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TIDINGS. worthless rugs in the morning; and i d<* time, conridering ths rapidity
depress labor till double work shall with which the t ml»rr growth of this
DECOMBER 6, 1878.
1! trv is being swept sway, units»
earn but half a living—give them co
—J T THE—
1' gislat ion is tn acted to arrest this in-
THE FOOR MAN'S WORST ENE
MIES AS WEBSTER SA IK THEM. them the consummation of their heearnettly renews bis recommenda ASHLAND DRUG STORE,
Enemies to the lion for the pussage of a bill, already
introduced in congress at bis surges
[Fr< tn the I’oetcn Herald.]
whole country, to all classes, and tion, which provides that all timber
The largest stock of
At this time, when public agi* to every man in it, they deserve to bearing lands, cbhflv valuable for the
upon them, shall be withdrawn
fators and demagogues, sowing be marked especially as the poor timber
DRUGS. MEDICINES, HOLI
from sale or other disposition under
broadcast through the land their lean’s curse.”
existing laws, to 1 e sold by govern
DAY GOODS, ETC., ’
ment with a view to preventing indis
communistic speeches and inflam
- Enr received'in A^hlrnd—
criminate destruction ard waste and tn
matory circulars, are appealing to
the preservation of young timber and
No one acquainted with the reproduction of the forests. The bill
the worst passions of humanity,]
A FULL LINE OF
when the effort to array the poor true condition ol Indian affairs in provides ample means by which set
against the rich is so persistent the eastern portion of Oregon
timber and firewood to supply Stationary,
and undisguised, the words of Washington Territory supposed procure
- A N D -
their wants, with or withont sale, at
America’s greatest statesmen,Dan that the termination of th»* recent minimum rates. It also provides for
iel Webster, spoken in the Senate struggle was the beginning of a tire sele of timber at reasonable prices
for manufacturing purposes and for
in 1S34, are wonderfully appropri period of long continued peace. : export,
and f >r the appointment of a
ate, and seem almost to have been This is rendered impossible by number of officers to execute its pro I d great variety atxl of new awl virious daa'.gns.
inspired by the spirit of prophecy: the existence of disturbing ele visions under the direction of the in
“Sir, there is a topic which I ments which it is beyond the pow terior department.
-F_r medici pnrjoaes-
perceive is to become the general er of man to remove while the In Secretary Scliuizon Indian Af-
war-cry of party, on which I tike dians remain and the whites con
the liberty to warn the country
I d his general report, the Secretary
against delusion. Sir, the cry is the settlement of nearly every of the Interior makes the following
to be raised that this is a question section of America abounds in recommendations concerning Indian
between the poor and rich. I hear records ot struggles between the affairs:
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, GLASS,
it boasted as the unfailing security, advancing power of the whites
First, an entirely Fatiafactory state
the solid ground, never to be shak and the desperate, doomed aborig- of thing can L» bronght about only
BRUSHES, ETC., ETC
en, on which recent measures rest, inees, and wherever these oppos nnder circumMances which am not. an"«
be nnder the control of the In
that the poor naturally hate the ing elements are brought into con- , cannot
If recurrence of CANDIES, NUTS amp FINE CONFECTIONS
licit. ‘The natural hatred of the tact, there will be blood-shed ami ! tronb’e h to be avoided th» appropria
poor against the rich i’ ‘The dan misery, until the Indians are com tions mad» by conore« for the support
ger of a moneyed aristocracy !’ ‘A pletely subjugated or utterly ex of the Indians who ara not. self-sup
Carefally cua>pou>!»l of the flosst drug«.
porting must *'e liberal enough to be
power as great and dangerous as
snffi-»ent for the purpose, and they
AVING BOUGHT THE INTEREST OF W.
that resisted by the Revolution !’ Indian uprising was brought must be made earlv enough in the year H H. Atkin*-ti to i be A musd Davo Sro**, I
wont 1 re»i ec fully »»licit i o>.nli>u nee of th* p* rou
‘A call to a new declaration of in about, it has left wounds on both to render the purchase and delivery of age
w ten ha. been so liberally extended to the pro
supplies possible before the old prie o'* la the putt.
dependence !’ Sir, I admonish the sides which are still unhealetl. new
DR. J. H. CHITWOOD.
