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KxTIIA'CoVrKNKATIOK FOR VoU'lCTKKM.
It wus n prcat oversight tliut mir last lp
Mslure diil not nuke n provWon for extra
compensation fnr volunteers, enlisted In thl
Slate, livery loynl State in tlic Union,
except now, ha made provisions for extrn
TmsTnnArtt) Cli.tuiir. A n corrvspon-I
dent of the Adelaide (Antrnlin) (Jiwrvrr i
famishes the Mln'Mnj information In re
card to the CTlllvnlrnn in tobacco, which
It receivinc attentfnn In ihatrnnntry :
In PTtler lo prow tronc tobacco plants.
At the Kplscnpal church, In Salem, on
Fri.hiv vriMilnu. March VUltli hy Iter. J U.
A" Sell wood. Jlr. Sii.vmtkii H. Jknnkii ami
Mi-m i:iu Oavp.na Jonm.
IBSADBDRT & WADE,
"V7CfTxo3.oein.3.o eto Rotnil
.1 ... " . i. II i i
Cmpenallnnrornll their volunteers, dur-1 Knniiii mni re- wen prepum. .....
i trnrlfiMl v.iff fiim In ttnm iril! HiP M-IMI
11'IIKII 1I1 ll.'ll I" - - '' -
" To the crriCAcr asp rrnwASi i-v oi- rovn i
llviox. a Rdtkkvuknt rnn the wiiolk t.
iMtHNvim.K '" Wtifhin$tcn
JUTURDAV KVKMMi, ' HARM 25, IS61.
i Inp their term of service. Orepon should
not he ii n cxrepttun. The full, nvcrnee
enmpemation, Slate and Federal, of pri-
vntcs from Eastern State, is preater than
what Is tcrmcil " wnjres" In the Stntc In
which they enlisted. In Orecnn.lt lsjul
the tcvewr. A lalmrinp man here can cam
nt leant nne-hnlf more than I offered him In
the volunteer service. Patrioti'm nt tin
only Incentive to volunteering In this Slate
The soldier require many article of rob-
I science and comfort that the nrmy repita
lion do nnt provide fur them, nnil for
lhee he mint pay twice the price that I
A leticT from IIUk-mim'
in next Wednesday's pajicr.
The sprlns term
School. Mr. Dabcock
nl or the Diitrlct
teacher, closed yes-
At ln rrfM.-nc" on Ali)l.-imli', in thi
bed. I how Tinitid the liel war tn he i t" eoinitv. nil I ill. I8lh. 1M!:. ill Ihr- .IMn
Huht n l.irpe fin- im Ih- cmmi'il ; the mil i year of In nisi-, Mn fil omit. l,no. Sit.
ll.iH rendered hmeiind Innlili-.nii.l imHy ' Cinclnnntl hiper pl.-n-e copy.
reduced rrv fine If It i not cnim-wnit j
to m ilo n lire, mix the earth with n large i
.into of wood nhe Mini ttimill clinrriil ilii't. j
IJy lliw mean Hi- trmiuel liecitne t 1mm- r .... i..n.l rllllinm.
il,.l ul.nn il.t.1,,.,l. ...e trn.lv Ir.r trniii. CnilJOII Knnil COHipnnj.
nlanllnc. i. eo d i.r.i kliiig fr. m ill- ch- TQTI'K 1 henhy given In
di-n ii.il will nuke tin- grmiml tn rU llml '
eiieli pl.itit will bring with it a pmull hull
of earth hich n'lii.Ht In-iin- tin- plant
priming ; mid it ncKt Ik- lirm- in liihnl
Unit v.iiliig lolmcni plant require
careful liiiii.lllii.-. It i li-ller to haven Inrp
nt it.nw ix-
(hullotv liti-ki-l or l.x to enrrv the
in uIk'ii trun'pl.iiiiing. n by thl
paid for the rame nrticles in the Alnntte J the plant iln mil l"e the Imll of tiirili or
Sinio TlHitnlr nl IhnStnlfln tliUcnci gel nriileil rn miii-li n II tuken III me
(Tnmmnn JnMloe requlr thnt
Fnntanmn. Pet-r Ilmche nnd John
Toun? nlnrled. with fmir-lmMe wagon, for
It-d IlhifT llil morninp. Tlwy intend
bringing upring pond fur S.ich llrrw.
