Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911, May 31, 1888, Image 3

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VALLEY RECORD
TUlítóDAY
THE COUNTY DEBT AGITATION.
FKL'IT PROSPECTS.
BREVITY BASKET.
W. H. Wickham and a gentleman
from Portland will start a box factory
here Boon.
Mills's 23 calf «ewed shoes.
Hon. C. C. Beekman anti Prof. J. W.
Tbe fruit prospects in Southern Ore-,
Merritt write and alien <l>e Doc»-
Wavcrlv school shoes at. D. R. A- E.; Four tramps were arrett d yesterday
Oregon were never letter. The trees
mrnl that Spikes the Republican
-JINK 1, 1888
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in this vicinity are loaded with fruit, V. Mills’s.
by Marshal Walrad for breaking into i
- Pea Gan.**
Young Mrs. Winthrope
Illi
A DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS,
GRANITE HALL,
0. H. BLOUNT.
Ashland,1
much of which has been knocked off
Marshal Walrad’s new residence is a freight car, and stealing therefrom. >
Thurxday, June IJ.
They will be arraigned in Jus­
PERSONAE AND HOC1AU
An Official Document that places our so as to give the fruit a chance to at­ looming up.
tice Helman’s court to-day. Judge
I
eotem. in the role of an Arrant Dema­ tain some size. From a conversation
Cabot W sheeting at 7|c by bolt, at • Prim m in town and will assist in tlie
CHARACTEIIS .’ )>
gogue and Wackguard—The Republican with a fruit deal r this week we learn D. R. <fc E. V. Mills.
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f
Mrs. 8. Furry aud daughter were in
that
there
will
lie
ten
times
as
much
prosecution.
DOUGLAS WINTHROPE..,M I. ALFORD
••
organ
”
placed
“
Hors
de
coiubat."
twwu Saturday.
fruit raised in this section this year
New black dress goods this week at i
T. O. Andrews has associated him­ Buxton Scott, a lawyer • - - Mr T. Lynch •
than last. This large increase is due D. R. &. E.V. Mills’s.
~ Mrs. E B Hunsaker started last
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To the Honorable County Court, of Jack- >
self with J. II. Martin,and the new Herbert............................ Mr F Wagner
1. 4 k i
• s a • • . » » •
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week for a visit with relatives aud sou county. State of Oregon, gcntlnien— I to tlie many new orchards that conn
II.
B.
Reed
is
rolling
the
combina-1
firm of Martin &. Andrews will wait I YOUNG MRS. WINTHROPE.
t . > . i t « t «
in this year, and a large number <-f old
MISS GILLETTE
friends in Linn county.
We have the honor to acknowledge the t
U|on
the
people
and
explain
the
ad
­
orchards, that did not bear last year, I tion fence out by tlie yard.
I Mrs Ruth Winthrope - - - Miss Giddings '
vantages the New York and Helpmate
E. B. Hunnaker was confined to his ■ receipt of uftii ia! notification of the ajqxiint- have been pruned up and are full of
: Mrs l»ick Chetwyn. a society lady.
Several creeks in the valley were not \
ment. by your honorable Ixxiy. at the De- fruit new. 8|>cculation on the pros-
have over all others.
room with the measles thia week.
Mrs Willard ;
fordable
during
the
late
storm.
j cember session, of ourselves as members of
Aaron Wyland, of Chimney Ri ck ; Edith - -
-
-
- - Miss H Russell
Simeon Farlow was over from Butte ! an investigating committee to «xamine the |x-cU of the prices of picadles the com
J. C. Plumerth sold his fine Jersey­ j precinct, was here this week and was Maid
ing season is this: The completion of
.
.
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creek this weekend reports everything
- public records and investigate the official the railroad leaves the Californians a cow to Clay Dullarhide for |75.
talking up the road question with our
in that section as flourishing.
I acts of the public officers of Jackson county. chance to send their peaches in*o this
Laird, Schober A Mitchells shoes in ■ : citizens. It would lie a big eonven-
General Admission....... 50cts.
Mrs. C. W. Vrooman.of Medford, is We understand the anticipated duties of market in better condition than before.
four widths al D. R. A E. V. Mills. . , iencc to the people of that section to
visiting her daughter,Mrs. N. A. Jacob« | «u< h cxHumittee to lie a complete and criiic- If the peach crops in the Wood river
Reserved Seats.............. GOets.
For the b^at photos in Southern have a road out this way, not to say
of this city.
I al inspection of the history of all proceed­ I and The Dalles district is good, and
Children.................. Half Price.
anything
about
the
benefit
that
would
Oregon go to Herrin’s Gallerv at Med-1
Profs. O. H. Watt and F. R. Keil, ings <»f the several county boards relative to there is a glut in the eastern market ford.
result to the town. Make a move Mr.
