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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1879)
D m y itt tlie College A Grand
Up Among îhe Clouds.
W ill Myer started for Roseburg Wed-
Southern Oregon His • fight their wav tly^’.^h, ps.it was by 16
liestlay rm ruing with a pair of Jersey
means - ci t; in tin t w it. forced divided he
L. F Willits has returned from Jack
\Ui. 20. IK79
In company v.i.it tbn
calves, a full blood bull and a three-
would not fall an easy prey X- a the Indi
Con< .tiOou of tile Kt «ir y of the Ma
ip'iaro r bl oo I heifer, wi.ieh had been the Ashland College and Nornial School to- hunters that tri
ans w l.o seemed to L< * dl
5» all of
sacie at the Mouth of Rogue
The California election takes place next purchased fre
C M \. r by some one open the school on the 15th < f September of < k'.’gl n, (J. C
sthe moVi-nmuta uf ’1. volunteer^, whi «
River iti the Karl y Part of
Dick Roach, ye quill dr:
their own were ever o< seined from view.
The f>. A' C.stages leave Ashlan 1 as fol
the Yen» l'i'«'».
with public exer ikes of a very interest ings ascended Ashland lb
Sheen shearers wanted. Apply at t’ e
lows: G »ing ii>;-th, at 7 a . m . ; going
The brick wnl
hotel ing and attract.ve character, and «u ri. and spent two days huntm
The turbulent river lay between the two
south, at 6 P. M.
with no .meaps of crossing it.»
The march was a qui> t one, no fil ing
building at Jacksonville is iiuislicd, with iicipate a grand time. Pieparatious will
tains around it. We found the snow
On II. 1’. Philips’ Linkville line stages
lead. two.oanva*«boats, to
Hymenial victims will be numerous in the exception of the fire walls. We ! un be made fur the entertainment of a large
idluwed, and even the muleteers rcfrrzned |
leave every morning at 5 p’clock, con
nearly all gone from the butte, with the
be sure, but his camp »Sithree or four
from raising their usual loud and coarse miles from the river on.tho.rtop of Pea-,
derstand, however, that Mr. Holt cou number of visitors, and a cordial invita
necting at Linkville with hacks for the valley this fall
exception of a small patch in the old cra
Lakeview an I Fort Klamath. Four-
Hay is selling in Lakeview f >r ^3 t
tion is extended to everybody. There ter, visible from town, and a few little Mexican epithets with which they at oth vine mount*.n, and any attempt to calk
horse stage on Monday, We Ines lay
will be address by the President and bunches in well skeltered spots. This er times caressed their 1. ules into a to him would Vrirfg down a swaim of
$10 a ton delivered.
an 1 Friday.
savages upon the unlucky caller. The’
Call on Dr. Chitwood and get a sain- Vice President of the college and various butte is the highest intl.e Siskiyou range spi edier gait. The march was through dispatch must I e taken 1 y cue persoi s,,
A number of parties have asren lel
pie of the imperishable paint, which is other exercises, one of which is the dis and is apparently about as high as any in heavy timber the first few days, across J and that per.o t must be well versed in
P ay I r !— All those knowing them Mt. Shasta this summer.
d p dark canyons ami up lung ridges, 1 the science of dodging Indian* Af’®r
Apples, pitches, perun, pluurt, and becoming so popular. This paint may posal of a collation to be spread by the the rang« s south ami west f the Siskiyou,
selves indebted to O. Coolidge are re
be had in any quantity, and f any color ladies, in the Grove probably, sometime it is very nearly up to the line of perpet c .ltinually cheered by the monotonous i a short search for such a mr.n the Col
quested to 1. ake settlement at once to watermelons are in circulation
or shade and is warranted to give satis during tl.e day. The Jacksonville brass ual snow, as the “oldest inhabitant' re o . ! ooh ' o<di 1 of il c ir< use in tjje : had the satisfaction to find him in le.
save trouble, ..s the money must be col
1 ef on of 'lom Mooie, a young men wl©
Mr. O. Ganiard and family, of Sam s
faction in every particular.
band w ill be in attendance to furnish members but one year in which the snow tops of tiic lull lir tiees that covered ’lie ; h id spent tlw» first war* • f hirf luajur.iy
lectcii without further delay
Valley, were in town on last Friday.
on th*- Pacific coast m scaicn, pf gold,
Send in your orders to Bish's cannery. music, we understand, and nothing will I entirely disappeared. Tile red snow, hills in all direction.
grisly bear and fighting .Indians.