CoDrnn, nwnnl by Mr. V. C. Myer.
of Mt. Vernon ranch. i tlie largest, heiiv-
Irtit hone on the FaciGc coiAt. Weight
The Hopne Jtiver Wnpnn Hn-id An.
r'alion nu't at I'lircnix tinhiy. Wc will
liavn a rcpirt of their proceedlnpj In
We fallded 10 receive n Ich-praphlc d's
patch last tiipht. I'rnhnbly tli wires are
flown. Anxiety Ia on tlp-toc lor new,
from Fort Ilinl'nn.
The nlmot deertl uttllneM of our town.
Indl&ile thtSprineit fairly upon ti. nnd
that Farmer anil Miner arc (tailing iime
thing of luWrwt to occupy their time clio-
W. II. A. Inn furnliheil us with a vain-
blc communication on the importance of
wagon road to the Nortliern mines.
VT. II. A's. style of writing would make
oven the dryet of snhj:t agreeable.
notr.Tlt4 citizen ofTHhleKoek valley
rmvii cnnttmctnl a cco.l nilnlnnllnl magnn
roil from Cbavtaer'a free bridge to Earn'
Ctcik. Tho wlililug to iit the Wlille
Sulphur Springs in the that vicinity will
now find It a pleamnt lirhc
it shouhl puariintc1 In the soldier liie pay
ment of such nn additional sum, n ttnuhl
make hii compensutlnn equivalent to tin
ordinary wages of liie country. Wp lie.
Ikve that if this subject Imil neeii properly
brrmght before the IecWatitrc. at lis Iat
sewlnn, llml bo.iy would Imvc promptly
nlrtl an ad.lliinnal conipermitinn of from
five lo let) dnllirs permonlh, to our worthy
volunleers. lint, unfiirlunittety. that was
not dune, nnd there is nt present no remedy
f.ir the evil, unle by subscription (rom tlie
mnnied patriot of our Slate, who would
lie wilhnp to take the clwnce- of being re
paid by net of a future I'pisluture. 'Ilii
plan ha Inrn proiord and ndvocntvd
by the Vimn ami other northern Orepon
kikt' lint wc nre not aware that inonied
men liuve respnndetl. There Is no doubt
in our mind that a future legislature
would return, with interest, nny sum! tlwl
might be advanced fur that porpop. Ore
gon ii patriotic and loyal, and will follow
the tiohte example set by her sister Slute
of the B-isi, in contributing nn udditlnnui
sum to the support of her volunleers. If
our regiment to be filh-d, prompt action
is neeetfiiry in this miller.
Tln-s-ed IkiI Mug mule fine wiih the
rake, bike these. il and mix it well with
len timrs (by bulk) u much dm-iiirth mid
iil.f Tlii-eimlili- vim In sow thi-m-iil so
thin thnt in drawing liie large plniits you
do nil di'llirb the siiiiiIIit ones Tlie
linliler iif-Tlii' CiHiyon Ilnad Com-
puiv ' tiinl IIiitp will lie a merllng or nlil
cniiimny. hi-lil at the nfllrc of S F. Ctiad
wick, in Ilnii-iiiirg, I)iiiig1acnuiily,(lregn.
nt thrrt' o'clock, r v.. no Mo ul.iv. tin till.
'''V ilnv of Mm. A P. ISnS fur the nirpne of
i-li-ri lit. Il tvcinrv. mill irnnmipillir. tlii rn.it
plants rr, Imiiia-M of the Compiny.
iwiiiis i; OUIJKC IIR GO.
A A HON HOSK.
S. F f'llAIUVIGK,
J. II. IIA1MCS.
Mi-mliers of said Compnnr.
