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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1879)
A ccident —N arrow E scape .—Lat-t
A little daughter of J. G. Vandyke,
S ilver M ines in O regon .—From
indications, Bakvr county, Suuday morning as Eugene Rockfellow
aged about nine years,died on Wednes- present
M. E. CHURcrr.—Serviee» every Sow
The following »»the local weather re-
.APRIL 25, 187 9
soon become as celebrated was returning from Jacksonville with >ort for the week ending April ±lad, pay at H A. m . and 7.30 p . m . Sunday
day. Fnneral from Mr. Vandyke’s ’
house in Ashland this (Friday) morn- I for the production of xtbe precious Miss Frances Myer in one of Mr. < at 6 a . m . and 12 m .
School at 3:30 with Bible classes for ■; * ••
ing at ten o’clock.
> metal as Nevada or Utah. No country Phillips new baggies, be met with an DATE-
old and young. Prayer meeting avc»y
The S. F. Call says: Having .joined in the world has ever produced richer accident from which be naripwly
Thursday evening at 6.30, A geweraE
Dracomers are on the wing.
development for the same amount of escaped serious injary. Coming down
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invitation and a cordial wolewcae to all.
SpriDg fever has already many vio-
moat successfully in Oakland on the., labor expanded, as can be seen at the the hill jast this side of Jacksonville,
W. T. CDaiwLU^dMlpr.-
subject, Calvin B. McDonald is about several places now being worked, Mr..R. wpa pitting rather loosely, in
Rev. J. H. Vandever wiH preach in
A robber stamp man has been
particularly at one known as the Rye a manner more appropriate lor up hill
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the Presbyterian oh arch next Sabbath
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gaged to lecture against the nse of in Valley, or old Green diecôvery; which driving,and as the wheels of the baggy
11 o’eloek a .
It is reported that an opium den toxicating liquors, under an engage is now being csrried on by company struck a croaa-hreak andchecked the
exists in Corvallis.
ment with Hon. Wm. R. Dunbar, G. of some of the moat prominent citizens vehicle suddenly, he was thrown) over
Gen. Joe. t^ane is very ill at hie W. Ç. T. of tbe I. O. G. T. of that of Portland.— Statesman.
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him as be went, and lauded on the
borne in Roeebjirg.
T he L ake C ounty M ails .—From the tongne. Tbe hor*«e started to run,
4 “ bit ” of an election .
Spring travel ia bsgnining to. enliven - • By order ef General McDowell, coin- Lal^e View Herald we le»fp , that tbe
and Miss Myer jumped ouv of tbe
800 chain for Mie cheap for cash at
the streets of, Ashland.
mending tbe Military Division of the service on Colwell’s route h still far buggj without receiving any hurt.
J. M. M c C all A Co’s
The Methodist Sunday School of
Mr. Rufas Cote, of the stage station, Pacific, .the names of the following from what it should be. Tbe last issue “Gene” bad dropped the reins as be
military posts iu this department have of tbe Herald contains the following: was falling, but fortunately they both this place announces a gathering of all
was in Ashland this week.
friends of tha School, and others who
The Good Templars’ May Day picnic been changed-* Fort Vatwonvqz ^(p.. “Xgreal psrijof t^e mail which went fell where be was able to catch them as love a good time, at the church on the
If the customers of Geo. Nutley
Vancouver Barracks. Fifrt Boise Trr out bn*ttie route' toward- Ashland, one hews» lying^On th*, pole, and he
may be classed as doubtful.
evening of May, 1st. One of the knew how those to whom he is owing
.Mr. Sol., Abrams«, one'of Roseburg’s B»wa Barrtusks. Qonp Harney to Fort week ago last Monday, returned a few brought the team to a stand, after they principal items on the programme will want their money, they would nnqaes
prominent .merchants, Wa8 iH 'town last t Harney, and Csmp- Cœur d’Alene to days afterward so badly damaged as to bad gone about sixty yards with him be the.Election and crowning of the tionaWy respond immediatly.
G eo . N utley *
Fort Cœur d’Alene.
render much of it unfit tor any pur clinging to the i^dgnC."* He says be
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A party of two gentlemen and fonr pose and wholly uniatefhgibto. Tbe doesn't particularly enjoy that kind of
Three young ladies will bo named as
We hear of a “wedding in high Hie’*,
Notite to Contractors.
young la lies started for Jacksonville whole bundle,of Herald? .directed to riding. •
to be conaammated in Ashland on the
candidates, and the one receiving the
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last Tuesday morhfng, and when they
.first of May.
