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California Strrti, JoctownYlUe,
DEALERS COWORKERS IN
TIN, SHEKT IRON. COPPER.
LEKD 'AND BRASS,
HAVE juflt rccclvcil from tht Atlantic
States ntul Sun Francisco, ia complete
htock of everything In their lititvtttid will
1;ocp constantly on hand nn ftSaorlinent of
t!io bM Tin, Sheet-Iron and .Copperwnro.
lltas Pipes, Hydraulic Noxzlos, Force
Pumps, Ulmlns, ijpmi ripe, nose.
1 1 IV1U) W AUK, C UTLKRY.j .N A
liar, Plate and assorted Itoh 5
Faints. Oils, Sizes and Glass:
All qualities of Powdur;
Shot of nil number ;
Uriishos of every varlctyc.fCtc,
Also, always on liand,.n largo lot of stoves
ol assorted sizes. " Uudk'sTntont Cooking
Stove," and Hie " New World Stove," the
two very best and npprovod patterns in the
world. 'Parlor, Olllou Mid Cabin Stoves,
fancy nnd plain, constructed on latest fuel
Kivlng plans. Hollers, ICottbs, Pols, Pans,
.and every tiling connected with these stoves,
warranted dnrabl'i mid perfect.
All articles sold by them or manufac
tured. WAUKAXTFD. Their work Ir made
of tin' best material and of choicest pntterns.
i!SOOrders attended to with dispatch, and
filled according to directions, in every
thing, their stock is the Inrgost nnd best
ever brought to Jacksonville, and they are
determined to sell at low rniccs nut cash.
Call and examine their stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. Juno 211. lfi(!0.-2:i.
Agents for llalliday ,v. Co's Wire Hope.
QTATK OK OIIKGOX, COUNTY OF
O JAJKSON".-n tlio Circuit Court
if the State of Oregon, for the county of
FiKi.Dixa T. If 1111,1:11, assignee of Gko.
F. IIlllt.KIt, w. Stjuiiti: I). IIowaiid.
lllll In t'liitiiret-) fin' Fnrrclotiirc or
Whereas, in the Circuit Court or tiic
State of Oregon, for tlio county of Jack
son. Fielding T. Ilibler. assignee or Geo.
F. Ilibler, complainant, has llli-ri his bill in
equity, to fnrccloo a certain mortgage set
forth therein, on the following described
tract of laud, to-wlt : Donation laud claim
number (18) forty-eight in township No.
(III!) thirty-six south, rnngu (2) two west,
containing (Hit) 22-101!) one hundred mid
sixty and twenty-two one-hundredlliH acres,
lying nnd being in Jackson county and
Statu of Oregon; and the said complainant,
by liU solicitor, having tiled Ids allidavit,
felting fortli that the defendant, Squire I).
Howard, is a uon-re.sldent of this Slate;
that tliis suit is brought on a contract on
a promissory note and mortgage of the
mid defendant to the snld Geo. F. Ilibler,
assignor of (lie complainant ; and that the
defendant is interested in the event of this
nilt : Therefore, in the nanio of tlio people
of the State of Oregon, you, the said Squire
D. II own ul. are untitled to appear in said
Court. 011 the 8th day of June. A. I). 18li!l,
and answer (aid bill, or thu samo will be
taken for confessed, and the prayer thereof
will be granted by the Court.
Ily order of the Court.
WM. HOFFMAN, Clerk.
II. F. Dowki.i., Sol'r for Compl't.
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK
State of Oregon for the County of
Dr.ACKM.vs, Howard & Co. is.
A. J. HiNCKi.i:.
Bill In Chancery to Foi-ft-liHu ?Ioilnif;e.
Whereas, in tlio Circuit Court of the
Stnto of Oregon for the County of Jackon.
U10 complainants' in tills cause huvo Died
tlieir bill in equity to foreclose a certain
mortgage Fd forth therein, upon the follow
ing described tntct of laud, to-wlt : u cer
tain laud claim or Rnnch situated on Ap
plognto Creole, in Jackson County, about
tivn mill rnnliiilf tnili'M illsliint fmni U'ull;.'
