Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1858-1888, May 23, 1863, Image 2

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"Pfrini lliViMii irnttlirl ' AiTOisTORS'rfc The following appoint. ' Kamiim ani Stosb Waiik. Patron
"l""" I UIH -.UUlllU. 'mcnUh.w fo ,,),, i,. ,I(J Governor, tzc Iionie imimifocturc ; nn.l Ifyotl nidi to
for tins Ornrnn cavalry ! Silas Pnjiooii. learn where you" can Ho to, renil the new
'-'(l Limit.; Hlrplxn Wnton, 'Jd Lfetil.: advertisement of Rmdbttry & Wmlei liny
John Ilowen.Sd Lieut.; James I.. SiroV. n jug with no" vliIteryo"in It. Fnrchnro
1t Lhtil-j . V. P.Mmrt. ltntfintitn) n Howit pot, find prvnt tt to your bet-
Vliniant; Horace Carpenter. AwMtunt U'r half, ncluul or pnupvtiu'.
For tiro Oregon Militia : Chester X.
Terry, Assistant Ailjutniit (leneral. 7n
apyitnlmtnl triM a tiHtiuty. When tlil
, gentleman ceases to occupy official station,
Oregon will po to perdition illrcct. Keep
Mm In offlcc, Governor. 1'lillip C. Schuy
ler, Mine ns above; James It. Underwood
ditto: Phillip Wocrmrin. Assistant Ad
jntant General on the staff of Brigadier
General Stephen Collin, second ltripo.de;
1). 1'. Tlw)inpon, Lieut. Colonel, first reg
itnent, teeoiid brigade.
rf g5.
JM W i
TX the Ooutily Courinf Jroppliluccoun-,
X tv, urtfiroii; inly icrui, ihii.i.
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in tuc
of MHC
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' To tiik i;rrfi'ji v anh rrni sri-r or vnni
t'VlOX, A GOVKHSMKNT Hill Till. W1IULI.' IS
llHI,KvSUII.K." ir.sijy'.l.
UII UTWMWff i wmiiu WH
Mutter nf tba r-nali
1 lln!i. 1 1 1 ll'ri'M'ii'
VllvJ ln-fclijsrlvei to all perwi. In
tiri flnl In mill rWi' t'i ( Monday, tin- lilt!
ily nf ,tiil. A. 1 1. Im.:i In '''ii 't npmt
- ' tur Him lliml wllli ni"iil in will "!
Johnatiian SJni.i. AiikaI) At tlio Mm. Nmioy Itorkwell, tliu Administratrix
V M,.,ll i,i.ii r.nr. In ttnf'l.illil. I IllllVOf.
I iy ortter oi lion, uuiijunuii jiuikuiw,
Comity Judge.
UUSTAF WII.S0X.Ork.
Mnvin. lPr.,'1. mnv2.1-'.i
B8ADBURY & WADE,
jagk-soxvillk,
?OTiolonlo cits Xlotn.il
-111 -II 11! IX-
Aprll "lb, 11. Ten Ilriieck'ii horse, Bedouin,
swept (lie cnitw mid won tlie ptinw,
amounting to So, 000. Kight horses eon-
tesicii me priw.
G'
SALK. Xotlce
.T.U'ltsO.VVU.l.K, UltP.dOV.
siTiTiiiiv kvemmjT" n. 21, h
llmoaic Itiifrriioji'XCT. In the tiring'
Ar.t. llioiiT. The election in Sacrnmcn
to Ciiv ranio on the filli.
et wa. elected by n vote nf 1,0 10 to "I'-'.
The secesh, or ni they delight to be styled,
tliu eonstltullomil democracy, wcro "no
wlur."
rAUIUAX'S
I UT licruhv l'Imii, that in iiitmuiiiiec l
mi nnltfi nf tin- County Court of .li.ckm
I'l i I'nlnn llnl- I """" ""' lllHlrlKHl "III "iier m piinnc
Wt llnill r
;.:,DRY GOODS,
CLOTI-IITGrj
BOOTS & SHOES,
Coitr.at.tJ. May 2Mh. 18(1H.-The Grand , Takk Ukku, Mm ' iilll(cr irder
Ilpe of I. 0. 0. I'., of Oregon, con-'B,IllMlll,,i 111,1i111111, m-i,-.. ilpnP ,,
nilti, mi tin1 pruning, on .Siluril.iy, the llllli i
nay or .unit). A. w. imi. uno ieot hi
prmiiiil oir iT the wwt Mitu of bit No. '.'. In
block No. h, In tho town of Jckiouvlllia
Tcruit, i'ahi. In Imnil.
