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THE OBEGON SENTINEL,
JU1A" 4. 1802.
Tub Patiifisdkrs. Wchnvc, at last, some-'
thtng reliable from our pathfinders. Twenty-'
fire letters were brought to thts place, on
Wednesday last, from different persons In the
company. The messenger was n Klamath
Lake Indian. He left the company on one of,
the banks of the Dos Chutes rirer. Ila re- J
fused to go with them further for fear of the
The Intest date only reaches to the Cth or
June. The Indian must hare traveled very
.slow or the " Road" must have been fright
'Jully bad. There were something over one
hundred men In the company and over three
hundred animals. The party, no doubt, In
tend the parsngc of the mountains In the
Crooked Ilivcr Pass. The people of this val
ley have bad fear In regard to the safety ol
the comnanv. u nas noi uccn rvmovci uy
" ' ",., if t it
the report of the tncuccgcr. "W e nrc of the
opinion inni incir icnrs arc noi wen iouuucu, 1
Tub AVeatheh. The weather for some
considerable time past has been delightsome.
Not so warm ns Is usual at this season of the
w, but charmingly cool nnd bracing. The
rice vendors will II ml but little talc for their
iluid rcfrigorator, unless old Sol warms up
this western world a little more. Hut wc can
well afford to forgo the pleasure of ice decoc
tions If the mercury will only keep below
July .Id. Cold, rainy, disagreeable and
foggv. From the number thnt wc sec emigre-
.,i., I nmiiiiil niir frlnii l.vnchV itn mine In nro in a similar sink ill the mountnius to those
1. i...i..n iimf ii.mM ni!.fn..mntlM are lii Florence City. The gold Is said to be very l'c
. . , , I , .,", t. ...t.i coarse and the diggings far richer than nl Sal- i.
In demand. An ounce of preventative Is said ., (Vluhton thinks that over 4 nntl 1 l
to be worth n pound of cure. Don t believe pcfi .Salmon for the new diggings In less
It i but, how many drams make an ounce? 'ifcOfurly-tlght hours after the facts btcumc
We can lufcly say thnt friend Lynch knows ' 'Vl'y known.'
how to compound the best of Fourth of July Tif ' ,. """ ... . ,
,.,,,; 1 rftsTr;n jnmsu. Gov. Pierpont has
" cocklai jujj jUrring uj,fwg t0 ibe jwople or Vir
ginia, in which he sivs :
W.tn Uosds. Nearly every stage or ex- After oVc year's rebellion, all the mnterial
. - 1 . -r l.- l....l i -..1.1. ..t .i.c...... 1. - 1 ...H. .I....u
prrH uriugn a Mrge auiuum ui innu iiuuua iu
the citizens of this valley. littler later tlun
never. Uncle Sam's promises arc good.
We tec thnt the bonds are worth their face In
the city of New York. They arc selling for
nliKty cents per dollar here. It U rather n
flattering compliment to the credit of the,
(lovcrnment that, when it Is spending millions '
diily In the suppression of the rebellion, her
promise to pay arc worth tliclr face. Who ,
yi the Government is about bankrupt.
Cxue Mcetinq. Tbk meeting, held under 1
the auspices of the M. E. Church, after an in
teresting sewlon of six days, adjourned on
Tuesday last. Wc have been informed that
quite a number joined the church. Wc arc
sorry to say that some of the " baser sort
of fellows" createtl lorao disturbance on the
ground on Sunday night. Ixt them feel the
effect of the law in such cases made aud pro
vided. Tiik Lost is Focsd Wc learn from a re
liable source that Joseph Dies, whom our
readers will remember was supposed to be lost
io the Dead Indian country, last jummcr, was
seen in San Francisco, about ten days after
lu mysterious disappearance. He toM n friend
that he was going to Mexico. A Iarg num
ber of iiis friends hunted for Iilra over two
Tretks, with untiring energy, And wc had the
lionor of writing Lis funeral oration. -Vk
(remit gloria muiuli.
STBAwnr.nmw. Wo nrc under cvcrlastiug
obligations to Mr. Elder, of Joscpliino county,
for a large box of the moat delicious straw
berries. In size and flavor we doubt whether
they could Iw beat. It is nwlfesi to say that
we " glu out" thU time before tlic strawber
ries did. Mr. Elder, we are Informed, raiacs
this delicious fruit In large quantities.
