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SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1871
THOMAS BOYCE. No. 30 (Second
floor.) Merchant’s Exchange, California Street,
below Montgomery, is eur duly authorized agent
for San Francisco.
MEN ET, are our duly author
lied Agents in the Atlantic States. Office, 41
Bark Row, “Times” Building, Now A’ork.
J. M. BALTIMORE is our duly authurized
ngent for Portland, Oregon.
DANIELGREEN is our authorized agent
for Josephine County.
«Proceedings of the Board of Trustees-
Temple .of Fashion
LOW PRICES WILL WIN.
on cell—Spoken by Miss Matilda Miller.
lx S earch < f L and .—The new comers
Overture—Dichter und Bauer—Quartette.
HIE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE
who still truss our borders in large numbers
in notifying his friends and the public gener
ally tnat he is now receiving nnd opening a very
'establish themselves iu our valley. Among large and extensive stock of
The Storm—Piano Solo—Miss C. Beach.
Literary and Musical
byrail to Chico, Cal. Ila is alight, dapple gray, 5
years old the coming Spring ; weighed when »hip
ped in Ohio, 1,680 lbs., at at maturity, in good
WEIGH 1,800 POUNDS,
Has large, broad, fleet limbs, good disposition,
pleasing countenance, fine style, good action, and
has never been bred to any extent.
While in the East bunting for a horse to bring
to this coast, I saw nineteen imported Percherou
horses, and £ aui satisfied The White P rine fo
FORM, SIZE, STYLE AND ACTION
! Surpasses them all. Tn this selection I was as.
ted by Mr. Jas. Fullington, ex-Presidcnt Ohio
ave received , as usual , the first I ' sis
Agricultural Society, said to be as good n
nnd best stock of .SPRING nnd SUMMER
to be found this side of San Fran-'J“'1?® °f Vi“ et°°k aSa?y„ PC«S°?
GOODS there is t---- ------------- ----------------------
States. Ho was one of the first importers, is fa
miliar with their endurance in France, and their
breeding qualities in Ohio.
Those who have read in tho American Agri-
i culturiet and other agricultural papers, know th.
« • ij
i world-wide reputation of
Boots and Shoes; Eadies’, Misses’
and Childrens’ Shoes.
W k have also in connection with the above a ver j
Large and Extensive Stock of Choice
rou Will Find
I would hero say, that well informed horsemen wh.
were acquainted with this stock, said The White
Prince was as promising a young horse as they
had ever seen imported. To thoso who are not
1 posted as to their history, the
French Writers Say
( Tthey Lavebcen kept ns a distinct breed for mori
■than a century, and undoubtedly trace to the Ara-
Ibian, and have several infusions of
1 Iu the Is.3t century. It is that which giv*3 them
tbeirendurance, style, form nnd action.
■ ‘ no has not such a fine skin as tho Arab, uor
his prettily roundel, oval, and small foot; but
we must remember the fact that ho lives under *
’ cold climate upon elevated plains, where nature
•gives him for «-'covering a thicker skin and a
warmer coat, and that he has been for years step-
I ping upon moist, clayey soil.’.’
TERMS $35 iu U. S. gold coin, tho season,
i Good pasturage, with good fence, near here, at 50
! cts. per week. Everybody is invited to conic and
see my stock and judge for themselves.
W. C. MYER.
A large «.-«-»riaient of FANCA l.QOD.o ; in
fuct. everything von want f.-vui a NEEDLE to a> Ashland Mills, Ogn., January 25th. 1871.
FINE SILK DRE'S.
of the Very Latest Styles.
Window (.lass, Nalls, Iron and
Steel, Cast and steel Plows
Wooden and Willow
W are. Etc., Etc.
I am now ready to .-ell anything in my line at the
lowest cash price. Persons wishing t> buy good
will find it greatly to their advantage to cxamini
our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as I am
•letermined not to be undersold by any house in
CT. S. HOTEH..
Corner of California and Third Sle.t
Y- u can suit yourself in STRAW and CASSI-
Mi.RE 11 MS, < lothing of ail Description. LIN
EN COATS, BOOTS an«! SHOES, and a general
¡i-.-.uitinent of Gouls’ Furnishing Guu«!s.
Wc call special att«-ntion t»> our extensive stock HJ EGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
• >1 l.a .i s. Mhses uu I i.'ialdren’i California Mu.le il t' that he has the largest, best, and most com
S11 ' > v $ .
modious Hotel in Southern Oregon.
