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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1879)
-F ast T ime —Tho Cr’ff>nian of the
TUE l’AIX>VSE COUNTRY, W ISHING
18th inst. has the following account of
received by Mr. Brobst in reply to au
the recent trip of Oregon’s cong:e?3-
Below we give the most interesting
inquiry addressed privately to Mr.
A lady who was formerly a :
portion of County Superintend
> » a- tnafi elect:
Hyde, pricked the bnbl.la, and effect
af Jackson fcounty, a »w living nt
congressioari from Oregon, has arrived
ent J. D. Fountain’s report of the dis
W. r «
ually put a stop to his further opera
trict schools of Jackson county for the loti?e City. Whitman vthiniy, of the stfelv i:i Washington,so tlio dispatches
ions here. Tho letter read as follows:
sent fbe following dMcfij.tian
Umbrellas iu demand.
inform its. He L*s made tho "fastest
last school year. He had it made out
; noted Pstoase
V isalia , C al Jan. 21 st , 1879,
We have a better print this week
firn« on reedrd’’ from his homo to the
just before tho fire, but as the paper
i Smith o* thv¡ place. Thinking it wotild
M r . J oseph B robst :
was not rescued from the flames he was
I national capital. Mr. Whilenker 18ft
In answer to yours of 13th inst., I under the Lecessity of spending two or ' be of iutercs* to our readt'M.Uo brought bin homo in Lane county on Saturday,*
Read the notice of Inlow & Farlow,
to inform you that I do not at
I it lo us with perL’issiou to publish.*
held iu the school house April Sth, at have
March 8, at 7 o’clock. Ho arrived at I
present seem to remember R. A. John three days in doing his work a eecoml
The Talonee eún¿try is situated bc-
one o’clock P. M ,for the purpose of re- ston; but I remember distinctly that he time:'
Portland by special train Sunday
Tozer A Daley are putting up a
[ tween tho Colamtóa and Snake rivftrs.
consHdvriHg a vote at last meeting; to is not my relative, and that through
morning at 3 o’clock, and sailed on the
blacksmith shop for Mr. E. M. Miller,
I i» ;a drained
me he cannot get a saw mill.
No of :
for San Francisco two hours ,
I vote a tix, not to exceed $4,500, for the
in iW C.eur d'Alene i
on the back part of his lot.
N\nie of Dist.
CliiUreu • Voters
! jdtoi the same moriflng. He reached '
purpo e of building a school house
Mrs. Sebastian Schumpf, who with aud purchasing lots, aud any other
uOnntaiás, runs a vesterl/ course and Asluria about noon Snn'lr y, but owing
Of course manv who had previously J.c^boi.rii e. ...........
Lei* husband is now living in Jackson business that may properly come be sustained
empties into Suake i ¡Vet «.of’ a «’» itJ-u to «.Cd rongUno: •» of ¡ba y h',r Was cctn-
him,and hoped that he miglp t
V ! | 1. g own......................
i pelted io lie there until Monday morn-
ville, was in Ashl-:nl lust week.
prove himself an honorable mio, im Pliu--;ix........................
161 75 i the niouth of tbo latief.
in<r Th# Gi’Lr experienced strong
fore tho meeting.
mediately eut him r after the receipt of ; M i zju n...................
Those indebted to J. D. Fountain
' head winds
U;C wav down ttnd ar
117 50 ! stream similar to Bear crc¿>; ?,rA
207 00 !
M usical —Ninety thousand copies the above letter, It might bo proper Fr-iUrxil
are requ« sted to
and settle at once.
"ling March 12.. «8^ - d clock A M.
have already btien sold of M ill L. to here state that tho bill of sale he is South l'r.iirie.............
The money must be forthcoming. *
kinds of machinery during the summer ?*
g tbo bav to Oakland. M*--
now exhibiting, and no doubt travel Nj. 11 uo*. reported..
