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FRANCISCO THOU BL I.
File Salem Slntesma’i Ims been
fiumiiig upon the cost of the p:*ni-
teniiarv to the people of the slftte
under llv« old administration ami
imder lire new. The editor says:
“Comparisons áre said to be odi
ous, but the friends of the old and
new administration have been en
deavoring to make each other
ttdious in this way for sonm time,
aud the last efiart makes a very
stronç shoving in favor of the new
administration w^^h started out
to be economio|^Vnot virtuous.”
After compariiM^me expenditures
under the diflvrent administra
tions, the result is summed up as I
followsi “Watkinds expended in
five quarters with an average of
92 convicts, §47,517 03. Bush
for the five quarters with an aver
age of 175 convicts expended §22 -
971.27. a diflerence of S24 545 27.
in favor of Bush’s aihninistrntion.
From the foregoing tabh’Sit will be
seen that under Watkinds’ admin
istration it cost §51648 to keep
one prisoner five quarers, while
under Bush’s for the san e length
of time it cost only $131 26.
The N. w Y ork lleralo’s Jn.->h re
lief fund by the middle <4 February
had reached the mag »ificeiit pro
portions of’$2011,692.51», including
its own generous subscription of
one hundred thousand ilollars.
THE ASHLAND DñUG STORE «
E. J. FARLOW,
J. D. FOUNTAIN,
HAS BEEN REMOVED TO
Butler & Rockfellow.
The citizens of Sait Francisco,
Who have regarded the vaporings
Secretary Sherman has been as
of the sand lot rabbi«; with con
sured by the chairman of the Ohio
tempt and indifference in the past,
Republican Executive Committee
httve apparently awakened to the
Main Street, Anhand,
that he may rely upon a solid
realization that while Kearney’s
Ohio delegation to Chicago.
threats and niouthings may be
AVINO SUCCEEDED MRS. M. W. M AR-
A bill prohibiting the playing
mere idle wind so far as ahv
G DINE ID Ibr bUi*i es-, wouil ..IIIH uaco IO
or great danger to the city from
the Rtib le iluil tbt-j olTei f„r tale a full liue vf
for drinks has passed the assembly
mob violence is concerned, the
of California, and will probably
sand lot agitations have effected
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
<2ì-cBaaafcLPttia Siti-» if ® Ito.siaci®
become a law.
great injury to the business inter*
di a sc <•»
ests anil prospects of the city.
Capital has been frightened away,
He raised two hundred thousand
8TAPI.E and FA VC Y COOD3, DRE3SJ GCGDS,
new enterprises have been nipped
Statioaoxy, School Books, Etc.,
dollars during his visit.
CLO1DINO. BOO 8 and SHOES,
in tin? bud by the general distrust
HATS, CAP.', HARDWARE,
abroad of the safety of investments
“HONEST DEALING, AND A FAIR PRDFIf.’’
an ; d -
in the city, and it is evident to
— LI ¿3
try n> XÙLE CD ti Û ÆA 8—
even a casual observer that the
INL0W.—Near Ash’and, March 9th,-to
city ha? suffered seriously from the
the wife of C. A. Iulow, a daughter.
FOUNTAIN & FARLOW.
CROCKERY und GI.ASS-WARE,
In gr»>at variety m d of new aDd virloua dej’gna.
LEWIS.—At Phoenix, March 11th, to
—PURE WINES and LIQUORS—
At last the substantial citizens
the wife of Benj. Lewis, a son.
And every thing- usually found in a
-Fur medical purpoees-
have concluded that forbearance
is no longer a duty. After some
H. M. THATCHER,
New this Week,
particularly venomous and incen
And we also propose to cell all Goods
diary talk from Kearney about
THATCHER & WORDS IT,
The Senate has passed the bill
erecting a gallows on the sand for the reclamation of arid and
“CHEAP FOR CASH !”
B tUSllE». ETC.. ETC.
