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The feeling of the people all over this
country is in favor of quick and severe
Ever since'the Anglo-Saxon first came rotributton ; and nothing short of the
It seems that the President lias ap
to plant the banner of civilization on the unconditional surrender of Jack, the pointed commissioners to negotiate a F11AKEN UP BY THE UNDERSIGNED, liv-;
C has . N ickell , E ditor .
execution of the murderers, and the
the American continent has he had to transportation ot the remainder to some treaty of peace with the Modocs. Tins J. ing 4j miles north of Ph-rnix, two head ofI THE GB EAT LIVER KING!
contend against tlie red man, his natural distant reservation can ever satisfy tlie announcement is received in this section cattle—one a pale red cow with white belly, mark- (
A fjgctuliU. iSiiljMtit ute
oatcinl Paper for Jacket >11 Ac .Toevphint
ed with upper and under «lope in the right ear ;
foe. From Plymouth Rock on over the settlers. No other plan would secure with universal indignation, and the men, the other a pale red two-year old heifer, with the
SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1873. mountains and valleys of the new world [♦ermanent peace and prevent demorali upon whose false representations this left ear cropped. They are appraised nt $15 each.
|TT HAS LONG BEEN NEEDED. more espeni-
has the fierce conflict raged, and although zation among Reservation Indians. step has been taken, are denounced in no
Even it located on Yianax Reservation,
J. P. B urns , J. P.
| L ally on the Pacific Coast, a remedy lbr inactiv
SWAMP LAND DECISION
the natural fastnesses of the mountains they would be an element of discord and measured terms. We are all anxious for
January 25th, 1873.
ity of the Liver.
have for centuries been the scenes of fear-. tlie settlers might reasonably fear a repe peace, but we want a peace that will be
The Superiority of the Liver King
The decision lately rendered by the ful conflict, to this day the Indian's) tition of the sickening details of the worth something.
We don’t want a
any other remedy introduced consists in tho
Commissioner of the General ¡.and Of- sealping-knife is crimsoned with thei There are some who all along have ad peace that will be equivalent to offering npiIE UNDERSIGNED haling been appointed following :
1. It operates upon the Stomach and Liver and
| by the County Court of the State of Ore
fice, in regard to the “Mountain Meadow white man’s blood and the war still goes, vised the Indians to remain oil'the Res a premium to Indians for the cold-blood gon, for Josephine county, administrator of the not upon the lower bowels.
Swamp Lands” in California, is too on. Although the (’reeks and Choctaws,, ervation, putting into their mouths a ed murder of inoffensive settlers. We estate of J. G. Adams, deceased, all persons hav 2. It is pleasant to the taste, and doe« not pro
claims against such estate are required to pre duce nausea of the stomach.
lengthy to be published in detail, but ap the red-handed savages of the everglades multitude ot slanders agitinst those in don’t want a peace that will be tanta ing
3. It is purely vegetal.de, and does not injure
the same, with the proper vouchers, witl.in
charge of them. They are responsible
plying to Oregon and being of general of Florida, and the native inhabitants of for the present situation, and the blood mount to an abandonment by our gov six mouths from this notice to me at my residence the systein like mineral remedies
interest, we give the i»oints decided by our own beautiful valley disputed with of the murdered jieople is on their hands. ernment of all the country lying between in Kerbyville, Josephine county, Oregon ; nud 4. It can be given with ease to children, whieli
all persons indebted to said estate are required to in itself will make it popular 8« a family medicine.
such a spirit of determination the will Those who have been laboring to carry the Cascades and Goose Lake to the un make immediate payment.
5. Persons of delicate constitution who eannet
out tlie provisions of a treaty which long restrained raids of these savages. We
take pills, will hail it with joy.
Swamp lands may exist regardless of
6. It is perfectly harmless, and can in nowiie
ago became a law of the land are not ac
Kerbyville. Jan. 15, 1873.—14.
altitude. The title to lands that are with a savage satisfaction in deeds of countable, and the sensible, law-abiding want peace upon the basis of justice to
injure you and person« who are troubled with
“swamp and overflowed” pass to the treachery and cruelty, few tribes have people cannot help but see the thing in the white man as well as the red man.
