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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1889)
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their affirmation that they will thus
L. Dean, who departed this
I hlleil »isti» la llvlltj II < haplilsii. |.nri>
No public project can I m * pro|»M<*d life Geo.
F riday .-.;.
JI NE 7 1KW
. - 17, I» JO I'p » K J.’t » I,Viola, n -.
at his home iu Ashland, May 24. nt f ». nil'll
stste» tn lleltri I. I'liHI'IllHli. lots Who advised her pupils to -trengthen
without meeting with objections, no 1889, was liorn at Athena, Ohio, Feb.
2. a. i.i ■»•> 17 t|> ■•.< ». I: 2 1 I:»' -2 too
their miuds by the use of Ayer’s Sar
plan of pul lie works can I m « made to 5111,1827. He was one of the pioneers aere*.
tn Itoliert I'aim Ison. Intel in saparilla, appreciate«! the truth that
77/A WATER yL EST I o.V.
exactly suit the ideas of every one, but of Oregon, and in the early days of set See I. 2- I. ‘.. Angle
I |I Ö7 » K 2 W «. hi re*, inn VI0".
bodily health is emential to mental
tlemeut was well known throughout
I’niteil »inti * to Peter I-’.. A Ro*inn Miller
to those w ho are considering this mat the state. Until 20 years of age he iati.i
in »<•.■ I T|> :<**, » . I: - " :[19 i> IO) vigor. For |w*rsom< of delicate and feeble
On Ta h-silay next the question of ter earnestly and carefnlly a» con lived at Athens, the place of his birth, HeH«*.
coiiRtitution, whether young or old, thia
to .1 II llrown. lol*
10. 11. medicine is remarkably lieneliciah
i.«w city council anthori- servative citizens who seek the I m * s I and then moved thence to Iowa. Af 12. A I’» I It: Reuter
Holman*» addition to Jacksonville.
sure you get Ayer’s Sarsaparilla.
ty to Ix'pJ B'** .■ city of Ashland in the interests of the city, let ns suggest ter two years residence in that state, <«i.n Ills7o
l-»a. Il William* to Henn I
•• Every spring an«! fall I take a num-
»uni of $'Xl,lxx>. for the purpose of that the city water works can never he crossed the great plains, arriving m Hellen,
in »<e 11* Ip -t.. » It.
Oregon in 1851) or 1851. In 1853 be »MTV*, «’«.li land
l»er of Imttles of AyerN Sarsaparilla, am!
const ruetiug city water works, will I m « built except through the agency was married to Elizabeth M, Wells, J < « ..uh . !.. J < II «*-• ' . !•«•* 1 ,3 4. 5. am greatly be.neflfed.” — Mrs. James H.
l>» ilcci'ied by the voters ami taxpay of the city council, or some other daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Giles Wells, D 7 * l’iirk-tubilii«»H («» th« t««uii I Mei Eastman, Stoneham. Mass.
(■•r.i.i’on > ;.$i hd
“ I have taken Ayer’s Sarsaparilla
ers of the municipality. It is a ques body of citizens delegated to do the liotli now living mar Ashland. In Th« < »n- hu . I Iron- < <» i«< Il E >1«»
w ith great benefit tn iny general health
I. .*». blk .X R. K iMhliti«>n !u th«- l««w u
tion of the gravest tn nuent an issue business. The members of the pres of shoveling gravel and taking out \-hlan«!
MissThirxa L. Crerar. Palmyra, M«l.
... ii I*.I”“"
•• My daughter, tweh e years of age,
npon which hangs the destiny of our ent city council are all gentlemen dust, and also, in partnership with a .litui«-«. Binl-ty, .'•burifl
north hail l«»t N«»
iih «I n«>
has suffered for the past year from
city, and yet the public interests are whose interest» are identified with Mr. Winslow, rau a pack train and ,*<xpm it b.A h i i .’ i h «»ut i
all so clearly with the affirmative that the lM»t interests of the city. They •did a general trading businessla/lween «•iH«»n, Ian«! in *«*« * Ip 36,
Willamette and Yreka. He miuwl
it seeiu» ,to I h ' almost wholly a one are men w ! m > would I m * above the sus the
at Althouse, and also took a hand in fjl-
Martha A Ed-all t.i A J -lewul'l -«»Util A few weeks sine»*, we U*gan to give
picion of "jobls*ry,” were it possdble tbelieach uiiuing at the mouth of half ot l> I L • N<. 45, t|> », > It I u . her »Ayer's Sarsaparilla, llur health liaa
greatly improved.’’ — Mr* Harriet H.
