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j Scmt-tocckhj Sentinel.
The Union Army.
Forever bright on blstory'a page,
In Icttoi-M living from ago to oge,
Thoe who for liberty did wage
A bloody tight at Gcttyttburg.
lirnvo citizen? to Union true,
freedom's soldiers In the blue,
Who fought and boat the rebel crew
Those Summer day at Gettysburg.
The sod that tops your loyal heart,
With flowers of freedom will bo drcsccd,
Whilst you partake or heavenly rest.
Onr boys who fell at Gettysburg.
An Iiw1imniu1nnrn Dnv" COtTIOS round.
UVI1 onnsncmta nnew the around.
Wlicru poaco our patriot-dead have
The men who iron at Gettysburg,
Applegntc, Sept. fith, HiiiKitxix.
The Ovation in Knoxvlllc.
"Viih onr armies advancing on the rcb
1r from nearly all points of the enmrm
with tlie roar of Gilmore's Purrott gems
Tinging in our ears, and expectation on
lip-toc as to tiio shape which events ure
now about to take, tho report that Burn
ido hnd succeeded in rescuing suffering
East Trnupsspc from the tyranny of Jeff.
Davis, did not receive that nttention which
its importance demanded. On the strnte
glrnl udvnntntrea which have been secured
y tlie occupation of the strip of country
in Tcnmwce, bounded by tiio Blue and
llnoky Mountains, enough has nlready been
written. They may k summed up in a few
words : it cnts off tho rebels from their
line of communication with the southwest
and fives tho Federal nrmies n bnso for
operations npninst the flunk of Richmond.
There is nnother phase to the matter,
liowever' which is calculated to excite
other and deeper fcclintrs than thou of
riumph. Of nil the Unionists in Amer
ica. tlniFe of Knstern Tennessee arc the no
blest and most devoted. To us in the free
Stntps. for the most part, the war has
Vouuht no greater evils than high taxation.
Far different has it been with the Unionists
of Knstern Tennessee. They have been
ireatcd with cavntrc hnrbnrity by the min
ions of Jiff. Davis their houses have been
fired, their crops destroyed and their fami
lies subjected to tho foulest indignities.
Tliey havo been hunted with blood-hounds
by tho rebel conscription officers ; murder
i on their own thresholds and their bodies
Irampled under fiwt. Never was any com
munity in the middle ages more savagely
persecuted, for opinions in religious mat
ters, than have been tho people of Kast
'm Tennessee, and nil because they loved
tho old flag, and refused to substitute for
it JJie bloody rng with which Jeff. Davis
In tho election for deltrntes to the Con
gress called on the flth of February, 18fl,
by tho Legislature. Kust Tennessee cast 30.
!)'0U votes for the Union against 5,f77 for
Secession. The total vote of tho State
showed also n mnjority or fi7,0!4 against
Disunion. Harris, tho Governor, and the
other conspirators, wcro not to be defeated
:in their projects even by n manifestation of
tho pnnulur will so siguifiennt. Failing to
get n Convention they induced the Legis
lure to form n trenty of alliance with tlie
States which had already seceded, and to
tin act submitting tho question of sepcra
lion to the people. "On the morning of
that elect ion," n narrated by un eye wit
ness, " the people of Tennessee for tholirst
time in their lives went to the polls con
felons that they were no longer n free peo
ple, knowing that the Executive and Leg
islutivp Departments of tlie State, with its
treasury in their hands, and with the arms
Df the Slnte in their possession, and with
a formidable army in their pay, had jninqd
n conspiracy to overthrow their Govern
ment, and that nothing remained for them
hut to reverse their vote of tlie Sth of
February and to ratify whnt their self-constituted
masters bud nlready accomplished."
