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M'JlAmttAbr.. The following bit ol'
rpmniicc is from tho Snlom Record. A
frionil from Salom says that Simpson
refused the npnlicntlon becnuso tlio
Grrnscr vrnn n Democrat which
awful mean of Ben.
" Tlio craW wants ns to r!vo
denouement of an application on
..--.- c..!..l 4-..- ..!;
(laibuio kiauuiu iui jiuui. "
marry an Indian woman, so wo give all
i- .. m ......
we know of it. Two evenings since
ns tlm Rtnrrn nrrivprl. a mnn of decided -
ly dusky hue and speaking very bro
ken English came hurriedly into the .
Jlecord office, and asked wluru he
would find Mr. lien. Simpson. The of
fice of the Indian Department is in the
same building:, but it was then closed, ,
so we accompanied the man to the
street corner, gave tho bearings and I
distance -to Mr. Simpson's house, and1
then set him (id rift. Tho next morn-
Ing Mr. Simpson told us that tho man I
wns a Mexican who, rather thnn lose j
, . . . ' , , . '
his interest in a squaw that was being,
taken back to the Reservation desired
. . , .
permission to marry her. 1 his pormu-
sion was tleenU'illy
reiusiHi on w imv
grounds vc cannot say not perhaps
un account of incompatibility ot temper,
as the parties wore well matched with
out being mated. There could have
been no objection on account of color,
for the Mexican was as dark skinned
as a thunder cloud. If it was on ac
count of race, we would like to know
which race. The generation of greas
ers is already half Iiidiiiu, or more.
We leave the whole subject, with per-j
feet confidence, in the hands of Den.
Iitrr.ACtiMi:sT. The following is the
conclusion of an article in tln J'o '' '
Tribune on impeachment: "T con-'
tiniie him in power is to restore reb I
supremacy in the land, and this promi
ses nothing but disunion, dishonor and ,
blood. It is the policy of Johnson and j
tho Uebel party even day more
boldly proclaimed by their organs to ,
scizo tho Government, restore rebel to
power, repudiate the national debt, re
establish State Rights, the right of se
cession and the institution of slavery
and to undo all that has been done for
our country, liberty and humanity in
the last six years. It is nhurd to
suppose that these nv-gone heresies
hese liygone heresies
lished in this Republic !
,.,1 ,. , '
en fold more fierce and j
can be rc-cstnblis!
without a war ten
(sanguinary iiiau iiiai which uas lately
cost the nation a million of lives and
billions of money. Nevertheless, these
doctrines constitute the openly avowed
creed and purposes of Johnson and the
Copperhead Democracy of the dav,
nnd tlir-v nro .uv.rn ,n nnnm..,.lll. ilmlr
" "" i"'
schemes or destroy the Union bv the
inauguration of a new rebellion. Rule
or ruin is now, ns in times past, the
motto of the Democratic party, nnd
Johnson is its Executor for the time
being; henco his impeachment, with
out war, is tho slim but only hopo for
tno lutttro peaco
and security of the!
Household Hints. Wood ashes,'
wot with water, will stop tho crack of (
a stove, and prevent the smoke from
Stir Poland starch with a common
candle, and it will not stick to the iron,
and it will bo much nicer.
Alum or vinegar is good to set colors ,
red, green or yellow,
Frozen potatoes make more starch
than fresh ones; they also mako nice
Al.t .I.....1 i ii i -i
not filiovel hold over varnished ,
furniture will tako out white spots,
A bit of glue dissolved in Bkim milk
and M'nter will restore crape.
Ribbons of any kind should be
washed in cold soap suds, and not
flat irons aro rough, rub
fine salt and it will make
If you are buying a carpet for dura
bility choose small figures. ,
Ilulf a cranberry on a corn will soon
kill it. I
Pihnti-k's Dbviw. From wild,
fricndlens boys in tlio streets, ate untile
what are called ptjiiters' duvih.; next
they bi'cnme primeri, alter that Mimis
tiines cdilur-, ".u ,i ; h iwpLcity they
not unliccptei.'.iy in.iKt- then- mark in
the nation and in tl.c worM. Dr.