March '-'JSf.rj. iinii'jg
ATrOItNKY AM) H)U.VSRLOIt
grmiiid Iw-ing piepnnil. nnd the Hid well) V.! XjA"W,
in .Mil a iliri-cit-il. iimernl In sow. tiiku-p j d XI) SOI.UMTOIt IN I'HA.VCKUV,
riirp in enller the ivd n iqunllr n pnsi-
b"e. Do imt rnke in ihe S"l. but plvr liie
Uil n slight b tiling with Ihe b.n-k nf the
n-tile. nnd that tin- earth dm- nnt ne
with the sKide. The time fur snwirg I in
September in An'trnlia. rorriipniiding to
March here I-I the s-d lull Ik- in u
hi'lli-nil situation. When the nlnnl nre
about the size eobbigi- pliiuis iMiiiilly are
ut lrnnplaiiiing. iiK'miioti mnv commence,
miking chuice nl n cloudy liny r rnn n
rainy day fr ih'-busIii'-'S. The prnuiiil Tor
tin- crop mut lie wi-ll worked nnd well
miinun-il with ilecnyed miiittre: nnd it is
bcller to have two hingli-s, or niher phces
nf llmW, nbniil six inehefi high, tn slick
on end in the ground ni-rling im-r the plant,
mi a to prnbcl it (rum being eoirlinl with
the iiiHiuilny sun, or uipiMl ullli llif morn
ing's fnt. A liglit. sanity soil suits il.e
Inlncco well. If wo-leil iiihI iiiiiiiiiihI. In
nimiln-r cominiiuH-ntiin I will explain the
Sumuiir culture nnd gniliertng.
Will prnmpllr ntti-nd In nny legal
liiilin emnmiit.-d to hi care.
OJfitt in Sail m e I huilihng,
Our friend are rcqucsti-d to pay
up within the next thirty days, a
we nre pnlng In-low tn purchase our
Spring Goods, and must have
JacUmvlltc, March 21. Unn. 41
Sold OtT Mr. G. H Dorris has sold
Mt hi slock of stoves nnd tinware In
Messrs. Iive k Ullper. Mr. Dorr'ui has
beeo, Ihe-e several year, reading law, nnd
he now intends to d-voie hi whole time
and attention to the study of that profession.
Strkrts Mr. John Ililper t proving
himvlf a vtrj Industrious nnd energetic
Btreet Commiinn-r. Already ha a id,
well gradrtl road lieen contrucieil nrnund
the hill to the Cemetery, and California
street been surveyed, preparatory to prad
Corrrn The people of Del Norle
county, California, nre sanguine that rich
ind Inexhaustible, mines of copper are des
tined to,- mike their county weailhy nnd
popninm. Heavy capitalist have Inter
en. i.iiiiiH-nCT in i lie leans, and many
thposands of ton of copper will betliippn)
irom Urescent UUy th- coming summer.
Spni.-n One would think
was played out in the vicin-
' of thU favorite old mining camp, to
a'the many long strings of sluices thai
a daily sending the heretofore well llllnl
II lo seek a reling place below. The
ne soil that ha piven the hmbandman n
:h yield of wheil, rwts, peas, "nnd tilings,"
ow pays tlw mln-r pood remunerative
apei. If Ihe water there would last the
year round, but few would think or the
Turk Vkmrx One of these very ne-
il Bocielies have hen orpaniwd, nnd bids
I ir lo Income a thriving, permanent insti
'Utlon of our place. A few months prac-
ice in their pymnastic exercises, under the
ntelige of Profl. Arnnhl, will make a
physical mauorth- most antl.verlebrated,
spavined, knock kneed, or how-legged Indi
vid. Long may the Turoen flourish I
A couple of "road agents," as the thieves
and hiphftuymrii in the northern country
nre callnl, recently succeeih-d in running (T
seventy-nne Government mules, from Ft.
Walla Wnlla. Mown. Miller and Creigh
tnn piirAiied nnd overlook the villnlns
near Fort Okanogan. They were camprd.
when discovered, nnd engagetl in cooking
brcakhist. The party, coniiiting nf n man
nameilSchnebly.ofwi Sluhbs.nm.in whon
name is unknown, and an Indian lierdjiniii.