And they did it by a mnority of Ti",
C7f), hut with no aid from Eastern Tennes.
see. Like a rock that part of tho State
remained unmoved, though the billows of
treason were surging and foaming around
it. The vote on separation in Knstern
Tennessee was aa follows : For the Union,
32,923 an increase of 2,020 on the vote
of the 9th of February? for separation,
14,780, and the greater portion of Jht lat
ter vote wo cost by rebel soldiers station
ed the.-. From that date the troubles of
this heroic people began. On the 17th of
.Tune, 1861, a large Union Convention was
held tit Greenville. All tho counties were
represented except Rhea. A declaration
of grievances was adopted, which stated
facts showing that the right of free suffrage
had been obstructed by a disunion govern
ment; that tlie people had been subjected
to insults ; their flags fired upon and torn
down ; their houses rudely entered ; their
families insulted-; their women and children
flhot by a merciless soldiery ; and their cit
izens robbed and assassinated.
Their own State first commenced upon
them. Many on hare suspicion were ta
ken prisoners, insulted, abused, and carried
into camps, there to be disposed of as the
Confederate mob thought proper. Squads
of cavalry und infantry were scouring over
1 ho country, offering tho people, male and
female, every indignity that ruffian bands
are capable of, and destroying crops with
out regard to tho condition or drcuibstajs.
ces of the person ; but notwithstanding nil
this, the heroic patriots of East Tennessee
faltered not. They burned the bridges on
on the railroad lending front Richmond to
the Southwest. Many effected tliir escare
ami joined the Union armies in Kentucky.
To (tivu u detailed account of all these peo
ple have suffered, would fill volumes. For
a newspaper glunee tit the subject, let the
following extract from tiio instructions,
dated November 25th, 1S61, issued by J.
I. Benjamin, then rebel Secretary nf War,
to the rebel officer iu command iu Eastern
Tennessee, suffice. :
" t. All such as can be identified in hnv
ing been engaged in bridge burning, arc to
be tried summurily by drum-head court
martial, and if found gilly, executed on
the spot by hanging. It would be well to
leave their bodies hanging in the vicinity
of the burnt bridges."
" 2. All such us have not been so engag
ed are to be treated as prisoners of war,
und sent with nn armed guard to Tusca
loosa, Ala., there to be kept imprisoned at
the depot selected by the Government for
prisoners of war."
With these locts beforo ns, no trouble
will be experienced in nrriving at a knowl
edge of the full significance of tire ovuiiun
extended to Gen. Bumside and his troops
upon entering Knoxville. It was the joy
ful welcome uttered by a community which
for two long and wenry years hnd groaned
under a tyranny the like of which has not
been witnessed on this earth for centuries
past. May the quiet which these people
now enjoy under tho protection of the Na
tional unny, uevor uguin be disturbed !
A SiiFFKiusa CoH'KitiiKAn. During a
sermon in one of the New England States,
not long ago. the minister had occasion to
quote the Declaration of Independence.
This so disgusted n copperhead present that
he left the church and went to another, nnl
got into a piiw with a nigger. Tlieu the
nigger got up and left.
Receiving and Opening
ENTIRE NEW STOCK
Fall and 'Winter Goods,
Direct from San Francisco, at their
And are determined to
SELL AS CHEAP
AS ANY OTHER HOUSE IN JACKSON
County, For Cash.
Jacksonville. Aug. 2!), 18(1.1. mig'jilf
ASHLAND MILLS FLOUR!
EAGLE MILLS FLOUR!
WE WILL KEBP ON HAND THE
above well-known brawls of Extra
Family Flour, for sale, at Wholesalu or lie
tall. ltVAN, MOIIGAN & CO.,
Agents for the Mills.
Sept. 8, 1863. M'ptftml
Notice to the Public.
THE section, from the Summit to the
Half-Way House, of tho Canyon Knad,
will lm open, rendv for travel, on the 20lh
day of Sept. 1803,'lrom wklch time toll will
By order of Canyon Road Company.
Roscburg, Sept. 2, 18li:i. sept'Jtf
Successor to Nulniul.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
OP TIIK DR3T QUALITY, AT
ONE-BIT A DRINK.
And Cigars of tho Choicest Varieties. My
Friends iu particular, and the Public, in
generul, aro luvltcd to give mo n call.
