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Sergeant Bleauveit, of the Presidio,
San Francisco, brought up two new re
cruits for Fort Klamath by vesterda.
Mr. G. W. Fordyce will build a cot
tage near C> F. Blake’s, to be occupied
this winter by his family, that the chil
dren hiay attend school.
Miss Emma Anderson, of Fort Jones,
has been visiting relatives in Ashland
She goes hence to see her sister, Mrs
O. C. Applegate, at Klamath Agency
T. C. Hess, of Canby, Cal., wns ifl
town last Monday, and made iis a short
call. Mr. Hess says his neighborhood is
settling up with a good class of people.
The brick-work on the Masonic Hall
is all done, excepting the file-walls,
which will l»e added as soon as the car
penters have finished laying the Upper
I /augural ion Day nt Ashland Coflcg's
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PROBATE covrt .
s/xp? of Soul hern Oregon 'fl s-
\ • Thofqllbtvitflj business lias been trans
Our regular correspondent, Betsy
JACKS!).' VILLE ITEM*’.
The hftiUgural exercises at the College
Academj' bell rlhging again
acted v-e*o*é .fudge Day in this court
last Morfiay were highly satisfactory to Jane, sends us the following items under ! Tl.c next morning the command wah
since our last report:- -
C oncerning I rrigation .—All persohs
the management of the school and to all date of Sept. 16th:
In the matter of the eitate !>f E. Seb
are hereby cautioned against using un
Hon. J R. Neil and family returned
who were present. By 2 o’clock in the
ring. deceased. Petition of’E* rWcpbs,
lawfully for irrigating purposes water ers
afternoon a large audience had gathered home last week.
for order of sale of fesl
from the Phoenix Mills ditch, as all the
The Jacksonville public school opened
in the College building, and the expect
The snlilidg face of Joe Clough is seen last man left camp. -A few miles from
property belonging to estate, grantee. M
water is needed at the mills.
ant throng of bright faces was a cheering on our streets again.
far as the issuing of citation to heirs is
P. W. COLWELL.
L. F. Willits is teaching school at
welcome to the teachers who come to as
It is rumored that a wedding in high of Harkness lying cn the side of the concerned.
sume the responsibility of directing the life is to take place soon.
F rom C alifornia —Among Ihe pupils Heber Grove.
trail. A light snow had fallen and cov I In the matter of the estate of Lucy J.
steps of the youth of Southern Oregon
Coolidge has a few fine "peaches and i
who began school at the College the first
Mrs. S. riVmale of Roseburg is visit- ered it with a shroud of purest white. Farm, deceased. Annual. report of D.
id the paths of knowledge and wisdom.
day are the following from California: grapes for sale.
The Indians had not only scalped the H. Taylor, guardian, examined and sp
ing re’atives in this place.
The chapel was beautifully decorated
Misses Fannie and MiraVah Meter and
Crit. Tolman started for home lait ‘
The district school commenced Mon head but had perpetrated the most hor proved.
with evergreens and flowers, arranged
John and Walter Van Meter from Min Friday J morning.
rid butchery that one could conceive of.
day with a full attendance.
Real F«latr Tra1iiia.ti.4n«
ersville, Trinity county. Jennie Beau-
Their fiendish work was horrible to con
There is rumor of a triple wedding iii ,
tleman present, who has attended many
droit, of Shasta Valley: Fred Rhynes, of Ashland this fall.
template. The body had been cut an I
The following luve been recorded in
college commencements in various parts tured by drummers last week.
