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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1877)
IN LAKE. :
INTERESTING TO FARMERS!:
On our first page will be found a | Many of the inhabitant of the dryer (Condensed from Oreg1 >nUn and Cill Dispatches.]
communication from Like relative to : portions of California have suffered ■ FernandinaOct.il. Weather bright
OCTOBER I!), 1*77
pleasant; sick doing well; no deaths, j
certain transactions of the officials of severely from the drought this season, ! and
HE UNDERSIGNED. BELIEVING IT
Some new cases are reported, includ- j
that county. We have heanl nothing and the consequence is a continuous ■ ing two physicians.
to be to the mutual advantage of
iu regard to the matter outside of this march towards the webfoot state. This
Atlanta, Oct. 11.—The Republican !
letter and give it a place that the peo- • exodu3 has already brought into Ore State Committee has disbanded. Of1
A farmer’s home may be made a place pie of Like generally may know that gon many enterprising people who, j twelve members present, 10 voted aye.
Millers and Farmers,
of great comfort and attraction or such an affair is in a state of fermenta having experienced the disadvantages
Constantinople, Oct. 11.—The Turk-1
quite the reverse. The fact of its being tion. These charges are very grave, ! of a climate too dry, can appreciate bet- foil war office confirms the report of the :
Have made arrangements whereby the
of Chefkat Pasha* with Osman
out of the dust and away from the din such as ought not to be made without ' ter even than ourselves the blessing of junction
Pasha, ami the eutrv of re enforcement
of the city, and surrounded by pleas pretty reliable evidence of their truth | never f uling crops. A number of these and supplies into Plevna.
ant landscapes, is calculated to enhance fulness. If the officers have really been people have concluded that Rogue I San Francisco, Oct. 11.—Loss bv the
Ashland and Phoenix MillSj
its beauty and add to its comfort, but guilty of an attempt to enrich them River valley is the place they have partial burning of the village of Vaca
we too often find among the farmers selves aX the expense of the people it is been looking for and are at least deter ville amounts to upwards of $190,000.
Insurance upwards of $50.000. The
nothing but incessant toiling, a dearth 1 of coarBO altogether proper that they I mined to give it a trial.
fire was an incendiary one.
O Will be under the management of J a
of home comforts, a conviction on the
shown up in their true light; if not
NOT A MOB.
cob W aoxeb . who will have charge of
part of the farmer that time spent in an toe wav is open for them to prove in a
land dispatch says Shermans successor
both Mills for the Company during the ensu
effort to beautify and make pleasant his I jegaj manner their innocence. If the
the Senate, may be Pendleton, E V- !
A Pittsburgh paper argues that the in
home is absolutely thrown away, and Grand Jury has the matter in hand it
late strike was not a mob but au iusnr thousand of Republicans who find cou- We take pleasure iti announcing that this ing year, ending July 1st, 1878.
the result is that we s« o everything. , will doubtless see that it is properly
rection. A mob is a suddenly provok solation in the assurance that Lis 8UC- old and si bsTANUAi. institution is in ac We will pay the highest market price for
rough, soiled, untidy, and the life a worked up, aud we hope the result will
tive operation, manufacturing from the
ed outburst, a local ebullition, without cessor be Stanley Mathews.
good merchantable wheat, and are prepared
ceaseless round of cire andlabor. Yet j • exonerate the officers from tbo charge
Chicago, Oct. 11 —The 'limes Wash
to contract flour sacked and branded at
we find very different scenes than this, . of peculation.
ington special regards Pindall pretty VERY BEST OF NATIVE WOOL
the Mills, at $18 00 per thousand pounds.
even among farmers of quite limited
sure to secure the speakership, all com
binations of opposing elements having
means, but of a more improved taste
KOCK POINT ITEMS.
perhaps, who make their country life
Office of the Company at the Ashland
or rebellion, not a mob, consequently
St. Petersburg Oct. 12 —Probably
Oct. 10, 1877.
and country homes the source of much
Todelben will replace Gen. Nepo-
Mr. Geo. Burns, an old resident of j the nation or, at all events, the state Gen.
