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ASHLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY. APRIL 16, 1886.
ItOGCE RIVER Ql'ARTZ NINES.
I Oregonian, April 5th. I
were blundered upon. About 1866 a so-
called silver deposit yas discovered near
Will. >w Springs, and occasioned some ex
citement, but proved unfounded.
I set out with the intention of givimj
a little of the history of the quartz dis
coveries in Jackson county, wishing for
the sake of clearness to divide ti e story
into an account of what has been done,
what is being done and what may be
done; but inorder to avoid an unwieldy
length, I will c'ose for the present, hav
ing touched only the fust consideration,
and that but very imperfectly. I will
endeavor to complete the subj-ct in a
day or two.
H. O. L.
IN MODOC MESHES.
Lepnl Blanks, Circulars, Business Cards
Billheads, Letterheads, rosters, etc., got
ten up in good style at living prioea.
STATE AND COAST.
Away back in '52 Judge Tolman, now
Keep no more animals than can bo
Columbia county, W. T., is to have a
general, crossed the plains with C mifortably accommodated; otherwise §40,000 court house.
J acksonviluj , April 2.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
a small company. When they reached they prove an expense rather than profit.
Quartz mining in the Rogue river
There are only 288 men now employed
the Modoc country the Indiaus were bad
Study what your soil and the crops at the Mare Island Navy Yard.
country is not a new thing, the first
Will attend to eases in the courts of Oregon,
you grow need, and then, as beat you
render advice and prepare papers in the set
claims having been worked as long ago as
The third camp after Goose lake «as can, feed so as to make special manures
tlement of estates, make applications for
In Morrow county sheepmen pay six
patents under the V. S. mining laws, ami
made at Clear lake. Six miles beyond to meet the demand.
par fleece for shearing.
may tie consulted on all matters pertaining
took place and it looks at present as if
they came to plenty of Indian signs.
to Government lands. School and s-> amp
Dolph is trying to get Cou«
They moved on to the divide, in sight of
lands, and claims against the V. S. for ser
to become an important mining district.
land laws fur Alaska.
vices or losses.
Tule lake, and when near the like they left
three times a week, depending on how
The veins thus far prospected mostly lie
Surf-bathing on the Coronado beach is
Township plats on tile iu the office.
in the range of hills which separates Ap
it parallel with the lake shore. Tolman fast the soil dries out in the pots.
the popular amusement at present of
plegate creek from Bear (Stuart) creek
Miss Eleanor Ormerod, the British San Diegans.
had the train stop, and after putting the
and Rogue river. The hills are perhaps
J. T. Sowditch,
women and children inside had all the Government entomologist, declares that
The census of the city of San Diego—
2000 feet high, and a number of creeks
canvas tied down tight, riot to let the In in England itself the English sparrow is
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
completed—shows that it haa a POP-
arise among them and flow into the
dians know that they were encumbered
illation of 6200.
streams named. The more important
got rid of.
Will practice il. all courts of the State.
tributaries are Mill, Wagner, Jackson,
women and children.
Take care to have the tobacco which
The Vacaville people expect to have
Collections promptly made «11.1 remitted.
Kane and Foot, creeks on the north
We have recently received ninny in
One of the outfit was named Chris, and is burned to kill insects in the green ripe cherries in the market by the mid*
slope, and Sterling and Jackass creeks quiries from distant parts of the country another called “Skillet Head.” Chris houses and hotbed damp enough not to die of this month.
on the south. People familiar with the as to whether the two unmarried daugh was very partial to ducks; so when they cause a blaze, for that would create a
T. 2. Sent,
Mrs. Thomas A. Hendricks left
history of that country will remember i ters of Mr. Blaine had become or were I camo near the lake he took his fowling dangerous gas.
