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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1878)
The Ashland Academy closed on the
5th inst. for the summer vacation.
From observations taken at G a . m .:
APHID 17, 1878.
Miss Rosa Eubanks will have charge
of the telegraph office during the ab
sence of Mr. Klum.
Thanks to George E. Decker for a
From labor health, from health contentment springs;
Contentment opes the source of every J >y.
haudsome piece of maezinita out of
The figures after the data indicate the
—B mattik .
which a cane is to ba fabricated for number of degrees above z-r<>.
H. C. II ill .
•See the ad. of Dr. Chitwood and pre the T idings man.
pare to liquidate.
At the late session of the County VX$ ash F actory .—Messrs. Stearns &
Much 30, 1878.
TN Jn«tice« Court, for the Precinct of I/Mt fciver,
* Couaty of Like, uud Stxte of Oregon.
E ditor T idings :—We can report
progre-s ou our road, in spite of the THOMAS • WILSON,
’ I Civil action V» recover
weather and our friend “Mack,” as we JAMES CLARK, Defend’!. )
T<» Jin-.e* Clark, the ij-ore nimel D f<*nl«nt, in KENTU2K IS FOUR YEARS OLD* FIFTEEN
have notices culling for a viewing and
AND A HALF HANDS HIOH j when
nsiu*) uf tha S'Âte uf Oregon,.you ire he eby r»-
survey of the same. The petition has t»e
quir-l luavur b-Gre U e uu lec-ijutd, a Jtis ice of
between eighty an I ninety signers in t I- Pe .e-, f >r t' *• Precinct >»fore«'4'l, ou the l.Hb day
| this district and as luiuv, or more, of M»>, A D. 187.8, at l<> o c oCR, in the forev» n of
d d y, it the olh )e I f eai 1 Ju- i >*, >it. B HliliZi. iu
from the otb-r side of the hill. So the »I
isii'i Preii-ict, to iU**er ihe i » ve lumed Piai.itiff tu Will
Weigh 1,000 Pounds;
survey may be eous,dered as a certain ■ > civil icti.»n. The De.’enlint wifi take uj ire h.l if
f ni-1 * iu»wer tue comp! lint nereiu, the I' -tin iff
ty. aud the building as almost equally h-
will take ju ig uent ag.iu*i him for the »um of $10Loti Heavy bmed; measures 18 inches around the knee
We also expect our iriend (<>n- huwhe I aU.l one dollars -iud »ix cent* )
cap, and canno1 bv Mirpassed for style.
under iuy hai-i, this tue 231 d iy of Much,
to travel it, (should he ever A. Given
Be good to yourself, but not at some
S. N. H *ZEN,
and 38 others, asking for the establish the heavy forest near the stage road ou take any of the medicine he prescribes UulJ J
Justice of uie Pouce.
body else’s expense.
ment of a new precinct, was granted I the south side of the creek, have opeu for others), as the article will be too
Dr. Colv.g of Rock Point is sojourn-’ The precinct will be kuown as Chim ed a sash factory, and are uow prepir green tor legal use under an Oregon NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
dispensation. Yours Truly, A----- .
ing in town a few days.
ed to fill orders for window sash made
In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for
from the best seasoned pine. We tar .Greenback Meeting at Centrai Point. J.ickrou county, Kiting iu prub.te.
is a THOROUGH-BRED MAMMOTH JACfc, Of ’
Jno. B. Rigdon, has started to Lake
Thanks for a letter from our genial
FINE BLACK COLOR; IMPORTED FROM
ried awhile at their establishment, a
In the matter of the estate of D vid Phipps,deceased.
Co., with a cargo of soap.
April 5th, 1878.
BY MR. W. BYBEE AND COL.
friend Seth R. Hammer of Salem. That
JACOB WAGNER, EXECUTOR of the U«t wl?
few d *ys ago, aud found them well pre
poem “William Brown of Oregou”
See the ad. of Prof. J. H. Skidmore
hiv.iig Lled. iu s lid Court, nit-find account for s-*r
pared to carry on their business. Sev
forming a Greenback Club, the follow 'leuieu', uud al-o, pr.iyiug f > uu order fir selling the
which we long ago voted one uf the
eral of the labor-saving appliauce-f
in this issue. He means business.
tor Uwaring the * ime; therefore, notice ie here-
ing proceedings were bad: J. B. b» ime k.iven
best things in the language,will appear
that tue said tin .1 acc >Uut will be heard uud
in use by them, and which enable
Wrisley was chosen temporary chair deter mined iu eaid C >uri on the
H. K. Hanna Esq. made a trip to in the T idings soon, Seth.
them to fill orders on short uotice aud
7tl» Buy of May, 1ST«,
man aud J. S. Grigsby temporary sec At 1(1 o’clock a . m ., at <*htch ti ne any perrons hav Colts took Hie first premium at
Einkville this week on legal business.