Sawmill, in Towm-hip thlrly-nliie. south
range II west, being a half section of land, to
11 ii...i .
getlier witli thu dwelling house, out build
iugH, fences, and all other improvements on
Kiid land claim ; and. tho Mild complain-
nnls'liaviiig tiled mi allidavit, showing that,
tho mid defendant is a unn-rcfident of this.
State Therefore, in tho iinuio of the)
peopl". of the Statu of Oregon, you. tlio snid
A. J. Ilinklu are notilled to bo and appear
u said Court, on the 8th day of June, A. D.
1Hfi:i, nd answer complainants' bill, or tho
Miino Mill bu taken for confessed mid tho
iprayor thereof will bo grnutcd by tho Court.
Jty order of the Court.
InilillwS WM. HOFFMAN, Clerk.
lli'.y.u A-. Gaston, borrs tor Coinprts.
IN the Circuit Court of tlio State or Or
cgon, lor tliu County of Jackson, June ,
iVrm. A. D. IHiw.
J, JIk.niiv Hiu.Kximocic, Compluiniuit, vs.
KWZ.MIKTII FlIANCKS UlM.K.NJIKOCIC.
I'l'tltlOII fill' lllVOIX'C.
To Kliznhoth F. Ulllenbrook : You are
hereby notilled that the uhuvu named com
jilalnaut has filed Ills petition in thu Cir
cuit Court of tho State of Oregon, Air tho
county of Jnckfon, praying a dissolution of
the bonds of matrimony now existing be-
Iween you, and for tho euro and custody of 1
John Henry, and Mary Klizabeth, tlio issue
ot your sa'hl mnrriagu with complainant.
Now, uului-s you bo and appear in tlio court
til'oresnld, nt the term thereof to bo held at
.1 icksouville. on Monday, the 81 li day ol
J me, A. D. lHlill, mid answer the complaint
in thlscmiM) Hied, tho same will betaken
for confessed, and thu prayer thereof will
,b' granted by tho court,
DOUTUriW' FAY,, Sol's lor Compl't.
Spring Meeting of Jackson County Jockey
The following purses will bo run for over
Thursday, June 4th, 1863,
And continuing three days.
vrnsT day's hacks.
Parse 35100 Single dash of onn mile,
free tor all. Entrance ten per centum.
Yurse 55100 aiuo day mile heats, 2
in :i. for three-year olds. Entrance tea per
KKCON't) DAY'S HACKS.
Purso 95200Milu heals, 2 in '.), free for
all. Entrance ten per centum.
Ptirso $50 Nimc day single duh of
one mile, freu for 'all Indian, Spanish and
half-breed horses. Entrance 10, to be
added. Catch weights.
TIIIHD DAY'S HACKS.
Purse S250 mile heats, !l in f, free for
all, to carry 100 lbs. on each, excepting
three-year-old colts, who carry catch
welgh'ts. Entrance $100, to be added.
?J3- The above Knees are to be governed
by the rules of the Metario Course, except
ing such alterations as are herein mode, in
all case", three to enter and two to start.
JOHN'S. DRUM, Prest Jockey Club.
Jacksonville. Ogu., March 111, 18ti:i.
Inimitablo Hair Restorative.
IT IS NOT A MIL
Hut restores gray hair to Its original color,
i by supplying the capillary tubes with tint
sustenance, impaired by ago or dis-
All twtriiiiitwcow! 111 ex uru eoni lusi'ii
of Inwir rititftic. destroying the vitality mid
beauty of the hair, mid afford of themselves
no dressing. HcinHrcct's inimitable col
oring not only restores hair to its natural
color by an easy process, but gives the
promotes Its growth, prevents its falling
oil', eradicates the dandruff, and imparts
health mid plenanlncs-t to the head. It ha
stood thu test of time, being thu original
hair-coloring, and is constantly Increasing
in favor. Used by both gentlemen and la
dles. It Is sold by all respectable dealers,
or can be procured' by them of D. S. Daiixks,
Proprietor. New York.
