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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1889)
Hold Stage Robbery.
City Council Proceedings.
Black Bart used to be considérée]
meeting of council was held
the boss" stage robber, but lie is far
R. R. Wise has moved to Sissou, Ca
Mouday evening, Sept. 2. Present,
SEITEN!BEK «. IW
afternoon. Loss heavy, but figures vouug man about twenty-five years of
W. L. Johnson went over to Yreka Couucilmen Waller, chairman, Colton,
County Seat of Josephine County
Thornton, Hunsaker and Button.
New buggy for sale by E. B. Hun-
The Largest and Most Progressive City of Its Age in Oregon.
The traveling 7tb Day Adventist Lmkville route. He first held up the
Senator Stanford’s wife has been missioner and Recorder for month of
The Ladies will give a ('nicken raker.
POPLLATION 1M84, 1Ü.
POPf I.^TIO.5 1MK9. SOOO
missionaries have pitched their gospel east-bound stage and went through spending a few days at Sisson's.
Social at tlie Cburch Tuesday Eve,
If you want fine oysters go to the
tent and are bolding meetings in Med the express-box and mail, and then
Fastest Growing Town iu Southen Oregon.
James A. Clark, the poet-singer, was
mounted the boot and ordered the
Sept. 10th. Supper from 6 to 8 priee European restaurant.
by Finance committee, were ordered
15 et*. Good Programme.
driver to go ahead till he met the on Tuesday’s tram, going south.
Townsite as shown in the
Jay Ferree ia now oue of the drivers
The new bridge built by W. C. Da other stage. Just before they met he
Mr. Thornton returned last Satur-
of the Ashland-Keno line.
ley Tor the county across Elk creek is stepped into some bushes at the road
8. 8. lonvrntion.
Eugen« Walrad, city marshal salary
complete.], and is a substantial struc side and ordered the driver on penalty 1 day from his trip down iu California.
Mr. 1). Whetstone, of Medford pre-
The pastors or the churches aud
Residence Lots from One to Five blocks from the Depot from $44 to
L. Scheiffclm, the Tombstone miue
of his life to go ahead and make no
Win. Patterson, labor and salary on
supe* intendants of tbe Suudiiy Schools cinet. has Lx»en buying property ln
city water works
sign of danger to the other driver. i discoverer, went southward Tuesday
iu Ashland are requested to meet in Ashland.
W. H. McDonald, who was mana This was done, and the bold robber evening.
H. C. Mver, mdse
CdF"NOTICE—After Sept 1st all lota will ba advanced 25 per cent
the Presbyterian church on Friday
8. Kogers, lumber
Austin W. Bish is hauling io some
ger of tbe Commercial hotel, at then went through the express aud
Mr. aud Mrs. L. I* Angle, of Med Jas.
Milton Berry, recorder's fees
eve. Sept. 6, at 8 p. m. to consider HDd hay from Dead Indian to his ranch
Grant's Pass, skipped recently, leav mail upon it. He wore no maak, and ford, were visiting friends in town last G.
W. Stephenson, livery
adopt a program for the Sunday south of town.
ing debta of about $800.00 unsettled.
J. 8. Walter, telegrams aud expenses
went ut the matter in a very cool, bus Friday.
School Convention, to be bel.l in this
A T Kyle, hay
L lzi V **iit
out for MN<1
Fred H. Rowe aud wife of Josephine D. K Mills, telegram
The Harrisburg Telegraph says the iness.like manner.
city this month.
J. S. W alter .
It is reported that there was but county speut a day or two in town re Geo. Engle, mdse
Justice who issued the warrant for
Sept. 3d. 1889.
Pre«. and your pocket book, The ad ♦ ap-
the arrest of Justice Field should be
The bill of the A. E. P. 4 L. Co. was
pears ibis week only.
t Xrnsalloiial hrm.
whom the robber asked for money.
compelle I to marry Terry’s widow.
Mrs. 8. J. Lyon, the Central Point referred to the finance committee for
Tbe frame of Col. Jas. Norrie's new
A woman who claims to be the cottage on Church street is up, and
North Dakota will be the first State, hard-working man and hated to lose photographic artist, was visiting Ash
Ou motion, the atreet committee
widow of Hixiver. one of the prisoners will soon be eucloeed.
as a State, to make provision for a sys it. Let me feel your hand, said the land Wednesday.
were authorized to establish the grade
who were suff<x*ated in the burning of
robber. When he found the hand
of Oak street from Mein to Spring St.
S. T. Culp, of Colorado, wbo WK3
tbe county jail, arrived at Medford
Ashland Bnsin««a College begins its sand acres of laud are set apart for bore evidence of toil the roblier said Swindell mines at Gold Hill, Was ui
Couucil udjourued to meet Mouday
last week with a little daughter and the here last week, talks of moving to Aah- third year()c>. 1. 1889. In this school that purpose.
the passenger might seep his money,
M ilton B erry ,
Mail has one of its peculiar, sensation land, to open a jewelry store.
no time is waste«! in dry theories, but
M. sa Lottie Sackett started last Fri
The first heat in tbe trotting race at as he wasn't robbing working men.
al, hydra-headed reports as a conse
Mr. Landers has lx.ught consider students begin actual business right Redding, Friday, was won in 4;35. It is lielieved he obtained about $100 day eveumg for Tocoma, to reroaiu
quence of an “interview” with her. able wheat in Sam's valley this season at tbe first, This has been demon
The puree was only $75, aud tbe time from the express boxes and as much
Just arrived at Hunsaker’s, a Dioe
It is generally under»t«x>d at Medford for tbe Ashland Koller Mills.
strated as tbe best and only correct was pleuty fast enough for tbe amount. from the mails. The robber is still
Miss Leuora Lucas, of Crescent City, line of embroidery aud knitting
that S. S. Pentz, the attorney wbo is
at large. The rewards offered by the was visiting her brother, Oscar Lucas, (.kime and see.