Indianapolis April 2d for an extended
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
that it was upon these streams that the i about to become members of the Catho piece and was sneaking toward the lake
When a young lamb becomes weak visit in California.
most of the placer mining of former lic church. These inquiries had seen shore to g«t shot at some birds he saw
debilitated, after nearly ready for
f»“" id practice in all the courts of Oregon.
such a report in the public press, but floating on the surface, when Tolman
Robert L. Wallace, aged 11 years, was
Office in the court house.
prised to hear that gold-bearing quartz uniformly-»« papers known to be hostile ordered him back and told him he would weaning, it may be strengthened by giv drowned in Mill creek, near Salem,
lodes exist near their head waters.
to Mr. Blaine. The information, there lose his scalp if he went there, He look- ing it feed twice a day of oatmeal gruel Monday evening of last week.
An old prospector will be struck with fore, seemed to be given with a view to ed on Tolman as afraid without a cause, and warmed milk.
Dolph is the name of a new postoffice
Use plenty of grass seed, in order to
the similarity of the country to the min injuring Mr. Blaine with Protestant and as soon as they were under v
CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR,
<>n the Nestucca road, beyond Grande
this middle bench ho tried again for
California. He will'notice the same clay traordinary assault on the Catholic chance at the ducks. Tolman saw him be destroyed or eaten by birds and in Ronde, Yamhill county. Mrs. Annie
Will attend promptly to any business in the
slates, well known as auriferous; there church had been used to injure Mr. sneaking through the tall sage, but de sects. A light harrowing will always Hill is postmistress.
lina of land surveying, locating ditches, etc.,
and everything pertaining to civil engineer
are the porphries, schists, serpentines, Blaine with Catholic voters. We do not termined to let him earn his own ex prove beneficial upon newly selected
Father Wilbur has purchased a cen
ing. Satisfaction guaranteed.
limestones, granites, and all the other expect that anything we could say will perience, as lie shortly did. The Indians grass lands.
trally located lot in Sprague, W. T., on
office at the postoffice
formations about which the quartz men stop the inventors of falsehoods. But had ambushed the ro,id along the beach
The yellow Persian powder or pyre which he soon hopes to have a Methodist
are so fond of mystifying themselves; it is proper to state tlrat the story re that was usually traveled and were hid thrum, mixed with Scotch snuff, will kill church edifice erected.
J. S. Howard,
there are “sulphurets” of the usual de ferred to has not the slightest foundation. among the rocks that made the perman ticks in sheep effectually. Dust in, in
Papers have been prepared for the
scription, and, finally, best of all, gold The young ladies were baptized in the ent shore line. When they discovered about six inches apart, with a powder
Notary Public and Conveyancer
of the well-known complexion. It is Congregational church of this city, of tint the wagon train was making a new bellows. Take equal parts of the snuff prosecution of a number of leading
citizens of Carson, Nev., for taking part
like a chunk of Amador or Nevada coun which church Mr. ami Mrs. Blame have road they suddenly rose from their hid and the powder.
All kinds of real estate business given careful
in the anti-coolie boycott.
attention, and information furnished con
ty dropped down north of the forty-sec been ineinl ets tor thirty years, and have ing places and giving a fiendish war hoop
The Japan chestnut will prove a valua
ceruing property in the new tow n.
ond parallel, but miraculously and sin never formed any other church connec started for the wagons on a keen run.
Three prisoners made their escape from
gularly free from the banging of stamp tion. Miss Margaret Blaine, concerning The new move wasn’t exactly “ducks” to I ble addition to the nuts of this country. the Astoria jail on the 1st. The names
Dr, John S. Parson,
mills, and the stench of sulphuret works. whom the inquiries are more especially Chris, but it was to Tolman and perhaps
<>f the pi isoiiers are Curtis, Wilson and
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
It is like a mining country without its addressed, is at this time one of the I to others who saw that Teutonic member which is far its inferior. The shoots of Harrington. They were all in for rob
business and bustle and noise. But most constant attendants upon the wor of their fraternity start back for the wag
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may change al) that and cause the ship of the Congregational church. It ons at considerably better than a 2:40 the other and its leaves are not so broad.
