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DECEMBER 21, 1S0-1.
VOL. IX. NO. 49
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SriTi orOnroov. l.xxrvTivi: Drr'r I
October iMtli, 18til.
Whtnai, I have received a rcquMllon
frtm Majur flcntral Irwlii McDawtlt, cots
maadlnir the Department of Hie I'acllle, ac
ting under authority of the War Department,
for oae regiment of Infantry, In addition to
Ibi volunteers now In the tervlca of the
United Sslates. to td In tho enforcement of
tbtlaws. suppress Innrrcctlun and Invasion,
unit to thastlte heiilllc lntllniii In this mill.
Ury diitrlet .
Now, iberifare, I. Aminos C. Gums, Gov
trnor of tht Stale of Orei-ou. ami cointuan-
elsr-in-eblef of the rullltla thereof, do hereby
till apon lurcmr.enioi una male to organ
lit thiimelvct Into comptniet itifflcliut to
ill the foMgolug re-qubltlou.
Ii witnest whereof, I bar hereunto
t rny hand, and cauicd tho ival of
t t-J UtSM'ltOrv)roffto b 'alrlietl.
Dve at Atlem, tlili tilth day of Oc-
Uiber, a, ii.. lam.
addison o. owns
Governor of Oregon.
Attttl. .tiucKt. K. May, Secreliry of
the om:ooy bewtiwel.
uh-kd Knur tu-rcitiur mokninu.
B. F. HOWELL, Prcp'r.
Sl'tlfClllFTION Krtr Oni-VTar. In ml.-Ani'n
t' our Dollar If paid wllhtu the lint fix
month, of tho year, live dollun i ir not paid
until the expiration of the year. lx dollun.
Aiivkutikimi Oho square (10 Hues or
Ittt), first Iwwrtlou, Thrte Dollun ! cncfi
ulifciittcnt liiiirtlon. Otw Dollar. A dis
count of fifty percent wH1 bo made to those
who advertise by IhoYratt.
ajUpIJciilf rrc-hjtl ,! cnmnl rln
BY CALIFORNIA AND
Tht Mloeelng Ii berthy promulgated:
Tbi plan of recruiting it.d oriffcriJy.liij; tlir
above fortv, Tf ill be. t follows, until further
Tbi rtgtmtnt ulll be knuwa the Tint
Infantry, Ortgun Volunteers. The Held,
staff and line elSecrt will bo roiainl-loiud
; the (Sctvarnor. The Statu ulll be dlvl
did lut dUlrlcti, according to the nmnU'r
f pirioni In each diitrlet liable to do ui i II
tary duty. When meli diitrlet bat furnish
ed its quota of nun. lime lll be no draft In
tbi lime, under this call, liicb diitrlet w III
furnish one company.
Lommitilont mil iio neurit, uy llicuovcr
or, to company cfflccrs. conditioned that
ihsy shall rrctull their rcsprctlvo compa
nies, and be rtady to bu mu.trnd Into the
ifftld, within a time lirreafter to be nantiil.
A company rondrxtotu will bf eitabllih.
J at tonic cmlral point In each diitrlet. and
If practicable, rccrulti Mill heieUlni-d tin re
ntll Ihr compiny It tilled and ready to be
uilernt Into nrvlcr.
The .Ylalc hit pro Med by latr for the
pijmrnt of atxtunty of I JO In .Slate Intrr
it bearing bond payable In ild to each
velunUtr. inmlcrtU luto the nrlce, In ad
xlillou In thr lion n lies aiilhirlzid to ! pi Id
b; Ibi l.'nlli.l .Vlitci (See lUlntci 163 4,
Ihi wagei of a foldler In addition are SIC
fur month, IpMi clothluc. eniilpinenli, ra
tlmi. and allowanrra furnl'hul l) thr Ij'ul
t42ttlu. .See ttatule 1&C3, PK CC2.1
Tbi proper organization aud ttrinRtb of
a riimini it a lollom :
Om (I) coloml, on(l) llrutinantculontl,
ii(l) taijor.oni (I) adjutant (an extra
liiiul), oai (I) quarlermailcr (an extra
lliulinant), on (I) inricron, two (2) aoli-
tint urKoni, one (1) chaplain, our ( 1 ) t r
Itint mtjor, one (t) regimental qiiartrinat.
ur nrKtani. one ( i ) rtKiintuiai eommlriarr
irgeaat, and nc (I) hotpltul iktMiiJ.
