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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1877)
.. JULY 6,
Agents for the Tidings-
F. M. Pettini 1 Ac Co.,
Rockwell Ac Cbeeaman,
L. P. Fisher,.............................. 8w krancieco.
J&R* n ST** - ' -
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Ed. R. Oaen,
Mise Artie W. Coirle,
C. B. Watson, General Agent for Lake county.
In the trial of Lowe vs. Patterson
it al, in Jnstice Sutton’s court thi
week, judgement was rendered for th<
plaintiff in the sum of §27.50.
Our city marshal has made one or
two arrests for fast riding on the streets,
lately, so our boys will havo to bigiu to
look a “leedle out purty soon.”
TLe following is a list of contracts
awarded for mail service in Ogn: Goose
i Lake to Prineville, Alfred R. Jones,
§3,275; Cauyon City to Camp Mc
ASHLAND P O. REGISTER.
Dermott, S. S. Huntley §5, 590; Astoria
Stages leave Ashland as follows: to Gray’s river, rejected, the lowest,
The O. A C. Stage Co.’s Stage leave Ashland §9,000, being considered too high.
for Jacksonville, Rock Point and Rose
burg every day at 6 a. m. Mail clones at
5:30 a. m.
For Henly, Yteka and Reading at 6 p. in.
Mail clo’es at 5:30 p. m.
Hatton 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 ; leave Lake City Mondays ; arrive
at Linkville Thursdays, carrying mail and
Regular passenger wagon leaves Ashland
for Linkville every Monday morning, and
returns every Saturday.
A. D. 11 ELMAN, P. M.
and according to law of gravitation
went down—if it were an india rubber
child it would have been turned inside
out in no time, however the casuality
did not result seriously.
—At their last regular meeting,
Jacksonville Lodge No. 10, I. O. O.
I’., elected the following officers for
the eusuing term: S. J. Day, N. G;
Dan. Cronemiller,V. G.; Kasper Kubli,
R. 8.; F. Levy, T.
—Preparations are nearly completed
*0 sta.t an Encampment branch of the
I. O. O. F. at this place.
—We will gusli and enthuso with
powder and patriotism to-morrow, and
then gorged with music “andeofoxili,”
retire on our dignified laurels and ‘'et
cetera” next day.
—A storo will be opened soon in the
building formerly occupied by the
Electro Galvauo Magneto, thunder and
lightening man, next to Dillons Saloon.
—Five new glass has been put in
Miss McCully’s show case, the gentle
men must feel greatly agitated when
they visit her store.
T iieobold .
The staff of Gen. M. V. Brown will
be composed as follows, should the
services of the State Militia be requir
ed: E. C’ahalin, Major and Chief of
Staff; Majors’Herren, and Parker, A.
This Splendid Stallion,
A. Generals; John M. Gearin, Captain
and Aid-de-Camp, and Harry McCor Will be kept nt my Stable
mick has also been appointed Aid-de-
just East ot Ashland dur
Camp with the rank of Captain.
ing the Ensuing
Tho Senatorial Investigating Com
mittee have organized, in Portland, and
UE.X © © JI kEl UÌ
commenced taking testimony. Up to
this writing ex-Superintenclent Wat- Is a dark brown horse, eleven years ool
kinds is the only witness examined, and
and sixteen band- huh, and lie can trot.
bis mile inside of three minutes.
he. has only evidenced wlfat he knows
about legislatures in general.
War, War, War.
Russia and Turkey,
Our pie niiwelebration passed off as
J, M. McCall & Co-
smooth asjOeeled onion. Tho pro
Tboso knowing themselves indebted »» dam was a Whip mare. lie has ?p)en<ll(l ae-
gramme wa^carried out in full, Judge
to the estate of tLe late R. B. Harga- tiun and will cjinmeud uhntelf to all who ?ee him.
Tolman acting as generalissimo of the
ARE PEACEFULLY REVOLUTION
dine either by note or book account are
day. Rev. Mr. Skidmore’s oration was
hereby informed that they must pay up
pointed practical and not too long, and
I mmediately . All debts must be
FIVE, EIGHT AND TEN.
was well deceived. The Glee Club
promptly settled. There must be no
All care taken to prevent accidents, but will be re
more delay. I will be found at the eponeiole
rendered good music, and there was
more than enough to eat. Not a sign
and see me ut once.
of intoxication about the grounds nor
S ilas W. K ilgore ,
in the town, the whole day long.
