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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1880)
Morgan & Woodson,
Til*» Postponement Treatment.
B all and S upper .—A ball and sup
The American Agriculturist for June
per will be given next Friday evening by
¡3 on our table, and we find its pages
FRIDAY....... . ........................................ JUNE 4, 1830
Y reka , June 1, 1880
Apropos of the time, we extarct the fol
Go and see O. R. Myer’s new clocks.
Mrs. M. II. Vining. The ball will bo
filled as usual with choice articles., pro
Census takers started out on Tuesday. fusely illustrated. Every farmer should
in Houck's Ilall, and the supper will be
professional politicians in the June num
l»y Mrs. Vining at the Central
Read the horee advertisement of J. II. take it. Send to the Orange Jttdd Co., ber of the Atlantic Monthly, Tho article
The following is the weather report -
House, A cordial invitation is extended ASHLAND,
245 Broadway, New York; ¡»rice ST 50 a is headed “An Old War Horse td a
furnished us by H. C. Hill, for the week Merrick.
faces on the street that it is not difficult to all, and a good time is assured. The
ending J une 2nd. Thermometer re
Ice cream constantly on hand at C. A. year.
Young Politician.” After advice upon to imagine ourself in a section of Ash
All kinds cf werk done promptly, and
corded at 6 a . m . and 12 m :
The ring nominees jiavc all been work various ¡»oints in the management of the land instead of this elevated corner of best of music will be furnised. Tickits satisfaction guaranteed.
fo be had at the Central House; price,
J. W. Hamakar has been re-appointed ing like beavers, and it lias been the in i ¡»arty reins, the old war horse considers the “Golden State.” The annual mi including supper $2.50.
SPECIAL ATTEHTIOH CiVEN TO SHOEiHC.
tention of the managers to give the death I tho question: “Ilow are s^ratchers and
gration accounts for the presence cf some,
C A.M. 12 M notary puHic at LinkviUe.
¿Ear-Shop ojq»osite the Livery Stable.
blow to “this blamed independent busi bolters to be dealt with,’ as follows: “It
w hile a number are engaged in labor on
There are ten councils of Champions of
THE OREGON KIDNEY ÌEA.
is not permitted us in these latter, laxer the new ditch in the capacity of laborers,
Honor in the county now.
the offices te suit themselves. How will days to make it as warm for scratchers
The Yreka Journal is now issued on it be I
Read tho following testimonials, not
The work on the ditch enterprise is
Saturday, instead of Wednesday.
Dr. Ream, who came over from Yreka Huss; still we can show that we possess progressing somewhat slowly owing, fo from persons 3,000 miles away, whom no
to Ashland to visit Mrs. Applegate last the sturdy practical views of those who the large amount of blasting to be done one knows, but from well-known and
S l Z cksmi T h ,
weary you with constant dunning.
Friday, made about the best time on flung Huss to the fagots, by pelting in clearing out the ruck. The diteh is trustworty citizens of Oregon, whose
It is time to begin preparations for the record between the two places, without the scratchers and bolters with jeers,
names, written with their own hands,
N otice .—AU those indebted to the celebration of the Fourth of July.
MAIN ST., ASHLAND, OREGON
changing horses. He left Yreka in his sneers, and innuendoes, l»y crediting south of Yreka by the road and about can be seen at our .office:
undersigned ire requested to call and
Brick moulding is in progress at Hea buggy about half-past twelve o’clock,and them with the meanest of motives, and two by the line of survey. Two board
make settlement at once,by cash or note,
ton Fox’s brick yard, north of town.
iBached Ashland before sundown.
insisting that they are either traitorous, ing camps and a blacksmith shop are now Tea and have used only a ¡»art of it, but Is now prepared to do all kinfls of work
as I contemplate leaving town soon.
in his line at hi3 new chop,
Good Templars .and Champions “set
This office is rather divided in politics. inconsequential knaves, or silly inconse in full operation on your correspondent’s my back-ache is entirely cured. It has
Dn. J. M. T aylor .
their watches” at Chitwood <Sr Myer's.
