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MTUBDAY EVENING, JULY 25, 1803.
The Rrcnt drninn of IJunclu I'ninV Cub
In" in being phtyed with pront biiccwu, at
tho Willamette Thent-r, rorlluud.
Thi pcoplo of Ploruuce, Idaho Terrrltnry.
have contributed $ I, '11)0 to tho Sunllury
TDK Yrtkn Journal f l!ni 2d cays Mr. .1.
B. 8. roup w.ll lu th -re in n Tow days for the
purpono or enmm 'nciug operation) un tl.e
Oregon telegraph llnu from Yrctcn. The
wire is now on t'to way from beluw.
John Moxllc uml Joint 1. Anderson, wee
Mvercly Injun il nt Port Ludlow, W. T., on
July 4 tb, by tliu premature di'clmrgi! of n
cminou which tiny were m-'-'stlii;; to lond.
Andcrfon tiled on tho following tiny.
8umciKNT rcliiriiH have been received to
nhovy that Geni'iru 13. Colo, copperhead, lias
been elected UepiTHcnlntivu to CoiigruM'
from Washington Territory. The remit of
tho election is iv burning disgrace to thnt
Hmr.R Mkktin.i.- Rev. Wm. Robert',
agent of the America.) Dibit! Society, will
deliver an nddrift on lie Camp ground, to
rn wrow, (San I iy) ufiiM-noim. at 2 o'clock.
The friend of die Hible CWuure respect
fully invito I In be present.
I. 0. 0. i Cki.kkuatio.v. Tho Odd
Fellows or Jai'K'flniiville design celebrating
Uie th'id miniver'nry wince the institution
of tluir L dj; on tin: 18th proximo. The
order of exerc'Hea cun be seen in the adver
m i . .M
Ah nn evidence Hint Gen. Leo expected to
hold his heiidqutirtci'S in I'diicylvtiulu until
be dictated term of pence, the fact Ih Muted
that tho wives or ruhul officer went to the
Sulphur Spring, near CnrlMe, with all their
Imnd-boxcH mid Saratoga trunks. How un
gallant In the lciiuylrciiy gcrboreu" to
disturb them I
" Light vv." The horir.on begins to
light up," cays T'Vault, when thu Rinoke
of battle clenmnwiiy "from the battle Held
'it Gettysburg," and it Ih discovered, iih ho
ayfl, that ' our lost, that ie tho l'Vderal, was
greater than the rebel." The woda "rebel
and " Fedeinl" Bhonld "veldently bo trans
poxed, for purely to hiinnno n. patriot in
T' Vault, could not tlud consolation in the
fact tfut our Iosm" was greater than that
of our euuinle. Oh I no.
A Vkrv Wki.oomi: 1'rkknt. Wcliave
receiveil front Mrn. .f. LiiigeiiMtiT a pho
tograpii likenesfls of her t-on, James Ling
enfetter, Captain of Co. JJ. Col. U.ikerV
California Regiment. Ho fell u sacrifice
to the caine ho ho dearly loved, on Oct.
8th, 18G3, while on picket duty before
Wuslungion, on the Dei by road. He is
the only citizen of Jacksonville who is
known to have fallen in the war. Tho.se
of his many friends who fondly remember
tho young patriot hero, can procure u
copy of tho likeness by calling on .Mr.
rotor Hritt, photograph artist.
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A very Fad nccident occurred nt Mil
vMukio, Oregon, on tlio 11th Inst. While
Mr. David Moll wns in tlio net of shoot
ing a weneel, tiisgnn went off prematurely.
A little giil came running to Sir. Moll, in
quiring if lie hud shot tlifc wc;iel, when she
came upon the dend body of her young
brother, lying in the path, and Mr. Moll
was then first apprised of the effect of his
shot, by her crying ont, '01i ! you liavo
'lot Johnny." Ths poor boy had been
compietly hidden from Mr. Moll by the
tall fern, nnd was Ftrurk by thirteen shots
in the head nnd fuce, killing him instantly.
