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OCTOBER 21, 1874.
Agents for the Tidings.
8. M. Pettinri l a Co.,
Rockwell & Cae.iman,
L. P. Fi.ner,
..... Bin Francisco.
J. R. Neil,
C. 8 Sargent,
Ed. R. Owen,
Mine Aflie W. Colvig,
C. B. Watson, General Agent for Like county.
ASHLAND P O. REGISTER.
Stages leave Ashlaud as follows:
The O. 4 C. Stage Co.’s Stage leave Ashland
for Jacksonville, Rock Point and Rosf-
burg e-ery day at 6 a. m. Mail clones at
5:30 a. m.
For llenly, Yteka and Reading at 6 p. m.
Mail clo-es at 5:30 p. m.
Hetlon A Garrett’s Stages leave Ashland
every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
mornings for Linkville, and return on
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Leave Linkville for Lake City, California,
Wednesdays ; arrive at Lake City Satur
days; leive Lake City Mondays; arrive
at Linkville Thursdays, carrying mail and
Regular pas-enger wagon leaves Ashland
for Linkville every Monday morning, and
returns every Saturday.
A. D. HELMAN, P. M.
Tilden and Hendricks Club
D istrict S chool H ouse , i
A shland , Oct. 16th, 1876. f
Pursuant to adjournment the Tilden
and Hendricks Club met at the usual
hour, President E. DePeatt in the
The Secretary being absent Mr. J. D.
Fountain was appointed Secretary pro
Minutes of previous meeting read
Motion that the regular meetings of
the club be held on Monday evening of
each week ; prevailed.
Tue President then introduced Mr.
Win. M. Colvig, of Rock Point, who
proceeded to address the club in a
yery able and eloquent manner.
After which the club adjourned to
meet Monday evening, October 23d.
E. D e P eatt , President.
J. D. F ountain , Secretary pro tem.
I f you want to eee the moat beauti
The following officers of the State ful seta of glassware that ever were
Agricultural Society were elected at shown in any market just edge in
the annual meeting last evening for among th« crowd of customer» who
constantly besiege J. M. McCall A
the ensuing year :
Co.’a store and yon will find them.
W. P. Watson, President.
C. P. Buckhart, of Linn, and J. W.
Tatom, of Polk, Vice Presidents.
Ladd & Bush, Treasurer.
E. M. Waite, Secretary.
B oard of D irectors .
G. W. Hunt, Marion ; Jos. Hamil
ton, Linn ; M. J. Basket!, Polk.; C. P.
Bacon, Multnomah ; M. Wilkins,
Lane ; <T. N. T. Miller, Jaokson ; A.
LuelliDg, Washington ; Seth Luelling,
Clackamas; R. W. Wilson, Tillamook;
B. fl. Stewart. Yambill ; Jos. Kelsay,
Benton ; and other names unable to
Dissolution of Co-partnership,
otice is given that the co - part .
nerohtp heretofore exle'irg between 1.1)., L.
B.&D1O. C. Applegate, under the firm name of
Applegate Bros., ig this day dissolved by mutual
con*?Pl~9 C- Applegnte withdrawing. A co-part
nership wi 1 be continued by the remaining parties,
under the name of I. D. & L. B. Applegate.
O. C. APPLVGATK,
L. B. A pplxgate ,
I. D. A pplegate .
S wan L& ee , Lake County, Oregon, September
S kidmorh returned from
Yreka, last Tuesday morning, and has
taken personal charge of the Ashland
Academy, where he will be found in
the future, as is the past, at his post
M essrs . H enry K lippel and Wm.
H. Odell, opposing candidates for
Presidential Elector, will address the
people of Ashland, at the District
School House, this afternoon at 2
Miss I rene C hitwood , daughter of
Dr. J. H. Chitwood, of this place, has
gone to Bonanza, Lake County, where
We are allowed to clip the following she has been engaged to teach a Winter
school. Mias Irene is an accomplished
from a private letter from Salem :
The attendance at the State Fair was
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not so large as in past years. The
O ur fair and talented correspondent
scarcity of money was everywhere re “Sierra,” is paying our town a visit. Ashland,
Miss Eva Miller, of Rock Point, is al
Stand-keepers and exhibitors barely so paying a visit to friends here.
Marsh & Valpey.
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T he travel to and from Oregon, on
D. L. Emerson, of California, is
ll kinds of planing , mould -
teaching elocution at Willamette Uni the stage line, has been about equal for
ing, Circular and Scroll-Sawing done
the past month.
