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ASHLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY. APRIL 23, 1886.
MAN V FAC FIRING.
PROHIBITION STATE CONVENTION.
LATE KEEPING FRUITS.
CYCLONES AT THE EAST.
Of all descriptions uuue on short notice
Legal Blanks. Circulars, BtnuneM Cards
Billheads. Letterhead«. Poster«, etc., got
ten up in good style at living prices.
STATE AND COAST.
Terribly destructive storms occured in
The Prohibition state convention was
The House has passed the agricultural
Senator Dolph has made an effort to
the states of Msnnesota. Iowa and Wis appropriation bill.
held at Salem on the 14th, some seventy-
hate the national government purchase
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
five delegates being in attendance. A the Oregon pi ess of late as to the keep consin and a portion of Dakoti last week.
John H. Noyes, the founder of the the locks at Oregon City.
temporary organization was effected by mg of late winter fruits. Owing to the The greatest damage was done by a cyclone
Will attei’d to canes iu the courts of Oreson.
electing Prof G. M. Miller of Benton low fivights late apples were received via which demolished the villages of St. Oneida free love community, N. Y .
The Columbia river fishermen are on
render advice and prepare paper» in the set
a strike for GO and 70 cents per fish,
county chairman, and E. E. McKinney, San Fra ncisc<> from the Chicago market Cloud, Sauk Rapids and Rice's station, died on the 13th at Niagra Falls.
tlement of estates, make applications for
patents tinder the U. 8. mining laws, and
of Marion, secretary, which organization and Sold at Portland. Later a car load Minnesota, on Wednesday afternoon.
Two comets will be visable this inonlb while the canneries offer 50 and GO. A
may be consulted on all matters pertaining
the track of the storm a scene of utter in the northern heavens.
They are al good price.
to Government lands. School and H-amp
ing is the makeup of the ticket nomi Pacific. The point to all this is the im desolation and destruction is presented. ready in sight, and coming eastward at
lands, and claims against the U. S. for ser
Mrs. Mary A. Leonard has been ad
vices or losses
portant fact that Oregon apples are not Over a hundred people were killed in the rate of twenty miles a second.
mitted to practice law in the state of
For congress the names of Prof. G. M. veiy late keepers. The same varieties and near tho three villages mentioned.
Township plats on tile in the otfi. e.
The contest over the seating of Ro- Oregon by the supreme court, the first
Miller, of Benton, and Rev. J. W. will keep longer Eist of the Rockv The following particulars are taken from ineis of Ohio in the H**u»e of Represen woman ever so honored.
Webb, late pastor of the Christian church Mountains than this side of the Cascade the press dispatches:
J. T. Boviitch,
C. D. Osburn, of Eugene City, this
The cyclone began about 4 o’lock, in tatives whs decided last week in favor of
in Portland, and at present pastor of the range. We are asked why this should
Romeis. His contestant was Frank »late, graduated from the old Jefferson
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Christian church in Salem, were pro- j be so and there seem to he two very the basin of the Masonic ceinetry at St. Hurd, the eloquent fiee trader.
medical cllege in Philadelphia April 2d
posed. Mr. Webb declined, and Prof. I plausible reasons for the fact. One i* Cloud, forming a whirlwind about 1000
<t 'he head of a class of over two bun
that oar fall and winter seasons are so
Will practice it all courts of the State.
«SW> J-Xk TN
Good for Oregon.
Collections promptly made and remitted.
tKk<K»r. -r -soc**o«> ¡
fruit feels the effect and sooner decays
During the year ending April 15th,
I than East of the Rocky Mountains were turned over and carried along with property from Astor estate, and to build Marion county has paid (812, for bounty
For secretary of state J. E. Houston, where the cold is steady and fruit has to the wind. The cyclone moved slowly an exchange to cost not less than (2,- on wild animals. The list includes bear,
T. B. Sent,
Ashland, was nominated by acclama be kept in cellars or houses constructed along iu a north« .sternly direction, 500,000.
panther, wolf, and wildcat. Clackamas
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
wrecking the Catholic cliapel and sev
has paid out (1,058 for the same
For treasurer the following named withstand the severe winters. If good eral houses. In its course across the shown by the rrgistration at the late purpose since last Se|Aeinber,
(^Vill practice in all the courts of Oregon.
persons weie put in nomination, and suc house* w*re constructed here to keep prairie and adjoining towns it completely election, when ««nly 43,700 of the 81,-
Office in the court house.