D ry G oods TiiaDE
LETTER FROM A RVSTICATOR.
iho Alleghauians, Swiss bellringers
A n old saying (and not altogether an
untrue one) is, “ a penny saved is two "pOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE DES I It-
and players on glasses, gave an enter
E ditor T idings :—Tiring of tho -din
JL ing go <1 wagon work, tlie undersigned
T hey H ave J ust R eceived
tainment at this place on the evening and bustle of our busy little city, and earned;” according to this two saved is hereby
earned, and in purchasing an
of July 4th. The large Academy build feeling a sort of general lassitude for four
all times al his shop in the S. W. corner
organ if you can save §50 it is as good at
the public square Ashland Ogn; and is
Haul in your bunting.
AN IMMENSE 8TOCK OF
business, I concluded to take a trip to us §100 earned, which would go a great ready aud willing to do all work entrusted
repeated applause given, there was no tho rural districts, turned my course to way toward the purchase; you can do to me in a workmanlike manner. WAG
“Oh he couldn’t—and she couldn’t.” question about the audience’s high ap
this by buying the Star Parlor Organ. ONS. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WHEEL
the Seda Springs—a place of so much See advertisement in another column, BARROWS,
PLOW STOCKS, Ac., made SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
We’ll soon have peaches and cream preciation of the i erformance of this interest to “travelers,” of late. I pass and send for circular and price list.
to order, and repaired on short notice.
accomplished troupe. They aro all ed, for some distance, through a slight
T>'e best Eastern stock constantly on
Honck’s ice-cream was tho popular they claim to be, and none will over ly broken country, unsurpassed for
W. W. KENT NOR.
Ashland, June 17th. 1876.
regrot au evening spent at one of their beauty and fertility, in which are situa T he best of flour and fresh ground
graham and corn meal delivered in any
ted, among many other pleasant habita part of Ashland, at mill prices, by the
C. B. Watson Esq., of this place ora
Eagle Mill, also Bacon and Lard. *
ted at Brownsborough.
M urdered by I ndians .—By a private tions, the stately mansions of Messrs.
Emporium of Ashland.
EU3ANKS & FORSYTH.
The young folks had a lively dance, letter, received ut this place, informa The abundant harvest of this happy
tion has been received stating that D.
on Wednesday night.
LL THOSE DESIRING WORK
M. Coonc was murdered and thrown people is just ripening, and tho lively
in our line, will find ns ut the
Ashland’s second nine beat tho first into the Yakima river by tlie Indians clatter of farm machinery is‘beard on
Old Micbelsuii Stand” ready to serve them
and dispatch. Particular at
nine in a match game, the 4th.
about two weeks ago. His body was
Af er thanking onr many kind Patrons
Following are retailers’ prices, in the
recovered in a terribly mutilated condi
for past favors, we wish to call their aV-
Mowers aro mowing, reapers are
ten ion to our large stock of K pbino and
tion. Eastern Oregon papers, also,
Ashland Soap Factory
bUMMEK G oods , just received trona 8. F.
reaping and thrashers are thrashing.
contain an account of tho murder. Mr.
Corn Meal per.lOOtbs. §3 50.
AM NOW MANUFACrURING, AND HAVE
Nearly all of our weekly exchanges Coonc had a family residing in Waits ed to join the merry cavalcade, and did
Wheat per bushel, 75cts.
ou haul, a ^ouU uieorliieut of
“shut up” for liberty’s sake, this week. burg, W. T. He was u brotber-iu-law
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Potatoes pr lb 2cts.
of W. A. McPherson of this placo ami and we stand in the eool shade on the
We have any thing you il
LAUNDRY and TOILET SOAP,
James Clark bus been appointed an extensive stock raiser and dealer.
banks of this wonderful production of
Butter do 25c ta.
may need in our line. \z
which I offer to the trade at prices to euit the times.
postmaster at Yainax, Luke county.
nature, which gushes forth in spark Ciiceso do 20cts,
My soap has been pronounced by thus* who have
Lard in tins 15cts,
tried it, to be superior to my imported article. Give
N ew P atents —Through Dewey „V ling splendor, for the sons aud daugh Bacon—hams 1G. sides 14cts.
it a trial, and support home industry.