Yreka, and - Conner, of Butteville.
slashed in every part, as though the the County Clerk's office since our last
Judge Hanna’s children are recovering
of the Union, remarked to us that he had
Gen. Reanles, having returned from devilish savages could not satisfy their report:
W heat at the M ills .—Wheat has from their illness.
never seen a chapel more charmingly San Francisco, jy ready to resume the vengeance and hate with tortu mg the
S. 1’ Oliver w Fred Barneburg, 160
been coming in rspidly to the Ashland i ’Squire Watters offers a hotfte and lot
decorated, and the officers of the school war path.
clay while the spirit remained. Care acres land in Eden precinct. Cunsider-
Mill, wagons almost incessantly unload- for sale cheap in Ashland.
desire to return thanks to all who assisted
Mr. H. M. Thatcher, of Linkville, fully the mutilated form was taken up atlyii $200.
ing. The ca] acious mill is now about as i Mr J. IJ. Saltmarsh, of Sterling paid
honored our city with a brief visit dur and carried upon a mule to the Little
tliraiu Cid' to C. H. Baikell and Joa
full as it is safe to hi ve it, and if the our town a visit this week.
Horton and Daggett, who spent more ing the week
Meadows, where it was buried with mil eph Cline, ditches “nd mining claims In
grain continues to con e in as fast xs it ,
Singing class meets at the Presbj'terian able attention at the livery stable. It is time in the work than any others.
We are sorry to learn that Misses itary honors. After the grave had been Will >w Springs precinct. Consideration,
has been, the proprietors will have to
were begun with music
church to-morrow eveniiig.
a handsome vehicle for this part of the
Katie and Hattie) daughters of Judge filled a large log heap tvas made upon it $200.
.store it elsewhere. From Aug. 17th to
and burned to ashes, as though a canil»
Sept. 17th 18,183 bushels have lieen re
lowed by a prayer by Rev. W. T. Chap
You can find flour; grahanij cracked man who implored Divine blessing upon
A temperance lectures» will visit Jack
ers, his interest in tract of land on Jack-
Mrs. W. S. Stone offers for sale her ifrheat, coin meal: 1 run, shorts; mixed the neW institution, its j>lans and work. sdnvil'e on the 22nd. Our young men Indians might not suspect it was a grave son creek. Consideration, $250.
R emember , L adies ! — You can get a fine farm, this side of Phoenix.
feed, chicken feed, shoulders an l ham at ÎText an anthem was sung by Mrs. Rog cAn save a bit out of the solo fu lid to do- rthd dig Up the body, as was their usual I Two U. S. Patents were recorded for
first-clxss sewing machine at Fountain A
The fall shearing of sheep has begun F tglb Mill. Delivered ih Ashliltld itt ers, M iss Lou Willits and Messrs.*L. L. nate.
S. C. 'Wvl<>r and one to J. B.- Codies.
Farlow’s for the low sum of $35. They
in sj ii 3 n »rtions of the cmnty.
Rogers and J. Q. Willits, Mrs. Nichols
A S. Moon to Francis Bail, parcel of
ern Battalion, had joined, .the Northern
are of tl»e latest-improved and l est man
Print, left for her home near
1«.«» Eugene in camp at the Little Meadows. The land in Table Rock precinct. Consider
ufacture, and are flilly warranted. A
assessment bf Douglas county, and re ly rendered, and many were the expres City o i Wednesday, after a visit of sev camp was on an upper bench of the
large invoice will be received next week. will visit the Siskiyou County Fair.
turns the taxable property a» amounting sions of praise from the audience.
Also bear in mind that they are offering
Francis Ball to Abigail Nui tou, 160
to 82,100,000 -a slight increase (860.000) A. G. Rockfellow, of the Board of Tnis-
Mis-es Annie Miller and Ella Prim, miles away and one thousand feet below. acres laud in Eden precinct. Consider
bargains in all kinds of goot’s. For com! per H »uA at tlu Ashland House, tf.
over last year
tees, then introduced the President, L. who h v;e been visiting friends at Fort Before the first camp was made, large ation, 8384.
rjo<»tx at a low fipirr, go the Farmer’s
C J >hn R » h has gone to Salem, and
L Rogers, who, after a few graceful in Klamttli, returned Monday, and they pine trees formed a beautiful grove over
will be absent fr».n h »me several weeks.
John Herberger to C. J. Howard, lot
about 4,000 1!« of grain was stolen front troductory remarks, entered upori his report luivihg had a splendid time.
the whole bench and for a distance be in Jacksonville. Consideration, $30.