M.T. ALIKN, (liinrdliiii. cte.
Miivjii, ih(j:i. muya:isr
people's
llriM r tho It no iitlon, there wiwmcJaM xtn nl Mi l,li,c0 tonl.iy.AII l'e ,nlc 0ndi irlnnplo with joy. mid iinintdl-1
of men dfiionilnitlcd torle. They were , 'iW but otic were rcprwcntnl. 'I'l.c foT-1 ntc. rep.r t0 ,,lt. .7,leK-,nvlllo Iiotcl utul iPPfK!fTMT CTI? lIIIIP
oppond to the wnr. anil were humble Mp.'lolnjrrnnil Offlcer wrrceiectcil for the lUMtouninl. ;UliUOillUl iMlJ.lilliMIll
.i.. ..,. Ti,t-' en.nlnp year : J. .M. Doutlilt, (5. M lien
v.t..i.r vJ.'rv ncnllnarr. Dent. (I. M.j J. V. WIN Sakitauv. Tho ladies of Portland, Or
v. ww.o . -." . - - . ' , , , ,. r. ,.
Terry, O. Sec y.; eK" i"vo orpanizen n iiiiict nauiiury
G. M. Stroud. (J. Trcaiurcr: A. 0. Ho- hoeicty, to collect money for the relief of
, S.j I 'he Ick and wounded oMler In tho Un-
tilleantii fur n dlthonorabli
U'toIO" 2dl lor tlii tvinnn til acl or I.dl'
land, leveled at the rlnht and libertiw of1 "fll"'. lJ w' -',lwl" N"
the coIoiiIm. Tlwre were two e'awd of,0'31- Slroiid, (J. Trcaiurcr; A. 0
ihwe torleji. Hie more honorable claw. y (s- Keprwcnlntlvo to (5. L of U,
when the conflict commenced, hastened to I Appointed. S. K. Mny, G. M.; V. Clmr-i-ln
the rank of Knpland'a mcrceniriM.,,,",'n- C'" X- s- l'"'"'". Ounrdinn.
mid to fipht for the overthrow of the colo-' Tomorrow n ccmctry will be dedicated
nlal Union, while the cowardly grumbler , b? ,,IC IoJe-
iiult-flndcnand apologliU staid at home, Mamkotii Sinr.-Tho Dictator, lntelv
to preach about the piln and hopelcMncM I anched on ,IC ,t Itivcr. deslgnnl t'o
of the war. ami to embarasj in everyway rn Iwiwwn Xcw York and AlUinv, In
poMlblclh action of the colonial Conprw. 07 frtt in Iciiplh, ond 811 feet In brnilh.
M ore t iijii once wo tnc Hern Heart or.sht; h intmdnl m ilmw lmt lv f.t of
Ion nrnilw. Xnble work for noble women.
i-ixj:, connecting
CALirOUXIAiiiHlXEWYORK
VIA NICARAGUA.
PoKTir. An Indian chief, tpenkins of 750MilosBhortorthanPauamaEouto4
nn Invitation to vNit the Great Father or :
the pale faces, nt Wii.thlnpton, rent by tel-
eprnpb, ayn It enmc thronpli the air, anil i The fa't nnd favorite donbli-ciiplnc Steamer
dropped down like n bird."
"lJlrd.i of n fenther Hock together," nnd
rebel sympathizers generally write to rebel
Vaihington nearly dlscoumgnl by the tire , ',. nlwn loaiW nml lhn, w, BWe W,h,M- ,1,in,,1 f" ''''
i .i r .i i i. ii...' ..... . Iliein woiiilrnnj kinil nml cnmniunlcntlrc.
