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week in which to complete the enor The following is a copy of the bogus
as received: “ Commodoie
The Sunday Welcome has the follow
Vanderbilt died this morning at 20
OCTOBER 21, 1876
ing to say regarding the true basis of be done. Only a few bills of general minutes past 10. Reporters are especi
he fagt - e mit . ia , situated one and
a h If mites Dorth o.‘ A^bbind, has on hand and
personal worth : “The true basis of importance have been passed by both ally requested Dot to call at the house.
j I f cot’FUuvy m.ikirg an exceitent art cle oi flour.
distinction among men is not in posi
All t » dm deling to purch^oe their
Particulars will be given to the press.”
No State in the Union, of equal area, tion or possession ; it is not in the portant of these is the law appointing It came from the New York Hotel and
WINTER SUPPLY OF FLOUR
is poseased of a greater variety of nat circumstances of life, but in the con commissioners to superintend the locks was signed “ R?v; Cbas F. Deems.”
Will do ve'l to Citi at ite mil!; will aleo piod, on
ural resources than Oregon. And ro duct. It matters not how enviable a at Oregon City. That it will create
' excii <rire, 36 of flour, 8 of bran and 2 of at orta
N ew Y ork , Oct. 16.—The following
I ;.er bu brief good
eat; will Sack *ad brand the
people were ever so slow in developing position a man occupies, nor how much considerable expense for the State and disputch from Commodore Vanderbilt
i e-ck.8—cur.uuuera to furnith tbe Buck».
L. S tbosg ,
those resources. When we enumerate wealth he has in store, if there be de benefit no one very materially is the
Sept. 7«, 1 »o.
the articles for sale in our mar fects in his behavior he is not entitled general opinion among those who have nial of the truth of his death :
kets—articles which could be produced to that consideration and respect due been able,to give it unbiased consider At 20 minutes after 1 a dispatch was
and manufactured at home in a style to one who is Lis superior in a moral ation. The final effect of the measure, sent to a Wall street firm : “lam alive
equally as good and of superior quali point of view, though he possesses in my opinion, will be to hasten a de and doing well ; better than I have
ty—it is most certainly a matter of sur neither riches nor honor. It is not mand on the part of the valley farmers been in many months.
prise, not to say mortification. Tens that which gives us place, but conduct for the purchase of the locks. The
C. V anderbilt .”
of thousands of dollars annually find which makes the solid distinction. members of the Willamette Valley
N ew Y ork , Oct. 16.—The St. Panl
their way into the pockets of car We should know no man above us but! voted for it pretty generally, without
Corner of 4th and California Sts.»
neighbors of California from this State, for his virtues ; and none below us but regard to party, and many of them Pioneer Press' special from Bisiqark
paid out for canned fruits «nd vegeta for his vices. Entertaining this view,
. JACksoNvr.’.a, O regon .
B. F. REESER, Proprietor.
bles alone. Go into any grocery store we should seek to imitate the good, dictation of their constituents. Sev signed the treaty relinquishing the
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING TUR
in Oregon and examine the labels on though it be found under a coarse ex eral railroad bills are pending before Black Hills, on Wednesday. The
JL cti isM he ab re named sublet
fiom Kubli k Wilson, brg le re to Infoini
canned peaches, tomatoes, blackber terior, and pity the evil, though it be the Legislature, with but a limited treaty was so far modified as not to insist
tae | ub k iiiat they ¡-re de ertDined to meri',
a c HLinu rce of the patronage that hag lor iutuy
ries, strawberries, raspberries, green clothed in the finest garb and dwell iu probability of their passage. The last upon their removal to Indian Territory.
years past been conferred od <he»e justly
corn, green peas, ground mustard, or luxury. We would never become ob
building on paper, and the benefits tion go into camp to-morrow, and will
any other article of the kind, ar.d you sequious in lhe wrong place.
