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Fort Klaiii^tlr News-
T ill R ock P oint B iutge . —We learn
that the original propoeitiou in the
BEACH.-In>AehliuT, A41ÔI 28 h, to thu wife of
A correspondent at the mines sends E dtto » T idings .- —
MAY 2, 187»
Rock Point bridge matter has been
Mr. B. Bench, a dsiigh er.
u« the following under« recent date:
Not »eerng auy notes from this post
AtS n Delgo, GJ , April 2öth, lu
local brevities .
in your laat issue. I take the libertv of
W *Bk»’npe »n1 a #<»n,
No aid will bo solicited from the
sending you a few itsmsr
APPLE >ATE To il e wiìe-»f !.. B. Apf.l»-g'U-,S« D
county, but Haymond A Migruder,
Retd ihe special notice«
Take ville», Lake xarity, cn< tin» 28 uibi.ai.ne
White Bros , and other.» will build a
Dr- Taylor is rhsbed with dciitai
sub-tantiat Btrr#ctuj^.on their own ac having prevented ns from opening new ings at “Grunger’a Paradise’' every
count. Bds have b«cn received from claims. We are all hopeful, however, evening, Brother Gardner in tLo chair.
Passenger travel on the stage line
Our W. C. T. of KJamalh Lodge,
various partiesand the contract will be from what has been done oefore. N01
eotue up to3et matters right.
a claim has been worked 011 Silver No 191, I. O. G. T , has severed bis SHOEMAKER—On 6 ill'etrtek, A rlf LTVaJimeiine,
I let in a few days — Timet
wife cf J. Sh< eni'.ker, aged !S years.
A mas« meetiug of tho citizens of
creek but has paid well for the work musieul connection with the fife and
Mrs H. S. Emery is visiting friends
(Oregon papers j l-sw^e copy.l
Crescent City and Smiths River his
now spot».» a corporal's chevrons.
a: Rock I\iut.
been called for May 1st to consider the afternoon, at the picnic grounds iu
There was quite a stampede last
iteli io ti >4 Notice.«».
The old drama called “Rivals" baa
Mr. J. Q. Willitts returned to Ash
week to two newly
matter of a harbor of refuge and rail I
been played here in reality (I mention
land Wednesday evening.
Zieh Camerou, his mother aud Mrs. south of Silver creek, One, heading
M. E. C hurch .—Services every Sun
road to this valley.
no names for fear of bodily barm,) and
Dr. Aiken and hlisfl. Ida Martin, of I
at il a . M. and 7:30 i*. al Sunday
with Brigg’s creek,
Mr. A G. Ro:kfei;ow, sheared his I
severely hurt. Tueir horses became creek, the other.heading near Red Dug there is strong tali of a duel with School at 2:30* with Bible elassca for
in town last week.
i flock of about nine hundred sheep frightened and Jan directly toward a I
Springfield rifles ot 100 paces.
old and youDg. Prayer meeting ercry
Messrs» John Walker and Sam’l last week This is abuus the first clip fence until they nearly struck it when and running into Silver cret k, is called
The Hoi>l de Guide is rapidly increas
Thursday evening at 6:30-, A general
Grubb start teams for Reading to oi the season iu this neighborhood, they turned suddenly, and threw the Todd’s creek.
iiig in population, the Indians coDfint d
invitation and a cordial welcome to all,
Several Lili claiui3 art* being pros
i but others are fullowiug suit. Mr. li. occupant) of th<- bu,cgv violently into
the fene**. Mrs. Cameron was bully pected, but with wbat buecess I am yet there riming stock in large quantity.
W. T. C hapman , Pastor.
is having a reports the yield but moderate.
Rev. J. r
I 'o-lievf they mil leave for Yakima
bruised and bad b-r no.-e broken. Mrs.
uuaiila io say..
ladies’ parlor fitted np in good style at
Rev. Mr. Vandever vrii preaek ia
Mr. C. W. S-*vage, hi« fitted up a Brogan was i>adl» bruised unit reu
lered insensible, and Mr. C. received
the Uuluu Hotel
A cure for pugilists; carry a ten- tLe Prt shy terian church in this place,
new hotel in J «ck-oaville iu first cl .ss a eevere ent in tin* for- beud.
named Byers, from Puri land, are run-
next Sunday morning (May 4th) at the
pound log fzom reveille till reHeut.