L. HORNE, Proprietor,
All those (»0 )DS, ns well u® our large stock of
It is located in the central part of Jacksonville ;
Grocer esM,oi>aeeo and Liquors, will be sold at
ie.->-low y.iees for CAN’//. 111.1 to PHO UTT. stages from the North ani South leave regularly
fr m the U. S. HOTEL.
/'.I I7A G VISIO MEH 8.
A fter M r . L o An Indian from the
Vi ILLi/. M 5> A VlJkSOX,
Yamhill ifisnrva’i'>n. ha« arrived Imre armed
with a letter from
Lofollet. Indian Agent
at that jli'-“ command ng or. ry digger be-
1 nging to that Reservation to return forth
No. G 1 Front
with. ns their Linds are about to be allotted
A. M. !>. G.
to them, and if they don’t put in an appear-
n nee this summer tbey will be shipped to
A n Ainu. T ragedy and TERi:im,u R etri
some other reservation in Southeastern Ore
REAL ¡.STATE in this CITY and EAST
in th*- nvist ile-ira' lc localities, con-I
gon. We have not heard what success the
sitting <>f LOIS, HALF BLOCKS and BLOCKS,!
Sub Indian Agent has met with.
HOUSES and STORES ; also,
liberatclv cut the throat of a most estimable
P ersonal —We Lave met in town this young lady, M’?3 McD.inel, at Cherokee,1
IMPROVED FARMS, ani valuable un-
week Mr. W. J. Cooksie and J. B. McDaniel near Oroville, Cal., while she was returning
lucaUd in ALL I’arts of the
MATE tor SALL,
from Goose Lake Valley. They speak in en from n wedding party in cimp.wy with somei
couraging terms of that section. lhe grass friends. Tho peculiar atrocity of the deed)
REAL ESTATE and other Property pur-
is excellent and stock in fine condition, and excited the people of the vicinity to the 'cuase<l f°r Correspondents, in this CHY and
the STATES nnd TERRITORIES,
the having season is about commencing an i highest pitch, and they turned out en masse throughout
with great care and wn the most ADVANTA
large quantities will be put up this year. to hunt the murderer down. On the 5th GEOUS TERMS.
They report many immigrants this spring ¡list, be was captured while crossing Feather
HOUSES and STORES LEASED, LOANS
settling in the valley.
river at Bidwell Bar. and taken to the Louse NEGOTIATED,
nnd CLAIMS OF ’ ALL DES
CRIPTIONS PROMPTLY COLLECTED. And
I mprovements .—We notice that James
a General FINANCIAL and AGENCY BUSI-
Drum has enlarged his shop, and is giving
evidence of prosperity by “branching out. »> him three times and killing him instantly.
AGENTS of this OFFICE in all the CIT-
IIES and TOWNS in tho STATE. will receive
Messrs. Beekman nnd Fay are putting up a ,T. . ,
His bedy was taken to Cherokee Mat to Ins ■ <]c3criptions <>t FARM PROPERTY and forward
handsome fence between their residence«. cabin, which was torn down and it funeral ¡the s^tne to the above address,
February 4th, 1871.
A. Martin has also a nice fence. Ed. Smit!)
pyre built out of of it; the corpse of thcj
is putting up a comfortable dwelling opposite,
murderer was placed upon it and a can of
nnd the town generally is improving.
coal oil poured over all; the torch applied,
T hanks .— Last week we inadvertently nnd the body burnt to ashes amid the shout- i
omitted to express our obligations to the Edi ing and exultation of the excited populace.
tor of the Sentinel for the generous loan of a
A ssault and B attery .—We arc informed,
supply of paper ior that issue ; ours being on
the wav, but not at hand. lie will take the that Mr. Jos. Wells, of “salt and chicken
will for the deed, nnd we w ill now thank him pie” fame, committed a most brutal assault
and battery on Mr. John Murphy and wife
“nunc pro tunc.”
Time Tests the Merits of all Tilings
on Wednesday last. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy
P ersonal .—We noticed the jolly and fa arc an okl couple, residing near Ashland ;
J?a-F0R THIRTY YEARS 11«
miliar countenance of Capt. Barnes in town the old man is also crippled with the lheuma-
this week. The Cipt. has just returned tisin, which makes the outrage all the more'
Ferry Davis’ Pain 3£iller
from a somewhat lengthy stay in California
to see about his cattle, of which he has “lots
I Has been tested in every variety of climate, and
and cords” on Lost river.
