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’Morgan & Woodson,
School Fund Apportionment.
To-Morrow in Asblar.i.
, “Cieaulineis is next to G dlmc3s — j
ley last week. He says the people out dheref^e, bathe at the warm sntnbgS.
FRIDAY .......................... x' • ....... ..
J«$r rfubacriptiaji. ’•'Y *
Following is the amount to ivhitli
Th»* c«*lT ri'.tio,/«>f LcfeperrSenotf^iayj
i títere; fs hgfe, aré 6<>eplai^Rlg about the , Several fa' lilies in different pnrtsof the
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each distr.ct :s entitled of the Jime ap in Ashland t »-morrow will be rather ir-.i
Go to the dance early to-morrow even- dry weather.
valley are contumj»l<iting coming to Ash
N oth e .—All who are indebted.to me
portionment of the county school fund: regular ami infoririah Instead of the
t John Myrphy, whp is much alrfictel land in the fall, to enjoy the advantages
f,,r w » hh 1, or otherwise, are hqtrby hoii-
J..cksonx ille...................... $210 54
Usual oration and attemlant exefeise« in ASHLAND
Wool is selling at the Dalles at 15 to witn rheumatism', has gone out to Li’ak- of our schools.
tied to settle the same at once.
the inorning, it is expected tli.it the
19 cents a pound.
ville, t<» try the curative properties of
June 1, 1880.
H eaton F ox .
The latest prices f »r wool in the S <n
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sjieaker's stand will be occupied f’^'fl 'lt) I All kipds ofc work done promptly, arid
C. C. Parker, of Big Butte, was in the hot springs at that place:
Francisco market are quoted as f.idows:
to 12 o'cl vk bv a number of speakers, I satisfaction guaranteed.
W heat W aniei >. --Wagner, Anderton Ashland this week.
From the census returns it is learned Northern, 27 ($31c; Southern, 20 C"-‘.» j ;
who will eulogize the “Pr<»ird bird of
4 Co., of the Ashland Mills, are now
SPECIAL ATTENTION CIVEN TO SHOC.
J. Q. Welch and family have left Anil that the population of Portland, ex Oregon, 20 @ 25c.
Freedom’ in off-hand Speeches, ¿fhe
buying wheat, for which they are paying
Jt^ Shoji opposite the Livery Stable.
land for Puget Sound.
clusive ot Chinese, is about 16,500. • The
G. W. Wilshire an II. 0. Miller start f» r
dinner will ¿»»ubtless be the most •.‘egnlar
the highest cash maiket price.
4 45 tf
Congressman Whiteaker has reached
EasternOreg«»n next Sunday. Mr. Milltr
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N oti » e . — F. W. Éashford is duly home from Washington.
The indications are that Ashlai hl will takes with him a dozen or more head of
and will unquestionably !^* disposed of
*uth«»riiied to attend to my business
well supplied with ice-cream to-mor horses for sale.
Alfalfa hay sells in this neighborhood
in the old-i'a*iimn*’d way. After dinner
allbirs ill Ashland, and all business tran at $10 ¡»er ton in the field.
row. There will be at least half a dozen
Dun Cardwell and bride, of Jackson
there will be a para»le of “plug uglies,’'
28 62 !
sacted for me by him will be legal.
places where it will be sold.
ville, spent the first days of their honey-
We have been afflicted with numerous
21 60 ! burlesque eturnp speaking, etc. At half
J. H. M ayfield .
agents in town this week.
fJO 78 * past four a novel ainusainent will l»*j in
home Saturday evening.
troduced, in the shape of a half-hour, go-
Nqn< e , Albert Elliott, living at the
Douglas Dum will begin serving milk
MAIN ST., ASHLAND, OREGON/
its-ynu-please pedestrian contest up >n a
Miss Irene Wrisloy starts on this
(’.»Id Springs «»n the Linkville route, has to his customers tiext Monday.
Sam s Creek......................
Goose Lake valley last week.
track ¡»repare.! for the purpose on the i Is now prepared to do all kinds of work
evening’s stage for Oak Bar, California,
an»i will keep a supply of hay and grain
Missouri Flat ................