’
2*
,
the
financial
affairs
of
the
county
through
for California peaches, and the demand
of the Jacksonville ptlldic school»,Were
Wyland, we second the motion.
Doors open at 7, curtain will rise
Mrs. B, F. Reeser has our kindest
up to witness the match game of b.u<e a series of succeeding years ami recorded for canning purjiosSB is light, the pr«>s-
promptly
at 8:15.
C. A. Inlow was down this week
: in the several books for that purpose pro­ j»ects for gixxl prices arc ¡xxir. But in thanks for a bucketful of delicious
ball Saturday.
from
his
plaa-e,
anil
says
they
have
had
vided, and the tin d presentation of a report the last two principal reasons there is strawberries.
fiTSPECIAL ATTRACTION, see
Mrs. K. Kubli and <Ltighter Mi-a upon the precision as to clerical wo»k, the
plenty of rain up there. He will move
hardly anv danger, as the experience
It is reported that A. P. Talent has out to his Dead Indian ranch in a few NEXT WEEKS “RECORD.” Oj
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Lula, of Jacksonville, were visiting integrity and fidelity of the various officers of the but two years in California g<xs
friends here last Saturday.
i to whom the management of tlie county’s to show that there is a market and de- purchased the Wagner creek saw mill days. He informs us the people of his
; of C. T. Harris.
district have agreed to have two schools :
Ed. Helms, the popular driver of ‘ finances has, during such period, Iseen by i mand for all tlie peaches that can be
$600 wortli of Mens fine Shoes just received this
Wm. Patterson, the street commie-j in Cove district. One on this side of
the Jacksonvilh—Medford expresa, l the people entrusted.
raised on the coast. Hence, taking
-- B. F. Reeser s -
the
mountain
and
the
other
in
Dead
From
our
own
knovladge
of
the
vast
came up from Jacksonville Saturday
the situation all together, the pam­ sioner, is improving the streets of the
week.
Price $1.50 to $5.00,
Indian.
I amount of labor which such an investiga­ péete are very good, not only for a big town considerably.
with a commercial traveler.
ting committee will be obliged to perforin, I yield but for g<x>d prices too.
Chicken raising on E. B. Myer’s
If J. H. Miutin cau find the fellow
Ira Kime aud Bud Lacy were in > and from such information relative thereto,
The impression has prevail-.-d hereto­ that shot liis dog, we will be furnished farm east of Bear creek is lieing car-
to witness the game of base bait
las we have been able to obtain from the fore that when the peach crop of Cal­
i ried on quite extensively. Ed. has
with a first-cl iss item.
Will be found the finest line of
Prof. W. H. Gore has just closed various gentlemen who constitute the pres­ ifornia is about all gone, the Southern
several incubators and brooders at
E. E. Miner has some fine lots left work bringinffBut chicks by the hun
a successful wh s>l in Medford. He is ent county court, we are persuaded that Oregon peaches would la-gin to come
one of our most progressive educator* ; the length of time of consecutive davs and in. This is entirely erroneous, us last and is selling very reasonable. Secure j dreds, and intends keeping it up until
and intends to afend the National uninterrupted work required of such a year’s crop there lasted as long as it one before it is too Lit«.
! he bus a thousand.
teachers’ association, which convenes cominiltee,in the successful and satisfactory did here, the peaches of the higher al­
Grant Helman lias made some neat
George Stephenson received two fine
in San Francisco, commencing uqjhe ' discharge of its duties, is greater than our titudes coming in in the latter part of improvements in his bathing rixinis at
new carriages this week, a single.and
personal bu«ii>ess intere»la will permit 11.« , the season, thus continuing in -the ■ the ¡x>p|ilar sulphur baths.
16th day of July, 1888.
double on«.*, to supply the trade. This
to devote to this matter.
1 market as long as we can.
IN T11E LINE UF
Mrs. J. B. Russell and hereon, came
Our office is in the rear if McCall's gives you a chance to take either your
Appreciating the honor which your ap-
Particular Attention to
over from Yreka Sunday, lor a visit (»>intment of ourselves to a porition so
i hall up stairs and we invite you to call family or vour best girl out in us grand
The Baseball Game.
with relatives and friends here.
style as the rich “ who ride in the
: and subscribe for the R ecord .
. unusual ami of so great responsibility has
The return game of baseball lietween
bronzes in their fine »hazes, etc.”
Royal G. Brown, of Yreka, tarried | conferred iqion us; amt recognizing the
Logan, the photographer, w:;nts to
the
Ashland
and
Jacksonville
nines
in Ashland one day this week, on a - degree of confidence which you have niani-
Mr. Levi Morris was up from Win­
take your picture. See his line speci­
(tested in your own official integrity, by ap- was played in Million's field north of mens on display at liis gallery.
