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The M. E. Quarterly meeting will be
held at the M. E. Church in Jackson
ville, Oct. 20th and 21st. W. Hurlburt.
HANDY & ROBERTS
Sept. 2Gth, 1S77.
O ffice of C o . S up ’ t . of P ublic )
OCTOBER 5, 1877.
S chools , A shland , J ackson -
E d . T idings :—Since my last there has
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
Would take pleasure in announcing to
Ogn., Sept. 29, 1877.
Mr. Watters one of the Kansas immi
their old customers and the public generally
they have on baud at
O do death to recorb; a youDg babe,
grants, an experienced jeweler, has
commenced business at the front of daughter of Mr. Carson.
Thanks to cur old friend, Wm. nnrst Dr. Chitwood’s drug store. Do not
Nov. 1st, 1877.
Jn«t received,.i Urge and relect lot of Gold and
for a bouquet of rare flowers from the fail to give him a trial.
Piuwd jewelry ; also, u good astoruuent of
York hos been quite ill with diptbe- I
residence of A. G. Rockfellow, Esq.
Opening Address: P. L Fountain.
CLOCK$, IFJ TCHES,SPECTACLES,
We regret that that gigantic bunch ria, but is low out of danger.
Mr. II. Horton of Lost River, spent of grapes weighing 3} a pounds, which
“Sweet will be thesoDgaDd cl?orns”
Eye gteses and
in;; Machine needles constantly
a few days in town this week but on Mr. Atkinson intended for us was so is what Messrs. Knox and Basye think.
un nani and fur eale al minimum pri.-es.
Geography: J. H. Skidmore,
Tuesday left for his home in Lake.
damaged in transportation that it failed They are now in the molasses making
business and are manufacturing an ex Reading: W. Willits, W. W. Watson,
Thejfriends of Mrs. Wm. II. Atkin to reach its destination.
E. C. Galer.
son wijl be pleased to learn that she is
Wm. M. Prime, B. B. Deming, 11. L.
Some freight is being brought from Essay: Miss O. Culbertson.
tecovaring from a long and painful at Powe, James Taylor and other citizens
Crescent Cityj and some flour taken History: J. Q. Willits, J. D. Fountain.
tack of remitting fever.
of Sprague River are in Ashland with
Essay: Miss Mary McCabe.
Object Teaching: Miss Nettie Howard.
We are glad to learn that Mr. G. F.
Miss Alice Hanlv.
A, V. ell s e I c> c t . o d § t n c k.
Billings, manager of the Eagle Mills, start on their return in a few days.
I am row permanently located in this
putting up a store of general merchan Orthography: H. C. Flemming, W. J
and ruspe.liuUy a.-ks the pauonag of
is again around, after his severe expo
Mr. Wm. Hurst who has spent tev- dise at Wilderville.
rience with typhoid fever.
eral months of energetic labor in the
W'mer A Sons have bought the Me Essay: Miss A. M. Weber.
ALL WORK WARRANTED
Gen. Jno. E. Ross, the old frontier Grouse Creek mines, about 18 miles ll wane store at Waldo and are goiDg Grammar: Miss Maggie Sergent, Miss
leader, passed through our place one from Ashland, on the south side of the soon to take possession.
Prices to suit
day last week, for Y’reka. He will at Siskiyou, has at last struck promising
Green Bros , of Galice Creek, recent
Poem: Mrs. E. Goodchild,
tend the Siskiyou Co. fair.
BOOTS ANT) SHOES
ly crushed sixteen tons of ore in an aras-
School Government: L. F. Willits,
Mr. aid Mrs. Sami. Grubbo, M'ss
Mr. W. C. Myer, the champion horse tra’ and got $490, or $30.625 to the ton,
Miss Kate Thornton.
HARD W A It E
S. J. Grubbe and Mrs. L. B. Apple
gate start to-day for the Yoncalla val attend the Stute Fair. Mr- Myer takes toa. Dan says they have about 1,000 Music in Public Schools: B. R. AVillits.
ley on a* visit to friends aud relations.