The name of the senior member of the quential fools. As for those upon whom ■ranch just adjoining town, and the con- i a splendid effect upon the urinary or CN MAIN STREET, ON THE SITE OF HIS OLD SHOP
J. F. H odson ,
«HoCSriNo in J aoksonvillx .—Jack
Special attention giten to Shoeing.
Chicago Convention met yesterday. firm appears on the People’s ticket of such treatment is lost (and 1 confess that stant explosion of blasts, sometimes a
Salem, Or., Jan; 18, 1880;
Montgomery was shot by John F. Earl No news up to time of going to press.
the precinct as candidate for Justice of I suspect it fails with the majority cf half-dozen in succession, the sudden
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scratchers and bolters),try what is known scattering of the hands to a place of
in Jacksonville last Sunday, and is now
Miss Fannie Dowell, of Jacksonville,
lying in a critical condition at the county
ber is on the Bedrock ticket tor Consta to practical politicians as the po/i»< ne- safety,the whirring and buzzing of flying for pains in the back and am satisfied
is paying a visit at W. C. Greenman’s.
A. E. WRIGHT.
hospital. With an electioneering party,
ble. “United we stand: divided we ment treatment. By the skillful use of rocks, make one think of the days of with its effects. I have no hcsitency in
Read the new advertisement of Mc
the two mbH had been olit at Rafael’s
this treatment I kept Vandyke Podgers skirmish linea and rifle pits. Water has recommending it as a mild and safe GENERAL
Atkinson & Co., on our first page.
wme cellar and a dispute arose between
Judge Day was in town Tuesday “talk from scratching or bolting fur thirty-six already been turned into the half com remedy for lame back or derangement 0*
A man wxs killed Hear Canyon City a
them. Earl did not want to fight and
ing pretty” to the friends in whom he
WAGON MAYING, •
left the plncc. Montgomery and another short time ago, in a dispute about cattle. feels so deep an interest just at the the state election he died, and there was far as finished and the banks of the one
Silverton, Or., March 20, 1880.
man kept following h.m for the purpose
Miss Nellie Russell goes this week tc ¡»resent time. If hard sweating in the an end of that embarrassment When 1 and the grade of the other found to be
of attacking him. Earl warned them to teach school in the northern part of the electioneering business would wash atvay began to reason with him there was a all that could be desired.
All kinds of blacksmithing doné ?h tho
keep off, but as they still advanced to county.
The grand jury adjourned on Friday
the blunders and shortcomings of his ad presidential canvass on. “Podgers,”
U nion S abbath S chool ,’—Every Sun best style at reasonable prices.
ward him he drew a pistol and fired
The Journal estimates this spring’s ministration he would appear in a much said I, “as you love your country, do last after inquiring into numberless crises day morning at 10 o’clock in the Presby
HORSE SHOEINC A SPECIALTY.
twice, the second shot striking Montgom wool clip in Siskiyou county at over 300,- better light as a candidate.
not scratch this year. Consider the far- of lack of public morals, and creating terian church. A cordial invitation ex
ery just above the pit of the stomach. 000 lbs.
reaching and vital importance of the is quite a flutter in certain circles of low' tended to all.
Wagons, Buggies, Wheel-barrows, Etc,
Last Monday the Ashland threshing
Earl gave himself up to this custody of
made and repaired. Plow work re
sues involved.” Podgers concluded to grade society. Result, nobody hurt, ex
A shland M. E. C hurch .—Services
Robt. Garrett and wife, of Jackson party started for the grain fields in the
ceives special attention.
the sheriff at once. He w^ given a
postpone. The following year 1 rtcco’u- cept one poor crazy dutchman, held on every Sabbath morning and evening.
ville, were in Ashland this week, visiting neighborhood of Woodland, Yolo county,
hearing on Monday before Justice Huffcr
plished my purpose by reminding him indictment for murder, whose trial in Sunday School at 9:30 a . M. Prayer
at Jas. Thornton's.