Mr. J. T. Arant started with hi--' style, and opened last week for b-isl-
family f»»r ins ranch Iti Luke cullili} uess. Tue bou.-e ia to be kiiow.< asjb»-
Dress | ara.de once in a wLile. The
S erious A ccident . —O u Thnrsd«'
The U-iited Brethren will hold a
buys would not b? guilty cd growling
New State Hotel, aud the proprietor last Mr Joseph Hess. <4 Yankee ere» k,
Iu the T idings of April 4tb, iu a
meeting at Root’s Chappel
Mr. L. F. Willitts, who is now will spare Lio pains to give Batla arlion near Simpson’s, was out hunting, and communication from “Phil,
Pies are still iu demand end the ri tho third Saturday and Sunday (.13X11
when mounting bis horse to return Mace, Frank Rogers and myself are
teaching at Uniontown, paid Ashland to guest«.
and 18:h) in May, the Saturday meet
a visit last i5.iiurJ.iy.
Dr, Royal has moved into the home his rifle was accidentally dis mentioned as having arrived at Silver val pie makers growl as mu"li as ever.
Capt. Works’ genial face lias been ing to begin at two o’clock in vr.
Tha Imported Percheroa Stallio2r
Tue wrecked steamship,Great ll-pnb dwelling house formerly occupied by charged, the ball passing through the creek and Bill Willis as pr’toZ Now,our
lie, aud ber catgo were sold at auction
friends up there must think Fritz Mace,
opposite the Methodist church. This ing it and the bones of tho arm in a Frank Rogers and Capt. R »gers have days.
last Friday for $3.780,
MIDE OF PERCHE
The “’Theatre Cumiqne” will soon
ib a better location for an office and a fearful manner. Dr Aiken was called gone very low down in their boots if
A number of Odd Fellows of the
i Will make U»e se»s»n bcgin-fiing Apt'ft lsk
much mure pleasant aud comfortable and performed amputation on Friday 1 they have to employ a pilot to go liavo a thorough overhauling, new
Ashland L »Iga visite l their J mks aa
home than the bouse be left.
night, and although Mr. Hess is over r through any mountains oh this coast. scenes, wardrobe, eto., the troupe ex
300 chairs for sale cheap for cash at : and continue till July 1st.
ville brethreu on the 26;h.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays at the livery
Postal Agent S’eele was in Ashland seventy-five lm recovery is not nn- 1 will tell then» bow near Willis came peeling to make it tho best amateur
J. M. M c C all A Co’s
Mr. Courtney, of Soda Spring*,
uf Plym.d-*, Jacksonville, and Mon-
hall in Or»gun.
man was to being our pilot:
— - -
last Monday and favored us with u call. certain.
M., Tbicrslay, P. n.. Friday nudi
starts north to snqerinteiid
We found him a very g* nial gentle
webtoot suow shoes four days ahead of
Su u day of auch w-
t ,UJ 8tablp\ near
bis quartz ledge in a tew days.
man, and from the reports of his effi comfortable. — Sentinel.
Bill Willis and paity, aud left u trail ensuing quarter on Tuesday evening.
Mr. H. C. Hili started fur Kerbyville
! Geo. Nutley will sell for <■ /'■!< mc-n’e, I !
ciency iu the duties of his position, we
that even “Phil” might have followed April 29cii.
on Luesit^r, to attend to some .ua-ouic
[ Boots are worth $2.68 at 30 days. Women’s.and Children’s shoes at cost.
should consider his appointment very
G R. R ogers .
terday morning, at 10 o’clock Mr.Silas
bnaincHS. Hu will retain next Tues
Shirts can’t be given away for love or Also men’s good calf single sole boots
creditable to the present Administra
W. Kilgore was united in marriage to
Biff Bullo Items.
made by hand, for $8.CO.