snnpli’S are exhausted
people against the object of out The honest,industrious settler saw
Second, the Indian ««rvice should
cries like these ! I admonish ev his property destroyed, and his havo at its diepo’al eufli<'ient funds, tn
George T. Baldwin,
ery industrious laborerin the coun family or friends murdered by In be nsefl with proper accountability, at
try to be on his guard against such dians whom he bad always used
Third, citizens or the western state*
— Dea'er it—
delusions. I tell him the attempt well, and in whom he had placed nnd territories must 1 e made to under
The In stand that if the Indians cess» tn be
is to play off his passions against confidence and trust.
paupers and vagabonds,
his interests, and to prevail on dians of friendly tribes, who have tronblesomo
thpy must, have lands, etc., f'»r sericul STOVES, TIN AliD HARDWARE.
him, in the name of liberty; in the supposed themselves secure under ture and pasturage; that on such lands
name of patriotism, to injure and the assurance of protection given they must he permitted to reside and
afflet hi? country, and in the name by the Government, have seen establish permanent homes, and that
IJNKV1LLE, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON.
such results cannot be attained if the
of his own independence, to some of their number killed by the white people insist upon taking from
make him a beggar and a slave. whites without any form of trial, th»m bv force or trickery everv acre of
It ground that is good for anything
Has he a dollar ? He is advised since hostilities have ceased.
The first two things can bn accom
to do that which will distroy half may be that the Indians deserved plished
ALWAYS OX BAND, A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
by appropriate nation on the
its value. Has he hands to labor? hanging; but it is not impossible part nf concress. Difficulties growing
Let him rather fold them and sit that some of them were entirely in out, of continually reported encroach
still, than be pushed on, by fraud nocent. In the latter case, the ments by white people on the rights of
LOCKS, SCREWS. SAWS,
Indians may he lessened bv the most
and artifice, to support measures
energetic enforcement, of the law on
which will render his labor useless whites is sure to follow, and again tbo part of the general and local gov
the innocent will sutler. Difficul ernments.
HAY FORKS, KNIVES, SHOVELS.
To this cd A it seem* desirable that
Sir, the very man of all others
southwestern tribes, whose present res HATCHETS, TABLE AND POCKET
who ha* the deepest interest in a wisdom now is to take measures ervations appear insecure or otherwise
CUTLERY OF ALL KINDS.
sound currency, and who suffer? for the protection of those who are unsuitable for their permanent settle
Whether the In ment. should be gradually removed to
most by mischevious legislation in endangered.
the Indian territory. The northwest
money matters, is the man who Indian bureau be under the con ern tribe« will in the course of time,
earns his daily bread by his daily trol of the War or Interior De have to be concentrated in a similar
HAZARD & DUPONT’S
toil. A depreciated currency,sud partment of the Government,more manner on a few reservations pa«t nf
Rocky mountains aDd on the Pacif-
den changes of prices, paper mon troops are needed upon the bor the
Rifle, Eagle, Duck an<l Diamond grain
ey falling between morning and der; and to show more respect for
In regard to the outbreak of Ban Power.
noon, and tailing still lower be the majesty of law and justice is nocks last spring, the secretary says;
It must be admitted tbev Were insuf
tween noon and night — these the policy of the whites.
ficiently supplied with food, which,
things constitute the very harvest
however, was ow'ng to the appropria
TIME EC. LANDS.
CAPS, WADS, SHOT, ETC., ETC.
time of speculators, and of the
tion by congress being utterly inade
quate to their wants. The money
whole race of those who are at
In his recent report, the Secre available for feeding them amounted
once idle and crafty; and of that tary of the Interior expresses the onl» to less than four «and a half c»nt«
race, too,the Cat ¡lines of all times, opinion that the acts passed by per bead per clay. This created discon
marked so as to be known forever Congress last winter for the pur tentment among them. When the
A LARGE VARIETY
by one stroke of the historians pose of prtventii g depredations murder of a white man wac committed
by an Indian, the Indian was arrested,
pen, those greedy of other men’s upon the timber of government tried and hung. The discontent grew
property, and prodigal of their lands, are more calculated to hast into excitement. A military detach
own. Capitalists too, may outlive en than retard the destruction of ment attempted to disatm them but
with only partjal success, and finally Tinware and Sheet-ironware, both pre sed
They may either forests. The object of the act an
on'bresk took place
prey un the earnings of labor, by was to prevent the thieving of i As regards the outbreak of 300 North and seanie 1.