i#*Oflice for the present at Chitwood’s
Bunch Grass Blade: The streaks of
Oni on seed may l>e sown very early in
Rogue River country (in the customary is rather humiliating to make public such I gait. The first jump saw his hat go
weather during the past few weeks
slang of mining reporters) to take its statements concerning matters which be overboard, but Chris was too busy to
can be made ready to receive it. The have played the (luce with the young
place as a great bullion producer.
think of a hat. He reached his wagon
Ever exhibited in Ashland. Following is a partial list of Clothing just
Prospecting is now going on with ar seems necessary to correct stories known thoroughly scared, and having gained on soil should be well plowed, then harrow lambs. Some flockmasters report quite
C. J. Sechrist, M. D.,
dor all over Jackson and Josephine coun to be false by those who first put them in the savages so that they were distanced. ed, rolled and harrowed again, until a heavy loss.
ties, or at least in such localities as con circulation. We have thought that a His hat was a total loss and his breeches thoroughly pulverized. It should then
The Oroville Citrus Fruit Association
tain mineral veins. The greatest atten statement from the city of Mr. Blaine's were shreds and tatters. The sage and be raked clean of sticks, stones and are planting their trees where the hard
Office for the present, at Dr Kahler's drug
25 Black Diagonal Suits.
tion is concentrated on the hills between residence, where all his children were greasewood ottered rough points of con clods.
pan comes within ten inches of the sur
12.00 to 20.00.
20 Elegant Plaids, all the rage,
Applegate and Rogue River valley, but born ami reared, would be accepted as troversy that nearly- stripped him of his
A farmer's garden, planted in rows face. They blast a hole in the rock and
the country north of the river and west authoritative by all who really want to clothes as they caught hold of his gar clear across the patch and cultivated as put the tree in.
20.00 to 25.OO.
1.8 Wine color suits, cutaways.
Dr. D. B. Bice,
of Evans creek is also being attended to know the truth. Hence, though not ments on his rapid career to his wagon. far as possible by horse power and given
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
It is expected that cars will be running
15-00 to 2O.OO.
>5 Handsome blue P-k,
as far west as Gal ice creek. There is I without reluctance, we publish these
Matters were a trifle critical, for the as good cultivation as the best farmers to Bailey's at the Siskiyou boundary by
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white men numbered only 25 all told,
next fall if not sooner, thus cutting off
Office at the City Drug Store; residence near
tainous region drained by Illinois river
and the Indians were numerous, with half an acre to supply half of the living twenty miles of hard staging, and get
7.00 to I I.OO.
the woolen factory.
o» Heavy Cassimere suits, from
Too Much Work for Stanford.
more, no doubt, where these caine from.
¿ft'Special attention given to diseases of wo
ting rid of paying wagon road toll.
of the Applegate and near the California
25 Pair Tailor made spring-bottom pants, - - 6-5°
[Dispatch to Indianapolis Journal.]
Skillet Head fainted in his wagon, but to the health of the family.
A hundred acres of land are being
The special prizes for strawberries of
too Pair Cassimere pants, all styles, from - -
The announcement of Senator Stan the mules «ere kept in a trot, and the
in Pierce county, W. T., for the
whole train w:is making the best time
Miss Alena Weber,
3 Dozen pr spring-bottom Jeans, good quality 2.00
the Fowler, or steamboat lead, was ford of California that he intends resign possible. Tolman saw the necessity of al Society are to be awarded on th e ba purpose of planting cranberries. Fifty
Tearherot music at Ashland College, will give
ing his position in the senate if the gov
“ straight cut Jeans, good quality - i-5°
worked there in 1860 and thereabouts.
acres of the tract will be ditched, drained
ernor elected in his state this fall is re getting to the head of the lake before sis of the following scale of points: and planted this summer with stock from
PIANO, ORGAN and GUITAR
in 1859, when the Hicks veins on the left publican, so that a republican may be cut off their progress. Sending all the form, 10; color, 10; size, 10. Two quarts New Jersey.