Tho weather couldn’t have behaved
ters of man. Of this—nature’s nectar
I waut m exchange for eoa;» 20,<»(M» lha. of rough
itself better than it did at the celebra
at my factory.
W. H. HATHAWAY.
divine—I drank “to tho dregs,” a gob
Chickens <lo §3.
Ashland. June 17th, 1876.
Our new stock contains Li
ents, granted to Pacific Coast inven
a large assortment of Xl
beautiful damsel who tendered me the
Tho Jacksonville boys say it was tors, viz:
Tea G3cts @,§1.
mSE & THATCHER,
Ashland’s blue s'diits that did it to
\V T Garratt, S. F., hydrant; J Gates. cup.) Again and again we drank; the
Syrup pr gallon. §1 50.
Portland, Ogn.. spark arrester; N W merry laugh went round, and I felt Hides—deer pr lb 15cts.
D ry Getrs, G roceries ^!
Spanning, S. F., saw-teeth; J Metz A: that “this is a good placo to be.” TLe
Apples—dried do Sets.
Tho ladies’ dresses now-a-days are E Hinman, Denver, C >1., fastening de dinner bell rang and we hastened to re Peaches
BOOTS and SIIOES,
do pitted 12’^cts.
like “Ohl Grimes’” coat—all buttoned vice for mail-bags; A B Cady, Renton, fresh the inner man with something
Ogn., compound for too manufacture
oi porcelain for dental plates, teeth, more solid than soda water. Hero I
S'nip—hard per box §1 75—soft per
Another big day is shoved out of etc.; V, J A’ V» II Clack. Salem. Ogn., met Mr. Put Smith, wife and daughter, gali'ju 20cts.
c Ready-made Clothing, Hats,
fountain; R R Ilina, Huhala Hawaii, and Mrs. Daily, of Poitlaud, who are
sight, and the people are ready for bu Hawaiian lslimis, compound steam
and Millinery Goods.
boiler; C Newman, S F., demijohn for a time sojourning at this pleasant
M. A. Swingle
ease; J Richards, Battle Moniitain, resort. Mrs. B. is, I believe, a sister Mrs. Jus, Eu-'iny <(’•
A frefli supply of new material just Nev., ore separator;'I A Wheaton, S. to Mr. Watts, of electoral fame—upon
Have opened a firet-claea
BOOTS and SIIOES.
WE KEEP HARDWARE, IRON, Q
received at tho T idings office—come on F., car propellA; F G Hesse, Oakland. whose “eligibility” hung “to be or not MILLINERY STORE
with your j ,b work.
to be” ruler over forty millions of
On Main Street
II Pitts, 8 F., baking pan; R Blair, 8. I
STEEL, NAILS, BOLTS. GLASS,
- - - - - Oregon. I YANKEE
W. A. McPhersuu Esq., has returned F., expanding it'Hiiar; T A Atkinson,
from his trip to Portland and wiil re Merced, Cil., Leo Live; R F Knox, S. hours go by unheeded—Old Sol has We have now on bund a beautiful assortment of GROCERIES, CROCKERY, TAINTS, OILS, E tc
F.. quicksilver c oden.-er; J 1* True, long since passed the meridian, and Hats, Bonnets, Shades. French Flowers, Wreaths,
main permanently among us.
HORSE SHOES, SHOE-SHATE, ROPE,
I'oucfia 8pr:i!,-:, Col, convertible chair. Bob with l.is irrepressible Linkville l’iua.es, Neck Tie«, Linen Suits, Juts, Ladies’
Finishing Guids, etc., etc etc.
WOOLSACKS, PAINTS, OILS
stage has also passed, when I find that
Harry Crandall, son of C. I’. Cran
Lake county, - - - OregOD.
