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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1889)
A daring train robbery was commit
ted on the south tanind S. R tram last
Friday evening about 8 o’clock, in
Sonthern California three milee from
Pixley, ami next station north of Tu
lare. ' It tieing «lark ou leaving Pixley,
the engineer failed to notice two men
on th«» pilot, but soon discovertxl them
walking along along the bide rail of
th«i engine towards the cab, their faces
ami I mk I ics la-ing masked. On reach
ing the cab they raised the window,
and with revolver* deiuan»led tho en
Ami still the rtuu holds off. Seems gineer am! fireman to stop the train, or
their brains would be blown out. They
like we\l have a “long dry spell.”
naturally complied, when the robbers
Heine Loudon musicians at Con jumped inside, and made them get
gressional Church this evening with down to use their ptirauamvo influence
ill getting the express messenger to
Baled hay delivered in any part of open the car door, where three other
town by bale or ton at 65c per hundred. robbers joinerl them. The messenger
firmly refused, when a dynamite bomb
Inquire at Ashland Mills.
was explode«! under the car, almost
Car loads of oranges for the north lifting it from the tra«-k. The meeseu-
ami east pass Ashlaud nearly every ger still refused, when the threat of an
»lay from Southern California.
other Ixmib, uuil killing of engineer
Rev. J. G. Burchett, of East Port- and fireman was made. The latter im
land. Baptist general missionary for plored the metwenger to »qien, aud as
there was but little in the treasure I h > x
Oregon, visited Ashlaud this week.
he concluded to do so to save the lives
Mesrs. Davul Payne, H. S. Evans of the engineer ami fireman,afterblow
and J. K. S'anSant each received a ing out all the lights. He was com-
uew office safe from Chicago this week. pelled to relight the car, and placed
Those who were fortunate enough alongside of the engineer ami tireman.
to hear the Heine «-oucert Tuesday while one of the robber* went through
evening will In» sure to go this evening the ear, obtaining alsiut $420. During
the roblxiry,Chas. Gain'd, a passenger,
who lives near Bakersfield, ami Ed.
A. S. Hammond has move«! his law Bentley, a constable of Delano, ran
ami ib struct office to the new building ahead from the train to discover what
of Ayera A Kyle, south side of Main was the matter, when thev were or
der'd to halt and shot at, the guns be-
Auction sale of groceries at Martin iug loaded with buckshot. The former
A Andrews’ store March ‘Jib. See no was instantly kill»“«l, and th»» latter fa
tice of J. W. Aluutt, assignee of C. A. tally wounded. The comluctor cotu-
I I meiieed to throw nx-ks. suppt'snig the
roblH'r* were tramps put off the tram,
Small cottage to rent, situattsl «•on- but the bullets came so thick and fast
veuieutly to busiuess part of town. that he retreat««! with others to the
Apply to Mrs. J. D. Crocker on Gran coHches. The roblters after 40 minutes
|;18 work, left on horseback, the eonduetor
H. A. Case is building a neat and taking traiu back to Pixley, where the
comfortable dwelling house on his lot alarm was given, causing parties to
out Granite street. opi«>site the Wick start after the roblH»rs. On starting
ageiu. the tri>iu moved slowly by the
spot of roblx»ry, where they fouml the
The information that Mitw NoraCor- dead iHxly of (Jalx'rt. The S. 1*. Co.,
liett, of this place, received a gold has offered $1,000 reward, ami a like te-
watch in a prize drawing of an earteru wark has Ix-en offeretl by \V. F. A Co.
uewspa|»er8 is reported now as erro for their arrest and conviction. A ft «
»lays previous $100,000 passed over the
Chas. Hosley is enlarging aud im roatl, ami may have been the train they
proving his dwelling house on Spring »les I re» 1 to stop.
street, ami Heraiun Scherrer is im
proving bis house with a new coating
R. N. Anderson, the merchant tailor
B. F. Reeser receive«! notice yestar- who came hither from Red Bluff. Cal.,
day of the «ieatb of bis brother nt alxuit a year ago, suffering greatly
Philadelphia last week R u I h > u Reeser, with asthma and general debility, died
one of the veterans of the late war, tn last Saturday at the house of his
daughter. Mrs. D. L. Beaver, after be
Ins “1st year.
ing coufiued to his bed for ten days.
Sheriff Binlsey gives notice that he As he reqili'steil. his Isxly was taken to
w ill I h » iu Ashland on Sat unlay of next Red Bluff to lie buried beside that of
we«'k. to give the taxpayers of this pre his wife. The corpse and mourners
cinct another chance to pay their taxes left on Wednesday's train.
without going to the county seat.
The San Francisco E ra mini r of
At tb«> Presbyterian church next Sab Tuesday has the following: "Morris
bath. the morning subje-t will I h », Baum, a dry-gixxls merchant at 1(15
••Christianity the Fneudof Intellectual Battery street, waff found dead in lied
Cultivation.” In the evening then- at his residence, Bill Seott street, early
will lie a Sermon for young men, enti yesterday morning. The deceased had
tle«!, "Au bh-.il Business Man."
l»een to a party the evening previous
The I' S. Fish Commissioners’ car and returned home apparently in gixxl
went south Wtslneaday morning to health. Tho death was reported to
Sisson to t ik«> on a million salmon fry the Coroner. It is presumed that Mr.
from the McCloud hatchery. The sal Baum died from heart disease."
| Mr. Baum was for many years one
mon fry will lie placed in Rogue and
of the leading merchants of Ashland.
He came to Jackson county in 1-S61 or
A man who had lx»th legsampiltate<l '♦'»2 and was a clerk in Max Muller's
m England was in town Wednes-lay. store. Thence he went to Fort Klam
playing an accor»le«>n. and collected ath as suttler. and after s- me years he
all the loose change he cotlld dr.iw as went into business in Ashland with
alms. He is probably worth more one of the Caro Bros. Subsequently
than anyone here who gave him a he became a partner of (’apt. J. M.
«lime or nickle.
McCall upd after doing a large and
Those who could not attend the profitable business here retrired with
musical coucert at the M. E. Church a modest eoiiqwtency and moved to
several weeks ago, which has Is-en so San Francisco. Mr. Baum will be re
highly spoken of by those who «lid nienilx»red here : ls a keen business
hear it, will 1 h > pleased to know that it man and a citizen public spirited,
will lie re|H»at««i one week from this progressive and of far more than ordi
nary intelligence. |
(Friday) evening, March 8.
HERE AND THEKE
Grants Pass and Josephine County.