E xtending th ! N orthern . R ail - greatest number of votes will be
Sealed proposals will be received
bad gone about a mile, one of tbe Yisoax, eq badly damaged that tbe
Oar Correspondents are unusually horses.of their team began to frisk Postmaster at tbat place could ; aot road . —8, J3. J^ontsgtoe, Chief Engi crowned “Qaeen of the May,” with ap nntil noon on Saturday« May 10tb,1879,
at Ashland, Oregon, for the following,
silent.. We should like to hear from about in such a manner as to frighten i read the superscription,hence returned neer of the Central Pacifia Railroad, propriate ceremonies and addresses,
viz.* Two hundred thousand brick in Tbo Tmpnrtat PeroberoQ Stallion,
them of tenor.
the ladies so much that two ot them them. Letters were returned ia the
the kiln, delivering the sanae—furnish
Resident Engineer of.. tbe California voting in this election end we under ing lime and sand—laying tha brick in
Miss Fannie Dowell, of Jacksonville, jumped out of the wagon and walked same condition.’*
' PRIDE OF PERCHE
ia io Aablaod, visiting at Mra^
W<a back te towri. ’ Tbe rest proceeded op * A nother B rick B uilding .—Messrs. and Oregon Railroad,left Sacramento stand that “repeating” is not, in thia the wall—rates per thousand^ first and
on Friday morning in the Engineer’s case, considered a crime. The yenng seoond story—furnishing lumber and *. •. •
their way without forther trouble.
Fountain A Farlow, A. D. Helman and
beginning AprB W
other material, and labor, for the com
oar,'Sacramento, for a trip over the people anticipate a good tìnte.
Tbe Maanus have a fine new secre
The Jacksonville school nine sent to Dr- Inlow intend to build, upon their
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aadocntinwe |itt Jjily.lat.
town of Ashland, Oregon, 47 by 60 feet.
tary’s desk in >b»ir lodge xvQm, -mad*1 this place's challenge to the second lota in the “burnt district” in a short Norther Railway as far as Willows
Tnesdays apd Wednesdays at the livery
station, tha lerminus of the road. At
Plans and specification» in detail stable of Plymhle, Jacksonville, and Mon
by Marsh A Co.
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this point they will (ake teams and drive
L. S. Powell, Supt. of Publio In furnished on application.
day, a .' u., fhureday, r. M., Friday and
Now is the time to have job work 31 of May. As there is no second make one brick building answer tor all.
Bids wanted on each division sepa
across the oonntry to Red Bluff,tor the sanction in Oregon, baa arranged for
art ajr of each'week at my stables nRar
neatly aud promptly done at tbe 1 nine here there can be no game. We The building will be two stories high.
rately. Tbo right reserved to reject
put pose of locating the extension of a teaobera’ institute for this county, to any or all bids.
understand that the Jacksonville third On the ground floor will be the post-
T idings O ffice .
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Mr. J. W. Riggs killed a deer at the nine refusé to c< Jné here again for the offioe aud two stores, one to be occu- tbe California-and Oregon road at tbat Supt. Powell has appointed County ing Committee,
warm springs, near the Eagle mill, last deciding game unless a second nine pjedjuy Fountain A FarloW" and tbe point or Tehama, as shall be deemed Supt. J. D. Fountain and tbe teachers
P. D unn ,
goe$ from this place to play the school other by Dr. Inlow as a drug store.
C. H ill ,
tbp most feasible. J An engineer and of tbe publio school of Jacksonville as
M c C all ,
The ladies of tbe M E Church will
party have been surveying the pro a committee of arrangements, and we
W agner ,
The first imported French stattioa that
Says the Roseburg Start The ladies several rooms to let aa offices or lodg posed route tor about two weeks and shall publish their programme of ex
give an ice cream and strawberry festi
n 45 8 w .
