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D istrict C ourt —S iskiyou C ounty , C al .
—lion. A. M. Rosborough, District Judge,
presiding. The following is the summary of
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1871
business transacted since our last issue :
Friday, Feb. 24th—The people vs. Wm.
THOMAS BOYCE, No. 30 (Second
Williams. Motion for new trial overruled,
floor,) Merchant's Exchange, California Street,
to which defendants’ counsel except, nnd
below Montgomery, is our duly authorized agent
enter a motion for arrest of judgment on the
for San Francisco.
verdict, on the ground that it does not sub
HUDSON & MEN'ET, are our duly author *tantially conform to requirements of sections
ized Agents in the Atlantic States. Office, 41 237 and 238 of the criminal prnctice net ot
Park Row, “Times” Building, New York.
California, in this: The iudictmeut does
not contain a statement of the nets constitu
ting the offence, or the particular circnm
stances of the act charged. The motion wus
i overruled, and defendant duly excepts.
The defendant was then addressed by the
Rar. F atrkr B laxchstt will hold divine ser Court, as follows :
Win. Williams—standup. An indictment
vices at the Catholic Church to-morrow, at the
was found against you, Wm. Williams, by
the Grand Jury of Siskiy >u County, on the
A n A ttemftxd f M vrder .—On Saturday w 13th day of May. 1870, charging you with
last, while Senator Fay was seated in the the crime of murder in killing John Todhun-
Bella Uuion Saloon reading a newspaper, I ter on or about the 8lh day of May, 1870, at
with his back to the door, V. S. Ralls en Cottonwood, in this county. Upon your be
tered and without a word drew b:s pistol. ing arraigned on said indictment you plead
Mr. Fuy happening to glance up caught sight not guilty. Upon this plea you was tried by
of the action, and springing to his feet had a jury of your countrymen, who rendered a
barely lime to draw his revolver and present vet diet of guilty of murder in tlje first degree
it, when Ralls fired, the parties being about against you. Have you any legal cause to
aix feet apert. Tne ball from II ills' pistol show why judgment should not now be pro.
glanced along the ramrod of Mr. Fay ’s pistol, nounced against you ?
struck the end of the plate of the trigger
No legal cause being shown, the Court ren
guard, driving the plate back and disabling dered the following judgment:
the weapon, the parties being so close to
It is ordered, adjudged and decreed by the
gather that the p »wder burnt Mr. Fay's Court, that you. Wm. Williams, sufler the
fingers and face. The ball split on the end punishment of death, and that the Sheriff of
of the pi ste, a part going through Mr. Fay's this county retain you in custody until such
coat, pocket book and striking the second time as shall be specified in a warrant signed
rib on the right side, inflicted a painful flesh by the Judge of this Court, nnd attested by
wound ; while the concussion of the blow on the Clerk, under the seal of this Court.
the pistol caused it to inflict painful wounds
It is further ordered, adjudge! and decreed,
on the hand* «nd fingers. Ralls immediately that the Sheriff of this (SLkiyou) c >un»y
upon firing retreated to the street, and fired cause this judgment to be executed at the
two more shots into the saloon at Mr. Fay, time specified in sail warrant, and that the
who was virtually disarmed, happily, how- said punishment of death be inflicted upon
ever, inflicting no other damage. A nv>re you by hanging you, \\ tn. M illiants, the
deliberate attempt at murder was never per defendant, by the neck, until you Lc dead.
petrated in this State. We understand the Such is the judgment of the Court.— ireka
proper steps have been taken to bring the Journal.
attempted murderer to justice.
