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NOVEMBER 22 18:
TRIUMPH FOR TRUE
FER VA TISM.
Wheat i» quoted at 85 cents in Salem
George T. Baldwin,
T he W hipping P ost in V irginia .—
Good timothy hay is sold readily at
$14 per ten at Olympia.
There are at present 146 convicts in
the State Penitentiary.
Bosie river is said to be lower than it
has been since the settlement of that
There are 242 inmates at the East j valley—15 years ago.
Portland Insane Asylum.
W. H. Newell, editor of the Walla
Six Indian» have been found guilty of
Statesman, died at bis home on
murder in the first degree ut Pendlv
last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Newel)
was a prominent journalist, and widely
The run of Salmon in the Umpqua
and Siuslaw nveru continue» uudiiuin known both in the Territory and iu
The new Criminsl code of Virginia, es'
tablishing the whipping poet went into
operation recently. Stripes are to be
inflicted upon persons convicted of
petty larceny. An outcry is made in
some quarters against this law as bar
barity, bnt so long as the lash is used
as a means of correction for tender
children in the public schools, there
does not seem to be cause for this sen
bit iveness in regard to its application to
the hardened backs of criminals.
J. M. McCall.
J. M. Me Call & Co.,
STOVES, TIN AND HARDWARE.
The recent defeat of Butler in
Massachusetts should be hailed
WÈ WILL CONTINUE TO PURCUASE WHEAT
with rejoicing by the friends of
LINEVILLE, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON.
pure government, irrespective of
party predilections, all over the
y^OULD announce to the people of Jack-
United States. It was a victory
son and Lake counties that they have com THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE,
General Grant writes to General
fur political honesty, and a crush
menced receiving their new Fall Stock, and
Always on band * good assortment of
that he has given up his trip
ingrebuke to corruption and dem- The blind and deaf mate school at ■ It is estimated 30 000 tons wheat baa Sherman
And Will Délier
around the world; that after a short
that every day will witness additions to the
agogism, which will be felt from Selern is to be luvestig itrd by tue coni- i been raised in Walla Walla valley this run into Africa he will return to Paris,
argest stock of
the Atlantic to the Pacific. It mitteo.
year, and settlers continue to break where he will remain until hisdeparture
LOCKS, SCREWS, SAWS,
FLOUR, FEED &c,
will encourage and aid that spirit Dr. Reese Holmes has been appointed I j ground. Forty cents a bushel is the
visiting physic.ni to tbe penitentiary
of steadfast faith in the stability of at Salem.
! offering price at Walla Walla; choice
It is gratifying to know that the
our political institutions, which is I
HAY FORKS, KNIVES. SHOVELS.
ANYWHERE IN TOWN, AT
cotton crop ever raised iu the
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At the State University th?re is an
now undergoing a severe trial from attendance of about one hundred and
HATCHETS, TABLE AND POCKET
Ttie Cloud Ling -rs.
estimated by the Agricultural Depart
the violent disturbing elements on sixty students.
been grown this year.
CUTLERY OF ALL KINDS.
this coast. The contemptuous Several Albany saloon keepers have The war cloud hangs darkly over Eu ment to have n>WTTMi
disregard of Kearnyism was but a been indicted for selling ‘ the ardent” I rope. The probability of war between
small part of the triumph. Its without license.
istan, grows stronger. But no doubt
Wagner A. Anderson
wider and more weighty signifi Coos Bay is swarming with salmon the course that England is pursuing in
(V ol . 1,
Ever brought to this market. They desire to
cance lies in the fact that the fac and the Sf-irs wants to know why they i the matter will be condemned by a
are not caught and canned.
tion of corruption, in its most pow
Rifle, E.gie, Duck and Diamond grain a »y to every reader of tliii paper, that,
Britain. Glad-done ba-» spokeu.
erful form, was met and van A Good Templars’ Lodge was organ Great
J. Q. L atta
C. H. II abgadink ,
at Lifayeiie on toe 9th lust., by In u speech delivered at Rhyl he de
quished by the conservative ballot. ' ized
clined to give the Government the con
W. R. Dunbar, G W C. T.
fileiieo they asked on tha AfghuriistaD
Neither of the two political par- ,
Tbe Eugene Guard says there lias question,and complained of tbeir with
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Hargadine & Latta,
ties can claim the credit of the re i been more l’’.»ll wheat sown tu Liue holding authorit Hive information. Re
STANDARD GOODJ, SOLD AT THE
sult, and neither can be said to be county this year than ever before.