Our old friend Frank Hodgkin re O ur Winter’s supply of paper has
ported the Senate, during the late ses arrived and the T idings folks aro hap SASH,
sion, for the Oregonian, Statesman, py-
Mercury, Albany Democrat and Standard.
plenty and chet.p.
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P rof .
Alleger, Bowlby & Co.’s ASHLAND STORE,
J. M. McCALL & Co., Propr’s.
Read Their News.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
E. Lauer has bought out the interest
of his partner, Louis Cohn, in the
store at Dorris Bridge, or Alturas.
Thos. McClure has been nominated
by the Democrats for Supervisor of
District No. 3. E. Lauer is also out
as a People’s candidate in opposition.
Henry Mann challenges any horse in
Modoc, Siskiyou, Plumas or Lassen
Counties to rnn his horse, two miles
and repeat, for $1,000.
Ox teams have arrived from Ashland,
with Oregon flour.
Emporium of Ashland.
G rape season about over.
W heat CO cents.
• BREAKFAST, DINING
Af er thanking our many kind Patrons ng MO
for past favore, we wish to call their at- II I
ten ion to our large stock of F all and f 0
W inter G oods , just received trona 8. F.
By Grand Lodge of Oregon, al its last
Surpasses in tone and power any Reed Organ here
tofore manufactured in this country. It
has beeu tested by many
To the G rand L odge , I. O. G. T.:
Your Committee to whom were referred
certain questions, report as follows :
1. Can two or more candidates for in
UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION !
itiation be balloted for at one time ?
Ans. Yes ; but in case one or more
black balls appear, the ballot shall then ( CHAIRS,
be taken upon each applicant sepa
2. Cm a member plead guilty after
E astern O regon .— The Dalles
Our Bonanza correspondent sends a committee has been appointed to in
By a eki lful nee of the etop«, and of the patent
Mounttineer, with much commendable the following :
BOARDS, knee swell, the maeic la adapted to the hurnaD voice,
vestigate such charges ? Ans. Yes.
ranging from the eofleet flute-like Dote to a vclume
pride, says : “ Eastern Oregon will
Stock is in fine order. Buyers have
3. Is it right, after a second ballot
soon have a world wide reputation for all gone south.
for officers, to confine the voting to the And all kinds of furniture on hand, and
it« fine stock. New importations and
A speck of war appeared here last two highest candidates ? Ans. Yes, if made to order.
new purchases are made nearly every Friday. Shooting-irons were drawn, there is a by-law to that effect.
UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER
week, by some of the citizens living in bot no bj0Oj gbe<3>
4. In case of an appeal from the de
the great pastoral region lying east of
Sheep-shearers are scarce. Locky cision of the W. C. T., is not that offi Of superior quality, and latest styles
the Cascade range of mountains. This has about two thousand yet to shear.
cer obliged to put the question, “Shall mid« to ord»*r.
Instrument. The proprietors have noted carefully,
week we have the pleasure of record
House, Sign an<l Ornamental Painting and for many years, the imperfections and reeds of the
Potatoes are worth one and a half
ing the purchase, by Messrs. Nye
Graining done 1o order in the Mil), or in reed instruments, and airee t their practical experience
A ds . Yes.
the country. Canvassing ceiling, Paper
the corree Ion of such imperfections, and their ex
¿Todd, of the horse ‘Champion,’«
5. Does a member by playing bil binging, Calsoniining, Whitewashing, &c. to
periments have resulted in the production of a quality
very flue, dark mahogany bay, fifteen
liards or cards, in a saloon, violate bis on shortest poi-ible no ice.
of tone which assimilates so closely to the
The undersigned takes this opportunity
and a half Land stallion, weighing 1,200 a ready sale here.
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ol tendering our thanks to our many friends
pounds. This horse has a very stylish
C aptured .—The murderer, Carousi,
6. Can an officer be re-obligated with and patrons lor liberal favors during the
action, trots easily in 2:50, and is a good who shot Gordon on the moruiDg of out losing his office ? Apy. s No.
last two years, and are happy to say that we
have, during the last winter and spring,
roadster. He is remarkably kind and the 6th, in Scott Valley, after making
7. If an officer resigns his oflieb' can erected
PIPE ORGAN QUALITY
additional machinery, and improved
gentle in disposition, aud has bred a hard trip over the mountains to he be re-instated n a-jy other v wy than our facilities
for mnnufactuiing in the above
some of the fiaest trotters, and his reach Oregon, arrived at Roseburg, and by ballot ? Ans. Ne. z '
line of business.
