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TO TK PICUCT AXD rxnMlKKKCT Of YOCR
tiNIOK, A QOTCItNUCNT roit TUK WliOLIi IS
IATERD.iY M0RN!.0, J.1.V, H, Mj
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List of Agents for tho On Knox Iscstinkl,
E. F. Russell, general agent for Oregon,,
aad Idaho Territory,
LuP. FUher ,,Sn Frnnclrco Cl.
J J. Knonlton it Co do do
Thomas Davis, Applegntc. Oan.
FT. It. Hill Wllbsr do
Vt 0. lllrdsoyc Hock Point do
Thomas Croxton, . ...Crottons Dluslns do
Vi'm. Bplctr, Jump-Ofl-Jo do
nor. Glbbi,.., Portland do
D. II. Thompson, Allwny do
W. J. Kvans AHbouse do
ThomasCarr do do
ThoraarF. Floyd Kerby villa do
B.iW. Sawyer do do
I). P. Anderson,, ,.1'hocntx do
D.M.G.Gaull ; do do
A. Ireland ......Myrtle Creek do
Geo, I. Dean, Ellenburg do
Theodrlc Cameron Union Town do
James W. Watsou Itotcburg do
JllssHsltle Hunter.... Rogue Hirer do
L. W.Eulllns Fort Klamath do
Ringer Herman, of CanyonvlIlc,ge neral
Aganl for Douglas County.
Em! of Volume IX.
With Ibis number of tho Scvtixki., ends
the 91b year of Its pnbllcatton. Of Its put
career Its patrons are mfllclcntlr aciualn
When ire took chargo of Its columns, as
we bare before staled, wo did not expect,
short of two years, to mike the Sbntixki. n
first class paper, but to Improve It from
time to tltno as Its Increas-d pittronugo
would warrant, are happy to state to
dav,itbat so far, we bare realized our mot
anguine cipcctalloni, and wilt promlte, If
the peoplo of Southern Oregon will second
our efforts, and continue to Increase their
patronago as they baro heretofore done,
that befcrc another year closes, wo wtll pre
sent them with a paper second to uo otbtr
We today commit the Skn-tinel to the
liacds of Its patrons. If ibey would lure
a Union newspaper worthy of Southern Or
egon, they can do so by tiling their Inllu.
ence In behalf of the Skxtixxl. No Union
man should fall to take the local paper of
his section, If ho withes bis party succe.
A little exertion on the part of every friend
of tho 6b.nti.mi. would Increase the list of
subscriptions, and render It much mora inter
citing to thetnielves, and at least make It
elf sustaining. Who nil! act on tto sug
gestion! tilucl Tidings.
The Tvlcgrapli brings us glorlus news
this' week. News calculated to send a
thtlll'of joy to crery heart. It i the only
time slnco the commencement of the war,
that' we Lave Lad reatoasble hope for
Wo hope ere miny months shall pass,
to see a rebctliouj people returned to their
allegiance, purified by the mournful sacri
fice, which they hare brought on the
proudest Nation of the world. Let m re
joice at the projpect of peace.
Ox the first page of this Issue will be
found some valuablo table), giving the dis
tances from Jacksonville on various routes
through the mountains to ll.o gold fields
eajt of the Cascade Mountains. There
will also be found a very bterestlng letter
from ex-Oov. Curry, which was written to
Col. Drew of this place.
1'ojit Kuvutii. Several of the Fort
Klamath boys arrived In town on Thurs.
day. They report about -1 feet of ssow
when they left there. They came by way
of Yrcka, and will return by the same
route In a few days, taking with them 13
recruits for Company C 1st Ogn. Cuvalry.
Daily Oreooxiax. We baro missed
the regular visits of this valuable Daily
since the storms set In, until this week,
when we received a basket full of them,.
iue perusal oi wuica wo enjoyed very
Jacksom Coi'my Minss " PtrrKRin."