Essay: Miss Alice Alford.
erons and we confidently expect a vic Rev. A. Miller, one of your Jackson l’oem: Capt. O. C. Applegate.
A pleasint trip to them.
THE EAGLE MILL
torious campaign for him.
county Commissioners, held meettns Algebra: J. B. Farley, R. Gray.
Situate 1 15 n.i’es Sou’ll < f JackR uville and 1J mile
Mr. J. H. Russel, Miss Grace Russel
on Saturday and Sunday last on Wil- Essay: Miss F. Myer.
North of Athiai.d, it piepured to do general
Judge P. P. Prim, Judge E B. Wat
and Mit^ Laura Thornton lo*t Ashland
liams Creek. Ih gula’meetings by ibe Lectures: Nov. 1st, Prof J. W. Mer
Custom and Exchange Business
on Tuesd; y last for Salem, to attend son, attorneys Jones and Neil returned ^Dunkards on Williams Creek and Ap-
ritt; Nov. 2d. “The Teachers true
Flour ant Feed at the —
the Stu.e Fair. We wish them a pleas
work,” Rev. J. B. Donaldson; Nov.
aut time in the Capital City.
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
At the Lowest Cash Prices !
What indeed, is the world coming
report of tue proceeding of the session
Ail friends of education are invited
36 lb« of flour, 2^b* «hurts and 8 lb* bran
Rev. J. R. N. Bill and lady request of the C.rcuit Court just conclude! in to’, when even that modest individual, to atteud.
. E. J. F arlow ,
el for good wheat. Wi I tack aud brand lhe tacks
customers l'uruiehiug the sacks. My brother
the muscle, bone and sinew of the
us to return their hearty thanks to the Lake.
country is not safe in his private citadel, THE FIRST WEDDING IN ROGUE
people of Ashland and vicinity for the
who cannot in peace and quiet cook his
many favors they have received at their
Will have charge of the bu-in<--«, being assisted by
bumble meals but ninst have some one
Lands luring their residence in Asb-
for his removal to Roseburg, where his spy iu privately. I allude to the Brcli-
Et't’ryihno/ as rtpresrittcil >>r no sale,
E ditor Tun nos :—Permit me through
Conference has located him for the en elor, and what causes my surprise is
The educators having the liiatter in suing year. Mr. Bell has made many this: On last Sunday, three young la- the columns of your paper, to correct
5SU Mrs. S. A. FARNHAM.
hand are arranging for an unusually friends during his residence in Ash dies might have been seen wending a statement made by Gen. J. E. lloss
interesting session of the Jackson Co. land, who will regret his change of res their w..y up H—g creek towards the in his speech at the Pioneer Reunion
Teachers’ Institute, to be hell at Ash idence, but as he remains the Presid cabin of J---- , a bachelor rather at Ashland, Sept. 13, iu regard to his SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
land on the first three days of Novem ing Elder of the District we shall see timid of the strong-minded sex. Nor being the first man married in Rogue
THATCHER & WDRDEN,
him again in Ashland occasiona lly.
finding him at home aud the door be
for N. C. Dean and Anna Huston were
ing locked, they hoisted a back win
Morris B hicu Esq , of the firm of J.
the first. They were married by Rev.
A n E xtensive B usiness .—We learn
M. McC’Jll A Co. has returned from that Wagner, Anderson & Farmer’s Co. dow, crept in and took a survey of said Mr. Gilbert, Nov. 15th, 1852. No one
San Francisco, where he purchased who control both the Ashland and cabin, but he has missed no property knows this better than Nirs. Ross, for
one of the finest assortments of goods Phoenix mills, are doing a heavy and would not have suspected any she was a bridesmaid. Her name then
ever bropght to this market. Call at business this season, having already th ng wrong had not a naughty nail on wa9 Hopwood. J. E. Ross was one of
F ANY ONE CAN INFORM US WHERE A
the Ashland store aud see for yourself. ground upwards of 45,000 bushels of the window sill taken hold of a piece of the invited guests, I understand, but
emuli quantity ot Ibis gtdiu can be securrd, tbey
hats , cArs,
fabric seldom seen »xccpt on the wash
will render u favor by leading word to the T idisgm
O ffice .