Judge Deady has been invited to de
cessively declined: C<>1. John Lane, of the best of late winter fruit in a tem demoralized John Schwartz’s large brick 741 voters cm the lists were American
Dougins; Z. T. Wright, of Multnomah; perature that should be cool ar.d equable, house, and scattered fifty or more smaller I born. There were 14.556 German and liver the address at the commencement
»■xercise« at the State university, on
J. P. Frizell, of Polk; J. T. Matlock, of m>t responding to every change of the frame houses, like so many feathers. In » 11,988 Irish voters registered.
June 15th, when the new assembly room
CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR,
Marion; R. B. Hood, of Wasco; and J. atmosphere, apples would keep much most places nothing was left to mark the
The Secretary of War has announced hi Villatd hall will be used for the first
site of the dwellings but cellars, lhe
H. Lambert, of Clackamas. J. L. Wil more reliably than they now do.
Congressman Heimann tlist there re time. The Judge will accept the invita
Will attend promptly to any business iu the
liams, of Douglas, was finally Dominated.
Mr. Mark Levy infi ruts us that, the
line of land surveying, locating ditches, etc., •
ture and clothing. The freight depot of mains about 8700 to be expended on the tion and “christen” the new ball.
and everything pertaiuing to civil eugineer- '
rion, was nominated by acclamation. satisfaction is the yellow Newtown the Manitoba was a total wreck. Num Umpqua river below Scottsburg, anil
Ing Satisfaction guaranteed.
D. P. Thompson, of Portland, stated
Mr. Flood tried vainly to decline. He pippin. The greenings do not please erous cars loaded with freight were blow n that when that is expended a recommen in Washington that the Oregon Short
d^Office at the postoffice.
thought the place ought to be left vacant, epicures of the Pacific and the yellow half a mile, and rails were wrenched dation will be made for a further appro Line will soon survey a read through
to be filled with such a man as the state Newtown pippin has to do extensive from the track. It passed the limits of priation.
southeastern Oregon to the Willamette
J. S. Howard,
printers union should approve. A mo duty. At the East they have the Ben town just west of Lieut.-Gov. Gilman's
In the contest for chess champion valley and thence to Portland. He has
Notary Public and Conveyancer
tion to this effect made by Mr. Fined Davis apple, that is very excellent and a residence, killing several horses.
ship between Stcinitz and Zukertort, some connection with this company and
It crossed tho Mississippi at the Sauk Steinitz lost fnur suecessite games and says the road will soon be built.
was lost by an overwhelming vote. Later late keeper. Wo have never heard of
All kinds of real estate business given careful
in the afternoon Mr. Fined positively de this apple being successfully grown here Rapids wagon bridge, which it demolish was considered to be practicably cut of
attention, and information furnished con-
Three foreign b”nnd vessels crossed
clined, and J. R. Shepard, of Polk coun and the fruit growers should immedia’e- ed. It there widened to 6000 feet, and the contest. But Zukertort broke down
earning property in the new town.
ty, was nominated in his place. He too ly test it in every locality to determine leveled Stanton's grist mill. From there under the continued mental strain, and the bar yesterday: the Cheesborugh, with
a cargo of wheat, valued nt (52,181; the
wished to decline, but the convention its reliability as a bearing and late keep it swept through the center of the town, toward the last fell an easy victim
Dr. John S. Parson,
Henry Villard, with 83,148 bushels of
mg fruit. If it can thrive here as iu
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
worth (61,331, and the Amphi
For superintendent of public instruc New York State we must propagate and
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every important business building in inateiial for another hook consisting of trite, with 29,169 barrels of flour, valued
tion, Prof. W. D. Lyman, of Forest fruit it largely.
^0'Oifice for the present at Chitwood's
Grove, was nominated by acclamation.
In old times we used to make some town, except a wooden store. The the general's dispatches army order» and at 8111,286.—[ Astcrian, April 15.
The nomination for governor was last thing of the wine-sap, but of late years village is virtually wiped out, four-fifths letters. They will probably be arrnnged
Indications now are t! at the growth
by Col. Fred. Grant, who is reported as and development of the north Pacific
to be made, and was not accomplished it is said to have run out. The proba of the buildings being leveled.
