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5 PEft ANNUM, IN ADVANCE.
JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1SC2.
VOL. VII NO. 50.
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THE OREGON SENT1NEI
IXMl'KD KVKRY WKDNKSDAr AM) SATURDAY.
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subsequent Insertion, Otic Dollar. A.dls
count of fifty per cent will be m to Unmo
who advertise by tlio year.
By application to Po'tBMStcrs and Karl
Carriers, you nan learn tbaUlioSewii-weekly
"Ohkoon Skktinki. has by for a larger ciro
latlon In tbe cauntlcs of Southern Oregon
and Del Norte county, California, than any
other paper. This fact shmtM commend tbe
KSTiNvto you as a superior medium ot
List or A'tntvrs, who are authorized to
transact any business concerning this pa
'.per, In the namo of the pnblishcr :
L. P. FHher, San Francisco; Wadrworth
sk Rayncs, Yrcka; Eber Emry, Ashland; S.
C. Taylor, Phoenix; W. W. Fowler, Apple
gate; R. 8. Dunlap, Williamsburg; John R.
I'rlndle, Kerbyvillc: A. B. HclNaln, Wakk;
It. J. Foibcs. Waldo; Wi. 11. Kvans. Alt
liouso: Joel Thorn, Canyonvllle; UufusMal
Inry. Koscburg; Isaac R. Moorca, Salem; F.
M. Ellsworth, Eugcno City; F. Charman,
Oregon City; D. W. Waktfleld, Albany
Benjamin Cook, Corvallis; J. 11. Smith.
Crescent City; Albert Doollttle, Happy
E. F. RUSSELL,
Ofllco with B. F. Dowcll, Esq., Tfclrd street,
Jackhonvu.i.k. Orkoon. 29
R. B. MORFORD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL practice in the several Courts of
tho First Judical District, and in the
Supremo Court. Octotter 20. ,2.
.j. H. K-KI.
REED &. GASTON.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
J. II. REED having determined to con
lltiuo the practice of his profession, bus awo
elated Mr. Oaktok with him in business, und
limy will give prompt attention to any legal
'business entrusted to their care, iu auy of
'the Courts of this Judicial District.
Office In sutne-building formerly occupied
by Mr. Reed. August 18th. T2.
.ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will attend to business in the Courts of tho
Ylrft Judicial District, .and In the Supreme
'Court. October 20-41
B. K DOWELL.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practiced all tho Courts of tho Third
Judicial District, the Supreme-Court-of Ore
gon, anil In YrcknCal. War Scrip prompt
")y collected. Oct. Hi.
.jamks M. I'vr.K.
PYLE & "MALLORY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
"Will attend to any business confldeB to them,
!in tlie several Courts of tho -First Judicial
District of 'Oregon, 'ciiti in 'the Supremo
Court. 'October 18.
Watctamal-er nd Jeweler,
Keeps constantly on band a
lluo assortment of Cmk&h and
Jkwkmiy. wtiicli he 'offers for
hale at very low prices, for
Watches aad Jewelry repaired with prompt
ness and warranted. .-Shop a (California
btrect, two doors west of Love .VLUHgor's.
Jacksonville, July 20: 28 i
Dam's Barber Shp.
Between Bradbury & Wade's and El Dorado
Saloon, California street,
SH AVING,Halr.oultlng, Shampooing, Cur
ling and Hair Dyeing. On (hand and for
sale, a geuuine article o iFish's IIaik Rks
tokativk. and Cristadora's Excdtior Hair Dye
Is prepared to take pictures in every stylo
of tho art, with all thu lata improvements.
If Pictures do not give sntlHlUotion, no
charges will be made. CuJl-ut his new Gal
lcry. on the hill, examiuu ibis (pictures, and
sit for your likeness.
County Treasurer's 'Office
K. S. MORGAN,'Treaurer.
JuckRcnrillp, August 1G. 31cm
DR. CH. DESCH,
Waldo, Josotiiink County, Oon.
Dr. Dchcii is prepared promptly to attend
to the curing of all diseases uccordiug to
tho trcanicnt of I'rof. F. V. Hawaii,, wltlr
out the use of Mercury, Arsenic, or any
Coisonous drgs. For the pmft nine yearn
a has lecn practitioner of wictllclnu alt
Crescent Cityaud is Is well flatlMletl that be
can give stoedy relief to the aHltcted who
may call M.4hn. Ample nrraugementa for
Cold, Warm, Hot ana Steam Uaths.