Brief visit to liis friends here.
ters, Cal., last week, to look after his Which will be done in a workmanlike
manner anil at prices that
| pointing two men, known to entertain Ashland last Saturday, and resulted as
husi.iess interests in this valley. Mr.
OUR LINE IS THE FINEST EVER EXHIBITED IN THIS LOCALITY.
David Horn, one of the leading citi­
L Stacy came over from Siskiyou M. went to California again, and will
I |»>litical opinions antagenistie to those of a I badly for the Ashland nine as the game
zens of Henley, was in AzliLind on
■ majority of your laxly, ns metr.liers of n at Jacksonville. Following is the county last week with his Hereford return in aliout two weeks with his
business the other day.
bulls and some Shorthorn cattle.
: committee a part of whose necessary duties score:
wife and family, when he will build a
OF MEN’S BOY’S STRAW AND FELT HATS, WE HAVE OVER
Runs. Outs.
Mrs. Headrick, accompanied by her will consist in reviewing your offh ial acts.
Jacksonville nine.
residence
in town for his home. The
Chas.
Kahn
ciime
in
from
Klamath
ft
1
two children, li ne gone to Tide Like ' und thereby inviting the most rigid and Geo D Mini. 3d b. Capt
peojJe
of
Ashland
lire
pleased
to
note
county
with
a
car
load
of
fine
beef
ft
1
WE CAN GIVE ANY STYLE OR
Miller, e f.................
Full stock always on hand and made 12.000 WORTH IN STOCK.
to rja-nd the rummer with her daugh­ searching criticism; and recognizing, also, Wni
ft
cattle, which he shipped to Portland. this.
1
K Rubli, c.......................
to
order.
ter, Mrs. Crawford.
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2
and with pleasure, your confidence in the M Hanley, r f..................
PRICE YOU WANT.
AND PRICES
Joe
this . place
in-
Max Pracht has finished moving his . -
— Hockersmith
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5
4
McKenzie, p..........
A. T. Hcliultz, of Canyonville, was integrity of the men so appointed and to Percy
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house back from its old location, and forms us that he has. been busily en-
1
Knowles, If.............
None but the best material used.
whom you voluntarily entrusted your Ed
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in town this week.
1
Fred l’ape. 1st b.............
will fix it up in good shape to live in. g><g»d for sometime ill thinning out
reputation as officers and men. we, in con­ Geo Neil. 2d b................
3
2
,
T
_
„
,
,,
,
,
.
!
the
fruit
in
his
orchard.
It
is
an
In REESER’S BLOCK.
Mbs Lizzie M. M< Dcrmit an I laton
ft
1
sequence of tlie reason which we have here­ O Bienvenue, ss.............
H. B. Reed, tlie fence manufacturer, enonnoU8 undertaking, and he tells us
G. Shepard were married nt Fall River,’
with set forth, re«]<ectfully decline to serve
has enlarged his factory, to m -kc more ()e ickf(] OVH|. tweJve llun(lrc<|
ico|e ASHLAND, : :: : : : OREGON.
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28
Cal., May 9th.
in tlie capacity for which wc have been_______________________
room for the popular universal combi- , fr0,„ )(n apricot tree dght yea*rs
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Runs. Outs.
T. J. Jury, a fruit dealer of Salem, I »elected.
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Ashland nine.
n;l‘,cn'
1 Fruit will be plentiful iu Ashland this
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1
Tiusting that this declination will be re- j {>iiy Gu"ni"'on. c f. Capt''. ..
was iu Ashland this week.
ft
.. 2
Luckey A Co. have on their list a ' year.
2
2
160 tract of land near the Antioch '
•- H. G. Fairclo and Janies Ehler, two! ceived in the same spirit in which it is Jn<>. Landem 3d b................ ..
0
J. M. Wagner, the genial Nnsby at
! Maurice Howell. 1 f............. .. 0
offered,
we
are,
Very
truly
yours,
prominent teaebersol the county, paid
school house, they are offering at a I ( the Soda Springs, was down Monday
3
Chta Judge, r f.................... .. 1
C.
C.
BEEKMAN,
4
the K kcokd office a visit this week.
I
I A! Swift, short stop .......... .. 1
bargain.
and informs ns that the waters of
J. W. MERRITT. ! Bert Swift, 2d base............. .. 2
2
2
creek were higher at one
L Bliideler, one <>f Jackson county’s
B. F. Reeser has just received an j Emigrant
:
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0
' Jesse J McCall, pitcher .. .
J acksoxvii . i . k . O bf . uos , D ec . 11,1837.
