e . vtaon tmPmm-mimummummvmmn, i tmSAmjml. i PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1SG5. VOL. X. NO 22 I "isM TMHl She Sentinel. ';,-:.; jyrtD EVIX.V SATUltUY NOHXINO. B. F. POWELL, Proprietor. crMTRtrnov For One year. In ndvnnec. ST?1! "'. .M n-Ul.tti th first x Trtt ...ihi V. .l ..r.ilrnttn iBrBiwivn-0e smiarc (10 lines or bA first Insertion, Three Dollars; each Lucnt Insertion. One Dollar. A di- .kAdmlle Iff the year, .a- UfJ Tcc:n rcltf.) at enrrti.1 rti. i o O. F. Jacksonville Lodge 2U -&. lo hold' ,l8 ft,B" tr.!S2l,,,l,rmec,,n8.on cvi'.r sSntuntay cvci.inK ui lac Mn'onic Hail Mi. S., vFmTrkn.Scc-y. ' Trntcct. J. M. Sutton., V m. Roy and y.Mi Warm led-P No, 10, A. F. & A. M. a HOLD their regular eommunl JLcation the Wednesday Evening on or prtecdinir the full moon, In jack MiTiiu:, ".r- r r-rvc-s vr v. ptt Satjioc St-c y. enrol.. n. r. ncssrxt.. JACOBS, c RUSSELL, ATTOBNKYS AND COUNSELORS AJC SOLICITOUS IN CHANCERY, Jacksonville, Onnnox, OflVrt r)r"c ,,,r t0,,,', ""' AULuise ci'inm.ttird to thrlr cure will teVn.mpll'tteuJ-anL July lil, TJ. 0. F. DOVVELL, JJV TiAW, Jacwoxvilli:, Onuuo.v. IVfll practice la all the Courts, of the Third JuiUM lijrtrlcl. the Miprvme. Court r ure coa. sos in Yriks, Cal. War Scriv prompt colkclea. (Jet. lb. J. H. STINSON, ATTORNEY k COl NSlILLOIt. j A.kanyJ.iim couuty. Oregon. oct2M J" J. B.HOWARD, I SURVHOR CIVIL ENGINEER, ! Rtfciitc amr the South end of Oregon wstl January, ", 1CUI Office it hi residence on Oregon street DR. L.I. THOMPSON j CITY DRUG STORE, j KKMbtKrC Uj'in4t tlm Count- JJI. JstsoMillV.Ori.. dyclMlf W. Q. T'VAULT, j Attorney and Counsellor ! Jacmumiuj:. Onur.i n. liZcs at residence on California Street. I All kusioe entrusted to hit cure prompt- j jr alttfadtJ to. Jaii 1 1 tl PETER BRITT, " PH0T0GHAPI11C ARTIST is ntr.PAiti:i) tutailc rettoiti:s in x:vi;r.Y htixi: OFrHKART, WITH ALL THE LATK IM I'ltOVKM KN IS. If Picture (to not phe mti.faclion. no ctario will k made. Cull at hl new Gal Utj, on tlic hill -i!iue kit .ik'tarvif, aud Uor your Mviiete. DR. A. B. OVERBECK. , Pr 0vrjlfRl pW annpuueu to Iheelt- Ifrnt nf J.L... . ...;..T. I!, f btliu relunu-d to Jucloviirlllviuid reMiiued , uepntUcc or tuvilicliie. Ilu ulltuluayl W luuild at bin kid eland, the riiir!rk' llwpiui, Mnhn ebH-iit nrulilun lbuiowt. . vould ncctruily tolicll rueal of furtuer jmlronugu. M. xix g. u rr.oj. MIX L FARGO, ATTOKNKYS AND COUNSELL0KS Wiai Wall, Vaiii.uto.s Tkrhiiort, OFFlCKortr Dunk Exchange, Muin tjirnt, will pructiee u ull the Courts Oil Firm Judicial District, ulso tin Su pieaw: Court. Colleiiions promptly ut tdI to. All buine entiujled '.o our y ill receive prompt attention. ju3i( ! U. UATJt. G UXOIIIRO. LASATER &. LANGFORD, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Walla Walla City, W. TM Wador uirst of Kyucr & UiuvMiilck Siore. jmHif F. B. FARGO, Notary public,, Walla Waixa. Y. T., 'J'tiVe ackiiowlidgminli' of dcfdi-Pro-f".ott xiid dvwl inude out at hort no !isnd acKiwwIcdgyd. jue3lf 5PIRE! inijajrj!! Tiip, 1 .