John Fraley intends to make a trip to
pii'iiic grvumls, a prize to be given to the
F. X. McAtee has started a tannery at i on the Klamath river, wheie sl.e w.ll Le
f .r the accommodation of teamsters and Missouri within a few weeks.
in bis line at his new shop,
gin teaching next Monday.
Strawberries have been selling at three of his tanks is 10,000 gallons, and the
North Phoenix ................
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Aftt r this there will be bicycle rm ing 0:1 MAIN STREET, GN THE SITE OF HIS OLD SHOT*
Rock Point ......................
O xen .-A fine yoke of cattle, large,well quarts for half a dollar in Ashland.
Special attention given to Shoeing.
ami foot r uing, by runners, and pe'hups
drying house is 24 feet square.
Willits, the concert which was announced
matched in size and color, well broken,
M. L. McCall started for Roseburg
.other Contests of an ex» iiing of i'.mUfir.g
The new dej>ot and hotel of the Ore for to-morrow evening has been indefi
seven years old, for sale by ^>avid Dun with his freight team this morning.
gon Railroad Company at Portland will nitely. postponed, to the great regret of
lap at hi3 ranch on Big liuttc. Good
The dinner is to I.«» furnished on the
B. F. Myer has gone out to Linkville, cost between $60,000 Und $65,000. The many'who were anticipating a rare mus
A. 3. WBIGHt.
v»»ke g»>es with them.
plau, us Usual, ami the ta
io do a little surveying in that town.
foundations will be laid this year.
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bles, under the care of the appropriate GENERAL
E. II. Autenreath, Esq., will deliver
I oot s Creek......................
Shaiinon Marshall lost a fine horse,
W anted .-A sj»an of<;ood young brood
J. S. Eubanks writes from Weston,
valued at $230, last week. It was killed Umatilla county, that he has bought an
n ares, broken to harness, with or with- the oration at Jacksonville on the 5th.
'i liompsoil’s Creek ..........
i u colts, of good disposition and good
Robert S. George captured a young by eating small pieces of broken glass in interest in a blacksmith shop at that
st ck. Apply for two weeks to D. P. elk alive in Powder river valley recently. hay that had been used in packing.
¡»lace, and g< he to work there. He ;s
am! refreshment stands will be running B01TA3T3A,
Brittain. Warier creek, six mile# from
C. W. Logan and John Million arrived
All kimls <»f hl ack smith ing «lone in tlid
Ashland. Cash down, and a fair price with freight from Roseburg this week. the Big Butte steatu mill, for generous Country.
In the evening there w ill he a dance at best style at reasonable prices.
will be paid.
We acknowledge the receipt of compli
W. C. Myer is expected to reach home and hospitable treatment during a recent
Hoiick’s Hall until twelve «»clock, but
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
the regular ball supper wiil bo omit
A F ine C olt . A fine young stallion, from Roseburg with his horses to-mor i
The twine mill in Albany has again the Secretary of the Association, H<m.
ted. and th" dancers will take tWir re- Whig oils, Buggies, V> heel-barrows, Etc»
. wiie<l by M. Micklesun, attracted con row.
E. M. Waite. It is expectc»l that at the ¡ Forest
made and repaired.
Plow work re
freshiiients at the ice cream sulo»ms.
siderable attention on our streets last
Five teams from Big valley, Cal., load
Svturday. He is entirely black in color, ed with flour at the Eagle Mills on Tues ten of the most solid men in the city. A celebration on M»»n»lay $25,000 people I ! Tnul Creek........................
three-years <>1»1, and weighs 1,272 lbs. day.
the day is Hon. F. C. Caples, of Port
He was sire I by Gen. Fleury; his dam
The fullowing is the weatl er report- !.. A. N eil ,
W m . H abius ,
R. P. N kiií
Regular meeting of Alpha Chapter,
J. D. F ountain ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Bqturi are ^siting
was half Pereheron, gram daiu a Duroc Eastern Star, at the hall next Tuesday
County School Snpt.
ending July 30th.