Fatilities in St. Cloud, though great, saying they will make agreeable mattei coast will be greater this season than any
0. J. Sechrist, M. 5.,
Ever exhibited in Ashland. Following is a partial list of Clothing just without much backing and tilling. J. E. bility is that this variety has degenerated
Houston, previously nominated for sec because allowed to grow too thickly on are not equal in number to those in Sauk for those interested in army affairs.
one year in its past history. Many im
retary of state, was finally made the can the trees. Overbearing will damage the Rapids. In every house most all the in
Senator Dolph gave an elegant dinner migrants are arriving, most of them of a
didate, and Dr. Augustus 0. Kinney, of true and greatly injure the fruit. If the mates were more or less hurt.
Office for the present, at Dr. Kahler s drug
in Washington last Thursday even class able to help themselves, and will
From Sauk Rapids the storm struck
Astoria, was substituted for the sucre- young fruit is carefully trimmed, wine
$ 10.00 to $20.00,
25 Black Diagonal Suits,
ing. The following persons weie pres thus be a great addition to the financial
saps will grow large and be luscious to Rice's Station, Benton county, demolish ent: Chief-Justice Waite. Senator Ed wealth of the section.
20 Elegant Plaids, all the rage.
The nomination of Judge E. C. Bro the taste and will bear good crops every ing the village and killing or injuring munds, Justice Harlan, Justice Miller,
Dr. D. B. Bice,
The citizens of Brownsville wish to
20.00 to 25.OO.
naugh, of Portland, for district attorney year. Any tree will bear all it can rea nearly the entire population.
18 Wine color suits, cutaways,
Senator Morrill, Justice Woods, Senator divide Linn county by a line commenc
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
<>f the Fourth district, completed the sonably ripen aud give a flavor and char
15.00 to 20.00.
Hoar, Just ce Blatchfield,
»5 Handsome blue P-k,
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business of the day. There being n<> acter to, without any off years. Many Mayors of Minneapolis and bt. Paul and Evarts, Senator Conger, Seiiat*>r Ingalls, ing on the Willamette river at a point
w here the first section line touche« the
other district nominations, at half-past 5 other varieties suffer from over-bearing
Office at the t'ltv Drug Store; reside’ ce near
Senator Allison, Justice Gray, Justice river, north of Peoria, and running
the woolen factory.
Mathews, Justice Field.
30 Heavy Cassimere suits, from
t lienee east on said section liue to the
Special attention given to diseases of wo
Following is a full summary of the as to leave only what it can actually nurses were dispatched at once to the
east line of said county. At a recent
ripen of good size and flavor.
public meeting resolutions wete passed
100 Pair Cassimere pants, all styles, from - -
The pound pear is a fruit that is far provision were sent as soon as possible. ate in a few days resolution fixing a day to this effect.
Miss Alena Weber,
cating liquors is contrarv to the declara from being justly appreciated. We oc
3 Dozen pr spring-bottom Jeans, good quality, 2.00
Teacher of music at Ashland College, will give
It is unlawful to kill any species of
tion of independence and the spirit of the casionally take a lunch in Portland and ors of all the cities and large towns in Mliter, and will speak upon the dead
constitution adopted to secure liberty to relish greatly one of these maumioth the state asking that steps be taken at Senator's career as a legislator and r w ild ducks in Oregon at any time be
ourselves and posterity, we, tho prohibi pears when well baked. They are as once to secure money and things needed citizen of California. Hearst will follow tween the fifteenth of April and the first
PIANO, ORGAN and GUITAR
“ Overalls, from
tion party of Oregon, submit the following
To a limited number of pupils outside her
tender as a baked Bartlett and as good. and forward them as speedily as possible ill the same strain, and Logan and Se of September; prairie chickens and
platform of principles:
“ Over-shirts, from
well will review lhe dead Senator’s brilli grouse between the first day of March
Indeed they ate a genuine luxury, not to the destitute.