We have been Informed that Mr. Williams,
but week picked up In his ground sluice
on Farmers Flat, two thousand dollars)
We would advise Mr. Williams to throw
up bis claim and try bis lack In DoUc.
Okucxt llocsis. We bavo been Inform
ed by Messrs. Howard &. Smith that they
will soon bo prepared for building tho cele.
brated eeoitnt bouse la Jacksonville
which for neatness, cheapness and durabili
ty, surpass any other material yet dis
covered In the building lias.
Tiik WrATtna In the early patt of
tbo week we bad torn dense fogs, something
very unusual In this part of the country.
For tbo but few daya the weather baa bee
Mr. S.'l". Starr, who- has caaw through
on the telegraphic line from Olywpta, left
here on yesterday, for Marysvllle. He U
thoroughly repalrlig the line as b goes.
J. M. HUTTO.V, IMKor.
iiecrultlitg In Josephine.
A meeting of the citherns of Josephine
county was belli In Ivcrbyvlllc on the 3d
Inst,, to lako Into consideration means t
raise a bounty for recruits to Oil the quota
of the county.
The meeting was called to order by J.
0. Weston. Oco. 13. RrJjjgH was chosen
chairman and Qattaff Wilson Secretary.
A committee of fleo, consiillng of 0. T.
Vlntng, J. 0. Weston, W. M. Kvans, It.
P. Holsclaw, 0. W. Mnthcwson, wero ap
pointed, who reported the following reso
1. Resolved, That this mooting bo or
ganlz'd os an association to be known as
tho Josephine county Volunteering Asso
ciation. 2. That this association have for lis ob
ject tho raising of 82,600 an a bounty to
Induce volunteering to fill the quota of this
3J. That a President nnd Secretary be
elected as permanent officers of the associa
tion. 4th. That a committee of one In each
precinct bo nppotntcd to call n meeting of
the citizens, as soon as possible, to raise
subscriptions, and report ut the next meet
ing of the association.
6th. That this Association hold Its
next meeting at this place, on the 21st day
ol January, 1665, nnd that each precinct
bo earnestly recommended to report at
that time the amount of money It will raise
for the purpose slated.
On motion, the resolutions were adapted.
On motion, tho meeting proceeded to
elect a President nnd Secretary,
Oco. H. Hrlpgs was cboren President,
and Oustuff Wilson Eecretury.
The cliulr appointed the following as (he
committee for each precinct;
Woldo. J. 0. Weston Althouse, Wm.
M. Krans ; Hrlggs', A. H. Platter ; Kcr-
byvllle, David Kendall; Deer Creek, K. N.
Tolin ; Canou Ort(Jk, S. 0. Hart ; Illinois
liver, II. 0. Dlanchard ; Slate Creek, II.
V. Sloan j Vanyoj, Wm. A. Olbson j Go-
lice Creclf, Wm. M. Crow ; Idatnl, Jus.
Twogood j Applcgnlc, Wm. Harlet, Wll
liamiburg, C. Messcoger.
On motion, the proceedings of the meet
ing be furnished the SixTiKxt.,and Oregon
lUpotttr, for publication.
Gustat Wiijon", Secretary.
The Uitulmtal, a traitor sheet puhlishul
at San Francisco, by JCick Montgomery,
devotes on mil re page In eulogising Car
roll, tho private who killed Col. Halter.
The following arc the closing paragraph :
"He fired with unerring aim, nnd llakcr
fell. It was cot long ere, In unequal strife,
he fell, overpowered, pierced with the.balls
of an avenging foe.
"0 fatal change I become In one Kid day
A scnwdcM corso I luanlmattd cloy."
Poor youth, wo can only drop a tear
over thy premature grnve and lament the
cruel falo nhlcli called thro to tliot-p rcents
of blooil. No one to mourn thy untimely
death ; no one at vesvcrtlco io breathe a
requiem for thy out and train the Ivy over
the green sod which coven thy pallid form.
