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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1878)
H. M. THATCHER.
having the necossary amount of coin he
nested in this part of Oregon.
The men at work on the ditch, it was ordered to jail for 25 days. Served
THATCHER & WORDEN
C orvallis , Or., Dec. 28, 1877.
1 seems, are first-class beef eaters. Since him right.
JANUARY, 4, 1878
Miss Zylpha M. Haymond, formerly
E ditor T idings :—Our little city has 1
of Salem, but lately of Oakland, Cali
been quite lively during the past week,
INFABIY OF OSMAN PASHA
fornia, has returned to her old home.
owing partly, of course, to the usual
Everybody admired Osman Pasha's holiday festivities, but more especially weighing each between 800 and 900
They had a ball at Bridge Creek last
defense of Plevna against fearful odds, to the Teachers’ Institute, which has pounds.
week and one man got stabbed in the
On New Year’s day the works on the
and were ready to vote him one of the been in session here for several days.
face, and another severely punished
gieatest commanders of modern times. Quite a large number of teacherB are in ditch were inspected by a Dumber of with a stool—still “there is lots of fun
But it seems now that there is no rea attendance All seem greatly interested notable gentlemen, both from abroad in Oregon.”— Standard.
sonable doubt that the Turks imder in school work, and the meetings and at home: I noticed the Hon. C. B.
Mr. W. H. Rockfellow, so says the
LINKVILLE, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON.
Oman have been guilty of deeds which throughout, have proved very interest Bellinger of Portland; J. S. Howard,
Are now receiving from San Francisco an extensive stock of goods of great variety
will render his now illustrious name ing and instructive. The Thursday Henry Klippel, H. K. Hanna, and
suited u> the iracK of the
forever infamous. It is stated in the evening session was especially enjoya Judge J. H. Reed. It is proposed to
Mrs. F. F. Victor, the authoress, is
latest dispatches that a London special ble. At that time Dr. L. L. Rowland, push the work on the ditch with renew
correspondent of the A”. I’. II raid at our worthy State Superintendent deliv ed vigor and if possible to complete it at present engaged in teaching English I
Bucharest, telegraphs that it is cur ered an interesting address, which was I i during the next six or eight weeks. Ail j literature to the young ladies aud gen
rently reported and generally believed followed by an elocutionary entertain things working well, it is expected that tlemen of Walla Walla. — Statesman.
Which »hey nre prepared to sell at prices that cannot fail to satisfy customers. Be
On Wednesday the residence of Mrs.
there, that Osmuu will be tried by a ment, given by the members of the In the company will have their hydraulio
sure to call and see us and see for yourselves.
Dr. Fiske of Salem was destroyed by
military court of highest jurisdic stitute and others wuo kindly consent
fire. The building was insured for $1,-
tion for the slaughter of
the ed to take part. T ub best readings
000, but the contents were almost a to
wounded, after the great battle of July were given, and the music, furnished
tai loss. It is a calamity to Mrs Fiske
31st. the fight before the Grivitz* re- b” the Coronet aud Orchestra bands,
and leaves her almost destitute. — Ore
doabt on Sept. 11 and several minor
engagements. The discoveries made lent. A new aud important feature in average miner in this region of couutry gonian.
by the Russians, smee occupying Plev the Institute, is a School Officers’ Con is considerablv disappointed on account
James P. Young, living on Ameri
Do not forget the Old Pioneer Store of the Lake Country.
na, information gained from Turkish vention, which meets this afternoon of the scarcity ot water. Another dry can flat, while huuting the other day,
officers and above all the absence of and which will uudoubtedly result in
made an excellent shot, killing three
THATCHER & WORDEN.
Russian prisoners, although hundreds increasing the local interest in our
deer at one shot at a distance of 150
had been captured during the siege, public schools, and defining, more clear friends. I am sorry to say it is becom yards.— L. Q..Gazette.
leaves no ground to doubt the truth of ly, the officers’ duties to the school, ing apparent, that surface mining, is
The Jacksonville Times, the neatest
the charges against Osman. It is said aüd their res} onsibihty in its general gettiug to be less profitable every year weekly paper in Oregon aud one of the
in Southern Oregon and Northern Cal
that every day brings to light some new welfare and progress.
beet edited, has entered upon its eighth
owing to the scarcity of rain.
horror at PlevDa.