Residence at Mr. A. G. Rockfellow’sou Church
On the same afternoon a cyclone struck ant war record. Ingalls, Harrison and and the first day of August. It is also
opposition to any ooalition or compromise one in four that grow them take good
involving the slightest concession to the
the town of Coon Rapids, Iowa, and laid Vooihees are also expected to speak.
unlawful for any person to «ell or offur
liquor power, nnd a firm stand for state nnd care of them to keep them for winter— it in ruins, and oti Thursday a fearful
8. T. Bartlett,
A New York dispatch of the 15th says: for sale any such game within the time
national prohibition of the manufacture, or rather for late spring use. Oregon cyclone passed over Monroe township,
sale aud importation of intoxicating should ship East a hundred car loads of
Amelia Morosini, daughter of Jay mentioned. The ¡»enalty is a fine of not
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
pound pears every s;>rmg and they Nodaway county, Missouri, destroy G mid's old partner and a younger sister les« than 810 not more than 8200 for each
The second resolution declares it to be should bring a good ¡»rice. We must ing dwellings, bams and outhouses, and
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and every offense, and imprisonment in
the dutv of the next legislature to prohibit learn to take care of what we have and killing thousands of dollars' worth of of Mrs Victoria Schelling Hulskamp, the county jail not over 30 days.
Will furnish estimates aud take contracts for
the manufacture or sale of liquors in the
Buildings of all kinds
All at prices that cannot be beaten in Oregon. In
state by statutory law. nnd demands sub make the most of things we possess ami stock. Three ¡»ersons were killed, and She was walking on the grounds sur
Advices from the Colville mining re
A share of patronage solicited
mission of the pending constitutional grow things successfully. If orchard- many injured. Many of the wounded rounding her fat'ner’s residence at River gion «ay the presence of cunsideiable
Shop located just below the livery stable, I
amendment at a apecia’ election.
ist* will give their views expression m are not expected to live.
dale, N. Y., when she saw a dog coming water is delaying derations. However,
The third resolution approves the free out-columns they will do something to
toward her. She ran, but the animal prospecting is being carried on. High
A. L. Wills?,
Ail Ungrateful Man.
put sued her and overtook her. Her _'rade galena has been found in large
The fourth resolution demands for wom wards furthering lhe best interests in
the “right of entering a legal protest our region and Stale. Let u« have a
screams were heard by Policeman Fine- quantities in the Old Dominion. This
[Correspondí nt Philadelphia Record.J
I have received but few, but am having a tine line made up, which will be
BUILDER, i here in a short time, and will be sole! as low as a first-class article can be against a traffic’’ that is declared to be the free discussion l>y all means "f this fruit I met the other day an old friend of gait, who killed the d* g with a shot frum mine is just a year old, but it is one of
"foulest foe to themselves and their question and call out what each one
his revolver. Miss Momsini, however, the richest ever discovered. Strikes are
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knows of late keeping varieties. It is President Cleveland, who lives iu Oneida had already been bitten.
being made every day, and men gather
The fifth resolution demands strict con
Is prepared to give estimates, to furnish mate
county, near the little village that was
rial, and complete all kinds of buildings
struction nnd enforcement of the Chinese very important that this section should once the home of the Clevelands. This
in the streets and disease the merits of
restriction act, and that the government improve its opportunities and first we gentleman was complaining that Mr.
IN OK OUT OF TOWN
Piesident Cleveland is to be married. each new find. The rush to the mines
adopt such policy as will protect American i must know what our opportunities are.
on reasonable terras. All work warranted to
Gen. Rich, of Albany, N. Y., was shown still continues.
And money refunded iu all cases where goods are not entirely as repre lal»or against the ‘ severe tost of Chinese
(a I so Onieda county men), had ignored a dispatch the other day announcing that
competition.” But it is declared that the
SHOP—on Mechanic street, over Youle A Gil
“Uncle” George Hearst, the new sena
prohibition party is against all means con
Features of Washington Life.
Ins friends while Governor and absolute Cleveland was to marry Miss Folsom. tor from California, is the largest mine
roy's store-house and office
trary to law and good order for the removal
Many of the smaller instrumentalities ly refused to recgtiize them since he be He said: “The report of Piesident owner in America. Among the mines
of •'any nuisance, trouble or grievance.”
Cleveland's impending marriage is true; tn which he is interested are the Ontario,
The sixth resolution demands forfeiture <>f this city are in very good condition; came President.
“Charley McCune, proprietor of the though the lady is not Miss Folsom. the Homestake and the Anaconda, which
of all unearned land grants within the tho schools have been much improved
ATTORNEY 4 COUNSELLOR at LAW
since the war, and smne think that the i Búllalo Courier (since djpad), invented She is a friend of my wife. I prefer net give employment to nearly 3,000 men.
Cleveland as a candidate for Mi iyor and to mention her name, but she is a close
Odd Fellows Block, Ashland, Or.