S. B. Galey has been at Jacksonville
A jxirk packing establishment is one
Hon. H. B. Miller r^Jurned from
Red House ahead.
this week, on legal business.
Portlaud Sunday morning wLere he of the latest enterprises of importance
11 D. G. *ugar for $1 at the Red
talked of for Medford for th« coming
District Attorney Colvig was in Ash had l»«eii on important business.
To Reeeivr Tax«««.
Mr. Layton, one of the members of season.
Latest styles in men's hat* at O. H.
The foundation for the large new
The undersigned will tie in Ashland
Misses Cora and Maggie Linn, of uew hardware company, was here to
mill is now being laid, and the
on Saturday. March 9th. 1889, to give
New lot men’s oil clothing at O. H. Jacksonville, have been in town this day with h view of purchasing more grist
rock is all on the ground. The mill
taxpayers a seco ml opportunity to pay
site is <>n D. street, facing the railroad
county taxes for the current year.
Hugh McKinzie has succeeded Mr. track,
George Youle left Momlav evening
The latest styles in ueckwear at O.
one block south of the depot
J ames G. B irdseï ,
again for tho Sound, to be gone about
Ar Ford have moved from D
Men's working bouts for $2.50 at O a woek.
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around to C street, opposite the print
Io b«‘ Repeated.
Messrs. Chas. W. Wolters ami A.
5 lbs. Costa Rica coffee for 99c, at Alford wore up from Medford Wed for Portland.
By re«|uest of those who were unable
Mr. Gardiner, the photographer,
The S. P. I). A L. Co. started the left Wednesday morning with his wife
to attend the concert giveu in the M.
Fresh gardeu seeds at half prise, at
E. Church. Feb. 13, it will lx» repeat««d
Mrs. Sarah Fordyce will move to fai-tory with a full force Tuesday night, for Yreka, after having done a large
tho Red House.
Friday evening, March 8, with some
Talent s«x>u, to live with Win. Addison ami are now ready for orders.
amount of work in this and ueigblxir-
changes made in program. The pro-
L. Jeunmgs A- Co. have purchased ing towns.
Fresh compresse«! yeast fur sal«» at and wife.
eeede will lie divi«ied equally with the
the U. S. Bakery.
J. W. Hix’kersmith was over in Sis the <il»l corner store property from the
Ed. C. Phelps, tho printer, left Wed
S. I‘. D. A L. Co. for the sum of $20lM.
Boston brown bread at the U. S kiyou county this week, ltxikiug up Mr. Jennings expects to build a brick nesday morning for Siskiyou eounty.
on a busiuees prosjiectiug tour.
Bakery fresh every day.
in th»» near future.
Ih»» regular monthly business meet
C. W. Wolters has enlarged and inl
Violin, banjo am! guitar
We have every prospe»‘t of having a proved
ing of Co. 1». 2»! Regiment (>. N. G.
morning for San Francisco, to spend a
the interior of his bakery and
Burckbalter A Hasty's.
bank hxtsted here iu the near future, confectionary
will la» hehl in Armouy hall Monday
week iu the city.
store, and increased bis
Coal oil $1.60 per can. $3.06 per
as t here are three partie» looking over tine groceries and other gixxls.
evening. March 4th, 1889, at 7 o’clock.
Judge Webster spent last Monday the ground now.
case at the Red House.
All memliers are expected to lie prewent.
in Ashland, kxiking after some bitti
The plastering of Adkins A Webb’s
By order of
G. F. M c C onnell .
Nice fresh gnx'eriee hint lots of ness interests here.
Mr. Platter, of Alt house, paid the
them at the Red House.
county seat a visit this week on btisi- three stoiy brick is under way.
By C. H. G illette , Clerk.
Mrs. G. W. Cooksey, of Central Point,
Medford continues to steadily im
The Yreka Journal is talking up was visiting friends in Ashland for sev ness.
prove, and real estate is <*ontinualiy
Smullpox at Dram
elix’tn«» lights for that place.
eral days r«»cent)y.
Francisco Monday, where he bad b»»eii advancing in value.
From J. C. Ijane who came up from
Another opportunity this evening to
W. A. Owen, deputy U. S. internal to see t«»«t<‘d a ear load of ore from bis
Drain yesterday morning, we learn that
Lear the marvelous strains of Heine’s revenue collector, was up from Central
valuable mine. He will load another
there are two cases of smallpox in and
Point last Saturday.
Following is the program for the
car at. once.
near Drain. The patients are Mrs. T.
meeting of the Eutouian society next
One pound can of baking powiler
I., lones in Dram, and M iss Bridges
L. Martin left Wednesday for 'Frisco
Messrs. Herman A Stinson have pur Wednesday evening, March 6th: In-
and two Japanese tnush bowls for 50e, to l»xik after the sale of two or three
alxuit three miles out of town.
atallation of officers; inaugural address
at the lted Hou*».
Kuykendall Tuesday positively pro
carloads of tine apples.
P. Tuffs adjoining town. They will by the president; miscellaneous busi
nounced Mrs. Jones’ ease as smallpox.
Tickets for th«» Heine c<>ne«‘rt at
Mrs. MacDonal«!, wife of the S. P.
ness; violin solo, W. L. Johnson; reci
There are a great many ex|H»eil to this
Congregational church to-night fur sale engineer, came over from Dunsmuir I have it in operation as sexin as pos- tation,
Bertie Russell; vocal duett, Mrs.
dread disease as several visiteel Mrs.
at plaza coruer store.
with her two little children Monday.
Gilroy and Miss May Penuebaker; ora
Jones Iiefore they knew what was the
Fol’ nd . Folks have fouml that th«*
Dr. Kremer of the City Drug store tion, J. T. Hover; select reading, Mrs.
matter with her. |l'ui|s|tia Herald.
B. R. Willits went over to Dunsmuir
cheapest place to buy groceries is at Tuesday,
is doing a rushing business in his lme. Boyd; Song, Mr. Boyd and others; ln-
1). L. Minkler A Son's.
stumeutal music, Messrs. Oscar and
Skwiii, of the railroa»! carpenter force.