- ' ?,B- IhiT hav.. r..mi,ii..ii u.ii. iii., inu-. tout?' fi """K i.VH 'u the Pr Cash capital 6IJ0.U00 v, ' ..A " mi wu uuiiiuiM'ii win, ihu ium uy oepo-ueiiK jU,tiiMt lu lUe ie.pialSIJ0.U00A v" " goaville. Febniary 25th. lbCg. feb't! I CttrpLM,,, U1 , . . , ' fwurtUU PholOLTiiIili Alhiimn nin 11 W had cheap, for cual , J. RoiVvTwexl , SSTJhun Bridbury k Wade 1 TBBbJmt RHUienv pm, ,M,i,rr. A BuiLmSi 11. ,..:... AWpoSS poiar. r-- ;" "r .. ..,1.1 nrtliovcnr, tcuuii.b , ,. ..... n of the year. six donor. jo3a2 SUSPIttlA. Ob the fiimmer misti llo dreaming on the moiintainii, And the mirage wavei arc riplioj or the plain And the heart goes out In vain and fruitlc? Marching, Fot the dy, the dayi that hall never come again. Shall wo meet Ihcra no more where we have nahdered Uy the woodland, 'the hllWdc and the Shall circam ; wc meet them no more whose wealth we're laundered To gild the folly of our fancy' dream ! Oh! the gleaming jewels of their tunny moment! I Oh ! the diadim that crowned their circling honnt Oh ! the merry heard that prang to meet their gladne", And the hand that were laden with their flowers? Are they gone ere they gote from ui for ever ? And their memories are they shadowless and vain! As the emmrr mitts that dream upon the mountain, And tLc mirage wares that ripple o'er the plain. An'Mi: H. FiTZOcmuLP. j S,ilt LaU Gty Ttlyrcfih. a suoitT ii isToitni: Br X UA.V IT A TIILT. JciTiTton D. He Is of a First rmitco. His uod he Could whip any three Or the Yuukvc Cliup, you see. llc-Uhe (l'urdun Us Irtquency), Would rule laud and sea, Aud nuke ull un-u lite, In fuel, Vco lite . - Kmpt tie DatLu: Or, lulling 1U that idiC, Mould iu lut ditch (riuotln; Aunic Luuih) Luy him down and d c-c S l)y uiid by, l.e P) Would make eveo the "nig" free, 1'ruvidiU he Would shoulder a lutie Aud U-tji l.tc To ligal lur sljury Which he (inr' ") wuidu't "ice." Paw Tempo, Uiuut he Usid up l.f ; When I). Cwncudtd to fits With his KCie. Ttt fuot ugaltit cavjlree Or horte vguinit mule, or utr, may be, Of the three It's easy to tco Which ttuotd be winner, Dunn on the Ocmulgee They caught the old sinner, Jle nascuught it) pet! How do you teppwiT Up b irtc T Why do, iu woman's clutbtt I HeJheJS heJIJ ' J. D., In this (xirenily, J.'iuvfiiiitd bis 15ule Triuitiidiouiiy; Aud -Mrs. U., She- Wuh "nothing to wear," you see As he (AronsuidD.) llud oo he'r hoops anJ she Tuid ihe Itgiutnt "to be Careful ho tliry piovoktd the l'undtoi,' or he Iu his fury Might hurt somebody" Cut their herts out-d'ye eevT Tiuully He uud the, -Or rather, ehe and he, (I'lie taulter is unxid, slightly, A to which wiurs the br.e .) Whichever It way b, Dux id the knee To grim tkCiMilv, Aud the Fourth Michigan Cavalry Andsjid "Ftucvtr' Diur u.c I Is this the we tjuuil eud ol 'Chivalry t" FdJle-dedeel STUAVtu. Au exchange couuios the ltiiuwiu notice : this ikiuer fcoiiii-tinw duru.e the wt-erf, n diverdirue eivrr dime. Who it belongs 'u or wl,we , .., ,. BHd ... wrpotly request the owner to come sud tuke it away ; we have been so Ions with- ... .. . .. 0Ul t,,Ver ,Ua; "' UM " m"mj '" 6 , ' Upu ow tide is 0 beuutiful young ludy liIkrrcUief toheroyei-weeplogto think I,p haM no male and a nicht tP ou BY OVERLAND TELEGRAPH. tnrroriTtn excu stvnt.r ron Tnt: scntisku Washington, My 29lh. A difpatch frnm Gen. Caobv. lalcl New Orleans. May 26th. states that the nrrogements I fur the surrender of the Confederate ferct ' In the Trans.MbsWppI Department are eonciudid. Thry include tLc men and ran. tt rial of the army and navy, Tke 'World's jptciiil di? patch tats : Not. withstanding Kirby Smith's surrender. troops will be sent to Texas to protect Ihe D.ror una malnln in order. . 