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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1889)
THE ELECTRIC LIGHT.
This is a discouraging winter to the
First appearance in Ashland of this E i *. V allxy B bcou »:—
To-morrow is George Washington’s
The buildings for the machine house
wonderful inuiii ian.
Al. Mayfield and family are visiting average swamp land fiend.
A mila »». Oa----- T hibhy . Feb. 21 !*<«.
There are good prospects iu Klam-j
J. B. R. Hutchings is buying furs
charge are completed, the latter build
On next Tneaday evening the citi
ath county for numerous land contests;
zens of Ashland will have tl>e op|»ortu-
in the near future.
PERMONAL AND SOCIAL.
ASHTJAN D , OREGON
8. J. Tuttbiil, tbeelectrician, is putting
Board $4 00 by the week, at the Eu
nity oi listening to one of the most re inflamation of the bowels. Attended
Jubanv Curry wa» up from Mediord markable violin virtuosos of tin day.
Elmer Cleaver, a mercantile gentle have to drag along with one saloon ■ and .fixtures arrived Monday and will
Josef Heine, tliotigh blind from hi»
The Rebekah lodge of Ashland will
from Eugene City, is visiting Mr. only, when the high license law goes! soort be itr ready for business. The receive a new organ soon.
W. p. Haunnon. of Oakland, Cat., is in
circuit runs down through the grove,
the world as a master of the violin that and Miss Ferree.
Linkville lodge, I. O. G. T., is healthy then on east side of Main street as far
Cso. E. Y'oule rrturued from bis northern few men attain. He baa l<een heard
Wedne«<lay Charley Graves shot 74
painted by Grady A Grow.
in tlie principal cities of the old world, I ducks with 73 cartridges, shooting and growing, and is made quite attrac- as Granite, where a loop put6 a light
Wait for the wagon—D. R. Mills is
lank Helman i* now running one of Tom in Bouth America and in this country higher than any other shooter.
j tive by the introduction of literary ex- j iu front of Granite hall, then continues
it to-day in Chicago.
and wherever he has apjieared has re
Keno feels delighted over the coming
John M Mark« has l«en badly laid up
J. C. Plumerth is rebuilding H.
ceived the unanimous praise of the flour mill. The baby town is indebted
All branches of business are exceed-: at M E. chur> b* Return« on same cir
Hcott GrilHn u( Tolo. returned from Cali press and the public. Hi» method i» j to the printers’ ink *>f the Oregouian ingly slow, and more, there is nothing | cuit to Helman street corner with an Scherrer’s old residence near the depot.
so true, his bowing and fingering are for the power to take its first big step. in sight to indicate much of a change ! other light, then another at the woolen
Royce A Lansing’s show expect to
mill», continuing on west side of Main be in Ashland about the middle of i
Chas. Kahn was on Tuesday s train for so facile and graceful that he seems I Printers' ink is nourishing to infant | for some time to come.
simply to toy with the instrument; yet 1 towns.
The children’s party at the Academy | street, where a light will be put on the May.
Charivqr (Oregon) ('«olidge came up from the effects be produces are marvel» of
Hag pole in the plaza, then another in
R. L. Wimer has purchased a build- ■
There came to town last week a bus hall on last Friday evening was an the middle of street on the Hargadine
melody. His solo on an ordinary tin
J s’- M Fowler, the artist, left for Los An whistle is Kiniething that never fails to iness mail whose nose looked as though ■ immense affair, and was voted by ! corner with Main, then at the Lofftus ing lot in railroad addition on 8th
gele». Cal.. Tues<lay.
i his brains had gone down there and “young America” as the event of the residence, then one near the school street.
W. E. Price. Jr., was on Monday's train bring down the house and he is nightly ! dried up. He said that new countries season.
L. A. Tennery is over at Hornbrook
i house, when it continues out to 4th
■ compelled to re»j>ond to repeated en
en route for California.
It seems probable that the “Klamath | street and goes to the dejiot. Every painting Horn A Jones’ new brick j
' attract intelligent people and this par
Bishop Warren, of the M. E. church.went
City” enterprise will prove to, be a fail thing is- ready for the dynamo, which building.
to California yesterday.
M no les« accomplished in her coni- ticular new country has drawn hint
ure, which will be a disappointment to I has been shipped. Patterson & Ham-
The great violinist, Josef Heine, at
THE MOST CENTRAL
J. N. Teal, of Portland, is in the citv on ; ma nd of her art than her distinguished
quite a number of our people who have ; mond had the contract for the machine Granite Hall Tuesday night, is the
business for I. R. Dawson.