W. 11. Gilbert, of Ashland, pai»i the W. L. Johnson; recitation, Miss Price,
The finest assortment of field and
Mr. IL B. Kingsbury ami .Miss Liz
Engineer R. T. Melius, of the Siski
male quartette; debate Aff.
garden seeds, onion sets, etc., can be you division S. P.. t<x»k charge of his and others will put up a saw mill at liecess;
zie Murphy, of Ashland precinct, were
Eugene Freeland and T. P. Boyd; Neg.
found ut D. L. Minkler A Sou's.
marri»«! \\'-»lnesday evening at Jack
engine again this week after a short
W. H. Mowatt anil 1). H. Hawkins.
sonville. Elw. Murphy, brother of
Gilbert is a practical mill and business Question. Resolved, That a homely
Alisky's candy factory in Portland vacation.
th« bride, ami Miss Melnotte Low«len,
burned last Monday night.
woman hss more infiuenee fur g<x>i
Maj. Q. A. Br»x»ks. erstwhile col and prosper.
attended them as griximsman ami
812,111X1; insured for $30tt0.
than a handsome one. Critics report;
lector of customs at Port Townsend,
bridesmaid in the ceremony. The
Mr. Giles, of Hillsboro, Or., will euc- adjournment. A cordial invitation is
briiie au»i gnwrn returned from Jack-
»•eed Georg«» Kelly in tho store here exteuded to all.
Puget solimi discnct have increased his health.
souville yeeterday ami pnxvede«! to
on March 1st.
5tXI per cent iu three years.
their home on Mr. Kiugsbury’s place,
W. W. Williams, having disposed of
Remember that Ayer's Cherry Pec
Axtell has sold teu acres of toral
seven miles south of AshlamL The
lias no equal aa a specific for colds,
A (Xipions rain storm, from ‘q to two his interest in the truck business to hie Judge
T idinos joins in congratulations.
cough», and all affections of the throat
inches extended throughout California his partner, Mr. Estes, has returns«! to
Gixxl fruit laml is in great deman 1, and lungs. For nearly half a century
Sunday ami Monday, greatly improv Folk eounty.
WI6 Play Again.
ing crop prospei-ts.
especially apple orchards, in Josephine it has lieeu in greater demand than any
M._ Josef Heme ami company have
other remedy for pulmonarv com
Shasta county. Cal., placed $60.0(10 lady missionary to China, was in Ash
cons-'nted to give one of their inimita
plaints. All druggists have it for sale.
5 per cent, bonds at a premium of 8<>30
ble cot'i-erts at tbe First Congregation
Thm hair thickeued, baldness cured,
last week, the Oakland Savings Bank ing liorthwanL
al church this eveuiug. Frulay March
and gray hair made to its youthful col
taking them at that figure.
1st. I'iie concert last Tuesday evening
Mrs. Stine, wife of the station agent
Mr. Martin, of Ashlaml, shipptxl an or
by the use of Hall’s Vegetable Sicil
gave such gt neral satisfaction that the
Now Sally as you ami Jeetns are to at Ager, an»i Mrs. S. A. Commons, of other car of apples Momlav last.
ian Hair ltenewer.
citizens of Ashland will lx> glad of the
be mnrn«xl, you must I h » saving arid Willow creek, were in Ashland a »lay
What's the matter with the new op
opportunity of again hearing this mar-
buy your gr«x»enee of 1). L. Minkler A- or two last week.
era holts»» board? Would like to hear
vt-loiis violinist. The admission fee
Sou. They are tbe cheapest.
Mr. W. S. Walker, a Fort .loner from them.
has lx«»n placed at 50 cents, and it will
lx ti I. Feb. _-7, I««'-, to the
Gimlets, gouges, tw«»ezers, pliers.
nu rchant, ami Miss Aggie W' km I r . of
probably lx- a long time Ix-fore Ash-
wife of Mr. F NewinHU of Fort Ttioinio,
Mr. A. A. Wimer returned from
ia'ui will again have the opportunity
Coos county where he will shortly
All things for all sorts of buyers
urday and Sunday.
of hearing sii«h a company of artists.
move. 11« has purchase»! a 2t»6 acre
At hardware store of 11. C. Myer’«.*
Mrs. Lon Walbridge and infant left ranch and expt»cta to make it bis future
NEW THIS WEEK.
The Heine CeiK-ert.
The V. S. Bakery will deliver bread Phoenix Saturday for their home in home.
Prof. Heine and company played to
pies or cukes at your door every day if Siskiyou, county, Mrs.W. h mot her. Mrs.
a g'H.»l iioii'e at Granite Hall Tuesday
you wish. Ijeave orders at the bakery Auderstin. going with them.
Notice to Taxpayers.
»■veiling, ami the audience was. of
on Main street, opposite ()»ld Fellows
for the year Ih** are nou <ine an<1
conr-i'. dehghteil. Such violin play
pax able and will become delinquent after
children, and his sister, from Little
ing was never hear«! here before, ami
nv . ì An « arlx payment of same is
Says the Roseburg Hi rieic: Sol ShiiRta. Cal., were on Monday »-veil trapper, has killed and
th" piano selections of Madame Heine
dresse»! for r«'»jU(.8ied, as it will be nvcessarv to turn
over state and school takes to county treas
received high prai-»‘ from the musi
market 4«M) fat ducks.
urer within the tiim* spc( Hied by law. The
for a half section of land near Spokaue
cians here. The singing by Miss Ev
Arthur Soule, of Phoenix, left W»-»l-
la y in relation to collection of taxes will be
While falling from his wagon
Falls last week for which he paid $20,- nesday with Dr. S«H'hrist for Califor
elyn Hem»» ami Mr. Howar«l was ex
J a . mes g . B ikdsey
Shvriil'uf Jackson county. Oreguu
cellent, and every part ofth«- program
nia, intending to H[x»ml some time at tangled iu the rigging ami badly “Jacksonville,
Or., Eebruat> 27. IS**.
Représentât ivi» Hermann has »»cured, Santa Barb ira, for the benefit of his
provokeil hearty and prolonged ap
from the postollice department, an or health.
plause, Many people will be gratified
der for tbe increase of the mail service
at the opportunity to hear another
steamer Mayflower is loader] to
Mrs. Jan es Wells re»-eived won! last the The
on the route from Oakland to I»ewis,
comvrt this evening by the talented
gunwales with wood aud lumber,
m Douglas county. Oregon.
Hansen's Table Rock Farm on Rogue
North Yamhill, was dangerously ill. and waiting for the ice iu the Neck to
The l mutiliti reservation is over- aud at once made preparations to go break up.
Arrested for Burglary.
River is now offered for sale ill subdi
stix-ked with cattle from neighboring to her.
Messrs, Mills A Killer, in obedience visions to suit purchasers, uneasy terms.