WAGNER, ANDERSON A
enjoyment. It is not unreasonable to
at the head of the general
estimate, taking all the year round, that J
staff. A new Russian seven per cent
out of a dozen hours of the day two been engaged in mining on Birdseye PARTICULARS OF THE SURRENDER loan is impending.
London, Oct. 11.—The Mirqnis of
might be devoted to brushing up creek, met with a terrible accident yes
N ew Y ork Oct. 11.—The Sun has the I Salisbury, in a speech at Bradford,
around the premises,planting and train terday. He was on his way home from
said the war was not to be abandoned
ing ornamental trees and shrubbery, in a hunting tour and was walking along following:
until either of the belligerents was
the cultivation of flowers and the col driving two pack horses. He stooped
F t . B enton , Oct. 8, via H elena 10,
strikingly defeated or utterly exhans And all other fabrics usually manufactured
in a Fihsr C lass W oolen F actory -
lection of interesting objects in natural
The capitulation of the entire band I I ted. l^ngland, he said, was not at pres
history. Thus the home may be made
of Nez Pereas under Joseph occured at I I from her neutrality, to offer anything
a more pleasant and attractive place for
2 o’clock on the afternoon of October but general pacific advice.
the often overworked farmer's wife, and struck a rock and fired the contents— j 5th. The savages gave up their guus
--- AT THE----
P aris , Oct. 12. — Garn Letta has been
a better and more suitable place in a half ounce ball—through boih of his | and ammunition, passing iu review be sentenced to three months imprison
which to bring up and develop the bet legs below the knee. One leg was ter fore General Miles and accepting an ment and to pay a flee of $800 for pla
Nothing but Genuine Wool.
ter tastes of the children. Again; the ribly shattered and will have to be am unconditional surrender. The troops carding his recent address.
Kansas City, Oct. 13. — Grave doubts
One IXiiiidied Pairs Pants
farmer can doubtless find time enough putated at the knee, the other is not at once occupied the Indians’ intrench
Fifty Pairs Boots,
from the essential labors of the farm to
ments and the first victory over the red lins, recently killed as one of the rob- * ALSO SOCKS and STOCKING YARN,
. V colored <>r uncolored, in qualities to
take the family on many a pleasant sent to the county hospital where it is skins during the past two years was sig bersof the Union Pacific train. Enough Mill
Mu st be Sold inside of Forty Days,
ride around the premises and through hoped he will have the best of atten nalized. After the Indian camp had lias been learned to justify the state
Pants Worth $7 for............................. $1 O')
ment that Collins could not have been
the neighborhood. This time he may af tion.
been surrounded ar.d the soldiers had present
Poo’s Worth $7 50 for......................... $3 50
at toe time. lie is said to have
ford to take often, even from the light Jos. Beggs, the popular teamster of secured defensive positions, no casual been returning
from the Black Hills
* ¿j? And other goods exceedingly low.
er labors of the farm, since, in that Southern Oregon, met with quite a se- ties occurred. The soldiers closed in with about $20,000, baviug bold a band ■i
Call and secure bargains.
way he may be even “more perfectly ribus accident on the Sth inst. M’liile upon the savages slowly but surely, af of cal tie there.
MRS. M. W. HAROADINE.
fulfilling the purposes of a short life on bis way to Roseburg, and just south ter the first day, all the time extending
Chicago, Oct. 14.—The Atchison, The highest market price paid for Ashland S»pt 4, 1877.