-. ... , ,
rraiiklin was n moat eminent iiutantti
in the early days ot our country, and
Tlmrlnu. Wnn.l TT,...n H. I., o: I ,
r. .....,. ,. v,,, ...... ...u win;!,, (JIIIIUII
Cameron, Ilaniiibal Hamlin, General
Di.v, Schuyler Colfax, Gideon Welles,
and many others, nro striking examples
at the present time.
The curvature of tho earth amounts
to seven inches per mile. A mini mx
feet high ciuimn be seen fioui it flu tut ,(
Mirth and motion proloug life.
In the Field Again I
Agents wnntcil to sell tj- subscrip
tion WO M A N'S WO R X
Zn tho Civil War.
A llrrnnl nf Ttprnlftm. I'ntrtntUm nni! I'n-
! A tlciico, prepared utulor Ihc function nnd
tn'MT"!"' ' iui uii7i
i unristian i;ommisions, ny ii. ir. iirncKein, m,
-. author of Phllanihrople Results or tho
i Wr,""OiirOtet CbpIMui," "The Cmn,lho
umiIo field nod the iloplil.',etc..otc.nnd
. Mr. Mary 0. Vnnghnn, with nn lntrodiiellnn
i l.y Henry W. Bellows, I). I)., President V. S.
. Sanitary ('ommliion.
This Interesting work will contain sketches
or nearly TWO HUNIUini) LAMES, dlilln
guMird for Ib-ilr Inbnri In behalf of the Sold
lor. Refugee' nud Prerdmen, wllh Incident of
llivlr nnrk,..tnl b.-ier notices of nbout four hun
dred others ; while n brief tribute will be poll
to tlm !iounni4 ol namelc" Herolnet who
IimvcJ every (lunger nml privation, or ulelly
tolled mid sacrillcvtl time, hcnllh, nnd ninny of
tliom lllc, to glte nld to our t nitcritift mldlcrs.
In nil ages H"J countries, It Is true ttumsn hns
been patriotic. Tlie Snnrlnn mother could ay
(o her son, "Lome bncK mill thy shield, or on
It l faptlin rtntt lrtti nnmon tftmtl.i a.intlflrtn lkm
reives In the dames or their ruined city; but
J'lry lis no precedent to the work of oman
111 our late terrible civil iir uch culm, deep,
enlightened, widespread patriotism. suebchrer
'" synip.nhy mid sacred trusts such nrnrce
ir personal activity nt home nnd In Ihc camp,
The preparation of the work was commenced
' more (mm inrcc yearn iigu. aomen uieaijiesi
, . ,,, ,.." .... .i....i ... ..i, .....
I'vi." ... ..iu urn. ion ....v vi. iiiirii.ii ill i.i ill; iiiu
Irti'iid and families or tbu subject. All the
liencvolout people of the country, who contrib
uted so HbvMlly of their menus, to enable thro
noble women to curry on their labor or love,
will gladly embrace the lint opportunity to pe
rn w itil record of the great work Ihcy'nccom
plbbcd. Every true American patriot will
II nd here how exalted lm Ui-n the patriotism
of AMERICAN WOMEN
An eminent divine t.xyn : "Such n work is
cnllid fo by patriotic und prutcful people. It
I? an honor lo our country, will In-come n house
hold Irt'Miirv and u joy und hlcfslug to future
lime,' The work contain about 800 pages,
iiesiiiiiuuy niuriruKti wiiii numerou line
Miel Engraving, rscciilul In the highest rtylc
of tliv nr.. uud will bo lunil-lifd to rubfcrlbura
In mat ui.d ulwtiiiitml liliulliic Kneruellc
Laiu-m (umle or IcLi.ilt) wuulid Immediate
ly lir uuuiuui up .i u,
I ill .T. T. iii:adi.v,
From Ofllctul Source, wllh S2 SpbnddSticI
rortrail.,iiud ll.illlu iVeiif. cumprblii);
the curly lllc, public nr.ivvujd
can't r of
Porter, RiiliMHiriHiuli. IMhlureti. Pnnbllnv.