will find almost invariably that it is a
Call no man mean, low or vulgar be
We have constantly on hind the very best
California production. These are arti cause he tills the soil or stands before are not sufficient to justify a continua Gen. Sturgis, en route to join his regi
cles of general use, and all of them the work bench, for in a point of true tion of that kind of business. The bill ment, will probably command the ex
aving just returned from san
could be produced and put up in this worth and manhood, he may bo much
Francisco, wi.h the be»i ktitc.ed ».uck of
State at as little expense as in Califor superior to the president of some bank,
nia. What part of the world will equal some eminent liquor dealer br Wall tax upon the people. It can only pass guinary conflict between a number of
tramps and drunken miners occurred
And can faruieb our customer« with a tip-top turn
Jackson County in producing all the Street broker, or the rich nabob who by the most
out al any lime.
this morning near Shamokin, in the
fruits and other articles we have dwells in his palace.
And traffic in votes. That there is a Northumberland coal region. The fight
named ? That locality eannot be found
The virtuous and right-minded sons disposition in some quarters to resort
lasted several hours, and resulted in
. on the face of the globe. The latitude of toil are nature’s noblemen ; they are
Oo re‘iFon‘>b’e ter mt», anl the
of cire and atten
tion bes.owed upon them w bile under their caarge.
and soil of Southern Oregon, and es lovers of good, lovers of nature, lovers to this mode of achieving success in the death of three participants,—one
pecially of this county, are peculiarly of each other ; they were not born to the passage of many big jobs and miner who was, until recently, em
adapted to the production of small shine, nor to be the recipients of empty measures is daily growing more and ployed in the collieries of Mineral Run
Horses Bought and Sold.
fruits. Other varieties succeed equal honor ; but they were born to be mcn more apparent ; especially are mem Mining Railroad Company. Subse
We will guirantee saVsfjction io &1I our traoB-
bers of tbe Third House open and em quently some strikers from one of the
C ab . dwi . ll k M i M ahos .
ly as well. A great qaantity of such and a nation’s bulwark.”
fruits are raised, and, for want of a
r|SBE UNDERSIGNED,TnANKING OUR FA
to “ become to each other instruments the riot. One of these, known as “ Big
IL non« f<>r toe hb-rul patroni se bestowed. U|-oD
market in which to dispose of them
utduriigour ccm-iuu with ue V l I ou Livery
just as they are plucked from the vines
St. b ec, uo'.kl beejrt-ak u cutilino u.ce of rt.e » me
The ninth biennial session of the lobbying, I am reminded the county ot ment along the Shamokin branch of
to our tuaesiure.
K vdli k W ilsox .
and treeB, they are permitted to go to Oregon State Legislature completes its
No. 17; tf.
the Northern Central R. R., and in
waste from year to year. We might forty days’ sitting to-day and will prob
furnishing untiring,cheeky and ubiqui stantly killed by a passing train. 90
mention a hundred other articles sold ably adjourn. Aside from electing a
S ubscribe for the
in our markets, and brought from other United States Senator, the business
Ere- hrem-ht to A«b!..ni, I em p-fpn-e-T to *el
» ik .'X i mv Ime, I UR CAoll, ime.., er Umu
States, which could be furnished by which has occupied the attention of In vain do Senators and Representa him. After the fight, some of the par evr
home industry and of home production, the lato session has not been of such a tives ’mplore to be delivered from tbe ty went to another part of the region
just entering its second yeir it is
if the people were inclined to turn character as to excite any great interest
Time ENLARGED ANO IMPROVED,
STOVES, NAILS, RCPE,
their attention to the business.
among tho people at large. Much of proportion as Lake County grows in
to g and wor’hy tie pal'onage of
These are the channels through the time Jias been spent in the ap
well-wi-ber ol the Pacific
a slight increase in the number of HORSE-SHOES, AXES, CARPENTER TOOLS,
which the people’s money find its way pointment of investigating committees
North west. It is
out of the country, and until these to look after supposed or real derilec- crease the difficulties of getting ordi smallpox cases reported lust week over
nary human beings to come here and the preceding week—39 to 28. It is
drains are stopped we may expect to tions of duty among State officers and
by the leading arista ob the Coast. Some of
sacrifice themselves to such a rigorous considered possible that the present Ani everythirg kept in a flret-cl-*B
hear the cry of hard times. Home in appointees. As has always been the
process of boring. The championing dull, rainy weather may facilitate the
THE ABLEST WRITERS
dustry and enterprise is what is most case these committees have gone through
of aDy measure by such lobbyists as 1 spread of the disease. It rained quite
in the pacific Northwest contribute to its
needed. The establishment of fruit the formula of calling on the officer, have been speaking of is always fatal
columns. As a
heavily before daylight this morning,
dryers throughout the State is a good passing a few compliments and perhaps
to it. S. B. 85 (providing for further and it has been dump and cloudy all
beginning. Let it be followed up by dining with him, and reported every
payments of swamp land in warrants day, with a prospect of more rain.
