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THE OBEBOiV !
J. M. HITTO.V, Editor.
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To to rnciCT axi nnuriyxxcT or vocn
U.viov, x Gotkrshb.-t rosi the wit out is
LIU of Agents for the Onxnn.v Srvrnxi.
K. K. Uiiwll, general agent for Oregon,
and Idaho Tcnllory.
I. I. Fliher San Fmnrltco Cat.
J J, Knowlton A Co do do
Tbooiai Darn, Applegale. Oan.
T.It. Illll Wlllwr ilo
F. G. lllrd-eye Itock I'olnl do
Thomas Croxton, . . , .Crovton Dipping do
Wm. flpleer, .....Jump-OfT-Jo do
(lor. Glbbs, 1'ortUnd do
II. M. Thompron, Albany do
W. M. Erans Althouie do
ThomuCarr do do
Thomas F.Floyd Kerbrvlltc do
8.W. Sawyer, do do
I). I. Anderson , I'hoeuls do
D.M.C.Gault dn do
A. Ireland Myrtle Creek do
Geo. L. Dean, ntltntmrp do
Tbeodrlo Cameron Union Town do
James V. Watson Ilosehurj: do
lllii Hattle Hunter Rogue Hirer do
L. W.Sulllm Fort Klamath do
Dinger Herman, nf Canyonvlllc,cc ncral
Aire nt for Doagia County.
Jo consequence of the glorious news
frctn all parts of tbo United Slates, wc
beg Icnrc to Introduco our Union chicken,
and we can assure our readers that this is
the first lime he has taken the stand to
crow over any election ; and from this lime
forward let him be hailed as hotiat Abe.
The PacIQe coast seuds greeting to Path'
tr Abraham : The youthful hurt of the
I'aelGe beats In harmony with the music
or the Union I The Great West is at Icait
secure. The people-of Oregon, California
and Nevada are determined (o rcAulu slrad
fast In their comlitutlon.il moorings, wub
the banner of their country wavin; over
them proudly, triumphantly and forever.
Oregon, 1,500 ; California, 25,000, Ne
That will do, especially when we renum
ber with what positive assurance oil of these
Slates were claimed by the Democratic par.
ty, en the eve of the election.
We aro happy to learn that everything '
passed off quietly, all through the State, on j
election day. At Jacksonville, and In fact,
throughout Jackson county, order and quiet
reigned during the day. Freemen went
to the polls and deposited their ballots, for
the mea of their choice, without fear or In
timidation. This Is as It should be. On
the afternoon and evening preceding the
(lectioa, each party made a demonstration
of their strength. Tbo exhibition of fire
works on the pit of the Union party, In
front of the store of that pare patriot, Max
it u Her, was as fine as anything we have
seen in this section of the country. Union
men were enthusiastic and confident as to
the general result.
Democrats expected to carry this county
with a majority ranging from 150 to 200,
bat tbey most slgoally fulled In the reullw-
tloo of their expectations. There has been j
seeming Increase of the Democratic vole I
in this county, but It Is only teemingnot
real Quite a number of genuine Union
men voted for McClellan, believing be
would carry oo the war for tbo restoration
of the Union more vigorously than bis ap
pooent would. Tbssc men will all eome
bik to the Union parly. They are with
as la heart, In sentiment, and In all the no
bis Impulse of their patriotic nature. Let
them come we will receive them with
open arms and freely forgive their mlsdirec
Ilea. Dallas Oct. 21st, 16C1.
The G. D. of the S. of T. of Oregon
bat closed Hi annual srulon at this place.
The following are the officers for the ensu
ing year : 31. P. Qillman, O. W. P.; Ya.
Grant, G. W. A.; W. K. Dunbar, G. S.j
Pones Wilbur, G.T.j W. C.WhlUon.G.
C; J. L. Laughlln, (J. Ceo.-. A. Sbreve,
G. 8en.j Jacob Mendeohsll, P. C, V. p.
The following D. G. W. P.'a were ap.
pointed: Geo. II. Itlddlo for No. 2;
Jaeob Meodenhall for No. 16 ; Wm.
Grant for No. 20 ; John GreaTer for No
2l;Eooes Wilbur for No. 23; W. II.
Gray for No. 4 ; Iler. T. P. ltoyal for
No.31; J.Tfcailbcrt for No. 30; J. O.