The deceased was named Johu Scott, and
wa near leu yewji of uc,
Thk Nkwh Good iicwa still contlnucf
tocrowd upon us. TliollmttaortLpM:p.ill
edCoiifeatTAoy arc fast b.olng coiilritotcd,'
(and its power waning. Te mo.ithor July
ItMM al... Am Imii rt to 1 1 1 ft n nC tI!lttu In rtitt
gallant defender, and of dtscotnlltiiro and
mill to the rebel hotIs. 'Leo, the 'boneted
Napoleon of the rebel army, has been driven
from Pennsylvania, with the irreparable
lo of one-third of his veteran army.
Vickburg surrendered to the immortal U.
S. Grant, and Port Hudson lo thu mack
erel catching" plow-hoy of Massachusetts ;
and wo may hope to learn, before the month
empire, that Charleston, thu loul nest ol
double dyed traitors, has fcticcumbcd to the
united cllbrtH of our land and naval forced.
Surely the nation may give thanks and re
The dispatches in to-dny'H paper tell ii"
that thu riotoin uprising of tho New York
' Democracy" has been effectually quelled
after terrible havoc to thu rioters and con
siderable lon to tho Statu troops. Tho ring-
1 ader.ii Southern spy, has been ni rested and
will propably bo hanged. Thu supremacy
of the law will bo asserted in New York
city, and the draft rigidly enforced. Holh
llie Federal arniiea are in Virginia Leu re
treating and Meado apparently pressing nf
ler him. Jeff. Davis lias again called out
nil whitea between the ages of 18 and 4f,
but will they come ?' Aa was generally
predicted, guerrilla Morgan's raid resulted
in the despersion nnd capture of almost his
entire nrniy. lint 2)00 of his large force
Imvo ns yet escaped. Yazoo city, Missis-
Hippi. has been captured mid la now occu
pied by the Federals. Tho rebels abandon
ed Jnckon, nt which place Is General Sher
man's headquarter'. Nalches is held by
Federal Gen. Knusom. Thu rebols will soon
bo effectually driven from the great valley
of the Mississippi.
We have creditable reports that n great
I nttle by laud and sea had been cinuineneed
nt Charleston. With tho fall of Charles
ton, thu long prayed for timii will soon
come" when Ilia cruel was Is over."
Gold in New Yoik, on tho morning of the
22t), was quoted nt $1.23 lower than it
has been in thu nix months past.
We received no news last night.
Caxyox Ctrv. The Mountainter. of the
19th, says : Numleis of persons who have
been carrii d off by tho Uolso and Owyhee
excitements have returned to Canyon City,
mid say the mines in that vicinity promise
quite as well as llioso that led them away,
llusiiiefs nt Canyon City is fair, mid every
thing moving along quietly uud prosper
oucly. A Good Snowixn. The Otcgonian
say. that the exhibit of the financial aliliirs
of Mtilnomah county, for thu year ending
July 1st, 18G.'i, filiows n balance in the
county treasury unappropriated of SI I.
8G7 09. IlwIdcH thLs there urc SJ.OOO
tuxes yet to be collected.
At Denieiu, California, on the 17tli Inst.,
a soldier named Glcukofl', who attempted
lo rob nnd murder another poldier last Feb
rti.iry, uud then deserted, wus shot, in nc
corduuee with n sentence ol Court Martial.
Kev. A. (J. Kdinunds, of tho Uiiiversn
list Ghurch, and editor of the " lleruld of
Reform," nt Kugene City, will prcueh in
the Court Ifoup, to morrow, nt 11 o'clock.
Coi'i'KMiK.it) Cniv.vi.riv. Killing de
fenceless mill innocent negroe?, beeuuse
they urc tumble to protect themselves.
"Charge! Chester, Charge !"
Tlio weather has been Intensely hot for
the last three day?, tho thermometer, in
cool plaees, ranging from 90 to 101 degrees.
"0, for a rctrrat in soma wl wIMcinvM,
Some boundless continuity uf h1i.u1."
TKn Tuts. Dellow. in late number
of his Souliern Review, says on tho now or
der of things to grow out of tho rebellion if
It succeeded :
" Tho real civilization of n country Is in
its aristocracy. Tho masses nro molded
into soldiers ami nrtl.ans by intellect, just
in matter and thu elements of nature arc
made into telecrnphs nud steam engines.
