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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1878)
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The vegetable crop was never ex
T he F amily of J eff D avts —It bus »
A eon of Geo. A. Whitmore, of Link*
Such onions, potatoes and cab
ville, traveling salesman for Fechheim- been reported that the president of the
At a regular meeting of Samaritan bage, as have been only read of iu his
The cc.il miners in portions of Ohio are
NOVEMBER 22, IMS er, Goodkind it Co., passed through late Southern Confederacy was bereft
Lodge, No. 2, I O O. F., the following tory heretofore, are here to tell their on a strike.
town on Saturday last, on his way to of every blood relative of his family resolutions were unanimously adopted: own story. We never boast, ba; when
Tin* Bo-ton Workingmen gave Kvarney
locae bhevities .
visit his father whom he has not seen name by the rtfcSut death of his son, t W hereas , It has pleased the Al such crops as ninety bushels of corn to do’ - ‘.ut direct.’’
Jefferson Davis J.*., who was one of mighty Ruler of the Universe to re the acre and four and a h..lf t ins of i A few case« of yellow f.-ver s'.ill occur
I for fourteen years,
, >«Plenty of rain.
onions on sixty-fi.e ro.lt of land are to
Capt. A. D. Helm in, one of the old the Tietics of yallow f< ver. This is Un move from among us our late Brother, be turned out, this is where it may be .1 i*!y i.i the So rh.
¿»usage is ripe.
Rns«i i Ii is < rd -red tbe co3st: action of a A S H L A ÑD D RUG S YÖE Ef
est veterans of the P. O. Department, error; thera are at least two living. The J. M. Sutton, I’. G , and member of I doDe. If this m doubted, let the tin
Good roads are becoming scarce.
believers comedown, and we will show
still remains on duty. His eon, Abra S’. Louis 'lihf tm-Ltions a cousin, Col. Samaritan L >dge, No 2;
The largest stock of
“The melancholy days have oomo. ” ham Lincoln, born years subsequent to F. G. C. Davis, a prominent lawyer in
The elec‘*1c light b.is been tried in the
W hereas , We, as Odd Fellows, feel them the ground where it has been
It is time for the dancing season to the Captain's first appointment as P. that city, and many old residents of in duty bound to express our senti
An extensive strike among the mill oper DRUGS, MEDICINES, HOLI
Jackson county will remember Mr. B ments on the loss we have sustained;
M., is now L’is assistant in the office.
atives ot Burnley, E gland, is in progress.
T. Davis, a nephew pf the president, therefore be it
DAY GOODS, ETC.,
Ne* students are still arriving at the
ing party came into the village store
The Yreka Journal says the new con ;
The wool m uket in Philadelphia is re
Eetolt'd, That in the demise of
Ever received in Arhlaixl—
tractor of tho Roseburg and Reading
ported improving, w.l’j tbe supply deerea;-
Jacksonville, and who now resides in Brother Sutton, this Lodge ba3 lost an prielor to one side, showed him a piece ing.
Wheat one cent a pound at the Ash route has shipped half a dozen eight Idaho Territory.
active and consistaut member, bis fam« of fieu gold quartz, and asked him ho»
Measurfs have b» en taken 15 increase the
passenger wagons to Reading, which
be would like un interest in such a
A Fl'I.t LINE «.'/
Rn«-ian army in time of war liy G92 battal-
The proprietor thought he ions.
R eleased —Rev. Mr. Chapman, to
Baled bay is selling in Ashland at looks as
wou d like it muchlv, and inquired if
the lino, but how soon is not yet whom tho publishers of tba T idings and tho conlmunity in
$20 per ton.
Presid’-nt Hayes proposes to t^ke active
was in need of anything he
have been indebted for editorial assist
measures to prevent iiilimidatiou in the
What has beoorne of the Ashland known.