(>n«» of a gang of a dozen tramps of
ranches, ami on account of continued
A 20 acre Apple Orchard, $2000.
to a new call for grain, have just
fer».I in trad»- for whiskey at a saloon
di y weather, the fee«! is scarce and
XI acres level Fruit or Alfalfa land.
t hr< shed <>nt a few bundled more
near the depot two pairs of new panta
numbers of cattle are dying.
loons th • other day, and very soon af
A L. ('<>.. was in town the first of th«
HO acres Grain, Fruit, or Grass Land.
Sanim i Meek, a pioneer, and largest week. He is not »-mployeil iu the mill
ter«. »nis the city policeoffi»vrs arrested
At Mr. Elgin's »lance,on Butte creek, $2000.
land-owner of Laue county, died last at preseut.
«•lght or inn« triimp.s for the burglary
patriotism bad to sit down on tlie in
100 acres Grain. Fruit or Grass Land,
wtH-k. ag«xl 73 years.
He had 40*10
at Blount'« store last week. Tiiecloth-
M tse Emma Howard returne»! home discretions of a few young men. but a $4000.
acres of go»xl farming land in Lane
ii:,- w is id'-n itiisi as In-longing to Mr.
200 acres Grain. Fruit or Grass Land,
county and 5000 acres in Linn county. last Sunday morning, aft - r a visit »if
Blount, aud the pair of s ! kh » s stolen
nearly two months with fri<>mis in
Gee«»», great, fat, bashful birds, are $5000.
«••re als»> fouml where th«-y had Ixwn
M. F. Mulkey, of Portlaud, law part Port laud and other pla-.-es in the Wil bei-omiug numerous along the river,
Call on or address.
hldd>-ti. All the tramps, however, af
FREI) BANSEN. Ashland, Or.
ner of John F. Caples, died last Mon lamette valley.
and the prospect of a goo6e-eh«x»tiug 3H
ter examination in justice Berry’s
day at ( >aklaiid. Cal. He caiue to
court, finally slippetl through the mesh
M irs Henrietta Moore, tin» Indv rep contest, with the usual conventional
Messrs. P. Grady anti W. H. Grow.
< »regoli with his father's family from
City Council Proceedings.
es of the legal net except the fellow Isith experience«! painters, have foruieil
the National W. C. 1. I . »lance ami sup|a»r, looks away up.
Missouri in 1847, when eleven years
who ha»l tiie clothing; ho was sent to a copartnership for the prosecution of
a w»-ek or two m this
An enterprising sctaxilma'aui from
the county jail to await trial. He gave their business in Ashland, and their
The city council of Ashland httld an
valley left Monday last »’or S -* -m on ) reka has liought a nice ranch a few
his name ils William Myers.
her way through Ct lif»»rnia.
tulles south of town, intending to set
advertisement appears in the T idings
tle, am! fresh interest in «-ducation is
Ibis issue. They are finishing the of ent: »1. S. Walter, mayor pro tern., W. boni, owned and lirtd by L. J. Rose,
llai ring ScliiMit.
lieing manifested already. The bach
fiee, barlier shop and billiard room of B. Colton, J. I). Fountain, James
\V. »S. Hobart, a millionaire mining luck to th»» |H>iin»l th.m any other man elors are all studying rhetoric. I hear.
Prof. Lester will open a schixil for the uew hotel this week.
The following bills, reported as cor
dancing and de|H»rtment in Grauito
was taken down with pneumonia alxuit This is good news. Propriety «if con
Thetwo little children of J. Brown,
versation on the part of a few young
Hall on Satnrday, March 2. 1889. who lives on the B. F. Myer place, two rect by tmuuce committee were ordered sand dollars.
a week ago, ami is still very ill.
gentlemen down there will have the
Classes to bo as follows: Children's miles north of town, were taken down
Th»» (Jit'noniifii reports that a Port
A- Gilroy, monument
Allx'rt E. Hammoud, who l.ad a graxl effect of making the dauces more en- Graining, Glazing,
class Satnr»lay aft» rn<«>ti from 3 to 5. with brain fever last Satnrday, and the
hind commission house rei-eivcd one
posts............................. i 6.50 day this w««ek 161 barrels of Baldwin IKMition in M »ntann with th" N. P. R. j«»y *il»lc to the young iHdms.
Advatiivil «dass Satunlay evening, lie-
one, a bal>e 17 months old, Adeline Hunter, nursing iKear
R. civil engin»»ering department, wa
ginning nt 8; lieginnera' class Tuesday younger
ney’s ................................. 56.00 ' selling al 84.50 a barrel. Apple pro offered a more satlsfactory position in the |a,t.lmaster, says: “I saw in th«»
•■vt niug from s to 10. Saturday eve. other, a little fellow three years The
old, M rs. Baber
of (\ II'. Ai/ern
March 2d. wdl be a reception for the
1 duction is not likely to reach the d«»-
Northwestern Millir that the people
W. Letner. nursing Stinitt
20.1 HI mand for years to come.
nminbcr- of th»» dancing cluli aud their «lied Tuesday night.
The dynamo for the el«»ctnc light F. R o | ht . ß mo. rent cits pound. 12.50
ft . nds.
ii Prof I.i-hter will leail
Creek. II»» is one of the many who failed to
Mrs. Henry Smith,
We learn that tin» Walbridge or
a < I» ria hi h»r on«» hour, the rest of the works arrived last wtn-k. aud it will be
within promptly hug the sw«»et opportunity
spent several »lays
eVeumg to I h a six ial dance. All are but a short job Dow to have all the
was passing. Now, however, is
Stre«-t commissioner P(»tters<»n was incorporata»! aud will be started up the past «»■».•k. visiting her sister. Mr«. that
co- lll.liv UlVlted. '1 lie lx-st of IIIUHIC machinery in piac«» ready for operation.
for the season in a few »lays. A I. W. Burris. Mr«. Smith was on her the convenient time for a merchant to
will I in attendatK«». Saturday aftor- The Pelton whe«-l was set up and put orders»! to buil»l enlewalk immediately again
2' , miles long, has alm» return home from a trip dowu int«> s>-!tle down to big business 111 Keno.
The entire stock of Groc
11" ui a 1» I » I tion will lie given to tile in motiou several «¡ays ago. The poles in front of J. L. Pennington's lot. <>n Uew tramway
\ mighty tr.i>lo wdl come here and the
«•ommenc«»d, to an extensive tim California.
i hil.il« n. th'-.r parents, and friends. A for the line pre alxuit all set. rendy for Main str»et. cost to lx* assiese«! to J. been
&c., of C. A. Nutlev,
to seize it is passing on
ber tifili. I Yreka Journal.