B. F. Snyder keeps his oyster par school practical. Scholarships for full —| Lakeview Exainiuer.
now tiguriug in the capacity of a de
I>oetal department, the express com
fendant in a state case iu circuit Court, lors neat and also keeps tbe beat brands course $25.00. Call on or address,
Says a facetious exchange: It is a pany and the state of California will ot this place the lust of the week.
The finest hue of groceries in
ia largely responsible for the trip of of fresh Eastern oysters.
good thing for Columbus that be is aggregate about $2500.
J. 8. S weet ,
D. L. M inkler AS on ’ s . ♦
Eugene Freeland returned Sunday city at
tbe woman aixl her daughter to this
Principal. out of tbe way. If be bad to locate
The brick is being hauled for (lan
from his vacation trip to Coos Bay,
place, he having held out to her the iard's new opera house block at the i
the show of ’92 it would be a tougher
au I is again at work iu the bauk.
Two prisoners «»scaped from the job than discovering America.
probability of money being obtain«»! corner of Main street aud First Ave
Siskiyou county jail at Yreka Tuesday
E. T. Bartlett came in last Saturday
from tbe county as damages. Tbe nue.
Following are tbe proceedings of the
night by digging through tbe fl«x>r.
Weeton claims tbe honor of having Circuit Court smoe last report:
from his mine on Empire ereek, aud
Mail said she would sue the county,
Thompsou A Butler drove a few Sheriff Moxley traced them as far as the largest manufacturing industry in
but the nearest approach to it thus
August 26, 18H*J, special term of Cir will remain iu town for some time.
far is an appeal to tiie county court bead ot ¡»roves from tbeir Cove ranch [Klamath City, and then lost their the eastern part of the state—that of cuit Court, L. R. Webster, Judge, W.
Dr. H. D. Robertson, of Yreka, re
brick making. The Westou brickyard
for money for the widow, ami to pay
M. Colvig, Prosecuting Attorney. turned Tuesday fiom Tacoma, where
on the lixikotit. The escaped prison turns out l(X),000 brick per week.
the expense of removing Hixiver's ket Tuesday.
Sarah M Sowell vs. Isaac Skeeters, be wus seriously ill for a week or more.
ers are Pat Hagin, brown ooat, dark
b.»iy from the Jacksonville cemetery
A large numlier of seats are being pants and vest, derby hat, 6 weeks
The tenth annual exhibition of tbe action at law to recover money; dis
Jos. Dame returned to Ashland
prepared for tbe county fair grounds -
missed at defendant’s cost.
seats to be distributed about the growth of beard. Ed Randall, 30 to 35 at Yreka tbe first week in October,
D. Weil, J. Weil, and L. Barb vs. 0. Tu -rd: y from hie prospecting trip
.1. E. Church Appointment*.
tlx .i ll the Salmon River cuuu'.ry,
grounds under the shade trees.
dark clothes, calico shirt, black, slouch beginning on the 2d. Tbe T idinos H. Blount, action at law to recover Cm
The Oregon M. E. Confereuco con-
Dr. W. H. Flanagan
was on Tuesday
. bat. Sheriff Moxley offers $50 for the acknowledges receipt of tbe usual money; dismissed.
clii led ita work last Monday, ami moruiug's train, takiug a carload of delivery of each man at the California complimentary tickets.
Joseph Weil vs. O. H. Blonnt, action
.M‘- holla Cardwell, of Jacksonville,
uinoug the appointments for the Eu quartz tu San Fraucisco from imuee in Stateline.
at law to recover money; dismisseil at and i
inter Mis. J. F. Fink, of Ta
The Pendleton Tribuue tells tbe plaintiff1 s cost.
gene District are the following of in- Josephine county, for a test run.
a & PenU
HUornpj of Medford
S. S. Pentz, an attorno) of Medford, following: A squaw while riding HloDg
Mary 8. Sizemore vs. John Sizemore, iu Ashlaud.
Webb street Saturday dismounted, sat suit in equity for divorce; dismiesxd.
Prc.lding Elder—S. P Wilson.
Mr. T. E. Godfrey hasc ,
sale: John Ramsdell to Lily J. King, to extort money from John 8. Stilwell, down under a tree, and in a few mo
Albany-Samuel E Memmiuger
I. R. Dawson vs. Wm. Gates, plain
A.hland- C. A. Lewi*.
lot on Granite street—part of the old uuder threat of having tbe grand jury ments mounted her cayuse with a uew tiff recovers $1958.35 ami cost aud «hs- Butte creek, Cal., aui mov 1 <
Hrown-ville—E. R EUaworth.
claim he has locatxi, uear Mc
glove factory property; con.. $250.
indict Stilwell for a felonv. Stilwell
buraements of this action.
< anyoiivllle- W. B .Moore
Go to tbeEnropean restaurant under; J*"*1
WO^11,K HU eslra?
Curialll»— II. P. SalcbweiL
Scott Gritliii vs. F. C. Wliitney, de Allister, Jos- phine county.
•Jonathan Bourne. Erq., has fallen
In uritirto make room for our fall
Collage Grove—T. P. Boyd.
heir to an immense fortune conse<jiient murrer overruled.
C. H. Lndermau returned Tuesday stock, ire iriU make s/iecial prices oh
for oue f?’,ud °n,tbe ra,nKe’ B,lli ou
H*lla.-T. F. Boyd
E. C. Kane vs. Charles G. Rippey, morning from a trip to The Dalles, all ¡toolsmid Shoes boayht of us for
Empire City —J. it. R.*>rk
fresh Eastern oysters by .the dish of ing that it belong«! to a certaiu mau on the demise of his father recently in
iu or near Medford, be sent the horse the East. Jonathan lias plenty of en action at law to recover money; de Pendleton and Biker City, and reports the ue.cj l.'i ilai/s. Oil Friday and
Eugene—<>. B. W hitmore.
B. F. S nyder .
Grant'* Pa.*—T L. Jone*.
to him. Pentz want«! Stilwell to pay terprise and being • millionaire, will murrer overruled.
all of those pliicvs lively now.
