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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1877)
J. W. RIGGS,
Dr. H. F. Adams will visit Ashland
Oct. 21st and ‘221 for the treatment of
chronic diseases. l)r. Adams treats
all diseases of the chest; catarrh and
bronchial aff coions successfully. Dr.
Adams makes a specialty of ali kinds of
diseases of the ey? and ear.
Call on I
Dr. Adams at the Ashland House. *
Among the Indians who came in from
OCTOBER 19, 1S77
Klamath this week to purchase winter
supplies, were Capt. Blowe the head
chief; D avo Hill, second chief, and ;
sub chiefs Captain an>l Link River!
That grape festival at Mr. Tozer’s
Jack. The two first are tbe most nota- I
I uni now permanently located in this
was a decided success.
ble of th°se representatives of the Kia-;
pisce, and resj c ?tfully asks the patronag 01
math nation, having been conspicuous
T olman s G ravel M T ines on CA. w tl:e citizens.
Rev. Geo. Nutley, the shoemaker, is
as tbe allies of the whites during both | C reek —Judge Tolmau writes to an
erecting a new shop near the Postoffice.
ALL WORK WARRANTED
the Snake and Modoc wars, and now Ashland friend that he has enrolled as
Goods of every conceivable variety
being tho recognized leaders of their laborers 41 white men and 3G China To give Entire S tisfaction. Prices to suit Ashlaud,
continue to arrive at J. M. McCall A
people in civilization. Dave IL11 or men. He has probably opened the
Go’s. Their new ad. will appear next
Walaiks Skid if, is the man who was ditch to paying ground by this time.
Marsh &, Valpey.
kidnapped in New York City, while a The design is to complete a line of
gQpCall and see Sjicdmens.
Ka-lunx ca-naw non-oke morkdox,w ock-
member of Redpath’s Indian Lecture ditches extending over Id miles, but
a-list! Gambia, said Capt. Blow, and
Company, and whose disappearance] there is supposed to be.paying ground,
A LL KINDS OF PLANING, MO ü L d
O n a H unt .—We learn that our old
ing. Circular and Scroll-Sawing don
the mwk-lbjc straightway gambhed for
created so much of a sensation in the
friend Thos. G. Reames, of Jackson
great Metropolis. Dave’s thrilling ex-! is to be developed as the work proceeds,
ville, has “gone off in a band to him
periences on the war-path in the early thus making the ditch pay all or a con
THE EAGLE MILL
Remember tLut the people will
days, his lecturing campaign in the. siderable part of the expense of its con
SASH, DOORS, MOULDINGS,
15 D.iies South of Jicksouvil'e p.nd mile
■ways find at the Pioneer Store an excel on the summit of Wagner’s Butte on a List, his abduction and the circuui- j struction. The Judge, who is superin Situated
North of Ashland, is prepared iu do general
House, Sign and Ornamental Painting and
lent assortment of just euch things as hunting expedition. Tom has the skill stances of his long and weary inarch, ; tending the work, writes that the di
done to order in the Mill, or iu
Custom and Exchange Business the country.
and sand required for such a raid and
Canvassing ceiling, Paper
friendless and penniless.across the con rectors of the company, to wit: Gov.
Flour anl Feed at the—
will doubtless make it warm for the
Whimwashin , Ac.,
tinent, would make a volume of unus Chadwick, Judge Willis, J. Brandt jr.,
Mr. Amon Shook of Dairy, Like Co., mmci/rh up there.
on shortest possible notice.
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Sol Abrahams, D. A. Levens and Mr.
is spending some days with his friends
flour, 2Jlb« ‘h'irts «nd 8 lb* bran per bush
Ashland, June 17th, 1876, [u Ilf. c 2-18
The new building of Dr. Inlow, near man, though a member of a fallen and Hinkle," lately made the mines >* visit el 36 for lb«of
in Ashland. He reporti all quiet at
g XMi wheat. Wr) «ick and brand the sacks
the Post Office, is nearly completed ' fadmg race. On Sunday evening the and, after a thorough examination,went —customers furnishing the sacks. My brother
and adds no little to the appearance of Indians attended church, in Ashland, away ia full confidence of the future
We regret to learn that S. M. Watt, that part of town. The Doctor’s drug! and, by request of Elder Peterson aud success of the enterprise “but badly
ASHLAND . BAKERY
'if the busines«, being agfifted by
formerly of Ashland, is lying very low store will occupy a part of the lower ■ others, addressed the congregation , worsted for the want of a better place Will have charge competent
with consumption, at the residence of story and the remaintier will be used briefly on the civilization of their peo to sleep.”