A Dumber of the young ladies who at Thompson’s
Colfax, our count* seat, is situated
tended theat’alemy la-t winter will Shells from the Sea Shore.'4 It is ling on, is utterly worthless, as it was I I Cnimtiey
* W k ^d hurled acr. “8
V 1,U> .■>’
ou tbo river, between the North and
teach district schools during the
this author’s last composition, will here.) through fraudulent represent» Mound
Dj'd ,ne Ise...............
even eclipse " Gathcrimj hells" in pop- tions. None of the property has ever An’ii r».......................
lion. Colfax Wfls settled eight years zSi
were shCv k
*v_ l «voly
„ i borno and
Keep in mind the entertainment by
ularity. Any music dealer will mail been delivered to him.uor ever will ba, 8.in’« Creek..............
the Base Bill Club on the ninth of
I tbo national capitul in !,*?>
’ * o'
tirjour address ou receipt of price, 40 as he has never paid one dollar thereon. Mi-sotr.i
W. g i«r Ctrtk..........
that led to its development,and present day
April. A full programme will appear
—arriving there at lit A,
cents. Send orders to M. Gray’s Music an«l each aud every item of property Grant s I’, es..............
successful outlook was given by John idea may be formed
in next week’s issue.
Store 105, K»»rn»y St., S ab Francisco. therein described is covered by chattel Ito:k 1* iint................
Evao s Creek............
Mr. C. H. Mosher, nf the Rosebnrg
mortgage in favor pf Mr. Louis Land. Union Town.............
him, he once owned a store in Phcenix, toward Lis de.-tination by the ran
Stir, his b»on visiting friends in Jack
Some idea of the commercial value of I. Fr iwer
Colfax is almost as between Omaha and Chicago—a dA- k The Imported Percheron
82 50 ! Jackson county).
sonville for a week past, and will prob A Blue Ribbon Ciub waS organized in his promises to pay can bo derived Uni y...........................
tanca of 500 miles accomplished iu
large as Jacksonville was in I860. It 12! 2 hours—at the rato_of 40 miles an
ably be ia Ashland to morrow.
from the fact that Mr. H. M. Thatcher Foot*8 C eek...............
is the busiest little place I was ever in. hour. He was just 207 hours in mak-
pride of erche
Ua«ler the Leal <»J ‘‘Sar ipmf South aud the bojs wanting a little fun told purchased an account ugiinst him Sterlinejrlife
50 50 : Tho rattle of vehicles coming and go- lug the trip from his humble horuo ia
ern Oregou Histoiy” will appear the all the Chinamen that those who wore amounting to some $42, for a 3 cent Scheiif
Oregon io the bosom of tho Demo
106 25 i ing, the sound of hammer and saw,
Will m ikt/lLc <'8on t*granin£ Apf?'|
Abraham in Washington.
«»lory of the maH-iacfe at the month of the azure silk did it to show they Lad postage stamp, but, being of a specula R.igue R.v.*r...............
82 50 | and the constant roll of machinery
continue till «A1”/
IVigce river in of, written by Mr.
tive turn, sold it again for two 3-ceut Br w sborotign... .
Bri'l »e Poin:..............
Tuesdays and WeJfiK^*’’}’3 at the livery
heitken for miles aronn.l was soon dec I
looking up at the rocky cliffs and tow
I North S ni ? v >'»•»’.
of Plymale,* JrfoV&f» rille, and Morr-
orated with a flattering string of heav
5ft 75 I
8 u h But e C«*e< k...
M. E. Cnvr.cH.—Services every Sun d iy, a . m ., Thursday, r.
We underst ind th it Messrs Hemp
enly hue, and wouldn't take them off
i busy town.
a . M. aud 6:30 p. m . Sunday
hill aud Kentuor will together put up a
Saturday of each week at, ui#
|5,421 50 I
for even Dr. Waits or G. W. C. T., I.
