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GRAND BALL !
The steimboats, McMinville and
A few days ago, in a single district
Lik; County News.
A large whito bat has been lying ou
Traveler, collided on the Willamette of Macedonia, the Turks s icked 12 000
j the street in a very tempting position
[From the s«a:e TAcc Herald.]
[From ttc Sei
near Oregon City, last Friday, during bouses and massacred their inmates,
I Kt DAY ................. ................ ...DECEMBER 6 1878.
for several days, and it is whispered
a denso fog. The McMinvillo was cut without regard to ago or sex. And yet
Since onr last report the foil wing trans
The roads are good.
A grand ball will be given at
below the water lino, and sprang a Turkey’s firmest ally is Christian Eug-
LikeA’tew has no butcher.
leak, but will be repaired at little ¡and, that has recently commenced
- MILLER'S HALL-
looking for boots with box toes, having the Co inly Clerk’s oTtce:
AT 6 A. M.
forcing opium upon the Japanese as
W.llow Rauch is to have a black cost.
damaged tha fine boot with tho“durned
Jas. M D
«11 to CetUenniil mining Com
FfciB' T EV KX’.SG, D ecxmevs 27 b, »78;
The dam across Clear creek, at the she has long forced it upon China.—
pany, his iiit-rert in rail mining. C««nsil- smith shop.
2*uvenJjer. 1 i h *rm »in-t« r.
A dramatic association has been salmon hatching houso at Clackamas,
eoitio», $30 h
Charlei B XVright, President o' the i
broke the other day, and a million and
We were misinformed in regard to
Four F. S. D.t n's w<*re rec««rdelf»r formed at Aituras.
Not them Pacific Railroad, disclaims in I XV1ÌI ba rervad st »he A«hLiâ R. eta¬ —A cor
......... _ Al. -
the town an 1 county paying for the ex Wi.b >r c Bee*in.
di d ¡LViUtiua ie exteided to ait
Irtko X’iew boasts one of the best in the Clackamas for their supply of New Y'ork paper tha intention of the '
of the bridge in front of tho
e Ticket« ¡’.Dclud.ng »nppert.........................
Mjfl: wii) bs fumbled by Meirr». R om « w ,
Duvisville is to have a baby show •is likely to take them away.
Tha company considers itself able to
i f * jxr-
that ho is doing the work himself, tho
Siml. Colver to XV. Be son, two lota in
X oork «cl L og vr.
bail l tho roa»l with its own resources
Jnring the holidays.
Wrl.BORN H «ASOW* I
Tho main shaft in the weaving room and the land grant made. They seak
P.rssru Auront», ' MiO'gerS.
N. 8. XI rsh ill to Mr*. B. F. Myer, lot in
Mr. 11 ibert Tandy, who has been of the Oregon City wooleu mil's broke only a limited guarantee against con
few prices of old timbers for sleeper*.
AV m . MaYriELu, ’
A-hlm«l. Consul ratio i, $900.
a short time since, with disisteron re fi scat ion.
very ill, is recovering.
The Yreka Union says:
J. N. Kennedy to XX'iii. lIofTtuan, 168 I R )bnet A Snelling’s saw mill h is sults to the machin -ry, much of which
The First Ndional Bank of New
was it.jnred before tho mill Could be
bought by the Stage Company are uow acres 1 in I in Willow Springs precinct Con
wiuld w.y to his frteu«5s to* J;ck-
closed down for the teason.
stopped. A week’s repairs, however,
quartered on top of Scott mountain si*ler.i io:», $ 1.0 )0.
tad Yreka that fits. inability,
J. S. Watts La* been appointed a suffi !ed to make everything belter thau i day of election. Thus, as the assail- to ill) ttn Ir j.n»t'ordere, vae out x lo «RAw«», «id
where they will remain Jnring the
Sol Humphery to Rachel A. Kenne ly, 60
j ants of the National credit are known that having recovered health he hopes to bo ub'.a
winter ready for aoy emergency. The acres land in XVil'o v Spring* precinct. Cor.- Notary Public for Like county.
i to ba defeated, publics confidence is re
to aitei d prom; tiy to i II order» that may now coms.
Messrs. L’wis and Clark are putting
company are also having made up there sideratio 1, $1,900.
Lumber is scarce in towu.
Mrs. filbert, who was tried at Salem ■ stored and prosperity begins to dawn In. A lari» stock of the beet leather coneUntly or
up new dwellings in Lake View.
an old fashioned New England snow
for complicity with tha murder of her once more upon the country.— National h-nd.
Mui bole fixed—we aro h ippy.
J. A. Crustead is preparing to start
Plenty of amusement during the sled to be used to broak through the
account of some illegality in the prep
The town of Jackson, Kentucky was
a harness shop at Willow Rincb.