E. E. Reilfield, of Linkville. was on opportunity
ci : mJ invitation 's extended to those stretching the wires.
will be sold at auction at
Strei t commissioner instruct»»! to
who are iiitk.iAste.1 to l>e present on this
Barekliulter H.istv keep in sttx'k yesterday morning's train, rein
The carpets for the new liot«»l ar notify B. F. Myer to build sidewalk 111 Harman's
Th«» f» et<x>iiery of the Keno hall was the store of Martin «& An
home from the ritte slnxitmg nia'
ix-e.i hui . For information aa to terms, rived
last week, aud are Is-ing rapidly
artistically perform»»»! for Washington's
etc., call <-n or address Prof. D. c. and skillfully laid by a f»,rce of men front »if his place within ten days, ami holders and pimcils. It strengthens Canyonville. Elmer Gazley t»» >
if said walk is not built in that tim«» the grip on the ¡x'nbolder ami easi's first money m th'i^i-ont»-*', ami Rol- birthday. A hand, attached to the drews on Saturday, March
I.es’i r. Central lions«'. Ashland.
under charge of G. H. Tyler. Thecar- commissioner to build it. as by ordin tho fingers from cramp anil fatigue t'lelil, seeoml.
coding al»ove the wreaths t«r.d bantiers, <)th, i.SiH), Sale positive and
¡s'ts are hamlsotne Ixxly Brussels and ance provided.
Ori-goa SwaHip L iik K
lifteil tiie American flag from the bea»l
H. W. Izowrey and family.
tap«-stry and give the nximsan elegant
The matter of purchasing a tire b»'ll
of a beautifully draptai cradle, reveal without reserve.
W,1-hinu'on »h-pHU h, Feb. -I ,
»ami luxurious appearance. Thret» car
Go to corner Main and Granite streets Himilioldt. Cal., stopped a short time
Tiie secretary of the interior has loads of h.-indsome furniture will arrive was referred to the tire ami water com- for paints, oils, varnishes, brushes, in Ashland this week, visiting Mrs. ing the proper qnantitty of snggestive-
J. W. ALNUTT,
niltf««». with power by the eouuuittee.
ni-ss beneath the stars, and letting the
tin illy approx» .1 the lamls remaining this week.
to oriler lx II if thought best.
~tii[»'s full gracefully over the si«le.
m uh ' i known as list No. 5, ami
Oriiertxl that the record» r make out ing papers. Estimates uuute on paint They were en route for a new home m The »lance was gay. and the supper,
At the annual meeting of the Ash
foiimi. after careful examination, to lie
IS'ttun up by .Mrs. Zevely in her usually
swamp lands, and amounting to alxiut laud Hotel Co. lust Saturday, the fol an itemised statement of th»1 sums ex- tions, etc.
St<»«‘k holder's Meeting.
Jesse Anthony, of Anthony Bros.. happy sty I»», was feetive.
I 1. ih >> ncres.
I lie lamls are hx’ated lowing directors were elects«! for one l»sii'i»-»l by the city in hiring nurses
chieliy in Kiamath. Lake and Grant year: H. B. Carter, A. C. Helm, G. S. same to the city attorney so that be
A Mr. Earle, who lias been clerk for Meeting <»f the Stockholder* of tiie .
Hotel < «»nij-HUA for the election of di
Says th»- Linkille.Sf»//-: Rev. Joseph the electric lights at that place, was th»“ compatiy at Klamath City, has land
<«>unti«'s. < >regon. t ins list originally Butler. D. R. Mills. J. C. Tolman. The
rectors, an<i such other bii-ines* as may
Hamilton, who has bad the pastoral
directors elected officers as follows:
emlir.i ■•■»1 over'.MM**• acres.
legally come before it, will l>c held in the
the Ashland Woolen Mills on Mon
A delegati«>n representing a large l*r» siilent, H. B. Carter; vice president, ney estate for the amount thus ad charge of th»» Presbyterian church of Tut hill, ami examined the new plant ryphal burg. He Says the company oHitcof
o’clock 4» in.
this place for the past six months, bade here. 11.» will next visit R»«eburg.
nnmlK-r of .—-tilers in Southeaatern < >r- A. ('. Helm; secretary ami treasurer. vanced. Adj»>urne<L
willsiMin r»--coinmetiC'-op» rationstia-r«. day. Feb. 24, lss'.i al 2 W.
H. A tkinson , Sec.
the church and its meiulxTs a final
i-g» »n.was preut-nted to the commissioner W. H. Atkinson.
Real Estate Sales.
farewell a few days ago, and left for ley years ago. lint who has lx»cn m of town lots, hail they chosen." he as
of the general laml offi<«> yewterday. by
McFadden's Uncle Tom’s Calun Co.
Mrs. Esther W«x»llen has sold to Port lami. < »regoli, where la» expects to Eastern < .»regon since, has solil out Iu« sorts, as several nu n offi-red 82000 for
Ih-presentative Hermann. They came
- re to protest against the approval of which did the "chest nut act” at Granite Benjamin Fox the house and lot on timi more lucrative fiekls.
ranch property east of th»» mountains, tliris' lotsaml 83000 for five. The com
-'■l»Tti»»ns of certain lamls. which they
At Burckbalter A Hasty's yon can ami will return to Jackson »•»uinty to pany is wealthy ami merely straighten The Hiinuul niectiiijf of shareholders nf
. — ert hue I hh - p falsely c«»rtitie»i as straitened financial circumstances here. Skidmore stn-eta; consideration. 81KMI. tin»! the finest line of writing tablets, live. He was in the valley last week, ing out things." Pumping Mr. Earle West Ashland Diteli i oinpany will be held
McCall’s hall, Ashland. <>r., on Saturday,
is banl work and drawing it mild at in
swamp lands. an»l upon which th»»se
W. E. Price h is sohl to Richard note and letter paper, of all grades; lookiug for a farm.
March 2d. 1 *»’*'•, »it ’ o'clock p. in.
.« !tl»-rs have built their homes ami well known here and has numerous Chmoweth, a carpenter who recently time lxxjks, pixtket memorandum
Ky order of president.
(’. II. G illette .
