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KEPOK-r OF SCHOOL SUPERI XTENDEW FOR JACKMOX fcOtSTT,
I.-rífe Sale of T.otter«.
As will !>e noticed by an advertisement (
Tlios. Snee, an excellent mechanic
MARCH 15th, ISSO-
in another column, Mr. Olli ver offers f >r
MARC i 19 138
Democratic primaries to-morrow.
[F<> ei ’L’ c Tn f, FHl and Farm.]
Following is the annual report of Superintendent Fountain. Another distribu*
for sometime, went, to Jacksonville on , sale his ranch on Dry creek. This is
Mr. Jay Be-.uh, of Linkville, Ogn., tien of thé Pablrc Money will l>e ma le daring the year:
Eiiiigiaiits and tramps areagain on the
Monday, intending to manage the work
Amount of School Fund received from the State....
in the county, and comprises also about visited Fairlawn Farm, Lexington, Ky.,
upon themew church.
The O. A C. stages leave Ashland as fol-
District Attorney Neil was in Ashland
150 acres of agricultural land. It is of last week an l made another large pur-
lows: Goinnorth, at 9 p. m . ; going
ch.ise of highbred trotting stock from
Total to be apportioned
south, at 4 A. m .
canyon has been running a part of each fered at a bargain, as Mr. Olliver is anx Gen. Withers. In 1877 he purchased
The following table shows the amount to which feach district is entitled:
On H. F. Phillips’ Linkville line stages
day only for sometime, the cold nights
of Gen. Withers the fine young stallion
leave every morning at 5 o’clock,
and mornings so loading the wheel with
necting at LLnkville with hacks for
A. S. Jacobs began the brick work up- i Altamont, by Almont, and six fillies.- No. of
No. of Children
Name of District
Elder M. Peterson will preach at Cen ice that it could not run.
These were purchased on an order, with District
Lakeview and Fort Klamath. Four-
Voters Male Female Total
An entertainment was given by the on the new Pioneer store building on , out seeing them, and they have given
horse stage on Monday, Wednesday tral Point next Sunday.
Monday, and with no interruption will (
San Francisco people have been eating I Linkville Lodge of Good Templars last
him such satisfaction, and have turned
have it finished in a few days. When i
Thursday evening,to the delight of those
strawberries for sometime.
out so well that he has been induced to
the store will be one of the:
WEA HER REPORT.
The mercury dropped to 18’ in Ash who attended and to the great credit of finest in Southern Oregon, the interior : make a large addition to his breeding
The following is the weather report
finish, according to the plan, being su- j
furnished us by H. C. Hill, for two weeks
Charles Taylor was killed by Frank
perior in convenience of arrangements to '
ending March 19th. Thermometer re Wheeler at Albany last Monday.
lected by Mr. Beach in person.
broke its banks last Saturday night and I , that of any store in this section.
corded at 6 a . m , and 12 m :
Ophelia Chiles, bladtt filly, no white,
Job work neatly done at the T idings carried mud and dirt down into the
The J-mrnal reports that sheep are dy- I foale l Aug. 1876, sired by Almont, dam
THERM r R
office. Call and examine samples.
ing in considerable numbers in Siskiyou Puss Chiles, by American Clay; 2d dam
gust of the West Ashland teetotalers.
6 A.M. 12 M
county. Some sheep men who have suc by Mambrino Chief; 3d dam by the
Louis Huseman, one of Yreka's solid
George Nickerson, of Klamath Agen ceeded in wintering their flocks well are
cy, passed through town last Monday,on losing quite heavily at this critical junc great four-mile race-horse, Wagner, son
Dr. J. M. Taylor now officiate^as Li
of Sir Charles.
ture. The new grass has started up just
has been summoned as a witness in the enough to give stock a taste, but what
courtmartial which is to try Capt. Riley. little could be picked was weakening
Brignoli (record 2:29|), son of Mambrino
The recent cold nights caused the ces
Chief; 2d dam, tire dam of Joe Hooker,
sation of mining operations in many
The Yreka Journal says: Perry Hoyt, by Canada Chief; 3d dam by Kavanaugh
Wagner Creek ...«.,
with a razor at the State Prison one day who has a range on Cottonwood and
The Sparling boys, of Klamath river, last week, and gave him three terrible
of imported Diomed); 4th dam by Amer-
Lake county, made a trip to Ashland gashes in the neck, but failed to kill him.
of horses and mules, Some cattle are can Eclipse, son of Duroc; 5th dam by
A process of curing fruit by exposing dying in the marshes of Clover Flat. Potomac, son of imported Diomed etc.
