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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1878)
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ASHLAND, OREGON: FRIDAY . JULY 2G, 1878
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PROFESSION A L.
* u<-t'k i > vDiir o’-vn io v*i $*> O’itl’
..free. N'.ij-k. Readi-r,'f ' <» 1 *aCt ll
li>ti''n*fS at w * :"» i er-o s . f-i’her sex
'''..n maie g-e tp ya i h* time tnry
wiHk.forp r i. u'aro «rue tu H H allett . v ’<>..
Bor land, M .me.
three and a half miles from the mouth after. Brush had received a painful
of the river. Here, upon the right wound on his head from a cauue pud
— ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY —
bank, was a large rancharie of Indians, dle.
The times, th« times—-I say th“ times
A T TO i: \ Il Y - A T- L A W
- B Y -
Devenport had made bis escapa by
Are getting worse than ever;
with fresh salmon displayed as an in
O. C. APPLEGATE
Th« £<»'»d old wavs otr fith-T« trot
while the exciting fight was go
ducement for them to land As they
Shall g'ace their chil Iren never.
were suffering for food, and well nigh ing on between Williams and the Indi
Tin* turnip-tap and punkiti vine,
exhausted,under the assurance of their ans. He arrived in Umpqua settle-
CbilwoolA Atkin on’
AFE LAND, OREGON.
The pro IilCti >n ot Ilia t »¡I.
guide that all wai safe, they determin meats some days after wards, unharmed.
HtTIIE1 ENE1TI Dl’TIlo.'i: DEMR-
Williams,iu bis flight from lint Indi
ed to laud.
T he bank of the river
Terms of >ti,»-< rip:ion :
inu go »I w icon w«rk. th<- un*le: signe I
And plants of fhieign soil.
I <■ can be ’<> ilei
i I ei'eby in-kc* know n lliat
above and below the village was lined ans, had disincumbered himeelf of l>i<
Oue copy one year..............
Attorney ai d (Joni«se!or-at-Law, a: «Il turn * a ' hi« .'hoi» in tin -L \\ . < o ,
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with canoes and there were Indians boots and all clothing except Lit» shirt.
Farewell, the pleasant hu’king night,
of lite pillili- sqmie Aslil mrl Oga; anil >
J acksox vu. i e . O regon .
•• •• thrw. «
i e idy ami V.11 i iti_- « -, <•<; all wo k ent ms (1
enough on the snore to annihilate their In this condition by was compelled to
Will i.r-u ice hi all th- (' mrt» of -he St it*. Prom.
It* m«rry after scene*.
Club r-tee -ix copies» fur.........................................
a‘ e-i ion £iv» n to nil bu.-nxif» intrusted to mv cart.
io in« i’i a 'Vo kui udike manner. W \G-
baud and a score more sitting in their seek bis way out • f the iaontg,*ins.
AVh«n InJi tn pudding smoked beside
Term*, in mix n e.
IG f 1er. In die buil'ü g formerly < ccupied
ONS. <’AKiU.\GE<. BIj’Dil '.S, Will El.-
canoes near where th«y lauded. After The t wo men, W illiams and H - Men,
The giant pot of b«ans;
K.ti.lei a Wa't>. u, o¡>|»o>iie C-»urt Houre.
BAIÌ iìU V» S, l’LOW STO KS, Ac , ni ule
Terms of Advertising:
Wh«n lass«* joined the social band—
parleying for some time, tryiug to pur set out together in a northeast direc
to otiie . and lep tiied o i sbo t i o’ice.
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Txtctl No i«-* ; • r
Broi----1 n «1C h
chase salmon, at a preconcerted signal, tion anti soon struck the mud bills upon
W. -V. KEN I NÓI.’.
’1 Sto inette«, pe» ■ipi trier.....................................
the Indians rushed on the p n ty,killing the coast near the place where the town
5 DO 1
Ashland, June 17111. 1S7G.
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on the spot, Byron, Pepper, Holland of Kandolf now stands. Fur six days
. . t'M'l 1 GRANITE STHEET - - - ASHLAND
O e- 1 If C lij-nn <t
.. .1 •<> 1
an I Murphy, and disarming Brush, and nights, over a rough and trackless
. ................................ .. li So ' “V^TI1.1. I«» li'thi g n hi* line on »bort no’lce an i
>i> ihe lowei-t l nil«.
II -dden, Devenport and D ingherty. country, did these two men make th«ir
I.p< • AL ADVktiTI.-F MhMS
took pains to swoon away,
One «qnare ('eu 1 Ile« 0
o R MYER.
lei la et tioU ..