To a limited number of pupil« outside her
hand fork of Jackson creek were opened. chosen to succeed him, leminds the pub rest to the rear save the drivers and are to be furnished of each competing
The third annual exhibition of the
It yielded about $2000, which was con lic of the character and amount of work Frame, who was left with him by Mc- variety, with additional specimens for Eastern Oregon Agricultural Association
Residence at Mr. A. G. Rockfellow's on Church
tained in a very small space. Men in
Dermitt, they two went in advance and tesiing to be supplied to the Committee, will be held at Pendleton, commencing
stantly set about prospecting for quartz upon to do. Senator Stanford says he the teams rushed after. Eratne told so as not to break the specimens exhibit September 27th. The purses offered for
mines, and in a short time made some
JC T. Bartlett,
Tolman that just where they would need ed. It is well that, quality is rated twice races are quite liberal and no doubt will
dozen or more rich finds. The first was self been running about the departments to come down off the second bench to the as high as any other character, but in
draw the best horses in the state.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,.
the famous lead found by “Emigrant”
lake level there was a Modoc rancherie. some localities ami in some markets size
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Graham, on Gold Hill, which stands
On last Thursday evening, says the Al
Realizing the need of audacity, the two and productiveness overrule everything
Will furnhh estimates and take contract« for
bany Herald, about G o'clock, at his liv
upon the southern bank of Rogue river, with it.
All at prices that cannot be beaten in Oregon. In
Buildings of all kinds.
“Why," said he to a friend to-day,
near the railroad crossing, and about a
ery stable in Corvallis, ~
above the village with all the yell there
A «hare of patronage solicited.
gomery received injuries from a kick in
dozen miles from Jacksonville. The “people write me for favors now who was in them, which took the Alodocs by
SJtop locat'd just below the livery stable.
the abdomen by a horse, which terinin-
greater part of the gold was found upon would not dare address me in private life surprise. The Indians all jumped into
ated fatally about 7 A. M. the next day.
the surface of the hill, near the summit, —people who have no possible claim the lake and swam off, and the field was
the vein having been broken and weath upon me—and they command me, too. I left open for the train. The wagons fol President of Costa Rica.
A. L. Willey,
A car load of wool was shipped from
ered down and exposing an enormous j Ì am simply a pack-horse, and I would not lowed, and when they got upon the bench
Arlington on Monday, the first of the
here in a short time, and will be sold as low as a first-class article can be “pocket,” from which over S100.1M10 was
alongside the tides every moment coun
season. Arlington (Alkali) last year
taken. The total product was §150,OCX), or honor. It is the place <>f a slave. It ted. The Modocs followed the rocky member of Cleveland's Cabinet.
shipped more wool from first hands than
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including what was taken from a miner
bluff, but at the head of Tule lake this
Caleb W. West of Kentucky has been any other point in the United States.
1« prepared to rrive estimates, to furnish mate
alized chute adjoining the pocket. Part
bluff recedes gradually from the shore, nominated to be Governor of Utah.
At least that is what the Arliiigtonites
rial, au<I complete all kinds of buildings
of the quartz went through an arastra it seems, when they approach a senator, and following along the lake close to the
IN OK OCT OF TOWN
'‘St. Chestnut's Day" is what some
on reasonable terms. AU work warranted to And money refunded in all cases where goods are not entirely as repre and part was worked in the first stamp I have to answer more than a hundred tides, they diverged more and more from
wicked Faber-pusher, has nick-naiued
An 18-year-old son of Nat. Batea,
mill ever erected in Oregon. Henry
postmaster at Lexington, Or., atabbed
SHOP—on Mechanic street, over Youle 4c Gil
Klippel, still living in Jacksonville, with letters a day, and tramp through the de now in possession of. One of them got the first day of the month.
roy's store-house and office.
two partners, built this mill, but lost partments like a lackey-boy. I came on the ridge and motioned, as if in
Twice as many people are addicted his father on Saturday last because the
money on the venturo. The principal hete at the solicitation of friends, but friendliness, to show them that their to the telephone habit in this country as old gentleman tried to reprove the lad.
