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1 1 j.wjiinnn mj n,?
t.'ig'J9, :c "' t-'i ;wj'inii ii wniy
$.j PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE.
firm o" Oiikiion. Kxm-rivi: Drr'T )
October 2 Itli, 1801
whT. I have received i rniuMtlnn
frcai Major Oeneral Irwin McDowell, com
" ji.. il.n Driuirtmrnt of tho rnclric. no-
far one rcifimciil of Infantry, In addition tu
.l. .,1,ii,(rrrl now In the servlco or IllO
InttrJ Stale, to aid in tho enforcement of
, to shaMlse hostile Indians In this mill
Now, therefore, I. Amiwox 0. Oirw, Onv
trnor of thu ."ftatc of Oregon, ami coinman-dir-ln-ebter
or ttic mllltln then or, do hen by
oil upon III citizens Of Hi! State to organ
lit ilienilrc into coniMiilM lufllelent to
Cll li rrR"l"'lt riqiiiMllrtn.
Iu Wilms whereof, I havo hcrcitnlo
t my It.tnd. ami caused tho real ol
f 1. 1.1 -be Sitj or Oregon to lio affixed.
1 Jlono At fT.tcm, IlilrSttli Unj or Oc-
toltr, a. ii.. IHrst.
(inventor of Oregon.
Ati.il: Snicix K. JlAV, Secretary of
. fnllnwlna l hcrehr nromtilsatcd :
Tlif plan f recruiting and orgwilxlug the
kott force, "111 be an follows, until furllicr
TV regiment will bi'know.i a llio Flrrl
Icf.vilry, Oregon Volunteer. Tho Held,
staff and line officers will lw eominlfrlon.il
W the (inrrrnor. Tin-Statr will lie dlvl
ddlntodMrlcl. aecordlnirto tho number
tf pcreon' In rich district liable to do mili
tary duly. Wlicn sucli dllrlct Inn luriibh
fu l iiiioIa of mill, thetc will be nn ilrnfl In
isi same, under Ihlicall. IJtch district n III
furnlili onv company.
Commission will I lsucd. by the Cover
ncr, to company efflcer, coiiil.tlonul Hint
they Mull recruit their rcrpretlvo emnpn
tlrr. Mid be ready to lio musttrrd Into the
service, within lime hereafter to lie named.
A cnnpjny rendezvous will bo establish
vd at some central olnt In each district, and
If practicable, recruit will lie retained tb r
tntil the company I tilled and ready to Iw
The .Mate lis provided by law for the
ruftrient of a bounty of $1 .10 In State inter
t bearing bond parable In gold ' '
volunteer muttered Into tlio service, in ad
dilion to Hi bounties authorized tu ! pild
by lbs I ulted ,Vtatc(S0 statutes lts)a I.
Iht wage of i roldlerln addition are 810
p r womb. lKIde clothing, roulpfiieiili. ru
lU'i". and allonaneca lurnlrhed by the Unl
Wl?U!t. See ft.itute 1KC3, pno CO.'.
Tbt proper orgntiiutiou aud ilrongtli of
leglrami I as lellowii :
Out ( 1 1 colonel, ono ( 1 ) lieutenant colonel,
m(l) tjjjor.ons (1) adjutuiit (an extra
Uiiaul), one (1) quarteruwiler (an Mlru
llfiiteniBt),oiie(l)urgcou, two 'l) arl
(ant turnout, one (1) clmpl.tln, ono (1) rcr
eant m.dor. one (I , regimental 4iiarterma
(er tergiunt. one (I) regimental eommlrwry
frrgeitat. end mio (I) bopltul rluward.
Ten coBipaiilcx form a regiment.
wiimnv or i.Nr-.i.vrnv.
Oae(l)capUlu, on (I) lit lieutenant,
ono tl) 2d- lieutenant, one (1) lit. eergeant,
four (O rcrgeant", eight (8) corporal, two
(1) tauiiclan) one (1) wagoner, rlxty-lour
pdratei maximum, bwldwi tbu lion comiuln
ilulclaiu may lie nillftnl In each cotnpa
ay, who will k raUl and paid u privatea.