Good Native Wool in money or
than in merely rolling together dollars of Sexton’s his spring seat broke and their line of rifle pits. It was the pur Topeka and Santa Fu road is reaching
and cents by uninterrupted work." he fell to the ground, hurting his head pose of Gen. Miles to lose no more
tral Pacific road by way of Southern
Civilization is gradually improving the I and one shoulder quite s everely. Dr. men by attack. (Ju the fourth day al Utah, at some
point in.central Utah.
condition of the agricultural people. Aiken was called and says he will get. ter the light Joseph raised a white flag
Syracuse. N Y., O't 14.—The busi
With the increase of the means and fa along all right.
for the third time, and through the in
cilities for cultivation a powerful agen Our friends Latta and Patterson, of terpreter offered to surrender provided morning. Loss about $60,000 It was
work of an incendiary. The man
cy is ever active in the elevation and Dardanelles, are both “off duty" with they were allowed to keep the ir guns. the
is known but has not yet been found.
improvement of the country people intermittent fever.
Miles sent word he must surrender
New Y'ork. Oct. 1-1.—Some journals
themselves. The exercise of improved
The Good Templars of R igue River without reserve, aud the battle « was re I report that Jay Gon d ami Sidnev Dil Patronize home Industry, ant
methods and the use of improved ma
who have been iu the wo-t for
Lodge will give a dance at their hall nowed. The white flag was displayed lon,
weeks, have perfected arrange
will see that von are satisfied.
chinery calls for the exercise of thought on Friday evening 19th inst.
w. again on the filth ami last day when ments for railway hence to San Franeis-
aDd the ornamentation of the farm
Joseph appeared in front of his lines co under ono management. The pro
house and grounds develops the esthet
LETTER FROM .JOSEPHINE.
and advanced to meet Miles to whom gramme-embraces I'Hie, Great We-tern
ic tastes, and thus the experiment grad
he tendered his gun. He was followed or Grand Trunk, Michigan Central.
ually goes on. The principal agency
by GO warriors who also turned over North West« rn or Rock I.dand to Oma
ha. Gould for years has b- en aiming
which is operating to produce the de E ditor T idings :—The Williams their arms and shook hands with Miles at
1 his stroke.
sired result is the common school sys Creek bridge, an important public im When the troops entered the rifle pits
Washington, Oct. 13—The p.-et-i
tem, and the improved methods and provement for this part of the country, 40 warriors were discovered disabled dents mes-age will cover tue report
means of instruction now in reach of is about finished and ready for travel. by wounds, and were removed to the from the Secretary of War, and »-.-ti
the common people. Many more in This insures safe traveling for the stage camp hospital. The number of Indians mutes for the sum necessary to provide
for the army during the current fiscal
proportion to the entire population, and other conveyances during the high killed is not known as they had already year. .The Secretary asks an appropri
tbanYormerly, come up from the corn est stages of water through from Jack buried their dead. Miles left at noon ation of $31,282 ()u6, including $520.
fields to attend the academies, semi- sonville to Kirbyville. The bridge is Sunday for Tongue river, tuking with 000 to compute the new war depait
neries and universities and returning well constructed, anil is a credit to him his dead and wounded andthesur merit buildings For repair ami sup
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
of the soldiers cfun< terv an appro
cultivated and enlightened into the ag those who have had it in charge. It is rendered band. Gen. Sturgis did not I port
priation of $180.000 is recotumeudvd.
ricultural districts, infuse an improved hoped that our county commissioners arrive in time to take a handin the I The difficienev of the navy department
element into country life.
will have the foresight to have it cov tight, ami the glory of the victory rests is about $2,000,000; that of the depart
ment of justice, about $250 060. Sec’\
with Miles. Howard with an escort of Schurz
asks for $33 000 to rt pair the
F F li NI S H I X G G O O D S,
OREGON AND CALIFORNIA.
The return of another party from the 17 men arrived on the field on the mor damage sustained at the Interior De
cave is announced. They confirm with ning of the surrender. His presence partment by the recent fire.