E ditor T idings :
aration of the indictment by tho coun the scene of anarchy and bloodshed
I.T j persons krowing tlianasc!its indebt’-
Jonn A. 51 >on, who was an extensive sel for the prosecutioa. Thera seems last week. Two rival bands of outlaws Ii
Permit a word for our boys. The
The T idings is issued from a bran
N ew O fficers —I. O O. F.—An
e<1 to the undersigre 1, will please come
have been fighting in the town, one I
City Fathers are about t a prohibit the property owner iu Like Viaw, has sold
forward imtrelia'ely and mako settlement,
new c fli ‘0.
election of officers in Ashland Lolge
community f>els relief at the thought party having seized the court lionse,
as we desire to balance our uccoiints.
ont to A Tenbrook, E q
that it will nut see a womau hangod.
Put your chimneys in order for San No. 45, last w-ek. reunited as follows: appearance of boys on the street after
an 1 the others endeavoring to dislodge
T ozer A D ai EY.
The wheat produced in Gooso Lake
Several persons have been
A shlvnp . N ov . 29ih, ItidH.
Mail service in Oregon will bo in them.
N. G ,1. O Miller; V G..R P. Neil, R. 7 o'clock in the evening. This is d >no,
no doubt, in the interest of the boys, j valley ia sai 1 to be aa good in quality a* creased us fo'lows, to t iko place «non: killed. An attempt has also beeu made
Daily mail servica to Linkville be S., J. XV. Riggs; P. G., J. K Helman;
From The Dalles to Prinerille from by a mob to release a prisoner iu cus
Treas., J. I). Helman; Trustees, E. J. though sima may at first think other- ! dame Nature ever grows.
gins on the 16th.
one to sii times weekly ; A-hl.m 1 to tody on charge of murder, and in de
j Like View from three t) s:x times f.-mling tho jiil the county Judge,
The mills were silent in Ashland on ( Farlow,M Brim in I »V. XV. Kmtnor. to do or say something in the evening
and a ralish weighing thirteen pounds, weekly ; The Dilles to Biker City twice Burnett, was killed.
IN tt e rr«.b»te Ccuit, Or the c naty of Like, nn*
Th iuk<giving day.
P roperty T ransfer .—Wesley Mitch hours th it the b >ys ought not to see or I j have been raised by Mr. B >wen in Sur I to three times weekly; Also the full >w
.A chinose burglar "killed John Mc State of
No more Sinliy evening sarvices ell has disposed of tha scap factory hear, or that some boys have heretofore prise valley.
' ing now service: Oakland to Fair Oak, Daniel at Marysville, Cal., on the t»ve <».' Joo. 0. Clark, de- ! ’ by Adni’.ntsirator fur
Riseburg to Patterson’s .dills, Pilot morning of the 39 h nil. M -Daniel ce ;Bed.
in the school house.
) ‘ privilege to re-Jgn.
property with a house an I lot and
In the Like View Lodge I. O. O. F.
Rock to Robinsonville, ono a week wa3 awakened by tho noise made by i
TO ALL WHOM IT MAYCOrCERV.
One hundred and sixty four pupils oigbtv acres of land to Rev. J. II. others to hear, is not declared. It the following officers have been elected each.
OTICE i* hereby given, that, nt the Dity^ben.
tho intruder, and proceeding in *the
I N cerai <ftt«e l*r««l» te C. ur». forile coctry «r
now at the academy.
Mayfield, for $1,100.
Mr. Mitchell I only appears that “our boys ’ are not N G., B. T. Barnum; V, G., A. F.
T.-ik“, 8t«teuf O «g«»n. I, W. T. Lowry, A lmli.ircra-
Mr. il H. G de, late editor of the
The chandeliers for the Presbyterian takes the Mayfield farm between Ce.i- wanted abroad late in the evening. i Snelling; R. S., S. Campbell; Treas. Diyton (W. T) t hronile, died on naman and, it is supposed, grappled tor « 1 tl.e «*ta e «-t John G. Clark, deoaieed, whl api
p’y «<> « id court for | erni’.ssion to re igei n.y j csiticn
tral Point and Eiglo Point; consider» Now my word is to parents and sisters, T. Colvin.
’ board the steamer John Gates, on the with him, when the alarmed ciiinaruan ..e A liuliiietrnlor of anid ettoie.
church hava arrived.
Columbia river, on the 25
, while on attached him with a poniard blade,
Glren nu«l«-r my iULd th’e 2S h «lay of Oct. 1818.
and other friends of the boys. Don’t
The farmers who have hill land to tion $2 490.