Tiaeompanlit form a rtglmmt.
couriNT or isrisTurr
One (I) captain, one (I) lit llnitenant,
ai (I) Id. llcitttiiaul, one (I) lit. acrceanl,
uur (4) ifrt;cint, elcht (H) corporal, tan
(tl rauilelajii, ouu (1) wagoner, aixlylonr
(It) prlt atei. minimum, and rlphtr-iuo (8 i)
prl? alti maximum, boldea Ihu noil comini
Uutleiam may be tnllited In each coinpt.
;, who nill be rated and paid an prlrato.
TO TIIK COUNTY OIM'IOKIJS. :
Other Statei hare fllleil, with commenda
bit prwmptltude, itery cill that bat been
kIi apun them. T tic people bare a very
nitural ripniniMce lo a draft, under which
my dralutl nun mutt aetTe vr lurnUh a
lubillllue. 1,'ndrr It there mint Inevitably
bt iodiq caie ol revere I "It memary hanl
ablp. Opportunity Ii noir given to at old
iach a dralt. Tliu men arc ucdlrd prompt
ly, and every combination of pmrlotimi
aod of State, local, mid Tioiial pUde re
fw tUl you tviAintKt vtHijJlj, oal yrturv't
nffinitl-j U buntuu ef oljainmj rUuntttrt,
Tbicfllciriof theKtatofifllnj; the nioit earn
l Retire that Ibaeutirc SKu rhould avoid a
drift, apptal to the patriotic citizen of
jvur ceuuir, Ibroueh you who are their ofJI-
4i(i and legal and natural reprcreutatlfo.
Ai tiardlaua of their rlghla and of Iheir hou
r.Tl It lucumbent upon you lo rrniond to
thli appeal by earurat and fueccitful nnrk.
Call tn your aid the aiitancc of thoactlte
and Ir.flucntlal citixrot of tho courity.--l.et
ttir; loyal citizen nf the county undvrUnd.
tifi. If poktible, Induce him tonalizo that
b bit an Immrdialo and peiroual Intcreit
la the nicceof)our eflorla. II ueocMary,
ill airtliux in your Kbool diitrlet aud
bring the matter homo to every Inhabitant,
fundi mil b nettled to pay eipemer, not
T'tvidrd for by late .it ubcrlpllon bu
tlrcultted In each county for that purport',
and preserve a rtcord of the names or Ihu
Itoert aioong the arcblvia of the county.
h ihert, tht Cnvernor, ujwu xhow tho re
liliillon ii made, ctpvcU, urul justly, that
yea nil) ropond lo ibi call uikjii you h llh
aa earaeitneti of purpose nhlcn ihalliiiMiru
eucetri. Due notice ol Itvoillttrlctliig of Hie
f.ltte nill be glTen aa toon aa 11 can bo
tjroti or mtm out raox itani coumv t
Jttkton , 55
'C'l.aalQf.. ........... .......... 0
4'tJ ...... ......,.f. .......... 0
I)oli ,..,... 60
Lido ;..;. 100
Uenton ,,.. ,...n... 41
i'ollt , .10
Marion ..,,,.......,....', 08
tamuiii..,.., ................... lu
Tillamook , .t.V, .1 .-,'.j . . t .3
Ciiiiop . . ,, , , , , , 7
Wasco and Grant 120
lmalilla , 3A
tltkrr and Union 68
1. (. t). r.Jrtcltirnivlllo Lodge
ini in) rnaij 01 iu nrti
wk in tied month, AtM en
lltuntAj f mdi Inl.tttnlue
wffi, mi tat yiftaonie llall. tl
''ltkr. h. llUi.NWVMnair.Vr.l.ill..t
Joai Mtl.aiitv, It. B'.
i)Trtl..,,J,u it. Saltou," Wot. Illj tnJ 8IU
Warren Lodtfo No, 10, A. If. & A. M.
HOLD their regular communi
cations the Wcdnridar Krcnlinrmn
or preceding the full moon. In Jica'-
IU.1VIUJC, oxxiio.v, .
u. H1.00M. Src'y.
o. JAcnna. . r, niMtitu..
ATrOHNKY'fl AND COUNSKI.OIIH
ANDSOI.ICITOIIH IN CIIANCKUY'.
lime npKll flic Coiut llmiit.