B la < xi . nit a ie -.. Coinè right along with
The fruit will not last always, and the
! which is supposed to exist only above the
[ to be continued .]
your pails an 1 buckets and have them
orders that come in first will be first could be desired. We shall publish a snow line, is found upon the butte most
which was driven along for our subsid
Notice under specials the advertise tilled. The enterprise starts out with a full programme in due time.
lille 1 with blackberries at the garden of
Reni Estate Irkiiau.tLni.
of the time, but has all gone now. The
and come tearing along through the
Various committees have been appoint view from the summit of the mountain is
A. Willits. They are plenty, good and ment of a house for sale in Ashland.
libei -tl patronage, and many are availing
1 he following Lave been rectified in
ed to make the necessary preparations for grand beyond description, and fully re timber, followed by one or more of the
cheap three gallons f >r a dollar. 8-3t
Fifty dozen chickens wanted by Jas themselves of its advantages.
men having them in chaige, when it the County Clcik e office
j>er H >uck at the Ashland House, tf.
‘I ncle Billy” Hurst brought us a the event, and they will no doubt receive pays the toil of climbing to its lofty
R em e . u bek . L adies ! \ mi can get a
would be a race , neck and neck, till the
Four teams started for Butte creek af limb cut from one of Mr. Rockfellow s the hearty co-operation of the citizens io i row. On the north side, wiich was cov-
-class sewaig machine at Fountain A
would suddenly turn and out of j A G Róckftllow to Louisa I’owell,
their efforts to make it a success.
. red with heavy clouds during most of
plum trees yesterday, on which were
low’s for the lmv sum of ri»5. They ter lumber for this place last Tuesday.
The ci Inmittees as arranged by th< >ur stay, the Rogue river valley stretches sight, and wc never knew whether we | löt in Ashland, ConsifieratnMuS*kX> .
A num’ er of elk have been shot on the thirty plums, averaging about u.lxtii
are of the latest-improve I mid best man
A. D. Helman to Ed -DePcatl, prem
had the pleasure aft-rwaids -V of eating
trustees are as follows:
■ . ° a I ;
■ * il - «• - —
aw. y upon its winding course until it is
ufacture, and are fully warranted. A road between the Umpqua and Coos Bay. inches in circumference, all grow ing up
C- nridcration, $85.
On supper—Madams O. Coolidge, Jas. lost in the hills which rise higher and .i choice steak cu f;->' i his shjn. bom-, or
W. C. 3iye. to trustt-cs of M. E Con
The Jenny creek saw mill is to be sold
Thornton, J. M. McCall, 1». F. Myer, J. hi"her to where tl.e Cascatits bai die not. How many cattle started with the i
Also bear in miml that they arc offering at Shwitfs sale to-morrow at 1 o’clock the limb.
the A sfilami Academy property.
command only the quarterinasteipand his j
H. Russell, H C Hill, J. R. Tozer.
view. The Three Sis' ers, Diamond peak,
31r and 3irs. B. F. Myer will start for
bargains in al! kind.» of goods. For '¡'¡'id p. M.
On decorati<M! — Mi.s ws Nettie Wagner, at the head of the Willamette, Mt. Pitt assistants knew, bat one tiring was eer- j Consideration, $3,700.
rj'Uf'lft al a bar t-'iur ., go the Farmer's
Dan 1 Chap.nan to 3Iichayl Powell, lof
A fine assortment of white plumes
Nellie Russell Frances Myer, Sarah Fox, and the depression of Crater lake are in tain, we got but very little beef to eat. [
There seemed to be a new regulation : 4 in block 7, Ashland
just received at the Ashland millinery
Kate Thornton, Irene Chitwood, Messi’s. plain sight. Upon this side of the moun
G. F. Billings, Win. H. Leeds, J. B. tain rises Ashland creek, the waters of adopted in regard to roll call. It was re
HrrumxsiN F amily . The fam< >us store
return. Mrs. (.) Coolidge and E. F
Jane 3IcCuily to E.nfi DeRoboam, cer
quired of all commissioned officers as
Russell, Walter Myer.