A General eff >rt i.* being nude all over
Free Ad *ci fixing. From family t<> the United States, to raise funds to purchase
fain ly, from city to city, from Stite to State, food for the starving millions of devastated
the fame of D r . W alker ' s V egetable V ine France. Boston has already subscribed over
gar B itters as a specific for all derangements 871,000.
of the stomach, bowels and liver, is continu
South Carolina has a negro Lieutenant
ally extending. Every invalid wlm tries the
r, thr«e negro Congressmen, eleven
great re-dorutive, every individual who has
S ate Senator*, eighty negro Rep
ever witncxecd its effect*, becomes its sponta
msentatives and or.e negro Judge of the
neout adeertiser. I s voluntary missionaries Supreme Court.
nre innu ;erabl-?, and publie enthusiasm in
its favor spread* faster than a prairie fire.
T he W eather .—The past week wc have
bail fine spring showers and genial sunshine,
which is exerting a magic ii fluence on the
vegetation. The grain Sells are already
assuming a smiling appearance, anil thou
sand* of wiki florert nre peeping out yiul
kissing the light loving morning, nnd ill n
few week* more of swell weather, hill mid
d ilc will be bedecked iu that variegated
beauty that characterises the spring time ul
Wil El AM DAVIDSON,
Real Estate Dealer
Office, No. Gl Front Street,
N TIIE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon, for the County of Jackson, Jan
uary, 1871. (Sitting in Probate.)
Iu the matter of the Estate of Joshua II.
A \ -
T he telegram to the Herald and Bulletin
in referer.ee to the Fay Ralls affair whs iuex?
cusabiy false in several particulars. There
was no remark made by Ralls in reference to
seducing bis daughter. That was manufac
tured from whole cloth.
STAPLE DRY GOODS
Foa S treet C ommissioner .—R. S. Dunlap
announces himself in another column of to-
day’s issue as a candidate for the office ol
Street Commissioner. The Sargent is well
known and will make an energetic and use
T own E i .» ction .—The election of officers
for this town—Marshal, Recorder, Treasurer,
Street Commissioner and Trustees—occurs
next Tuesday. Judges of election, Messrs.
Fiddler, Hyde and Keumea; Clerks, Messrs.
Kahler and Huffier.
B ound O vxb .— Jamas D. Fuy and V. S.
Ralls were each bound over yesterday, before
James R. Wade, in the Bum of $2,000, to
keep the peace.
Io view of tbe atrocious calumnies put
aibat by interested persons, in regard to my
alleged connection with a woman lately in my
employ, I deem it proper to state that I deny
tbe charges alleged against me, and court a
thorough legal investigation of tbe affair. I
therefore ask a suspension of the public judge
ment on til tbe case receives the investig«tion
which I trust it will, have before the Courts :
.and M to tbe result of such investigation I
have no apprehensions.
J axks D. F at .
For a few cents you can buy
cf your Grocer or Druggist a
package of SEA MOSS FARINE
made from pure Irish Moss or
Carrageen, which will make L. HORNE, Proprietor,
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a like quantity of Puddings
Custards, Creams, Charlotte
It is located in the central part of Jacksonville ;
Russe, &c. It is the cheapest, stages
fr >tn the North and South leave regularly
frm the U. S. HOTEL,
healthiest and most delicious
The House has lately been re painted, and reno
food in the world. It makes a vated
; the rooms are newly f irnished, and well
splendid Dessert, and has no ventilated. The bedrooms are supplied with
SPRING BEDS, and every other convenience for
equal as a light and delicate the comforts of guests.
food for Invalids and Children.
BOARD AND LODGING
Notice of Final Settlement.
---------------- ■» «o»
The Pain King
The I’ain King
Notice of Final Settlement.
The Pain King
N THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon, for the County of Jackson, (sitting
in Probate) January 30th, 1871.
The Pain Kin
In the matter of the Estate of Aaron Cham
CURES SUDDEN COLDS
Notice of Final Settlement
Chapped Hands aud Face,
Sore Lips, Dryness of the Skin,
Cared at once by II EG EM AN’S CAMPHOR ICE
WITH GLYCERINE. It keeps tho hands »oft
in all weather. See that you get HEGEMAN’S.