Therm» mieter Te
<1. A. Merrick lias received from Cali '
the State Fair. They went by ¡»rivate
M. and 12 xt i
i conveyance to Roseburg, Mrs. H. C. fornia two fine pictures of his horses, | W agon R oad .- 1 be Del Norte Record corded at 6
D esirable P roperty for S ale .—The
Dr. Taylor arid J. II. Cusick started
Hill going with theui^ for a visit to her Commodore Mambrim» and Bayswater, Of last week says: “Sometime ago a
WE V 1 ¡1ER
IE IP vit K ;
li use and l<>t of .John Ralph, on Main for east of tho mountains Wednesday
which were painted by Wood, the noted 'correspondent of the R'cord asserted that
old home at Wilbur.
(» A. At . 12 M 1
Hanis Neil & Co.,
street, is offered fo/sale at a bargain. afternoon.
artist of San Francisco. One of the i ' the people of Smith liver and Crescent ■ 24
Tiie lot contains an acre and a quarter of
Mr. Krause says through the Sentinel
ground, with extensive frontage, plenty that the population of Ashland is now cause the annual delegation x»f salmon
All kiidib tf fiFih arid dried
A Co’s, store, the other in Butler A they would not pull together. From the
of fruit, good water and excellent gar about 950.
fact that on last Saturday a puty from
88 i lliiles in 1 peris I o git', and all kinds of /a
den ground. The house is hard-finished,
A band of Col. J. N. T. Miller's hors fish out uf Rogue river.
The following postoflices in Oregon | 1 Smith River, consisting of John Bailey, 1 29
stock take i i > * xcliange for meat.
a id has a good cellar.
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es will be driven northward from Lake ! The vast banks of snow upon -Ashland have been made money-order offices, to i j Ray Wallace ami L. Beam, started over I 30
apply at the premises. .
! Butte and its neighboring mountains
M V ItKtl- D.
A ne^t dwelling house is being built keej» the creek constantly swollen and North Yamhill, Yamhill county; East i ing a route for a wagon ro- I from that
F k "M F ort J ones . — Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Reynolds, of Fort Jones, arrived for Jos. Patterson by Marsh A Co.,on roily, and our drinking xvater is not as Portland, Multnomah county; Center i place to Waldo, Oregon, this assertion CARDWELL KENNEY. -Li J; icksoti- I NEW MEAT MARKET!
ville, Umatilla county; Hillsburg. Wash would seen to have some foundation in 1 ville. June 23d, at the brille s rest- I
in Ashland on Wednesday morning, on Mechanic street.
limpid as could be desired.
truth. It is said to be the intention of i «leiiee, by Rev. D. A. < ’rowel 1, C. D.
their wedding trip, and are the guests of
Peter Simon, at Eagle Point, ¡9 liatil-
Crop prospects in Northern Oregon ington county; Independence, l\4k
Cardwell and Alias Rhoda Kenney.
the ¡»cople of Smith River after the party
Capt. and Mrs. J. M. McCall. They ing lumber for a barn which he will build i are good, but in thy. Sacramento vallev, county; Dayton, Yamhill county.
were married last Sunday. The bride, on his ¡»lace soon.
Frank Krause finished taking the cen i return and make their rejH,rt to decide
and some other ¡»arts of California, the
e-’i. Flesh me4 of every kind for s^le at th«*
whether it will be advisable to ÌHiirxt* <L
formerly Miss Ctara Anderson, is a sis-
O. Coolidge has been sending out dry north winds have made the yield sus in Ashland precinct last Tuesday. If
low es ' ¡. ice-.
ter of Misses Jennie and Annie Ander strawberries to Linkville, where they small.
any persons living in the precinct have survey. Should th» }’ report a favor rabio
fc, *- ft.e best tv«! ti e country nflords.
son, <>f this place, and has many friends find a ready market.
been overlooked, they will ¡»lease leave a route tiie people of the valley intend
Since the Toads Lave become passable
J. A. R.
m Ashland, with whom we join in wish-«
record of their name, age, occupation, take immediate steps in the
Brin. Caidwell, of Jacksonville,b»»ught for teams, many people have come in '
nile we eummend the eniwri rise of the
ing a happy and prosperous future for
a handsoine set < f furniture fr<»m Baum from Lake county after supplies, know- ! ¡»lace of birth and 1»;. «h-pl.ice <»f f drier ¡¿..nli» Rivetites, y«t we would like to
the newly-married Couple.
ami m »tlier ¡4 this »»'lice, a id the s i.ue
A Hill last Tuesday.
ing that they Can obtain bargains in i
I will be forwarded to the enumerator.