A C orrection .—In the account given of by almost every nation known to Americans. It
is the almost constant companion and inestimable
the shooting of Taylor last week, wc stated friend of tho mis-ionary nnd the trace cr on sea
H eld to A nswer .—Jacob Neithammer
that Taylor’s band was amputated l y Dr. nnd land, and no one should travel on our L akes
was held to answer the charge of assault with
or R ivers without it.
It is a speedy nnu safe remedy for burn.’, scnldj«,
intent to kill, committed on S. I). Taylor, in
ours ; and in justice to the par cuts, bruises, wounds, und various otlior injuries,
the sum of $3,000. .Hanna for PFfT; Fay fur
as well ns f<>r dysentery, diarrhea and bowel com
ties we make the correction by stating that plaints generally, and is ndniirably suited for every
the hand was amputated by Dr. Danforth, race of men on the face of the globe.
Be sure you call for nnd get the genuine Pnin
C apt . Ben. Sachs, of the “Thumpagorian assisted by Dr. Davis.
Ki'ler, os many worthless nostrums nrc attempted
to be sold on the great reputation of this valuable
Brigade,” says the next meeting of the so
F or G oose L ake .—On yesterday, Messrs. medicine.
ciety will be secret, “as the boys makes too
XS“Directions nccompany each bottle.
much devilishtnents” if the meetings arc pul - W. A. Owen, Col. Ross, and Wm. Turner, Price 25 cts., 50 cts.. and $1.00 Per Bot
started lor Goose Lake with a view of look tle.
ing out locations in that vicinity. That re told by all medicine dealers.
S ettling U p .—Several of our citizens from gion of country is attracting general ntteu-,
the Link River Valley have been in town this tion.
Chapped Hands and Face,
week, making payments for State lands in
Sore Lips, Dryness of the Skin
I'm K alama B eacon . —We have received'
GO OD 9
STAPLE! DRY GOODS
T rial of D ouglass .—A private letter from
Grand Concert March—Quart0 t’-
City; Muy 29th, Btutes that lhe jury
Salutatory—And Hallowed Incense Walt» on
in the case of Douglass, charged with having'
Solo and Chorus.
i killed E. D. Holbrook, ex-De!ogate to Con
Ode on Education—Miss Lullie Horne.
gress from Idaho, had disagreed after two
Welcome this Joyous Eve.—Trio.
days’ deliberation, and were discharged.
Judith Viewing the Camp of Holofernes.
They stood seven fur conviction, five fjr ac
Seine and Air—Misses Ida Beach and L. Horne-
Tho Battle Prayer—Piano Solo—Miss C. Beach.
Wcnn die Schwalbcn Ilei—Song—by Misses L.
N ew S j D a F ountain .—Max Muller, the
Home and M. Miller—Guitar Accompaniment.
man of letters an I postage Stamps, has estab
Golden Youth, Galop de Concert—Duct.
lislied a soda fountain in the Dust Office. lit
Swiss Air, with Variations—Guitar Solo.— has our thanks fur several Lotties of the re
Misses Ida Beach, Lullie Horne, M. Miller.
Tho Bard of Erin—Declamation—Miss Ella
G one .—l’ev. M. A. Williams, in company
Beautiful Isle of the Sea—Song—Miss Ida with Rev. Dr. Liudslev, started on Monday
night last for Portland to attend a meeting
Personification—Faith, Religion, Prudence,
Hope, Peace, Justice, Charity, Meekness, Sinceri
P ape & S avage are preparing a comiorta-
loafers roost, iu the shape of a bench, on
Music on the Water—Piano Solo—MissC. Peach-
The Teacher and Pupil—A Singing lesson— 'the sidewalk opposite (heir sahxon.
Misses Ida Beach and Lullie Horne.
I T he B ig B ar C laim .—We learn that
Little Mary’s Gocd Morning—Declaration — Em
Zigler &. Co. feel much encouraged at the
What are the Wild Waves Saying—Instrumen prospect in their claim.
tal— Misses Ida Beach and Lullie Horne.
S tages .-—The stages north and south make
Come Where my Love lies Dreaming— Voeal
connections here daily, at about 7
Guitar Solo—Miss Lullie Horne.