Hut I will not renew the memory of
such sorrowful scenes. Three lotf years
have since Iknn by ; three vernul robes by
nature's, band hvo decked his hallowed
grave bod still tho bloody work kocsoo. 0,
when shall the bloody sacrifice be done!
when shall Amerlcu bo purified In fratrici
dal gore when shall the wrath of a rclrlb
utivc Ood bo oppcnKd by tho tears of
childless mothers oud fatherless orphans I
when shall smiling peace unllo again In
fraternal love the once pror perous, free and
Independaot peoplo of America T"
Is their an American who can read sued
a barrangue and not feel an ovcillow of
patriotic Iudlgnatlon. If there be, they de
serve not the name.
IUcRutma ix Jacksok Couhtv. The
Skxtikki. says Messrs. Fay and Doirell,
of Jacksonville, are engaged In cam-awing
for volunteers to fill up the quota of Jack
son county. Sir. Fay'a Democracy must
differ from that of some of the leading Dem
ocrats of our city. Frequent tffoitj were
mado to Induce soiuo of them to as
sist In canvassing this connty for volun-
leers, but they invariably refused, giving
as their reason that It was against their
principles, or that they would not ask otb
crs to do what they would not do them
selves. Ono Democratic gentleman a
public speaker declined addressing a part
ing word to tbo soldiers on the evening of
the fljg presentation, although be was Invi
ted to do so. We presume that these diff
erences are caused by the different degrees
of tbo gentlemen's Democracy. Albany
The Unn connty Democracy is certain
ly not posted on their new Democratic pro
gramme. They should read the papers.
Elmam. They got ashamed of bis
conduct ashamed of tho old man's tlriul
nnd ifooiir In tbo Intelligencer" as be
pronounces It and came to the conclusion
to take the otlicc irom him. lleporltr,
Tis true they took It from the " old
bio," but many of them wish now that
tbey bad left him, malont.
CtOTnino We woold call attention to
Hadgcr k Llndenbergtr't new advertise
meut of Winter and Spring goods,
IxronTANT. New recruits or veterans
ntsblog to obtain their State llounty
would do well to call on Jacobs Sc Ilasjell
no 1 Ibis way jTbat croswy Is com
Hood is fortifying Corinth.
Gen. Singleton gone to Rich
mond on n pence mission
Southern pence commiesic
on the way to "Wnshingt
Blnir goes to Richmond with
the conditions on which the
President will mnkc
New York, II th. The Heralds army
of the James correspondent tayi All in
camp except Out. Hnlli-r lilnwlf appeared
greatly surprised at his removal. The
question was asked, "If the movement was
caused by the Wilmington failure, why
was It not mado sooner?" The nniwcr ttf
this was that Ccn. Ord, whu temporarily
succeeds Duller, was absent, nnd the au
thorities only awaited his return. Gin.
Butler received the order ubout hall pt
II Sunday forenoon, and before three In
the afternoon had made nil his farewell
preparations, turned the army over to hl
successor, and taken his departure fur the
Tho Herald's Shenandoah correspond
ent says tho Inhabitants drcpVuireritig for
food, and the rebel troops are quartered
among them, rendering their condition still
more deplornblc. No new military move
ments have taken place In the Valley re
cently. The Ilcrnld's Snrlncflelil fMni corra-
pendent says the Union gnrris'ms Hne!
been withdrawn ni far South a Fort I
Smith, Ark., by order ol Gen. Cnnby. i
?scw lotk, 11th. utte nbel poncru
conlaln on Inlereitlns detailed account of
the late Union raid nf (Jem. Stnneman, I
llnrbriilgc nnd Gillcn, lu 'IVnn. and smith.
welt Vn., which was so damaging to the
enemy In the destruction of Suit nnd Lead
works, and a vast amount of other prnjier-
The lllchmond papers nre nil ludolp
log In a glorlficiitloii over the. failure of
the expedition against the Wl'mlnglimdc
Sloiby is (aid tn be still nil re nnd In n
placo of security. His early recovery Is '
A sharp i)icns!nn wm polnjr on be
tween rcliel pnpers, In which .TViT ),vl'
meddling Is charged ntlic came of nil the
recent disasters. Home of tliom In bis de
fence nre availing It ni the marplot.
