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¡8. F. Chronicle.,
THE HOTEL ROLL.
When at Portland recently we had a
L inkvillk , Or., April 10, 1886.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
For something like fifty years the
Guests at remote American hotels,
’ lEstellino ;I)ak.) Bell.1,
conversation with Dr. J. R. Cardwell,
E ditor S txtesman : Remembering my movement for the organization of labor
As some little misunderstanding seems president of the Fruit Growers Associa promise, I uow write you. I crossed the in order to advauce its interests in their conducted on the Y'our'e-a-payin' plan,
have no doubt notie«*d, after a few weeks
Will attend to eases In the courts of Oregon,
to exist concerning the .*>ze of a puli' this tion, who showed us the following list mountains Hom AshiaU'l to this place relation to those of capital has been in at th«t house, a heavy feeling in the pit
render sdviec and prepare pap« r* in the set
tlement of estates, make applications for
pa;«er will give in return for favors real
about three weeks ago, with a buggy ami progress. It has often o’erlaped itself. of his stomach. At first this is mistaken
patents ntider the V. s. mining laws, and
or supposed, we take this opportunity to naming wl*t lie considers the best va horse, and in company with the old pio It has been diverted from its trim path for mental gloom, but this is an errone
may be eonsnlted on all matters pertaining
publish the following rates, which take rieties of nil fruits. We obtained the neer Lindsay Applegate, now of Ash way by weak-headed or evilly disposed ous diagnosis. It is a gastric glo«im. It
to Government land.*. School and s- amp
privilege of publishing it, as it carries land, who crossed the plains in 1843, and
land*, an«» claims against the I . ■». for *vr-
from this dale.
vice, or lo.se*.
leaders. It has become involved with is induced by the great hand to hand
For one watermelon handed in at the out Mr. Porter’s wish to present the built the first log cabin in Polk county. socialistic and radical politics. But in conflict between the bomb-proof biscuit
office we will say: “Mr. Gardentruck, matter to the c«<nsiderati<>n of orchard- He will soon be an octogenarian. The vindication of the moral maxim that of the hotel and eternal justice.
Township plats on tile in the office.
our esteemed fellow-townsman, present ists and nurserymen and fruit growers road we no«' travel from Rogue river principle will finally, through <uany be
Eternal justice comes out on top, per
ed us last Wednesday afternoon with a generally, to call out their views on the valley to the Klamath basin is the same, setting difficulties, work out its own de hap«, but she is in a poor shape to tackle
J. T. Bowditch,
large lusci« us watermelon of the Ply
Mr. A. iiiforiued us, as viewed out by the
We differ slightly from his choice of “south road party” in 1846; of which monstration, the movement has survived the next one. Those wads of gun cot
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
mouth Rock variety on which the prin
its errors, and its reaction from them has ton, plastor-paris, and alum are met with
ters feasted. May he live long and pros some varieties, or perhaps he was not as party of fifteen men he was one. They even made it stronger, because they have at the hotel where the crape is never ta
per.” In case the melon proves” to be full as lie could have been in awarding were the first white men to cross the become monuments of danger and be ken off the door. Death and baking-
W ill practice ir all courts of the State.
We have just received, direct from Yokohama, Japan,
green, this will be the form: “Farmer the qualities of each. His views are ex i mountains by this route, and were six cause the triumphant proof of its vitality powder biscuits are synonomous terms.
Collections promptly made and reinitled.
Gardenti uck laid a good sized melon on pressed so briefly that he has hardly days hunting it out from Rogue river is a source of that contidanee which is The old-fashioned poet used to picture
an invoice of Pure Uncolored and Breakfast Teas, which
our table one day this week. Thanks." done himself justice, a .fault so uncom valley to the Klamath river, a distance of the most valuable auxiliary of courage. death in the act of mowing down his mil
A small lot of new potatoes will call mon that we have no wish to criticise it. thirty-three miles. They followed at The efficacy of co-operative effort by the lions with a scythe and wanpy-jawed
T. B. Heat,
we are offering to the Public at the Lowest Living rates.
Eally apples.—Red June, Early Har times an Indian foot-path. The old Cal
the following: “Uncle Abner Stub
Attorney and Counsellor at Luw.
vest, Red Astrach.n, Tetofsky, Sweet ifornia trail ran south from Rogue river, laboring masses will keep peace with snath, but now the bard could not bo
their enlightenment. Universal educa more vigorous in his language than te
Ask for PURITY TEA, and take no other.
go to ptess with a most luscious looking June, G ildqji Sweet. Of these six varie crossing tiie Siskiyou mountain ridge by tion is really their brightest hope. Of say:
ill practice in ail the courte ■•! Oregon.
the way of Pilot rock. The road party course there is a long advance to be made
Office in the court house.