School at 2:30 with Biblo classes for Ashland.
wagon and blacksmith shop on the lot
O. G. T , W. 11. Dunbar.
where El. Depeatt’s shoo ship was
| of North Palouse. H‘. earns Chase is old and young. Prayer meeting every
The Klamath River Reservation.
there are those who still doubt that
the owner of tho town sito and tbo Thurst’f.y evening at 6:30, A general
N ew F irm —Messrs. J. D. Fountain this R. A. Johuston is a fraud and con
A correspondent, noticing our error, builder of tho place. It is a small vil- i invitation and a cordial welcome to all.
Mr. S. C. Palmer is building a Eeat and E. J. Farlow have formed a copart temptible dead beat, we aie able and
W. T. C hapman , Pastor.
dwelling house up »n the street that nership for the purpose of ccntinuing willing at any and all times to furnish which wo have already corrected, of Iago—flcuring mill, raw mill, black-
strikes off in & southeasterly direction th? mercantile business conducted in further evidence, tho existence of mistaking the Klamath River reserva smith shop, school bouse and á few I In the Presbyterian Church—Ser
The first imporfb l French jstallion £<hal
vices every Sunday morning at eleven
fr om Main Street opposite Mr. J. S the past by Mr. Fountain. The firm which can ba readily observed in the tiou, for the Like county Iudian reser dwellings.
came west of tho Alleghinies came
Palouse City is seven miles east of o’clock, until further notice
name is Fountain & Farlow. The new long faces of his numerous victims vation, lias sent us the following:
into Union coanfy.Obio in 1851. This horsè
Senator Sargent’s letter to Walter B. Lincoln, on the river, near the Idaho
The 7i/M<*say8a Mississippi steam »rid commodious store room next to arouud town, who were credulous
was called Lot ts N ap Ó lzonj and showed the
boat captain writes a letter of interrog Kium’s store is now being fitted up for eaoiigh to res.ion I to bis applications Thorp, of Jan, 10th was in relation to a line. The founder, W. P. Breeding,
grerl v «lue Of this stock. Up to 1869 there
were 62 mo-e imported into the United
atories Irom K“okuk, Iowa relative to
Very Raspset ully,
Klamath river, 18 miles south of Cres ing mill, blacksmith Bliop etc. There
8‘ates, and in the list 10 ycirs there have
Goose lake and Vallq^, with a viaW of prepared for business next week. The
J. W. II amaker .
All those indebted to the firm of been 566 imported. Some counties in Ohio
cent City Cal. ,a reservation established, were then only two dwellings, now
gentlemen are both so well known that
putting a small steanier on said lake.
11 M T hatcher .
I believe in 1854, and abandoned a there are over three hundred inhabi Inlcw & Farlow are hereby requested and Illinois give business to 12 to 15 im
they need noco:i>plirjentarymention or
A. P M c C arton .
Th a postnflica ha® been opone.l
to settle at once, as the losses incur ported stalli ms as well as à nómEer of
years later by all U. S. officials, tants.
recommendation from us, and we sim
G eorge N urse .
Mi’Call Jk Bimn’s store. Mr Helm
ply and heartily wish them success.
leaving only tho Indians to occupy it.
Leaving the low river bottom, we red by the late fire make it necessary grades. The giades of this stock are now
will soon have a set* of private boxes
At the time of the location of this re come out on the high rolling prairie. for us to have the ntoney immediately. going into Lhe Chicago ar.d New YCrk mar
I nteresting to S tock M en .—Read
put iu, anil the people will have as
kets, and reidily bling 50 to 75 per tent,
I nlow & F arlow
serve, it was looked upon as a fine If you have ever seen a stormy sea
luaov post >ffiae conveniences as be the new, column advertisement of W.
List Friday, Mr. Wtu. Sexton, agent farming section, and since, it has been when the breakers run high you will
more than thccnmulou Stock of work borse*
fore the fire.