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, liheuma-
State, even though they may be so dry made a darker history than the Modocs its true light. If it had not been for the We don’t want any compromise with
tism, Sick Headache, Dizziness
S tate of O regon , )
of the Head, Drowsiness
nt certain seasons of the year as to re of South-eastern Oregon, Theirs is a influence of these meddlers we might red-handed murderers with arms in their County of Josephine, j
have been spared the tragedies of two
quire irrigation. In order that lands story written in tlie blood of women and i months ago and the expensive war of to hands, defying the authority of the gov
AMES NEELY, Administrator of the estate of | an«! a trnin of indescribable diseases arising from
William A. Gibson, deceased, having this day a deranged Liver, will find THE LIVER KING
may be properly regarded as “swamp and children. If the rocks and cliffs of Tide day, and tlie people will not hold them ernment and threatening the lives of our
bis final account for final settlement of
overflowed” it must appear that they are Lake could speak, they would tell such guiltless.
said estate, all persons interested are notified that
A SURE SPECIFIC !
Compromise with the Indians, and the our arms, or based upon the uncondition Monday, the 7th day of April, 1873, ha« been set
swampy or overflowed at either the tales of horror that the flesh would crawl
country east of the mountains which, un
apart as the day for hearing objections to the
Wholesale agent.« : Redington, Hostetter
“planting, growing or harvesting sea and the blood run cold. Hundreds of der other circumstances, would soon be al surrender of the murderers, to be dealt same.
Francisco. Cal.; Smith A Davis, Port
By order of lion. J. B. S ifers , County Judge. land, Oregon. Sold by all druggists and dealer«
son, so as to prevent eitlier the planting, times has tlie war-cry echoed from rock come the home of thousands of industri with according to law. We desire that
(.IIAS. HUGHES, County Clerk.
in patent medicine.
cultivation or harvesting of crops.” In to rock along Tide I.ake as the savage ous, energetic and happy people, had as the Modocs shall forever be removed
determining as to tl>e swampy character
en up to these red-handed outlaws as
!M Ï ' .M M < » \ J-».
of land, neither the question of altitude they attacked Fremont and killed some compensation for their life-long enmity mitted so many hellish murders, and
that they shall receive the same treat Justice's Court for the Precinct of (Valdo, State of
nor what might be the most profitable of his men, the murders they have com to the human race.
ment at the hands of our government
Oregon. County of Jo«epliine. Isaac Thomp
crops, are to be considered. The ques
son. plaintiff', vs. J. A. Kemper, defendant:
tions to l»e considered, are : 1st. Is the
civil action to recover money.
more nor no less.
land swampy or overflowed ? 2d. Does Indians now with the renegade, Captain
ri]O J. A. KEMPER, the above iinincd Defend
Ea>t Portland is to have street ears.
A ant : In the name of the State of Oregon, you
the swamp or overflow render it unfit for Jack. During tlie many years tliat im
hereby lequired to appear before the under
The Greeley Monument«
Portland has three ladies (?) in jail.
cultivation ? In deciding these points it migrants were striving to find homes in
signed, n Justice < f tho Peace for the precinct
aforesaid, on the 8th day of March, 1873, nt ID
is not necessary to inquire whether it is the far-famed Oregon, many a man fell
No more small pox in Baker county.
The printers of Portland held a meet i «'clock in the forenoon of said day, nt the office
nnare or less productive than other lands pierced with arrows along the shores of
But little ice has been put up in Ore ing on the 1st inst., for the purpose of of sai l Justice in said precinct, to answer the above
AND COMPLETE STOCK AL
in the same region, or whether it would Tide Lake, and the long hair of women gon this winter.
iinincd plaintiff in a civ.I action.
ways on hand at tho
taking steps to solicit subscriptions for
The defendant will take notice, that if lie fail to
produce all kiuds of crops. The question was often seen by the roadside, where
answer the c >inplaint herein, the plaintiff will take CITY unno 8TCTLE,
as to whether the lands in question
judgment against him for «no hundred and forty
weighing 25 lbs.
Wm. McCabe was chosen tour dollars and thirty-one hundredths of a dollar.
would be more or less profitable to the - immigrants had been massacred. The
(‘hairman ; W. S. Cameron, Secretary ; ($141.31) with interest from March 30th, 1872, at
agricultural proprietor is something with
Wm. Morgan, Treasurer ; J. L. McCown, one per cent, per month from date.