Saturilciy, Sept. >: and 7. ire will sell
Have you seen the bachelor sus a large sum of money for his blunder, make things warm on his return to
Isaac Skeeters vs. Sarah M. Sowell,
Kutmaihlnd Reservation—to be supplied.
Ladies' Fine French Kid Shoes for
and threatened to go ix-fore the grand Portland, which he purposes making cross bill iu uction dismissed at plain
Stand Fine American Kid for f'.'.'ni.
his future home. | Welcome.
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH.
We offer all one Ladies' and Child
needed on pants. Hunsaker sells horse stealing if the money were rot
W. S. Peck. Brother 4 Co. vs. O. H. with Ins wife, who has been dowu at ren's Cancan Shoes and Opera Slip-
Says a Washington dispatch of Sept.
The annual conference of the M. E. them.
forthcoming. Pentz was arraign«] in
Blount, action at law to recover money;
¡¡erg at cost. Remember this reduc
Church South was bel l at Dallas, Polk
in court Wednesday, and yesterday 1st: Tbe announcement is made here
Joseph Kirk, a native Klamath In tion lasts for l.'i days only.
A private car of the Chicago Rock I I raterixl a plea of not guilty. He lias that the uew Chinese Minister who ar dismissed at plaintiff’s cost.
county, ami the following appoint
B. L. Messenger 4 Smith vs. J. G. dian preacher, was on the train one
Island 4 Pacific, with Wm. M. Sage, ' retain«! Jinljp> Hanna and Judjje rives here soon will bring bis wife and
LVDERMAN <t CARTER.
ments are reported:
family. This is the first instance of a Binlsey, sheriff, suit iu equity for in day last week, going to Portland to at
J. W. Craig, presiding elder Oregon Traffic Manager, Hnu party aboard, Crawforil to tlefenti lmn.
woman of high caste leaving China. It junction; injunction dissolved and de tend the annual conference of the
District; Jacksonville, R. C. Oglesby; w.ia attached to Tuesday morning's
A woman -said to have Irora both is added that she will see little if any fendant ordered to reoover from plain church. -
Myrtle Creek. T. P. Haynes; Applegate, regular express tram.
tiff, Bessie L. Messenger, costs and
crazy and drunk-—named Seott,
H. B. Swafford; Grant’s Pass, E E.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Wilson, who have
Cunningham 4 Sou rejiort that R. Siskiyou county, was traveling from •onwty.
disbursements of suit.
I’bipps; Lakeview, J. W. Bryant.
R. Wise has sold to J. L. Kline two her little boy north to Portland on with
been at C. H. Gillette's place up in the
Mouday, Sep. 2d, regular term of mountains for.some time, returned to
lots ut corner of Spring aud Sth streets;
last Friday was detained about four
I'euiity Equalization Board
con., $*25o. Mr. Kline inteuds to train that arrived iu Ashland Tncsday hours at Edgewood by tbe burning of Circuit court, L. R. Welister, Judge; town tbe otlftq flay. Mr. Wilson is
evening. Coming over the Siskiyou*
The county board of equalization build ou the lota soon.
M. Colvig, Prosecuting Attorney.
First Annual Exhibition of the
she cnns«l train men and pMsengera about 500 cords of wood alongside of Chari«-« Schultz appointed Bailiff for much improveduu health.
was iu session last week, and considered
Road Supervisor Hunt hae com considerable trouble in keeping her
Mrs. Mary Boyd and her BOD, Joe,
a number of cases brought to their at
places, the train having been ordered
tention. Th« following are all the plete.! the new bridge across Neil creek from jumping through the car window to remain there until the track could appointed Bailiff for Petit jury for left by Tuesday eveuing’s train for
ciKANTS PASS has twenty aaw-miBa within a radius of twenty miles aud »hips more
changes made in aaaeozmente as listed
lumi»er and manufactured woodwork than any city in Oregon except Portland
lie cleared and reudered safe.—[Yreka term.
s|x-nd tbe winter, Mrs. Boyd's son.
by the county assessor. Bank of Ash source of great satisfaction to team- coming over in the same car with the Journal.
PAS8 has two sauh and door factorie* employing over KtOmeu: a $25.000 brick
J. C. Elder vs. town of Medford— Dr. Boyd, being locatd there.
woman ati*i when he at tempt«l to keep
opera houae in cotirw of construction. tn.Mde* several other brick structures under way;
land. which wus ax*«*»s<*l at $83,000, stars and others who travel the road.
action at law to recover money; demur
has ten general merchaudiae stores doing an aggregate business of
0 per day has a
applied for a reduction of $39,000, and
Says tbe Red Binff Sentinel ot Ang. rer withdrawn and answer tiled.
Dr. J. 8. Parson is having an office
Oscar Ijoffttis and wife came in from
first-claro graded school, a Baptist. Methodist, Presbyterian, and South Methodist churches
the board grant«! a reduction of $23.- building .-oustm.:ted on his residence threatened to shoot him with a pistol 24th: Philander Frost, of this place,
aud »everiu other church organizations. It> aocia! ad\ant ages are abreast with any town
in the valley. Two brick yards are runniug af full aneed. Incorporation papers have been
IMM), leaving the assessment SGtl.lMM). lot near tlie Presbyterian church and she earn«!, but P. H. managed to get aud a mulatto boy from Ashland, action at law to recover money; dis tbr week, to spend a wtrok or more in
” filed for a National Bauk-150,000 capital.
Zach Cameron's aseessnient increased. will soon have it finished aud fitted hold of tbe weapon first, dlseharg«! Oregon, named Scoti, '•rolled” a man missed at plaintiff’s cost.
ih father E. E. Lofftus.
