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WE MUST HAVE A GOOD WAGON
HOAD TO NAVIGABLE WATER.
INTERESTING TO FARMERS!
LATEST WAR HEWS.
i Condensed from Oregonian and Call dispatches.]
[Condensed from Oregonian and Cdl Dispatches.]
Louisville, Sept. 30th.—It is report
London, Sept. 26.—A correspondent
of Segalence telegraphs that discontent ed that Hon. Cassius M. Clay has kill
and discouragement are rampant in the ed a negro named Henry White. Clay
he undersigned , believing it
W iLLiAMSBURG, Sept. 21st, 1877.
AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY
tu be to the mutual advantage of
Russian army. The officers regard sue has surrended.
E ditor T idings :—There is now the cess as hopeless. While the head
Louisville, Sept. 29th.—It is report
After nearly twelve months of anx new route to Crescent City for our con quarters staff remains unchanged, no ed that a duel occurred between Mr.
ious suspense the news has been re sideration in order to find the nearest improvements seem likely. Half the : Hardin and Bob Hathonser about two
Millers and Farmers,. ‘
ceived, under date of Aug. 10th, in a and best road to the ocean. We i „11! army will be invalidated soon after bad miles from town. Both severely
dispatch to the New York llrrald from know about the present road to that1
Tgalinee Sept. 26th.—The Tarkish
Emboma, Congo River on the West place; its terrible rocks, high moan- i losses at Plevna seem to have been as ton special says: Lieut. Bullis with Have made arrangements whereby the
coast of Africa, from that indefatigable tains and Redwood mud, which makeB heavv as the Russian, It is stated that one hundred men has crossed into Mex
explorer Henry M. Stanley, to the ef that route out of the question, but L
ico, near Saragossa, in pursuit of
Ashland and Pnœnix Mills,
fect that lie arrived there on Aug. 8, there is another way to go from Waldo ' which they are unable to remove.
Marsh & Valpey.
London, Sept. 27.—A Russian dis Auburn, N. Y., Sept 27th.—The sin
with 115 mon, the entire party in aw through Elk valley, down the middle
states that 10,000 Turkish infan
scall race on Owosco lake, one aud
ful condition after a long and ardaous fork of Smith river by which the moun- patch
j try from Softa, supported by artillery, gle
a half miles aud return was won easily V iL be under the management of J a A LL KINDS OF PLANING, M©CTLI>
journey through the wilds of the Afri tain is much lower and the material for forced their way through the cavalry by Courtney. Time, 21 minutes and
cob W agxer . who will have charge of A it'g, Circular and »Scroll-Sa wing dun
can continent. The important achieve a road bed much better. By this route i posted to intercept them and entered 29 seconds.
ment of the campaign was the discov the principal mountains would be Pievna.
New York. Sept. 28th.—The most both Mills for the Company during the ensil
ery that the Lualaba of Livingstone avoided, leaving the ¡ridge about the ! Vienna, Sept. 27.—Newspapers an Rev. James Roosvelt Bailey, Archbish ing year, ending July 1st, 1878.
and the Zaire or Congo are the same same altitude as that on the Cbetco I nounce that in consequence of the large op of Volta and Primate of the Roman
concentration of Russian troops and Catholic Church in America, was slow We will pay the highest market price tor
river. This is the greatest geopraphi- survey and it is claimed by the friends j the difficulty of obtaining supplies on ly dying last evening.
good in<*rchanta’ole wheat, and ire prepared
cal discovery of many years, and effect of this line that its cost will not exceed account of bad weather, Mehemet Ali,
Whiteville, Sept. 27th.—A fire at I ta contract flour sacked and branded at DOORS, MOULDINGS.
ually settles the question as to the 820,009, which will be mostly made ou the 2tth, commeuced retreating to Point Fairmount, opposite Ticondero- i
Lualaba being a tributary of the Nile, up at Crescent City, but probably the his former positions ou the llara Lom. ga destroyed a large amount of goods i | the Mills, at §18 00 per thousand pounds.