Washington, lltb. IHchmnnd paper
tay that at last aecoun's from Kontli Car-1
ollna the enemy were still lu front of liar
New York, litis. A Washington Dis
patch says Scc'y Fessendcn lias asked for
a modification nf the law, so ni to ciiubK;
him to Issue two hundnd millions more
Seven-thirty notes. Tho vote on the Con
stilutionat Amendment Hill nntlslnvcrv
Xv 1 1 1 be postponed for several d.ijs to nl j
low full discussion. '
The Herald' Wuihlngton dipntchay
a lending peace Democrat, whu took a
prominent part In the peaco movement '
during the lute election, and whoso person
al relations with the President have bnn '
very friendly, has gone to Hiehtnnnd and
will probably be beard of there hi a day
Tho remnant of Hood's army reported to
be fortifying Corinth, with a view togoing
Into quarters at that place. It Is ulso
said that be is repairing tho Mobile and
New York, 12lb.-Tbo World's special
says the Kuding politician who has gnn
on a peace mission Is Ucn. Singleton of
It Is reported that tho relwl Senate, In
secret session, adopted u resolution to ap
point peace commissioners, and they have
been selected and sent to Grant's bead
quarters. Orr, of 8. Carolina, (Jilmore,
of N. Carolina and Alexander II. Stephens
nro of the commlulon. It Is also said that
Grant telegraphed that Stephens solicited '
permission to pass through bis lines to vis
it Washington. It Is at least known that
Illnlr goes to lllchmond with the full
kiiowlcdjje and consent of tho President,
and is clothed with nutLorlly to uffcr ne
gotiations with Jeff Davis, with a view to
restore peace, and the rebel authorities
will feel assured of this when be shows his
creik-ntia's. His instructions are embrucid
In these propitious: First, amnesty to
all, no matter what they have been since
the war began; second, tho Constitution
as it is, the Union as It was, the South to
return to the Union with all the rights and
privileges which it had before any of the
States seceded; third, tbe totnl abolition
of slavery. From this point the President
will not retreat one lota. Ho does not
insist on Its immediate abolishment, but
desire that measures may be taken to se
cure its extinguishment within a reason
able length of time. It Is stated on what
seems good authority that Jeff Davis Is
strongly inclined 'to peaco measure, and
will accept terms less liberal than was at
first supposed be would. Lincoln, on tbe
other band, is disposed to bo as lenient, as
poulUc, bat Insists that tbe first pablie
action on the part of the Confederacy,
must be to lay down arms nnd acknowledge
tbe supremacy of the Union. There Is no
desire to bumble tbe South, It Is due to
tbe Union, not to .the North. As an ev.
Idence pf the desire or tbe Administration
to oblalnpeaee, it b stated that General
Duller was removed not solely Tor incom
potency or misdemeanor, but also as an
evidence that our government Is disposed
tn treat with the south on liberal terms,
and is willing to remove every obstacle
that may stand tn the way of a perfect un
deretanding with that section. It Is re
ported that ex Governor Hire?, nnd ex
Governor Orr arc now nn their way to
Washington on a peace mission.
Tho Times' Washington special learns
that the rebel pence commhnlon consists of
Vice President Stephens, Judge White of
Georgia, Mesars. Price ind Orr of South
Carolina, Ollmoro of North Carolina,
IlivwofVa., and Smith and Singleton nf
Mili. This special says it lnlo fear
rd Iheru Is no hope of passing a constitu
tional iinirndmcnt abolishing slavery.