GRANTS PASS is surrounded with the timber wealth of Michigan the precious metals
$5DiM>; Allen A Kingsbury's assessment up iu comfortable and attractive style. ttie one load«*! chamber out the win in Redding last night at tbe race
of Colorado, the semi-tropic fruit fields of Southern California, and last but not least the
James S. Rogers vs. Chance Hosley. has b«jen down iu Lake county for
golden grain fields of Oregou.
reduced $1750; E. K. Anderson's as
GRANTS PASS receives and »-hip« through Wells. Fargo <k Co and other sources over
The contract to build thestoDe walls conductor, The damage done when arrested aud put in jail. Scott tied action at law to recover money; verdi«*t
sessment reduced $1240; Z. P. Webster
of gold dust annually Has daily stage communication with Crescent City
r And continuing Five Days.
Mr. ami Mrs. —. —. Price, who have
reduced $250; Abram Bish, increased for the new county bridge across Bear the train reach«! Ashland amount«l for bis life, and an officer fired three
and other ' oast pointe, and is situated at a point on lhe ma.n line of the Oregon and Cal
where a divitjou of territory take* place between Portland aud San Fran
E. K. Anderson vs. Hammon Bros.. been stopping iu and near Ashland
$650; John Sizemore, reduced $12'10; creek at Songer's place south of Ash to a broken car window glass and shots after him. but the youug rascal
suit for au injunction and to cancel for several mouths, «rocking health hu <1
escaped with a whole akin.
R. K. Sutton, reduced $615; John F. land, was awarded Wednesday to a frame.
GRANTS PASS, in nddition to having a large and extremely fertile country at ita back,
the lease of plaintiff's orchard uear pleasure, left for Portland Tuesday
Armstrong, increased $1200; John Jacksonville man for $545. There were
1« surrounded by w hat will eventually prove to be the largest and the richest gold produc
lug mote than
A halfxlozen light, - coff«*-oolor«l
It is not generally known here, says
ing region in the Uuited state«. There are placer mines now’ in operation within forty
H Tburger. re In \>d $»0; I. B. Wil four or five bids in.
men anti as many women of the same the Redding Free Press, that the gov Talent to defendants. Judgment by evening where they will probably spend
miles of the town yielding a« hieh a« $10jicr atiutim each. There is one quartz mlu©
liams appeared and stated that $375
Amoug the students at Ashland tribe attracted much attention on the ernment paid to the Chinese consul the court for defendants. [The case
(the Exchequer) within twelve miles ot the town, «hipping ore in car load lota to th«
should lie added to his assessment and State Normal School the opening week ears at tbe Ashland depot last Satur tbe sum of $8<)i)0 to indemnify tbe will be appealed to the supreme court.
Selby Smelting Works of San Francisco, that goes from $10J to F00 per ton in gold; and
Mr. \V. T. S. Patton came up last
There is the best mile race-traek in the
there is little doubt but w hat hundreds of other mines in Josephine county would prove
taken from that of J. F. Armstrong, are Delpha Masterson, Gold Hill; day morning after it was whisper«! Chinese who were compelled to leave
The horse case—Daniel Wilson vs. Thursday from his farm on Rogue State on the grounds, and there will be run
equally asg<xxi If thoroughly and intelligently developed. It ha* been estimated that tbe
which was done. The road-bed, rolling Hope Hunter, Wolf Creek; Annie about on the platform that they were R'-ddiug by tbe Anti-Cbiueae League Eli Dahack -came np Wednesday for river near Grant’s Pass, suffering with ninii and trotting races each day.
pla -er gold output from Jackson and Josephine counties from 1M9 up to lhe present time
stock, etc., of the S. P. R. R. Co. was Harvey, Talent; W. R. Dement, Myr cannibals from tbe South Sea Island*, ot Forty. Such, however, is the case. auotber trial and a jury was obtained fever and liver troubles. He has Laron
will foot up $'.0,‘>'0 Ooo. Here the question of determiuing the true \alue of the county as a
Price« of Aflmbtlon;
mining region nat urally arises. Did this enormous vield of coarse gold come dowu from
Men's Dav Ticket
useessed at $2500 per mile. Represen tle Point; Geo. L. Helms. Talent'
wbo bad txron at tbe Paris Exposition [The Press swallows tbe fact with a from the regular paue). Tbe value of under the treatment of Dr. Songer, aud Women
clouds, or did it come from the mother lodes still undisturbed in the mountain ranges
tatives of the company appear«! before
anti were on their way home to enjoy a very wry face, and thinks the govern tbe horse was alxiut $40. hu «1 tbe costs is considerably better.
of Southern Oregon* Judze for yourself City and suburban property in the town of
Men’s Season Ticket
Twenty-one bead of fast race horses square meal. They were all large,
the Imard and applied for a reduction
Pas* is from one to five hundred per rent cheaper than it is in any town of like
ment a-------- fool for doing it. |
Deputy Assessor John May returned
population on tbe Pacific Coast. Wr have been instructed by the owner» of the original
to $645.75 per mile, but the board re from Montana passed through Ash muscular and oleaginous kxiking speci
Send to the Secretary for Premium list.
(w ho are non-residents to close out the unsold portions of the townsite, consist
Some of the women teachers in the
fused to make any reduction whatever
mens of humanity, anti several ot tbe
ing of lot' and blocks, and we «re going to du so regardless of future tallies. We have an
GEO. W RIDDLE. President.
going first to Oakland and tbeuce to men were bngbt kxiking ami rather San Fraucisco public schools want to
The following men were sworn as he bad been assisting the assessor to
in the assessor's valuation.
acouaintatice with every town on the Pa rifle < «st, extending from Euaenada to Alaska,
Sacramento. They are all trotters handsome. Tbe women didn't seem introduce sewing as one of tbe Grand jurors; W. M. Morris, R. Ben finish up tbe clerical work of this year’s
aud we have no hrsi’aucy in pronouncing Gram» Pass one of the bes* places for Investment
in the Pacific Northwest. Lot« that are uow offered for >100 each in tne original townsite
Southern Orrgou Uistrict Fair.
and pacers, aud oue of them hae a rec to have “caught on” to the Parisian "branches" to be taught. Boys as well edict, Wm, Mansfield, C. B. Kings assessment. He experts to start Sun
will represent <1000 each five years hence just a* sure a« that time arrives. $40 000 worth of
The Southern Oregon Fair lias de- ord of 2:1B4'.
property was sold during the late excursiou aud the balance i» to be closed out within the
devices for giviug grace and st«»adiness as girls are to take the course, and as bury, George Maegerly, Emil Barbe day evening for Spokaue Falls.
veloped the fact that Jackaon county
Mrs. Susan M., wife of Thos, May to the contour of the “female form |
Sheriff Childers aud wife and Mrs.