li.im W'llkv, Woidcii. Ilally, Ilocij. und Cuh
intr.iii.d many oilier Jiruiiiiuwit .Natnl lUroi-,
with thrlllliii: d icrlptlon ol battles, elites,
uud IrtimiMiilnieiiu, liivludliiK the recent dl'cur
irl'i-lit coMluvitluK .Siixul IVurlaru by Irou
cl.nl ese. Complete In one lnriu Oclnvn
'-'id lour lull p.iKoll.r
oliimne, i.uil pHcv, Incluillui; iIr(iif-ii Steel
L'ultuvuI I'ntir.ili of proiuiiivnt uaiul ollleir,
General Agsnl, llox Ul, Portland, Oreji
"Clark's Pnttut liulclllilc Pen
cils." for marking linen, etc. Thla Pencil is
Atnill.tr l'i pnpvarnuco lo the ordinary lead pen
cil, ui.d will make n clear black in irk. Ih.il
Hill remain uller yiarsol wear uud "a-liniL-.
No preparation rripilrrd except ilimpuliik' the
!,"ntt lo. -H-l.mrk0. One pencil will malkoiie
inouuiui article. jPCAcenls wanttd.
" St'"t-30 '" "' pencil" (Alkm Ilroth-
" Bgv"" J,ck'" Ccu"tJ
G. T. T. C. D. S.
Si;.MMO.N'S.-lu tho Circuit Court of the
Slalc (ifUregon fur the county of Jackion.
Action nt Law to Iteeuver llunov.
John Long iilalntin', vs. J. Wettenr and John
To John Wintjeji :
Yuii nro rupilred to appear lu said Court nnd
uiisner the vnmiilalnt of .aid plulutlir tiled
ncalint you, wlililn leu day from the lime or
the er ice of thin iummoim on you. If rer.rd
wiiuiii .iiii coiiniy, or ir ferxeil un yon within
any oth-r county In this Slate, then within
twentj days from the lima of the service, or ir
made for six week In thu '-Oregon Sentinel."
prior to the second Monday in November, A. D.
16G7 ; nnd you nre untitled, that If you lull to
un.wermld complaint, u nboe lequlred. Iho
plaintiff will upply to tho Court fnr.tlierellcfde.
'""""' .usivm, lu-mii iuru jiiuxiueuiugaiim
on fur the tumor four uuinimi hm.i ..i..i.i.
fnen miliars uml lllty ccnls (SIS7 30, with in
leret tliermn, at the rate ol .' per cent, per
month Irom the 21st day of July, A. D. 18U3,
and the cots nnd dltburteiueuU ol this actlun
to l taxed. Hy order of tho Court.
Given under my hand. Ibis 3rd day of Octo
ber, A. I). I8G7. O.JACOUS, AWij (or J(ft.
SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court ol the
Statu or Oregon fur the county ol J nek ton,
Suit in ljpiltr to Qulut Title.
1'. V. McManus plaintiff. s. Win. A. Owen nnd
John 1'nnp.iu', delcudaiils.
To Juliti 1'itupaw;
You ar rtipilred to appear In said Court,
and iiniMei tliu tiiiiipliilnt ufruld plalutlll, llleil
Wiiuliiit j on. within III dajufrom tbellmoof the
K-rMceiifiiiUuuiuiou un you, ll K-r.id with
In tid rciiiily.br If stried on juu ullhliiany
olli r coiiui) lu this Statu, thin within twenty
ilajn from lliu llniuuf the en Ice, or it icmd
on you out of thu Statu or Oreuon. then it I. or
i1l-ii.i1 l. the Cuurt that publication be made
lor sl wi-rka In thu "Uii-uiiii Sentinel," prior
lu tlie mv.iiiiI IJiiiiilay In Nnvvinbvr. A. D, lBu7,
Ami i,u urv in, itiul that il you (all to uuiwer
-.. il uii'ipMiut .i.iLi'ni! ii'ipilud, tho plalnllll
w,i .,,(!, t.i, i ,.ur: nr tUv lull. t demand d
tii t.-I'i l"-n t ; t,ii u ib ereo ror un uinllvi. Ided
"ii-' " ,i iii ).-it) iIivciiIki) theielu, nud
,.w' iw. i ii tiyuuvuiM) un ikki ii iiierelu.aitu
'U. m -., .: , -. i.i.iwuili nf UiU mil to be
, I. ' '" '." V,L ..!.": . -
. .' V', ,n.''.. '" "'. "".", ' V '"J" u.c"
ti .i i 'is.it ! inv hiiid. till'
Iff. A- 1. Iu7. U. JACOUS, Ally fur J'tjt.