Vv’e learn thatCapt. Solomon Tether at very reasonable prices, are of their retary. The chai rman explained the ing any <>bj cd >n io »aid UuU .ccouut, and wtUeaieut,
the State Fair.
mu-i ibe.i and there uriKe the same.
An entertaining book is ««id to be ow, the old Rocky Mountain man and own invention.
object of the meeting and then intro Published in the A shland T idisos by order of
like a toper’s nose, because it is read to early Oregon pioneer, is expected up
C handler A M arshall ’ s S aw M ill . duced Isaac Cox, who delivered a lion. S J. Day, County Jndg-*.
the very end.
from the Willamette before loug to
—Although not to be regarded as u short, brilliant mid effective speech,
April 5th, 1878.
William Willis, the celebrated trap
saw mill sharp, we certainly thiuk the 1 after which a Greenbaok Club was
per, prospector and bee-hunter, was in station on the Linkville road.
new mill of Chandler & Marshall, formed, consisting of 2G members, who
town on Thursday last.
Lost, by Albert Walker on Thnrsday which we visited one day this week, a
decided success. It was pleasing to ' secretary permanent officers of the
a qmiirei Aduiinis'r itor <•• ti e esuiie uf IeauC
New and elegant goods at Mrs. II. or Friday of last week, on the road be
Mil er, deceased, by tt.e County Coltre of J <cks'>n
comity, State of Oregon, un the 12tu duy of March,
D. Jones’Millinery establishment near tween ths Soda Springs and the resi
with so much calmness aud ease, and and passed, to instruct the Sec’y to 1878.
WILL STAND AT MY STABLES,
• the Pioneer store. See her ad.
All persons having claims agdn«t the estate of
pen-holder,silver mounted and contain the facility with which John Chandler present each of the threo county sa d Isuc Mi ler, deceived, are hereby not iii«*d to
prerent f«em wi.h th» proper voucher», a iti tu six
We learn that J. M. Sutton’s elegant, ing a gold pen. If found please leave governed the operations of such a great papers a copy of the^) proceedings for mouths from tue dite of this n »ti<e, io the und-r- Four Miles Northeast of Phtenix
e g"e<1, at ni v re-ideuce iu Ashland, J tckron Conp'y,
park of machinery by playing upon a I publication. Ou ¡uotiou, the meeting Oreg
painting of Rogue River falls has been j at the T idings office.
Dated al Ashland, this the 221 <1 iy of
ISAAC O. MILLER.
wilderness of levers and pulleys, seem i adjourned to convene two weeks from Mirth, 1878.
«old by W. Beeson to O. Coolidge.
THE Eh SEING SEASON. '
lion. E. F. Walker was up from ed little short of marvelous. We learn next Saturday, at the Minziuita
Miss Leuella McBride is now pre Manzanita a few’ days ago. He reports that the capacity of the mill is from ! Cauroli.
( Wednesdays and Fridays excepted;
J. B. W risley , Ch’m.
pared to give instruction in painting a considerable’ acreage " unsown this 5000 to 6000 feet per day Consider
J. S. G rigsby , Sec’y.
Commencing April Ls“, and ending July let, 1878.
and drawing. Seo her ad. in this issue. season,’in his part of the valley, on ac ing that the demand for lumber in Ash
MOTICI'iv hereby given th it the undersigned was
Q^UBOON PIONEER ASSOCIATION’.
•v ’•■pj.oin'ed Adiuiiieirator of the eet ite of E iz -
count of the unusually wet winter. land lius long been greater than the ol 1
beth Miil^r.d.ce i*ed, by i:e C.un’y Court of.Tckeoii
We hear it rumored thut William the
O.nnty, State of Oregon, on the ¡2i.li day of Much,
Grain that ia in, however, looks well I mills could meet, we doubt not this will
S alem , March 28, 1878.