Given under my hand this 1 I h dav of January.
which the General Land Office has noth secure immunity from outrage and mur Portland in 1872.
Marion county claims that it adds fifty
ing to do. Neither is it necessary to in
Ju-ticcof the Peace.
field and V. B. De Lashmutt, Executive
its populatioti monthly by births.
quire whether or not, after the land is
It is ordered by A. B. McIlwain, Justice of the
Committee. After transacting the nec Pence fur Waldo Precinct, that this summons be I
drained or protected from overflow, it in the blood of the innocent.
Col. B. B. Taylor has retired from the
i . moi uvric T imes ,
When Captain John E. Ross went with editorial chair of the Portland Herald.
will need irrigation in order to produce
published at Jacksonville. Oregon, the official or
to Tide Lake for the protec
The Executive Committee issues the gan.
ISAAC THOMPSON, Plaintiff.
crops of grain, grass or vegetables.
The horses of Eugene have the epi following card :
tion of immigrants in the year 1<>2, lie
GASOLINE OIL AND IAM7S
buried in one day fourteen who had been zootic. The children have the measles.
’Twas Ever Thus.
To the P rinters of O regon : In
At the CITY DRUG STORE.
murdered, and was satisfied that many
Revivals are in full blast in all parts accordance with a resolution, adopted by
We learn from tho telegraph that the more had been massacred, which he fail of Oregon, and many have been con a mass meeting of the priutersof thecity
of Portland, held on the 1st inst., to take
Kansas Legislature on January 29th ed to find. For this service Capt. Ross verted.
into consideration the matter of the pro-
Agency for Cowan’s King Remedies.
elected John I). Ingalls as V. S. Senator,
A couple whose united ages were 142 I>osed monument to be erected by the
craft to the memory of the late Horace
to succeed the notorious S. (’. Pomeroy, Legislature. Subsequently ('apt. John
ROBB A KAHLER
were joined in marriage at Oakland last Greeley, inviting the co-operation of the I
Grant’s right bower. Although a prom
CALI. AT JOHN NEI BER’S
Tide Lake a number of butchered immi Wednesday.
printers throughout the State in that be
inent candidate, Pomeroy received no grants, and gave the name of Bloody
half, the undersigned, appointed by said
Some rich quartz strikes have lately meeting to receive subscriptions, would
vote. A great sensation was created by Point to a favorite place of ambush near
made at llog’em, near Baker City, respectfully request that printers at a dis
Senator York rising for a personal ex the lake shore. Lindsey Applegate tells
tance who may desire to contribute to
nd see his fine stock oe new
planation, stating that in order to un us that in those days he kept a record of Eastern Oregon.
only such murders as lie knew to have
this worthy object, forward subscriptions
Goods direct from the manufacturers..
Tlie Oregon City Enterprise is to have to their address. The subscription per
mask Pomeroy he had attended several occurred until tlie number reached 96,
LL style* of piato work maile—.«neb a* 'lie has a tine lot o
meetings with him, and had agreed to and that he was satisfied that many were a new dress. It is an excellent paper and capita was fixed at sixty cents, and from
(•■•Id, Silver. Platina. Aluminum and Rub
i offices one pound of type metal.
Speeini attention given to ( bildren Sowing
sell his vote for $8,000. York produced killed of whom lie had no knowledge. deserves success.
Price, from $20 to $110, cash.
subscriptions will be duly acknowledged
seven $1,000 packages and handed them The Modoc war, which continued during
painless extraction ol the teeth.
diaries Fendell, of Willamina, Yam through the press.
a |K*riod of years, aud cost the State of
A New Lot of
W.l! visit Ashland <>n the l>t of March annually ;
to the Secretary of the Joint Convention. California an immense sum of money, hill comity, cut a “bee tree” the other
V an B. D e L ashmutt ,
also Kerliwi! c on the 4tli Monday in Octob r. AMERICAN J. E V I '. It W A T C 11 I 8
A motion for a recess, to allow Pomeroy failed to break the power of the Modocs, day which yielded 500 pounds of good
A. W. D e L anev ,
Call and examine specimen work.