Lyou's Pica Fowdor.
Death to Fleas. It Is well known that LyonV
genuine Mju tic ponder will iwrlvctlv destroy
ferytblug in tbu hupu ol tlea, llck,'bed-bui;f
roaches, ele ; Unit U I. perftct poltou to the in
net Inhv, but entirely liarmluw lu the human
p'cU tmil ilmiirMiu uiilm . Tho genuine ba
' ( "iiur- ul I. I.miii.iiuiI ihu private htamp
. . .uua 1iui.iimS.Cu. Any thing cist) of thia
klud i uu lioitatiou or counierfelt. Any drug
gist will proem- lliB genuine, If you Insist you
will have no othtr. Uiflj
AN OKIGINAL POK1H.
nr tine nan who wbotk it.
Some write for fun, and some for fsmc,
And somo lo make a splutter,;
Hut we, like all true poets, claim
To write for bresd and butter.
Thus you see our rery laudable object of do
ing Rood to ourselree, If we cannot do good to
Wo only wish lo hare It known,
That all nor good mtuf sell,
And then the people till will come
Yon bet Ihey will.
Thns Riving ui a floa opportunity of mak
We've fnney Soon and good Colognes,
Ami Hair Oils by the dozen
An endless lot of pood lVrfoniM.
Put up by old 11, Ilualr..
Thus Riving all the young folks an opportu
nity of becoming "swtel-scentcd."
Wr hnvo Itestorcrs for the Hair,
Much better than your dye t
We've prrnnrntlons for the Kar,
And lotions for the Eye.
Thus giving old maids und crusty bachelors
on opportunity of fizlog up for the matrimoni
We've Drrft and Hooks; wo'vo Oils and
And trlnkcli of all kinds;
We've Noitrums good for all complalnU,
And sell lo stilt Ihc times.
Tbu giving old and young an opportunity
Now, nil who have (be ready catb
Can call around to-morrow,
For Ihey can find lust what Ihey want
Much chenper than lo borrow.
And will thus give the City Drug Store fel
low a fine opportunity to display their ex
tensive stock or NKw GOODS to much bet
ter ndvantago thnn Ihey could possibly do on
paper. They will say, however, that .they
have Cnc nunrtrarnt of
from 82 25 to 81 60 for 60 pictures,
Ink Slandt, Rules,
Fancy Ten holders,
nf every description, Red, IHur, Hlaek and
i.opylnir Inks, t lialk Lines, Fishing ruckle,
VkiIIii Strinirs, Tall bnnrds und lt'slii, School
Hunks of every vnriety nt rtducid prices, Cony
llinik In variety. Slates, I'arlor Games, and u
iliiiii'iiml niher tblims In this line, that can be
seen by railing nt the Cily Drug Store.
Anuuii; the staple articles may be lound
XuiuiFg', Msec. Cloves.
Cillliamnii, ('asuln 11 ild,
Cream of Tartar,
(nmclhlng new) Kxlraclsof Lemon, Vannclla,
Cloves, Ornnge, Celery, etc.
Pram. lUnt.ur, Hi.ukino in Hall,
Pi.ATKn Paw and Coal Oil.
We would call on our frlenda to give us a
rail. If wc enn't kII them anything, we will
lukc grsat pleasure In showing them snme
Ihlnif new. SUTTON IIYDK.
.biek.nnvlllr S-pt, 28. lhfi".
SALE & EXCHANGE STABLES.
Comstock $ Catcley,
The proprietors have recently purchased the
above well-known stand, iltuutcd on the corner
Call rum I a &th HlrccU,
Where the very beat of horses nnd buRgles can
bo had nt all times, at reaionablu ratei. Their
stock of roaditers caunot be equaled In the
On reasonable terras, and the best care and at
leutlon lieitowed upon them while under their
Hone tlaught and Hold,
tlclnc latllflcd that tlifv run nlc .ll.f.