B. C. iGoddard, assessor of Jackson
line, apiece of tait’Dg, and held on to
BOOTS and £SHOES.
county, started on a visit to Ins old
a piece of it. J— says lie is going to
IIARDW A R E,
home in Missouri on Sunday last. He and though they have continual to have it pet iu a .rarue and hang it up Jan. 7 or 8, 1853. Yo urs,
A P ioneer .
expects to return in a month, bringing turn out from 15,000 to 16 0( 0 lbs per in bis cabin as a trophy of his escape.
with him some of his relatives, who
I I will mention no names.
GROCERIES, CROCKERY, PAINTS, OILS E tc
Misses Clara and Emma Anderson of
M ack .
propose to make their homes in our
Scotts Valley, Siskiyou Co , are visit
tlour trade shows that the people st’ll
Messrs. McPherson and Coolidge ing their many frienes in Ashland.
continue to lean with great confidence have lately r* turned >rom a successful
For the following standard works; Lake county, - - - Oregon.
Dr NJ Shrewsbury, dentist, a grad on the staff of life.
Jottrr ¡1 is one of our most
“Tin’ Eu’xf ('•itluriiT
hunt away up on the backbone of the
uate from ihv Ohio Dental College and
Siskiyons. i >ne who enjoys the chase
rm ruber of the California State Bxird
E agle P oint .—When returning from arid can appreciate the wildest moun explained reason it often fails to reach i •
of Regular Dentists, will remain one Crater Lake via the Rogue River road tain scenery can find no better place to ns.
Call at the Ashland Post Office. [Gtf
WHvk more. Those requiring the ser one day last week, we spent an hour or .-pend a few dujs with gun, blanket
vices of all experienced dentist should two very pleasantly in the village of and frypan.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
E tgle Point on Butte Creek, Wo were
J hi III' PARTNERSHIP heretofore exis in^ between
surprised to find a village of so much
J. M. .jiittou bus disposed of Li-* de
\V. H. Ha ha way and J. B. Rigdon, is this day
dissolved uy mu.ual cuuseut.
gai.t painting of Rogue River tails to
J. It RIGDON.
An Opportunity for tlie AlHicted.
of the so-called “desert.” Much of Lower Hoi Spring Valley, which lays
W. IT. HATHAWAY.
W. BeesAn Esq., who will leave it on
STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD
A«hku)l. Oregon, Aug 27th 1877.
the surface of “Big Sticky” is now suc in the shade any thing yet recorded in
exhibition at the post oilice for a few
AND PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Modoc County. It was 8 feet 10 inches
Institute, with a competent
days. Those who have not seen this cessfully cultivated, producing the fin high, and the heads were lip, inches Surgical
corps of assistants .will visit Portland
Which are so unite! by our process of man
Linkville Livery Stables.
excellent| representation of one of our est of wheat, a vast quantity of which in length.— J/bJw hulepemb n'.
ufacture. as to produce paint which is
we saw in the flouring mill of Daley
mountain wonders should avail them
more durable, b**autiful ami will list
October 22d, to Nov. 1st, 1877, inclus
and Emery at Eagle Point. We have I R ockfeclows A djustable G ate .— ive. No other institution iu the world
as long as any olher point known.
selves of this opportunity.
no doubt but that almost the whole No gate of the great number invented I has successfully treated so many cases Would inform his friends that bis Stables at
L iberal . —Our new Jeweler, Mr. S. surface ol the desert will be cultivated with a view of combining cheapness of Spinal C’.irvatur >, Diseases of the
WE EXCEPT NONE.
