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Some very interesting communica C. K. Klam E°q. returned on Wed
Joseph’s Looking Glass has at last
J. W. RIGGS,
tions came too late for publication this nesday from his visit to Sterling. been broken. See the news from Gen.
OCTOBER 12, 1877 week which will appear next.
While over there be indalged in his Miles.
regular annual hunt with bis Sterling-
ville friends, tb° partv killing ten deer,
ceived un excellent assortment of mil
and having a good time generally. He of the Panorama of the Centennial,
Remember there is a chance for ba
also visited theCinnabar mines, where he made us a call tbislmoruing. He will I
gains at the Pioneer Store.
found Klippel and his associates »actu give an exhibition Tn the Academy on
ally taking out quicksilver at the rate Saturday evening. We doubt not the
During the absence of Mr. Klum
exhibition will not only be intensely
of 200 lbs per day.
last week, Miss Rosa Eubanks managed
interesting but instructive as well.
ALL WORK WARRANTED
the electric fluid with the skill of an ex
Capt. D. J. Ferree came in on Tues For particulars see bills.
things tranquil in the old pioneer
To give Entire S tisfaction. Prices to suit
day and returned to Lake the next day.
^3F*The National Gohl Medal was award
town of Lake.
He is the partner of Mr. Garrett in the ed to Bradley A Rulofson for the best I’ho
Do not forget that Helman & Foun Do not forget that Mirsh & Valpey Stage line from Ashland eastward, and tographs in the United States, and the Vien
tain have a great variety of goods you are uow prepared to furnish the very also is proprietor of the “Lakeview na Medal for the best in the world.
129 Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
cannot get along without. Give them best of lumber at their new Steam Saw Cottage,” a pleasant and homelike
An Opportunity for tile Afflicted.
4 LL KINDS OF PLANING, MOULD
mill on Butte creek. See their adver house on the road between Linkville
JL iog. Circular and Scioll-Sawing dou
and Ft. Klamath. Being genial
Dr. J. M. ninkle, of the National
An endless variety of hardware in tisement in this issue.
hospitable, Capt. Ferree is exactly the Surgical Institute, with a competent
cluding a splendid assortment of stoves,
Birney Miller, the blacksmith, re man to keep a hotel. See Lis ad. and corps of assistants will visit Portland
THE EAGLE MILL
just received ut B. F. Raceer’s. Call gardless of the fact that tho newspa
Oregon, i ooms at St. Charles Hotel,
and see for yourself.
October 22d, to Nov. 1st, 1877, inclus Situated 15 mi’es South of Jacksonville and 1Ä mile SASH, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
pers have been filled with warning for
North of Ashland, is prepared to do general
ive. No other institution in the world
House, Sign and Ornamental I’ain.inir and
Only the best native wool is used at
has successfully treated so many cases Custom and Exchange Business Graining done to order in the Mill, or in
the Ashland Woolen Mills. Call and a mule. He is improving slowly but dress an interrogatory to the people of of Spinal Curvature, Diseases of the
llie country. Canvassing ceiling. Paper
- Flour an! Feed at the—
hanging, Calsomining, Whitewacbin , Ac.
eee the fabrics they manufacture, and
on rbonest possible notice.
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
patronize home industry.
MARSH & VALPEY.
Gen. E. L Applegate left us for his town is not able, at this time, to pur etc. Patients from almost every county
36 lb« of flour, 2Jb« fhort« and 8 lb« bran j>er bush
Ashland, June 17th, 1676. [nllLc2-18
Mr. Clark, a pleasant gentleman home on the Mohawk in Line Co. last chase a tire engine, but we could pro for relief, either at the home Institute el for good v neat. 5Vnl sack and brand the sacks
—customers furnishing the sacks. My brother
from Roseburg, was in town this week, week. He expressed much gratitude cure an outfit for a Hook and Ladder at Indianapolis, Indiana, or to one of
lie likes Ashland very much and talks to the people of Southern Oregon for Company. With an organisation of its Grand Divisions at Philadelphia,
their kindness and hospitality, and does that kind, well supplied with the usual I Pa., Atlanta. Ga., or Sin Francisco, Will have charge of the business, beiDg assisted by
of making his homo here soon.
not propose to forget them after his appliances to fight fire, our town wonld Cal- The alllictod cannot afford to miss
this opportunity of being cured at
Do not forget J. B. Higdon & Co., return to bis hermitage.