IlKCAtTUiiri). IMward Hill, nfni liar
rls, who wc.iped from tltc puard at Cuiip
Ilaker, has been rcwptiired, and is now In
Irons nt the Camp.
in tho rear from thwc copperheads. Jlut ,0 crort n tlu rs nt low stage of water,
ilfjpltc their demoralizing cITorts the p.v j si,c IM n a ,wI(fi wt, aoo stati
rlotlc carried the war triumphanlty ! r0onn, nnd will bo nb!e to accommolatc
through, and established a Government iog pawn-era.
which has ever been Justly renowned as the j -
freeu nnd b&U In the world. I c,mr" Command. TImj following ore
In the war of ltil'J Ihwe copperhead. ' """w f " '"1" comnmn.iers In tlie jt.NE I.,cm. A lively lime is nntlcl.
a-ain manlfeste.1 their hostility to theP"'"' Arniyorihelt.ippalmnnnck: Ilrst'pnu,! ,it the raw courw, in the first week
iovcniment. Kvery act of tho Govern-1 CorP'' MnJ"r General John F. Reynolds ; j r junc nti A Iur.tf u,bar of fine
ment was re!entN?dv nppojcl, nnd everv :,":o,," -nH- -"llJor iiwmi J. boric nro Irolninjr.
eiTirt to wciire volunteers, for n time, well (-'mcl' ' lM torps, .Mnjor Oentrol D.Iv
niph defctteil. 'IVv were opposeil to the ''; i-iitii t.orps. .Major ueneral u
MOSES TAYI.OK,
J. II. llIdTTHKN COMMANDS,
Will lie dcrii.ttclinl for
SAi JUAN DEL SUK,
yoM uimiov HTiimrr wiiAiir, san
HIAM'IMII,
At tlii'tliHk, A.M.,,
n.v vi;i.i:hiav ju.x io, imki,
('oniiillnt nt Qroytown with the t plcn
did StcanuUii)
AMEFIICA,
2, COO Ton.
war. oppoie.1 to the Oovernmnt, nnd ow C( Mm'1 i Slj5"' (-'orP'. M'" Ocncrnl
,u.i m v, .,,.n a,., i i.it. ' John fc'edcwick ; llleventli Corps, .Major
Ulurtehunndlo maintain lu honor. (5",l,ral c- ,,nwor,,J Twf,h Corp., ! new poiMln won
Tlievlmrndblue lights "ns beacons to MnJor " Y- Stocoin ; C.milry Corps
WUU the foe to th point of safe attack, Ml,-!or G'nerol 'Tnl'" S'mimimii.
nod gn him tbat knowlfdge of the coun-1 pACinr IIah.hoaii. The
uy urn us ueiocs so iwetMiry to victory- amounts Iwvc Utn subwiM bv Individu
Tlwwar wat ratlilewly denounceil frum'ufc, nmi nppropriuleil by couiitlef,
AnntvKii, V.. S. .Morgan, of the firm of
Uynn, Morgan & Co., arrived from San j itniurni nir ..r J'u...iKr nml iinich
Fmticifco, on Thurwlay's stuge. Ijok I Trips nrv weurtd hy the rwpuiilng of the
:::zts.7&&:& k'ih.
riwoNAi.. II. S. I'mtnn, Ivq., Iwn- TIm ntwinvr lire iiwurp.111 for i?d. '
oreil us with a visit 011 last Saturday eroo-' flwidlwr ml Knrty, mid uvtry elT.irt will
i. .'' , i.. ,w "wine 10 H-cure uie euiuiun 01 immuii-
following 1 '"? (jr. '
i nMii or expuriencc will be Mill on ouch
the oopprliad pulpits, nnd church commii
Jilc.ints were excommunicated for lending
their money or giving their Influence in
riutainlng tlie Government They said it
vus" Jim Mndison's wnr, ho began it, let
lilm fight It nut." fin say the copperheads
af our day. Thtlr infamous conduct final
ly culminated at tlie Hartford convention 1 0U,)T paslictl forward nt both ends.
