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THE INDIAN WAR
T^he L*wis»on 2 eller has the follow- 1
Thatcher & Worden,
S alt L ake Utah, Aug. 25—The f.-l-
It lias often been asked where did
I lowing ia the statement ot C«pt Biin-
brulge, commanding Fort Hill; Left i the Indians get all their Henry rifles
this post 2 p M., on the l'J h im-t.. j and other good guns and ammunition?
THE BEEF OUTLOOK.
for Gen Howard’s command, with an j Tiie Indians themselvs say they bought I
escort of 10 soldiers aud 50 Bomack I three of their good guns of soldiers at I
We have juet seen it stated in a San and Sh"y||<>ne »emits, anthoriz-d by ’
Francisco paper that prominent men Gm Sheridan R ached Gen. Howard I the Walla Walla garrison, that many CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES
in Humboldt Co., are about to test the nt 1 a . M., th** 22 i inst having marched of their Henry rifli9 they obtained of
practicability of tbe plan of shipping 150 miles Howard wa-» directly on the I traders at Walla Walla and amm onition
ho.-tlles’ trail one day's march iu the I j they had bought from nearly all of tbe
dressed beef to eastern marl? t-» in re rear. I inarched with him one day and |
frigerator Cars, as they find to make the left him 15 miles south of Henry’s traders, that they aho bought many
business remunerative they must seek Like, which | lace lie intended to teach cartridges of soldiers at Walla Walla,
I and sou e were obtained of sobliers at
other markets than S .n Francisco. T .e the same day. The h< sales are bully i
demoralized. There are not to exceed
Marsh & Valpey
plan of conveying beef in refrigerator’« 200 fighting men of them. I found the the last council held at Lapwai when
has already been tborongly tested we ireightcrs and ranchmen along the Gen Howard was present. Of course Groceries, Crockery, Paints, Oils, Etc
believe, both on this coast aud in tip 31 Hitana stage road iu fie valley in a these are Indian stat» indits, but there
1.1, KINDS OF PLANING. MOULD-
ay be mi re of truth than fiction in
i g. Cuiulur and Setoli Sawing den.
east and found thoroughly practicable
were on the road between Hand Holes them, and for tbe sake of white hu
The beef is thus transported without and Pleasant vailey at the time tbe hos-
any danger of bruising or of losing any tiles struck there iiaii left ibeir wagons manity we hope the order lately issued
of its essential juices while in transit, where they happened to be in most in by the president forbidding the sale of
arms aud ammunition to Indians will
We tak» pleasure in announcing that this
and is “thawed out” after a rapid ride
and had taken their stock to places ot be strictly enforced, and every man
olii uiid substantial insiitm io i is in ac
of a thousand miles or two and fouud safety l:i one ins’ance I found two
tive operatimi, luauutuciurmg from the
who violates said order lie deult with
quite as good as when first fnz-u. wagon«, one loaded with meiallie Car
without mercy. 3I-n who for the love
Thera seems to be no good reason then trulges, und another with powd-.-r, but
of gain will so j.mpir.bzs the lives of
why we may not place tho fat cat th ; the uOMiles had nut dtetiubed them
VERY BEST OF NATIVE WOOL.
I A-* soon as I pa-s«»! over the road the i moesnt m»*n, women and children by
from our exteusive Luueli gruss regions
i freighters comm» need moving again. placing in tbe hands of Iodinna the im
into eastern markets and Ritceesefully Bel eve hostile.*; have d>*tuibed no
plemei.ts of their savage butchery de
compete with Texas, New 31- lie » and 1 eight. OU the road
in fact nearly all the cattle producing ' pleas'd to get the Indian scouts, and
of its existence with brighter
portion of the east. The cattle from I ’liinks they will do him good service.
prospects than ever, and
| Howard and command are having a se
Texas and New 3Iexico lose much flesh vere campaign, but all set med iu'gO' d gauizition of a mysterious secret order
wants each of its
in transit and those fitted for the butch spirits, hoping to finish the bortiles iu called the Univeisal Brotherhood. It
er in “the States” neces-arilv cost far a short time.