1heCon.mrrciuUp.sl.l.patel.My:' I he trial of Jeff. D.vis befure the United ! oiaies viicun our; win ccmmcr.ci! as soon as lie cootplracy eaie ctn be dis posed of. Gen. Sherman has handed in his written tertimor.y, teHCiirg .loliiiftnn's surur.der, to Ihe Commlttie on the Couduct of lie War. T.. .1.-1 T,,. . i.HU1..,a.,u,rc.m Aiicnmonu announces ' g(,t umi )vli 0d(1pHd ur 0p Krt vov thc arrest of Gen. Lcc. J ni.. Ttc mi)jr porCI1 or ,, Btt C(,m. Weshlrglon. 17th.-The President I, j irllne tome ,3 of ,u tt(,tll kUlimt snrd n prociamatlon to diy, providing for : )lSV(, ,)r(lllr rnilul. the rcorcan s.itlon of North Carolina, and appointed W. W. HiilJvi), editor of Ihe RiMgli Standard, military Governor, with power to Citll 0 ciinventinn for the amend ment of the State constitution. Admirnl ncichanao, of the rebel navy, surrendered hlmetf at Mliltr. May 20lh New ,trk 30'h. Tho llt-ruM's special The lleratd'a rptcint say Congressman says the Gin. of the rrg'ilsr urmy ure as Harris, of Md., trlid fur persuading rebels sigr.ed as foll.iws: Halleek to command t of le's ntmy not to lake the oath oful tlie Pacific Department; Sherman to com , rgiunee, wus teiitinetd lo tlnec year's linl msnd the militar- dirisimt of tlm Miiln proiitiienl huiI fnilellureof all civil righis sippl. coinprlsinr Ohio, Kentucky. Tinms , Hit Pies.iUut upptuvid the findings but ite and probably Imtimni; Mrude, ihe , rtimtud the eitinre. It 11U0 suy it 1 Atlantic; Sheridan, the Trans-Mississipp'j ltliiVtJ here that the President is not in Thonins, North Carolina, and perhaps favor of negro suITrege. except In torn other Snuth'rn States. Wurien has re niod, lied form, ntid under ceituiu qualillcu signed his commission m Major Uen. of. tlin. Volunteers, and Geo. Lieun lm been or- The Po,tV fcc!ul says the trial of Jiff dered to transfer the Army of TcniKUie Davis in tho U. S. Court, in this eilyvwill to Iiuisville. 1 take p'aee luforc a full Ihm.1i, consisting T.iars' rp'c!al says Stanton is not going of Jude Carter of OLIo, Judge Otluor N. to Berlin. He intends to resign, however. ! V , mid Wyley ol Va, It will take Cr.O.OOU.OOO to pay off the Cairo, 4'h. New Or!inti Jules nru re nrmy. The money Is ready. ceited to llie 30lh of Mh.v. The town of Cincinnati, 30th. Howell Cobb end Puedrns Negros was captured by the lib Mallory raised Chattanooga yrtterdny for cruts, oit-Mohday the 2-lth. Knoxville. under a strong guard. D -tncli- The blockade runner Diruvirgh, In merits of WiI'sub's envalry nro dally r- trying to run into UultcMon with u rivlnj at Cluttntifiogi. The Cnnmrr cargo, wns destroyed by the United Stales cial's Frankfort Kentucky dlsp.iteh sys. ti-mmr S uilsmlc. recruiting i golns on briskly amotig tlic I'rlvtcdemlches quote gold tn Ntw slaves in Kentnckey ; a few innnlhi ni'jn-. Yoik. ou the 9s ti ol Juue, ut 13C 137. and urpro C3litmnt will ttlo Uil- (w uud sterling exehunge nl 110. lion for Kentucky, iudi'pnJf 'it of tlie eon 1 New Yoik, -llli. The IVnnsylvanljn sliiuttoaai atn.niin.'iit. 1 lie uannm Nashville d'spatcli says On. Upton h is 1 arrived with the archives ol the Statu an I , Muj. TLc news of the Mexican enilgru S050.000 in specie. Tho Teiintsn-o Sen , ilots scheme In the United Slate attracts ate piMrd the E ectlvc Franchise bill, utti ntiou. 