W. I. M ayfield ,
Office e or. Cal. A .»tli street: residence opjmsite
Just from the Factory.
to defend himself, was defeated by a and really there was no safety from Mo
Crystal A Wright’s blacksmith shop,
large majority. Pomeroy was arrested
He is agent for the best Rides and Pistols made,,
year ('apt. L. Applegate, with 40 men,
Of the 100 convicts in the Penitentiary,
for bribery, and gave bail.
among which is the
went from this valley to meet some immi
KIHX'ATIO.N A !...
grants known to be somewhere in the ! only two are in the hospital. Which
ii ENrn y n i min.
lake country on their way to Rogue shows bow favorable to health steady
New Platal Bule«.
Which repeat* FIFTEEN TIMES with once load
river. This was immediately after the habits are.
The Postinaster-General has decided
Douglas county has the epizootic. Tlie
FOR BOTH SEXES,
All kinds «>f Watch and Clock Cleaning and
his 800 head of cattle south of Goose
that neither families, firms nor compa Lake, which doubtless the Modocs united disease, however, does not seem to spread,
Repairing «b>ne to order nt half price.
Su rg«'««!! 1 ><■ 111 It.
nies, can conbine to rent post office with the i’iutes and Pit Rivers in doing. and generally assumes the form of a se Conducted by Rev. J. H Skidmore.
J>It<><’!, A MATION.
boxes, but that one box rent must be col Under Bloody Point he found the immi vere distemper.
California st., next door to “Times” Office, IU HEREAS. by virtue of an Act of the Legisla-
lected for each family, firm or company, grants surrounded by the Modocs in!
I IT live Assembly of the State of Oregon, enti-
their war-paint and feathers, and doubt
enjoying such facilities. Another decis less they would have been added to the'
Itled, “An Act to p otcct litigants,*’ approved Oc
tober 21th, the Duxot ratio T imes , a newspaper
ion is to the effect that if a letter prepaid long list of Modoc victims had it not Oregon. Tlie assessed personal property 1 the first Monday of November.
J. I ( KSOX I
A /?, OÄ7/G-O.V,
i published at Jacksonville, Jackson county, Ore
The rooms arc neatly finished and furnished,
with a three cent stamp happens to be been for the timely advent of the volun-!^ U‘e State only aggregates $18,147,073.
gon. has been designated to publish the legal and
¡The indebtedness of people within the and we believe that no school otlers n orc reasona
over weight, the person receiving such teers.
¡judicial advertisements for the counties of Jack-
ble or better inducement.« f'>r those who wish a
It is strange that with a record so dark state ¡s $9,327,862. This is found out by I good education. In confidence, we say to ad, WAKES THIS METHOD «»F INFORMING son and Josephine, Oregon, and
letter must )>ay six cents—double the ad
and bloody, that the details of their many 1... . .,
, r .. ..
1 hi.« friends of Jackson and n'.j ict'iit counties,
W hekea «, the proprietors of said D emocratic
come and sec for yoursclt.
ditional amount that should have been I crimes wool,I 1111 volumes, tlmtcltorl»'1110
and the public generally, that lie lias opened his I T imes have filed with the County Clerks of said,
F XTR KS PF.lt TERM :
Tt 1TION l-Elt TU. RM :
dental rooms in Jacksonville, where he is fuliv counties written stipulations accepting the condi
paid when mailed.
are made by certain parties to givei joe Weathers, a bachelor of Union
Lung nag- .«. c:ich...$ 3.00 prepan <1 to perform all the usual operations in the tion« of »aid Act, together with bonds approved
them a good name and represent them to I
its the law direct«, with proper returns and notices
be an oppressed ami much abused people. Icoul"’’ "oke
"‘B °."“r '"',r ""g
1 Prep irat >ry.......... 5.00 Penciling, . ............ 3.00 i very best style of the dental art.
No work will be allowed to leave the office tliat thereof to this office, according to law.
Military Company to be Organized
I Regularly authorized commissioners of found a pole-cat sleeping snugly at his Sub. Junior........... 6.00 Painting... ...........
