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R ed M an ’ s B ale .—The Anniversary of
TH3 H5W FOOD.
St. Tatutnunv wits celebra’ed nt tl.c I . S.
t ej; «J. I
Hotel last evening by the laipr-.>vcd Ordei
rqiHE IMPORTED I’EIICHERON OR N0R-
SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1871.
of R d M?;i. The '.»ill was a’gr.mj success,
man horse will l e kept the coming «-»son,
commencin«z February 1st. at my farm, near Ash
and the most brilliant nliair of the kim
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATU
land, on the stage road, till April 1st. From and
THOMAS BOYCE, No. 30 (Second
given at this place f>r many years past
of Oregon, for the County of .Jacks«in.
after April 1st to July 1st—Tuesdays nnd Wednes
floor.) Merchant's Exchange, California Street, I
days—at. the stable ot Rvalues <t Wilson, Jackson
John Monroe, Pl’ff, vs. Arthur M. Waddel, Deft.
below Montgomery, is our duly authorize 1 agent There were ab mt seventy tiekots suld on tli
ville ; Fridays and Saturdays at my farm.
oc -asion. Tha Ila i wa« dec «ra-ed in artisti
for Saa Francisco.
To A utiicii M. A’\ni«i t.. D i i ' t : In the name
atyla with devices un I omb'-.’ins ol the Orde
f th;- St ite of Oregon ;. >il are requir' d to appeal
HUDSON & MF.N'Er. are onr duly author
T it’ beauty and fa-lii «n <«! town and eountr
i sai l C.itirt. and inswer th: complaint ot said JACKSONVILLE, OIÏEGOI
ixe.l Agents in the Atlantic States. Office, 41
1 lintitT, liied tigiim-t y:i. within ten «lays from
Wi-.s imported fn m France by the Darby P.ains
allied Ill-tie tn the scene, and th«1 dine* wi
Park Row, “Times” Building, New York.
be t m.- I«f til'- service of this . utntnons on you. it
Importing Company of Union county, Ohio, in
kept tip ti’«» the wee h mrs of tho morning
urved within Mid county, nr if served en you
July Ia.-t. I purchased him in November, nud
J. M. BALTI MORI’, is our duly authorized M >st excellent music was dig !<«uised by th
rithin any other county in this State, then within
shipped him, with
agent for Portland, Oregon.
Yreka <’>:il!in Bind, an ! a splendid supp«-
aentv days from ths time of the service, or it
erve 1 on you ■ ut of tl e State of Oregon, then i
One Full Blend and two three-quarter
DANIEL GRt -H-7N is our authorized agent wa* fartiis’i «J by Mr. II me.
s ordered by II m. P. P. Prim.; Judge of sai l
blood Perdieran maree,
for Josephine County.
'oitrt. that publie-ition be tn do for rix wyel.s in
IuiHRANTS AtlRlVIN'l. — We l-’ trn fr it.
he I'i u h ’ k 11:c Tntr.s prior to the 2nd M il-lay
i iily tnnt he is now receiving and opening a verv
gentlemen through from the n >rt!i, that Lu g
n Nov.. A. D., 1<71.
lyraii to Chico, Cal. lie is alight, dapple gray, 5
large and extensive stock of
made from pure Irish. Hoss cr ¡years
oi l the coining Spring; weighed when ship-
numbers of emigrants are arriving from ti
! ped in Ohio, 1,680 lbs., at at maturity, in good
Carrageen, which will make condition, wi 1
«toamers, and are settlin'/ :n different pa-’
■ >f tho W.Hame'f >v i’l-«y. They are principl
sixteen quarts cf Llano Hange,
frmn lilim is mid Iowa. Tiioro are quite
and a like quantity cf Puddings
number arriving hoi » .frmn (’ililornia, an
P. Prim, Judge, made tiii
R ev . B. R. J «linson will preach in the Metho we im-t several pent’emen frmn the « ast liml
Custards, Creams, Charlotte Has large, broad, fleet limbs, good disposition,
dist Church, to-morrow, at 11 o’clock, a . m .
ing out for li me?, who seem well plea'
pleasing countenance, fine etvle, good action, and
Russe, &c. It is the cheapest, has never been bred to any extent.
llsv. F atiteu B i . asi - h tt will hohl divine ser with this section.