F rom W arner ,—E. H. Loftus re
If you want to buy lumber, consult I Ashland.
building a ro.*<l ox er the route n»»’.v l»v |>O «3
The wai m weather ha3 l»< «u hatching
turned l;v t Friday from Warner valley, the advertisement of Chandler A Rich
W. Beeson has completed the census
surveyed between tins ¡»lace ami Wa'ul»».
I out the gu^shoj'jieis in some porte ns of
and reports his s»>«k interests in that ards before puixhasi g.
i enumeration in Table Rock, Manzanita,
It is not at ail likely «hat Smith River
cat »factory condition. His
section us in a c.i
will ever be a shipping ¡» »int, ami as Monday, Evo., July 5lh 1280.
A. S. Jacobs is building a «Iwelling Willtiw SpringB and Rock Point, and has
Sixty Days after July 1st.
boys w re specially favore I in the matter house on the eastern side <4 Mam street registered nearly 1,700, including 42 already iL ne some damage to Lay and Crescent City is the only accessible har-
< f ration* »luring the winter, n >t being opposite the Academy l»»t.
v. e believe that it isto I
— I will make lumber 20 per centr
compelled to subsist on the slim fare
i e wh ile county t»j work
cheaper for C ash than it was ever beford
J. 2». Leach and family started this \ crop of the Columbia ’ reigon will un
W. B. GruLb cune in fr»»m his Lake
th.it prevailed rip»»n many ranches, Ft*
sold here. Lumber from best Yellow
rn <!reg»»n. Mr. Leach doubtedly Le fully up to the ave: : gc.
e unity ranch 1 * S turd y. He reports m rning for E.e.t«
swans, geese and «lucks swarmed in the
Pine, ami warranted to be evenly sawed.
goes with ti e ; urpo^e of finding a loca
Eastern On-gon Las its drawbacks, like
valley, and Mr. Loftus says the bo VS t’.at stock is f of«-
flooring, siding and rustic for
tion f«>r a ranch. » riher in an agricultural
C oast S vkvex .—The valuable work
most other pm tions of the habitable globe
s'i. t i .ODD ducks, saving the feathers to I Seven crim ual »nd seventeen civil i
815 per Thousand,
«ase-« were on the < a en lar of the Circuit ¡ or grazing sect. >n.
that we spin around on.
A letter re-.d which is being done by the Government
make bnh with.
At the mill 5 miles from Ashland. All
A large invoice <»f new goods including by G. W. Wiishire from Heppner, um’.er in the way of thoroughly examining ami
' Court for Lake comity this week.
M rs P rice . — Mrs. 8. E. Price, who
David Kilgore, of Langell valley,came candies and nuts, just received at the date of June 25th, says the croj»s in I ! carefully stmlying a.id acquiringacorrect !
1 tf CHANDLER & RICHARDS.
with Mrs. Meeker and daughter was
A full supply of Umatilla county are “burning up’ and knowledge of the topography of the
in from Lake county to see the American Ashland Drug Store
held m captivity for a time by the Ute
Sykes'Catarrh Cure, Hop Bitters and the grasshopi'crs have hatched out in country on this Coast, and of establishing 1
Eagle spread himself in Ashland.
F. M. D rakb ?
tl. C. M yek ,
Indians after the massacre at White
Oregon Kidney Tea.
such numbers that it is feared they will the true outlines»»f the peculiarities and ;
Linkville to Fort Klamath,
river agency,arrived in Ashland Tuesday
Campaign clubs are already being or eat the grain before the drotith lias time changes of the same is worthy of our I
in ruing, having cjiiij with her tw » lit*
Vi T. k»* Cot : ce and K1 nruh Agency
ganize«! in the State. The first Garfield t<> fiinish its work.
serious contemplation. The untiring in
l e ve* T.-i.kv .1 ■ lìi- ì. ys, Tblired y* a- <1
tie children to live with her Father, for sale in large or small quantities.
clnb was organized, in Cole’s w.'.lley,D<>ug- I
dustry which animates the oilleers, an<l 1 8 turi va II • ira- M.» d iy-, Wednes l.«ys aud Fd-
\rclnll51d I’aiker. Her husdand, it will
their zealous endeavors and unselfish de d .y*. c ryi g U 8. ni: ils . ud p.» «uger«.
| las county, while Portland has a Han-
votion to the accumulation of valuable
le remembered, was one of the victims in the valley during the first two weeks , cock club, among the fit st.