I husband. 8he is justly ranked with
The figures of our school fund in
Father Noel chanted ma>» al the resi Arabella Goddard and Madame Rive- the treasury are $700, and yet Keno’» invested quite extensively in timber house and dam, and J. O. C. and R. L. musical wonder of the day.
dence of H. Judge Hnnday.
Eleven car loads of ice were laying
little ones are studying nothing but, land on the strength of the proposed i Wimer did the carpentering work.
gigantic saw mill to be built at that
Peter Chavner has returned to Gold Hill
the Ashland yards this week for
The K. P. Ball.
from his trip to the Bay city.
i follows ot the»e artists• The prin- humor in sooner dogs. Somebody go place.
Portland from Truckee, Cal.
We hear it talked that a railroad j The invitation ball given by the
W. A. Patrick has purchased the
<erti is the sa»erb playing of M. and Mine. and tell the directors that education is j survey has been run through Klamath ! Knight» of Pythias in honor of their
house and lot of A. S. Jacobs near the
"Doc” Nebeker was on yesterday's train Heine, who. if it is possible, grow nightly
from some unnamed point on silver anniversary Tuesday evening, | north school house; con., $1200.
Cater favorites with the public. In look- shoe pinches and her cinch hurts and ; county
from Ban Francisco to Portland.
EACH 22 FT. FRONT BY 120 FT. 4 INCHBB DEBT.
over Josef Heine's repertoire, which she will be unable to go on the round-; the
O. A C. road, crossing Lost river ■was a very pleasant affair. The hall j
H. ». Emery is over at Bisson to-<lay after covers the compositions of the great masters,
near the old “natural bridge,” some 25 1 deoorations exceeded anything of the ’ Blocks X, Y and Z, of the railroad
pickets for bis combination fence.
and taking into consideration he is blind,
southeast of Linkville; but <lo i kind attempted here, and the music I lots, opposite Miner’s addition, have
be is a perfect marvel. HLs solo last even enough to hire a teaclier. There’s a miles
These Lota are Located Diagonally Opposite the new HOTEL ORE
been thrown open to the market.
Frank Keed. of Yreka, is in the valley ing
provoked a deafening encore and when time to weep and a time to talk “hoss,” not know of our own knowledge that ■ was excellent, comprising an Italian |
GON, on the South Side of Main St., Corner of Hargadine Avenue, aud for
th> week visiting a cousin at Gold Hill.
harp by Angelo Y’eago; bass viol, Jesse I McFadden’s Double Uncle Tom’s a firat-class Business Investment have no equal in the City. Call on or ad
he commenced selections from Bcottish airs
Buch is the case.
Dr. Sargent, the »¡«cialist. u> at Redding the enthusiasm of the very large audience but now is the time to put that $700 to 1
McCall; violin, Willis Hall; coronet,! l Cabin troupe of 20 artists appear at dress
and expects to lie in Ashland again soon.
knew no bounds. 1 Heine's . playing
. „ is pro-
Helman; violin, Butler Helman. ! ' Granjte Hall,to-morrow (Friday), night.
W. B. Grubb, of Keno, is now aware I
C. J. Btuart. traveling agent of the O. ?.. nouneed
by all to
The grand march was led by Mr. and ! The K. of P. ball Tuesday surpassed
was registered at the Ashland house yester he i» equal to any o* the great master».
of the fact that the burning of a stub
Mrs. Thos. Lynch. A nice crowd of
ble field may be attended with consid- ity
j of Tule lake and Lost river could about forty couples were present,among 1 any yet given and was a complete «uc-
; cess in everything, but a financial way.
W. H. Barr, one of Medford's prominent
Burglary I^ust Niglit.
erable danger. Last week he innocent be severally and minutely described.
citiaens. registered at the Central house
. . • c. ..
