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SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1871
THOMAS BOYCÉ, No. 30 (Second
■floor.) Merchant's Exchange, California Street,
below Montgomery, is our duly authorised agent
for San Francisco.
HUDSON & MF.NET , arc our duly author
ived Agents in the Atlantic States. Office, 41
Park Row, "Times” Building, New York.
J. M. BALTIMORE is onr duly authorized
agent for Portland, Oregon.
DANIEL GREEN is our authorized agent
for Josephine County.
Rsv. F ather B lanchett will hold divine ser
vice» at the Catholic Church to-morrow, at the
County Court Procesdings.
G lad to S rk I t .—Our enterprising towns
man, Maj. Glenn, is buying all the floor,1
REAGAN—In Josephine county, on Saturday
bacn, lard, and every product of the farm
May 6-h, 1871, of Chronic Bronchitis, Thus
which he can procure, and paying grand E. Reagan, aged 42 years, deceased had no rela
tives on this Coast, but tew men had more ui
cash for the same. We are glad to notice warmer friends, Indiuna papers please copy.
the change from the old style, when farmers
had to take "store goods” for their farm
products. We regard it as the introduction i
of a new era, which will entirely emancipate
the farmer from the store keeper nnd render
him a free mm instead ot a tribu'arv, and
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STAT)
of Oregon, for the County of Jackson.
we are glal to see Glenn take tho lead in the
Monroe, PUff, vs. Arthur M. Waddei, Deft
JAS. T. GLENN 9
Action at Law to Recover Money.
M iners vs . F armers ,—The County Clerk
To A rthl - r M. W addel . D f . f ’ t : In the nan
has been engaged tho entire week in taking of the State of Oregon you are required to appe
I in said Court, and answer the complaint of sa
th® depositions of witnesses, concerning cer plaintiff, filed ag .inst you, within ten days fro
tain lands on F ‘ots creek that farmers arc the tune of the service of this summons on von.
within said county, or it served on y
endeavoring to enter; the miners contesting served
within any oilier county in this State, then with
their claims and attempting to prove that the twenty days from the time of the service,or
lands in question are more valuable for min served on you out of tl e State of Oregon, then
is ordered by H»n. P. P. Prim, Judge .of sn
ing than for agricultural purposes. The Court, that publication be made for »ix weeks
c ntested claims are the old donation claim of the D emocratic T imes prior to the 2nd Monti
in Nov., A. D., 1871.
Jacob Gall, and the homestead claims of And you are notified that, if you fail to nnsw
James Murriy, Junies S. Horn and Joseph said complaint as above required, the plaintiff w
apply to the Court for the relief demanded therein
McElroy. Watson for miners, Ilanna for to-wit : for a judgment against you for the sum • 1
«604 09-100. and the costs and disbursements o
this action to he taxed.
S ickness A m « no C hildren .— During the I Done by order of P. P. Prim, Judge, made tlii?
13th day of April, 1871.
week a majority of the children of this Given under our hands this 13th day of April.
place h ive b-en afflicted, tn.ire or less s*. A. D., 1871.
KAHLER A WATSON,
verely, with what has been termed, without
Att'ys for Plaintiff,
regarding technicalities, the "distemper,
A H eavy M ining O peration .— A compa
ny of five gentlemen, consisting of L. Zigler,
Jas. McD mough, W. II. S. Hyde, J. E. Rosa
and Dan. Fisher, are preparing to turn Rogue
river, this summer. A favorable point has
been selected just above Big Bar and north of
G »Id Hill. A substantial dam will be thrown
across the river, the entire volume of water
turned into a new channel, and the natural
bed of the river dried, which, from previous
prospects made, is supposed to be very rich.
Operations will be begun immediately, and
the work completed early, s» that as much
ground as possible may be worked before the
fall rains set in. The enterprise will incur
•considerable ri.'k and expense ; but the par
ities are energetic and well “heeled,’’ so that
if the gravel “pans out” worth a cent, no
failure will be reported. We wish the en
terprise unlimited success.
HE IMPORTED PEPXIIERON OR NOR-
tnnn b<>rse will be kept the coming season,
'commencing February 1st. at my farm, near Ash
land, on the stage road, till April 1st. Fr< m and
after April 1st to July 1st—Tuesdays and Wednes
days—at the stable ot Reauies A Wilson, Jackson
ville ; Fridays and Saturdays at my fuim.
