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WKHXKSHAY KYEXIXOOVEMnER 11, mi
The New Corporation Law.
The corporation law, reported by the
Code Co omission, and enacted into a law
by the late Legislature, provides, that any
three, or more persons, ...ay become a body
corporate, for tin. purpose of enKiiiring in
nnyliiwrjil enterprise, business, p.irs.i.t
or occupation." "by .subscribing written
unices o. ...corporuuoi. m inpnciiic, nun
and ncknowhd-ing them before any officer
nntl.orized to tuhe the acknowledgment or
it deed, and tiling one of fiicIi articles with
tho Secretary of State, another with the
County (,'lerk where the company is to op-
orate, and the other in tho oflico of the
company incorporated. The articles of
incorporation .shall specify the name of the
corporation, the business to be carried on.
l!ie location of the principal office, uu.ouut
of capital stock, amount of each Minre,
nod, if for railroads or other roads, canals,
bridges or navigation of streams, then the
locution and termini of the same. Sec-
lion ;" grants all tho general powers, as
to by laws, officers, agents, etc., which nro
exercised by corporations under the Com
mon Law, and without which they would
be nimble to do nnytliinir." Sections (i, 7.
8. !), 10 and VI provide for the opening of
slock books, nod the election, qualification
of directors, nnd their powers nml duties. , Intion will ruin tho Union cause. If Mc
Section lit makes stocks ersoiin! property, Clellnn lias been removed for political rea
subject to attachment, execution, levy and sons, it is the very thing that will make
sale. Section IA provides n punishment him President, IT ho litis any ambition
lor directors if they fraudulently declare n ' that way.
dividend, by making them responsible to I Uurnside, McClellan's successor, hns a
any party injured thereby. If any corpor- good reputation for a soldier, nnd wc sin
ation does not commence business for one cercly Iiojhj that ho, too, will not become
year after its formation, or suspends for, the victim of tho "On to llichmonil"
six after it has commenced, it forfeits all fanatic?. Ih has never yet commanded
its corporate powers. Tho stockholders j more than eight or ten thousand men, nnd
of any copnrat ion, heretofore char Icrcd by is, therefore, untried on groat fields, like
tho Legislature, may organizo under tho ' Fair Oaks nnd Anticlum, where McClellnn
new law, by liling articles nf- above. Any hns now victories.
corporation mav nt any time increase its
canital stock, bv filinir articles. Anv cor-
poration, organized for tho purpose of imvi-1 tedious mid annoying work, Hob-Indian
pnting any stream, may build railroads or ABcl,t A Rorwh, hns, nt icngtli, uc
other roads, canals or bridges, necessary ll in cOccting nn understanding or
to carry out tho object of the company. I trcuty with them. Tho Agreement nllows
Sections from 21 to 47 inclusive, provides lic Indians the privilege of establishing
for tho right or railroad nnd other road 'r fucampments for tho Winter at
companies, to appropriate hind for right Knnchcrie Truirio. Xo more than five,
of wny, and llio manner of npproprintinsr l 1,l(,y nnnnued, arc allowed to como to
it; the rlirlit to charge and collect toll, tho settlements at one time, for trading
etc. Such arc tho general features of the purposes. The treaty was signed by Ln
New Corporation Act. Owing to tho I hike. Ucwge, and Long John, on the purt
liurrv under which everything wiib gotten !f portion of tho Klamath Indians
up and put through tho lfritiliitiirc, it In
not surprising that the law is somewhat
vague on important matters. It does not
fix the liability of stock holders ; and, ns
the law now stands, creditors have no other
security for their claims against theso in-
dividuals, who have neither " bodies to bo j
kicked, nor souls to be damned," than the
assets or corporato funds of tho cnmpnny ;
ntt.1 lliia it.n IniufviiiA it.ill n m-nniniia lit.
iiiiii tn..-, hk Miiipinv, ..... u ... v.. ...... ,..- .
tic in nil failing concerns.
the law restrain any corporation, organized
, ,L , , . .' . . ...
under it, from do.ng bus.ncss nbsouley
...til.Aa.ii nnMti.il 'PIlfiMA 13 at A MDAIliriiAlt til
without capital. There is no provision in
5t rr(ptiring anything to be pnid on stock,
solicited before business is commenced.
According to this law, if a bnnk is or
ganized under it, it can commenco business
without paying in n cent upon capital
.took, nnd all tho deposits it can get may j
bo divided among tho stockholders or
squandered, nnd the depositors will have
no remedy. It is a wholesomo provision,
nnd forms n pnrt of tho corporation laws
of some of tho older States, requiring
stockholders to bo responsible to creditors
for double ll.e amount of stock solicited, '
in addition to the Assets of the corpora- j
tion. It should be so here.