C. Myer in to-Jays issqe. Mr. M. of the Fireman’a Fund Insurance spoken of as a good lumbering district.
Notice to Debtors.
then have an idea how our country
The above shows the reputation this stock
If three or four of tha heavier losers appreciates the value of printer’s ink company, came to Ashland, being com- No positive attempt had been made to looks, for the similarity would striko
All tboso indebted to Dr. H. T. In h i®, where they have had over 25 years
from tho fire had been able to fall back as ail indispepsible auxiliary to suc i missioned by all the other Companies vacate the reserve until tho spring of the observer at the first glance. Oil low by note or account, must posi experience with them.
upon a snug little insurance policy, cess. He his expended much iu ad interested to act for them also in this 1875, when capitalists,of course, bad it the north, us far as tho eye can reach,
tively’ nettle up al once, as the mouey
See the money brought into this coni*iy by
three or four linn brick bui'ding’s vertising, and is satisfied that it pays. ins'auco, to assess tbo damage sus- surveyed iu the lumbering interest. At you may behold the same unbroken must be had.
the sale of W uite P bjnce colts and fillies.
would soon have mode their appear The testimonials to the excellence of tuined by the late fire to property in the same time quite a number of squat expanse. Oa the east lie the Coear
have been 45 bead sold aud taken out
his stock which appear in his adver sured. Mr. Sexton is a gentleman of ters, from Cresent City and other
ancc in the ‘‘burnt district.”
d’Alene mountains, the boundary line
county, which [brought $13,317, an
James Pelton, of Sam’s Valley, who tisement, coming from some of the much experience iu the business and places, took up claims, agricultural between Idaho anti this eastern corner
price of nearly $296 each, they
TAKEN UP BY THE SUB-
attended the aoadeiny here last winter, most proniinei.t and most reliable men well calculated to advance the best and fishing, and began to make exten of Washington. On the south you may
scriber 5 miles north of Ashland, weie mostly sold when under two years old:
come up to Ashland last Friday »nd of Southern Oregon, must Lave great interests of the companies who entrus sive Improvements, when, somehow, behold tue blue mountains, some sixty
□no light iron gray horse about in ny of them at weaning time. They were
after ■interviewing C maty Sapr-rintend- weight with the public. Mr. Ixlyer ted tbeir affairs to him. All with the military authoritioa took nolicj of miles away. To tho west sweeps the "years old—14 hands high—left hip taken to California, Eastern Oregon, Wash
ont Fountain on Saturday, started for left homo on Tuesday morning last whom ha had to deal speak well of his the settlements being made on tho re prairie till the horizon alone bounds knocked down—no mirks or brands I ington and Idaho Territories, and favorable
J. G. V andyke ,
home with a teacher’s certificate on with one cf his noted Percherou horses, manner oi conducting the not always serve, and Gen. McDowell issued an the vision. It is the wildest, grandest visible.
reports have came from all, aud in several
for Albany, intending to spend tho agreeable business with which he was order to the said settlers to vacate their
instances ’he purchasers have ordered or
scene pen conld picture or pencil paint,
next four months at that place and charged. So far a3 W0 have learned, homes within 60 days, or be forcibly
and bought more.
Look nt This!
Dr. Will Jackson was negotiating
Thousands of homes dot the prairie,
the actual damages, as nearly as they ejected. The order was never eu- from the low hut and the roomy log
W’. i J te P rince has not m ;de a rba«on Lt**8
Monthly strawberry plants of excel
with Dr. Chitwood for tho p'lrcbasi of
fcrced, and until tho present timo Cal cabin to the tall frame hortso with all lent quality sent by mr.il in good shape since 1873.
S ilver C reek .—Messrs. W. Philips
his drug store in this plaee, and cimo
ifornia Congressmen have been impor the modern improvements.