All bttitneit committed to their care will
be urompll- attended lo. Julr 29. T,i,
D. F. DOWELL,
ATTOltNEY AT LAW,
VIII liraetlce in all the t'ourlt of the Third
j uuiciai iiiainct, Ilia Miprenw Court of Ore
gon, and In Y'reka, Cal. War Scrip prompt.
Iv colli-clfd. oct. 18.
roar no Kxci.vuvii.r roa tiik iVTtNtir
OREGON I nrranycmenl, the bombardment of tlmt city I with a lot 19 euiif, and about 1,300 prli-
ii temporarily tuppcnilnl, nnd will not bo , onsn. llood'i wbnle army, excrpt his
rnnmeJ until after the exchange It con-J eavalry and o imull force at Murfrcetboro
ciuii.ti. i lie uomunniinrnt cemed oti
Sunday, (lie dlh, nnd the trauifer nf ptl.
Now Y'ork, 12ili. llealun K. Fcnlon, on,r "n ,00" "" comnwnceil. It iirx
Governor elect ol New York. Iia rrnt nn I Prc,fd lno or ,,,r,-c Wl T1" rtqulrtrd
Mi resignation nt member of Congrrii, tn
lake efT. ct Dec. 20lh. It it tlintiitht llmt
the aprokir ivlll iippnlnt I) C Little John
tn flli the vacancy causal by this rcilgnn.
Advlcri from Clly l'-olnt slalo that u
atnrm wni raying llirre yeslrrilny. It Is
rrportdl that one of l.ee'a Impurtunt rull
road ciimniuutrdllona Imi been cut by our
Il(oiliiuuteri Army Potomac, 11 111.
It was kiinirn tltul the enemy wcrpprocur-'
Ing large iuppllc by way of the WcMon
railroad lo Slony Creek whrncu they were
wagoiml. The cavulry forco irnt there
ten ilayi ago not bring able to. Hop thcxe
operation, the flflli corps, with Urcggi
cavalry, and the third division of the 2d
corp, huve been delallcd to ttTrclltally put
n stop to Ihcm by ileilrnyinfr tho railroad
ui fur smith m lliekford, If it was possible
lo complete the exchange,
Nashville, 12th. Official reports from
Urn, ItiMrcrans, at Murfrrrthoro, have
been received. Illocldiouits five nnd six
wa rngflgad. otaktom.
Washington, lClli. The fullowlng has
Just hern received! Nashvllle,Tinn.,16th,
9:30 r. u. I nltackul the enemy this
niortilinr on Iho led, nnd drove him from
the river below the city, very near to
Franklin. I have cnplurcd 100 wagons,
I... t .. ...! n nnn ! 1
I uciween i,uuu anil i.uuu priauneri unu
(were ubanlonid liy tho gairlsotu. The 1C pieces ef urtlllery. Our troops behav
enemy surrounded them, but thry bravely ed splendidly, all liking a share, and fro
fought their way nut and ciraprd In Mur- qneully charging the linattworkr. I shall
frcesburo without lost. On the 4lh, the attack vuiii to-morrow If lie will stand
block hnura at Orvllle Creek was ultackrd , fJght. If he nlrrnti to'nlglitj will pur
by the rebel Urn. Hairs Davidson, with 6 , sur. I have been throwing a large envoi
pieces of artillery. 71 shells were fired, ry force In bts rear to destroy Ids truini,
doing no damage. The same afternoon I If possible. Tnnuaa. Muj Cui,
tlireo regiments, with the 2d artillery, went Nn later intelligence from Sherman,
from Murfreeibiiro, under Oen. Mll'roy. ' Signed Staxton.
The enemy's force was unknown. Our1 Washington, litli, 8:30 a. u. The fid-
tronpi allacktd and routed the enemy, i lowing i.lTIclal report nf a great victory
Federal loss, four killed nnd lorly wouudul. ohtniiird yestrnUy by '1'liomai' and his
Kiicmy's losi niit.-iiowD. Night coming nn, gallant army over the rebel force under
our forces n tired to tho fort. Monday j Hood, In front of Nmlivllle, vni rrcclved
miirulng the enemy vttrc rcliifnrced by Imii lids nfurnlng ul 1 n'clock. A sitrpils'ng
brigades of infnutnr nnd 2,600 cavalry, circumstance connected wllh this grrut
to reaelt that station. On Wednesday at u,""'r ''""est In pirsnn during the day.' acliiivtmcnt is the small loss snllered liy
started south on the " tl'll(,""tty 'e emmy tli inontlrnltd our tronpi, evidencing, among other things
ATTOltNEY AT LAW,
Will practice In the Courts of Oregon.