Death shied a hotel biscuit at him,
ily expect to revel in the fruit during the sert. The next three are excellent for left this trail about seven miles south of before the moral power of numbers will
And he slept!
coining week. He informs us that the cooking and also for drying for home «here Ashland now is, and struck out be wielded in the wisest manner, as op
These macadamized rolls are made now
bugs are doing great damage to the vines
due east; finding and passing the S<s)a posed to the passive or inert strength of with a flap on the top, ] notice, similar
CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR.
of many of his neighbors. Uncle you They are all popular in our home markets Springs; but it happened an hour or so wealth; but the recent history of a con to the flap on an oldfashioned pocket
struck the printers in the right spot, may and tho Astrakhan is a favorite fir ship before the road party left the California flict between these two principal social book. The hunting-case biscuit is found
Will attend promptly to any buste«»* in the
yonr shadow never grow lea*!”
trail a party of mountain men, trappers,
linoni land surveyius. locating ditches. etc.,
Fall apples.--Gravensteiu, Fall Pip traders, and a few Columbia Indians, elements shown that the tangible fruits to be superior to the old style, which
and everything pertaining to civil engineer
of the marshaling and able direction of could be opened with a nail. The pres
the formula: “The sanctum of the Bell pin, Waxen, Blue Pearman, King, well mounted and armed to the teeth, I labor are far more considerable than they ent hotel roll—that is, the one we have
ing. Satisfaction guaranteed.
was invaded iast Tuesday by the genial Rambo, Fall Beauty, Pennsylvania Seek had passed up the trail in the direction j ever «ere before. During the month of in our midst—is made of condemned
at the pOktoffic,
presence of Toni Liverpills, the liana- no Farther, Holland, Pippin, Gloria of Pilot rock, and as the road party was March, according to a collated statement flour that has been refused on Indian res
smne young proprietor of the Red Front Mundi, Yellow Belleflower, Faniense, passing along a ridge about a mile and a recently published, three hundred and ervations and turned over to the war de
J. S. Howard,
Pionear drug store, who placed on tap a Peck’s Pleasant, Black Detroit, Golden half from where it had turned east, the ten strikers took place in the United i partment.
This flour, with amalgam
Notary Public and Conv.eyancer
box <>f choice Havanas. Here’s to Russet, Chilicothe Sweet. These are all men then heard the Indian war-whoop
Would annonm-e to the public that he lias purchased the Marsh planing mill
States, and over 89 per cent of them were . filling, and fire-proof works, makes a roll
you, Tom! Our many readers will re
go up loud and shrill, seconded by the , successful. Fifty strikes were settled by which will resist the action of acids or
and sash and door factory on
\li kinds of real estate business given careful
member that he has just got in a full ensteine, King and Black Detroit are report» of many guns, only a few miles arbitration.
the grand jury.
attention, ami Information furnished con
new line of paints, oils, axle grease, con the finest for shipping. Al), excepting away. The battle of Pilot rock had be
cerning property in the new town.
One hotel man in a western state
dition powders, perfumery, putty ami the Golden Russet and Chilicothe Sweet, gun. The road hunters, however, appre present the subject in the fullest light of showed tue three sets of false teeth that
other drugs and toilet articles.”
ciating the favorable turn of affairs, halt truth. The question will be asked and he had caught with the same biscuit in
Dr. John S. Parson,
Green corn will produce 'he following Of course the Waxen is counted the ed but a few minutes to listen to the ■
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
it must be answered: “What was the six weeks while the legislature was in
editorial etlect: “Ye scribe’s family has finest of the lot for cooking.
