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Wholesale t Xl.otM.ll
AND ALSO IN
Liquors & Tobacco
New Goods ! ! !
FALL & WINTER
WE take pleasure in nnnnnncinp to tlio
public thai we Imvc just received u
larger, more fusliiomlAc und better selected
.FANCY AND .STAPLE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
than any ever before brought to this
Groceries ! !
Groceries ! ! !
WE have jus t op'ened the best and larg
est 6tock of
Wines and Liquors,
CIGARS & TOBACCO.
41 QUICK SALES-SMALL PBOFITS"
we feel confident, will guarantee to us the
continuance of (he patronage with which
our customers have hitherto favored us ;
nd the addition we have now nude to our
former line of trade, will, we hone, secure to
s the balance of 4 he trading population of
this town and vicinity, to mi t wnom we
promise prompt and polite anew ion.
Please call und convince yourselves.
Mr-All sorts of marketablo l'-oduco
(taken in exchange for (roods.
Jnckwuvttle, Oct-. 20,1862.
TOWN AND COUNTY.
School ExintTioN. The exhibition
given by the rcholara of Mrs. MeCullj's
school, at the Court House, on Inst even
ing, wns n flue affair. The fjicrcbcs con.
ststed of singing, composition-, dectumu
millions and charades. The singing, eon-
dueled under the superintendence of Mr.
Dunlap, was spirited, niiiinuted und full ol
harmony. The compositions showed n
considerably proficleney In the sciences nf
grammar und rhetoric, together with some
considerable native skill in the art nf com
position. We hope after this, in similar
exhibition1, the young ladies may till have
sufficient courage to rend their composi
tions themselves. The salutatory addresses
by the little pirls were well limed, nnd spi
cy. The declamation by Master McCully
was animated nnd patriotic. May the sol
emn injunctions of the immortal Sto
ry be heeded ! There was u little too
much sameness in the charades ; but, save
ing the occasional low und indistinct ut
terances of some of the young ladies, were
well performed. Without detracting any
thing from the excellences of the others, we
give the palm to "Em." After tho con
clusion or the school exercises, the Rev. M.
A. Williams, having been called out, made
some well-timed remarks on the importance
nf n high order of female education.
The audience was largo, nnd seemed to
be highly pleased with thu evening's enter
tainment. Willow Spmnoh. The following Is
from " Emigrant." He comes " down to the
work " this time. He says : ' I have pros
pected extensively In the gulches and creeks
in this vicinity, and I (iud gold in paying
quantities in nil of them. There arc about
two hundred miners in this camp some nt
work with rockers and making wages ; oth
ers preparing nnd wailing for water. 1
saw Crooks & Co. wash Irotn four wheel
barrow louds or dirt seven dollars. If they
hud plenty of water, their claims would
pay from ten to sixteen dollars per day to
thu hand. Very extensive preparations
have been made for winter in (lutnes, ditch
es, tnil races, etc. I think, from nil that I
can sec and learn, that this is ono of the
finest mining cumps in Southern Oregon.
The diggings ure generally shallow, und
the dirt pays from the top down. Lot the
rains descend, nnd the sharp ring of over
two hundred picks will muke music iu the
gulches und creeks in this vicinity."
Quartz in Joski'iiikk County. From
nn obliging correspondent nt Allhousc, Jo
nephinc county, wo have received thu fol
41 The first successful quartz mining com
pany, in Josephine county, commenced op
erations at their mill, near Mr. 0. Ouniard's
place, on the 22d Inst. The Compuny have
ndnptcd the nume of " Enterprise Quarts:
Mill and Mining Company," and from up
pearnncc of their operations in general, they
arc justly entitled to the name. Their
lode, from which they obtain magnificent
gold-bearing qtinrtz, is undoubtedly the
most extensive of any yet discovered iu
Jackson or Josephine county. Wo hope
(nnd thero is not the least the doubt in our
mind, or in the mind of nny other person
who has visited their ledge) thut the Com
pany have n fortune. Hurrah I for Enter
prise; but especially for Jumes Curtain,
F. and A. M. Tho officers or Warren
Lodge- No. 10, for the ensuing Masonic
year, are Alexander Murtin, W. M.;
John S. Love, 8. W.j John S. Drum, J.
W.; Hermun Bloom, Sec'y ; Henry Judge,
Treas.; E. (I. Sessions, S. D.j G. W.