Of course one must venture a few re
volume. It is the official paper for
marks upon that much abused and But, perhaps the new year will agree Jackson, Josephine aud Like counties,
much neglected (?) subject, the weath ably disappoint us by giving us an and Democrats in those counties who
THEY WILL COME.
er. The North wind blows cold and abundant supply. The showers, the don’t Biiscnbe for it had better look out
Oregon is becoming better and bet- frosty to-day, and the weather-wise are fore part of November|and on the
or Old Nickell get ’em sure.— Stan
ter known and understood abroad, and predicting a “fretze-up;” but the sun 23rd and 24lb of December, have aided
Main Street, Ashland,
yet, comparatively few of the inbabi is shining so warm and bright, that to our agricultural pursuits considerably.
tants of the old ice-locked states real many, such an event seems quite im
ize that there is such a vast difference probable. Our young folks skate on,
R. P. NFir..
H. B. M a < K.
Vjur/OULD Announce to the people of Jackson and Lake counties
in climate between their country and never waiting for cold weather, slick [Condensed froiuOiegotiiiDHndC.il 1 lisjMtclie«.
that they have commenced receiving tlieir new Fall Mock,
ours. The new immigrants among us ice and tingling ears, for our fine skat
and that every day will witness additions to tbe largest stock ot
Welkisbarre, Pa. Dec. 27.—Ten men
who bad learned of Oregon’s produc ing rink at the City Hull, furnishes all
(Succèspurs t Ch ipmtn 1- N.-i.J
tiveness through her splendid Centen the amusement and enjoyment of a ver convicted of riot in interfering with
nial exhibit, or who had occasionally ¡table “skating pond,” without the at mining operations la*t spring, were to-
ARE NOW CONDUCTING
read flattering newspaper reports from tendant cold and exposure. Frequent i day sentenced to puy fines, varying i
the Pacific, confess that the mind pic masquerade Carnivals add greatly to j from $10 to $100, or imprisonment
tures they had drawn of our State fell the interest of the merry skaters, and ; from 30 days to nine months.
St. Petersburg Dec. 27.—The Agence j
i«*r short of the reality; they were col the entertainment of spectators. Dip
ored too much by the scenes around theria has at last disappeared from our Russe observes that the English cab
them. Now while the sleigh bells city, and the general health of the ,inetin encouraging tbe Porte to fur
tinkle all through the live-long night, community is good. The “Beautiful ther resistance by convoking tbe Brit
in the cities of the East, and the side Willamette” is at a fine stage for navi ish parliament earlier than usual, will
Standard Gocds, Sold at the lowest market price,
Of Ashland, Oregon,
walks are frozen bo bard that they ring gation, and every day our wharves are compel tbe Russians to march on Con
Having built a large and com-
like crockery ware beneath the foot of visited by boats engaged in carrying stantinople, causing the precise result
the walker, in Oregon flowers yet bloom away the immense quantity of grain which it seeks to avoid.
modious shop, and hirnisbed it Will do it, liny pro} ore to do the largest business this kail and
Winter ever done by tl.tiii iu the last live ytaiF,
Knd the grass grows upon the hill-sides. which has been stored here. Our R
New York, Dec. 28 —It is under with evervtliing nectssarv to the
We cannot long Lope to eDjoy our mo R. is still in the future—the near future stood here that U. S. Grant, Jr. has business—not forgetting the very And that they can positively make it to lit* advantage of every ene
nopoly of this favored land. They are we hope, for surely the angel of prog been appointed special assistant (J. S choicest of
to call upon them in Ashland and test the tiutb oi their asseriians.
at last awaking to a realization of the ress will not forget our beautiful city, district attorney for the preparation of
Thev will spate 1 o pains to maintain, more tally than ever the rep-
truth, in the “States,” and we could and we venture to predict that the the old delayed custom’s cases.
MEATS CF ALL KINDS,
utution oi thtii house as the.
not keep them back if we would. Af time is not far distant, when Corvallis
The Vanderbilt will case is adjourn
ter awhile our broad farms will have to —the heart of the valley—with its un ed until February 2G.
be divided up, the timber of much of surpassed scenery aud beautiful sur
Gen. G. W. McCook of Ohio, who;
the forest lands uprooted, and the roundings, will be, in every wav,
was stricken with paralysis ou Christ
grassy hill sides be torn by the plow worthy the signification of the exquis
mas day,at the re-idence of his brother
to make room for the new recruits. We ite name it bears.