Cal. The party consists of Jos. aird
and it being shown that he acted in self
that “this is the first and therefore the Superior Court will follow close upon Meeting Tuesday ovening. Bible Read L. A. N eil ,
V»' m . E abdis ,
R. P. N eil
The Casebier brothers passed through Josh Patterson, Hank Giddings, C. H. most critical year of an administration
defense, he was discharged.
town Monday with a b and of cattle, Gillette, Mr. Sears ami son, Anson Ja- which upon a' whole you endorse, Pod
L. L. R ogers , Pastor.
of Hugh l’ugh, which begins this morn
D istrict C ouncil M eeting .—A large bound for Ifflke county.
gers, and w hich is incumbent iq>on you ing. The adjournment of the grand jury
delegation of Ashland Champions attend
J. D. Fountain reached home last Ab. Giddings will go on the stage.
to make some sacrifice heartily to sus seemed to be the signal for the opening
~5PECi A*L KOTICE
ed the meeting of the District Council at Saturday from a trip to the Butte creek | Our present Assesor, B. C. Goddard, tain.” lie concluded to postpone. The ■ of a perfect carnival of crime and blood
Harris Neil &. Co.,
has attended conscientiously and well to next year my' argument took the shape
Jacksonville last Saturday, and they are and other sections, visiting schools.
throughout the county. Ten minutes
unanimous in the report of a good time
Jas. Taylor, who h;i3 been in the val the duties of his office, and should be of, “My dear Podgers, let me beg of you thereafter, onn of the representative
All kinds tf fresh and dried
md most hospitable entertainment by ley for some three or four weeks, returns kept in the harness. The Assessor s of to vote a straight ticket this year. Do hoodlums of Yreka came rushing up to
their Jacksonville friends. The Council this week t<> his ranch on Sprague river.
you realize what year it is, Podgers ? Of the Court house, hatless and breathless, In the matter of the estate of Mrs. Eliza
deal of work, careful work, and when the
met in the afternoon and elected dele
beth Hill, deceased.
Will Willits left on Sunday morning's officer is proven to be efficient he should course you do. 1 need not remind a flourishing a huge navy revolver, and
stock taken in eschanga for »Cut.
gates to the convention which meets in stage for Yreka, where he will be em
cxce[»tioiial intelli requested the sheriff to lock him up in NOTICE IP HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Ashland on the 1 'tb of this month for ployed in the saw mill for several I not be thrown aside without good rea gence that this election is but tho pre the jail as he had just shot a Chinaman
the undersigned has been appointed by
the purpose of organizing a Grand Coun months.
lude to the presidential election of next on the flats immediately adjoining the County Court of Jackson County,
Oregon, sitting in Probate, April 10th.
cil for this district which includes Jack-
Says the Roseburg
Independent: year, w ith its issues of far-reaching and
Yreka. He was locked up accordingly, 1880, administrator of the estate of Eliza
son, Lake, Josephine, and portions of
“Twenty-six thousand pounds of freight vital importance.” Podgers Concluded
and has since had a preliminary examin beth Hill, deceased.
Douglas and Siskiyou counties. In the tity for sale cheap by Douglas Gum a£ left H. L. Murton’s warehouse for Fort I to postpone. The next year was the
All persons indebted to said estate are
ation and been held fortrial. The scene
evening the Champions congregated at
Klamath and Jacksonville one day this ; ¡»residential year, when I repeated the
to settle the same imiuedifttely
Odd Fellows' Hall, »nd marched thence of town.
and those having claims against the es
week.” This looks as though Mr. Mur argument first mentioned. The others
tion was worthy of the Police court of a tate will ¡»resent them with the . proper
Two droves of cattle passed through ton’s reliability and efficiency as a com
in order to Holt’s new hall, where inter
in turn again did service, and so orr f< r great city. The hoodlum element turned vouchers t<> meat my residence in Ash
esting litereary and musical exercise» town Tuesday, one belonging to Chase, mission agent had brought him about all I thirty-six years. And that’s the way I
out in force and seemed proud of their land precinct, Jackson County. Oregon,
were presented, following which, to the of Silver Lake, the other U j Bybee, of the business in that line of this section kept persuading Podgertf to postpone.”
leader who had ¡»roved himself worthy of within six months after the first publica
excellent nWisic of the Jacksonville string Tula Lake.
of tho country.
[This all sounds strangely familiar. a place in vhc ranks of hoodlum heroes, tion of fhis notice.
band, darning was indulged in until mid
PATRICK DI NN,
It is estimated that the grain yield in
Eugene Lacclles, sent to the peniten- Why, bless us! yes, that’s the same line alias, murderers, chicken thieves and
night ushered in the first day of the California this year will b.o 5,4)00,000 tiary from Douglas county un May 22d, of argument th»’ Tina s pursues.]