F ell fi . om a B uili ing . — The Lake
Thus. O.r's granary in Shasta Va’ley. inaugural address. The theme, “Food
The hurnifl" of Mat Shanon's black low towards the river. Relays of men
view Herald says; Mr. Gilbert, of the emigrate—dog ordinance goes into effect Mr. Orr and family were absent from and Fiber, gave ample scope for exem smith shop Tuesday Might occasioned were set to work felling the trees ana
ost .—Between Ashland and. PlicUhix
late firm of Gilbert A' Watters, at Willow Oct. 1st.
plification <>f the advantages of thorough great excrement for a short time. We forming a breastwork around a apace of a ¡Kicket book and aiaiy'c<h taining name
home at the time.
The fare from Roseburg t» Salem and
Ranch, on Monday last while at work on
The Yreka t'nion says: Jas. Suthcr- educational ti lining and high culture, women folks turned out a» well as the ground sufficiently extensive to contain of John Murray. The finder will be
the new hotel at that ¡dace, lost his foot return will be only $6 25 during the land, «if Ptna, arrived at the
' o track this i and as the subject is one in which Presi men.
the encampment of seven hundred men. suitably rewarded by leaving it at this
ing and fell to the ground, a distance of State Fair.
week with d good lot of ‘'stepi»ers,” and
One of our cynical young bachelors The limbs served as zfnel, while the office.
twenty-nine feet, crushing both nnkles
Sheriff Bybee is confine ! t » his room Is bound to take some of the purses ditr the address wxs one of his ablest efforts i asserted before a crowd of ladies the trüfiks made an impenetrable barrier
N otice .—All persons indebted to Dr.
fearfully. At last accounts no pliysi’ci’ui by a severe rtttaek of f«*ver, but is now ing the coming fa;r.
At its conclusion a quartet fcohipoSed of other d ty, that he was going to marry against bdilets, or a sudden attack by the
J. H. Chitwood by note or account must
had been procured, although every avail convalesing.
Miss Irene Wrisley, who hxs been Mr. find Mrs. Rogers and Messrs. Nich the first good looking young lady he n1bt, Indians. Water and grass were abund positivey settle by the 1st of October, I
able ¡»lace ha«l been visit« k I in search of
The new bridge at Rock Point was te idling a public school in Siskiyou ols and Willits sang a grand sotig entitled provided she was a good cook. “I’m a ant an l of the best quality. A finer must have money by that time.
completed last Thursday, and travel is county, comes to Ashland to finish her “The Tree of Liberty.” TÌ1C prescilta- splendid cook ! ’ immediately exclaihfed place for a military <amp was not to be
J. H. C hitwood .
B ig P rice for W heat . —In his after noW passing over it.
education. Her sister and brother also tion of the keys of the Colíég’e Heilig one of the charmers. The trousseau is found in that section of country, mid it
then in order, Mr. G. F. Billings, who ordered and the ¡»readier engaged—next! was decided to make the camp perm t-
W. \V. Keiitnor is making a buck chine to attend the College.
dinner speech at the Pioneer Reunion
last week, E. K. An lerson said he board for Rob’t Garrett, who will use it
The new school books have arrived and nent until such time as a final move ;TTEN In Jacksonville. Sept. 15th,
Fountain £ Farlow have just received Trustees to perform the pleasant duty,
hr night the first wheat to this valley that
Dorothea Otten, wife of Frederick Ot
li large invoke of boots and shoes of ev stepped forward and addressed the Pres the 'joinins don’t know how it is that should be made. The Indians were ca
ten, aged 36 years, 9 months and 3
ever came here. He brought
Postal Agent Steele, of Portland, ery variety, which will be sold at lower
they get a new book for an old one. A
ident in an excellent and most appro
Yamhill county in 1852, ami sold it for passed through Ashland last Tuesday on prices than ever before ottered. Ladies’
case in point explains the situation:
priate speech. Mr. Billings reminded
$16 to $20 a bushel. Mr. Anderson put his way
I i rtD 1 misses' shoe* a •ipeciality.
Little Freddie, who had jdst exchanged and daily ;t scout would sta’-t, out, to re BURNS—In Jacksonville, Sept.* 13th,
* to LakevieW.