/?'That the charter of this could furnish. Tue ledge owner said South.
he had no Deed of supplies at prosent,
base ball club ?
mourning, and but be would take a pair of new boots,
There are lively times among miners on
industrious in discharging his infected finished bis work on tue paper wiili Lodge be draped in
Holiday goods are beginning to ap
Comstock iu the contests over disputed
arrows at the hearts of Ashland s eligi the last number. He has tbe sincere that the members wear the customary and in a few days he would bring a the
pear in the show windows
a large piece of quartz and a copy of claims.
badge of mourning fur thirty days.
In great variety and of new ar i v iriote deslgrt"'
ble ones lately, and we fear that quite . gratitude of all interested for the effi
It is th tight by some tlrat the Nalio'ials
llero eed. That a copy of the above location claim papers, and they would
J. P. Gearhart, of Spragae river, a number will be sacrificed upon the cieut services be rendered in a position
begin business. The boots were fur will hold the balance of power in the uex'
-ri RE WINES a \ d LIQL’OES -
resolutions, over the seal of the Lodge,
was io after supplies last Friday.
altar of Hymen before spring brings which, from its temporary character,
nished, and the man departed, but the Congress.
l or n-tdical purposei
John Siz more, of Sam's Valley,paid the daisies again.
aud other peculiar circam.,t inces, had be forwarded to tLe widow of the de merchant is now industriously en
In the district < f Tensas, Louisiana,
gaged in wondering why he cometh twelve negroes were murdered, on the eve
Ashland a visit one day last week.
At the town election on Tuesday.ren- j many diffioultiea aud perplexities
not again. Moral: When an individ
Respectfully submitted in F. L. T. ual comes to you with a piece of rieh of the election,
The Ashland Academy now numbers dered necessary by the ties in the reg which can be appreciated only by those
J. F. J ohnson ,
quartz from Johnson's old ledge, first dians tliero sh iuld be under the care of the
one hundred and fifty-one students.
ular election, the re-mlt was us follows: who have had similar experience. We
M artin O svold ,
.- Com ,
military dep ir’.immi,
The day appointed for turkey and For Trustee. Hill receivtd four major
N athaniel C ampbell . )
your boots go.
tribution, however, whenever ho may
There ba«’acen great entlniii.is n at the
cranberry sauce will soon be at band.
P ortland , N ov . G, 1878.
l'AI >TS, OILS. VARNISH, GLASS.
With this communication I must N ition tl Worn n Suftcragc Convo itim in
lette Lad nine over Watters—For Mur- | have the time and inclination.'
Ah. Giddings began yesterday driv
BRUSHES, ETC., ETC
shal.Wulrad, seven over Miber. lotul ,
ing stage on the road over the Sis
A P leasant T ime — Ou Tuesday
my brief correspondence I have done
John Corning, assistant supc intend int of
evening last,the residence of Mr. Chap
The ladies of the Ashland Presbyter what I could to furnish interesting the Central Pacific lailroad. died at Los
CANDIES, NUES and FINE CONFECTIONS,
Some facetious individual took a 27 man. the Methodist pastor of this place,
news, and I trust that if I havo inad Angelos on the 16th inst.
Many bushels of apples are going to
i ian church are making preparations for
ounce Gloria Mundi apple, bored out was the scene of as pleasant a social
Three manager of election ii. King'.- Tree.
wa>te in the orchards of Jack?ou
a grand time on Christmas day, and
the inside, filled it with shot and then | gathering as has boen enjoyed by the
forgiven, as I have been entirely inno- 'Oiilli Carolina,have been arrestc 1 for intei-
wisely give timely notice of the euter- ceut of any intent to injure anybody. lering with U. .8. supervisors«
Carefully com. ousted of ihi llnest drugs.
carefully plugged it up and seut it to
Tue M. E. Sewing Circle meets the Orejjnim offi ?o, labelled 38^; people of Asblani for sometime. In taiument, that none may plead a “pre With regret I find that added business
The Union Pacifli railroad company is
TJAVING HOU ilir TIIE INTEREST QF W.
cares will prevent my devoting any to receive S3i>7,000 a year for mail service •UJ-
next week at the residence of Mrs. ounces. The local editor swallowed the afternoon a number of ladies met vious engagement.”