MNLAU b J JAtKMM MUNTV.
preference lie given to ex-soldiers in engag public schools <>f Washington areas good Governor,” said he, “and in June, 1881, friend of Miss Folsom and is ill constant They are all dividend paying and have
been iiffmaged with the greatest skill.
ing men for public service, and that "no
discharged soldier of the Mexican or Union spectable district militia, well main he showed me the |>ainphlet he had got I correspondence with her. My wife has The Ontario, which is l< cated in Utah
Will practice in all courts of this state Office
in Odd Fellows’ building up stairs.
wars should be buried in a pauper’s grave.” tained. The fire department of the city up to boom Cleveland, and said he had received a letter from Miss Folsom, in will pay its one hundred and second div
The eighth resolution demands that such
arranged matters in such a way that his which she says this lady is to be married idend sex.n, making an aggregate for this
equitable adjustment of the tariff laws be is as good as can l>e found anywhere. defeat at tho State Convention was im to Cleveland quietly, at the White house,
mine alone of (6,100,000 in the way of
Agent for th« following named
made us will secure a sufficient public rev
possible. 1 sat in the Syracuse Conven in June.
not to foster monopoly and class legisla where in America, possibly excepting tion that year as a substitute to make
France has 5,000,000 thrifty agricul
The Liverpool and London and Globe.
Boston. “I see more varieties of car the speech placing another candidate for turists in absolute ovnership of their
The State Investment nud Insurance C ompany
riages here,” writes Gath in the Cincin Governor in nomination, and heard ex- email holdings, while we have only
Takes occasion to remark to his old friends and pations and money should be issued directly by the nati Enquirer, than m city on the globe, Congressinan Dan Lockwood make the 3.000.000. Ou the contrary, there are
The Western Fire and Marlue insurance Com
perhaps The patent p.vements of the speech nominating Cleveland, and a good 1,250.000 tenant farmers in “free Amer
in lhe Cabinet
Tenth—We are in favor of such laws be town allow carryalls, chariots, herdies,
The londou Com mercial ssuraneeCompany,
ing enacted as will give needed protection hansoms, bicycles, gigs, tandem, team» cold shoulder front Cleveland ever since. ica,’- or ni'no by a fourth than in Eng —A New Pane of Glass Put in One of
of Ixindon. England
land, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. Il Secretary Manning's Back Windows—
General Merchandise business he has concluded to
to our citizens against unjust oppression
and what not. The great old rolling Judge Brown of Oneida bolted from the linois is the chaiiq>i< n State of “land Wheie Wil) This Recklessness End!—
and discrimination by coiporate power.
rest of his delegation and seconded Cleve
The eleventh resolution expresses sym carriage called the landau is not as often
lordism”— with over 80,000 tenants— Anti- Administration Scolder, Postmas
pathy with the W. c. T. U., the I. O. G. T., seen as form-rly. Consider<ble private land's nomination. He has told me since and a recent thoughtful writer on the ter-General Vilas was seen getting his
Masoxxict Directory, Ashland.
and other temperance organizations.
equipage is in Washington. With all this that he h is leceived no thanks for it, and
Tho twelfth resolution expresses sympa show there is a fair demociatic conser and that Cleveland had refused every fa subject says “her laud law is made alto boots shined the other day. Is this the
gether for landlords and l>y landlords, stern economy which the new Adminis
thy with temperance efforts in the District
SISKIYOU CHAPTER, No. 21. R A M
vatism among the new Btrangers. I vor that he askod. Hubert O. Thotiq>son, without a single one of its thirty odd tration promised us in its inaugural? We
Kcgnlar convocation» on the Thursday next and run the thing for all there is in it this Spring and Sum
heard rather a pretty story not hm^ ago who engineered the nomination at Chi
after the full moon.
As to the past political affiliations of of a Major-General of the British army cago in spite of the protests of a majority clauses that can be construed as other pau»e for a reply — Hepublican I'auser.