other enterprises, such as we referred thing lovely in that quarter.
it stands at the head of Pacific Coast publi-
drawD on the swamp land fund) is with
ca.ions. As a paper to
to, and better times will soon dawn up But few general laws have been en
them an object of especial solicitude at Orleans special says : Only four deaths
SEND TO FRIENDS
on the State. We import too much acted, which is a fact upon which the
Agency for the
present, and I am warranted thereby in lrom yellow fever occurred here during
* and do not export enough, and no people certainly feel like congratulat
abro ul. it ha’ no equal. A «ingle number
predicting its defeat whenever it comeB the week ending Sunday evenir.g.'^Y'iie
will give tiiem a be.ier idea of Oregon as d
thoughtful man can look upon our pres ing both themselves and the Legisla
[ I Wafu'.Higton Territory than m year’s numbers
ent condition without admitting that ture. Some laws have been changed
Wilcox & Gibbs’ Sewihg Machines, I of any o.inr pjper. Siibwiipiion price,
there is a sad lack of enterprise among and amended but no serious innovation
81.50 PER YEAH,
“ forbearance ceases to be a virtue.”
has been mado on our statutes. Next And not a few of the members are cun- no danger to visitors.
including postage. Sample number, 20 cfs.
S avannah , Oct. 16.—Deaths from
week we shall review the work of the gratulating themselves upon the fact
Retribution at Last
yellow fever, three.
Address the pabF-her,
session and comment as we may deem that the close of the present week will
L ondon , Oct. 16.—A telegram from
p. O. B »x 3,
set them free from “ daily contact with Madrid states that the Bishop of Minor-
John D. Lee, the atrocious monster
iu. . fid.Ogn.
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who led the Mormons and Indians
the things they loathe.” Of another co has issued a new circular enjoinirg
or Gv nuer oa any < f lav I’urdied tJasiuts« H< u 2».
who perpetrated the Mountain Mead
and different turn is the leading
on the masters of primary schools not
THE BAIN WAGON,
The Greenback Convention mGt in
ow Massacre, in 1856, has been at last
LOBBYIST FROM JACKSON.
to admit the sods of Protestants and
brought to justice by a Utah Court. Salem, October IGth, and nominated
He settles down to the work with si other dissenters.
THE ASHLAND ACADEMY.
The details of that inhuman outrage Fred. Sutherlin, of Douglas, Daü. lent resignation, as if he intended to
he Fall Term of tl e Ashland Academy
have, from time to time, been brought Clark, of Marion and Bait. Curl, of remain nil Winter. Like “ Patience
will vomintiice on next Monday, Sept,
forth during the trials to which Lee
on a Monument,” whenever the session
S ftckf . lmter .—In Ashland, on the
has been subjected. For cold-blooded er ticket.
of the lloase opens in the morning he IGtb inst., Bartha J. Spickelmier, agtd
All expecting to attend, will do well to
lie pre»e it the first day.
atrocity they cannot be equaled in the
takes a seat at the reporters’ stand and 22 years.
TaaiikTig our fiends for their liberal pat
Deceased leaves a husband and three
record of crime anywhere. For twenty
looks the embodiment of disinterested
ronace i t the p ist, we b»-speMk its hier» ase
S alem , Oct. 15th, 1876.
years the perpetrators of this crime
wiedom as long as he keeps awake— children to mouru her sudden depart
for the future. Sch Lr< rciy en er at any
time during the t'-. m Tuition charged only
have been running at large, protected
which usually is not long—and when
A1 iv.i s GJ Luud, auu nude io c.der, the very best for the time in attendance
under the murky wing of the Mormon just closed has been a busy one for Morpheus does enfold him iu bis extend the tendercst sym} atby and con quiil.y of
J. II. SKIDMORE, Prierlpal.
Church. From facts elicited during hack drivers, shop keepers, showmen, soporific arms, I am sorry to say that dolence.