Sold by all Druggists, only 25 cents. Manufac
tured only by H egbmax A Co., Chemists and
Druggists, New York.
January 7th, 1871.
French Writers Say
A Glorious Change!’.
Cm be had at reasonable rates, according to the
TIIE GREAT WORLD’S TOXIC,
Will be su pplicd with the best the market can af-
This wonderful vegetable re
storative is the sheet-anchor of
the feeble and debilitated. As a
tonic and cordial for the aged
and languid, it lias no equal
among stomachics. As a remedy
for the nervous weakness to
which women are especially sub
ject, it is superseding every other
stimulant. In all climates, tropi
cal, temperate, or frigid, it acts
as a specific in every species of
disorder which undermines the
bodily strength and breaks dow n
the animal spirits. For sale by
Can find at this House rooms especially arranged
j for their comfort nnd convenience, as well as every
attention and comfort usually found at a well kept
To Buy Goods
c KE A r» E R.
FISÏÏER. & BRG.’S
FANCY, STAPLE & DRYGOODS,
NEW STATE SALOON
Georgiana, infant issues of said marriage, and a]
suitable maintenance for the same, on tho ground
of creel und inhuman treatment, and personal in
dignities, rendering life burdensume ; or judg
ment will be taken in default thereof.
By order of lion. P. P. Prim, Judge of said
Court, this 24th February. 1871.
FAY A REA, PI Ts Att’ys.
Februaey 25th, 1871.
OF THE BEST QUALITY,
HE THIRSTY PUBLIC ARE INFORMED
_ that Pape A Sav age of tho “ New State Sa
loon ” will quench their thirst with the most choice
BEVERAGES to be found in Jacksonville for
•• one bit.’* Wo expect to lose money by it, but
times are hard, and wo cannot see pe >plc thirsty.
I’Al’E A SWAGE.
October 16th, 1869.
CHEAPEST IN THIS COUNTRY.
FISHER Ai BRO ’S,
(Corner California and Oregou Streets, )
May let, 1S69.
Boots & Shoes,
Corner of Stark and Front Streets,
IRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF ORE-
for the County of Jackson.
C Mary guu, McGrath
ZIEDER <C HOLTON, PROPRIETORS.
vs. George McGrnth.
To George McGrath, said Deft: You arc here
by summoned to be and appear in the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, for Jackson county,
on the first day of the term thereof, commencing
the 13th day of November. 1871. and answer thej
complaint in this cause filed, wherein the Pl'ffj
prays a dissolution of the bonds of matrimony, al-
Etc., Etc •>
■mony, and the care and custody of John and:
Absolute Divorces legally obtained in New
York, Indiana, Illinois, and other States, for per
sons from any State or country, legal everywhere ;
desertion, drunkenness, uon-support, etc., suffi
cient cause ; no publicity. No charge until di
vorce is obtained. Advice free.
Address, MOORE & RICHARDSON,
Counsellors at Law,
180 Broadway, New York City.
January 7th, 1871,
WEIGH 1,800 POUNDS,
R. F. Maury, Administrator of the above es
tate, having filed in said Court his final account,
nnd also praying for an ord'-r fixing the time for
hearing the same; th'-refore notice is hereby given
that said final account wiil be heard and deter
The Pain King
mined, in said Court, on Tuesday the 7th day of
March, 1S71, at which time all persons having
objections to said final account and settlement,
must then and there make the same.
The Pain King
By order of T. II. B. Shipley, Judge of said
CURES FROST BITT
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk.
Pain is supposed to be the lot of us poor mortals,
Jan. 31st, 1871.