Ji. All.!»!» »a In Hie A siilam » D bi <» 8r<»KF., I
to do some sewing for the coming
1 re-j»ec fully »-olii it a coutiuu »nee of the pa'rou-
age w icti b.ih be«-u su lib.-rully exieuded to the pro-
the bait and gave th») fruit a tremen church fair, and in the avoning nearly
say : adieu.
Yours, M ack .
Pacific, S2.-1H) 0.
prletorp in the past.
Capt. D. J. Ferree and Hon. L S. dous puff.
DR. J. H. CBITWODD.
The five and a half mil'ton dollar« to be
everybody else came, and the parson A good old fashioned Christmas dinner
Dyar made another trip to Ashland
Mr. II. F. Phillips, who has had the age was completely tilled with happy will be spread at two o’clock 1». m .after
by ¡lie Halifax aw id is io be ban led over
Ashland Livery Stable UDder bis man- j people. An elogaut supper was served which a fair will be held, with varied
We have two first-class blacksmith
Baggy riding will soon Lavo to Le agement for some timo past, recently to al! who could be induced to partake
attractions and amusements, the pro- shops now, one ruu by Mr. A Dunlap
Tnere have bee., vi-.lcnt storm« through
We note to-day eggs,butter and dried
suspended for tho seaaon, if the rain purchased ths entire establishment of (which some did more than once, it is
cceds to go toward liquidating the & Son,the other by Mr. John Windom, out central Laly, causing great damage and plums scarce, and in demand.
continues to come.
iaU-n np'ing travel on all railroads betw eu
Neil, for $3,500.
Mr. ■ whispered,) aud then the time sped church debt.
late ot California.
They aro both Rjme and the r.oith.
Mr. Raab Willitts, who has many Phillips will contiuue the business in swiftly, with good music and pleasant
CORRE» TED WEEKLY BY J. M. MCCAt-T'
In the evening a Christmas treo will crowded with business.
frieuds in thia vicinity, was in t^wn a
chat, until the hour for dispersing ar be raised in the Presbyterian church,
Our beautifully situated valley is at Owasso. Mich, fo- tarring and feathering
ner as in the past.
few’days last week.
an editor named Ingeisol as a punishment Wheat per busltol...
free to all ,and it is hoped that every
improving with unprecedented rapidity tor a scurrilous publication.
Dr. W. Jackson, of Jacksonville, ar
How soon will evening services l»e
one having presents to bestow upon
S end us N ews . — We earnestly re
this fall. Toe population has doubled
The boiler of a locomotive cxp'olea in Corn meal per lb ...
held in one of tho new church budl rived in Ashland on Wednesday after
tbeir friends will join in and m ike this
qeust all «ho Lave be»n sending items
within the last quarter, and now num M ilioney City, l’a.. list Sunday, killing Flour per M...............
noon,and may be found during business
one of the most interesting featuree of
to ths T idings , regularly or occasion
ber 200 within the corporation.
Mixed feed per ton
shatteiiag the luildings near.
Capt. J a«. Birnes, of Goose Like, hours in his office over the City Drug ally, to continue tie r favors, nnd we the eveuing. A most cordial invitation
The Neil Bros., are putting up Mr.
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passed through town on his way to Store, He will remain here until tue will make them such return as is in our is extended to everybody to bo present
Minneipolis letters to a New Yo k paper Side bacon per
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14th of next month, and those who
both in the afternoon and evening, and Brawley’s Store, Uncle Brawky in state that more than eight thousand 160
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Jacksonville, last Friday.
power, if in no other way, iu giving
tends to open with ft variety stock as acre firms have been taken up along the
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Oae of II lokfellow’s gates is to bo need dental work done should not neg them a wide-awake, newsy local paper, ample preparations will l>9 made to soon as the building is
receive all who may attend, and to
pat up iu tho court !i >uso fence at lect this opportunity.
which we cannot do without their aid.
At last advices, Mr. A G Rockfellow Let all who have sufficient interest in make the occasion enjoyable for all.
Jacksonville, free of cost.