Londou, Sept. 28 —The Russiau staff and coal. Five tons of powder explod Cash.
u belief held until disproved by this sum named will not finish more than
in trout of Plevna, express the ed. causing great havoc. Loss, 8100,-
discovery. The whole course of the half the road as it should be, but utmost confidence
Oflice of the Company at the Ashland
that the place will 000.
magnificent river lies through a fertile, that is only conjecture as I have never fall at their hands. There is an abun
St. Louis, Sept. 29th.—Col. David
beautiful and thickly inhabited coun traveled the route with the exception dance of wheat and barley in Bulgaria, H. Armstrong, an old Democratic
WAGNER, ANDERSON A
try, which will doubtless ere long be of that portion between Gasquet’s and and a very large crop of Indian corn. wheel-horse, has been appointed by
Gov. Phelps, to fill the vacancy caused
opened to commerce. The cannibal Crescent City.
can winter in Bulgaria comfortably.
natives were hostile aDd opposed the
Belgrade, Sept. 28 —Russia demands U, S. Senate.
I understand that the Wharf Co., at
explorers at almost every step. They
the Servian armv shall enter the
Crescent City, propose to invest 810,-
Chicago, Sept 28th—The Tribune's
filled the almost impenetrable forests 000 in the building and 81,000 addi field when success at Plevna is obtained. special says: The Cabinet to day con
und day and night poured their poison tional to explore and survey the road
London, Sept. 29.— 1 he design of the sidered the character of the President’s
ed arrows upon the party, killing and
message. It will be short, consisting
and Mr. Gasquet proposes to invest 8J,- was the formation of a Hungarian Le mainly of the reason for calling an ex
wounding many of Stanley’s men. 000 in the same enterprise.
gion, numbering 5.000 men, who, act tra session and reference to the requir
“From every tree and rock along the
The distances from Jacksonville to ing in conjunction with a Turkish ed special appropriations.
route the deadly missiles winged their
corps, were to destroy Roumanian rail Camp Taylor, Mussel Shell River,
fatal cou’se, and the heavily laden bear Crescent City and Ellensburg are about ways. It is rumored that the Hungar- Sept. 20th.—Gen. Howard and Sturgis
ers fell dead in their course through equal (by air line,) but by way of General, Klapka, was one of the leaders. joined forces to day under Howard, and
agreed to chase the Nez Perces to Brit
the dark forest.” The native escort
stood that Gen. Todleben reports to the ish Columbia, or make them fight in
One Hundred Pairs Pants
was much reduced by desertion, but
Graud Duke Nicholas that siege opera the Judith Basin. Then the campaign
Fifty Pairs Bouts,
still the remnant struggled on, almost
tions on the most extensive scale will will close. A Winter campaign is nut
without hope, fighting thirty-two bat ter, but without any great advantage be required to capture Plevna.
Must be Sold inside oj Forty Days.
tles and finally reached the friendly
Dates from Ft. Benton up to Sept. Pants Worth $7 for............................. $1 OB WASH
Pittsburg. Sept. 27th.—This morn
settlements on the lower Congo river. tons of flour are imported annually at ing Major General A. S. Pearson, com 2Gth, state that the Nez Perces attacked Roots Worth $7 50 for......................... $3 50
If the narrative be in every respect true Crescent City from San Francisco, mander of the State troops, during the Cow Island on the 23d at dark. Twelve
And all kinds of furniture on hand. a.-.d
late riots, was arrested for murder. soldiers and four citizens fought from /Xml other goods exceed in<xly
the campaign was one of the severest which looks unreasonable but there His
accuser states that when Gen. Pear rifle-pits; two soldiers wounded. The
tests of courage and endurance on rec
son gave orders to his regiment to fire, \ Indians burned 30 tons of Government
MRS. M. W. HARGADINE.
ord, and adds no little to the fame of
his father. Nicholas Stoffel, who was freight and about five tons of private Ashland S»pt 4, 1877.
the enterprising and resolute Stanley.