Tklmrafiiic. We give our readers a large
amount of telegraphic news this wcik, without
cote or comment, as the Christians give the
Ilible to tbc world being assured that it will
be about as solacing to the Dixicite as that
leaven-inspired volume b to llie abandoned
Saik or Pontic Land. It will 1ms noticed
tn our telegraphic dispatches, that the Presi
den', has authorized the salu of -100.000 acres
of public land In Oregon. Wonder If the
surveyed land lu the Klamath Lake Valley is
IIsuLTii. There Is no sickness tn this val
ley now, nor has there been for the last three
months. The doctors all secern to be starving,
lave ono judging from appearances, we
should say he was doing well.
Ilisnor Simmon. This reverend and hon
ored dignitary of the M. K. Church arrived at
Han Francisco ou the 2Gth ult. It Is under
stood that he will pass through this place, on
his way to the Oregon Conference.
IlnssTJiNO. Ilrentnno has any quantity of
Fire Works for eale everything from fire
crackers up to columblads.
Hixioiqcs. llcv Mr. Slratton will preach
at tbc M. K. Church, nt the usual Lour oo
Ixstamjitio.v. The officers elect, of Jack
sonville Lodge, No. 10, J. 0. 0. F. will
be Installed on Saturday evening, July 5th.
No change In the market since last week's
Oneaox Cuv, June 27, 18G2.
Ed. Sentinel Company "A," left Camp
Clackamas for the Dalles yesterday morning ; i
" D," left this morning, and " V" will leave i
to-morrow morning. The boat can only take
one company at a time. When we get to the
Dalles, I may learn when wo will start for
Walla Wnlla nrobably very soon. Com
rhy0"will return to Camp Raker or to'tcarlU of July, (this day,) to remain "!
the Kbmath Lste country. C- Is Canto . Jj res jf t.,c d y ,
Kelly's and part of Captain Cowies II mi.lR09 , H. Rw)om, I
The health and
spirits of the boys areU. Fisiikh. Uko.,
VonryTEEB. ' Hitsta k Duo.,
News from tJnst or lie Mouii-1
Tiic following h from tbc ilounfainrir .'
Jims Iliv 3tvraA Mlnr frnni TT ill
Co.. dated Oruftd Rondo Indinr?. Jane 21st.
lins tlic following : " Wc have some customers
here from the John Day Mines, They number
seven, nntl Imve with them twenty mules, nil of
which they will pack back, except enough to
ride. They repw t very mvorobly. They nro
oil Wnshocltcs, nnj Intend remaining there nil
summer, 'J'hey nro making from 310 loS'JO
per day to the hand."
Coi.vii.i.kMinm. Oultc n number ol ccr-
sons hail returned from Salmon river, nnd hud
f mmnmuxA mhlntf ou ,1C Columbia nnd the
I Pen i 'Ore e. 'J- in m lies were nav lua we .
mm n large nmount ot trenjuse will Uc taken
out this season. There had been n great influx
of Chinamen from Hrltlsh Columbia.
PownKn HtVF.u Minks. A correspondent
of the Mniiiiliimetr. wrltini? Jiinn Ifiih. nv. !
f!lnlm line nlmlll n fiil'mra nml ntlrunillier
In the mines there arc nbout BOO men : Griffin's
Gulch, IS men, SG to 5" : Elk Creek, "fi men,
not yet open ; Wilson's Gulch nnd Illch Plat,
30 men, 80 to Stfi. nnd claims opening ; Wll-
hud Creek, .10 men, opening nnd prospects
goodi rreewout Gulch, 100 men many tojunmble.i
- - , - - ,,; (,
openyet, some openedSo to 8G; Illue Can -
ym) ft nictli gf, ', g;,,, nm upwnnjt nmi nol
nn open yei. rinenu utilcti, 10 men, si to
Srt: Gold Flat. .Ti men. Sin to S2i with
rockers ; Deer Creek, !25 men, good prospects
opening s Hear Creek, or South Fork of l'ow -
der river, lflo men good prospects opening j
Union Flat, -10 men, S3 to SlU ; Sundy Flat
and gulches, -100 men, 85 nnd upwards."
A town has been laid out on Frcozeoiit
Gulch, called Auburn, and Mr- Kirkpatrick
1 Nr.w Misim Discovrnnn The Timet ha
the following: "Mr. John Creighlon arrived
lust evening from Florence City. lie brings
the news of new nnd rich diggings having been
struck fifty miles from that tilaec. Three
other men enme down with Mr. Creighlon,
corroborating this statement. The new mines
ni-umi ui iiiv a.uic 19 luinuiitiiiti'Atvjii bhi.i-3.