Mrs. Rebecca J. Burns, aged 52 years,
turn at almost the same hour in the aft
in a cr< p the same year, and the ilext
T. G. Watters has received a fine
The J icksonville Minstrels played to a his care not merely the locks and the two old “chawed-up” articles that might
months and 21 days.
harvest realized $8 a bushel for what he assortment of silver plated ware—some gb >d audience in Jacksonville «>n Wed
have once been books for two new oiieS, ernoon, which gave grounds for the
property of the College, lut
suspicion that they only went far enough
had to sell. If our farmers could have thing new tor Ashland. .
nesday evening of last week, and their most precious charge that could be ac I rushed breathlessly up to his parental
from camp to avoid observation, an l
sold their wheat this year for 816 or even
B. F. Myer and wife and Mrs. Cool entertainment has received flattering cepted—the characters and destinies of
there remained the rest of the day, and i PICKENS—In Table Rock precinct,
$8 a bushel, there would have been
1 cheat John Boyer though !”
Sept. 4th, to the wife of E P. Pickens,
idge, of this ¡»lace attended the Califor notices from the lmme papers.
the children of this région. The Presi-
at near the same hour would return with
Mr. E litor you must excuse the brev
nia state fair at Sacramento.
In respect to the wheat crop of Scott dent responded with a few remarks ex
the stereotyped report: “Indians on the
F rom E agle P oint .—Messrs. J. J.
The new bell for the Phienix church is va’ley, Mr. Wagner give it as his opin- pressive of his ajipreciation of the respoh ity of my remarks but the multifarious bar three miles below, some sign on this
Si» EC! AL NOTICI«
Fryer and L. Tinkljam, of Eagle Point, t »ppirig in Ashland, and has beefi fur ion that it would he a little more tlian Sibility he was to assume, and after more i duties attendant upon one who superin side but can't tell which way they intend
who were in attendance at the pioneer nishing amusement for the youngsters. I hit f the average, instead of a little
music by the band and some enlivening tends fie household prevents extended t » move. Think we’ll find out more
Therefore, yott will
reunion, made us a pleasant call on Fri-
remarks from Prof. Nichols, thé assem literary labors.
Jacobs, Fox A Guerin will continue to ' as we incorrectly had it last week.
day moining. 3 hey report Eagle Point make brick at their yard near town until
Sain’l Witftbn brought a load df cheese blage dis]»ersed for the afternoon.
Thus days passe l an l u>. alvance was
B etsy J ane .
L am » O ffice at Roseburg, Oregon, /
as progressing steadily, and have strong wet weather ihterferes with their woik. fro.a Smith river, Cal., to Ashland last
At 7:30 in the evening, the chapel was
made against the enemy. Leisure in
August 28, 1879. I
faith that it will before many years be a
It,m» from Tuli-
camp was becoming irksome, and com
J S. Eubanks will attend the Siskiyou Fr lay. It is a superior article, an i n<>
is hereby given that the follow
town of considerable size and importance.
plaints soon were heard of the inactivity. ing Notice
county fair, taking for exhibition one or do il»t will m’efet with re;l ly sale, It may ami the rest of the available s|»ate filled
settler has filed notice of his
The fol’owing wa? received from our
The “sticky” land on Butte creek is ex
by those who had the p ivi’ege of stand
It now became necessary to begin to intention u ».» make final proof in sup-
two of the buggies of his own manufact be had at Butler Rockiellow’s.
ceedingly productive ami has lasting
ing. The band was again in attendance correspondent just too late for last week’s kindle the pati’oïic fires, that should p nt oi Lit claim, and secure final entry
Mr. Cardwell, of Portland, U.
qualities not possessed by the lighter
ami ¡'endered a number of excellent issue:
have been burning, but were thought by ! er jof at the expiration of thirty days
lecter of interna! revenue, was
Soils, and notwithstanding its unpleasant
pieces during the evening. After a beau
the commanders to have become extinct from tl.c d-* ? of this notice, viz: Wil
land last Saturday. Mr. C. La
liam G. Breeding, Homestead Applica
features in the iainy season, it IS
tiful song by the quartet, Prof. Nichols
Warm days and cool nights.