THE WHITE PRIKCZ
Was imported from France by tho Darby P ains
importing Company of Union county, Ohio, in
July la.»t. I purchased him in November, and
shipped him, with
Fcr a few cents you can buy
Full Blood and two three-quarter
cf your Grocer or Eruggist a One
blood Percher>u maree,
11IIE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURf
1 in notifying his friends and the public gene package cf SEA II0S3 FARINE
ly tnat he is now receiving and opening a ver
byrail to Chico, Cal. He is alight, dapple gray, 5
rge and extensive stock of
made from pure Irish Moss or years
old the coming Spting; weijjbed when ship
ped in Ohio, 1,680 lbs., at at maturity, in good
Carrageen, which will make condition, wi.l
STAPLE DRY GOODS sixteen quarts cf I lane Mange,
and a like qnanti! y cf Puddings I WEIGH 1,800 POUNDS,
READY-MADE CLOTHIKG. /
Has large, broad, fleet limbs, good disposition,
Custard3, Creams, Charlotte | pleasing
countenance, fine style, good action, and
Busse, &c. It i3 the cheapest, has never been hred to any extent.
While in the East hunting for a horse to bring
healthiest and most delicious to this coast, I saw nineteen imported Percberon
CALIFORNIA AND SALEIY food in the world. It makes a horses, and 1 am satisfied The Wh.te Prince fo
A nniversary ¡S uiter .—The Independent
Order ui Rid Men wi,l give a supt-er at Vei
Sim z Hill, on Friday, 26:h inst., ut 8
o'clock p. m . It is expected that alter sup I
per, toasts and speeches, there will be dancing,
should the guests feel inclined to enj y them-
selvts in that way. Tiiesupper will be given
for the purpose of celebrating the anniversary
uf the establishment uf the Order at this
splendid Dessert, and has no F0HM, SIZE, STYLE AND ACTION
equal as a light and delicate
food for Invalids and Children.
A Glorious Change!’.
Boots and Shoes; Ladies’, Misses’
and Childrens’ Shoes.
'Vt; have also in connection with the nhore a ver'
Large and Extensive Stock of Choice
May 16. 1871. A special meeting uf the
B >ard was held this evening. Present,
President Wilson, , Zigler, Bilger; absent,
II »ward, Fisher, The minute-» of previous
meeting were read and approved. In the
regular ord-r of business the reports of the
various committees were ciiled f >r, but no
report was submitted. The report uf the
committee on improving and opening Third
Street, was specially called lor; but Oie
member of the committee was present, who
stated that they had not prepared their re
port, and further time was allowed. Senti
nel offi -e bill, $11, presented at last meeting,
was ordered paid. Street Commissioner
Dunlap presented bill, 87 50, for removing
loose rock (stone) from the streets, as order
ed. Objections were made to allowing the
bill, as the work was not finished as orderd.
Thereupon it was ordered that the Street
Commissioner fir>t complete the job and then
report the expense. Complaint being made
that many of the gutters at the street cross
ings were an obstruction to travel, the Street
Commissioner was ordered to make the nec
essary improvements of the same, by grading
or filling up as the case may require
Adjourned to the 26th ins’ant.
May Term, 1871—T. II B. Shipley Judge;
Sila« J. Day, Clerk ; Thomas Wright and
John S. Herrin, Cmnin’s-ioners.
The numerous claims allowed, aggregated
M. Hanley, Thos. F. Beall and James
begins with a cold, cough and hoarseness,
“McD >n <>ugh appointed viewers, and Milton
and terminates in croup or something NAe
Lindley surveyor, to locate new eounty road,
lung fever, So far, owing to prompt atten j
U, S. L and O ffice . R oseburg , ]
be/ining at the 15-mile post on the Jackson
lion, there has been no fatality, Remember, |
O gn , April 3d, 1870. )
ville and Butte creek road, and terminating
that timely appli'ation of (even simple): COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED
at a point on the county road near the resi
at this Office by David Keenan and J. W
remedies may prevent a lingering illness, ]
Mi ler, against James Brown for abandoning hi-
dence oi Peter Simons.
Homestead Entry, No. 825, dated May 27, 1868
The viewers and surveyor appointed to
upon the Lot No. t’>. Section 18, Township 38 S
H eld to A nswer .—A quarrel arose, la-t Itnngc 1 IV. in Jackson County. Ogn., with a view
locate a new county road, cimmenciug near
the cancel.ation of said entry : the said parti«-?
the residence of Granville Sears, on the road Sunday between Wm. Hamlin and John to
are hereby sutum-.n'd to appear at this Office on
leading from Jacksonville to Willow Springs, Griffin, in which Griffin drew a knife and the 20th day of May, 1871, nt 1 o’clock P. M., t<
respond and furnish testimony concerning said al
and terminating at the S. E. corner of tho made several unsuc -essful attempts—in H leged
Angel Donation claim, on the Valley road, rujm*»grfight—to cut Il.nnlin. Griffin was
IV m . R. W illis , Register.