Now, therefore, said D emocratic T imes is here
Junior,................... 7 00 I nstr'm'nt’ Music 10.00 is not perfect.
the Government, J. W. 1‘erit Hunting- side. He now swears that that animal Senior,............ ... 8 00 Use ot Instrument 3.00
Teeth extruded with very little pain, without by proclaimed to be appointed and confirmed as
The Yreka Union says a number of ton, Supt. Indian Affairs for Oregon, and shall be superseded by a wife as soon as Book-keeping (sin glc entry)............... .............. $3.00 the aid <*f laughing gu*.
the medium through which all legal and judicial
advertisements for the counties of Jackson and
citizens of that place have it in contem
the peculiar perfumery passes away from
rior MOUTH WASHES. TOOTH BRUSHES. Jocpbine .«hall be published for the period author
Board can be had in private families«or with the TOOTH PICKS, and DENTAL MEDICINES, ized by law.
plation to organize a military company
the Klaniaths, Modocs and Yahooskin
Principal'« family, at $3.50 per week, exclusive of with which to treat in tlie most scientific manner Done at tlie Executive office in the city of Salem,
under the laws of California. H. L. Siiakes, conjointly, at Council Grove
all disease* of the teeth, gum*, aveolus and adja , this the 13th dav of January, A. D. 1873.
The following business was done in washing.
Tickner has written to the Adjutant near Fort Klamath, on October 14th,
We believe that no Academy in the State offer.« cent structures, including niuralgia, head-ache,
L. F. GROVER.
like inducement.« at such low rates. If further in (nervous or sick,) bad breath. ami all <>tl er dis
[ state seal .]
General of that State on the subject, and 1864. This treaty was signed on behalf the Roseburg
of the Modocs by i!ipir life-long high I month of January : Homesteads enter formation is desired, it may be obtained by calling eases dependent on or complicated by decaying Attest : S. F. C hadwick , Sec'y of State.
has received from him a letter of instruc
on or addressing
R ev . j. II. SKIDMORE,
chief Skontian, (or Scon-ches) and by jed, 2,400 acres; final homestead proofs,
Ashland, Jackson County, Oregon.
I can cure sick or nervous head-ache in five
tions giving directions how to proceed sub chiefs Kient-poos (Capt. Jack) and ..
36 acres ; A. U. S. locations, 329 acres ;
minutes by the watch.
In the organization of a company. He Cheek-e-i-ox, the latter now dead. These "
Î Office on California street, next door to T imes
1 j. XV. locations, 160 acres ; pre-
also gives assurance that a company, if men all expressed their satisfaction and ”•
organized, will be accepted by the Com
to the stipulations of the treaty ; and it plication s, 20 acres ; donation certificates,
is doubtless true that had if not been for 25,520. Total, 136,687.
the Influence of a few meddling white
For our Manual of Evergreen«
CONDUCTED BY THE —
men, who probably liojied to secure the
The noted Baptist preacher, Rev. Joab
f*Now os the Pacific Railroad
establishment of a* reservation for their Powell, is dead. His unusual eccentricity
SISTEIiS OF THE HOLY NAMES, I
There have been terrible snow-drifts special benefit on Lost river, the Modocs made him quite a local celebrity, and his
might all be on the reservation to-day.
In buying and planting your trees.
on the Union Pacific line—in some places Faithful to his promise, Skontian still re preaching was always attended by large
sixteen feet deep; but thanks to the su mains true to liis obligations, and with a crowds, many going to hear him more
—OF A FINE STOCK OF—
HE SCHOLASTIC YEAR of this «chool will
perior precautions taken since last win hundred of his people is now at Yianax, out of motives of curiosity and to be
commence about the middle of August, and is
divided in four sessions, of eleven week« each.
GEKTLEMEH'S FURNISHING GOODS.
ter, the prolonged interruption of that and assures his commissary, Capt. O. C. amused, than in a devotional spirit. He
Price 10 cent«—worth $5 to any tree planter.
The following are the terms :
memorable season has been prevented, Applegate, that if Capt. Jack should has resided in Oregon since 1852, and
CANDIES, NI TS, HÁSKETS,
Board and tuition, per term,...............
make a raid onto the Yianax reservation
PINNEY A CO., Sturgeon Bay, Wis.
and passengers have come through with and kill whites, that red-skins would fall died at his residence near Scio, in Linn
Entrance fee, only once.......................
out suffering any hardship or inconve fighting by their sides.
county, on the 25th ult. Many who
Drawing and painting,........................
Capt. Jack and people were removed have laughed at his preaching will sigh
nience. The Bulletin says the terrible
Bed and betiding....................................