TO Till: COUNTY OFl'lUtillS. t
Other State bare filled, with commenda
We promptitude, crcry cull tlut Iim lieii
mad ukiii tbeni. The ieople b.ie n very
nitural rrpugiuitxe to a draft, under which
fry iliiMtti! man muiUcneor turiilili a
mbultluc. Ldir It there mutt luevltublv
In Kiiu' caren of revcro but nece rrary bard
bli. Opiwluulty la now given to avoid
ucb a dratt. The men arc mtilitl prompt
ly and every coiirldeiatton of utrlotim
ami of .Slate, local, and peitoual iir.ido re
rjirrn Lhal yxi evmiiuim proinjtiy, ami yrwveult
HtnuJy lit buinitu p iJAimuihj vuluulrert.
The onicen of tbeState ileling the mott cam
t Jnlro that the entire taio rhould avoid a
Iran, appeal to tho patriot io cltlzeoB Of
jour county, through yon who arc tbelr ufll
nr and legal and natural reiirereutatlvea.
AKuardUn of their right and of I heir hon
or. It la incumbent upon you to rerpond to
tliia apM-al by eariattaiMl tuccvMfill work.
Call In your aid Ibo anUUincc of Ihoacllu
and Ir.Uuuitlal cltU-iiiof the county. Let
rry loyal citbten of (be county uuderttAiid,
and, If (tosrlble, Induce him to realize that
e hat an Imoicdiato and prfonal Interei I
la tho fuccera ofyour ctlorta. It nx rary,
call ajfttlURn in your reboot dUtrlcU mid
bring the matter home to every inhabitant.
Kuik1 will be needed to pay eipeuw, not
prerdlcd for by law. Let rubrcrlpllont bo
irculattd In eacil county for that purpose,
and pa-nrvo a record of Ibo namca ol the
douora among tbo archive of Ihft county.
In thud, the (lovernor, iion whom tho ro
ialriiion ia made, ei:i, and Juitty, that
you will rerpoud to this call upon you Ulh
aa earnettcer of purpow wblcb flialllutnro
aucceae. 1uouuttcv ortbadittrlctiugof the
fc'tato will Iw given aa toon a it can be
JlOTA or MEM OUK rCOU KACIt COUNTY :
Cooae , 12
I jdo G 1
Clackamas , 49
21 ollnOinaJi., .......... , . ..l"-
Washjngtoo, ...... ''
WacQna Grant 120
Uakennod Union 58
?I.OUU AND ritOIIUUK taken in vx
1 change for ilcrclmiulise, nt
July 19. 27 MAX MULLKIVS.
SUHKRU Jh'ologrnph Albnmn can bo
had cheap, for. cash,. at J. Itow'g, next
door above Uradbury A: Wadf. T
j-.r ;' 'mi1" 'i" g""1" ' '
LLii HHHHHBIHHBHiii, i ftifaliiiii"&irtif MBtT si' 1 1 ni i ,sirijfi?tt nHnrirf .&
Till: OltEGON SBKT1NKL.
MCKn BVKUT rUTl'MUT MOU.MMI.
Sriwcairrin.v l'or Ono year. In advance,
Kour Dollar j If paid within tho Ural tlx
tnnntlu or the year, live dollar If not pnid
until the e.xplmtlon or tho year, nix dollar.
illiVKUTinixii Ono iiitiare (10 line or
Iim), flNt Inaortlon, Tlirer Dollar ; onch
tuliii-quent Inrritlon, Oup Dollar. A dlr
count of fifty pi-reent will bo nude tothoe
whn niUrrllrvliy tlinyoar.
y Jj-l ThhIt. tw.Uil at rwrrrwt nlK.
I. O. O. I .7ticI(Roitville Lodgo
1 " tolioM.ll.rrmHritiri.
rzrTb VSk. I",r ' '"iH'T " '' flril
Vfcf yrrt- 7S rrk In rwti ntnilli, iwl mi
iJUJAVJsi' 8 Rlunlr of pm Ii lutrrrnitiii
&"l ' HZy fn-k. "I Hi' Mik ttll, nl
I a'clrtk r. . liintlicn In tint rfumtlnrnrr Inrttwt
ttwl. HII.A J. UAY, X. (I.
J!H Mrr.nnHUx, n. Ptc'r.