L I N K V J L I, E
G. Walters, has just shown us a postal
Its cost to the consumer is considerably
elegance and easo of operation, seems Fistula in ano. Scrohila, Nasal Catarrh
- (Hi EGO y
.card which was sent in pursuit of him tile bottoms of Butte Creek, will make so much of a success, as the one inven etc. Patients from almost every county LAKH COISTV
less than the AVERILL PAINT is already
t in exce’lent repair, ampiy provided with feel mixed and tinted if required. For Sale by
irorn the Grasliopper State, and which that part of the country one of the fin ted by A. G. Rockfellow of Ashland. in the United States have applied to it
And that custouiera will be waited oa
for relief, either at the home Institute
Vinnamucca, E’ko, Surprise
promptly and in the beet style,
J. M. McC AUL A. CO,
A Good HACK Ex collent BUGGIES and No
valley anil Canyonville before it found
the model is now ready for transmissal its Grand Divisions at Philadelphia,
RIDING HORSES always Oil hand
Mr. Wallers in the Granite City, Our crowded with business having aleadv to \\ ashiDgtoD. The novelty consists Pa.,
Atlanta. Ga., or San Francisco, fSU Horses promptly cured for, and
benign Government did all this for ground this season about 40,000 bush- of an adjustable binge and latch, so Cal- The afflicted cannot afford to miss
Tourists and Others Outfitted
els of wheat and still the grain com es
twMWi) not eari'y earned in the«» thnA*,
warding ¡for odb cent
this opportunity of being cured at
Ou th* shortest mti.’e
/ / but it cm •>« made in three mourns
iu, making ic necessary to run the mill
I £ hy auI one of either sex.in any part
nor fence can ever interfere with its tor consultation and examination, and B Do not fail to give the Liskville Stables a ti ia
■ “ oi the Country, who is willing to
We w^re favored this week by a call day and night up to its fullest capacity.
perfect opening and closing. For a his terms for treatment are withiu the v-’aU.fj
work steadily at the employment, lint we iuruieh.
from Henry Brophy, the modest and Mr. Iulow’s store is located at this
$66 per week in your own town. You i.eed not bi
I house yard gate it is self-elosiDg.
For reach of every odo .
it«ay f-oni home over uigbt. You cm give your
unassuming proprietor of Red Blanket point and Mr. Brown, late of Browns
whole time to t' e work,or only your spar- moment*
We have agents who are making over i-’O |>er diy.
prairie on tho Rogue River road to the borough, is putting up another, having
All who eugtge at once cm make money last. At
additional expense, so that it can be
the i rsseut time money cannot tie nude roetifi'y anl
Lake country. His tome is away up a tine stock of goods aleady on hand.
rapidly at any other bitrines-s. It costs n>th:i>g to
among the clouds near Crater Lake. The outlook is certainly favorable for
try the bnsiuess. Terms aui $5 outfit free. Address
saving time and tronble. Such a gate
once, H. H ai lett & Co., Portland ,Maine. [2-7-ly
Mr. Bropjhy is regarded as the cham
pion bean hunter of Rogue River, hav in a few years to see it quite a town.
I and we predict it will eventually take
R. P. NEIL..
ing fcaptiired seventeen in the last two
n I mmigrant T rain —When at Al the place of many au old ragged ar
kali Lake, in Lake county, a few days rangement which our farmers are wont
I ago, we actually saw a live immigrant to repair up with old ropes, keg-hoops
Gen. Sherman was to leave Portland
(Oae Hile Weft i>pà^8tan«l of old Buckeye Mil!)
yesterday for San Francisco overland. train of six wagons coming slowly and withes aDd yet have to drng them
CHAPMAN ¿ KEÎL,
Are now Sawing all kinds of Lumber,
He may then be expected to-day or to across the sage plains towards the stage around laboriously through the mud.
morrow on the stage, accompanied by station. It was a picture of the long Mr. Rockfellow starts this week for
his son Thomas E. Sherman and Cols. ago, and although the progressive spirit Salem with the intention of exhibiting
EEP CONSTANTLY ON TTAND AT TITETR
Poe and Bacon, hiä aids. He is of the age has made the crossing of the his gates at the State fair. Good luck
Shop, near tb»* U-iage, on Main Sirei-t, a good
making a hurried campaign hoping, to
FINISHING, pupply of fresh BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL, etc.,
which they ofler at the lowest market price.