A light ensued. Miller shot the namelrs
man dead. Creiphtnti snapped his gun at
Slubb. wlm succeedeil in cutting Creigh-
tnn shphtly with a bowio knife; then Mi!
ler shot Siuhb through the shoulder,
whereal he turned tn fL-e, when Crciphtnu
gave him a dead shot. Iiiving tlie dead
rubbers wliere tliey lay, Miller and Creigh
ton collected the mules, nnd reluming met
Capt Curry and a party of Oregon Cav.
airy, who luul been dispatched in pursuit,
tn whom the mules were turned over.
A Dalles correspondent nf Ihe Ortpo
man, to whnm we nre indebted fur the
ubove, also writes the following :
A porly ol miners were recently coming
dim n Snuke river, und near tlio ferry, on
the llm nnd Auburn null, were making
a potiapv nrnund a rapid p'nee in the river.
while two or I hem were at the lower emi m
the rapid, tno others, nl Ihe oilier end
were set on und murdertd by a party of
Inili.in, nml tliiriy-lwo ounces ot goiu
luken from their baggage.
Lieut. Hallnran savs the Mountamttr
hsk bren ent to Warm Springs Iten-rva-tion
t" protect the Indian (!) ugainil Ihe
Snakes. Oitgon Statesman.
Tlie Lieutenant probably sent the Aoun
lameer man there on the supposition that
he was death on " Copperheads." Some
of his incantations against the I'rcsideut
would charm them.
Fuksidknt and I'koi-lk. Some peop'c
says they uri; willing to sustain the Govtrn'
mtiit. but Ihey nre opposed to ht Admmit
t rat ion. They have not confidence in the
ability nf Mr Lincoln. The difference be
tween the Government and ils Administra
tion I exceedingly abstract ; we are unable
to see how one cm be sustained without
upholding the other The President can
not lie removed without impeachment or
revolution : the former can be done bv Con
gress only, the latter by n majority of the
people in Ihe loyal States. Holh measures
are impossible, for the more important act
of tlie I'rrsidenet have been eudorsed by
both CongreN nnd the people. If Ihe Ad
ministration fails of supp.irt, Ihe Govern
tncul at ooce goes down. Mtrcury.
The lied Illufl" Imltptiulenl ironically
term the seizure nf the pirnle schooner
Chapman "iinnlber liipli-hiiiided nulrnge:
Selling the (Yntiiuiinn und the Ileclaro-
linn of IiHli-tjendeiw at defi-nce. the lain. -,,; injSIVIUJi h-r-torore conducted by
iniisnr Ali Lumilii Iwve ugnin violently. I siii-iav vm i rvmiiir: . rv
nnd with rnabiv Mlnrelhoiight seil il upon ! wl Ik- eoiilliutnl nt the old Hand, tinder
und ciimWiied lie priuvrty of humble. Hi- firm mum- and shle of SMIBM VN &
DIhsoIiiiIoii of CiMinrtiicrxlilp.
rpilK COFAIfrNKUSlIIF herelnfore
X existing iiinli-r the mime and six le nf
Fim:iAN. w(ii,i.i:.viii:iig .tco..i.this
day illnlviil by muttinl cnu-eut. All per
nio linl'lit-il to the lal" linn are retpie.leil
In niuki- iynn-nt to SIDIIMAN' & WOI.
I.HNIIintO. wlionreuuilinriK-1 to N-ttletlic
lMi.ni--; and all ii-rnn Inning claims
ngalii't the firm will pre lit tin' nunc for
iKluUUlinu. II. J SIDHMAN.
Signed II WnU.UNIinitG,
Canyonvillc, Opt)., March II, 1HU3.
boots & shoes,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
Tobacco & Segars,
All of which will lie sold nt low price,
for GASH, or desirable IMtODUCK.
nlwciire inn! pmceful citix-iv. wlm have
iH-vvr done nnyihing worse thiin commit n
llfle Ireiismi Thai mint griicimi writ of
llnhtn Curpui will of counx- le- drmaiiih-d.
Good D-mnenilic jntirnult "Hi Ik shocked
ii' such nhrlimry nrresls, nml guard curt
fully ihe Ciiniiiutinmil right of there
nuhrliiii.ite iiidiviiluals. Hut from some
uiinccnunlnhle reo.n then.' jnurimls lime
rem lined mule n yet In regard tn the nfT.iir,
owing pmlmlilr In their ninnisliinent nnd
indignation, thnt the Coutilntinn has been
agnin knocked into smithereen."