The telegraph line from D-alw.ol to Potatoes
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The following committees have been Messrs, James Kearnes and C S. Ser Fort Ke igii, Montan.i, ba« been completed
E ’gs per doz.
An exchange siys that in theie timea 1 was in Portland endeavoring to make tho paper to take the little trouble it
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of danger, evory discreet turkey will ! arrangements for the manufacture of a would require, keep us posted in all
Yellowston • up to communication with the Dried apples per ft
“ peaches “
! number of his patent gates. He prom- such incidents of everyday life occurr
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outside world, via. Buick Hills and Cl ey-
be fouud taking “auti fat.”
To prepare t.bles and seats—J.
1 ised to send us a communication, and ing in their neighborhood as may bd of
Hide«, each ...
Profs. L ekaj and W.llit 3 were in at
the Elen Lodge, I. O. G. T., for the
we have been anxiously looking for it interest to the public, aud they will at Brown Dr. Inlow and Job. Tozer.
The Tribune's London correspondent, Deer skins per lb
tendance at court last week, as wit : to arrive. His many friends here
I Table Committee—Mrs. Tozer, Mrs. current quarter: W. C. T., W. S.Goer; thinks a financial crash is impending in Soap, AsLlaud Factory per
'gland. The disTiist caused by the fail
nesses in the CammoDs case.
Russell, Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. Thornton, W II. II. S., Donna Colver; W. L. H. E
i would be glad to hear from him.
ure i f the G1 isg >w Bank still continues ami
hesitate for a moment, because
Tuere is talk of throwing a suspen
S., Jeremiah Kandle; W. V. T., Laura all the signs which generally precede a Wool per lb........................
I Mr. Cirlies Merritt representing the they have not the time to prepare a
Wool sacks, each................
great crash a^e observed.
sion bridge across that soft spot in the
T idings , will perhaps call upon a num finished or polished article Just send I Smith, Mr. Thornton, Mr. Baum and Barneburg; W. S , John Goer; W. A.
8idewalk up ou Maiu street.
S , E imona Cooper; W. F. S., Liura
Kearney has been telegraphed for by hi-
ber of our patrons during the ensuing us the facts and we shall bi satisfiid. Mr. Sayers.
from.....................$6.50 to $9
Franei-C’i friend«, win think be is need
Tae new city fathers of A«hl.inl, week for the purpose of effecting a set ¡
ed to pt event the Wo; king'.ten's party ot
propose 1 »oking after the c >nditi >n of tlemcnt of the old accounts, if possible.
A L ively S cene .—O u last Saturday,
To have charge of the bazaar—Mrs. Mathews: W. I G., Luella ShermaD; i intern il dissemims. They have s»*nt bim
the sidewalks, w j nnderstind.
We trust our friends will be prepared the streets of Ashland wore theappeir
W. O G., J. T. Cooper; W. C., N'e.tie | over three llio t-aml <1 »liars to come b >nr
Don’t Forget It-— If you are troub
and Miss Sarah Fox.
Very few eases of sickuess about for him, so that the business may be unco of a mining town in fl ish times, i
b »1 with in rvo.i'iie-s, are disheartened, tired
Tree Committee—Dr. Rival. C. Gil-
Ashland, excepting slight colds, which placed upon a mote satisfactory basis. when the town is too small for the bus
Goubl, D lloRusnell Satie p.r.d ollie s. of tile, fear death ®r feel out di sorts, as the
II. Smith, Mrs. Willitts, and Lodge Deputy, II Cooper. S quib .
*ny safely conclude that yotl
are expected al this tune of year.
rmed a corporation with a capit«l styl g is, y
The period has now arrived at which I
Russell, Kate Thornton,
| stock oi 85,000,0 1 to run a r.iilread betw< e » hive tiie Ih/pep-ii or Liver Complaint.
Mr. Harbaugh of Pnceaix, passed it is in order for the ’oldest inhabitant’
The liver is very apt to become torpid this
Rachel Applegate and Ireuo Chitwood. at Colver’s Hall on the eveuing of Dec. Georgetown ami Leadville o:i the southern se sou of the year, as poisons arising from
through town on Weluesday with a to discover that squirrels are laying lip teams,loading and unloiding. We coun
b nod try of Colorado, with the design of
Treasurer—W. V»’. Kentnor.