TOBACCO, HABANA CIGARS,
Oregon A California Railroad Company, Land)«
cold, however, was fatal to several poor to the Reservation by Supt. Meacham at the news of his death.
Select Day School.
Department, Portland, Ogn., April 5, 1872.)
in December, 1869, after the ratification
fellows employed on the road in remov-
$ q'nn XfOTICE ' is hereby
Primary, per term.................................
’ _ given i, that a vigorou« pro««-
of the treaty of 1864 by the Senate of A fatal affray occurred at aneck-tlj
jng th# obstructions.
against any and
will be be instituted
the United States, and after it had re party at Harrisburg, Linn county, In
Senior..................................................................... 10.00 j ¡every person who trespasses upon any Railroad
ceived the signature of the President.
Pupils are received at any time, and their terms I.and, by cutting and removing timber therefrom
They received from the hands of the which a man named Keeney shot an
To Act aa Scouts.
will be counted from the day of their entrance.
before the same is BOUGHT of the Company AND
Supt. himself an ample supply of blan other named Pelton through the heart,
For further particulars, apply at the Academy. PAID FOR.
All vacant Land in odd numbered sections,
kets and clothing, and during their stay killing him instantly. The affray origi
—AND A SUPERIOR—
We learn from the Dalles Mountaineer
whether surveyed or unsurveyed, within a distance
there Capt. O. C. Knapp, Agent in charge, nated over Keeney drawing two neckties,
that a dispatch was last week sent by issued to them ample supplies of sub-
of thirty miles from the line of the road, belongs
to the Company.
Gen. Canby to Capt. Smith, the Agent at sistODCC«
I. R. MOORES, Land A<enl.
In February, 1870, they left the Reser
the Warm Springs Reservation, engag
HICH he will well at the LOWEST RATES.
ing a number of his best Indians to act vation without permission, and by their trick, when high words ensued, which
insolence were a source of fear and an came to blows. Keeney was hustled out,
as scouts against the Modocs. They have noyance to the settlers io the Modoc
probably already started for the seat of country, up to the time when an effort but soon returned through a back win
form the public that he ! is prepared to fur
nish 11 the " best quality of lime in quantities to suit.
was made by the Government to compel dow and shot Pelton through the heart.
All order» left at Karewski'« store or at my kiln
them to comply with the treaty and the Owing to the great excitement Keeney
of work in their line. Wagons manufactur on Jackson creek will be promptly attended to.
bloody drama which occurred on Tule managed to escape, since when nothing
JACKSON VILLE, OREGON,
ed from choice timber, and ironed in a superior All person« desiring any bricklaying er ylaiter-
done will do well to call on the undersigned.
manner. Old wagons repaired and made as good inK
G- W HOLT-
Again was the picture of death vividly
Tli« trial of the notorious Wm. M. repeated
J^EALER in GROCERIES and PROVISIONS,
on the old ground, and eighteen
short notice and at reasonable terms. Give us a
Twe^d w concluded in New York last ■ unsuspecting settlers fell a prey to Modoc
call. ^ajr-Shop on Oregon street, one door above
4,flter several ballotings, the jury treachery. Bloody Point received a new
LL PERSONS indebted to the wndersirned,
CRYSTAL A WRIGHT.
waa (Naabofged* falling to agree. He , baptism in the blood of the innocent, and Tlie franking privilege has been abol TLAIN anti FANCY CANDIES,
f-r ferriage or good«
good«, are requested to
the citizens came as of old to hunt up
«f«7y, , and
come forward usai..
—— - «ettle the Mme by
wHl ba tried agate shortly. It 1« stated the
_ and ished, and approved by President Grant.
remains of their
ND EVERYTHING that can bo found in a
ca*h er note, and thereby ^«aye*oo«t»,jM<I amt
that the Jury Mood eteveq for acquittal! rr|at|veR among the rocks and sage brush Public documenta will undoubtedly be
J. M. CHILDERS,
first-class variety stor«. Produce taken in
and PROMPTLY executed at the TIMES hare the money.
’t Ferry ae-^ Store.
exchange. Please give me a call.
and one Tor conviction.
exceedingly scarce out thia way hereafter.
PRINTING OFFICE at the lowest rat««.
SHrç Xlcniorriitic firnes.
THE MODOC QUESTION.
¡ THE ASHLAND ACADEMY,
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
50 PER CENT
f . -