Conflict, but they heard distinctly while cost of these strikes?” According to the session. He said that one man came out
Will keep on hand a good stock of
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Winter apples—Y. N. Pippin, Esopus they tarried, "the savage war-whoop
been enjoying another luxury for the last
statistics, it is something like §2,000,000, of the dining room with a case-knife in
Office for the present at Chitwood s
four days, Mrs. Deacon Chuichdebt hav Spitzenberg, Northern Spy, R. 1. Green burst forth, and almost at the same mo equally divided between the capitalists one hand and his inouth in the other.
ing presented cur wife with a good dozen ing, White Belleflower, Red Canada, ment a heavy volley ending in a perfect
He seemed excited and tried to talk, but
of roasting ears. Such favors as this Grimes Golden Pippin, Baldwin. Kay, roar." All the sign of the deadly strife and the laborers. As there were 100,- could not make himself anderstood. Ho
are fully appreciated by yours truly, as Roxbury Russet, Monmouth Pippin, they could see was a thin cloud of blue average loss was about §10 each. Al ¡laid his bill and went away. Pretty
C. J Sochrist, M. D.,
well as by his Wife ami family. May Green Sweet, L idy Apple. These win smoke hanging along the side of the though the capitalists might be better soon a waiter brought in one of those lay
Will furnish lniulwr of all kinds, either rough oi dressed, in quantities to Miit
Mrs. C. meet her reward is uur earnest ter varieties also, are all popular in our mountain, between their position ami Pi I
home markets and ought all, when in lot rock, but as they continued their able materially to support his loss than figures on the bill-of-fare as rolls, and in
Office for ttv« present, st Dr Kahler - drug
the laborer, if the proportion of wealth it they found a set of almost new teeth.
A boqnet «ill be acknowledged like good condition, pay to ship, but the Y. journey foi several miles, tiny heard oc possessed by each be «>nly regarded, yet
A hotel man’s life is not wholly desti
this: “Yesterilay afternoon, as the pen
casionally the yells of the Indians and morally the latter has doubtless the tute of joy and sunlight, aftet all.
Following are cash paice«* for work: Planing. $ i per M.: Planing and matching,
cil pusher was busy with an unexpected Winesap, Grimes Golden Pippin and the reports of the rifles.
Hotel rolls, when properly fired, make
average, its it is easier for a pauper to ob
Dr. D. B. Bice.
sl.50 per M.; Moulding,
cent per inch, per ft.
rush of job work w <i should come in Lady Apple seem to b*i preferred, All
The old mountain man Turner was one tain §10 «han it is for a capitalist to re a tine appearance as an ornamental cor
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ashland, Oregon, April 16, 1886.
110-44. but Miss Birdie Pistolpractiee, the charm these winter varieties, excepting the of the seventy-five men engaged in this
ner <<n an iron fence. They have won
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ing daughter of our worthy fellow-citi ! Mo nni'iuth Pippin, Green Sweet and fight. He said they expected an attack gain a Jost fortune. It is this fact which derful powers of endurance also. People
Office at the < ity Dn»f store: residence near
zen, Col. Pistolpractiee. She presented Lady Apples, are tine for cooking, and where it was made, and so were ready
have died suddenly from eating the hotel
the woflten factory.
ns with a beautiful boquet of wild flow they are the best of all our apples for for the red devils when they announced courage. He has little to loose and a I roll, have, in several instances, been cre
Spec I al attention given to diseases of wo
ers which she had plucked with her own drying, for, besides being of excellei.t themselves.
whether he win or not, a great loss is in mated. M hen the ashes were carefully
fair hands. Among the varieties we tv>- tiiv.ir. they diy heavier than the earlier
The attack was made by three or four evitable unless the revolt of labor be examined the roll was found tn be intact.
ticed firewood, dandelion, buckwheat,
hundred warriors, their faces glim with
1 do not say that the right of way
Miss Alena Weber,
Peais.—Bartlet, Fall Butter, Seckle. warpaint black and red—they came forth quickly suppressed. The wheels of manu
red-top, tansy and sunflowers. It shall
perdition is not paved with good
Teacher of musie in A*hluuil College, will give
remain many days to beautify <«ur sanc Benrre d'Aujou, Winter Nellis, B«uire boldly fioni the shelter of rocks and
intentions, but I believe that many of
Takes occasion to remark to his old friends and patrons and tum. Our wife is also pleased with it.” Easter, Ductless de B udeaux. Everj* l>usli, yelping and whooping like fiends ed with impunity.