, ly set fire to his own field of stubble , It would certainly lie a long and gliast-" whom were the following. The supper
II. Harrison left this week with 40
ly list. Commencing back in the days was a good one, served at B. F. Ender's head of oxen and horses for the lumber
J. Wertheimer, who has been closing out in&
c»tebli»hmeilt of O. H. with the result of consuming an $800 of early immigrant travel from “the' Eurojiean Restaurant. Johnny Smith
trade in Del Norte and Humboldt
J. D. Fountain’s stock at Linkville. came in Blount in Johnson' block, was entered hayrick belonging to Mills & Rider, 1
run the variety stall
by a burglar and several pairs of fine
Chas. W. Logan, the photographer,
almost famishing pilgrims arrived
Mrs. T. E Godirev and children left Mon gloves, a number of shirts, one whole that firm, aud injuring other property and
D. Fountain, an exjierienced
day to join Mr. O. at his ranch in Butte pair of fine shoes, and two left shoes, enough to make the bill about $1000! 1 at the crest of what has since been ap took two views of the ball room and hand at the millinery business, will i
also all the watch chains in a show Young Rider, who saw that the fire propriately named “Bloody Point,” um light, and will have them ready ! : soon open a line in Reeser’s block,
viewed with delight the pleasing
Bteve Farrington, of Henley, was over caac. Clerk Milt. Gregory,who opened fiend, which had run two miles from and
This is the first of the kind yet ! next to post-office.
this week and threw his money around in
inviting scene below, where a good soon
up, saw things turned up side down,
Frank Smith has been laid up with
regulation '40 style.
the coast, although the in
rious freedom, fought like a hero to camping place for the night was near
Hon. A. B. Carlock, wife and daughter, and the door was unlocked, but thought save the barn and house, sacrificing at hand; when weary and anxious terior of theatres in the east have been a lame foot, a barrel of mortar having
photographed successfully, and if the fallen on it last week, making a painful
of Siskiyou county, were on Monday's train the other clerk, J. 8. Scott, was prole
ably in tlic back end, but subsequent several wet blankets to the lurid fiend’s motliers took their little children, in pictures turn out as expected, Charley wound on the instep.
for Washington. D. C.
A. A. Bashor, of Gold Hili, was up this ’development« showed plainly that it insatiate hunger for dry pine and fling fathers, brothers or sons prepared drags may justly feel proud of this job. Sev
H. S. Evans, the painter, is making
week setting out some trees in his lots in
a sure cane of burglary, and the ing all the household goods into the
eral views of the interior of the hall I Harris A Payue’s shop look neat. Car*
Miner's addition to Ashland
mi»creant had opened the front door . well.
j ter Bros, arc painting Mrs. Crocker's
land their small, tiiough precious I were taken Wednesday, also.
The fire fiend is a warm old friend
J. P Howe, manager of the New Park . with skeleton key«.
J E. Bangs, of the Oregonian, i new house on Pine street
When sober, but when on a bend
theater, Portland, was on vesterdav even-
exceedingly abrupt and rocky declivity,
ing’s train, having lieen at flan Francisco.
Like human fleiuis, he drinks and smokes! and while being thus employed, think Emma Vining as the prettiest girls i ■ sign and carnage painter, paper hang
Mr and Mrs. O. H. Blount are at Sisson. 1 A Portland paper say»: In the U.
[For the benefit of the rest of the pret ing, etc., appears in another column of
where the former is taking an inventory of 8. circuit court yesterday the »uit of j “Is there any dead-sure way,” he in-! ing only of the difficult and dangerous
the stock of bis branch store at that place.
United Slates against John F. quired,“of finding out whether a conn-' descent and a safe landing at the niar- ty girls, we will say that he left town the R ecord . Mr. T. is an artist.
before this announcement was in print]
A. M. Abrahams an<l wife, and son ami Miller was disniifttod. 8ome month» , 1 try is good for anything, without! gin of the lake, did not note, |>oor mor
C. H. Luderman has purchased 10
daughter, Fred and Ida. of Oskaloosa, la., ago euit wa» brought against Mr. Miller ' spending valuable time and money?” tals, the lurking, ruthless foe, the The decorating was superintended by acres near the Boulevard from Mrs. Ada
arrived in Ashland last week to «toy awhile
bin> to remov<J eerUin fonceg
“See if the new place has attracted Modoc's, within easy bow and guu.
I Holmes for Chas. L. Watson, a San
Misses—Millie Giddings,Ida Tolman,Kate Francisco capitalist; con., $1150.