W. IT A tkinsom , H. P.
mer. A full and complete line of
the candidates, Prof. M'Uer, the nomi who came here on a visit from India, of tho New York delegation, has experi than a device to secure that the tenant The spectacle of a Secretary of State,
A. E. Hammond. Sec y.
nee for Ctiiigieas, formerly voted the Re and a prominent man, who was not in enced a similar fate. Only Manning shall bleed to the full nomination of his pledged to the strictest economy in the
ASHLAND LODGE NO. 23, A. F. Jk A. M.
publican ticket; Mr. Houston was a politics, to whom the stranger brought a h is survived, and he went in for Erast us bond." Moreover, “things are going administration of his office, revelling in
Stated communication on the Thursday of
Democrat; Mr. Williams, of Roseburg, letter, put him iu his tine carriage and Corning for Governor in 1881, though he the same way in Ohio, Indiana, Michi buckwheat cakes at breakfast, while mil
or before the full moon.
lions of starving workmen are crying for
for Treasurer, has been a Re took him everywhere. The Englishman came in on Cleveland's side at Chicago. gan, Kansas and Missouri.”
H. C. H ill . W M.
bread, is appalling.— Anti-Administrator
publican till recently; Mr. Blackburn, of said one day: “I see that some of these Lock wood and his friends felt bitterly to
V E. llarumond. Secretary.______________
Screamer. And we tell Mr. Whitney
Ài pha chapter no 1, o e . s .
carriages have drivers in livery suits,
that Ins wasteful practice of sit
while yours has not?”
.itateli meeting» Ou l»t and 34 Tuesday in
Kinney, nominee for secretary of state,
Hon. Ashael Bush, of Salem, is spoken ting up mid burning gas after 9 o'clock,
“ ‘No, sir,' said the man, “I never put Apgar had the I’residental ear, and there
M r ». ANNA C arter . W. M.
is the well-known salmon canner of As my driver in livery, because I have a lit was no help for it. McCune, Lock wood of as a strong candidate for the Demo under the pretense of attending to pub
Mis» Anna Aftdersou. Secretary.__________
toria, and until very recently has been a tle superstition about it. I >nn a specu and Brown were always bowed politely cratic nomination for Governor. The lic business, will not be much longer en
THESE GOODS ARE
Democrat; Mr. Shepard, candidate for lator and have my ups and downs, and it out of the Gubernatorial presence."
contest will undoubtedly be between hitn dured by a patient and long suffering
AshlanA Loi^e No. 45, i
l>eople. — Itr/nibbcaii Pop-Gun. The Pul>
state printer, is a practical printer, and occurred to me that some day or other I
and Sylvester Pennoyer.
Money Wasted—Ostentatious Display
I. O. O. F..
might die po<>r and that my son might
A Short Term in Congress.
under the Guise of Charity—WASHING
ing in Polk county.
Hold regular meetings every Saturday even
[Correspondence Chicago Tribune. J
ing at their hall iu Ashland. Brethren in good
nomination, although the tide has set TON, D. C., March 14th—At church yes
I think I would not like to see him in
In Chicago, Sin Fiancisco and Portland, and’l am cunsequontly prepared to give
»landing are Cordially invited to attend.
terday Secretary Lamar put in a trade-
about Gen. A. Sheridan, of I Moody-ward in the past week.
H. r I mow . N G
Rules for Final Proof.
in the contribution-box for the
J. D. Fouutain. secretary.
“The Englishman, it is said, took his
Tho following circular has been «ent acquaintance warmly by the hand ami Gotham. Gov. Foster told one that I Col. J. C. Fullerton, of Roseburg, for heathen. — llrpuldican Snooper. Let us
PILOT Rm K ENCAMPMENT NO 1«. 11)0 F
from the general land office to all the 1 io- said that he hail been looking in America quite took the cake. Sheridan ran for many years the leader of the Southern hear no more of tins cant about Jeffer
Oiegim Republicans, is strongly urged sonian simplicity. This morning Presi
Meet« iu Odd Fellow«'» IIall every 2d and 1th
cal U. S. land offices,
ever since he had landed in San Francis congress during the closing days of his for State Treasurer.
Monday ill em h mouth. Members iu good
Hermann would dent Cleveland was measured for a new
W ashington , D. C., March 30, 1866.
■tanding cordiallv invited to ntieud.
co for an American, but up t<> that time career in Louisanna. He was counted hav* to be sacrificed for Congress. Ful
E. J. F xkluw , C V. .
pair ef shoes by McManus, the shoe
To Registers and Receivers,
he had seen nothing but Englishmen in
lerton is very popular wherever known. maker. And yet this is the limn who,
H<.oi. Tayln. berth*.