The poor, who labor nil day, nro too tired
at night to study books. If you rnnkt thuni
learned, they soon forget all that is not
necessary in tho common transactions of
life. To make an aristocrat in tho future
wo must sacrlllcn n thousand paupers. Yet
by nil means wo must make them, make them
permanent, too, by laws of entail nud prim
ogeniture. Tho right to govern resides in
a very small minority ; the dutj to obey is
Inhoritrd in the great masses of mankind.
A II government begins with usurpation,
and is continued by force. There is noth
ing to which the South entertains s great
a illsliku ns universal sullrage. wltonovor
forolgnt'i-fl stitllo together In inrgo number,
thoru universal suflYttgo will exist."
Let the professors of Democracy, and for
eigners supporting the robe! cuuo, ntudy
Union Song of the Colt.
Hall, brightest banner that floats on the
Flag of the country of Wnshingfon. hall!
lied aro thy stripes with ,thc blood of tho
Hrlght nro thy at nrs na tho mm on the wavo '
wrnpi in mv loinsnrctnrnopesoi nu:viiur,
IJauner of Washington I blessings on time I
Mountain-tops mlnglo tho sky with their
Prairies lln smiling In sunshine below :
III vers, n broad ns tho sen, In their pilde,
Itorder thine Kmplrcs. but do not divide ;
Niagara's voice fnr nutnnlhctns the sea
Land of Sublimity, blessings on thee I
Hope or the World I on thly mtsston sublime
When thou didst burst on the pathway of
Millions from darkness nnd bondnire awoke;
Music wn born when Liberty spoke ;
Millions to conic yet shtll join in the glee ;
Land of tho pilgrim's hope, blessings on thee!
Traitors shall p'-rish nnd treason shall full :
Kingdoms and thrones in their glory grow
Thou shall live on, nnd thy pcoplo shall
Loyalty's sweet, where each heart la tby
Union nnd FitiiKnow Ihinr-herllngo be :
Country of Washington t blessings on thec
Kaisino NiofiKns. As n jolly agricul
turist tonka ul hid yearlings of young
beeves, tho kindly overseer, lolling ln his
saddle, pointed with his whip to the glist
ening fat ribs i.ud corpulent paunches ol
his wnnly-hciidctl flock. ' Therc'a not a
plantation in the State," quotli tic, "can
.how such it lot of young niggers. The
wuv to get them rigid is not to work the
mothers too hard when they ore near their
I inn.' ; to givu them plenty to cut. unit not
to send them to the field too soon." lie
told inc the increase was about five per
cent, per uiinum. The children were quite
suflicienlly clad, ran about round us. pat
ted thu hot sen, fell our legs, tried to climb
up on llie Htirrup, and twinkled their b'uck
and ochrey eyes nt Massn Seal. Some
were exceedingly fair; and Mr. Sent, ob
serving that my eyes followed these, mur
mured Humclhing about the overseers before
Mr. Hmnside'ri time bing ruiher it bad tut.
Me talked about their color nnd complex
ion quite op -nly ; nor did it seem to strike
him that tiieru was tiny particular turpi
tude in tlio while man who bad left Ills off
spring ns slaves on the plantation.
A tall, well-built lad of some nine or
len years itood by me, looking curinuly
iiitoiny face. What is your name?" said
I. ' George," lie replied. " Do you know
how to rend or write?' lie evidently did
not und-rslanil llie question. " Do you un
to church or chapel ?" A dubious shake
of the head. " Did yon ever hear of our
Saviour?" A I this point Mr. Cent inter
pn.ed. and said. "I think we had belter
goon, us the sun is getting hot," nud so
we rode gently through thu little ones;
and win n we had got some distance he
said rattier apologetically, ' Wu dmi'l
think it right lo put such thing.' into their
heiitls so young, it only disturbs their minds
nnd leads them astray."
Now, in this one quarter lliero were no
less timii 80 children, pome 12 nud some 14
yen ia of iige. No tduealion no God ;
"their wliolo life food mid play, to strength
en their muscles nnd fit them for llie work
of n slave. "And when they die?"