Miss, B-lle Drake, who has been
A detail starts for Linkville May 1st
S »me gentlemen who have an eye
Cattle buyers are plentiful.
imported French •taUu’W ;h«t
Jacksonville friends for upon the contract fur furnishing brick Hon. J. S Herrin, The ceremony was
to try to raise enough garden truck on
performed at the
ever camo west of the Allcghanies c-irav
returned home last for the new buildings to be erected
five acres to do all hands at the post.
If the customers of Geo. Nutlej into Union county.Ohio ;n 1851. T^his hors«
bride’s parent«, by R-v. W T. Chap
Gruss is more abundant than hitherto
J»iy Beach takes advantage of the knew how those to whom he is owing was eal’edi Louisr N af ^ leon , and showed the
! in Ashland have be- u
pmsp» Cling tor naan in tho pr»*senc • of a f^-v r**l itivos in spring.
Prof. R »bb formerly of Jackson ciay. Tiny tt»u:»J phuty of good and friends of the bride and groom.
tine weather to exeroiso his stallioD want their money, they would unques gieit v bn* of tide stock. I’p to 1869 there
Our lumbering establishment will
ville. lf»w engaged tn mining bu-iuess q <aiity in th* hills ive-.t of town, but A*» »"oon a# c-»u r Ctrl atoms, were over
‘Altamont,” which «hows a very fast tiocably respond immedintly.
were 62 more fn-.povtrd wo>i<> the United,
G eo . N utlet •
01) Applegate, paid Asblanai a visit last tiiitik tie v can fiml enough in He vul the happy pair, aoc >mpanied by Mi#f.
‘ates, and in the list lJicirs there hat*
B »ru—to the wife of C. P Parker, a
b en 566 imported Fume coun'ies in Ohio
l> y. wb.-r»* u is u.oie <• mvcm nt.
Private Richard O’Brien, L. Co., I'd
Etta H>irg:»>iine started with private d it lighter.
ml Illinois give business to 12 to 15 inr-
The binhl'bg put np by D »!• y X C r* ’- ‘ 1 ‘ • .
Mr J S. E inauk-» Y,a- j ist - >1 1 ou»- conveyance for R*ading. where they
“Garden 6ass” will soon be an ob
ar ted stallions as well as a on nb -r ot
[ Both companies turned out in full
for Harris, Ne l A Co is fined ed up of Ills hauiisoma “family carriages’‘ to will take the cars for San Francisco. laiiiuble luxury
les. The grains cf this stock are now
with a n»ut fro«»*, and »ill soot) be Mr Silas \\
K'lgore to be u»e»l in I Th» party expect to spend i»b »tit ten
Our Granger friend epeedeth not the dr»-ss, Hgt Duncan. 21st Inf., perform
/■'ng in’o the Chicago am J Jfew York uiar
Dll. J. H. C11ITWO< »D.
j mg the luirial setvice. Deceased was
ready for occupancy.
the WeddlUg trip. Mr. Eubanks hm • lays in <>r neu’ tin Gulden C>ty. view plow — too wet.
Rets, and leidily bring 50 to 75 per coni,
T'»»e resid nee ot J. \\ W hde. (Hl light. Oiie-s« ut-d buggies for young ing the sights ("hi-h will ilunlitles»
The district school baa opened with a good soldier and very popular w ith
more than thee immon stock of work horses.
hi-» offi -• rs and comrades.
Notice to Contractors.
Applegate, wa bi.ru.-<i to the gtoiind men, or if tuey will |.<3r»i#t in gettine appear unu-uully intere-tinz •<> them 32 scholars on the roll.
The above. shows the reputatio > Uii • -<
on Suuday <0 la-t week. Mr \V. was married he can suit them as well with j 1st at th’s tim ) and enjoaiug the
Win. H. Poker is instructing au
e, where they have had over 25 years
post May 1st. Dr. Heintz. U. S, A.,
S“»l«d proposals will bo received
honeymoon, after which they will interesting class in bookkeeping
l family Carriages.
away from home at the time.
until noon on Saturday, May likli, 1879,
W e Lave a Siipriflultv of young will be his successor.