TruilmJia. JI. rnltwi, Wm. Hay ami SlUi
o. JAroiw. k. v. ncMgi.tn
ati'oi:ni:y8 and counumloiis
ANDBOMOITOllS IN CIIANCKUY,
(IITlfo siimllc tile Court Itmiio.
All bitrlucM cninmltted to Ihrlr enre will
In uromplly atteinlrd in. July 2D. UY1.
D. F. DOVVELL, .
ATTOUN33Y AT LAW,
Jackhomvii.ck, OncnoK. i
-aVIIl practice In all thu Court, of lite Third
Judicial luilrlet, tho Supremo Court of Oru
goii, and In Yrelia, Cal. War Scrip prompt
iy collrcieil. Oct. 1H,
I. D. HAINES.
ATTOIINEY AT LAW,
Will prootlcr! in llw Oonrta ofOreson.
OWp. i'ort Oflle IIoIMIiib.
QEORQE Q. DORRIS,
ATTOIINEY AT LAW,
J. 8. HOWARD,
SUKVKYOK k CIVIL KNUINKKU,
nlduo4 uear the South rod of Oregon
ilrtt. Jauuaiy. 'I, lbi
J. H. STIN30N,
A1TOKNHY AND COUNSKHLOIl
Albany. I.lnn county, Oregon. oct22tl
Q. W. QUEER,
PHYSICIAN AND SUUGKON,
OfJlcc at Ilia rvtlilencc nn Oregon atrcrl.
CITY DRUG STORE,
OpiKMttr tlm Cuuiily Jlt.
Jncfonvllk, Ogii. dec2ltf
PIuitoKraiililu A v tint,
I prepartil to tnk (kluri In rvery itylc
of thu art, with all thu lato Improvements
If l'lctureii do not gho ratlilactlon. no
charge will lio made. Cull nl hl now Gal
lery, on me mil, extmiuo nia picture, ami
lit for your llkenem.
DR. A. B. OVERBECK.
Dr. Owrlivck would announce lo tho cit
izen of Jacktou county and vicinity, that
linhM returned toJuekrouvllIeaiidreruuied
the pr.ctIco of medicine, lio will alwaya
Im louud at hi old ttand, thu Overbeck
llnrultul, uiilira abreut prufiadou
al lAtItiei. He would rc'pccllulty tolicit
a renewal of former patronage.
TIIK uuilcrtignrd has llila day with
drawn from the firm of Thompson &
D.ivir, auiVwIII rontluuo llio practice of
Mnliclnc. Surgery nnd Obilctries, In
Ja'ckfonrlllc nml vicinity, nml tolicila n
rliaro of llic pilroiugr. Oilieo nt hi tcil-
Oinco opposite luo I aiiiniic unurcn.
T. L. DAVIS.
Dec. imii, 18B-I I.-cl7tf
Wntclimnkcr and Jeweler!
On Oregon tret, flrrt door north of
llrciilano'a Jackrouvillc, Ou.
jQ JOI1K F. IIOUCK,
gjgJManiifaelurer and repairer of
nllrortsof W'nlehc. Chronuuicters, Clocks
Musicnl and other Inxlnmicntc etc.
Alro, JKU'DIiUY inanufactuml nnd
repaired, after tho mojt approved ly!c of
the arl, and warranted for one year, l'rlccs
according lo time.
JOHN F. IIOUCK,
Chronometer and Watchmaker.
Jacktonvlllc. Juno 23. IfeO-t. 3m
ADAM'S GERMAN TONIC
Theeo bltlcra are highly refined, grateful
lo the tattc, warming, itimuhllng ami In
vigorating to tho debilitated yitcm, Thav
aro a thoroughly uudioatnl compound,
powerful and concentrated, aud bavo been
brought to their prvwnt itato of perfection
by nearly twenty yora experience, and ares
U-youd ijucitlon. ono of tho bctt remedlo.
for all illrcawn of the dlgcrttvo organ?,
VVbcrp tUdtyctem 1ms been reduced by l-'o-vers,
etc, they will proo ono of tho most
vnluablo nuxlllerlcs lor a ipecdy and ptrma
uc.it rctomtlou to, health and jtrciigtli.
