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THE OREGON SENTINEL.
8BIT. H. 1801.
" Map or tub Htatk ok OnKiioN. Wo wcro
presented by Win. Hodman, Ksq., with n map
of Orcgoiii pablitlictl by S..L M'Cormick, of
Portland, nnd printed In Now York City. It
i a beautiful map, In fact, one of prettiest wo
,avo crcr seen, highly colored and largo, with
picture of all tho principal towns In tlio
Btttto embellishing Its border. It Is n map
that should bang In every business place In
town. To bo Khd at Ecekman's Express,
Price 83 00.
CAVAi.nv Company. Uov. Whltcnkcr lias
lsucd n proclamation calling for a Cavalry
Company of eight) eight men, to bo mustered
Into tlio scrvtcc of tbc United States for three
rcsrs. The call was rondo on requisition of
Cot. Geo. Wright, U.S. A., chief In command
cl tbc District of Oregon, on account of the
JLcontentcd spirit of tlio Indian tribes of
Kutcrn and Middle Oregon, and the danger
of hostilities l thoso quarters. Enlistments
will be made at the recruiting ofllec at the
(Josk SoLoiriuwOur lata townsman,
Mr. Ocorge Ercnchiwho, by the way, wrote
a beautiful poetic " Invocation," which np.
pcarcJ In the HK.smr.i. of August 3d, Is First
I.ientinant of n carnlry company recently
formed In Orovllle. We felt assured that he
would enlist when ho lo't this place for Call.
fornls, for we knew him to bo ono of those
wlid nould willingly, gladly give his life to
the canto of his country. May Fortune smile
Arrt.niATK tJi'AnK. This lode Is now
turning out quartz ol unparalleled richness.
Co Thursd.iy, about half a peck of specimens
cf golJ, slightly sprinkled with qu.irtz, wcru
brought to the store or Anderson v (IN nn.
Hidi quartr. from the Fowler lead Is expected,
si a matter ot course, and largo yield nre so
common tli.it we frequently neglect to make n
note of them. It Is the best paying lode on
Wittm'd Rcuoot.. Tho first term of the
writing school closed on Thursday evening,
the scholars appeared to be well pleased with
their teacher. There will be a meeting this
timing at the new School' House, recently
filled up by Mr. Humphreys, for the purpose
cf getting up another class. Mr. Ncvll Is well
pikcn of, both as n gentleman and a good
tesclur of penmanship.
CotinrcTiov. Jn an article published last
ncrlc tiradcd "what an ofllcer of Patterson's
command says," we said that the 1'ulcral force
lay within three miles of Johnson's commai d
which should have rend (rn miles, etc., and also
that Mr. Van I)kc was n Second Lieutenant
instead of First Ltcutinanl, ns staled.
l'ltcrr. This wnfc we rccvivnl our lime
of the good things of this world, In the way of
melons. apples and penches. Wm. Hunt, paid
hit respects to us ns usual. E. K. Anderson,
of Plieenlx precinct, treated us to a bucket of
nrnoioi'H .Skuvick. ltev. A. M. Williams
Ttitt'drlrrerw discourse thIs-mornlng",nt eleven
o'clock, at the Methodist Church, preparatory
to communion services, to bo held on tomor
row. Services tomorrow will enmmenco ut
eleven o'clock. A collection will be taken up.
IiiQKn HnKii. Messrs. Kreuzer Mattes,
oflbu City Urcn cry, struck us on our strong suit
by sending us a keg of excellent lager. Such
lagrr is certain to sell at the reduced rate of
52 SO per keg.
(it.KX Run NinsKiiY. IIy reference to our
tilrcrtlilng columns it will bu seen that the
valuable property, known ns the (licit Hun
Nursery, situated near Corvailli, llciilon
county, Is for rale.
Hoot ami Siioeuakeu. Jutin lJjkcr has
openei) a new boot aud shoe shop, next door to
toe hi Dorado saloon, on California street.
See aditrtlsement In today' paper.
Firk A fire broke out In tho blacksm'th
(hop belonging to John Donegal), at Quartz
ville, destroying the shop and two private
Tub Ortgoirittii says potatoes ore worth
more by tho bushel, In Oregon City, than np.
pies. Home farmer think of working up their
surplus fruit Into cider, and that, If not called
for, Into vinegar.
Tnr. Circuit Court of Marlon county, sen.
fenced, on conviction, ono Williams to the
Penitentiary for three yearn, for robbing a
store at Sublimity.
0 the 20lh, tho Camt Ladd brought to
rortlaud S:!3,000 per Tracy Co., nnd 825,.
000 in tbc bauds of passengers. So says thu
Bailed. AHergcn, ly-q., and Mr. James
Turner left San Francisco on II o stennur
Sonera, 21st Inst., for their homes In the l)t.