in the breciSts of the gray-back-covered tion, No 2,006, for the E. A of N. E. j,
coming every year to be more highly shall be after them with those little and was greatly pleased with the ffoda was introduced, and delivered his address
volunteers. For that purpose word went N. W. of N. E-, 1 an 1 N. E. j of S. E. ]
Beef buyers in this section.
prized for agricultural purposes.
npofi “Learning and Religi<-n---their
Grain did not do well this season on out one fine afternoon that Gen. Iznner- of Section 5, Tp.vnship 40, S. Range, 3
And now “the whining schoolboy, with
Correlation and Antagonisms.” It Jiris account of the cold, late spring and the ick would address them at a certaifi hour, East,and lianas the Mlomng as his wit
Those who have received circulars in
W heat that W on ’ t R i st . The Li- his satchel and shining morning face,
able in argument, vigorous hi expres frost th it visited us o»i the 4th of July. and close attention was invited to the nesses, viz: William Butler of Jackson
county and John H. Breeding of
hiyette I'oiiriir says: “We have received cree]»eth like sna 1 unwillingly to
sion, beautiful in diction and eloquent in This frost caught the greater ¡»art of the stirring and highly elevating remarks Jackson county.
Ca'l A' Co. will please remember that the
several sjiecimeds of wheat, one from the school.
delivery. Occupying nearly an hour, it grain in bloom, or in the «lough, and which were promised. The hour arrived
WM. F. BENJAMIN, Register.
were not sfent out merely xs a
farm of Hon. «1. D. Fenton, the ‘Posy
The Webb Bros, will drive some 5,000
was followed throUgliout with the’ closest damaged it to such an extent that most and an object was seen to climb the bark
variety, sown in the month of April. head <»f slice]» from Siskiyou county to matter of f< tiii . Business is meant.
For sale- Two hundred ..head -of high
interesft ami attention. At its close, Mr. of it was cut for hay. Hay crops Were of a bilge pine stum]» and presently bal
J. M. Mu. *Co;
I’ll is wheat, although struck by the rust Colorado as soon as they can have them
Spanish Merino bucks. Apply to
A. G. RAckfellow ntoved that the Presi also light here this harvest, owing to the ance itself on the top. It was the Gén
did not seem to be injured, a piece of 16 sheared.
The I’arn of H .ins Hansen, near Etna, dent and Vice President both be request
Wagner & Anderson at the Ashland
light rain fall of last winder and spring. éral, no mistaking the flaming red com
acres yielded 32 bushels to the acre. Two
ed to have their addresses published in
Our friend Coolidge never forgets the
forter, which fluttered and swayed Mill.
samples from Mr. George Perkins’ farm
around the laurel-crowned brow of that
printers. He feasted its this week upon on the 6th, with its entire contents. some manner, and the motion was car
g<rto show quite conclusively that it de
82,500 The fire is sujijiosed to ried unanimously. They will probably segre"a‘ed from the Linkville and Big thrice gallant commander. For a few
the finest peaches and grapes we have
Springs district. A meeting of settlers
pends a great deal <>n the variety of the
have originated from »¡»arks dropped by appear in the College paper.
minutes he held the attention of the I B aptist S ervices ,—Every Sunday
had this year.
was hcl I, the proper officers elect*»«!, the
grain as to wheth r it is injured by rust
men smoking about the barn.
motley crowd of volunteers who foun I it morning at 11 o’clock in the grove near
E. F. Roekfellow returned from San
size of the building determined, and
Daley <1 Co. a mi!!.
or not. A samp’e of ‘Little Club was
of the College by the people of Ashland
convenient to listen to the harangue,
A t the M. E C hurch ,—There will
full, plump ami solid, while some of the
door for more than a week, and nt differ and vicinity irf their attendance upon its
when he was followed by the genial and lie rcgiib r services every Sunday at 11
‘Australian White’ was badly shriveled
ent times it was thought his time had opening exercises is an encouraging fea-
man is to do a certain amount of work tn respected Colonel who was loudly cheered a . .’i : Sunday school at 2 P. M.