CAPS, WADS, SHOT, ETC., ETC.
viewing the information which was ob
'TTT’OUI.D ai.Bounce to the people of
defeated. The fight was against Mr. Sal-.*, of B iker county,raised 40,- tamable, he showed that the relations
v V Go i-e L<le va)l«-y and vicinity, that
Butler and the elements he so well
ar«* rece'vinx at the
ing his administration,and justified ihe
personified, and party lines v’ere season. Ten ot them till a wh -at s ick. displeasure
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
LO WET MABKEl PRICE,
of the Ameer at, the Briti»h
in effect obliterated. Butler is a Gen. J aha S. Z iber, at one tim i U. occupation of Quettab. Ho poiuted
Surveyor Gauerul fi r the State vf out th it a week Power, which a pro .
A LARGE VARIETY
Democrat, a Republican, a Com S,
Oregon, dml suddenly at his Lome, on fessed!y
munist— anything that secures Thursday of lust week.
thieatened to punish for receiving a
Will do it, they propoie te do the larges One door ¿outb of the U. S. Land Office.
votes. He represents more fully, The Salem Sla',an in says: Dasha lli.-Bian Embassy, was lees culpable STOVES, TINWARE, HARDWARE,
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
business this fall and winter, ever
perhaps, than any other man in way Lodge, 1. O. G T., in:ti.itod nine than the sender of the Embassy. The
America the politician whose sole meuibeis on 1 ist evening, and a goodly sending of the Etnassy was apparently CROCKERY and GLASSWARE. Tinware and Sheet-ironware, both pre'sed
done by them in the last five
were proposed 1 >r meiubeisUip a breach of Russia’s engagements to
aim is place and personal prefer number
England, but he feared Russia would
years, and that they can
al the text meeting.
Tbe largest and BEST SELECTED stock
ment. Ko one else has dared to
like it as a justification of the un
positively make it to
Mr. Loibe, a grocer of the Dalles,
« ffere«i to the peop'e ot Eastern Ore-
expose his ambition and his foul eomiuitod suicide by drowning hiuisell friendly conduct of the British Govern
gon. Comiisiing of
Cheaper than any other House
the advantage of every one
practices so shamelessly as he. iu a »mail btrc.im tear the town, last the expenses of a defense against imag
His manifold personal advantages Wednesday uioruiug Id» had beeu inary dangers would be an injustice as Hl Ashland.
to call upon them in At-bland
have given him power to do tins, unluitanute iu busincs*.
and test the truth of their assertions
and he felt himself secure in his I The following young gentlemen from tory of the world.
L ard C ans ........... 15. D ollars per. 100.
They will spare no pains to maintain, more
i Oregon have graduated from t le niedi-
W ater B uckets ......................... 50 cents.
stronghold. He lias hurled defiance ! cal department of the Uuiversity of
S traw B ids .—Tho R iseburg Plain-
fully than ever, the reputation of their
at tiie friends of political honesty ! California: John A. Pruett, Pendie- dealer
has the following concerning the
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY.
find honor and boasted of his skill lou, and Cha. les Oder, K »»lb irg.
house, as the acknowledged
JENSEN Á IFFLAND,
mail contractors, who are also inter Winchester Repeating Rifles from
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in intrigue, until his position has Stephen Tai box, an old pioneer, who ested in tho Reading and Roseburg
become a reproach to American
Paints and Oils,
the same tram with Hous. Jesse route, which they have not yet entered
politics, and his election to tue : m
Appl g ite, J \V. Nesmith mid Daniel
POWDER, IsIIOT, CAPS AND WADS OF TBK
gubernatorial chair in the state of Waldo, died in Bouton county on the With all the care and guardianship
the Pilgrim Fathers would have 6iL lust., aged 66 years.
heretofore placed over the mail let-
BEST STANDARD BRANDS
been a sad blow to reform all over I The Salem ¿.tahsmau says thut Dr.