J . Ige Htiui’l n of Ct'-Hi’t-u: Cd», sf.-»r’ • • n l’or h hi «* and th»- t.ride nm» I
The biH- r- lo V»- rlcaiiged • ime
at Ashland, Oregon, for the following,
G rizzly B ear .
See the money brought into this county by
Young ladles please
II • il l not come op groom will take t-ieir plane among the bachelors.
viz.- Two huudred thousand brick in
1 « a!«the. ot-v Iron» the uot’i i < .»chin i - iii A'liiand
sale of W hite I’ iuxce e<d*s and tlllie«.
• <.’cl>>< IS I* ■ M . itu-i bo wr v»r. tor the | i.rpo e of iurtlieriKg
tiils piaee a
I* iiovtiix 8 1 ein-».
. » •
have been 45 head sold and taken out
Baldwin Sills and John Foster will
i Io* o ir; .1 .a cant »i|r<» nl .sábeme, as
i al».ut 8 A M
tilnt lr»‘Ul 11
the wall—rates per thousand, first and of the < utility, which brought $13,317. an
Pliariix is improving steadily.
W ashei ? W asiii - e ? Th* two i'hira- operate the Sever.nice saw noil tins
Di- 1 (' At - noy S m- snpl .oseii but upon pri»»»ie bu-i-
second story—furnishing lumber and a.eragc price o!' nearly $296 each, they
J .1 «• II.
, <-tr<] wdl)
Olwell moves about some every other material, and labor, fot the com
I .. .s
inen wno cam* t> Ashland reepi t!y
“Dad” Stought is making the Sever d iv and can begin to move his fingers pletion of a two story building in tho wf'e mostly sol i when under two jeirs o'<i.
looking b>r fui-inesH have taken up
Aprl t* I III i t tlir : la'« We>KV M I l.l-ll.
town of Ashland, Oregon, 47 by GO feet. many of them at weaulng time. They were
rani'll, which he purchased la-t sliehtly.
A reapofistlil«* ^eii’lemun, who ft!)3 qnar‘i-rs in tin* bnihhng owned by »»lie»' r.-tui-h,
C r«. uf ••(<ui <*1»>U lUr-IK'litg u, M h-
Plans and specifications in detail taken to California, Eastern Oregon, Wash
The tax i# being collected, and the furnished on application.
»‘••no- id from Lake \ lew tuf > iiiih I M »j. Birron. n»x to the Presbyterian fail. look sty lisli.
ington and Idaho Territoriv-, and tavoraldi*
A cotiMderuble number of our citi— big t-cliool house is to ba built ¡ d spite
r<-po ts have came from all, and io roveral
H. I' G it ji.ud »tarhd wi’l» a li.»<-k
zens will move to lh« valley thia spring, of a I opposition.
rately. The right reserved to reject i »I uces t|ie purchasers h.vii ordered or
for L ik V>ew l »-.t S in lav. t.iktng M
any or all bids.
but ua many others will eotue in their
e uno and bought more.
Rev Mr. Hardison’s church has
L MeC»ll. wl»o H eugagr-d in tiie Mir twe--li Mils place and Like View thd living by tbenid of thetnb. The boys
Call on or address the Masonic Build
W hite F kinci : has not in .de a f«:sou Le e
been started. Tho Board of Trustees ing Committee,
v.yiug coutr.; *t we li.iv-* uienii ■ tied
Mr. W. A McPherson, tho popular have met and selected the site,and the
enliars which hid been overlooked at counsel tLeL:i irgainst any lawlessness
II. C. IllLts
I’ the people sre really opposed to “quill driver,” has mu le our locality it timbers and lumber will be upon the
Pm kt r#.
Every business »aau knows that large,
Sev»ral J«ck«onviile n'-erchants
J. M. M c C all ,
call and transacted very important ground this week reudy for the con
formed b uses have always bee i ia
lot- rest' d piitii's liming cin-nl-ited
J acod W agneu ,
goods liy tue wrec*k <>f the “Gr< at
at good prices.
tractor to begin to build. It is to be
disuaraging statements against the I
W. II A tkinson ,
N 4 O ‘ 3 í¥ ,
public.” A Ficher <& C i. lost -
Apropos to the subject we
24x40 ft., 12 ft. ceiling,and will have a
trotting horse “Ophir.” John C»wan. them.