Snow, 1 inch 32
Hon. J. A. Cray, the Grand Lecturer it to a blast of cold air is attracting at
Robert Redding, who lives near Lake In foal to Almont.
Fo R ent .—The house known as the of the Champions of Honor, has gone to tention in California. It is said to dry Albert, while traveling a distance of four
Grandcra, dark bay filly, no white,
rding House is for rent upon Walla Walla.
the fruit without the discoloration pro miles c luntod 384 dea l cattle, The news foaled Muy, 1878, sired by Almont Rat
le terms. For particulars apply
A. C. Howlett was elected Director duced by drying with hot air or by the from Willow creek is that not much stock tler, (son of Almont), dam Rainy Night,
Vining at the Union Hotel.
and Jos. Wisdom, Clerk of Big Butte sun.
will be saved.
by Mambrino Patchen, (full brother of
W. H. Atkinson informs us that the
16 No school
Lady Thorne); 2d dam Dora, by Lan
x and L ard W anted .—At the
M asonic Hall bonds are at a premium,
caster (son of imjtorted Glencoe); 3d
Store, where the highest market
sonville, made us a short call last Tues- but, unfortunately for investors, none
dam Cherry Bird, by Celestion; 4th dam
rill be paid for the same.
are in the market. The Lodge will likely give a public exhibition sometime within the thorougbred mare Little Peggy, by
B utlér & R ockfellow .
Wm. Birnbaum has disposed of his in be able to pay off’ $l,0J3 of the bonds at a/ew weeks, B »th instrumental and vo- Gallatin, (son of imported Bedford) out
c-.d music, of choice character will be of the imported marc Mambrina, by
R emt . —Thl> dwelling house of J. terest in the Etna flouring mills to Chas. the end of the first year.
ren on Main street, now occupied French for $8,225.
English Mambrino, sire of imported
Five inches of snow fell in Applegate
esting features will be introduced, Pro- Messenger.
I. Rogers, i i for rent, possession
Sergent & Co., of Phoenix, have dis valley last week, interrupting ¡»lowing I
gramme will appear in due time.
»ad at once. For particulars, ap-
Martena, dark bay or brown filly, no
solve! partnership, J. M. McCall & Co. and seeding, which were being energet
er to Mr. fierren or Mr. Rogers.
ical!}’ carried on. Stuck in that section
retiring from the firm.
L ively P erformance . — Ashland had white, foaled May, 1878, sired by Al
ime to B uy . —Now is the time
The Sentinel says a miner named John has not suffered greatly, excepting dur a free circus on the street Monday after mont Rittler, (son of Almont), dam by
3,139 1,629 1 1,510 1 $4,685 50
¿roolen g axis, gent s furnishing son has been found dead on Silver creek. ing the first heavy sn» w storm, when a noon, in which Jack Million and a spir Duvals Mambrino, (son of Mambrino
good many sheep were lost.
ited colt which he is breaking were the l Chief); 2d dam by Bob Johnson, (son of
clothing, etc., .at a bargain at No particulars le.arne I.
T he B ig C attle D rive .—The Salem | T he W eather .—And still winter re*
II. F. Phillips now has the old trot I performers. Jack rode without a saddle, j Boston, sire of Lexington); 3d dam by
Rockfellow's, wheie they are
Our frien 1 Jos. Pitterson anl Miss
t reduced prices, to make room ThMa Armstrong, of Jacksonville, are to ting b/'ise, John, that was at one time a and twice he dismounted very expedi i Modoc, thoroughbred (son of American Statesman of the lOt’n gives some inter fuses to leave us entirely. After a num
conspicuous fig ire on the California turf. tiously, landing once upon his hands and ■ Eclipse.
ew spring stock.
esting facts relating to the business this ber of clear days and cold nights, we had
be married next Sunday.