Hutchins m family are making a tour
Rev. A. Brown has brought us a cun
which flow into Ilogue liver, and upon
Rockfellow will ills » mak«' the trip in a
lots ih Jacksononille. Consideri»
On music Prof. L. L. Rogers, Mrs the other side is the source of Grouse j well as of privates to “fall in” and tn
through Oreg >n, an I will give one of oxity in the shaj»e of an immense double
L. L. Rogers, Prof. J. Q. Willets, Mrs. creek ami other streams which 'low down swer to their names when called by the tion, $500.
their ex • -Il • it c > I'erts i i Astdril next turnip.
L. Danforth to Veit Schutz, lot in
A wood-chopper named Charles Wag J. Q. Willits, Mrs. Jennie F. Nichols,
orderly sergeant*, thu3 pn-mising that
Sunday, August 31st. 'I bis family is so
Mr. E. A. Buick and sister, Misi Jen
through a famed mining country into the
commissioned officers wee liable to de-
Miss Lou Willits.
well known throughout the I nited States nie, have been spending several days in
Upon the s south
State of ( 'regon to Jos. Solomon, 70
in the mountains near th«’ Klamath mine
seit, thereby making it necessary to place
On general aiiaiigements J. M. Mc west of the mountain not a clcud
that they .scarcely need an introduction Ashland.
land on Evans creek.
i hem under the surveillance of the or-
Call, Jacob Wagner, W. H. Atkinson.
anywhere, and that then concerts are as
strutted i'Ur view , and the scene
Fx-Govemor Cha hvick ami others week
A companion near him was
I «leriy sergeants w ho wotii- not desert or tion, 140.
On ice cream, confectionery, etc. - Mr. I sented to the eye by the vasl
good as of yore we are fully assured by
w ill open a c ipper mine soon on the Illi knocked down and remained insensible
j be absent from their posts
and Mrs John Fraley
the favorable notices they have received
of mountains and valleys, forests and
; 1 irst camp was made on a small creek
from the Portland press
Academy Accepted by tile
rence. streams, deep, rocky gorges and tower
Ex-Senator Mitchell passed through jury.
emj tying into Rogue river. It was early
ing peaks is bewildering in its immensi !
C hax - ed H ands . Mrs. I). H. Jones town on his w ay to San Francisco last
Wh« at is coming in rapidly at the
In the report in the l:i'"jmiinit of last ty. To the southeast we we look down, aiiu the Lieut. Col. called the officers to for the week ending Aug. 26th, at 6 a .
has s 4 I hi.-r millii’t-iy and dicss making Thursday evening.
I ivouac ami enjoined upon them the M. and 12 M., furnished us by Mr. H. C.
Ashland ami Engle mills, which are pay Friday's proceedings of the 31. E. con-
tor thousands of feet, until the fertile val-
establishment to Misses Laura and Min
Highest market price pai l for wheat, ing 60 cents a bushel for it. The grain, ference we find the following;
cut ss.ty of care in executing the duty Hill:
I leys of Siskiyou county arrest the sight,
nie Amk-rs >:i, who have already taken oats an l birley i i excl.i ige f >r,go -ds at which has been injured by rust to some
would be called upon to perform.
“The following preamble and resolu i and the broad area, thousands of acres of
p >sse;.si >n. an I will hereafter conduct the Butler & Rockfcllo’f's.
»;*e General had left us on the 13th to
extent in this valley, is not .< > jilump and tions in relation to the Ashland A adt”.n\
C A. U.
business at the store on the corner of
Withered A Cirr hive bought four smooth as usual, and, from w’.iat we can were submitted, bj the committee on ed narrow strip between the mountains j n Col. Kelsey at Gr tvecrzek, therefore
Main an I < >ak streets. 'Ibe young la
, ci t. Col. Chapman was anxious that
han Ire 1 head of cattle in Lnngell valley learn, the crop will be a little short of ucation, an I oil motion were ad q«te I-
R ain ...
dies are wi : dy ku >w a, and will nodoubt
for the California market
W hereas , The property known as the of Henley, with its white houses glisten ..ofiiing should befall us which might 1 22
so hi ai r. i>j the flourishing trade which
In the appointments made by the Ore- Ashland Academy has been tendered the ing in the sunshine little bright spots
Some e fifty or sixtj miners are at work
Mrs. Jon.H h.vs built up. Their adver
on Brigg’s an I Silver creeks, an I a few g »a M. E. C > ifermue f >r tiie next ye ir, conference free of debt, to be con lu te i no larger than a silver dollar. Then a
.nent ap >e irs in another column.