Now, ns the rebtl army Is being driven out, it
is burning nnd destroying everything in its re
treat. 'Hie planters have linil llieir meeting
to burn their crops ; they will tnke tlielr slaves
South with the ribel army, nnd till perish with
famine together; or they will leave them be-'
hind, without control, without food, suddenly
released from bondage nnd restraint, starving
for the necTMarieii of live. leaders will rise
up among tlwm ; all their snvage nature will
be arouHil ; plunder, murder, and every crime
will murK tiMir )kiiii ; nml 11 is not inmroim
ble that a wrt of tlic Union forces will Imve
to turn llieir arms on the slaves thus nlwn
doited, to protect liclplfM Innocence. A jiut
God only knows the retribution he has In store
for tliMrv who plunged our State aud country
into this terrible calamity.
Mom: Iliu.uitK Matciim. A four-ball
cirom pume, fill!) points up, was played yester-
djy afternoon by 1'helan uud JumUon. The
former ran nut when Ins adversary had made
butlTJ. The latter It k said was unwell.,
In the evening l'hehin and Dan Lynch pluved
the some irame, nnd the frrmsr won by 1-IU
points. I-'olIon lug- are the counts on this lust 1
L'anie : I
'Af.'rtr.-10. 0. S. 22. fi. 20. fir.. 0, fi. fi, 0. ,
no, it. 1.1. :io, in. -t. 2. :w. t, i;, 2, 0, no, 28,
8, 10, fl. 7. 25, 12. Total. fillO.
Lipxth 7,4, fi. 0. 10. 12. 1-t. 0, 0, fi3, 1. 2, 7.
l!i. It. 20. 1C, 11, 5. 2. fi, 8. 12. 2. CI. 12, 3,
3, 3, 1C, 2. Tula!, 351. Ilttald t( Mirror.
How to Km n tub Waii. The New Voik
HiTold't Vorktown correspondent relates the
A good joke occurred about Conj;rrsmen
this afternoon. A Michigan Colonel was in
command of the guard. Citizens were iiroldii.
ited admittance. Several came up ami oskrd
tbc corporal to pu them, saying that they
V V"'(jlH )MHI (WW tWM'VIHI HIMtVtl
case in Hie colonel
nieynrc Congressmen, are thry?" nskcil
" So they say."
' Well, let tliem pass and go where they
please," said the Colonel. Let them tramp
on torpedoes, go (uto tlw magazines and
wliere there U any prospect of their being
blown to the devil, for that Is the quickest
way to end the war."
l'rwv. Ilr.iKT, the distinguished tavan, and
head of the Smithsonian Institute. Washington, I
testified that he knows but one among the
rcioitifi-: men of the United States who is an
infidel. This fact speaks volumes, nnd show
conclusively that tire lights of science have
any other tendency than to nuke men skepti
cal or unbelievers. It is usually your pre-;
tenders to scientific kuowledge, or men wholely
destitule of scientific attainments, who disbe- (
lievc or effect to do so. As a general remark,
wc think that it will be found that a vast '
majority of them belong to the latter class,
being wholly Ignorant, or, what is still worse,
Every Housekeeper experiences how dif
ficult It Is to make good bread, aud wo there
fore take pleasure In calling ullentlon tn the
fact that, to Insare uniformly 1-iM. imtt and nu-
hriliom hraui. It is only neceswary to uw Rating
ton n un j vut i-oviitn. wincn, in avery rejci,
excel all simitar prvarollons "ever offered to'
the public. Sue the advertisement In another
HL'ei.. mciuic jegidiaiiiro ui .auiuniiu
, , , , , . . i
passed nn net requiring every person desiring.
r. ,i.i - , .- r -- .. . r-l!l- ?..
io euier into inc mairimntiiat siaie, io ouiain
a license from the county clerk
clerk' should die, or their should lie a
terrcgnum In the office, what then ?
1'ntNTiCK fayn thero Is but one Hull Run ;
but the Itebcts bavo made many bully runs.
Abitract obscrveil by Natiiasiei. Mvkr, nt
Mount Vernon Hange, twelvo miles soutb-cajt
of Jacksonville, nt sunrise ond U r. v., for the
.fcr t..nA !!(!.
-,,U,..U u. -"..v. .-. '
Thermometer mean, C1.0C thermomclcr ex-,
treincs, -II, 83. Kaln In Inches, 2.54.