N otz .—The block* abutting on the railroad have 25x100 foot lots, ranging in price from
in well represented in thoroughbred hew, who had been ill for a year or divioe," or else they were taking a rest kuitting and crocheting. There is ■ foreman.
M. E. Williams and children came in
$120each. All other lot' are 50x100, with 20 foot alles wav», and range in price from
The grand jury found true bills from Linkville last Friday. The
stock. In cattle all the standard longer with consumption, died at her from a too formal environment of cos kicking in some quarters at tbe pro
to $150 each, The court house i< in bl*x k 15, school house block 13, the leading hotel tn
block 11. and the new 425,000 opera house in block No. 40, Baptist church block 21, Metho
breeds are represented, and the well home iu this place on Tuesday, Sept, tume. A French and English inter posed innovation, ami tbe advocates ng.nust tbe three boys held for burg daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Childers and
dist church, blot k 3. The title to thia property is absolutely perfect. Terms, half cash
«wtabliaUed reputation of Jackson 3d, at 3 o’clock a. tn. The funeral wus preter with the party said lhe people for and agams* have resorted to the lary ot Blount's *torr. One, young the t»o children of Mrs. Williams will
balance in one year ai 10 per cent; 5 per ceut off fur cash
For additional particulars address
countv horses both as speed and ou Wednesday, interment in Harga- were natives of the Island of Tahiti, newspapers in which to air their views. Simmons, could not be fouud, and Ins attand school h I Salem this year.
bail ($100) was forfeited. Maurice
draught horses baa been fully dem dine cemetery.
and were on their way home from
onstrated by the large sale to outside
Pans, via San Francisco. Whether or
The militia company began holding not any of these hail ever feasted on ald. referring to tbe slogging match jury and bis bail was entered as for Ashland depot, resigned his position
markets. The building committee
at Sisson, says that a constable sec feited, but he was arrested next day last week, and is succeeded by Mr. That wards off old age, like
General Agents Townsite Co.,
Portland, Or., or
are already taxed to the utmost to weekly drills again this week aud human flesh, he didn't say.
onded one of tbe contestants and by Deputy Sheriff Taylor in Ashland. Massey. Mr. Agler went to Portland Ponce de
supply stalls and sheds. The track there promises to be a lively interest
Hon. W. W. Fowler, one of the early when be saw bis mau getting the Sayle was arraigned, aud was to plead Saturday, and will probably take a
is ii: nee condition and advices from shown in the company this fall and
other counties fully indicate a much winter. Arrangements are being made pioueers of Southern Oregon, but of worst of the fight, in the twenty yesterday. A. S. Hammond was ap position on one of the railroads at the spring in which one could
larger attendance I ban has been here for the construction of a target range recent years a r«>sident of Oakland, fourth round, he jumped into tbe ring, pointed by the court as ins attorney.
bathe and be voting again,
J. D. Synoo. the tramp arrested for
tofore anticipated. That the fair has outside the city for competitive sboot- Cal., died at the latter place on Mon showed his star aud a pair of hand
Walter M. Burckhalter, of Truck«»», has enthused and filled with
no local claims is something that
Neither mau was declared the wiuuer, house, plead guilty not sentenced yet. Cal., a resident of Ashlaud some five or
should commend itself especially to
hope many who long for
Messrs. R. P. Earhart, Win. Kapus. about 75 years. He was a brolher-in-
8. S.Pentz was indicted for attempt six years ago, speut several days here
the people of this county. It is to Donald Macleay and John McCracken, law of W. C Myer ami E. K. Ander an out-come that created a great deal
ing to extort mouey by threats, Plead during the past week. Walter now better days, but, alas, such
advance the interests of stock grow prominent citizens of Portland, were son, and related to several other prom of indignation.
hae a responsible position in the large
ers, agriculturists and horticultur on Mouday eveuing’s train, going inent pioneer families of this couuty.
may never l>e real
Tbe total original cost of tbe Brit not guilty.
him . ring and mercantile business of hop«
ists, and each should feel a personal home from San Francisco, where they Mr. Fowler was one of tbe leading ish war ships of all sorts at the last
bu ui 'Ixrat Truck«**.
there is an elixir
interest in the diversified industries hail attended the commercial confer men at Jacksonville in the rich min Spithead review, paraded for the in
A. Webb and two children that is making better and
of this district, knowing that what ence called by the S. F. Chamber of ing days during the early '50's, having spection of the Emperor, was £16,-
of M«<>: »rd, started last Monday on the
built tbe first cabin in lhe town. All 853,765 Tbe numlier of ships present
ever enhances the value of any pro Commerce.
Dr. It Pryce, of Medford, is over at same tram wirh Mr. aud Mrs. J. P. True brighter days, lifting debt
the early pioneers of Jacksonville aud was 73; of torpedo taiata. 38. The
duction is reciprocal in its lienefits
Street Commissioner Patterson has tbe couuty will remember Mr. Fowler's weight of mxtal contained io the heavy Coleetin this week.
for a trip to Indiana, to vi it
to the people of the entire district.
from the shoulders of the
Gus Landers went north Wednceilay home. Mr. Webb went wr'i
Douglas county is going forward in been at work this week on the fill over connection with the first cnmiual guns was 8,GD!» toifr. The tonnage
putting new life
was approximately 3l's>.o<>0 tons. Five
preparations for a fine exhibit, with
train met there.
the energy and vim that indicates a while it cannot lx» completed at once, which Mr. Fowler act«! as alcalde. hundred and Hixty-uine gnus, irres
prosperous county, and an enterpris owing to the difficulty of ratting the In 1852 a miner uam«l Potts was shot pective of quick brers and machine house proprietor, is in town this week.