2 , invoice of Mason's in proved fruit jars I time during the hut ruin tlmn at any
| Harvey Martin, 1st base----- _ •»
well-to-do farmers, was in town last
AND------
Tuesday.
Jacksonville Jottings.
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27 1 with pcrcelain immersers. They are 11 time last winter, lie thinks there
must have been a cloud burst some-
telling
fast
.
Il
J. K. Van sent, ot Red BlufiT, Cal., is
J. B. Welch, of the Meadows, was
I . where ’hove the Springs, No damage
After the first inning Bert and Al
The enterprising firm of Clayton A ‘
here looking for a localion for a gro- j at the county seat Monday. He han
Swift took their places its pitcher and I Gore have found it necessary to run a was done, however.
eery store, and in iy conclude to stop his saw mill in operation and is turn­
catcher. The Ashland nine is com­ delivery wagon of their own. They
We pre pleased to call attentimi to
in Ashland.
ing out the best of lumlier.
posed of the younger Imseltallistu, and,
the “ad” of J. C. Sheridan in this issue
A. F. Shultz, of Canyonville, who it I i ' C. W. Taylor, our next county com- U not a picked nine of the town. I are doing a rushing business.
I
A practice game of baseball will lie I of
' the R ecord . He has just com­
talking nlsiul building u flouring mill niMsiuuer, was in town this wet k.
George Wadlin acted as umpire and
menced business at Central Point anil
played
at
the
baseball
ground
in
Mil-1
at Mediord, was in the city Tuesday.
George Eubanks and Prof. Watt were
opens out with good prospects, and we
J. 1). Fountain, one of the lending '
lion’s field next Sunday. All old base- i
Anyone wishing to buy or sell
L. W. Moore, who is living on the merchants of your city, was here Mon­ scorers.
bespeak for him a lively trade. He is
bullists are specially invited.
{
property will do well to call
place he piirvlmsed of If. Oviult, was day.
one of the firm of Sheridan Bros, of
Central Point Depot Building.
—on or address us.—
Uixgle John Murphy, the extensive ■ Roseburg, the noted hardware men,
down this we»k and we are | luasetl to
Henry Pupa sr„ our new P. M., lias
wool grow» r,was in town Saturday and i and only asks a trial at the hands of
know that ho is regaining his health
Work
on
the
depot
and
wan
house
which has been very jourly fur soute- taken charge of the office here. 11c building for Central Point commenced left his measure for the R ecord . He the people of Rogue river valley.
| makes an excellent official.
lime.
in full blast last. Monday, under the : is for Cleveland for pnsident.
Mr. Geo. Brown, of Eagle Point, re­
The
Jacksonville
district
school
sti|M
‘rvisioti of the foreman of woo<l
D.111 Cawley, the veteran knight of turned on Saturday’s train from San OFFICE
Wm. High, formerly of this I lace
adjoining Wells Fargo Co's
I
but now of Bntte creek, Cal., is ever I closes Friday. The school will have a work, J. S. Suns. The building will the whip, is now running a brand new I Francisco where lie has l>een since
Express
Office.
on a visit, aecoiwpHnied by hie family. picnic down on Rogue rivi r Saturday. lie 20x60, and contains an office, wait­ stage betwec'ii Sisson and McCloud, j last Marc' , under medical treatment.
A
pleasant
time
is
a
nt
it
i
pitted.
ing room and warehouse, al-c a tide for the benefit of pleasure seekers.
1 While there he had a stone, aliout as
ASHLAND, : : : : : OREGON
He tells Us that country is settling up
.(nidi pliitform 580 feet long, and is to j
pretty fast and i< japidly gaining iu
large as a goose egg, removed from his ■
Mrs.
Fink
who
has
Is'eil
visiting
her
Jacksonville
and
Medford
are
talking
>
i
importance.
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cardwell lie finished Tit first-class style, to be j about celebrating the coming 4tli of ! i Lladiler. Since its removal Mr. Brown
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com|leUd and icudy for busiuess
General Winslow, of New Yerk, for sonic time |>a»t, returned to her about the firet of July. The town tile, July jointly in one of the groves be­ has been improving in health steadily.
Ho speaks in high praise of the sur­
home
in
Tacoma,
\V.
T.,
last
week.
paes<4i up llie road Saturday. He is
owuer pays for the building, and the j tween those two places. A11 excellent geons who performed this remarkable
president if the St. Lottie A San Fnm-
The Sister» of the Holy Names are salary of the agent for two years, who. idea.
operation.
ciaco R. R., and is traveling in his pri­ making great preparations for the com­ will lie apixiinted by the cumpanv.