By this time, one hundred au l fifty In way, tie one so severely wounded that
ll.ca udóltioDil in«*r ion......................
sight "f ugly me t;
dians were or. the ground and pal he could go but a few rods .it a time with
thev knew Il.e puri!V
succeeded in killing or ui’armiug all out having to lie down to rest, ami then
Of *11 <le*criptlon, rione <»n »t»->rf no’lce. T.*gil
of the party excepting L. L. Williams, coulu not arise without the assi-tan«,»
Hi .nki*. Cileni-r», B iifitc -» C 'r<1e. B 1 1-- ni«, I.* 'sr-
not o.; apne trances,
(now of Douglas county.) He huving of bis comrade. With no fool to eat,
heil*. Post-r», tic., got en up in kuu J wy e ;it kvu g
suspected that all was nut right with or clothing or blankets to pr P-eiyt th«m
F hvpwi '11, tn • jovi >1 quilting match,
the savages, had k«pt on bis guard. fruoi the chilling winds and f »gs of the
Agents for tke 'Pidings.
T e songs and merry play,
When they attempted to siezi his gun nights, the suffering of these men,
S. M P-t e'gi I &
The wlf cling ot the pewt'T plate,
J. O. U. XX IM Eli
he dealt them such blow’s right’and left and especially the wound«d on«, was
Si. L ino
K ,AV«t’i V U
L P Fi- er.
In the afternoon
as kept them back.
Williams be beyond <lescription.
WiMER & WELLS.
Portimi 1, Ore.o: i
1) H. S -»ru»,
Ti e mimic inini'ge brought about
ing a nan tn the prime of Ffe, of great of September 20th, when forty mil«a
Pî sxct irai JliÜM i iglils.
Bv ¡«aping ov«r the broom,
J. A A •> h--_r ii«,
physical endurance and strength, rush- from the place of attack, they form-
M !.. » 'h mi»-' lui
T ie co «1 <>I<1 plav of blind man’s bull’.
Fli'Uring m P’, s iw nttlls. quart* tuill*.
i . 11 nuli,
on the enemy who stood arouud neately hailed a boat fr ».n up the river
and al. ki - ds of tnill m »ehinerv put up t" I
D- N I. T.—
Tiie laugh that shock the room.
R,-.' .1. U N. B-ll,
-rd- r in lit- \ ry brsi style. AU w<_>-k w i- I
him so thick that they did not dare to and were conveyed to G ir liner, abut
Pr.it 'i. Buri
use their bows lest that they might aix miles up the river.
.1 H. N’-'i. -
i-itl.e:*. or boih. ;.t Adii nui. Oregon.
C S Srrz'-tt.
shoot tome of their own number. Every
li ti. W
W. F il Her,
M .»1ER SAUNTERINQS .
a - x w.n-,
stroke of his gun barrel, the stock be
à M S‘l»l»1,
J, Q. WILLITS,
El. R. ' » <-n,
ing broken off at the first blow, felled
O-r, Annals of the Cave Hunter».
W U P r»e-,
E I) m-. k,
oue of their number. The desperation
11 -- ».»ri* 1» rmt,
IETIEB NO I.
with which be fought, seemed to strike
Mi<- Ala* W C ijvig,
.1 S M F -Iden.
the Indians with terror and they would
Mi-« < : irr».’ Sin lb »
A F Si-ling,
retreat before him, until lie would be
An¿ Professional Piano Timer.
To those who have n«ither l«i*nr«,
• • B W- *»11.
<r- - I’. R I I win,
nor inclination to follow theae sketch«*
M fs .
M* u n tlov t*.
throughout, I will etale fthat .their
Di' J S D- II «oil,
J no S. S o »K,
B • !»z I.
I and the enemy’s lines opened on the design is to give a d?scriptiiun of a
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<: ?1. ¡>y.r,
MH* M ry HcC
side next to a heavy skirt of timber pleasure seeking expedkiou, gotten up
»*•;>*. I). T Eerree Gei* ral
for L k»* and I
ero by v otjnine 1 nliiiin* lnl'>."»1
about four hundred yards distant, by -the young people of William’s cre«k.
C. B. WATSON.
•I. M Surui-.i, (fFiwrnl A¿.¡it Toi J.i‘k»o!i an 1 J ihp -
through which Williams sprang from and having for its objective point of
t’l Willi H .