W. T. Luwr.r, Aminirt’r. r
DEATH OF OF n. II GALE.
b.-nefit of , cutting and slashing him in a terrible no 21 4w
fled fault with the authorities to whom
i manner, killing him almost instantly,
plow still want more rain.
R eligious S ervices —There will be you have eutrustel the peace and wel
Henry II. Gale, brother of the Ist« throughout this State as a newspaper
Aa invostig itio a of tho afluirs of
Mr. Gi>. Elliot,ono of Jacksonville’s preaching in the Presbyterian Church
fare of year town. They are trying Thomas M. Gale of this city, died man, and lias been aresi ientof Oregon tho school snperintendency of San
merchants, was iu town Tuesday.
nex> Sunday, morning and evening, harl to servo your host interests. on board the O. S. N. Ci ’s steamer, ’ most of the time sine? 1853. Tuis is Francisco has developed the fact that
We note to-duy cggs.butternnd driet^
Mr. J. XVagner has j 1st receive.l a by Rev. XV. T. Chapman, of the M E. Don’t scold at "our boys” (your bot/s)
the fourth member of the fraternity teachers have been in the habit of buy
John Gates, at The Dalles, on Nov.
; cal!« d across the dark river within tho ing examination questions. John A plums scarce, and in dcmanJ.’
fine uew two-seated buggy from Port church. Morning services will begin for disturbing others with their efl" >rts
25th, ugi’d 32 years.
Moore, principal of tho Eighth Street
1 past few week.
at 11 o'clock, or immediately after the at "having a good time,” Biys ought
Grammar school, has confessed that lie CORRECTED WEEKLY BY J. M. MCCALL
Having been suffering many months
XVe take tho following from tilo purchased one set of questions for tho
go hunting after close of S in lay school; evening ser to have a good tirno, and they only with lung disease, he bad started
Raseburg Star: X\To tximined this use of his daughters for $200. It is
Jonathan rabbits on the suburbs of vice at 7 o'clock.
strive for their rights. Thau it is your south, thinking to improve his health; week, at the office of II rman <fc Ball,
asserted by the State Superintendent
business to provide the good time for but the messenger of death came to his some fine specimens of cud, which th at the questions have been stolen,but Oats
F alse R eport —The Jacksonville them, so they tmy not ba forced to
Mr Gee. Conn, the efficient Receiver
relief and called him to a batter worl 1 were taken from a vein on Devins’ investigations are still pending, and do Corn meal per th..............
Timet of the 29. h nit. says the Ash take it uni i'vfully. Are your homes
plaça, in Ten Mile.
This coal lias velopments may criminate tho State Flour per M...
whero snfferiug and sorrow are un- been te-ted by experts of Poston, sud
of Lake county,was in Ashland several
Bran per ton..
land iron foundry is to bn removed to | so s'tipi l or disagreeable that a real.
days this week.
pronounce ! to be equal to the famous
M«xed feed pci ton
Roseburg soon. We have inquired of live, fun loving boy prefers the mud
Mr. II. F. Phillips is having a new Mr Zimmerman, the proprietor, con
is extensive, promises to be very valu for its text- the recent “deal ’ iu mining Hants
to it I
1G 4 4
From »Ct-ues if curtl ly rl ife,
hearse made, which will be ready for cerning the matter, and he informa us and darkness of the 3‘reets? Sai
able at some future day, as it is on the stocks, declaims at length against the Shoulders “
C l!e«l from si! sorrow, tin aud care,
• 12 44
| that etch homo that can boast the
«S3 in a short time. .
line of survey of the 11. & P. O. Rail whole thing as a swindle, which it Lard
15 « <
that he has no intention of moving the treasure of a noisy boy is mile the
The State Line Herald complains foundry at present. O.ir cotom. i) a
A fe-v rti >rt ye.rs ofwor.dly care, **■
most enjoyable plica in town for
a g.:me cf fraud am! deceit. The inside Onions
of worhl'y str fe tt.d
bitterly of the mail service between little to fast.
few, armed with cash and facta, play Potatoes
particular boy. Sse to it that eash
T ea « u- fr e 1 spiri'S wiil
this place and Like View.
15 • «
To meet them ot ce agile.
eavening is a “good time’’ in that
08 • c
by false reports and tin fort unatefy too Diied apples per lb...........
Th«» Thanksgiving ball bore was not
house; Then your boy will “hang
ere.DiL us. Soma of the latter must ba
15 • Í
” peaches “ “ ...........
very well attended. Tho dancers are Lodge No. 23. A. F. A A. M. are pre Tou:> I” for h’s share. Ilimamber th »t
Fio a ear'lily sorrows fr e,
A nmlignant type of small pox i- rac allowed to win occasionally, or the
paring for a good time on the evening
bolding off for the hollidays.
a house and the
the strife it between
game would die out ’’
ing at Gtuud Fork*, Dakota.
of tho 27ih. They will have an instil!»