Mrs. I). P. Wai rad started
ing people, who desire to represent
guns, compoaed tbe armament.
morning for DeKalb county,
Mrs. O. ;C<x>lidge returned Monday for a visit of a mouth or two with rel-
their section at its liest. Jackson come, yet it will be passable now. au<l bler named Brown -shot down with
county will not be behind although
at'ves at. her old home there. Mis. --------------- ......... ....... ................. ...
«*stablish«i court and tbe community companies iu Portland will substitute Sacramento.
adversity of seasons will not admit bridge.
Walrad is one of the old residents of
of such a display as would do this
People who come from Lake county
Ashland, and it will lie her first tnp to Where you can buy one-
part of the state justice, and climatic to Ashland say they hear terrible ritorial government, tbe miuers organ after December 25th. Il is tbe Mult land several years ago, was in town u Illmois since leaviug there iu 1360.
half cheaper than under the
causes .will be duly considered by stories alxmt tbe wagon road from ized aeoort of tbeir own. elected W. nomah Street. Railway Co., and their day or two this week while eii route
J. H. Chidlen. of MiunvH|»>lis, an
outside exhibitors for the reason that Linkville to this place, and are told W. Fowler, judge, chose a jury, aud lines run on Washington and B streets. from Sisson to Portland.
uncle of Geo. (’. Eddings, of tins place,
all are alike affected by it. Let every that the road dowu tbe Klamath river tri«l Brown according to tbe laws of Ten ears have tx-en ordered, the motors
Mrs. W. H. Fear, of Portland, spent
body bring the best exhibit they can is actually a pleasure drive. Tbe ani ngbt ami wroug. He was found attached to which will have sufficient aeveral weeks recently visiting her left for the East Weduesday. Mr. have the cash, the hard,
to the fair and there is every reason mus of the comparison made by some guilty of a cowardly murder, and was power to draw a seooml car. and in case brother, R. E. Drum, of Table Rick, Challen came out last spring and lias cold cash, and a thousand
spent most of the summer in the Butte
to believe that it will be both cred of the people out in Klamath county banged to a big oak tree close to of an emergency one of the present returning to the city last week.
towd—that court had a salient influ cars can lie attached to the motor cars.
creek country with T. E. G«xlfrey. will buy double the value
itable and satisfactory.
is very plain.
He g«x*s East on business and will re
ence upon tlie morals of lhe young Tbe new cars, when crowded, carry
The Yreka aud Scott Valley stage mining town, and the prompt and just ninety people each. The present sta
Good Hord> fur Ashland.
turn iu a few weeks to take up his that can be gotten by credit;
had a runaway accident Tuesday
then a small margin and a
Th.' AlaitK-an, a weekly journal pub coming down Forest mountain, caused disposal of the first murderer act«! as hlee of the company will lx» changed ou a bnsincSH trip, and took a few nice retmleuce in tbe Rogue River valley.
lished at Sitka, the principal town in by brake giving way. The horses ran a warning to desperate characters there- to a pow<>r-bouse, in which will be two samples of Ashland fruit with them.
sale and you can buy
Dr. Chas. E. Beebe returne«l a few
Mr. Fowler later was one of tbe eighty-horse-power eugiues. The oth They return«*! W«*luesday moruing.
Alaska, had the following >u Ita issue away down the grade upsetting and afer.
days ago from a trip down into the and go home with money
owners of tbe Fowler lode on Apple er principal street railway compauy has
of Aug. 17lh:
smashing the stage and brnisiDg up
Chas. Hosley, of tbe firm of Hosley Sacramento valley, and has concluded
Our honorable Collector of Customs' the five passengers Miss Higgles, gate, which yielded more than $31)0.- not yet decided what stjle of motive 4 Pelton, will start with bis family to to move to Wootiland, Yolo countyj'to in your pocket, owing no
enthusiasm as regards the progress of Miss Timmons, and Messrs. Hopper, considerable money he removed to will prolnbly intnxlnoe the storage morrow or next «lav on a trip to Wis practice bis profession. Tbe d«x*tor
body. The birds will sing
the city of Ashland and the encomi Hickey. Frost, Hughes and Mike Gar Oaklaud, Cal., where he iiv«l up to battery system.
consin, for a six weeks’ visit at their liH«i h good practice in Ashland when
ums which be has paid to the great vey, driver.
the wild winds'
tbe time of bis death au honored and
future iu store for it, do not appear at
Says the Crescent City Record of
some months ago to try the hotel bus I whistle over the hills and
all exaggvr'itevL A reporter of the ordered t be finest lot of winter suit
last week: “Deputy V. S. Surveyor and B. G. Crumrine, of Elk Point, Da iness as one of the proprietors of The
Ahutkun met a gentleman last week, a ings ever seen in Ashland, which will
Harvey aud crew wbo left here last
were registered at tbe Ashland Oregon.
passenger to Sitka on the steamer Geo. be ready for inspection in a short time.
week for the purpose of surveying five kota,
House this week. They are kxiking
W. Elder, who in a brief interview There will be no excuse for town peo
Talk about late-keeping apples!
told the newspaper senile many things ple sending their money away to the Mr. G. T. Morse brought into the suspended operations. According to for a new location.