W. H. A tkinson , ever came west of the Alleghenies came
of Round Prairie have a novel way of ing apartments, and tbe back part of have it now about completed. When ercises in due time. The institute
val as soon as tbe berries- are ripe.
into Union county.Ohio.in 1851. Thia horse
the building will bo fitted up as a hall,
the extension has been built, passen held a short time since at Roseburg, in
Rev. M. A. Williams will preach at killing crows They attach a grain of
was called Louie N apoleon , and showed th»
lodge room, or something of the kind.
gers from San Francisco to points od Douglas connty, waa a notable success,
at tbe PresbyteriaQ chnrch in this f corn to a horae-huir of considerable
Value of this stock. Up to 1869 there
’'Thia wjlj make business for tbe
tbe Northern Railway as far as Red and will be productive of much good.
place next Sunday morning at the length. The corn is placed in the way
were 62 more imported into the United
of the birds, and of course is devoured mechanics and will graetly improve Bluff will take a connecting train at Jackson connty ahonld not be behind A Good Boat nnd Sheemaker States, and in the hat 10 years there have
by them, after which they kill them that portion of Main streut;
been 566 imported. Some counties in Ohio
Davisville, on the ‘ California Pacific hand in taking advantage of this op
- The proprietors of the Ashland selves in their endeavors to remove the
Illinois give business to 12 to 15 im.
S almon H atching .—The 8aleu^ road and go directly through.—Yreka portnnity to advance her educational
Wooten Mills are considering the ad
A first class boot and shoemaker will
ha r from their throat.
Try the/ Statesman says.* * Mr. R D. Home, one JournaL
stallions m well as a naBber of
interests. Following is the addreBs of find work by applying to the sub-
visability of using the electric light in
experiment if yon want to see bow
grades. The grades of this stock are now
of the leading cannerymen on the
scriber at the Tolman Tannery, Only going into the Cbieago aad New York mar
N ew M ining E nterprise —We learn the State Super into ndent.-
effectually it works.
Columbia riter, makes a proposition that a company is about being formed To T eachers and S chool O fficers :
a steady man need apply.
Two boys were arrested by the mar
kets, and readily bring 50 to 75 per c«aV
Wells Fargo & Co. have reduced which should bn.accepted by the pro
We also want customers for a large more than the ommcn stock of work horses.
to develope the old Fowler- quartz
shal of Gervais a few days since,, for
Your attention is hereby called to
their chargesou small packages, letters, prietors of, the canneries on that river
ledge on Steamboat.
There will be tbe session of a Teachers’ Institute, to stock of fine leather, and leather goods
smoking opium. They were sentenced
The above shows the reputation this tock
; etc. PackatieH and parcels not exce*d- 1 and agreements entered into at once.
ton incorporators,five of whom,Messrs. be held in Jacksonville, Jackson now on hand and for sale at the tan ba«, where they have had over ?5 years
to the lock-up for five days each.
I ing one pound m weight, nor $10 in ' He will contract to put 3.000,000 sal
Heard. Cook, B? F. Dowell, E. K. County, Oregon, on the 22nd, 23d and nery.
Two Chinamen have been convassing value, will be carried between all
experience with them.
mon into the Columbia annually for Anderson and Jacob Ish, are Jackson
tha matter of opening a laundry in offices west of Ogden, Utah, for twenty
ten years at $5,000 per year. He has county men,and tbe remaining five are, 24th days of May, 1879. Every teacher
See the money brought into this county by
Ashland, bnt have probably decided five cents. Gold, silver and currency
had much experience in hatching sal- we believe, Portland capitalists. The and every person proposing to teach
tbe sale of W hitb Pai nce colts bq 4 fillies,
not to do so, as they have left town
daring tbe present season, who is
packages, not containing over $ 0, mon in Rogue River and fully under
There have been 45 head sold and taken out
witbin reasonable distance of the place T^lrty-thrce Head of Brood of the county, which brought $13,317, m *
Apple trees are ia fall bloom, and will also be carried between any of the stands the undertaking. The proprie
judging from tbe appearance of the company’s offices on the Pacific coast tors of fisheries are tl)e ones directly be $250.000, of which the ten iocorpor of meeting, ought to attend and partic
average price <ti «early $296 each, they
ators will take $100,000, leaving $150,- ipate in its wbrk and share its benefits.1
tree*, theoeop this year will fully make fdt’ twenty Ave cents.
interested; !4hd they should take Motion 000 to be pat upon the market. This
They are well-bred, fins stock, alt were mostly sold wkiea under two years old.
op tbe deficiency of that of last year.