Homera, brown filly foaled J une, 1878, year of the heavy cattle dealers, Lang <!t another sprinkle of snow on Tuesday
He is not a; y. ung as he was, but is able knees and once, when the lmrse fell, up
B. R. Willies an 1 wife have gone nut t<» make t! e sleek-sided steppers of this
NS.—For the Yiext sixty days
on his back. He finally rode off tri- sired by Homer, (son of Mambrino Ryan. They have bought in Oregon night, just enough to whiten the ground.-
A' Farlow will give you bar-
region rustle in a race yet.
umnhantly, carrying a sack of bran across Patchen), his dam Sally Chorister, dam 15,800 cattle; in Silver City, Idaho, Wednesday night wag the first for more
of Proteine, record 2:18 and Belle Bias 7,000; at Fort Hall, 2,500, total, 23,- than a week in which the ground has not
1 all kinds of merchandise as they
The bilk who operate! in Siskiyou the lmrse in front of him.
field 2:20), dam Rosa Viley, l>y Ward s 800. To drive these to the Yellowstone been frozen hard; but as the cold wave
make room for new go als—and
county some months ago as a bogus cap
Flying Cloud, (grandsire of Belle Bras- country, where they will winter, will re- . seeni3 to have left us, we may reasona
prefer to sell goods very 1 >w land. Since the Stars are shining, , we italist, anil was going to buy the Forest
field), son of Vermont Black Hawk, sire quire 800 head of horses and the services j bly hope for seasonable weather now.
hern to their new store,which
House property, has recently been ar
5 of Ethan Allen; 2d dam C ishmere by of 120 men. Most of these “cow boys
to occupy within the next
Col. J. N. T. Miller stopped in town rested in Colusa county for obtaining
j imported Sovereign; 3d dam by Zenith, are Kansas men, who have been in the
a. They mean business.
’ ist Sat urday evening, being on his way money under false pretenses.
(son of American Eclipse); 4th dam, the
fr >m Jacksonville to Lake county.
George ami Howard Durkee were John Eagan who was on the watch. thoroughbred marc Black-eyed Susan, employ of his concern for the past six : U nion S abbath S chool ,—Every Sun
Forty wagons accompany the ’ day morning at 10 o'clock in the Presby
Prof. W. I. Nichols has purchased a brought before the .lustice in Eden pre
“John” had just commenced work when I by Tiger, (son of Blackburn's Whip).
drive, and about 160 stand of loaded terian church« A cordial invitation ex
house and 1 »ton Granite street from J. cinct on charge of maliciously shooting a
Eagan pounced upon him: d’he China
rides will always be on hand, good for tended to all.
I. Mayiield. Consideration, $450.
hog belonging to Mr. Low. They were man started to run, but Eagan drew his
■ * ■ n ' ............
in 1877, sited by Cassius M. Clay, Jr., about 3,000 shots at any band of hostile
A Yreka boy, C»rle Skinner, had his bound over in the sum of $100 each to revolver and halted him. When he was
dam the D. V.. Dunn mare said to be Indians that may attack them. The
leg broken by a com par. ion jumping un- answer at next term of Court.
examined in the jail, before being locked by Rysdyke’s Hambletonian. The stock
>n him in a game of ball last Friday.
Smith Bros, have built an addition to up, it was observed that he kept the toes was shipped on the 10th inst., together drives will be cut up into three squads or
Sheep Ranch For Sale !
M ichael II. Brennan, on« of the old their blacksmith shop, which makes it of h’.s right foot curled up, and when with the three-year-old bay stallion Wil bands of cattle, the first lot having two
i»<i b 3Í —W. G. Kenney, just r— pioneers of Jacksonville, died at San ten feet longer, ami gives them plenty of made to raise his foot it was found that burn, by Alam j s >n of Almont,previous- brings them within easy range of the
room. They als » lia'-e a Lage
door at be had a package of a half ounce of dust | ly purchased by Mr. Beach cf Gen.-
The undersigned offers for sale upon
b«n Josephine coonty, says tl e Francisco >n the 11 th, aged 66 years.
rear from the front. In April they will
terms his sheep ranch situa
The ordinance prohibiting the use of
. Wit Iters.
kfils us that the Messis. Wimei
to gather up for the start, and by !