—PROPRIETOS OF THE—
lots for the hanging of certain waste lands.
CANDIES, NUTS a m d FINE CONFECTIONS.
It authorizes the
prominent men, it was thought Secretary of the Interior to con
---- M OTTO—
lime to take some measures for tract tor the sinking of two arte
‘Quick Sa le* »nd Small Profits*9
suppressing the ravings of the in sian wells on the plains east of I
C.u« fully cum, cuniied of the finest drug«.
—OF LINKVÆLE, LAKE COUNTY. OREGON
sane leaders of the would-be Ja the Kockv Mountains, said wells
cobites, as well as to take precau to be sunk at such places as the
Taken in exchange for goods.
tion against whatever chance there Secretary may designate, and
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
might be of attempted violence, I wherever the site of either of such
AGENTS FOR THE NEW WIL
and a vigilance committee was I wells shall be designated, the Sec-
SON OSCILLAI ING öHUflLE
formed somewhat after the plan of retary is direct« d to declare a res ASHLAND,
the very effective organization of ervation of four square miles, with
Kp»po c nstantly on hand a fi ie a-sort
*56. The most respectable and "aid site as nearly as possible in ineu’ o’’ Hi • be-’.
most respected citizens are num center thereof, and the hinds so
Goods of every variety are continually arriving, direct fr< nt San Frnncisoo, with
COMMON FLINT AND PEBBLE CLASSES, IN
bered among the supporters of surveyed shall not be subject to
which they are filling their mammoth in it k for the accentniodation
W>TE SHALL BE PLEASED TO WAIT
ou l. cue on» re ai d w 11 do our
of their many customers in the L ake C ovxtby .
this movement, and it is evidently j salit or disposal under the laws of GOLD S'LVER. N CKEL, STEEL,
not a mere attempt to frighten th«1 j the (Inited States until such reser
CALL AND EXAM'NE CCR STICK !
agitators. The respectable por- ■ vation has been released. Twenty
Bu'l r & It ock fellow.
Some!Iiini’ New in Spectacles—
tiou of San Francisco’s population thousand dollars are appropriated
Ashland. Muy 16, 1879.
it. ot u j.H'itble and cl>at-geable
has unquestionably shown gieatj to carry the act into effect.
Beef Cattle, Hides ar.d Wcol Taken in Ex%a~ge for Goods
G a*sea ai.d Frames
Cu i ami ste
tolerance to the rabble, but we j
ASHLAND HARNESS SHOP
mistake the spirit of the citizens' The New York Commercial,
if they do not promptly put down, : commenting upon the manTesto
S I) C I E 11 E
cost what it may, the dangerous ot the vigilance committee of San
element of insurrection and an Francisco, says; All this means Ashland Lodge No. 189,1. 0. G T.
V » J V • A V ■ J
one thing—one thing only—and I Meets.it ire new II.II of McC 1) & B uni every
Irid y eve ni» i •*> o'clock p m iKoilier- and
—.I D THE PROPRIETOR—
MANUFACTURER OF,AND DEA’ ERIN
Upon the issuance of the mani that is a fixed resolution to put -’•nr« in g ««1 iidug re curila ly invited to >t-
festo of the vigilantes, the infa down hoodliimism and Kearnyism >»<1 T e Te up'e mee » every firrt ani tidid Wed
mous demagogue Kalloch, who' by any means it may be found nesday in e ch iuwuoi T.
O. A ndrews W C. T ,
Fl’itir, g il.r.ni, n.e 1, er c’- - d wheat, ui.d feed dé
California W II L.-c.s, S- c >.
owes his position as Mayor of the necessary to employ.
livré 1 in A ill ud «U U» l|.>lG:S.
A shland , O kegon .
WiLLrl RISII Y LW.Til AKYTHIhC IN IÌIS LINE CHEAPtC TËAK Vvü CÀI. CET IT ÍLSLWKLRE ’
citv to the votes of the Kearnvites, is saved. There is no longer a
e PS A G ! NEH AL ASSORT-
Asûi.tutl Lod^e Ao. 23.