L. B. Ison, of Baker City, is in the ! only one short year ago, said: “Public
Mi’l l Hi in | < \ DEGREE LODGE No. 14. j JAMES
Gentlemen:— Hereafter the following
to Washington relying on a republican
rules will be observed in making final
house to give him his seat. It was dur lead mt th« Democratic side for the Con office is a public trust.”— llepublican
Meet» on the 3d and lib Tuesday in each
month iu Odd Fellows » Hall. Ashland.
The Shah's Son.
proof in pre-emption and commuted
ing the temporizing period of republican gressional nomination.
Maa. M. F i ’ asev . N. G.
J K. Helman. Sec’y.
Oregon Game Laws.
1. The entile final proof, including the
tion was handled with gloves, and it was Strahan, of Albany, are mentioned in
Enrope is to leceivc the visit of an not until the midnight adjournment that connection with the nomination for Su
final affidavit of the claimant, his testi
The following is a summary of the
Eastern guest, who will provoke, if lie
I mony, and the testimony of his wit
a vote was reached on bherian’s case. preme Judge on the Democratic ticket. State game law: The season for shoot-
Headquarters Burnside Post, G. A. R,
nesses, shall be taken before tho officer
He was voted in, which gave him two
The Prohibition state ticket is admit- wild swan, mallard, wood ducks,widgeon,
DEPARTMENT OF OREGON.
designated in the published notice of in cub is n<>t tlm lion, but lions' cubs are years' salary. The papers were certified edly a strong one, and the various esti «prigtail, canvasback and other duck«,
Ail member« of the G. A. R. in good
I tention to make final proof, ami at tho studied with keener interest than full- s<> that he took his scat about six hours mates from the opposition place its
«lauding are cordially invited to visit Burn-
end« May 1st, and begin« Sept. 1st.
grown dogs. The Shah'« heir apparent
time therein named.
before adjournment. This is probably strength at from 3,000 to 8,000. Me The season for trout fishing begins April
aide Po-t. which meets in the Masonic hall.
Ashland. every 2d and 4th Wednesday in
2. Such final proof shall be taken only
the shortest term any man ever served in confidently claim at least 10,000.
1st and end« October 30th. As to deer,
each m .nth.
J. M. M c C all ,
before the following officers: The regia to be improved, as his father's was a few ! congress. Some years afterward Sheri
C. YV. Fulton, of Astoria, is to be giv buck« may be killed from July 1st to
years <,go, by a little visit t<> European
, ter or receiver of the proper land dis
dan was walking up Broadway with Gov- en the nMwiiration for Congress by the October 30th, and does fiorn August 1st
capita.». He is to make a sort of circu I
I trict, or the clerk of ¡he uumity court, or lar tour, of which our own city will be Foster. both having happened here at Republicans, when Hermann is slaugh to December 31st. E*k must not be
Ashland. LocLge, A. O.V.W.
, of any court of record, of the county
the same time, when Alexander Mitchell, tered in the interest of Fullerton for killed from January 1 t to August 1st.
the farthest jioint from his father's pal
Meet» in lodge room in 0*1*1 Fellow » Hnl
: . and State or district and Territory, in ace at home. At present he is at Con of Milwaukee, passed hy and bowed. Treasuter.
A« to when the law cett’M to protect
every FIR»T and iillRI’ Wednesday i:i «adì
mouth. Present hour of lueetiug 7:0) r >t.
which the laud is situated, or before
“NV h<> is that man!” asked Sheridan of
pheasant«, it must l»e renietn-
All B-eihreii in g.HHi »landing ar. crdiallx
time was extended at the
invited to attend.
' case the land is situated, or before such short. After al), the Turkish city is al [ upon Sheridan rejoined. “O, Hades, ; James Watson, of Portland, left here late «¡x-cial session of the legislature,
.1 vt. A im rr, M. u .
A I iva.
. clerk in s>>nie adjacent county, in case istics. When the young Prince gets to • yes; I served in congress with him.”
I a few days ng”, b”Und for Yaqilin* bay, which passed an act providing that “for
the land lies in an unorganized county. Vienna he will know he is in Eutope,
where lie is engaged in experimenting the during six years from the ¡»asaage
Ashlani W- C. T. U.