'rflcoT.50 cent Mr botllc. for , alo,by,
all druggltti and Grocers. , (,;octiim3 :
- -- - - - -M-ntt.ir ill, a- --
JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY JANUARY 14,"
nw.t j ,
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BY OVERLAND TELEGRAPH
wtrop.TKn r.xcrx'i.vKr.v rim tk skxtixmu
Rumors of a clinnso in tho
Price reported (lend Anti-
slnvcry convention in Ken-
UOIll.I) MATH prMNOR AM) E.VtJ-
ITOMKllACY l?r TIIK -Hit Of
CURAT 1UOT IN MKXICO.
Sbcrmnn propnring for a grout
MoitK Aiiorrr noon,
. . - ,
Resolutions for tlio
ment of Blavory
;ory introtulced in
apxxiXtXX-o tt apt. STiiilxox
Gcorgin nuthnritieB applied to
come Lmol; into llio L nion
Resolutions of the NorLlt Cur
New York, .lib. Tlu Herald' Savannah
CArre-ondcnt .iy tlwt many cllhsciu liave
taken the onth of n1ligtnao.
Tho World Iw a rnmur from Waihlnaton
that .S'rtintor Morgan U to I made Seo'y of
tho Trenitry, that Siward I to be made
Senator In pinto of Morgan, nnd Ada I
to succeed toward in the Onblnet ; It I not
known who will Jiioercl AdaM. Tim Itteli
innr.d ntlnrl him a report wblth It d Ut
credlt llmt I'rlovlndiwl.
O m r tin ml Ala., Itli. TIw onvnlry of
Hlomlmnn commmd bav ;mr.ul, eoplure
cd and biirnid Hood' ;hiiIoihi trulu. Thi-y
nlro onptund U0 muliM and 100 wngirn.
Korrett In reporlid noar Iliiwoilrlllo. A
detertcr ay IIoo-l' r.rmy Im beon ordernl
to Allium t to renrgiiiUn Iu afctttered ool
nmtif. Kiddle cavalry Ii aluuit entirely
8t. I.oul, -1th. John Tlnmp'on, a mem
ber of the lower houm of the Mo. IglU
turo was e.ttxillrd ywlcnliy for dliloyalty.
Chicago, Alii TIi LesMnturc of 111.,
to day elected Kx-Rararuor ltlclunl YatM
U. B. Senator for fix year.
AugitrtA Mc, Cth. 7bj. 1'. I'ouendin
wasuiianlmauily el-ctfl U. S. Hdiutur for
C year by lioth loxn Ul vnlii(.
New York. Mb A osliltkm hvlwren 2
train ocjurnU ta-diy lit lis.-Jt tumwl A
person were killed and numUr wotiitd-l.
Cincinnati. 3th. An anil-slavery coaitn-
tlon was bold at Frankfort Ivy., yeturday.
Itnoliiltons wre adoptwl adtiorlog to the
lialllmare platform. iM(itiiig th Ilepro
Mutative in congren to vote fur lb auvad
ntMit abollrhtog slavery, lurillng Ibe lafgis-
ntura to Instruct t'uru to t'nl ff -el ami In
favor of repoallnj tho slave eo.U ot ICeci
lucky. New York, 3th. Th IItaM'j Saraunah
Utt-r siy l'" City Js ronurkibly (pilot.
When our Iroopi first outered 1114 citizens
retnalnoJ In their Iioum through ftr of
personal lusult i Ihoe 'foar have p.inl
away and lbs jieopla now coma freoly on
thestroat, and a mijorlly nppsieiUilrctis
of placing thc.nsolroi In a loyal position
toward tbo Ouxcrunnnt.
Tbo Time orrtpondent at Bavaanah
say I havo ao aollv operations to record
bnt oa arery Ids are oridsneos of luiuenso
preparations for reacwed activity, every
man in the army Ulks of a grand ovcrwhst
mlng mirch on CtinrU'tun. Where the
next blow will bo tlrirk not yet dvelii
ed. A number of introhants form-irly con
nected with the bnMness eomuunlty of N.
Y. ure to proeetl north by llio iwxt stnauvr
and propojo titling up accounts uad start
ing ngnln on tbo old bant.