! W. II. Shepherd and eon who are
vate car, the Catooea, which is a hand-1 mencing exercises which will lie given
Rev. I. D. Driver, the chronic bride­ CHAS, HOSLEY,
Propr.
The Cooksey and Harbouih tract, working on their quartz ledge about j groom of Oregon, was to speak in
•oine and conveiiieut otie.
sometime the fore part of next month.
■
two
iniks
south
of
Ashland,
will
soon
’
has
been
surveyed
and
ti.wn
lots
in
’
Prof. C. 9. Price, of the Ellriisburg. j
' »hip a ton of the rock to the Portland j 1 At-hland Tuesday, on “Temperance,”
that addition laved out.
; but on account of riekness in his fam­
Weather Report.
I reduction woiks.
W. T., Normal school, arrived her*
ily did uotarrive. This “Temperance”
Rainfall
Minimum
Maximum
l.u>t week, to remain all suiniiier, for
Condition «.f Sheep.
Abler bark wanted—We will pay subject is only u blind which Driver
M
0.34
«M
May 24
a rest and L» recu|x rate. He owns ten
212 00 per ton for Alder bark for tan- j
41
1.13
25
51
acre* of tin. Moore tract, fronting ou
W. M Stanley, rountv stock inspec­ ning purjaNies. It mu»t not be taken I | is working to lead Prohibitionists, with
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•n
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47
the Bonluvard, which Dr. Beebe pur-
tor, was detained in finishing the work I from the tree later Ilian the last ot whom he is supposed to lie on good
48
0.02
75
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terms by reason of his ]x>»ition, into
cliaaed fur him «oine months ago.
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00
28
47
of inspecting the sheep i f this section June.
82
Continues to keep on hand a large and Well »elected stock of
G raves A S uknichson .
the Republican ranks. But it is too
M)
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2»
Wholesale and Letti il Dealer ill
nf the county on account, of the late
M:a. M. J. Wilkinson, of Sacramen­
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33
82
thin
a
dodge
to
work
these
days.
The brick work on Mrs. Houck's
storm. There were a few bunds around
to, Cal., who Ima bcm visiting her
new building was commenced yester­
here
somewhat
diseaw
d,
whose
owners
An accident to a buggy containing
Total
rainfull,
1.56
brother, O. Coolidge of this place, re-:
Consisting of fine custom nn<l ready made Clothing
were given instructions not to move day morning. Several brick layers are John, George and Miss May Puiuie-
ceiveti the sad intelligence Monday :
at work on the wall and it will be j : baker last Sunday, came very near re-
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Fine Cloaks, etc.;
them
until
well.
Home
people
think
morning of the sudden demise of her
Relit !■'« ate Sales.
that the law creating a county stock I pushed to completion as rapidly i.s I j suiting seriously. While driving on OTTT^EID MEATS
Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Canned G< < h I s
■on. She started for home immediate
possible.
inspector
is
of
little
use
to
the
people.
M.
L.
McCall,
R.
B.
land
agent,
re
­
,
the
road
lietween
Ashland
and
Talent
iy ii|M>n the receipt of the news to j
Cigars, Tobacco, etc., etc., etc., etc.
I
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Hr. Stanley informs us that last year,
J. C. I’lumertli, and Cha«. Ranous, the horse became frightened at some
attend the obecquies. Mr. Wilkinson ports »lie following sales:
Car-Terms
Cush,
Pass-book
Accounts
the
county
over,
82
|»er
cent
of
the
children
playing
in
the
road,
and
whirl
­
J. W. Alnutt, lots 23, 24 and 25, blk
go over to Hornbrook t his Week, to
leaves a wife und four children to
L, <235, lots 38, 39 ami 40, blk P. sheep were diseased, while this year ] build a residence there for Chas. Bar­ ing around threw them out and turned Payabie Monthly.
mourn his untimely death.
2235; Julia Markle,lot 19, blk A. $115; "?2| per cent were diseased—quite a num, one of the engineers on the pas­ over the buggy. John held a good
F. W. Ewing, one of Modoc county's H. B. Payton, lots 23 anil 24, blk B, benefit ulready.
senger train between Ashland and grip on the lines, which saved consid-
wealthy lawyers, tarried in town yes­ 2300; John Winders, lot 21, blk K,
able damage. The buggy was badly
Hornbrook.
terday, shaking bunds with ,his many ' 270.
injured, l>ut the occupants luckily es­
Liberal I^ctares.
The Oregon state teachers’ associa­ caped unhurt.
friends. He is on his way to Portland
G
.
F.
Billings
repot
ts:
W.
A.
Pat
­
CATON A GARRETT, Prop’trs,
on Liiainers.