3. Cases wherein n< tice of intention and after Vienna comes Paris, and after
It Cured Him.
the g"ld bearing black sand of that thereof it shall be unlawful to injnro,
to ui'iko final proof shall hare been given
. Iudmnnpollk Sentinel.|
coast. He is operating with a machine kill, take, expose or offer for sale, or
Paris nut- own less attractive capital.
|he Ashland VV.imi.n'i» Christian lem-
under the former practice, prior to the From Ultima Thule the homeward jour
^etalMM Luton uteri» evary lutsdny after-
A few days ago George Shelton, living I recently patented, in which he owns a have ¡A>ssession except for breeding pur-
promulgation of this circular, shall be ney will commence. Berlin will be vis
iioMl al3«»’clock tn the Beading Room. All
of this city, near Dover, put a bar half interest. Mr. Wats-m claims tha» |Hises, any Mongolian |>hesant, green
in no manner affected by the regulations ited, and the Emperor of Russia will do
interested in the work of the order are in
of lead in a quart of water, then boiled 80 per cent of the gold can be saved Japanese, copper, Tragopan, silver or
vited t<> attend the meetings.
herein contained. Wy. A. J. S pakks ,
and that the capacity i f the machine is golden phesants.” The penalty is a
Mas. Kcorr. l“res.
Commissioner. 1 cold will La.e abated and the climate it until the water was reduced to «»ne twenty tons per day. If his anticipa tine of not less than $50 nor more than a
pint, which he drank as a cure for boils,
Mrs. G. F. Billing*. See'.
H. L. Mi Lt'Row, Acting Sec'y.
have become almost tolerable to a Per- with which he was affiicted. Ho w;is tions are realized we may l>«<k for big 8100, or h> serve out fine in jail at tho
si.tn. Since the Shah paid hi« memor- taken sick immediately, and despite all mining rep-Tts from there soon. Many rate of 82 per day.
1 pH. K elloggs W orm T ea is entirely able visit the commercial value of dia- efforts <>f the attending physician, died, machine* have been invented for separat
John H. Yates, of Batavia, N. Y., says:
The firm of High. Taylor 4 company will Plain and fancy Uassinieies, rluimeis, Hosiery, Etc I free from all Mercurial properties, can be niotids has considerably abated. The after lingering a few days in great ¡rain. ing the fine gold from the black sand
which abounds on the Oregon aea coast
dissolve partnership by mutual eonsent April
"I cheerfully commend
[ given to the weakest constitution with famous aigrette is not the treasure it
1st High A Taylor will continue the busii »•
Vour Aromatic Wine
out danger, is palatable and easily ad used to be. Such as it is, however, it
Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for and a f* rtune is undoubtedly quietly
..t the ohi stand. Burri» A Ixmg retiring
It did new life and vigor send
OVER and UNDERWEAR. - CLOTHING MADE to ORDER.
Those- knowing themselves indebted to n»
ministered to children, u mild in opera remain« in the P. rsian palace. The Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness i awaiting the man who first invents a suc
Through this weak frame of mine.
will come forward and settle. Those huvintr
tion, and never fails to effect a cure. young Prince may be an object of inter and all other symptoms of Dyspepsia. cessful method of separating the minute
It did for alt mv stomach ills
Office and Sales Rooms in Masonic Building,
Gill* tKMinst the above firm will please pn
Pricu 25 cents. Sold by Chitwood A est, but if he is, the interest will be in Price 10 and 75 cent« ¡»er bottle.
More than the doctor and his pills.”
For l>ai tides of gold from the sand.—(Tele
H igh , T avìjjk A C o ,
W. H ATKINSON, Necretary and General M»a»g»r.
For sale at tbc City chug store.
Ashland. Or.. Marwh 25.
sale by J. H. Chitwood & Son.
him and not in his jewels.
Geo. 2. CTirroy,
HERE AT LAST!
My long looked-for stock of Men and Boys’
SPRING AND SUMMER
As usual, every dollar’s worth of this stock
was bought for spot cash, and all bills
heavily discounted, thus enabling me to
STRICTLY FOR CASH,
One of the Largest and Finest assortments
of Custom and Tailor made
Clothing, Men’s Furnishing Goods,
HATS, CAPS, Etc.,
Men's Socks, Suspenders, Silk Handkerchiefs, Neck-wear, Gloves,
Woolen and Cotton Underwear, Hats, Caps, Etc.,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Orders by Mail promptly attended to,
O. H. BLOUNT,
J. M. M’CALL
Ladies’ Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Gent’s Furnishing Goods.
Groceries, Crockery, Etc., Etc.
BOUGHT FOR CASH,
ASHLAND WOOLEN MILLS.
WHITE and COLORED BLANKETS,