Everything as represented or no sale.
«♦ ♦ ♦*
Hon. J. C. Tolman.
as a residence by J. W. Riggs, whose ! ple, contrasting their present situation
Mrs. S. A. FARNHAM.
photograph gallery will occupy a part with that of former days, before the j ed to Bradley A Ilalofson for the best I’bo-
Wo had a pleasant call, a few days
advent of the white man, showing that L graphs iu the I nited .States, and the Vien
of the upper story.
rSYIlE Undersigned is now prepared to fucois’),
ago, from Edward Ivory, of Clover
fl WHITE and BROWN BREAD, Pies ami
their condition is now immeasurably na Medal or the best in the world.
Cakes, nt tLe
prices. Families supplied untl
Swail, Modoc county. He started on
429 Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
F ine T ubers .—We acknowledge a better and their prospects brighter than
produce taken iu exchange. At tne
Lis return on Monday last.
call, a few days ago, from A. W. Bish, ' ever before in their history. They
T he best of llour and fresh ground
who left on our table some of the finest 1 said they had been taught that the white
I nexcusable —Gen. Schenodishush-
graham and corn meal delivered in any q F ANY ONE CAN INFORM US WHERE A I
adjacopatoff was impaled cn a Turkish I potatoes wo have ever seen. They are man’s enlightenment had come to him part of Ashland, nt mill prices, by the a small quantity ot tt.is grain can lie secured, they Meals 25 cents: Tea and Cofled*
wi.l render a favor by teuling word to tbe T ilings
lance at l’levta, and »ome of the p ipers of such colo«sal proportions that we through the bible, and that they were Engle Milj^ulso Bacon and Lard. *
< »1 FICE.
talk of hollowing one out for a waste | anxious to learn more of the truth con
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The patronage of the public 19 solici’ed and »at!»-
have got the name spelt wrong.
W. 8. SAYER.
I basket. Mr. Bish has raised this year tained in the book, as well as to make
As Low as the Loictst, and only one
O. Coolidge is building a very hand not less than 75,000 ibi. of these mag progress in tbe arts of civilized life. price at the EAGLE MILL. All re
some residence on his lot west of his! nificent tubers in his gardens, a few They anticipated good results from tbe ports to the contrary are false.
home place in Ashland. The new build miles south of Ashlaud.
i school now in progress on the Reserva
ing is for rent when completed.
F ire .—Iu the hurry of going to press tion, hoping through its agency, to see
For the following standard works:
B F. Reeser tn addition to a full line yesterday we were unable t j get a<l the j their little ones master the my-teries of
“7’Zr First Century." “History of the
of hardware, always keeps on hand an detaih of the coiiil.igratiou which the white man’s paper language. They SMITH.—Iu Atdihnd Oct. 15,of inflininri-n <>f the
brilli, Gronde, sou <>f Mr. aud Mr«, Harry B jiiu ., Ceutenmal Exhibition ” “A Century of
excellent assortment of dry goods, to occurred on Wednesday night near the ! spoke iu the native Klamath and the aged ne;.r y luree years.
Gospel Work and Sew Testament Illustra
We learn, ! enphoneous Cbenook aud the English
bacco, wooden ware etc. Sie bis ad. i residence of Mr. Jacobs.
however, that the ash-hopper was spir j interpretation was rendered by an old
Call at tbe Ashland Post Office. [Gtf
"1EORGE NUTLEY HAS THE PLEASURE TO
E tectum Notice,
The Ashland minstrel club prao ited away by the destroying fiend in a scout, long familiar with the peculiari
JI antiouuce to the iih ibiiant? of A-nland » ik I ii.
hie readine-a to supply alt who need
ticeth. Judging from the racket they fearfully short time. The ashes have ties of the Indiau tongue.