!.. W.-I l>, Ageut «t l.iukv.lle-J. S. Eeacb,
Our correspondent semis the following information for the benefit of our mer A_e il .i' F ri K1 un Ih.
. f the massacre. A bill has ¡Kissed both of this month has been given up.
i A beautiful frog pond now adorns the under date of June 26th:
chant ships ami commerce generally, is
AL l EKTtEE, Froj rie'or.
1. mses of Congress ami been approved by I
Ilenry Norton and Jno. True came in
worthy of a high encomium.
, publie square, and the plaintive piping
We are experiencing very warm weath
the President granting her an annuity I Monday » morning with 19,000 lbs. of
| ofthe frogs at eventide accords harmon I er ftt ¡»resent,—thermometer 90° in the schooner Earnest went into winter quar-’ ICS CBWI FASLORS
from the government for the support of freight from Redding for our merchants.
ters at Olynij-ia Bay last November for I
iously with the wail of the Cith Fathers, slnade.
the purpose of entering into the work of
h. rself and her chihiren.
Joseph Helman, of Salem, , a pioneer i that “they can't help it'.
the coast survey. The necessary* officers
who came to Oregon in 1839, died at his
H ood W heat . Chas. High brought
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Judge E. MaXon, of' Goose Lake, left f<>r the valley, to buy fotir mujes for and efficient coq»s of gentlemen familiar
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
; I home last Fii»lay, in the 63d year of his
in! » town Tuesday fro»n his fathers
passed through town Saturday on his
the vessel is now on her v»\vage. Lieu
f inn on Beat creek a number of stalks of
way to Roseburg. On his return he will
F. J, Brown will be the command
We acknowledge a very acceptable be accompanied by his daughter,who has
wheat about three and one-half or f«»ur
ing officer. Some very interesting results
ing’daily, and there are many sheep may be expected from this expedition.— I G. A. NUrLtY, Proprietor.
of fine, large strawberries from been spending some time in Yamhill.
feet high,.and pretty well headed, which
^Bish fc Ck.yton, the enterprising garden-
across Wood river already.
---- rret.il Bie.d, I’iee :md C.keS kept cou-
he ¡»idled from a patch that was sown on
Judge Mason rq>orts the grain crops
ftauilv on hind.
the loth of April. It is of the variety
in Goose Lake valley io be stiflering
Thc bath house near Eagle Mills hav
E'-fOi.e door north of Ceutrd II > el.
known as the Proper wheat, and was i Messrs. Wm. Turner, editor of the greatly from the dry weather. A rather hau l badly mashed while at work at the ing been refitted with new tubs and par
C. A. NVTI.EY.
brought by him from California last Sentinel,and Jas. E. Cardwell, of Jackson larger acreage was sown this year than Agency saw mill, getting lumber for the < titions, and several new springs added to
ve «r. He only had sued enough for a ville, ¡laid Ashland a visit Tuesday after last, but the yield will probably be less. Fort.
the water supply, Mi. Phillips has decid
F. W. BASHF0SD,
small pat« h, but intends to sow as much noon.
Some of the settlor# of Annie and ed to run aback t<-the Springs each Wed-
The Elliott insurance case comes up in
as possible next year. It is very flourish-
Keven-mile creeks, have their families nesdey rnd Saturday. The fare is placed ATTORNEY AT LAW AND
Good oak ami pine wood in any quan
the I . S. court at Portland about this
mg f r this season, being much better tity for sale cheap by Douglas Gum at
rusticating at the Fort, while they are at the small sum of 25 cts.. bath extra.
time. Jeremiah Elliott, the principal
than other kinds of wheat grown Under the old Kilgore place in the eastern edge
attending to their stock.
defendant, is sanguine i that the insur-
Some boys cut and spoiled the liatid of
EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT IN A FIRST CLASS
the same conditions.
At the Fort there is no preparation
ance company can make ; nothing out of
Bennett Million’s reaper, which was
f »r tiie olorioti? Fourth made yet, but as
Several Ashlandites w ill celebrate the the case.