While in the East hunting for a horse to bring
vices at the Catholic Church to-morrow, at the
healthiest and most delicious to this coast, I saw nineteen imported Percherou
T he R aces —The publia will heir in m:n'
April 15th. ISTI.
AMFORNIA AND SALEIY food in the world. It makes a horses, and 1 am satisfied The White Trincc fu
that the races c me off the 2ñfh, 2 '»th and
B’OK N otice .— We have had la d unmi 27th i: st. There will lie n display <>f
splendid Dessert, and has no FORSE, SIZE, STYLE AND ACTION
fine stock. We have fro’t.T« here tbit
•our table, by tlu canvnssi g agent, a work en nnire with the j lekev inte.-e<r nnyw
equal as a light and delicate Surpasses them all. In this selection 1 was as.
on Sexual Science, by Prof. O. S. F >wler, of
i .'i-ted by Mr. Jas. Fullington, ex-Prcsidcnt Ohio
U, S. Lvxn OrFtcK. Rosi rutto. 1
Agricultural Society, said to i-e as good a
Now Yo k. one of tl.c tn st scientific phy»; >1-
Jacksonville Market Prices.
O gn . April .34, 1S70. i
¡ judge of this stock usany person in the United.
IIOOP Ss KI RTS,
gists of the time. It is^certaitily a m st Reported an 1 corre«-te<l we«‘klv for the Dr'io.-r, \ tic d (OMI’L *.INT HAVING BEEN ENTERED
: States He was one of the first importers, is fa
'I imi - s by Siudis Ri o-.. Whoi-ale on<< Ret:i il <b alev \7;d t*1’5 Office by David Keenan ar; I J. V«'.
miliar with their endurance .u France, and their
remarkable work on that sulij •ct. It is re-
Vii 1er, a -nihst James Brown f<«r a!«nn«l"ning hu
¡breeding qualities in Ohio.
píete with va'u.ib’.e m-titer to a’.i ; and we
louu.'^tead Eiltrv, N«. S2j, «lated May 27, 1S3S.
— AT so —
| Those who have read in the American Agri-
io «n ilio I. «t No. ti. Section 18, Township 3> S.
Boots and Shoe«; Ladies’. Misses’
TIIE GREAT WORLD’S TONIC, cnlturint and other agricultural papers, know the
-can see no itnpropr.ety in i Krodttc.ng it in:.»
(unge 1 V.’. in Jackson County, Ogn., with a view
and Childrens’ Shoes.
■ world-wide reputation of
families ; us it treats of the nn oral inter
> ta<; cancel iition of -aid entry : th" .- ii«l t
SUGARS — Crnskel A 7» th
■rei'V .- limn 'it'd to aplicar at this I'
relations of life: and givis wh «les me i; f r
IVr have nls«» in connection with the n^ire a ver;
8 F G ■’ len <
lm.il'day Ot May. 1>7L at 1 o'cluek P
ni iti.m up >n subjects that are of ittc.ilcinaLl '
Largo un i Extcn-ive Stock of Choice
:> I a id : «ir- i.-!; te«tiit'.on V c ti ■«•i tiing
inti rest to both sexes, which w • cor«. ! -r no C offe
This wonderful vegetable re I would here say, that well informed horsemen who
acquainted with this stock, said The White
intrusion upon genuine molesty. k is writ
storative is the sheet-anchor of were
was as promising a young horse as they
:: as — i
ten in plain, c mci»e and i-l.a-’e language.