Mri* Boxell. the Baptist missionary to (inclosing 440 acres of public land in ' any big investments. Big investments shot, until too late, the bloody indis Hansen,
China, who was her some month« ago. is in —
Klamath county, Oregon. Some
time seek big returns in goal countries like criminate butchery had begun and, ourkee, Hortense Russell. Grace Houck,
Lou Moe, one of the car repairers in
last »ummer 8|>ecial Agent Brocken- i this. Convert your cash into eash- sooq completed, attended by ail of its i Minerva Naylor, Josie Livingston. Belle Ashland, is having a $900 residence
Geo. Wadlin, Well» Fargo A Co.’s express brougli was ordered to re-examine the ! making proprrty and you will soon ' harrowing and sickening details;Mor ' Anderson, Dora A nderson, Lot ta ¡Stephenson
messenger who run into Ashland for many
Lulu Chapman, Nellie Baber, Mollie Chatn- built on his lots on 4th street near
find yourself growing rich in the midst
yegry from Portland, made bis last trip last case. An arrangement was effected i of herds and herders, harvests and bar-. did such scenes occur once only, but i bers, Cora Linu, Lotta Louden, Eva Dean, Main. O. R. Buckman is doing the
by which Miller removed the feuces re
Minnie Holland, Minnie Morse, Mrs. G. A. work.
! vesters. Profit of buaiuess with people | Passing on to later years, we recall i Morse.
Ed. Redfield, of Linkville, passed through ferred to, and hence the attorney-gen
Mr. and Mrs.-John Real. II C Myer. C | C. H. Ludcrman’s big stock of boots
Ashland Monday to attend a shooting eral, at ll)e suggestion of t|ie secretary i who have great supplies and want only , with vivid remembrance, the Modoc
Ayers, Thos Lynch, E B Myer. M N and shoes is expected to arrive from
match fof a )|(|0 pur so at Canyonville to of the interior, ordered the suit t® be fair play is always commensurate with war, which has no parallel in the his-; W
Long, O H Blount, À T Kyle. Jr, Geo F Mc the east soon and will be opened up at
tory of Indian warfare, where such Connell, Carl Luderman, Geo C Eddines.
J. D. Fountain’s old stand in I. O. O.
R. fl. Culverwell and J. W. Brown, sur
great casualties occurred, considering B F Helman.
Every Lot is Covered with the Very Best grades of Budded Peach,
Messrs.—W L Townsend, Eddie Murnliv, F. block.
veyors ot the 8. P. company, have been
“Yes; I want to start a s’loon here if the number of Indians employed. In
Al Morris, Ed I* Morse, Oscar Johnson, W
Pear, Prune, Plum and Cherry Tree«.
looking after the grade south of Ashland 1 C'apt. McConnell appointed the fol-1 I kin get somebody to loan me enough.
The card of Mrs. Tyler, the photo
the near neighborhood of 20 persons B Pracht. Chas H Johnson. A T Kyle, Sr,
lowing non-com missioned for the militia I’ll pay ten per cent.”
wcre mercilessly butchered without a Frank Hasty. Chas Chitwood, Monroe Son-
Lott Inclosed and Street» Graded.
Austin Hawkins, for many years office company*
“Are you sure it would pay?”
' moment’s warning, on the first day of nichson, Frank Lennart. Marion Knighten, umn of the R ecord . An inspection
deputy »heriff of Siskiyou conntv. has Lynch ;’2d, Bert 8wift
,i,»,uu. v. n<a)vi«;
of her work as an artist is a guarantee
“I’ve tried your sort o’ reason for I | the outbreak; and before the war cuded,
charge of Horn A Jones new brick store at
4th, D. L. Bcever; Sth, A. W. Scott. flndin* out. I waited till I saw that j ■ that number was multiplied many' T Hover, Cliff Rogers, Otis Helman, Milt of a good job.
Gregory. Pernel Whitmore, Jesse McCall,
David i Keno had attracted a big investment I times. Other murders have been com-1 O E Irvine,
Estes A Williams have mutually dis
Fred. B. Staples, a railroad contractor oi
Portland, who has been the guest of Mr. Ralph, R. A. Bowman, Chas. Chitwood, ' in the shape of a $8,000 flour mill, i mitted in that vicinity (not by the:
partnership in the passenger
8am Jones is having a circus at Sac
and Mrs. Geo. W. Kearns for some weeks. Treasurer, D. H. Hawkins; historian, Then I put on steam for Keno. This hands of the Indian), which remains
returned home Saturday.