MARSH & VALPEY.
stock has a wide reputation for boing was arrested by the Sheriff’ of Doug 8. Must such re-ele Jted officer be in
Ashland, June 17th, 1876.
That le difficult to dietlrgnish between the two.
good, active and fast roadsters. Col. las County, and Wm. Gordon, a broth stalled ? Ans. Yes.
Thle instrument has all the
Nye drove ‘ Champion ’ through the er of the deceased. He has been de 9. Must all elective officers be full
streets, this week, and his style and livered to the proper authorities and at degree members? Ans. Only the W. ;
action attracted universal attention.”
last account his case was being inves C. T., and W. V. T. need be full de
S ad .—"’Tie sad, when times are hard,
10. Can a Subordinate Lodge fill the
D ollars R ew ard .—
to pay six bitB a glass for lemonade.
And every organ Is fully warranted. Large OU
in the constitution relative to
Tu* sometimes hard to hear the answer Posters may be seen abont town which fines, etc., without submitting the
Polish, Black Walnut Panelled Cases
that forms, in addition to a
same to the Grand Secretary ? Ans.
blasted—no matter how 'tie dooe ; ’tis Pogue A Brox, of Rice Valley, Lake All by-laws adopted by Subordinate Ho 1 U nto A ll W ho T hirst !
of music, a
sad, on Sunday eve., to wait two hours County, offer §2,000 for the arrest aod Lodges, and all amendments by filling
COME YE UNTO THE
for the coming stage ; ead to seo the conviction of John Mazino, who is blanks or otherwise, should be sub
wouldbo groom become so Hoffy as to charged with the murder of P. D. mitted to this Grand Lodge, or in the
BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF FURLITURE.
force b friend to walk a Milo(r) more, Pogue, of the same place. The mnr- interim between seesions to the G. W.
acd to fall in the creek besides, but der was committed October 3d, in the C. T. for approval.
EaJder still to drive sixteen miles,
11. In case a charge is preferred
with bright hopas of matrimony dwell B revet . Col. E. C. Mason, U. 8- against a member, can evidence be
ing in the heart, only to realize that his A., sojourned at the Ashland House lawfully taken from persons who are
Without Money, and Without
girl bad gone back on him. Oh ! how from Saturday until Monday last, when not members of the Order ? Ans. Yes.
sad to see her fail to connect at such a he proceeded on his journey to assume
This organ neele only to be seen to be apprtdated,
L e F. A. S haw ,
and 1. sold at extremely
time. But it should be a consolation command of the military post of Van
W m . G rant ,
rjMIE UNDERSIGNED are now keeping
to him to know that the invited guests couver. Col. Mason was one of the
G. A. D yson ,
deeply sympathize with him in this, officers who bore an honorable part in
hie tore affliction, and whether he be at the Modoc war. He has just returned
The Committee on Appeals submit
home or abroad, in crowded street or from a visit to his old home at Colum ted the following :
the noisy tin-shop, their sympathy will bus, Ohio.
Q uestion : Bro. “ A,” of Peoria and having repaired and refiied the same,
are now prepared to accommodate all who
I t is said that one of the editors of Lodge, No. 260, I. O. G. T., was may favor us with a call. Prices to suit
D omesticated . — Mr. Lindsey Ap a Portland paper, soon after commenc charged with having violated his obli these hard limo?.
plegate has in his orchard, and ad ing to learn the printing business, gation, and after due trial, was found
joining park, fifteen domesticated deer, went to see a preacher’s daughter.
county in the United States
from seven years old to last Spring When he attended churoh be was con ish by suspending Bro. “ A,” for one Will still bo a speciality. All orders In (Male or female) in every
fawns. Among the number he has two siderably astonished at bearing the month—after the expiration of that this lino promptly tilled iu the best manner
“mule deer,” a species found east of minister announce as his text, “ My time to re-obligate him. He was duly and at reasonable rates,
the mountains, and much larger than danghter is grievously tormented with re-obligated. It was ascertained that Address, as usual,
J. II. & A. H. RUSSELL, Ashland.
the black tail, or common deer. These a devil.