Poi.tTlttlAXH MvKR A
I iiwinK. ,i i. in iiuiuniii in luiutvoo nun
j.nce the meo'knwsiBnd.hnmillty exhibited!!)
llic "constltiitint.nl Democrats," us ihe!r ilmt Mnlone's Hush ipnper bus been fle
politic!! lenders irolieve them of (heir until. ' prived nl' mnil fuilitiiH :
whilst. Iiy wny of u joke, In calli-d " sillv
soribii." for a 'lbmioeintie niner." Those
Socosh editors lent Paul Clifford. Fur In
stance : Fat. Miilono Hliirts out to riinkc
raise. Snvs he is going to combine nil the
defunct nriruns in the State into the " Ore-
gon Daily nml Weekly Union." niul pub -
lisli a paper eipial in size, to tin " Sacra
mento Union." nt the city of Portland ; mid
farther avers, that he lias sent on to Xow
A'orkfor onn of Ifw's Lightning Power
bosses. re eilvngceH the State, gels
..,,. ll1(lllMini1 .(ft.int n ..lviinnp ...I..
... . , . ., ... . ,
ncription. goen back to (,'orviillli. nml, nf
tor Hcvcrnl niontlm cr silence, he l.!iie. bin
1 old paper from his old office. Now, here
U where the laimh comes in. Malnne has
I raised on piiliscriplinns, paid In advance,
cny thre tlioiifianil dollari. Xow, if he
can pet (icncrnl Wright to pnpprcss his
luncr. he will have n irood thinir rai the
Uw mmm . wl0rciipnl, nno com.
mw,w mirhw ,, c,)nrw,llff ngnlnilt ,c
ovorlni,t Wl,w ,), 1V,T. (Jpni.rn)
WrWit lw wipprt'M llio paper, but M.
, , (, 10llniMli ,, nU ,c
Sccesh mibcribers pity poor M atone for n
I nmrtv M)m, . Mc wry cim.n ,0W vm,
..,, j n(u,lll(.L, or lmlroi,izi,8l.cc, Don,,
ocru,jc j,pPM heron fter.
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IIkmovai. or McCi.ki.i.ax. The tcTc
graph announces the lemoval of (icncrnl
McUlellaii. What the reasons are, we
we are not yet informed. Wo hope they
( arc sufficient. Wo look upon the mill tor
now as the most unfortunate (to use n mild
term) that has so lar transpired to the
Union armies. McUlellaii hns fought more
buttles great battles than any other (icii.
eral in the Held ; he has commanded larger
bodies of men in battle, and contended
ngnlnst greater odds and that, too, on
the enemy's chosen ground and never yet
has he been defeated, repulsed, confused, or
had any panics, I le was virtually removed
once before, but wilhin two weeks ho was
replaced to savo tho Capital. This vacil-
Tiik IndiansA ficr several wctkn of
about forty In ntunber.
An understanding wns nlso had with the
I Modocs. They will camp for the Winter
either nt Itnnclicrie Prairie, or at Clear
Lake, thirty miles south of Klamath Lake.
Wo sincerely hopo that tho Indinns will
l, l"M ,0 t IiI- bond, and our community
"itl of tho thieving, howling nnd generally
pestiferous Siwushcs and their miserable
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1ms a larger subscription list than any other
,,,, pil,tll(ilictl ,n the city 0r Portland :
Pouti.axo Itkm. Tho " Marniug Onyonian
and " tho Daily Timtt has tho largest clrc.i-
lion of any daily paper in tho city." Clad
to know that they are both doing better
limn each other.
i JIiyu Tuiixii'. Mr. S. y. Robinson
"tenJV brought to our oflico a White
Stone" turnip, which measured tn circum
ference three feet and three inches, nnd
weighed twenty eight pounds. Wc doubt
if a much larger turnip ever turned up.
From the Oregonimi wo learn
Capt. Hatch fell from a mill building, in
Oregon CilV. nn thn nib instnnt nml u-no
dangerously hui t, Hopes of his recovery
i arc entertained.
Intkkmctki) kiiom tiik Mails. It ap
pear from the following item, which wc
- clip from Iho'iKugcno Jtciu'cir, of 'the 8th,
Alter goln? In pres wo reooivnl n eir -
! :",0.r frn' ' ' M"!"!";. '.' ,l' Corvullis
fiion, in viii.n: proposals lor carrying the
1'n ion by Kxpnss throii'.'hnut the valley.
n .That tinner hi'inir now lot bid the mails bv
'order of (.Sctiorni Wriuht.