Bee Hunter has become a dispense’ of
All person* having cl dm* against the eatite of
YOUNG PRINCE was fired by the well kuown
and will no doubt make a good yield. | prove both a substantial benefit to the
•aid E iziheth Mtber, d«-ce ised, are iier.by notified
liquid lightuing at some point up the
of Directors of the Oregon Pioneer to present them with vie pro er v< tichers, within six hurre, White Prince, owned by Mr. W. C. Myer of
The b.rth-day party of Misses Hattie
valley. ----------- ------------------
uio.iih« from itie date of tin- notice, toihe under-tgn- Ashland, out of a Blackhawk mare. He ta a dark
Association met in this city yesterday, ed,
at mv residence iu Aetibnl, Jackson C >uu.y,
Tolman and Katie Chitwood was given
at 7:30 1*. M Mr. Henry Brown, the 4> egon. Dited at A-bliud, ihia »he 221 duy of Iron eray, has very tine action and a good disposition,
Willits A Co. are pushing operations
will weigh ubjut 14UU pouuds.
ISAAC O. MILLER.
Secretary, being confined to his bed by March, 1878.
on their saw mill on K*ene ^creek, ex ut the residence of Hon. J. C. Tolman,
sickness, E. M. Waite was elected Sec
a few miles south of Ashland, on Wed
pecting to complete it within about a
retary />ro tetn.
nesday last, and wus a decidedly pleas
Ten dollars in U. R. Gold coin for the mmod , to be
paid at the end of the »eason. Pa»tarvge 50 eta. a
ant affair. About a score and a half of
week ¡ter be id. I will not be responsible for any ac*
Thanks for an invitation to attend the the Ashland friends participated ia the letter of our Applegute correspondent
Mrs J. Minto, Mrs. li. H. Bowman
NOTICE is hereby given that the co-p 'rtnership cident that may hippen.
“Mack” in tall. The following is the and Mrs. S. A. Clarke were elected a hori-tofor« ex’s iug betweeu N. S M ahkia LL,
grand ball to be given by the Improved festivities.
C harles G doix hild and J ames T hornton , uucer
Order of Rid Alan, at Linkville, on the
S. C. TAYLOR,
Committee of Arrangements.
trie lirin name >t ibe Asld.iu 1 W ofeu Mium'uctunug
13tb of May.
On motion of Tlios. Monteith. E-»q., N. S. Marshall aud Cntries Goodchild wi hdr.witg
The good book say-: “Be ye not’ un
having been talked of as an available
programme of 1877 was adopted for fro u the C ni >Hiiy. James Tburniou Is uoa ’ sole
equally yoked with unholiness.” The
Mr. Wiiliam Roberts of Alkali Lake, candidate for gubernatorial honors,
1878, excepting gate lees and band proprie or and wdi contiuue the busmess >s bereu>
above text caaie forcibly to my mind music.
fo-e. H-also n-Niuiet the ind> b «-dices of the Com-
has ereeled a water elevator, the rest publishes a card in the Sen’iii stating
piny, and io him ad amounts due the late firm,either
when I real an urticlu m one of* the
no e or account, are to be pud, exopt such as «re
On motion, ii was ordered that the by
Jess z *phyrs of Lake county affording I that L>e is not a candidate—-that he
itied in i eri do-irride otugreem-ui between the
Jacksonville papers abjtit anuexiag Committee of Arrangements contract »,aj:
A sh iaad
metiiDer-of the late firm; »uc'i exCep ed imouii » be-
the motive power.
“prefers the p isition of a private edi
Jackson to Josephine, or vice versajbut for drum and fife music for day exer ing <lue from parties w Lio contrae ed n.deb edness f >r
goods uortu ul' Caiiyouville, D .ug a* county, <> eguu,
zen to any ollie.) iu the gift of LLiu peo
Hammond, Wiihu A-Co. are push-1
it mikes no difference waiCh way you cises, and for a suitable number of
N b. MARSHALL,
p.e of Oregon.”
ing operation« ou t’ueiv saw mill on ,
take it, fur it is an impositi >n oil tha
J ames thorn ion .
Ordered that the re-union of 1878 A shland , M arch 29, 1878.
Keene Creek, expecting to complete it
The melt.ug oi the suo.v on the name au 1 fair fume of Josepniue couu
commence on Friday, June 14th. at 10 I
withiu a month.
mountains adjacent to the head of Lost ty, to s ipo > »e for a m > n ent c isin A M , and continue until June 15th, at
Proposals for Building«
BOOT & SHOE STORE.