Onier. 1W Ofilae llnlldlnns.
QEORQE B. DORRIS,
ATTOltNEY AT LAW,
suuy'ky'ou k civii, i:ncini:i:u.
Rtildinct near the South end of Oregon
lrt. January. 2, Wt
J. H. STINSON,
ATIOUNKY' AND COCNHIH.I.OII
Albany, l.lnn county, Oregon. m,'22tl
Q. W. QRCER,
I'lIY'SICIAN AND SUIKJI'.ON.
Office at hU rishlencv on Orrifcn ilrrel.
daylight, Hie column
Jcruiulitn plank road. The cnvalry ad
vnncu nrrhtd at a point 12 miles from
IMrralitirg, diverged front the road to the
right nlmosl one tulle, nhtn It reached
Iho Natlony Illvcr. ui.d nt mice commenc
ed crosiliig. On reaching n point ttu
miles beyond b'uiwx Court Home, iohik
cavulry were incnuiitcred, and driven back
lo nhtra the Wetdon rnllinnd cnsr the
Nattnwny, About noon, n 'small force of
the enemy dashtd In bcturcn our cavalry
ngalutt the furls nt Mutfrcrsborn and tbc the admirable skill and strategy of Oen
tnnrn, coming up within a mllo of the fort, i Thomni In the disposition nf the bit tic.
On yesterday the enemy's Infantry moved i In our congratulations at the defeat of the
around lo Wllkluini, about 11 miles north enemy, thanks nro due the Almighty fur
writ of the fort, nhere the rebel command I the protection of our pnllnnt officers and
wax formed nt the battle nl Stone River, soldiers In the great coullict which they
Three regiments and n luttrry wrre sent linvc pnsscd through,
out on the Hnlrni Pike, nho encountered1 Ileadrjnnrlert, Ib'p'l Cumberland, eight
the cnrniy nn the Wilkinson l'lke, behind , miles from Xuihvllle, ICth, C f. )l. I have
brvMttviiiht of Iigs nnd mils. The rebels the hounr to rcpurt llmt the cue my have
were completely rnnlid nod driven cfl'ln ' been preMcd back nt nil pnlnts to-day, nnd
ami the advance nf Ilia Infnntiv. but iven-IB'"" '"'' inmriscnviiiry mulling it now on incline u rririm. a large
soon repulsed wllh tllglit loss. Our ml-' B ,nM "n ,l'm '" lMt llllrr ,0 CUIM'- number nf prisoners lme bet n captured.
rat.ee then commencul the destruction ' l- w 30 kllll ond 175 noundd. 17 to 20 pieces f nrtlllcry today. I have
of llw road by burning the bridges aero,. "" tnfnV ' ,n" '"' WW,UJ uur'- J WinH lo lie cimlliiutd milay.
ilm Xoiiu.... ThoT mnil .1 oi. ,..," look 207 pritoneri. Including one com- light In the morning. Although Iho
f2tirn.ttrf Mlnltiiii ami litwitiii.ti.t.l il......
ri,,,..j... -i.i.i i ii . i. , 'captured nnd lire imw In poaltlon
lliuriday night. On the nlleriioon nf , ' ,. , '
i..t.i.. .1. .i ... ii,.,.. ,! fort, rrevlous In Mllliny s nlturk
. .t.uv,f IIU, Wl.lllltVIll IIHCIItll JJI4IUIII.
The eitdity were found to be In seine force,
having n battery In position with strong
works nn both sldis nl the lrhrrrrn river,
an attach wat futind linnrurttrulde. nn ne.
count of tht strength nf the works, and the ,,e,,on of nrli,,cr' ,0 drl"' .,,,ro "! '
difficulty of approaching them, particular. '"n, nlilch wm dono to .IT dually that
ly with nrlllhry. It w.t determined t j " ''" S.1 m"'Itf l,U "I'lranco since.