New Vork, 12th. Tho Itlclimoml pa
pers, uf Miiidd, contain a telegram, from
Charleston, stating that n portion of
Sherman's forces had occupied Grahams
vlllc.S. C., thlrly-fivo miles north of Sa
vannah. Hood's tfilclal report of his defeat lias
been received j He acknowledges a Iojs of
60 guns In one day. His account, the bat
tle of Nashville was a bad bushier. The
Dispatch thinks Thomas will turn and
move bis columns toward the Southwest.
New York, IStli. The Herald's Shen
andoah correspondent suys there Xrc ru
mors ilmt the rebels have moved down to
Slrasburg, but Its thonght not In sufficient
strength to annny Sheridan.
Cincinnati, Pith. Resolutions parked
the Ohio Lcglslutnrc, asking Congrcrs to
adopt the proposed amendment to the cou
stltutlon for the abolishing nf slavery.
S.u Franctjco. 12lh -Quid In N. Y.
Yesterday, 223 t 220 Currrnuy ixrlmnge
110-Coiu bills 2-IBat Tenders -Hi Vjj
Ixaxk. Angus! t Hunip-ll bas ben
fl,ll'1 lnane, nnd sent to J'orllund In
chargo of John S. Love, Ivq.
--On tho 1st lnt., at tho reideice of thu
hridt-'s unoli. the Hon. Illrum Sinllli, In
llnrrisbiirg, l.lnn county, by the lti-i. K It.
(ivnry, JauM IlnawnLMi, I!m)., to Mir
I.yiiia. iluug'iter of the Hen. in. Owens,
At Ki-rbyvlllt. Jmidphlne county. Ogn.,
an liwMny. Jai, 10. I fir,',, uf Drop,
Juijm V. (icsnen, seed 37 ytars.
Deceased nos n native of'Salcm, Ohio.
In the County Hu.pltal, Jan. 5lh 1S8.1,
Mr, Heuly, apul about 15 years,
o w ii iiiii 1,11MM.nrwa rare iiiiwimm
W. Q. T'VAULT,
ATt'OUNKY AND COUNSIiLLOH
A.KP Ts f VOr,
Oflkc at rcstdrnec on California Street,
All builneii eutriutcd to hi care preninl
ly attend' d to. JunUtf
VyOTIOK U hereby kIvcii that tho copnrt
Hti lliiit 4riA stAtinrl.
i nernun nrreii.iuro
i'xltlng betiieuu I
W. Jlathel. Is Ibis I
it.il iitnsent of the
Jeuune IV Itottoatn and
day d siolved bv tho inutit
parties. J CANNK lit, K0U0AM,
W.MAT II Bid
Jacksonville Jan. 1). 'CS. J.ml lt
22 DAY'S FEBRUARY.
JU llall, at the above named time and '
i 'mS4 x ' A 'fir. i s ai .it
place. In coinmemnratlon of tho Natal Day , ni nJ ualeavllle, North Can
f.rvi',n,inninn fi.i. ii...i. i..,, i,r. i vouvUle. llvitle Crvek. ltotcburir. Witlmr.
o. the KOKin, no pains will
make It tbe crandett atralr vi
. ........B... .,. miihui. i
ill bo snared to
I'did lor there
Ion Is cileuded
Good iniulo will be nrovld.d
caslun. A general Invitation Is extended
JacktonAllle, Jan. 12, 'C.V JanHtd
0D JSL m JUL.
A. FISHER & BROTHER,
California & Oregon Street,
Have on hand a
Large Stock of Staple Fancy
etc., etc., etc.
All will be sold at
xteaceci S ri oo.
Jacksonville, J.n.O, f. JanUtf-
Opposite the McCulIy Builclin
Madame Jeanne Be Eoboam.
The Mndnmo tttkes this method of tendering her thanks
to the public, for the pntronngc which lins hitherto been ex.
tended to herj nnd would respectfully solicit a continuance
ore always under her Imme
diate control; andiliy brr long
expericnen In the liiuln'wrho
feds cnntldent that she will
give intlru satUfuctlou to ull.