Two sizes, Title, and SI. eow2ly
Smith t Davis, of Portland. Agents.
Sale of School L,ntitf.
OTICK Is hereby given, that in pur
suance of an order nf the Hoard of Com
mlssioners of Jitrkrou County. Oregon. 1
will oiler for salu to the highest bidder, at
the Court lloue door, in Jacksonville, on
Saturday, .'UMli day of May, lSiill. between
the hours of!) o'clock, a. m.. mid I. o'clock.
I'. M.. tho following described School l.iniN,
to wit: Section Sixteen (Hi), in towic-lilp
118 South, of Range 1 West, excepting m
mueli of the lauds in said seetiou as are cov
ered by valid claims ; said lauds to be
offered in -ID acres tracts as near us may be.
Terms : Onu fourth of the piirchnso money
to bo paid on the day of sale, and the re
mainder in three cmutl annual payments,
bearing interest at the ralo of ten percent
per annum, to be f-ecurtd by notes witli ap
M. A. WILLIAMS.
Superintendent Common Schools, Jackson
April nth, 18;:i.
IN TIIK CIRCUIT
Stale of Oregon
Jackson, Juno term, A.
Mary Cnssiday r,. Mnrtin V. Cnssulay.
Petition lor 1)1 voire.
To Martin W. Cassiday You mo hereby
nolilh'd that the plaintiff. Mary Casslday,
lias filed her petition in said Court, prayiue;
for n divorce and dissolution from thu bonds
of matrimony now existing between said
pirties, and nil' thu custody of thu children,
i it1 i It II .in ,lt it r ttt III Mill Wftti)
rv,,,., , Vau nV r.T.m,. , n
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18(13. mid answer tho said petition or com
plaint, the samu will bu taken for coiilVm-d,
and the prayer thereof will bo granted by
O. JACOI5S, Sol'r for Comp'f.
April 1.1 8I!2. wf
COUNTY COURT, of Jackson county,
May Term, 18GU.
I11 thu matter of thu estato of JosKrn
G. Diks. deo'd.
Notlco is licruby given liiat S. 1. Taylor,
ailmiuistrntor of said estate, has filed his pe
tition, praying for an order to sell tlio real
estatu belonging to said deceased ; all per
sons interested in said estato are notilled to
nppcnr in said Court, on Wednesday, the
,'ld day of June, IStiJI, and show cnusu why
an order fw the salu of said real estate
should not he granted.
JJy order of Hon. J. C. Tolman. Co. Judge.
WM. HOFFMAN, Clerk.
May 4, ISM. tnay-l-lw
N OTICK is hereby given to all persons
indebted to mo ly noto or IJook ac
count, to pay tho samo to my agint. Josm'vJ
.i.U'oiw, on or oeioro M l.illi ioirniuv.
18M: otherwise tlio sauiu will bu placed in
thu h.uul.-i of an attornev for colleetiou.
Per JoKi'it Jacoii-1.
Facie Mill". .Tmmnvv 2:td. Wi:.
iSUPKUIOU SADDLKMULKS lor
salu by S. COLVJOU.
(iabiinr.'Marcli 17th. 18(111.
BOOKS. All the Slumlord Works for
side ut the TAlUtfTY SWIM-
DRAKE'S PLANTATION SITTERS.
They purify, strengthen nnd .i .ij )i u .
They create a healthy appe ''
They are nn antidote to chip 'water
They overcome effects of dissipation nnd
They strengthen tlio system and enliven
They prevent miasmic und intermittent
They purify tlio breath and acidity of
Tliev cure dvsnenla and constipation.
They euro dlnrrhuM, cholera mid cholera
They euro liver complaint and nervous
They are tlio bet bitters in the world.