We'll re-i.nited b >.
--- ---- —
Mr. Chas, llirgadino, of the firm
There is great depression iu the iton
S an F rancisco M arkets —The latest Soap, AsblaL.’l Factory per
tion of olli *er*,at which all members of
1 b iys. Rcnembar that if you "can’t
Hargadine »t Latta. Lake View, is
and coal trades iu England.
advices show the billowing quotations:
the order in good standing are invited
now visiting bis Ashland friends.
stand the racket” tn ad J by your own
Olodel Alining Notice.
Weston, th? polestriau, i* coming to Fl 'tir .*1 <«' 6 pt r bbl.—X\’h<-st $1 65 («/> Wool per th.........................
to be present, and after the exercises
JiigeHinm will not hold a fall of the order are over an elegant sup boys while they are having a good time
A correspondent writes as follows California to walk <522 iuile3 in 111 1.75 per entd— 9~!i @ 1 29 per cti. XVool sacks, each.................
—Oats 1.55 (it 1.69 p
term of court in Like county; there is per will be pirtiken of, end a pleasant at home it is not fair to expect
fr m XX'al io, under date of Nov 26tb:
i.02'i ('/• 1.(5 p‘-r ctl.
fre.m..................... $6.50 to $9
neighbor to er.j >y the r ick ?t male by
not business enough on the docket.
36 p: r efl.—Bran $16 ]
E ditor T idings —Dear Sir: As yours’
sociable evening will be spent.
so.rno boys (a »: yours of c iurse) on the is a j »nr nai p.-rpetuating matters of his th«» United Stat« s Senate from Ala — Hay $7.50 (</> 16 per
What has beeouae of that book and
GO («t 1.10- Oaions 2 2'
H oliday D iversions .—The coming streets. Ba goo I to the boys, and the tory and importance, I send you the bama.
ladder company tb it w is to burst out
The coasting sailors of Sin Francisc
B oylike .
’t Forget It —If you are trnub,
in the glory of red thirts on parade entertainmentsan 1 amusements already GOVS will ba good.
fur i tl Don
you will publish verbatim;
are on a s*rik«3 against u reduction o firkin, .17 to .25—E.'cs
w th i ervo t.'tiv'-, are dishcartene 1, tir«-<l
Oct the 21-1878
o! life, ear .l. iiib ur L-<1 out o! sorts, «s’tlie ,
literary entertainment in the M -thol-
g i*, yo:t tn ay safely conclude that yo'l
The peopleof Smith river valley,C il.,
Tii'? S»it'iern Pacific II tilroaI C m-
Nonrnr.r.N P ac fk : R oad —In an ar s!y
ist church on the 18th; probable mas
'll«« Dy-p«p'-ii or Liv.-r Complaint.
claim that the meteor si widely seen
this land for min Tai perpos«9 uiiiler pray are iivitig one mile of track per tiel«* on the Northern Pacific railroad
i- v« ry pt to become 'o-pi<l thin
querade or. Christmas Eve; dinner and naas eve.
the mineral laws of the united states day inAr.zc.ik.
the C li '.igo 7;"’says that the T< x se «s«>n ol th«’ year, as p««is«>ns arising from
recently, struck the gro iud ia that lo
(air by the ladies of tha Pye.sbyteri »n
as Politic people, in asking a subsidy st »gn nil water or <lec tying veg«’latioii, are
Il j^eburg is to h ive a tarkoy ehoot situated in the ttite of Oregon Jose
A British C «ttr.cil of State is about to
phine county township 37 south of
church on Christmas afternoon an 1
; couple this euterpr'se with their own. mote i inner«ns ami «oe, thiough inb.ilutiona
Mr. Rafas C >le, proprietor of the evening; Xlasmic installation an 1 sup ing m itch ou the 24th.
ra e G west section 15 bounded as f« 1- discuss a pr« j ■<< for taxing cotton im I Bit the Northern Pacific, it remark*, tak'ti into tie b'o««l. Unless the li"er T»
E. II. A Co irictu an I f imily hxvj lows bv A ph gate river on sha noith ports from Amtrdea.
' a ks no subside, nor anv privilige be .-trong and ^.c1iv«, an«l furnishes a supply of
stag» station «»ver the mountains, ac- per on the 27ch, an 1 u Lail iu Miller’s
Iri sh an ) pil e b!oo 1 to drive out the itnputi'
commencing at tills cedar tree runing
K-irney y rei’hpl Sin Frincisio on yond those in the original grant
remove I from Yreka to J irksonvillo.
comoanieil by his family, was in town Hill on the same evening.
up the su'd Aplegata river eighty rcoda the 2 Lh. and was enfhn ti i-tic illy re- I Time fs all it r «pi ’sts. It, has na»ur I ties, (lie ul>uve inantio:'.e«l sitnp'.ons ate«
on XX’eduesday. •
The CanlouDi il mining compiny at A so ith from tho said Aplegate twenty er i veil by bis followers.
j ally, objectod. savs the 7' ih:<u'\ to the sure t<> tbl'oiv. and if tmt Lee'cl, may rn>!