New York, lith.-Tho World ha n Waib
lugtoii special dispatch, going to show that
England aid Franco will recognize the
South on the -1th of March, hvoaue Lincoln
did not carry tho Southern States, and that
England ba been for romstlmu ipiUlly or-
ganlxlng a military force In Canada; that
nn ordur pcrcmptorlally refutlug have of
absence to officer In tho regiments of the
Kngtlrh army has been issued. Hut the re
cent articles In the Iilchmond papers mo
prompted by Louis Napoleon, Thu South
Is noiv being harder pressed tbau ever.
Ivnglapd and France cannot see the uuio.i
restored, and will never permit thu South
to bo conquered. Moutreal p.ipcw are put
ling forth tho same views,
llio Ilunld sat it Is reported that (Ti
dal Information his been recslved that
Klllpalrick's cavalry have seized llnrdville,
on tbo Otiarieston anil b. U. road. Tho
Herald 'a Sheuandoah corrcipondent ay;
Information direct from Richmond, say
tioops aro Mug hurried off to ItranchTllle,
S. C. and the adjacent region, to attempt
to check Shcrmin' northward movement.
Tha Richmond pap;r pretend to have In
formation which place Hood's army south
of Ibo TeMHirce river. They admit that he
I suffering for rations and commissary sup
plies. The Itichinoud Lwniner sayx tbo
damage dune by UidoVratdtra to tho salt
worm can be reiMirea.ioug oejor tHCvraiii
Vff U'mjwjiilijhiii urummrvrj'im ajuin ji.ji)mu.".iji
lofrCh!rIf,n tbo 23U- MP(rt um capture
ui me uhhjhiuu iiiiiiiiii buiiiii :r,wuiitt umi
n cargo or cotton, of -133 bales, from
Qnrloton for Nassau, n abort dtitanco out
rile tits fermir port, on the 2flth, by the U.
S. gunboat, OccacU. The Julia and cargo
are valued nt 2011.010.
Adrloes front Yera Oru to lbs SM hnvo
been received. M'ttlmilllan troopi bnvi'
movl Iu rnrlnn dlreellon. hnvlng rewnlly
eip'.ttred thetnwns of Manxinlllo, Miiintt-tu,
Collin. Titpo. rind various olher plaoi.
Htrerul nlillltonaf vIatorls are nlso oUlmnl
over the Upiiblioiin fore. Criot, grow
ing out n,7 n dnrihn O monl, oocurred nt
5au Luis I'oloil, w)tre thu Imperial oflleer
urreted over three hundred por.nnw. Over
two hundred were rimt on tho pnt.
Sin Prsnttaei, 6th.8 p. m. L"jral Ten
der, lOalrtJ. Yolenl'iy' lotcfrrems rjunlo
Cold fit 2JSa12f;. Tho military dptrtmnt
I 1 .,11, ..1, . . .1. WLI.
nlR)liBli-f.ii.i,r.uTirfrf .Uni.w AMor
ick two eeni -"
lliillimnre Oth. Tlir California, from
Milton Head, arrived nt Vt. Monroe yes
terday, wltli Col. Kwlnjr, lienrer of ills
pntchea from Sherman. Sherman' army
w preparing Tor n grenl cnmpHlgn. Ku
ril trick wa actively ctijrngvJ in watching
OQIoiul illrpatctiM show that llio people
of Sarnnnnli urc b routing loyul. A
brother of Hardee, n resident there, is
raid lo be itrcldedly in favor of the restor
ation of the JJnlun.
Herald's siecinl dispatch ny Duller'
report of the Wllminvlrin expedition lias
bren received tit the War Itvtxirtnicnt.
It is very lengthy, and lends lo exculpate
Ike army from tint rreponsllilllly of the
failure. It reflrols severely nn Admlrnl
I'ortir. A Wrtiliington special dlipatcli
says eonsiilerulile picsiiire i lwlng brought
to tnr In the Seiiulf, to defeul tlis bill
fur the adoption of tbo Canadian recipro
TLc rvlxl paper hnvo new that Hood
d frnled ThoMa at Columbia, Teiin., cn-
tuted it brigade of our men, ami that at
the Mine time Forest captund nn entire
br gmle of cavalry m d COO wagons. 1-or-
(4t has been mnde a Lieut, llmcrat.