is compoped i f lai orers. mt cbanicaand
more to their owners, who must feed
C hicago , Aug. 2G —The T>il>une's farmers. Lawyers, doctors, preachers,
them for month* during the long ami Washington special says government politicians, < ftiee holders,
bankers, To send in an additional name,
suowy winters from calf-hood up, than
And all other fabiiis umallv manufactured
so to make things lively these
I ation of the Indians against the whites bondholders anil speculators are rig
iu a Fihsr C lass W oolln F actukx —
the animals we raise on our sage plains hi the nort‘iwest, which some persons I idly excluded No dud is admitted to
and bunch grass hills with little inert . predict. Tne hostility between the membership who is not engaged in
attention than is given to tbe buffalc I S-onx and others, will prevei t it
some active industry involving manual
There is no ii.t* ntion of relieving l»»bi>r The order already numbers
r.nd mule deer. Then there seems to
' G-ueral Howard from command. Tin*
lie do good reason why the shipping ot i .secretary of «ar thinks he is doing the thousands and will soon be orgumzd
beef to tbe great markets of ttie eart . ; utmost possible with the few troops he in every ward in Pitsburg. Its obj-ct
may not grow into oue of the great iu- ' ; has
is to uuite the laboi ing classes cf every
H elena , Aug. 27 — II raid's special grade and profession in a common in
duscries of the country—become a p'*r-
\ LSO SOCKS and STO'KING YARN, WASH
manent and profitable busimss. In from 31»muiuth Hot Spongs, of the terest throughout the United States
C"b red or nncuiorcd, in qualities io
deed the outlook for the beef bu-iue>.-
Our party wer<" attacked to day about
respondents, proposes to be
A correspondence between Generals
was never better than it is to-day in noon. I uni tl»« only one so far as
And all kinds of furniture ou hand, and
made io order.
Eastern Oregon, a region which with ' i known tiiat escaped. Probably others Sherman and Sheridan, under date of
the 18th, describes G.bbon’a light as a
its vast acreage of 3Ieadow lands and j , v.'iil come m t"-rngiit. I will give par
severe blow to the N- z Perces, and ex-
Í <? if
almost boundless extent of grazing ■
F. J. P fister
pressed a hope that Howard will pur
country is scarcely surpassed on earth
In the country; and as it does
The paity consist, cl of, among others,
The highest market price paid1 ft’r v f snpeiior quality, and latest styles
ns a catlie country; uni from which ! , the following i"-i>niis, all residents of sue the Indians till not one is left
not deal largely in politics,
io <>• d'-r.
Gibbon is in great need of cavalry.
beeves may be driven in a few day». I H lei.a: Joe R b**rts, Amlv Weikert,
Good Native Wool in money or ni 'de
.-ign and Gimmie- tal Pain’ingaml
General Sheridan replnd to this dis
continually through a very fair grazing R. Dietrick, ami F J Pfister.
Gi'.ining done io order in ti e Mill, or in
patch, detailing the means taken to as
• he loiiuiry. < amassing ceiiii g, l’aj er-
country to the great trans continental i
H ot S prings G ardner s R iver |
C»ls> mining, Whi ewusbiu , Ac.
AugU't 27 1877.
railway. So be of good cheer ye cattle
| o-i-ibie nonce.
To Geo. Carpenter , l' S. Assay Office. the wavages
takes this opporiuni'y
II l' na: — E:n ma, Ida ami uiy.-eh are
ol .eiideriug our tlmiiks o our im.uy ft irims
alive Cowan and O.illmrn are killed.
THE SITUATION IN CUBA.
Tbe workingmen of Philadelphia
aud pa r ns ior liberal favors dining ilo
Siw Cownu ami ubilii'n abot. Tne Lave organized under the uarne of the
I Iasi two vea s and me li.ippy 'o s.y th»* ve
have, (Inl ine tl.e 1 ist w iiner »nd spru g.
General Campos, the new Spanish b.ilnice are mi-sing and I think all are , ¡Protective Libor party, indorsed the 8
eiec ed addii ou.il inacbinciy . iiim . impiov.d
commander in Cubt, when he under
our faciliiies tor manuf>c ming in th*-above»
paiticulara when I reach B zeman | hour labor law, reduction of tax com-
took the subjugation of the insurgents, The Helena party are ull gone except ! ptilsory education, liberal application Has the largest circulation, and Patronize home Industry, and we line u! Lusinesa.
will see that vou are satisfied.
MAR'JI A VALPEY.
only a abort time ago, seemed to think one All are tuisMog. The Indians i of funds for that purpose, and con
is consequently the best
Ashland, June 17ib, 1876.
his task an easy one and that lie would | tired into their camp. Jo-epli L.rnk ‘detuning the employ in cut of prison
be able to complete the work effect null* iu^ Gia>8 and While Bird were chiefs. labor by private persons, manual labor
F C arpenter
in about sixty days. The sequel lias!
,in factoiies by children under 14 and
ASHIAKD VLCLLN M’FG. CO
!.. A M IL.
proven him over sanguine and he row! H elena , Aug. 27—the following is laws making it a conspiracy for labor
(No, 111 tl)
ju-t received hum Fort E.lis, 31 iniuna,
candidly admits his failure ami reports Aug. 27th:
ing men tu combine lor their own pro- In this part of the State.