G. W. GREER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGHON.
(MHce Hi tke Cltjr Drag Mara,
JAOKsoNvn.i.K, Orhaon. 41
. H, LYNCH,
Wbolcsaift-nd Retail Dealer in
Wbmm, yrop A, OordUls,
EL DORADO SALOON,
Carner mt California and Oregon Hts.
afAll orders promptly filled. 3.ptf
SI7 Clay and 514 Commercial street,
between Montgomery and Sansome,
Ef). Binding of evtry description neatly
executed : Blank Books rwlod and Bound to
any desired pattern. 24:y
DUGAN k. WALL.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Brick BHlMIng, Car. Frant A Fatracta.
ORESOKNT CITY, CAL.
WILL attend to tlto Receiving and For
warding of all Goods entrusted to
their core, with pnmintuess und dispatch.
Consignments solicited. Merchandise re
ceived on storage.
Crescent City, April 19, 1802. 1.1
N. B.-No goods delivered until the freight
and charges aro paul. v. x. v.
REDICTI0 OF PRICES
Stoves & Tinware
G. B. DORKIS
Stove and Tinware Shop,
Third Street, between the Exprew
Saloon and Dowell'i Law Office,
Keeps constantly on bund tho best pat
And every kind of
Tin, Iron mid Copncnvarc,
Resides a great variety of Culiuury art
icles too numerous to mention
Persons wiMiiug anything in my lino are
respectfully invited to call und examine tho
qunlity and prices of iny wares.
F.very kind of JOB WORK done to order.
TUy own warn repaired without rbarge.
OKOItGK . DOURIS.
Jacksonville. Nov. 9, 18G1. 4i
M. A. BRENTANO
la dully in receipt of a lurgo
Grocacies & Provisions,
And nil kinds of
He recommends his large, new stock of
CIGARS & TOBACCO,
Toy m& Ttmej Ware.
And a great many other articles too nu
merous to mention, all of which lie
will sell LOW mif. CASH,
Or in exchange for
ITacksonTille, Augustus, 18G2.
LOST SHAWL.-JQn thc27tb October
lust, ly tho undersigned, while
coming through tJio'Canyon, a large woolen
shawl (doulilu) wllh red border, dark col
ore, 'borreti, 'center purplo, with a small
feat in rtho border, was lost. Tho under
slgnsU will pay a liberal reward to any
one who will send the same to tho Skntinkl
Oaice. 8. 1). VANDYKE.
Watch and Jewelry.
TTAS recently received a large and vol
J.JL uablu stock ot
SPRING AND WEIGHT
PE ARL. EMERALD, CAMEO SETS.
Together with a splendid lot of other
Ear-Rings, Finger Rmm,
Lockets, Buckle, Oiasps,
Bracelets, 8teeve Buttons,
All of which will be sold at low r kicks
J. NEUIIER still continue to RE
PAIR WATCHES, JEWELRY and
CLOCKS, as heretofore, in tho best man
ner and with dispatch. All articles in his
line manufactured promptly and with neat
ness. Cull and sec his stock ot the oW
stand, corner of Third and California
streets. Jacksonville. 44tf.
Harness and Saddlery.
THE undersigned would rcspect-iav
fully inform tho citizens ofB
Jackson and adjoining counties r
that he lias on hand and will manufacture to
order All Kinds of Saddlery and
Harness, such us
Heavy Draught Harness (long and short
tug), Concord Harness, Duggy Harness
(double and single), Spanish Buddies, trees
nnd rigging complete ; Ladies' Saddles,
Jockey Saddles, Saddle-bags, Bridles, Sur
cingles, Halters, Spurs, Currycombs,
Whips, Whip-lashes, and nil other arti
cles usually found in n first-clast stock of
ALL, WORK WARRANTED.
. Store in " Sentinel " Building. Call
fornia street. HENRY JUDGE.
Jacksonville, Oct. 22, Y2. 4 1
Inimitable Hair Restoratire.
IT IS NOT A DYE.
But restores gray hair to its original color,
by supplying tbe capillary tubes with nat
ural sut-teiiance, Impaired by ago or dis
ease. All inttimUtntout dyes aru composed
of lunar caudie, destroying thu vitality and
beauty of the hair, and all'ord of thcmt-clves
no drcto-ing. llciinstrcct's inlmltablo col
oring not only restores liair to its natural
color by au easy process, but gives tho
Xa-U.3t-U.XllXXt 33o A-tXtlTf
promotes its growth, prevents its fulling
oil', eradicates tho daudruil', and Imparts
health ,nd pleamutness to tho bead. It has
stood tlw test of time, being tho original
hair-colmin, and is cniiHtaully iucreaciug
in favor. Used by both gentlemen and la
dles. It is sold by all respectable dealers,
or can beprnuuied by them of D. S. Dauvks,
Proprietor. New Yoik.
Two slr.es, flue, and $1. cow24y
Smith & Davis, of 1'ortland, Agents.
Oregon State Inanne and Idi
Drs. Hawtiiounk & Lohvka,
l'hyfelclans und Proprietors.