The Ricbmoud Hcntind, of llic 2d, lias
a long recount of the Union cxK(litlnn up
the Rnuok( river, and claims that six gun
biuts were ilrtlroyrd by torpedoes, and
nearly 1,1100 uuu kllltd. Our account
say one gunlmul and four or five barges
were dritroytd. Nearly all lire teamen es
caped. Nusbrllle Ctli. Tlio tail of Hood's
army cowvil tlm 'I'enn. rivtr, on the 29 th,
will, tight pieces of nrllllery nnd nbont
18,000 tneu. He led Mucin with 3A.000,
was relnfuicsd by 5,000 ami had 110 piece
or urtillery. After the battle of Nashville
Thomas tltmmlrred in the mod for ten day.
Mood ami lb: remnant of his Infantry
crowted off in the night. His cavalry
stubbornly resit lid the pnrsult. During
ten days, It I believed Mood ha liuritd or
thrown into the river at least UO guns.
Ha nhamlmicd a large number of wagons
and umbulance. The odicinl list of pris
oner numlisr 9,700, not including fiOO
oapturtd from Riddle, on the 27lli. Over
900 dcH-rter liavn alreiidry reported. It
! laid Mood ia going to Meridian to reor
ganize again. The chase in force has Ireen
abandoned, although Steailinan is ncros
the river with order to haras them as
much a powlble. A new campnlngn Is
already projected, and the corps of Wood.
Smith ami Kcliofleld aro nlrcady moving.
New York, Tits Tribune' Norfolk
correspondent say of the 'Wilmington ex
pcditlfiH! The transports were off Fort
Fisher three day before the war ship ar
rived, iu gnoil weather, ocd the enemy
were known lo bo in full force. Their
coal was oxbonttnl, and they had to return
to llraulnrt, leaving again as soon a pos
sible, nnd that without waiting fur their
return, ns agreed. I'orter exploded the
powder boat and opnil fire; that tho
troop were to land when the powder boats
exploded, and lake ndvantogo of Ibo shock
produce J and when ilia troops did land,
Wei tl found the Tort uninjured, nuu nn
yaultlnr party would meet ouly a bloody
Cincinnati, 7tli. Resolution were In
troduced into both bouses of tho Legisla
ture of Kentucky, declaring fof the Imme
diate abolishing ol slavery. Governor
Ilrnmletle recommends In his message grad
ual emancipation, and ultimate removal of
slavery. He rejoiced over nnd thanked
Sherman awl Thomas for their victories.
Ho denounced the arrest of Col. AVolford
and Lieut. Gov. Jacobs, nnd e.tys his object
in attempting to regnlnte the enlistment of
slaves, was not to save the Institntlon but
t th ruin1n nt irnlnilrr frnm unnpnHVtflrv
' accomplishment. Kentucky
. . . , ..'- .,.,..., , '
I hni forwarded nearly 70 thousand tioops
for tho Ui 3. army.
New York Herald' Washington corres
pondent sayi; H is rumored .that Lee has
been placed In command of nil the rebel
nrmles,niiirbad pu,t Ileauregard In 'com
niiiid.oM!iovdoft!ucea of Rfchinond.'Int'cndn
nnd concentrate the rebel forces In that
quarter, lo check Sherman's proposed move
mint northward. Sherman's movement
ws a const Jcred by Io to be of more Im
portance than any Grant can make upon
Richmond In five months. A Washington
letter says tbc rebels urc prepnrlng to de
tach n force Irom Leels nrmy to co-operate
agaiiut Sherman, supposing that Urnnt
can be held in check by a small force.
New York, 7th IVsont lately from
the South, ,ny tho reecul article In the
Richmond paper on the oubjuct of for
eign powers, was put forth to feel tho tem
per of the people. Tho opinion expressed
by the majority of the people oppomlhto
iiuu, uuu luiuia uii tiiivwiiiiiiiuiiiii luiiKll
to tho Union. Southern Sympathizers
say these erticlr caused much discontent
nnd tack of confidence in Jff Davis. The
Richmond Sentinel says the North I be
comlug bankrupt, by "wlilcli the. South I
sure to gain IU Independrnci. Iitc rcW'
dispatches show that anti Jiff Davis men
accuse him in th; inntt open and vehement
manner of being tho cause ol their recent
Montreal, "Its. Tho court decided to
day that It had Jurisdiction in tha ensa of
the St. Albans murderers, nnd the case
Memphis, 3d. Qcn. Dana lias received
information from libi ratnlry expedition,
sent nut from here Dec I'M, that they
struck the Mobllo and Ohio road five r.ilhm
, . . , . . , nm .