80AP AN D CUTLERY.
J.U KSOXVU.J.K ITEMS.
it is time for me to say good bye—I say BUTTRICK
dell, left this place for S in Francisco,
to order, and ad or lere
last week, where he goes to reside.
it and mount my ancient but faithful from* dist nee promptly filled,
July 3d, 1877.
t: / 'Agency for Dr. BOOTS aarl SHOES,
Warner's Health Co.-set. Everythihg sold cheap fur
Several more big teams from Red — A band of Gypsies visited this place I evening i3 delightful, the air balmy,the Cash.
I FARMING IMPLEMENT,CROCKERY
ding have been unloading new goods last week telling fortunes, and one ol scenery impressive. I paused on tho
A nd FRUIT CANS.;
our citizens who believed in tho super
at McCall & Co’s, this week.
natural power of the prognostecator in-! hill before entering our embryo city, A. D. HELMAN.
J. D. FOCNTAIN.
M arried .—At the residence of tho vested a half eagle for a horoscopo of j and looked down upon it, imagined I
bride’8 parents, June 28, Mr. J.-Q. the future, and • was surprised to learn was gazing upon some village of Italy,
Oilcloth for Tables and
Willits and Miss Amy Dunn.
that we would have a conflagration I
HELMAN & FOUNTAIN,
GEORGE NUTT.EY HAS THE PLEASURE TO
ets, the domes, tho pompous priests,
N announce to the inh ibitants of Ashland «nd its
within a mouth.
the beggars, tho tqnalid poverty, and
Mr. Hutchins, formerly of Roseburg
custom-made boot or enoe, made of the
instead I saw our academy of learning,
has located here, with the intent, we
best iuateri-l. Call and see him. Shop on Main
mills, shops and factories, and I
Street, over creek, near b.idgu.
believe, of establishing a glove factory. still extend through the center of town our
Ashland, June 17th, 1876.
A L arge and C hoice
and vividly remind us of earlier days
Teamsters report the road beyond the I when our harvest was golden, it may glad that I was a citizen thereof.
S election of TEAS.
J. B. J.
Siskiyou, badly worked up by the late be au object of great interest to travel
basi ; ball .
rains. One wagon was a whole day ers, should they learn that gold could
Y&T HERERY GIVE TIMELY NOTICE TO
making the distance of two miles.
be picked up under our streets.
The following is tho score of tho
v ▼ all kno tfiDg themselves iixlebied to us that
We have just received a select
The recent term of Circuit Court for
MUST BE SETTLED Ur!
assortment of the best brands of
Books, Blank Books and
30th, 1877, between the second nine of
Lake county had but few cases. One . charges in the hospital under care
Either by money or some otter 6iti«fictory ar
rangement, by the first of January, 1877. Those
the Jacksonville, B. B. C., and the
individual by the name of Coggswell Dr. Danforth who is chief engineer
owing notes will call aud make satisfactory settle
second nine of the Ashland B. B. C. :
that machine for ono year.
ment. “A v ord to the wise-—.”
wm indicted for perjury.
J. M. M c C all & Co.
—The “bottomless pit” in front of ScoVr of A 1’.. B C.................................. U. Eubanks.
A shland , May 12, 1877.
About 1,000 people attended our cel the Post Office where the horse and Scorer of J. B. 11. C........................................ H. Pape.
ebration yesterday, whoso baskets were stage mired last week has been repair
ASHLAND B. B. C
loaded with enough good things to cat ed, now the drivers can crack their N ime’ of players
for as many more.
whips and make a fearless dash as they V Tolman, (Capt.) ] i cher.................
J\Ie r c b a nt Tnll or8
CIGARS AND PIPES.
J Eubanks, third bise..........................
Hon. Geo. Conn, of Linkville, smiled
K Kdppel, catcher..............................
I. Helmen, left field............................
in upon this week. George “took his
J Sr.ii.Ly, cer.'re field..........................
We will sell our goods at the
—A company of volunteers are ten L Wimer, right field............................
Fourth” in Ashland this time, and we
Having located permincntly in Ashland
C Gitietr, sec >nd biee..........................