Tur. B icycle . The Bicycle ordered
standing in the fiehl near his barn, the
Gi'l rious ¡ rom ,i!y tu <1-, >.i <1 *j.t*ci d aventi n
soldiers are v.»ys ready at a moment’s
by I’». F. Reeser arrived in Ashland oil Fourth in a hunt up on Ashland Butte.
other day. The boys should know that given <> *l.e prep -.ration of I»«e !e, Mu te g; aod
J. B. R. Hutchings has dressed •1
notice for any emergency, there is plenty
Monday morning, and furnished amuse-
such wanton destruction of property is a otuer I>*g.l l’.ijer*.
JOB WORK a specialty!
number of Angora goat skins so as to
inent f r people on the streets nearly all
make beautiful rugs,
.4 81- f
The contract for hay and straw was Boon as Mr. Million is positive that he
C. A. Nutlcy has just received a stock when finishe«l by him, but if they were
day. The first adventurous youth who
M. A D.
b strode it was held up by two men on of fine candies, and intends to keep on dyed they would be more useful ami ju iici »iisly awarde«! to the ranchers in has the names of the offenders they may
the vicinity of the Fortf Messrs. Shat expect to be prosecuted, unless their par
cither side, but in spite of their assis- hand a full assortment of confectionery doubtless more saleable.
H. C. HILL,
M BAI M,
Wilkins, ami Swal’my the hay, and ents make goo.I the damages.
tance Rnd protection, landed rather
Sava the Yreka Journal: We learn
lentlv on hinface in the dusty road be
A large delegation of red men with from W. B. Cantrell, that the census of Mr. Magher the straw
THE OREGON KIDNEY TEA.
fore he had ridden twenty feet,
A. W. BISH. Prop’iätor, -
(>»ir Commissary Sergent is all right
their families, from Klamath reservation, Yreka township, for his district, foots up
hasn't tried it since. Another young were in Ashland on a trailing expedition a total of 1,406 population, an I that again ami is preparing for another deer
To (lie People «.f Jarksoii mill Lake
Read the following testimonials, not
gentleman, of more extensive courage last week.
0 Donnell has about l,5<Mt ft r the other
from persons 3,0it0jniles away, whom no !
and limbs, who has been an accomplished
—I will can fresh fruitsand vegetables
A number of Ashland people are going portion or eastern section of Yreka
velocipede rider, .after being spilled over to Jacksonville on the 5th, ami will at township, which includes Shasta Valley. ami well st' eked ranch, on Annis creek, one knows, but from well-known and of all kinds upon orders during the com
trustworty citizens of Oregon, whose
the t'l ont several times, caught th* art of tend the ball at Madauie Holt's Hall in Butteville ami Strawberry Valley down will build a bridge for him to cross.
ing season. Fruits ami tomatoes a spe
names, written with their own hands,
managing the machine, and succeeded in the evening.
Orders from a distance prompt
to the Shasta county line.
can be seen at < ur office:
breaking a spoke within a few hours.
ly attended to. Send a stamp for price
ville, ami Capt. Work paid us a. visit,
Madame Holt, ofthe Franco American
Both myself ami wife have been for
The Shasty ( hairier says: “The latest
The sport is quite popular— with specta
Hotel, in Jacksonville, now furnishes bonanza has been found in the Northern
some years afflicted with disease of the list.
tors—but we have no apprehension of
meals for 25 cts. each; lodging at the Light mine at Copper City, a cave of combined business with pleasure, as Mr. kidneys, and have tried many remedies
the equine race being driven out by an
without obtaining any permanent relief.
earth between the tunnels having reveal- j
importation of bicycles.
government, and got good prices for About three months agoxre were induced
TTAVE OPENED THEIR NEW FERNITÜRU
The distance between Jacksonville and e»l an immense body of silver ore which I
to try a pacdatie of the Oregon Kidney
e « re vi a « full b o» K of
H igh W ater .—The hot weather of Crescent City by the route now being assays from ?6t• to $210 to the ton.
father Blanchet came out on the stage both <>f tis, as since taking it two weeks SALE AND FEED STABLES !
the past two weeks has melted the snow : surveyed for the new wagon road will be Specimens of the ore. brought into town
we have felt no synq»t >ns of the disease.