Jacksonville, Sept. 9. '03. scpt'JmO
Is prepared to" tako pictures in every stylo
of tho art, with all the lato improvements.
If Pictures do not give satisfaction, no
charges will be made. Call at his new Gal
lery, on the hill, exaniue his pictures, and
sit for yriur likeneis.
FLOUR AND PRODUCE taken in ex
change for Merchandise, at
July 19.-27 MAX MULLEIt'S.
WANTED.-rTwei .good BOOT AND
SHOKMAKEK8 and one TANNER.
Annlv at the Phconlx Tiitt Jackson
county,, OffOD, MkW
NEW YORK via NICARAGUA.
GREAT IIEDUC'IWN IN HATES'
750 miles shorter than Panama route.
The f.ut mm' Wt'lMtnown PouUit-KnjiIno Steamship
J. II. DLETHEN COMMANDER,
Witt tie cllfiimtctirtl for Sun Juan Hoi Stir, from
Mlasluit Strict Wharf, tit U o'clock, A. M., un
HATUtttlAY OCT. Ill), 18GIJ,
ConncctlnKfttflreytown with ttio Favorite
und yplcndlil Sti'iuiislilp
ILLINOIS, 350 TONS.
The Momis Taylor, clnce her Inst trip, 1ms
undergone the mo.it extensive repairs. Her
deck nave tteen extended forwtird und nft;
cabins ' enlarged, relltted und rcpnlnted
throughoutnuking her accommodations
equal to any Meanier on the ocean.
Every armngement has been made by the
Central American Transit Co. for transport
ing luiBsciigers across Nicaragua in a few
Tor further InforinaMon, npply to
septltd I. K. KOHEIITS. Agent,
107 Wnnhiuntiiii St.. San Francisco.
410 ami 418 Clny 8(., ni; Frnnplsco,
Importers and Dealers
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
Carpets, Oilcloths, Mattings,
For sale in quantitiea to suit.
LIFE OF TRADE.
BUY ALL YOUR DRY GOODS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
Liquors, and Cigars
Cheap Cash Store,
AH THKY AIIE DETERMINED TO
Than any other House
HOUSE IN JACKSONVILLE.
Call and examine for yourselves.
Jacksonville, June 18, 1863. je20tf
HARVEST IS OVER
AND wo want money to bay our Fall
Goods), and .hereby request our friends,
both in town and country, to pay up with-
nut ,11ftv RYAN. MORGAN A. CO.
Aug, 20, 1863. "' aug22t8 J
CHEAP FOR CASH
Corner of Oregon and Main Streets,
HAS jtiftt received nn addition to his
former large und well selected Stock of
FANOY, STAPLE fit SUMMER
BOOTS AND SHOES
Crockery, Mining Tools,
All at Reduced Prices.
ONE and ALL nre invited to fa
vor hint with a call, an it cost noth
ing to hIiow iroodf. and It if) a pleas
ure to Fell them nt prices eo low
thaliionu can complain.
Highest Price Paiil for Pro
duce in Exchange for Goods.
DM. I. J. CZAPKAY'S
Private Mcillcnl nmt Mtu-glcnl Inatlttite,
Ifelow Montgomery, oimhwIIii 1'nrllla Malt H. 8. Co.'g
oilier Nui KnuicUt'ti,
IMnMi.hvri In ISM, for tliu IVnimnciit Ciiru of nil
I'rlvalo hihI Climnlc DNiiil,
AM) TIIK HUl'I'itlltvSION OK QUACKKIIY.
Attt'iiilinitmiJ Hr.Klcnt I'IivkIcIiiii,
Ii tc In tlm llmipiiliui Iti'votiitlniinry War; Chief
I'liyxlclnii tollm'JOtli Itiliiiciit of llimvi-iN: Clilif
fcturgrun to tiio Military lliwpltal of IVntli, lliinpi
ry; tliu lato lcturiroti Dinciimoftliiidt'iiltu Uri
nary OrKuiit, mill Ulfi-iiKfi of Women ami Clilldron,
11111I Iloimniry MviiiIht of tliu l'lillailclnlil.i CuIIcku
Iftr l'lirtlcitlnr nttention paid to tiio trcatmunt cf
IiIm'iikvh of Woiui'il mid Clillilren.