The young tough was placed under $500
owners of the lead were Henry Klippel, had not been here a month before I de road lay close to the rocks, but they in England.
bonds to appear before the grand jury,
Col. John Ross and Thoui:;.-, Cliavner. termined to be relieved."
The experience of Mr. Stanford is that were already passing out of arrow shot
in default of which he was placed in the
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR at LAW Odd Fellows Block, Ashland, Or.
Active operations lasted but a few
and the Modocs had few guns. As they
muntlis, when the rich rock was ex of all senators who look carefully after got on the lake level Tolman had the nearly a million dollars worth of proper Morrow county jail.
ASHLAND, JAOKSON COUNTY, ONECON
hausted, and since then but little has their constituents. The outside work of i foremost teams slacken speed to let those ty April 6th.
The Prescott “Journal-Miner" says;
been done, although the owners retain a faithful servant is enough to employ at behind come up abreast, so as to be two
Will practice iu all courts of this state. Office
Thare is a movement on foot to secure “Chinese cooks is Prescott are receiving
in Odd Fellows' building up stairs.
possession of the mine, and keep up their
deep. The armed mon kept between the impeachment of Judge Donohue of $75 per month and board, while Chinese
joint stock organization. Mr. Klippel is at least that many assistants. Senator the teams and the rocky bluff, and soon the Supreme Court of New York,
house servants refuse to do any family
they were safe on the open prairie, out
ogeni jot the following named
The captive Apaches hare left Fort washing while receiving $40 per month
There were a number of discoveries
<>f reach of arrows. The water being Bowie on their way to Florida; noth and board. This help would all be re
I made in the vicinity of Gold Hill, the
low at that season of the year favored
placed with white labor if good, reliable
' Biackwell and Swindell ledges being the Van Wyck and many others work at them, as it left a broader streach of level ing haa yet been heard of Geruniine.
The Liverpool and London and Globe.
and sober help could be obtained."
The Stale luveatmeut and Insurance Company Takes occasion to remark to his old friends and patrons and I principal. On Foot's creek a number of
The revolutionists in the Argentine
land between the lake and the Indian
Following is the prohibition ticket for
' claims were opened, and the Jewett and keep at least one secretary orcleik ambuscade among the rocks. When Republic have been completely defeated,
The Western Fire and Marine Insurance Com-
Benton county: For state senator, Pres
the public generally, that being unable to dispose oi his the south side of the river, was located. average from fifty to one hundred letters they hid reached open ground of suffi and have terminated their campaign.
ident G. M. Miller; for representatives,
The I .ondou com mereiai s«u rance (otubanv,
cient width they corraled the train without
Twenty-two aldermen are said to be Hon. Tolbert Cai ter, George S. Briggs
ot London, England.
The principal prospecting, however, was in their daily incoming and outgoing having fired a shot. The Indians came
General Merchandise business he has concluded to
implicated in the now notorious Broad and N. A. Thompson; for superinten
done on the headwaters of Jackson mails
This constant draft upon their time and ii|> within 75 yards of them on the upper way street railway steal in New York.
dent "f schools, Prof. W. E. Johnson;
creek, especially on the right hand fork.
bench. They had made a detour to go
The Holman ledge, on Shively gulch, strength gives senators little time of their in advance and head the train off, but it
It is asserted that the Atchison and f<>r county commissioners, W. T. Bryan
own. An efficient senator has all he can
and A. W. Wright.
litanìe Directory, Ashland.
held on its way so as to pass their place Sunset lines have secured a controlling
worked at that time, and the Davenpo't do in his committee work and on the of ambush before man}- of them reached i interest m the Pacific Mail Steamship
The San Francisco Chronicle prints re
claim, near by, revealed a rich pocket. floor of the senate, outside of his labor it Old Sconcliin came up and talked Company.