KIdcrfor No. 33; and J. V. Harris lor
No. 39. . It. Dcsiub, Q. S.
IlliiHtratcil Hlstery of the Chi
cago C'onrcHtloB, nud its
Kott the election Is over with, aaJ 1
Its ottcr.dcnt excitements and cxtravlgan-
cics, wo detm It enr duty to thnwi-wsy
our partisan feelings. and view the politi
cal battle. Ji.Jt pawed, with tbo eye of a
historian; but m I be limits of the Ssstim
Et. are not toth as to clvc room for a ret-
j respective view of the whole canvass, wc
propose to toke up the history of that
I most remarkable and eccentric body,know
as the Chicago Contention. Perhaps
there never ws a more self-sacrificing
body of men met together In political con
clave. Flut, to proceed to oor talk, wc wonld
say that this iclfsacrifiiclng convention
organized by electing a prcsidcut.
. r. r'
The first thing In order was to prepare
s platform broad enough and long enough
to catch ercry sore-head In the land. Much
, d'flVreccc of opinion has prevailed as tn
the meaning of this platform. It Is ail mil-
j by thoie who profess to be Judges that il
The platform being completed, the next
thlcg was to diipluy their various l'resl-
I iicnuai imrsrs. aiany were iirongnt np in
review, and caeli In turn bad his admirers.
At length a certain horse made his op
pcarance, late from the valley of the Chick
ahomtny, that fur eclipsed all others. As
clamatlons of praise greeted him on all
sides, so wonderful were some of his per
formanres. (Our artist has succeeded in
obtaining an admirable sketch of bis ap
pcarnncc In his principle feat of riding two
horses going In opposite directions.
Chieago Contention teiliituing Liltlt Slac't
Hut, strange to say, even In Hits stlf sac
rificing body, there were those who permit
ted within their breasts those petty Jral
ouI which so often war the social circle,
and lead to defeat. Uere discord arose in
their midst some saying he rodo one
hone, ond some saying he rode the other;
some saying lie rode to the right, and
some contending that be rode to the left.
Little Mao overcame nil the contention,
and was led out. Ills friends soon ba.d
lit apptaratKt Jf'Tjf triw M out.
him ready for the race, and used all their
Hit opptatantWtia3 radj for th rati
Influence to win the race. lie took a fair
start, and at one tarn be could see the
White House In the distance, his sight be-
Whiltlhmein ! the ditlante.
Ing sharpened by a collision between two
other horses rnnalog on the same track.
One of the others, botvever, a wooly horse,
soon became distanced, aed the White
House in the distance began to vanish.
Me Jf'Ai'f Horn a
il began W9 to venith.
About this time n certain dwi horse
from Sangamoo county, Illinois, who bad
the tnude track, obtained a fine view of
the While U",', -u the foregrosBd, and
RAHfcftSiTisyTTjr iir3KT??ajW5 t
MBtn WM1' I i i'1 ij -tJikisiHr'm.
I BBFiv w Wf . 41Hinr
i BRSR' III ; cSJHPSr '
White Jlouie tn the foreground
the Southern Confederacy disappearing In
the dim distance.
Southern Conjexltmnj dltnppiaring in the
In the meantime the friends nf the Chick
ohomlny borse, determining to fight It nut,
goaded blm on like a beef to the slaughter.
Hit tniy thtij
Tho bnckers of the Chicago hnrse still
seemed sanguine of succrns, until their
Iritnds in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indian
were defeated, when they bad one connula
lion lelt. When the much drrodid 8th ol
November arrived, the friends of the Little
Horse marched to the poll In solid col
unw, preserving the utmnet order. Hut
uhuMUK'.'y.Ui'. .".Y'.V.'f :,": rr
AppMTxntt oj the tolumm.
all their efforts proved futile. Tho inn,
on lbs 8th day of November, went down
oo the broken and diiplriled ranks of the
I7ir preunl apjxaraiue of tome oflht
Their horse being much fatigued, In con
sequence of tbe great load ho carried, has
been turned out to gr for a living, be
7is oppfflrinyi! on the totninont.
ing no longer of any service to his train
er. The actions and doings of the Chicago
Convention have now passed Into history,
and tbe party represented there will here
after be spoken of m a thlog that was.
Their hitherto well organised colotnM are
dissevered, and their force demoralised and
Sattere4 tend it ion of their Jent.