and dried out ahd will not pay for cut and winter trade
come, but We are glad to announce ilrat turc in the auspicious beginning of tlie
L. L. R ogers , Pastor.
erecting the building, which is' to T»e 18x by the boys for his some'’ haf extrava
The College opened w ith a better at he is now better, find his con lition is
ting. Both of the hitter grew side by
1 enterprise, and we trust the interest will
gant but kindly rema’ks.
aide in «»lie field, ami were both struck tendance even than was anticipated and comidered favorable to recovery.
i éônfinue and increase, and that the 26 feet. We will here say that the bach
“I will lead you.my bravé boys,to the
elors have contributed very liberally and
alike by rust; one was not injured in the there will likely be a hundred students
I: t our report of the accident to Frank school will prosper and grow in useful have re hived the credit justly due them fastnesses of the cneinÿ and by the grace
A house and lot for sale on Granite
least, while the other amounts to hot h within two weeks.
of God and our own strong arms we ll
i Wo.»d last week,- Drs. Royal an J Chit- ness, building upon a firm foundation a for their interest in education.
Johtf Griffin and family and Dolph , wo >d were mentioned a* th* attending collegiate institution that shall be the
subdue the savage horde who are devas street. Apply to T. G. WATTERS.
tating our frontier. I will stand in the
physicians. Wc have learned since that centre of learning and advancement in
/M emora ni.F. E vent . —T < »-day thirèy
29th concerning the drowning of the bow of the first.boat when we cross the
day. They expect to make homes in Dr. Inlow hxs also been in almost con- Southern Oregon.
years ago, forty seven ox wagons and
ÖHQgy for Sale.
negro, Toni Shipley. It was in Lost river to attack' the enemy. I will stand
i sta it attendance since the accident.
nearly all the ma’e pioneers of the then Eastern Washington.
for netv ScHool rtver instead of in Goose lake, as you
Prof Nichols was unwell Irtst Sunday, ' II. M. T'ntchir, of L;n’<villc, cam in Rnt'-a of Excl» 11 <ngl
hjnight .as a figurehead in the first boat,
Territory, left Oregon City for the gold
A light open buggy nearly new, in per
to' • «.
have it. It happened at the ranch of and if my frail body shall be capable of
fields of California. With the exception
las S in lay, an 1 rcturne I home Tues
order, for sale cheap for cash; or
Colwell A Bybee, ami the particulars ar«' shielding my brave followers from the
of two, Peter H. Bennett and Joseph
day m »ruing.
Mr. Thatcher rejwirts
would bo exchanged for real estate. In
For the information of the public, I about a> fo!'o'.vs: John C irdwell, a vmirg enemy’s file that shield shall stand up as quire at the Ashland College, of
fl-ill, they di returns 11-> Oregon and have was given in its stc.Tl.
bui ness !»i'is’< at L’nkville. The new
man wnrk’ng on the anc’», and M G.
a mark for the enemy .? bullets as freely
Wm. II. Leeds, of the T idings , will bri .k store of Thatcher .V Worden will respectfully submit the contract figures
m vie it their home. Cob Jennings an 1
W. I. NICHOLS.
as I now stand on thé top of this stump.”
af wb’ich the new school books may be
Judge White, both qf whom were in our . take a trip to Like County this week, be revly f<»r <»ccnpa icy in ash »rttiim.
i with th » negr > stT’ted across ♦’■e r’ver in
Cheer followed gheer for the brave Colo
office ’aat evening, were among the ad J visiting Linkville, Fort Khnnath, the
S i -v-cv »r General J. C. Tolman, after obci i ' i until Januuv, 1889.
