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O. .TACOII9, r.tlltor.
"TOTIIK KI-TIUAOV AX1I PKUMAXKNOV III' YOlill
UXKIX. A GoVIUIXMKNT I'llll TIIK WIIOI.K IH
tMitsiv::s vni.v:.'' Wanhinffton.
SATURDAY EVEXIXIJ, .lAXI'ARY 21, 1F61,
It liecntntfl useful ever mill iiimn to lake
a brief view of our military nittiiilinu.
First, us to Virginia : The intelligence
that " All is quiet on I lie Rappahannock"
bus tiopn llnsliiil over the win so Innir mill
w rcpeaiully, t lint if n change Is ninth', wc
wo fi'iir the thing called Democracy will iK
nnutico that change ns tiueiui!lllulinniil !
Ilttt, notwithstanding I lie imminent danger
of this ginvo charge, the latcM intelligence
rtrongly indicates tin approaching move
Incut. It is f-iiiil that Lie has ilclnehtil
fifty-five thousand Milditrs from hisanny.
nml ecu I them ftuilhwnrd, to check llu vlu
tnrinii.s Ro.-Tcraiis. It is highly probable
that a huge Dumber of nliel Mildicrs have
been mil In Richmond, with a view to fc
cure, if possible, the inligriiy of the differ-t-nt
milium! lines connecting the reltel cap
ilnl with the Cotton Slates proper, Gen.
Filler, sonic time ago, si rinuMy damaged
one of thci-o railways, am I now threat
ning, with n largeiinil well-appointed army,
to do more serious ilnmnge, !T not lo enter
Richmond itself through its southern gate
ways. Willi the view of ilefenting Foster's
contemplated operation. Lectins liecn com.
pelted In semi a large forcrt ol his veterans
to Richmond, To checkmate this move
incut, it Incomes necessary for Ilurnstilc to
move. " Maleily innclivity " is no longer
wisdom. The llnal conflict approaches;
the decisive honr hastens.
Colonel Carter, by his clever execution
or the bo'tlesl.nnd grandest act of the war
his recent ilcst Miction of the railroad
communication in Kast Tcnncucc has
rcndiiTil the situation of Dragu's forcis
dei-perate, and virtually rcdci ins that much
oppressed Slate. Ros-ecrnns, at latest dales,
was pressing Rrngg's ilel'eated forces, ami
nnotherliatt!e in the vicinity ofTuilahoma
may have hcen fought ere this. This place
is Kcvcniy milts southeast of Nashville, on
Rock Creek, in Ci'lfie county, Tciin. The
Jn'tishville and Chnttanonga Uailroad inter
reels the McMinnvillo and Mnnchcsttr
Railroad at this place. It is forty mill s
from Mutficcsboro. On tho 14th, Rose
crans' icar guaid was ten miles lieyond lliis
latter place. He has hud ample time, up
to the present writing (ihe 23d), Id airive
nt the second promised bnlllc-ginund. His
army has heen largely reiufoiccd since his
last fierce encounter will) Ihe enemy; and
the prestige of his former victories, con
nected with the enthusiastic reliance of his
veteran soldiers in his ubiliiy, render him
Veil nigh invincible.
The army which, through the precipita
tion of that restless and chafing hero, Ueu.
Sherman, was denied a victory at Vieks
burg. has since won lain els at Arkaw-iis
1081, capturing from five to m-vcii tlious-
a nd prisoneip, with immensu quantities of
wur material, and has passed on to the
Cupital of that Slate, which, ere this, is
probably in the possetsion of the Union
Tho exact situation of Banks, with his
heavy column, is not accurately known.
He is supposed to be above Rulon Rouge,
approaching Vieksburg. We think ii
probable that, when Banks comes up from
below, McClcrnnnd and Grant will co-operate
with him; and that, when all things
ore ready, not less than one hundred and
fifty thousand troops will pitch their tents
around the doomed city of Vieksburg.
Thus it will becomo a trap in which, il
taken, many thousand rebels will he caught.
The Government, feeling its ability to take
the contumacious city, as soon as till things
,re ready, may designedly bo leaving the
doors open, to decoy into the trap a3 large
a rebel force as possible.
If there is anything discouraging in Iho
situation n't present, we do not sec it. We
presume the growlerB dp, however.