River caused .i pretty sudden rise of would waut to m irry that h ) iJluui 1 1*. M.
Mr*. James Ewing has disposed of
tli.»t rive.r of late. A portion of the Jackson. What? take Jaiks >a a< a
On motion, Col. I. R. Moores, Col.
—Next doer to the Post-office—
OTICE is hereby given, hit. from \nd after this
he millinery t-(-t ib isltment on M*in
McCracken mid A. I’. Ankm-y, N d-it«., iinlii the iw-inie>h <lay of Aunl ut 12 u'-
saw mill dam at B manzi departed for husband witu all his debts, sins, suori-
c'oek, m , <>f r a I d <y. Wnttrii pr.>po»il-fur uie erec-
at rett, U* Mrs. El. D Joues, who B un
THANKS TO THE PUBLIC
Tule Lake, uud tue fi-diing operation-«» comings, paupers, 1 liiugry politicians, Esq., of Portland, were appointed a ) >n .uu’. i o n(.let).ui of a chureu bal-huv, will be re
committee oi three t.o arrange with the ceived by ihe d-r-i^ued <»t i.i.« office, at tne A*111 >nd
already taken charge.
loafers, uud,— .veil witi i nil the g > j J (?) transportation companies fora reduc Mill-, iu iLe t iwu of A-tilaud, J icKSoU” O",, Oregou; For their Liberal Patronage, which be ac
I ol thu Original Order of R d Mun Were
Hii I c mrcli buihi'i g. to be erected iu tue touu of
cepts as testimony their appre
aud b *d. N », uo, w.t d > u >t want o if tion of fare.
Mrs. L .he’s lecture on C.t holicism,
Arhl.uil ou tue Pre.- byicriaii church lot.
ciation llis purpose is to
<>U Tiles lay OVeiMiig last st the Acad
Twiu saw log.*. one of them in mo-
let such a thought entsr b jr min i, sh i al Society having been tendered the
rhe bui daig to be completed by or before the first
emy, was voted a decided success, ora (ion, were pr.-Vi
enied from colliding a
“Grow With the Place
Association for i’s re-union, it was vot diy of .septemoer trext. and LLe payineut therefor to
torical ly and otherwise.
iu ide wtluiu 30 'lay* ihereaLer.
ed to ucrept the offer, and the thatlks lx1 Ciepiriy
fe W d ays ago •*: Ibe ue-v saw mill ot
i«> whom the contract ntty tie HE IS IN FAVOR OF THbSE WHO
she knew they would snatch old < J ack. of the Association were tendered the nwat led, *iil ur be p.riies,
required to giVe gojjl und suliicieu»
Chan. IltT a M tr •.-dull, i>y the presence
WEAR GOOD BOOTS AND
sou bald headed iu less thio no time, Society.
bond for the fuitiiluieut ol coutraci.
of Mr . 11. MclJr ide between them, ills
Rig it re»e -veil to reject auy uui all bid», if reu6ous
were ho to come fooling round, She
On motion, tue papers throughout are thought sulbcient.
knees were fast i b it .veea the logs until
W. IT. ATKINSON,
lias plenty of money, no debts, good the State were earnestly solicited to
: he m ea removed I utieof them With hand
Cti'm B’ld’g Com. l’rea’. Guurch.
Materials of all kinds, auch as
health, goo I mines, th) best of bojs
spike:8. ilo es •aoed w.tn mt serious i
ing or a showing of the same.
aud girls, aud net one of them that
4.! laiies H. Hill of A-hlan.l is now 11 j ,ry-
T’here being no further business, on
would bear, fur a m >m-ent of her unit motion, adjourned.
teaching in the Schit-tf lm district on
hands with such a man as
Hogue River. We predict a sae^
And any thing else the public may require,
E. M. W aite ,
Know all men by this notice, that the undersigned.
iul career for Charley in his new role rord supervisor of t:iu upper district, is i Jackson; yet she may b ive some luna-
about to comuDJuttd work on the Grejn tic children, orphans t.*km to bring
always on hand ,
Another change ha-* occurred in the Spring Hill, oil the rotd to the Like up, who would be b»s) enough to do
MUST HAVE MONEY.