The p re stream of water rushing for any opportunity for jobls-rv to Rogue River. For twelve years he <«>ll flJrlillMl
\. J. Siuutirt h» Martha 1 K-I. h II. bind in Battles, South Chelmsford, Mass
down fri n our snow butte is the Gen enter into the project. They are con resided at Port Orford, and in Ins tp
* . It I. W . 15 ;»<*i«
•*AU»ut a year ago I I m gan using Ayer’s
life he probibly visited nearly
Martha M. « «««k-t \ I«» Ja«*k-«»n ‘ ai my A
«»is aud he life of our town. Before »ervutive men and can-fill business eventful
Sarsaparilla as a remedy for debility
A—«»ciati«»n. Ian«I in tp
every part of th» Paeitic Northwest. rluiiltural
and neuralgia resulting from malarial
7» ion a* r» - « «« ii >.
the town Uad made for itself men.
a place They have the interests of the Mr. Dean always took an active in \\ « har!«*)
Ti< n» Murn tr. U«* 11« • . I«.'» II ’ :
ex|>osure in the army. I was m a xery
in the world of trade and manufact city at heart, and the T idisos is satis terest in polities, and from th» organi blk 11. t««wn <»l M«*«h'»i.! : « Ql« $1«> oh «-'
l»a«I condition, but six bottles of the Sar
saparilla, with o«’« asioiial «loses of Ayer's
lire-; liefore the ioundutions for its tied that the water works w ill be as zation of the Republican party he was ( unirai Is.int
Pills, have greatly improvmi my health.
of its most loyal members. In
Ha-kul Ann i«« lack-«»» I «»nitty Vzrh «ilmr
sup|»>rt had lieen laid tn the farms well built, that the interests of all one
Curry county he was elected county al A—«M*ÌMti«»n. Ian«! in tp 37 s I: ? U 1 am now able to work, ami feel that I
cannot say t<m miicli for your ex«-client
and orchards of the valley alxiut it, parts of the city will ba as impartially clerk, and served the jieople efficiently 1*79 Iola« ru-. <«»n. f2.IM.IH
A. Pinkham, South
'li William-t«» > ii -HUGH
lot* remedies.” — F
or any aelp hml come from the rail- guarded, and that the people will be and satisfactorily. At Canyonville. ■ Elizalp
I. blk _•». «...LI Hill . cm » i -.' h MID
Molum us, Me
road. |M*ople came to the village to .is well satisfied with the results if
“My daughter, sixteen years ol«l, is
Peace till moving elsewhere. In tp >. * L l. \\ I *1 !(«• a* K-: • on. >-’•»*
using Ayer’s Sarsaparilla with gom! ef
live, because they found pure water the resjonsibility I mj placed u|>on the the
Wm Paih-r-.m '•« lh<* public all«*\ in 4-1«
1881 he came to Ashland with his lami
fect.”— Bev. S. J. Graham, Tnited
to drink ami abundance of it with present council by the vote of next family, and has stuoe been a resident
Brethren Church. Bm kliannon. W. Va.
>tah* «»I On*>r«»n t<« W in. B
which to make homes lieautiful with Till »day. us would be |»>ssible if the of this place.
•• I suffered from
George L. Dean leaves liehiml him
grassy lawn» and bliHinnng Howers matter should I h « voted upon iu a dif
I nitrii stau*- n« W m. I’. I»
record of an honest man and a
23. tp U., > . R. 2 U 4(
ami profitable with productive gar ferent sha]>e every week for ten years the
I nitri! >la‘«*«i I«» U m I’ b
good citizen. He was possessed of
with lame back and headache, and have
1J tp. : ï .. > R. 2. M .. *.«
dens. Neighboring tow n» ami villages to coiue and the citizens then I m * given more than ordinary intelligence, was
t Ililr t S‘aT<"» !«» Win. lì. I»
b«*ell much b«,lh‘tite<| by the use of Ayei s
which Wei.-the "liH«al trade centers" choice of all the varied priqiositions well informed, and one of the most in
15. t|» U., > . R 2. W . V)
Sarsaparilla. 1 am now SO years of age,
and am satistie«! that my present health
by g*-ogr; phie.il computation warned that might I h : made. Ashland needs
.«•. tp. a*:. - R 2 W.. V
I ni‘« «l -ta:« - t" W’ii. B. h
II and prolonged !if«* are «bi«* to the us«* of
the unwary that this town couldn't the water works now, aud there is uot form to the orthodox theology, but
•2*2. t|». 3F. S R. 2. W K'
grow aiAl thrive “because there was a taxpayer iu the city, no matter his life did conform to the highest
Mrs. Ann H. Farnsworth, a lady 79
nothiuglto support, don’t you see.” what his private interests may I h *. rules of gisal citizenship and tl.e
I h Probate Court.