1ÖJ;M- Saii non 1
IL*ama B ft »a
tired of kitcb.eu drudgery and has belfrey. There are a gnat many more »
who bus ••i'n in charge, has procurad
11:« of iron.
There I as been a good deal .-aij uli iil
th»* :»fli l ivit* <>f responsible residents , “The people of Dallas have tak»n a taken to his bosom a charming vonng lots being cleared off. plowed and
May the nuptial knot never fenced, some wifb very ornamental
party of .i*'.r. in wh.ch w
Fereheron stock that I have introduced
of Rutte county. Cal., where the horse
coast at great cost, being a failike ,
J A. L-ich am I Mr Bryan, ol
Tliirly-ihrec Head of iiiT>od
is best known, which will set at rest ing thfc Chinese go; and the ladies of
and n<»t suiiinj tLe wants of the
mei.t >. who h
Messrs Van Dunlap and Charlie
any doubts regarding his pedigree and the town are at the bottc in of it. A
farmers and teamster«, etc., etc.
in A-'hlm-l. st »rteJ fur <S • 4t
destitute widow having arrived at that I have no storms of discord, with which Low.two very enterprising young men,
They are well bred, fiu? stock, all
Tho e parties that give currency and
place, two ladies circulated a sub-crip
have formed a co-|»artnership and now young and of good hzl Also fifteen credit to the above ate, no doubt, intereste-i •
J onny S moker .
Mr. H M- Thatcher ai d < Captain
ti ju piper and secured sufficient money
•’run” the meat market. Chris. Bailey bead of geldings from four to six years iu s-otne other stock, and [never owned or
font'd t lie plat form of Nation al Green-
Ferree, of L »ke county came i in on
to furnish a small l»oti>»e plainly, and
runs a variety shop, principally repair old, and ten head of yearling colts. give the rerc’terons a tiial.
back party, which was clipped fr<»tu a I
Tuesday and went dowu •h? val by ihr
ing ull kinds of leather work. Miss For particulars inquire at tho
He e is whit bki . ia ': i e men ffiaf are well
paper handed ns by Mr. H. True. !
Biatne day. Mr Thaiei er expected t >
fer their laundry patronuge from tho
Laura Ser. ent attends to the telegraph
'•.L w:. in this county say < n
While we do not agree with the car
return ye t rd.y.
to give her O. O. F., April 19. 1879t
dinal principles of the party, we are
A shland , O gn .
We, tho undersigned, having bled, owned
We, your committee, to whom was I Rerry & sons have a variety wood
Messrs. Hiram Farlow and E. M. I erfeetty willing to givethe platform a constant employment.
or us» <1 colt# site I by the itnnor'ed l’erch-
Miller, who went to the mines in J.»*e- place in our colninns. aiming to give hurrah for the women.”
iutrustel the framing of resolutions of working shop in the old school bouse
er«»n horses introduced into Oregon by W.
C. Myer. t»l A-bltud. believe this stuck to
pbine county list week, have taken all sides of poli'ical questions.
r<-ej ect on the death of Brother J. H
A sad calamity happened to Mr.
L imestone F ound .—On Tuesday
be a valuable acquisition to our state, us
claims on Brigg’s creek, and rtim-
Neil. h» g leave to report the following.- Lillipntion dog the other day Mr. Ser
“We have just received from M. evening Mr James Woodson.who came
_L v I have ibis day bo»*n appointe » ad t! o e bred her«* »»11 show their origin in a
menced work upon them.