F. D. Wagner; comyany clerk, Chas. is a solid place. A s’loon aint what shrouded jn mystery, known only to ramento.
ment in another column, Mr. Estes
Booth and Barrett, the world re continuing the same.
T. J. Patterson, of the signal office, left H. Gillette. The regular meeting is you call a big investment, but it seeks the cowardly inhuman monsters, who
Tuesday for southeastern Oregon, and will Monday of each week,
mighty big returns and finds ’em soon. Modoc fashion, aimed the fatal bullet. nowned tragedians, will be in Portland
The suit of John Sisemore vs. Pelton
continue his trip to Ban Francisco and pos 1
legislachor is crool to poor s’loon Who done it, or why it was done, .no in May.
silily to the east before bis return.
Bros, has been decided in favor of the
The Portland IPorfd says : A lot of latter, and a decree of divorce has been
J. R. Fuller and 'amilv arrived from Col
The school meeting for the election men. It made a law so discriminatin’ one knows but those who carry’ the
orado Monday with the intentujn'of making of a director and clerk will be held a that we poor, honest, simple, ploddin’ heavy and loathsome burden if alive; white fish will be sent to Crater lake granted Mrs. Marj’ A. Sisemore from
this place their home. Mr. F. is a brother
as soon as the roads are open.
John Sisemore, in the circuit court
week from Monday. No candidates for s’looq men must borry or bust. I ! and but a feeble effort was ever madeJ
of Mrs. H. P. Weeks, of Ashland.
director have been announced as yet, wanter convert a few buudred borry’d | I to ferrit out the guilty ¡»arties, and in»- W. H. Kinross, the gay- musical i this week.
M. B. Helman, of South Pasetiena. Cal., is
inter »our mash. The invest- all probability they will ever l»e appre church choir leader who created a sen
pm u ' dollars
Sodaville, Linn county, wants the
ment will find the herders and harvest- hended until their final reckoning is sation at Oakland, Cal., some months
hotel, having oome tn Ashland with the in- be re-elected. He ha» held the poei-
extended from Is-bnnon to
ago by his escapades with the Siskiyou that place and is raising a fund for the
lention of removing to this valley.
tlon with comparative satisfaction to ' ers, and as these men want only 8 made.
| drink» for a dollar, Jewhillikins! think
L ynn C. D oyle .
county girl, Miss Ada Casedy, has com purpose. YV. E. Price, of Ashland,who
J. E. Bangs, dramatic critic of the ^Ore- everybody, and being deputy oounty
gonUn. who'li i^kin^^
fo7 tbit reason, to b°* "‘a?1!
j promised his divorce suit with his wife. owns property there, made a liberal
Eagle Point Notes.
Concert Co was in the city this week. The makc ft „lore complete .«seasnieiit than ■the P~ht to
« the M>t
Dr. Flanagan, who owns a quartz | ante to-day.
IlxcnBi) «»knowledges A • nien«Giiit
’ j ni«»
call. ’~ j "‘“^“man"’
podner, I I ’ m
Rev. A. C. Howlett was unable to. i mine on Applegate, is in San Francisco '
J. H. Brown, the mining expert with J. i * V
______________ scienliou», Christian business man;
fill his appointment on the 2d Sunday 1 1 with a carload of quartz which will be , M»x Pracht has sold his interest,
B. Trombly at Talent, went to San Fran-
Card of Thanks.
seekiu’ a great boon.
loon. Whar kin I I ■ ; owing to a violent attack of tonsileti's. ! smeltered and tested at the works in equal to a fourth, in the Garrett prop
cisco Bunday with some quarts specimens I At the regular meeting of Burnside 11------ a * fcw hundred
• » for
•--- a •----------
•- “■ i
erty on corner of Main street and 1st
Elvin Adams wants the tariff taken j i that city. Mr. Flanagan has a very !
and will give this section a good report.
Poet, No. 23, G. A. R„ held in Masonic I
bke,a h’n,wl an£ dejected branch. | off of dress, for the reason—look under rich mine, it is reported, and this test avenue, to O. Ganiard for $1000, having
Max Pracht left Tuesday with his silk G. ' Hall, February
paid $750 for it. This makes that lot
P eter the P ort
the head of “Born.”
of the qtpirtg will be looked forward to worth $4,000.
A. R. flag for Washington. D C. He went Hall,
upon I’«« broke.”
via the 8. P. route and goes around by New motion, resolved to appoint a commit-
CENTRAL POINT ITEMS.