Eccryttiin'j as represented or no sale.
be comparatively safe. As we aro, the home. Tho Doctor makes no charge
lLe Ashland soap manufacturers. They
Mrs. S. A. FARNHAM.
II. M. Thatcher E-q of the firm of town is at the mercy of tho destroying for consultation and examination, and
aro making improvements every day
his terms for treatment aro withiu the
and their soap is getting deservedly Thatcher and Wordsu, spent a day iu
reach of every one.
fSlIiE T’nler-igned is r.ow prepared to furnl»h
WHITE and BROWN BREAD, Pies and
Shull We Have a New Bond to Crescent
Cakes, at me lowest prices. Families supplied and
from San Francisco. He has purchased
produce taken in exchange. At the
T he best of flour and fresh ground
Oar foreman came near being knock a large stock of merchandise for the
graham and corn meal delivered in any
THATCHER & WORDEN,
C rescent C ity , Oct. 1, 1877;
ed into pi by a fall on the side walk Lake Co. trade, most of which is now
part of Ashland, at mill prices, by the
E ditor T idings :—At a meeting of Eagle Mill, also Bacon and Lard. *
yesterday, under a bale of printing pa on the way to Linkville. Their new
Meuls 25 cents: Tea and Coflee
thecitiz ms of Crescent City and Del
per. The uff tir raised quite a G ilj in ad. will appear next week.
Norte county, held pursuant to call, to
The patronsge of the public is solicited nnd *atie-
W. S. SAYER.
T he T imes C iiani e .—Tho giaphic iake into consideration the matter of
G races .—We would perhaps havo is description of a deserted village, by constructing a wagon road from Cres Following are retailers’ prices, in the
sued tho T idings a little earlier this our correspondent “F,” will remind cent City to Illinois Valley, Oregon, Ashland Market:
Flour per 100lbs, $2 00
week, bad not (_). Coolidge arrived from many an old timer of the long ago, the undersigned werd appointed a com
Corn Meal per 100lbs. S3 00.
his vineyard, with a dry-goods box well when mining towns sprang up like i mittee to correspond with tho citizens
Wheat per bushel, GOcts.
filled with as finely flavored grapes as mushrooms iu the ruggudest and most; of Southern Oregou to ascertain the
BOOTS and ¿SHOES.
were ever consumed by a printer.
Potatoes pr lb 2cts.
inhospitable places, and many of the best route, by viewing the different
The street iu front of J. M. McCall inhabitants delirious with the prospect passes, having tbe same surveyed and
Cheese do IScts,
Lard in tins 15cts,
& Co's store has been almost blockad
GROCERIES, CROCKERY,*PAINTS, ’OILS E tc
ed with boxes and bales for several days
i'lggs pr duz 12^cts.
'l EORGE: NUTT.EY IT AS THE 1’LEASVRETO
and still the new goods aro continuing er aud passion that can riot in tbe hu Therefore we state our firm belief,
Ji aniioubce to tbe inh ibiuuota of Avbtaud »ud it«
ba^ed upon partial view, and the tosti
eurround’Dga bie re»diue«s to »apply all who need
to arrive. Their stock has already far
('uffee 30(,< 33cts.
with a good custom-made boot or shoe, made of the
outgrown the old building and every the ragged backbones of the hills there mouy of creditable person^, long con
Sugar 14(m IScts,
9ert materid. Cail and see him. Shop on Main
Street, over creek, near b-idge.
Tea G3cts G SI.
energy is exerted to get tho naw brick is many a lonely grave where the vic versant with the proposed route, that a
Ashland, June 17th, 1876.
Syrup pr galloi. .$1 50.
tims of tbe <«hl time lawlessness sleep I good roud can be built from this place
ready for service.
Hides—deer pr lb loots.
that sleep that knows no waking this to the divide between the wafers of
Apples—dried do Sets.
F ANY ONE CAN INFORM US WHERE A
A gentleman from Lake couuty call side the gates of another land, But Smith River and the waters of Illinois
small «junitily oi this gr iu can be secured, they
will rentier a favor by »ending a ord to the T idikus THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE COMPLETED THEIR
ed on an Ashland belle one day this the times have changed even in a de- River, ut t‘ point known as Elk Valley,
du pitted 12%cts.