Gib, open to tue competition of all uliima'e y ext tiding it into New Me .ico stagnant water or decaying vegetation, ar£
fine drove of hogs for Fort Jones.
an unusual quantity of nuts, that the ted eighteen at one time. Most of them
more numerous, and aie, thiougli inhalation«
A short address will be delivered by spellers of Jackson county. It is pro and Arizona.
laken into the Ido »<]. L nle.s.s the liver is
Mr. J. K. Heknan u..a bis new house bones of tho goose Lave a peculiar for were large freighting Wagons—“moun
G?o. Nut ley.
posed to charge an admission fee of ten
Gre it preparations are being made in I strong aiul active and furnishes a supply of
nearly finished, and bis friends are mation, etc., and then tell us we may
Music by Prof. J. Q Willits and as- cents, tho proceeds to be used in pay Cana l i for the recep'iou of ti e new Gover fresh and pui<- blood to drive ont the i>.*’»iir’/
den — which had jiet arrived from
nor Ge-.eral, Miiqui* of Lome, and h'«
wondering when tie happy event is to look for as cold a winter as has occurred
the above iiientioned symptoms aie
ing expenses of hall aud light, and the lady The day of their airival is to be a . ■ ies,
Reading, loaded with merchandise for sisiants.
u e to follow, and if n »t hoe led, may end
within bis memory. Speak up Old
Special arrangements made with His balance to be divided among the best public holiday, ami elaboiate b irges have in i.mre teriiole diseases and death. White's
the various business houses here, and
W. J Cieland, of Yreka, an old stu Iuhab.
spellers—giving dictionaries, graded as ■ been built for the purpose of landing ItiOm I’rairie Flower proves itself she Great Liver
the immense piles of boxes,barrels and Majesty, Santa Clans, to bo present.
I from the sh:p.
I’a ;nc«a. Its action on the liver is d fTuretit
dent of tho Ashland Academy, bis re-
E ntertainment —M usical and L t bales which soon b°gan to loom up on
the committee may decide. The com
fiom any medicine ever co npounded. Itl
^jrned to prosecute bis studies during e » ary .—The young people of Ashland the sidewalks in front of the stores
mittee may be chosen by a majority of ported by dealers in Uni.ed S ales socu”iib•.« cures are truly wonde’fill. Try it. Prices
are moving iu the direction of a first- gave evidence of the thriving trade of
the competitors before the contest be th it since the r suits of the elections be twen'y five cents and seventy-five ceU's. For
a'e by Cninvcon A A ikiason .
W. Honaker, E«q , of Linkville, and class ent-rtainment to be given in the our little town. Mr Riggs, taking ad the following items under date of Nov. gins, and will uct as umpires. It is [ came known lli* demand for Goveinm nt
J. P. Roberts, from Bonanzi, made a M E. Chnrch, some evening in the vantage of the fine weather, took his 14th:
requested that the uarnos of the spell purchasers declaring tliit the de'eit of the
'I’licy till talie It.— W1 en tiie system
A full programme of camera to the hill above the flour mill,
business trip to Ashland and Jackson near future
Wm. Q. Brown started for Jackson ers be given to the clerk early in the | Gieenback movement has assured an b ¡n- is run Coan to that extent that you piss
ejdess night«, are nervous and irritable,
I and secured a photograph of the scene. ville on Tuesday's stage.
exercises will appear in due time.
evening,or before, 60 that a list may be »■st payment ot Government securities ac- si»
ville last week.
have g ouiny fo;cboding<, «our stomach,sicii
cording to coti-ract.
lieidache and coated tongue, <16 not enioil
Bad colds are all the rage, and Dr. furnished each member ot the com
We are indebted to Mr. Hurst for a
T hanksgiving S ermon .—The people
yourself as high private in the rear rank
beautiful bunch of chrysanthemums — of Ashland are invited to unite in the
James Spence is doing a good busi
under General Belli i'y, but clie T up and
be used, the lesson commencing on
those last but not least beaut**ul flow religious observance of the day ap meeting of Klamath Lodge, I. O. G. T., U«M.
try White’s Prairie Flo ver, the Gre it Liver
Panacea, no a - for sale in every city and
Ara of the season.