years old, So. W<M»«isto« k. Vt., wrif«*s :
straightest path of integrity. Death
The f«»ll«»wiiitf pro'«‘e.inn; have trans “After several weeks’ suffering from
But Asli! >ud kept growing and nour who can afford to vote against them
had no terror for him. ami had he
ishing an«I ad.hug year by year to her not one who would not be the looser l>een able to consciously oliaerve its pired tn the Probate (’< hi rt of Jackson nervous prostration. 1 procured a bottle i
(suiiity, l»«»f«ire Jthltfe Neil, bilica our of Ayer’s Satsajiarilla. ami lM*fore I
p qnilatio.i of enterprising, happy cit if the vote should I h * against them.
! had taken halt of it my usual health
approach, he would have receivi*il the last- report:
summons with the same calm fortitude
izen» and the »«cret of it all was the
E-hite *•!’ John Noland. «1«*« d. <<i«l- r .»How - returned.”
w ith w Inch he m»t every change and in. ui.low an.I minor, d'idi« il f P ’t nioinh
pure water. The T idings ha» said * co ,sh’A/j/s bEEEXbER
phase of life.
this many tnn«». but it is the meat1
His faithful wife and three children
of the whole question, and cannot I h «
Some <if the Portland people have survive him. to mourn his loss, one friilei -lioui.l i.ot -, Il renio I h 'I oiiviii ^ lo e- Dr. J. C. Ayer Sc Co., Lowell, Mass.
told too often. People who found learned too late that the Cogswell road child of the four ls>rn to them having
Price II. •ix boll'»*«. »
Worth f > a bottle.
E'tat«* «ii J G. Tarkli
‘«*iiii aimual « x
Ashland a pleasant place to live in bill, passed by the last legislature, was died years ago.
hi >it *»! I' l.y t»!of««ii atliiiiittstrntot i?h*«l aliti
ten years ago thought it might l»e- a matter in which their delegation
F stille ««i I ito» t lutvfi« r. <»i*«ler allouing
THE CREAT ELOOb.
I ianhev L hih I X«ili< ••
a«ltiiiui»l rat or I«» m II < « i T hìu t*«*al pr«u»« rt \ I».
conie a g'snl sized village, but now should have taken an interest, and
¡«»llgiliK l«> C'tate
it i» au ambition» young city crowd they are l»«gmuing to understand that
!a\|«Ot ! !• r •
In thè mailer «•! « »tate «»( miu«»r heir» ««t
The great disaster at Johnstown and lohii
r< «I to »eli rrnl
Illg to ward the figure .’DllMI in popu- the bill was one that should have lieen other places in tin« valley of the Cone- j.n»H*riy
hai in ( «mipiian« •
lati« hi \\ hat will snliserve a village entitled, as the T ui IN uh said when it mangh valley. Pennsylvania, is tin- In llu'matter «‘»tate ot R X \u<l« :».<u
• .»et of « ««ngres»
\li tu t i'»r IL« »«Ir
n»ele»s or injurious to a city, was intnxluced, “An act to divert trade most appalling casmdity of the kind
te- of « alitornta.
W i .«-»hhigton I viri
•lies which have supplied the from Oregon into California.” Reply
in: folvowi : i > si it .
l lie latest estimates are that twelve
ia lia » lìiis «lay
|»«"l a id the city with water the years ing to an article taking this view of thousand people have lost their lives.
i . m-n*.’ii uiith-r,«!-«*-!--uin-. nr.'f«»r
»in *»lMl<*ni«*nl !«i
past cannot meet the reqiiirem.«nts the bill, a correspondent sent to the The river bottom is a vast charnel
, of <♦ lion No. fi.