Olllcn limini from 0 n. in, to ti p. in,
2i-Coiuiiiiiiilcatl(in utrlclly eonflileiitl.il, IVrina-
Hunt euro isuiirmiteeil or no nay. CoimnltatlotH, by
littur or otlierwlte, Kltlll'.. AiMrexH,
lilt. I. J. CZAl'K A V, rian FrmicUco.
To tlxo SLfXllotocl.
Of nil iIIkww, tiio Hint Kieat eniiiu
yprlnH from neglect of Nature' lam.
CJUFFKII NOT WIIKN A CDIti: IS (lUAItATKKt)
5 In nil Secret l)lsiaei. telf-nlnit.e, nervonn ilelill
Ity, nyplillln In nil It Klaxon, rtrict urc, pleet, KniveJ,
illnlieteii,illiieiuri of tiio Icliliieys ami Mulcler, mercii
rial rlieiliiintUui, nrofula, palim In the Ihiiii-ii mid
iiiikle, illneofieit of lliu liuijr, tliro.il, iiohu anil even,
11 leu 1 h 11 1 Mm tlm lioily or llnilx, rniicer, diopiy, epilep
tic lit, St. Villi.' dance, and nil IImiocs arlnln finni
n ilermiKi'lilunt of tlm noxiiiiI ni'KaiH, tucli n liurvolii
tremlilliiK, Ion of memory, liw of Miwer, ccneial
eiikiieH4, illmiii'ii of l.lon, titli peeiillnr pot n
puarliiK I'eforo tliu eye, Im of right, alii fulniH,
ilypepla, liver iINcum', emptloiu upon tlm face.
aln In tlm luiek mnl liead, fi'inalu Irreularllliw, and
nil Improper UltrharKu of Uitli Hexe. It mutter
not from what uiiimi the ilUeimii orlKlnnted, liueer
Ioiir utandlnn or obstinate tliu eiixu, recovery In cer
tain, mid In 11 Hlmrtur tlmo than n pi.rnuuicnt ciuo
ran lio ellectiMl by liny other tlentiiie.t,uvciiufter tliu
illnciun I1111 Uilllid tliu Mdll of eminent pliy.lclam,
mid renUted nil their mean of cunt. Tho medicine
prum'ribeil are pleasant nml without odor, entirely
U'KeUhle.rmitftiiu; no kiddie, mnl fruu from mercury
und Uiliuim. IlurliiK twenty year' practice In Ku
rope, tho Atlantic Slate mnl California, I havo re
cued from thu Jaw of death ninny tliouauil ln. In
tlm last ntUKC of tho ubovu mentioned Uleii4e, iuul
been given up to die by thulr ph.vlcl.m ; wlilih ur
raut mo iu proiiihlni; to thu nllllcted, who may place
tlieuwelve under my care, a perfect nml vpcedy cure.
I'rlvato dlitt'iue ure the ttreatunt enemle to health, iu
they uro tho lint caiiu of coiiHuiiiptloti, ncrofula and
iimny other illcae, und uliould bo 11 terror to thu
liumaii family. A permanent euro I Karcely ever
efTecled, u majority of thu caMii falling Into tho
hand of incoiiieteiit jicihoiir, who not only fail to
euro tho illtciue, but ruin tho coutltutloii, llillnt; thu
kytcm with mercury, which, with the dl.e.0,0, lmt
011 thu Kiitlerer Into u rapid coiiiumption. Hut ahouhl
tho UUoasn mnl treatment not cause death speedily,
mnl tho victim mnrile, tho illserwo ii entalkd iihii
tho children, who nro born with fuohlo coimtltutlou,
mnl tliu current of life corrupted by a vim which
betray Itfcelf In ncrofula. tetter, ulcers, uruptlou,
mid other affection of the nklii, eye, throat und
Iiiiii;, eiitnlllni; uon them a brief oxLtcnce oftutfer
lug, und cnn.lxnliii; them to an early grave.