Greer, J. D. On tho evening of tho 27ih,
after tho ceremonies of tho installation of
Lodge and Chapter officers, the Craft ad
journed to the U. S. Hotel, and there faith
fully discussed the bountiful fare of mine
..-. ,i m -. !
I. 0. 0. F. Elkction Installation.
Tho following named persons were elected
officers for Jacksonville Lodge No. 10, on
Saturday ovening Inst : Jus. M. Sutton,
N. G.j Wm. Ray, V. G.; Geo. B. Dorris(
R. Sec'y ; George Funk. Treas'r 5 Silas J.
Day, Perin't Secretary. They will bo in
stalled on Saturday night next.
A recipe for being universally beloved :
Lend, and never nsk to be paid ; make pres
ents, give treats, near and lornear.uoevervi
body n good turn, noid your peace,. ntf
suffer.yoorwlf to be -cheated.
AfFRAY at Olympia, W. T. On the
25th of October Inst, says the Oregonian,
nn attempt was made to burn the buildings
b -longing to the Paget Sound Agricultural
Corripany, in Lewis county. W. T. The
Overlnnd Pres, edited by B. F. Kendall,
in noticing the matter, spoke nf a man
named Horace Howe, ns being the Incendi
ary. On the 20th. Howe met Kendall In
Olympia, nnd struck him over the head
with a small hnd stiek. Krndall retreated
across tho street; Howe followed; Krn
dall, still retreating nnd still pursued, drew
a revolver, nnd fired four shots nt his an
tagonist. The third shot pnsrd through
the cartillagc of the tenth rib, on the lelt
id nnd entered the bowels. Howe's re
covery Is doubtful.
Prksiiirnt'h Mhssaok. Wo huvo re
ceived the Xathnnl Intclligenccr,oT Dec. 2d,
containing the President's Mcsng We
have carefully compared it with tho copy
telegraphed to the Associated Press or
California, and, so far ns substonec is con
cerned, the difiTerence is not material. So
far as tho style nnd composition of the
message is concerned, the variations nre
frequent and important. The hist para
graph, in particular, was wholly recast by
the telegraph, loosing thereby much nf its
beauty and force, although returning its
A gentleman observed an urchin who
had it targe slice of bread in his hand, und
who wos crying very bitterly,
My son," he exclaimed, " what nro you
crying iibnut ?"
" Mother won't boo hoo on put nny
butter on my bread boo hoo on !"
"Oh, is that nil?" saiil thn ueutleinnn.
"Unme. dry up your tears ami lie a man.'
' It ain't so much the butler," icloited
tho little urchin ; " Its the disposition or
the old woman 1"
Tho Latest Conundrum A wretch drop
ped into our sanctum yesterday, and per
pi'rintcd the following horrible conundrum:
What German Profis-or does General
Pope resemble? BeVe wo could reflect, he
cried out, Proftssor Lie big. and suddenly
disappeared down stairs, followed by n
At tho resilience of U'm. Hoirman, Exp,
Iu this town, on the With December, Kiiwaiiii
I'. Hand, of typhoid fever.
Tho funeral service were had nt tho houve
of Mr. Ilon'mnn, this morning. Tho de
ceased, wo lenm, wns n uativo of ludlnnn.
nnd came to this country iu thu year 18.r:i.
He has n brother iu the service, in Captain
Trunx's Compuny, nt Fort Walla Walla.
Mr. Hand was a young man of spotless moral
character; modest nnd una'sumlng in his In
tercourse with others, ami nn honored nnd
consistent member of tho Presbyterian
Church. His death wai sudden and unex
pected. SPECIAL NOTICES.
I. 0. 0. F. Iacksoxvillk Loikik No.
10, holds its regular meetings every SAT
UllDAY KVKNIXG, at their Hull (Mo'
Cully's Theater building), nt 7J o'clock.
Ill-others in good standing nro cordially
invited to attend. E. F. Russku., N. G.
William Bay. It. Sec'y.
OREGON CHAPTER NO. 4,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS,
JACh'SOX VILLI), OltKGOiV,
Will hold its regular communications on the
Flint SJntunlny Kvc. of Evury Month,
All sojourning Companions in good
standing nre cordlnlly invited to attend.
W. II. S. HYDE, II. P.
Jab.T. Glknn, Sec'y. dee8;47
Warren Lodge No, 10, A. F. & A. M.