Samuel P. Putnam .the noted free thought tion meets at Salem on July 5th, 6th
rick to H. M. Foote of Illinois, two
W. M. Stanley, while riding near
I and 7th. An excellent programme
Miss Currie Rojier returned yester­ acres adjoining “Chrisman” place,2525. lecturer, who »]M>ke here last summer, will
TLE MOST POPULAR RESORT IN
commence a «erics of lectures in this val’ey : has been selected and we huj>e to see Ashland a few evenings since, was oc- I
SOUTHERN OREGON.
day from Califuruia, where the Ims
a good delegation from this county in costi’d by a man who step)>ed upto the
at
Granite
Hall
next
Sunday,
June
3,
1888,
Item attending Mill's Seminar), to
horse, and with his hand in his back
, attendance.
; The Bar is Always Supplied With
F. II. Page, the Portland fruit mer­ at 2 o'clock P. I»., and also at 7 o'clock in the
spend the summer at home.
]>ucket, demanded that he get off and 1
evening.
Putnam
is
a
very
eloquent
speak
­
M. L. Whitsett wlio is engaged in
chant, was in Ashland tliia week. He
T1IE BEST
give
him
the
horse.
Mr.
Stanley
at
Mr. Ed. Donaghy has hem quite ill
i thinks everything looks first rate here er, and will doubtless be listened to by 1 hauling | roduce of all kinds to Klam-
WINES,
til st thought it was some acquaintance,
for several days putt.
many.
LIQUORS,
i nth county, made another successful
' for a big yield this year.
CIGARS,
Dr. York will also lecture here during the 1 trip list week, and »ays everything • bat when he insisted on it, Mr Stan­
Mita Sadie Kist, of Etna, is visiting
Supt. A. F. George, of the Mt. Shasta
ley pulled his hand, which he had in
BUDWTSER,
summer, and ex-Rev. C. B. Reynolds, who ; lcx>ks brighter for our neighlxirs over
B. F. Reeser’s family.
i division, came up on yesterday’s train.
his coat pocket, toward the amateur
BOCA,
has created quite a stir in the east as a lec­ i the mountain since the rain.
L B. Tinker, Wm. Nutl.y and others,
highwayman
and
told
him
to
“
git
”
—
A. J. Barlow, the hotel man of Gold turer against orthodox religions, is also ex- :
MILWAUKEE, NZE.A.Y BE ZETJLJD JLT
were in front the Drad Indian country thi.
An
official
statement
of
the
assets
and
he
more
than
got.
He
tried
the
Hill, is in town.
i pected to lecture in A-bland later on.
week.
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; and liabilities of the firm of W. T.! wrong man to “run a blufl’” on.
Gen.
P.
H.
Sheridan
.«till
sttrvies
but
! Cole-man A Co. shows the firm to be .
Ed. Gore is clerking iu Clayton A Gore's
Fourth of July Celebra*ion.
Finished in Style Equal to
gro. vry store.
is not expected to last many days.
. badly wrecked, but his individual stir-1 If. V. Loy, the extensive lumber
of- plus will pay all liabilities an ! leave a dealer of Northern California, was in
The
Executive
Committee
met
at
the
AVm. A. Abernathy, representing the
The largest rose of the season comes
Ashland List week on » business trip, Fine Brunswick Jc Balke Billiard Table.’.
♦hui Francisco •• Examiner" was in Ashland from F. Roper’« residence. It meas­ flee of the Woolen Mi'ls last Wednesday I respectable fortune.
and appointed the following committees and
and made arrangements to deliver
wvzcral days this week.
ured six inches across the top.
A “station car” containing a dining­ shingles in this market. This is the £9~W'e. Also Keep on Hand the Very
officers :
BEST QUALITY of
On spanker—W II I<eeds, I) Il Mills, J T room, sleeping apartment», blacksmith-1 i first time Sisson lumbering men have .
The dance last evening wirt a pleas­
Krltxione No«ex aiul News.
j
slmpaiiil
carpeiner»hop,
is
»i<le-tra<
ke»i
i
come into the northern market, the1 BRANDIES, WINES & LIQUORS
affair. Miss Malwl Bean received Bovrditcb.
There will be the regular scrvioei st the ant
!
On Finance—8 D Taylor, C II Gillett, G at the dejiot, la-ilig occupied bv the railroad company’s schedule rates over '
the dress pattern prize,and Geo. Casey
For Medicinal Purposes.
M F. chm’j'i’ Funday morning and evening >
nu n engaged in railroad woik. A tool the Siskiyou« being too high and it did
H Currey.
by they»dor. Rev 11 P Sotcbvrcil. 8umlay : the dancing pumps, for the beat im­
Grounds
—
Fountain,
Lucky,
A
Bish.
1 house has also been erected.