MfiuxTAix Trout. M. Rosenberg, of Aih
land.iias our thauks for a mess of mountain
Court. Tho couuty court commences next
Fast Day. Religious services were held In
tiw Methodist Church on Thursday last,
San Fhakcisco, September 23d.
P. II. Downey, brother of Gov. Downey,
ocd to day at ono o'clock p. u., at tho Me
The son of Rev. Dr. Scott answered to the
charge of misdemeanor in the Polleo Court to
day, and was dismissed.
flic officers of Calvary Church held n meet
ing this afternoon, and Dr. Scott cent in his
resignation, to take effect immediately.
Tha United States Marshal, today attached
fire thousand six hundred and flflv-eiglit
pounds of tobacco in the store of GreenHeath
Allen, alleged to bo forfeited under tbo
prodjjiiation of tho President.
Tub Phksi or Sue Fiuncisco.- -There are 42
mflVrent newtpapera and periodical publications
lnucd from lliU city, of which 13 are dally, 21
'", T monthly, and 1 annually. Of the
i j,1' ',,1U0 weeklies and 2 steamer editions
in addition to their regular itdues, making an
urei;to or 48 different papers. Publlthed In
lorelju Ungual, U. viz i i'reuch, o ; German
Jji bpnMi. 2 ; and Italian, 1 Of thowcoklle
' re d9volcj l0 Mgion, and I to aariculturo.
ur the monthlies, 3 re devoted to literature. 2
" M'tlcinc, ud one to religion. LansU't
'1 ho Masonic Ornnd Ixlgo of tho Slnlo of
Oregon mot on Monday tho lGlh of Sept.
Tlio onicers cleeled arc J. It. Uaylcy, of Cor
vallls, M. W. Grand Mnilcr? W. V. Fowler,
or Jacksonville, Deputy Grand Master t Sic
plied 1 Chad wick, of Rosebttrgli, Senior
Grand Warden John McCraken, of Fort'
land, Junior Grand Warden) A. M. licit, of
Salem, Grand Treasurer; W. S. Caldwell, of
Illllsboro, Grand Secretary i S. It. Conglc, of
(.'orvnllls, Grand Marshall ; Uov. I). Rutlcdgc,
uf Salem, Grand Chaplain i Rev.T. II. Fcarne,
of Portland, Grand Orator t L. Lynn, of In
dependence, Grand lecturer; J. V. Cooke,
oi I'oriiami. senior urnnil Ucocon ; Jnn. II.
Mcltrlde, of Layfuyelte, Junior Grand Dea
con 0. S. Savape. of Dalles, and I). 0. Un
derwood, of Unipqua county, Grand Slnwnrdi
A. McCully, ofriulriu, Grand Sword Hearer j
Jnmcs Smart, ol Siilem, Grand Tyler.
The Grand Hoyal Arch Chapter of tho
State of Oieuoti held Its Grand Annual Com
munication on tho l'lli of September, and
elcctcd-Jno. McCraken, M. E. (I. High
I'rlcsl; W. W. Fowler, Deputy Grand Ilhtli
Priest , A. McCalty, (Jrnnd King! J. My.
rick, Grand Scrlbo ; A.M. Hell, Grand Treas
urer i T. McF. Pulton, Grand Secretary) J.
H. Conglc, Grand Captain of tho Host; II.
F. Drown, Principal Sojourner; G. W. Greer,
It. A. Captain; .Ins. Smart, Grand Guard.
Uev. Mr. Iarnc, chairman of the Grand
Iodgc Committee on Fiuvlitn Correspondence,
climates the minibcr of subordinate lxlges In
the United States nnd Cutinila nt 5,300, nnd
the number of members at -.'lO.OOO. Tho re
ports of twenty-two Grand Iodin's gives tho
numper of -1,300 lodges, and 100,772 members.
Tub Grand Lodgo of A., F. nnd A. M., of
Washington Territory, met nt Olymphi re
cently, nnd elected the following officers for
tha riKiilnir Masonic loin Dnulel Hiielev.
M. W G. M.: A. D. Itobcrls. It. W. I). G.
M.; W H. Wood. It. W. S. G. W.j J.S. M.
Vnn Clnivc.lt. W.J. G. W.i Jnmw Diles,
It. Y. U. S.t T. M. Ileed. II. W. G. S.:
John Damon. It. W. G. L.j Ilev. II. 0. Lip
pincot. W. G. C; Uev. Charles Hllo. W.(S,
II. II.; F. A. Clienowclh, W. (J. M.; J. F,
Damon, W. G. 0.; Cyru Walker, S. G. I).;
I'. Drown. J. G. I).; L. Holms, S. II.; Joseph
Tii) lor, 8. II.; J. W. Johnson, and J. 1).
human. G. S.; M. E. Horlsock, G. T.