TIN, SHEET-CON & CSPPER-WARE,
the course of Lee’s trial it is morally State Fair officials, and nearly every the Knights of the Quill mill have their
NO CENTENNIAL FOR
P.jduce taken in exchange for «r^od».
certain that the Mormon Priesthood body else except our law makers. The amusement at his expense. AmoDg
IH T ERESTING TO FARMERS!
E. F. REESER.
were not only cognizant to the massa
the bills that have passed both Houses
'|>HE UNDESIGNED. BELIEVING IT
cre, but many of them participated in been asked in point of favorableness ; is an act in relation to quartz leads. ONE HUNDRED YEARS!
N. B - All p'’«'-n«in<i(-hte1 tn me by ro‘e cr ue. JL to be to the mutual advantage of
it and shared in the division made of the crowd has been large, oiderly aDd It makes tbe State law conform to
cocu , vi i pv. >e c > nt* f ¿ward ani p..y up w.tb n
t Ja.y it. «, uLd 6. re cuä.i.
the bloody booty. Brigham Young is good-natured, and, if not as lavish in that of Congress. Some important
Millers and Farmers,
E F Tî
known to have been privy to the whole
amendments to the road law have also
Have made arrangements whereby tL®
pay come o.ue
affair, but, by the use of suborned wit
been effected, but the matter is not in
Ashland ¿nd Phoenix Mills,
nesses, it has been made to appear that institutions of the Fair Ground as definite shape. The House has amend
A. D. HELMAX.
J. D. FOUNTAIN.
he did not actually participate in the
ed the school law so as to substitute
Will be under the management of J a
slaughter. Lee has been made a vicari
cob W agner . who will have charge of
district uniformity of text-books for
And buy nice Lu’.t and eli ule trees.
both Mills for t’ e Company during lhe ensu
ous offering to bear away the sins of
State uniformity, but it is doubtful if
ing year, ending July 1-t, 1877.
others of the Mormon leaders equally affairs. The
the Senate will concur. W. W ilson .
We wi l pay il>e highest market price for
EXHIBITION OF STOCK,
guilty. The sentence of the court is
good m■ rchnnt ¡ble whe -t, and aie prepared
NOW IS THE TIME TO PLANT
to contract fi-Hir at $18.00 per tloasand
that be be executed on the 26th day of I think, has been better than usual.
T ees, and I rm bnimd to «e’l c'letp for CLsh. 1 J RAVING PURCHASED THE ENTIRE STOCK pounds at tie Mills.
January next. The laws of Utah give In cattle and hogs the exhibition could
Office of th»* Company at lhe Ashland
[Fron the Daily Oregonian.]
will sell fine bi:uir 4 tiees i>y ne itoouJ
Band fir etveu ecu «each ;
criminals, whose doom is to be execut not easily be beaten. But the beet
ew Y ork , Oct. 16.—Chas. Sodgwiok
not less Ur m £f y
ed, the right to choose between hang showing of all was probably made in Hunt, a well known journalist, died at
trees of «rittv.ii.-
tty to be
ing, beheading and being shot. Lee
his residence in this city yesterday.
PLANTED IN ON E ORC1IAUD
has signified his preference to be shot. was admirubly represented, and, if one
Among the notices read by Mr.