the feeble and debilitated. As a had ever seen imported. To those who are not
posted as to their history, the
And we regtrd its the >rics as u-.iv : i:-.g t
tonic and cordial for the aged
tu e nn farther than fetching the tmporta
and languid, it has no equal
st attlon) knowing «-urselies. ( a ve
C am i
among stomachics. As a remedy
R:cn V» to
Tthey havebten kept ns a distinct breed for more
A n I ncrea - e in a U elet TI al F oiily .— > tir
for the nervous weakness to than
a century, and undoubtedly trace to tbo Ara
Orm of uur prom:tieut C<'lfjt'als came dowu S aler t ri s ï‘ tu
bian, and have sever»! infusions of
atreei with a smile of iudwelhtig sattsfac’i<.m Soo A V lb
ject, it is superseding every other
plaving ever bis mo<m f.iee, and his alm ii.d- Vi NEGA It ■ \ j :>
stimuiant. In al! climates, tropi-
age twitehing likea snapping turtle in egg »ea C t Ltr «R.« 1 M \ t « : i ::>
w t li mi t! i I e
G t:i:.'i an
caJ, temperate, or frigid, it acts Tn the Inst century. It is that which gives them
Sau—and in a half suppressel, submtssive
in every t jfecies of . their endurance, style, form and action.
tone ejteulatcd: ”Me Io >m in catche One
“He has not such a fine skin as the Arab, nor
a undermines the his prettily rounde l, oval, and small foot .- but
ieetie, leetle babee 1 isee nite—all same he
M indow Glass. Nalls, Iron and
Mecl. Cast and Steel Plows
usd breaks down we must remember the fact that he lives under a
leetle gal—me muciiee pL ud—ad satne liL e
cold climate upon elevated plains, where nature
Ootulcn and Millon
inellican man—tue f«-e! all fus a-e.
e by gives him for a covering a thicker skin and a
It are. Etc., Iltc.
warmer coat, and that he has been lor years step
turntd int«' a t «y ein p. pr eured a blubber
ping upon moist, clayey soil.”
tov, a buch of fire crackt rs an l weilt
TERMS $35 in U. S. gold coin, the season.
Good pasturage, with good fence, near here, at 50
ling back , in a wuy that w.is ’’quite
cts. per week. Everybody is invited to come and
ful to »ee ; us though he had pl.ive i a
see my stock and judge for themselves.
and Bill Nye'u nut .ci pati >n
W. C. MYER.
-—-".y v « v ^U m
Ashland Mills, Ogn., January 25th, 1871.
trumping Lis "Heathen Cbit.ee ’ was
» * N IO \ S
¡WE IGH 1,800 POUNDS,
French Writers Say
SPE OIAS NOTIC JES.
exchange»; part’.eUiai ly aS
the editorial qudl: wh >ss
vail nge ti.e respect ul tin
pre-eats quite a ne it and wmi
¡»earan :•*; and Li .s »air to
j «ornai 3 n a success >«n h - 1
the tale4t«d am
extend mi open ]
nop »lite” ~
Corner of California and Third St».,
. No. 6 «
— V« -/ •
The Pain King
CURES SICK HEADACHE,
>f Jacks .nville an f
arrived from San
with a well nss<>rte«i stock of Millinery
w Go is. ami will constantly keep on
hl! Till the inte't styles of H ats , B o . nnkt .«, H ats
an I B onxet SllAPris.
Also a fine assortment of
. T’ hx investigation of the Chinaman
L >i Shing, ( jii the ch vrg: of murder, before
Justice Wale, af.er a «'«tig at«d tedious trial
of eight d «y% was cuelude l on saiurdtiy
evening last, and resulted in binding the ae
cused over to answer before the Grand Jury. I
There wers over fur’v witnesses exam ned.
Tho c so created the greatest interest among
the Ciiiutunen of b «th companies.
N otice . —The firm of Linn
4 Hall bas disolved by mutual consent.
We call attention to Mr. Horne’s ad. for
sale of wagon and harness.
Tbe Pain King
The Pain King
(Ul ES DYSENTERY,
OF Till: BF.ST QUALI Y,
CIIF.APF.ST IN TliIX COUNTRY.
FISHER & BRO ’S,
(Corner California and Oregon Slreels,)
Msv 1st. I>ti’i.
ft: L i
Tbc Tain King
Will be supplied with tho best the market eaa af
Can find at this House rooms especially arranged
. tor their coinfort nnd convenience, as well as every
attention uud comfort usually found at a well kept
A LARGE HALL
CURES SUDDEN COLDS.