" uun .i rssin." I he name or ono woman
Is recorded, who, without making u fuss or
having It nnnnunccd In the nowsp ipers, is do
log her duly nt her husbnnd'ii side, nnd doc
not complain of weariness and fatigue, or llud
it necnxiiry to leave him to uo to furhtniiabh1
watering places, or keep posted In tho doing
ol mo lu'htniMiiic world. I his honored nann
Is that of Mrs. Fremont " Our Jessie" of
long ngo, the wife of u Prv-tldenlinl candidate,
the mimiinl or Die highest circles or Isinduu
nnd Paris, ns well ns in America, and now
the active and industrious secretary of her
husband, his confidintlnl udvlser, his Invnlua
bio reporter, who takes notes of Important
facts and statements durlusr the General's In
terviews Willi the nftlcrr of his command, at
tends to much ol his business correspondence,
nnd In every respect supplier the plnru of n
Ihouyhifiil indiislilous second self. Thai Is a
wife who Is worth carcoes of the pulHd nnd
pninlcd nnd linlixrnnl women who, got nil
ii fill the style of thu latest fashion plate, think
llicy form the most complete pattern for nn an
cieul mun' or n modern grace. It Is to he
linnti" JinkiiH" won't get his eager rye upon
Mrs. Pirmnui, hccaiuo tho beauty ol her
woik is llut it Is done in a quiet uuoslenln
lions manner, from her pure, womanly Instinct
of love nnd duly, nnd it would ileslrov its
simu charm to hnvo it hawked nnd plncurdul
like n now patent medicine. There is to
dnncir, however; tho perfumed, luicnl-lcntli
rri'il, nnd kid iilovnl Jenkins ihligliU In what
is brilliant, flashy nnd meatrlcious, mid would
not drmm of assisliti-.' even "Our Jessie" to
nveihnul her Imslnud'i musty paper, in hl
"(Ifngy Western offlcc. Kmttrn jHipcr.
Ovk or tiiii Cii.iim.ii.vs. A correspond
ent ot I he Pmliylttinn, who Is chaplain of u
New Ymk reginunt snys:
We went up tho Maryland side of tho IV
Innwe, crosseil at Willlnmipor, nml so. by
i ue way oi .inriinsiiiirgii, nunieer J I ill and
i.iiaiiesinnjinvi' come imck to where we were
on I lie lili of July 1 have fooled the who'c
of tlie way, liavo slept n great iart of tie
time without I'ven n tent over me, have gone
through nil tlio hurd work ofsucli u life, ami
have excellent health rwst of tlm time, as
much so as if I were nt home. I liko the
work much ; have n pleasant set of uun audi
nl.U.VM M1 ..u.l.iin.il l.nl.iia ..I.h.ia mils. I .. .1...
l'I.IV,P, .UI llHIMHI UVIII IHIU,V HIU3I III HIV
lUM in the iu.elligenco nnd moralllv of lis
mrmliers. bring one of the old and lormcrl)
famous rwlmenls of tho New Yotle Slaie
Militia. Wo hare religious servieo daily
nfter ilrrsi parade, In wliih tho whole rei
ment Join, and n prayer meeting eiery even
ing in my tent, and on Sunday a regular rrgl
mental tcrvico for preaching at ten o'clock a
m. I have sever atlcrdcd null mretiii'.'s in
my life, and whllo I have felt, especially nt
the prayir meetings, reproved for mv cnldnes
by the fervor of others, have yet felt that it
wus'-good to bu there."
Ciunr k ihckto Oi.n Vihoivu. Tho Old
Dominion pai-Mil nn Act lat khIoii of the
hegMatiire, to disown her chicks who sought
place under Lincoln, nnd no doubt knew verv
well that thomi who would he frluhtcnedlivrucli
del wire not employed by Old Abe. Tho act
rencu an louows ;
I Ik il vnliintl. Th it anv citizen of Vir
ginia liohlniK ofllco under tho Government of
tho Inllid hliiten after tho 31st of July, 1801
shall Iw forever Uimtlitd from tho Stale, ami d
eland nn aUm tutm;. and hall be so comldered
In all tho courts or Virginia.
2 Any citizen of Virginia whomav here
after undertako to rnrotent the Stato of Vir
ginia In the Congres of tlio United Slates, In
addition to tho p unities of tho preceding sec
tions, shall bo ik-cmed gudbj of truon. und hit
proporty shall, iikm Inlornmllon by tho Attor
ney General, In nny court of this common
wealth, be confixateJ to tho use of tho Slate.
To tlio cridlt nnd honor of tho loyal States,
lo It remembered, wo such law Is necessiry to
euforco tbo patrlotlo spirit of their people.