After commenting very favorably on out adding to former discoveries. It was not understood and he made no at Washington, Oct. 13—A telegram
A full line of Boots and Shoes of
the exhibit of Oregon at the late Me was found impossible to a-cend the bed tempt to assume command He left hie was received at the general land office
all sorts and sizes.
from Receiver Work of Eureka,
chanics' Fair in San Francisco, the of the stream much farther, without infantry at the Missouri river and with to-day
Nevada, inquiring: Shall we continue
Journal of Commerce says: “There is crawling in the water; none of them be his cavalry proceeded to the scene of to receive applications for strictly des
no rivalry between Oregon and Califor ing of an amphibian nature, the feat battle. Entrenchments occupied by ert lands? Commissioner William-on
nia, save the laudable one of each striv was not attempted. A thorough ex the Indians consisted in all of over 1G0 replied as follows: You will continue Ä W e IIS e I e steel St oc k CROCKERY..
ing to do its best. Resources of Califor ploration of the cavern will require rifle pits which communicated with t> receive applications for strictly
desert lands, but appli cations mu t b
nia another ably conducted San Francis- time, perseverance and labor, neither each ortier so that assistance could be accompanied by nmloulted proof of
co paper devotes a long editorial to the of which has been brought to bear upon rendered if necessary. The squaws their desert character.
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
Chicago, Oct. 13 —As the French
consideration of Oregon’s resources, the task as yet.
fought by the side of the warriors,took
approach the public anxiety
speaking in the very highest terms of
Quite a sensation was created in our care of the wounded, and bur ied the elections
clothing , groceries ,
is intensifying Both parties are sim
her capabilities. It once appeared that district school to day, by the teacher dead.
ply over confident. Claims of majori
there was quite a wide spread jealousy taking a fit. The school house emptied
ties are made on both sides which nnv
BOOTS AND SHOES
in California towards Oregon which of scholars in almost as short a time as
to be unfounded. It is impossible t<>
II A R D W A R E
was even prejudicial to the sale of Or it takes to tell it and most of them did
arrive at any conclusion as to what the
[Condensed from State Exchange.1»]
egon products in San Francisco, but not stop until they reached home.
result wdl be. The public interest in
Snow two inches deep at Granite the
T O B A C C 0
Hardware, Cutlery Etc.
happily all vestages of such feeling, Some of the larger girls, however, had
election is becoming manifet-t in
Creek, Grant county lately.
the streets, and the R-'publican coni
even if true that it existed to such an the presence of mind to apply such
The number of school children in ments ou President ?JcMabon’8 lat-t
D R L G S
extent as was formerly believed, are remedies as were at hand and the teach Albany district is G37. The Democrat
manifesto are vers severe.
fast fading out and the leading papers er was soon at himself again.
complains that less than a third of
London, Oet. 13 —U S. Minister And in fact everything usually kept in first Always on hand and made to or-
ef the Golden State set forth the advan Speaking of schools, I am reminded them attend school.
Pierrepotit has tendered his resignation,
der, the best of
class variety store », which having
tages of the land of Webfoot in a just that your able and piquaint correspond The Albany Register states that to take effect December 1st.
been purchased in 8m Francisco
Tin Sliec t ii on antfCopperware
and magnanimous spirit. The truth is ent from Applegate, “Mack," has been Michael Murry, aged 13 years, while I Sistova, Oct. 13 —Preparations are
Oregon’s resources could not loDg be in our midst aud started a singing farm, about 4 miles from Albany, was view of tho transfer of Headquarters
Cheap For Cash
At the Lowest Cash Prices !
hidden from the world, and she is now [ school. It ought to prove a success if killed by receiving the charge of shot here.
gaining that recognition to which she ! numerous pretty girls ami handsome from one of the barrels of the gun he
New York, Oct. 15 —The Timos Chi
Tin y will sell at the very
special says: The special to th«
Or Exchange for
is entitled by her manifold resources. widows are a prerequisite thereto.