Will >w S ,rings have their hydraulic ro >ds cont lining 2) acers I intend to
l “riders” which Senator Mitchell has in m >r ■ ten ilde diseases ami de Uh. Wbi'o’s
Dr. Jackson, left Ashland for Jack
Prairie 1 lover proves itself • lie (freit Liver
patent the same.
sonville on Tuesdiy aft«rn)Tn, after tho styie of an organ zPion for med on in position.
ral P i :ifi • Il iilr »11 C > n,»rii “s are to j put upon its extension bill, “in the i’airacea. Its ««ction on the liver is d fforent
i interest i>f the Union an«l C intral Pa- f o n any mclicine ever compounded. lit
be conso i late I Is contradicted.
having p it the “ivories” of this neigh last Tuesday evening for mutual io
Mrs. Morrison, of Sim’s valley, an
e fic roads.” Ti es? sebraes it r jects, «••ares are Duly won<lG fill. Try it. Prices
proveinent in intell« dual an I s icial elderlv luly, died ou the 21st inst. of
borhood in order.
There is a r »port cuFrout iu Berlin and will rely upon the fairness of con t-.ven'y five centsa nl seventy-five een's For
The clnb is to bo composed general debility.
N ew R ifles —C. K. Klum lias just that a pl «t extsis for the assissiuation gress. List year the company’s net. sale by Uintwo >t> A A tkkson .
List—i bunch of keys, among which
reeeive‘1 another e is«; of tha celebrated «if all tho sovereign) of E iropa.
of both 1 idiea and gentleman, and will
earnings were $562 090; and now, Dot
Tiie German ci izem of Jacksonville Winchester Ilt-p atiug Rifles.
are a post offi *e box key und a glove
meet every Tueaday evening iu ono of
They all take It.— XX’liea the system
Orson IIvd >, one of tha Twelve owing a dollar, it has “resolved to gf>
h ivn orgiuiz d a social club, which
butt oner. Tne finder will please leave
cowti to that extent that you pass
the academy rooms.
Apostles of the MJ»rm«in Caurch, died
si« e.dei-s nigh's, are nervous and irritable,
they call the ‘ E.ntraoht. 99
them at this office.
at Spring City,
elected for the fir»t term of four weeks
of the s«!»tion between the Missouri hav«« g ooniy foreboding*, sour stomach, sick
V^hear it rumored that Mr. Marsh, are; President. W. T. L-*ekn; A ic *
Jacob Knbli, of Applegate, was Chapmau, u t the Eving place.
A blast of 55 ^9'
lie idaclie and c >ated to igii<‘, do not enroll
i Is of powder und the Yellow-tone next rear.”
as high private in the tear rank,
proprietor of the furniture factory, in- President, G F. Billing: Secretary. W. severely scalded by clipping
C1IRISTM AS T oys .-J D. Fountain. was f X.ihnleil iu a
r> «V into a vat
i mine iu For
ueral Delfi i y. but c I kmt up nn«l
«st Hill, Placer
ten Is bram-liing out more
H. Leeds; Treasurer, XV T Chapman. of hot water while s«*al
try XX’i ite's I’rui'ie Flower, th«* Gieat Liver
in the milling business.
Tne property in Jacksonville school
says; Gladstone,in a «perch at Green Piiiac«*». now for sale in evety city aud
C hance f > r I nvestment .—A s .vill In district is assessed at $343,150. A tax make a choiea before the best are
t<>wn on the ('oaiirent No nteiUcme ever
Aneff)rt is being made
wich to-day inveighed «gainst persona! compound« d. i- half the equal for tho cure
noticed in another column, an excel of four mills is levied, which will
He reproached the ■ f DYSl’EP'I X an 1 LIX'I.R CO >.PL \INT.i
masquer ile ball here on Christmas
N ot :« :: -A meeting of the members dras-v, Tuesday night of 1 i?t week, at Governments.
not communicating It 111« a s| e itic power over the lirer.'aiiu
eve. Uu'ler an energetic management lent opportunity is oflere 1 for bo . lo amount Io $1 372.
of tha Presbyt riau church of this Pestb, Hungary.
relative to by- ettrit'g the liver, Dy*pep-ii and till«th«-r
one who wishes to go into th« lumber
The IF if’r/i Stir says: The "oldest place will ba held iu the church at 2 P.
it will bj made a success.
of disease.* a’ising fnnit it, vanish as if by
business in this neighborhood Mr.