Coldest day at sunrlte, the 1st, and warmest,
91,1. r,.i,i..i ,ini-nt l .i iMf.. luih. nnd warm-
.... t.i. ti. .i i- in,i .n.ii-Wr. l
thunder, ctoudy, rain nnd clear, 2 j cloudy,
rain nad Cwri ,0 cloudy and cli-ar, 8 ; clear, 9
fni.,JTf,i,.r n.iuiiw.,. iroimoH
Closing of oiir JliiHiucsa Houses,
, i , I m i fTj..nn
- e the nnderslgned, Merchants or Jackson-
vllle, hereby ngree to close oar respective
nlact or biulnesi at 10 o cIock a. ii., on tne
TyiVK .1- HlMlKIl.
M. A. HnK.-'TA.'io,
Gko. U. Donnis,
List of Letters
REMAINING IN THE POST OFFICE
at Jacksonville, June HOth, 18C2 :
Mllllcr Mrs B A
More W F
Pougc I. A
Kltchy Mrs M F
Ititehey Mrs G
ltotrie G XV
Itobings P II
Ithnads J Ii
Ilogers J A
Sebert II Ii
Smith It M
Sullins L XV
Todd Cnpl S II
Van Wyek II D
Wvlie A II
Williams Mrs I
Wheeler J U
Wlllurd G O
Whltten A F
Hogarth Mrs 1' A
i "rjnnt W F 2
' Duller "W 0
' Jt " m G
"ronton T L
Rurbnnks Mrs M
i Churchill U
Clullin Win P
Dennett J nr J II
Davidson U P
' Doillicllv II
j Downing It
I IVH J
Gillespie It P
1 Gardner J II
I Hurry J
' Hnyw HE
Kincadc Mrs A J
I.iscoml) A M
Lincoln J A
Monder S A
Matthews XV J
rwns calling for any of thco
lae to say they ore advertised.
S. E. HAINES, P,
Wholesale ami Retail Dealers In
Domostic, Foreign and Staplo
TTjifc T? n fi t l AT SllrtP!
J-,ll!5 ,-JULJ:, CV 0W!s
Hosiery, Millinery, and
Fancy Goods ;
Gents, ladies' and Misses'
Furnishing Goods !
Embroideries, LllCCS, HlbUOIlS,
An3 a complete assortment of
Dress Trimmings !
Are constantly receiving large additions to
their now extensive stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
i We rtHctfulty solicit the patronage of the
i public, uud guaranWt! satisfaction to alt who
I way Imor us with a call.
Jacksonville, May 23, 16W. lu
. ., , , ... ,., ., ,, .
In tne Cirtiut Court ofthe.StnU of Ore,
or lht CouHly of j,,,,.
cinie 0r )rt...0n 1
County of Jackson. (
John 8. Love and John illlger, partners, Ax. . i
Thomas I'. I lew, David 0. Stone, V. W. '
Kuwk-r and Ills wire temperance oler, I
John Anderson, James T. Glenn and K. G. i
ItILL IN CIIANCEIlV.
"TCJIIKUKAS the complainants In the above
V I entitle) cause have filed llieir bill in equity
in the Circuit Court of the Slate of Oregon for
tho County of Jackson, to foreclose a certain
mortgage set ortn increin upon u.e lonowing
uctsciiku iu.iw b." M'T"" " ,uv,.,i '"
.tn...a! L..1 liml nnjl ininpnlrmnll Ii nroAn tn
Wt TLe lots ot land in Jacksonville. Oregon,
concye( t0 ,ilC defendants, JIcss k Stone, by
'lemperance Fowler by drtd bearing date the
qh, of January, A- D. 1801.
Also the Kust fractional halfof the Southeast
-Inuarter of m-clion 32. Township 3T, South I
of Range 2 West, containing 59 08-100 acres,
in Juckson County Oregon, und the said com
plainants having tiled their affidavit setting
frt' I bat the said defendants, J nomas P
Um oiJ navjJ 0 g(onc m 0On.rwideoU of
'the titutc or Oregon. Therefore In tbo name
of Jie p fc of he 8ue of 0ref,ot)i J00 ll(J
fuj(i 'p,oma p. Hess and David C. Stone ore
notiGetl to bo and appear in said Court on
The FitMond in 0ctobor AiJJi 18C2
will be taken ns conri-ssed and the prayer
il.itrnf irranted bv the Conrt.
WM. HOFFMAN, Clerk.
Jacksonville, April 12lh. 12b
rplin undcrslgneil having leased the ""b
X Ington Mill," tlvo mllet from Jacksonville,
has thoroughly repaired It, nnd creeled
New nnrt Improved Mncliincrj-j
which, from my experience In constructing the
sntnc, as well ns In manufacturing Hour, war
rants ma In snytng that the Oregon Mill can
nnd will do better work than any other Mill In
Every Sack of my Flour War
ranted to bo "A TSo. 1."