Lis forces entirely iuuhquate to th»* I
6Vn. John Giblmn, IPlem— Li-ut ! ti ctiou.
undertaking. Old Spain is not able to Sclp th Id teports he w.i-’ on ibe top of
T li E
carry on an expensive war in a distant Mount Wai-bbiirne yesterday. Imiiana
country, and it is not at all likely th i' aprearrd iu Ge.ser ba^in on the 24 li
They struck the llelemi «ml
she will funish the additional 50 000 Rclersbuig party, killing seven women
Will commence its fall teiin on the
. meD required by Gen Campos. With i ami taking two women and or e man
this addition to bis force he believes In prisoners Just as he l«ft 31 mot Wash-
can put down the rebellion but if h-, is , burne yesterday the Indians attacked
another party, killing nine of them.
UNI)’ rsig NED WOULD
not supported to this extent he thinks One e-eiped The Indians rele Bed
Send in your name and commence j rpHANKING our irh-mls tor their kind i rpiiE
in orlu their tl iei.ds
JL fat or- iu th«* past, ami hoping lor tin- j
his government had best acknowledge 3Irs. C iwan, her sister ami brother,
with the new volume.
erally th I tl.ej
Iu ure, w« Leg l" u-sure ilmm and all who
e at ove e-t <>■ isbu eu>,
the independence of Cuba. Thus old who reached S.•boll -Id yesterday. The
limy ft* or us, that the Ac •»l',iny wi 1 be con I
cieand the lobeli.«.
duced ntoir vigor,.iis>y this year than at any j
Spain would rid herself of a very ex main ramp rro->srd the Yellowstone on
tiny can assuie
the 25 h. The wirrmr-» w»mt bark to
past tmie. Tcirox tor »-nglisb bramb«-, >
pensive plantation in the Western hem lichl II -ward
While B rd atl-l Look
ru'ges from S4 i<< §S, acco <1 ng i<> grmie. I
care will be v\ed and saleiv cal rd lor.
¡sphere and cease her endeavors to con ing Gla-s remained with the c»mp
Mu-ic: Organ or Pi <m>, $13 per i. rm of II'
There is, in connection with the ■»••eks. Languages §3 racL per term. C omb !
trol a people who can never be content Joseph went w'tn the wurtiora. They
O ne , L ome A ll .
Newspaper office, a compiete
cd subjects. The Cubans are bent on ►ay thev are going to Wind river and
Of carriages aud buggies supplied at
J. II. SKI!).HOICK, Prin.
throwing cil the Spanish yoke sooner Citnp Brown to get supplies Shofi-Id
thinks thev are going to the lower Y- 1-
A Large and Fresh stock of
or later as their nine years of cip-n re- lowstone via Clark’s f'-rd. Thev cross
BALED HAY FOR SALE!
* bellion has proven and we can scarcely ed the river between 31 >nnt W.ishbnrne Dry Goods at the
doubt that Cuba will gain her indepen
In quanti.ieg 'o suit pnichasers. They will
m cun ec'ion w ith lleir stuble, inn a
dence in the end—and that perhaps
B enham , Capt. 7th left.
TKl’< K. WAG OK
Furnit u re Factory,
Nothing but Genuine Wool.
The Liviiest Local Newspaper
FEED AND LIVE.RY STABLE !
3d Monday in September next;!
S T O R E.
Ashland. « ©segeu,
And everything in the line of Job
Printing can be executed at
An Elegant stock of Clothing
Dispatches state that the Turks allege* at the
tells of ♦ l.v perpetration of great outrages by
THE BIGGEST BONANZA YET.
The Eureka (Nev ) Sentinel
one of the most astonishing discover! s. ■
of which we have yet heard. An indi
vidual of that remarkably f ivori d burg,
professes to have discovered how to
make silver from lead. The processes
of this occult chemistry have been ex
Libited to half a dozen or more of the
principal men of Eureka and they are
convinced. The thaumaturgist puts
the lead in an iron pot, covers it with
charcoal, builds a fire about it, and as
thelead melts Le throws in his chemi
cals, and the result is a solid pdht of
pure silver inside the mass. The ex
periment, we uro assured, was tried
■ again and again, and always with suc
cessful result. The composition neces
sary to convert the lead into silver is
said to be a red powder which is rather
costly, being a product of a number of
chemical substances whose secret is
known only to this modern D metrin«
Doboobius. He says with §5 000 he
can make enough of it to produce §250 -
■000 worth of silver The capitalists
and speculators of Eureka raided the
$5,000 at once, and the alchemist, with
one of their number to accompany him
started for San Franch e • t<> gn- the
chemicals. It is probable the required
materials could not be procured in that
city, and that the silver-maker left for
some market wh^re he could obtain
them, as he has not been seen since he
drew the §5 000 from th« Bink of Cali
fornia. But now they all have the se
cret, and dou’t eare whether he comes
back or not. All they have to do is to
bore a hole in a piece of charcoal ami
put in the desired amount of silver.and
as soon as the coal is burned and the
mass is melted the result is attained,
and they caD get along wt 11 enough
without the expensive little red pow
der. This operator beats even our pat
ent stone men.