C liffe .
Cen. Anson McCook, in this city, died
who are used to the cultivation of only
tgp'e and Fancy Goods. Grccrries, Hardware, Clothing, Bcots
the riceest lands of Western Oregon, NEW HYDRAULIC MINING ENTER
Chicago, Dec. 28.—The members of i
bhoes. Hots, Caps. Millinery and Dress Goods, Crockery,
are too likely to imagine that we have
Glass and tinware, Shawls, Wrappers, Cloaks.
but little land to spare. We overlook ( f
A ptlsgate D iggings , I
the fact that there are, east of the
the Diaz Government, since congress 1 Linkville, Lake County, Oregon
Jan. 2d, 1878. f
mountains, vast districts of country,
yet untouched by the husbandman,
The subscriber is again iu charge
E ditor T idings :—I am writing from baa taken up tbe Mexican question.
London, Dec. 28.—A correspondent i of the O ld P ioneer H otel ot the
which the enterprise of our people will a point on Big Applegate known as
at do distant day, convert into fine ag Mule Hill, near Nick Wright’s ranche, at the Head Quarters of tbe Russian ' Lake country, ami is determined
ricultural districts and fill with a nu at tbe present terminus of the Union Rnstchuck army says the snow is over to make his guests
---- A FI LL LINE OF----
merous and prosperous population. town and Squaw lake wagon road. The two feet deep. All operations are sus
Comfortable and Happy.
We also overlook the fact that there is construction of the 10’4 mile ditch for pended. If the winter is of ordinary
idl around us, an immense area of up tbe purpose of carrying tbe waters of vigor field operatians will be impos
Give him a call a n^ rest assured
lands, which through judicious culti tbe Silver Fork of Elliott creek aud the sible.
London, Dec. 28.—The Advertiser that he will make you feel at
vation, would support great numbers two Squaw lakes and creek to Klippel,
of people. In short, those who now Hanna & Co.’s mining claims, is infus publishes tbe following in official form: home
reside within our State are but a hand ing new life into this most secluded We understand tbe Sultan has solici
ted the Czar with a view to bringiug
lull as compared to the population she corner of Jackson county.,
J..O. C. W1MKK
3. WELL* Casimeres,
Flannels, Twe<ds, Doeskins, Blankets Stocking
la capable of supporting, and the most
And in order to facilitate communica about negotiations for peace, and tbe
Yarn and Made-up Clothing.
saturnine of us cannot, even with the tion with tbe outside world and the'Test British government has consented.
WIMER & WELLS.
l «ip ot imagination, estimate the fu of mankind,” tbe ditch company, with
Bucharest, Dec. 28.—The reenforce-
Practical Itlillvi lights.
ture greatness of a new State so favor- commendable energy and with tbe aid ' ments ordered for tbe Russian army
mills, saw nulls, quarts mills,
< d in point of climate, soil and produc of the citizens residing along tbe upper exceed a quarter of a million of men ami Flouring
al. ki ilsot mill machim-ry pul up to
The highest market price paid tor
Applegate, have undertaken to con Tbe army of tbe Baltic numbering 90,- •iitier m ihe very best style. Ail work war
ranted. baiisiactioti guaranteed. Address
struct a wagon road to commence at‘ 000 men is also being formed. Russia either,
or both, at A>liiiui(i. Oregon.
F ine H orses .—W. C. Myer arrived Mr. Wrights and to be extended along has bought 200,000 rifles in Berlin.
at his home in Ashland, on Wednesday said stream to where Elliott creek emp
New York, Dec. 28.—About a year
Clune *»ne, come ail! nud give us a (rial.
last, with his new importation of blood ties into it.
ago a widow named Oliver brought
» d horses. The most highly valued of
Tbe section of the proposed road suit against H od . Simon Cameron for
J. Iti. MtCALLiCO,
these are the “Arabian Boy,” a finely round Mule Hill Bend, consisting breach of promise. Nothing has .been WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
formed two year old, said to be the mainly of a precipitous rocky forma known publicly about tbe suit until
Ashl iixi, Oregon.
only cross between the pure desert
tion, was commenced by tbeditch com to-day. It now appears by a state
horse and tbe Percheron, in America, pany on the 19th of November last, ment in the Evening Star that it was
and “Juniata” the two year old Perch seven men being, at work on it most of abandoned in February last, the widow Something New! Something Newl
eron filly; weight 1,400 lbs; a finely
| the time. Twenty odd rods of the road having waved further proceedings iu
formed and perfeot animal. The four
lead through very hard rock, and had consideration of $1,000.