Hon, the proprietors solicit the patronage or
Jackionvlll. Nov.i'l.IBCC. decDtf
CIRCUIT COUUT OF THE STATE OF OH
j egon lor tuetountyor Jackion.
John Anderton and Jamea T, Glenn, plaint
Ids, vs. Joicph aro, Joseph Stachala and
John Wlntjen, delendants: Action at law to
To Jieph GroM Joseph Stachala and John
In the name of the State of Oregon, you uro
hcrehy required to appear and nmwer the com
plaint, flltd against you in the above entitled
action, on the 11th day of November, 1807, the
ame being the first day or the next terra of
Circuit Court afuretald, and If you fall to an
swer, lor wont thereof, the plaintiffs will tako
Judgment agalntt yon for the sum or 2,
Ml Tt-IOQ dollars, with Interest thereon rrom
tho llth day or November, 1867, and at the rate
nt 2) per cent, per month, and coats and dls
burMinciils. Hy order or the Court, V, V, I'rlra
Judge. W. G. T'VAULT, 1'1'fts Att'y
WASHINGTON T CITY, D. C.
MV 11USINES3 IS SUCH THAT I WILL
uccesarlly bi detained in Washington
Mty until next i-prlng: hence, I will bocuubled
to uiteiid to all collections entrusted to my care
giving them my peroiml attention. All who
have claims lor collection, or uny other legal
business In tho Atlantic Stales requiring atten
tion, ute solicited to forward them Immediately
lo me. Clicuts lu Jacksou County can get as
stslauco lu preparing their papers, by applying
lo II. M. 0. Gault. at rny office. In Jack.onvllle.
Address b. F. DOWELL,
Washington City, D. 0.
Joun S. Drdu
GLENN, DRUM & CO.,
NEW FIRM, NEW GOODS
LOW PRICES WILL WIN!
THE ABOVE NAMED riKm
take pleasure in notifying their friends
and the publlo generally, tusl mey arc now
receiving and opening a very large and ex
tensive stock of
STAPLE DRY HOODS,
BEADY HADE CLOTHING,
HATS Alp OAFS,
CALIFORNIA AND SALEM
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladies', liltMi' and Children's Bhoei.
liir We have, nlso, in connection with ""8
Ad the nbfjvc, ft very large and "ts)t
DiT extensive stock of choice "Via
Hfir Groceries, Hardware, "
& Qiiecnsware, "Ot
tST Glass- "C
ar ware, Cutlery, "OB
Ar Taints and Oils; nlso, &t
d-Vindow Glass, Nails, IrnnnSl
fcir and Steel, Cast and Steel -
tST 1'lows, Wooden and Willow ware. -ss
We arc readv to sell anvtbing In our line nt
the I.OWI.STCASII l'ltlCi:. l'enouswlnhlng
to buy good, will rind It greatly lo their ad
vantage to examine our stock before purchas
ing eUewhere, us we are determined not to be
undersold hy any home in Jackson cuunty.
Give una cull, nnd then Judcc lurvouricir
as to our capacity to rurniiu goods as above.
GLENN, DllUiM.Ai Co.
Jackssnvllle, March 2, 18C7. tf
Davis' Vegetable rnin Killer!
Taken Internally, cures
SUDDEN COLDS, COUGHS,
FEVER AND AGUE, DYSPEPSIA,
ASTHMA AND PHTIIISIO,
ACID STOMACH, HEADACHE,
Cunkcr lu the mouth & stomach,
SEA-SICKNESS, RICK HEADACHE,
CHAMP AXD PAIN IX THE STOMACH,
Cholera Xafaatun sic Cholera.
Applied externally, cures
SCALDS, Ji VlttfS,
CHILBLAINS, SPRAINS, I1RU1SES,
Bolls, Old Sores, KiBgworais,
NEURALGIA IN THE FACE,
PAIN IN THE SIDE,
PAIN IN THE SACK AND LOINS,
Neurnlglo or Rheumatic Pains In the Joints or
STINGS OF INSECT8,
And the biles or poisonous Insects and vene
, mons reptiles.