Sknatoh Nksmitii. We pubhh, In this
Usui", the remarks made by this honorable
gentleman, on Saulsbury's resolution of
Inquiry ns to the imprisonment of cerlnin
citizens of Delaware. Senator Nrsmilh
voted for that resolution, but he p'aced
that vote on proper grounds. He did not
mean to ccmure the Administration by
that vole, or lo deny power lo it to proceed
in I lie future as it had proceeded in the
pint on that subject. " Where is the ue."
h neks, " of your furnishing men, urms
n'ld money to prosecute a war against the
South, if you permit your own eiliz'iw to
furnish all the aid and comfort in their
power to th' enemy, and to give them all
Ihe information they can obtain ?" Tho-e
who furnish uid mid comfort to the
enemy are trailors, under the definition of
tren-wn ns contained in the Ciiiitiliitinri,
mid can be rightfully arrested and confined
by the military aiilhorities of the Govern
meat. It is absolute folly to attempt to
successfully carry on militnry operations
when spies and informers are permit led to
roam over the country with impunity.
Tliey promptly notify the enemy of eveiy
Intended movement itguinU tliem, thus en
abling them to repel an attack, to
strengthen n weak point, or exposed posi
tion. They can count their slnuL'htcrcd
victims by thousands, and yet whenever
one of Ihein is nrresled, the secession sym
pathizers nuke the laud ring with their in
sane howling. Whal'sllu! mailer ? Why,
one of their own number has been vuiitfhl
in his hellish machinations niraiiwt the ninj
esty of law. and the intecrity of the Gov
ernment. That's what's the matter. If
a Union man, living wilhin the confines
of Ji IV. Davis' military despotism, i nr
icslcd, -ei'iP aired and imprisoned, for the ut
terance of Union sentiments merely, these
cents, with all their boasted love for per
snnal liberty, and hatred for what they de
nominate Arbitrary nrrests, nre in silrnl
as (lit voiceless grave. Why is il ? The
crumbling utterance and dark inueadoes
constantly falling from their lip, speak lite
reason with a logic ns inexorable and con
elusive as thai which demonstiatCR the ex
istence of u God.
Tin war-bond ircntieman who was sent
in Charleston, from Oregon, to make the
Senator'! illn!rnnn piedeccssnr Picsideni
of the Unitril Slates. U no less n person
riiie llian Brigadier General Limerick, a
good Democrat, and now an officer in the
lebel army. The Democracy of Oregon
lose on" vole by this rebel's absence. They
lately lost four more by the departure of
Fcnl. Patterson. Sank Owens. Tom Tike
and Tom Biley. from Portland, to join the
rebel nfniy. The hUclUpencrr commend
them to its friends in Iho South ns men of
" good game, who will make their mark
wherever they go."
Saxitaiiy Fiixn. We publish tho fob
lowing receipl for Iho benevolent purpose
of removing nny unhnppiivss I hat may
cloud the minds of the suspicious :
Uxitkh St.vtks Sanitadv COMMISSION'.
Now York Agency, 498 Broadway.
R'ceived Dep. Hi'li. 1802. through 0.
G. Ueeknian. I-'sri , from the citizen1 of
Jacksonville. Oregon. Iwmty-niitp hundred
and thirteen dollar and forty ccnK b"ing
n contribution to the support r.T ihe Com
sion appointed bv Ihe United Slates Gov
eminent, lo pmiee.t the Santlaiy interests
of the Volunteer Fwces.
GKonrjR T. Rtrono.
Treasurer of Commission,
The wholo nmount contributed to ilrs
patriotic fund up In Dee. lltli. was SiiCO
291. Or this nmount '193470 was con
Iributed by tho people of the Pacific coast.
.Tost So. Several weeks ago the seces
sion ( Democratic) sheets were p mul
ing the name of John Quincy Adams as an
authority, not only for the right of seces
sion, but also nn authority against the
right of emancipation as a military meas
ure. Tho Union papers completely ex
ploded iho falsity of the assertion, and vin
dicaled the character of tho dead patriot
from the foul assertion attempted to be
east upon it, But what cottrso is pursued
by tlieso patriotie(l) sheets? Why, they
turn round and say he is nothing but an
old ieuerali9t anyhow ! Try it i
Eloquknt Kxtbaot. We copy below
on extract from a speecli made by one of
iho Democratic, mcitber of Congress.
lately elected from New Jersey, nml whosu
election "southern syrripat'i'zers " nre re
joicing over ns an evidence t lint the people
are repudiating the Administration. Let
a man utter such patriotic sentiments in
Oregon, nml he will be reviled by the mis
named " D monracy " an " one of the
blackest of Ihe Black Republicans:"
I am nn American by birth and convic
tion, and would strike down nn nt"ii-siu
again1'! this Government as I would one
nuuint mv mother. I would defend il
nguiiwl a Union or a Gaul, and fur mure
would I protect it from n pirncidal hand.