M. on Monday next, for rhe election of
inhabitant.” basing his theory upon the
tn igic. Sample bottl?« are 8"id nt tiie small
Several Ash!aud hunters started for
W. 11. A tkinson Clerk.
John Chand’er is willing I) dispose of
price of 25 c« n‘s, that will convi«ice y ou ot
the haunts of the deer last Wednesday,
a one-half interest in his saw mill, sit
The committees appointed to prepare ing of several persons.
vasion begun b «fore Par'hment wss it- men s. Large size bottles. 75 cents; for
usually hard winter.
expecting to be gone several days and
C iet '. voo :» A A tkinson .
Parliament was formerly -a'e Ly
uated in the canyon, within a short
A dispatch from Berlin announces the grand council of the nat on.- now it
return with six deer each.
distanco of Ashlahd.
The la tuber
— <kn N:: w and EvERLASTna I’ ki . fum «'*
th at t'io anthoritiei intend to declare
Il «al the advertisement of the ball trade must be goad when the demani match on Christmas eve. The distance terian church, will meat ii the chnrch B rlin in a stiteof siege under the pro resembles tho Parliament of France is the b‘ s. mid cbenpesi perlutn«* everolf.red
Mnc’av evening at half past, six. All
b-forc t’ o revolution. He solemnly o.llte public for pel fuming wearing apparel,
for the 27th. The managers will spare is constantly greiter than tho sn pply. is t > b.) 10 yards, and the prizes, a of the tn nibers of the Mite Society visions of the Socialist law.
warned the British people not to aban et'er paj er, etc., etc. Il is eve lasting.and •
lo paics to make it a success, and they a* it is here, and this is a rare chance gold an 1 a pilver tvatch.
who .’•in do so ure requested io be
The Grand Lodge of Old Fellows of don the principles of liberty which goes 'o iine’, lener pqer, and whatever
Washington Territory, was iust'tut*?«! m i«1» its happiness. Speaking of t!in •'* you nny wi«li, a most r«.!i e 1 and pleas-
will doubtless have a large company.
Jesse Titus, of Jacksonville, who present.
for some one.
at Olympii, on the 26th in-t., ten sub- Afghan war,lie declares that th’ mnn«v <‘n' o’i r. If placed n a drawer, no inat'e,
Senator «Ino. E. Ross, of this conntv,
ordiuate Lodges anticipating.
spent therein is to the dishonor of a h it be the contents, it will becone rede-
A C ommon S eise B oys and G ils three years wit t paralysis, is now able
a member of the Investigating Commit
England, and resposibilities wiil but 1« nt in less than twenty minutes. Mailed
aper —The .L u "/'«’ di I’»?«’).'/ Fo'kt, to move about his room.
P stag •ire* (cany a'ldre.-s oi receipt of
Wheat is selling at 71 cents at Wil
tee. will start for Salem this week to
withdraw most of th« po.-tal cars unless commence with her vict«ory. Lady 'I e price. 25 cell's. .-<lJre»s G. B. Litch-
assist ia the investigations now going
Wm. Thoma*, familiarly known as
Congress make* speedy and sufficient Macbeth’s words, "Here is stn'll of fluid, Illino's. ami pleise stale whit vapor .
D. A. M Jone, of Fifteen Mile. Was appropriations to pay for the transpor blond.” arc still a powat fill provocation, tou saw this notice in.
f il6 1 ▼
Grizzly T >m. who live! on Scott river,
and nrj ist wars lead to national dowa-
December beautifully illustrated an«l fell in a fit from a foot-log crossing the co county, has raised a 20 pound turnip. ta) i >n.
From our exchanges we learn tbit
filled with entertaining an 1 useful river, on Saturday night of last week,
—* XX’in«.t t h E katc . F cm . p ano P and .v. /
that the recent meteoric light was visi
’ m : u N't’Torc«’-; heavy Mu*t »cl e or Beard,
reading. It is reaTy a common senee and was four. 1 lying dead in tho water Also i. shot an 1 killed a deer lust week.
on the sai> othent l ice ii from tweity t-* .
ble throughout the greater portion of
paper that parents need no* bo-«itato to i next morning.