MEALS WILL BE
Jacksonville, Oregon, January 14 th, 1SG5.
IN the Circuit Court or the State or Ore
gon, for the County of Juckon,
Hannah V. McComber plaintiff, si. Henry
II. JlcCombcr defendant.
Illll for Ulloito.
To II. II. McCombcr : you nre hrrcby
suinmuncd ts appear tn raid court, on the
lath day of February. A. I). ISM, to ans
wer n complaint on tile ngalntt you In said
court, in the nbove eutltliil cniuo, and you
arc hereby notified that ir jou Tall to nn
wcr (Bid complaint, im above reiiuliiil, the
plnlnllll' will npply tn the court Tor a decree,
dlsfulving thu bonds or mnrrluge exUllnjc
ixitwei'ii thu oatil parlies ; ana lor cost rvuu
exti'Mises nr Ibis suit, to be taxed.
Ity order of 1'. X. 1'rlm, Judge of raid
JACODS i ni'.SSKI.L.
Attorneys Tor plalntltT.
Jaekrnnvtlle, Jan. 12th lFC.1. wCH,
RECRUITS WANTED 1
A few Young men of good character to
till up Company C, of tho First ltegliueut,
Govern incut Hounty, $1500;
C'ltitlilnjt nlluwmir lr iiioiuli. 0'I3I.
Hoic, and horse HulimciiK arum nnd
nccoiilrt'inoiili, will he liiruMicd hy (iot em
inent. Sulllvleut good aud nholerouiF I'm
vUlour, Mulleins ami Medioul aUuidaiiCf,
will nbo lie provided. Fur furthfi- particu
I urn apply to I.t, D. C. l.'ndnruud, or S-r
ueaut I., II. Morse, at Jacksonville Oregon.
dipt. 1st Cav., Otfu. Vol., Com. Company.
I-or I Ktamuth, Oregon. 3mjatil!.'
I'or Ofricn Pr.p'T, Wasiiixotiis Citt, I
1'norwiiM will be rrci'Ivid nt the C"n
true I Odlc- nf thU Deiuirimeut until a r. )i.
of March Clh, 1SU3, 10 l deeldrd by iLe
lain, inr conveying me jiniin or luv nil-ti-ddtati's,
In thi'.Vtute ol Orison, from
July lt, lbt3, tn Juno HUtb, 18iii, mi llic
roiiu nnd by tho itclidulin nf iUiiur(uiaa
nl"1 ft"lkBl hcrHn ikc Ibd ; Ixliijc rnuU-s
"'"''tl-btd hy Act ol CanjfitM, approved
J"no 3u'11' ,B,, n,,d other.)
1.1U:'A I-'roni Porllaud. bv Tuvlor'n K,rri
and Cluhalem Ga,i. lu l.atnyulle, SOiiiIRm A
baik, uuve a ivmh ; li-uu l'ortini.d Moi.day
nt U n in ; urrive ui IM lyvtlu by ii p m ;
Imiio l.nfuyolle Tuwday ut tin in j urrive
at l'ortlaud by G p iu.
13U2I) From Lafnyctlo to Tillamook Vat.
Icy. -10 miles and buck, once a vvevk ; leave
Luluyctto Moulay nt ii n in ; nrrlvi nt Till
uiuook Vullvy by C p m ; lenvu Tillamook
Villi")- at li u m ; utrive at Lufnyelto by li
1.1027 From The Dnllw, by Canyon City
nud Iiidrpoiidituoj. to llslte Oily, Idaho,
MCO uilHs uud back, once a week. ilidder
to pronoiu a tvhvdulo uf di'imrtun. uud
13028 From Hoseburg, by Ten-Mile
Cruk. Cmiioji Valley, Junction ot Middle
aud Ajuth Forki ut Coquille, Lunhurrl'
t'ralrle. and dlx Mluve, to Port Orfurd, 120
miles ngd buck, once u neck, lliddura vvllj
v'" ".- v,m.,ure. mm urnvuw.