The Pain King
as inevitable as death itself and liable nt any time
to come upon us. Therefore it is important that
remedial agents should be at hand to be used on
an emergency when the seminal principle lodged
The Pain King
in the system shall develop itself, and wc feel the
N TIIE COUNTY’ COURT OF THE STATE
excruciating agonies of pain, or the depressing in
of Oregon, for the County of Jackson. (Sit
fluence <>t disease. Such a remedial agent exist-
ting in Probate,) January 30th, 1871.
in the Pall» Killer, whose fume has made the cir
The Pain King
cuit of the globe. Amid the eternal ices of the In the matter of the Restate of Josiah
polar regions or beneath the intolerable and burn
ing sun of the tropics, its virtues are known and
appreciated. Under all latitudes, from the one
The Pain Kin¿
extreme to the other, suffering humanity has found tate, having filed in said Court his final account,
re’icf from m-ny of its ills by its use. The wide and also praying fur an order fixing the time lor
and broad area over which this medicine has spread, hearing the same ; therefore, notice is hereby given
attests its value and potency. From a small be- thnt sai l final account will bo heard and deter
As a Family Medicine, it stands unrivaled.
gining, the Pain Killer has pushed gradually along, mined in said Court on Tuesdny, 7th dnv of Mar:h,
A. D., 1S71, at which time all persons haviug ob Buy it, *ry it, and be convinced. For sale by nil
making its own highway, solely by its virtues.
Such unexampled success nnd popularity has jections to said final account and settlement, must dealers iu Patent Medicines.
W. L. COWAN, Proprietor.
brought others into the field, who have attempted, then and there make the same.
By order of T. II. B. Shipley, Judge of aaid
under similarity of name, to usurp the confidence
of the people and turn it to their own selfishness Court.
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk.
and dishonesty, but their efforts have proved fruit
less, while the Pain Killer is still growing in pub
jan. 21, 1871.
( k F. it OX TUB BVROrBAX ri.AX,)
THE WHITE PRINCE
LOW PRICES WILL WIN.
ilalleckq Dec cased.
Win. M. M ithe«, A 1 ninistrator of the above es-
the above address.
February 4th, 1871.
To Charles Sterne, Lewis Sterne, Maria Sterne,
i Was imported from France by the Darby Piaine
George Sterde, Sarah Sterne, und Arthur Sterne,
Importing Company of inion county, Ohio, in
heirs of the property und Estate of Joshua H.
I purchased him in November, and
Sterne, deceased, and all others interested therein :
shipped him, with
You, und each of you, are hereby notified thnt
Silas J. Day, Administrator “De Bonis Non ’ of
One Full Blood and two three-quarter
said Estate" has filed his petition praying for an
blood Percheron maree.
order of said Court ti sell the following described
real property belonging to said Estate, situated in
ally tnnt he is now receiving and opening a very
the town of Jacksonville, Anckson county, Oregon,
byrail to Chico, Cal. lie is a light, dapple gray, 5
to-wit : A home and lot, situated on Third Street, large aud extensive stock of
years old the coming Spring ; weighed when ship
near the corner of Elm Street, said lot fronting
ped in Ohio, 1,680 lbs., at at maturity, in good
fifty (50) feet on Third Street, and running back
the same width one hundred feet (100), and known
as the Joshua 11. Sterne’s house and lot ; therefore,
notice is hereby given to the heirs at-law of said
Estate, that the prayer of said petition will be
heard and determined at the Clerk's office of said
Hus large, broad, fleet limbs, good disposition,
1 pleasing countenance, fine style, good action, and
county on Tuesday, the 7th day of March, A. D.,
' has never been bred to any extent.
1871, at 10 o’clock, a. tn., at which time and place
While in the East hunting for a horse to bring
the said heirs-at law above named, and all others
to this coast, I saw nineteen imported Pereheron
unknown, if itny there be, are hereby notified to
' horses, and I am satisfied The Wh'.tc Prince for
appear and sh >w cause, if any exist, why an order CALIFORNIA
of sale should not be made, as in the aforesaid
|>ri: HAVE ON HAND A LARGE ASSORT- FORM, SIZE, STYLE AND ACTIOM
petition prayed for.
CLOTHS V V went of
By urder of Hon. T. H. B. Shipley, Judge.