The Indians tohl them that it would
the crowd of savages and started to run research, the cave discovered list Hum
take bat two d tys to reach the month of
Xagvs leai e A-!ilau<! as Dhioz s
for bis life. This was so unexpected, mer by Elijah DavidsoD, and Huu<t«<l
the river. <)n their way down the river
The O A C. St.i-4-- (’■».’« ■'tn_re I-- ive \«l:l ml
by the Indians, that he had consider on or near the southern boundary of
EE AL ESTATE AG EXT.
they p issed large Iadiin villages at
lor J t s- to i|i.-,
Po iit ;unl Ro* -
able start before pursuit was commenc the State, in Josephine county,Oregon.
burg t-very <1 ty a; f> ;t. m. M u| cl.» e- at
o-,7"S >*c’ J »t en Inn *iven’<> all matter» uqulr-
short intervals, ami often tried without
ed. Bit two stalwart savages were And,furthermore,I will add,in advance,
j;30 a. i;t
in^iiti Attoriiev atthe V. S. kuul Ot'.ice.
success, to obtain something to eat. In
For ll-'iilv, Y’t-ki ami Rei.lingr.t (j p. ni.
soon on his track, each armed with that one of the important resn'ts
Vit.w, L'. ki : Co . O kegon *.
T h ive now ou ban»! a h .iu lini •! .-.-or i
one instance they procured some broil-
M 1 c’o e- a
boxv and arrows, one having also a gun of the expedition
M y 31, ÌS78
M. CoLv • F*
HRoridi-, * •.<’•■* Er» n h Fi » " t*rs.
ed elk -ki t, which they ate with avid
Viu 1 <?*. N« ' X I i
I !.• •! Smìs*, .'HI V .
takeu horn one of their fellow victims. d i s c o v e ry of many
every M-imlay, W. <l?«.-d»v :,n’l Fri»la>
ity. Distrust of the Indians along the
1 <BÌ ï4, d ’., e IU. tu
moi iiitg* for Li'ikvill--, ami i\ urn -»n
As he ran, he received one arrow jn*t aisles and chambers of beauty to
shore, which had prevailed among the
every T i-'day I li'ir-d • y in l >.»i m d > v.
Buttri.cK 1 -’Uti * ns
above the left hip, ranging forward, previously vi-ited. Such is as brief an
Leave Linkx ill- < »r L<k View, Oregon,
men at the onset of flieir journey down
- 1 !lh Co
Wednesday*; arrive it i tke \ e v Silm-
went through the abdotneu. Ua stop outline of the vhole, as could reason
».ly A 1 or fer (roui 1. -i • Gire pr.O ■G’t’y filled
the river, sun wore a-viy as they
•lay* ; le»ve Lako Vi w M »nd.ps; arrive
ped long enough to pull out the s.haft, ably be given; but for those who have
I v -rv i tcl< -i . ! < L ■ i 1» fur 0 s•il.
glided down tho beautiful water,
a» Linkvill« Tliin -<Liy>. c.trry'.ie, mail and
R '■ 1 Ili' -, Presella; . i.<l Color
leaving the barbed head aul about time, patience and inclination to follow
S’ ’H Jorl’S.
amidst the grand forests and towering
Ashland - - - - Orennn Lta Hi..LI.
A. 1) HELMAN, P. M
inches of the detached portion of details, I have a lengthy, if Dot an
IL ÌL Jon. <.
I ;»ni t ow ptTin memiV located ill tl
the arrow in his body, Again he atart- “niivarnishable’ title to nufold.
ger, their voyage during the day would
.i (j ie-| »_■ tfu ly a.'ks 'l:e p ti i onag
way across the
Our expedition was composed of the
i he c; izi-ns.
have be m oue of uninterrupted pleas ed to run, and on his
Ashland Lxì-eN.). 189, LO. 4 i1.
ure. lo viirJ.i night, the tide s t in so dry marsh, over which he ha<l to make following ladies and gentlemen: M'*a
M.*-ts at the II JI of Remit» & Fountain every
strong that they were compellel tn bis wav to the timber, ho saw two of Mattie Nail. Miss Emuia Nail, Miss
Fruity eve. ir.g at 8 o'clo k r. m . Biotliers and
his companions, D »ugherty and Eed- Hannah McGee, Miss Anu'iel Jordan,
To give En ire S tisfact'on. Prices te suit
land and wait for it to return. When
»ister* in g hf I -t t<! :.g re t or ltn lv irvi'i-ii to •»!-
The l unes.
tend T e T’e np'e unetti every tir*t in i thml Wt .l-
it began to ebb, they set, out an I trav d«p, fleeing for their lives; Dougherty Miss Lola L«yton and Miss Mary E.