carry the wniks on Ihls fido nnd drttri.y (,f"' (3rnnC"',l 'l"'r'"' '!' " S1"
Ihe depnt, which nan successfully done. i ',,,on' ' ,,e WM,,wr '' coM BnJ no M0
WAshlngton. 12th.-arruugemc..ls pr, '"" are In progress. Persons from the
rapidly being made Input the new first , trM ,1,,c rrPort I",f," MlTrtlnp moi.r
corna of (Jen. Nwicnek'i Into the Held at ,01 "'"'i'- -v" c,rr'" '" " I'vigunor
I mba'nnid officer. Two 12 puuinKrs were troops lire much fatigued, the grealut en
In this. Iliusliisin prevails. Tlic number of prison
illmy's ntturk on the. cm cnpturid yesterday greatly exceeded
rebels, llufford's dlvnlo i of cavalry utluik , the number telegrnphcd lust cvriiiug. The
cd Murfrrrsboro, enitrtd the town, shel'id ! nomh, fields and Inlrenclinieuts arc strewn
It and iK-slroMtl several houicr. Rose-'with the enemy's small arms, abandoned
crans rent one riglimut nf infuntry and n In I he retreat. In couclujion, I am happy
Ihccarllctt n.Mucnl. Many old nnd tried l,0"d ,H,TC l,rfn ,ttkc" "I"""' mIf liilo J
eft cert w be i.hicrd in command. Tl.eir I """""" ' c 'rl'"" "" ' " poui.ng
CITY nil UCr STORE,
tlpiiniKf tlir Cuiuity Jnll.
Jaesonvllle, Ogn. deo2ltf
ft prepared lo tako ptcturet In everv itvle
of the art, with all tho lata Improvements.
If l'lcturea do not ee satlifjctlou. nn
charsea will be made. Call at hit new Cal
lery, ou the hill, eiamluo hU plcturei, and
sit lor your likeneii.
DR. A. D. OVERDECK.
Dr. Overbrek would announce In the tit
ttcut of Jackson county and vicinity, that
he has returned lo Jacksonville and resumed
Hit practice of medicine, llo will always
be found at his Aid ttand, the Overbick
Hospital, unlrst absent rmfisdnn
al buslncsn. He would reipeclfuily solicit
a reueaal of former palrmiage.
to stale that all this has baen accomplish
ed wllh but small lots of life tn in. Our
Iom probably iloct not CXceeil 3,000, of
whom very few were killed.
Slrncd Thomas, MaJUcn.
Dallimore, 1 Gib. The American's An
napolis special d'spalch says the Steamer
Havana has put arrived wllh newt that
Sherman had captured Savnnnah with
6,000 prisoners after 8 hours (Iglitlnr.
... . .... I ittsAlititl I Mil I inn li niiliiinni in IIOA.I'a I Was ilnninn inn l r aimam naiuiu
mmes will bo unuonnced In a few days ,w" "" ' o '"" ri"..-
Ktept haxc been taken which will Induce my are wining to ugui nuw, um win not , oi to-ujy contain uni-iiiciai report or mr
e nil, Stale to forward veterans to Join this ' -"In 'TC l,lcIr Slu,'- Ul,, of Fnkn. '" "''W' I'")' tkm.
corps. It Is said nrroninncnU ore in pro ' ,1" "' ".- t u.i .,.. eimne ui i-i . ..iy ""
u int bv nhleb State and other b.mi.il.-. '" account nf a battle In front of tiavau- Among whom Ihey mcnllon,
may be paid here In n veteran .recruit who no'' "" ,,,,, ,0,,, w,,,cI' h W cf""e r'om
may hae him-elf cmlllci tn any purlieu- ft ln'1'1 ,"Il,r,u ItIloni. Ilu says
.'w.uuu iii oiirriiinu s mm, ni an eariy nniir,
crossed Iho Ogicchec rhcr, bilow llloonv
Ingidule, 12 miles beluw Snvannali, march
Ing between that point and Tclfiicvr. The
left wing was r.tt tided to aa to cut the
Charleston railroad. Communication had
been effected the preceding day with Pot
ter, who was again rapidly advancing ou
(irahanivillc. The, rebeli rclrrnlril jrnm
I heir strong pnsillon south of I'ocolalcgo
bridge. Bhermnn fnynd himself confront
rd by a large force nf regulars and militia,
. tnlrnnl-lif Tin. K.llt liAff.n J.rti. In lli i
..lA.lnltnu f.nni Km, 17vmi In Wi..1.t.,..l.. . - i
'.'". ..." "" :.' Hl"".Hy. and continued with great fury on
lor him to "pop the questtoo,"antll, getting
weary nf hit melancholy mien and Ind N -lb-able
reserve, ahe resolved lo open a way
for her retiring Adonis to propose) or'rt
One evening, when Ihi doctor, according
lo hit wout wns sitting rrpposlu ber tabour
et, conversation accldcntly. of coone
turned nn marriage and the happiness nf
harmonizing souls. The Doctor pictured
the fetters nf Hymen In rosy e dors ; tht
faco of the lady brightened, and with a pal
p'tallng heart aha put the question : "Wllh
yiur favorable Idea of matrimony, way I
ask If you ever thought of marrlaga your
selfV' Dr. Kant sighed, and bis eyes rat
ing on the ground hesitatingly tnutlerel la
reply ! "1 haro nlrcady thought of marrying,
and made my choice, but" "Bui I" tht
lady hastily Interposed. "Hut," he continued,
the laJy It rich, rcrr rich, aud I am poor.