I Imvs opened a
Flour & Feed Store
Ou California street, opposite V. Hynn's new
"SVM. J. ALLEN.
Jacksonville, June 1 1, 1EC2. 22:lf
Opening Day of Term Monday, 23d
jV HiS. J. XV. McCI'LLY takes plenure In
VL nunnunclng to the public that she will
open n school on the 2.1.1 liilnnt, for the In
struction of females In the different branches of
In nnnlhcr iK'jmrlnicnt, i?ons will lie given
In Diiawinii nnd Misio, nnd lsons ou the
GnT.il! and 1'uno.
Ttrmt jr Quatltr Knglish Course, $8.00
Drawing and .Music, extra.
Jacksonville, June 21, 18C2. 23tf
n. g.V. c.itr.nn
15 now prepared with ample Hospital arrange
ment to accommodate the sick and nlllclt-d.
espeetaiiy ttioo luliorlng under Chronic l)
cn, r licit ns Con'umptlon, Ithcum.llsm, DIar
rhira, Conitlmtlon. and the various nervous
dlswiw, together with the rAnwiie rtutli of
impttftdly curnt; Rotlorrhcoa aud Syphilis, so
prcwilcut In our country.
Uo SURGICAL DEPARTMENT
will alio recoive cpolul care.
The most ample means for BATHING at
With every convenience to suit the most fas
tldlinin. Terms reasonable.
OFFICE AT CITY DRUG STORE.
Jacksonville, Oregon, May 23, lbt!2. 10
ALi:XAM)i:il HI'S WELL,
Bools.-'RI in der,
nl Chy and fill Commercial street,
Miweu .MoniKoinery una suoine,
Vta- Dlndlne of ertrv description nentlr c.-
1 eeiiivi Illiuik Hooks ruled and Hound to any
NEW BOARDING HOUSE.
4 MOS I!. ROOKIW has taken Mrs. J. XV.
A. McCullyV new dwelling, on California
street, for the above purpoie. Ills table will
n furnMiid with tiik iikht llio market ullbrds,
and gotten up in "apple pie order." If any
one Is dl'poml to doubt the corrrctiiws of the
aUive statements, ideate do him the honor of
culling, and the whole thing cou at once be
touted, it will only coit S7 to try 11 a week,
oi lUlyoontu fur n sliiglu cull.
Jacbonvllk-. Tub. ii. IV)
T a7E have this day nld .ur stoek of mcr -
V chandle to .ler. lIUAimi'iir & Waii
All proiH Indebted to us nru hereby uotltlvd
to K-ltlu immrtliatuly uud wive eontx.
IIKDI.ICII k UOLUSMITI1.
1'h.cntx, April 17, lbfli.
3I& From our frlvuds und patrons we would
snfleit for the new firm a coutlnuanee of their
ItKDLICII k GOLDSMITH.
Nia-ulx, April 17, 1802 llmo
'I H hereby given, thnt the copartnership hereto-
X fore cxiiting oemcen j. a. iiuriivo nna P.
I.lnn, under the name and style of HuriKM? k
Linn, I this day illsolud by mutual coiuent.
'Ml irw v
Inn, Is Hits ilay uismiimu ny mutual cu
The debts of Ibo firm will bo settled
0 iiy i).
I I. inn. All won." kiiumioz locniri-ivca inuuuieu
, . .,..1 i.. .1 , ,-..!.-
Io the firm, are hereby notified to come forwurd
ami setllu Iminvdlatuly, or their nccouuts Kill
be given to an attorney fur collection.
J. S. IIL'M'KE,
JaektonOtle, April 5th, 1861. I2lf
T HAVE authorized B. I). FOUOIIAY, of
L I'ha-nlx, u my agent, during my absence,
Io trnnkust IhuIiiom for me In my name,
lerins knowlns tbvmwlvv indebted to me
by note or aeooitnt. are notiUvd to call on hi in '
l,iitii.llnt.ili. nml lull lln I
Immediately and uy up.