W hereas . It 1ms pleased the Grand gent’s sheperd thought to have a muiisimtrix .4 the estate of Wesley Mitch VEiiY maskei » I'E gki E, having a square, solid
Gray, 117 Post Street, San Frarcisco, in from Like county a day or two
Prof Skidmore has the con'ract f r au exquisite little bailad entitled
Master of the universe to remove from little play with him but unintentionally cl. d<*c»*a<«-d. Tiierel'ore all persons iudebt make-ti|», with good bone, tine fo nt. kind
since, brought into our office samples
ed to s.il »-si.it.* are requested lo settlet'ie disposition and good, act ion for niinuls of
doing th« mechanical work on the “Grandfather’« Home.” It. has sitn
our midst our belov» <1 Brother, V. G , j snapped the little fellow a little harder smie iinm fliuto'y, mid all persons lisving tbeirriz*. Those oH «rough to work give
of limestone, bnrneil and nnburned,
brick building to be erected in R’-.se- pie heartfelt words, wedded to a
J. II. Neil, to the Graud Lodge above, I than he meant to aud almost bit his claims Hg.iinst Slid estate are notified to gool sati-f.ic'.i n on tin* tanu or road as
which ha3 recently been found on
ike same to meat my ioddence in team animals, un i find ft ready maiket al
:bnrg by Mr. S >1 Abrams, for wbicb melody that leaves a lasting impress
therefore, be it
I head off, He was nearly full grown P'e-ent
George Nurse’s land, near Lii-kville.
Ashland. J.ukso i county, Oregon, duly ti c highest prices lor which wotk horses
lit* w.ll receive about ?9 »>00
Itf’.wlr<<l, That we recognize the hand ’ but weighed only 5 and a quarter verified, within six month' from the dale of ate told. T ie produce f< om tl;g ball blood#,
i-»n on the hearer; that brings to mind The rock ia different from any lime
A hoc ' al party was given at the the goad old time »-ong#, *01-1 oaken
the first publication of thw notice. Giv«*n C -its and fillies show the P-1 cberoti in fo iu
S quids .
God in this o’ r r.lll ctiou, and bow j pounds.
stone we have seen before, being par I
my b m I at Ashland, Otejon, this and tn »k<'-up.
residence of Mr L F.
bnck»t,’ ‘Old K-ntuekv home,’ Lily tially crystaltaz^d, and appearing lik** with submission to His will.
2nd day of A pull. 1«7'J.
Tn view of these f.c’s the e can be no
Thursday evening, in honor of Mi-s. Dale,’etc. Mr Grav informs us that
hattie mitchf . ll .
Joubt that the intiodueliun of the IVrel.-
llesolved That the sympathy of thin first of May aa a day of festivity and
Indeed, so much does it re
Fannie Dowell, of Ja-ksonville. Miss.
er <n h is and will cinse a valuable improve
bis California s ng, ‘Whereis Heaven?' semble quartz that Mij. Q. A. Brooks, lodge t>e extended to the family of de frolic is far from Universal in America,
ment of our commo » stock, and a id to the
Dowell retzirnftd home last Sunday.
has caught the fever of popularity in who found the ledge, sent, simple# bo- co. sed.
financial inteiwts oi thecoiintry.
b-ing the following of a custom which
Wm. Spangler passed through town the Eastern States; which means orders low for u.Miay, supposing it cont lined
all lake II.— When the system S. Vandyke,
A. Miri in,
Resolved, That the charter of this obtains in only one of the many old is run down to that extent that you pas#
8. <* Taylor,
Wednesday with ti»« finest eight horse from 100 to 500 copies a day. Either min* r il, The answer he received was
lodge be draped in mom nine for the countries whose children form our sl> eple.-s nights, an- nervous and irritable, C F. Blake,
John M u pby,.
team and outfit ev« r turned out of of these two pieces will be mailed on , “It’« fl>e be-it limo ruck we have over
G. W. Fo:«lyccu
space of thirty days, and the brothers cosmopolitan population. Instead of have gioomy foieboding!», sour stomach,sb-k P. Dunn,
Rogue River vallev. He was loaded receipt of 35 cfs., stamps.
W. F. Songer.
tested ” A kiln was made and som« of wear the n-nal badge of meurmng for losing favor, however, we believe
yourself as high privam in the rear rank, F Heber,
with provisions for Weaverville Cal.
the rock burned,which proved to sink»’ the space of thirty days.
•’May Day ’ with its peculiar features, under Gener-d Ih-bi i'y. but clie-r up and I). 1’eregar,
We are sorry to h-arn that Mr». O.
try Wnite’s Prairie Flower, th«'Gre it Liver
well and poseess all the most desirable
Jlesole rl. That a copy of these reso is gaining ground in America, and P»liacea, now for sale iu every city and I K. («• er.