B inger H kkman , Receiver
made their report, and the ruad was estab Trffestid, and had an examination on Tues
inri' "’M. KT1.
day before Justice Wade—II. K. Ilanna for
lished and ordered opened.
The viewers and surveyor appointed to the prosecution, D. B. R a fr the defense.
locate new county road, begining at a point Griffin was held to answer at the next iertn of
on Poor Man’s creek and terminating at tho Circu.t Court, and gave bail lor his appear- O ffice of Bo\nn of C ommissioners for
THE FALK OF SCHOOL LANDS AND
upper mines on left hand fork of Forest creek, uoce in the sum ot $250.
Management of Common School
made their report, and the ruad was estab
F ruits , V egetables & c .—The contin yyOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT FROM
XN and after th s date, nil Applications for State,
lished and ordered opened.
uanee uf rain and cu d weather Su Lite n3 the I School anil University L inds, must be accomp mied
Cuthbert Hetherington, hiving mide oath
20cli of May, Ims tn .de the gardens erres- with one-third cash payment ; and all Applications
as to his indigency, was received as a county
I fur above described Lands now on file in this office,
pondii g!v late.
Vegetables are several inu-t be made good by one-third pa uient within
weeks behind time. As late as last week a ¡sixty days from date, else they will be null and
The old bridge at the crossing of Little
Dy order of the Board,
freeze occurred in many parts uf the valley,
T. H. CANN, Clerk for the Board.
Butte creek, near James Miller’s place, was
destroying all kinds uf v -getubles nut tuugh
Salem, Oregon, April 15th, Y871. anr29-30d.
declared unsafe, and material fur a new
enough to resist "Jack Frost.” A great den
ot fruit will fall off; but this will prove im
Adjourned to 1st Monday in June.
calamity as the trees all have a superabun
Proceedings of the Board of Trustees. dance uf ft ui t.
[R eported for the T imes .]
Window Glass, Nails. Iron and
Steel. Cast and Steel Plows
Wooden and Willow
It are, Etc., lite.
I am now ready to sell anything in my line at th'
lowest cash price. Persons wishing t > buy good-
will find it greatly to their advantage to examine
our stock before purchasing elsewhere, ns I aui
determined not to be undersold by any house in
’Tif-Givc me a call, and then judge for your
self as tu our capacity to furnish goods as above.
JAS. T. GLENN.
THE GREAT WORLD’S TONIC.
Surpasses them all. Tn this selection 1 was as.
sifted by Mr. Jas. Fullington, ex-Presi'lent Ohio
State Agricultural Society, said to i-e as good a
judge of this ftock asany person in the United
States. He was one ot the first importers, is fa
miliar with their endurance .n France, aud their
breeding qualities in Ohio.
Those who have read in the American Agri-
cuhnr>ct and other agricultural papers, kuow the
world-wide reputation oi
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 has 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
bodih’ strength and breaks down
the animal spirits. For sale by
To Buy Goods
I would here sny, that well informed horsemen who
were acquainted with this stock, said Tbe White
Prince was as promising a young horse as they
had ever seen imported. T-» those wno are not
posted as to their hi.-tory, the
French Writers Say
Tthey hnvehcen kept ns a distinct breed for more
than aeentury, and undoubtedly trace tu the Ara*
bian, aud have several iufusious of
In the last century. It is that which gives them
their endurance, style, form and action.
"He has not such a fine skin as the Arab, nor
!.is prettily roundel, oval, and small foot; but
we must remember the fact that he lives under a
c<dd cliiunte upon elevated plums, where nature
gives him for a covering a thicker skin and a
warmer coat, and that he has been fur years step
ping upon moist, clayey soil.”
TEHM8 $.35 in U. S. gold coin, the season.
Good pasturage, with good fence, near here, at 50
cts. per week. Everybody is invited tu cme and
see my stuck and judge fur themselves.
W. C. MYER.
Ashland Mills, Ogn., January 25th, 1871.
Corner of California and Third St».,
FISHES & BRO.’S
L. HORNE, Proprietor,
Mar 6th, 1871.
M > st S trange .—There have been several
strange as wed us notable arrivals in town fin KKEN UP BY THE UNDERSIGNED, LIV-
recently ; but one, "a little stranger,-’ arrived k ing li>e miles south of Ashlund two cows, de
scribed as follows : One pale red cow, some white
at the Franco-American Hotel this week on the belly, marked smooth crop off the right car.