The Democratic party, esee gret awl
gledo-M, baa jrese down la the sea of ob.
livles, lMvleg bellied it all those great
m glerteas atribulea wbleb adorned it In
the day when it was a wood title to be
i called a Democrat.
F9 i TSdJHSiHiE.
lit latt tippenranet nt it mnk in the tea qf
Sakitart. Names of subscribers, and
amount of money contributed, in Canyon
vllle on tho occasion of an address In be
half of tho Sanitary Commission by Din
ger Herman for the relief of the sick and
Public Contributor S21 CO; It-nlolph
Abraham 2 60; II J Sldeman 5 00; F-G
Hart 2 GO; rhnrles Kimmel 2 50; H F
Lawrence 2 fit); it Fisher 2 60; CD
RoMcll 2 60; Hyman Wolli-iihtirg 1 00;
R Stevenson 0 60; Martha Thorn 1 00;
J Jennings 1 00.
Cow Creek Precinct John H Riddle
2 00; T B Nlckols 2 50; II O JCIcklos
I 00; Dan -Raymond 1 00; William II
Riddle 3 76; T A Flint 6 00; Cash 2 00;
S W Judd 1 00; James Catching 1 00;
William II Wilson (enrrrney) 5 00; Cash
K Hills 1 00; Choi Tntelicn 1 00; R
RumcII 1 00; Dan Connelly 0 60; D A
Herons 6 00; Clms Rcrlman 2 60; Rob
Trimble 2 00; O O Nleklos 6 00; V
Mu1Un,;W0; W Cardwcll 1 00; Col D
W Ransom 2 50; John D Ilnus 4 00;
Cash 6 00; Jus Carlton 2 50; John A fi
ner 2 50. Total 8108 35.
The fullowlng lellrr was handed us for
publication, fur the benefit of those trans
mitting Sanitary Fundi:
State or CAi.tron.MA, Kxrrr'r Dcr'T )
Sarramcnto, Oct. 24. 1804. )
It. Herman, Eiq, Canyonvillt, Ogn.
5tr DxAn Sir.: I received your rained
favor of the 7th Inst , inquiring as to Ibe
bat modo of remitting funds lo this
branch of the Sanitary Commlwlon.
In reply, I would say that It. G. Hnrntb,
of San Frnnctsco, Is the Treasurer of this
branch, lo whom you hud In'llcr remit
rather than to me. I wonld ndvifc you
lo remit by Wells, Furgn ,t L'rs't- rxprtts.
You can send the coin, or you can conrrrt
it Into Treasury Notes and send them, as
ynu think best.
Wells, Fargo A- Co., I think, make no
ch-trgo lor trnnrHirlatiuu of any fundi for
To sum up the whole matter: I would
advWc ynu lo remit y"r donation In cotu
t It. O. Snealh, Kq., Ban Frnnciico,
through Wells, Fnrgo fc Ci'.'s express.
Faithfully yours. F. F. LOW.
Pres't Cut. Hrauch San. Com.
In an nbliuary, published in the Skxtin
ki. nf October 21M, from a correfftondrnt
nf Jotejihliieenuiily, we pullshed the follow,
log quotation from Jingfcllow In an ultrr
cil coudillun ; which, by request of our cor
respondent, v.e now give as originally fuw
" Ho ! brave hearts that vcut down in the
Ve are at peace In the troubled stream,
Ho ! br.ie laud I with hearts like these,
Thy Hag- Ibal li ruut In tnaln,
And without a nam I"
Governor Gibus bus ujipniuled (he ful"
lowing named gentlemen recruiting ofilcer:
A. G. Uorland, Grant County ; K. Pal,
rner, Yamhill County; Charles Lafullct
Polk C'ounlyj W. J. Shipley, Henton
County ; W. 8. Powell, Multnomah Coun
ty Thomas Reynolds, Marlon County ; F.
O. McCown, Clackumas; T. Humphrey
At the residence of the bride father.
near Abtand Mills. Nov. Cth. IflCl.bv Her.
J. WMIllcr. Mr. Jamiu 1. Woohson. ami
Miss Iaiiu J. illlJJo.N, all of Jockwn Coun
DR. A. B. OVERBECK.
rir. Ovrljlf WAllliI innflimM In lh T
Ixnns of Jackson county and vicinity, that
be has returned to Jackiouvillc and resumed
the practice of mtiltetiie. He will nlwnvi
be found at his pM stand, the Overb-ck
Hospital, unless jakeot profrs Ion
al btuluet. Ho wouli reneeifully sullolt
a renewal of former fiatronase.