(J. Applegate, at Klamath Agency, is sembled in the M. E church last even properties. This is good newa for tho
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W III. J tlslic»’..
will .eventually become prominent iu town on ti e Continent No medicine ever Rev. M. Á. W iiliaiiir, Win . R <v,
«till quite ill After baviuq partially
people of that section, as h'therto all lodge and a copy be M*nt to the family the list of our national holidays. It ¡ b compound.-d. i> half die equal f.>r flic cure
recovered she took a relapse sometime Three candidates for May Q le -u were the limo they used has b»*en hnnlfd
DYSPEPSI \ aud LlVl.lt CO m PLAINT.
May Day is of
I could with
above gel lfltty endo se.
t-d for. Misses Loti. "Willits, Ada
of deceased and a copy bo presented to I fitting that it should.
It has a specific poser over the liver, atid
ago, bot at last report she was eteadily v Horton
aud M-'llie Russell, Tie last thither from th»:* valley. The discov the A shland T idings for publication. pcrely a gala day, and we regard its by curing the liver, I.ty»pepsia and all < th- r tuent from jpu tivs ts «? have br.-d <-r o<vn d
was elected, and crowned with lì ting ery was ma le just in time to save
observance as one of tho most pleas’ng dise.i-es arising from it, vanish as if by young stock from my horses in California,
Submitted in F. L. & T.
There Thatcher & Warden the trouble and
Mr. J S Eubank« is opening an ceremony bv th) other two.
customs brought over from “Merrie majiic. Sample b ittle- me s.-ld at the small I’mpqiu and Willamette, valleys, Ha-ein
I'U O. A ndrews ,
England” iu the Miytliwer. (Jur I price of 25 ci'iits, th;it will convince yon rd Oregon. Washington, Idaho and
alley-wav south of his lot, from Main were other interesting ex- reives which expense of procuring from a distance
Com mirtee, - J. D. F ountain
ounta — , .
national pride and patriotism find ex it> merits. Large size lentles. 75 cents; <or
titre *l t» the str *et rtinuing n irth fc > m
the lime they need in the construction
C hitwooh A A tkinson .
pression upon tho anniversary of the sale by
the bayk of the Academy lot Mr. E.
.V ay D ay I n J acksonville .—At the of their new brick building. Ir will
declaration of indjpeudence; religion,
Real Estate Trunsactioim.
ia building a neat picket (eneo at on-- court house, in the morning, Andrew I not make as much excitement as a
and domestic hilarity blend together i
THE SLIGAR k STALLIOJ,
Hubble was crowned King, and .Visa quartz ledge, but will be worth much
side and in front of bis house.
in our observance of Christinas Day;
have been recorded in but on May Day we pay tribute to
Pride cf Perche
more to tho country.
Call on Fountain i Farlow aud se
un addre as by the .Vay King theassem-
the County Clerk’s office since our last Gentle Spring, to the genial friend of
cure bargains -—They offer good# at blwge udjonrned to Bybee’« grove
all mankind, loving to all “revealed’*
L ost and F ound ,—Last Monday report:
IVus selected in France by ibe same party
panic prices. They also have a few vb>-rc au oration was delivered by
who brought out old L ock N apoleon (he
evening about nine o’clock it w dis
Fanny Felling to Wm. Wooley, 100
goods slightly damaged by the late fire, Robt A -Vill»-r. and the aftrrnoou was
had 25 jears experience wiih ihi«
acres in Little Butte precinct. Con . N otice to T eamsters .—The under
which they are selling at a great sac s|.eut with various gain- s by the chil
and was purchased from one sfi the,
dren. In the evening a ball was given F Phillips, about fiv»j years of age. was sideration. SGOO.
signed liavo 12 000 pounds of freight to
Will make the ensuing season, best bree
le s in France, and hr» pro luce in
in Veit Slmtz' hall.
missing from home, and none of the
B. N. Modisette to Susan N. Modi be shipped to Roseburg immediately. commencing April 7th and end this state show him to be ft. Ne. li stock,
Mr. W. A. McPherson came np from
family knew where she was. The
Jacksonville last Sunday, and returned i T ue G riswold C ase .—Judge Saw neighbors were aroused, and manv sette. premises in Ashland. Consider Teamsters should apply at once to ing July 1st, at the stables of C. horse
MARSH A' Co.