Lent. <). listened attentively, and
Rev. L. L. R »gers is assigne 1 the Ash as the Ashland College and Normal range of mountains crosses the view, and
are said to be doing w ell.
ii g. at the time, officer of the guard,
P ioneer R eunion . The third annual
above or beyond it spreads the broad
A e •! >rc I m tn name I Tom Shipley was
• It that it was necessary for him to be I
iicitolceil, Tlrtt the trust is hereby ac valley < f tb.e Shasta, from which rises
re-unionof the Pioneer Society of South drow.ie I in G<»o3e lake a short time ago to Corvallis, ai d Rev. D. A. Crowell is
returned to Jacksonville. Rev. L. 31. cepted under tne c nditions of the deetl, tl.e majestic, snow-covered peak that >n ll:e aleit,and see that the guards were ■ A t THE M. E. C hurch
ern Oregon, will be held at Ashland on >’v the capsizing of a bo.it.
____ t ,—There will
Nickerson is returned to Klamath, and and the follo.vinj ti ustc-es reccommended stands head ruid shoulders above ail the <-u<- lly vigilant. Stalking around in all i be regular services every Sunday at 11
Thtiri lay, the 1 Ith of September ensu
.Jack Ireland me of the Cottonwood
c digriny of a master of the situation ! a . m . and 8 p. m . ; Sunday school at 2
by the Aslil m I qiuuterly conference be ranges, a very m< liaicli of mountains. Ti
ing. Families are re jueste 1 to furnish b iys, passed through town this week, <>:i i Rev. G. W. R urx, to Sprague River.
c f tl.e guard, he approached one of r. m .
stippiii-s f >r the tables.
Members are his way to Umatilla county.
The contract of building the new pub confirmed:
the westwanl from our butte the Scott
B aptist S ei vices ,—Every Simdjij,
First Class—Ft r one year, J. S. 31c and Trinity ranges present a perfect sea lie «amp guards and asked him if lie knew
re ninde 1 that the annual dues of fifty I
ic school h >.isa i i this pl u-j has been
at II o’clock iii the gr'iVs near
L hi . Ross, s m of Col. J >lm E. R-iss,
w to challenge. The sentinel straight
cents for each voting nvmber will le
a.varJe.l to D.iley A C ». They are to Cain, W. T. Chapman, 3V. II. Atkii 1S011. of mountain?;.which,covered with timber,
and an old Academy stu lent, w as visit
er! himself up and in an irritated and
Second Class For two years, G. F. are a beautiful green as far as the eye
Heeled to defray expenst-s. The public,
encl« se the building, lay the fist floor,
S a 3B ath S chool ,—Every Sun-
ing Ashland friends this week.
win ¿her m • nbers or n >t, are invite I t >
; day nu'mingat 10 o'clock in the Presby
put in d »o.s an 1 windows a 11 give the Billings, John Walker, A. G. Rockfellow can distinguish the actual color, and then ■ iijing tone < f voice replied:
Misses E. L. Daggett and Ada 11 >rt >n, oatsi le one c ».iting of paint; f >r w hich
“i hallenge, reckon I do, ami if ver terian? church. A cordial invitation ex-
Third Class For three years, L. L. are veile I in the ' oft blue of distance,
m the fest vlties of the •»- -a-
ì'm ! tended to all.
\V m . H >: fman .
they are to re -c.ve between $l,10J and Rogers, Clark Taylur, Jacob Wagner.
with a white gem of snow glistening here rant ter fight jest say the word an’
M.-. hmn’s, ¡live ret; me 1 to t >wn.
! . er man.”
Their sucees its t o be elected r three and there upon the highest peaks.