. Ibiugv N«. . rrtst,
’**»•’ «»<• ’hl vi«,‘ -.»mu rulief whih
of to-day, to ».ty nothing of the future. Ch-e<jonian from Linkville a letter, house. Outside help is doing all that
w that flit* land
caa now l>e done to bury the dead ami
«1.»' pi.* riy>ii««u*. I tii v.<»ui«i *n«»ti im II
f«»r it* timh< i or
(>p,«n ditch.«», with water soaking the dated May 26th. winch attempts to de assist the living,
*. i ' in’ • ■’■« -a •<• <tr«»w-.. ii>M<*tive -tat«
ai purp<>»**•>*. Mini
»oil constantly along their course, a fend CogBwell from the charge of hav
id Ian.I heiorc the
’ •? h< r a • »♦ »• tie«•» ‘’Thei n'ltiOrnia Rein«*«It "
Johnstown, 1’a.. J line 3d. In Johns
1 hi< oftbat Ro’s,
surplus running where it should not ing misrepresented tfce road to the town ouly twelve houses. all useless, j . , .
'-ai-aparilla It >ii«t vr
y the 1 >th day of
••:>«• :iatu '* .«*! aud when three l>«»ttl**«i hrt<l
' is just as if a
and t!:e ditches themselves catching legislature. If the state senator is to remain staudiug. It
»nrface washing», may do well enough be judged by hie defender, then this swath had cleanly mowed half a mile
al. ii an«! -pirits iitel i- n<»w a- well a* ever
wide and three miles long.
for a hamlet, but a» const meted ami effort will ouly magnify the charge of
«•iim th«' !«enofit -h«- ,Iurive«l. I used it f«»r
Eighteen liuudred dead li'diee have
u.»ed iu Ashland they become a |»>si misrepresentation, for this letter of ta-en removed so far. Others are tak lu’.liTiati-m with th«* re<ult that I am n«»w
etilind) free ii< m the di*ea-«‘ with wbieh I
tive menace to health ill a town of “C. C.” from Linkville is as fine a en from the ruins every minute.
Brave men with heavy hearts me Im t -artiT«*»! for «»wr a year
the size of our», even when the natur specimen of unblushing, eonseieneeless
working hard this morning to bring a
al drainage is good. In «>p«-u canids mt nlacity as has been put into print kind of order out of the terrible chaos.
so snii'll and of »Heli length, running siuee Ananias lay down his quill aud
Iu many charnel houses the labor of 7 .« l urk street, »an Fraur’ln u.
Timbri* I. hik I Not lee.
door yard» and other went tn practicing law. Let us quote: preparing the dead for burial goes on
I N I I F I • s l Al F..w I AND o 1 I I< V. »
y arils, the water can be kept
“ Th > appropriation was ouly, I be
Itos. LI ,G Or . May I. 1^. »
Relief trains are arriving loaded
Nati» e is )i« iel»y
v. fi that in compliance
neither cool in hot weather nor lieve, to build a road in Oregon, and with provisions and clothing, and a
<1 tiiv-a« t of < «ingn» »
pt tn at
Taken in had nothing to do with the direction Citizens’ commute«« is rapidly distribut
«»f Jun« : is?s entj c<l • \n a« i for the »al«*
the road took after it left the state ing whole car loads to lialf-famishtsl
of tiinb«-r Ian«!* tn : hr >(»«!• s of < aliforma,
pi|*es from a distance far enough up line.
<tr«*ioii. N«’.a«la. Hui "ashìhgtun irrti
nearly naked survivors.
ton, B F. Hiatt »1 kirk\:ih. Countv u
the creek to cover the whi de town,
“It is true that some y «.irs ago $40,- and
Gutter >late of < aiifnrnia. has thi'* day riled
the water supply will
the purest, ixx> was appropriate,! for the Ashland- ans into Conemangb river at Kern
in this ollii e hi» »• w »rii s'nt«knumi foi th«-
purchase of the S . ' t "f ’»ection No, 1U, iu
the freshest awl the N-t of any city Liukville road and e\pt«nd«l thereon, ville this morning, and kept them
.«‘J Svut 1, Rang«* No » East, and
M A Ititi 171>
iu the immediate vicinity of Ashland,
w HI « tl< i pr«»ol to *li«»w that the land »«"night
in America. Snch a water supply but all that money did not make as thereuntil all were drown«!. They
is more \ahia
its limt or or'it»»n«f
Al tile rcl'l'itici
the Ashlan«l of to-day must have to go »1 a road as the $2,-5iX> ,«ontribnU»i were caught stealing from the dead Wll.lliM-
o^e«*, an«! to e»-
bodies and baiting private buildings. of D I Minkb••• <»n Tne>'’»*v. June I. Ivo than
I lati«! in foi»* th«
¡»ermit the lM*nivfn infiuence of the
R. \ «i I W« bsh-i. M i «. o .: ìm ( .« I. Mink
isler or I
1er. of A w F i ’ mii I Ur« K«>n. to Mr
mountain stream for ■ontinuj its part river road.