SISKltOXT CHAPTER, No. 21, R A. M.
from all sections of California of
and run the thing for all there is in it this Spring and Sum From the Johnson and Ehler claim fifty in departments and with correspondence.
crop pmajiects for 1886. Reports are
Regular convocation« on the Thursday next
with the whites at long range.—[Sunday
ounces of gold is said to have been taken
after the full moon.
mer. A full and complete line of
for newspapers died «f a bad liver last most gratifying and indications point to
W. H. ATKINSON. H. 1’.
in one day. The Bowden lead also read say seventy-five letters a day, not to
A. E. Hammond, See y.
week. W hat he most wanted was a pat an increased grain acreage. The out
yielded well, and was worked to a depth
look for wheat, fruits and vines has nev
ASHLAND I.0D1.E N" ft A. F. A A. M.
of eighty feet, the greatest achieved in them. Nearly all letters, too, require
before been more promising. If frost
It is noteworthy that most of the
any vein in Jackson county, excepting a
Stated communication on the Thursday of
not interfere, farmers and horticul
or before the full moon.
prospecting shaft iu the Gold Hill lead, mation about a pension, claim, or a docu Presidents of the United States were in health and is now able to drive out turists wdl have their warmest anticipa-
II. C. H ill , W. M.
reared on farms, or retired for active
which, I am told, penetrates to a depth
A. E. Hammond, Secretary.__________ ____
the department where the information or life to spend the evening of their days occasionally. About May first he will go Hons realized.
to Europe for four months, most of
ALPHA CHAPTER XO. 1. O. E. S.
Tacoma Ledger: The sale of hops
not necessary to say that this is not min matter is to be secured, and when an amid the quiet and retirement of rural which will be spent with Ins friend, Boyd
Stated meetings on 1st and 3d Tuesday iu
the past week has been so heavy
ing; it is only scratching. Another fine
Winchester, minister to Switzerland.
M rs . A nna C arter . W . M.
mine was found oil Carberry fork of initting it to the constituent. With the Jackson, and so down through the list, When Henri conies back he will bring that it is estimated that less than 100
Miss Anna Anderson. Secretary.
THESE GOODS AKE
Steamboat creek in 1860, The Fowler, ordinary senator there are three divisions Grant and Garfield, wers all at one time with him the finest assortment <>f poker bales remain on this aide of the moun
from which several men made their for of work requiring the attention of as or another cultivators of the soil, and chips and due bills ever hauled out of tains. The freight rate is fully 50 per
Ashland Lodge Ho. 15,
tunes. This claim produced more gold many men: one for department work, fond of farm life or blooded stock. The Europe by an American. He and Mr. cent less than before the recent cut.
bearing rock than the others, and its another to attend to the correspondence, American Agriculturist for 1886 begins a Winchester are both skillful devotees of Taking advantage of the present low
1. O. O. F..
tat iff, Isaac Pinkus has shipped alto-
yield was the greatest of all. The rock, and another (the senator) to do the wmk series of papers on these rural lives of the great game.
Hold regular meetings every Saturday even
net her since the reduction went into ef
ing at their hull iu Ashland. Brethren in good In Chicago, San Francisco and Portland, and I am consequently prepared to give worked by the arastra process, yielded as in committee and on the floor of the sen our Presidents. together with elegant
•landing are cordially iuvited to attend
fect, 4000 bales, most of which have
high as §2500 per ton—a yield far be ate, where he must be during the session. illustrations of their farm and surround
Death from Hydrophobia.
H. T. ¡slow. X. G
gone to New York. The average prices
J. D. Fountain, Secretary,
yond that of any milling vein elsewhere There is, too, a great deal of correspon ings and associations. These articles
A Baltimore, Md., dispatch of April have been two cents per pound for those
reported. The theory that this was dence and other work in the line of will be from the gifted pen of such brili-
PILOT RUCK EXt'AMPMEXT XO lit. 1 OO F
strictly a pocket vein, is disproved by the ' clerical duty which must be performed ant writers as James Parton. Donald G. 7th gives tlie following account of a sad of the 1884 season, while hops grown
Meets in odd Fellows's Hall every 2d anil 4th
amount of gold bearing rock, which | by the senator’s own hand. Many men Mitchell (Ike Marvel), Richard Henry c.ise of hydrophobia: Dr. Brinton H. ■ last year realized six cents. In about
.Monday in each month. Members in good
must have been several hundred tons, I do not want an answer from the hand of Stoddard, Charles Dudley Warner, John Warner, a youg Baltimore physician, on ten days Mr. Pinkus will be ready tc
«landing cordially invited to attend.