A HOLD their regular communl
wVrcations tho Wednesday Evenings on
Vor preceding thu full moon, in Jack
ALEX. MARTIN, W. M.
II. Bloom. Sec'y.
RYAN & HINDE have now for sale,
a good stock of every variety ol Merchan
dise, nnd will bo pleased to ceo their
friends, whether they witU to buy goods or
Call at their Drlck Store, on California
street, opposite tho United States Hotel.
Jacksonville, Sept. 27, 18C2. 37tf
Special Notice, All who know them
selves indebted to tho undersigned, either
by noto or account, will please cull Immedi
ately and settlo with E. F. IIusskli. (of
Jacksonville, Oregon), Notary Public, who
hi fully authorised to receive, and receipt
.'. By go doing, you wlit,CQufcc a
md save yourselves cost. r" v
g. w, qtipn.
JackKQUville, Og'n., Sopt. Mh,
J. A. BKUNNEK & BROTHER
The undersigned, having purchased from
J. A. Di tumir & Drolhcr their entire
Stock of Merchandise,
Now otters the same for sale nt
Greatly Reduced Prices,
Tho stock consists of
Drj & Fancy Goods
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And. In fact, n varied nsorlmont of
article' pertaining to the General
LADIES nnd GENTLEMEN
please to givo mo n call, nnd examine
the Goods and learn tho Prices, before you
make your purchaser.
Do'nnt forget tho place the Urick Store
heretofore occupied iv llriinner ,t Itro.
Jacksonville. July 111. 1WJ2. 27
WE havo this duv sold our lock of mer
chandise to Mr. Man Mu.i.ku. Emm
our friend and patrou- we would solicit
for Mr. Mri.t.KU a coutiuuane. of their lib
eral patronage. J. A. RKUXXKIl & l!RO.
.laek'-onvlle. July 12lh. 18(12. 27
Juiup-Off-Jo, Josephine Co.
A. rcSHER & BRO.
TTfOUIil) respectfully Inform tho citizens
TV Josephine and adjoining counties Hint
they have jut established a llrnnch Store
mi Jump olt'-Jo, consisting of a general as
Which nro oll'ered for sale at as low prices,
and LOW Kit. than they can lie obtained
elsewhere iu the county; but for CASH,
and only for cas-h, or for marketable pro
duce, o- Call mid sec us. und convlnco your
selves ol' the good quality of our merchan
dbo and of thu lowuess of our prices, be
fore purclmt-iiig clr-cwbcrc. It la no trouble
for us to tliow good.
A. FIUIIKR BRO.,
P.... M INwi'i'iil-imi A irint.
, ..... i.w.,,. ..-......, ..go...
Dec. 10. 182.
M. A. BRENTANO
Is daily in receipt of a (urge
Groceries & Provisions,
HARDWARE, Q LASSWARE,
And all kinds of
lle recommends his large, new stock of
CIGAR8 & TOBACCO,
Toy and Fancy Ware.
And u great many other articles too nu
merous to mention, nil of which he
will sell LOW FOR CASH,
Or In exchange for
COUN'I RY PRODUCE.
Jacksonville. August 2.'), 18G2.
THE undersigned, present owner of these
mills, would notify tho public that hu
has secured t o services of an experienced
miller, and will furnish tho
Very best article of Flour
in c.Nchaugo for wheat, at the following
rates, to-wit ; For each bushel nt good
wheat, thirty-six pounds of ilour, two
pounds of millings and eight pounds of
bran. ALLKN I'. FAUNIIAM.
Jacksonville, Dec. 25, 18(52. tf
NOTICE.-JOSEPH JACOBS is here
by appointed my ugent, to take
charge of the Englo Mill property, in Jackson
county, and is authorized to trantact nil
business connected therewith, nnd to col
lect und receipt for all debts duo me on ac
count of any butducsa connected with said
Kagle Mill property. ' Dated nt Koseburg,
Ogn.,Njr 10, 1802. JE86B ROBINSON.
Nuts, and Raisins
At the very Lowest Prices to
J!I A BRENTANO'S
WK beg to inform our friends nnd the
public iu general, that we have m
hand and are constantly receiving from our
senior partner, residing in Pnris (Kratiui.