CaNHscuKi--Mrf. Gwln Is, or lately was. tho
owner of considerable property In till Stale.
She Is now under arrest on a charge of tioanon.
Ily virtue of u rcccntuct of Congress, should
thobofouiil guilty, her property will bo con
llrtc.ited to tho nation. Let tlio conization act
bo rigidly cnforciil. Some thero are, who hold
nn their hands in holy horror at tha very
Idea of Government cxeicttng such audacious
powers ns to arrest and deal with treason In
" hoops'" Wo can can seo no difference be
lli cen treason In "boons." and treason In
" pantaloons." If n woman takes it upon her
self to give aid und comfort to tho enemies of
luo country, tlio Is just ui liable, responsible
aud culpable, as n man would bo under thu
Kama ciieunittanccs, and liable to tho same pun
Ulimcnt. This cry of holy horror, raised by
secession sympathisers, of " war upon women,"
Akotiikii Skckssio.nist Moniien. A third
disloyal editor in New England has been made
to feel the power of the Union feeling which
ho has insullcd, Ambrose L. Kimball, of tho
Haverhill (Mass.) JJanntr, ono of the most un
relenting nnd cowardly of tho uut!. Union press,
was walled upon by a crowd, served with u
coat of tar und feathers, rodo on a rail, made
to cheer for the flag, aud to promise that he
would writo uo more anti-war or Secession
From tho Mnrysvillo Appeal we learn (bat
the Postmaster at that nboo received tbo fol
lowing telegram t
rtuicKiiviLi.K.brpieinoer zj towo a. u.
Yesterday, 4 lock and 20 canvass bags ; and
to-day, 19 lock nnd 10 canvas hairs urilved
here. 'I be mail is all right In Mlfsuuil,
Circuit Judgo P. P. Prim
County Judge J. C. Tolmon
County Clerk Wm. IIotTumn
Prosecuting Attorney Hufus Mollory
Sheriff W. II. S. Hydo
Deputy Sheriff J. M. Sutton
Treasurer , David Linn
Assessor Wm. Knhler
Public Administrator 0. 1). lloxle
County Surveyor Sewnll Trunx
Coroner Samuel E. Muy
Commissioner? D. N. Rlrdseyv, F. Hcber
superintendent (Join. Schools.. ,S. Jlumphrey
J'emrs of Courts Circuit Court, first Mon
day in Fibrnnry, Juno and October.
County Court, First Monday of each mnnth.
Probate Court, first Monday of each month.
Justice of the Pence U. S. Hnyden
Conslnblo M. W. Davis
Itoad Supervisor U. 0. lieekmnn
TOW.V W JArKSONVILI.K.
Trustees Win. Hoffinnn, A. J. Uronner
J. S. Love, Jos. S. Uurpce, II. T. Davis
Recorder U. S. Ilaydcn
Treasurer lames T. (Jlonn
Marshal (1. M. Dauks
Street Commissioner 1. D. Haines
I. 0. 0. F.
Jacksosvim.i: Loimik No. 10, holds Its regu
lar meeting ovcry SATUIWAY KVKXIXO,
nt their Hall (Mc'Cully's Theater building).
Itrothcrs In good ttnnding nro cordially In
vited to attend.
R. F. MAURY. N. 0.
E. P. Ut-mjiM;. H. .Scc'y. 3ii;(im
WARREN LODGE No. 10. A. F. & A. HI.
A HOLD their regular communications
"tf thu Wednesday Lvcnlitgs on or preceding
Who full moon, In
g. w. gri:i:r, w. m.
II. lli.ooM, Stt'y.
rHOENIX LODGE No723 A7i;. & Xm.
Hold their regular communication the A
Sumner LvKMMison or preceding IhtKsr
full moon, In l'liujiiljt, Oregon. r
S. M. WAIT, W. M.
H. Rr.ourit, Scc'y. jnn2(l:2
OltnuON CIIAPTHK NO.-i
IIOYA! AHCIE MASONS,
jac'csox villi:, on kg ox,
Will hold Its regular communications on the
Flrl Nnlltnlii)' r.rnlnf orl'.vrl)- ?liilllli.
All sojourning Companlous In Rood standing
nre cordially Invited to iilteud.
W. W. FOWLER, II. I'.
.Lis.T. Gi.nx.v, Scc'y. dee8rl7
Dr. G. W. Brown's .Medlenl Hitabll.hmeut,
for the permanent cuto of nil private and chronic
diseases and the suppression of ipiaokery. The
Doctor wants nil those who nru euflerliig with
d'seaM of n prlvntu nature to guaidagulnut
Impudent ipmoks. Tho Doctor wants no person
but thoso who can npprcclnto llu skill or n
sclentlllo physician In patronise him ; that such
Is Doctor (!. W. llroiin, his pracltoo abundantly
proves. If ho does not effect u cure, ho nks no
Opening- Bisplay !