They make the wenk man stroiiir. ami are
ciftutitfeil iitilurc'x ortut irstorcr. They lire
made of pure St. Croix Kutii. the celebrated
Culisayn Dark, roots and herb, and are
taken with the pleasure of a beverage, with
out regard to ago or time of day. Particu
larly recommended to delicate persons re
quiring a gentle stimulant. Hold by all
Grocers, Druggists Hotels and Saloon".
P. II Duakk V. Co.. New York.
2.y Smith & Da vis, of Portland. Agents.
TO DONATION CLAIMANTS. It has
become an object of much importance,
botli to the Settler and the Government, as
well as to the nubile generally, that thu
lues and Tl I LWj to iu Ai iu uninis
llshed : and in order that this desirable end !
11 iiiiniiiPiiiut riiiMiiu ..- i. ".' .'-"":
may bu accomplished with as little delay as
poslble, wo hereby request that all dona
tion claimants in thu billowing town-hiH.
who have not yet made their Until proof, 1
taken the Oath of Allegiance, and paid for
is-uing their linal certillcalt-s, do so wiililu
nliielv days frotn date. viz. : T. Ill S. U. (i W;
T. :t.".'S. U. 1 W: T. :B S. It. 2 W: T7.tr. S. II. I
7 : T. Il'i S. I!. 1 W'.i T. III! S. II. 1 I! : T. i
:it; s. it. 2 w.: T. :ti!S. R. :t w.; T.:u; s. is.
i W.: T. :n: S. II. r v ; T. :ui s. 11. (i w ; T.
:n; s. U. 7 '.i T. :7 s. 11. 1 W.: T. :t7 S. h.
2 W.: T. 117 S. II. 0 W.; T. SIN S. II. 1 W.j
'I . ;wi H. J. I I'; ; 1. : ft. if. 1 .: r. 0.
It .". i T. :!S S. It. 7 W.: T. li.S S. It. 8 W.:
! .:t!i M. I '. T !!)?. If. 1 K '. T. :t!l. It .'
W.; T. :iil S.lt. 2 I-:.; T.It'.iS. It. 7 W ; T. IS!) S.
K.8 V: T.-IOri. .2 H.; T.I0S. R.7 W. After
which, we will paM on to the coiiiddcrulion
of other tnwiishipx, until the whole shall
have been gone through witli ; preparatory
to reporting to the (Jommlioner ol inu
General Laud Olllce.
JOHN KliLLY. Register.
GKOUGH K. 1IUIGGS, Receiver.
Land Olliee. Ko"burg. April 7, I8li:. Id
I. I). ILUW & Bill).
Are now closing
tlioil' SlltirO StOCk Of Dry
Goods, Groceries and
I Polk county; but we have other proots ol
"Pvftirieinma nh t'l'lfi VtaTir ' 1I superioritv a" a stock horse in this conn
a.rOVlS1011S, at -cue V ei X ty, In the superiority of his colts, bred by
-tj. Give us a call, at the Post Offlco
Duilding, rDiner of California and Oregon
streets. April 111. 18C.2. llq
Harness and Saddlery.
THIC undersigned would respect
fully Inform tlio citizens nf
Jackson ami adioluiu counties
that he has on hand mid will manufacture to
'i III I
order Ail Kinds of Saddlery
llarness. sucii as
v niii 111 es. rsuu e-u us. iriuie.. rji r-
cimzles, Halters, .Spurs, Currycomlw,!
l't.i..B Vlii.l,iulins mill nil i.lln.i- iiplt'
..-.- -, - ,,
olca usiiallv lound in n first-clast stock of '
ALT, IVOllK WAIlllAN
Store in " Scnlinel " Duildinir. Cali-
rn-.,t Bw.t. IIKN'HY JUDGK.
Jacksoin.''le, has thoroughly repaired it.
and erected 1
Now & Jmiu'ovcrt 3Iaciiiticr'9
which, from ti.v experience in constructing
tlio saiau, as woll as in manufacturing Hour,
warrants 1110 in sayj-'g that thu Oregon Mill
can nnd will do hullcY wor
than any other
Mill in tlio Yalley
KVHHY SACK OF MY FLOUR
WABUANTKU "A NO. I."