below Corinth, nnd had, on tha S tit, en-
.... . ... , '
"7 """"J"" " - """ ; iknnw them Intl.mtely. These itocks will
bridge., a great deal of trestle work thirty, , OtvlJcnJ. by midsummer next,
two cars, .100 nrmy wgo,, nod 4.000 car-, TJie, vn,u. ,, fln(J j
bine, were .ltrnyal. l-orest. camp r., (ooh ,mro B B .
d smountsd men, nt Yerona, was disponed ,Ume re four,fcn hmMi . f Mh fa
ui, onu s-x t nicer nnu zu men copiureu.
S'.sbville. 7th.-Tyinr'i rebel '",
npltd Devo nsboro. Ky. on the 6th, ,
conscrlptlag the cilizeni nnd firing upon
New York, 7th. The HeraldVlcttcr
from Iluenns Aycrs, dutrd Dec. 28th, says:
The wnr pressure (if llror.ll on Ursguny Is
likely to obliterHle Unit republic, untiss
the executive i aided by some strong for
eign power, i
Wmlitngtnti, 8th. Li-lTim from llir
Atmy of the Jumes, dated the Ctli, say all
Is ipilrt in that department. A severe rain
storm prcvulkd all duy, making the road
Time' cforrcspondenl says th Investiga
tion In regard to the explosion of th mine
In front of Petersburg, ha closed, and the
rtrdlct will show a divided resporslbllity,
falling upon llurnaldc, Miiidr, and Hi
Urn. who ltd the nssault. Nor can Gen.
Grant hold himself entirely blamclr, es
pecially In permitting the selection by lot
of the officer who led the assault.
Washington, 6th. The reports of fiber
ninn crossing the river urc confirmed. JI
la hellrvcd lo be moving on Oordoneville.
Now York. Oth. The Times' ray it I
rtiniorid that Shernun bus communicated
to the President the fact thai the Georgia
State authorities have applitd to com
back into tho Union, und that Secretary
Stanton' visit lo bavunnah I In counec
with thli tuhjvct.
Jsow Yutk, 9th. Jtwolullons have been
Introduced Into the North Carolina legis
lature, opposing the suspension of the writ
of habeas corpus, ond opposing impress
monts and conscriptions, A majority of
the commltlec on resolution to cuter into
negotiations for an honorable peace, re
port that while every cQort i being made
to strengthen our armies, they should be
aceompuuled by some manifestation of an
effort to secure an honorable peace. Com
missioner having heretofore been refused
by the United Stales on tho ground thut It
would be o recognition of the Confederacy.
This objection is sought to bo removed In
the resolutions, by appointing commission
er wboje State existence nnd State author
ity lias never been doubted. The commis
sioner are not to have power from these
State, but only to extend to the President
a proposltiou for a peace conference.
The Richmond Whig, of the Oth, wys
that n Jargo numbsr of deserter, nnd cav-
ulry men are roaming over tho country In
upper Georgia, committing depredations
on the inhabitants.
Richmond dispatch says that since Sher
man left Millidgvllle, he has changed Ida
policy. In that town and ut Atlanta he
was nil hardness and cruelty) at Savannah
he has been all concllliation. The DIs-'
patch forgets that Sherman anuounced
that bis conduct would be governed by the
treatment be received.
West Ya. papers report Gn. Forest
killed by one of his own men.
AYoshlogton, 8'h. It is known that a
bill is pending In tho Houjeof Represent
atives for the reconstruction. ot the States,
the government of which have been nbi
vcrled or overthrown by the rebellion,
thus establishing n.rule applicable to them.
tfew York, Oth. Tbo Post says Gen.