The farmers arc all very busy finish with a good deal of interest by both
Orleans, and will be absent about a month, j tec
draft a resolution of thanks to
The Roseburg Review thinks that all
up sowing wli -.»t, and some are himself and friends.—[Courier.
Cha«. Rippey has the fraiqu of lys
the normal school teaehers of the state
Hon. C. C. Beekman, of Jacksonville, who the citizens of Ashlan<l,whosogcuer-
lHMbee«»east all winter accompanied byhis
, contributed the funds for the fine residence up and has quite a num ' through and have commenced sowing i coeds of his winter’s hunt in the shape of Oregon, excepting Prof. J. 8. Sweet,
ber of men at work enclosing it.
of 125 pelts, one day this week. These of the Ashland state normal school and
»< #»* 4 wwuj * •Ilk
j in w»-«**^****.
We had about one inch of »now Sun-' J. J. Fryer met with quite a mishap fellows continue slaughtering game in Prof. Stanley, are a poor commentary
possession of the post, and the fol
I the other day. His team was standing
on the normal school system.
J. w. O. dregurv returned from his trip lowing card of thanks was ordered day evening. It left next day. Our ! . hitched to his wagon loaded wif.li corn the face of the law without any fear
P Grady, formerly of Portland, and
to Canada last week, having had a pleasant spread upon the minute», and printed coldest mornings this winter at Central i in the ear, when all of a sudden they: ,| whatever. It is hoped some bill may
time, but glad to g*t l>ack to Ashland again. in the Ashland Tidings and V alley Point were 22 deg. above zero.
A. Grow, recently from Califor
; seemed to take flight, and started to
Mr. tl.'s sister jamr out with him to re R ecord :
are fitting i ; run. After running about one hun- to punish these butchers and save our nia, have formed a painting co-partner
Resolved, That the sincere thanks of
> game from so rapidly disappearing.— ship. Tlieir card appears in another
Jas. L. Hart, formerly ot Ashland, was Burnside Post, No. 23, G. A. R., are up to work some of the rich quartz jrcd yards they came in contact with [ Roseburg Plaindealer.
column of the R ecord , and they thor
that 1 hos. Y\ right and l’ankey Bros.. a heavy board and wire fence, througn
on Bunday’s north bound train with J. B.
Conkling. » Ban Francisco man wlio is in hereby tendered the generous citizens are taking out at Willow Springs, which they passed breaking one of the
Mr. Johnson, agent of the U. 8. fish oughly understand their business.
terested in some mines in the vicinity of of Ashland and othera.who contributed : They will run it by
here | jHists off and one string of the wire, commission, arrived in Linkville last
the money to |>ay for the silk flag, the at the warehouse.
and pulling out enough of the staples week with 400000 young whitefish. in his Highland Park addition, to get
Col. W. H. Effiliger was on Saturday's receipt of, and guardianship of which ' Elder Peterson finished grubbing his to let the other string of wire fall to the At Keno 30,000 were turned loose in lumber seasoned for his tine $3,000 res
train on his way home from a business trip is hereby gratefully acknowledged and
2| acres of willows with Geo. Leroux’s ! ground so that they could pass over it, the Waters of the Klamath, the same idence. He has erected a big sheet
to Chicago. Colonel Ettinger is now located assumed.
W. A. P atrick ,!
at Tacoma, where he is enjoying an exten
grubber last Friday evening. They then running about a quarter of a mile number in Lost river and as many at iron stove which is kept heated day and
D amiel B akr ,? Com.
sive law practice.
were ten days at it. It is much better i further they ran into Mr. Hubbard’s Linkville in Link river. The rcmain- night for drying l\is finishing lumber. ■I
T. O. A ndrews .)
MENS FINE SUITS. REGULAR PRICE, $15,
Ed. E. Deming left for San Francisco Sun
than taking them out with the grub fence, which proved strong enough to i der were set free in the waters of A good idea.
day for a short stay, his father and mother
Col. Bowditch, the Adonis of the
Dr. Lewis brought with him from
To be Clo»ed out at flO tv it.
ot Michigan being in that city on a visit to
age was done to wagon or horses, but of a superior quality amj açe from the Los Angeles last week a fine Cleveland
a brother, whom they have not seen for House, viaited Portland Saturday and down.
great lakes. If they live and propagate Bay stallion, which had just arrived
about fifteen years.