A 3gbt occurred at Althouse a few
pointed for thauksgiving (Thursday, lowing officers were duly installed by
town on the Continent No medicine ever
match proves successful and satisfac Mills.
The Ashland woolen mill is now kept the 28th inst.) Services to be conduct
Result, scratched faces
compounded, is half the equal for the cur«
R- P. Flynn, L. D : Herman Wendling
tory, we may at another time take the
running every uigLt until nine o’clock, ed in the Presbyterian church, at 10 a
and two or three black eyes.
At the Pioneer Store may bo found a of DYSPEPSIA and Lt VLB CO «PLAINT.
W. C. T.; Cnarles Woodward, W. V.
balance of the book for another lessoD.
It ha« a specific po.vcr over the liver, nnd
in order to fill the mmy orders which m „ by Rev. W. T. Chapmin, of the M.
complete assortment of the latest styles by curing he liver, Dyspepsia aud ail other
The Althouse Lodge, No. 32, I. 0.
T.; Frank Miller, W. Sec : Wui.
are waiting ahead.
of dry goods, fresh groceries, etc. A d'se.ise.« arising from it, vanish as if by
Roach, W. F. Seo*; Miss Rosetta G. T., is iu a flourishing condition,
m igic. Sample b'.ttlei arc s»4 I at the
large invoice received last Saturday.
having a membership of forty five. It
Mr. E. A. B iick, formerly a resident
pr.ee of 25 cents, that will Convince you ot
N ew T eacher —The talented young Loosely, W. T.; Edward Parker, W. M;
Jacksonville has six doctors.
was organized on the 19th of M ly last,
of A'Lland, started a few days since for
Mr. J. D. Fountain is now ready, its merits. L uge size bottles, 75 cents; for
artist, Miss Luella McBride, has taken
CiiiTWoon & A tkinson .-
and has already been of great benefit
the Sandwich Islands, in hope of im
Roseburg is to have etreet lamps.
with an increased stock of goods to sale by
charge of the classes in painting and W. O G.; Wm. Schaffner, W. I. G.; to our little town.
proving his health.
The Odd Fellows are building a hall suit customers with bargains in every
drawing at the Ashland Academy. Robert C dtrell, W. R. H. 3.; Fred
branch of bis business. Give him a
at Eagle Point.
Mr. Houck proposes to da some fine The addition of these brauches to the Zinchenbaek, W. L. H. S.; Rev. Thus.
farming ou the Smith place, and says wide ranire of studies already pnrwed Olsen, W. Chap.; John F. Loosely, short time ago. Mrs. Hinton Miller
Seven widows were married within
T heir O wn I mportation .— McCall
he will make it the model farm of the in this popular academy makes it one P. W. C. T ; Reports from the con
ten days at Salem, recently.
were thrown from a wagon, sustaining
have just received a large invoice
valley io three years.
of the finest and most complete educa
The Seventh Day Adventists have
severe injuries, bat hopes are enter
tea in oue pound and half-
The weather report, which appears iu tional institutions in the country.
organized a church at Eugene City.
were taken away by the recent removal
pound papers and fancy boxes, their
enr columns this issue, will hereafter
Tho Y’reka Union came out with but own importation direct from Japan.
I n D emand .—The demand for oord- of the military campany stationed there,
J eems V erdancy .
"be fnroisbrd us semi-rronthly by Mr.
a half sheet last week, from lack of pa
wood iu Ashland is quite, brisk now the loss in number will so^n be made
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
An invoice of new goods just received
H. C. Hill of this place.
John Holton, who lias been hauling up by the addition of new members.
Oae is inclined to donbt that there from ‘ Ola Jimmy Gulch,” tells ns he
They have a social-lino telegraph in Store, of Farlow & Inlow,
M urphy , N ov . 9th, 1878.