Administrator of said estate.
land ¡»¡rates generally. The Chinese
Dated April 16th, 1880.
bush'tU, 20 per cent, greater than ain has been pardoned by the governor, on
population was also well represented and
Accident to Aaliluiid Folks.
the statement of district judge before
P etition .—A petition, previous crop.
ortland , O i \ l < ion .
thcir’grvtesque costumes together with
Henry Pape, Sr., and Evan Reames.
rrgned by the principal taxpayers in this
their outlandish gibberish contributed to
particular attention puid (o lAndliiUcx,(Wl&fingf
Debts and all kinds of GovcnuniuilCUnnb
vicinity, has been sent to the County Bedrock candidates for Treasurer and was not sufficiently sane to be the .sub accident last Thursday, two milts east of till the comical picture. Then the fea
CommissioneY's Court, praying for an Sheriff respectively, yore in Ashland
ture of a white hoodlum, a native of
tition signed by ¡»rosecuting witness, resulted fatally for one of his daughter?. Yrvka, actinias irterprt tor for the Chi
appr» ¡»nation for the improvement of Monday and Tuesday.
A. V/. BiSH, Proprietor,
We take the follow ing account of it from nese ami mouthing Chinese gutterals
the r ad between this place ami Link-
A buggy horse belonging to ¡Mrs. B. F. three jurors and others.
J. S. Howard, who is survt”. ing the C.
ville. It states that over $200 has been Myer was shot in the rump with a bullet
with all the gusto ami fluency of.a moon- To the People of J ack son anil LaUi
subscribed by the citizens of Ashland for from the rille of some reckless gunner on
eyed Mongolian was certainly indescrib-
“Everything is favorable. We ere get
—I will can fresh fruits and vegetables
riie ¡»urpoee, and petitions the Court for Bear creek one day last week.
all kindsupon orders during the coin
the appropriation of a like sum. rI here
On the same day came a dispatch from
Dani. Walker, W. B. Grubb, and John
:s not a row? in the county of more im Wells will drive stock to Lake MUrttr grade of one in 1C\ feet on the Oregon
flic soutli fork of Scott’s River, announc ing season. Fruits and tomatoes a so
ing the fatal injuring if a Chinaman, in ciality. Orders from a distance prompt
portance to our people than this one. next week.
Frank Slade will keep
California side. The ground is good
Tho large amount of ¡Traduce, flour, etc., Wells’ band on Sprague river.
flicted by a rock in the hands of one ly attended to. Send a stamp for price
Forscli, a Frenchman. A little later list.
(hat brings money into the county from
A. D. Helman in D. I). G. M. of the and logs, which retard our progress.”
the Lake country goes from the valley over
came the news of the suicide, by shoot
I. <). O F of Jackson and Josephine -....... -S’»
The Imported Percheron, .
ing himself through the head, of a
this road, and it is of great importance
The grass in Lake c »untv is better
counties, and S. J. Day has been re-
lire la Ifi'Yesy»
for many hung bottom side up on the edge of the wealthy miner at or near Sawyer’s Bar,
that it l»e kept in at least passable condi
appointed I). D. G. P. of the eneamp- this year than it has been
tion. The heavy winter storms have ,
in this county. And so it goes.
years, and it will have a start that will
washed it badly on tire mountain sides,
Next Saturday and Sunday the Turn SALE AND FEED STABLES !
make the ranges letter for a long time and brush fifteen or twenty feet below.
and extensive ^¡»airs arc needed. TT,ere
to come. The great quantity of the The girls, all three, were caught under áis hold their annual picnic in the grove
J. IT. T. Millox 85 Co
are very few ¡»eoplo living along the
snowfall made the ground just right to the wagon, w hich, but for having struck near town, a glorious affair for all our
route their road taxes would not make
send forth the grass, an.I the reduction of a telegraph pole, would have gone down German population, old and young, and LINKVILLE,--------------- OREGON
iny showing scarcely in the amount nec- They go on horseback w'Hh several pack ! the numbers of the stock will allow 30 or 40 feet. I was caught between the in which many of all classes usually join.