An ht mal electi >u far officer* for the to *n of A«h-
with a g xxl cusu.m-uiade boot or shoe, made of the
tiest uau-teriil. Gill and see him. biiop on Maia
juake at their rehersals we expect some been saved however, Let us not delay speeches abounded in the peculiar and liud will be litld it tr.e tom. tiuli lutile town of A-h-
Linkville Livery Stables. Street,
lind cai ttie nra: Moul >y, 5111 day of Novem
over creek, near bridge.
ber, 1SÎ7, f.ir tbe j urpoB-ofe celine (be ioliuwiiu;
rousing entertainments in the future.
Ashland, June 17th, 1876.
the organization of our fire company striking metaphors so common to In oibcers,
t<» fciv-t one yew, to-.i’i,:
dian oratory, interesting the audience Uà«- i'.i-eo'det; Oae Mar-h .1; On-The teurer.
Would inform his friends th it bis Sub'.e3 at
We regret to 1-ara that E. 1’. Billings another moment
By or k-r vf Lae lijard of Trus te«,
ty N OTIC
I'X'.'eedingly, nod we regret that we
recovers very slowly from his late ut-
We attended Mr. O. IL Park’s pan cannot reproduce them for the edifica
THE UNDEBRIGNFD HAVE COMPLETED THEIR
tacln of fever. He manages tb>* Eagle oramio exhibition of the C.*ntpunial last
tion of our readers, as we were riquest-
DR. J. S. JACKSON.
LAKE COUNTY - - - OREGON
Mills energetically however. Patron- Siturday evening, and are gl ul to say
| °d to do by tbe congregation. The
(Oue Mile West cf the stand of old Buckeye Mill)
iz 5 Lum.
Are in excellent repair, arnpij- previfled wi*h feed
that we considered it a decided success. 1 Kkimatbs as a tribe have never been at
And tint ctiitoiuer* wilt tie wui ed oil
Are now Sawing all kinds of Lumber,
promptly and in rhe beet etjie,
Hun. L S. Dyer aud Capt D. J. One can certainly get au excellent idea war with the whites, but bn the con
BOXING, SIDING, RUSTIC, FLOORING. FIN
A Good HACK Excellent BUGGIES and No i
ISHING, SCANTLING OF ALL SIZES.
Ferree ot Like, arrived in Jv-.blind on of t’ e colossal building* which grow up trary,were our allies in tbedarkest d-o, s
RIDING HORfcES alw.ije on hand
Fir,Yellow and Sugar Pine ot all dimension»
Wednesday »veuing with their teams. as by magic in Fairmount park last that ever came to our frontier le’tle-
k fe Horses promptly cure l fur, and
Laths, Sheatliing, Shingles, Fenc
They c-»me fi r fruit and other supplies year, and of many of the interesting I meids and are consequently more en-
objects on exhibition, By taking a look i titled to friendly fet lir;g than almos'
ing etc., etc.,
fur the winter.
Ou the shortest noti :e
at this panorama.
I any other of the Indian tribes now ex I
Do notf. il to give tbe Linkville Stable»atm
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS!
A R ed S hawl —Wo
All orders promptly attended to
DotiCri I.t-<t weeK ill it on
Pioneer Kenuion. a r »l
...... t .1N .Z• • • • •
land, and left on WednpfiJay’n stage read the tribute to Jonathan A. Pedigo '
i>y u guest at the A s ’. i I a ’ î
OATS, WHEAT, FLOUR, LARD and
On Main Street
fur Portltc.d whore he is to receive and in to days paper with no little interest. I
- - - - - Oregon.
call on Ja*p*r Ilattdk ft)
BzYCON, taken in Exchange for
open bids for Ageuey supplies.