their cent per cent., or they may lumbermen and at the same time i ern Cbevenne« the secretary enrobo-
But the laboring man, allow actual settlers and miners to | rates statements heretrfnre made bv
the commi«sioner of Indian affairs in a
what can he hoard ? Preying on use all the timb r required for do- • .special report, on this subject, showing
nobody, he becomes the prey of mestic and mining purposes. The . that it. was not caused by hunger or bv
all. Ilis prosperity is in his hands. secretary quotes from the commis- ■ an» neglect on the part of government STOVE GRATES
to furnish them supnli’s ao
His reliance, his fund, his pro sionerof the general land office to officials
cording to the treaty,- but on the con
ETC., ET L
ductive freehold, his all, is his la show that the law allows lumber trary thev received smrle supplies,
bor. Whether he work on his men to use agents and purchase ■ more than they were entitled to.
own small capital or another’s, his valuable timber land from the Drowned in -♦ tlic
JENSEN & IrFLAND,
living is still earned by his indus government for «almost nothing,
(Or»gonl.in November 27.]
try. And, when the money of the and that the machinery of the land
country becomes depreciated, office is wholly inadequate to pre
Another victim of strong drink lies
whether it be adulterated coin or vent deprepation. We quote from dead to day at th» bottom of the Wil
river; another poor fe’low. bin
paper without credit, that indus the report as published in the Ore Inmette
shipmate nnd friend, and the compan
try is rubbed nf its reward. He gonian:
ion of hi« fatal enron«al. lie* mnngled
nnd bleeding at St. Vincent’s Hn«nitnl.
then labors for a country whose
night abont ten o’clock. Robt. TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY
laws cheat him out of his bread.
J. M. McCall.
—ARE NOW MAKING -
A e h I. ?.. a ç[
Main Street, Ashland,
W°ui j D announce to the p< op’e of Jaek- I
sun and Lake counties that they havo com
BOOT & SHOE STORE
meitced receiving their new Fall Stock, and
THE VERY BEST f ATIVE WOOL
that every day will witness additions to the
argest 6tock of
THANKS TO THE IUBL10
“Grow With the Place.”
HE IS IN FAVOR OF THOSE WHO
WEAR GOOD BOOTS AND
Ever brought to this mat ket. They desire to
gins on th-:
say to every reader of this paper, that,
Matonaie of nil kind*, .neb as
STANDARD GOODS SO.D AT THE
Aid anjthing else thi'. the public mty require.
And all woik gotten up in the
LOWET. MARKET PRICE.
VERY BEST STYLE.
OLD AND NEW.—
in the ache
now at the
/¡.WAYS ON HAND,
Will do it, they propcse to do the Urges
J. Q. L atta
(J. il. 11AKGAMNE,
business this fall and winter, ever
done by them in the last five
Are invited to Fend in their orders
and are assured that they shall
receive prompt attention at
prices that defy competition.
years, and that they can
positively make it to
the advantage of every one
to call upon them in Ashlar d
and te4 the truth of their assertions
They will spare no pains to maintain, more
Hargadine & Latta,
Mr. G ai
"XTTOULD announce to the people of
VV Goose L»ke t alley and vicinity, that
they are re.t-iving at the
fine new t
of Lak» c
One do-r fouth of ti o U. F.Land Office,
A FULL ASSORTMI NT OF
hottBe, as the acknow ledged
AV. II. ATKINSON
Authorized Agent for me, ha« full pow
er to transact any and all buBinesb
connected with the
L.a.ko View Stese®
fully than ever, the reputation of their
use in a *
The larg. st and best selected stock ever
offered to the people oi Eastern Oregon.
ASHLAND WOOLEN MILLS.
Selling off Cheap
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
Staple and Fa cy Goods
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY.
Groceries, Hardware, Gloth-
Paints and Oils,
«ng, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS AND WADS OF THE
Millinery and Dress Goods.