Mr. D. A’. McBride. <>f Winnemucca,
b in- eultivate.1 the soil for the last four friends, but he certainly made a mis arrived from San Francisco, a lot on b»x)ks, memorandum blcxtks, note and
Frank McMullen, a man who for sev
y »rs. ami which they allege are living
Chestnut avenue, 66 feet front; consid receipt blanks, scratch Ixxiks, bill in town, his first visit to Sq/it In-rn • *n- eral years inn! Ixa-n subject to epilepsy,
manipulate»! hi the inter»«t of laud
books, pens, inks and pencils to be gon. A!r. McBride is a brother of J. was buried on Butte creek Friday.
synilicates and mouopolista.
A. T. Kyle reports the following: fourni in th« oity.
m well stocked wood yard back of
A. McBri 1«. who was here, ami Ixnight
Doubtless the handsomest thing ever A. T. Kyle to Michael Chalan. of Vir
the Novelty block, corner Main and Har«n
tbe Broadswonl farm up across Bear and also a pres«-ntimeiit, "The next dine
What Kbiiut a ('annery?
Pry lG-inch stow wood and 1«
issued in the way of illustrated railway
fit will I h > my last," he said, and so it atid20-inch heater
wood, delivered on short
Ashland has it« electric light and its literature is a new Ixxik "By Semi ginia City. Nev.. 10 acres of Patton to-morrow Judge Davul S. Terry, now creek some two years ago.
was. As the previous attack was com notice anywhere in town.
line new hotel lx»th alxuit ready for Tropic Seas." by E. Mel). Johnstone, $900. Also tin» side of Max Frucht's serving a term in jail for contempt,
Mr. L. H. Blakeman and wife ami paratively mil»!, the folks down there N. B. All parties hauling w«»od to town
will bwome a free man. At midnight
>.iisine~s. and m»u the thing of pnra- Several copies were receive»! by Agent
having any wood for sale iu large or small
m the Garrett lot <>pp< site h»» will Ixt releaseii from Alameda coun Mr. Mosher, of southeastern Nebraska, regur»! t lie source of this prophetio con or
w ill do utdl to call at the ott'n v of < W.
m -unt '!ii|H»rtance is to insure at on»‘e Rice from Mr. Gixxlman, head of the interest
arrive»! Wetinesdliy evening, with the ception as unearthly. Victims of fall lots,
Ayers at tin h ) m > vp corner
th»- building of a cannery her«» in time pus.-« ng» r and ticket department, S. P. w«x*k.
view of locating in Sonthern Oregon ing sickness, 1 boy ladieve. often catch
be re-arrest<xl on an indictment brought if pleas»«! with the country. Mr.
f»»r this Mason's crop of fruit ami IL R. The book describes Santa Bar-
against him by the grami jury. He Blakeman is an unci«» of Mrs. W. H. glimpses of knowltalge from founts
vegetubh's. A cannery well <>|>enite<i bara and surroundings, and is filled
that How beyond Jordan's banks.
will give ball on these »'barges, ami Atkinson, of this city.
w -ul'l »•»• of more ilirect lienefit to the with illustrations of rare elegance. It
to the lax pxu-rsiif
Pnxif in support of this «ioctrine has Si hixtl l»i«tri»'i No given
will then lx» released. | Wonder if he
town than anything else that could lie is placed on sale at 25 eta. per copy.
:> of Jack-on eoutit'y.Ore
ls-e. 31st. ixxx, is
d> --iteil here at this lime. Messrs,
W. G. Tanner went over to Mott will liegin flourishing bis long knife
now due and payable at the oftiei- of the
arrived here yesterday morning ami .Ionian, but that’s no matter, of course. s<-h»x»l
(tetdiell ami Miller otlereil to bring
B. F. Reeser has had his ten-acre Sunday.
» lerk. up '■taira In odd Fellow I»1.»«k
registered at the »lepot hotel. Mr.
hither a 81'1.000 plant if a Inmus of trivt of rich garden land tn the north
Tire ranges are la-mg cut short by on Main street. Ashlaud. Oremm Eo-rilxidv
Says a Portland dispatch of last Kea»ly is beet known throughout th«
i- exj»eet«d to pay their tax x. «x»n a-, poxd-
f.'.yxiO were assured them. Sulise- western part of town divided into one-
H. B. R»««l. the fence man. arrived Fridtiy
: The Uniteti States Fish Com state from his authorship of the liquor
bb- a- the money lx needed to carry on the
qm-ntly they have offered to bring acre lots, which he is now ready to in town again yesterday.
missioners' car arrived here to-»hiy license law which he introdui'ed in the whose scrubby cows and steers cover M'hix»l. By order of tb<-Board of Itirector-
their cannery if 82.0tM* shall I«1 put upon the market at fair prices,
J"Hs M ix. ltixtriet Clerk.
wild valleys, are beginning to s«»e
Mayor 1>. R. Mills lsexj ««•‘.ed home from Ctcurd' Alenelake. Two million legislature ami which lx»arR his name. the
Dated ttiis fitli <1ay of February, lxs',».
pleilged. C. B. Watson, win> had the ('apt. A. 1». Helman is having a large
matter in hand, rtqxirts that sulismip area of biml in the same neighborhood this evening from his Chicago trip.
T. P. Boyd. Jr., who lias lieen head try. Cultivation will enhance the value
and l.lMMf.tMJO in Pen d’ Oreille lake.
tiolis Welescciired II '111 .11 l.t Illg to al x »111 survey»-»! and [ bitted, and that part of
Lawton, of Me»lfonl, was call The fish car loaves on Monday for Red miller at the Anhiand City Roller Mills of the vast area of lands to which they
SI.H«i. ( erteiniy the remainder of town will in all Jikehbtxxl. therefore, ing It. on T. Ashlaml
frieuds last Saturday. ding. where it will receive I. i MMMKJO for some tim»» past, has rcsigued that hold legal title. They say they will
the 82.000 «-oiihi l»«‘ nnuie up if our soon have the advantage of the open
salmon fry from ttai McCloud River position, and has ac»-ept»\l a new one sell tine thousand-acre farms chea[»er
citizens were .»wakened to th«» im|x»r- ing of all m-edi-'l st ret ts and alleys.
Min. Close, daughter of A. P. Talent, hatchery, which will Ix» plante«! m the as traveling agent for Oregon of the than they can ever I m » bought here
tatice of the matter. But to make the
is very Hl with meningitis at her hum« l 'nip»|tia ami Rogue rivers in Southern Pacific Mutual Life Insurance (ami again while grass grows or water runs.