Iiy every steamer, a largo and choice selec
tion of 'French goods, consisting of
Benvcrs, Ontftilcs, Doeskins,
Velvet, Cashmoro and Silk Vesting;,
Of the newest styles. Also,
Furnilnrc Plushes, Hi 1 1 In rd CIoIIih,
Hattcrs' PliiBlies. Trimmings
M. LANZENBERO & CO.,
02G Clay and 031 Mougoinery ft.,
18 rue Ncuvc St. Kuslneho, Paris (France).
TXrCountry order" received and prompt
ly attended to, nnd also orders for all pant
of Kurope. dec I limit
Is 75 Per Cent. CHEAPER !
Than any otiiku kind op not'K Why '.'
rh:c.u:si:, Compared with any other Kopo of
equal strength, It Is f;om Koi'lt to hi
times MOIIK Itl'KAIII.K I
ItKCACSK, it Is KOUTY per CCtlt. IKIIITKIll
Ukcavsk, it Is less than ommiai.h the diame
ter, and only onk-sixtii of the utti.K I
Okuai'sk, it Is nvt: timkh thu strength of the
same sixo of thu iikmi' imi'Kt
Dkcai:sk, It does not stiiktcii or siiuink, iu
dry or wet weather 1
Ukoai'sk, it does not ausoiiii watkii, nnd
double its original wkiuiit!
Ukcavhk, it is ns I'i.iaiii.k as the other ropt
of equnl strength 1
Wire Hope is tho only kino of Unpe
that can bu used to aiivantaiik. for hoisting
f i om deep shulls ami inclined planes, lor
long l'ump Hopes, Derrick Guy Hope-,
Ferry Ropes, etc. etc Those who havo
once given our Wire Hopes u trial, will vat:
so othkii. nt nny price.
Circulars giving scales of weights and
strengths, prices, testimonials etc., will lm
forwarded by addressing tho mnuufac
hirers, or their agent Ihruuuhnut the State.
393m A. S. HALL1DIE & CO..
Clny Mlrrctl, Han Frnnrliro.
LOVE & BLUER, Agn't. Jacksonville.
II !!- II -- - ' ' "" ' -
fdr $IOO Ucunrd! yr
For any caso of Syphilis,
iu any stage, which Du. Lt:
Riciikau a Goi.DK.v Daijiam fails to
cure. No comment Is necessary on
this medicine, it stands entirely upon iH
own uncqunlcd merits ; It has cured thou
sands who havo waited haudsomu fortune-,
and will cure thousnuds more. Golden Ual
sam No. 1 for llrst and second stuges. such
ns sores upon tho legs or other parts of llio
body, sore eyes, etc., etc. Golden Hnlsam
No. 2. for Tertiary, Mercurial mid Syphilitic
Klicuuintism. Price. $f per bolllu; upon
receipt of this sum wo will ship to uny
part of tho State. Nonet:. Wo huvo no
agents for this medicine, nnd nro sole pro
prietors and manufacturers. All ordeis
must be directed to iih to obtain tho gen
uine. Observe well tho manufacturer's
name upon each inside label. We guarantee
a perfect and lasting cure. RIC1IAHD5A.
WHITFIKLI), Importers, Whnlc-nlo and
Itetail Druggist, Corner of Clay and San
homu streets, San Francisco. Also, Sob
Agents for thu Celebrated Si'axihii Ami
doth, a preparation ueverknnwn to fall,
for tho euro of Gleet, GouorrlKca, Ir
ritation, Gravel, nil Urinary do
lungeinents. None genuine
without our circular of
Golden lialsam wrupp-
39 edaroiindlho bottle, .tin 3p-t?v
Inimitable Hair Restorative.
IT IS NOT 4 DYE.
Out restores gray hair to its original color,
Ity supplying tho capillary tubes witli nat
ural sustenance, impaired by ago or dis
ease. All ituUiiitancous dyct are composed
of lunar cffiuffV. destroying the vitality and
beauty of the hair, nun atl'ord of thcmsclve
no dressing, llcimt-treet's iuimitublo col
oring not only restores hair to its natural
color by an easy process, but gives tho
promotes its growth, pruvents its lulling
off, eradicates tho daudrutf, nnd Imparts
health und pleasantness to tho head. It ban
stood tho tes of time, being tho original
hair-coloring, and is constantly increasing
in favor. Used by both gentlemen nnd la
dies. It is sold by all respectable dealers,
or can bo procured by them of D. ij. Baulks,
Proprietor, New York.
Two .sizes, COc. aud $1. , . eowJUy
SnriHk EUtt, of Portland, Ajfeubi.