Juoktonvllle, April 23, 1863,
TOSnt'II JACOII5 is hereby appointed my
J agent, to taku charge of the Knglo Mill
pwp-irly, in Jackson county, and Is authorized
to transact nit huilne connected Ihurewlth,
and to collect and receipt for all debts duo me
nn account of any builnvss conntcted with said
Kaglo .Mill properly. Dated at Itonutmrg. Ogo.,
Muy 101b, 180-'. JESSK KOIIINSON
A NEAT COTTAGE HOUSE, fur
tenant. Kiiilrc at this otllce. 'HA
JOU PRINTING of all descriptions neatly
executed ot the SKNTINKL OFFICK
I LARGE and varied assortment or
ii. cultural Implements, or all kinds, on hand '
and constantly arriving, for tale on the most
favorable terms and at the lowest city prices, ,
J. D. ARTHUR & SON,
Importoi'a j ZSoalors,
Corner ol Washington and Davis Streets,
SAN FRANCISCO. -11
Administrator's Notice. I
Nonet: is hereby given that the undersigned , please prweniwe same : ami rcccnc ineir nay.
has been appointed administratrix or tho ""J those knowlog themselves Indebted to
estate of Jahkm. JoiiMno.x dcocased, lato 0r.1,u,:ror b" h of lue ,,ar lc' b?..nole orPn
Douglas couuty. Oregon. All persons having adcouut, wll eave cos U by calling at Iht-lr
claims against said estate are requested to pre- "ce nMt ''00r t0 6 City Drug Store, and
sent Ibo same, with, the necessary vouchers, Par "Pi as c rcunuUnees reciulro that the debts
within one year, for settlsment ? nnd those In- mustt paid nt au early dy. KUher party
debted ore requested to make immediate pay. will be allowed to slurt In liquidation,
ment. JOHN ANDERSON,
MARY K. JOHNSTON, AdminUtrotrix. JA8. T. GIJ-INN.
Rosobiirg, Otegoni'Juae 18, 186?, J3g. JakionYllle, April 16, 1862. HtnS
The Largest StocU of
Goods, nnd the Finest
Assortment of Gentle
men's Wen rl nt; Ap
parel) in the State of
California) can lie
lind nt nil times nt
the Store ot
CLOTHIERS & TAILORS
XCW YORK H. SAOIlAaiKXTO,
Who have Just opened the largest store In Sin
Francisco, In Lick's new building, corner of
Montgomery aud Sutter, and In tbc same block
ns the new
CaT Pend your orders nnd mcasnre, nntl
when you visit San Francisco, wc shall be
glad to sec you.
1IKUSTOX, HASTINGS .v. CO.
April 20, 180".!. 15uic
LOVE & BILGElt,
California Street, Jackson; Me,
DEALERS AND WORKER9.IN
TIN. SHEET IRON. COPPER,
LEAD AND BRASS,
HATH just received from the Atlantic side
and San Krmicl'co, a complete stock of
1 everything In their Hue, and will keep constant-
lyou hand on assortment of the best
Tiii, Sheet Iron & Copper Ware,
,, ,,,. iirfraniu Kowlcs. Forco
1'umps, Chains, Lead 1'lpe, Hose,
And Nails allSizos;
liar, Plate and assorted Iron;
Faints. Oils, rilxus and Glass:
All (puillUe of Fonder;
Shot of all nuuiUrt
llruhes of every variety,ctc, etc.
Aim. always on baud, a large lot of stoves of
IIL'CK'3 PATENT COOKING STOVK,
TIIK NKW WOULD STOVK,
The two very bst aud approved patterns In tbc
I'urlor. Offle and Cabin Stoves, fancy nnd
1 plain, oonslruetMl on lutnt ruei javing plans.
Hollers. Uetllss. Pots. Pans, und everyiblog
oounvoltHl wiiu iumo siuvu wurrauieu uuruuii
All articles sold by them or manufactured.
WAUIIANTKD. Tlntlr work Is made of thi
Ust material and of choicest patterns.
.r rnli-r nttcuded to with (lulekcst dls-
nnlnli nml ltll.l nnninlln? to tllrf-ctloilf.
In creryllijng, their stock Is the lamest and
complcterl ever urougiu io jncssouriiiv, nuu
they arc determined to sell
OnBAP 330X1. C3A.&1X..
Call aud examine their stock before purchas
ing clscwkert. June 23, 1800.-23.
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I ) I Q A l .Vt- All,
jy vviiii . ii xvajw
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
X Xx-lolx. X3.iXcliu.K,
Corner of Front nnd F Strvvis,
WILL attend to the Ilccelvlng and forward
ing of all Goods entrusted to their care,
wtll promptness and dWpalcb.
-. - ' . . ...t. i .
ceivid ou storage.