Th», rumor that Fort Bidwell will be south of Ashlaml.
enterprise of value this season it must
leaves right away to enter npon his By retaining one big farm for fine
I » known nt iini-f wh«-th«T or not the
stock and selling the rest at a low price,
«.»annery will l»e built. Farmers ami
An adventurer calling himself F. E.
they will, they say, make that one farm
at S< h la Perkins last week swindled the follow
Mr. B. Selman, of Pasadena, Cal., as valuable as the whole original ¡ hjs -
ganleuers want to know before the seems to lx» generally credited by peo
planting M-ason is past whether vege ple connected with th»» army affairs in Springs this week from San Bernanli- ing parties in Eugene by means of who spent several »lays in town within aeseion. There is no l>etter laml on
the Northwest. There is very little no. Cal.
table« «ill be want« »!.
forgeil checks signetl S. (). Wolters, the past week, was «umni<>ne»l to Sis earth than the land on the margins of
us»> for a garrison at Bidwell, ami ns
representing them to be signed by the son by telegram Tuesday morning in Klamath's rivers ami Ink««, ami next
one is needed at Klamath and it is spent tx»veral «lays visiting Airs. J. J. Htix-kn an P. K. Watters: The »dork his capacity as deputy U. S. Marshal, summer will witness a mighty change
Hurt in his Mine.
much nearer to the railroad than Bid-
E. T. Bartlett, who lias lieeu at work well, it appears like a gixxl policy to Strait, of the Ashlan«! House, return in Peters' store. 843; Abe Goldsmith. to make an arrest ami take the pris here. The ol»l st«x-kmen are right
$35; Chas. Baker. $55. The fraud was oner to Southern California. 11« in they can let hundreds <»ome to the agri
aioli» fora time in running a tunnel at <x>n»'entr.itc th » force of the two posts ing home \V«-dn«-s»hiy evening.
distxivered last Monday morning but tends to retnrn to this valley to re cultural firast on the Klamath am! still
his quartz iinn«1 »»ver on Empire creek. at Klamath.
Mrs. F. Roper gave a dinner last the scoundrel hail enca|>ed on tbe main, he says.
have mor»- loaves ami tisb<»e than ever.
m«t with an acci lent last week whli'h
Tuesday evening tn a doz««n or fifteen morning train, and has not been cap
A large numlver of the heaviest stock
might h ive re.-illte I fatally ha»l tie not
P eter the P oet .
Tlic gentlemanly jiedestrian tourist guests, in honor of the visitors from tured at this writing, although Sheriff men
of Harney Valley have Ix-en at
Iws-n fortunately discover»«! s»«ui au»i who was apprehended for offering for Nebraska at her home, Mr. ami Mrs.
SI» »an telegraphed below ami has tn»xl Salem »luring the legislative session,
glicu n ■» »le»i help. < >u I'll iirsilnv eve sale nt a s.dixiti two or three pairs of
Il:t|»|»iu«x- Hiut <’«»nteiitiii«-nt
to find him. ¡Journal.
and are now traveling homeward.
ning. several tons of nx'k fell from ••ready imide pants'' new. first said be Parker
Cannot go hand m hand if we look on
one .-i»ie of the tunn«»l xml caught him ha 1 bought them in San Francisco and
the dark sitle of » very little obstacle.
l»r. G««irg»> H. Atkinson, of Portland,
Mr. ('. ('. Holbtirg has rented Mr.
fast, breaking both lx»ui s<»f one of Ins found his wardrobe t»x> burdensome. Dunn's np|H>r farm, six miles south of superintemlent of the home missions ley and Mr. Grace, a druggist of Burns, Nothing will so darken life and make it
Eggs for Hatching
a l»nr«l‘-n (•« Dyspepsia. Ackers DiaiM-p-
legs. His arms were fr'«'. uu»l he was Afterward he said he found them under Ashland, ami moved up there this of the Congregational Church for < )r»>-
xble t«i reach a l«xis«'pick, with which i sidewalk in town, where he supposed week. Hr will prepare a large acreage gon ami Washington Territory, »lied the latter two stopped here. J. C. xln Tablets «ill care the worst form
From Wyiiiidottrn, Plymouth llorkx.
Dyspepsia. Consumption and Indiges
he smv««'»l» »1 in freeing himself. He somelxxly else bad dejx »sited them. for fruit trees.
last Monday night from pneumonia Devine will go through on this morn of
tion. and make life a happiness and Liaht Hruhuulu, Ho»r and Single
then crawl»«! t«> the mouth of the tun As they were identitieil as belonging to
Coml. Pro,rn Leghornn. White H ,7-
an»l heart disease, m his ilttli year.
pleasure. Hold at 25 I
Mr. Shepherd, father of Mrs. Milsap He first arrive»! in Oregon as a mission
nel. ami within alxuit mi hour a neigh ’ >. II. Blount, the ••minions of the law”
andottin. Pmtndge Coclmix, and
tie by Chitwixxi Bros.
boring min» r cam«' along. au»l hastened were uncharitable enough to conclude of this place, left Tuesday morning for ary in June. 1848, nml. aside from his
whose visit with their old friend.
toll nley with:» telegram to fnen.ls that the tourist was connected with his home in Iowa, intending to sell out prominence in mvleeiastical work, has Net».,
Avoid A/1/» a ranee». A worthy gen breeds. Winner» of the highmt hon
in Ashlaihi. By eight oehx'k. Dr. the ns'ent burglary there, and unkind there and com«» back to < >r< gon to stay. lieen ever since active and abl»> in nuik- are so well pleased with Southern Ore tleman. having an unusually red nose, or» at all tin largmt exhibition» for
Beelie, (teorge Yoiileand Isaac Hughes enough to sen»! him to jail to await Mrs Shepherd, who came out with him. iug known t<> the world, by tongue and gon that tlir-y will probably move to was long suspected of being a tippler the 1‘nxt eleven year». Eggs $3 per
weie on their way iu a hack over the trial.
pen, the great natural resources »if Ore Af»hlnn»l to live. Mr. Parker is one of on the sly, by those not well acquaint setting; twojfor 85. Send stamp for
mountains. From the wagon road
gon. The new Congregational church the well-known capitalists of I Its son! It- ed with his strictly temperate habits. Catalogue. A»l»lress
Tlic following from the .Sfrtfcsamn
th»‘V had to take a tramp over a pa»'k
•L M G arrison ,
Johnson A Co.« immigration in Ashland is the last one the build eastern part of Nebraska. Yesterday His unfortunate disfigurement, was
trail of seven mil»-s. They reaelie«! will Is» gixxl reruhng to the memlten* enting
Forest Grove, Oregon.
ing of which he anted ami supenn- morning Mr. and Mrs. Parker bxtk the reudliy cured l>v the use of Ayer’s
tiiereat 2 a. m.. tb* Dra'tor retluceil th«» of 1> company of Ashland: A nieml-er in the eounlry. is in town this week. teudetl to completion on lx»half of tho
fracture and splintereii th« limb, ami of th»» Oregon National Guard in tins 1 he Johnson agency ojieratew chiefly sixiety he represented, we believe.