While strikers that are undertaken w ith our leading citizens will be disappointed
PIANO, ORGAN and GUITAR
The giver of a spa*e rib may expect one of these varieties is good for every and shooting arrows with great rapidity,
justifiable grievance endanger capital when they get there to find the hotel roll
To a limit 'd number of pupils oul»i<le her
this: “Onr genial and justly popular
but too high to harm the whitemen. who as a rule more than they do labor, the on all the principal streets, placidly re
neighbor, Maj. Porcine having frequent The Bartlet is the first good pear i<> now with steady nerves returned the
Hesialencc at Mr. A. G. Rnckfellon souC'hnrch
sisting the wear and tear of centuries, as
General Merchandise business he has concluded to
ly noticed the hungry look on the prin ripen, and, coming when people are salute with a volley from fifty guns, which self injury on both sides which results «ell as the disastrous effects of the low,
ter’s face, took occasion early the other hungry for pears, is the most popular in caused many braves to bite the dust, and
hot, malarious climate.
morning to leave a mammoth «pare rib our markets, and also for shipping. The sent the remainder back to shelter. This plorable. Arbitration, as has been fully
S. T. Bartlett,
If we could see the sad effects of the
at our humble abode, taken from one of Beurre d Anjou also is a favorite for war party must have been under the in
roll in its ghastly career along the ali
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
Ins famous drove of southdown porkers.
fluence of a "strong medicine,” for the
always be susceptible of conflicting in mentary canal, evading the cuspids, bi
We and our family have accordingly the best of all our pears.
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attack was repeated in less than a half
Not only millions, but cuspids and molars, insulting the sub
been feasting on fresh meat. By the
hour, with unabated bravery, but being terpretations.
Will furnish estimate»an«l take routract- for
s[>ared from waste by maxillary, sub-lingual, and parotid sali
Buildings of all kinds.
way, we understand that the Major will ington, Jefferson, Reine Claude, Yellow repulsed with a second volley more fatal
working men desire it, vary glands, wiping its overshoes on the
mer. A full and complete line of
A share of patronage solicited.
accept the nomination for the legislature
in its effects than the first, the battle was
see how capital can tinnd little epiglottis, tobogganing down
ties are good in our home markets, and
Shop located . «:•»•'
ike I:* rg stable. I
: if it is tendered him. He is the man for Coe's Golden Drop is excellent for ship finally over, tho'Jgh the Indians fo)lo«'ed very well decline to accept a remedy the o-sopbagus, and landing, with a dull
several miles shooting arrows from a dis
and sickening thud against the walls cf
A turkey will inspire this: "While ping. The Yellow Egg, also, ought to tance and occasionally drawing the fire which is grounded upon the simplest the true stomach, we would hesitate
A. L. Willey,
sitting in our sanctum sanctorum about pay well to ship. Coe's Golden Drop, of the white nfen. Strange to tell, one principle of equity—irnjiartiality. The about tampering with it.
11 o’clock Thursday morning reclining Reine Claude. Yellow Egg, Washington white man was severely, and some horses manner of applying it is, of course, an
If we could lay aside our work for an
our head tn our hands, we were greatly and Jefferson are good for canning. They slightly wounded with arrows, and that important point for secondary considera hour or two, and pass into the presence
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surprised as well as pleased at having are all good for drying, but Coe’s Golden was all. Those Indians had no guns for
of old Mr. Gastric, what would we see?
Is prepared to give estimates, to furnish male
Cui. McT migh walk in with a mysterious Drop, Reine Claude and Columbia are ty years ago.
A man about medium height with a
rial, mid complete all kinds of buildings
Ex-Members who Visit Washington.
air and a bundle under his arm. Wo much the best for that purpose.
This severe rebuke of those Indians,
on Ol'T or TOWN
sinister expression, a little soured by
had just finished writing our leader found
secured the little party of road hunters.
THESE GOODS ARB;
ou reasonable terms. All work warranted to
¡Washington Cor. Boston Traveler. 1
overwork and anxiety. Ho has just re
on the first page entitled “True Tariff highest flavored of all our prunes and is The war cry died upon the lips of the
i 1 duced to pulp a small wad of cake made
sROI*—on Mechanic street, over Youle A Gil
Reform as Compared with Tariff Jug
young braves. They clasped the little
by a bride, and entirely exhausted, ho
roy's store house anti office.
glery,’ and felt considerable fatigue, but equally good for drying, and it and the brown hands of the dusky maidens in visit the House or the Senate to renew I sinks down near the storm door, at the
it was immediately dispelled when the
their own, and made the nights hideous
Peaches.—Amsden, Alexander, Early with the “death song,” for their war and beyond the fact that both ar* identi foot of the Via (Esophagus, for rest.