Every business man knows that largo,
to any address, on receipt of thirty
to Ashland last M m lay prepared to and Budd Oliver returned from Silver
fanned horses have always been in
close the birg»in, hat bv that time creek last week, having located claims, r«*port is receive I by the several corn tuned to havo tbo reservation in dispute
Fields are fenced and being fenced
at good prices.
thrown open for settlement,which,byall on the low bottoms and hills in every
Dr, Chitwood hid concln le.l that be and determined to go down with pick
REV, THOS. MOORE,
means, should be done, as it is a good way, from the ditch and t' rf, the post
didn’t want to sell, and tbo matter and shovel as soon as thoy may begin
E tna M ills , C al .
work, probably hi a about a month
agricultural, lumbering, mining and and rail,tho heavy fenco worm of rails,
Fireman's Fund, of which Mr. M. fishing station, inhabited by a very few to the new barbed wire fence, which
There Las been a good abdl raid fb )ttk
Sometime «luring the next summer, from this time. They sty they were
Pcrcberon stock th it I have introduced
or in tho early fall Mr. W. He Atkin
of the T idings was also insured in the off working for white settlers thau murder stock. Thousands oi acres are j I Two Mail riders on the route from on this coj't at great cost, being a failvre ,
son’s father, now living ia Wisconsin,
Ashland to Lake A i«-w. They must Le
same company; Mr. Houck had his sunning th’eir half-starved bodies on plowed ready for spring sowing and well recommended and sober men. a humbi g » and not suiting the wants of the
will remove withhis family to A-hland.
building insured at one half it3 actual the river bars. Yours, O. G t . ney .
farmers and teamsters, etc.» etc.
fencing. The 6oil is a heavy black None others need apply.
W.’s jk^^f'-in-oo has already given to as Redmond was on old mountaineer
Tho e parties that give currency and
loam from two to three feet deep, A shland , O reg . Feb. 28, 1979.
M.irsli <fc Co the contract for building be could not loso’ffs way, they would
tf* credit to the above are, no doubt, interested
"moist, but not sticky,” and very pro
a dwelling similar to Lis own cn the not Lave had to stay out in the enow
Investment. In lill ease the loss of
Wheat yields from 35 to 60 —Twenty live large sized Pei fumed Chro- in some other stock, and hfeVer owned or
lot adjoining his.
considerable bedding is somewhat in friends of education have gained bushels per acre, oats from 75 to 100 mo Motto Cahls, i;o two alike, will n ame cave the Perchcrons a trial.
in gold, post-paid, ten ten cents. Adilrcss
The Jacksonville third nine have Mr. Wallace Rogers has received a volved between the two insurance com
Bert- is whit htii.fini.E men (hat are welt
bushels per acre, barley in the same I G. B. Litcbii-ld, Litchfield, III. Please state
delared positively that they will come letter from his father who is now at the panies and himself, and a very fine
in this county say on this matter:
proportion. Tender vegetables uo not what paper you saw this advert ment in.
M arch 24 tii 1879.
to play our boys to-morrow afternoon, mines, telling him to come also, and question of equity arises in the ad-
We. the undersigned, having bred, owned
A fifteen mill tax has been voted, and do well on tho low bottoms, it is too
weather permitting. Their failure to he start»»«! on Wednesday. The letter in justinent of tbo proportion cf the loss
or used edits sire 1 by .the imported I’crch-
eron horses introduced into Oregon by W.
put in an appearance last Saturday formed him that his father had taken a tubs borne by the two companies and Phoenix is to have a Public Graded
nicely on the bills. Roots grow lo an is the best and cheapest perfume ever oil« red C. Myer, of A-bland, believe this stock to
caused ninch d:-appointment among claims below the falls. When Philips Limself. In order to protect the roof of School, and thus assert her rights and
lo tin» public tor per fuming wearing apparel,
be a valuable acquisition to Our State, as
the young men who walked about the and Oliver left no claims Had been lo his house,nearly all the blankets be had assume her proper place among the en enormous size here. I have seen car letter paper, etc., etc. Il is eve lasting,and tho-e bred here all show their origin in a
gives to line ), ¡«•iter piper, and whatever
streets with gaily coloreil shirts on, cated below the falls,- so it seems, that were wet ami spread upon the shingles, terprising towns where high civilization rots five inches through and two feet also yon may wish, a most nfitiel andpkas- very Mar.kfcn nkGREE, having a square, solid
the snow lias not prevented the exten
make-tip, with good bone, fine fo in. kind
eager for the play.
and destroyeil or rendered worthless and morality predominate. With the I been gi*owa here that weighed seven fnt olor. It placed in n drawer, nt matte, disposition and good action for animals of
sion of the locating business.