Well," said Mr. Seal, " they nro burled
in that field there by their own people, nnd
some of them have a sort of prayer over
them, I believe." Tho overseer, it Is cer
tain, had no fastidious notions about slave
rv ; it was to hint tlio right tiling in the
right place, mid his .vimmuni bonum
was n high price for sugar, a pood crop,
und it healihy plantation. Nay. I am sure
I would not wrong him if I said he could
sec no impropriety in running a good car
go of regular black slaves, who might
clear the great baekwood and swampy un
dergrowth, which was now exhausting the
energies of his field hands, in the nlni'iice
of Irish nuvvies. II twell's "Diary Noitli
Ciiaw.kjto.n. The Jioston Journal, of
May 2"ilh, quotes the following from u let
ter written by n Foldier on Folly Island,
Charleston hurbor, who intimated that the
rebel forts are to be reduced by a regulur
Folly Island, which we hold, rnn9 along
the coast from Sloiio Inlet north, und is
only separated from Morris Inland by n
narrow stream, which nt low tide is almost
fordable. The island is about eight miles
long unit n mile uml it hall wide, and com
mands Mnrr.s Island, and on which wo can
plant batteries thai, with the aid of the
uuuboats. we can shell thu rebels rfi" of
Morris Island in eight bouts time; mid
once in possession of Mori is Island, we
have Cumming's Point, on which we can
plant siege gnus with which wc can batter
down Fort Sumter thu sand hills being
pei feet protection from t'-e shot und fchell
ol Forts Sumter mid Moultrie.
Anmi'1'.M.Y Ahkksts. Grant has reduced
himself in thu estimation of thu copperheads
ns low us Ihirusidc, by tho arbitrary arrest
of Pembtfton and 27,000 other Democrats
nt Vieksburg. Tho Constitution gives the
right to every citizen to bear arms. Grant
violated this plain constitution tl privilege
bv depriving it whole army of Democrats of
all their nrnii. Tho Democracy of the free
States won't stand this unconstitutional
way of abridging tho liberties of the peo
ple -sco if they do. -Nevada Truiueript.
It would n0t he two generations under
Abqlltion rule' till oir jwrple. or thepiler
nnlfl rcmniMt of lliein, tsrouM bo,,rttn'tii gi
Wild and halted In the wilderness a race of
England nnd France havo been nn l?r ' nb-
oiition nut!" ror several general on, mm
arc considered tolerably lame, well eh'd
and averse to "canabal" practices. N w
Knglaud has tested ' nhnlttlon rule a lo g
time, yet was nblnto furnish even llie Soti'li
with clothing nnd school books from her su
perabundance, and her people weru nevi r
known to eat anybody, except when they
devoured Charles Dickens mid .TefT. Davis
with kindness. Still, if tho Hrprm Is stiro
that " abolition rule" will make us naked
" cannbnta" in two generations, perhaps we
had better go into the slavc'brecdlng nnd
whisky drinking busines, mid elect Demo
crats to ofllcc. Mnrysvillo Appeal,
i i ii '
TiiKft'amcrMost a Taylor, brought twenty
nine religeute, whoso future field ot work will
lm In Oregon. Washington Territory, nnd
Vancouver I land. Fmirbot of the In
dies. Sisters of Jem and Mary, proceed to
Portland ; reven Sisters of Charity go lo
Vancouver, W. T. : and eight Sl-tcra or St.
Ann will join the house of the Order In Vic
toria. They nrc nil from Montreal.
HI. A. BRENTANO
Would respectfully announce to
his old friends and customers, nnd tho
public generally, thnt ho tins iu
store and now arriving, a
Largo and Well-selected Stock
of goods, which he will sell
Alt Drnnds of Tobncco nnd Cigars
ntGUHATLY W5DUCED l'JtlCES. Call
nnd examine. jy'-'fltf
JnckHouvillc Female School,
und'T (lie superintendence of MltS. J. M.
McCULLY. will opn a threo mouths' term,
commencing Monday, Auguat 17, 1803.
Tkkmh Ten dollars.
Jacknnvlllo. July 2fi. 1803. jy2:itd
WTOTICKIftierotiyRlrcn that tlio untlon-fgnail Um
IM luen duly uppuiiituil, by the County Court r Jo
Hupliino county, Ou'koii, Mliiilnt'lrntori.r thu oituto f
THOMAS It. I.AWHON, ilurnuvl, Into ut wild mutity
und Ktiitu ; thnt till imnioii' hnvlni; cliilm. itpilmt tlio
unUitonro rvurtKltiire!nttliriu wltlitn onojoir
Horn tlili (bite, to tlm uii'lumlgm-d, itiiiilulK(iiitnr,iit
lil rvildoncv, on Itoj-ua Itlrrr, .limojililmirniintv, tlio-K'-
THOMAS CIlOMON, Atfm'r.