Sheep for Sale or to Let.
negro nel. and he stepped from the stump to
Wb.ere a chil l has oi l b > >k’ of sime
venturers. Many are still living in Ore Agency and other plac&.
a p ‘as mt visit a nong ool friend» afl I
seute l ’■ sc’f in ti e Low “.nd took the give place to Li'-ut. Col. W. W. Chap
gon, while others have crossed the dark
Twelve hundred head of sheep for siile
Geo. Durand, of Silver Like, formerly nei • th >.s a'» » it As :1a i 1, st irte I up' >n grade to Cxc’ianga f >r “is v ' cil he Twiddle to . pel ♦1 .. L,;,*. Tq m Li* " man, who soon vacated the now well
to let on the shares, by Mrs. M. W
cs ; 1st reader,
waters. The recurrence of the anniver Assessor of Siskiyou county,- wus in Ash his rc:u.n to Port'a’i 1 31 mdiy evening, obtained
Scratched platform to give place to Maj.
Ashland, Oregon. For par
sary will bring to min I such as have land this week, after a lead of flour, He has leased his farm up the tallfey for
(lie bein' • a lev v m mJ the 1» at captried
at the Pioneer Store.
passed away.and the incidents and events bacon and other supplies.
and fhr rw the three occimnntx out in»o iliir exercises, when a detatchment under
two years, to Messrs, Parli.'»« A Plt- 5th, .'»Gets, 6th, 50cts; speller, lOuts.
Where a child ham »Lol lb »»ksofsairij thA w.ifir, \thuh was tw dve or fift«*cn
of that hard journey through the unex-
Grant Helman has the he.Trty thanks ton.
Major Bruce, of one hundred and fifty
grade to exchange the “new’ can be ob feet dee ». Yonn" Car Iwell managed to men was sent out to feel of, but not to
p’ored regions of Southern Oregon and of the printers of this office for a hand
Fartoers, Attention !
tained for these prices: 1st reader, 13cts; saVe hi nelf and the b >y, but the "egro engage,the enemy unless attacked. The
Northern Ca’ifomia will be the subject some treat of peaches, plums and pears
sank, a id. s?n,"u’’:r’y cn iigh, did n t
M essr.;. Fountain A' Farlow, at the
of General recital among the old settlers frojnCaj/t. A. D. s orchard.
2d, 23cts; 31, 35cts; 4th, 45cts; 5th, again c'». ’e t >,the surface' aft'*'’ going un detachment was composed of the tom
Store, will pay the highest»mar
6f this State. — Portland Standard, epf.
65cts; 6th, 70cts: speller, 14ets.
The der. H s body w-»s found and taken <('
ket price for 1,Of JO'bushels of oai’f artd
W. W. Williams.
Mr. H. T. Johns, of Washington City,
readcis and spellers only are tv be Linkville for b’liria1.
The morning was quite warm, and the 1,000 bushels of wheat. They- will give
is in Jacksonville. Mr. Johns is em
of the sun, reflected by the many you goods at cash prices in exchange for
T eamin ’-. A ccident .—List Tlfurslay, ployed by t!< T^vernment to look after
admonished the boys that the day wheat and oats.
Mr. Wm. Hoffman of Jacksonville and
says the Yreka Journal. Jno. Beaughan’s tres]>;vsses u]»on timber land.
Messrs. Fountain & Farlow of Ashland
boy, Alpheus, met with a serious acci
most of the boys stripped themselves of
FOR S alí !
S. Humphrey, an old resident of Jack-
F ort K lamalh , Sept. 14th, 1870.
Be are informed, says the Del - Norte are the authorized agents for the new
all superfluous clothing In shirt and
dent while coming down the zigzag grade
son county, died at Jacksonville on the lte<‘>id, that Mr. Alpaugh, a farmer liv books in Jackson county.
The s ug ng school is we’l attended ev pants, with the ever necessary bullet
on the Sacramento river road, at Bass'
House anti lot in Ashland
6th inst. Mr. Humphrey was at one
Surf lav evening.
|>ouch and powder horn, with rifles
The books have just arrived, so come
ing in Elk Valley, near Crescent City,
Hill, the same place where the stage time County Snperintendent.