WLat is the Ude of people east of ti e mount:.iiib payii g 50 Tfe
to whose anarchic ideas and com question about it. Capital is be-
mc-ut of go- <li* li- I ii* lii-e < f iiu<»e
cents apiece lor apple trees when they can get
munistic hop«‘S Im has pandered in«r withdrawn. The minimi in- 7v\
A. F. & A. Ilf..-
t: e t-i.NcS'i T ulls in America at 7 cis.
L:i<ii<s\ Vlen 9 and B« ys* Sad
with the most dispicable assiduity, tercst has begun to center in New
each by the thousand in Ashland.
Bold? tU-’r »luted cu.nn.unl .ition» Tburtday even
dles, a S;»t < :;»l I
published a proclamation in which York and a general feeling of ap ; ng« on or tiefi-re hr full muon. He hreu in good
He Las 60 or ?U ol tl.e best varieties of ap| ic ticcs k- < v n,
UNKVILU, U.K- CO., ORIGON.
he asserted that the class which prehension is growing. The bet .lauding are curdinl'y invi ed toatteiii.
Te in, Bug j and Plow Har Ss
---- Anu on Hand —
B. AiKINt >’, W. M.
assumes the name of “Working-' ter ciass of people are at last wak J. S. P cbamcs . Src’ W.
men” in San Francisi o is grossly ing up to a sense of the serious
— DE AI ER IN —
A GENERAL ÂSSÛETOT OF PEACH, FE/.R.KECTAEIEE, CELFF.Y, FF.LI t /.i-.ú PLLM TREES, AKD
Aslilaitd Lodge >'o.-15,
misrepresented by the manifesto blunder that has been committed.
EVEEYTHil'C THAT CAI! GE FOUND IN A FIRST-CLASS «-RY.
STOVES, TIN AND HARD
II J RSI. BLAXKEIS.
of the citizens’ committee; that
The bill agreed upon bv the
Hold their r»gul .r •neeiii.g every S,i'. rduy even
the sand lotiers ar«» peaceable, in-
-----A i.BOICE A'SORl'MLNr OF SFIALE » BEE-------
W inch :.st i : r R ipiaiing R ifles
oflens:ve citizens, who have re
a .lud.ng are c »rdialiy invi.ed t.. i"cud.
PISTOLS AMD AMMUNITION Or ALL KINDS,
(commonly called Henry Riths) ot I MAPLE, £UC; R .4’iPl.E, SOFT OR SILVER MAPLE, ORESCH MAFLE, BOXWOOD, CASfWOOB, SLIFFERV
frained from violence undvr the i mitteeto restrict, Chinese immigra
A. I). HELM AN, N. O.,
LLhi, I KITE LLM, AUN'.KUS, I.CNEY LOCUtT, BUFT. I A. t: TI.EliA. •: , ILL OAK,
SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC.
model ot 18u6, lb73, and 1876
greatest provocation, out of their
E d . D k P isatt . Sei re «y.
CHESTNUT CAh, NUT TREES: C£. ?. ElAii I ZI» U’., LIT. L r.I.Ul,
CHESTNUT, ALL KIN9J ia Ki^.a RY . Si LI iHt Bl’i iCH
respect tor peace and order. In
tlUTTO THE t ARCEFT SHELL-3. K ... ¡.SET
Repairing and Jub Work promptly exi-
Aht> Hnila-Sr.E’L L-4CHJS,
deed, one would think from Kid-
DiCCER i IHE, ETC.
loch’s proclamation that the saml
—/ ]«<> Ornamental Shrubbery----
Jotters are model citizens, who i passenger bill passed by Congress
Mm ket Rates la Exchai ee
would be an honor to any city or j 'ast year, except that the section
MOUNTAIN ASH, HICH BUSH CRANBERRY. rOMECRAHATE FLOWERING ALMCND, SHOW BALLS, WY
Arhlnnd. Ju'e 27th, 1876.
or country. .Such villainous «lem-
LUA, ROSE ACAC'A, LILACS-WHITE AND PURFLF, ElC. A Fill LJT OF
wait upuii guiKls at this b-nR-estut>
agogism has seldom been equalled. lute abrogation ot two articles ot li.'lmd iiom-e, and is iletrrmiued to
MONTEREY CYPRESSES.. ALD DAHLiAS ELAU1I1LL.