Ik a Tioiit 1'i.aoi: The San Francisco
pip-rsnrenf the opinion tlwt the pjrlies
wlm filliil out the schooner Chapman nre
either pintles or sple, and should lie pun
ilied ns one or the other. The Ma re
marks; If they produce h-tler of marque Ihey
have incurred the iviullv of deiilhassnie.
und no retaliation can lie predicted on
their i-xeciiiion. There Is nn fentnrrs of'
mililnrv law more fully understood than
tlii. If on the miter hand, they do not
produce a teller of m itqne, ihey are pi
rates who got up a plundering expedition
without (he color of niithorily from any
nuarier. ,iiii Uavis cannot inierlere lo
ward off punishment from them in nny
cae, utileM he numes the championship
nf piratesi und rolitit-rs every wliere,
A man named Marble, residing near
Vimcomer, went out one evening Iat week
with his gun, tn discover the couh; of n
furious burking nf his dog. a short dis.
tuuee from Ins houv. Not returning,
search was nude for him. nnd next morn
ing lie was found dead, without nny mark
of violeocc rm Ins person. Il is thnuglil
lie died from disease of the heart, hastened
by smhb-n fright, as it wa supposed ho en
countered a panther or some oilier of the
wild beaU which abound in the neighbor,
W()I.I,i:Hi:itn wln-re a flue Unok of
cloth i.(s k uitoci:itu:s
w III Ik- found on hand and for talc mi the
moil ren-iuiiilili' term
Sieuil II J FtPr.MAV.
mhJ.1w2.SH II WOI.LISJIIF.ltO.
ALL DH-SCItllTIONS OF
AT KL'DUCKD RATF.3,
To make room far FALL STOCKS.
; A Chuice Selection of tlie
J- liver nDirn-d in this market, embracing; "J
il unities of 3'
'. lilui-k, Gri-tii ii.Inpiiiifhe, :
; In bulk, pnicni nnd caddies, nt '
'. prices lo suit tlie mwt particular. .
Sacramento. 24 lli In Ihe Senate tlie
Northern Delegation reported in favor of
the Oregon Railroad Survey Dill.
A large silver bar. broupht from Reese
River, now on exhibition nl the Ophir sa
loon, has created great excitement among
the " feet men."
A man named Josenh Rice iliani(-nred
suddenly and mysteriously, last Thursday,
at Portland. Foul ploy is feared. Stattt-
AND GOING- NORTH.
Oder tu sell his entire stock of
All those dehirliig Iltir
gaiits KhiiiiliI cull Iin
lUL'llitttvl)', oh lie will
close out forthwith.
All who think that
tht-y huve heretofore
puitl too much for
GuoiIh, should cull ut
II. HLOOIM'S STOKE
und get even.
A FRESH INVOICE OF
SIIOVKLS. RUIIHI5R HOOTS.
IJLASTING POWDER AND FUKIt
HAY und MANURt: FORKS.
Messrs. Wm. Ilvbec nnd Jas. Clucuce
have bought a one-third interest in thei
Jewell qoartz lead, paying therefor 83,000. 1
COME ONE, COME ALL
Now is Your Time
As lie positively intends
SELzirG orr at cot
Jacksonville, March '.B, 1803.
For tSitvXo tit Gout s
20 Steel-point PLOWS, complete,
of vurious sizes r
10 cast Plow-points ;
2 setts exlrasleel MouhMSnnrds,
Points und Lund Bilk.
2 patent Straw-Cutter ;
C large Iron Kettles, for farm use.
The nbove will be exchanged for door 4
the market price.
URADHURV & WADE.
Jacksonville, Oct. L'U, 1 faC2. atif
BRADBURY & WADE.
THE CITIZENS OP
PIKEMX AND YICIMTY
Will find it to their advantage to
purclia'u of us, as wo i-imll keep
ou baud a good supply of
FANCY AND STAPLE
FOR SAI.R AT
Vie will take nil detcrlnttons of Prod no
that can be disposed of without a loss.
UKADBURY & WADK,
Pbceulx. Oct. SOIL.