MENS SUITS, REGULAR PRICE, $18,
Sunday. Col. Bowditoh is one of the
Mr. Upham’s son, from near Biowns the corn was badly scattered. D ick .
well, they will be quite an addition to from Liverpool by steamer, and Sulta
Miss Minnie Morse and Mrs. Geo. A. most active members of the present boro, was here at the depot last week
Notice to Frqjt Grower».
To be Closed out. at fig suit.
our lakes and streams, which are al
Morse, of Minneapolis, sister and sister-in- legislature.—[Portland World.
with a spirited span of fine horses and
A regular meeting of the Southern ready well supplied with different vari na gciding, and a pretty little Shetland
law of Ed. P. Morse, of the firm of Eddings
pony weighing 265 lbs. They are at
Representative Bowditch’« bills for while he was attending to some thing Oregon Fruit Growers’ Association will eties of fine fish.—[Star.
MENS SUITS, REGULAR PRICE, $12.
A Morse, are in ti e city this week on their
way to flan Francisco.
I charter« tor Ashland and one for Med- , i inside, the horses became lightened at | l»e held in Jacksonville on Saturday, I
To be Closed out at fS tail.
A salmon trout was killed in Ash
Jas. Harp, a farmer of Modesto. Cal., and ford, have ¡»assed both houses. Stan a moving car and ran off. They ran Feb. 2:id, for the purj»ose of electing i <fc N. was decided in favor of the plain
a cousin of Mrs. John H. Reul, has been ley’s bill appropriating $10,000 to build down to Hoagland’s and came in con- j officers for the ensuing year.
land creek recently by one of the
MENS SUITS REGULAR PRICE, $14.
tiff for $17,000. Sparks from a loco
visiting Ashland. He has undergone three a wagon rood from Jacksonville to tact with Mrs. Hoagland's cow and so
C. B. M illeu , Sec’y. ' motive on the defendant’s road set fire waiters at the depot hotel throwing a
cron failures in that county and will sell out
stone at it, striking it in the neck. The
To be Closed out at f9 suit.
ana conie to a cojntry where it rains once Medford, passed the senate Monday.
: to the flouring mill of the plaintiff at trout was not very fat, hut was about
A Pleasing Sense
Also his bill appropiatiqg $1717.17 for They broke the tongue of the wagon, I
MENS WHITE KNIT UNDERWEAR, REG PRICE 50 CTS.
but done no other serious damage, ex
Gf health and strength renewed and Echo and destroyed it. The case was two feet long, and was pronounced fine
Dr. J. 8. Parson left Friday morning via the relief of Jackson county.
! hotly contested and will probably be ' I eating Uy those enjoying the meal.
the Central Pacific route on his eastern trip
Representative Price secured the
To be. Cloned out of got tn.
intending to take in the inauguration at passage of liis bill to create the office contact with Mr. Herington’s residence Syrup of Figs, as it acts in harthofiy i appeuled to the supreme court.
Surveyor McCall was up in the Bis-
Washington and to visit relatives and
with nature to effectually cleanse the'
MENS GREY KNIT UNDERWEAR REG PRICE 50 CTS.
Ktyous this week 'locating some timber
friends in his Pennsylvania home, and to be of recorder of conveyances in Clacka
system when costive or billious. For : a letter to the Portland Board of Trade, land belonging to the O. A C. officials,
gone about a month.
mas, Clatsop, Umatilla, Union and
To be Closed out st 2H cts.
sale in 50c. and $ 1.00 bottles by all calling the attention of that Ixaly to Sisson A Crocker wanting the wood on
Marcus and Mose Isaacs, of Etna, Siski- Jackson counties. It simply amends
Engineer R. T. Meilis was over al
von county, were in Ashland this week, for 1 the law already in the code, by adding Hornbrook last week and reports lots
MENS HEAVY RED ♦ KNIT UNDERWEAR
ern Oregon wagon road business, so it. This land was taken up by private
the purpose of disposing of »>.000 lb«, of but these counties to those of Linn, Wash
ter in this market They have since con ington, Marion and Yamhill, each hav-
To be Closed out at 75cts.
for the railroad company when the
up]*er drift in the Black Jack mine to
tinued on to Portland to be present at a
wedding of a nephew.