Creeceut Cltv, April 10, 1802, 15
, N. II. No goods delivered until tho freight
and charges are paid. D. it W,
CITY BREWERY I
(On the Hill)
rnJK Proprietors having taken possession
I X of the City Hrewery, lately controlled by
Mr, Fitt, are prepared to furnish Ijagcr Ik-cr
to people of this vicinity by the keg, bottle
or on draught,
An experience of many years In brewing
Gives tliem nn ndvontogo over nil competitors
and warrants them in promising A BhTTKIt
ARTICLK THAN CAN BE FOUND
KI.SKWllEltE In Southern Oreiron.
B3r He sure to send your ordere to the
CITV DREWERY. If you wish the REST
DEER. KREIMER k MATTK8.
Jacksonville, Sept. 10, 16C1. 3Stf
Dissolution of Partnersliip
1MIIS DAY, by mutual consent, the part
, ntrship of ANDERSON ULENN,
Jacksonville, Oregon, Is hereby dissolved.
All who have culms against tile same will
RKDICTIOX OF TRICES
Stoves & Tinware.
G. It. DOKK1S
lias now opened a
Stovo and Tinware Shop
On Third Street, near the Post Office,
Where he will keep on hand the best patterns
And every kind of
Tin, Iron nml Conncrwnre,
Ilcsldes n great variety of Culinary orticlcs
too numerous to mention
Persons wltblng nnylhtng In my line nrc re
spectfully invited to call and examine the qual
ity nnd prices of my wares.
Kvcry kind of J Oil WOHK done to order.
My own 1Vr Itrtmlreil Wlllionl CIiai-r
GF.OHGK D. D0R1US.
Jacksonville, Nov. 9, 1801. 43
acM :- .nr j c "hs j5
Tlin undersigned wonld respectfully Inform
the cltlrens of Jackson nnd adjoining
counties th.it he has or, hand nnd wilt manufac
ture to order
a!u Kinds of Snildlery . llnrncss
Heavy Prnnght Harness (long nnd short tug)
Concord Harness, 1 loppy Harness
(double and single)
Spanish Saddle, trees and rigging complete j
Ladies' Saddles, Jockey Saddles,
And all other articles usually found In a
first-clast stock of
A1A WOK IC W A It It A N T 12 D .
In " Sentinel " Ilullding, California
Jacksonville, Dec. Sl.lbOl.
Are now Closing Out
llieir entire stoek of
Goods, Groceries &
Liquors, at the Very
FOR CASH !
fco- Give us n call, at the Post Ofltce Ilulld
ing. oorm-r or California aud Oregon streets.
April 1, lftC'i. '
Wanted in Echango!
- AT THE
JK. JCJJ3VCJX"JE W m
HOOT & SHOE BiSDWBWRV
J OATS, WHEAT & BACOxV
Harness, Urldles and Saddles,
Or all kinds, and all kinds or Saddle rigging.
sir Hoots and fjlioud made and re
paired to order lu a
muuiivr. Inquire of
ueat ond workmanlike
Pbirnljc, Feb. 1 1.
in--i i -n-ni
miiM ,,n,i,.inr,i iff Wrn in inf.Tin tlm
J. traveling public that they bavo taken
charge or the
Canyonvilloi Douglas County, Oregon,
Whero they will bo personally present to attend
to the wauls of traveler nod Loardeis where
a '- square " nual can be furnUhi-d, and irllc
ular attention paid to the comfort of guerts al
alt times. The patronage of the public Is re
HOWMAN k llOYLE.
Canyonvllle, March 10, lbCK. qJ
TTAS recently received a large and dlvorsl-
XX lieu ossorlmenl oi
SPRINU AND WEIGHT
PEARL, EMERALD, and CAMEO SETS,
Together with a splendid lot of other
Ear-Rings, Firmer Rings,
Lockets, liucklcs, Clasps,
Uracclets, Sleeve buttons,
All or w lilch will be sold at low rits and
warranted. . I
WAICilES. JKWELRY and CLOCKS. '
""-- V . 4 i .
- lii.AlArAu In .n l manrla (in I U'ltli rliL.
a lt.tUSVSf III tIJU . UIUISISVI HUM "IIM u
patch. All ai tides In bis line wniiaiaclurw
promptly and with neatness. Call and tee bis
stock at the old stand, corner o( Third and
California streets, Jacksonville. 44 If.
A GOOD assortment ot Clocks at
. sonvllle Dook and Variety gtoi
uautornta and uregon mrecis,
BY P. IIIiYNOI-r.
Opposite the Unittil Slates Hotel, next door to
Jleelman't Exprtts Ufflce,
Corner or California unit Thlnt Silrrtts.
