The stockholders of the California and Columbia River Railroad met at Jacksonville Nov. 7th, 1863, and organized by electing directors and officers.COURTS.
A salt spring has been discovered on Evans Creek, by W. W. Brown, who intends to put up suitable works for the manufacture of salt.
CIRCUIT COURT.--First Judicial District, Hon. P. P. Prim, Judge; James F. Gazley, Esq., District Attorney. Sessions, second Monday in February, June, and November.
COUNTY COURT.--Sessions, first Monday in each month.
MEMBERS OF LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.SENATOR.--Hon. Jacob Wagner, Ashland, 1866.
REPRESENTATIVES.--Hons. J. D. Haines, Jacksonville; S. D. Van Dyke, Eden; Lindsay Applegate, Ashland.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
FINANCES.--March, 1862, total debt, $15,724.68; receipts last fiscal year, $20,003.81; expenditures same period, $19,666.28; taxable property in 1863, $1,383,414FLOURING MILLS.
Steamboat City, Anderson & Glenn; Rogue River, Douthitt & Co.
JACKSONVILLE--COUNTY SEAT.--Postmaster, Samuel E. Haines; Agent W.F.&Co., C. C. Beekman; 240 miles south of Salem; 290 miles south of Portland. Population 1,000.
CORPORATION OF JACKSONVILLE.
Terms of office expire in March, 1864.
General Merchandise.--Jasper Kenblee.
ASHLAND.--Postmaster, Abel D. Helman; 18 miles southeast of Jacksonville.
General Merchandise.--Bradbury & Wade.
DARDANELLES.--Postmaster, Newman Fisher; 10 miles northwest of Jacksonville.
PHOENIX.--Postmaster, P. F. McManus; 8 miles southeast of Jacksonville. Population 100.
General Merchandise.--Daniel Lavenberg.
ROCK POINT.--Postmaster, J. B. White; 13 miles northwest of Jacksonville.
General Merchandise.--J. B. White.
COURTS.CIRCUIT COURT.--First Judicial District, Hon. P. P. Prim, Judge; James F. Gazley, Esq., District Attorney. Sessions, second Monday in April, and fourth Monday in October.
COUNTY COURT.--Sessions, first Monday in January, April, July, and September.
MEMBERS OF LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.SENATOR.--Hon. D. S. Holton, Kerbyville, 1864.
REPRESENTATIVE.--Hon. James D. Fay, Kerbyville.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
TOWNS.KERBYVILLE--COUNTY SEAT.--Postmaster, Madison B. Morris; 250 miles south of Salem; 300 miles south of Portland. Population 100.
Attorney.--R. B. Morford.
Clergyman.--L. Vanslike, M.E.
General Merchandise.--Kendall & Bolt, S. W. Sawyer.
ALTHOUSE.--Express agent, David Knight; 14 miles southeast of Kerbyville. Population 200.
General Merchandise.--Wm. M. Evans, O'Regan Bros.
LELAND.--Postmaster, James H. Twogood; 40 miles northeast of Kerbyville.
SLATE CREEK.--Post office; 16 miles northeast of Kerbyville.
WALDO.--Postmaster, A. B. McIlwain; express agent, Isaac Thompson; 12 miles south of Kerbyville. Population 150.
General Merchandise.--A. B. McIlwain, Work & Crandall, Logan & Thompson.
William H. Knight, ed., Hand-Book Almanac for the Pacific States 1864, H. H. Bancroft, San Francisco 1864, pages 329-332
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