Jacksonville, April 11, lSlil). 'J2:tf
17 A "IT T? TVTTT T C I
MiAXy Li ill IVIUjIjO I
TDK undersignen, prckont owner of tljeso
mills, would notify tho public that bu
1 .1.1 I... ... ! 1
Heavy Draught Harness long nnd short "J iiired help, Hn.ts. Drayage. Ac:. I JIUGCIIKS AND CAKUIAGF.rf.
lug), Concord Harness Doggy Hiirness ll(l(;,,Hi'nry to carry on Ids business; but no For one or two horses, to let on moderato
(double and single), Spunish iadilles, trees f,-,nu',., jjiercliant. tuecliaiiie, or any person, i terms. Also, good saddle horses and mules,
nnd rigiring complete; Ladies' Huddles, im n xti 0 (nuc Ids own labor as so which they will let to go to any part of tho
Joekev Saddles. .Saddle-hairs. Dridles. Sur- ..owl. nv"ni.nBn finm his income. country, on rensonablu terms.
lllo, Oct. 22, 'ti'J. -1 1 nicrci. .vc, t iney mvii g n.r j ,"'" ! State of Oregon for the county of Jackson,
Oregon 3VCili. 1SJ5T 5 ilSi S i. - . .
.. . . , . . . ... . ,..,.,,.. I .unroll. .Inmi'a n !ii'iilro and
TMi umlcrslgneii Having leaseu 1110, mav nu no iiisputu witu inu Assessor. - o - -"". v,,, y
.. lY..cl,t. ,.(,, MIIW) II.-,, inlli.u fi'iii, All rm-um-,itlfilia lllllkl llnillinl llirCO I) IT JJlllllWin J?CIIS, ll I'.
" k iiriiiiiuiuii J'liiii inu i iiuiii wm iiwimiwn 1 -v mvmmv ...., , -.
lias secureu inu mtviui-h hi uii VApenuiiueii ilu nilimillt lllipald.
miller, and will furnish tlio . ll0, ,iivldual of any Hrm or partner-
Ycry bcs( article of Flours t nmk
iu exclmngo for wheat, nt tliu following 1 ap25ia23 TT, S. Assessor for Oregon,
rates, to-wlt: For eneli bushel of good u. s. Ass'r's Ofllco. Portland. April 0. 18IIJI
wlieat, thlrty-siv pi.iii.ds of Hour, two I "- " - "
liounds of middlings mid eiuht pounds of
....... A l.l.l.'V I." l.'APYII.lU . I-
Jaekonvillo. Dcu 2.ri. 18li2. tf
neatly .oxpqulcd t '
For Company "G.
To Servo Throe Years, unless sooner
Will be paid after two year's service,
or sooner if the war Is ended.
THR Company will consist of one Cap
tain, onu First and one Second Meuleii-
1 ant, onu First Sergeant, one Quartermaster
.Sergeant, onu Commissary Sergeant, live
Sergeants, eight Corporals, two teamsters,
two Farriers or lllackMnlllis, one Saddler,
lone Wagoner, and suventy-eight privates.
Total. One Hundred enlisted men.
IlATtiS OF PAY :
Including imv for Horses.
First Sergennt (per month) $.12
All other Sergeants 2!)
Farriers or lllacksmitlis 27
Privates and Haulers 2ft
In addition, thu men will be furnished
with clothing, subsistence, quarters and
medical attendance. The nllowanco for
clothing is threu dollars nnd lll'ty cents per
month. When nu enlisted iiinn draws less
than his yearly allowance of clothing, he
will bu entitled to the difference in money.
The men will bo enlisted n privates. After
being mustered into the service ot tin; on!
,wl sle 1U n,,po,nment of non-eoininls
Hloned onicers will nu matte.
Enrolling Office at Jacksonville
Dullsted men will bu sent to Camp Uaker.
in small parties, at Government expense, to
be drilled and mustered into the service of
the Fulled Stales, when arms mid clothing
will be furnished them.