.1« 1 y
is no titled aristocracy in America,after cannot fill orders as fast as they are
Cinyonvillo, connecting eeveu or eight choicest brands of tobacco an 1 cigars,
P risonfr E scaped . —A prisoner nam E ditor T idings :
a gl tnce at the array of Captains in given. The T idings office is on the ed Linge.from Scott Valley, Cil., who
The apple crop was larger than houses.
fresh and fragraut, are uow on baud.
our ‘‘personals’’ this week.
last stick, and if a few subscribers was awaiting trial under two indict usual, many bushels still remaining in
Tiie Eugene City Gua'd says game is
For stoves, hardware, tinware, line
Mr J. P. Roberts, of tho firm of would pay up in that coin, we should incuts for forgery, escaped from the tho orchards awaitiug purchasers at a abundant in its neighborhood—euchre
bo much gratified.
cutlery, crockery, glasswaro, etc. You
H.mdy A Robert«, of Bonanza, Lake
Yreka jail last S iturday night, aud is short bit per bushel.
can make tho best of bargains At Rees
counCy, was in towr. last week, after
W elcome R ain —The gentle rain of 6tili at large. He managed to saw one
Weather still very fine—enough rain
Burglars made an unsuccessful at er’s store, where may be found, also,
snpp lies for Lis fl mrisking trade.
last week was worth many dollars to of the iron bars of Lis cell window in to start tho grass. Some plowing and
tempt to enter tho store of Sheridan a full stock of dry goods, groceries,
Within a short time, the T idings of our farmers. Itwasjast the kind ta two with an old rusty ease knife, and some sowing is beiDg done. Closner,
Bros., in Riseburg last week.
let himself out snake fashion. Sheriff
fice is to be moved to the second story satisfy their needs, coming down so Laird arrived in A’bland Tuesday of Jeromo Prairie, has 45 acres of
The Catholic Church at Eogle Point
Notice tho new ad. of Dr. Chitwood,
of tbe fine new building on Main quietly that scarcely a drop ran off uight. on the look-out for him, having
another coltMfm. The Ductor has
street, adjoining the harness ehop.
received a dispatch Irom some one to
the soil for the plow.
Considerable the effect that tie had b»eu seen at up th is fall, the finest being a dwelling Father Blanchet on the 1st prox.
just received a large invoice of goods,
Whv don't some of the bold Nimrods sod will now bo turned over, which else
h »use on Missouri Flat, built by Mr.
ip W'.tli the P. of II. C >., and with
I breakfast in one o’ the hotels here that
among which are such fascinating toys
•vj <lesi»e all having ae< <»'int« wi b
here about lock after that little matter might havo been left till spring.
morning; but this, it seems, was a mis Iraukliu for nis owu occupancy. It is
y4tl and sei'le tbe same wi'li cash ,
a really flue structure, and a credit io cellent place for another lawyer — pro for the holiday trade as fairly set the
of a 8115 bounty that may be had for
ji’or note . l‘l’-a-e attc-n'l to it at one»,-
B all at L inkville —The Linkville take, anil the sheriff found no traces ot the neighborhood and the builder. J idod he is anxious to starve to death. children wild.
panther scalps at the Pioneer Store.
him. The prisoner is deeribed as fol-
must clcse our o’d buo'es.
Ball A-sociation will give a social lows: He is a ‘‘Pennsylvania Dutch- Hays, C. B. (chimney builder) has Court docket light.
Religions services next Sunday are as
W agne i a ANI.hB.SOX.
dancing party in the new Good Tem man,” about five feet, two inches in been doing considerable work in bis
follows; In tbe Presbyterian Church,
The Sentinel says Henry York, of
--Twenty five 1 irge size l’.’if ime 1 Chro-
Sunday school at 9:30; preaching at 11. plar’s Hill, of that place, on tho even bight, and wrigbs at least 200 pounds; line this fail.
offers to bet $5.0 that lie
■nio Mott»» Card«, no two alike, with name in
In the school hnnse, Sunday school at ing of the 20th inst. Preparations are
g l<l, postpaid t» n c uts. Address G. B.