IN jjursuanco of a law pnwed by the pres
ent Legislative At-Fcmhly, tho Oregon
State Int-am and Idiotic Asylum Is located
in East I'ortKiiHi, in this county, im. Haw
thorne and Loryea, Physicians and Pron'rs.
The proprietors of tho above establish
ment will iu mediately maku additions to
their present buildings, in order to ouer ac
commodations to all who aru unfortunate
enough to need the care, and treatment of
an Insane or Idiotic Asylum.
It is especially requested on the -part of
County Juagcs, guardians, and friends of
this ciass of patients, to have thou imme
diately conveyed to the Asylum, so that
they may be properly cared for before the
iuclement weather sets in,
The indigent will bo supportod at the: ex-
ipnnso of thu State, and no record of debt
mauo agatmt incfi. or iurtucr particu
lars apply to
Drs. Hawtiiornr & Loryka,
Pbysiciune of thu Oregou State insane and
Idiotic Asylum. lnoVlfllw
Portland, Multnomah Co.,Oct. 10,118(12.
, Notice is hereby given ithat John W.
Gearhart, Administrator iof tho estate of
Thomas Godfrey, deceased, lata of Jose
phiuo county, Oregouhas preseutcd his ac
count, and prays.n'dnal settlement of said
estate. It is tuereforo ordered that tho first
Monday in January, 18G!i, lu Kerbyvillo, in
said county, ."bo set for tho examination and
final gettloHicut of tho t-aid ostato, and that
notice be given by publicatiou iu the Sk.v-
c:iNULraercquircd by law,
County Judge of Josephiuecunty.
November Iflth, I8G2. Bit
National Union Anthem.
Sung by Mrs. W. J. Florence, on the oc
casion of the visit of B'lgndier-Generol
Corcoran to Wallrck's Theatre, Sept. 4.
1862. Orchester Instrumentation by C.
WRITTRM lir JAMRS M0RTIXKR.
, God saw the Union !
Make hr,great and glorious I
8hleld her defenders :
Send her 'arms victorious 1
Bless her proud standard :
Strike, wlih thy thunder,
Base bands uplifted
To rend Its folds assundcr !
Ohonu God save the Union 1
None IU ties shall sever I
God save the Union 1
ONE, now and forever!
God save our Rulers 1
Watch over, detent then !
Guide Tho their footsteps
Strength and wisdom lend them I
Spirit of Justice!
Crush Treason's wild delusion 1
Chastls all traitors
O'crwhclm them with confusion I
CVionu God cave the Union, Ac.
Shades (if our Fathers I
Ye Sires of Devolution I
Founders of Freedom
And Freedom's Constitution I
Fear iot I Your children
That priceless compact cherish 1
Legions of Freemen
Have sworn it shall not perish t
VhorutV$oi save the Union, &&
Scenes at the Battle of Corinth.
The correspondent of the NVY. 7V6-
tinr, writkig from Cairo a discriptlon of
the recent battle at uorinth, Mississippi,
says of tho hostile doings, on Saturday,
Oct. 4th :
Tho morning wore on, and for a time
there were no demonstrations on the part
of tho enemy they remained altogether
quiet in the angle of the woods near the
railroad. Presently two lines wcreJormed,
one at right angles to tho other ihc one
destined with its rcscrvo to sweep over the
railroad, through tho nbattis into llie vil
lagethe other with its reserve to attack
Battery Robinett, which wns tlio key to
the whole position. It oneo taken ami
fheld nnd Corinth wns undeniably in reb
el poscssion. The line destined for the
occupation of the village came rnppidly
forward at a charge across the ruilroafl,
over the fallen timber, driving the Union
line before them like chaff. All that grape
and canister could do to impedo their pro
gress was attempted, but still their irresist
able progress was not stuyed. Butteries
of light urtillery pluycd upon their front
and left incessantly ; their colors were
thrice shot awoy; but tliey-cnmo still on
ward, nor halted until they reached the
publio square, and formed in lino of battle
directly opposite Gen. Halleck's old head
quarters. Our line of battle was formed
directly opposite, in the street leading past
Tho two armies advanced nnd engaged
in a terrible hand-to-hand conflict, nnd for
a time the destruction of the Union army
seemed inevitable. Our nrniy gradually
yielded and fell back until the enemy had
nearly reached the Corinth House. 'Here
Gen. Rosekrans rode along the line, und in
a few cheering words revived tho drooping
courage of the wearied soldiers. The ene
my's reserve wus at this 'time directly in
range of the guns on the redoubts to tbe
left, and huge shells begun to drop into
thqir midst, whoso explosion in the solid
masses began to create considerable confu
sion and loss of life. At the same 4Ure the
order was given to "charge bayonets'."