'I he Imdon Daily News re- yesterday, 16 to 5. I New ork.31it A private letter from France cause lo dcr'urc or, he would not Alchlnoa, or New York, uow reniding at allo Ihe disbanding of the armies ami the Malumoras, says a 111 ck funnrul of Lo ! si-liing of ships. It is probable, honevtr, cola took p'aee iu that city when the newk 1 tliai the throne of Maxiiuiliuii msy bo en. of his deaiu was rewiveJ. The secession idaugcietl by t!.o L.!; hL!.!i Juui may sympsthizers collected in the streets, and receive from Ihu Amrrican eopla in this had u controversy over something they pro-' way. The I-ondou morning Post says that tended was the body ol the President. j reliable information leads to the ln!c:ei.c New York, 31t. The Kig'e, from that so far as Johrikou is concerned, lie list Havannab, with dales to the 27th, has ar nu Intuition of interfering either In Mexico, rived. The Stonewall has been delivered ' 0r what is more Important, In Canadian af to the Captain General, as a deposit, to rlf, ftwaitinilructlonsof the home G.ivernnieut.i The French Government lias revoked 1 to what disposition is to bo made of the measure limiting Ihe stay of American her. She will, probably, bs delivered up I resfcls III Fiiuih purls to 21 hours. to the United Slates. Captain Muffit lefl for Galveston, on the Owl, ou the 2!lii. New York 3lst. Mexican advices are from Vera Cruz to the 8lb. Ou that day six Americans wcro arrested, no j reason assigned. All the troop that could be spared went out after the guerrillas. Juarez' troops ure appearing iu ull quar ters. New York, 3Ut President .lefrcrd, of Hat), was at head of 3,000 men to put down an Insurrection. The rebels already had possession of thtcapital. It is said the rebels would attack the Dominicans as soon as the Snaiiith hud . ... iVaeUUltO lllCi Island. Vr York 3l.t. TLe Herald on nouneed that the Mtmorwl Diplvmuliut ut May 14lh. makes public the Important , fact that the Government of President Johnson bus insliucied the Aruerleun Mm ' "I wiiHeriAefcleuks with onionsAome bread, Ijter at London, lo reqiire of Ihe English 'd colored wuter lor WfTv-e; thouijl. u de Government a prompt decision as to the! eided improvimenl Is Comg on In lln Hue indemnity for losses caused to l.derul lit- every day, Snow all around us, on the izens by eruiters such s ihe Alubomu, und ; hills uud mountains, uud mm good ized other vessels constructed otid equipped In , snow and Ice banks riinaiuing in Ihe prlu v.idIuv. norit since the beclnriifig or ilie'ci .ul ureeir, ;vcreeK mining ovaimo.e English ports since m h . j j UMy Augusi; but war. It adds, this demand has llllte, M ,?,, .J ,1,,. llU utlJ ur claims, limes bftn made by ihe Lulled Stales, its 1 ()W1 ,0 ,,e 1,fljl.,,Cy of ihe water tcMice has never bnu ndiullitu by 11. e dilvlies and thecoiulaut breukvgeniiisanie 'i.i .' ..,i,l, Iniii rpninl ill lliinilredi of inoule have been trvint! to llriiuu ugtrH.