O ffice .
week, aril iuvited her to take a buggy cade or two, more—fur more than the avoiding all mountains, and on a grade
Wool 21c ts.
Soap—hard per box $1 7.5—soft per
ride. She said she admired the team most sanguine lovers cf good order if desired, of one foot rise in a distance
(Oue Mile West cf the stand of old Buckeye MJ1)
» ver so much bat didn’t quite faucy hoped for, aud as the ol;i time manners I of twenty feet, ami in distance less than
Are new Sawing all kinds of Lumber,
the style of the buggy; whereupon he and customs gradually pass away, so tho present traveled road.
BOXING, SIDING, RUSTIC, FLOORING. FIN
promptly turned out the team. Ho du muuy of the old villages themselves I The cost of cojstriiction cannot be
ISHING, SCANTLING OF ALL SIZES.
had a w «eel-barrow.
Fir. Yellow and Sugar Pine of all dimensions
become things of ill«» past. Tbe rotting determined until actual survey, but we
sills, mu.ss-grown shitigles, aud toppliug believe that tho sum will be small in .1 carefully selected stock of
For the following standard works: Laths, Sheathing, Shingles, Fenc
Bi > un .—Tupper «aya “a babe in a walls alone are left to remind oue of
comparison to the ruaijnitnde of tbe
“ The Eir.-f Centura." liHisfena of the
ing etc., etc.,
llQIinri is II well spring of pleasure.”
the “barbaric spirit of the early days” work. As our interests are identical,
Tins is verified in the c ise ot our old
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS!
Gospel ]\ ork and Sac Testament llluslra-
and the boot of the horned owl has to oar belief, we respectfully ask your A
large se'ection of
friend MclLittou, dow the happiest
All orders promptly attended to.
taken th«* pla ’e of the boisterous voices co operation, aa.l suggest that yon take
loan in Aahlund. He is already ou too
of excited and iuforia'ed men.
• ••••• L. 1
steps to organiz»and seud viewers to
ulurt for a respectable occupation for
OATS, WHEAT, FLOUR, LARD and
act with viewers from this place to be
the young man aud bus filed a request
BACON, taken in Exchange for
appointed by the executive committee,
to have him employed in the T idings
JT1HE PARTNERSHIP heretofore exis’in» lietween
Ou Sunday last an intpnrfe excite the sooner tbe better, to avoid the early
office as soon as they cun dispense with
a 1 erdets to
dissolved by mutual cjnseul.
ment was occasioned iu Ashland by an rains. Any correspondence desired
his services at home.
MARSH, VALPEY A: CO..
J. B RIGDON.
AV. R. HATHAWAY.
affray between Wm. May field and Dr. may be directed to either of the uuder-
Yellow Jacket Mill, Brownsborough,
Ashland, On-gon, Aug 27ih 1877.
Mr. Meldrum of Oregon City accom- Allan FL C'oulan, both lite of Lake signed.
P- O., Ogn.
II. S. McLELLAN - Coin.
I'.Hnitd Gov. D. P. Thompson, to Ash couvty, in which tbe latter was severe
land, on Monday last. He seemed ly, perhaps fatally wounded. It ap- i
Linkville Livery Stables.
pleased with Ashland aud with South pears that an altercation had previous-1
LINK VILLi: 1TS.UN.
ern Oregon generally, thinking the ly occurred on the same morning iu the I
WuulJ inform Li» friend» that hi» Stables at
These paints have stood tbe test of years,
Ur» - tri 4\<«■-»
Trout fishing splendid.
cbmate far superior to that of Northern barber shop kept by Mlyfield, at which
and are now better than ever. They are
Oregon Mr. Meldrum is a gentlemau time neither were urmt d with danger Oar school has closed for the pres-
composed of the best materials known to
L. IBT K. VI L & E
of capital and enterprise and may con ous weapons. This altercation resulted ent.
- OREG OS
clude to assist in the development of iu the discottifitnre of CMilan, who re Vacant houses aro iu demand here,
I? lire linseed Qil
Are in excellent repair, amply pi irovided with f-ed
the mines of Southern Oregou.
In Prices of
paired to the soap factory, procured a but none to bo found.
---------------------- ---------1» wai ed ou
promptly and in the best style,
STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD
W ill R eturn .—From Capt. D. J.
AND PURE FRENCH ZINC.