SILAS J. DAY. Clerk.
: Surpasses them all. In this selection I was as.
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
Jacksonville. Jen. 31.-t. 18<1.
listed by Mr. Jas. Fullington, ex-Prcsident Ohio
Agricultural Society, said to be as good a
judge of this stuck asany person in the United
(States He was one of the first importers, is fa
BJOTS AND SHOES,
lITere«»«, under the Act of the Legislative As
miliar with their endurance ,n France, and their
sembly of the State of Oregon, entitled “An Act
, breeding qualities in Ohio.
to protect litigants,” approved October 21, 1870,
Those who have read in the America« Agri-
the proprietor of the Eni/enc Cittf Guard has been
Boots a nd Shoes; Ladies’, Misses’
' culturin nnd other agricultural papers, know the
designated to publish the legal and judicial adver-l
and Childrens’ Shoes.
j world-wide reputation ot
tiseinents for the County of Lane ; tho proprietor
of the Pluiudealer, for the counties of Coos, Cur
Wi; have also in connection with the above & rcry
ry, Josephine, aud the proprietors of the D emo
Large and Extensive Stock of Choice
cratic T imes , for the county of Jackson : and
ll’Aere««, the said several proprietors of said
. I would here say, that well informed horsemen who
newspapers have filed with the County Clerk of I GROCERIES,
I were acquainted with this stock, said The White
said several counties, written stipulations, accept
■ Prince was as promising a young horse as they
ing the conditions of said act, together with
SE.GARS & TOBACCO, had ever seen imported. To those wBo are not
bonds approved as said law directs, with proper
posted as to their history, the
returns und notices thereof to this office according
nil of which will be sold very
to law :
Now, therefore, said several newspapers are
"PCIIEAP POR CASH'S^
hereby proclaimed to be appointed nnd confirmed
I’lca’c call, before purchasing elsewhere, nnd Tthcy hnvebc.cn kept as a distinct breed for mor«
a.« the medium through which all judicial and legal
advertisements, for said several counties respect
judge for yourself.
than a century, and undoubtedly trace to the Ara-
fully. shall be published for the period authorized
I d have several infusions of
by said law.
January 7th, 1C-71
Done at the city of Salem, this 21st day of
January, A. D. 1871.
THE NEW FOOD
L F. GROVER. Governor.
In the last century. It is that which gives them
their endurance, style, form and action.
“lie has not such a fine skin as the Arab, nor
Lis prettily rounded, oval, and small foot ; but
Window (,la$!>. Nails, Iron and
we must remember the fact that he lives under a
Steel, Cast and Steel l*iou*
ircuit court , state of ore ion ,
cold climate upon elevated plains, where nature
Wooden and Willow
/ for the county of Jackson.
gives him for a covering a thicker skin aud a
W are, Ktc., lite
warmer coat, and that lie ha* been for years step
A. B. Overbeck vs. G. Whitney.
ping upon moist, clayey soil.”
Action at Law Io recover Money,
TERMS $35 in U. S. gold coin, the season.
Good pasturage, with good fence, near here, at 50
To G. Whitney, said Deft : Y< u arc hereby
cts. per week. Everybody is invited to come and
summoned to be nnd appear in the Circuit Court
sector stock and judge for themselves.
of the State of Oregon, for the County of Jackson,
W. C. MYER.
on the first day of the November Term. A. D.,
Ashlnnd Mills, Ogn., January 25th. 1871.
1871, <>f said Circuit Court, and answer the com
plaint in this cause filed again t you. wherein
ju.lgmcnt is demanded against you for the sum of
seventy five dollars, wdh interest thereon Iromthe
1st dav of January. 1871. at the rate of 10 per
cent, per annum, lor medical services rendered and
tucdieiiie iiir»tished you by Pl'ff, or judgment will
Cur,'.er of California and Third Sit.,
lie taken against you in default thereof.
By order of H«n. P. P. Prim, Judge of sai l
C< mt, this Feb. 16tb, 1871.