-.. - - m dty, without Uour relusaiupon ine uf..-.b"- - ) a U.,ur riot occurred before ouraryvol, ertheless, pasisled iutle eleiuacd riquin, I '" , ' a i... reiuraled it osserlior ll ll """'l" "; "'"BJf with more vor ? " V f Ui'. W it aud Johnson, tar irom auunuouiug " ' ... j.-. .. . . is tnc opinio" ". " - - quJ.bicbupt0be pretent bad not ..niM-ra or me ciowm. .-...-, .,.. seinudcerious or presing, may, perhap, cause a conflict between the two nations. A private dipaich hs. been rcceivtd in Ihit ritT. froni (Vrai . ..l.l .ll...l iL. iTih ..r i.,.. "t- it I.. . . . h iriHiitMnr ik. 1H..H...U. pjccj, ocj cxjtel to sail the last ol J Juno I I-cpal tci.dcrd, 10 T6U". .t. ,i. i-.. .. n Go'd on ' I IIIU Will IllAi. HflS litJ. Forms Monw. dune lt.-The Texan I expedilioji, tinder eommoed of Gen. Wcit- El'l wliil'll linn lirrn filling mil In llit. 1....I doting the p..t week, is now fulrlv on its wnT l0 , poin, lf jrtliBlion ,t)nK.wllcrc lnnr ,i,, a nr ,iin, s.,... pr..r. ,.... i.. -m . .' .i.. 'i; iw .ihii, uivi nviv iuiu iu inv i . commanding i fliccr on board each vessel to proceed Grit to Mobile Dy, In the vi cinity of Ft. Morgan, with a view to mak ing n rcndizvous at that hatbor, In order to coal the steamers thoroughly before proceeding further. The steamers cora- nrifdnp thin iTru.ltltrti nrn nniAnr llit. I.r. "' - -...-..e .... .-. New York. 2d. The Commercial's spe cial says there is mueli cniiiplnint of H11I leek's innc(miiit in Richmond, It h clmrgid tli tl the rcbvli are coming Into piiwir undir hi Influtiicf. These chatgis togulnr with others, explain hl . truii'Ii-r te this coast. ,m eiriveti wiib tuiea Irom j.ivernoni tm ihf 231, and Qieensiimn lo the 2lth of I nuik tliut. If Johnscu Intiuiid to plvr The Paris Pa tile has reason to belitvo I hut Ihe F'lvneh government Is nccupltd with cws or clandestine enrollments In America, uud that if neiceaary It will adopt inergetic meaiures ugniuil the U. H. Volunliers. The French Government is much dis pleuted ut I'riueo Napoleon' speech ut Corsica. New York, 4lh. It was nporlrd In Liverpool, .Muy 21ih, that Ihe French troojis ure to bu withdrawn ftnni Mexico, Tixks is Idaho. From IdaliQ corres 1 , ..1 ii,.u.. ..,.. n...., ,.r ei...,l "''epivo w, u ivii.ti.uv wiuu,, u, .uj 1 17ih: The mining interests ulto here are not twUtmn expenses, ulihough Ihe sumu.er "Jon will be prosarous, Uourd und Mgli'g 23 t week-id.bles composed but fornugiu flour haarangedlroiuSiaoiog'JOl nr-ju.,1 cmiiftii.w. Wlinin I lie nasi per oarrei, neiyiu uviog euu per mo m'oiipta, udu me visum mojiiioi ihi u- iuji. IT.naiilU l..iii,iiiii iluiuul, u iiipriliiillt lold ' ulliu ol tii.liiniiii L. nulii lli umIit. i.Icii Umatilla Landing, tlwusjlt a merchant .old meipday lie haefhad varyo eugagrd ut Iwcniyce.... ipou0d. Ilu lo this ijiee wuu iue aereii auu u uau cen riu.d published .0 tho Por.ls.d P. cents per pert A MAIL ItOAI) ACC1DKNT. Strange Incidents occur on railroads somellmci soslraoge that thry ore really lamming. Among the stranitest Is the manner In which pnekels are picked nod ,hw ftrc not """'np-"1"' llie pockets, tt of ladles. Now what more audacious mere man puuing n uanu in a muj dres pocktt, but the