A CARD FOR TKE
SPRING & SUMMER
OP 3AN FRANCISCO.
Hoi. 411, 413 and 415 Battery St.,
Cor. MeMkmit, Kan VraiittMo,
Entire New and Frcs Stock.
Wc would call the attention or Country
Merchant to our unusually largo stock of
Goods. Our stock comprises every article In
"CLOTHING . FURNISHING LINK.
We have constantly on hand tho largest and
ercntot variety tT
K OASSIMKRE -AND WOOL HATS
of any house in San I'rnnolsco. nud our prices
for these goods nro less than those of any house,
as we receive them direct from the manufactur
er's conilfiinnjnt. Our stock
SPRING SUMMER GOODS
Is particularly attractive, nud tho great reaturo
to the country morchanU Is the uuusually low
than tho coit of Importation 1
Wo nlso keep the
In the Dry Goods lino, which Goods wo have pur
chased In this market under the hammer, and ure
offering them nt New Vork cost, nnd less.
Wo publish this card In order that we may
make new acquaintances, and induce tboe who
have not heretofore purchased or us to ell and
examine our stock.
Good Articles V Low Prices
Are the great Induccmemcnts wc offer 10 all who
purchase to sell again. Merchants who buy ol
us can make a good profit, and sell to their
customers nt a low figure. Wc rcrauln, re
Yonr obedient servants.
IIADGER A- LlNDKNliEUOER,
Wholesale Clothing nnd lint Warehouse
No. 411, 413 nnd 416 llattcry street.
Han Francisco. Oct. 28, 'f!5. mil
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,
Odd Fellow's Hall,
Travelers and resident boarders will One
BEDS AND BEDDXZfO
Placed In first class order, and In every
Way superior to any in this section, and
surpassed by ouy in the State.
IIER ROODS ARE NEWLY FURNISHED,
And a plentiful supply or the best or every
thing tho market afford will be ob
No troubled will be spared lo deserve thfpat
rnnnpo nr tho travvliuj ns Hell as the perma
Jacksonville, March 31, 16CR,
Ahead of all others is the
mm nRSTontn and iiahi dresse
Uolh comblnril In on.
Tmtt Doetlur.lmwtVr flnt
Nont cn do whit tbU liMUdnt;
Try It nd lwji lit p It prMnl
"D lb. ilarlka Wuklrglim."
Twtnljr ttiouund btfuli rtmlnd u
Wlial a nolla It.l ll't ftood,
UIIIIoiii nioir ilmll rum. UlilnJ iu
W llli Ittlr IrttiM all rtutwnl.
Will keep the balr sort and glossy,
chsngs gray hnlr to Its original color,
prevent the balr from falling out or get
ting thin, make old heads look young, and
do all that can be reasonably cjpected of
a genuine, first-rale Hair Restorer. All
who have used It pronounce It superior
to everything of the kind, and being a
perfect Hair Dresser as well as a pcrfeot
Hair Restorer, It Is an acquisition to ev
ery toilet. Rcdlngton & Co., Wholesale
Agents, San Francisco.
If faithfully used nccordlwr to .lirtlnn. .m
cure every case or Diabetes, nnd greatly mill
gate the troublesome eilects caused by rein,
alion ol the outlet of ih l.l., i. ':"."..
Mr iiremedJ u,!J?ve, nnd'other diseases
of the Kidneys and Bladder, nnd for female dig
'"?' "ufquaiiea. Tho CATHOLICON
unirormlly cures Prolapsus, Uteri, Whiles, all
IrreKu arlt les of th M,r,.i.i- .i...J. o...lc:i ""
.on Incontlnenceof Ulno ''fd
slcul bwellings, nnd nil diseases of Pregnane?,
ubSfiXFt "linii, restoring them to
ss healthy a, late no those ol childhood and
LOVE & BUGEB,
California Street (between Oregon
nnd Third), Jacksonville.