John Anderson has «’ready planted severely b“a*en by an In lian who vis
thirty «Ln*. It ti« ver L«i!s No po aible in-,
Southern Oregon and Northern Cali
HEE 1ER In .V li d, De.’. 31, to the w.fe of B. F. j r y to thi* skin. Easily applied mi 1 certain
ited bis house.
R*eeer,a ! u.-lrer.
XX7. S. M .ses intends running the Yambill county.
in iff ct. In w |l a'.-o remove DaudrufT in I
It contains 16 pages an 1 is sent nrp
to t ie prevent B ihlr.e**. I mn th • ro'e ng.*ut for
A woman named Frances B'irmshi NA YLOR -In .Ta< kennvil>. N venibcr
It is no use talking about the weather
XX’irren A C x qn irlz mill on Green
«Reof Me riti Ne lor, a daughter.
Work on the Ei-toort coil nii:io tV*ll has-hern arre-ti,«l in Minnesota for
ve.ir to anv aldress for 59 cents, The
this c tinponmi. Per pack ig *, post paid, •
any more. All the dreary predictions
horn. in crushing a lot of quartz on soon commence. This mine is ono of so,in«]ling a Clevelan 1 cashier
25<eit-. Two pack i«gc* TO ce.it*. A-ldr
publishers off-r to sou 1 a sample copy
of an early anti severe winter have
ban 1 from the oil Pemberton or Sil- the most imports' t iu Coos county.
G. B. Litchfield, Illinoi*. Pie ».* • »tite wh*i
$29 009. by representing herself heiress
paper you seen this ndverfl-c nent in.
failed and the days are as fine a3 in
livan ledge, which pr aspects from $22
Mrs. Pre .-I >n Mullins, of CanerAah, to a ’«arg» fortune iu Germany.
[nl6 1 f.
“I t is not G ood for M an T3 BE to.$25 per ton.
fell from tliu porch of her residence,
The London Pall Mall Gazette says; Installation and «upper, A, F.
& A M
last week, an I had two of her ribs bro Russia cannot snff ’r ns to prosecute
The library project is being looked A lone .”—So thought R»v. J. B Don
Take No fee. — Having dissolved4
Th« S »tint says- Sheri IT Bybee and
tiier.-hip with tl.e P. of II. C », .and with ,
af‘_. r by those who h ive the interest of
A LL MASONS IN GOOD STANDING
Isaa* Irwin ltavo purchased some grav I
Alisa Jennie Smith, a student of the er is«ue we may think fit. That action Zv >>re invited to attend t'ie ¡n«t*H «t «n of <’Iwell, wo desi.e all having ac.omts with
our young people ar heart.and we look
»■1 diggings on Jump-ofT-J >e ere-k. and Hi'Lloro acidemv. fell from the steps v ill bo taken sooner or later is ccr «iflìcer*. and 'b«* supper to be given by A-h- u*t«ic»ll mi l settle the mtnc with cash ,'
for favorablo developments in a very pleasure, of his ansptcions marriage, propr-e pl icing a small hydriulia in of too s’bool building and sustained tain,
1 in 1 Lodge. No 23. on Friday, the 27th, WHEAT of 5 ote . Please attend to it at once,
We clip the following fro-n tho St.
A'«ivet*>ry < f St. John, tie Fvangplid. By a* we must cl’ re onr o'•! b^oh*.
position this winter. A ditch ono mile
W agne : »t A mi kosuif.
Paul (Minn.) Pinner P.r.;« of the 14‘h
’X’. II A tkp son , W. M.
The sportsm“n of S dem held a match England in a dory, nre coming hack order of
W. B Grubb aud J. P. Walker ar
in length furnishes tho water.
J. S. Eun inks ', Secretary.
nit.; ’‘The marriage of J. R. Dmal.Ison,
Thinksgiving hunt Thnrs lay and fine n'-xt spring in tho t same boat. They
—Twenty five 1 uge size P«’tf-tme 1 Clir>-
rived, each with a load of freight, from
i*hed with a supper on the game cap
of Rastir.gs. and Mis3 Miry E , «laugh
Motto Card.*, no tw«» alike, with name in
Sa tv Mill for Sale.
rn Tuesday. They made
«ail to Sin Francisco, and thence cross
quhar’s restaurant, in Riseburg, w tured, Friday even nz.
g >!d, postpai«! t^n cuts. A«idr«*fs G. B.
e trip in eight days, and report the I
Mr Alexander Coaimers, who lives the P ioifi *.