Pain is supposed to be the lot <>f us poor mortals,
ns inevitable as death itself an I liable nt any time
to come up««n us. Therefore it is important that
remedial agents should be at hand to Be used on
an emergency when th - seminal principle lodged
in th« sy.-tem shall develop itself, an I we feel the
excruciating agonies of pain, or the depressing in
fluence of disease. Sm h a remedial agent exis--
in the Pain Killer, wh «sefame has made the cir
Mr. Win. Brown pasted through town list cuit of the globe. Ami I the eternal ices of the
polar regions or beneath the intolerable and burn
week with a coneiderabla freight of salt from ing sun of the tropic,’, its virtues are known ami
hie works for Ashland. Hu informs us that appreciated. Under nil latitude«, from the one
he is running them to a higher capacity this extreme to the other, suffering humanity has found
re’ief t«««i.i in ny of its ¡¡is by its use. Tbe wide
season than he has before, nnd will be .,b!e and broad are;: over which this medicine has spread,
attests its value ami potency. From a small be-
to fill larger contracts than the past seasons.
gining, the Pain Killer has pushed gradually along,
Pr >f. Rudolph, the celebrated billiardht, making its own highway, so'ely by its virtues.
Such unexampled success and popularity bas
gave an entertainment here Wednesday even brought others into the field, who have nttetni«’e I.
ing last in the New State Saloon, which cor under similarity ol name, to usurp tho confidence
<«f the people ami turn it to their own selfi-hness
roborates all reports of hisskill in that sport. nnd dishonesty, but their efforts have proved fruit
less, while the Pain Killer is »till growing in pub
Wi learn that our miners in the different lic favor.
jan. 21, 1871.
camps are busily engaged in cleaning up,
and the yield of gold Just has been qui.e
good for the length of the season.
Absolute Divorces legally obtained in New
York. Indiana. Illinois, and other States, for per
Our farmers from all parts of the valley sons from any State or country, legal every where ;
report that the grain prospect was never bet desertion, drunkenness, non-support, etc., suffi
cient cause ; no publicity. No charge until di
ter, and the grass is everything that stock vorce is obtained. Advice free.
Address, MOORE k RICHARDSON.
men could wish.
Counsellors at Law,
180 Broadway, New York City.
C rescent C ity R oad O pex .— Several
January 7th. 1871.
iV >- u !
T ; J \\ N ;
teams started this week for freight. We
learn that most of the recent purchased goods
Lave been shipped there for this section.
Boots & Shoes,
The House has lately been re painted, nnd reno
; the rooms are newly furnished, and well
The bedrooms are supplied with
.■'7'’ INtr BEDS, and every other convenience for
the comforts of guests.
BOARD AND LODGING
Can bo had at rcasonablo rates, according to the
Etc., Etc., room
(IV.) on the The Pain King
but to infuse health uud Mgor tut'» t;«e ci.rr
vated and diseased system, is the high pur
p isv titn! sure effect ut 1’R. M ALKt
taui . e V inegau B itters .
stutulive creates no su'den lias L
incut, to be succeeded by ;ucrea»cd d>!
und ten ful l gl-mtn. It btuc»s the relax-u
nerves and imparts pennauciil tone and leg
ularity to the whole annual iiiatfliiucry. Dys
pepsin, liver complaints, physical | .'»tralton,
F ather B lanchett ' s S cik ol v ’ icnic .—The
Cath die Male Schoul in ida a picnic at the Dar’
danelles, on Rogue river, last Tuesday for the
special benefit of the scholars. 11 «licking,
playing, fishing, and enjiying the duinty re
past the good Father had prepared, was the
order of the day. Everything passed vff in
mirtuful glee 11 the little Loys.
FTEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
that he has tfio largest, best, and most coin-
i luodious Hotel in Southern Oregon.
It is located in the central part of Jacksonville ;
stages from the North and South leave regularly
!fr-iu the U. S. HOTEL.
2\’ot merely io tickle lhe pal.ite
diarrhoea and in fact nearly all complaints
that are not organic, yield to its opcratiuu.
Chapped Hands and Face,
Sore Lips, Dryness of the Skin.