during his suspension. Now, what
beautiful animals are gentle as pet
S iskiyou C ounty F air .—The elev can Peoria Lodge do with the offend
lambs and will permit themselves fon enth annual fair of the Siskiyou Coun
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
dled upon with equal manifestations of
ty Agricultural Society closed at Yreka,
Submitted in F. H. and C.,
delight. Mr. Applegate has also a
HE UNDERSIGN ED WILL BE FOUND
last Saturday. The Journal of last
P. G ilbert .
-WILL BE —
at b's shop on Main street, two doors
flock of domesticated wild geese, as Wednesday gave an elaborate report of
the livery stable?, where be is prepares
gentle as those raised upon the farm. the proceedings, from which we should
to do all kinds of work in his line at the
These denizens of the lake and forest infer that our neighbors across the nothing can be done with the Brother. lowest price.
Made to Teachers, Ministers, Churches, School.
W. B. C arter ,
seem as well contented as though they line Lad a good time.
WAGONS, BUGGIES AND ALL KINDS Lodges, etc., where there is no agent for the S:ar,
J. H. F rush ,
Organ. Illustrated catalogue atxl price list free.
inhabited their native retreats.
Correspondence solicited. Address the manufactu
D uring the recent “ occulation ” of
O cr T rade with C alifornia .—The Saturn by the moon, or in other words,
W. M auzey ,
Repairing of all kinds done with dispatch, rers,
San Francisco Commercial Herald of < th when the moon passed between Satnrn
call and see me.
J. W. S trange ,
inst. contains the following in an arti and the earth, several astronomers who
cle about the Oregon Steamship Com were watching the phenomenon say
The above reports were adopted. In
pany : “ Onr relations with Oregon they distinctly heard the people of Ba the case of Bro. “A,” of Peoria Lodge,
ON THE TRADE.
are steadily increasing* in importance, turn yelling “Down front!” to the the Lodge should have required his re
wisn TO SAY TO MY PATRONS
WASHINGTON, N. J.
with the prospect of beiDg, at no dis
that I am prepared to take in payment
tant future, equal to those which have
of subscription to the T idings all kinds of
if, dnring suspension, he violated the
long subsisted between California and
ptoduce, such as Wheat, Fiour,
C hina is now our second best cus obligation again, he would be liable to Lumber, Wood,
the Atlantic States.” Let California
Dried Fruit, Eggs, Butter,
encourage, by every means at her com tomer for flour, 51,967 barrels having a penalty. You will notice that his re- Cheese, Beaos, Bacon, Lard, etc. Arrange
mand, the completion of the Califor been shipped there from San Francisco > obligation took place at the expiration ments have been mad°, whereby parties
nia <fc Oregon R. R. to the State line, since 1st July, as also 5,164 centals of ' of his suspension, and after he had bringing in more produce than enough to
T. B. M c M urtrte ,
and she will enhance the importance
-hoat-nouly ‘tree time. th. .mount ; drank the second time.
E dward P lotts .
chandise at CASH RATES tor the balance. C. P. B owlby ,
of our 1______ ____
' of iny post year.
(■•pt. 27. ’76: 1 yr.)
J. B. N. B ell , S. D. G. W. C. T.
We have any thing you
may need in our line.
Our new stock contains
a large assortment of
ry G oods , G roceries , TX
C D BOOTS
Ready-made Clothing, Hats, T
» and Millinery Goods.
WE KEEP HARDWARE, IRON. 0
SJEEL, N AILS, BOLTS, GLASS, ÍJ
HORSE SHOES, SHOE-SHAPE, ROPE,
WOOL SACKS, PAINT8, O1L8
SOAP AN D CUTLERY.
FARMING 1MPI.EMENT, CROCKERY
A nd FRUIT CANS.
Oilcloth for fables and
A L arge and C hoice
S election of TEAS.
The Soda Spring House
I — ■
A Vagón Shop.
Alleger,Bowlby & Co.,
We have just received a select
assortment of the best brands of
CIGARS AND PIPES.
We will sell our goods at the
lowest cash price, or exchange for
all kinds of
We see no cause to change our
It still remains
‘‘Quick Sales & Small Profits.”
Call and examine our stock, and
if you do not see what you want,
C all for it .
Sept. 21st, 1876.
NURSE & THATCHER,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HAT8,
CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES,
HARDWARE, FANCY GOODS,
Y ankee N otions ,
Groceries, Crockery, Paints, Oils, Etc.,