SCANTLING OF ALL SIZES.
reach Washington about the 15th inst., formerly, we could not help thinking
Silas W. Kilgore, Mrs M. W. Har-
Ashland, Jui.e 17th, 1876.
eo as to be present at the opening of of the toils of the early pioneers, of— i gadioe and Miss L zz e Hargadine re
Ibe rest ess tiamp of the leaders
turned from San Francisco on Wednes
As they k 1 thedev.ous way,
evening, having had a pleaeaut so
Of the bour.dle.«s whh for test
On Saturday last, as that old veteran
journ in the Metropolis.
Ttrit c.me wi'h the close of day;
of the war of 1812, Uncle Jimmy
Of the p.’in of thirst—of hor^er
50 r* IO
T he L ecture .-Gen. E. L. Apple-1 STOCK SALT, pr. 100
Thvt .he very be.nt strin's wore, J
Loughlin, was in the act of entering the
gate at the residence of Mr. Thornton
Who their u'eat hardens I are.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS!
ish, Mohammed ami Al Koran, at Ash-1 LIVERPOOL (meat)
in Ashland, he was attacked by a myr
iad of “yellow jackets,’’ and after a
appreciative audience. This lecture I
fierce engagement was compelled to re station we found that they were from abounds in historical information, and, X£f“The highest market price paid for All orders promptly attended to.
Wheat Oats. Barley, Bacon and Lard.
treat. He afterwards remarked that near Topeka, Kansas, having been four is calculated to throw light on the war • ,75ft* Large stock of new goods just receiv
the conflict was almost equal to the months en route from the grasshopper of the Cross and the Crescent. It has ed—Full announcement next week. Come
CLOTHING, IIATS, CAPS, BOOT6 and SIIOE8
battle of Lundy’s Laue, in which he State to Oregon. They have since ar I been repeated before a number of ami and see us.
rived in Rogue River valley where they I iences and we believe has always given
was a participant.
OATS, WHEAT, FLOUR, LARD and
; have met with a kindly welcome. great satisfaction. The music furnish-
Hardware, Fancy Goods,
by an Ashland choir, under the man-
BACON, taken in Exchange for
Many thanks to the Siskiyou Agri Messrs. McBride and Waters, of the a cmeut of Prof. Skidmore, reflected
cultural Society for an invitation to at train, with their families have located no little credit on the peiformers and
' DR. SHREWSBURY,
tend the regular annual fair in Yreka, in Ashland, while the others design was highly enjoyed by the audience.
to commence on October 3. The making their homes elsewhere in the
P ioneer S tore —We learn that Mrs. : OF TWENTY-FIVE YEARS’ PRACTICE
people of Siskiyou take a commen valley we believe. When they left To M. W. Hargadine, while below pur
Address all orders to
AS taken Rooms at Ashland, where he
Groceries, Crockenj, Taino, Oils, Etc.,
dable interest in agriculturesand their peka they only intended coming as far chased quite extensively for the Pio-
will remain a lew days* On exhibi-
fair will undoubted prove both pleas as Sidney, Nebraska, but they failed to neer Store. Look out for the new
I tion in his office will be seen the members’
MARSH, VALPEY & CO.,
of the Directory of the State Board of
ant and profitable. We regret that our find any place to satisfy them until they
I Regular Demists lor Cali!o: n;a. of which the
Yellow Jack Mill, Brownsborough,
business will not admit of our attend reached the rich valleys amoDg the Or-
Pull jour beaus. A storui is brew j Dr. is a member.
P. ()., Ogn.
' egon mountains.
Lake Co., Or.
LIVEi LET LIVE
G. F. BILLINGS.
D r y
G O O I) S,
Averill Mixed Paints.
STEAM SAW MILL
Thatcher & Worden,
D R Y
G O O 1) S,