Anyone in need of a cook may have at once. All the establishments on the in the famous ledge which W. W.
young and of good elze. Also fifteen' nasy of them at weahtog lime. They were
trJfen io^litorni^ijhatern Oregon, Wa«h-
A young man named George Wii- th» osc that W- Stow, ot tbe Union Columbia will be in operation this
Fowler and Maj. Glenn worked to such pecially is this true of the young and head of geldings from four to six year» iugtcyi and ^aho.Totritorios, and faver^o
4M* was killed by a falling rock recently, Hotel, has lost, if he can find him. season, saving one or two, we are in
good advantage some years ago. It is inexperienced teacher. School officers, old, and ten head of yearling colts. repo ta have came from all,-aad Iu
while working io the hydraulic mine A man oame into town one day last formed, all reports to the contrary not-
said that of the quartz which they were and friends of tbe educational work For particulars inquire at the
lasunces the purchasers hiw ordered or
of Bennett A Miller on Salmon River, week, and stopped at ths restaurant,-^ withstawding.
cd me'Bild bought »¿re.
ing oat at their most fortnnate generally, are oordially invited tc meet
inquiring Tor-work. Mr. S told him
A shland , O on .
W hite P rince has not made a reason Kure
with ns and assist in every way posai*
F ratricide .—On Friday
Tbo Union says Dick Richards is i be would give him employment as a
making arra^gemcots foe -races In < cook. and. the man agreed to go to week William Huntly was killedby his hsd a small two-stamp miU, whioh did ble to make ouf common school system
A dminisiratwrlx’ Notice,
Every burtnees w»a» knows tbat larg*,
most efficient for good to the common
Yreka on the 4th and 5th of July, aud work on Monday. Before Monday brother Harrison at the home
not work very will, however, anc
horses bare always baea la
otice is hereby given that
haa raised funds enon gh to insure sue- ! arrived however, he bad departed, latter, on John Day river, about 75 crashed most of tbe rock with an wealth, The executive committee haa
I have this day Keen appoints I ad demand at good pricey.
without troubling himself to settle for miles from The Dalles. There bad arastras. After taking out some $300,- arranged a good programme, and made
ministratrix of the estate of Wesley Mitch
other necessary arrangements to insure ell, deceased. Ther jfore all parsons indebt
been an emnitjr between the brothers
Call on Fountain A Farlow and se- tbe victuals he bad eaten while waiting
for some tiiLe, and Harrison bad for
the sacceS8 of the Institute. School ed to s lid estate are requested to settle the
eure bargains —They offer good.« at fbr tbe day on which ha waa to begin
There I as been a good deal said about
ved in a law suit which cost them over directors could not do a better thing sainq immediately, and nil persons having
claims against said estate are notified to the Percberbn stock tbht I have introduced
panic price». They, also have a few work. “Gone but not forgotten,”- •
for their schools than urge their teach pre-ent the same to me at my incidence in
Last Friday William went thither with
goods slightly damaged by the late fire,
F rescoing .—J. N. Terwilliger is two of his sisters, aDd while they went abandoned the mine. Messrs. Heard ers to attend thia Institute, even with Ashland, Jackson county, Oregon, duly on this coart at grea't eost, being a failvbb ,
which they are selling at a great sac introducing a new style of decorative
within six month-« from the date of • humbug , and not suking the wants of the
into the bouse waited for them in the and Cook have been working upon tbe out requiring them to make up for the verified,
of this nutice. Given farmers and teamstera, etc., etc.
rifice.. . .. L*
art for Ashland. He is now engaged frqnt yard.
Harrison, seeing his ledge for more than a year, and by the time spent in attendance.
ttnaer my hand at Ashlaud, Oregon, this
Tho^e parties that, give currency and
The treat season has opened. Four ’ in frescoing the ceiling of one of the brother in the garden, approached him prospects they Lave shown have suc
2nd day of April, 1879.
L. J. P owell ,
credit to the above aret.no doubt, interested
determined looking fisherman went np rooms of Mrs. AL W. H ar gad ine's and ordered him off the premises. Hot ceeded in inducing men of means to
in some other stock, and (never owned or
Sup’t Public Instruction.
the canyon of Ashland creek tbe other residence. The “modern improve words ensued, and Harrison Seized a
gave tbs Percherons a trial.
day, and returned after many hours ments” are reaching us.