W illi.uio «.( N.-l.-b Nebm.ka
"The $15.ix X) could lie s|»«ut on
in the growth and p: rosperity of the the Ashland-Linkville road, and it on th» north, and Mineral t ity. six
’ltoii till the many would lie impossible to see what had miles above JohnstoWD. are practically
wiped out. East Com mailgli is almost
enterprise», public ami private, of been done. Teamsters demand one- depopulated. Niueveh is liternlly u The |i!.:i» lit flavor, gentle
soothing effect» of Syrup of
which Ashland Isiasts has ever ap- half more freight to the pound from city of the dead.
in lived of a laxative, anil if
Ashland than they do from Montague
or mother la* coative or inlioi
proi.clie l in effect Upon the growth or \g«-r. Portland lias never made
Johnstown, Pa., June 4.
gratifying result» follow its
and pi« »: rity of «.he place the bene any effort to secure the trade of South "pestilence” rings through
it is the best f unily remedy known nod
tit- whii'li will follow theconstruction
every family sli mill have a Isittle.
of the proposed water works. The cisco is willing to meet us half-wav, corpses. Poison permeates the air
lluib r I..1'1,1 voller
are we to wait until Portland deigns
new system in needed now. and. aside to make an effort in our direction?”
and water everywhere, and is some
I Ml >.!’ Si a i ».* I \N|. I
Titulier I.anil Niitice.
thing frightful to liehold. Delay is mi
Re» e HllR*'. *
M h y .»I
from serving the purpooa of supply -
hereby giv«»n that in
I N11 fi » Si ui > I. \ nd • »1 Fi« E. •
ing the present needs, it Wil! lie the
.»nee with th«* pruv *> on» of t»
friends of Cogswell's bill have misrep
< otiiirv-s of June L K». r»;f t!r l
best intesltnent a» a bid for future
Xofiee is hereby i<iv«*n tha’ in «■.»mpllau<*e
if longer exposed to the air.
the <• lie of timber Un !» in Hi *
vvith th«? provi-ions of th«* aet of t on^nx of < for
growth that a city such as ours has resented the old Klamath county road
aliforni i. Oiej.m,
At the first break of daw u this morn
1*7*. «•ntiib*<! An H'*t for th« -ale ««f
from Ashland and sought to cultivate ing orders were issued to push the June
Territory,” E. T. I h
iimlM-r Ian«!- iu tie -‘ate- of ‘ ilifor'iin, <>re
ever made. The supply of water for
« ounty of Yolo si
the lielief that Ashland aud its people preparations for a gigantic burial with gon. Nevada, un«l W.i-hitur:«»u !«*rrit«»ry," lan«l,
has this <t:\y tiled in th
ilomestie uses alone will warrant all
y < k«»îT,of \’< •»« <1 h a«i.««»unty of Y«»l<», statement f<»r the imrchii*
all speed possible. Where there is no Janie*
-tale oft ailf«»rnia, ba- thi-day tile«! in thi- -ei lion No. !*>. in I
said of the Iwnefits thus far. but it
hi- -worn at« iu«*iit fur the pureha.»e
history of Southern Oregon through longer hope for identification the bod <»lti«*e
rai u«’ No. •*»
must not Is« forgotten that the pro
ies will be buried at once. It is prob »f th«* >E' J «»( *♦•• i«»n Xo». l’\ in Tp XO
> E. an«! w ill «»flvr i»ro«»f to >hovv that •»how that the
their efforts to keep this road in re able that by eveumg there will tie at
tection afforded from tire which will
The lau«! MHitfht i- more valuable for it- tim
pair. «‘Forty thousand dollars was ap least 3000 new graves in the valley, a tier or »ton«* than for airrieultural pur|M»-e«, puriH.M x. am
I»« thus extended toevery part of the
before the Keui*tvr
great share of which will lie unmarked >iu<i t«» esh«bli-h hi- « ’a.iii to -ahi Ian«! In*f«»rv
city by the laying of water mains up propriated for the Ashland Linkville for all time. Bodies are being brought the Re2i*ter an«! R«*< « i .er of this ol!i< <• at oflico
Ro-ebu a, Oregon, on Thursday the 1-th day th«- I th day of \uj
' fix w if
on which a heavy pressure will Is«
to the morgue» at the rate of 15 per
.1 Z <ir tl John
“mediate vicinity of Ashland,” says hour, most of them either frightfully of. lie
nani»*- a- witue—«•- John i -pou*?.
maintained will almost or quite be
M «»ridiu. E T Lampton, of U,Mailand.
this reckless correspondent of the Ore bruised or decomposition lias made J.