I am afraid I conld hardly aspire to ber
hand, nnd rntlior thai allow myself to bt
lax d wllh sordid dcslgnt, I will bury my
pasilon In my br-ait, and leave It uaavow
A abort piMic ensued. Doth pnrtlet wert
einbarrnnscd, and tho doctor rote to lakt
hit lint, 1 1 leavo the lady at an unuiual early
hour. Mha Martini b-ulo blra good evening
In n r.li'iidly and cordial way, without. how
ever, adding another word on tlm subject of
their conversation. At an early hour of ths
following day, ahe, howover, betook bertelf
to a solicitor, mid In legal form, declared
Iter with tn present, mid hand over at his
vile properly the sum nf 1.10,000 guilders
(Cl.1.000) lo Dr. Kant. When the doea
intent bad been signed, countersigned and
duly completed, the at down tn the edict
and enclosing It In nn elegant envelope, ad
ded n nolo to the fo'lonlng tfTcct "Dear
sir, 1 have much pleasure In enclosing a
pnpT, wh'ch I hrpii will remove the obttacla
1 1 the way of your nurrlagc. Ilcllcre tn
Ac, Alio. MannM."
Dr. Kant, for he and no other wat tht
Imppteit man In the world ou recchlng this
Hut ntai! that he should hare put a dlff-
crcnt construction to that rxptclcd. lit
pairing nt onov to tho parents of Fraultln
I'lwlal, tho lady nf hit love, he propoted for
nnd received the hand of n girl who had
long been flattered by bit delicate tbouga
unavowed nttr.utlona. Ills reply to Alice
Martini, besides couvvylng his slncsrest
thanks, contained two cartes lo vlilte, link
ed together by tho significant roseeolered
ribbon. XI I it Martini .fprlbwltbttucd tht
happy bridegroom for restitution.-; buTain
promlio of marriage had' been made, tka
caie wat by two succcutve courtt deddtd
ar locality ho may prefer. For any vclcr
an sent to Waihlngtmi lo be accepted In
the corps, a certificate will bo given. It
It tho Interest of ull localities, to send nn
at many veterans at possible os they ore
nnt subject to draft, and ns many us are
enlisted are n clear gain on the qunla un
der n future draft.
Chicago, 1-lih, The new first corps,
may insibly give n chance for some of
your discharged veterans an opportunity
In go Into ihu army on this rldo with trim
Having this day sold out myentlro stock
II. A llrintano, I take this method of uo
MA" alt those Indebted to me, either by"
note or boek account, to come forwardjiud
B1'k! ptjmeat lmmc4iatelyr:or the desuudt
-... o inaceii nil mv oaiiqi 01 bit uwurutT'
for collrciloq, T7LOURANnPROnUCBIakcnInex.
, ill. HLOOM.' IJ.U chnngu for ilerchandiac.at
Not. 10, lees',, , .,, -, ..July 10.--27 MAX MULI.KR'S.
Dealer In .
25ry Goods, CJrocorios, hj
HOOTS, and SIIOKS, L,
H Hnrdwaro, eflt Outlory, '
" DRUdS, and MKDICINKS, U
Vino Ziiquors, etc., otc.
ft fn hl oMFIUK-PltOOF f
IlldUJi., south eiiKot vaiirorula
.Si net. Jacksonville. ocihlf
furnlihed by Ilm Gov't. The bnuniy eflVr
rd by the Crneral (Jov'l, for Ihls corps ol
veterans It .100 dollars greater than that
oferiil fur other corps. The whole bounty
Is at follow : for one years service, -100
for .1 years COO of which -too nro paid
down the balance to be paid In Installments
during term of wrvlce.