Here is what bkuabljc mkn tbat are well
spade end struck William a blow upon little doubt tbat rock will be 6tuck as
with three speckled fish, about six j A ttached .—AU the available pro the bead whioh canned his death in rich as tbe old vein which yielded so
—F rom a'l parts of the country reports known io this county aay on this matter:
of lbs immense sales and increasing
inches in length.
Another disastrous inundation is re come
perty of M. Colwell, the mail contrac about 24 hours. The murderer haa well for Fowler <fc Glenn, in which
We. tha undenigp^, having btfd, owned
demand for tbat deservingly popular Sew
ported from Hungary,
Mach anxiety for tbe yenng fruit tor on the Lak« county route, has beeo been arrested and awaits trial in the
ing Machine, The Old and Reliable “S t ^ n - or used, Catsa sired by th» imported Perch-
was felt last Sunday night,when a cold attached by creditors. As- the report county j-.fi at the Dalles.
William Young was found dead in bis dabi »,” the price or which tbe proprietors eron borsee nrtrwinfsrd into Oregon by W.
oming to a H ead .—It seems likely
wisely reduced to $20 including ail tbe at C. Myer, of Ashland, believe this stock to
bed last Thursday at Olympia, W. T.
north wind swept up the valley, but of tbe termination of hia business on
tachments, and at once eecurod for them a be a valuable acquisition to our state, as
S trange P henomenon . —A 'curious
we have heard of none being injured, the line spread abroad, creditors were
Two tidal waves were preoeptible in popularity among tbe people, far beyond tbo*e bred here ell show their origin in a
although there was quite a heavy frost flying about, looking for something to phenomenon -was witnessed by a better service of the Lake county mails. the harbor at Gloucester, Mass. Yes that ever yet attained by any other machine veby mabkbb dkgbkx , having a square, solid
On Monday last Post Master Helman terday.
at any price, the consequence wt which is, make-up, with good bene, Mae form, kind
size, npon.t In one or two cases the gentlemen of Rosebuag on Sunday
agents are leaving the old bigb priced ma disposition and good action for animals of
received notice from the assistant Post
Preparations continue at Philadel chines. and seeking territory for tbe *-8 tan - their size. Those old enough to work give
Mr. Sam*! Hamilton and his boys attachments are “two deep.” The con morning last. He ras walking along
Master General, if the irregularities phia for the reception of General dabii .” Knowing from experience that good satisfaction on the farm or rond as
etarted oq Tuesday, for the Brtgga’ stable was compelled to begin tbe at the railroad track south of ■ town, and
upon this mail route are as they have Grant.
wiib tbe beat goods at tl o lowest price they team animals, and . 8nd a ready market at
•creek auioee, taking provision* enough tachment business about twelve o’clock bad reached the point whore the
outsell all o her Machines, where the the highest pric<*s tor jrbich work horse«
Many of the striking miners are em superior
wagop road going east crosses the track- been reported, to hire some one (at a
quality and low price is made are told. Tire produce from the half bloods,
.to laat them a good many week*. Tney Tuesday night.
from England to the United known. Tbis
splendid Machine, combines cdtu and fillies, show the Percheron in form
It had just ceased raining,and the sun,
■riil go to work on their claims as soon
F lourishing .—J. B. Rigdon, State bursting through the passing clouds, through on schedule time until the States aDd the Colonies.
all the improvements. Is far ahead of all and make-up.
•s they reach tbe camp.
In view of these facts tbc-e can be n<>
Mr. George S. Vest, the new senator others in betuty and durability at iis work, r’oubt
Deputy, I. O G. T., paid an official
contractor or his agent can make
'that tbe introduction of the Percb-
Tbe spell of webloot weather which visit to Lone Oak Lodge on “Stickey”
arrangements for the proper perform from Missonria, is the shortest man in tainty of operation, is sensibly made upon eron has and will cause a valuable improve
the United States Senate.
had been haugiag over us for more last Saturday, and found tbo lodge in a
sound principles, with poM'ive working ment of our common slock, and add io the
ance of the service. On Wednesday
parts al! steel, and can be safely put down financial interests of the country.
than a week «oded last Monday night, flourishing condition, with an increas
morning Messrs. C. Kubli and Newman
at Salt Lake for $100,000. for an us the very perfection of a Serviceable Shut 8. Vandyke,
and has been succeded by clear warm ing liât of members. The farmers' -in
days, which will make gratis grow with that region, who have put in much falling, to the earth. He watched it bondsman, came np to Ashland to see
every particular, that wi 1 outlast any Ma U. F. Blake,
■* * until it struck tbb ground. No audible
Dr. Talmage, of Brooklyn, who was chine, and at a price far down below any I*. Dunn.