Y«»l«> county, California, ami B F Hiatt, of nia. am! H F lllatt of Kii
worth alone the whole cost of the
i county. < nlifoi ilia
gonian. N«iw let us consider that an them totally unrecognizable. The Kirk-v ill«*. ”liter ••• «uniy . ( ni
Anv aii'i nil |" !
am! all verson* claiming a<!vvr-<dy
impassable gulf has lieeu passed, as heartsiekeuuig scenes of yesterday the Any
al*»v«’«h- erilied lillld- are rc'jU«*-té«l !•» the above «1
were repeated ten-fold to-day. Prob tile their < !aim- in thi- «»ftiee on or l**f«
Undoubtedly, th.* people of Ash
tile their e
the novel writer might say. and jump ably 2500 bodies have I h - cii recovered. -ai«! I <th «I « of Allgu-t, ia**J.
*n «1 1 <ih da
land want the water works, and now,
directly from this statement to the
as to the conditions of the vote that is
truth and the facts of the case.
seventeen Eastern cities show a total of
to I m « taken next Tuestiay. diM-ussion
Timber l..n>«l Notice
On page 8*1 of the General Laws of
is in order, and lias lieen general
of $531,000. The largest
. Oregon for 1872 is fouml the act ap terday
amounts were. Philadelphia S23O.IMK);
during the pa»t week, S< mie < >b-
I'NITEt» STkTF.s I.AM» OFF!« F.t
propriating money to make the South Pittsburg $150.000; New York $110,000.
!!« «•». im R« . < »r.. May -l. |v..> y
Notte® i* bervi
jection has been found to the propo
Xoti< e i* hcr<’b. given that in <*onipliance
ern Oregon Wagon Road. The sum
Washington. June 3. Pension Com w irh
sition of the council li pon the
th«* provision* «>f 1 he art of < ongre>»s of grt**s of June ... l.N7è,
appropriat«! was ?25.lMXI in gold and missioner Tanner to-day sent the fol Jun«*
*>, KS «'niitlvd An a< t for the «■ale of th,- -ali of limber land
grounds that a locating survey has
land* in th, >tat«*> «»f t'alifornia. Or«* • aliiortiia. Or«*t;«>n. Novi
silver com" not S4d.iX>>. But their lowing tel. gram to the United States timle-r
Nevada, au«l Washington T«rrit«»ry,
not' Isen math* of the lines of the
was no com in the state treasury aris- pension agent at Pittsburg: “Make 1» \ M »t.singnrr, of ......... iland < otinty f l.tD.l, « nini) of Vol«» m
special any current vouchers received Y> !o. state of <'alif<»rnia. ha* thi«* da; filed ha- thi* <ia\ HI«*«! iu thi
main» and »mailer pipes of the pro
iug from the sale of swamp and over from towns in Pennsylvania mined by in thi- «»dice his -worn -fa’rinent foi the *lal< in«*u‘ f<»r the |»,.ir»*!»a*e of tho X F 1 * of
posed system: that the council has
*« eth»ti Nt» «•. in l«»v. n«hip N», .:■» South,
flow«! lands, ami the committee was Hoods, and pay at once on receipt. piiH'ha*«- «<f the NW 4 «>f f-ect iou N No.
II« i rtiHu« N<» » l.i-i. ¡tu4 will • !» i |*r<»o| t.<
in Th No. ’R No •'« E.
not priH«ured exact estimate» of the
compelled tv take orders drawn upon Where a certificate has been lost send will olrvr pr«a»f to .show’ filHt tbe show that th< late! sought i- more valuable
cost of the projsised works has not,
to execute a new voucher laud -«»light !■« niorr valuable for it« tim for it» iimb«*r or >t«»ne tit..*.! lor >igri< uitural
the swamp land fund. Judge Silas J. permit
purpose*, aibl !.. e-tablinh hi- < laim to
witlioiit presenting certificate to mag l> «r or «torn-ihan for agricultii; al p'irpok«
in »bort, brought the scheme to the
¡and b,‘f«»rv the Regi-tvr mo! R.-e. iver
D ay, of J acksonville, was chairman of istrate. Permits signed in blank for him ! T<» c-ta!»li-li hi - claim hi • aid lain! i»r(or»* -aiu
the Rvgi-’vr and R« reiver of thi- office at «»! thi- «ali«« at
¡siiut to which it must I m « brought in
the committee, and wrote to every warded to-day. Make sfiecial all orig R«»-« b'irg. • >r , on Thursday the
«lay «if Tuur*«lay. flic l«’»lh <!»tv oi Voiu-t I n -«
order to let a contract for the work,
banking firm in Oregon and to a mim- inal certificates of pensioners residents
M II Torran«
\ 'NiL-troin aud I
H«* nativ«» a- vv itn<*--<*-
'! H. Torrai»«*«-.
aud, lastly, that the council has not
of those towns, ami pay on receipt of
Lainpt«in. ali <»f \Vir»|',au !