The purchase of these richly bred fil- the 25th of the month the greatest body ' ted on Dry creek, about t'ix miles, from’
b.ava 1 ■k-k it rich” in their hydraulic •.tovepipes for flues lias been brought through the shop from either way.
Wi de Avv are F armers . —R. J. Cam-
It is reported, says the Modoc tn t -
■ Waldo. The e!a*m is n >w ■nt-- r. ' ice l y tw > little episode» within
lies and ntallior.s is evidence ihat Mr. of cattle ever banded together will be 1 Phoenix. It consists of 600 acres' of
cron, the wool buyer who has recent’y
deeded land, warrantee title, 390 acres
pendent, that at the ranch of M atin Kel
|b<l and a stratum of gravel, sev ■i week.
left this section of the country, was in- Beach believes in a thoroughbred foun slowly marching eastward. Up to about under fence, with the advantage of a
[in tilidines», that pr< spe.ts a
Dr. R »yal’s youngest child is veiy low ley, about ten miles above town on the terviewed by a newspaper reporter at dation. And the success of Ella Earl, the 20th of June the drive will be about
with typ’u i l fever. The Doctor's fam Lakeview road, where Johnny Cannon P is.-bn’-g, and in sneaking or sheep, said Sannie G, Fanny Witherspoon, Cler nine miles ¡»er day, but as tlio heat of large outside range; one of the best wa
►yard, has been developed. Tins ily has been much afflicted with sickness stopped a few days with his band of sheep,
mont, Alelhea and the Basiiford fitly, all summer comes along they will decrease tered places in the country; pretty good'
there would be but few for sale this year,
there are 200 dead sheep lying in one pile.
by Almont, out of mares strictly, or it to about five. Therefore a steer trav buildings, and a peach and plum orchard
ly the best claim in Josephine this winter
as so many had been lost through the se
The measles interfered with the schools vere weather and there is no doubt that nearly thoroughbred has turned his els no more on a drive of this kind than in bearing. The place will be sold at
The Good Temphars lodge at Wilder-
eyes to Fairlawn. The running blood is he would upon the isnge, and is sure to ' $2 50 per acre. For particulars apply
nge D iscovery .—The follow- ville has dis Hgmized, and the Worthy in Ashland this winter to such an ex wool will command a very good price
to J. M. McCall, Ashland, or at the*'
is going the round of the Ore- Chief Templar rented the lodge hall to a tent that not much more than half the in the spring. “Ami,” he added, “the sandwiched by trotting blood. The be in good order when ho reaches the | ranch to
W. OL liver .
school children will be able to apply them farmers of Southern Oregon look out for form is thus improved without spoiling Yellowstone, as there is an abundance of i
It may be reliable, but we silo »u keeper.
The British bark Dilharree was selves to their studies during the ¡»resent their own business now-a-davs. 'They the action. It is now pretty generally bunch grass1 ;ts soon as the Grande Ronde '
are ii<lined to regard it with suspicion:
Notice of Dissolution.
Jacobin & Co. dug a well on their r inch wrecked at the mouth of the Columbia term. Only about 60 pupils are now in are not what they once were—never in admitted that a ¡»roper distribution of river is passed.
thorough blood gives speed at the trot
;ill<a county, Oregon, and about j river last week, and the vessel and cargo attendance at the District school.
quiring as to market prices and taking
S uit in J ustice C ourt . —Last Tues
The appropriation of $10,000 for the ! what is offered them; they know as much ting gait. Mr. Beach is entreprising and
from Pendleton. After going I i are a t »tai loss.
between J. M. McCall ACo., of Ashland,
A good, broad, solid foundation is now improvement of the military wagon road ! of the markets as anyone else; and any i intelligent, and we hope that his breed- day the case of Harris, Neil & Co., vs.