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Large new barn and corral, and every
horses and tho pole of the wagon and was The programme this year is an unusu
esaary to keep the Toad in or»lar, and it h -raes.
much of it to mature and seed.
arrangement to give satisfaction in every
stunned for a moment, tut recovering, ally fine one, the Queen being young and branch of the business.
Governor Thayer last week commuted
is eminently proper that the County
The Oregon State t‘range, in session
cut the traces and let the horses roll down very fair, the King brave and gallant,
Commissioners should make a liberal ap the sentences of five convicts. Most of at Salem last week, decSid tho foil
HAY, GRAIN AKO FLOUR
the bank. My boys by this time had tak the royai Car most gorgeous to behold,
propriation for the purpose at once.
officers: Master, R. P. Bois.; Overseer,
Constantly on hand and for sale.
— TIIE SHETLAND —
They will surely not appropriate less month, but one lacked two years of ex D. S. K. Buick; Lecturer, A. P. Ship- en the two oldest girls from the wagon, the pigs greased as pigs never were be
an I finally we found little Minnie wedged fore, and all the et celeras requiring
ley; Steward, W. M. Ililleary; Assistant
A Democratic meeting was held in Steward, J. W. Kirkland; Chaplain, in between boxes and bedding, with her double-decked superlatives to describe
T he S xmjn B usiness . On Monday
head bent back betv een her shoulders,
last, E. C. Stacy , the saloon keeper was Lavenburg’s hall at Phoenix List Satur- | W. II. Gray; Treasurer, David Smith; and apparently dead. We supposed her them. After tho occurcnce you shall
hear more cf it.
brought before the Town Recorder, »lay, at which E. 11. Autenreith, Esq. ' Secretary, N. W. Randall; Gatekeeper,
’$<|iiire Gillette, to .-nisw-Y two charges awakened the echoes with “Jeffersoni Thos. Smith; Ceres, Mrs. J. M. Train;
IVIllinnis Creek Correspondence.
she showed signs of life, and in half an
Pomona, Mrs. E. B. Heath.
Ot m .»Tatfon of town ordinances. The an” thunder.
hour was able to talk; and is now, thank
We cull the following items from a let
The Scott Valley Ncirv says: “The
first charge was that of keeping a billiard
Remember that Torn Kent fastened tod, all right excepting a few bruises.”
received from our correspondent yes I wish to inform the public that I have
table for public use without a license;
himself upon the Democratic ¡»arty of
Squire was badly bruised, but they
completed iny new
the second charge was the selling of beer na, ¡gable. The salmon will be glad to this county and has been toadying most
al! foi innately escaped permanent injury.
assiduously to the ring managers to, ob
by the gls3s without a license. The
A L itti :: E pisode .—.\s the qualifica- and grass look w ell.
tain the nomination, while A. P. Ham-
Town was represented by J.m. R. Neil stream to get away with.”
W. B. Shoemak is building a substan
and F. W. Basbford, and the defense
The Champions of Honor will hav« a moml was nominated w ithout solicitation ti<>ns <>f the nominces for Representa-
I claim to make
cry properly under discussion, tial residence on his ¡dace.
was conducted by E. II. Autenricth and grand time in Ashland next Friday. On or effort on his own ¡.art. Kent has tive are ver
The Messrs. Jolin will start shortly
THE BEST PICTURES IN SOUTHERN ORECGN.
Ed. DePeatt. Defendant s counsel pift Friday evening a public entertainment made ¡»clitics his business, while Ham it OCCl to ’is to give a little episode in
—GEN. I LEUUYa.id BOBBY BURNS*,
in a demurrer, and argued that the will be given, after which a supper will mond has let polities take care of itself, the ex peri ?e o f one of them, which is with their cattle for Lake county.
G lYe nv a trial and be satisfied.
be kept at niy stable near Ashland the'
Watts’ diggings did not pay as well as antee to give satisfacl'on er ask no ¡»ay.
Town Trustees had exceeded the author be served at Mrs. Vining’s, to which mid worked quietly at his own business. well know.. 1 i.nny of his friends and
• »■-.it two years ago “Uncle expected, but good wages were realized.
ity granted to them by the town charter. everybody is invited.