the R osians. In this rnnnecti >n the
full.».v.ng from the N w York 11 raid of
the 14 h will be pertinent:
The chief f.-atn-e of the uews that
A Fine Assortment of Fancy
r» aches u< from a 1 s >nrces leyarding Goods and Notions at the
the progress of rhe« war is the persistent
♦ ffrt of the Turkish Government to
manufacture anti-liu-sian sentiment
on» of the claim that the troops of the
Czar are perpetrating the most horrible
massacres and outrages on the defence
A splendid stock of Boots and
less Turks. We publish elsewhere to Shoes at the
day a long li-t of specific charges
»gainst the Russians prepared at the
foreign < fli -e in C <nstaiitin<»p1e. We
are fully justified in stating that we do
not believe these elaborately cocked up
atrocitv stories on the following
An immense stock of the best
ground-: Rderriig to the letD-rs <.f brands of Tobacco and Cigars at
the war correspondents of the British I
press we find that tlu se gentlemen all the
scree that the massacres in European
Turkey and Armenia have in almost
every case been perpetrated by the
— J LSO
hordes of bloodthbstv and cowardiv
cut-throats that constitute the irrrgul^r I
forces of tlr* sultan The cmrespon- 1 GROCERIES,
dent of tlm Lomlo’l Times writing from
Ji hi Sag lira on July 18 h, sms: ‘I
must now distinctly procl uni that there
have been n: issacres of a m ,-t appill- ,
ing kind at Jehi Saghri, and. more
over, that, as far as human evidence is
OILS, ETC., ETC.
acceptable, I am convinced that they
have inco!it< stably b-*»n committed by
the bashi l»>iz »uks. without rhyme or i i
reason.” Tile same kind of statements
come from the English correspondents
at ad the Russian and Tnrki-h camps
iu Europe and Armenia, proving be
yond a question tout it is the Turks and j
not the Russians who carry murder, :
rapine and devastation into tue defense- !
In as neat and workmanlike man
ner as at any office in the State.
At reasonable rates. D. C uafmax A N eil .
flYFE Unter-knM i« row p'ei»-'rrd to furnteh
WHITE bid BROWN BREAD, Pir- a d
CLk»»», t e e lo-e l |>nc-e. Ftndiiea buppiied and
pruduce taken iu exchange. At the
Meals 25 cents: Tea and Co flee
The patroni ge of tl.e ) ubi c i» solicited and «atte-
[9 3 ujj
W. tS. BAYER.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COM-
JL ph* ely ove hauled bis S.»w Mill on«
mile a hove A htaud, is lmw prepared Iu
'[MIE UNDERSIGNED, BELIEVING IT furnish
JL tu be to the iniilii.il advantage of
INTERESTING TO FARMERS!
CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS
Of our work, or address your or-
The 11 Tidings”
Ashland, Jackson Co., Oregon.
THATCHER & WORDEN,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS «
Cheaper than the Cheapest ”
Millers and Farmers,
Have made arrangements whereby tbe
Ashland and Phoenix Mills,
Will be under the management of .T a
cob W aoser who will have charge o!
both Mills for t1 e Company during the ensu
ing year, ending July 1 -I, 1877.
We wid paj the bigliest market price for
good tn rchantanle whe t, ami aie prepared
i ■* contract fl *ur at th** lowest pi ice per
thousand f ounds at the Mills.
Office of th- Company ut the Ashland
LIills. Add e-s,
WAGNEll, ANDER-'ON &
F armer ’ s co .,
Mis. Jas. Etcing
— Or' THE—
IN ANY QUANTITY
—DURING TIIE —
COMING SEASON, AT TIIE
Miss M. A. Sic ingle
Have opened a tiret-clare
CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES,*
On Main S'reet
HARDWARE, FANCY GOODS,
i Bring on your Produce and Ex
The jury disagreed iu the Page and 1
change for Goods.
Sargent libel suit against the S. F
Chronicle, at Placerville, standing six
MRS. M. W. HARGADINE.
No U, if
Hate, Bonne»«, Shade«. French Rowers, Wreathe,
Pluxes, Neck Ti-«. IAven Suite, Ju., Lj/tie«’
Fini-hing O«ude, etc., etc etc
Groceries, Crockery, Painis, Oils, Etc.
• - - - - Oregon.
Me have now on tu>nd a benu lful tierorfment of
BUTTRICK & SMITH PATTERNS
(^TDreee Makins: done to order, ard all nr lere
from ■» dlet-'nce promptly filled. ESTAgency for Dr.
Warner's HtfUth Corset. Everytniiig told cheap for
Will exchange for any kind of
V. 2, No. 7-tf.