down4bout42 feet they suddenly »truck
J. H. Mayfield came up again before and C. S. Sergent, of Phoenix, under
inn of honty-comb rock,full of pure being laid for the front wall of the Odd I between Scottsburg, Douglas county, j one is foolish who attempts to make a ■ ing venture in Oregon will meet with the
Justice Watters,and as a lawsuit is some the firm name of C. S. Sergent & Co.,h*t
i largest success.
ice. N low,
o1 how did it get there, and what Fellows’ building, and the wail will go and Camp Stewart, Jackson county, will , trade with them by misrepresenting the
what of a rarity in Ashland, McCall A been dissolved by mutual consent, C. Sr
be employed soon. It is understood ! commercial value of their flocks or the
keepJlit in that c mgeale I slate ? Scien- up to stay this time.
F ire A larms .—Last Friday, a little Baum's Hall, in which the Court was Sergent is authorised to make collection»
,n pause aid
A wagon road meeting will be held at that most of the work will be done upon ! products of their farms.”
ant wonder, but fail to
after noon, Mrs. Ober's house on Facto held, was crowded with spectators. The and settle the business of the late firm.
account for the str •ange discovery of ice j Kerbyville to-morrow, for the purpose the Grave creek ami Cow creek hills.
C. 8. S ergent ,
I mprovements ;. —Mr. Lyttleton Iris ry street caught fire from a stovepipe amount involved was about $24. but four
; of raising funds for a locating survey,
42 fee^ in the bosom of mother earth.
The Sidewalk Committee of the Town
J. M. M c C all & Co.
been miking extensive improvements which passes through the roof, and be counsellors were employed, two on each
i This looks like business.
Board ha3 had a substantial plank cross
Suf ER L ake . — A correspondent
upon h’s lot on Oak street. He has fore the flames could be extinguished side, and the costs of the suit will proba
ing built at the foot of Granite street.
A’r inifa'”’ from Silver Lake
cleared it entirely of trees and will de quite a patch of shingles was consumed. bly reach three or four time the amount
This is a very acceptable improvement,
under date March 4th says: It is thawing
vote a good portion of it to gardening
but those who waded through the mud ,
The copartnership heretofore existing,
rapidir, with a little spinkle of rain, wind i Siskiyou county was erroneous. The
this season, also setting out fruit trees ner, unconscious of the danger, when resented by J. R. Neil and Ed. DePeatt
there all last winter are so mad about it :
J. M. McCall and Morris Baumr
from *<he southwest........The ice on the
and the plants of small fruits and ber
that they go around the walk now while
under the style of J. M. McCall- <t Co. p
lake i^brtaking up and swa 1 and geese
ries. A new fence lias been built around
the road is dry.
is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
have Woken the monotony by their wel mines at the rate of 100 a week, ¡»acking
the lot, and a new building is nearing
J< M. McCall will carry on the business
completion. Tho building will be used
come «turn.;... The stocs men have
ted Ashland last Saturday, looking after . for the present by Scott <t Field as a o’clock on Monday morning another of the attorneys and the peculiar testimo at the old stand. Morris Baum will
The Misses Schieffelin and their broth stock, which had been advertised as es- J deer skin tannery, and has been fitted up alarm of fire was spread, and this time it ny of fresh witnesses furnished great I make it his especial business to collect
for th j spring riding, and have beendriv-
trays. He staffed over the mountains, J with arrangements suitable for the busi was Dr. Chitwood’s house that was in I diversion for the crowd, who seemed to and attend to the settling of the busi
ing th li cattle farther out on tc- the des- er, who have attended tho College dur
by the trail traveled most of the year, | ness. Mr. Lyttlefon contemplates en danger. As in the other case, the fire realize that it wasn't themselves who ness of the late firm. Either party, how
ert g Uere they can get better feed, ing the winter term, returned to their
but found too much snow, and was com- ■ gaging in the fruit-canning business here originated from defective protection would have to pay for the fun. By six ever, is authorized to nuke collections
TheM .is a g >od many poor cattle among I home at Rock Point last Saturday.
polled to retrace his steps and come by within a ye ir or two, and will then use from a stovepipe, and a hole/ was burned o'clock in the evening the arguments of and reciept for tho same in the name of
them. Ind if the cold weather had held
The Grand Central hotel in Oakland,
the house as a cannery, and, keeping through the roof. By good fortune, the counsel had been c ncluded, and the the firm.
ont h little Linger our loss would have Cal., was entirely destroyed by fire last the longer route.