I an amanuensis, but an autograph letter. Burroughs, Lyman Abbott, and others last Christmas day s..w a street car run contract for this season's ho [is.
E. J. F arlow , C. P.
E. K. ANDERSON whereas true pocket veins are not found
The visitor to the galleries of the sen equally as celebrated in the literary over a little white dog. He picked the
Rohl. Taylar. Scribe.
The steamer State of California collid
and house of representatives will see world. The young men of our country bruised and bleeding animal up, when it
very rich rock, thia small deposit being
with the barkentine Portland when
HOPE REBECCA DEGREE LODGE XO. 14.
surrounded by a limited belt of rock, members sitting at their desks writing will be greatly interested in these articles, bit him severely on the right hand. He near San Francisco harbor about 4 o'clock
Meets on the 2d an<l 4th Tuesday in each
mouth in Odd Fellows's Hall. Ashland.
which gets poorer as it recedes from the constantly—day after day, a constant as they will show that rural life has had the dog killed and the wound cauter I <>n Wednesday morning of last week.
Mlts. M F. C asey . X. G.
pocket, until in a few feet it be work with the pen. Those of the house especial ch trrns for the greatest states ized. The doctor worried about it, and The starboard side of the steamer was
J. K. Helman, See'y.
MAXl FACTUKERS OF
comes entirely barren. 1 have prepared are members who have not the means or men of America. Daniel Webster was talked of going to Paris to see Pasteur, I cut to the water line, tearing an immense
this imperfect table of the gross yield of inclination to employ an amanuensis, or never so happy as when on his farm at but other physicians laughed at him.
Last Tuesday he remarked to his wife hole, and the entire bow of the barken
Ashland Lodge, A. O.U.W.
Jackson county quartz mines, mainly they have so many autograph letters to Marshfield, and his tine oxen wero the
that he felt queer, and later on in the day tine was torn away, but fortunately both
from oral evidence. It is doubtless very write they cannot attend to them out of delight of his leisure bouts.
Meets in lodge room in O<ld Fellow s Hall
vessels reached port in safety. This was
session hours. It used to lie that the
he fell on the floor in a spasm. When
every ria«r ami Tiui-.o Wednesday in each
in the case of the steamer
month. Present hour of meeting 7:0» r. m
senate only adjourned over Saturday
the spasm went off he told his wife and
All Brethren in good «landing are cordially
so as to keep the water
Fowler mine................................ S315,000 each week, that its members could get
Dr Arnold that he had hydrophobia,
invited lo attend.
and the barkentine, be-
J. W. ALNCTT, M. W.
up their work; but now the adjourn
and then he warned them against com
j ing loaded with lumber, was easily kept
A. L ans . Recorder.
Jewett mine................................. 40,000 ment is over Friday and Saturday, too, says: Barnum’s new elephant Alice, the ing too near him when in a spasm.
afloat. No lives were lost and the pas
' Blackwell mine............................ 10,000 I showing cumulative duties. The house, Consort of the late Jumbo, was fettered
On Friday morning he began a series
Ashland. W* C. T. XT.
; Davenport mine..........................