Louisville, 12th. Drecklnrldgc's posi
tion seems In be in doubt. He Is reported
at Sparta Tenn , with 10,000 mm, thlt In
dicates that ho Inltndt to reinforce lineal
If possible ; but the position nf our troops
under Stone nnn aud Ilurlirhlge Indicates
he will have difficulty In forming a Junction
Wn-hinglnn, 13th. In the House tn
both tides. 1 he garrison of Savnunah 12,
000 veterans participated in the fight.
Towards noon their left and center works
were carried, nnd n charge nf our whole
Into doubled Hum up lu confusion. They
then retreated to the works Immediately in
the rear of Savannah. We lost about 2,
A00. The rebels lost 3 or 4 thousand kill
rd and wounded, and 1,200 prlsonerf.
New York. Hlli Tht last newt lift
Sherman's army close to tho coast, able In
I form a Junction with Foster or the fitet,
or nllaek aavannau wltn a prospect of
Hilton's lit nil, 12th Captain Duncan,
one of Orii Howard's scouts, has Just ar-
joun f. iiouqic,
Wnte..mi.Ucr nnd Jeweler!
On Oregon streel, flrit door north of
llrrntuiio'i Jacksonville, Ogu.
Manufacturer and reptlrcr nf
ulitorta ul Wulcbcs, Chronometers, Clocks
Musical and other Instruments, elo.
Aim, JKU'Kl.UY manufactured and
repaired, after tlm most npprovid style of
the art, and warranted for one year. Price
according to times.
Chronometer nnd 'Watchmaker.
. Jacksonville, June l!i, 18il4. 3m
day Cole of Cal. Introduced n bill grunting , ... .,., .IMy ,. -,!. !
land, to certain C.I. railroad cnmp,nlc. j ml, c f f, ie nmJ m he f w
MIVW UUV l V4VWWtlVtl - ttSlltl-- utHIMIIVMI
and moved tn refer to e select commit Ices
ing of the 9lh. Sherman's whole- army
whom Ihey mcnllon, Gen 's II
Johnson, Williams and Grnnby killed,
Mnj. Gen. John Ilrnwn, Ilrlg. Oen. Canter
llaugirl, Cockcrill and Scntt, woi.mbd
They aim slate that on Wednesday, Hth.
Shtrman carried Fort MeCitllittrr, com
mandiag the entrance to the Ogecchcc riv
er by tlornt, and that the capture of this
position place's Sherman In communication
with the Yankee fleet and necessitating the
relnfnrcemnet ef Savannah. Up to tkis
hour, 8 30 r. (., nnthlng has been heard
from Nashville, since last night, Nothing
later from Sherman than that the ribel pa
per report the capture of Ft. MeCnlllsler,
Headquarters Anmy Polnmac, 15ib.
An nnu'ual quiet hat prevailed along the
line In froat nf Petersburg for the last few
days ; scarcely a thot has been exchange d
Detroit, 1 Gib. A terrible accident ex-cur
red on the Grund Trunk railway last night
eaued by n collision of the western .bound
pasicigrr train with a freight train (rent
this place ; after tho collision the cars
took fire, and many wounded persons who
were nnabla lo extrlcnte themselves from
the wreck were burned lo death ; tlm full
extent of the loss of life Is not yd ascertained.
Washington. 10th. An official dispatch
! from Gen. Cnnby shows the complete suc
cess of an exieiltlon sent by him to co-op-crate
with Shermans operations by catting
Hood's communications with Mnbile.
Au Austrian .Lore Story.