OJVT SUBSDAY, 2th inst.,
WK ARK NOW OPKNING
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
BOOTS AN SHOES
Ever brought to this market.
EQf All nro Invited to favor ui with -a
CSSf a call. Wo will show our
Sy Goods with pleasure
8T und sell them at
Unprecedented low Trices.
Jacksonville, Sept. 21, 1861.
QQ Hod r,H3- PLOUIt at 3 per ro
OO.UUU tho mill. Fur nurtlculun.
qulro of 28 JJ, F. DOW'KLL, Ageut.
JUSTICES ULANK3 for sale at
BY P. I-ILYNOII.
Opposite the United Stales Hotel, next door to
Jieekman's Express OJjUe,
Corner uf L'Hliruriitn Unit Tlilril BtrrU.
I WOULD respectfully Inform my old friends
nnd tlio public generally that I have just
returned irom Btin irancisco Willi ono or (ho
Vest Scloctcil Stocks of liotle
FOREIGN fc DOMESTIC
Fine Wines, Cordinls, Syrups,
That has over been ntTered for solo lu this part
of tho country, which I will sell,
Or In nny desired quantity, at n moderate ad
vance on cost.
Thankful Tor the palronngo I have received
for the past year, I hopo It will continue, as I
will spare no natns In walling upon my custom
ers. I will fill orders from tho town or country,
so send them along and keep cool.
Will positively lo supplied with none but tho
errjtiipmllliesuf Liquors aud tho mail choict
brands of Segars.
Remember tho EXPRESS SALOON.
1'. II. LYNOH, Prop'r.
Jacksonville, Sept. 1-1. :i5lf
THIS WAY EVERYBODY ! !
M. W. DAVIS.
City Auction o or.
FEACE DECLAIMED !
AND NO ONE HUNG MI
AND I will oiler nny property, or any other
man, nt public unction, lor mom money
than nny nlher man, nt ull times, und wa will
not charge nny more than the property brings,
If wo do, you can borrow some. Glic us u
chance. M. W. DAVIS.
Sept. 17, 18it. nOilf.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
fpiIH copartnership heretofore existing, he-
x iwern uko. v., umas, nnd Jhaao 'I noitf
sos, under the style of ' Logan Thompson,"
so far ns tho same relate to tho mercantile
branch of their business, has been this day
dissolved liv mutual consent, nnd the sold Isaac
Thompson U nlnim nulhorizcd to settle tlio nf
falrM of said (lule) firm, and collect the mil
standing demands In said branch of bulsncss.
GKO.E. 1.0(1 AN.
WuMo, Sept. 11th. 1801. ;i0:3l.
STATE OF ORKGON,l qq
('oi'.ntv or I Int'iii. en f
r"PO Sami'ki. Goiiiiok i Voii nro hereby noli
X fleil Hint n writ of attachment has been
Issued nifiilii't you. nnd your property attached
lo satisfy the demand ol I'M .Morgan, nmiiuut
ing lo tho sum of eighty four dollars und fifty
cents. Now, unless you nppear before James
L. While, ii Justice of the Peace In. nnd for
sihl county, nt his office, on tho ninth day o'
November 1B01, Judgement will bo rendered
niraliist you, nnd your prniicrly sold to pay the
iooi. imicii tins i-iin nay in hcpicmbcr lent
3l!:Bt. ELI. MORGAN, Plaintiff.
JIATTItlCBMKN, llKDDI.VH, TKTTS, AM)
ON hund and made to order nt short notice.
House lining nod Pner bunging done in
a manner to In, nru satisfaction.
Payments must be made In cash or trade.
I do my work ut the lowest living rutiw, und
can positively give no cridlt.
A. C. AhllERTS,
Qitforina Slrnt,aU)e Ort-ion.
Jacksonville. Sept, 'Jl, 1K01. .'ICiii.
"(;y I have this day sold our stock ofmcrchnn-
disc to )lesni Mii.ram &. Owk.v. who will
continue the li.i'lno at the old stand. Thank
ing the community for their iMlrouuxc, o con
fidently recommcud Me-Mrs. .Mii.i.kii ,t Owr.s to
Ihelrlavor. MAUIIV i DAVIS.
Jacksoiivlllc, July 2, lB30.-'tr.
rpilL undersigned hnie this day entered Into
.1. a Co-partnership for tho transaction of n
General .Merchandise Ilutlnes. under tho stvlu
and linn of.Mii.i.it .t Owk.v, anil have taken the
store lately occupied by .Messrs. Maviiv Davis.
They nro now receiving ft full slock of goods, of
ovcry nsMirlmcnt. The patronage of the public
Is respectfully solicited.