My friendship and feelings were with Ihe
S"iilli before this war; but when my
.Southern friends beeatne the enetniis of the
Government, tliev also became mv enemies.
I urn for the nmst vigorous prosecution of
the wnr, and the iisp of every mean to
achieve siicecs. I like the Prisidenl's
Proplnirmlion. nml ir I have any fault to
find ut nil it is becaiwc it i not strong
enough, mid its action is delayed too long.
1 1' I pnii'd. T would liherulp every slave in
Stall or Territory, and proclaim lln-m free
Ihi day forever. 1 believe in the abolition
of slavery n a wnr uvuiarc. T trust that,
under this Proclamation, wo shall succeed ;
under it we can iiwerilw on our banner,
" Union nml Libert v."
A nit am Dkiiorx M"(. Tliis gentlemnn,
formerly n law partner of Mr. Reed of this
place, has been cotninissionul, by Governor
Yittea, of Illinois, n Stales Attorney for
the 21st Judicial District in that Slate,
Mr. Bergen is well posted in nil there
qtiirmt'iils needed to fiil his important po
sition. Mr. Bergen needs but to be known
in be appreciated by those competent to
judge. May honors gather thick and fast
Coi'i'Kii Oiik. Our old friend. I). 0,
Lewis, Iiiih sent us some very fine speci
mens of copper ore, taken from the Crnik
shank Vein, at Rockland. The vein is
owned by Mr. L'.'wis. Our wish is his
IIkSi'Kaks. A young man named Alon
Z'i Giles, of San Francisco, wlin has been
dumb for eight years, was restored to
speech suddenly alter a violent fit of cough
ing so say California papers.
Sk.vatoh. Up to (lie la lest dates from
California, there had been no election of
United Slates Senator. Tho conte.U lies
between Phelps. Sargent ami Conness.
. The rebels in their late attack on Harts
ville. lost three hundred in killed, wounded
and captured. It is lepnrtcd that L"iig
street lias superseded Bragg.
L. Sacks. This gentleman, of the firm
of Sachs k Hrn., lelt for San Francisco, on
Sii'KXKss. There hu been considerable
sickness in this town and vicinity of late.
It is principally colds, neuralga and fevers.
J. Roiiixso.v. This gentleman, late
owner of Ihe Fugle Mills, notifies those in
debted In him to pay up.
Stiiavki). Read the new advertisement
of Mr. Hanly ol this place.
ciwiii inn iiii Minima
On tho llllh instant, by T. S. Perkins,
K-nj., nt his residence. Mr. Jnil.vG. Duiciikii
and Mrs. Ann Guuiiii, all of Josepliiuu
STRAYKD OH STOLKX.fioin
the. rtt-iilenco of the iiudeNumil. fsMfk
near Jackennville. on or tilioni the
t. 1 I
ltltli dnv of December la-t. TWO LIGHT
S(JKIU'!r COLT.; both with white Miipcs
on the forehead. Ouo is a lust-i-pring uniru
colt; ihe other is a two-year-old horse unit.
I will liberally jew aril any peioa who
will bring said colls lo me. or inform mu
where ihey are. M. 1 1 A.N LIS Y.
Jacksonville, Jnuiinry 21. 18(i:i. jan21-iS
NOTICF is hereby given lo all persons
inileb'cd lo me by note or Bool; uc
count, lo pay tint sniuu (o my ngeat, JosKi'ii
Jtcoiis, on or before Hid loih February,
ISiiIi; olherwisu tho saiuu will bo placed in
the InuuLs of an attorney lor collection.
Kaglo Mills. January 2il. WW.
Jncksonvillo Feiuulo School,
fTTNDKR Iho Miperlntenili'iice of Mas. J.
J vi, .mcUiim.y. will open a live months
term, commencing on Monday, January,
Kuglish Coiu-n. five months SI I no
Piano, eight dollars per inotill -10 (10 '
Drawing ami iiaiul tug i lit)
MRS. J. W. McCGLLY.
Jncksonvilk', Ogn., Juii. 1-J, ISG.'I. aid
Bargains ! !
Bargains ! ! !
Offers his entire slock of
WINTER DRY GOODS,
For Cush only.