nnd fixel its pirticlptnts with nni
eternal stigma. Here again we remark, u-N'o;' Linvr..(len, .Scott, the vete
the Government carried on tho war to a , Mn r ft hundrd well (ought Heidi, Is the
successful termination. In splto of all the ''resent or the Union I-engue In Xcw
efl'irU of tho copperhead, to the contrary. York Jun,w T- ,,ra,,y nml J",,n Ton
The history or the condition or our iin.,,,,ren Bro memljers; so.nlso. Is Ilancroft,
liappy country, at the prc;nt time, shows ,Iie historian, and Daniel S. Dicklnsoo, the
-conclusively that tlw race of copperheads'0'11 democratic War Horse. Tho secesh
is not extinct. They nre still nllvc. active ,n O'0" anct ,0 ""T Union
w vlrnlent ns ever. They are opposed Ib'avs ore very terrific nlWrs.
10 Ibo present war, and are the advocates
of an Inglorious peace. They have no Ian
1 - ... ,... ....... .1
1 in in: iii'.m.. Liriiniii. iml man wnn . ... .- , .... .1...
I rii,mi hi ifiMT uiHirxt: in inv ihikkhuv mill
III I1III..1 Ul.u.... i T..r....n ft......... 1.. . ..ri...ii .. 1 i. ...... ,11.... ..1......
,111.11 MltV.IfV, II, lJIIIUtl, flClill, JO III v, lUlllTn. ,i,j.f ,111, ,m ,IH.VIIII (IlirilVi
Iw hung June fith.
California, towards the cointriictlon of the
Pacific Kallroad: Individual subcliilion.
WSMj Sacramento County, aoO)00 ; C11.ur.-T.1e opposition stwmer Kin.,'
l'luoer County, MO 000: State Donation rcrfntly ctrrkd ,ranger rrom IxwblOD '
oflO.nnfl per mile for CO miles, 500.000 ; l0 (10 pa, freJ
, Government bonds on enmph-tion of 80 ! '. . . j
miles, 2.000.000. The road is king vigor.
b'ur further Infurnmlliin niiiily to
I. K. IIUIIi:t:T.S. Atfiit,
Na.407,Wuihiiigioiiit.,SsiiKrniuiaii,
iiM)'2illd Opptitiiii the I'.i.t Ullicc.
OHEAP FOR CASH
Fituir The prospect of an nbnndaut
fruit crop this yenr. is very llattcrlns.
MAX MULLER,
NEW TO-DAY
Dbatiis. Jnrnes A. Mauli diet nt Ster-
1 lingville, May l'jth, 18fi3, ogeil 22 yearn.
ESsSfcar-tlioio.
.vsn
STONEWARE.
Something Everyltody wante.
AT TIIH
nfi,M nt .lAnnni.lllAn t(W lr1fnra In nrmi I n '
h , .. V..7i .VlfL., 1 1 and n native oi tho Tahiti Islands. Ills
rr": ,b;r:r u, ; :i'-
flnvemment
grave over
.IM ..irnT1 r,IlInl! I for publication, a, lotlce of the same, and a"l u complete assortment of
their manifold ond damning,
I In a few hours.
, , . , 11110" "" way uacK, no Hi row 11 ironi lis fr
atrocities. They rejoice over rebel vlcto-,, ' . ,'.Bllc
., . . .n.L.-li .. it.!. ..: i I or BnJ wly injured that ho died ",&,
r.wvm. niu-...0..-, . ww.w ,..,. . , . T
tjiirs,
Churns,
Milch ami
Butter
Hitter and nureleritlne their hatred for cv-i
ryaetof the floffrnment tbat promise ConnKC7iox.Our version of the din
the use of tlw requisites means for the sup-! patc, of Tuesday night leaves it n little
urcssion of this rebellion. The more lion
oralilo have joined, nnd are Joining, tho
ranks of the foe. Let them read their
tloom In the history of the past.
Tiik Auous. The Argtu nnd Stale lit
publican have been consolidated and re'
moved to Salem. The Argus has been en- Wagon IIoad. On Monday last quite
larged, and is under the supervision of Its a large party started out to explore the
old editor, Mr. Adams. Wc commend mountains, with the hopes of finding a pass
it to the patronage of tho public. It is able wagon way to the northern mines, via
doubtful as to who took Jackson, Missis
sippl. Tho dispatch rays emphatically
that Grant took it. It ought to have n)
pea red In our paper that the item was tak
en from a rebel paper. This would hare
explained the term "enemy."