professional pick 'inckcl ,a nn u,lac,nos fvlIow wc" thief. An Incident lately nevurred on the rnilrosd between this city and UoMon which Is well wotth relntlng, A ludy had uUVred Irom the tnlrtptise of one of these dicvahtt trrtid'iM'i if. uud n frlrnd of hers 'iit to t kc the same route was caution cd lo be on her gnard, especially ngalnst any well dressed, prrpossewlng young man who would take 11 seat by her side, and that, too, just before entering the long tun. i nel nrar this city. The euntlnnrd lady took her seat, and looked inrvoti.-ly nboat hrr. She did fist "sec any prrposesslnc young mini" just then, but as the train stopped at iprinpfltld, one sneh entered, and, wild much politeness, took the vacant sent by her side. Of coiirsn the ncrvou lies of the ludy inrri ntl. nml especially as the yonng mnn i-flVtrd her his paper tn rend, which she declined, nnd to Ms ic marks she rrspnnded only In monosyllabVs. She wns determined to keep him kt his distance, which, huwetcr, was limited in these narrow tents. At length tiny np pronehi-d the fatal tunnel, and the caution she had received took smith n hold of lur iilrendy prenily excited mind. As the lea in entered the dntkmis, she made n sudden plutigo for her pocket in which she had her portc inonmiic. Dul the folds ol hrr ilrus were somen hot dirurrangid, and she did not at once liud her pnekrt ; silh lie nervously perseverid, diving first Into one fold, then Into another, until ut length she found un opening, when, whul was her horror to find tho hand of her ' prrponsess Ing companion" on the rent wan nlruidy there. Site convulsively eliilchid Ihe hand with ull hrr might, but the wu so frighl ened thut she wns unable to uitc her voice. She held on to Ihe haul, thinking to ex po'c the thief on tmrrglug luto the light. titiel though It sconce! that ihe train would never resell the end of the tunnel, still she held oil with Ihe gripe of a vice. Her ccii pnnlnn mud 1.0 effort, whatever, to release his hand whether through fear of txpot Ing himself, or rutl.tr liking the soft, vel vely pressure, U not known, lluteUyligh, ut length eame, and with It Ihe luet was re vealed that the lady, In stouhlrg for her pocket, Inn! inserted Irr hand Itlo the pocket ol hrr " prip('ssising companion," where shu found, properly enough, one ol his hui.ds. It Is iieilless to add thut thi holy preM-iiIrd a very confuted appear ance, gently relaxed the hai d, gluneee! 1 u' ol the car window, and lift lo her compan Ion tho task of filling In ihu inclining ol her strange conduct. The Arits ad tub Cnocoiiii.r.s. In Slam the motikies select for their butt nn less formidable an nnlmul than the crcce dllt. In there pmcileal jukes It Is not ul ways Ihe joker thut wins! "Crocodiles ure more tiusnrrous In the river at PukiiBiii-Ven ihun lu Ihat of Chanliiboun. I continually saw them throw tliem-clers from the banks Into the water; and it has friqueiilly happemd Ihat carrle is fithers, or persons who have fallen utlccp on Ihe shore, huve become iheli prey, or have afteiwurds died of the wounds infiicled by them. This latter bus happened twice since my sloy here. It it umusing however for one Is InUriiUd In nbievlng the habits ol onlmuli) all ovrr