in Chicago, San Francisco and Portland, and I am consequently prepared to give handsome colonel disclosed a large fat
This is old man Gastric, the man who
turkey in the bundle, which he assured York, Golden Cling, Lemon Cling, Early chief, Kink i-coony, “scalp-catcher,” fied with the Republican party, this is never flinched when pie and trouser but
ATTORNEY i COUNSELLOR at LAW
us was for our Thanksgiving dinner. To Crawford, Beers Smock, Silway. All caught a rifle ball in his mouth!
tons have been bestowed up«>n him. But
say that we were pleased but faintly ex these are good in our home markets, I
Pilot Rock may be seen fifty miles have in common. Ben Butler, on the now why doe« he quail? Why does he
ASHLAND, JACXSON COUNTY, ORECON.
presses the emotion which surged through and the last five on the list, are good for away, as you pass up Rogue river valley
shudder? He is not paid extra for shud
our breast. We immediately called onr shipping and for canning, and the last from the north, standing up against the floors on both house's. Butler is a man dering.
Will practice in all court* <«( this slate. Office
in Odd Fellows' building up stair*.
wife, who was even more pleased than i three, good for drying. And it ought t<> sky like a large sized wart on the back
we. It is such things n.s fins that makes be said that the Early Crawford is the bone of the Siskiyous. Though not so goes. When he appeal's on the Senate
It is the steady footfall of the baking-
lifo-aniid tho exacting cares of the news most popular of all our peaches for every broad at tile base, it is higher than the
Agent for the ïolluv. nig named
powder biscuit, with murder and alum
paper office endurable ami causes us t<> purpose. •
great pyramid *f Egypt; itA top being ex I
I n >*ii ran«'«* < ’«»mi*:« 11 it"*:
in its breast.
Cherries. — Royal Ann, Black Republi alted to the giddy bight of six hundred er in national politics, mid the most
keep on the editorial harness without re
With a snarl of rage, and a low, mali
4lie Liverpool un«l I .rum, amt Globe.
pining. C >lonel, may heaven reward
feet from its base on the mountain. The
cious gurgle that makes every little gas
i'he State Investment and Insurance« orap.uty
you! It may not be out ef place to in Major Francis, May Duke, Kentish. All sides are so precipitous that a man can
tric follicle curl up and try to sneak away
form our many readers that the colonel’s these varieties are good in <>ur home not scale them. There is, however, a tioiis upon persons and events which are into the duodenum, he slaps old Mi«,
The Wes’eru Fire and Marine ln-nrauce turn
friends expect the cmnin-g legislature to niaiketsnnd the first three are good for crevice in the rock, running upward from
Gastric across tho face and eyes, and
The London Com mere iai **uranie Cuiunany.
elect him to the United States senate. shipping, the brst two being the fav< r- the foot, along which people climb to the character is Joe McDonald, or “Old Sad the tournament begins.
of London. England.
Ho seems to be the unanimous choice of Hes for this purpose. The Kentish is t<>p, where there is said to be standing
several wealthy and powerful corpora-
people. Wc predict that he will good f.>r pies and tarts and the «hole lot room for six hundred men.
J. A. A.
SOCIE r1 E6
are used more or less for canning.
get it on the first ballot.”
pear to be renewing their youth. They of the firmament as viewed by Mr. Gaa-
A Lazy Congrei»»,
Masonic Directory, Ashland..
look younger than they did ten years tric. Two hours have passed. Down in
Col. 1. It. Cornelius.
ago, and, as a matter of fact, their in one corner of liis laboratory, with death-
IWashiugtou Letter in X. Y. Tribune.]
Col. T. R. Cornelius, the Republican
StSKlYOV CHAPTER X». 21. R. V <M.
Wo have been looking over Vol. 1 of tellectual faculties appear to have sharp «lamps gathering on his brow, lies the
Everything points in the direction of a
candidate for Governor, is one of the
r.enular cons «»callous on the Thursday next
the Yreka Union, published in 1855, and ( ened rather than dimmed with increas man, who has met everything at picnic
oldest anil best known citizen r.f Oregon.
after the full nioon.
glean the following items:
ing age. McDonald has the heaviest or luncheon that the broad empire of
W. H. A tkisbo X. H. r
He was boru in Missouri in 1827. Three be aurpiised,” said a prominent Senator
In a statement of cost of building M. I eyebrows of any man who comes to Wash Hashdoin could furnish, and yet never
• A. E. Hammond. Sec y.
years after his arrival in the Territory,
E. Chinch, the expense, including inter- \ ington. They are enormous, especially lowered his arm. They are folded calmly
IStll AMI lODGE XO. 23. A. F. 4. A M.
he volunteered in the Cayuse war and here until the middle of August. The est on borrowed, amounted to §8,255.43. so when contrasted with his billiard- now across his breast, and the weary
was in all the actions with the Indians.
elated communication oil tile Thursday of
Receipts §5,722.50 by subscriptions col like bald head, which has only a fringe hands of the brave digester are forever
<>r before the full moon.