A. II. MILLER,
y Wm. A. OWEN.
Jacksonville. July 2, 18C0.-23tf.
IS hereby given to nil persons ImUbted to Drs.
TIIOJIPSON i (JltKKIl, either by note or
look occount. Income furnnrd unit pay up tu
J'lllNS. DIIUM (agent Tor Dr. L. k Thomp
mix), or to tho iiuderslKni-d, at the Jacksonville
Drug Store, California street, Jacksonville,
I'rlemls, wo hnvo watted on you long ami pa
tiently, but row money xet null hint, or we will
lu.m..,utll.ul fllm....l. Hili..lni.lli.tn ..,.
wu..i,.v..v.. mi.iimM iviuvit.uiijry iu ,iui;u jruiir
nolo nml accounts In the hands of tho proper
oltlccrs fur collection.
Juno 20th, 1801. 2l;tf
IRON AND STEEL.
iUS. of Assorted Iron
mill Stool, esneclallvsulcct.
edfor for this market, lor sulu by
Jacksonville, May 18, 'ill. 18
Oregon War Scrip.
I IIAVL'inado arrangements with a responsible
Dnnklng llouso lo attend to tbo collection of
nr fccrip in ntiiiimton City. Having occu.
pled Jho position of Chief Clerk In one of the
Departments during tbo war, scrip-holders will
dud mo prepared tu give all necessary informa
tion relative to their claims.
I will also give my nttcnttou to posting and
arranging books and accounts.
p3- Oillco in the Sodmrt building.
SAMUEL E. MAY.
Jacksonville, Juno 29, 18G1. 2etf
UNITED STATES HOTEL
Ou Wednesday Eve'g, Oct. 2d.
T OUIS IIORNE, Proprietor of the above
j uoiei, win given UK'AMJ LUrlL
LION PARTY nt lili house on thoJ!.
evening of vcilntuy, Oet, ''d.
. .. i. t '. - " 1
aii are in.7 ten to aiteau. no uvi-
(atlon tickets will be Isswl.
W l Jckets, fix Uoilajis, 86:3
. 5. MonaAN.
MORGAN & CO.,
Bulled to Hie IVulitu of Ihc Lecnlll)-.
TO THE PUI1LIO
WE OFFER INDUCEMENTS
DF'OIT 0VSl. !
Jacksonville, Angus 24, 'CI. 32:3m
WL shall bo In receipt of nn assortment of
Leather and Shoo Findings in n-few
days, comprising In part, viz t
Santn Crnz Sole Lenther
Hemlock Sole Lruthcr,
l.cmo!ne -Calf Skins,
Colon-d Lining Sltliit,
Slioo Thread, IasIs,
And other articles included In this department,
to which wo Invite tho attention of Shoemakers
WADE, MORGAN & CO.
Jacksonville, Aug 21. 18G1. 32:.1m
We have Just received a consignment of
FRhNUII LITHOGRAPHS, Etc.
For Sale Cheap.
AIOIIGAX & CO.
Aug. 2t, isai.
STAT lON ERYM
Pocket Mcmorandn, Account Books,
Lcgnl and Letter Paper,
ASSORTMENT USUALLY FOUND
in thin ii:i'autmi:nt, o.viiaxd
Ami For Hnle
WADE, MORGAN ACo.
Sept. 18lh. 1601. 30:1m.
BACON ! BAOON ! !
TIT"!, Imve Just received h splendid lot of
T T bright, nice, Unipqua baci n. Two tons
nf Bhnutllen for rule In loin to suit, ut I'.'UcU
per pound. WADE, .MORGAN AC'ii.
Hept. -lis 1HUI. JGiltn.
II. A. BKENXAJVO,
Is now receiving n regular weekly supply of
iipplos, Pears and Foachns,
And nil others In reason, In nddltton to his large
nod varied stock of
Candies and Nuts,
Which n 111 bo told on liberal term, to suit the
times. Ho nlu after lo tho public his well
known asiortment of the
FINEST URANUS OF
CIGARS AND TOBACQO
Pipes, Porfumory, Toys,
And many oilier
Jacksonville, August 'M, 1801. ;tf
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS i
In llulnc. Ilro.. llrlok lliillillng,
can lo found tho choicest and most complete
collection evir ottered In Jacksonville, of
XSo,xitirtxlXy 33od AND
tratocl GriXt BooltH,
ioi.a, vs. 3?o
-,e i. a o -
CHILDREN'S TOYS, JEWELRY
FANOY ARTIOLE8, SHELL
CABINETS, nml BOXE8,
All tho Latr.e KiiglUU mid Auurlcnii Pic
torlnli, Mogailiic m.il ,cviuiki.
cuiKlautly on linnil.iit (lie
18tf VARliri'V STORE.