J. M. M c C all ,
that purp is? in view when arranging the
been very great, pt will be considerable week. It was one of the finest buildings
M orri » B a cm .
in the city. The loss was $325,000.
ported from various sections of the adapted to the contemplated future use ning by the neighbors, and about two time, the parties to the suit appeared,
Thanking the public for past patron
gallons of milk to do it. These cases are
CotLEGE E ntertainment .—The en
county. Mr. Coolidge says that where that it will need very little or no change. are pretty good reminders to house own and judgment was rendered for plain age and good will, we ask a continuance-'
tertainment at the College building at provements to the steam mill at Big the bark has bursted or peeled off from
ers that stovepipes and Hues should not tiffs in the sum of §19 and cost*. The of the same for the house.
the clise of the winter term of school,
young trees from the freezing of the sap,
be neglected. Remember, we have had defendant will appeal to the next court.
J. M; M c C all ,
plates repairs »it the Severance mill.
a taste of big fires in Ashland.
nature will repair the damage and grow
M orris B aum .
land on the 13th, by W. S. Moses, Dep- |
as was .anticipated, although j Revs. S. Monroe, Hubbard and N. a new bark, if the tree be wrapped up.
B oring for C oal .—Four years ago,
A shland , March 1st, 1880.
M odesty . —Modesty is to a woman
were nearly all filled. The ex- ’ Doane will discuss the “Mode of G »spel
A t amp ¡»icked up several coats in uty Grand Patron of California, who in- . what the delicate bloom is to the peach says the Crescent City Courier, a com
pany was formed to search for coal in
ercii were exceedingly interesting, and i Baptism” :»t Sheridan, Yamhill county, McCall’s store Wednesday afternoon, stalled the following officers: M. E. Mc
Notice of Dissolution.
Call, W. M ; W. II. Atkinson, W. P.; —its greatest beauty, but once gone, no Del Norte county, and some work was
t credit upon those who took \ coui:n?ncing on the 24 of next June.
»nd was »naking off down the street with
Many done, but pecuniary difficulties caused a
partT^fije winging was particularly prais-
The Democrats of Josephine county them, when the theft was discovered,an 1 M. C. Hill, S. A. M.; J. S. Eubanks, human power can restore it.
years cessation of the prospecting. The work
The partnership heretofore existing be-'
B Sec.; B. Baum, S. T.; Lib’uie Dag
worthy. ^fterthe entertainment, most of meet in mass convention at Kerbyville on
lie was overtaken and compelled to re
tween L. S. P. Marsh, A. F. Squiresand
gett, S. Con.; Rosa Eubanks, S. A. i
the andience partook of the excellent • the 27th, t » elect three delegates to the
delicate vital organs of the body, rather is now to be resumed, though by a differ J. R. Burk, under the firm name of
linquish the g »oils. He was a real pro-
Con.; Frosine Erb, S. Adah; E. H. j
supper which was served in the b »ar ling ! State Convention at Albany on April 7th.
than tn impart the knowledge of their ent process than formerly.
fessi nal, and seemed rather anxious to
Marsh & Co., is this day dissolved by
house, and all ware un tel in praising
Those who have agreed to bring us be arrested, but was invited to pass on. Wagner, S. Ruth; Sassie Hill, Esther; ' sufferings to a physician. This great Schluter and Wagner, of this place, have
the profusion of delicacies ami the excel wMi lcoult not please us better than bv
Minnie Anderson, S. Martha; Mary i army of martyrs will be rejoiced to know taken the matter in hand, and intend mutual consent
All debts due said firm are to be pai *
displayed in the preparation of bringing it at once. Otherwise the wood
Neil, 8. Electa; Nettie Wagner, Organ- j that at last a purely vegetable and harm prospecting by means of an artesian well
present ind entions it appeals that this ist; J. Fraley, B. Chap.; Laura Ander- ! less remedy has been discovered, which
to L. S. P. Marsh, and all debts owinjf
the fe , The riet proceeds of the en- piles of our neighbors will have to suffer.
cures imine liately all diseases and weak boring apparatus, which is now on its by said fina will be paid by the same.
t and buppar amounted to $53.
son, S. Warder; W. W. Erb, B. Sent:- i
Col. W. S. Stone, Superintendent of ure of croos.