Full Chambar Sets,
bv Mr. B.jbcr.has attracted much atten« last Saturday, ami L-ft Monday morning. We can heaftilv r»;comim*nd it to others
in the mountains at the sources of the 1 about 117» miles.
Columbia and Snake rivers, ami it is ex- ■ Preparations are making for a grand ti< i, native silver being visible all He ha I one Bqttixm. hel I s -rvice and similarly ufliiete L as be believe- it will »l>>
LINK VILLE,---------------- OREGON
pecte.l that the fl<.»«»d this year will be ; time at Linkville on the 5th, and the thnuuh the rock. This discovery will preache I several tiim st» a very s’i u all that is claimed for it.
f w Fatho-
M. L. W hite ,
Squire and Center Tables,
greater than that of 76. The Standard j chief attraction is the 1 all in the evening have a good elicit on the “situation'’ at audience. th»*:e being very
Large new barn and corral, and every
Copper City, ami is opportune.
<>f Sunday reported the river already at Hewlrick’s Hall.
I take pleasure in testifying to the brunch of the business.
short stay. M re an »n.
O b WER
Dock Cases, Cupboards,
sewn inches alwwe the high water mark I ' Sam Morgan, our veteran blacksmith,
Rev. J. IL Mayfield A Son returned
meriiU of the Oregon Kidney Tea. F- r
of 184V> at Lewiston, and at the Cascades has been in poor health for sometime last week from Walla Walla. They re-
H Y, GRfiH AND FLOUT
the past three years I have been Rnfl'er-
Constantly on lnyml and for sale.
it was rising an inch an honr. The Port past, but is now growing better. we p >rt lively times in Eastern Washington place at th«* F >rt. at 200, 500 and 600 ing fmm Kidney troubles, and during
land people liave been preparing for the arc glad to say.
II Territory, and »¡»¡»ear satisfied with the
best sl ots t * go t'> Vancouvert»»’compete Ki Iney medicine in the -market, almost
NOT FATI, to send
freshet, and all the warehouses and oth
tr.VERY'HTNG IN THE LINE OF HOUSfc
Just received at Reesers, a full lino
f •» .»nr Price List for
f *r t J jccx in the t *»;i f r Crot- biv r''. without nrix- re1 if. Having heard that
1S-J. F ioe to any
er buildings along the river have been
eiil HOLD Fu tirniig G«M»d , wticii they w W
the O:eg »n Ki iney T»-a possessed won
of Osborne reapers ami mowers, dry dr-'V<* thither from this va!h*y.
. I ire«S U|>•>«
» !l ai li e lowest prioee.
cleared of their contents. Several streets
derin' ¡»nice tie«, I purchased a package,»,
goods, groceries clothing, boots and Mayfield has bough t an interest in a l.v-
ilewrlrvi».js oí rverv-
Backus, with 121. and Corporal Char’es an t trun the ¡i:4 d se
-e < obtained re’u«-f,
r.-n'ii:. .1 f r
of the city will he flooded, and a stagna
n: -oi'ia! <»■ faUitiy u-e.
shoes, cigars ar I tobacco, candies and erv «table i i M alia 4'- all i. : ml w ill rc-
REP. JRiKC AND UPiiDLSTERINC D3NE UPO*
with <>«< t j goti IR ih ' ... .1*..
Williams with 118 points out of a pos
tion <>f business will be experienced until
- I i rr’nnfttien to m »
t 1 nuts, lints and caps, notions, stoves, tin
t.H' I’HI i 'l -
the water subsides. _
W In. ul I ■■ '
h • I -
S am ' l G ray .
•• it I.»’ :.*■>,< Aedicw,
and hardware for sale at Lel-r ck prices t er his hand of horses , which he intends
BAUM & Til LU
MON !•<;<>’I f’ V W ____
X Itl> *.- . < <»..
| Job work neatly ami promptly done. | Astoria, Or.. L'ee. 2$, 187'9.
I to take with him.
VV Miaou Av*., Lo>te&* I.fc.
for C ash . Give him a call.
Rah fur ihAmcricaneagle.
At a Bargain
MYER & DRAKE,
HA il D W ARE»
Furniture ! !
Furniture ! Í
BAUM & 1I1LL»