Foond on tiro Union, square on the
Constitution, and is first, midst, and last
for the suppression of the slaveholder's re
bellion, and the restoration of the Union.
Cskscunt Grrr. Quite n number
freight teams started for Crescent City
this week. Look out for new goods, and
plenty of them. .
Ilogue river. Mr. D. 1). Manger, a prac
tical surveyor, accompanied tbenr Suc
cess to the enterprise.
A Cave has been lately discovered near
of 1 Cliusta Uutte, California, said to lie sever
al miles In extent. It has only been partly
explored, it is a rival of the Mauonb Gave
in Kentucky,
Flour
Crocks,
1 r
Pots,
etc. etc.
The obovo ware Is of Excellent Quality,
and being made In this county, will bo offer
ed (both at wholesale ond retail) at Very
Law Trices.
UltADIJUItV .t WADK,
Agents fur tho Manufacturer,
Jacksonville. May Ti, 1KG3. inay23l
BRICK STORE,
Corner of Oregon and Main Streets,
Jacksonville,
TTAS lust received an addition to his
J. J. former large and well selected Stock of
FANOY, STAPLE fit SUMMER
DEYG-OODS
ox o TraEcxiNra-,
BOOTS AND SHOJES.
Groceries, Liquors,
Cutlery,
Crockery, Alining Tools,
All at Reduced Prices.
ONE and ALL are Invited to fa
vor him with a call, as It cost iioth.
lug to tliow uoodi, aud It Is a pleas
ure to toll them nt prices so low
that noue can complain.
Highest Price Paia for J'io-
luce lit Jxcliaiigc for Goods.
rAJTCY GOODS,
r T SK mELf .'-r-li . Ifs
AXrf.A. JU taV Mk-U JL XJkJCUj
GROCERIES,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
Tobacco & Segars,
PRODUCE,
HAllDWAKK.
ULASSWAIHi
OUKKNHW'Anfi.
WOODKXWAllB,
MINERS' TOOLS,
All of which will lo sold nt low priori
for CASH, or desirable I'JloDfJCK.
BRADBURY & WADE
AUK XOW IIL'CKIVIXG A
Largo &. Woll-S elector
STOCK OF
Spring & Summer
GrOOIDS,
NEW STYLES 1XLU3SS
AXI
Millinery Good
Fancy and Staple
X52737" C31-OOC3.S
CARPETING,
OU Cloth, "Wall Paper,
MEN AND BOYS
Spring & Summer
CLOTI-2XNTG-,
HATS AND CAPS!
AXD AL90 A
Pine A ssoi-tiiiciit of
Ladies, Men and Boys'
Boots and Shoes !
OUIt FIMEWI AXD ASHLAXD
Will be supplied with a Good Assortment
-OK-
STAPLE m F1KW GOODS
Which will bo sold nt
JACKSONVILLE PltlCES.
PHOTQORAPH ALUUMSat
HUADnUUV It WADK'B.
QAN FHAXCISCO Woolen Mills,-
V wlaukctn. Overshirls nnd Armv Clots,
nt
UUADDUHY & WADK'S.
STATIOXKRV & BLANK J100K3
nt 1111 Aiiminv I- W A llM
... ..W A. 4 .V .. ,.,'UU'
at
Ui-vjun.0 i;niereni styles, goou time
pieces, to bo had nt tho
October 21. YAWETi" STORK.
FLOUR AXD PBODUOKtnkenincx.
change for Merchandise, at
July 18.-27 MAX MULLER'S.
"HUNK OIOARS AXD TOBACCO
l1 nt BUADBUUY k WADK'S.
IT17-00D AXD WILLOW WAUK
III l JUCADBURV& WADK'S.
T?IXKTKASat
I Il) 4 nnmiv r. ii- t TlV'C
- lUIIU'llHU l S II il.1'11' a
FAMILY GHOOKRIKS nt
BRADBURY & WADK'S.