G. W. Foraycs,
« rapidity that will astonish ths stock. more grain this year than ever liefore.
W. F. Songer,
sound was produced by the concussion, what canid be doue in the matter. As on trial recently by the Presbytery for other. It i3 thoroughly warranted for five D. Chapman,
A little son of Mr. Adeu Spencer, ijBve reason, hw twla na, tn rejoice over
yet the ball burst into a thousand
who lives a short distance south of the prospect of excellent crops. The
sent to any part of tbe Country for examin D. Paregar,
matter with bis prosecutor.
fragments. On goiDg to the spot where
ation by tbe customer before payment of the E. Goer,
town,-, bad bis band badly cut the other fields of Messrs. Paine and Barneberg
A syndicate of New York bankers bill. We can predict equally as large a J. B. Hunyar I,
the object bad , fallen, hundreds of the mails through for an uncertain
a hatchet in tbe bands of bis were mentioned as looking particularly
has made a subscription of $190,000,- demand for them in tbia section as in others. Rev. M. A. Williams Wm. Ray,
diminutive frogs hopped sway. We length of time at the figure to which 000
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of 4 per cent, the largest single Families desiring the best Machine manu
hitwood dfesBed the well. • • r .
Mr- Helman has been limited. To
subscription ever made in the world.
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factured should write direct to tbe Factory-
I could-with The above get like endorse
wound, aud think« th«
And enterprising persons wishing to seize, ment from parties Ibatthare bred or owned
FrusiGHTf ng C ommencing —OuTa-s sikowert of jB^aL-buyAiever before did carry the mail at all will reqnire the
The situation in Morooooi from fam the chance should apply tor so desirable an
be rnuoh disfigured.
day last Mr. Andrew D »vidson started we read of showers of frogs.—Roseburg outlay '61 i laPge sum of money, for.tbo ine and ciàease is reported
most agency. Sec adret tisement in an other ¡»art young stock from my horses in California,
purchase of stock, purchase and trans-
Mr- M. Fisher, of San Fraocitco, i for Reading with three teams, well 1‘laindealer.
òhil- of this ¡taper Address. Standard Machine Utnpqna and Willamette valleys, East»fa
pertafion nf feed, etc., (there is no feed
reached Ashland last Saturday night, i loaded, and he will no doubt find
t’o., Cor. .* t dway and Clinton Place,* Oregon. Waabingloa, f<abo and Mm tana
on the route) and unleaaMBaured of the
S tage A ccident .—Oh Monday after certainty of 'Continuing the business ring daily.
and, after spending Sunday with bis J plepty. of freight awaiting transporta-
Territories and British Columbia.
brother-in law, Mr. Baum, went to ‘ tion northward This is the first’ trip
for several jnonths-po one would be
The skull of Capt tin Jack, the Mo
Jacksonville on Monday. Mr. F. will of the season, and the road9 are still C A O. stage company, on the Scott warranted io undertaking it at all. So doc chief who was banged for the mur
THE UIQARV STALLION,
probably remain in the valley during bad enough to make it a rough one. Valley route, started to run when at except in the improbable event of some der of Gen. Camby, adorns the
one taking the contract for a abort library of the Jewett Scientific Society
Pride of Perche
tbe summer. He reports business dull On Wednreday Messrs. Nortor, Million
time, the bondsmen, Messrs.Kubli and of Lockport.
in San Francisco.
Fisher, will be under obligations to
I and McCall aim started teams for
Louis Teuton who attempted,
Was selected in France by ibe same party
steps at once to perform the ser on ▲ a St. wager,
The Base Ball club entertai ament id ! Reading, loaded with fnrs, d*>er hi les,
brought out old Louis N apoleon (ho
l>as»«nger were unable to oheck them. vice. We trust they will be able to Budweiser beer without getting drunk,
tbe Academy last Saturday evening, bacon, flour, etc. Mr. Woodson has
then bad 23 yean axperience with thia
The animals ran about 100 yards, secure a satisfactory service, for the peo was carried home on a dray, a sadder,
had a very fair audience, notwithstand sent a team to Lake county.
stock) and was purchased fro® one of tbo
keeping the road, but just as they were and are determined to have justice Budweiser man.