Mr I ’[’here are doubtless many others be- ;
We have now on baud a beautiful assortment of
STOCK SALT, pr. 100,.............. .$2 75
Mr. W. W. Watt-ou, Lite of lue Tin iloork has undertaken to 11.1 an
a 1 < rders to
e sides the author, now iu various part of ’
Dm«, Bonnet«, Shades. French Flowers, Wreaths,
I ngs office, i i now employed us a ebrk of peculiar recponsibility, one r< quir-j tiie Countrv, who remember the name GROUND ALUM “ .............. • o 00
ihua-es, Nock Ties, Lh>eu Suits, Ju'e, Ladies’
MARSH, VALPEY & CO
Finishing Goods, etc., etc etc.
iu the Post Office and the .store of 1L-1- ing much, patieuce, judgment and ex- i brave and generous hearted soldier LIVERPOOL (meat) ................ . 3 50
Yellow Jacket Mill, Brownsborough,
At J. M. McCALL & CO’S
man A Funntaiu. We have tried Mr. perience, but we have confidence that boy. B it his case was that of many i
P. O., Ogn.
Wateon and know he will givo satisfac
otuers who fell iu Indian war-fare, iu '
Wheat (hits. Barley, Bacon and Lard.
K iT .Agency for Dr. Warner’s Health Corset, Ev-
in his new field.
/gi^frirge stock of new goo Is just receiv
Pressing and Coloring, in the very
— Fnll announcement next week. Come LCuieet Bleaching,
Dr J. S. Dennison, Physician at i
Rev. J. B. Donaldson our now Pres
and .*ee us.
There paints have stood the test of years,
byterian pastor made us a pleasant call
and are now better than ever. They a e
this week. He ba» lately returned from few days ago, accompanied by a score ' around a rotting head-board, but alas,
composed of the beet materials known to
the annual session of the Synod nt or two of the Klamaths. The Doctor j others fell we know not where. We
only R dow that, somewhere, among the
Portland where he was ordained for has the reputation among the S.'iras/as <
i of being very skillful in the practice of mountains, they became the red-man’s
his pastoral work.
i 'em a yin and is exerting r.o little infiu-' prey. It is plainly our duty to remem
STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD
OF TWEXTY-F1VE YEARS’ PRACTICE
Dr. Coalan died in Jacksonville on , once in the way of breaking up unreas j ber with gratitude those who have f.ri-
AND PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Saturday morning list from bis onable and barbarous practices of the i en in Indian war fare, “when tho tom
AS taken Rooms at Ashland, where he
THE BENE!* I f ( >F THOSE DESIR-
will remain a lew days* On exhibi Which are so united by our process of man
wounds. He had passed through many native k'e or or Medicine Men. Ils left ahawk and not the laurel, was the meed
inggo <1 wagon work, the undersigned
in his office will be seen the members ufacture.
as to produce punt which ia
fiery ordeals iu his time, having been again fyr his station on Wednesday j of heroic daring.” For “their blood hereby makes known that, he can be lo'ind
durable, beautiful and will last
shot a number of times, but his turbu i morning.
calls to u3 from the ground we tread;’’
11 -gubir Dentists tor Caliiornia, el which the
twice as long as any othwr point kuown.
the public square Ashland Ogn;and is Dp. is a member.
from forestand mountain and’ plain; of
lent spirit is at last at rest.
and willing io do all work entrusted
/>,d" Prices reasonable.
A G ood B usiness .—Mr. L.S.P. Marsh from the sombre walls of the Big Horn reidy
to me ma workmanlike manner. WAG-
WE EXCEPT NONE.
A new P hysician . —Dr. J. S. Jack- • of. the firm of Marsh A Valpey, informs
where the “White Chief with Yellow ON6, CARRIAGES, BI GGIES, Will EL-
Its cost to the consumer is considerably
BARROWS, PLOW STOCKS, Ac., made
son of 1624 Clay street, San Francisco, us that the new steam saw mill on
Hair” went down in the whirlwind of to order, and repaired on short notice.
than the AVERILL PAINT is already
writes us that he has decided to make Butte creek, which only began running
charging horses. and whistling bullets
T|,e best Eastern sto k constantly on
mixed and tinted if required. For Sale by
immediate preparations to remove to I on Sept. 14th, has already cut more
W. W. KENT NOB.
to the rocky hill sides of Tula Lake hand.