DEALERS AND WORKERS N
TIN, SHEET-IRON COPPER,
LEAD AND BRASS,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND AN iu
sortmentor thu best Tin Sheet-lroiaSi
Copper wore Brass Pipes. Ilydraullc NohIm
Force Pumps, Chains. Lead ripe, i0 "
HARDWARE, CUTLERY ; nAils OF
Bar, Plate nnd assorted Iron ::
Paints, Oils, Hlr.cs nnd Glass:
All qualities or Powder
Shot of nil iminbor 1
Brushes or every variety, etc, etc
Wooden and Willow Wnroj
Ropo Brns und Iron Wire;
Blacksmith, Carpenter and Miner's tool of
Cast-Iron and Steel Plows;
Soil-sharpening Peed Cullers;
Cauldrons nnd lion Wash Kettles;
Cultivators. Wheelbarrows, etc.
Always on hand, n lnrgc lot or Parlor. Coot
liif. Onico and Cabin Stoves, of nmortcd iliei
plain and fancy, conlmctcd on Inteit fuckiv
Ing plans. Boilers, Kettljs, Pots, Pans, and ev
erything counccted with thcoc stoves, warranty
duriihl-i and perfect.
All articles sold by them or manttfacttirtd
WARRANTED. Their work Is mode of tba
best material und of choicest patterns.
juOrdcrs attended to with dispatch, and ll.
cd nccordliiR to directions. They are deter
mined to sell at low riucKH ron cam.
Cull and examine their stock before purchas
ing elsewhere. Sept. 14, 186C.
Agents for Ilnlllday & Co'i Wire Hops.
AGKNTS for KNAPP, HURRELL 4C(T.
Importers of Farm ImpltaesiU
CLOCKS AND WATCHES
Next Door fo Sachs Bros.
JNIWIIKH has stocked bis new stop wllb
n largo nnd valuable ataorttucnt o. Utesl
tyh' anil patterns of
SPRING AND WEI0I1T
PEARL, EMERALD, CAMEO SETS
Together with a splendid lot of other
Ear-ltlnps, Finger Ring.
Lockets, Ruckles, Clasps,
Bracelets, Sleeve Ituttwi,
Also, complete sets of Incomparable
manufactured from the richest nnd most beautl'
fill sK.i'imeiis of (J old Hill and Fowler quartz.
In uddilion to tho ubove, may be found at
Ills store tlie Inst qualities of
TAIILK AND POCKET CUTLEP.T
And, In short, a general variety of
Mck-Nucks k Fancy Article,
All of which will be sold at low rsict
REPAIRINO.-Clocks. Welches sod Jew
elry repaired with promptness, and In tan
ner to gimruntrf satisfaction.
MAUFAOTURED to order, nny article of
Jewelry, wllb neutm-ss nnd dispatch.
B-JA- Cull nnd sec his new stock, at his new
store, nn Culifornla street, next door to Sscbs
Bros., Jacksonville, Oregon.
Jacksonville, Dec. 17, 16C2. If
i; Kin i;.iTi;i & co.,
499 Broadioay New York.
THESE PIANOS RECEIVED THE 1IIGII
est Award of Mcrltlattho World"! Fur,
over the best makers Irom Loudon. Paris. Ger
many, the cities of New York, Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Boston ; nlso tbe Gold MM si
the American Imlilutt, for FIVE SUCCESSIVE
YEARS I Our Pianos contain tbe French
Grand Action, Harp Pedal, Overstrung V-,
Full Iron Frame, nud all Modern Improvements.
Every Instrument irarranfJ fivt jwri. Mjje
under Ihe supervision of Mrt J. .
GKOVKSTEKN, who bos a practical ei
pcricuce of over thlrly-dvo years, and Is tM
maker of ovtr tlntn thotuand piano-fortu. Oar
facilities for manufacturing enable us to sell
theso Instruments from $100 to $200 chuff
than any llrst class piano.
September 29tb, 1860. Eept29-T-
Tbe undersigned would most respectfully csll
tbe attention of tbo public to bis new
LIVERY AND FEED ST.iif,
I have a fine stcck of BUGGIES and TEAMS
andexcellvut Buddie Horses, always on
band, ns well as n, good supply
And a living shwe of publlo patronoge solicit
ed. Try me I try roe I
8. PLYMALE, Vviti
JaeksonvllU, July , IPfi.T ffv
KKU1NOTON & CO., Agents
416 .nd 418, Front Bti'saffincUro.