BEST STANDARD BRANDS
Crockery, Glass and Tin-
Ware, Shawls, Wrap-
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots
term of c
day s ?
Of Every Variety.
stage st i
And, in fact, everything required for the
Of all Kinds and Discription,
sonvill 5 I
Candies a.n< àiiits®
SOUTHERN AND SOUTH-EASTERN
Cigars and Tobacco.
STOVES, TINWARE, HARDWARE,
A LARGE STOCK OF
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE.
BACON, BEANS. DRIED FRUIT. COFFEE, SU
GAR R’CE. TEAM, SALMON, SAIL
DINES, OYSTER* HAD-
EARAi VS. CANDI ES, SPICE-t, FLA
VORING IX TRACTS, PA i EN T MEDICINES Etc.
PAINTS CILS ANO G lass
it will b
SHIRTS and CASSIMERES,
L ard C ans .......... 15. D ollars per. 100.
W ater B uckets .......................50 cents.
Winchester Repeating Rifles from
V ER\ THING in our lino kept constan
ly on band and sold at the
Lowest Living Rates.
Come and see Us.
R a! t
for the i
A F. SQUIRES,
J. R. BURK
FURNITURE, «SASH, BLIND,
DOOR AND MOULD
FLOUR, FEED &c,
ten Is b
in the it
Ashland Factory Goods.
A FULL LINE OF
are a p
A C omplete L ine O f
Cheaper than any other House
McCallister and William AnrUrnon.
Next do >r to the Fo-t office —
• For their Liberal Patronage, which h*
cepls as testimony their appre
ciation His purpose is to
fully concur with the commis8ioner
I would say to every owner of ev of I the
general land officer in hi« opin seamen of the British v»«*»l Thoma*
ery quarter section of land in the ion. R»f»rring to measures taken by • S. Stowe. now ly’ng nt Flandry*’ dock
West; I would say to every man th» department for suppression of tim- j in this citv. while daz’d with liqnor
to go on board their vessel,
Extra Boston Syrup,
in the East who follows his own ’ erdepreda i ins np< n government lands ! attempted
be saya it waa to be expected that they which was connected with the lower
plough, and to every mechanic,ar w »uld meet with stubborn opposition i floor of the dock. Bv mistake they
tisan, and laborer in every city in on the part of lumbermen and others ! went on the upper dock, nnd were
the country; I would say to every directly or indirectly interested in I walking ont or a nlank connecting it
Here and there j with the Prince Rudolph when they
man, everywhere, who w’ishes by »be proceedings of a special agent of ; saw
their mistake. They stopped here
honest means to gain an honest the department were complained of a* > and were talking abont the matter,
living,‘Beware of wolves in sheep’s oppressive and otherwise improper, when they got into a drnnken quarrel
B. F. REESER.
senffl». McAllister fell from the
clothing !’ Whoever attempts; un and iu every instance careful inquiries and
Eggs and Butter.
into the facts were instituted. Sncb plank, and catching Anderson by the
Asbla nd, Oreg. Nov. 15, 1878 tf,
der whatever popular cry, to shake inqu’riia resnlted almost nniformly in leg pulled him from the plank also.
the, stability ofthe public curren- the vindication of ageDts employed. I The distance tn the water was abont
cyjbring distress in money mat- When it wa-i found that private pro thirtv feet. McAllister strnek the side
pert.v bad been seized together with of the ship in the descer-t, and was so
terF, and drive the country into timber
FOR THE INFORMATION OF
unlawfully taken from public . stunned as to he unable to gra«p a rone
thé use of paper money [What lands, or w-tb lumber manu'actuted which was cast to lum a moment later
would be said of fiat money ?j from them, which was sometimes tin He strngcled a moment. then park and DEALERS AND CONSUMERS,
was drowned. Anderson in falling
stabs your interest and your hap avoidable, prompt restitution was or struck
the ship twice, and finally
dered. Complaint was made that onr I
THEY WILL SAY THAT
piness to the heart.’
effort* to arrest wanton destruction of ■ caught by one foot between the ship’s
‘•The herd of hungry wolves forrs'sin some of the monntainons side and a fender, his bead arid shoul
WE WILL CONTINUE TO PURCHASE WHEAT
who live on other men’s earnings territory of tbo northwest had inflicted ders reaching into the water. He was THEY KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
hardships upon settlers there. scon extricated and taken on board his
will rejoice in such a state of great
Rut there is information in the po seas ▼esspl. where it was found bv Dr. H.