DR. G. W. BROWN
TX7"OULD respectfully call tho attcutlon of
t T ine puouo to ins uew aud extensive
All of tbo most popular Patent Medicines of
liie day, a una lot of Toilet Chemicals, Perfu
inery, JJoIr Dyes. Oils. Soaps, eto,
Jacksonville, June 29, 1801. 24tf.
ALL persons indebted to mo pro requested to
make Immediate paymeqt. Those holding
demands against me will iirvsont them.
J.on'!Jl Auj.Jl, (661. jw..,
J. R. W.ADK,
2,000 Volunteers Wanted!
To assemble Immediately nt the Headquarters
Each with n Cah Capital or from One to Fifty
Dollars, or ns much more as they can
spare, to whom
Will be given, as I Intond to sell nil my present
Summer Dry Goods
91? OOST !
In order to mnkc room for n much larger nnd
better assorted stock for the approaching
Fall and "Winter Trade
I will also add that I have now-ou hand nnd
am constantly receiving
Tho Vary Host Groceries
FOR FAMILY USE
That can bo procured lu San Francisco,
And nm selling nt prices to ttyy comjitiiion,
LADIES nnd GENTLEMEN nre kindly
solicited lu cnll nnd examine my slock before
REMEMDER MY OLD STAND
At the Corner Store, in McCul-
ly'ss Two-Story Jlrlck.
Iimt.MAN II LOOM.
Jacksonville, Aug. 31. 32 If.
I. n. iiainks n. II. 1U1.SF.S
(pore pi5y eir-rpa,)
Corner Callfomlii &; Oregon S(h
TO THE PUBLIC.
reduced our prices to suit the
For rale, a large aud varied as-
At very low rates, ron cash.
For sale, 100 cases and cartoons of
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters,
for Ladles. Gcnt.'s and Children.
I' nr Mito. nn cxleiisivo stock of lien's. Ilovs'
.....i rM.ti.i..-.. it..
Ullll WIMIUIVII n IIAIfl.
For sale, a full stock of Giioci:uiim.
For sale, n large niuiartmciit of let brands of
LIQUORS, WINES, CORDIALS, HIT
TERS AND SVRUI'S,
For rale, Tobacco, Cigars. Matches, Flour,
Duller, Dggs, nnd Cointuv Pitomci: generally
CALL AND EXAMTNK.
FUNK'S VARIETY STORE!
West Side of I'allfurnia St., JucKsomillc,
TyiintL can bo found the best or
PIPES, OF ALL KINDS,
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Ciicoitrngo Domestic Eutcrjulbc J
TIIH uudeilened has commenced the manu
facture of llio 1IUST QUALITY CIO AI1S
at his shop In tho roar of his store on California
gtriMft. unit ulll fill ni-ilt-rA In ntiv i.vli.nt. f,r
ihls market. Holms received liuolcesnf the
very finest Iliiviiiue Tobucco. from which
his Cigars are made.
Como and try tho Home Manufactured Cigars.
They nru thu best iu tho market.
Jacksonville, May 11th, I8G1. 17:tf
LIVERY AXD SALE STABLES.
Coiner ut California unit I'uurlli Uleccts.
BY CL.UCAGJ: & DItUM.
TIIISnSTAllLLS nre cen
trally located, nnd convenient
to tho Union Hotel. Unites
and mul.'a will hi kept by the day orueek,ou
The proprietors have a uumber of lino
BUGGIES & CARRIAGES,
For ono or tno horses, to let on modaruto terms.
Good Saddlo lorsos 6L ZtiCuIos
which they 111 let to go to any part of the coun
try, on reuiouable terms.
Animals -ought and Sold,
and horses broke to the saddlo or harness.
Tho proprietors pledge themselves to glvo sat
isfaction to all who may favor them with a call.
jacKsonviiio, Ugn. Aug. 31. Ibtr
3For Q tlG .
THE proprietors, wlthlng to close business,
otHr for mIo their
PORTABLE 8TEAM MILL PROPERTY
Said mill is of flftcen-borso power, warranted
of capacity to cut six thousand feet of lumber
in luetic nours. i.ocaieu io nnu, onc-iourili
miles from JnckMnvlllu, on tho Sterling road,
vviin a nue growiu or rir ami nno Timber se
cured, sumcicnt to Keep mo mill running three
For Information, Inquire of Messrs, Anderson
& Glenn, Jacksonville, or 1). V, Hazeltlue, ut
Assorted Reasoned lumber:
150,0q0 feet for sale.
HESS & STONE, Agents.