The Pain King
F4TH1L0 GASMAN TAKES THIS METHOD
ot in'orin ng his friends, nnd the public gen r« attached to the Hotel, for Balls, Meeting»,
erally. tl.at lie h is opened a Meat Market on Cali ¡Show», Ac., and can be had at reasonable term».
fornia Street, opposite the I nite 1 States Hotel, I
where may be found at all times tire Lest of—
The Hotel is furnished with a bar room whera
¡the very best liquors and cigars may be found, at
¡prices to suit the times.
' (Fresh k Corned)
Jacksonville, Ogn., Jan. Sth, 1871.
CURES FROST BITES,
and other articles in our lino too numerous to
MI-SES A. F. nnd L. A. KENT.
Jacksonville, March 25th, 1870.
The Pain King
HOW TO KEEP
The Pain King
The Pain Kin
13uY the WOOLLEN GOODS manufactured
CURES TOOTH ACHE,
Wintjen à Halins, Proprietors.
The Pain King
Oregon St., next to Odd Fellows’ Building.
MONEY AT HOME,
JaeksonviTe, Ogn., April 15th, 1S71.
CURES STINGS OF INSECTS.
ROGUE RIVER VALLEY
11 ESSRS. WINTJEN A HELMS BEG TO
As a Family Medicine, it. stands unrivaled.
.V B inform their friends and the pub ic generally Buy it, »ry it, and be c .uvinccd. For sale by all
unit they h ive thoroughly refitted their saloon, dealers in Patent Medicines.
FpiIE UNDERSIGN! D HAVING BEEN AP-
and reduced the price of liquors to
W. L. COWAN, Proprietor.
I p<dned Local Agent of the Board of School
Jan. 14 tf.
Land Commissioners. ;s now prepared to teccive
applications to b’jrchase School, University and
State lands. 'Vo nppiica'ion will be received un
They will be happy to have their friend: "ca’l
less a.'c' ii'.puuicd l«y one-third payment of the pur
'«office in Court«Rouse—up stair«.
T. II. B. SHIPLEY,
Local Agent for Jackson county.
ND.SEE Ills Fl.NE .STOCK 0’2 NEW
Jacksonville, March IS 1871.
together with the finest brands of liquors and ci
Goo Is direct from the mu'.uifaeturers.
gars always on hand.
ile has h fine lot o
Call at J. Neuber’s
English Ale and Porter,
cO Points cf Billiards for Drinks.
April 1st, 1870.
Notice to Cattle Raisers.
SI o -w 1 xx s JVT. n c h. i u. o s
u, $nu, cash.
A New Lot. of
AMERICAN I. EVER W A T C H I S
Just from the Factory.
He '.s agent for the best Rifles and Pistols made,
among which is the
Y IT T F I j E
Cured at once by HEGEM AN’S CAMPHOR ICE
R C T. PAYNE, LIVING 1} MILES
HUH GLYCERINE. It keeps ibe hands <-oft
east of Phoenix’ offers the services of a thor Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load
in all weather. See that you get HEGEMAN’S. ough-bred Devonshire Bull to the public, at $3 a
Sold by all Druggists, only 25 cents. Manufac season. The animal is a deep red five-vears-old,
tured only by H eoemax i Co., Chemists and weighing 1,62-1 pounds.
All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and
Druggists, New York.
C. T. PAYNE.
Repairing done to order at half price.
January 7th, 1871.
Jacksonville, May 13, 1866.
nui «Mimmi ti
Who would respectfully announce to the 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. AC.
of the best quality and at
Orders solicited. A liberal discount made to tho
Ashland, May 1st, 1S69.
(KEPT OS Tin: EUROPEAN PLAN,)
Corner of Stark and Front Streets,
he above reward will be paid
by me, as Agent of the W<>ng Company, for
the recovery of GUI LIM, a Chinese, who disap
peared from Poor Man’s creek, in thin county, on
7AEBER d llOLTON, PROPRIETORS.
the 10th inst.. if found in sixty days alive— i
deed, ?IOO, Was last seen when starting from
Poor Man’s creek for Applegate. And a propor
tionate amount for reliable intelligence of aaid Gai
lanks of all description Lim’s whereabouts.
AH TOY. Agt. of the Wong Co.
printed with neatness and dispatch ut this of
April 28th, 1871.