1’ue Muduai claims it ; uud the incredulous and sp'it in the left. Branded (M.) on ths left
The other a red, spotted cow, five or six
uiay have their doub s removed, us tu the jaw.
vea-s old, marked smooth crop off the left ear. un-
little innocent's maternity, by calling upon -ler half slope in the right, branded (W.) on the
the happy and obliging hostess. We cun [ right hip.
gratuLte the Fruncu-Americuu upon the Maren 17tb, 1871.
FANCY, STAPLE &D37 GOODS,
Boots & Shoes,
CURES SICK HEADACHE,
CHEAPEST IN THIS COUNTRY.
FISHER di BRO.’«,
(Corner California and Oregon Streets,)
The Pain King
The Pein King
The Pain King
Also a fine assortment of
that he has the largest, best, and must com-
tuudious Hotel iu Southern Oregon.
It is located in the central part of Jacksonville ;
stages from the North and South leave regularly
fr.m tho U. S. HOTEL.
The II<>use has lately been re painted, and reno
vated ; the rooms are newly furnished, and well
The bedrooms are supplied with
SP ING BEDS, and every other convenience for
tbe comforts of guests.
BOARD AND LODGING
Can be bad nt reasonable rates, according th the
May 1st. 1869.
NEW MEAT MARKET!
Will be supplied with the best tbe market ean af
Can find at this House rooms especially arranged
for tbeir comfort and convenience, as well as every
ittention and comfort usually found at a well kept
A LARGE HALL
rpiIILO GASMAN TAKES THIS METHOD
| of in'orm'ng bis friends, and the public gen- Ts attached to the Hotel, for Balls, Meetings,
•lully, that be has opened a Meat Market on Cali- Shows, Ac., and can be bad at reasonable terms.
■"rnia Street, opposite the United States llutel,
vhere may be found at all times the best of—
The Hotel is furnished with a bar room where
the very beat liquors and cigurs may be found, at
The Pain King
prices to suit the times.
(Fresh & Corned)
Jacksonville, Ogn., Jan. 8th, 1871.
The Pain King
CURES FROST BITES,
A R uck P oint I tem .—A Boot and Shoe
shop has lately bceu started ut Ruck Point,
by Uapt. M. Caton, au old resident of this
and other articles in our line too numerous to
cuuuty. A want lung felt by tbj nortb-wes mention.
MISSES A. F. and L. A. KENT.
tern portion of the valley is now supplied.
Jacksonville, March 25th, 1870.
The Captain is a skilllui “worker” in leather,
a ’’square” dealer, and will doubtless render
The Pain King
The Pain King
THE TABLE ROCK SiLOON.
HOW TO KEEP
MONEY AT HOME,
The Pain King
13uY the WOOLLEN GOODS manufactured
SAUSAGES, die., Ate.
Wintjen & Helms, Proprietors.
Call at J. Neuber’s
Jacksonvi’le, Ogn., April 15th, 1871.
Just from the Factory.
-ROGUE RIVER VALLEY—
U IIMCTIB C],
HE UNDERSIGN I) HAVING BEEN AP
Who would respectfully announce to the trade
poined Local Agent of tbe Board of School
Land Cuinmispioners. is now prepn-ed to teceiv«
rnd public generally, that they are now manufact
-pplications to purcha.-e S«-ho<d, University an< uring and have un hand for sale, a large assortment
State hind/. No applica'ion will be received un-
'«■ss a>*c' mpanied by one third payment of the pur 4 BLANKETS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, plain
TWILLED and CHECK FFANNELS, AC. AC.
Office in Court House—up stairs.
of the best quality and at
T. 11. B. SHIPLEY,
Local Agent f»r Jackson eounty.
Jacksonville, March 18 1871.
50 Points of Billiards for Brinks.
T hs G loriu I’ s F ourth ,—Tlie attention of
Notice to Cattle Raisers.
everybody is calkd to the advertisement of
CURES SUDDEN COLDS.
I ndian T roubles .—The report reaches us TRIMMINGS,
that Surveyor App.egate has been inoleated,
recently, in bis survey of the Klamath
c.'Uutry, by the Muduc Indians. Tuey eu.
lered his camp, demanded iLur and Lacuti,
flourished their weapons. made threats, and
told him “that was their country, and he
should not survey it.”