"", J1""' Jacksonville, by look Point,
i,.bi,....i s.-.....,. . i- .....":.. .-
.?'""'. ""'"- "'' vu""u "uvVi r-1
I vallis, Albany, Salem, JeUirou. lHpisl.l
M"r'ra Mills, Oregon City, aud Mllvvaukte.'
1'wtUna, 290 miles uud buck, dally.
iwiiiv uBkKiuuiiiiv uuny ni . a in ; arrive a
Portland, from lit April to lt Dccnubor
lu threo days ; remainder of the year lu five
days ; leave l'ortlaud dally at U u iu ; urrt
ve ut Jacksonville, from lit April to la
December, In five days. If survico on ibis
route, and UUU, Calilornla, bo let, (but on
route H913, California, will not be.
Bids most provide for the conveyance of
tho mall with -certainty, celerity aud tccurl
ty "ulng tho terms "ol the law.
For form of Dronos.il. cuarautoo ami r.
tltlcate, nud tor liintructious, requinmcts,
Ac., Jc, bidders are rrfeirvd to tho pain
phlat advertUcraent of this date, ut the
priuclple Pot Offices
Veterans Sl Recruits.
T1IE last Legislature gives a bounty of
$150 to each recruit In the rcglmeut
now U-iog raited. It also Voted
per month ejstra pay to each person belong
Ing to the cavalry regiment enlisted threo
yearaago. These amounts are to Iw paid
In Stato Uonds. Thoso wishing these bonds
would do well to call on
JACOBS A RUSSELL.
Jacksonville, Jon.12, 'Oi. juul-tif
TVf ISOAKKIBD. One
P J. Flint, Cfwyonville, Qctson,"
Weight 28 pounds.
Any person whu knows of tbe above, nnd
will Inrorro the undersigned, will be grate,
fully thanked aud liberally lewarded.
,,, n P.J.FLINT.
Canyonvllle, Ogn., Jan, 8, 'C5,
SUPKRU PhologrnpU Albums can b(
bad cbeon, fur cash, nt J, Row, ne.i
door nbove Bradbury & "vVade. '
HOTEL AND REmUDi.
Ilrr llrda nii'l llnnint,
are lili-d up In lb most com
fortable riyle; rutted to Ilia
accommodation of single oc
cupants, or futnlllvft. Hit
beds nru alwnys kept cliati.
SET AT ALL HOURS.
FOST OFFICE BUILDING
Tn' it) t scries of School books will be
found on the shelves; to which addillous
arc being constantly made.
STA'llONHIlY or the iik.it gwiarv,
Cnnrlrtlng uf Ilancrofts Cebbrntcil Mncu
U'rltluir Paper. .SVII no otbir kind.
L'N'VKI.orilSornll klnd, nrt- and sizes,
Cony books. Hod, blur, bluck, copying
and Indil:"? Inks. .Sliid ieu, Pocket,
counter and diik InhMuiid, l..k nnd x-ncll
Kincrs, Pen Kiufiv, Poprr l-oldcrs. I.in.l
pencils, Carprulin jt:uciln. Drawing penclli
nnd Drawing papr, Ac, Ac.
Bancroits Diaries for 18CS5
Conlnlulsg lift or stamp duties, and other
ueful Information. Then diaries nro tho
(lnift and the mo-t comjilctc thing of the
kind ever got up.
A good supply of Pass books, Pocket and
liifkrii Pictorial, nmguxlnc and eomlo
p,iper kept coiiftnntly on baud.
A CMUI'LATINU UllltiKY or new
nnd select Novels, tuiihlch addltlous ant
made by eu-ry lenmcr mnll.
Orders Tor uuy book or books nut on hand,
promptly IIIM In ten days notice.
U.U.I, and get n letter, ami If there' I
none, buy muwrlal nud write one, thereby
patruiilzeiug both L'nclu Sam nud
8. K. HA INKS.
"We're nmrcliiug to tho field.