FAY & RE 1, Pl'iTs Att’ys.
February 18th. 1871.
F»EGS LEAVE TO INFORM TIIE PUBLIC
that he has tho largest, best, und must com
modious Hotel in Southern Oregon.
|N THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
for Jackson County (Sitting
ai* CITY and E AST i g <>f Oregon,
_ in Pro-
irable localities, con- ' bate), Jauu.iry S ltii, 1871.
ACKS an I BL M K.'. j(1 j|,e nia»ii>r (,f |]|C instate of Stephen
these letters, has been forced by public sen
AGENTS of hi* OFFICE in all the CIT
time nt to leave his family and the town, just lES ami TOWNS in the 8TXTE. will receive
descriptions of FARM PROPERTY and forward
as these letters appeared here.
Il e samo to
-----IHE IMPORTED PERCHERON OR NOR-
man horse will be kept the coming season,
commencing February 1st, at my farm, near Ash
land, on the stage road, till April 1st. From and
after April 1st to July 1st—Tuesdays and Wednes
days—at the stable of Reames 4 Wilson, Jackson
ville ; Fridays and Saturdays at my farm.
Citation to Heirs
an 1 vain iblv un |
n ALL parts ot tli<: j fj,»,. h iviug file I in said Court his filial necottnf.
I an l praying lor an order fixing the time for he ir-
! ing the same: therefore, wtiec is hereby given
| that said fiiril account will be heard and detcr-
ot icr top' r v l,u' ' mined, in sai l Court, on Tuesday, the Sth day of
i” tvhr IT i I*
April A. D.. 1871. at which time all pcrs-.ii* having
! objections to sail final account and settlement,
" j must then nnd there make t .c same.
By order of f. H. B. Shipley, Judge of said
Tint lieraid publishes several grossly false
HOUSES and STORES LEASED. LOANS
SILAS J. PAY, Clerk.
Jan. 31st, 1871.
and scandalous letters in relation to the Fay NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF ALL DES
CRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. Am
Ralls troable. The infamous scoundrel, to a General FINANCIAL and AGENCY BUSI
whom public opinion pointe as the author of NESS transacted.
F ob T own M arshal .—James McDaniel
announces elsewhere in to-day’s issue that he
will be a candidate for the office of Town
Marshal <>n Tuesday next. Mr. McDaniel is
an upright and energetic young man, and we
have no hesitancy iu saying that if he is
elected he will make an efficient officer.
F oots C reek .— We learn from some of our
miners o i Foots creek, that toe water supply
is increasing and they have hopes for a short
run, and the miners of that regi >n are being
cheered up with the prospects of late rains ;
and if the rains continue this uud next month
< insiderable gold dust wid come to the sur
face and ircrease our circulating medium.
THE WHITE PRINCE
JAS. T. GLENN,
A LARGE HALL
Is attached to the Hotel, for Bails, Meeting!,
Shows, Xc., and can be had at reasonable termi.
The Hotel is furnished with a bar room where
the very best liquors and cigars may be found, at
prices to suit the times.
Jacksonville. Ogn.. Jan. 8th, 1871.
HOW TO KEEP
MONEY AT HOME,
131 Y the <V 00LLEN GOODS manufactured
ROGUE RIVER VALLEY
■ hih uiinmuit n
AV ho would respectfully announce to tho trade
and public generally, that they are now manufact
uring and have on hand for sale, a large assortment
of BLANKETS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, plain
TWILLED and CHECK FFANNELS, AC. *C.
of the best quality and at
Orden solicited. A liberal diieount made to th«
Ashland, May 1st, 1S69._______ ______
HE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY IN-
the citizens of Jacksonville and surround-
ing country, that he is now manufactnnag, aad
will constantly keep on head, the very beet ef
Lager Beer. Those who wish a cool glue of beet
should give me a call.
Jacksonville, June 12th, 1869.