At a Bargain
Dr. C. J- Sechrist and wife ]. ft
Bartlett was mount»''i ami rode to tbe city, y sti»r»lay received a letter from in Lx'ating immigrants from the mid
For rhappisi hands, rotighneM of
A fnll-blood Hereford bull foi sale
railw.iv station iu tune for breakfast. Hon. Bing»»r Hermann, convoying wel dle
the skin, pimples, or blotches of any
Land Office Bulletin.
states upon cheap lamls along the
ding. Cal., where they will visit the kind on the face or other parts of the at a bargain at the old Clayton place,
Friday's train brought him to Ashlaud. come intelligence to the military com railroads
doctor's mother for a few days, after laxly, apply Dutanl's Specific. It six miles south of Ashland. < »wneris
where he is now well atten»le«i.UD<1 «io-
military lull has passed congress after
('<>1. James Norris, of this place, and ton correapoDilout sends us the follow which they will proceed to Oakland, works like magic and is warranted by going out of the stock business.
cluse watching ami the president has Mrs. Lizzie Dixon, of Auburn, Ill., ing information :
where the doctor will locate to practice
An experience«! Ixxik-keejx»r iu siu- signet! it. It givesour militia KMM)im were married at Portland on Tuesday
Laud Conteste’hx-ide»!. The names his profession. Dr. Sechrist has been the druggist. Sold by T. K. Bolton.
gl.» or «ioiible entry desires a position prove«! Sprmgtiehi rifles, caiiet rifles, of this week. Col. Norris and bride of the ■ucCMsful parties are printed in one of the successful physicians of
bre«l Setter puppiee,
1« such, or Will act as itinerant l«x»k- gatlmg guns, equipage, ammunition, arrivtsl on yesterday morning’s tram, it dies.
this valley for three years past, ami
E agle M ills .
both parents are well trained and re
k»'»qx‘r for a liun’ed number of firms. etc.” Thus those companies that have and intend to make Ashland their James Hughes vs./fmimi/i Kittrrmun. takes with him the gtxxl wishes of sale.
A full lino of school books, school tneve on land and in water.
Inquire at this office.
not yet receive«! their necessary quota home. The Colom-I’s numerous friemis J. W. Southard vs. Luvy Tautur.
many friends, as well as the r.-s|»e»'t of
J. B. N f . wmaw .
Cash Patents Issned. Nos. 5586, his fellow members of the profession supplies, tine stationery, etc. at D. L.
__ north- of arms ami ammunition, will soon I* are awaiting their turn to extend con
The only place
to timl hardy
5633, 5668, 5687. 5688 and 5781.
* Minkler A Sou's.
era grown'eeei is at the Red House *. fitted out m first class style.
NEW THIS WEEK
Heiux V juv . to-night.
Musical concert Mar. 8.
Seed oats at Ashland Mill.
New stock of goods at Dean’s to-
School meeting next Monday after-
noon at 2 o'clock.
Choice tea at A'an Sant’s grocery
store at 30 eta. per. lb.
Bargains in Land
GRADY & GROW,
WHAT IT COSTS
To Shoe Yourself and Family?
You haven’t? Well let us tell you that by
buying a cheap article in leather you are
throwing away your money. Now to over-
come this trouble,
Come and See Us
The next time you want
BOOTS AND SHOES
And we will give you first-class goods
for your money and sell them to
We make BOOTS & SHOES
WARRANT EVERY PAIR
The Ashland Shoe Store,
At old stand of J. D. Fountain,
Odd Fellow’s Block
J^’Orders by mail promptly attended to.
House, Sign and Decorative
PAINTING! Spring Disorders
■ “I have used two boules
botti» or your I'aln«"«
. ,a_ ..a* _ . nerv'-a.
_ tired Olery Cumpoubd.
u». M It
lias glvea mUrr aaL-
lstactloa its an appetizer and minx! purifier.
i riner." "
brain, impure blood,
T. L, Btaxta, Watertown. Dakota.
debUltated system, all.
are the natural out-1
< omc In the Spring. A
medicine must lx- uatxl. '
»nd nothing equals
Paine's Olery Com- 1
is po-sermed by ptniiclxna. recommended by
pound. We let others druggists. endorxM by ministers, prslw-d by
praise us—you cannot' users, and guaranteed by tbe manufacturers,
as a spring metllctne w hich will du all that la
help bellevtng a dlstn- I claimed
fur It t ue It this spring, and see ixrw
quickly It tones y ou up.
Purifies the Blood.
Brigadier-General W. L. Greenleaf Burling
ton. Vt.. writes : “I have used Paine’s Celery
Full soxitinta of wonderful cures made by
Compound on several occasions, and always Pafni' i Celery Compound after other medi
with Iwneflt. Last spring, being very much cines and the lx-st phyxlclans had failed, neat
run down and debilitated, I commenced
tallng it. Two bottles made me foci like a free. There’s nothing like It.
Il.oo. Six for »s.oo. Druggists.
new man. As a general tonic and spring
medicine I do not know of its equal."
Waixs, RicHAKMOs < Co., Burlington. VL
\ LACTATED FOO
n»ot imi * cwrtacaric
IT SHOWS HOW ALL
These Shoes have all stood
the test of Granite soil and
are kept in all sizes and
D. R. & E. V. MILLS
Bargains In time Good«.
There is a fine line of leail pencils at
Burckbalter & Hastv’s, including Eagl«
l'en»*il Co.’« colored crayon« in differ
ent shades for architect's use; Auto
matic drop penal«, A. W. Faber's fin*
grade penal«, Carpenter'« cedar pen
Room»- to Rent.
cils, and a large aasortment of penal*
Nicely furnish««! room« to let at tbe for school n**.
residence of Mrs. H. Ralph on Main
street Dear business part of town. [13
Iz»ts of fine linstniments just ar
•♦ • ♦
rived at Hunsaker’s music store, and
King of Soap, $1.25, at the Red more coming. Come and make your
selection. E. B. knows bow to please
Meu’B «hoes. $1.50 per pair, at 0. H you, and will sell honest goods at hv-
In order to reduce stock we have re-
dntwd the price on all our dress gixxls.
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