' > i rr;
13 1.1 11
years by the conference. The school to be
31. H Drake came in from Lake
On the third day we returned home,
Those who purpose to attend school at
refr : ;
c • u.i y l ist S mJ iy evening, an I will the Aca lemy this fall should not fail t > conducted in conformity with our disci : our horses loaded with venison, two deer oe .«st w ord v as slight!', emphasized. HIGH—THOMPSON. —Oo. Sunday, the
ni >n a
24th, bv the Rev. A. Brown, Mr. Ro-
pline and conference regulations concern upon each horse, and made the trip down ! 1 mean if. when you are on guard, any
li le’.y remain in Ashland for some time beg n when s.i.
s -ol ujiens
dolph High and Miss Laura A. Thomp
> 1 k. i
hundred head of high l'lie a li a it
from the butte, some twelve milca, in
i Age of beguini
son, all of this county.
on know how to stop him ami ascertain
L. M. Ni KEicsoN. Chairman.'’
rin > bucks. .X.'j'ly to I term is tj
, .»li lie may be.
at the Ashland i .11 i:iy fail t I ap »reciate it,
rof . N ichols ' L e < tv re . — A good verse are the rulings of the fates that
“Well,’ rej'lied the guard, “what bus- I i
! the sti’i';! li ng t'; e i
;>’.id;'-i!_e greeted Prof. Ni Juris at the 31. preside over the fortunes of hunters.
is . is it of yot n v- hnther 1 know or , M EEDON.—August 9th, to the,..wife of
pupil; wli > e ul ! do
T.._H. Weedon, of Lake county, a
E church last Sunday evening, and a The green nimrod of the par v rfumbled : .mt, if you com. foldin
’ around after dark
tin-• lecture, which was an excellent svr-
11 kt you know lew I’ll stop yer. ’
E.*Tr-aIu- Ashixnd, August, 25th, to
The Crater Like excursion party rc mon as well, deliglitcd the audience. w ithin halt’ a mile of c.urp during the first
This wits too-much for the promising
ila- ' rife of Barclay Vest, a daughter. ,
tar le 1 11si S.iii I iy, after a very enj >y.i- The subject, “Elective Affinities,
Atimities, ” was a lialf-h ur’s hunt, wl il , the veteran deer >.>u..g Lieut, and he began to rise alittte
ble trip. l i’ liey
iiey c imped one night
nigh at the moral one, and the professor followed the s'ayer, Coolidge, ho has brought in so l.i !or when he told rhe bePIgetent
lake . and returned by the Rogue river line of the regular Sunday evening dis many carcasses fl'm the neighboihoed of. ’ guard that,
roar e. Patches of snow were found, but course so far as t-. nia unce a text,which Ashlaml butte that lie is usually consid- .
“ m officer of the guani,
sir, and I’ll
FOR SALE !
not < e lo t (h t > interfere with traveling, was: “\i hat God hath j< incd together, cred a> having a sort of proprietary j punish you if you make any more .such
: tw > i
“Un cle Billy Hu.st brought us a bunch let no man out assunder.-’ Taking illus right to the game in that region, trampeil rej'lies ami threat J. ”
UVt*, Y • Jio n.is
House and lot in A sitia nd.
**■ w' *
•er ■ picked from tl.e extreme rim trations from the physical world, the
i our va’Ly, of flowers
“Officer of the guard, aro yer, why
ed up ci his r< torn t > Lake county
to go again to shoot Ins deer. Don't say d hi t yer say so them, not come like and barn, upon a lot desirably situated A
ps to ’
la ;t M >n lay.
Silas Draper, of Foot's creek, recently mid then, entering the field of ethics,
t .y f. ol would and begin to ask such on Main street, with bearing fruit tree!
anything to him about it though.
A. J. ¡ i mis >:i, general agent ef the shipped a load of goods from San Fran showed that moral laws are is inexorable
F*’-,'particulars inquire of Mrs. Har
The scene was enjoyed uy the fewwiio
mmercial Fir. Insurance Co., Stopp "d cisco by way of Crescent City. The road
A S ell , but no S ale .—The Yreka
out >'<), ’ >■> per month, s > it will be C
Ewing, who may be found at th*
Tues lay, going n >rth from this valley to Crescent City has
I I nion tells of a sensation caused by a bo heard the conversation, but the Lieut,
•ritib’o ! >nanz.’. has been struck, in Ashla 11 1 i’t
of Mr. O. Coolidge, in Ash
been greatly improve«! of late, and as al affinities illustrated, were the imlis- gus operator in real estate, who called had enough of drilling a raw volunteer land.
oninioir of experience I miners l-’Xt n lorning.
fre ght charg«*s are less than upon the soluable union of idlenness and vice, sin himself Dr. Eley, of New York, and who with uch limited authority’ r- the others
that the c »-irciTiv has t v>pe I the great
Farmers, Attention !