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1 1"" . 18fi2 Tlii-iKMire the time-
mm ii iiii'ii rnuir. iuu imiiimiiii immiimi
and I ho sunshine patriot will, in such a
i crisis as this, shrink from the service of his
i country. Hut he who stands it now, de-
lHm'w 'J'0 ',,v'! nn", ""' "n "" !
iiiiin. jvriiriiiini, nnu ih.ii. in inn. inn
cotupiered : but we have this satisfaction
with us, that the harder tho conflict. I lie
more glorious the triumph. Tom Piiwt,
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TimowiMO Fknoks. An ox or cow that
ia accustomed tot hrowiuir fences, may be
prevented doing so by taking a larue wire
nnd bonding it in the slil'lpe of a bow: tl.t-ii
bond the points in the shape of a fish-hook;
tie string to the wire, place the hooks in
the nostrils lightly, and tie on the string to
the point ol ench'horn. This will prevent
the most unruly ox or cow. from throwing
Cotton t.v Illinois. A correspondent
writes that the cotton crop in .Southern
Illinois looks quite as well as any he ever
saw in Teiinc-wo. I To estimates" the crop
in thirty southern counties at (i.lll)l) acres,
producing 1 .200,000 lbs, or 2.-I0O bales.
lie says that ten times as much will be
plaulid next year. Some farmers say they
can raise an acre of cotton as easy as they
can raise an aero of com.
P.vriiioTin Ltiicin-r. I. 15. Thomas, n
prominent uiercliaui of San Francisco, is a
contributor to the patriotic, fund to the
extent ol'S'JfiO a month dtirini: the contin
uance of tho war. We question whether
any other man in the United States has
been equally generous.
Pkiiti.vknt Ojtkiiv. (J leasers, Indians,
and other inferior races, are always down
on negroes louring that they 'may be
identified with tlu-in. Hoes this account for
the dread some other peonlu have of neirro
equably : ITosDi-clublo white men feel loo
su.eol their own positioii to have any
uii.ivij on uiv juiyrwii 9 tAtltlll iUlUi
A Creek Mr Men being asked what for-i
tuno sho would bring her husband, replied . T -
in the following mo.-t beauliful language :,TX the Connlv Court
"I will bring h-m what gold cannot pur-
chase a heart unspotted and virtue with-1
out u stain W3ich is all that descended to
I me from my pn cuts."
Cod bo thanked for books. They nro
the voices of the disimit and ihn d.m.l. .n.1 1
make us heirs ,,r the spiritual lili, of past .
. . " .-..., ...,
ages. JtooUs nif) the true
levellers. I h-y ,
give to nil. who raitl.fnlly uo them, the
society ol tho best nnd greatest of our race.
Cknkiiai. CoitroiiAN. This ollicer nub
lished a card in the New York papers Oc--
tober 17lh, declining to be a candidate for
CiiiiirrttM. (Je.tcra I Corcoran will nccopt ,
i-om.'ress. iie.tcral lorcoran will accept
"u u" " ' reiiemon is put iiuwn.
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AmiktamCrkkk, near which tho great
battlo was foirrht, is a tributary ol the ,
Potomac, running through Washington
county, .Maryland. I ho name is pronounc
ed us though spelled An-tcMnui, with the
accent on the second syllable.
There nro not us mai.v
all tho rebel States as the
York nnd Massachusetts ; and yet some of.
the conservatives talk as if ll.ey considered '
it possiblo for the i ebels to succeed ! I
"IIuttkiintts" amo Ciiiviui-im" iflll; '"l ' persons Having claims
tions. A 'butternut " is a guerrilla; niwin,uIQ ,,,,.,. voucher lo tho said ad
' grayback " is ii regular Conlcdcrate sol- mlnlrtrotnr. iilhls resilience. In Cow Creek
"Ma get down on your hands and knees
n moment, please." What on earth shall
I do that for. n.y little pet? "Coz I want
to draw nn elephant."
A young lady says the reason sheenrrirs
a parasol is, that tho sun is nf tho mascu
line gender, nnd sho cannot withstand his
" That's my impression.'" ns tho printer
said to a pretty eirl when lie kissed her.
"And Hint's a 'token' of my regard," re
plied tho lady, boxing his ears.
Kansas has never polled more than 1(1,
nflO votes, yet she has furnished 9,000 to
the Union army.
Tho Governor of California has appoint
ed Thursday, '28th instant, ua a day of
Thanksgiving nnd prayer.