WM. M. II AN J), Recruiting Officer.
Jacksonville. Jan. 28. lSliit. jan28lf
1 Tho Imported French Draught-Horse
! MON 11MAUT. will stand Tor
mares inu ensuinir se.ison 111 Bf,v '(.y
' Samuel Culvers. Gasburir. the 'JJ-Jrf
(.ciisoii to eniniiienen on tln LNUiL
, llrst day of pril and ending on the lira day
of July. 18li'J.
Terms.. Ten dollars for slnglu leap; $20
forseaou: "5111! to insure.
! Description. Lion Heart Is n beautiful
ilaru iirowu. lr-A nanus uigii, ami weighs
rjou poiiniH. jiecomniues in a remariaiiie
deeree those great essentials of a good horse.
1 ri:r. jmicer. tjirnl nnd Imttimi, witli a docility of
temper peculiar 10 tins iioine race 01 norses.
Pedigree Lion Heart was sired by im
ported Lion Heart: Ids dam by RaMiaw,
owned mid bred by It. llruso, of Montreal.
Linn-Heart took the tirst-premiuin at thu
nriuulpal Fair of Lower Canada, in 1837, a
light draught. Wo coulldeutly recimmeiid
1. tm irf Hi,, luiw! riitiilclup In tin, Mlntn! Iitu vn
. periority as a stock-horse has been Ihoroiiuh-
I.. ......I If I 1 ,.. al.t.. C?...... I" l.tn jl1..
jyVHll'illrlli l III nun nuiii:, uni' 111 .nr twii."
taking tlie llrst premium at thu Oregon State
I'lilr lust vear. as award to Daniel Gull', of
.1. Piukliaiii. V. II. l.'ray, .1. Wrisley, .1. u.
jTolman. J. Hill. A. Uockafullow, II. Amer
1 man. V. lloeMin, mid in fact all who have
Sloclf-ralsers are invited to call nnd see
Pasture will bo furnished on reasonable
teiuis to mares from a distance.
SAM U Kb COLYKIt.
Phienlx. March 18. 1 still. tf
V. S. Income Tnx.
TIIK LAW CONTKMPLATKS THAT
hi'itv nun shall nay 011 all net prolits
in ,i (li'f- 500) derived Troiii any soureo wiial
'over. A person Is nllowed to deduct all
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Thu Inconiu Tax is to bo paid on tlio in
rninn il' lint vonr pniniiiiiUciuir Janiini'V 1st
IStf-', so that on tho evening of December
such as Dividends audi ilallrond Uondsniidj
Stocks. Insurance Stock, Savings I anus,
centum before declaring their dividends.
For 33acn.xxa.X3lo s
a mnu in business must maku up tho nutt
profits of his business for tlio year, and pay
tlio tnv nn tln fiiiimint lets SfiUD.
i A man may, outside of his business, spend ,
nil and even mpro than his prolits In tho I
Ditsiness ; nevertheless nu niusi pay ia. mi
all nett hii'Iuess prolits except the Sfiul). (
And so with a salary, all over SHOO must
bo taxed, though pergonal or family ex-,
penses consume it all.
The Income Tnx for tho year 1802 is as
1 sessablo on tho llrst day ol May, I8I1.J, nnd
iJflduo nnd payablu on or beloro tlio .loth
June, 1 Still. And any sums duo and unpaid
' I(1 ' (i fo(en uys nrter demand by tlio
c:oll.tor five per centum will bo added to .
' U'""l "u I . .
. ai.J-.i-- .1 .vlt.. His Ollll. Inntt fit: ntni'iu I
j) AOK-SADDUtf? .coiistmitly on Jinnd
- ' Hit t II 1 I I.
J I articss uiiM ftatiiiii'ty
'.'. J" !rT 1 '
TING imntlv oxefuted nt tho ,
. . 1......11.. .. J..a vntlniml. Htnln and Cuuotv The propriptors have a iiunibur of lino
- iiicmiwi iiiv.i nro nni ii''iiiii iaxi. iii-n.-. r ... .,....