Shetland ponies “Bobby Burns,” Mol
to be blasted. The company having
he “Nettie” and “Kittie,” are the first no doubt been at great expense in con
STATE NEWS. .
of their kind imported into Oregon structing the road round this bend, de
[Coodeneed from Sute Exchangee]
Great Reduction in,
and, although so extremely small, are serve the thanks of the public, for
Jno. O. Donnel, W. C. T. of Capital
almost perfect in form, The average
A Large and Fresh stock ©f| An Elegant stock of Clothing
whose benefit, as well as their own,this
PRICES OF JEWELRY !
weight of tbe ponies is abont 223 lbs; work has been undertaken. It will Lodge I. O. G. T. of Salem, was pre
Dry Goods at the
average height 38 inches. We feel take yet a week or tvmdays to finish tbe sented with an elegaut gold-beaded
confident that Mr. Myer will find bis road at this bend; but tbe wagon road cane on Christmas. Our old friend A new and excellent »assortment
new investment equally as good if not when once completed to Elliott creek, Tilman Ford made the presentation of line gold and plated jewelry.
better than any previous one. Success I will open to tbe citizens of Jackson speech, which was of coarse ja st the
A Fine Assortment of Fancy
A splendid stock of Boots and
he certainly deserves, for uo other man county a rich and interesting mineral thing.
Please call and examine my stock before pur
has done so much towards furnishing region. Geographically Elliott creek
A man named P. S. Cochrane resid- chasing elsewhere.
♦ be people of Oregon with what they I is situated in California; only a few ing near Renton W. T. was drowned
Great pelts taken in repairing gold or silver
uted in the hort>e line,
on Saturday last. He went to the train watches and all kinds of jewelry.
The construction of a most powerful to get some freight which was loaded fci5~A first-class chronometer in my establish
S uicide —The sad intelligence was
into his wagon. The lines in some ment.
An immense stock of the best
received by his relatives, on Tuesday bulkbead at the mouth of lower ¡Squaw
way became entangled around bia feet
brands of Tobacco and Cigars at
last, that George Anderson bad com lake, converting tnat magnificent body
which caused the team to commence $2 txk All other work done at the very lowest
mitted suicide by ebooting himself of water into a reservoir, to be raised
backing, and before Mr. Cochrane gain pn«A
early that morning at Cottonwood. He or lowered as occasion demauds; tbe
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ed control, tbe wagon, team and driver
was a highly respectable young man construction of tbe ditch, commencing
were backed off tbe wbarf into tbe
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CUTLERY, PAINTS AND OILS,
«‘»out 25 years of age, the oldest son of at a point a short distance below the
wagon strikiug bottom up.
Presiey Anderson of Phcuuix. No rea mouth ot the lake; the busy hum ot tbe
laborers, both white and Chinese; the —Bee.
son is assigned for tbe act.
“Cheaper than the Cheapest” is Our motto.
Tbe Mercury says: One Thomas Gor ALL WORK WARRANTED !!
trot of the heavily laden pack animals,
Gen. M. V. Brown has returned to carrying supplies to tbe various en man was arrested by officer Minto upon
Be sure to call, and rest assured Bring on your Produce and Exchange for Goods.
duty on the Albany Democrat, after be campments along the line of tbe ditch a charge of beating and maltreating his
ing out of the harness, on account of —ail giving these surroundings an air wife. He was brought before Recor that you shall have satisfaction.
der Bowie, where be plead guilty and
MRt M*w* KAR8ADINE.
bicuness, for more than two months.
of life and animation never before wit-i was fined fifty dollars and costs. Not
v 2 l 25]
G. W. SMITH.
“HEART OF THE VAL- '
Beef Cattle, Hid6s and Wool taken in ex
change for goods.
Neil & Mace,
T II E
Southern ar.d £cuth-E astern Oregon
Selling Out ! !