A LARGE SUPPLY
thipgs. A system which absorbs ion of the department showing that no E Jones, who was immediately called,
into their pockets the fruits of Buch hardship« resulted from the mea* fl at bis thigh was dislocated «nd his
KIND OF THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE,
head dangeron-ly bruised He was OF EVERY
other men’s industry, is the very ure* taken: that the price of fire wood sent
the same.- that Bettiers were
system for them. A government remained
And Will Deliver
not hindered in providing for tbeir now is. It was painful to wi»np*s the
îhat produces or countenances un actual necessities and that the m»a«- i1 sorrow of the wonr.ded man when told
the death of his mate. Hi’ heavy
certainty, fluctuations, violent nras of the department were directed of
sobs, and cri»s of "poor, ronr Boh.” a<
risings and fallings in prices, and
made nn unlawful taking nnd selling he lay on the vessel’« deck himself
finally paper money, is a govern of timber from pnt»:ic lands in largo brrised and bleeding, bronffht »ear« tn
ment exactly after their own quantities a regular bn«iness and eyes unused to wren. McAllister’s
ANYWHERE IN TOWN, AT
heart. Hence these men are al «onree of profit to themselves. We body Ins not yet been found.
close onr ptcs to the fact that
ways for change. They will never cannot
How W ealth ts U sed — One of th»
anvthing like complete success in sun
let) very well alone. A condition of i pressing unlawful practices is impn««i healthvst signs of tl.e *im»*« is the dis AND DISPOSE OF THEM
pbblie atiairs in width property is ble unless the ♦ Aorta ma'te bv this position which is manifested hr the
peop’e generally to invest in United
safe, industiy certain of its reward, department for the protection of the States
The subscriptions to
Wagner & Anderson.
public property meet with bear*v on
atul every man secure in his hard- operation nn the part of the legislative th» four per cent aro quite steady,
[V ol . J, o. 11-TF.
earned gains, is no paradise for Branch of the government. Actual ex being on an average r:9ing a million TUAN THEY CAN BE PROCURED ELSE
them. Give them just the reverse perience enables me to sav tha* the dollars per day. People are beginning
S. O. C. WIMKB
realize that when a dollar is earned
of this state of things; bring on want of t-uch co operation has been nn 1 to
WIMER & WELLS.
AND FURNISH A FIRST-CLASS ARTICLE
will always ba an enconrag» ment to it had be*t be taken care of. Of what
change, and change after change; depredators
to p« r»i*t in their lawless advantage is it to a person to place his
bet it not be known to-day what operations and to defy the authorities money where he has the promise of a
Flouring mills, saw nulls, quarts mills,
return and may lose it all? We
will be the value of property to Th» seentsry «xpresseshis op:nion large
all kinds of mill machinery put up to
di«ns!rons < onr-fqnences
morrow. Let no man be able to ;hnt
order in the very beet style. All work war
which always follow ilie destruction of nearly everybody is to invest their
ranted. Satisfaction guaranteed. Addrew
say whether the money in his »tie forests of * c< untry will come earnings in Uuited Stabs Bonds: — »*?.
I either, or both, at Ashland, Oregon. [29tf.
I F. Commercial Advocate.
pockets at night will be money ot up« n us iu a comparatively Bhort per-
— OF Till —
J. M. Me Call & Co.,
MARSH & CO.
Always on hand and for sale at lowest prices
^SB’The highest market prices paid for'SCÇ
WHEAT — OATS— BARLEY— BACON
All kinds of Planing, Moulding,
Turning, Circular and
Furniture and Ornamental
Carving, Etc. Done
---- AND LARD----
^'Furniture. Sash. Doors. Blinds and
Moulding constanflv on band
and made to order.
J. M. McCALL A CO,
We will contract to design and erect
kincs of buildings.
When desirable to
those employing ns, we will fnrnisb all the
ma'erial r< quired for the construction of
any building ready for occupany. [n«19lf
MARSH & CO.
of an e*
s u rutne