Young, » prominent physican ut that
Extra Boston Syrup.
service is vet burdened with hundreds
Selling off Cheap
Lake View &tQzee
I late, absconded lust Wednesday, leav
of bounty jumpers, or those who bld
RESULTS OF THE FLECHONS. ing a Lost ul creditors behind to mourn
the loss of sundry sums of com, rang on contracts which they transfer to an
other 11 possible, making a greater or
ing from one dollar to one tbuu-aud.
less per cent, thereby, or failing to
On Tuesday, the Sth inst., nine- i
Ihe celebrated Ritt’es;;uke J.iak,tiow make t’leso sub lettings allo.7 the con
teen states held general electioi s, | more
notorious lor horse stealing than tract t > full back to tha government.
and the result has been waited for for Indiuu fighting, has been taken to O.ir Rustburg and Caos county route
with the greatest interest by politi- Gr«nt county, Or«gon, ou a requisi is an <-x hd pie. This route was let to
from Gov. C ¡a iwick, to answer one, Huntley, who failing to sell the
'cians everywhere. The returns tion
tho Charge of
line failed himself. As a consequonco,
show that the Republicans have PuUr 1'ieueh.
there are do mails over the road, and
been » «miners
to the extent of six
On Sunday, tLo lOtli, Rev. Mr. innocent parties must suffer in conse
Congressmen and one Senator, j McEvan, of Eastern Oregon, was ad quence. If the Government would
prosecute his bondsmen and all other
stili leaving a Democratic majority I vauced to tue priesthood in tbe Episco contractors
who so neglect their duties,
in the House. The Democrats as Oregonian who has this position. The and fine them
heavily, their swindling
sert that the Republican vote is no ceremony was preformed in tbe Trinity might be checked. These fellows.how-
ever, will, wo doubt not, be screened
larger than in 1876, and that the 1 Church, Portland, Uy B.shop Morris.
by political friends, and be as ready to
Democratic loss is due to the fact
O i Sunday morning oi list w.ek the bid iu the future as they were in the
of tbe party being divided on the granary ut Il<llsburo, containing 8,0U0 past.
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money question. Th2 Republi s bushels of wheat, was destroyed by
tire. Tue lire was discovered about
T he P ortland B ridge .—Following
cans claim, with strong evidence I 3. i* M., and the citizens turning out in
outiiue of the provisions of
to sustain them, that hull-dozing force,saved about 1 500 bushels uf »train. the a brief
Portland bridge bill, which has
was practiced in the Southern l'Ue fire is suppose«! to have been been passed by both branches of the
work of an luceuiliary. There was
states to such an extent as to de tbe
Oregon Legislature : ¡.lie bridge bill
no insurance ou tbu grain, and only
prive them of a number of Con ¿100 on the bui.ding. Total loss about provides that tho Portland Bridge
Uumpany may build a bridge on or
gressmen, in districts known to ¿8,000.
above Morrison stiect, and gives the
have a majority of Republican vo A new motive power baa been in company ti»o right to use the street on
vented by an Astoria buy named Wil either side as they may select, The
is u wheel which produces bill allows the company six years in
As to furnishing an indication motive It power
by being submerged in a which to complete the work, It also
of how the Presidential election tank of wafer or a ruuiug stream, and gives
tho comity court power to regu-
will go in 18S0, the recent vote is wi.i continue its mutton until worn out. late the rites of toll. The bill also
not very satisfactory. One thing, The deeper bubmerged the greater provides that the draw must be made
power g.ve-. Altuough as yet but 100 feet in the clear. Those who are
however, seems quite certain—the the
partially perfected, tbe young genius interested in the bill think that the
South will be solid for the Demo has been offered ¿35,000 fur a ball in bridge will be built. No exclusive
cratic nominee, whoever he may terest, which be refused. Tho model privilege is granted to tho company.
will bo completed in a tew days, when,
be, ami the probabilities are that in
all probability, it will bo placed un
The Confederate monument.the work
the vote will be quite as sectional exhibition.
of tho Ladies’ Memorial Association,
a one as in 1876.
On Friday, of last vcA, a man was nuvoiled tho other day at Atlanta,
Should the choice of President while driving along tbe Powell’» road, (Ga.,) iu the presence of a vast con
of people. Gov. Colbuitt, Alex.
be left to the House, it will doubt 18 miles back of Last Purtlaud, picked course
H. Stephens, and other distinguished
less be decided by the election of
12 years of age, to give her a ride as citiz-ms were present.
Representatives in California next »he
was on her way to school.
fall, as it is the only state having o ascending a hill naar tbe scUool hou»e Post Band, from- Atlanta. Several
Confederate battle flags were displayed
an election before 1880, anil the the wagon upset, throwing the child to on
the stand in front of the monument.
ground, immediately under tbu
vote by states in the House now the
star spangled banner and Confeder
wagon,crusLiug her leaifully. Mr. Ivan
it» equally divided pighteen being ScepbcLs, wau happeued along ut this ate flag were blended and surmouuted
Democrats and eighteen Republi moment picked up ihe child uud hur by au orange-fringed streamer,with the
lied to the house of Mr. Kelly near by watchword, ‘ Peace.’’
where every thing was dene to restore
The State geologist of North Caro
without uvuil. Alter
K'.IS THEIR DUTY FULFIL! ED?
is authority for the statemement
hovering un the brink for uoout an
that the Mica mines of that State were
hour the spirit passed away.