—ARABIAN BOY until the £Slb ol
J. W. RIGGS,
Much lumber is being hauled from the
Tommy Smith . concluded he would
Demtirrer was overrulled by the court,
Col. R .- s was throw n from a buggy 1 y
A[ ril and rciurn the first week in July.
come to Aah’^nd to live, and sold his Williams creek mill.
and the trial proceeded. As the only a runaway team near Jacksonville last
Within the past Fw years tlcre has been-
Layton’s reservoir will soon be repaired’,
farm, up the valley, to Jasper Houck
point which required proof under the Sunday, and severely bruised ^vt n;»t
’.eq erate effort in this and Barion coun
•> « flt
The price agreed upon for the farm was ! ami the ditch is being cleaned out, so as ■j.
, riiinance was that the billiard table ha»l dangerously hurt. A little grandchild
ties to prejudice die minds of the poop)»*
been kept for public use (regardless of wa» with I1H11 and was also thrown out,
‘r < > «MH», an.I when the ¡»aynn-nt was made to carry a larger head of water.
ag; i 1st iny Perch» ran stock; anl in orett
I Mr •.
The leading issue with tho citizens of
Houck tendered as part of the
whether the public had ¡»aid for the use but not seriously hurt.
to give their slanib r some appearance of
am Hint s imp land scrip of the face Josephine is the annexation to Jackson.
of it or not), there was no difficulty in I W. H. Atkinson and 11. F. Phillips
being so, Lave deployed two of as fi ie dr ft-
Linkviiie Livery Stables.
value of $3/v>0. The s rip was then a Taxation continues to increase at a ratio
the way of speedy conviction, as Stacy
stallions as ever carte to Oregon, with sev
go as delegates from the Ashland Lodge
drug on the market, ami could not be that must soon bankrupt the property
eral col's and youne hots» e. That tbs'pub-,
hail admitted the fact to the prosecuting
to the Grand Lodge, F. A A. M., which
lie m iy not be deceived by thes i base-"
MANNING & WEBB,
ashed at thirty cents on the dollar, but
witness. Defendant was iound guilty, I 1 meets in Portland on the 11th
slanders 1 will s »oa publi.-h a circular giv- .
Uncle Tommy accepted it at its face val other county. The assessed valuation of
and the sentence was a tine of $15 and start next Monday. Mrs. Atkinson* will
ing s »me of the facts in the case with the
ue, under the impression that he could
costk Defendant was allowed until next
re pleased lo arnoance that their Scahlee a *
accompany her husband.
estimation ibis stock ¡3 held in at other
turn it into $3,000 Worth of coin at any
Tuesday to settle, as lus counsel is con- 1 A good audience assembled in tho M.
which will be sent fioe ou applica
siilering the advisability of testing the i E. Church last Sunday evening to hear nesday, June 9th; the anniversary ex time he cho.««, ami was profoundly as To try to keep up a county organization,
ercises being as follows: Next Sunday tonished, .ami of course very much ag w ith a full corps of county officials, on
validity of the ordinance in the higher
The people of this scctich weli kn^W of*,
Mr. Rogers’ discourse on “The Protest morning, June 6th, Rev. I. D. Driver. 1
grieved, when he learned afterwards such an assessment is bound to ¡»rove a
courts. In which case (the fine being
tho valuable animals for farm and team nsc\
ant Church and Infallibility.” The sub of Eugene City, will preach in the M. E. i
what it was v.»»rth in the market. It ruinous experiment. Ami for the citi
l»elow $20, so that the ease cannot be ap
that were raised fio n the two Freuch •
ject was ably handled, and the sermon Church. In the same place, Sunday
would naturally be supposed that any zens of the lower end of the county to A re tn excellent repair, amply provided with feed horses brought here by Mr. S. Colver some
pealed to thd circiH» court) the mode of
was one of unusual force.
evening, the Annual Sermon to the stu n..an who aspires to the ¡»osition of Legis still fight annexation, (as I learn that
proceedure will be to allow the defend
And th.»t customers will lx: wai ed on
years ago, (iLcy were J^ bluod«,) but when
Messrs. O. C. and I. D. Applegate dents will be delivered by Rev. J. S.