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to send our teams down loaded with wounded. Gen. Pearson waived a hear- I Cheyenne, Sept. 27th.—The Chey-
“GOOD BYE DIPPER. ’’
WUST 15b ECEIVEY^
' enne regular weekly treasure coach
flour, bringing back merchandise and ing and was committed to jail.
groceries as cheaply as now from Rose
A number of our exchanges join in a burg, giving the teamster the down
masked men near Cheyenne. Scott
pathetic farewell to the Big Dipper, freight for a profit over the Roseburg
G. W. Quivey has been appointed Davis, a passenger, was wounded in
the leg. The jobbers got possession of
which Prof. Bichard H. Proctor proph road, while the merchant makes a sim night watchman at Corvallis.
the arms in the coach but were unable
The editor of the Yamhill lb porter to
esies will eventual)y fade from the view ilar saving by having no railroad
force the iron safe.
of terrestrial beings. It will be sad in charges, which seems to mb to bo in has been presented with a horned owl
Denver, Sept. 27th.—Two of the
measuring five feet from tip to tip.
deed to loso this old wonder of the hea ducement enough for us to try and
who robbed the express
J B. Coinley killed a conger near car on the Union
Pacific R. R , were
vens upon which we have all looked bnild a good road to either Crescent the Cornstock mill lately measuring 9
overtaken yesterday near Wallace Kt’i-
from childhood with delight, reverence City, Ellensburg or Cbetco, which feet in length.
sas, by a posse uuder the Rocky Moun
and awe. Prof. Proctor finds reason would open a ccu/t market to us at San
The deck hands on the steamer A A. tain Detective association. The rob
for hitbelief itthe motions of the stars Francisco prices if not at a slight ad McCully killed a large black bear, bers m ide ft stand and were both killed
swiming in the river near Oswego. and §16,000 in goid coin recovered.
composing the constellation, five of vance.
hewed out his life with an uxe.
which he ascertains belong to one fam
ily traveling together, and the other
obstreperous mule, at Oregon City the
L. A. MIL.
two to another family having peculiar to organize a company of those who are other day, breaking bis arm.
motions of their own and traveling in known as men of ability in our part of
The Albanv Dcnun rat says that John
another direction through the “track the country, who will take stock in the Cree) raised this year, over 60,090 lbs.
less void.” Consequently the two fam enterprise and open a correspondence of hops. Mr. Creel thinks raising bops
will pay better on many farms in Ore-
AND LIVERY STABLE !
ilies are gradually changing their rela with responsible parties at Ellensburg, egon
than wheat raising.
tive positions in the Big Dipper. As
The State Journal gives an account of
it is understood that the handle of the ing books for subscription to the stock a serious accident on Long Tom,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
Dipper is the tail of the Bear, this here, finding out by this means which through the falling of a bridge, in
breaking up of the old familiar con of the three place will subscribe most. which the Wilkins brothers and an
stellation will materially interfere with Then if there should be stock taken to other man were quite severely injured.
It is feared that one of the Wilkins
rpiiE UNDERSIGNED WOULD
the symmetry of the sidereal bruin. the amount, say of 820,000 to call an brothers canuot survive.
JL i<s|>ectttil;y iti orru their liieiul.-
The great canopy of “blue and gold” assessment of at least 5 per cent, for
F I ’ A* JV I S 11 1 N G G O O i, St t»n«l the public get endly 1 h«t Iley
have put ch ised tl.e above e taini-.hu ent,
will thus lose one of its great attrac exploration and survey of either route taxable property in Jackson countv as
having thoroughly cleared tie loheli.«,
returned by assessor goddard is 81.397.-
tions to those who swing on the gates,
from the planuses, they cun u.-sure
519. This is 8150,000 more than last
through the loDg moonlit evenings, al
patrons that stock entrusted to their
be well and sale!) cared fur.
ternately gazing into the eyes of a con
The body of Dr Going, of the first
genial companion aud out through the
cavalry, who was drowned, in May last
illimitable regions of space at the of course the route Yvould be decided while attempting to swim the Grande
Of carriages and buggies supplied at
Ronde river, was found some days ago,
blinking orbs of the grand old constel in favor of that point.