In 1855 he served in the Yakima war, comparison with what they were at the lected, with §1,500 due on list.
of white hair just above his neck. If at rest. All is quiet save the low moan
H. C H ili . W. M.
first as captain and afterwards as Colonel.
a I . Hammond. :*••<-retsry.
McDonald could shift his eyebrows upon of the liver. Then all is still again.
In 185(1 he was elected to the Territorial if there should be no discussion on the town gave a grand banquet in honor <>f th«* top of his head he would have a very I
ALPHA I HAl'TEl: XU. 1. O. E. 8.
Near the pyloric orifice stands the
Council, and served until the State was
of the Metropolitan Biscuit Foun
auiicd meeting* un l*t and *d Tuesdsj- in
admitted into the Union. He was then making a motion to strike m;t the enact 1855.
, Blaine and McDonald are “out of poli- dry. He smiles ironically as he sits
Mi-.». A nsa C arteb . W. M.
elected State Senator, and served every
Captain Georg«?, with 19 of his cotn- ' : tics,” so they say, but they exert a very down on a cotton flannel cake to get his
Mi*- Anna An<ler.*.«n, Secretary.
session until 1886, missing only one f<>r consideration—even then there would pany, arrived in Yreka Nov. 16th, 1855, potent influence here in Washington—a breath.
term during the war of the rebellion,
with two Indian prisoners from Rogue , far greater influence than half a hundred
This roll is the bane of our modern
Ashland. Lodge No. 45,
when he served as colonel of a cavalry saying, for instance, that the Southern River, brought here on requisition of : or more men who hold important Feder
civilization. It if carrying thousands
I. O. O. F..
Governor, for murder of settlers at al positions, and wonder why they weigh down to the disagreeable realms of
Walla Walla. Col. Cornelius lias served time in securing appropriations for tho Klamath river.
Hold regular m -ctings everv Saturday even
less than they do in the estimation of death. It is attractive in appearance,
ing at lheir hall in Ashland. Brethren In good
twice as president of the Senate. This
• landing arc cordially luvih-d to attend.
and when it beams upon us with its siren
brief outline of his life shows that he is a creeks through the House. The la ing the trip from Sacramento to this
II. T. I xlow . N. G
smile we are too apt to yield. But let
t 1». Fonutain. Secretary,
man of public affair?, thoroughly identi
place, a distance of 420 miles, in 48
us beware. No man should put a hotel
tied with the growth and prosperity of
hours, and no railroad then to help out.
iU.OT It« ah EM AMl'.MI-ST \(> 16. IOO F.
biscuit in his mouth to steal away hie
the State, and fully competent to dis consumption before the election. It will
Several accounts of Indian depreda
’.io t.* In « <ld Ti’.low»’» Hall every 2d and llh
charge the duties of Governor to the sat not be lost. Then there remain the tions and hostilities in this section are
Some time ago an article appeared in
Monday in « a<-h month. Member, in good
If I had a son who wanted to become
isfaction of the people. He is now liv
standing cordially invited to attend.
the Monitor entitled, The Meanest Man
plans providing for a system of cast de also given in full.
a hotel man, and eat those death balls, 1
E. J. F arlow , C. T.
A military company was organised at
E. K. ANDERSON
Kobt. Taj I t . Scribe.
and understands the farming interests of fenses and the proposals for furnishing Humbug city, called the Siskiyou Guards, not fail to bring the blush of shame to would say to him: “Buy a hotel if you
wish, Henry, (providing his name hap
RUPE REBH l A DEGREE LolK.E NO 14.
the State as well as any other man.
the cheek of even the Prince of Dark pened to be Henry), and run it and make
with Wm. Mar«iij as Captain.