The committee appointed by
worked in aucieut times. Mounds of
surrouud the excavations now
the List Congress to investigate
SEWARD ON THE GlhNESE.
overgrown with the largest forest trees,
the Indian question relative to the
Ho discovers a clue to the workers in
advisability of transferring the
the fact that the mounds found in the
[Sin Fnucitco CUruUde.)
management of the Indian aiEiirs Tue l’ost publishes a long iuteiview with ! Northwest contains mirrors and orna
to the War Department, has left Mmitier G*u. F. r-u<vard up >u Cuius.-: ments of mica, beuce be believes the
Mr. reward s»id; it is no: uiy path I mound builders opened these singular
San Francisco for the east without i to pics.
pass any opi .io.i upon the issues in- ! mines.
coining north to visit the various volr.d. All ctusses in Ca'iloruia are div I
reservations in Oregon or Wash c losing the mitt« r with the deep« st intvre-t | The new plan of registering third
cuiic--rn. There is an Luue-t fear oil class mail matter, which has been in
ington Territory, as it was sup and
au-.lUer large Lr.iuliic o.i of the Cbiiie.e ' operation four weeks, has proved to be
posed they would do. As to how elc.i.e it, ul hough it is the 1.mite«! class ; a great success, and reports from all
they will report, we have not in peih.ips taut ue-ire to expel th >s • now I directions show that its advantages are
th re. Whether the Cuitic.-e are a desirable appreciated by the public. The retail
formation, but be that as it may, el«
uieut or not, they are not no.v us I be
of the larger cities are us
we shall have the impression that lies e, cmning io Cal to.’uia in sufficient num- ' merchant»
hers to jusuly alaiui. Iu point ut tact it is I ing it to extend their trade through the
the committee has failed to do its [ rub «hie that mote have 'ell li e stale ill the I mulls, which are cheaper uud quite as
ty in the position of responsibility past two yeirs . hau Lave cum«- lulu it. Fif rapid in delivery as the express COIU-
ity in which it was placed. The In teen teais .«go the pruporliou oi Chinese to panics.
n> «y have been one to live. Tue
dian question is one of vital impor whites
whites bate in reused rupid y. and I doubt
It is stated that while horses in Ren-
tance to Oregon and Washington whether to-day there aie u.u.e than one erul are of pour »ale at auy price, tUat
e to ten white.*. This lulling oft' in good draught horses bring as much as
Territory, involving the security Critic
the pro| orii >na'.e nu nber of Chinese Las
of life and property as well as the be -n g Hug on dining a period of high rates they did five years ago, snd tiud a
Breeders of horses
wage-, and ot'a specially great demand ready market.
growth, development and general ul
lor labor tor rai.w «y building, swamp laud sLould note this peculiarity, and con
prosperity of the whole North reclatn tiiuD, etc. With lower wages and sider the cause, which lies in the fact
west; and a question involving a do special call for 1 .bo , il may be expected that it is almost impossible to aupply
iLe inward tl *w ai l fall otf still nia e. tbe industrial market for horses, but
radical change in the conduct of that
Aleanwude the stat«*, wild all it.- magnificent tbe market fur driving uugs is very
Indian affairs should not be de rtsoiirc. s, is attracting and receiving gen unstable at best.
cided without the most searching eial immigr.itiou. au t the natural iucrease
its papulation is being Mt. All m.s is
Among tbe curiosities of the Pacific
investigation and most careful con ol lending
io make ihe Chiues«* question one ul
oil well at sea iu thirty fathoms
sideration. Personal inspection less real co icern and anxiety. Further- of an water
on tbe California coast, off
pf principal agencies on this coast «¡.e business. China is Uy i.o means so pop Santa Barbara, which sends forth a
would have necessitated some trav ulous us is generally believed, and however constant stream oi oil, ruuning to
eling by the committee outside of great the pop duiion, the Soil will support waste. R*fleeting the light of the sun
more than are now found upon it. Tue iu all the colors of tbe rainbow it pro
palace cars, but when they assumed Chi.iiniau,
in tact, is not given to emigr,« duces a singular and beautiful effect.