Man doubles his evils by brooding over
Never attempt to mend a joko after it is
Whnt is the favorito gamn of cards on
tho banks of the Mississippi ? lilulf.
tG?" Xo Telegraph by to-uiglifs stogo
fxClf flfll MAT.K or FEMALE
1.1.0 VIM NKWi'ftTHKI. jM.ltK tlll'XTT OttjOKKIt
MAIMII-' TIIK UNITHII STATUS. MNAI,Vrft
AXII NKW UHI'N.sW.CK.
From ri'cen t -tit-vov.M. completed Aig.
i 10. ItfiljJ : (')! S-'D.OiM) li engrave it and
1 nJ, vi-nrVliim'.
J Hiiiirlnr in any .-Jill
Collon or MilchVll. and sells at the low
J price ol lll'ly u'tit - : HTO.OOO numes urijcn-
i .'lllli-rini' in iiiiv ,-nii, in in i-vci II line mi
graven on thii ...up.
It Is not only a comity map. but it I? nl"o
A,COtiTY AXU HAII.IIOAI) MAP
of the rnited .Stall's and Canada cnialiiui'd
in one. giving uvciiv ii.mi.iioah station and
(iiiarautee any man or wnumn $!l to .i
per day. and will ttike back ail maps that
cannot be sold nml n-l'iiud the money.
Seed for one dollars' worth to try.
I'riutiMi iuslri.ulioiis how to cauvats well,
fiirulshd all our agents.
Wantiiii Wholemle Agents for our Maps
in every Estate. California. Canada, Kiiglaud.
Franco and Cuba. A fortune may be teade
with a low hundred dollars capital. A
(XiwjxIiHon. .1. T. LLOYD,
io. nil nnmciway, .xuw iorK.
The War Di-parlmeut lists our Map of
Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania, cost
SIOIMMIU. on which is marked Antielatii
Creek. Sharp-burg, .Maryland Illghts. Wll-liam-'port
Ferry, Itho ersvllle. NolaudV
Ford, and all others on the Potomac, and j
every other place in Marvlaiid, Virginia
and Pennsylvania or money refunded.
I.I.OVD'S TOIMMJllAPIUCATi MAP OF i
KENTUCKY. OHIO, INDIANA j
Is the only nuthorily I'or (Jen. Iluell and the
War Di-.mrt.neiit. Money refuudi'd to auv
one lluding at. error In it. Price .'ill cents.
From IIki Tribune. Aui.'. 2.
' LLOYD'S MAPOKVIIHJI.NIA.MAHY
IjA.VI), nml PUNNSYLVANIA.-TheMan
Is very large : It- co-t is but '-'." cents, and
iV Mr lift llml run he nlrchntl1.',
JIHIJU 5 UIb iUUp Ui U, JU1HW-
Sippi River. Iron. Actual hurveys by
Cpis. Hurl ami Win. Ilowen. Mis-issippi liiv -
er Pilots, of St. LiitiN, Mo.. hovs cverv
man s plantation and owner s name from ,
St. Louis to the dull' of Mexico I. :i.'ii)
miles every MiiiiMmr, island, town, hunl
lug, ami all places tu'cuiy miles back I'm in
Hie river colored in countie- Mid Slates.
Price, tf 1 in sheets. $''. pocket form, and
$-' .'iOo:i linen, with rollers. Keady Sept. 'JO.
N.vvv Dki'aiitjiknt. Wakuinhion. )
Sept. 17. IfitiL'.
T. T. Lt.ovii .9V . .Send me vour .Man
of the Mississippi Iliver. wiib price per
hundred copies. Ib-ar-Admiial (Charles
it. Davis, coimnauding the .Mississippi
,,!,, u nil.ori-d to purchase nt
many as urc rcipiiretl for use of that
souudron. Ciiikon Wi:i.i.s.
Socrctiiry of tlie Xavy.
. r '" i
in nnd for Jose-
1 phino Count v, Stato of Oregon,
Wim.iam Hoiiinson w. John Thomas
and Xoiiman Patkiison.
Action at Law lo recover ninnev.
Tt npp'-iiiing to the sali.-faction of Hie t
('nuri-,,y "I,nvlt nI,'(' ' this cause, that
lreinlttiilH, Jnliii Thoinns nml Norman Pal-
T'ii C, '. T ' .
ersou. are uou-ivsidenls
cniiso of action
,,jht ,, ,h.rclldanls nn
note in tl... sun. of i$-.'K7 I.ViTwo hundreil
llifillltk.1 iliil.iniMlll tu tt tm m lldlknilaAtiii
nnd eluhtv-sevi'ii dollars and llfteeu cents
that Hie defendants have lirooerlv in this
State ; that thu 6burt has jurisdiction of
the subject of the action :
name of lhepeoile of the
y- ',hn Thomas nnd N'
1 liererore, in the
Stato of Oregon,
are reouiml to appear in said Court, on
I tlrst Monday in April, A. D. iMiil. nnd
answer the complaint tiled ngalust you by
,.e plalntilf. or thesaine will be take., for
crilWw,, linil ie ,.uycr uim.0f will be
Kmnted bv the CVmrt.