MKi.V-AUUSK I nnother formidable enemy to
health, fur nothing flo in the dread catalogue of dl
eae cause no destructive it drain tijwn thu ytctn,
lira wing iu tliounand of victim, through a few year
of nurturing, to on untimely grave. It destroy tho
nervoii cystem, rapidly wate awny tho energie of
life, cauio mental derangement, prevent thu proper
development of the yteiii, Ulquallil( for marriage,
society, buainc, and all earthly happlnc, and leuve
tho sufferer wrecked in bodv and uiiud, prcditioe(l
to contumptlon and a train of evil moru to be dreud
ed than ileutli itself. With thu fullest conlldeucu, I
im.uro thu unfortunate victim of fceirabuao that
pcrmanont and speedy cure can bo effected, and, with
the abandonment of rulnoua practice, my patUut
can bo restored to robust und vigorou health.
Irregularltle,and all dLcuses of inulvuiid female
aro treated on principle ontabllshed by twenty year
practice, and sanctioned by thousand of the moat re
markable cure. Modiclne, with full direction, sent
to any part of the State, Oregon, Nevada and Wash
ington Turrltorle, by patient communicating thulr
symptom by letter. XluslneM corresponduueu stilct
ly couHdentlal, Address,
h. J. CZAl'KAY, M. D., Ran VrancUco.
sXS The Doctor offer freo couaultatlon, and aaka
no remuneration unless ho effects a euro. Jc'AJinilp
NOTICE ia hereby given to all persons
indebted to mo by noto or Book ac
count, to pay tho same to ray agent, Joseph
Jacobs, on or before tho 15th February,
lStilt; otherwise- tho same will be placed in
tho bands of an attorney for collection.
Per Joski'h Jacoiis.
Englo Mills, January 2Sd, 18a.
rOD PRINTING neatly oxecutcd at the
I SENTINEL OFFIOB.
P. J. UYAN. . .K. H. MOHUAN. . .KDW.4KD UINDK
RYAN, HOttGAN I 60.,
TwoBtoryf Fire-proof Brick Store,
Hext Door tv Exprcn Office,
Are now in receipt of a part of their
Spring shipment of , -
New and Fashionable
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
HATS AND CAPS,
Bonnets, Monitors, etc.
And will be constantly receiving, lfarougli
out thoyeur, additions to their stock.
Wc hare now ou hand nn entirely cow
FANCY AND STAPLE
Millcncry Goods. Trimmings
GIRLS AND BOYS'
Hats, Caps and Monitors,
CLOTHING & BOOTS.
Slippers, Gaiters 6t Shoes,
Brussels 3-ply and Ingrain
FOR DINING ROOMS.
IN EVERY VARIETY.
IRON AND STEEL,
OF ALL KINDS ;
LIQUORS of choicest quality
Tobacco and Cigars,
Crockery & Glassware,
FINE JAPAN TEAS,
DRUGS & MEDICINES
Paints, Oils and Glass,
COOPERS & OARFENTERS'TOOLS
Patent Tackle Block,
POWDER, IN KEGS AND CANS,
CAPS, LEAD AND SHOT
DUCKS from No. O to OtiOO,
AND, IN FACT,
Almost Every Article Utaallf
Called for 1m this Place.
ITavinjj established onrsclve. in Jack
sonville for a long term of years, it is our
full determination to keep up at all seasons
henceforth a No. 1 stock of goods, aad so
conduct our business as to mako it for the
interest of the people of this Valley to
trado with us. Wo will not be outdooe in
tho variety of onr stock, the quality of our
goods, nor can we bo undersold, ok onr en
gagements are of the roost favorable nature.
Call and sea our goods and learo onr
RYAN, MORGAN & CO.
N.B. COUNTBY STORES will
be supplied at a shade oyer San Fra&clnco
cost aid charges. R. M. & CO.