Miss Laura Glenn, of Oakland, Cal.,
•bout the progressive city iu Jackson
the corners were to be ta
when they can get better satis T idings office Saturday a well-pre- instruction
arrived iu Ashland tbe first of the
county which corroborated in every city,
served apple of the crop of 18X8, which ken from the State line between Ore- week, to spend a few days visiting rel
way the atatv-meuta of Mr. Max Praclit.
gou aud California, but after survey
The visitor referred to was, like many the money should lie kent here. Wait he ha« kept in the cellar at his place ing about four miles on this hue it atives-the families of G. F. Billings
and W. C. Myer.
others at this seaaou of the year, ou a
Pippin, and Mr. Morse brought with was found that further traces of the
pleasure ami business trip combined.
former survey had been obliterated.
Harry L. Todd, of Gridley, Cal., a
Traveling by rail from Hau Francisco
same tree. Southern Oregon ap- When the survey was made some fif printer and an old member of Prof,
to Portlrud be determined to atop «-IT
years ago, the witness marks aud (laniard's orchestra in California, ar
*’eat *1’*’ world for fine quality teen
it Ashlaud, h iving bean! so milch of or the completion of tbe contem
comer» were cut on young trees, ami rived here Snnday, to play with tbe
plated water work* for that place to and long life.
it and its advantages that bis wish w;
since that time tires have gone through orchestra this fall and winter.
to investigate ma era for himself. He Adkins 4 Webb for StD’47.50. A con
Mr. Noah Allen, of Wagner creek, that part of the country, completely
A private car carrying John Sloane
found Ashland to be a live and proe- tract for $35S0 for tank and tower treated the T idixos to a box of fine destroying all signs of the former sur and family, of New \prk. who came
pero'isinty inereasiu ’ rapidly in growth had IwM-ti let Ix-fore. The bid of Ad peaches from his place, three miles vey. Mr. Harvey has written the out to Tacoma with Sidney Dillon,
•vud prosperity, with handsome build- kins 4 Webb, a borne firm, on the above Taleut, last Monday. They Portland Land office for instructions weDt south ; yesterday. ""
tug’, manufactories of its own, electric maiu contract* was atxint $115(1 lees were from a s<»edling tree, and for in the matter.
east over the Oregon Short Line.
lights, and all the conveniences aud than that of John Barrett, of Portland, quality and flavor were about as
Among the guests registered at The
Frank M. Albaugh, a Marion county
luxuries of modern civilization. Situ the only other bidder.
choice as any we have been lucky
Oregon Sunday were Geo. E. Bloomer
ated in th« heart of a tine fruit ami
James S. Shattuck aud C. J. Jillson
farming <-oi;ntry with a climate and came oter from Henley last Friday to young orchard of sixty peach trees, highway robbery last Friday even and Miss E. E. Hanley, of Jacksonville;
soil almost ucsurpassevi, the gentle spend n day or two in town. Mr. all of which are »«rodlings. and he ing. He had sold his wheat at Mac. T. A. Harris and Fred O'Bryant, of
man's opiuion was that for an inland Jillson has suspended mining opera prefers them to buddeil trees. He leay and received a check for the Mtaiford, and Geo W. Cooper, of
town there was no better spot ou the tions for the present owing to lack of has a good location for fruit growing, amount, some S11IM), which be had ' Yreka.
George 0. Gorham, tbe prominent
Pacific elope iu which to buy real es water supply, but in digging a well at and a large tract of g<xxl orchard laud gone to Silverton and cashed. He re
ceived the money in gold, and put it politician well known in California
tate, there being every certainty of a his place, he struck pay gravel far lie- yet covered with brush.
in his pockets and started borne on and at Washington City, where be now
large return for the investor who was low tbe thick stratum of sand-rock.
Some of the finest, if not the choic horseback. When he had proceeded resides, was on last Thursday evening’s
shrewd enough to purchase either town au<l is convinced that hiB “lower chan
lota or fruit land. During his few days' nel" theory is correct—that is, that an est of all the peaches grown in Rogue on his way home as far as Drift creek north-bound train, eo route for Seattle,
sojourn hi the city the tourist bad old channel of rich gold-beanng gravel River valley this scasan were in the bridge, about three miles south of and returned southward yesterday.
heard much of Mr. Praght, many peo exists below tbe sand rock, which is orchards of L. W. Rogers and P. Gris Silverton, two men emerged from the
Messrs. Long. Million and Waldroop
thick brush there and with pistols pre
ple whom be met giving it as tbeir generally supposed to be below all pay
channel of Ashland creek below town. sented at his head, ordered him to get returned Monday from Pelican B iy.
opiuiou that Ashland had lost one of gravel.
Tbe rain, and cold and windy weather,
off of his horse and throw up his hands. drove
its truest fneu-lH when Mr. Praclit
them home sooner than they an
Jack Dempsey, wbo has knocked quality of the fruit were XXX fine. He had to comply, and the thieves
changed his resilience to Alaska. It
ticipated, and conee^nently they are
out more fellow pugilists than any- Mr. Griswold packed 1500 Lxixes of took
whs his belief that to Mr. Praclit is due
the $1100 in gold, and a email very mmn on the subject of fish and
the greater share of the credit for mak tx> iy, but was “done up" by La Blanche, peaches from nis 280 four-year-old sum in silver from his pockets. After
ing Ashland so well known among at San Francisco last week, was trav trees.
robbing bim. says the Statesman, one game.
Chae. H. Brown, a nephew of W. H.
outsiders and of inducing capitalists to eling to Portland on Wednesday eve
the scoundrels made an advance to
embark in enterprises tendiug to assist ning's overland train, aud tixik supper land peach that weighed 13W ounces, wards Mr. Albaugh and told him he Kentnor, of thi* place, arrive,! here
Wedneeday morning from Douglas Is
iu the city’s development.
full, the other day. Good size for a ba.1 a notion to blow out his brains land.