Roseburg and Reading routes, it is not and misery, virtue and happiness. The I wanted t • buy the Forest House proper 1 had over their men; for every man felt
mv st rea k found in the early -lavs of píete I t > d > their • - I"* to settle such
duty of parents to inculcate habits of in
ty. He was a captious capitalist who on. ;.i c ij aol. d'HI w i ling to advise on
Messrs. Fountain & Farlow, at tho
mining in that section and afterwards imlebte bless before Sept. 1st. Cash or
dustry in their children, and guard
.«■y stiari-getic jioints, and w as pointedly I armors’ Store, will pay the highest mar
On Sundav evening of last week the against the pernicious fruits of idleness home, and the Forest House just suited . er < to strict ubed vi.ee to his o Heers ket price for 1,000 bushels of oats and
Dr. Ream, of Yreka, has been visiting
was strongly urged, and the grand oppor
T hreshers C atching
F ike . The
uti.v l.e wa.E first infoimed of the object 1,000 bushels of wheat. They will give
arranged dwellin' house of Abram Tenbrook in tunities for honest, persistent labor in him. He was to pay $22,5(X) for it, and
you goods at cash prices in exchange for
threshing machine of Frank Smith, of
t e c-.dei- and it agited with his own wheat and oats.
the 1 cm of c nsi leraMe inn ?y ujk » ii Lakeview was t tally c nsumetl by lire, this favored land of ours glowingly por- proposed to spend $15,000 more in ini-
Douglas county, while in use upon t! e
farm of A. G. McGee, on the Culij >ot , real estate in the lower vail
PAY UP f*PAY UP!
l..e ¡.v.i-li v.i.3 uninterrupted by any
ily nad retired, and were barely able to portrayed. It was a lecture such as we of fine blooded cattle roaming over the
The annual conference of the M E.
;• few days ago, took tire, probably from
escape with their lives, so rapid was the
wild ranges of the far-off Hudson, am'i Hot.Ji.u ncli’i'.ut.-. until camp was made
overheating the cylinder box, ar. t '.-.is Church, Smith, w ill be held at Albany spread of tin- flames in the dry wood of livered in our community—of a kind that would bring them out as soon as lie had
l'ciiA inc mountain, where the battalion
THIRD AND LAST CALL.
totally destroyed, together with over 2<H> «•i the 24th of September.
the building. The fire is supposed to
possession of tho property. On Thurs
Subscribers to the Ashland College fund
on the mind and bear good fruit in in
bushels of grain. The h«>rse-powe.- of ..ecncr, of New Orleans, will preside.
m Col. Kelsey, and to recruit w ill please take notice that the Trustee*
have caught from the kitchen stove.
day, says tip? i 'l.ii o, he came to town
fluence upon the characters .that are be with Short and set 'Squire Steele to work men aiici animals.
the machine was saved, but the separa
Rush and Will Willits have been in
1 ave purchased the property, and sub
A Sawyer's Bar correspondent of the
I Cant. Mike Bushey was sent down scriptions must be paid in at once.
ing moulded a.. 1 t: !.i ned for their parts
tor, which burned, was valued at $600. town several days this week, They in
hunting up the records and making an
Y'reka I nion says; “The body c-f a mur in t’ drama < •
W. H. ATKINSON, Treat.
On the same day another thresher in ten I t ' ¡ tit in the w inter on Kean creek
der««! man was found on the Salmon
that lie glilwrlu■ >d, bidonging to Baker piling >
Item* from the fort.
up the deeds, etc., and then returned to of the Indian ;. He discovered signs, ROSEBURG MARBLE WORKS.
summit between Orleans Bar and Oli
A McNabb, also caught fire from over- ing.
the Forest House. He together with . l.-nty > f them, the story of which some
The body is mutilated past
I ver’s Fat.
’ eate I boxing, but the flames were ex-
Prof. L. !.. Rogers was complimente 1 all recognition and the clothes of the
F ort K lamath , Aug. 25th, 1S79.