the world to see the winner In which Ihese creatines catch llie ape, which soimtlmcs lake a fancy 10 pluy with them. Cloie tn Ihe bank lies lie erocodIV, his lidy In the waIi r, und only h s capacious mouth uhovi ihe surface, ready 1 0 seizu unylhlng thai may come within rfarh. A troip of apes ealch sight of him, seem lo consult logiih er, upprnsch little by little, and commence their frolics, by turns iielojs aud spectators One of llie most acnveund lmnidciiljiiiup from branch l branch till wlihlrin reptct ful dittuiice of ihe crocodile, whsn, hanging by one chvw, and wills Ihe dexterity pecu liar to lime animals, ho advances col re tins, now giving his enemy n blow with hit '.iw, at anoihcr tlm? preleudins; to d so, TI10 other upis enjoying ihu fun, on elently vtiIi lo take a part in ll; but the other brunches being too high, iltey foim a sort of chain by laying )ohJ of each oih er's piws. aud thus swinging baekwards and forwards, while any one of them who comet lo reach of the crocodile torments him to tin' brtt of his ability. Sometimes Ihe lernble jaws suddtply dote but not np on the audacious ape), who just escapes; I were ie uiivj ui muiihiiuu iiuiii iui e euiwvuiuii, nuu gamuui uuuut iujiuiit Oecosionutly, however, the claw is entrap U,. ' .. ....-,.. .... ---..., . ... tn wlioie troop Disperse, grnanug arid thriekimr. The misadventure does not, liow ever, prevent I heir recmnictuvieg lie game In few days afterwards." IIOUHU ASSOCIATION. ', v ' Jack0nvili.k, Judo 13ih, 16CS. Mr. Kititori As some of tho stock raisers of Jackson county lime In content plalion the organization of a Horse Asso ciation, for the nnnunl exhibition and com petlon of (In stock, I derm n few rrmurk on the subject not Itinppri'prlate., There Is st number of Dec brctds or hows In Jncksoii county nt this time. la point of flze, Cotiurgr stands first, weighing over a ton; after lil.ti comes Otencoe, Virmnut, Prince Alhcr1, Llonlinirl, Sampson, etc., all contending for n liberal share of pat rnnage and consideration, nnd donbtlri all are elcrrvlng. It Is thought thai an as sociation of thfs kind, properly organized ni.d conductid, would b very beotOelnl In improving the present stock, and eneour ing the Importation of olhcr fine varletlti ir horei. This raltlnc or light, low.pr'ctel Spanish und Cnyiiscstrck-'wlll not pay" In lie Hiture. The prejudiec opulnst Oregost raised horses Is very much nmpllorated, and a wc have no reliable market fur onti uud liny, we enn fe-ee! It to gonel youtifj horses, tn that shape our grain can read. Uy be cashed, ns drnught, stage, carriage and raddle hnrsri will always be In demand the nature of our cnuairy comprlls this, ralroads unci wnter communications bclag; uniting the things that arc nou eif, There will prAbably be a call for the stock grow tis of ehe county In meet In Jacksonville on or ubout the 24ih Inst., urd n few rc nmiln cMicirnlrg iho business to be trntt netid umy not bu out of p'urc. In tbt first plnce, tho best trillion for all work should receive the first premium; second, tho Inst elm ft stallion, and alter them turf nnd trotters. Wo cannot aompetn In transportation of stock to the Slate Fair with older eountirs, the distanco being 10 gnat, until null Units os railroads iha'l litcoine commor. However, with men of means It Is dlJTi'if nt, und I am happy to know thut Juiksoii county will be duly represented at Ihe coming Stute Fair. It Is hoped Duel n rooel lull) out will be had ut Iho proposed meeting en the 2 -1 1 ti . A. Fanuzre. How to Diiicm rm a PiioTuonAPH. A lady or gentleman, l.u.vlrg made up her cr his mind te he: phologrci ri, r.