8.000 , that used very seldom to adjourn over at the “Zoo" today, preparatory to ship paroxysms, and Dr R. H. Goldsmith sengers s|>eak in the highest terms of the
ping her to America. A large force of and other physicians were summoned. coolness and discipline of the captain of
1 Holman mine ............................ 10,000 ' ■ Saturday, does now nearly every week.
The Ashland Woman's Christian Tem
workmen were occupied several hours in The suffering man [»anted m thirst, and <>f the steamer at the time of the disaster.
perance Union meets every l’uesday after
I moving her a hundred yards. Although begged for water, but when <a glass of it
Portland has always been a quack’s
noon at 3 o'clock in the Reading Room. All
One of the Di>>courte'»ies of the ¡Senate.
she has been kept several days w ithout was brought him he turned from it in paradise, where “physicians" of the sen
Johnson Elder mine................ No figs
interested in the work of the order are in
.Washington Letter in the Indeptivleul.]
vited to attend the meetings.
food, she offered such dangerous resist- horror. He would, however, allow his sational stripe c*>uld find dupes by the
Maury & Co..................................No fig’s
Mas. S cott , Pres.
ance that it was resolved to immerse her wife and doctors to wq»e his face and score. The latest one of this ilk to visit
♦ Swindell mine ............................. No tig’s
Mrs. G. F. Billings. Sec.
Cupps A Wood............................. No fig’s hear senators who speak well and who in a pond. The kee|>ers managed to get hands with wet sponges or a towel.
us is a fellow who styles himself Dr. A.
I have estimated that the total product i interest the galleries, but whose con her partly submerged, but tlie beast
On Saturday the most acute symptoms Geismardo, and who advertises as a “re
of the above claims, together with per I freres leave the chamber carelessly or <ln>ve them off by filling her trunk with of rabies were develoj>ed. During the in. wned electrician M. D. from Paris."
haps a dozen others less noted, has been who write letters while the speech is go water and squirting it upon them until paroxysms he not Id howl and bark like He is said tn be wanted in San Jose for
about 8750,000, of which all save a few ing on—to hear such a man say,- as I did they were nearly drowned and waded a dog. The paroxysms continued on ' various frauds; but, notwithstanding the
thoHsuid was taken out in 1860 and the a few days ago. “Bear with me while I back to terra firm a.
Sunday and Monday. The suflerer, in transparency ef hie pretences and the
She was finally confined in a massive his moments of consciousness, would pre | fact that some of the city papers thor-
two following years. There has been give you a few facts relating to this case.”
nothing of importance done on the He was one of the ablest of the younger box in which she will make the journey scribe remedies for lnmself, but all were j oughly ventilated him, he attracted
is only a part of beauty;
ledges since, until last winter, when senators, and he looked around with an t.> New York. But before she could be useless. About 5 o'clock this morning numerous patients. One of them nam
but it is a part Every lady
work was resumed on several of them air of asking pardon for troubling them. secured she had smashed several heavy he was seized with a terrible convulsion, ed Mrs. Emily Smith, has made com
a resting spell of twenty-five years Yet his speech was short, short of all timbers forming the frame work and during which the physicians and attend plaint against “the doctor” for criminal
may have it; at least, what
I must, however, except the Jewett unnecessary words, a powerful statement nearly demolished the front end of the ant could not hold him. It lasted about assault while undergoing treatment.
looks like it
Magnolia Plain and Fancy Uassimeres, Flannels, Hosiery, Etc. ledge, on which work was done in 1874 of facts cut down nearly to the bare structure in her furious efforts to escape. half an hour, when lie fell over dead.
He was arrested on Tuesday, indicted
or thereabouts, which resulted in devel bone, yet with enough of the meat of in The manager and employees of the “Zoo”
Dr. Warner was a son of Dr. J. E. on Wednesday (yesterday), and if found
Balm both freshens and i OVER and UNDERWEAR. - CLOTHING MADE to ORDER.
oping a large body of sulphuretted ores, terest left to retrieve it from the dullness R'-em to be dblii'hted tube relieved of the Warner, of Hartford county, Md., a guilty of the dastardly crime, it is heped
that he will be as speedily convicted.
requiring concentration and roasting. which attends mere arithmetical facts. presence of the vicious brute.
former snrgeen in the army.
Office aud Sales Rooms in Masonic Building,
In default of $3000 bonds, he is in the
There have been a few minor “finds" in The galleries listened, the senators did
W. H AlKlNbUN, Secretary and General Manager.
the interim, these being pockets which not.
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Cranberry sauce at H. & D.'s.
Geo. B. Currey,
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