Though not a man of great wealth, he is »ideration altogether such important
Meets on the 2<l «nd 4tl. Tuesday in each
A ujisteHaneous concert was given at ness. The mean man was therein
month in Odd Felton »’s Hall, Ashland.
in comfortable circumstances. He is a measures as the Utah bill, the Bankrupt M. E. Church for benefit of church, with represented as having went to a saloon money, but have a home you can go to
Mas. M F. A'ASM'. X. G.
thoroughly honest man. of good judg cy bill, the bill regulating the counting admission tickets for gentlemen §3, and and begged a bottle of brandy for a sick for your meals. Do not eat your own
J. K. Hebnnti. Fec’y.
MANI FACTIRKRS op
ment, and while not be disposed to .<f the electoral vote, and other measures for ladies §2.
woman who had no money to pay for it,
I saw a negro a week ago, in a Chi
schemes of himself, will not tolerate the of equal iaiportance. N", we will be
At Hawkinsville two men washed out and instead of sending her tho brandy,
Headquarters Burnside Post, G. A. R.
museum, eating lamp-chimneys and
schemes of others which he may regard as lucky if we get away by August.”
25 ounces in a half day on Jan. 3d, 1856.
DEPARTMENT OF ORECON.
inimical to the interests of the State.—
The Bootblacks Strike.
Meetings were held in Yreka and beer bottle tilled with water and just glass paj«er-weights. His health seemed
pretty fair, and I asked him how he pre
All members of the G. A. R. in good
The craze for striking has |>enetrated Hawkinsville, for raising muney to com enough brandy in it t<> color it right served his longevity. Ho said he did it
»landing are cordially invited to visit Burn-
nicely. It also stated that the brandy
plete the Big Ditch.
■iide P»xt, which meets in th«- Masonic hail.
by drawing the lino at baking powder
\ Novel Selirtnc.
bootblacks, and they expressed their de- ¡ i A subscription was taken up in town man takes the cake. This must have rolls.—[Boston Globe.
t-.hl.inii. « very 2d and 4tli Wediu sdriy in
A Washington dispatch <>f May 6 says: termination to shut up lheir kits if they ,
< 'ich »nontit.
-I. M. M c C all ,
We also copy a few items from a file of closed the fact it was either the brandy
Senator Fair, of Nevada, baa written a could not get 10 cents instead of 5 for a I i
How He Lot Hi« Co nn'iss on.
old Mountain Herald, of which the <>r the coin that he took and not cake.
letter to Mr. Lamar, searetary of the in shine. Tiie first intimation of the pend
[Chicago News. April 18.J
Ashland Loàgo, A. 0.U.W
terior, proposing a plan for colonizing ing strike was conveyed to a gentleman i Union was successor, as follows:
MrCts in b‘«l*?t pH»!« in Obi Follow *s Hall
R. A. D. Wilbanks received his mom-
the Apache; ■ n Santa C.itilin i islatbl, ■■(! who «as having his shoes polished yes
• very Ftxsi an«l T hird W • »invela} i” a«L
the southern c«« st of Ca if rnia. In his terday morning m fiont of Barnum's. I a full account of the Greenhorn mob at- to the woman with a bottle of brandy mission as Superintendent of Mails y«*s-
in>uih. I'rr^nt hour of meeting 7:»M> r. '
letter, Mr. Fair says: The island “is After one shoo had been fixed up the . tacking the jail, to rescue a prisoner, in and fifty cunts cash, which he had beg terday, and qualified at once. He will
\H Brethren in
I »tainlin^ arc cordiali
invitati to attend.
isolated, and t«»> far from shore f->r any i bootblack informed his customer that he which 7 to 10 men were shot and 2 killed, ged f>-r her s|H-cial benefit some three take possession of the office to-day. His
ordinary boat to reach it. My idea is, it would nut touch the other until he was with a long communication <<n the sub months previous. But she refused to ac claims for a positi«m were presented to
V I. a mu . Kvcordt r
the Apaches wore put on the is’and they |>aid 10 cents. The gentleman protested ject from Geo. W. Tyler, who tiguied as cept either, on the grounds that she was I P«»stm.'i»ter-General Vik.s by Congress-
not sick now and did not lequire any as . man Morrison.
would requ te t>o guaids, ami all that and then ['leaded, but the urchin was in the attorney in the late Sharon case.
A3hlaad W- C. T. U.