Are now Belling at bottom prices everything in the line of
not make any special rates. Lumlier
provement in dancing.
H-l><»l M» JU.
Music—Dr Parson.l’rof Sweet.T K Bolton.
cannot be shipped from there now at ! All the lending pajier.i on file. Every
Dr.
A.
C.
Caldwell,
tlie
dentist,
is
L. A. Simons informs us tnat W. E.
Rev F G GaAoti. Hie pastor, holds regu­
Decoration— K V Mills. Il T Chitwood, E
present rates. Mr. L>v is pleased with : laxly used alike and everybody invited to
: call.
lar .«c»vii*es at the Baptist < hurch every Ankeney is building a title residence I, Freeland: Mesdames Eddings, E V Car-. going t<> have built on his property on the appearance of Ashland.
ter. Butler. Roper, Misses Mattie Russell, High street, a neat four room cottage.
Fu ik Uy murning and evening. The Sab- , at Sterling.
J. C. l’luiiierth, the contractor, will
We are pained to chronicle the death
bath acilovl JioUr 1.« 1<> A M.
John Landers came out from the Flora Cowies, Ella Dunn, Emma Howard, do the work, the price being 21000.
of
Mr. Riley Commons, who lias been
I.ida
Reeser,
The o wulirr<.i>f *lie G. A. R. Post are East recently, and is at work with his
Amu-enients —Walters, McConnell, i Jas. It. Neil, Benj. Haymond, Hor­ living on a farm near Yreka ior some­
well pleased «Ml the memorial sermon brothers iu the Ashland roller flouring
Blount- Mesdames Alford. Gilroy, Willard. ace Pelton, Robt. A. Miller, W. K. time. Mr. Cummons was a steady and
preached by Rev. II. P. Satchwe'l at the mills.
Refreshments—Geo Engle,W Harris, C A Price ami J. T. Bowditch, who are to \ industrious young man and was well
Methodist church Hunday nioruing.
And various builders’ material.
V. L. Snelling, who was reported Nutley, A D Helman, Dr Songer. J Thomp­
MA N UFA CT I It ER,
hold the several official positions inen- respected by all, and leaves a wife
The meetings at die Duukurd church on missing by the San Francisco paj^is
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son, G L Dean. Mesdames Coolidge, J M tioned at the top of editorial page, ar­ and three small children to mourn his
Granite street are still going aw. »he several last week, was found safe and sound.
McCall, Casey. Dunn, Russell, Walter, j rived in Ashland yesterday. They ' departure. Deceased w.is a son of Mr.
ministers still reiimiuiug in town. Last It was a false rejsirt.
Warehouse at R. R. track, foot
Send or call for prices,
Goodyear.
______
have been tliroughout the county talk­ and Mrs. John Cummons of this city,
Saturday eveniug the LunJ’s sujqwr was
i
His
remains
were
brought
over
here
Program
and
Advertising
—
Billings,
Has-
:
All orderet! work will be made to give
ing to the ¡*eople for several weeks, and
Mrs. Jane Watson and daughter,
of Helman street
celebrate»!.
' on the train and interred in the Har-
Mias Dalev, 1« ft thia morning for Lake­ ty amt Alfltrd.
will
sp-ak
in
Ashland
this
afternoon.
-¡-ENTIRE
SATISFACTION
-:-
• •
Sabbath awrrieea at First Presbyterian
, gadine cemetery on the 26th inst. The
Treasurer—E V Carter,
view, win re tin y will spend the Bum­
• •••
Oliurch. Rev F U Strange, pastor: Preach­
• •
afllicted
ones
have
the
sympathy
and
A drama, Young Mrs. Winthrope,
Marshal of the Day—Dr Beebe.
ing morning and evening. Sabbath »’houl mer.
President of the Day—Gen. J M McCall • will be produced to the show going condolence of our people.
Misses Maggie Linn and Ida Prim
at 9:30, Young People’s meeting at 3 r. a.
I Neatly und promptly done, and at
These committees are requested to meet population of this place two weeks 1
Avail yourself of this golden oppor­
<>eneral Prayer meeting Thursday evening. are up from Jacksonville.
at the City Council room in Masonic block, from to-night. It is in the hands of ■
low rates.
J. R. WHITEMAN. ce-Preside n
Sermon subjects for next Sunday: “The' C J Stewart, the popular general travel­ next Wednesday, at 9 a n.
CHAS. K. WOLVERTON, President.
good players, and is certain to be a tunity to protect your home circle by
I
joining
the
Banker's
relief
association,
J. K. E1-DF.RK1N, Bec’y, and Mr.
i
Nation's Plague." and *' The Marvelous ing agent of the O P road, is in this section
J.
W.