IAVOCI.D repeelf"lly Inform my old friends
nnd the public generally that I hare just
returned from San Francisco with one of tho
lirst Selected Stocks of both
FOREIGN 8c DOMESTIC
Fine Mines, Cordials, Syrups,
That has ever been offered for sale In this part
of tbc country, which I will sell,
Or In any desired quantity, at a moderate ad
vance on cost.
Thankful for the mtronage I have received
for the past year, I nope It wilt continue, ns I
wilt snare no natni In w-nltlngupon my custom
ers. I wilt nil orders from the town or country,
so send them along nnd keep cool.
Will positively Iks supplied with none but tho
i-ery Wnunlltlcs of Llcpiors nnd the nott rJWs
brands of Segars.
Kcraember the EXPRESS SALOON,
P. II. I.VNCII, l'rop'r.
Jacksonville, Sept 14. Xitf
Reduction in Prices!
BEST WORK DONE AT
rpHE undersigned announce to present pa
X. Irons and the public that he has re- 4
duccd the price Tor alt kinds or work l"C,J)
tils tine, to conrorm to the times. jf
is In the buttding formerly occupied t-y Wm.
tlurke, on Qdifornia Strut, dtrertbj Jliit if ting.
gape If Drum's SlMei.
Every species ol work done In the best manner
nnd with quick dispatch.
Plough Irons iiinilc nml repaired
lUCUJi. hkriagi: ,n magi: uurk
Executed In the neatest nnd strongest manner.
Mining Tools, Picks, Ilnrs, fee,
made to order, of the very btsl materials, In
the most approved styles.
Particular attention given to s-r v
for which the price Is reduced to 811 nnd $ t
tiikhl'tt. Plates made aud fitted exactly to
Ills stock of Iron and Steel Is of first quality,
nnd alt work done nt his shop WArttuvn.n.
Jacksonville, March U, lull. mbU&tr
TRACY & GO'S
WELLS, FARGO 8& CO.
Treasure, Parcels and Packages forwarded In
charge of MotH-ngvrs.
Goods Purchased and Commissions filled with
Holes, Drafts, Dills or Accounts Collected.
Wells, Fargo k Co's cheeks on San Francisco
and llieir Drafts on lnidon, Paris,
Dublin or the prliwlp.il cities
In the Alluutlo
Cau be obtained at any or our 0 dices.
bfHcos and Agents.
Portland Well, Fargo k Co,
Cuwade Ilradfurd A Co.
Dalles Stocking A Co.
Walla WulU Baldwin k Whitman.
Oregon City N. It. lugalls.
Chumpoeg ...J. D Crawford.
illuttcvllle F. X. Mathews.
uay ion. . , iiuatns k i.imivncoii
Sali-in ...i J. Jluelat.
O'orvttllls..,,.,, -Stoek k Kuufiuau,
v e cll w A.Atlee.
I Oakland. , Lord. IVU-rs A Co,
.11. A. Ilarton,
Perry, Wado k (.
. lit:i'kniiiii' I-i'
, XV. TRACT k CO.
April it Cm
EAGLE MILLS !
JVJOTICH Is hereby given that lb IUOI.I!
1 MILIi are again In running order, and
that I um spam roady to furnlilt oar numer
ous customurs with the
Scst -"lour in tho Country.
Kvtry sack ground and sacked at the Mill
warranted to be Good Flour.
... ... Per Jwi.ni Jacow, Agent.
Ashland, May 13, UC2. 1th
Bibles and Tostamcnts.
A SUPPLY of Illblicsand Teslaraiuls, In va
rlous styles, recently received and for talo
at ccst and charges, at the depository or tho
Jackson County lilble Kociety.
Win. HOFFMAN, Deposits
Oregon War Scrip.
I HAVE made arrangements with srftponslblo
Hanking Houw loaltend to tbe collection of
war henp in ukbinieion liny, juving occu-
Wo.-Z-i. ,i..jn . tc iri.r.i,is.a. tn
n.J t.h ..... lln.. .r .'1.1... ..Ij.vb
CISI ailllWt UUItllK MV nH,MiruviUllin
v i .. f II "
find too urepared to idve all neeemarv inforiaa-
tlon relative to their clalios.
I will alo give wy attentton to posting and
arranging books and accounts.
msr Office to the Sentmtl building.
, , SAMUEI. E. MAY.
Jacksonvlli;, yuoe j, ifipi, 2Ut
1 USTICES DLANKS(6r )e
u this omev.