NOTICE Is hereby given lhat the Unllvd
Slates Internal ltorenue Special Tax
List, of tbo 9tb Dlvlilon, is now oiea for
examination, for ten days, at the Otlice of
the Asslitaut Assessor, in Jacksonville;
also, notice is gljren lo those who were as
tevttd on the tint of Mar, 16G4, for Uulted
States LtecuKS, where the rata of inch L.
ecsses were iaercaei by the act or June
30th, 180-1, sueb Llcenies will be re-as-sessed
for a rateable proportion of ach lo
creasvd rates, from July lit, lbCt, to May
1st 1865. '
Astt. U. S. Ar, Olb Dir.
Jacksenvlll Nor. lOlb, 18CL
Jlavlog tW day sold out myentlre stock
to M. A tlreataao, I take this method of noj
tag alt these Indebted to me, either by
obU or book account, to come forward nud
Bwkc- payitHHU Immediately, &a demands
will be placed in the bauds of uy attorney
Nov. 10,1801. nBr'00M-
Ko.KM, tiotnmrrrUl trt,
"r 1, ' i- f
Consultation by Lottor,
On OTHERVriSR, FllER,
ESTAItLlSHr.D for the cure ordlwnscs
of (i private nature. Such as Gnnor
tben, Syphilis, BiK-rmcalorht. Mercnrlal
Complaints, Gleet, Stricture. ScmlnnlWcak
nets, lninotency, 'RbenmalUm. Fever and
Ague- Skin diseases, Scmlual Hnusiors, and
all diseases brought on by Imlulgeucvs or
THE HOWARD EVSTITUTK
I under tho Immediate charge of Pit. P.
HOWAtMi, who has bvenmo jntly clbra.
ted by his successful trenlineut of dlcnict
of tho above tiature,
H'lMoiif ie we of Mtrenry in any form.
In re-openlng this old and popular Insti
tute once more to the rnoplo of tbe l'scinc
Coast, the Doctor r governed not only br
a dcxlro tonrYurd annylum forlbealU'cti-d,
hut to SUITIID3S UOACKKUY, which has
r late so buldlynnd Impudently comu be
fore tho public. They claim to bare eerlfl
cutis of rvmnrkable curvs, or some before
unheard of dlftlncltons.of foreign tc-tinm-nv.
nf Kuronean idncutlon, nud European
i rvuiedlrs; thus mlsleciting tho anHctlcd,
who are not aware oi lint utter UH-k-vneiw
of foreign rcnicdli.i and practice, wbi-u ap
plied to dlicnrrs In this variable cllmat.
Of such pretenders thu Doctor warm tboj
ivrklns; medical relief to bi-nnre, for they
seek but to deceive you and ruin your
To Ms old patioim nnd the public In gen
eral Ibe Doctor would ay: Tbey can riily
tn lila Ln,in-li klrtlt hml lt,lnr.rllv lin-tn.
Ifore, with every auralice of a'spicdy and
iiwf t-ttntitmt Piit-H In nil tiAsttitliif ("Bami.
The Doclur's charges are moderate, nnd
suited to the tnenns of tho potlcat.
THE HOWAflD INS HTUTE
Is located tn the center of the city, and Is
fitted un with every cnnreiilcnce for Ibe
I comfort of tbe afflicted. Tbe patient will
here find ercrythlng In bis with, nnd cau
I &itrr and Jjtme the Juititute trithmtfrnr efc
I l'errnnt rortdlnc In Ibe interior, wbn mar
nrcfer bclns Cured at Home, by tcndlne a
j careful deierlttlnu of their diene. togeth
er mm a piaivmrni ,11 inr irnptu hi iiiiiu
tbey hare ccn afllleted, ean have tbelnnrd'
lolne carefully put up ami rent tn any part
of tbe l'aclflc Coat (y Eviirrts or mull, to
gulher with full and explicit directions
hh to enable them to brliiR ubnut n rH-edy
and permanent cure, without eulalllng up
uu Ibcni the tieces'lly or vliltlng the city.
All letters alioiilil be adelrcaa
Cll. Dr. 1. Howard, Honard Institute, No.