Messis. Knights and Short were to corie plcii-sitn l writer for the T idings told
Havirig taken the agency for R. Brnckeo-
tnguishe 1 before any damage was done. at the recent session of the Oregon M.
Weather has been very cold of late.
it3 columns a few weeks ago. ridge’» Mai ble Wcrka of Rofeburg, I will recche
in on Friday morning to Steele's office. tlir .1
mur lered man all lie beside him, w here
E. Conference by a special resolution of
Misses Miller and 1 rim of Jackt nvi.le He to pay the money and they to sign Tl;< ! <‘J • «l 1 writer owes me an apology for
order» for any work needed is thia line in
the miscreant or miscreants sought to ob
N atural L aundry . A Mr. Stother,
welcome upon his return to the confer literate all traces by burning his clothes. are visiting at Jay Beach s.
¡the deeds, etc. lie ..ml Short came in t rk ng tl. .at iu?e little incident away from
of Roseburg, while prospecting in the
-ASHLAND AND VICIMITY—
j first and wlriL waiting for Jlr. and Mrs. me: 1 V i!.u 1 it to luelp fill up. I wanted
Grave Creek hills, discovered a spring of
Sonic malicious hoodlums in Phienix
Those wishing to aee deaigna and karn the price«
Knights, .Mr. Steele “aid he would
But theie is another
The central span of the new Rock have had the meanness to enter the ship. He intends to remove to his place : up to the telegraph ofli«1? and be ba step t tell it myself
can do Co by calling upon ina in Aablund.
water which, w ithout any artificial ai 1.
a v that he didn t tell,
A. F. JACOD8.
discounts a Chinese laundry hi washing Point bridge was w as laid on Wednesday , wat.ru > L-n patches of several of the cit on Lost River the 1st of October, where i a few minutes, leaving Dr. Eley (!) and .¡Ute US í-iitl
c’othing. While tramping through the
izens i'i ’’hat j»':ice. an 1 wantonly «le
he would step over to the drug store for
;bc t: kc.s
k; that also away from me.
w< Hill», Mr. Stother besmeared his cloth try had a basket picnic in honor of the stroy tlie nivloi’s, mashing all thev f«»un<l, raising.^
- •1. Kel •ey had started from Grave
Messrs. Ferree, Worden
Thate’ier after all the other parries arrived ami
ing w ith pitch and coming to this spring ev> fit.
simj'ly f- i spite, it would apj>ear There
¡-h v ith •he Northern Battalion on
You can find flour, graham, cracked is n«> excuse or paliiarii>n forsuch action, are the new post traders, and John Got | then tb.e Dr. was looked niter and found
A. W. BXSZ Proprietor,
threw his overalls in to soak. I poll tak
ing them up to rub them he foun 1 to his wheat, corn meal, bran, shorts, mixed ami a ib se of line bird shot might be broil will look after their interests.
ú .* í nee between his point of de-
surprise that the pitch aim the dirt had feed dock« r feed, shoulders ami ham at beneficial treatment for the miscre
Snme tine p->tat >esan 1 peashave c>me
I S ettled at L ast . The noted Canyon ¡UI t’ Tû :i I the T .’le Mead1 ws on To the People of JMh»on anti Laho
all been removed.
He immediately Eagle Mill, Delivered in Ashland at ants.
into the post, which were raised aer<i-.
. ;-.< li J that point by
It U •
t ied other articles -f clothing, and after mill prices.
Dr. Chitwood has imported from Butte Wood river.
Boa I case, which has been dragging
fruits and vegetable«
the timet !li. Mouthcrr Battalion pitched
Major Glenn and daughter, of < lakland, creek a lot of the finest watermelons that
la-in" in the s ’liiig for ten minutes they
The boys are very indignant about the through the court.’ for so long, has ! ceil
mountaiii. Kelseys I of all kinds to order during the season,
were as clean as. if wash»-1 by a careful Cal., have l>een visiting at B F. Myer' s Oregon soil and climate will prcxluce. way fruit peddlars treat them, The best finally decided by the Supreme cour . cuup at Peavine
r< th ;te»l to him that the enemv at reasonable rates. Fruit and tomatoes
h< usewiie. The water has not yet been this week. They will s speri I a week at S ime one accuse 1 the Doctor of trying ; fr of the fruit i’ picked out at Linkville, The j resent suit, one < f a l,l'ig ser es,
Gaziev, who wax i 'carnjK-1 in force on a large bar on a specialty. Orders from a distance
subjected to a chemical analysis.