Jly orih-r of tho Omrt.
(JUSTAF WILSON. Clerk.
0. F. McCaiitv. Attorney for Plalntilf.
y lighting men in I A DMIXISTHATOU'S NOT I OK
Ihero are in New -iV Xolieo is hereby iriven that, tho nn-
derslirned has Ikhiii duly appointed, by tho
r''"t.v iut of DnnglaH county, Oivcon.
adminislralor or the estate of Win. P. Haw-
I .!., .1......... ...I
late of said county and
Valley, in said county and State.
W. W. JL'DD. Administrator.
Kosolnirg. Nov. 7. I8li2 nov. 12ew4t
TOTiCK OF FINAL SFTTLl-l-
11 MKNT.-Thomns Croxt
triitor of the estate of Nathan llarnev, de -
ceased, having this dav rendered his no-
count for llunl settlement of said estate,
all pei-Mins interested are notilied Hint
Monday, tho tlrst day of Decemlier. 1M2.
has been appointed for the settlement or
fcaid account. Itl-INJ. HOLSCLAW.
County Judge, of Josephine county.
ynv-!l' '"'- SSll58
NOTiCM OF FINAL SKTTLK-
trator of tho estate of John Cassndav.de
censed, having this day rendered hisne
cmtnt for lii.nl settlement of mid oxtuto.
mil persons interested nro notilied that
Monday, tho first day of December, 18(i2.
has been appointed for the settlement of
s-nid account. HKX.r. HOLSCLAW,
County Judge, of Josephine county.
Nov. :i. 18fi. nnvl2cw'U
T OST SHAWL.-On the 27th October
,1J last, by tho undersigned, while
coining through thn Canyon, a largo woolen
shawl (double) with red border, dark col
ors, itarred, center purple, with a small i
rent in the lwrder, was lost. The under-1
signed will pay n liberal reward to any !
one who will send the same to the Skxtixki.
oni0' S. U. VASDYKK. I
BIAOBURY & WADE,
' ' JACK.WviLLK,
t7lxo3.cicvlo cj Zl.otn.ll
BOOTS & SHOES,
hatb j"L.isnz OA3PS,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
Tobacco & Segars,
lH ,. wlfl., w ,, HnI1 , ,w ,
, rp i;sil ,,r diirublf PUODIH! !'
, ,or Af3,, or lrl- l llMUl..
ALL DKSUUIPTIOXS OP
AT ItKlJUCKD ItATHS,
To make room for FAI..L STOCKS.
A Choice .Selection of tho
I : BBS'
r Fvcr olll-red in this market, embrneing-i
i- varieties ol jl
lllack. Grcun & Jaimiiose,
: Tn bulk. pnH-rs nnd enddies. at
I prices to suit the most particular.
fHWVMWp . J
A FRESH INVOICE OF
SIIOVKLS. ItUIIItKIl HOOTS.
HLASTINC I'OWDKK AND KUSKr
1IAV and MAXUHK FOltKhJ.
Por Salo tit Cost i
20 .Steel-point PLOWS, complete,
of various sizes -r
If! cast Plow-points ;
2 sells extra steel Monld-Hoards.
Points and lawl Sides.
2 patent St raw-Cut tors f
(i largo Iron Kettles, for farm use.
'flic nbovo will be exchanged for Hour nt
tho market price.
WIADHURY & WADK.
Jacksonville, Oct. 2:i, IS'i'J. .'Mtf
X J.LvtjllllV XAvUOJ2i
f)f 1 nnTTTlV 0 IIFinTI
DllAlilJlIll, I W A 1111
"nUUUUll 9, IVJlVUr
! TUB CITIZENS OF
nmvwv ,. rIVIfflV
ndminis-'PllffiX IX AM) VIfiIXIT
Will And it to thoir mlvnntngo to
purchase of us, as we shnll keep
on hand a good Mtpjily of
FANCY AND STAPLE
FOU SAI.R AT
JACKSON VI LM2 PRICKS.
Wo will take all descriptions of Produce
that can bo disposal of without a loss,
lili A DIIL'lt Y & WADH-
Pluenix, Oct. tlOth.