BIDING HORSES always ou hand
Ferree we learn that Mrs. Jackson of butcher knife and returning to the bar all home again.
Horses promptly care 1 for, and
Ft. Klamath has received a dispatch ber shop, dared Mavfield to fight him. I Uncle George and Sikes havo gone to AN $30 SINGER F0^ $60 !
Which are so united by our process of man
ufacture. as to produce paint which is
BOX TOP, 2 DRAWERS & DROP LEAF. Tourists and Others Outfitted
from her husband, Cipt. James Jack- Sharp words ensued and finally almost
more durable, beautiful and will last
Ou the shortest noti.'e
son, stating that be expects to return at the same moment Conlan threw tbe
twice as long as any oih«'1 point known.
CL Do not Lil to give the T.inkviPe Stables atria
Three freight tyam3 arrived during
with his company by the first of Nov bottle at Mayfield and received a bullet
ember. Tue boys have had a terrific iu the back from Mayfields pistol as he the week, loaded with goods for the And Liberal Discount for Cash !
WZ EXCEPT NSNE.
tramp of it after Joseph and will no was turning to run. Conlan ran along firm of Thatcher <fc Worden. We are
MILLINERY STORE Its cost to the con^jimer is consi<l.irably
doubt pe rejoiced to get back into their the sidewalk towards the post office informed that they have u largo stock The list rf Saks for 1876
less than tbe AVERILL PAINT is already
and testimonials from the
On Main Street
old quarters at Ft. Klamath. Lieuts. i stumbling, pursued by Mayfield, and coming for their Fall and Winter trade. very beet judges in the country:
. Oregon. mixed and tinted if required. For Sale by
We, the underslgnel, residents of Jackson conn‘y.
John Q. Adams and Geo. S. Hoyle are as he fell from tbe sidewalk to tbe level
Mr. II. K. Hanna stopped over here out iugawl having used the Singer Micinne suiti-
J. M. McCALL & CO.,
of the street, Mayfield again fired, the on bis way home, aud we infer from cten ly long to satis y u « that it is in every refqtect We have dow ou baud a bemuiful uaeortment of
with this company.
first class luiic'.iee for all kinds of family work, Hats«, Bonnet«, Shades. French Flowers, Wreath»,
ball cutting a gash in the forehead but certain expressions dropped by some a would
Plumes, Neck TDs, Liuen Suits, Jute, Ladies’
cheertu.ly recommend it io all wishing to pur
Jubu II. Miller of Lake made us a not entering the cranium. By this
Finishing Goods, etc., etc etc.
a ilrst-c'ass sew ing machine:
of our young gallants that he excited chase
' Mr«. T. B. Atkinson.
Mrs. Geo. Wilton,
call a few days ago. lie is oue of the time a large crowd had gathered around
I Mrs. S J. Oliver,
considerable jealousy iu certain quar Mrs. Pres. Phipps,
I Mis. F. iJiy.
M.s. I J Phipps,
most enterprisiug farmers of the Lake i Mayfield upon tbe sidewalk, and bo
orders from a distance promptly tilled.
I ! Mrs. John Or<h.
ters. In fact it is somewhat of a query Mrs. M Lollmd,
country, having an excellent place on gave up bis pistol to a bystander. Upon
for Dr. Warner's Health Corset. Ev
S. E Dunlap,
with ns why Mr. II. should have Mrs.
ery ttnhg sold cheap for Cash.
i Mrs. N. Fisbe;,
Lower Klamath lake, near the State examination by Dr. J. II. Cbitwoo.l, it spent almost tbe entire two days iu the Mrs. Wm. P<yne.
| Miss A. Ros«,
t-«U Bleaching, Pressing and Coloring, in the very
I Mrs. T. T. McKenzie.
Mrs. M. It’gg«,
line, where he raises wheat successful was found that the ball had glanced eastern part of I owd , bat wo doubt not Mrs.
I Mrs. J. Ritter,
Hrs. Jas. Ewiny.