CUSICK,
Treasurer.
! success. Read the cast of characters
which offers a lil>eral indemnity per
Success of Christianity.”
at top of ad. column, on this page.
on euiujHiny business.
As go to press the band is out play­
week m case of accident or sickness
Thecentennial of the Presbyterian church
The M E Church is having a vestry
ve«try room
O dd F ellow ' s B lock .
. from natural causes. When you are
The
following
named
persons
were
ing
some
jKipular
airs,
and
the
Demo
­
was ce.ebrated a. Philadelphia la«t week, i^ju j|X32 for the accommodation of the
sick
and
your
family
needs
your
assist
­
present
at
the
teachers
’
examination
cratic nominees will soon discuss the
The southern a: d northern as»» mblies were Suj|<u .
classes.
I have on hand the finest line
- yesterday which is being conducted at ance, this association is at hand in
issues of the day before the people.
resent and all past differences were forgot-
CAPITAL STOCK, $300.000,
time
of
trouble
to
give
you
a
helping
the
State
Normal
School
building
by
•n.
i Photo«! Photo«'.! Sujierior in style
hand and tide you over to belter'
Superintendent
Jacobs
and
Prof.
J.
S.
i -ying the .-»raaT stone of the greatCatho- and finish of anything outside the
BORN.
Sweet: Misses Agnes Devlin, Mabel health, at the very nominal cost of
lie university wt Washington was celebrated citie«. Herrin al Medford.
2*
Staple and Fancy Goods.
Bean, Lyiia McCall, Minnie Pread- 210 00 per year payable in installments
with great pomp and di-pl.y Uat weet Be-
m<nufactllre
VAN HORN—In this city. May 25, 1888, to uiere, Abbie Goodyear, E. H. Sayre, of 21 00 at a time. This is the only To be found in this city. I have also
^de, th. many noted
the chun h |
Klamath county next week
Mr and Mrs 1. M Van Horn, a son.
S. E. Anderson, Etta Johnson, Ida association in the world that furnishes
a well selected stock ot
that were present. PreaVieet (. level.tnd and
8 * •
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—
Naylor, Clara Mingus, Mary Davison, relief to woman, and issues a joint: GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
hi* cabinet were alm in a<«fuUi>ce. Miss ou a »twiners np.
DIED.
Alpha McDowell, Edith Porter, Kat«* policy ou husband and wife for 27 00.
Mary Gwendolen CakHreH, who donated
Ruftitf Cole, of Colei station, made
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
Hansen, Matilda Black, Mrs. W. P. Mr. C. 8 Jenkins, the agent, will tie
for the university, was predated Ashland a visit Ibis week.
CAPS, ETC., ETC.
I
CUMMONS—Near Yreka. Cal., May 23. Counts, Frank Sifars, C. A. Dickitou here for a few days and will lie glad to
with a Mdid yoid medal, sent by the lope.
Which T a’a offering at prices that defy
The celebration was a nieiuorable event iu i The real estate nales have taken a
1888, Kiley Cum limns, aged about 30 ' and L. A. Simons.
take
your
application
for
membership.
Coinperirion.
.
the history of Uiithu!ici«ui in America .
years.
rest till aller « lectiou, it tetina.
THE
LEADING
Clatter aaä Hatter,
OF THE PACIFIC C0AST1
NEW TIN SHOP
We Sell Shoes for $1.50 per pair
which are not Offered for less than
$2.50 by any other House in Ogn.
Hardware, Tin,
Sheet-Iron and
Copperware
JOB WORK, Men’s Summer Clothing,
DEFY COMPETITION.
NEW
FIRM. SPECIALTY g MEN’S GOODS
INSURANCE
GUARANTEE SATISFACTION.
Call and examine the largest
stock of
BUSINESS.
STRAIGHT CLOTHING
OUTSIDE OF PORTLAND!!
DePEAT & KYLE
0. H. BLOUNT
ASHLAND,
i
THE BEEHIVE!
J. 3. Fountain,
Beef, Pork, and Mutton
- GENERAL MERCHANDISE. -
Billiard Saloon.
A Specialty.
OREGON.
ASHLAND,
PICTURES of YOURSELF
IiOGAN’S GALLERY,
ALE
AND
PORTER.
A3XTY IIW THE STATE
Sash, Doors, Mouldings,
Paints, Oils, Glass,
II. JUDGE.
Putty, Varnishes
HAOEsTaiid SADDLE
Ashland and Linkville.
REPAIRING
M. L. ALFORD,
C
Dress Ms, Trimmings
ASHLAND,
OREGON.
The Farmers and Merchants Insurant« Co.
CASH PAID UP $60,000.00.
WM. ULRICH, District Agent - MEDFORD OSN