L. A. N kii >,
W m . U aih . ib ,
R. P. N eil
Kalloch is more pernicious than the Burlingame treaty is omitted. spar»* n<> piins iti the miltavnr ’o give
i-fict'on to th»* public. Visitors
Kearney, for he is more p«»werful,
will at all times find the tabb-«. supplied
and possesses the brains and the President based Lis veto.
a li h the best fare to be Lad ill bouth-
education to command attention
Oliver Dalrymple, the great erti Oregon.
where Kearney would be unno Minnesota farmer, intends to cul
Tlianktol for past patronage, a share
Harris INeil St Co
ticed; ami if active measures tivate 30,000 acres of wheat this • f onblic favor is noiieim.l
should be rendered necessarv on year. He will have 20 steam
Ail kinds cf Lesb and dried
A s ~ lanp , O regon .
the part of the vigilance commit threshers in operation, with 13-5
M i ns,
'RVEN Wil EEL W AGOX' < c \RRI-
tee it is altogether probab e that reaping machines. Last year he
ititles un i pehs > o .gh , and ail kind.« r.-l fat
A. B. WRIGHT.
Kalloch e would be amoim
oi’<!er at short notic. ll^?i-iti»g
I employed 600 laborers, and this
BLACKSMITHING and m a ly duto*. Fin \v i k a specialty.
to receive the justice which the I year lie will increase the number GENERAL
peculiar circumstances seem to Ito 700.
have placed just without th«» pal«»
of the ordinary operation of our
1 he Fitz John Porter bill was B0NAH3A,
Dr. J. M. TATLOB,
Is prepared to do all kinds of
tabled io the Senate last week,
All kinds of blacksmithing done in the
As to the organization of the I chieiiv by Democratic voces. The
PA IN TL\ G,
GRA IN IN G
— AND —
“Protective Union” of the citizens, Republican members preferred, it
MAIN STREET, ASHLAND, u REGGN.
the Chronicle says: “As many as is said, lhat the discussion should
HDHSE SHOEINC A SPECIALTY.
12,000 citizens cam«» forward, the j continue, as they considered it as Wagons, Buggies, Wheel-barrows, Etc,,
W agon and B uggy I’ aintikg
Linkville Livery Stables.
w*?~0flice in second story of Masonic
first day after the movement was \ making political capital for their
made and repaired. Plow work re
a apt cia I ty.
ceives special attention.
made public, spontaneously and party.
Work •'«•» ->01¡viog rute».
MANNING & WEBB,
and from 1:30 to 5 P. M.
unsolicited, and offered themselves
milANKING IDE PUBLIC FOR PAST FA-
All appointments of enumera
4k vomi »oui »iliutui Un- s u.e lu lue future.
and their names, and many have
t Ti* ii'»l-»tied I ii , ni'-w-rkly -Mir'aof e'g’-t pegea tn
re pleased to atnouuce that tteii Starke a *
been adding their names since.
F W. EA3HF0BD,
Forwardng and ÎJ mmission
a eu p.r , r » X e»i< pi.«r e.ih week. It ÿ>r<tenia
This unexpected movement shows visors are subject to the confirma
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND
how deep a feeling there is among tion or rejection of the Bureau al
the hitherto quiet, long-suffering, Washington. One enumerator to
OF MATTER LACH WEEK.
law-abiding and law-respecting each 4,000 of population is the ii ASHLAND, - - - - OREGON.
rpHE SUi SCRIRER u ILL UEREAr-
men of tbiscominunity. The cen apportionment aimed at by Super-
ier iun a In e o i-'Hge daily b> iw«»«»n Are iu excellent re.mir, an>| ly pr vi ’e-t wi h f±eJ It i« , o > i-t.ed üti \\ EDNES iia Y ». d SATURDAY
as a l * rge and commodious warf -
Collections promptly made, and special
tra! body of the Union is composetl 1 inlemlent Walker.