05 KECKU1TS WAXTD
JArKSOX, JOSEPHIXC 4. CURBT COfMIB
1st Regiment Vol. Infantry!
RKCRUIT3 will be mustered In for one,
two, or three years, as tbey may, lu
ench case, elect.
I'. S. Iluuuly $100, $200 aud ?500!
In nddltlon to the above, there is otTcreiii
to recruits vvho.oidlst lu this regiment for
A .State liouui)' of$lCO.
For further particulars, enquire nt tho re
milting ofUce, Qrst door below the Itxprcss
Omce. K. II. SI'HAGL'K,
Jacksonville. Dfc. 22. lblit.
efanr and .Subscribe for J".
"- iivimiut-B .iiitiuut or Tills
Uiikat ltni.u.io. lliu rTiont nutheutlo ami
Impartial work nn th,. pi-em-nt ivnr lu the
Unltid Stales j thowlng the cause, rte and
progrit s of Urn lUbelllon ; tbo uprlilng andt
vnthuslaKiu of the I'iojile, the Patriotic lib.
i-rullty and cheerful volunteering at the
North and West . tho Immense military and
tluanclul resources or the Government ; thu
raising, organizing, and furnWblug bothi
Armies and Navies vie eto.
It la Hmbelllsbi-fl with over sixty Brut
clam steel engravings, and over forty Por
traits of oOleert, prominent, la tho war
both North nud South.
This work Is sold by Subscription, only.
O. A. DAVIS
Canvassing Agent for Southern Oregon.
N. B. ThU work can be bad In cither Gr
inan or English.
Jacksonville, Di-cember 23d. IBfli. tf
NOTICn Is hereby given, that by virtu
or nu ord-r, made by iho County Court ,
I will sell fur cash, to Ibe highest bidder at
auction at tbe court bouse door.In the eounlr
of Jackson and State of Oregoo.on Saturday,
Ihe Slut Inst , between tbe hours of nlu
o'clock A. M., and tour P. M all the real
property belonging to tbe estate or the late
Kfv. J. F.Gray, drorased, eltaated la th
aforcaald ceuuly and State, bvlog claim No.
74 lu township 117, south of it. 2, west, be.
ginning nt the N. W. corner, on the south
boundary or claim No, C7, theuce south.
20.00 chains, thence east 80.00 chain,
thence north 20:42 chnlus, thence west 79:90
chftiiis. to lb place of beclanlng : contain,
lug 1C1 (it-100 acrea.
dcel0w4 PteenlrDee 8th, J864,
IN the Circuit Court, or tbe State
Oregon, for the County of Jacksou.
Wit. II. Matiikwi vi. J. JI. CjuwrouD.
and J. II. CnAwrono.
Aellon nl lw Io JCccotcr Mancy
To Iho ntiove named defendauta Yoa
arc hereby suuunoned and required to n-iK-ar
lu tho Circuit Court, nf the Stole if
Oregou, ror the County of Jackson, at tbe
nest terra thereof, to be held at Jacksonville,
In tald county, on tbo second Monday In
?ebniary,A.D., 1663, and there answer a
complaint on tile in the above entitled ac
tion, or Judgment will I taken against you
for want or uu answer, ror the sum of $748..
...... 1,1.11,0, tuuicuu, iue rate oi iu per
cent per annum, from tbo 2Cth day or
April, 1804, aud the costs and ejpensta or
this actlou to be taxed.
JACOBS & RUSSKLL,
Nor. 23d 1861.
Warren lodge No, 10, A. F. & A. M,
ML HOLD their regular communl
"jJcntlons tho Wednesday Kvontugson
frot preccdinethe full moon. In jamt.
S0.NVH4JS, onuaoN. .
h.nv .JOHN.E. ROSSwiM.
OJ'W. Savjiob,' Scc'y. " r -.