Will make the ensuing season, liest hr co !en iu France, and his produce in
ing tbe in favorable weather, which
S teamship L ost —Tbe steamship making the torn - at the base of the done
commencing April 7th and exil this stute show him to be a No. ! stock
kept many away. Tbe performance Gréât Republic went usbore in«ide the
.grad*, »he*wagon ran upon the side of
coal pit near Mons. Belgium, setting ing July 1st, at the stables of C. Io.-so
was even better than at tbe previous Columbia river bar last Saturday,
fire to the woodwork of the shaft, 240
the bank, pitching Halleck off his seat
■ entertainment, and was quite creditable morning. She Lad about eight hun
miners were shut in at lastacoounts, 85 F. Blake, one mile east of Ashland,
and to the ground. The animals
Trims 8** the Meason.
on Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
had been rescued.
to our amateur artiste.
dred passeDgera on board, all of whom continued a short ways, and repeating
Tbe democrat says that there is a were taken off by tugs, at last accounts the act, the wagon was tipped over on remaining in the postoffice at Ashland,
A terrible conflagration in Eureka, day of each week.
Nevada, last Friday night consumed a
young man ia Albany who wears a cane except a few who preferred remaining its side.' Tbh wheelers fell down and
third of the town and left four hundred
and otberjgood clothes on Bandaye.and on board, as it was thought the vessel were dragged ab mt fifty yards by tha
slashes aroand li7ely amoDg the girls, would be taken off without damage. It leaders before stopping. When things Clark, F.
condition. The total loss of property ie
S ir R oderick is a dark bay AR ABM M BOY
who is wanted by his deserted wife at is rumored in town, but upon what righted, an inventory of damages Hanin, M! m Ellie
estimated to be nearly a million dollars. with no white; four years old, and Will each serve a limited nntaber of num
Hockenmlth, Mis* R K
MaDsiilon, Stark county, Ohio. That foundation we do not know, that the sustained was taken. It was found Henry, Andrew
A singular and almost unprecedented will weigh about thirteen hundred and will be at my sublet. A eabiam Bor
paper proposes to pablish bis name if steamship has gone to pieces and tbat that Halleck was braised and cut Irving, Jjhn
phenomon has been ob pounds. His sire was old C apt . $35 to Insure. B obby B uk \ m . ‘U c S^cG
« Jordon, Miss Ethel
he doa’t send for hia wife or go to her. ten lives were lost. L ater —From around the bead, and slightly injured Jack»<>n, J G
in many parts of >Sn gart —dam, by L ion H eart .
land, $15 to insure.
Johnson, R A
Au exchange suggests that tbe scab
Pasturage 62% cents pe< week.
passenger, bad not sustained any Knorr, J
in the valleys and plains has been low,
in sheep is often propagated by care tbat the vessel aDd cargo are a total serious injary. The wheelers wore Markron. Philip C
the waters covered with ice, and snow
less shearers. As tbe disease is sim loss. Tbe ten men who were drowned crippled and not able to travel, and Parker, Mra L
resting on the ground, a warm south
Care will be taken to prevent cidrn la or escapes s
wind has prevailed in the uplands and
ilar to tbe itch iu human beings, tbe were sailors of tbe ship’s crew, whose the coach was slightly shattered. Mr.
S¡«Dcer, W W
among the higher Alps, where the accidents, but no liability will be
opinion seems to have weight, aDd boat capsized in tbe breakers as they Irwin happening along in hia bnggy. Torry, May A
stream remains unfrozen and the anow assumed.
those having healthful bands should attempted to land on tbe ahore. Over where we learn he is now doing well. Walia, E R
has almoat disappeared. This has been
G. W. FORDYCE,
. see that their shearers have clean
The stage arrived with the mail and Weefoci, J
especially the case in Uri, Sohwytz,
Wages, 4 J
ASHLAND, .... OREGON.;
Wood, H T
clothe on before they commence board, and were all saved, but lost all passeogerin Fort Jones about 8 P. M. Wlleon, Eether
the Grisons, Neuohatel,K9d the Bernese
A shland , O regon .
—Srott Valley Netrs.
Ober I and.
A. D. HELMAN, P. If.
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