Major Mason, Inspector General of trailed, the detachment slowly ascended
A good house, with a neat wood-shed
has a cow that nurses a litter of pigs. on with your old books; but do not fail
tipped over a couple of weeks ago. It
the long slo]»e of the hill which rose in and barn, upon a lot desirably situated
She lays down for them to suck, an 1
seems that the brake broke, causing the
rear of the camp, till they reached the on Main street, with bearing nuit trees
ridge. A line of oak and pine timber i upon it.
wagon to crowd the wheel and sw ing an
indicated the beginning of the descent,
way, except in nursing the pigs.
imals ahead, and double up the team,
For particulars inquire of Mrs. Har
which w.as into a deep, daik canyon, riet Ewing, who may be found at the
towards rendering them unmanageable,
P. >f. Ktfgler has concluded n >t to give
thickly set with large boulders and stiff residence of Mr. O. Coolidge, in Ash
J D. F ountain ,
The dance at Houck's Hall last Thurs another term oi nrstrrction m music in
especially when the line mu’e, a stub
scraggy brush. Assoonasthe irregular land.
mass of men had reached the i idge, they
born animal at times, refused to mind
I Ash’and at present, as r »ugh weather
the 15th inst., to take some phot<»grap’i!C formed in line, the three companies
the line. The boy feL his time had cer enjoyable time was had by all. The i would make it unpleasant travetm$ be-
WE.VHIER HEP. RT.
views of the scenery.
abreast and with Major Bruce in the
tainly come, but with determined pluck supper received unusual praise.
j twejn Jacksonville and AshlaWd before
The oncers and ladies of the Post center, bagan the abrtfpt descent.
The following is the weather report
stayed on the wheel animal until he saw
B. F. Reeser h*s ittvcntcrt a new kind j the c’ose of the term. It is h:S intention,
It was the intention to cross this deep
A. W. BISH Proprietor,
the lead animal start down the steep of fastening for the lid of the ordinary how over, to organize a class again next furnished us by H. C. Hili, for the week gave a farewell «lance to the lady visitor gulch, and from the level plateau on the
ending Sept. 16th: Thermometer re a(the P »>t last week, at the “Thfeatrc other side they expected to obtain a clear
bank, off the grade, which is about 20 tin fruit can, which is very convenient spring.
corded at 6 A. m . and 12 M.
view of the Indian camp on the oppo
feet high. The boy then made a jump, and satisfactory. Try his cans.
Mrs. Nfehols has received her new pi DA I E
W EA’rn E R
TH F-R M T ft
To the People af jMckaon and Laho
I ut his foot held lb the stirrup, from
The Adi it nitcket/f, oi Mode« Co.,
rived ha/e kyit SundayOn the 7th . h-- was made. Swinging from shrub to
which he soon escaped,and barely cleared Cal., has entered upon its second volume
started f »r (¿¡at^r, L<*|k^, accomjtanled by shrub, the men let themselves down. —I will can fresh fruits and vegetables
the wheel as the wa"on turned over on and is apparently meeting with deserved cisco and is greatly ¡»leased with it. It
Occasionally a hold would break, when
Col. Whip-pel an i Lieut. Duncan.
top of the team, killing all six animals. success. It is a good local paper.
| is a »ranich A Bach instrument, a piano
an unfortun-tc voluntee.’ would be seen of all kinds to order dqrijig the season,
The boy hurt his hip and was otherwise
Mike Mitchel! starts fur Rogue rivei to s’.DOt q iick’y out of s'ght down at Measurable rates. Fruit,a:il tojnatoes,
William Holmes, an old pioneer of
tlightly injured, suifering only a little
vaBey: tQ I ty, to lu in" home his stock t the. declivity, to bring su idenly up a specialty. Orders from a distance
there are over 40 institutions, schools and
lameness, but his escape* from instant
this Jila c.
M ke says the e. is to agamst a sharp boulder, or loJge in the
filled oh short not.ee. Send stamp for
death seemed miraculous, especially af City last Friday, at the advanced age of seminaries, on this coast using instru-
i much fever and ague in
the va ley for branches of a ' ree.
ter being caught in the stirrup.
B ig O x .
[to be continued .]’
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