Thus, though justice has been tardy, did not come off victorious in the vari Beecher from the palpit yesterday was W.?o is ’he tacky
who «i'l Me sw y be
New Arrival of Medicines,
it has at last overtaken one of the per ous contests for speed, she nevertheless one informing the congregation that C st one thon*ao»i ? TWENTY THOUSAND, oaiy DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, LOOTS k SHOES,
live ceir.e each—all a i
— AT THE —
petrators of the most cold blooded and came in for a reasonable share of the the Women’s Union Missionary Society
FINE GRAFTED FRUIT!
dastardly crime that ever stained the premiums, besides making an enviable would hold a three days’ convention
record for fleetness. Tolman’s fonr-
As the e Is io America. FIFTEEN THOUSAND
pages of criminal jurisprudence.
line be lirg
ruois, fo.'cue mtliiig sum of two
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year-old, “Scamperdown,” has demon
c nt a each !
TEE UNDERSIGNED TAKER PLEASURE IN
strated his worthiness to rank among Arriving at that point Beecher hesitat ROSES, DAHLTAS,
The Darien Canal.
1 Cul ’i.g the at eu km of tue jubile lo bla rew luì
ed a moment, and then said impress
the fastest nags of the State ; an ani
well bekc.ed ttock of ‘
ively : “ I am sorry that the place se
The isthmus is now being searched mal, to run with such horses as Tom
lected to hold this convention is one Green house plant», e.c., la profusion.
O. C oolidge .
all over, from Nicaragua to south of Merry and Ryestraw, is necessarily which will necessarily prevent many of see them.
Ashland Business Association,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Panama, for the most feasible route for under very pressing obligations to
you from attending. Of all places
HE STILL LIVES.
an inter-ocean canal, and up to the “ get up and dust,” and the ability of which might have been selected, I
Jaü revived fiom San Franc'sco, which he la offer-
ù g al the
present time no special line has been
think there is some one where it would
decided upon. The lowest estimates is conceded on all bands. In fact, it is not have been an offense for you to
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
ARCHITECT AN J UOL’SEEtILDER.
of the cost have been SCO,000,000, and the opinion of many good jadges that go.”
Granite Street, - • Ashland. Purpose ee’llrg the Baine on term» and at price« .IT** tn* e’en on haml a laige variety of CANDIES,
the highest $250,000,000. One route he is the fastest animal, and will event
to ftuii tile times.
N U IS, SW EET CAKES hi .»I utber no ioua utuaily
proposed is 136 miles of canal excava ually prove (with a little more age and
kept in .. L>»;-Ciia»uiug »io.e. He axouid uleo c-U
until ion to hi«
tion ; while an American survey by training) the best horse in the State. Vanderbilt died this morning at 10:20
anything in my line
ALSO BOOKS, STATIONERY,
Com. Selfridge, by the Nappi route, is Tolman’s two-year-old, I believe, was o’clock.
Overland Condition Powders!
ON SHOUT NOTICE
only twenty-eight miles of canal, the ruled out of the two-year-old race on
AND AT ThE LOWcST TERMS.
Beh g ol-hl« own manor■ ctore te cip confidently
rest of the distance being navigable some technical grounds. A great deal not dead.
return mend them. He ajao prepares u Syrup of
river ; but three miles of the excava of money was expended on premiums
N ew Y ork , Oct. 16.—The Evening
tion would be tunnel, and there would for speed, and I think satisfaction was Post notifies the agent of the Western
be 200 feet lockage. If this canal ever given to all concerned. The other de Associated Press that Vanderbilt is not Made to order.
&C., Ac., Ac.,
For Co'd-, Cough« and DiMaeea of the Lot g», which
becomes an accomplished fact, it will partments of the Fair were fully up to dead. The dispatch to the New York
be ba» ut>ed m ny yeure in hie practice, and found to
be a very serious competitor to our former years.
Associated Press announcing the death,
be a Very vala^bx remedy.
Wheat, Oats, Lumber, or Ca>h taken in Produce taken in exchange at the highest market
J. II. Chitwood.
system of overland railways to an ex-
purporting to be signed by Dr. DeSms, exchange for work. Call and see me.
HELMAN k FOUNTAIN.
band an aeeortment of
tset not pleasant to contemplate.
Ashland, June 23d, 1876.
Our law makers have but one more was the work of gome trickster here.
Ashland, Jose pth, IMG.
WINES and LIQUORS for awdidnal purpoee*.
Ashland Drug Store 1
I. o. MILLER,
P. of H.,
Candies, Nuts, Toys,