- AT -
IScxt Door to Sachs Dros.
TN'ttUBKIl has stocked his new sloro
witli u large and valuable assortment of
latest styles ami piitteru ot
Sl'ltlXU AND WKIGIIT
FKAltL. K.M10UALD, CAMKO SKTS,
Together with a splendid lot of other
Breast- Pins, Uronclics,
liar-llingp, Finger Ring?,
Lockets, Duckies. Clasps,
lirucelcts, Sleeve Uuttons,
Also, complplc sefs of incomparable
manufactured I'mmh the richest und iuo?t
beautiful specimens of Gold Hill und Fow
In addition tn the nliovc, may be found
nt his store the. best qualities of
TADLK AND POCICKT CUTLICUY,
And, in short, u general variety of
Nick-Xnclirt t Fancy Articles
All ol wliieh will be sold at i.ow imiicks
IlKPAHtlNG.-tJIoek?. Watches nnd
Jewelry repaired with promptness, mid in
a iniinner to giinrantee satisfaction.
MAUFACTUHF.Dln order, any nrli
cle of Jewelry, witli neatness mid dispatch.
H3- t?ll'l ii'l Pt'e In ni'w sloeli. lit his
new store, on California stieet, next dour
to .Sachs Dros., Jaek-'ouville. Oiegon.
lucks.mvillc. I )ec. 1 7. 1 802. tr
WILLAMETTE RIVER c
rpTIIK UNION TU.NSPOltTATION
L COMPANY Imvu a llrst class Stern
Wheel Steamboat leavint Corvallis every
Tuesday mid Friday at 1 o'clock. I', .v.. arriv
ing at Portland at -I o'clock. i. M.. next day.
Persons leaving JackMiuville for Portland
will save much disagreeable slngu traveling
by taking steamboat at Corvallis. We huvo
also an irregular boat running r.bovo Cor
vallis. which passes down vvuvy week, giv
ing three departures every week from Cor
vallis for Port laud.
For any further Information, address
Scc'y Union Triiiiii Co..
march" Oregon City.
Oregon Uitv. Felt. LVi. lfifj.'l.
LIVERY AXD SALE STABLES.
Corner of California and Fourth streets.
GLUUAUK & I) HUM, Froprietors
centrally located, mid con-
iilent to tlio union
tel. Dorses and mules will bo kept by thu
day or weeK. at moilernto charges.
Dorses broke to the saddle or harness.
Animals Sought and Sold.
The proprietors pledge themselves to givo
QTATH OF ODFGON. County Jnck-
kj son. In
flly order of tho Court.
To Arthur Langell, James Walbrldgo and
Baldwin Sells, Jr.: You aro hereby notilled
that, unless you appear In tho Circuit Court
of thu Statu of Orego.i for tho county of
Jackson, on tho flr.t day 1 f tho term, to bo
held at tlio Court House in Jacksonville, on
thu second Monday In Juno, ll being thu 8th
day of June, ISlill. und answer tho complaint
on file iu said cause, the same will bu taken
for confessed, mid tlio prayer thereof grout
ed by the Court.
W. G. T' VAULT, Plaintiff's Attorney.
March 2d. 18(i!. mliTulK
Notice to Absent Defendant.
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"Vj-i t T T T 4 f A17 f T t?rX X'nii i..-
1 hereby notilled that unless you appear
I H' Circuit Court nf tho Statool Oregon,
.,.! nni.nlu nV IVmw.I.iU nil tllll SOOIWl Afnil.
and countv of DoiiBla", 011 tho secontl .Mon
day, thu 11th day of May. A. D. 1 Still, and
1 answer the complaint of Leonard Stinger.
plalutlu". which lias been Hied with tliu clerk
I of naid Count, ngnlimt you, tho defendant,
and nriivB liidKiiiciu ngalnst you tor onu
liiindred nnd fccvunty and filly ono-hun-dredths
dollars, besides Interest and costs.
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'the prayer ,tl,creqf will bo granted by tho j
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