-atarsllv ccn sMert I the first place, how to be dressed to show (IT lo tl.sj'btsl edvtntoge. It meblTirnftw word of ndvlec teiithlng dress. Orange color, for celaln optical ieet.ns, Is, photogrophlcally, black, Hla In white' ( other iliudes or tones of color are proportionately duiker or tighter thry eoiilnln more or less of Ihrio colors'. The prognsilvc rrnle f photographlo color enrnmrncca with the lightest. Tim order stands thus t while, light blue; vio- lei, pink; nnuve. daik blue; brown, Inn u j blue green, leather ; brown, drub; ceiLe, magrulu; yellow green, dark brown; purple, red; nniber, monroo ; orange, dead li'nek. Cemiplcslon I m becc niacli cor slfdereel in tonniellon with drus. Dlondta can wear muck lighter color than brev nrties; ihe latter nlwnys prrtenl better pictures In dark dimes, but Lrither look well In positive w,lte. Violent contrails of color should be especially guarded uguiutt. In photography, brunettes per sess a grrat advantage over lueir fairer slslrr. The lovely golden tresses lose til their Transparent brilliancy, and arc rep res.nliel black; whilst the " lonnle bleo eV," llieme of raplure to Iho pod, Is mil try to the photographer ; for It Is put eu 1 inly out. The simplest ir.d most eOtft Ive wuy of rernovirig the yellow color fion iho hair, Is to powder It neorly while; It is thus brought to nhuut tho same photo graphic tint a In nuluie. Tl e same lute, or course, applies In complexion. A fruklo quite invisible u a short dislanco I', 011 neeoniii of lis yellow color, teude red tnvt painfully distinct when photographed. - I.-iily ' lleiolf. ' ' Hi - Kit.r.Ki) ist Ixni.vM From gcnllo nan Just from Idaho, and who arrived In (hi oily by tho Ch'co route lust night, wo leurn that on Wednesday, May 31st, one II, null und (Jcorge Bliorlrlelgo were hilled by tho Indium In Surprise Valley, It eemi they had ranches In the upper end of ho vuhVy, and hud been to SussutIIIo for provision. On their way back lUtj entered tho lower part of the valley, nt Goodwin's ranch and It Is supposed stop jkiI there, whllo tho Indian were couceuleel In the willow, 8)out fifty yard front Iho ranch. The Indium wailed until they had passed, and then shot ilieoi from behind, killing Ihcm both at ouce, Bliorlrldgo wu sculped, mid hi body ttrlppcd af it clothing. ' he body or Dispell was not mole.ted. The Indians look six of the an Inml belonging let tho wen, alio what pro vision they could pack away, and destroy, ed what they could Ml carry, Dlssell leave a wife and children. Shortrldge wus a single man, whoso widowed mother reside In indiuu Valley, Our Informant; was within fifteen mile of the scene f ' uiawucm nt ihe lime, of It uccurreuw, aavi mw ihe bodiws of tU muiderfd muml' 7. c. union, . V'ii 1 t.. 111 iilmJitlt'lSlfi fiHiiUMiiiiilirfi- 1 j.uA. ft V-,.