And all work gotten up in the
aoap factory. This time Win. Howard country, and that he will ba aide to ap anything to get a little ru >uey, even
Then fore, all persone knowirg themselves indebted
goes out and Cyrus Hayes iu. The old ply work enough t<> repair the road at the expense of bringing disgrace’ on
Some six or seven thousand feet of
lo me will pledge c hi and ee.l.e
firm name, J. B. Rigdon it Co. will be pretty well to the eu-itcra iiae of the the family. Bit her own children the church lumber has been borrowed
GE ). NUTLEV,
county. While the ground is moist scorn the ide i. uu 1 are bona I to keep by different parties; please return it at
Before the first of May next.
once, <>r pay fur it, us we now Lave use
John B. R. Hutchings, at th* glove
I will abo be plei-ed to receipt for any moneys du
factory, is now prepared to fill orders I moved, and it is to be hoped that oper and clear. S > Mr. Ji5k*.ja, j i nt SAVe
By order of the Building Com.
On Main Street
CHITWOOD k ATKINSON.
A. W illets ,
for riding, driving and working gloves,
Ashland - - - - - Oregon.
A. G. R ockfellow ,
lace leather, etc. See his ad. and pat on the Like county division of the
H. C. H ill .
We have dow uu hand a I mmaui U u I assortment of
Weather pleasant—hei’tii RO1.1 -
(null - tf)
Hats, Bonnets, Shades. French Flowers, Wreath»
M ick .
Piua.es, Nock Ties, IJneu Suite, Jui», Ladies*
T he N ew F urniture F actory .—Tuz-
We are gratified to learn that our old
Finishing Goods, etc., etc etc.
From Williams Creek.
frienl J. M. Sutton writes that his er, Daley & E nery uro pushing oper
I tike this method of informing the
public th it I am prepared to give les-
JnoB B.R» Hutchings.
health seems rapidly improving, It ations with a view to the erection of
KSTAil orders from a distance promptly fliJad.
appears that be finds much virtue in
Agency for Dr. Warner’s Health Corset. Ev
The Applegate stage runs semi-occa-
possible moment. Tae ditch, winch is
ASHLAND GLOVE FACTORY. ery urhg
the Turkish bath.
sold cheap for Cush.
my work can be s jen at my fa'her’s.
to coavey water from the tail-race of sioually, instead of semi-weekly.
Pressing aDd Coloring, in »be very
'L euella M c B ride .
Thanks to Mrs. O. Coolidge fo’r a the Woolea Factory, is completed, the
Tbe»iibscriber g're» notice that he is now prepar
Mr. Nickerson has his writing and
Jfiw. H. T>. Jones.
ed to lid orders for gloves of the
beautiful bouquet of rare flowers, All excavation for the penstock has b;ea arithmetic school under way.
admirers of beautiful flowers and or made and the foundation timbers of
A long expected matrimonial alliance
All person knowing themselves in BEST BCCKSKIN, IN GREAT FA-
RED ffiSK’ß BAW*
namental shrubbery will find much to the building will be placed id position
to the Ashland Woolen Mills,
to come off shortly.
interest them at Mr. Coolidge’s.
at once. The three gentlemen men
are hereby notified to call and settle,
. —------------- --------------------
Tne Hou. Isaac Greenback Cox fail either with cash or note in tliirtif days
Aíro tice 'either etc .etc. Cill at my establishment Klamath Tribs No. 8« Improved
At the April term of the County tioned are all expert and practical ed in his appointment to address the from this date.
on Granite Street and tee for yourself.
Ordar of Red Men,
Coart, the clerk was autliori/ l ! to ad
W. H. A tkinson , Agent.
Greenback Club at its last meeting.
A shland , April 5tb, 1878.
vertise for proposals for keeping the I
The Hon. I. G. C. ought to keep his
Jno B R. liuti kings.
ILL gve a Grand Bill In George
county poor for one year.
Bids will I To S ubscribers .—Miss Mary 7\Ie promises even if he does want to repu
Nur»«» H-'l, >»' I.insvIUa. Oregou,
U£5^,For forty dajs from this date,
on theev-ning of May 13tu, 1878. Tue
be received up to 12 o’clock June 5th Cabe, our canvassing an.I subscription diate the promises of the Government. will b<-ll ladies’ dress goods for cash, at
best uf nius c by
Five young gentlemen mittened in
Geo. E. Strong, Agent of the Central I agent is now abroa l in the limb Sue
for our spring stock
Military Road Ca.,and Lieut. H. DeW. will first interview oarfriMud-t at Jaek- one week, with several parties yet to
J. M. M c C all & Co.
TICKETS, INCLUDING SUPPER, 13.50»
Moore, came in from Klamath on «qpville and Pmeuix, aud we hope oor hear from,goes to prove that the young
T^'TI k 1 National Go’d Medal was award
(J. N. T homas .