ant to Im imprisoned for refusal to pay
lator would know enough about the fa
breeders can secure the service of a pure*
• and (>. Mickleson and wife came in from
his fine, and bring him before the Cir ’ Lake county last week, called by the McCain. During Monday and Tuesday mous issue of swami» land bonds to un tion of how short-sighted is selfishness. »nod HACKS Excellent BlXiGIEd aLd No 1 blood lioreo for a reason ible price they’
HIDING H ij R.SE.8 alwajson hand.
should avail themselves of the priviledge.
cuit Court on a writ of kalian eGrptt». ‘ very serious illness of Mrs. Lindsay’ Ap '>f next v.'cek, examination of classes, al- i derstand what they were v-hen lie saw
To S ubscribers .—With this number
Some of the finest draft colts at the
To the second charge defendant pleaded" plegate. Mrs. Applegate is somewhat
them, an I that he would read the news the T idings ends the fourth year of its
¡-¡j’nurses promptly carel for, and_^3
committee of examination are, besides ! papers enough to know their worth
guilty, and received a like sentence of better, we are glad to learn.
existence, and at this time it is season Tourists and Others Outfitted
the above clergymen, Rev. Mr. Crowell. I when they had depreciated to such an
$15 and cost ts. Wc shall know by next
able for subscribers to come forward with
Remember that the public servants to
week whetb Ur the $100,000 which it has be elected next Monday are to conduct of Jacksonville and F. W. Bashford,Esq., ( extent as t > provoke universal remark. th ? cash for another year. Many are
On the shortest notice
But the funny aspect of the affair is that considerably behindhand with their pay tsJ'Do not fail to give the LinkviUe Rtahlis a til* Por GEN. FLEURY and ARABIAN BOY
been claim« ed was offered to back Mr. the business of tho county, in which
Gore are also requested to act with the ; Uncle Tommy was in the Legislature
Stacy in forcing
»rcing a saloon upon the town
MANNING & WEBB.
ments ar.d we need the money. M e
every citizen has a direct personal inter above. Monday evening, annual lecture
820 the Season----- 830 to Insure.
when the act authorizing the issuance of have obligations to meet, which requires
is ready for the sacrifice.
est — they are not elected to look after at the College chapel by Rev. 1. D. Dri- i
the scrip was passed and put in his little
N otice .—All who are indebted to me tlw interests of any political party.
MIT FAIL to sen«
ver. Tuesday evening, liter try cuter- ! vote upon the matter, as a good legisla cash. The amount due us from each
for our Price List for
is IO ¡he Season---- SI.5 tc Insure.
for wood, or otherwise, aro hereby noti
1380. F kbk to any
For satisfactory work in the line of tainment. Wednesday evening Sopho- ; tor sh uld. Whether he merely voted person is 30 small as to cause them no
fied to settle the same at once.
wagon making or repairing, W. W. more exhibition, and a short lecture by as the leader of his side directed, without inconvenience to pay, while the aggre
ji^Good pasturage 50 cents per week—
de.wrlptionv of every-
June 1, 1880.
H eaton F ox .
ttiin« required for
Kentnor’s shop in Ashland is the place Pres. Rogers. All these exercises will knowing what the vote was really for, gate is a sum of great importance to vs.
Will 11-e di;-j care, but will n »C be respon
personal or famiiyuitL
with over 1.2Gb Illii’tratloni. We sell all
sibic for accidents or escapes.
8ood» at wjio’esa'o |>rlc. s ir. quantities to suit
A grand ball and supper will be given to go. Mr. Kentnor has the best and be free, and the friends and patrons of j very much that w ay. Surely nobody deavor to visit many of our patrons in
le purchaser. Theon!> in itittion in America
who make tills :»i. r
W. 0. MTE2 *
by Madame Holt in her new hotel in
can accuse Unde Timmy of beinga very various portions of the county within the
» » -
MONTGOMEK Y WAEII A CO.,
country, and knows how to use them .too. tees meet ing Wednesday afternoon
next week or two. Look out for a call.
. Asm and . O gn . , ’larch 29, IRSf*
Jacksonville on th* 5th c>f July.
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Ave., Udc«£o. I1L
Look to Your Inter;
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