In case that route should prove to be 75 miles below the place where the ac
lation. But we can afford to bear this
We take pleasure in announcing that thi<
BALED HAY FOR SALE!
affliction with fortitude since a hundred unsuitable to our wants after examina cident occurred.
old and st rsTAMiat. insiitutio i is HI ac- GRANJTE
Rev. P S. Knight will start in a few
live upuiaiiun, manutuclui'ing frutn the
thousand years will scarcely make a
In <|Ui'.nti.ie8 to suit purchasers. They will
days for Detroit, Michigan, to attend
in connection with tl eir stable, run a
perceptible change in the position of
the general Congregational Association
ment and assistance. If anything is at that place.
the aforesaid stars.
done this Fall towards examination of
At reasonable rates. D. C hai - man & N eil .
VERY BEST OF NATIVE WOOL
THE REVIVAL OF TRADE.
any route it must be done quickly ny at Aurora, Marion Co., received an
of thirty immig ants last
It seems that there are many encour otherwise we should begin as early as accession
were welcomed with mus
aging signs of » revival of business in possible in the Spring and get the road ic and flying flags by the members of BLANKETS,
the East. An impetus is felt in utmost ready for the next crop.
A lex . W atts .
all branches of trade which is far great
Mart |L Chamberlin, of Salem, has
Hardware, Cutlery Etc.
accepted a situation injCunningham’s
er than that realized during the corres
Agricultural House. So says the Bee.
ponding months of 1876. In many de
Mart is a splendid business man and
partments of commerce last year, the
fBYHE Un1er‘ign«»d i» row piepnred to furnifh
No other point at the seat of war in CunningbamJ could not possibly have
01- JL WHITE aud BROWN BREAD, Pie» aid
standard of prices was fixed by exten the East has become so conspicuous of made a better selection.
Cake», »t ti e Io»e?t pnce». Familie. tupphed and
produce taken iu exchange. At the
sive auction sales, but this year whole late as Plevna, the “horse shoe city’’of
There will be at the coming State
sale dealers fix the prices. The dry the Turks. It is situated on a branch Fair the usual big ox. He will come And nil other Tabi ics umui II v manufactured Tin Slict I it on and Copper ware
in a F irst C lass W oolen F actory —
goods trade which is first to be effected of the river Grivitza two miles east of from Wasco county this year, is nine-
teen hands high and weighs 3 500
Cheap For Cash
Meals 2-5 cents: Tea and Coffee
by depression or revival, is now more the river Vid. It contains a popula pounds, Since the death of the “Mo-
prosperous than it has been for years, tion of about 17,000, two churches, doc Ranger” this is the best that Ore
pnblic is »olicRed and satis-
and business is generally assuming a nineteen mosques and two minarets. gon stock raisers have been able to do.
[9 3 ji ]
W. 8. SAYER.
healthier and more vigorous tone. Before the war, 1427 houses were oc —liecord.