Alaska, where he has bad a posi
The Alanknn is correct in its in to be very nuwilling to be gazed upon freestone peach.
anyway, and made a demonstration
formation that our town 1-jet one of its
with bis pistol as if to follow the in tion for several years in the large
most euterpnsiug and progri-ssive citi late whipping - but. those wbo saw
It is an unpleasant fact to face i but clination of lne mnrderone notion. quartz mines there. Mr. K'-ntnor and
zens with Max Pracht’s departure for him say that, with tbe exception of a one that should be known and appre Mr. Albaugh in his fright grabbed bis nephew bad never met before,
the field of his official duties in Alaska. battered nose, be did not look much ciated by our orchardmen) that the the pistol, and it was discharged, tear tbongh informed as to each other's
codlin moth has swept dowu upon the ing an ugly bole through hie hand, whereabouts.
During bis residence here Mr. Pracht the worse for “Tbe Manne’s" blows.
apple trees of Southern Oregon with but breaking no bones. While Mr.
did much valuable service for Ashland
“Andy” Carter, one of the Jackson
Mr. C. T. Sherman, of Bucoda, W. a remarkably sudden onslaught. Last Alliangh still held the pistol, it was county pioneers, who still carries in
by bis successful efforts to attract
hither capital andeuterpnsingcitizens T., recently purchased by letter of year it was almost impossible to find again discharged, the bullet putting a his wrist the mark of a bullet wound
aud to spread abroad the fame of our W. C. Myer, the well-known stockman a wormy apple in Ashland, while this hole through bis coat and vest, sink from the rifle of a Rogne River In
beautiful valley and ita delightful cli of Ashland, several head of full-blood season most of the apptas which fall ing bis watch, fearfully denting it and dian, received at the Dunn place, at the
mate and rare horticultural resource» Shetland pouies. Last week Mr. Sher from the trees before ripening are glancing off. Had the first roblx»r time Mr Dunn »as shot in tlx» shoul
Mr. Preebt is a chief disciple of the man arrived here to take bis stock found to have the grub of the codlin taken tfie watch, Mr. Albaugh would der and Major Barron’s partner, Gibbe.
gospel of push and enterprise, and a away, and also purchased several more moth within them, or else tbe ragged most certainly have been killed by the was killed by Indian prisoners, and
shining example of success iu making head of ponies from Mr. Myer, so that little cavern from which it has second shot, aud be shudders to think other Indians who came to tbeir rescue
it win. It is pleasaDt to find him still Saturday morning wheu lie left, be emerged. Our fruit growers should of hie narrow eecajx». After the second arrived in Ashland this week from
took with bun nine bead of full blood face the fact bravely, ami begin at shot was fired, the highwayman who Walla Walla, for a visit with Judge
doing wnat he can for Ashlatid.
Shetlands. Mr. Sherman is a mer once a vigorous warfare upon the had taken the money knocked Albangh Tolman and other old friends here.
People going to Jacksonville wil. chant of Bucoda, but is considerable moth. Apples and pear» will be the down, and wheu he got on his feet Carter creek, a branch of Emigrant
find Plyiuale's coach awaitmg every of a horse fancier and will probably source of a vast income to Southern again, both of the robbers were mak creek, received its name from Andy
train at Medford. Ask for tbs best go into the business to a greater or Oregon if the orchards lie caretl for ing for the brush, and be proceeded Carter, who had a land claim upon ita
as they should be.
on bis way boms.
Coach - Ply male s
A. W. Scott, of Portland, who built
The Oregon hotel in Ashland, has the
contract to build a new wing for the
state insane nexlnm at Salem for $M,-
Mr. A. F. Hunt, of Dead Indian, will
go down to Douglas county within a
few week«, to buy up a band of mutton
sheep for Nicholas Bourgeois, a Cali
fornia sheep drover.
Rev. F. B. Ticknor and Ira Phelps,
of Medford, printed this week the first
new paper ov
ft is a six-column paper, one sale pat-
iasu«l semi-weekly, and the first
copy is neatly printed and newsy,
Fruit commissioner J. D. Whitman
is canning the peaches of bis orchard
near Medford, and will,
cans this season as a trial of the profits
of thns disposing of the peach crop
here. He I ihh a canning outfit which
cost only about $50, but which, if
worked to its full capacity with twelve
hands could put up 800 cans a day.
HERE ANI> THERE
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, ’89
$4,3OO IN CASH.
The fell System at Dean’s
ONE WEEK ONLY I
ONE WEEK ONLY !
Commencing Saturday, Sept. 7th, and
closing Saturday evening, Sept. 14th
you can buy Dress Goods in the follow
ing lines at SPECIAL PRICES:
Cashmeres, all styles and grades.
Worsteds and English Cashmeres,
This will be a rare opportunity to
obtain a nice dress at low figures,
and will last just one week as advertised.
All goods marked in plain figures and
everyone will receive the best of at-
ßJ^^Keep one eye on the date and get
the other on the goods and prices.
A carload of Milburn Hollow Axle wagons,
hacks and buckboards just rec’d! These
goods, we take pleasure in saying, are sec
ond to none in this line. The Milburn Com
pany are the orginators of the tubular axle
which other wagon manufacturers of the
country are now imitating, proving the-----
superiority of the hollow axle over the
thimble skein. This car load of wagons is
direct from the factory and comes thro’ no
other hands to us, enabling us to sell you the
best wagon made at the same price, de
livered in Ashland, that it would cost an
agent in Portland or San Francisco, saving
you not only freight, but commission to the
These goods are BOUGHT and not handled on
We represent the territory between Rose
burg and Redding for these goods and carry
only the tubular axle which is manufactured
expressly for the Pacific Coast trade. There
are many points of superiority in the make
up of these wagons and one good look at
them will satisfy you of the truthfulness of
this statement. We carry a variety of sizes
from 1 in. to 2g.
Our Net Hacks are a superior article of the
same make, and sell at a proportionately
low figure with the wagons and of our $50
Buckboards we have but two left.
You may ask how we can sell these
wagons so cheap, the answer is this—we
KNOW when once introduced the Milburn
wagon is found to be THE wagon for use on
this coast and feel confident after once see
ing and using them will never buy anything
but a Milburn Tubular Axle Wagon,
You will save money by buying at once
and taking advantage of our introductory
At least come and examine these goods;
charges for that—see for yourself and