A new species of the truly Inexhaustible
New Y-irk, 13lh. Special di-patch In
Tribune, elateel tho 11 111, says Sherman, on
the 5b, wat marching in I he direction of
Savannah. Rebel papers contain the mes
sage cf Gov, Smith of Virginia. He re
commends the repeal of the law exempting little opposition has been met with on the
wat then within ten mile of Savannah, .,nu, ., matrimonial stilts has recently
ond advancing to attack the enemy's ,uraflJ ,,,, ft oa,0 tried and decided In
works, five miles from the clly. They yiennn. In tho house of one Her Kbunc, a
wero probably attacked yesterday, the Uoebcr of languages, Dr. Kant a young law-
Hth, as heavy flrjng was heard in that dl-1 yer, happened to make the acquaintance of
rcctlon. Copt. Duncan represents the
a lady, burdened with some property nnd
troops In the besl possible position. Very thirty years. The lady, being unmarried,
Hail. - -..Tat I 1 a f.t .a I at InauJ naallanlaa tntor-ft-lt In iTlA Villinrr
certain cilixens from conscription, and says march.
he is utterly nnable to understand why
these men should not be swept into the
army as well as others. He also expresses
himself In favor of arming Iho slaves, and
thinks the Legislature- should pats come
act regalallng the prices of necessaries of
life. The exchange of prisoners, which
was to be made In Savaunab, was changed
and, is now progressing as fait as practlca.
bleat Charleston. In conjrqucncc of this j
Washington, 15th.-- The Department
has Just received an official dispatch from
Nashville, announcing that Gen. Thonw,
wllh the forces under his command, attack
ed Hood and bis command, in front of
Nashville, at 9 o'clock Hits rooming, with
the battle unejcclded to night, The enemy
were driven from the river and from their
Intrenchments on the right aud center.
evinced particular InUredt In the young,
thy. and rather abashed roan or law, bat
talked much wllh blm in company, prefer
red blm in the dance, and ended with Invl
ting blm to ber bouse. Dr. Kant, wbo, as
the nnbappy lover cf another girl, was not
particularly Inclined lo pay visits, at first
did not comply with the courteous re-iuest
of the fair, but, seeing htr again At a friends
and her Invitation belug repeated, at length
I allowed himself to become nn habitue of ber
and her mother a noipitabie bouse, it ap
Hood was drhtn back over three miles rears that tho lady waited several months
K.nw.ijii Kstwatk or Ammicax Fiaiir-
t.sa. The d.Malls of the great battles in
America arc ca'culalcd to enhance rather
thau diminish the sensation with which the
telegrams were received, 'lticro lias Wen
uo exaggeration, no overstrained descrlp
Ini of the conflict and Iho carnage. If,
indeed, It be recollected that even the long
reports of fit '!ous fabling, width wo; ester
day publlshcel, still leave the days of saa-
guluury action unaccounted for, it must b;
allovel that war never came before in
a'laposo appalling. Perhaps the Ameri
cans m ly bo proud of the pre eminence,
but they certainly fought more desperately,
for a longer time, nnd with more dreadful
slaughter than any nation before them. It
would not be Impossible lo match the re
sults of any one day's battle with storlea
from tho wars of the Old World but nev
er, we should think, In tho history of man,
were five each battles as these compressed
Into alx successive days. It Is hard to con
ceive how natnre could havo supported the
exhaustion nnd strain. We have b.en told
that after a slnglo day's hard fighting, the
lassitude and reaction in even a victorious
nrmy are such that nny fresh force might
snatch Its laurels from it ; whereas, here
are two armies hotly engaged in the work
of slaughter, from the morning of Thurs
day nntil the night of Tuesday, with scarce
ly the intermission of an hour. On every
day, except Saturday, there was a ptlched
battle, contested with the utmost luryj and
even Saturday was devoted to inarching
and fighting on tho march. Nor were
these prodigious operations divided amongst
immense numbers brought into action by
relays. Neither army numbered apparently
over 100,000 men, nnd of these every man
seemed to be engaged In evrry battle. In
deed, we are exj ressly told that the Feder
al, "reserves" were brought up on the tery
first day. London Times, May 16.
RacnuiTixa.-The number of recruits ob
tained in this county so far is seventy-two.
Twenty-six more will fill the quota. There
is every probability now that Marlon will
be the second county to fill under the new
call. The meetiugs at Sllverton and Sub.
limity last week wero very entbuslasticed
the people out there showed that they bad
a good deal of the sprit of 1776 left. We
have no particulars from other counties.
Since the above was in type thirty-five ef
the. recruits from Yamhill county have ar.
rived. The quota of that county it full.
and thirteen to spare Stattmsn.
..I ,ti ., . .i
Can you make a thorough-bred deg beas ,
a tune ? No, but it b the easiest thing ia
the world to make a horrid eui.ji'ng.