And 'h it cu-toniers uil
w. I ed Ou
h<>u——Ampi- i< om <> »tor- f»iuh' ml
a and Linl.viae f t Uie
attention given to the preparation of ■ v ry kin-l of , ro-’nee. 'echoic of S n he u
of 200 of the leading business men
promptly *n.d in the beet etjle.
A dispatch informs us that the Deeds, Moi igages, and other legal papery O.i:K.'i> wi 1 hud U lo their illte.e:I to ship ml fit .gut lauou vf p s-« i g' te and ex. e« matu-r.
of this city, with an inner cmim-d House Committee on Claims has
U1’- hij ;I i hi.e H->u—.
Il i* in 1' r—
Srr»uiuR t» >», Weekly juts
—On M in av . W <ii:»-»d • t s, and tri
Good HACKS ExoîVn» BUGGIES nnd No 1
Wool, b e n, fiou hi’<»s, Oc , C >r>*i»ne’ >o my
of twenty, all of them men long j agreetl to report favorably on a
RIDING HORSES lw.je..blind
days, nl 5 o'clock a . m , a Que
c re lorrmeor rhi^meui win receiv- prompt aueu-
of Masonic Building.
connected and identified with the biil appropriating $3.500 tor the
@r*Bome promptly eired f >r, hd ->_^9
FOUR HORSE COACH
best interests of 8nn Francisco, j relief of A B. M« ucham, for in-;
fc^Maik good* cire of H. L. M.
W r.i. start Loin A'hluu-', »niving at Link
Tourists and Others Outfitted
and bearing unblemished and re i juries receive«! whil«‘ in the service i
ville in th- ev u ng < f t e sauie da_>.
spected names in every relation of I ot the United States during the
Ou th* feborte*t n •He*
feS-D. not f-ii to give ih- Lim-vil'e S’¡ We* » lij.
Moil oc oui break.
SALE AND FEED STABLES
IIEADQUARJ ER’S FOR
New Goods !
The Best Coeds, at the Lowest Prices,
New Prices !
GEKÏ5RAD KERCH ANQISE.
O. R. MYER,
GENERAL DIER H1NDISE,
8 E R Y
Saddlery & Harness,
Georg e T. Baldwin
J. S. E
J. N. T
H. Ze. IWTOH,
As 11 ( in Linkville
«D uni g, aiiivn g in Ashland in the
MANNING A WEBB
The official report of the House
The politicians, with eight years
H iving’»ken-he »toney for R. Br c'.en-
evening. On the al’ern’i’e days a
J. N. T. Miller & Co. P t ’ s ,
called for on the motion of Repre j of G ant, the Indianapolis News.
ridge’» M.uble Wo ke of Ro-ebu'g, I will ieceive
I a >.-1> > i ■»•• Imck or I'uck-Loard
order- for i-.ny *o-ii i*t>ded i- line liue in
sentative Horace Davis, says the Iud«’|H‘udent, asserts, nearly ru- LINKVILLE,---------------OREGON
will m»-ke lb- trip.
San Frat cisco Examiner, will I in«‘d the Republican party. They
iyl................................................ ®S 00
-ASHLAND AND ViCIHITY-
Large new barn and corral, and every
make a startling exh b t of the i want just one more chance to tio- arrangement to give saLsiaction in every Those wi-Ling i > —e d--i^ s un i le rn the [ rice»
I'tn- stag»*» c iii" < i w uii backs 1 r L < k - •
can do hj by c llii g u. on m- iu A»hl i d.
view a d i o i K-.uii.itli.
existence of slavery in China, and ! ish their work. 4 hey are able ar brancii of the business.