Have you been to see ’em ?
egs leave to inform the public
OF THE BEST QUALITY,
The Pain King
M ixed .—The arrival and departure of the
stages is among the m >st uncertain ut bu man
events. l’uey uiay arrive any hour in the
»HlllE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT
twenty.four, and they leave whenever it ft fully inform the Ladies of Jacksonville and
suits. The mails are set eml days behind, vicinity, that they have just arrived from San
Francisco with a well assorted stock of Millinery
and things are uiixtd generally. The change I nnd
Straw Goods, and will constantly keep on
from the old tu the SaCiamentu route is the [hand tho latest styles of H ats , B onnets , H ats
an 1 B onnet S hapes .
attributed cause of the cuulusiun.
English Ale and Porter,
The Ruin King
A R are C aulifluwer .—Mrs. Jno. Wise
The Pain King
presented us, through her husband, it large
cauliflower, weighing 4 pounds, which, win,
CURES STINGS OF INSECTS.
many more ut the aume surt, was planted auu Oregon St., next to Odd Fellows’ Building,
raised bv her own hands, in a garden timi
Q uartz C rushing .—Steam was raised at is a model ot neutness. Mr. Wise made a
As a Family Medicine, it stands unrivaled.
essrs , wintjen a helms beg to Buy it, »ry’it, and be c uvinced. For s-ie by al
the Occidental Quartz Mills—now under the wise cbo.ce when he went tu the Fatberlauu
inform their friends and the pub ic generally dealers in Patent Medicines.
management of Mr. Sum. Bowden— on last lor a helpmeet.
that they have thoroughly refitted their saloon,
W. L. COWAN, Proprietor.
and reduced the price of liquors to
Jan. 14 tf.
Monday morning, and crushing commenced.
B utte C reek B ridge .—According tu
Mr. Bowden has about 300 tons of rock at
Cuuuty Court orders, a new bridge is to bi
•the mill; and to crush thia amount will re
built across Little Butte creek, which is tu
.quire a three weeks run, day and night. The
They will be happy to have their friends "call
be covered. We like the p[an. Ia tbi* and smile.”
«quarts now being crushed is not selected,
country, an opeo bridge (hat would last tei
and quite inferior to other quartz the lead
years, would, il protected by a Covering, lust
nd see his fine stuck of new
affords, but is expected to yield in the “clean twenty.
Goo-la direct from the manufacturer*
up” a satisfactory profit.
a tine lot o
together with the finest brands of liquors and ci
O h , B y tub W ay .—Mr. Cowan of the gars always on band.
O o "w 1 sa. s Maotilnos
iMPROwxxBMTfl.—Mr. J. Nunan, who re
Prices trom $20 to $110, cush.
City Drug Store received this week, via Red
cently bouglvt Mr. Ed. Smith’s dwelling
Bluffs, ao extensive stock of drugs, station* April 1st. 1870.
A New Lot of
bouse, oa Fourth street, has greatly im*
ery. Sea Musa Purine, notiuus, Ac., Ac.
AMERICAN LEVER HATCI1I8
proved the appearance of the place by repairs
and additions. Mr. Smith hse purchased
the lot on Caiifami* street, opposite C. C.
Beekman’s place, and is proceeding to erect
.thereon a substantial dwelling.
(THE WHITE PRINCE.
THE NEW FOOD.
Orders solicited. A liberal discount made to the
Ashland, May 1st, 1869.
(KEPT OX THE EUROPEAN PLAN,)
Corner of Stark aud Frout Streets,
He is agent for the best Rifles and Pistols made, PORTIiAND, - - -
among which is the
ZIEBEll A HOLTON, PROPRIETORS.
HENR.Y T=L 1 DE’ I js in.
Veit Shuts, who makes proclamation that he
R C T. PAYNE, LIVING 1J MILES
will give • grand ball, at his Hall, on Tues
east of Phoenix* offers tho services of a thur Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load
C losed .—Th« third quarter of Prof. Robb*« day evening, July 4lh. ■
ougn-bred Devonshire Bull to the public, at $5 a
season. The animal is a deep red five-years-old,
eehool, Distriet No. 1. doeed yesterday.
AU kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and
lanks of all description
R xsigmxd .—We understand that General weighing 1,624 pounds.
There will be ao vacation—the fourth quar
Repairing done to order at half pries.
C. T. PAYNE.
printed with neatness and dispatch at thia of
White has resigned his oommiesioo.
Jacksonville, May 13, 1865.
ter commencing next Monday.
iie above reward will b
by me, as A vent of the Wong Coin ¡any, for
he recovery of GUI L1M, a Chinee, who disap-
•eared from Pour Man’s creek, in this county, on
he 10th inst., if found in sixty days alive—i
lead, 1400. Was last seen when starting from
Poor Man’s creek for App'ogate. And a proper»
¡mate amount for reliable intelligence of said Gui
AH TOY. Agt. of the Wong Co.
April 28th, 1871.