532, Commercial Direct, Sau Fraucltco,
The Doctor hlni'i-lf opens and answers
all Irltur", and eorropoiidcnls cnu rely ou
Ibe strlclrit sverrey. .
Comullatluu by li-ltcr or otherwise, free.
TO THE LADIES!
When a Femsle Is In Irnuld", of v baler
lr lifitnri. nr flll,fo.l ttllli n .ll.... .n.li
I ' , -. ......,.-w -a... h ll".m r,vi.
as i-nkue nf I lie Itack nnd limbs, pnlm
In I bo head, dluincs nf ! jtlit. loss of mu
, eular kjhtt. ialpiiatlon of the heart. Irri
tability, iienuiinncrs, deranci-meiit of tbs
i dlgtitlre funcllons, geueral ib bllily. all ills
eases of the Womb, hysteria, slerlllly. and
all other lU'caro. peculiar to fviii.tler, llo-y
should en nt once, or write, to Dr. How
I ard. nt his Helical Initllue. Let nu falie
! delicacy prevent yuu, but apply ImmtdUle
'ly, and save younelf frompaiuful sutTcrlug.
mm pnmaiuru lira. u.
The DoctnrV ofUee Is so arranged that he
can be comulli-d nlthout fear of dbcovcay.
Dr. Howard's Female Fills
Are nnlvrrrally acknowledged to tie tbe
only compound to be depended upon for
the removal of nil cares of suppusso or Ir
regularity, or of obstructions of xbaterer
nature and of however loogslaudlne.
Ladles having rearon to believe they are
pregnant, should I careful to avoid uilng
them, as Ibey would surely cauiea inlrcar.
rlane. Tbey will lie forwarded to any part
of the Paclbe Coast, upon the receipt of (5
CONSULTATION IiY l.ETTKIt, OU
All letters mimt be addrescd to T)H
J3. HOWABP, ,,owr lu.tTtule,
No. i'Si, Cummercial street, Kan FrnnclKO,
FRANCO AiilCRICAIV HOTEL
i i 4 :
MADAME DE llOnOAM desires lo
call the attention of the traveling
public to Ibe fact that the Is uow prepared
to accommodate customers i.v the vcrt
Will always be supplied, at oil hours, with
the very best tbe market affoiiU No trou
ble wllf be spared to render her guesU com
fortable and conleuted.
HER ROOMS AND BEDS
Are all reatted and refurnished In excellent
Kffi; C'" "il and test
Tbe Franco Amerloan Hi t.-l and Uestau-
buildings!1'1 Itf XetJu,,jr lrlck
Jacksonville, Sept. 26, 'Ct. octltf
CHEA T' rFtK"oSOT
Corner of 'Oregon' and Main Streets
HAS jnt reeclred an addition to kit
rotDK-r large and r. ell svlteted titdok f
FANOY.8TAPLE i SUMMKIt
M 2 5
,v 3 b
AH at Reduced Pxiows.
ONE and ALL art tnvlted to fa
ror blm with a call. a St costs ot
Ing to show L'ocxl. and II Is a pless
u re to sell them at prices so low
that noue can complain.
Illgkcst Price raid for Pro
duce In Exchange fer Gx4a.
B&- .80UOS. -t
.KORH 8 1IKOS.
ouii sils imo.s.
.SOHU SIIC11S 1IHO.S.
iiORII SIICACIliS imos.
OUU S11UASAC11S UU03.
sxx AT xxx
CHEAT CASH STORE,
Of every dcfcriptlon, and the
Latest Stylos 4c Fasktauc
FALL & WINTER
"Will tie the
WILL ME STWTLV AVUK&SD It.
All are rcsocetrullV: lavlteJ to irlva M
a call. SACItdBRO'S.
Jaeksonvllle, Oct. ), '61. oettlf
i . . i
Pay Uj! Pay U! Tar Upt
ALL those indebted to me are requested
to eome forward and settle up. ad all
who hold demands against aw will please
nresent them, on T rvruiAf tn lAv.TAtfAAn.
ville in a few days.
j niso wish to sell my HOUIsK MO
"IS"1"' NW F.IMIWg P" '
chase will please eol at roy rwideoc Ibssbc-
Miun-y. a, u, Aiiucaie.
Jacksonville, ot. Olb, 1861.