Dntcl .Inly '.'.MS(i:i. Jyiy.SI.
Good Quartz Mlnern Wanted
IJIIVK Oil SIX A No. 1 QUAIIT. MI.VKII8 will
. Ilii'l luunvdlatii umployniotit nt tlie Kutorpi li
t'unrtz Cuiupiuy'a l.!;e, JHp1ilno county. Tlio
very IiIrIicU wki ri imlil, but nun need to uii
ply except IIkmo who uudciitniid tho work thorough
ly, Apply at tho Knturprlau Quuiu Mill, or to
X. A. lll.lli.NEIt.
Althou'u Creek, July 15, 1803.-July 'JiMf.
1. O. O. F. CELEUKATION
JACKSONVILLE LODGE No. 10,
18th Day of August. 18G3.
Jacksonville Lodge ha determined to com
memorate the third anuiven-nry sincu its in
stallation. The members of the Lnd";c, and
truuMciit and visiting brothers will meet nt
thu Hall, nt I o'clock of uhovo mentioned
day. At half pat one they will foim in
procession, under direction of tho Mar-lml
of the Day, mid, preceded by thu Jackal
ville Drass Hand, will march up California
street, where the citizens general Iy are re
quested to join tho iirocchslnn, which will
l lien proceed to the Court House, where thu
following e.Nercif-cs will be hud :
1st Music by tlio Uund.
ad -Prayer by tho Chaplain.
1th Music by the Hand.
5th Oration by O. Jucobs, Esq.
Mil Music by the Hand.
7tb Toasts : 1st, regular sentiments ; 2d,
fith -Music . pongs, etc.
All Lodges und members in good stand
ing invited to participate, nnd tho public
invited to attend.
pit- A HALL will bo given In tho even
ing, at tho United States Hotel.
G. H. Doititm, Hkxkv Duncan,
E. V. ItussKM., John M'Lal-ohi.in,
II. Deni.ixoku. Jas. M. Surro.v.
Couiinittco of Arrangements.
Jacksonville July 21. 18tia.
A GRAND BALL.
tlll bo glvt'iint tho
U. S. IIUTKIi, JACKSONVILLE,
o tiis i:km.u or
Thu 18th ot August
in commemoration of tho ad minlvereary
of Jacksonville Lodge No. 10. 1. O. 0. !.
All are respectfully invited to attend.
Geo. B. Dorris, J. M. Sutton. JncUsonrillo;
Eher Emery, Ashland ; Jno. M'Coy, Appio
gate; C. Sehtellliu, Kock Point; J. Fred,
l'taiilz, Crescent City, Cab: John Fullurtoii,
HonelulVg; David Luwtoii, J. I. Smith,
TiokQts flvo dollars. jy25
mmm & wade,
BOOTS & SIIOKS,
xx.a.-x'ei JO.-DUX3 cu&j&m,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
Tobacco & Segars,
WOODEN Wf AUK,
All r wliieh wilt he sold nt low prices,
for (JASII.oriliral)le l'UODUCE.
BRADBURY & WADE
ARE NOW RECEIVING A
Large & Well-Selected
Spring & Summer
NEW STYLES DRESS
Fancy and Staple
Oil Cloth, Wall Paper,
MEN AND BOYS'
Spring & Summer
HATS AND CAPS!
AND ALSO A
Fine Aftsortmcnt of
Ladies, Men and Boys'
Boots and Shoes !
OUR P1I(II AM) ASH LAM)
Will be supplied with n Good Assortment
STAPLE MD FANCY GOODS
Which will be sold at
PIIOTOURAI'II ALBUMS at
HUADRURY & WAUE'ff.
SAN FRANCISCO Woolen Milln.
RlunlteK OverMiirls und Army Cloth,
STATIONERY & IJLANK R00lv3
nt URADIJURY & WADES.
INK CIGARS AND TOW A COO
001) AND WILLOW WARE
J DRAPDURY & WADE'S.
?AMILY GROCERIES nt
V JiRADRURY k WADE'S.
. i niiltff TtKUSSXWTemm:".