4 IltLF T-T-RMST K THE SAW Lite! fiel i,Litchfield, III. Pieise state whit
ster chnrch, was solemnized at th«? robbed of ninetv live dollars on Sun
roads pretty bad.
xV mill m 1 120 icrvs of 1 r «i near As’il in l. p >p« r yoa saw tbit adv«’rli*m«nt iu. [ 1G1 y
diy of list week, warrants are out for
The noted trotting stal’ion. Opliir, chnrch at 3 o’clock yesftr.lay e.fu r the arrest oi Chas. Brown and Ilarry raised a cabbage that weighs 32% cia'ist agitât «n continues in the prov h • ongliig to th • sul‘-C'iber. i; <«ir«-i-et| 1o •
(iheap Wood.— L«hn Chandler Ins
pounds and meas.ir«s 16 in dies in di incei. Ti e Deputy Mayor of Osimo «ale at i b rgiin. The mill In* a w«e«d
owned by Sam. Daniels,passed through noon, in the presence of the imruedi Kearns. Brown has decamped.
‘o‘ of gou 1 stove wo «<1, a! bis saw mill,
has c-en s abbed by an assi‘>an.
h«* will dispose of tor »hptrifl nz sum
Ashland on the way from Chico to ¡ato friends of the parties, and the
Articles of incorporation for the Jre-i. a neighboring town, republicans rni-iin--* —’«in-uni» nn o» it* full caprn itv. of $1 p *r load. Avail yo us-lv.-s of thir
XVork at the Lucky Bdlwin mine
The members of Westminster congregation.
‘ S • »ttshnrg Canning Co.,” have b«en •îarryiog a r d flag paraded the street«. Tbe ■ l>ie?t in making the oil’-r i* tn i.icrose chine»* t • procme your stove wco 1 at «uch
owner otL rs him for sale, we under The interior of tl o chnreli had b< en seems to ba progressing satisfactorily. file 1 in D niglis conntv-
il e bn/ne*1.
bed rock rates.
Tho foreign trade of the United ■^¡-’«•'«jr pvrticu'. r- ;nq'i'-e st 'h* m:ll.,
most beautifully decorated for tho oc
pany purpose canning fish, fruits aud States for the month ending O?t «b«r.
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XVlien an Ashland cat hears the casion, and floral adornments were sur throwing capacity of 2 t>0) gallons per vegetables.
Jilst li«*c<*ivc*d — Wagner 4 Ander-
was ns follows: Exnort*. $65.000 000;
8 tn have ju«t receive I a lot of f »rming m i-
Farmers along Cayote creek, io Line ■ imports $37 000,000. C »mpared with
twang of a bean sbo<oter, he has im prisingly numerous and arranged with minute. The miners are now taking
chi: cry, which will be exchanged for wheit
mediate and urgent business under consummate taste by the ladies of the
ing, thereby turning a great deal of ?G 009.000 in • xports and a decrease of
the woodpile, having learned by sad society and fri°nds of the bride. Soon
The patron* of the Ashland district
$6,509,000 in imports.
experience that it is not wise to trifle
T ie Coyotes arc thick in portions of
oehool are herehy notified that the rate
Notice :s her-.-t y given Ihnt a!l |.er«on« .
after the conclusion of the ceremony,
was considered worthless on account
bills for the quarter juxt ended and nil ar«* Lereby furbed'len lo lise nnlawful wit«r
Siskiyou conntv, C il . and are making of beiDg overflowed.
the wedded pair proceeded to their i
! St. Louis has ri-niere«! judgment for the oil bills aro now in my hands as is is needed at my ruilL «t Pbœnix.
havoc among the sheep. The Journal
An exchange says: We breathe easier
The telegraph lino between Boise. ' ilm government against Ge«<rge Ache for collection. Tho D rectors have or
new home in Hastings, followed by the
I’ hu . ip W O lwkll .
sayt-: At Batte Creek X'alley they are Baker and Union is defunct and will ■ «on f »r failinir fa account for between dered them collected without ddsv.
now. Tho new counterfeit 51,000 notes
good wishes of all, and sincere respect
almost as tamo as dogs and are Dot dis scarcely be revived, unless it shoald ! $14 000 aud $15 OtO placed in his bauds and it is hoped that all will respond
now in circulation can be detected by
their “greasy feel.” It eats into an of those who bad for years known the turbed by the cattle men. while at other pass into tho hands of the Government as an army officer, for di-trii»ntiou promptly, as the success of the school F. Re<..e-, tspeci.-liy y notes aid billa <♦
editor’s salary fearfully to get “stock” bride and appreciated for many admir places poisoned meat has been set ont for military purposes, of which there among the Indians of Minnesota, ia depends upon it.
long standing me n«»!jfied to *® tie up i.r
With four or five such notes in a week. able qualities of mind aud heart.”
is a faint probability.
XV. C. D aley , Clerk.
médiat« ly iq . i eave cos*«. B. I’. R.'.ïéjf