A. H. JACOBS.
show that the representation of chitects of ruin.
1S®F Exp'es» Chur es ei-<-n <b:e.
HAY, GRAM A’SD FLOUT
> 'Fl ICE in Ash.Hint al ti e I v»ry st b’«-. I wish to inform the public that I have i
the Six Companies and others en
Constantly on hand and for sale.
completed my new
The Philadelphia Tanos says:
gaged in importing Coolies to this
MILLIN1EY ANO D^îS -NUK Hu I i Liukii e <«’ Th < cb» i £ V,’"iileti's o e.
Const are grossly and designedly “Up io the present time Blaine
H. F. PHIILIFS,
MISSES L V. AND M. H. AHOERSGH.
false. These coolies are slaves or has had all the booms u ni Grant
serfs, and as such they are import has captured nil the delegates.
I claim to make
ed as so many cattle from China, This cun hardly be called a fair
THE BEST PICTURES IN SJUTHERN GRECGH.
for their labor market to crowd division.”
—Constating iu part of—
Giv • m i tri »1 in i b h t-0«
from employment free laboring
Grant was tu leave Cuba for
men and women, boya and girls.
I HERS, Era., ETC.,
This infamous trallie is carried on I the United Mates on the loth. He MAIN ST., ASHLAND, OREGON,
J. W. RIGGS.
in defiance of the clause of rhe’will go to Denver and visit the
Wngojn. Buggies. Curii g-?. Wl eel-
A shland OGN .
Is now prepared to do all kinds of work
Burlingame Treaty,which definite- mining regions of Colorado.
STYLES OF HATS.
Barrnws. I’ o«-Stocks, e c. mail»«
ly forbids anything gi the kind.
and re:-aii»<l at . ........ n*«ti»-»-.
ÿ 4 ¿ á 3 -
In a letter to ft Chicago friend:
£ £ ¿4 £ 5
Senator Ben Hill has a scandal II Sherman contradicts the rumor
.A|. outers l»4t al w" v« u kb« p. n- r’h «•
case on his hands which is creat I that
he has retired from the Presi- * Special atteuiicn given to Shoeing.
il e b- ’-’-e wi 1 receire prompt »n • s,ns. CLftC w eek In jote own own. Te m« oal|i5<>u fit
iriöQii ■ d ».ihi me. R. tn¿lev worih |5 free
j «lentiaI race.
ing much comment.
VvUr.ee, Addrea» ¡I. aAkxrrT fcUo., RurU nd,Me.
*** ** ♦♦♦’ÁddieU eTijtso* A 0»., Purtlmd,Meine. laeiorv attention
W. W. KENTNOB.
M M M 3 ?
—__ _____________ «C ♦
W. W. Koataor, Prop’r,
AliX STREET, AUIAM’
^■Utorncij at <SatD.
P ortland , O seront .
Tfertieular attention prad b Land titles. CoHecfb*
Debts a r si al! knul» ul’ Goccnuneni ClaiiMv
NOT FATI, t» «end
for our Cric« LUI far
» 188ü- FK*r t0
Bf .lidie’* upon »P-
Ba t 'fr-i•■•»'..
<|.- m rlp:h>ns or every-
perme ai or family ’M*.
with over 1 2AO 11 hi at rn' Ion-.
Wo ooh all
rood* at w.h«>le»’ie pr>-»« «», qnantllM, to ,utl
the purehiwr. Tlie only (■■•rl' urton In Amorfe»
who iti»ke I h I’ 'he'r *| h — ;rt liti. neM. AddTONL
Ì3 M Btt
MONTOOMKItV Wll.’lt « CO..
Til & 2XÜ tVabaaü Avo.. Ubicata UL
e-7Í>'¡WEFK.eiA dry » i omee -By m de. Ooelty