the responsibilities of servants of ling. In s.qtporl of this Mr. ¿ewaid re-
ieiie'l to the obstiueuce of Chinese from any
the people of the United States, considerable
One hundred and Bixtv Mormons,
attempt to relieve the districts
they should have calculated upon recently uffi.cieil with famine. He also iu mostly converts from Englund, Scot
formed ibe inteiviewer that our expurt land and Wales, arrived at New York
performing some duties other and Hade
to China is rapid y increasing, a* d recently on tbeir way to U*-ab.
more onerous, than that of draw tl.ought there w s grmud f»r Lope that it is ing the season ten thousand converts
«»u me eve o! great develop tn* al.
Lave come to the Territory.
OPEN FOR TRADE
B. F. REESER.
Ashland, Oreg. Nov. 15, 1878 tf,
Eggs and Butter.
Crockery, Glass and Tin-
Ware, Shawls, Wrap-
FOR THE INFORMATION OF
DEALERS AND CONSUMERS,
THEY WILL SAY THAT
A LARGE SUPPLY
THE VERY BEST NATIVE WOOL
SOUTHERN AND SOUTH-EASTERN
Ashland Factory Goods.
AND FURNISH A FIRST-CLASS ARTICLE
FURNITURE, SASH, BLIND
DOOR AND MOULD
OLD AND NEW.
Âah1 a ad
THANKS TO THE PUBLIC
For their Liberal Patronage, which he ac
Authorized Agent for me, has full pow
cepts us testimony their appre
er to transact any and all business
ciation llis purpose is to
Always on band and for sale at loweat prices
connected with the
“Grow With the Place.”
ASHLAND WOOLEN MILLS.
jpW'The highest market prices paid for*B^
HE IS IN FAVOR OF THOSE WHO
WEAR GOOD BOOTS AND
Furniture and Ornamental
Carving, Etc. Done
^©“Furniture. S.teh, Doors, Blinds and
Moulding c<>n»tantlv on band
and m ole to order.
We will contract to design and »ract all
kinas ol buildings
When desirable to
those employing us, we will tarnish aU I 11 m
material required for tbe construction I of
any building ready for occupancy, (nolitf
MARSH & 00.
WHEAT---- OATS----- BARLEY----- BACON
HE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE FOUND
at his shop on Main si real, two doo &
from the livery stablec, where he is prepared
to do all kinds of work in his line I the
WAGONS, BUGGIES AND ALL KINDS*
WIMER & WELLS.
And any thing else the public may
ALWAYS ON HAND,
Flouring mills, saw mills, quarts mills,
and ah ki-.ds of mill machinery put up to
order in the very best style. All work war-
ranied. Saiislactiun guaranteed. Add rear
either, or both, at Ashland, Oregon. [29tf.
And all work gotten up in the
Of Vehicles Made to Order.
VERY BEST STYLE.
---- AND LARD----
Materials of all kind«, such as
J. O. C.
All kinds of Planing, Moulding,
Turning, Circular and
BOOT & SHOE STORE.
W. H. ATKINSON
—Next do >r to the Post office—
J. P. R *
«rs of tin
he will t
H. C. E
Are invited to send in their orders
and are assured that they shall
receive prompt attention at
prices that defy competition.
J. R. BURK
A F. SQUIRES,
THAN TIIEY CAN BE PROCURED ELSE-
Lowest Living Kates.
L. 8; P. MARSH,
VERYTHING in our line kept constant
ly on bund and sold at Ihe
A FULL LINE OF
<l<3Dt of t
HARGADINE & LATTA
DOESKINS, AND DISPOSEOF THEM
SHIRTS and CASSIMERES,
Come and see Us.
BACON, BEANS, DRIED FRUIT. COFFEE, SU
GAR R’CE, TEAS. SALMON, SAR
DINES, OYSTERS SAD
EAB A I US, CANDLES, SPICES, FLA
VORING EXTRACTS, PA I E.NT M FDIC1NES Etc.
A LARGE STOCK OF
And, in fact, everything required for the
-ARE NOW MAKING -
Cigars and Tobacco
A C omplete L ine O f
THEY KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND Trade of
ing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Groceries, Hardware, Cloth*
Staple and Fa cy Goods
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots
Of Every Variety.
J. n. McCALL ACO.
Repairing of all kinds ;’one with dhpateb.
call and see ms.
„ . _
is no tit!
lice is to
of a $18
I d the f><
the A h bl
du *ted t