Elder Martin Peteraon. of the Cliris-
by the intense beat. Bat the house assnred prospect of a public school pounds. Turnips which we pulled in lent in less than twenty minutes. Mailed tbeir size. Tbbse old er.C'igh to work give
1 S;lBf teti >n on the farm br toad as
iian church, will preach the funeral
was saved. The blanket®, insured in house with capacity to accommodate at July weighed ns high as seventeen postage free, to any address o i rrc«-ipt oi god
THAT R. A. JOIIN'STOX
animals, and find a ready maiket at
<>no company, were taken out and least 200 pupils and no drinking nor pounds. We have uo ferren or sorrel; the price, 25 cents ? ddre?3 G. B. Litch ti e highest priees tor which wmk horses
discourse of the lute Wesley Mitchell
field, Illit)O;s, and please state what naper
next S:in«l »y morning at eleven o’clock E d ’ s T idings .-
placed where they would inevitably be gambling dens, wo can row conscien the soil is clean. Fruit is scarce. It you saw this notice in.
[¡1I6 1 r are fold. Tne produce from the half bloods,
c »Its aud fillies, show the Percb*sroD in foruu
f Much 21st appears damaged, in order to save the property
in tLe Presbyterian church. Oot of
does well on Snako river in the warm
respect to tl»e memory of tbo ¿«»parted nn account of an interview between insured in another company. Had
In view o! these facts there can be no
sandy soil, and out towards the Colum led with nervousness, are disheartened, tired
Rev. W. T. Chapman lias announce*! yourselves and Mr. R. A. Johnston, in they not been placed there the whole settle among and partake with us of bia. Some few have out orchards of life, fear death or feel out of sorts, as the ■ oubt that the introductloh of the Perch-*
has and will cause A Valuable improve
that the regular morning services in which ho denies certain allegations house would lia^o been destroyed, in the benefits and pleasures resulting that look well and have yielded a little saying is, you may safely conclude that you er-in
of cur common stc>8k, and add to the
made by your Linkvine correspondent, cluding the blankets, unless they had from obedience to the law of God and fruit. Yet, on account of the altitude The liver is very apt to become torpid this financial interests of thecountrv.
the M. E church will be omitted.
The last of Mr. Applegate’s band of in cm.srqnence of which we,as citizens been removed. The blankets saved
and short season, I fear wo will never se ison bi the year, as poisons arising from S. ,C. Taylor,
the house and doubtless the furniture,
tame d«-er are gone. At one time lie
in >re numerous and are, through inhaietiona
his Gospel sermons last Sabbath to a
G. W. Fordyce,
hail eight nr ten in tho orchard near bound to corroborate yonr correspon hence both insurance companies are in
taken into the blo»«l. Unless the liver is 1’. Dunn,
large and appreciative audience. lie
W. F. Songetv
and active and furnishes a supply of 7. Chapman;
Lis house, but tho dogs would occas dent’s statement.and add that this man equity bound to pay a share of the
Steck require littlo feed in the winter strong
A. F. Randal,
ionaPv get among them and kill or run R. A. Jobns’on is a bilk of the first damage to blankets. But as the burn
and some winters remain fat on the ties, the above-mentioned Symptoms are (! ). Denegar^
■off one or more, until only two were wafer, and a professional dead beat, as ing of tho house would havo involved
to follow, and if not hc-e le 1, in iy end E. Goer;
Vandiver’s appointment at Colvers’ nntive glasses alone. The country is sure
left. These were a*t£cke«l by a pack
well watered by pure, bold springs.