Philosophy and the Sages—Es^nv by Miss Ida
G erman S uh <> l .—V»'e understand that
Mr. Kreutzer*!» class in German is pros
Violetta of Caraffa—Brilliant Variation«—Mi
The Goat Bell’s Song—Misses I. Beach and I.
UKors. —Our farmers exult in the prospect
.¡f cuurin< us crops of grain. They ure com
The Spani.-h Retreat—Guitar Solo—I. Beach. >
i mencing to cut hay.
Hear Me Norma-—A’«»cal I net- Sung by
G ood , Y ou B et Y ou !— Strawberries and
and Ella Gri- 1er.
gic-en p.’RS have made their appearance on
Distribution of Premiums.
V»’e Shall Meet mi that Beautiful Sli >rc l-’.ii‘
well Song ami Chorus.
Vulcdictory — Mis* l lri Bench.
Congratulatory Address to Miss Ida Bc.-icb fr in
1 i-r afTc.-iion :'e Seh n.ima'e—Deliver«-I l v Miss
Due Full Blood and two three-quarter
blood Percheron maree,
J3 ry _
lhe Dumber we were pleased to meet Mr.
: Wait, a brother of cx-C'hief Justice Wait,
1 who has just arrived from the East, and is
I mticli pleased with the climate and soil oi
THE WHITE PRINCE
Was imported from Franco by the Darby Plain*
Importing Company of Union county, Ohio, in
July last. I purchased him in November, and
shipped him, with
[R eported tor the T imes ]
Tuesday eve, June 6:h, 1871. An ad
journed meeting of the Board of Trustees was
l>el<i this evening. Present, Pres. AVilson,
Bilger, Fisher; absent, Howard, Zigler.
Tb1 rec nd of the previous meeting was read
and approved. The committee on the matter
of opening out Third Street and conferring
with Mr. Glenn on the same, reported in
full; and they were continued with instruc
tions to proeurc a survey lor the extension of
said street beyond the town limits, to inter
sect the Sterling road through the land of
Mr. Glenn, proffered by him to the town for
that purpose. The report previously made,
recommending certain improvements, of
Town Ilall and building, was called up and
read, and Fisher and Bilger, were appointed
special committee to get estimates of the
probable cost of the work, as proposed tn
that report. Tho proposed improvements
are. to enlarg“ the Ilall by removing the
partition back to the cells, (18 feet) remod
elling the front of building by putting in
largo windows and door to compare, using
lhe present front windows for side windows
to the II ill, finishing the room in good style,
by plastering, painting, &•?. Mr. Fehelv,
1 ite Street Commissioner, presented his road
account, claiming $334 to be due him for
real expense over road receipts; read and
referred to Finance Committee. Mr. Mc
Daniel, one of a finance committee to raise
funds for the celebration of the Fourth of
»he table fur some time b.ick.
July, asked leave to withdraw the petition
IM K T TUI KI).
nsfeiug the Board for a donation of S5J.
The B «ard refused to grant the leave iiskeil.
Mr. F sher i fl-Ttd a re-olution ta appropri
i»tc S25 > nt of the town treasury t>> aid in the
March lL:il t ohnehin
propose I celebratin i of the e“:nin</ Fourth of
Conferring Diploma and G -LI Mi in! on Mi s
July. The res »lution was vo ed on, Mr.
Bilger voting no; and tl.o resolution went lia Beach.
Queen Victoria’s Coronation March--Duet.
under the ruljs. Bud adjourned to June,
L ecture .—Rev. Dr. Lindsley, of Portland,
delivered a most learned and interestimg lec
ture on “Hearts and Hands’’ at the Metho
dist Church Monday evening last.
IIE IMPORTED PERCIIERON 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 A Wilson, Jackson
ville ; Fridays and Saturdays at my farm.
R kv . F ather B lanchett will hold divine ser
vices at the Catholic Church to-morrow, at the
R ev . Geu. Hughbanks will preach nt the M. E.
Church, to-morrow, at the usual hour.