J. M. McCALL & CO.,
Ashland, June 17th. 1876.
Ashland, being much pleased with the than 150,000 feet of excellent lumber.
and I he pleasant valleys of Rogue Riv
reputation of the Granite City.
i Teams are at hand ready to take the er, where many an enterprising wan
I lumber away as fast as it can be turned derer, from the land of his fathers, was
LAKLV j EW COTTAGE!
In Prices of
We acknowledge tbe pleasure of
meeting with Mr. Leech, a very intel- j out. The outlook for business is cer offered np as a sacrafice upon the alter .1 Pleasant and llcaneUke House situated
tuiuly very flattering. Il is the design of American civilization. The homes
ligent Californian, who has decided to ;
of the enterprising firm to cut a million of plenty and peace, which we enjoy
II11 illinium Bird Springs, sicar AN $80 SINGER FOR $60! i
Asblandize with liis family. He likes
of feet of lumber and make 500,000 ■ to-day have come tn ns through the ef
the place very much and will doubtless
BOX TOP, 2 DRAWERS & DROP LEAF.
shingles, during the winter, so as to be forts of men like Pedigo, and though
make an enterpri-ting and worthy citi
in readiness for the spring trade.
Ft. Kl imatb, Lake Co., Oregon.
a monument and engrave upon it a
Y’ ainax .—Rev. Geo. W. Roork, now record of the deeds of those who went
jE^*Attention paid to tl e wants of guests And Liberal Discount for Cash ! Corner of 4th and California S‘s.,
Dr. J. S. Jackson, before referred to,
down in the struggle of the early days,
J acksonville , O begon .
arrived in Ashland with his family on I , in charge of Yainax station on the i wo would yet but poorly repay the
The subscriber a’so keeps a Good Stable
debt we owe them.
w-ll -uppli°d with h iv and grain. Call an l
Tuesday last. He is a pleasant and in
he undersigned , having pur -^
The bst < f Sites for 187« and tee'imonlals from the
e it he can keep h->tel
the hb .ve named
very be.-t judges in the country:
telligent gentleman, comes well recoru-!
from Kubli A- Wileon, beg leave to inform
E loquent .—She cariisd away the!
We, the undersigned, resident« of Jack«on coun'v, tbe pub ic that tbey are determined to merit M 21*
mended and doubtless is well posted iu
owid’igand havit g used the 81Lg«r Machine eutn- a CjD’.iiiuuce of tn»> patronage that hae for many
door key that morning aud forgot it at
d-n ly long to satisfy u* th it it is in every re«j»ect years past been conferred on iheee justly
his profession. See his card in another as tranquil as usual among the redskins
a firht - i lass mac iii e for all kinds of family *ork,
would cnee, fitly recommend it >o all wilting to pur-
At midr-igbt’9 si’ent hour
.]i tea ilre:-claBS sewing micbiue:
alias Skedaddle, a Pit river, formerly
Mrs. Geo. Wil «on,
j Aire.T. B. Atkinson.
From Mr. W. H. Howard, of the held as a slave by the Klamath«, who she stood with her body guard by tbe
j Mrs. 8 .1. Oliver,
Mrs. Pre*. Pmpps,
We have constantly on hind the very beet
Ashland Soap factory, who crossed the has of late won an enviable reputation window. Through it she would soon
i Mrs. F. Luy,
Mrs. I J. Phipps,
Siskiyou mountains on last Thursday, as a rail-splitter, accompanied Mr. disappear and, in the fragrant hush of A carefully selected stock of
Mrs. 8 E Duniap,
Mrs. E K. Reames,
; Mts. N. Fi»ber,
Mrs. T. W. Joauson,
we learn that the road ¡3 in better con i Roork to assist in the transportation of morning” woul 1 be enroute to the:
; Miss A. Kos«,
Mrs. Wii P>yne.
foreign land of Webfoot. There,under '
i Mrs. T.T. MrKenzie.