Au Indian at Mnckilteo, we are in
Lately the demand for staple goods in cupied by Christians and 1727 by mos-
Nothing but Genuine Wool. WHEAT,
formed, caught 7900 salmon last week.
the centres of trade in the East has lems, so that the population is more He sold them to Jackson & Myers, of
been enormous, and customers buy evenly divided in religious faith than the cannery there, for five cents a fish,
A LSD SOCKS and STOCKING YARN,
“easy” and are less “chary and timor commonly supposed. The Call re and thus realized for his week’s work ¿V
Is there a white man on the
ous” than for some time past. This in marks that if the Turks have carried §350.
coast who has done a better week’s suit purchasers.
dicates a radical restoration of confi out their usual policy at Plevna, it work thau this at any time in the past
And all kinds of Merchantable
dence,in which all departments of trade would be safer to look for the bones of ten years "I—Bee.
participate, thus pointing to a healthy, the Christians scattered promiscuously
T. B. Kent arrived Wednesday with 7 1 7 i
wholesome and vigorous revival of abroad, than to hope to find them liv the Emetine Company’s pack train,
t-^Please give me a call and ( 21EORGE NUTLEY HAS THE PLEASURE TO
ten flasks of quicksilver. Over
> aououuce tu the i»>h ibiunts of A#hUnd
trade this fall which will have its effect ing tenants of nnrazed houses. Cer bringing
three flasks, weighing 76 pounds each, The highest market price paidI for convince yourself before purchas eurrouDdWe Dis readioe-s to supply all who need
tain it is that the terrific struggles are now turned out duily, with an in
wi-h a g xxl ru8U>ni-m»de boot or shoe, made of th«
in all parts of the land.
Tert m.tteri l C*;| ai.d eee him. SU oj ou Main
which have of late occurred in and crease noticeable as operations progress.
Street, over creek, ne »r bridge.
B. F. REESER.
The initial number of the La Grand around the little city, have made it a We learn that about fifty flasks are
Astuaud, Jtme 17lb, 1876.
Ashlaid September 12th 1877.
Gazelle is at hand. The typograhical veritable Hades for the inhabitants. now on hand.— Times.
appearance is first class, and the pos
The Grant Caunty Times says that A. Goods at Wholesale, at the lowest
Radisavo. the place captured by Gen. Venator
of Harney’ valley, sold 1.000
session of considerable “cranial fibre”
On Main Street
Skobeluff, is about four miles east of head of cattle recentlv to Todd Hun
on the part of the editor manifest. We
Plevna, on one of the roads leading to ter and Devine tor 815 000. It is the
predict a useful and successful career
Sevats. It is evident, from the move design of this firm to stock Harney val-
We have dow on hand a beautiful aerortment of
for the Gazelle.
1 at his shop on Main street, two doors
ments of troops, that Plevna is yet to
Bonuete, Shades. French Howers, Wreaths
f. om the livery stable.-, where lie is prepared Hats,
ara now trying the experiment of ship
Plumes, Neck Ties, Linen Sulls, Jute, Ladies* ’
Finishing Goods, etc., etc etc.
P ostal C hanges in O regon .—Drews be the scene of terrific collisions be- ping beeves from Winnemucca to Chi Patronize home Industry, and we to do all kinds of work in bis line -A the
cago and New York in refrigerater cars
Valley, Lake Co., J. H. Phelps, P. M. tween the contending armies.
will see that you are satisfied.
WAGONS, BUGGIES AND ALL KINDS
and if the experiment proves satisfac
Post masters appointed—Martha A.
orders from a distance promptly lilted.
Thanks to our correspondents for tory Delmonico’s guests can call for
Barron, Barron, Jackson Co.; Peter
for Dr. Warner’s Health Corset. Ev
Of Vehicles Made to Order. ery tnthg sold cheap
“another one of those Grant County
Morgan, Kilchis, Tillamoook Co.; An
steaks.” The southern portion of this
Rep .¡ring of all kinds Jone with dispatch,
C^BletchUig, Pressing and Culorirgfin the very
ASHLAND WOOLEN. M’FtCO. call and ¡-ee me.
drew McAllen, Lakeview, Lake Co. ; J. some of whioh have been crowded out county is especially doing a heavy bu
siness in stock.
P. Shuck, Monitor, Marion Co.
(No, 10 tf)
Mrs. Jas, Ewing.
OCTOBER 5, 1877.
A NEW STOCK