Indian hostilities on Trinity river, sistance, bidding the b<>y take the brandy
would be needed would be a small steam exorable. Then he hunted up another
“W hat does W ilbauks know about the
tender and crew to run between the is bootblack and ottered him 5 cents to pol where part of Sleeper, Hamlin A Co.'s back to bis pap and tell him to di ink it Postoflicn De[*artinent, MorrisoDl” in
II k Asli I and Woman”« Christian Ittn-
,,-rauoe I nion meets evert luesday after
land and the port of Wilnnugton, for the ish the other shoe. He met wit[: a re pack train was stolen by the aborigines. and add a literal quantity <>f the extract quired Mr. Vilas.
At city electi« n in 1855, J. L. Cum of emigration to some other country, ami
noon at3 o’clock in the Reading lluoin. All
purposes of communication and supply. fusal from every b<>etl¿¡a>k heap] roached,
"Nothing at all,” replied Mr. Morri
inteieded m the work of the order are in
A. V. Gillette, F. G. lleatn, J. D. by so doing he would not only confer a son, bluntly.
This would, in my opinion, set the and h* b eoitqielled to get the one «ho
vited to attend the meetings.
Apache question at rest forever, wouhi had first attacked his shoes and pay him Cook and R. B. Snv'btig were elected I favor mi his neighbors hilt it would be
"Then how do you ex[«ect me to give
M b *. S cott . Pres.
save the Cu intry m..nv valuable lives, 10 cents to complete the job. The boy 's Trustees; Orland Eddy, Marshal; Wm, the means of abating a chronic nuisance him an appointment in that department I”
Mr*. G. 1» Billings. Sec.
□ nd the ov «rniuent millions of moiity. success encouraged them and tnade them Morton, Treasurer, and Henry Kennedy, in Jackson county. The mean maji now asked Mr Vilias.
I sleeps soundly, doubtlessly considering
"Tell me what in the d—1 you knew
Title to he island is perfect.
As neat jubilant. At noon, -..¡tit a flying banuer Assessor.
himself the rightful owner of both c<>iu
Biivkl«*n’> Arnica Salve
of the Postoflice business when you came
as I cau re uember, the price asked by inscribed with skull and cross? ones, a
and brandy, having made a legal tender down here from Wisconsin?" retorted
the owners is either $3
§3 < or C 84
acre, 1 procession of them marched tip B. Itimoru more time, we will pick out other items
of the two.
The best Salve in the woild for cuts. Plain and Fancy Cassimeres, Flannels, Hosiery, Etc. Owing to the location of the island,
the street. Some of the urchins say that a
Lruibc*. sores, ulcer.*, salt rbeum, fever
He lives alone for greed of gold,
Mr. Vilaa stilisided, aud Mr. Wilbanks
new schedule of prices will go into ef
*a>res, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains.
OVER and UNDERWEAR. - CLOTHING MADE to ORDER.
And when from earth he passes,
has his commission.
be found anv «h«-r~ >•> the world.'1
Corns, and all skin eiupturns, and positive
fect to day. Others say that tl.ey are
Satan, t<> see his little soul,
Grape, plum, lemon, strawberry, black
ly cures piles, or no pay required. It is
not organized and that the deint.n s of
Office and Sul« s Rooms in Masonic Building,
Will have to put un glas«es.
t'uar.u:t«M.*d to give perfect satisfaction, or i
some «ill not be respected by a.I the berry, quince, crab apple and currant
Washington territory ha» 53 weekly
money refuudud. Frio© 35 cents per box. !
jellies at Burckhalter & Hasty's
9 daily oewspafrec«
For sale by J. H. (Jbilwwd A Sen’s
H. C. MESSENGER,
Manufacturer and Wood-Worker.
Granite Street, .Ashland, Oregon,
Sash. Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets. Etc.,
AT LOWEST PRICES.
J. M. M’CALL
Ladies’ Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots and
CONTRACTOR ANI» BUILDER.
Shoes, Hats, Gent's Furnishing Goods.
Groceries, Crockery, Etc., Etc.
BOUGHT FOR CASH,
THE STOVE STORE f
We have reduced our prices on stoves
and defy competition. We are selling
hardware lower than any other house
in the county. Prices on all kinds of
farming implements lower than ever
We sell the Studebaker Wagons and
Buggies, and the J. I. Case Plows,
Hoosier Grain Drill and Seeder, Acme
and Keystone Disc Harrows, and have
the largest and best stock of all kinds
of farm machinery in Ashland.
Give us a call and be convinced.
WILLARD & EUBANKS.
ASHLAND WOOLEN MILLS.
WHITE and COLORED BLANKETS