Mrs. M. R’gg-,
dition than for some years pa3t. The tbe murk-a-mitck.
i Mrs. J. Ritter,
Mrs. J H ouck ,
the rose leaves, he poured the accents I
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Messrs. Dollarhide seem to be the right
Mrs. M. A. Pumer,
i M. Myer, merchant tailor,
I John Farley, “
Mrs. L GtnuLg,
T he S oap M an ’ s G ratitude —We ac of love
men to manage the road.
Mrs. H. Helms,
And cm furnish our ruF‘omer« with a tip-top turn
In'o her sun burnt ear
A large selection of
Mrs. C. W. B iV g?,
j G-o. Nuoey, thœmaker.
knowledge the receipt, from J. B. Rig
out at any time.
A bsent M inded .—An absent minded don & Co., of soap enough to keep our 3Dd proposed a correspondence which
! Mr«, J. P. McOuiiel,
Mr«. E McDuiid,
gentlemen of our acquaintance met epidermis undetiled for many a long would perhaps keep alive the fervent
I Mrs. Beuj. E.ton.
Mrs. Alice Ulrich,
Needles, oils a: d s'l kind* of attachments on hand
with a peculiar episode a few evenings day. Mr. Rigdon’s presentation address feelings of their hearts until two more
THE BINGER MANF’G CO.,
On reasonable terms, and the belt ofcare and atten-
Cor. First and Yamhill ste. Portland Oiegon.
tian bestowed upon them while under their charge,
ago. While conversing with an absorb abounds in the happiest thoughts and souls might be wtl led on the matri
ax ISO j
of . nt , A shland .
ingly interesting lady at a front gate, expressions, anl concludes with the monial forge. Such a moment comes And a great variety of
he handed her bis hat that ehe might hope that the T idings may ever con- rarely in a lifetime, but, when it does:
SEWING MACHINE .-ALES FOR 1876.
Horses Bought and Sold.
keep the dew off her raven hair, and tiune to gladden tho hearts of the sons come, it calls for the most pathetic and I
THE SINGER MF’G CO SOLD ¿62,316 We will guirantee satisfaction in a!) onr trans
He was the
eoon after toro himself away hatless in of enterprise and toil, purifying and and heroic eloquence.
IL»we M icbve Co..
109, »4 actions.
C ardwell , A M c M ahon .
Whetler & Wilton Mf’g Co.,
to the night. We have watched Acorn 3 ! ■ elevating society as the soap of J. B.
Dome» ic S. M. Co.,
3HE UNDERSIGNED, THANKING OUR PA-
father, who had found his wav in at the A CO.
American B H. & S. M. Co.,
A fnll announcement of Weed
17,937 T irone fur ine lib-ral patronage be«*owed u;«>n
avenue intently, but as yet, no hatless ' Rigjon& Co. purifies the surface of
wiudow already, crouched quietly in a
il- d tiri eg our connection with tue Union Livery
man has returned for the missing &hel-■ the physical man, and thus entitles corner and reflected ou “the native elo new Goods next week. Call and Wilcox A Gibbs 8. M. Co ,
es. would tiespeak a continuance of rhe sum<
to our tucceseors.
C audwell A: M c M ahon .
him to a higher place in the social scale. quence of his mother tongue.
Every energy is exerted to push the
work on Capt. McCall’s new brick.
The walls are nearly completed, the
joists are in position and the roof will
go on in a few days.
J. M. McCall A
Co. will be in readiness to place an im
mense stock of goods in the building
as soon as completed.
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Ono day last week wo recieved from
Miss Annie Jaquette some specimens
of Chestnuts and black and white
walnnts, taken from trees in Mr. Ja-
quette’s nursery. It io said by those
who know (wo natives do not) that o'.d
Missouri herself could not produce
finer specimens than these.
LIVE I LET LIVE
G. F. BILLINGS.
BOOK A G E N T. BOOTS and. SHOES
STEAM SAW MILL
Averill Mixed Paints.
ATTENTION ! !