I M. Myer, me.chant tailor,
Mrs. M. A. Palmer,
ly. He reports that an eye disease has upon the shoulder blade so that it was he had a sufficient reason.
| John Farley, “
Mrs. J< Ganurg,
made its appearance among tho cattle impossible to trace its course more thin
j A. Mark«,
Mrs. H. Helms,
I Geo. Nuriev, shoemikei.
running on the marsh land, which is two inches, but as C od L iu ’ s lower ex
, Mis MiryJ.ritnii.n,
Mr-. T. J Be l,
I Mr«, J P. McDiuiel,
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES
Mrs. E McD'tiisl,
causing no little uneasin, s among cat tremities were completely paralyzed it fame, was in town during the week. Mrs.
j Mis. lieiij. Eitou.
tle mon. We think this may be occa wa3 decided that the ball must have
oils ard a’l k’nde of attachments on hand
improvements at Clear Lake aud Tule or Xe-Mlles,
sioned by the alkali dust left on the entered the vertebra, thus effecting the
Cur. First and Yamhill sis. Portland Oregon.
Hardware, Fancy Goods,
OF TWENTY FIVE YEARS’ PRACTICE
I L ike the present season.
tales after the subsidence of the high spine. In the examination which oc
J. W. RIGGS, A gfnt , A shland .
AS taken Rooms at Ashland, where he
water of last spring. If so, the cattle curred before Justice Sntton on Mon I Stephen Stakel has threshed from SEWING MACHINE SALES FOR 1876.
will n inain a lew days- On exhibi
will perhaps only be temporarily effect day, Prosecuting Attorney H. K. Han tbe crop grown*on his ranch, two miles
his office will be seen the members’
ed as the full rains will likely wash na appearing for the State and Judge
M «chu e Co.,
little over 1,800 bushels of nice, clean, Houe
108,997 R-gnlar Dentiste tor California, of which the
Wnesler & Wi!»ou Mf’g Co.,
away jhe alkali.
E. B. Watson iu the defense of the
23,587 Dr. is a member.
S. M. Co ,
riesy Crockery, Paints, Oilst Etc.,
i plump grain. Who says we can’t Domesiie
Ameiican B H w S. M. Co.,
Weed Sewing Machine i’o.,
T h ;:B ig D itch .—G uv . D. P. Thomp
. raise grain?
the examination of a number of wit
Wilcox & Gib » b. M. Go ,
son made Ashland a brief visit on Mon
day last. It seems he is driving ahead
statement given above, except that it Photographer, had the misfortune to
with his customary energy oa the big
get bit on the hand by a regular tarant
ditch oa Little Applegate. Some de was tho general understanding that the ala, which not only caused his Land
lay has been occasioned by the partial first shot did not tako effect but that it and wrist to s well aud inflame consid J Pleasant and Homelike House situated
B. P. NEIL.
burning of the saw mill, but, notwith was the second one which entered Con- erably but lias produced a running
lliiininipg-Bird Springs, near
standing this, he expects to have the lau’s body. After argament by the At sore which is quite painful.
ditch completed in time to commence
STOCK SALT, pr. 100,
mining operations by the fifteenth of tice Sutton, who decided that Mayfield
from Linkville, on the road to GROUND ALUM “
were in town during the past week. Eleven Ft. nffi-s
K’atnatb, Lake Co., Oregon.
November. It is extremely fortunate was excusable nnder the circumstances
LIVERPOOL (meat) .
They have recently purbased of Mr. I.
for Southern Oregon that a man of Mr.
At J. M. McCALL & CO’S.
Attention paid to tbe wants of guests
N. Shook, another tract of laud, loca
Thompson’s energy and means has ta
XC'The bigbe-t market price paid
ted in Alkali valley. Consideration,
The subscriber also keeps a Good Stahl«»
ken hold of this enterprise, thus pio
$1,000, which is another evidence of wGl «nppli*»d with hay and grain. Call and
eep constantly on hand at their
Large stock of new goods just receiv
neering the way for other extensive Dinforth, who had him removed to the
see it bo can keep hotel.
SU »p, near tbe b'i<ige, o i Miin Street, aguod
ed—Full announcement next week. Couie
eupply of frn-Li BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL, etc.,
mining operations in this section of county- hospital where he lies in a very
which they «>fler at the l«»west market price.
and 6ee us.
I tho sage country.
( critical condition.
I temized .
Aehl-md, Jute 17th, 1876.
LIVE : LET LIVE
G. F. BILLINGS.
I) R Y
G O O D S,
STEAM SAW MILL
ATTENTION ! !
B G O K A G E N T.
( lencral Merchandise
Averill Mixed Paints.
Thatcher & Worden,
I) Il Y