Years ago while fabulous fortunes were | Query ? Wonder if Mack isn’t anxious the fence. Two dogs were with Micky James Berry, supposed to be one of
being realized in a day in California, to fall in where the ice was broken when be was killed, and it was through the express robbers on the Uni-n Pa
the ruling impulse of money getting lately ?
them that he w.as eventually found.
cific railroad, has been captured in
filled that State with a stirring and en
Daniel Bmson, an old resident of Calloway Co. Bearv had $10.(1(10 it,
I have a railroad item to wind upon
We trust the public will give tis an op
gold of 187» on his person. Berrv
Union county, died on the 7th inst.
ergetic population in a very short time, which
$9,009 gold in Mexico a few dav> portunity to verity our statements before
IL B. Hood, proprietor of the stock sold
and Oregon patiently awaited a day love to ponder aud inwardly digest.
ago and left there for Texas. When purchasing elsewhere.
And all kinds of Merchantable
when she could lay her products before Mr. John Morris, a practical surveyor size and number of his corrals, so that discovered be attempted to flee, but
was brought to by,a load of buck-shot.
the world and prove in a certain and and civil engineer, and in the employ they will hold 1,090 more cattle.
satisfactory way, her capabilities. She of the O. «fc C. R. company, has been
Numerous anonymous letters have needed for the transportation and erec
had to bring herself into notice with examining a route through the low been dropped on the streets of Astoria tion in this city of the Egytian Obelisk,
JJ^Please give tne a call and
out the stimulus of such golden oppor pass at the head of Williams Creek,
now standing at Alexandria, has been
convince yourself before purchas
tunities as California could offer, but across the main fork of Applegate, near
JLLVPF <f- ROBERTS.
within ten days If not complied with
her growth though so gradual has been Steamboat, then over and through the jncemliarism is threateuted
B. F. REESER.
(V 2u 15 if. )
CourFr Journal says, D rvid Ha l oi
Arbbtd September 12Ui 1877.
sure and steady. Now that the world Siskiyou’s to Beaver, thence through to
The Standard says the Multnomah I Franklin County, wus whipped ¡Satur
knows her crops never fail, that her; Shasta valley and the California con county jail now has 38 prisoners, as day night bv masked men. It is thought
forests of the finest timber are almost nection. He is very positive in the ex many as can be accommodated, and the result of this affair will be the un
limitless, that her fisheries are of the pression of bis opinion of the practi that, if crime should continue in the earthing and briDgiug to justice of a
ratio for the next six months, it band of so-called Ku Klux, who hav»-
most important character, that for cat cability of this route, and thinks it has same
UNDERSIGN El) WILL BE FOUND
will be necessary to enlarge the prison. been disturbing Franklin county for WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER rpIIE
JL at his shop on Main sireet, two doois
tle raising few places on the continent! conclusive advantages over all other
The Bee says D. W. Howard of June years.
ft oin (he livery stable?, wlisi e he is prepared
Ash laid, Oregon.
afford better opportunities, that a vast routes thus far examined. Should his tion City was relieved a few days ago
to <lo all kinds of work in his line -t the,-
Detroit, Oct. 15.—A fire destroyed
acreage of agricultural lands yet re-’ suggestions have due weight with the of $280 while riding on the cars, by an entire square in the town of Clam
mains untouched, that there is bound- j railroad company, it is just possible some one of the light fingered gentry, Lake. Loss, $40,900; insurance $15 • Juft received,« brp» and relict 1< t of Gold and WAGONS, BUGGIES AND ALL KINDS;
Piateti je*el ) i also, a g >utl aikeoruntnt of
less wealth yet stored in her hills that Jacksonville and Ashland will both who abound in Salem.
Of Vehicles Made to Order.
awaiting development, we may expect wake up some fine morning and find
removo I from Richmond to his res
Repsiring of all kinds done with dispatch,
a progress far more rapid than ever be that they are too far from Williams has raised on bis place this year one ton
idence in this city to night without un Eye gls*Fep an<t Sfwirg Machine needles constantly/ call »nd tee me.
fore realized in her history.
creek to ever amount to much I
thousand pounds of canary seed.
uu bund und for eale at minimum price#.
Lake Co., Or.
Lowest Living Profits