Yob« « •»«iut\,
la«r in San FrimciBco, to obtain bids vouchers, regardless of my'instrnctions A NVik-irotn. I I l.atnpt«»n. «4 Woodland. California,
an«! B E. Hinti of Kitkuviile
A*o|o county .< al . an«i l’> F. Hurt, «»t Kirks
a supreme court decision, or some
for the scrip. He found it very .diffi of May 13th.
-ijtter <'«»iint\. ‘ ’iliforui «
ville Sutter c«»unty, < al
thing of that sort, awarding th«« city
An) an I all per-<»n> « 'aimiug adtci««dy
Anv and all p« r-on- claiming adversely
cult to effect a sale at all, aud finally
above «I« -cribed latui* nr«- r< <ju« *ted
al»«»ve dr-vriiHid lan«!“ are re»|U«*-!«*d to
w ater enough from the creek to supply
London, May 311. In the commons the
rip th«*ir < biini* in thi-««lliee, on or h«
disposed of the lionds or script at an
fore -ai«! IMh da.y of Auiru-t !--•
th.« pr,q»>»e«l »y»tem. ' To these ob
-ai«l 1-’»th 'lay ««f \ugu*t, j’s-'i
« HA- W loHN-l-iN
average of about II cents oil the dol this evening. Sir .lames Fergtiraou,
<11 A- \\ Io UN*-ToN,
jections the eouneil answer that a
parliamentary secretary to the foreign
thorough survey ami a complete de
office, denied the report from Victoria,
from the whole appropriation. Of
velopment of plans, including iiM«a
B. C., that three men-of-war in the Pa
this sum th» records »bow that $4,029.-
lion ami mapping of line», and a thor
cific hail lieen ordered to proceed to
ough investigation of all the legal 75 were expended organizing the board, Behring sea in .June to protect the
questions involved, could imt have making surveys, maps and field notes. British sealing vessels from interfer
lss«n a<«iSinipli»he.| without the ex The surveys commenced at Ashland, ence by the American men-of-war.
peuiliture of from $5<k) to $!.<HXi. and end«! at the intersection of the
Thi» i vpenditme the eouneil did not road from Silver City to Camp Mc-
Grants Pass Notes.
D'Tiuott whole distance 343 miles,
feel warranted in making w ithout first
41.5 chains. In the actual construc "Pap" Jennings is putting up a dwell
knowing whether or not the tax pny
tion of the road the expenditure in ing on south Fourth street.
ers of the city mean to have the
was $0.280.75, oil the whole dis
S. E. Harkness and family left last
wnter works now The editor of the
between Ashland and Linkville. week for their new home in Coos county.
T idisom . to place the proposition I it
The ladies of the M. E. Church
fore the jwople in the clearest ami and the nearest to .Ashland that any cleared $100.00 from their lunch coun
road work was found necessary
most definite form |»>».-ible, as to the
, was after the old California stage
practical results of the vote of
Mr. Geo. MeKimmeii's wife and
next Tuesday, has interviewed the road was left, seven miles south- family arrived Saturday evening from
M ayor and meml«er- of the common east of this place. No expensive Gieely, Col.
Marned May .'tilth, at the office of
council, and will state their |>osition grading was found necessary until the
county clerk, Mr. Chas. Robinson
a» it was clearly ami unequivocally steep ascent of the ('nst’ailes was en the
and Mrs. Nellie Proctor.
defined to him. in answer to direct
Hoti. Robt. McLean returned Satur
of Ashland. Many trial hues of sur
day morning from Newport, where he
vey were run to find a grade of not delivered the memorial address May
If the vote of next Tilesiliiy shall over 11 . inches to the foot, and this is
I m * for water works, the plan of pro theoiily n>id in the state crossing the
Our citizens met Monday evening
cedure of the Council will I m «, first, to Cascade mountains without n heavier and decided that we would celebrate
investigate the legal questions in grade.
the coming natal day of our nation.