however was soon brought down by his Layton, M«ssrs. Andy, Charley, Oliver
nesday tn e ich in..nta.
its. eled utPil ten o’cl-jck P. m ., anti landed
T O. ANDREWS, V’ C. T.
pursuers. Williams kept up his flight, McGee, Prof. Hathaway, britz Mace,
and campi'd fortheuight During th«
II. I’. C hitwood , S-c y.
day the Indians had been very numer I bis pursuer* fast gaining on him. Lie Rev. M. C. Miller, D Vinevard, Carter
was frequently struck by arrows in dif Dividson, AV. B «ardsley, Win. Jordan
ous and well armed with bows and ar-
ferent parts of his body, but none and this reporter.
rows, and long hoop iron knives, A
A. F. <V A. lì..
save tho first inflicting a dangerous
A combination happily organiz'd for
strict guard was kept up during the
Hold» th»>ir »’uteri coiun unicatioi * Thun-duy cvru
wound. At length, stepping into a the pursuit and realizition of plea-nre
night,the Indians seeming little at euse,
ii-g-wu or before th* full uioon. Pie iirea in guuu
1 miry spot, be fell down. T ie Indian and recreation. A full sketch of the
FJÌIIF UNDE'’SH;N D V. i < hl
»liUxl.nx are cordi il y invi'rri t •
either from a fear of their white asso
having his comr i ies gun, dropped bis prominent peculiarities of many of our
W. H. ATKINSON, AV. M.
ciates or from an expected hostile visit
ile gene-rally, th il he is siili le be louud ai
J. S. Et BANK*. Sec'y.
b >w and arrow*, rushed up, pl ice.l it members, us they were drawn out bv
from the other Indians, b it nothing of
agiin-t his prostrate body and snapped the incidents of the journey, would
LONG E'TABLDHED H’>USE,
note occurred during the night.
A siila nd 1. <><!&<' Xo.
it. Willi mis nprang to his feet and swell th«se
tn a good
where he I* 1« dy ut any timo, and on
The morning of Sept. 14‘h was ush
s’zed volume, and would furnish mate
I. <>. O. ! ..
ered in. bright and beautiful. G’i'nn
mai ke atloi ds, in a siyle .'eeend tonootber
rial for a Dicken’ to write upon.
Hold th*lr r*gnl r mc«tfrg every Simrday
s«s of a clear sky occasionally broke
ho i*e in Oit ion.
tng «t ’heir hd> in A*r»b-nl. BrOThere in »• *J
A'l »uti-rer* fr >m'Ir* J-»*'« p ’b t nr* anxh n* to
Foremost in point of wit and hilarity,
1 »iiAier.s iiid su >pe”s tor special occ ’sio’is.
through the dense f )rp*ts of fir and
I» • ciir^d -’i-nt t ’r Hi-. KisHiier's Okhrnl -d
rUiLlug .re c »rdi.J'y iuviied to »eviri.
«'»’leu up iu appropriate s'vi«, at sho’’t no
and most inexhaustible in resonr-es t»»
Con «il in p< iPowders.
vine maple, that embowered the grace
E. DE BEAT, N. O.,
li- mi i , rr,..r 1 », h.uWii hi -i'll cur* Cou-
amuse,was young Oliver MeG«e, alia«,
W. W. Resi.sott. Secy.
-nittpi ion n-t aj Dt-fi-i-« i»l 'h* ’I I no lit nn<l ful little stream, on which the alven
l.tn-g.s loJewt, «<»-’roi'i» t-our fai’O ,u ihr-m, <iinl
I ans hea l bv a luekv blow from his gnn “Prof. Tommy,” a lad of perhaps six
Re'iekih meeCng» 011 ra**tay evening, cetre'
l-o io i.ixiio you th
ti~y .ir- l > nun»'»
vói tnrers so railv fluted toward th«
j barrel. He immediately snatched t ie teen brief summers, and an equal cum
forw rJ ' -«very ill'-, er, bj Hi II, poet paid, a free
he full of’he ui on * va nii irh.
o«ean. Little thought thpy r>f tho f.i‘1
t r.e 1 box.
gun from the hands of tho dying war ber of equally brief winters. If lie
on i v n Ao r m n-y un i y. u are perfpc'ly fate that awaited them ere the snn
Linkv.lle. Lake County. Oregon *.l »>-•
irlioil of tbeir < ur • ve pi»w»-r-
If your li’’- i-
rior, presented it at the other Indian, isn’t Hie budding “Mark Twain” of th«
xvortti riiviuc, <!'-n ' ileia) if ¿!\i;»g these Powders should sink beneath the western for
! who was now deliberately drawing his future, it is Deedless for vour humble
Tin* subscriber is »main in cbarm* a Irl • I, n- t eV wi’ll ■nr-i - ure jin,.