Jacksonville. Juno Sth, 1881. 21
31evxxls. Z3oo1xlm 1
F you want Blank Hooks, call at tho Jackson
vfllc Book and Vurietr itorc. cor jer Callfor-
,uis aad Oregon streets
LOVE & BILGEIt,
California Street, Jncksontillr,
DEALERS AND WORKERS IN
TIM. SHEET IRON. COPPER.
LEAD AND BRASS,
HAVE just received from the Atlantic shl
anil Snn Francitco, a complete stock of
everything In their line, nnd will keep constant
ly on hand nn assortment or the best
Tin, Sheet Iron Copper W'nre,
Brus Pipes, llydraullo Nozites, Forco
l'ump, Chains, lad Pipe, Hose,
And Wails, all Sizos j ;.
Uut, Plate nnd n'sortcd Iron i
Paints. Oil, Sizes nnd Glnss :
All qualities of Powder ;
Shot of nil number :
llrushcs of every variety, etc., etc.
Also, always on hand, a large lot of stoves uf
RUCK'S PATENT COOKING STOVE,
THE NEW WORLD STOVE,
The tiro very best and approved patterns In the
Parlor, Ofllco and Cabin Stoves, fancy nnd
plain, constructed nn latest fuel snilng plans.
Hollers. Kctlbs, Pots, Pnn, nnd everything
connected with those stoves warranted duralbi
All nrtlclc sold by them or manufactured,
WARRANTED. Their nork Is made of tho
best material nnd of choicest pattern. '
Ordcrs attended to Willi quickest dtv
patch, nnd lilted according to directions.
In everything, their stock Is the Unrest nnd
completes! ever brought to Jacksonville, and
they nre determined to sell
OIX3 3?OIl OASIX.
Call nnd examine their stock before purehav
lngeloihcre. June 23. 1SMI..J.I.
California St., Jacksonville.
DR. A. B. OVERBECK,
HAVING Just rclurned from Snn Frnueteeo,
would respectfully cnll the attention ol lLo
publlo tn his new and extensive stock of
PURE DRUGS k CHEMICALS!
An assortment of crude, pulver
ized, oleaginous and tinctured
. XT C3r 3
All tho most popular
of the day.
A choice lot of TOILET
CIIHMICALS, l'ERI'UM ERICS, HAIR
SOAPS, POWDERS, CREAMS,
kc, kc, io.
Ilrlcfly, tho mot desirable stock of the kind
ever brought to Jacksonville.
l'ni'tlcular attention pnlil to
coiiipoiniiliiig all Ordered Pre
hcriiitionfi. All orders from the couulrv nddrevKd tn
Du. A. U. OVl'RIILCK".
18 City Drug Store, Jadmn tillt, Onyim .
iVJSf W STOCK!
TTAS recently received a largo and dlveril-
J.X lieu nsoriuieiii in
Sl'RINO AND WI'IOIIT
PEARL. EMERALD, nnd CAMEO SETS,
Together with a splendid lot of other
Eur-Rlnjs, Finger Rings,
Iekels, lluoklcs. ijlasps,
Drucelets, Sleeve Uuttous,
All of which will be sold at i.ow rv.icm und
J. NEUI1ER still cnnllnucs REPAIR
WATCHES. JEWELRY and CLOCKS,
as heretofore in the best manner und with din
patch. All uillclcn iu his line munumclured
promptly und willi noutnots. Cull and sec tils
stock nt the old stand, corner of Third nnd
California streets, Jacksonville. lltf.
Reduction iu Fricos!
BEST WORK DONE AT
r'MIK undersigned announces In present pi-
1 Irons and tlio publlo that he has re- jL
duccd the price for nil kinds of uoik lus&jty
his line, to confurm to tho times. V
lain tho building formerly occu pin! Iv Wm,
Iiurke, on Qilforiiui Strut, direuly JXiti i tft.y-
yaijt if lruin'e iilaUtt.
Mery species oi worK uonc m luc best manner
and with quick dispatch.
Plough Irons made ami repaired.
WiCOX, MRRUCE AD Sr.lCC WCKK
Executed In tbo neatest and ttrongcet manner.
Itliuiug Tools, J'lcks, Dure, tc,
made to order, of tho very best materials. In
tho most appiovcd styles, a
Particular attention gti en to sn"i
for nhlch tbo price Is reduced to '.l aud $ 1
tiik Hinr. 1'ura mado and lltUd exscil) iu
Ills stock of Iron and Steel Is or dot quality,
and all nork dooe.nt.bls shop waiiiuxtkii.
JacksonvillofMnrch 'J, IbGl. mb9:Ktf
Vl . !.'
RESPECTFULLY Informs the clllzont of
Jacksonville that ho has opeued a
With prices reduced to suit the Units, ou ll(j
Pipacly OaU filysstom.
''Board per week .,.8 T.OO
felnlo Meals 6U
JacLsoav,lr June U, 'ol ;o3