the S > la Springs before returning to introduce cholera morbus in the town and wi> have to pay the highest price f »r was brought by Fii.k
claimed the road nadir a contract w ith pogne river opposite the upper end of . filled on short notice. Send stamp for
to improve the j’ill business an 1 he “do inftrr >r fr t t.
the Cviinty court, agaiusL U illis «k A’ea- the Big Mcidowx, three miles below the price list
Musi' ii. Mrs. Jennie B. Nichols,
Messr”. Sn -"li A Merrill will go with nated" us one of the best m -Ions to keep
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who is to take charge of the musical de- :
their S ioptieon
db. ry t > Josephine mum on this point, but we cannot be Nickerson S103 bonus for the m ill
quired title The plaintiffs asked for a Little Meadows. The Col. wishing to
route perpetual injvrietion restraining the de criis'i the power of the Indians at one
purtment of the Ashland College, will ;
county, an I after taking the pictures of biibtui to such sins of omission we have to this pl ’c..
1 ling from \reka the piano slm has been
blow, deemed that the best plan to ac-
i fendants from collecting toll and <b
the pc »pie of erbyvill • and other places, cme to this conclusion since we ate the
using at that place, and also has a new
I c '¡..pl h that end, would be to order
MANUFACTURER Of, X.-TO nrAT.RR TM
will go t<> Crescent City.
cree fur plaintiffs, ami damages amou 1 -
for the races at Yreka.
$600 piano now on the way from San
J. A. Leach and his s >n Horace re
Prof. E. D. Cope, of Philadelphia, the
J. W. Riggs, the photographer has ar ng to over S*,000. The Supreme c - ju . i l Little Meadows with his command, so ns SADDLERY AND HARNESS
Frai icisco. These, with several organs, !
has sustained the decree of the court be
turned lust Friday from.an extensive Erip celebrated paleontologist,will visit South
rived in camp, and will remain three low as to the injunctbiii’, but have ni ''li :•» make a combined and uresistable at
will give opportunity for the practice of j
MEMASSEE, UKECOCX»», OUOOH.
in E'.stern Oregon, having gone
far as ern Oregon in a short time to examine weeks.
B ig O x .
fted it in regard to damages.
many pupils. Mrs. Nichols conies to Or- i
tack upon the enemy's stronghold. But
They passed through and obtain specimens of the fossils of
«•gon with high testimonials from neigh- ;
ALWAYS ON HAND,
lmw t i get the order to Col. Chapman
much fine fanning and grazing country. tn*s rfegion. There is in Lake county a
P a i nfvl Acci des t .—While coming
The Johnson variety Irotqe gave exhi
l.mhoods wduire she has given instruction
waa a difficult problem to solve The
A LARGE ASSORTMENT' OF
Mr. M. Powell will build two one-st. ry very interesting bed of fossils in what is bitions on Friday and Saturday eveiuq s dowr. lull on Antelope with a load of
lh luUsic. and should h?»vr no difficulty in
distance was only twelve miles, but the
buihlings upon the west end of the lot calle I Fossil lake, an I Prof. Cope’s at last in their tent, which they pitche I I lumber last Wednesday mSrning Charlie
in sing as large a class as she may desire. !
country, and more especially the trail,
tention will be probably centered at that near the public school house) They had Gillette's team ran away and threw him
e is a graduate of the Elmira Semin- ' purchased of Houck. The buildings are
betu'een the two camps was patrolled t>y
point, but interesting fossils hive been good audiences, and theirperformance off the wagon, inflicting painful bruises
y, aqd was fpr ten years preceptress i
do.», Of*» w
and iut«*iea! instruct >r in the Aurora
* c II Bad cuiiviucn yoart«hr*« «bat iue cm • .*• » mm
his wounds, and he is now do'ng well
Professor will doubtless pay us a visit.
AcadeMv of New York.
ey by U*Ur< wlih
E.T. B, 8«.
AM i 1AM)
loi il B«i:i im;-*.
R. T. BALDWIN SR.