(Vol. II, No. 1—tf.)
know he enjoyed it, from the way he dered Gov. Chadwick from this county C IfargadiD?, short stop.....................
and engaged in Tailoring, I respectfully lowest cash price, or exchange for
circulated among the ladle«.
solicit the patronage of the public. I will all kinds of
JACKSONVILLE H. B. O.
warrant satisfaction in all my work. I also
Tho other day one of our enterpns
—Born, on Applegate to the wife of N rrea of pl yore
Paints. I keep all kinds of Ashland Manufactured
ing blacksmiths successfully accom* James Loudon a sou. Tho old time 1, K.>-s, tC*,>,.) ietiii-11.....................
3 ’ 3 “ Averill Mixed
11 Mensor, pitcher..............................
plished the feat of shoeing a horse with rocker will be brought into service.
Woolen GoodsJor sale by the yard.
F Croi emi; er, firrt base.....................
F Drumm, catcher..............................
a kicking capacity of about fifty-six
M-nror, third base................... .
—Telegraph Office has been removed C W Mosher,
and are now better than ever. They are
no 161 f
strokes to tho second.
composed of the best materials known to
u‘in>J buikliDg, and now we R Willi ims, eeco al b s-...................
Hock -nvore, cetcre field...................
lîJTERiSTlNG TO FARMERS ! We see no cause to change our
Attention farmers ! Five hundred can expect the morning news by the Huffer, right fie.d...............................
8eemle68 sacks, five hundred grain week.
HE UNDERSIGNED, BELIEVING IT
pure Linseed Qi I
sacks, and a large Ftock of draper duck
to be to the mutual advantage of
ditch is now let, the last contract of one I
3 4 5 6 « 8 9
just received by J. M, McCall Ÿ Co.
3 4 0 4 1 4 23
STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD
mile secured by J. W. Reynolds A Co., JaCksennlie
Millers and Farmers,
1 4 1 4 1 3 17
AND PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Our city marshal, Mr. Isaac ^liller, at 25o per cubic yard. Reames Bros, Fiy citche« -Asshl
Have made atrangements whereby tho
J. Spuliag, 2; L. Wimer,
has leveled up the public square, and furnish supplies and a force of men 2; C.
i 5. Jacks-onville--11. Men-
It still remains
Which are so united by our process of man
Bor, Hockenyose, 1. Total 3.
caused the streets to be raked and have deployed ou the line.
Ashland and Phoenix Mills,
swept, which causeth our flourishing —The Presley goblia that gobbled Home runs -Athhnd—L. Uelmon, 1.
more durable, beautiful and will last Will be tinder the management of J a
lime offline—1 hour and 35 minutes.
twice as long as any other point known.
little city to look as neat as a new rag the provisions last week made another
cob W agner , who will have charge of
both Mills fur the Company during the ensu « « Quick Sales & Small Profits.
visitation and a beautiful young lady best of feeling, and the admiration of
ing year, ending July 1st, 1877.
WE EXCEPT KONE.
We will pay the highest market price for
Mr. J. W. Riggs, just in from Cali who was stopping there as company for the immense throng, that came to wit
m-Tchuntaole wheat, and are prepared
Its cost to the con«umer is considerably
fornia, has erected a tent next to the
ness the game, was plainly seen, and
ta contract flour at th«* lowest pi ice per
Cull and examine our stock, »nd
heard by the deafening cheers, for both less than the AVERILL PAINT is already thousand pounds at. the Mills.
Post office, and is prepared to take pic neighborhood aro alarmed.
Ollice of the Company at the Ashland
—A piece of alum as large as a wal Jacksonville aud Ashland. Wo hope mixed and tinted if required. For Sale by
tures of any style or size. Several
if you do not see what you want,
years’ acquaintance with Mr. Riggs, nut being applied to a child of Mr. ed on last Saturday will ever exist
WAGNER, ANDERSON A
C all for it .
J. M. McC ALL & CO ,
warrants us in saying that he is a first* Williams afflicted with the yellow among the base-ballist3 of Jackson
May 12th, 1877
Ashland, Oregon. I
no 12 if.
i thrush,slipped from tho nurse’s fingers county.
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