Ont* of the features will l>e fire works.
«•II-. i to take counsel, not from a
It must la* remembered that this
Our excursionists have come and
single attorney, not only from at sum. $<',280, was expended w hen labor
torneys residing in and interestevl in and every thing else was much higher gone. They numliered about 250.
The train was an hour and a half late.
the city of Ashland, but to seek ad in cost than now that a suspension of There was at the depot a jolly crowd
vise at once from sources which will work was caused by the MotloC war. of citizens to receive a tired, cross
la.« admitted ujion all hands as the ami the ««onomy of expenditure thus crowd of excursionists. Although the
liest and safest. Next, the qilestiou further impaired; so that the actual number was greater than expected, the
committee on accommodations man
of water rights being determined so state work upon this road doesn't aged to provide for nil. The factories,
far as can lie d.>n<« untaide of litiga compare with what could l>e done etc., suspended work, and the who'e
town seemed to lie anxious to make
tion. the counsel, advice and plan» of with $6,1X10 cash to-day.
l the stay of our visitors as pleasant ns
the l«est hydraulic engineer to 1»* had
Thus the $4 i . ixxi of this defender of 1 possible. The train left promptly at
will Is* obtained, and when the plan Cogswell. "ex|M«nd«i in the imm«liate 7 a. m. Sunday and left here a few ex
of a system is decided npon, then stir vicinity of Ashland" dwindles to the cursionists who had not exp« ted it
veys will I m « made and the closest es pitiful sum of $6,280.75 expended in to la« quite so prompt.
List of letters remaining uncalled
timate of ci«t obtained. W ith such actual work upon the whole road from
for in the Grant’s Pass postotliee May
data it may then lx1 positively known Ashland to Liukville more than 60 31.
P'S'.»: Samuel Atwell, C. J. And
whether or not an ample system of miles. Much of this road is in fair erson, B. J. Adams. Miss Maggie Bar
water works, covering the city as «>n condition yet it is use«! by the freight ker. Henry Edgar Beck. Arville’ D n-
teiuplated, can I m « made for $5(>, ih »> teams of some of the most intem[>erate ney, C. D. Evans, Time. Gillegom.
James Hamion, Mr-. Martha H use.
if it be found that $5>,iMD is in supporters of Cogswell’s scheme and Martha Hite. A. II. Hoslan. Mrs. J. R.
sufficient to meet the cost, then the the sum of $10.<XX) two-thirds the ap Hunsalner, .1. B. Lester, Millie Lit’le.
I'ouncil will not issue the lionds, but propriation made by Cogswell's bill to O. P. Mason. F. B. Montgomery. Mrs.
Ellen Neediey. Miss Pany Pankey.
will let the matter rest, for their suc turn Oregon trade into California
Miss Ella Ryder. Mrs. Mattie Small.
cessors to take up. or for the city to would have made of it. by shortening Andrew Rodgers, Mrs. Amy Smith.
deal with as may Is« thought lM«st aud improving the old road, the best Hon. J. H. Stewart. C. G. Sanders,
mountain road in Oregon, and one Herman Twigetis. Mrs. Hui la Meblier-
This is the only business-like way which would have enabled Oregonians liu. Heelier Workman, Mrs. J. 11 Wil
son. When calling for any of the
in which the council can pn»«eeii to do their trading in Oregon, as they above, please ask for advertised letters.
under thi» ordinance, ami w« have would like to do.
J. H. H oward , I’. M.
ASH I* AND TIDINGS
OTHER GROCERS CHARGE 85 CENTS.
CRACKERS, 65 CENTS PER BOX.
OTHER GROCFRS GIVE 13 LBS.
ROLLED OATS, 17 LBS, FOR $1.
OTHER GROCERS CHARGE $i.5O.
KING OF SOAPS, $1.25 PER BOX.
CREAM WHEAT, 20 CTS. PKG.
COCOANUT. 25 CTS. PER LB
OTHER GROCERS CHARGE 35 CTS. PKG.
OTHER GROCERS CHARGE 40 CTS.
Is Stylishly dressed until she has a pail
of neat fitting Shoes.
Fit like Laird, Sol a »ber & Mitrliell’s, and
Bradlev à Metcalf’s
In these goods is now complete
si/^ps and widths B to Eb
(Hilt PRK I
Are marked in plain figures
buy as cheap as your
1). R. & E. V. MILLS
And if you don’t see what you want
ASK FOR IT