Tuesday last, to remain some days on patrons will be prepared to settle ar Indies over this way, “kuow their ed to Bradley A Kulob-on for ibe best Pho We have mv pn rou'p l'y R lilrrwd from the cele
G eo . T. B aldwin .
rights, and, knowing, dare maintain tographs in the United States, and the Vien
this side of the mountains.
W m D. C orpe .
ant to us to be compelled to call upon them.”
na Medil for the best in the world.
3 W3E0U» 31 W. T. StHte Be'], Cal. Bre k nnd Beat.
uow in Jacksonville.
■* ' .................................................
429 Alo itgotuery Street, San Francisco.
our subscribers for money,but thefimm
Mr. Layton has his new ditch in
We caused a rattle snake to ehufib cial situation requires it, aud we ear- rnnuiug order at length, and is piping
T he best of flour and fresh ground Which we wiH bo &We t<i w»11 at reduced rates, either
•off his mortal coil,in Swan Lake valley nestly hope all who can raise the away on IJriishy gulch, His prospect-
graham and corn meal delivered in any al Roseburg ur Ashland, fur carb.
on the 2d inst. He was a dwarf five amount duff will hand it either to our ing on Munger gulch did not “pan. >>
part of Ashland, at mill prices, by the
THE EAGLE MILL
"year-old,about twenty inches in length, canvassing agent, to auy of our local
Mr. Shoemake’s demented boy, Wal
Situated 15 miles Routh of Jacksonville and 1| mile
very tonguey and
morose as a disap agents or forward to us bv mail.
North uf Arhuuid, is prepared to do general
Report of the Ashland Public School ing soap, one day last week, and was
Custom and Exchange Business
A new two inch Iron Axle Wagon.
so badly that his recovery is a
F or the S unny S outh .—Gilbert G. for the month ending April 5th, 1878. burnt
- Flour nnl Feed at the—
B. F. R eeser .
Anderson, George Patterson, Joseph First Dept.—M. L. Alford, teacher:
Tne Palmer boy is still an .object of
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Patterson, Alonzo Pigman and Merritt Boys, 24; girls, 2*3; whole number, 50; considerable mystery. Hs is heard of
Dissolution of Copartnership,
S6 lb« of finer, 2 lb* »h'-rtv sod 8 lb* b-aa per ta»h.
Having purchased the Barber Shop on
Charlie left Ashland on Saturday last, average attendance, 33. Second Dept — frequently, as being in different places,
el fur g x»d wheat. Wo| ««ck aad bnw* ihe Mcaa
Main street, lilely kept by James K.
—uiitomere furnishing the eacke. My brother
Beys, 21; but definite information is very meagre.
OTICE is hereby g’ven that ihe copartnership
for Woodland, Cal., “to seek their for Frances Myer, Teacher:
A numerously signed petition in fa under tLe tirai i.a>- e of J. B. Rigiuu
tunes.” Business is reported lively at girls, 19; whole number, 43; average
band ready to
Third D-*pt.—Eli* vor of a county road from Williams & Co., is this day dissolved, Dy muiu I con-
Woodland, and as our young friends attendance, 35
of the bu»lne»», being aaaiated be
are industrious and without expensive Auderson, teacher: B »ys, 15; girls, 20; creek to Sucker creek.acro-Lsthe divide, by J. B Ilizdon aud Cyrus H ye*, und-r tl>e sani SHAVE YOU, CUT YOUR HAIR, AND Will have cnarge competent
habits, they ought to do we41 there.and
ti ime. Ail debt« due fr uii ’h-u d dr u are assnruei
EverijULing as represented or uo sale.
we earnestly join with theirmany friends 28. Recapitulation: Boy«, 63; girls, this week. Tue roai will be of great by tue new, and dl n ties and »ecoiute due to the old
tirai are payab.e to ibi new.
in wishing them much success in their
J B. RIGDON.
kvu Mrs. S. A. FARHHANL
age attendance, 96.
likely to be put through.
W. A. MOA'ARD.
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G. F. BILLINGS.