J. A. APPLESATi.
«lice, tor 1 .ig* 0 x. * ; i'i),-em to-.nv part <>f ’he est. As they moved down the river
of the O ld P ioneer H otel of the L ulitd >1 le« or U .L id. ,tc in .¡., on receipt of pt Le. th« number of Indians seem«d to in bow. at aome <li*tance oft', an 1 to his servant to set himself up for oracle or
surprise and delight the gnu went off prophet in such matters.
A itomeli ;uul tf cun5cor-at-X;uv Lak«* country, and is determined I
crease Tt was noticed ton, that th«
and the second savwge fell heavily to
ASH & R0B3JJS,
to make his g, tests
The very antithesis of Prof. Tommy
squaw* and children were no longer
3l>0 Ur-LTON S KF.t-T.-I’iHnuKLYN, N. Y.
the ground, with a ballet through bis in human nature, was Prof. II.. silent,
sr«n along the shore and that everv
Dit. J, IL CHl’B’Wb,
h«»d. There being no more Indians seemingly sullen and out of humor, be
Comfortable and Happy
Tn lian was armed with his bow and a
pursuit Hedden, who had stopped still had an internal relish of joonnditv
A shland ,
full quiver of arrow«, and for th« must
Give hin: a call and rest assured
when he entered the timber, au l wit- not exceeded by any member of our
part, with long hoop iron knives.
that he will n.ake you leel
’ ncHsed his comrade’s list victory,called party, and his grotesque way of mani
About noon, they came to a nla«« which
I out to him and they cam« together and festing appreciation, coupled with hi«
J. R NEIL,
was recogni/.ed bv Cvrus Hedden, as
from there, started on their flight.
sour looks and subsequently approved
the point where th« r>artv of ten men i
While th« exciting scene just nar- good nature, added no little ze«t to the
had crossed the C''qil'« river in Jun«, I
rated, was going on, two others of til« ■ general good humor of the cave hun
in their pfi’orts to reach the Umpqua
party, were making their eacap« under ters. As an evidence of his s»rong
.1 Ptcsant t: ><l Homelike House situated
settlement’,he Being one of their num
less exciting circumstances. T’Vanlt predilection to please, it may be cited,
J. W. HAM AKAR.
— a T—
ber. 'L’hpv now knew themselves to he
and Bru*h who h id not left the canoes that h« carried his avoidance of con-
lltiitiminif Bird Springs, near
about ten miles from th« mouth of th«
when the attack was made.were knock ■ tradiction, so far, that if appealed to •«
river, and among hostile Indians. It
LINKVII.LE LAKE CO., OREGON.
ed or.t into the water. A young Indi to the correctness of a particular M»te-
Eleven miles from Linkvillo, «n th« road to
I was therefore determined.before reach
O‘iire in Post (tifici Buihliiuj. Special
Ft. Kl.unalh, Lake Co., Oregon. -
P ortland , O regon .
ing the month of the river, tn leave the I an, probably one who Lad come down ment. in the form of,“ that’s so. isn’t it.
fiPetiiion i/treu tn c<nicetiancin<i.
the river with them, pushed a canoe Mr. H ?” his good nature would 1«»»i
Attention paid to the wants of guests Particular affini ion pni<! fr- ! undTitl-'s. ( «Ik-Hing cano s and return to Port Orford along
M. L. McCALL,
Detta aiutali kmib of G ot .viimcnl Claims.
the beach. « distance of about thirty into the wat«r.and h«lp«d th« two m«n him to respond in the affirmative, with
The subscriber a'so keeps a Good Stable
into it an I then jumped overboard, an i
Survey«**’ and Civil Engineer w-dl supph-d with hay aud grain. Cull aim
Tho continual assurance of th«v paddled across th« river and mid* a promptness most gratifying tn the
Principal OiBc«, Jacksonville, Oregon.
st e if be can keep hotel.
their guide over'ome their fears and their escape without pursuit.
They interlocutor, and that, too, independent
iBBs A S tearx ’vili attend to my business
IscreDsre^ to do
work I d bis lir e on »b.nrt no"
p, jr Ferree,
Continued on fourth pay*
they coatiDoel io the caaces to a point arrived safe at Por: Orford, somo days
$2.00 PER ANNUM
CONS U.MITI ON