At this command oar brave foldieri
sprang to their work with a wilL fl'bev at-
hacked vigorously, and soon theepemy
was nying across ne puoiio rqiure-ir. wild
confusion. The explosion of tierytuissiles
from tie two batteries added baste to their
movements, and by the -time 'tbey reached
the cover of tho timber 'their retreat be
come a mat. By tlio 'time ,ihis lino was
driven back the other Jlino with their re
serves were well advanced in the direction
During the period of seeming inaction,
when the enemy hod withdrawn to .the
cover of tho 'timber, while preparing ito
makeiUie'twQicbnrgfs M recorded in tho
preceding 'narrative, Gen. Price and 'hjs
principal 6fUcers held a. consultation 'to de
vise waysnd means ta tab the ibntterv.
The imicrtonce pf, Jts ,ppptor was admit
ted, OBC'toe risk and dimjer of the attempt
thoroughly canvassed. Gen. Price would
not undertake the responsibility of ordering
the attack, but called for volunteers. C 1.
Rogers of Arkansas immediately tendeied
his brigade as thu forlon hope, and Col.
Ross his brigade as a support. They
massed their troops eight deep, and ndvanc
under a heavy fire of double charges of
grape and canister. A terrible enfilading
and flanking fire was poured upon them
from every battery bearing in that direc
tion, aided by incessant volleys of musket
ry from the supports of tbe batteries, and
the Union regiments drawn up In line
Sarallel with them. The first shell from
lattery William exploded in tbe centre or
the advancing column, sending tairty or
forty to their long home. Every discbarge
caused huge, gaps in their ranks. An eye
witness of that wonderful charge sajrs'he
can coaipare the elect of our fire to noth
ing but the falling of grain before "the
scythe, litis tremendous mortality did
not effect their irrcsistable onward march.
As sooa s one man fell, Lis comrade
stepped forward in bis place. I doubt .
whether history has ever recorded a charge
characterised by such determined vutor
and bravery. Twice did they approach
almost to the oater works of the battery,
and twice were they compelled to (all
back. The third time they reached the
battery, and planted tber Aug on the edge.
It was shot down, raised again, and again
shot down. They swarmed about the bat
tery, they climed over the parapets : they
fired through the escarpments, and for a
lime it seemed as if tbey bad secured the
victory their valor bad so richly earned.
When they obtained the battery, our meB
who were working it fell back behind the
projecting earthworks, out of reach from
onr shells, and immediately all the batter
ies bearing upon the position were turned
upon Battery Robinett, and on a shower
-of missiles were falling like hail upon the
bravo intruders. No morfnl man could
stand the fire, and they retreated. 8lowly
the brave remnant turned their unwilling
steps towards the forest from which they
slarted, when the order was given to the
two regiments supporting the battery to
charge. This order was splendidly exe
cuted. The (miserable remnant .of troops
whom (the batteries had nearly destroyed
was now almost annihilated. A few scat
tering troops were all that remained of the
column that so valliantly attacked the bat
tery scarcely an hour before. Tho dead
bodies of rebels were piled up in and about
the intrenchincnts, in some places eight
and ten deep. Iu -one plnco directly in
front of tho point of assault, 210 dead
'bodies found with'm a space of 100 feet,
among them the camnmuders of both brig
ades making tbe assault Col. Rogcro
This wns the termination of the engage
ment. The enemy withdrew to the timber,
and shortly beat a retreat in tbe direction
Sanitary Fund AmountRbmitted.
Tho following is k succinct statement
of the amount raised in this county, by the
different precinct agents, for the relief of
the sick and wounded soldiers, and by
them paid into C. C. Bcckman, Esq., and
by him remitted to Hon. A. Holbrook,
agent for Oregon. It is an honorable and
praise worthy contribution. Man has no
higher mission than assuaging a brother's
woe, no nobler impulse than that of active
benevolence for tho relief of tbe afflicted.
Jacksonville, ladvcrtiscd. . .$815 7ft
additional, do. US au
Ashland, advertised $217-87
" Hon. J. Wagner. 20 00
" Mrs. J. Wagner.. 6 00
" (namo lost). 6 00
Mintancto, advertised .... $184 50
" additional 6 00
RockPolnt '20 (
Dar'danells 40 00
Pleasant Creok 49 00
Table Rook 36 00
Bunkum " JJ?
Galico Creek 40 00
Stai-iCiilch 151 00
total this day remitted 2,300 lii
Taking into consideration the ,premium
on gold, tbe contribution frow this county
will be raised to over twecty-five .hundred
Quite a number sub?cribed in the duler
ent precincts, towards this laudablo.object,
who have not paid. Tkey .ran 8ilWbavo
thu pleasure ot paying the amounts either
to Hw Precinct ugenta onto Air. Itoeknmn