Flower proves itself the Great Liver 1 I conld with the above git like endows?”
panio.’, the policy covering only half Hall is the 2d Sunday iu April, the Tho rivers and some of the small Frailie
of dogs la-t Friilay night, one being here will certainly prove.
Panacea. Its action on the liver is diflbrent
lie came here about Nov. 1st, 1878, be valne of tho property, Mr. Huck, loth, instead of 23.1 (as per mistake in streams are fringed with timber. from any medieme ever compounded. It: rnc’nt from parties that hove bred dr ownedT
killed and the other run off to the hills.
the T idings cf 21st inst.)
cures are truly wonderful. Try it. in:c«-s tonng stock from my Lorses in California,
In reference to tbs base ball chal and b"gah work in connection with it is claimed is liable for bis share, too,
Mr, Colver has tendered the United
twen'y-five centsan«l seventy-five cents. I’or Umpqua and Willamette Villas,* Eastern*'
lenge. so boldly thrown out by the Mr. Dennis Crawley in the logging for the damago. We believe Mr. Sex Brethern Society of this place, ground from the river bottoms and Coeur sale by C hitwood A A tkinson *.
( «■, /f
Oregon. Wasbft)»pon, Mabb anti M rrtana*
pickctl nine of Jacksonville, the mem business, and thus obtained the confi ton reebmmeaded that the companies for a Parsonage and Church site, and d’Aleno mountains. This timber is
--IH om a’l parts of the country reports Territories and British Columbia.
bers cf the first nine of this place say dence of severa’ of the business men. pay a liberal share of the loss, and we they propose to accept the proposition pine, fir, tamarack, yew, balm, moun come of the immense sales and incre .sing
deinantl for that deservingly popular Sew
they wouldn't uiiml pw.yiug'* a game, who believed him to be a working man. presume th«y will consider it to their and build as soon as they may fee! tain maple, aspen, thorn and willow.
ing Machine, ’’ he Old and Reliable “S tan
l»nt as they wonld have no assurance
Our only transportation is by wav of dard
," the price ot which the proprietors
that morn than six or ecv>. n innings
Snake river and Columbia. The boats wisely reduced to $20 including all the at
Pride of Perche
would be played before the game Hotel, and soon began a vigorous pat nix, and a fctcign consolidated com- healing He is reduced to almost a run all the season, when the rivers are tachments, and at ODce secured for them r
among the people, far beyond WaS selected in France by ¡he same jlarl/’
would be broken up, they do not feel ror.agc of the saloon, (which be had pany, and the loss is divided between skeleton.
free of ice, to Lewiston. The landings ..popularity
attained by any other machine who brought out old* L oth N a ZOL kon (he'
incline«l to try it. They say the Jack
nearest Colfax are Almota, Penewawa at any price, the consequence «1 which is, then had 23 years experience with this*
If tho payments are made with as
are leaving the old high price! ma stock) and was purchased from'one of the*
sonville boys couldn’t make it interest hinting around quietly tint ho owned
the 23d last, to marry Mr. John Nys- I and Wawawa. At all these landings agents
seeking territory for ti e ‘•S tan
¡Dg for them in less thm nine innings.
warehouses have been erected, stores, dard .” and Knowing
from experience that best breeders io France, and his prdluce in'
Tulare County, Cal : stated that he bad exj.eit, the fire here will doubtless
with the best goods at the lowest price they this state show him to be a No. 1 etocP
For about a week the weather has
other wedding is on the tapis on Wag
a family over at Grants Pass, and was
except in the beds of the streams; no can outsfeil al) other Machines, whero the horse.
been very similar to that usually ex going to bring them out litre, routed have advanced tho future interests of ner creek.
superior quality and low price is made
the companies in (bls section. Fire
perienced in the Willameite valley at
The queston for discussion on next rock only along the rivers, aud once in known. This splendid Machine combines
two houses.and engaged several board insurance Las become almost a necess
a while a rocky point crops out on tbo all the improvements. Is far aheid of all
this time of year. It ha3 been raining
ing places for their accomodation, bnt ity in these days, and the owner of Saturday evening, tho 29th inst., at south hillsides; no sage-brush.