The consists, in part, of
LADIES' Woolen Shawls,
CLOAKS, HOODS. NUJUAS,
French Merinos, Cnaluiacrcs,
Delaines. Poplins. Trimmings,
And all kinds of
Of which 1 have u large stock on hand.
I will nlso sell all other Goods nt VKR-Y
LAD1KS ANiTgKNTLK.MKN' are
cordially invited to come nml examine tuy
stock before purchasing elsewhire, as 1 con
sider it no trouble to show Goods.
Jacksonville, Jan. 10, 18(i'-'. janlOtf
WK beg to Inform our friends and the
public in general, that wu have on
hand and are constantly receiving fioin our
M-uhir partner, refining in Paris (Franco),
by every steamer, a large and choice mjIcc
tiou of French goods, cotislhtlng of
Heavers, Oiululcs, DoosKins,
Velvet, Caalimoro and Silk Vestincrs,
Of Ihe newei-t f-tyles. Abo,
Furniture Huslit's, lillliunl Ciolhs,
i:tc, i-;ic, Ktc.
M. LANZENBERG & CO.,
GiiO Clay nut! tittl .Muugtiuiery ft.,
18 ruo Nenvu St. Kttuehe, Parln (France).
pn-founJry nrder received and prompt
ly aiteutleil to, and also orders for all pans
of Hurope. deelilinit
M. A. BRENTANO
Is daily in receipt of u largo
Groceries &. Provisions,
LIQUORS, t WINKS,
II A RD WA UK, G LASS WARM,
And all kinds of
Ho recommends his large, new stock of
C1QAR5 & TOBACCO,
Toy and Taney Waro.
Ami a great many oilier articles too nil
uierotw to meulioii. all of which lie
will Mil LOW FOR CASH,
Or in exchange for
COUNI RY PRODUCE.
Jacksonville. Augut till. 18(2.
EAGLE MILLS !
Tlll'3 iiuilerMu'iieil, present owner of these
mills, would notify the public that hu
has securi d tho cervico of an experienced
miller, and will furuhdi Ihu
Ycry best article of Flour
in cxchaiigu for wheat, at the following
rales, to-wit : For each bijfhul of good
wheal, thirty-lx p-.iitts of Hour, two
pounds 'of middlings and eight poiuM-iof
limn. ALLK.V F. FAUNHA.M.
,laeniivlHpt Dec. 2j.lSC2. If
1UST received l.SOO pounds of Oiuxuii
l Coiintv llriTim. of recent importation
via tint Mhmuu. It is an extra article, per
fectly (. uml well packed, in p-sekages of
llio pounds; which will keep anywhere,
and U superior to tho greater portion of
so-called frcbh butter.
E. C. SFSSIONS.
With Hradbiirv A: Wndo.
Jack-on ville, Nov. 5 Hi, 12.
BRADBDRY & WADE,
TfJaoloWvlo eft JEtottxlJ.
BOOTS & SHOES,
hats axriD o-CLrE,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
Tobacco & Segars,
U LASS WARE.
All of which will lie pold at low prices,
for CASH, or desirable PRODUCE.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF
AT REDUCED RATES,
To make room for FALL STOCKS.
: A Choice Select inn of Ilia :
r Ever oflVrcd in Ibis market, embracing H
varieties of 3
lllnclc, Green & Japanese, '
! In bulk, papers and caddies, nt '.
.' prices to suit I lie innM particular. !
A FRESH INVOICE OF
silOVELS. RUDHER ROOTS.' "
1JLASTINO POWDER AND FUSE
HAY and MANURE FORKS. .
2j02. 3,1o cvt Coiat:
20 Stcel-point PLOWS, complete, ' .
of various sizes x
10 cast PInw-poinis ; '
U sells cMra Hieel Moald-Roards,
Points and Land Sides..
2 pnlenl Slrnw-l'miers ;
G lurgu Iron Kettles, fur farm use.
The above will be exchanged for Hour at
the market price.
BRADMURY .t WADE.
Jacksonville. Oct. 211, 18(i2. 34 tf
BRADBURY & WADE.
THE CITIZENS OP -
PlKEiMX AND VICINITY
Will llnd it to llioTr ndvnntngo to
purcliase ol us, at. wo i-hall Keep
on hand a good tupply of
FANCY AND STAPLE
rOR SAI.K AT
"Wo will take all descriptions of Producu
that can bo dir-po-ed of without a lot.
DRADRURY & WADE,
rhteul.v, Oot. 3'Jth.