HOW HIGH IS THAT ? THE WHITE PRINCE
JßS. T. GLENI),
T he S isters ’ E xhibition .—In another
place will be found the programme of the en
Exhibition—Saint Mary’s Acadcinj
suing exhibition of the pupils of the Sisters
' Academy in this town. The examination
At Mr. Horne’s Ilall, Jacksonville, Ore will commence at Horne’s Ilall, on 4V ednes
gon, Tnursday Evening, June 15th, 1871, play, the 14th inst., at 9 a. m.; a recess will
7 o’clock r. m .
he taken at noon and the exercises recom
menced at 1 p. m., continuing until the close
of the examination. Tho exhibition will
commence on Thursday eve., I5th inst., at 7 JACKSONVILLE, OREGON;
p. m. Judging by the performances < f the
Tears of Night—Piano Svlo—Miss Carrie Beach. can safely assure the public the enjoyment ci
Prologue—Mary Queen of Scots in her lone pris a rare, intellectual feast.
Ke sure and
•haw :i w ith Pleasure
BOARD ANO LODGING
Loots & Shoes,
Will be supplied with the best the market Can af
1 A Ml LI ES
Can find at this House rooms especially arranged
lor their comfort and convenience, as well as every
attention Hnd comfort usually found at a well kept
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
CHEAPEST IN THIS COUNTRY.
(Corner California and Dregoii Streets,-
J A C KSON VILLE, Oil EGON.
rglHILO GA-MAN TAKES THIS METHOD
| of informing his friends, and the public gen
erally, tl.at he has opened a Meat Market on Uali-
fori.ia Street, oppos.to the I nited States Betel,
where may be found nt all times the Le.-t of—
'rcsli <1 Corneil)
A LARGE HALL
Fcr a few cents you can buy
of your Grocer or Druggist a
package of SEA MOSS FARINE
made from pure Irish Moss or
Carrageen, which will make
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a like quantity of Puddings
Custards, Creams, Charlotte
Russe, &c. It is the cheapest,
healthiest and most delicious
food in the world. It makes a
splendid Dessert, and has no
equal as a light and delicate
food for Invalids and Children.
A Glorious Change!’.
THE GREAT WORLD’S TONIC.
Jacksonville, Ogn., .April 15th, 1871.
Call at J. Neuber’a
I Can be ha i at reasonable rates, according to tb.
The House has lately been re painted, and reno
vated ; the rooms arc newly furnished, and well
The bedrooms are supplied with
SP-'<JXG BEDS, and every other convenience for
tiic comforts of guests.
nd see his fine stock of new
Goods direct from the manufacturers.
He has a fine lot o
SJ o "W i n s, IVE a o 111 n o
Prices from $20 to $110, cash.
A New Lot of
A M E R I C A N I. E V E it WATCHES
Just from the Factory.
He is agent for the best Rifles and Pistols made,
among which is tho
ii enh y m f I j E.
the first number of this journal, published at C«red at once by 11IEGEMAN’S CAMPHOR ICI4 Which repeat» FIFTEEN TIMES with once load
WITH GLYCERINE. It keeps the hands soft
the new railroad city on the Columbia. It iu all weatber. See that you get llEGEMAN’S.
presents a neat typographical appearance,' Sold by all Druggists, only 25 cents. Manufac-
All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and
.ndUiM-hh induing „.4i„s
Repairing done to order at half prk ».
Jacksonville, May L", 1865.
Here S our
f January 7th, IR'l.
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
w hich 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 w hich undermines the
bodily strength and breaks down
the animal spirits. For sale by
T? attached to the Hotel, for Dalls, Meetings,
Shows, Ac., and can be had at reasonable terms.
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. Sth, 1S71.
HOW TO KEEP
MONEY AT HOME,
A tho WOOLLEN GOODS manufactured
—ROGUE RIVER VALLEY-
MI M1IBCTIMII} Cl.
Who would respectfully announce to the trade
and public generally, that they are now manufact
uring and have on hand for »ale, a large assortment
of BLANKETS, CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, plain
TWILLED and CHECK FFANNELS, AC. AC.
of the best quality and at
Order» solicited. A liberal discount mad. to th«
Ashland, May 1st, 1369.
he above reward will be paid
by me, as Agent of tho Wong Company, for
the recovery of GUI LIM, a Chinese, who dis*
peared from Poor Man’s creek, in this count”
the 10th inst., if found in sixty days e’
dead, $400. Was last seen when star1’ atvo—if
Poor Man’s creek for Applegate. A
tianato amount for reliable intollige
,ace of said Gur
AH TOT. Act
I April 2«th, 1871.
of »be Wong Co.