almost constantly, and |t times pretty nev r paid any money. He talked
ease of management, light running and cer
town property that is liable to damage Colver’s Hall is: "Resolved that the use
Our climate is vory healthful; not so tainty of operation, is sensibly made upon
heavily. T«ie creeks have risen consul recklessly of the fabulous sums he
by fire cannot feel secure in his poss
erably, and some slight damage has
the interests of tho laboring classes.” much rain as iu Jackson county, yet sound principles, with positive working
could comm »nd and didn't seem to care essions without his insurance policy.
parts all steel, and can lie safely put down
been dons by washing to seeded particularly for money, said ho was a
ARABIAN BBY and BOBBY BURNS'
Affirmative—Sherman, Birkhead, Clay more snow. Oar coldest weather this as the very perfection of a Serviceable Shut
ground. There is plenty of water for nephew cf IF S. Hyde. President of
tie Dotib'e Thread S-wing Machine, in
ton, Crider and Dunlap. Negative.—
More snow fell than we have ever bad every particular, that wi 1 outlast any Ma Will each serve a limbed number of mares*
miners now, but if the warm rains con the Visalia Bink, and that lie had sev
I he following is the local weather re
chine, and at a price far down below any and will be at my stables. A ra M a I t B oy
tinue tho snow nporf* the mountains eral thousand dollars on deposit in port for the week ending March 25tb, Williamson. A general invitation is in this county since we came here. Our other. It is thoroughly warranted for five
$35 to insure.
Boninr B ibnb , the Shet
Summers are cocl and pleasant.
will be melted, and the summer supply
a’ 6 A. M and 12 m .
years. Kept in order free ot charge. And land, $15 to insure.
S quibs .
of water wasted.
sent to any part ot the Country for examin
I Hyde in verious
thermt ’ r .
sums ranging from DATE.
ation by the customer before paj ment of the
Last week th? dispatches of the asso
cents per week. Will
Tarties who have just passed over the
Tapiaco, sago, canned citron, canned bill. We can predict equally as large a
not be liable for ac-’
roa«l from Ashland to this place, state
lemon and chocolate can be had at Dr. demand for them in this seclion as in oth«?rs.
that they found a sack containing mail going to send to his wife or brother to
the death of the wife of Gen. Sherman Chitwood’s.
Families fleshing the best Machine manu
matter stowed away in Mr. Parker’s get cashed for him. He finally con
20 Rain.?........ :...
factured should wnte direct to the Factory
and the serious illness of the General
barn between Ashland and Linkville. eluded to engage rn the saw mill busi
at Newport. Every one supposed it
It is now stated that by the overflow And enterprising persons wishing to seize
Th» y also fonnd auotber sack of mail
W« C. MYER.
at Szegedin 120,000 persons were ren- the chance should apply for so desirable an
in a public room of Roberts’ hotel in ness Limself, saying that his Uncle
correct the error. Maj. Gen. Thos W. dered homeless, 8,200 out of 10.000 agency. See adveitisement in an other part
Alkali valley where it hail been for Hyde had a first class portable mill,
24 i Hain...................
Sherman was referred to. He has since houses were destroyed, aud 1,900 per- ofjthis paper Address. Staml «r.l Machine
ASHLAND, ........... obegon ’
Co., Cor t- kdway and Clinton Place,
three weeks.—Lake View Herald.
which he was auxiou3 that Johnston
March 24, 1879.‘ 42lt.
Comity ?s«« pelili tend ent’s Report.
T hanks .—We take this method cf
returning thanks to all who generously
extended us their aid during tho late
destructive firo. It may seem rather
late now, but our gratitude is nono the
less sincere b cause id that.’.
J. M. M c C all «fcÇo.
Look to Your Iritèièstó!
Pdioßä ùé P uoedì
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