The farmers so far have nel. After the installation several old ness of the kidney and bladder, no mat way from the east. They will sink the
L. S. P. MARSH,
ter of how long standing or of what na auger in different places, and if the lodge
the C. & O. Stage Co., came over the done but little plowing, the high winds
It is the wonderful Oregon Kid be found they will proceed to the sink
! Masons were initiated and then the ture.
J. R. BURK,
says: We are informed that a |
ney Tea. which is s >ld by all druggists, ing of a shaft. Upon the success of those
of the Oreg n portion of the stage line. eight weeks having dried out and ab- members of the Lodge, with a few invit and challenges the world.
March 1, 1880.
ed guests, assembled at Mrs. Vining’s
engaged in this search depends much
ilvhile drunk, threw his eleven !
hotel for supper. Here an elegant meal
N otice . —All water dues owing to the more than at the first blush appears.
was served and a few1 hours spent most West Ashland Ditch Company to date, The erection of smelting works would be
brea Bg the boy’s neck. Some weeks Weston at San Francisco was won by th# ' not flattering.
Land for Sale Cheap !•
enjoyably in social converse. Those who if not paid within thirty days to Eugene a natural consequence, and thus would be
ago vis' wife died at the same place, former, the score being 516 miles to 490.
The Yreka Union, in a paragraph re participated report the supper as one of j Walrad, Collector, will be placed in the assured the early opening up of our iron
Mr. Nutlev has finished the front of garding the cattle on Butte creek, Cal., the most pleasant affairs of the kind ever
with io c ne at hejne but the boy wh> >e
150 Aeres of Land for Sale*
and copper resources, whieh may other
hands of an attorney for collection.
deat we chronicle above, and his twin his stores with a very neat and graceful says: Fully one half of the cattle sold by known in Ashland. Mr. Moses, in the
wise remain undeveloped for many years.
By order of the Board of Directors.
who also die I soon after his wooden awning, which is a real ornament j the Doten Bros, to Moore & Co., will matter of entertainment, was a host in
A. V. G illette , Secy.
from th» effects of exposure to
The land i* situated two and a hal^
N otice to M asons .—A special com
the Id, his father having forced him »s well as a most useful sunshade and perish, .-is will a’so a large number of the himself, and kept the company in inces
munication of Ashland Lodge, No. 23, i miles southeast of Ashland on the stage
Fairchild and Doten cattle. When the sant merriment by his humorous conver
out i the »now. Charles Davis is well storm warder.
here, haying a cattla nnge on
The new road law of California pro tule land began to thaw, they started to sation and annecdutes. Tlie ordar seems
C ash O ffered .—Wagner, Anderson F. & Av M., will be held in Masonic road; nearly all tillable and predhetivr
. It ¡8 said that all the crimes vides that every male inhabitant between drive the cattle out, and in crossing a lit to have taken the favor of the communi & Co., of the Ashland Mill, will pay the Hall Monday evening, March 22d. land, some gardeft land, plenty xsf fire«*
he hit committed were perpetrated when the ages of 21 and 50 must perform two (
Work in the thi’’d degree. Masons in wood and Water; price $600. For p®**’
tle slough fourteen head of fine steers ty by stor.n, and reliable calculators toll highest cash price for hogs. Such as will • good
but that will .. not ____
he wi iJ intoxicated,
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standing invited to attend. By or-
ticulars inquire at the premises of.
en»t »sir »noruiity—drunk or sober, lie days labor annually or pay $3, instead of ' went down, swamped and were drowned us the Lodge will number over fifty | weigh in the neighborhood of lOOpoun.'is ! (ter (,f the W M.
$4, as formerly.
! before their eyes.
JOHN Q. WELCtt-
members in a short time.
| are wanted—150 head will be bought.
J. S. E ubanks , Secretary.
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