F. Blake, one mile east of Ashland,
again on Monday. This is his first yer. of the circuit eourt, ia the case turned out to join in the search. By ation, 5500.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
vi-it to Ashland since he removed with of W. C. Griswold, plaintiff in error, ten o’clock nearly everybody in the
H. Fox and wife ot J. A. Bayley cer
F oot C ut —Wm. Little, of Jackson
liis family to Jacksonville, about a
tain parcels of land in Ashland precinct. ville about sixteen years of age, while day of each week.
decision ot Ja ige Daily, of the dis A string of lanterns were scattering Consideration, $150.
year ago. He is looking well.
using an ax yesterday, cut a deep aDd
trict court. Tun will render a new the>r anxious beams all along the Mill
Mr J «cob Wagner with bis daughter, trial nece.-saiy, will stop the proceed creek and race, with men and women
Alex. Martin to P. Donegan, 160 ugly gash in his foot, diagonally acrc-68
M's# N«ttie. an 1 Miss Kate Thornton, ings which Dowell has begun for re behind them,peering in dread lest they acres in Table Rock precinct. Con the instep.
S ir R oderick is a dark, bay A3 ABAI N BOY and BOBBY BURNS
made a trip to Josephiue county last covtry, and will perhaps lessen tile should find the lost darling in some sideration, 8500.
of ««»> ni pM j i n c» Cj
t 5 dark corner.
T.nckilv they fonnl
with no white; four years old, and Will each serve a limited number of mine a
w«»k. Miss Thorn’on remained to i
Sami. Colver to Thomas Aspinwall,
nothing there, but up in Mr. Phillip’s
The following i# the local weather re will weigh about thirteen hundred and will be at my stables. Anoux Bov
visit li«r uu -le, ll«iiry Thornton, and
bouse, in a hidden nook under a flight lot in Pboeuix, Consideration, $1.
port for the week ending April 29th,
pounds. His sire was old C apt . S35 tp. insure. B obby B iens , the gljetp
D idn ’ t S top . — M. Colwell cuoie in of stairs the little girl was eb-eping in
Mr. W iguer aud daagbter returned
a* 6 a m and 12 m .
land, $15 to insure.
from Lake View la.-t Monday, and was comfort, unconscious of the anxiety
S ligart —daiu, by L ion H eart .
bom« ou Satardav.
The T idings office ba« a new sign, praising Limse.f for bringing the maJ and tumult of which she was the cause.
Pas.tuiage 62% cents pPC week. Wilt
She was out of sight hot one of her Consideration, S160.
Terms $1O For the Season
painted by J. N. Terwilliger, which through iu GO hours. The po tmasttr brothers heard her breathing, and a
due care, but will aot be liable for an
6 r. m .» 12 M.
cau b >aot more style to the square inch ■ at this place was puzzled to acco iu1 search discovered her lying behirni
Care will be taken to prevent
than any other in town Terwilliger is for the mass of Linkville mail which “ome boxes, where she had hidden in a
accidents, but no liability will be
gaining popularity as a sign painter, the sacks contained, until gentlemen
W. C. MYER,
her discovery brought the bunt to a
J. A. Bayley and wife to Sarah A.
and always keeps up with the times in , who came in from Linkville the nrX[
sadden termination, and the lanterns
8. W. FORDYCE,
style and variety work. The T idings day informed him that Colwell bad nut soon went out and the searchers “tum Farnham, 4 88 acres in Ashland pre
A shland , O regon .
cinct. Consideration, $31.
i stopped at that office at all.
office may be easily found now.
A cold rain, aecotDpauieJ by t» very
light fall of snow, visited Ashland, ear
ly this morning
Mr. Tboe. Ramey, of Sums Valley,
was iu Ashi t’.d Wednesday, consulting
Sunt 1‘oun‘idn about school matters,
Look to Your Interest
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