Prof. Knox and his wife bars gone can raise 500 bushels of corn on ten
being made for a gr.i* d time, and from prominent ‘cheek bones, scar on one
3; preaching at 7.
LiteIdiell,Littbfield. III. I’leise «¡at.. «lnl
acre« of his land at that place.
the character of those h ivin r the aff tir
you saw iLi- adverti>ment in. [ 16ly
cently returned from the mountains
Capt. J. M. McCall and his genial in charge, we feel safe in predicting
a he left tho jail wore a short mustache, with his sheep, which he is now keep
partner, Mr. Baum, will always be most enjoyable evening for all who and tlir e or four weeks’ growth of
Cheap Wood.— J din Cbaodta I m «
found ready to satisfy their customers tnay attend. A splendid supper will heavy beard A liberal reward is of ing at home. His wife lecently closed which several young ladies of that
-t-r. IF- a . a biz lot of goo 1 stove wo >d, iu his saw mill,
her school. If they do not succeed in placo have beeu visiting.
•onrtll-, Nov. which he «ill dispose of tor the trifl nz «urn
with excellent goods and low prices at be served iu the lower hall of the same fered for his recoverv.
im E l >brs P 11
life it will be because some calamity
oi $1 per load. Avail yotl'Selves of this
the A-hland brick store.
befalls them, for th y are ceitaiuly de raided by tho police the other day.
Weal lier Reperì,
chance t > proem e y. ttr stove wco 1 ai such
Judge Hanna is complimented by th
serving of success.
bed rock rates.
Tho remains of Thoe. Dixon, who
L ett O ver .—It was with regret that
AT 6 A M.
members of the Jackson county tear
Preparations are about complete for
we were compelled to postpone until
. NOTICIl.— \11 persons indebted toB.
upon the gble manner in which he con
winter mining campaign.
Our Mountain, last summer, are to be
IN thè Trobste Caurt, f >r •
I’. Ro*ser, e«peeiilly by notes and b|!|« of
dotted the basicess of tbe court upon next week's issue, the publication of a
[ SUte of Oregox
miners have spared no pains to have brought to Risebnrg for interment.
c <y of T. ,ke, and
o ig standmg. are nodfi d t » settle up
assuming the * *es of bis new posi very interesting sketch under the head
’ In rii» ma-ter of tbe es-
everything iu apple pie orJ»-r when the
itely and save costs. B I , R xe - e ;
of “Southern Oregon History,” which
Roseburg is improving rapidly, A , cei« 1.
oi-'v of applicali ai
rains come; and let us hope they will
I Jm’.uts' o-.mr f.r
came too late for insertion in tLi-»
JIi«st Received Wigner A Andcr- '
take out a qua.t or two apiece. number of irew buildings are being
Capt. O. C. Applegate, who holds number. It was contributed by a gen
TO Ahi. *”
n)> ■>- to te -t;u.
s»n havej'Ht receive I n lot ot farming ma- '
They are still hard ut work on the erected, and a ou-mber of manufactur ■N°V. cei
’ »■OS CKHN.
tbe position of clerk of the Klamath tleman who is thoroughly posted, from
Cii’ cry, w ..¡ch will be excli thged for wheat *
bereby pirea, ’V*
Indian Reservation, left his home in personal recollection, in the stirring
far Ite cohuí y .f orcash.
plegate, but it will be sometime be ing .establishmentis are about to bo put
.ai ofthe Prnb’te ( '
Ashlaud for tho scene of bis official events of the early times, and who will
T..1 «ry, Afliiitrt-'r»
in operation. Of these, wo may me-
.»e, Snhe <»f Oregon1. I, W . ,
i toc of thè e?U'e of John G. eia. k, <1--e«iise»i, « ib « >.
duties, which will keep him iu the wild perhaps, furnish us a number of inter
[ Se. ton id Court for t erait
tu ■ r<-«s-;u ray j osaioc
woods all winter.
. oMfct. 1S7S.
Gire » under mx h.oi t ile 2S.1» dir
W. T. " L owky .