Thomas has been made n Moj, General In
tho regular nrmyrvico trcmont resigned,
datlugifroru his victory over Hood. Sim-
l!ur dominations have becb siadc for Meade
nad Sheridan. ,,
New York, Dth.-Herald'n oft Charleston
correspondent, sayg C"rman.ler rribl'
naval brigud has been disbanded and seat
back to the vcsicls to which they bclotsT
0Tliro BliRCB. ,. JTU
Ve nrc permltteil to make cxtrncG from
n prlvntc letter written by ex Governor
Curry to Colonel Drew with reference ?o,
portions of these mines. Tbo Gorcraeri
spent omo month? there lal nmmr, nml J;
gained n peroonal knnwlrdgo of their txt
fiti mi rii na (l tn tit ! &m.1 iL
,;,, of ,,. ' , h '
Under dale Portland Doc. 10th, he sayi: ,
Ve hnvo Just organized three companlc '.
under the law of Oregon the "Ophir of
Idaho," tho "Wnr Kugle," nnd tho .AI. -bnma."
All three nftlcsc nre first cbtH -
five per cent of thclrcapltn
working nnd dcvclo'pcmnnt of their mine.
A brick from the War Kigle show. a proI
duel of two hundred nnd twenty-five dollars '
per ton. A brick from tho Ophlr, where
tho abaft I not so deep ns thnt npon the
War Kugle, being only twenty-two" feet,""
show n result of seventy-Ova dollar per
ton. Tho Alabama has n shaft down
fifty-five feet nn I tho quarts Is doubtless
r.illi- n ffnr.,1 n 1,A D.iltt TI.aa mm.
u. li.. t i. i i '.i--. i -
ILIIill-a ITIillll k V'AUIIIIilLU UUU iVHICU TTIIKB,
. ,i, rt-.i..-i..i ..jiit...r '.
on tbo Owyhee last ncatpu, anal therefore
llir f)nhlr. nnil Atnlinmn. find (mlv fnu
hundred In the Var I'gle. Some of tbo
.,wrM , ,.,,,, f , com ,, Mn
lhajtoek In I l'c. companies!.
r. iTOjownera having devoted t
1 stock to 'tho ''
bought now nt a very low figure.
Table ol distances from Jacksonville, to )
Idaho City Idaho Territory. , .
Futal "d 3
1 Hifimu" IKrrr
(lu.-. UU Yul.
(( da :
1 lv CnvXM C.
K. N. Ml.
At Cptlniri n
umrr r e
Distance nn Port Klamath, Surprise! '
.Yulley, nnd the Pueblo Mining Distrletto
tn the Intersection of road in Steins Volley.
W mil, i
Tu It.4 Fp'tt.
tu rllr allp. '
dt ua i rnup .
drill rr tli if.
Tuble ol distuna'8 from Jacksonville to ,
Fort Klamnlh fm tho head of Roguo III;.,.;
er valley, Klamath nnd Link river.
6.-U fbilhip, hwl
II. Il" V.tl.r,
Mt riunwiii I '
Biir'llM V11J- 3)
Slttu's Vallny 49
UuK Hirer, f't or
iuIIm 54 "
Mmllt. CO do
IS da IS lid
40 du IU da
rU trail, .'
rU lr.ll nut
id vt Lk
Via ncnly Post Offlce California. , '
Tull llt., W.kl
f.irt KUtwitli .1.1
7 mllm 3 do
S do 41 do
40 do SI da
M do 190 da
rl trait. '
Table of distances from Jacksonville to ..
Fort Klamath, and Coflon City nia Kogoa
River nnd John Dav 'm(in road.
I ' . - - .!
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t'lievfrun Ta fiirt
lliuftva 4 erry i
JlrMk-o .N. Vuk
uT f aiumlt
JunellMi Oil. aud
Vnhroit Oily via
Did You Even I An exchange, describing '
a dance at a country village In bis neighbor-,, r-
bood, tay.- "i he gorgoou. strings pr glass ,.
oeaiis giisteacd oa ice ncaving oosoms or
the village bells liks polUhed ruble resting'
on the surface or warm npplo dumplings I''
A sailor dropped out of tho rigging on4 ltt
ship-of-war, some fifteen f.et, andcU'n,, j
lieutenant. "Wrytch I" yelled ''thoogcer, f
('where did you come from? "I came from, ,
Ireland, yer honor."' ,"" r"n n'i"v