; ing the required 1200 voters.
route was located some years ago, and
»trike bed rock iu Cottonwood canyon
You are respectfully in vital to call
, . . , „
HEAVY GREY BLANKETS, REG PRICE, $4,
Thé new license law to regulate the i» iu 175 feet. In the lower tunnel, and examine my stuck in trade and ,, A barrel of fresh New Orleans mo consists of a large tract.
W W. Williams, late of the track and
transfer firm, went to Independence Satur selling ot ardent spirits has passed the which is being used to drain the water, prices next door west of Mrs. Boyton’s !
,k’ud8 °f ’yrUp 0"
To be Closed out at fSM.
Ayers, Barbour A Elviage have fitted !
day to visit friends. Mr W. and hla family legislature. It fixes the license at some good paying gravel was discov millinery store, Main street, Ashland. I hand
E- M- Millers,
will soon take up their residence iu Polk
MENS HATS, NORBY STYLES, REG PRICE, $1.
eountv again. They have made many $400; for selling malt liquor alone, ered. This mine is owned by Geo.
Yours truly, G. E. D ean .
ing places: C. H. Luderman, bouts'
friends during their stay in Ashland who I $200. The applicant must get a ma Barr A Co., and M. Sullivan aud Cun
and shoes, I O O F block; Mrs. Foun-1
To le Closed out at 5<kts.
will regret their depatture.
Jackson Hockersmith, who raises a Utin, millinery, Reeser block; and to-!
jority of all votes cast at the preceding ductor Morgan are interested iu it. ■ Harmon’s pure rubber finger shields
MENS BOOTS REGULAR PRICE, $2 50.
election on his petition. The law does Tbev receutly refused $8,000 for the for penholders and pencils. Strength- : quality of potatoes every year that are day arc dividing and fitting up the •
Uncle Towi'a Cabin.
i ens the grip on the penholders and . noted for their excellence, has 2ÜÛU lbs.
claim from San Francisco parties.
not apply to incorjjoratod town.
large room of E. P. Rideout’s boot and j
To be Closed out at V pair.
McFadden's famous “Boaton Mammoth
Several car loads of pipe arrived last eases the fingers from cramp and fa- of choice Early Rose potatoes for sale, shoe store and express office for Moral
Double Uncle Tom's Cabin Company,” the
tigue. For sale at Burckhalter A at a cent and a half per jiouud.
flnest organization of the kind in ‘he world,
MENS HEAVY' WORKING SHOES,
John B. Wrisley is in the city to-day. below the Black Jack, aud their long Hasty’s.
will hold the boards at Granite Hall next
Woo-Jyartl in Ashland.
To be Closed out at fl qair.
Friday evening. February 22. The compa
C. Cryderman returned to Siskiyou flume is completed.
D. R. Mills is in Chicago buying 4 There is a well stocked wood yard Portland as one of the jurors in the
ny consists of twenty celebrated artists, county this morning.
spriug goods for D. R. A E. V. Mills.
back of the Novelty Block, corner second M. E.church trial of a minister, ■
each a specialty in his or her particular line.
Sixteen degrees above zero at Y reka exhibiting some fine specimens of
The fascinating and handsome Putnam
Main and Hargadine streets. Dry, 16 of Boise City, Idaho, Rev. J. D. Flen-1
quarts at Hornbrook, one-of which, as
Twin Sisters are excellent as the funnv Snndav
Reduced to f~ pair.
inch stove wood and 18 and 20 inch | ner, who has been dejiosed from the!
at O. H. Blount’s.
• Top’ies. "The Eclipse Quartette, the flnest
heater wood, delivered on short notice ministry. The former trial was noted
quartette of plantation jubilee singers in
W . H. Parker, Ot Nebraska, is tislt- large as a good sized fist, showed con
MENS LONGLEG GUM BOOTS,
Boy’s suits (rum $2 75 up at O. H. any where in town.
America. A pack of imported man-eating ing his old neighbor, F. Rojier, of Ash- siderable more gold than quartz.
mostly for bringing out the human :
The miles on Klamath qver, as well Blount’s.
liloodhound«. The comical trick donkev, »1
N. B.—All parties hauling wood to nature of clergymen in a very unenvi i
"Jill;” new and elegant sceuers, wonderful
. as those in southern Oregon, are show
mechanical effects, etc., all combined, rnak-i Give the urder for
fur the renewal ut
of ing up better every year and with the
Fresh compressed yeast for sale at town or having wood for sale in large able light,a religious-political preacher*
or small lots will do well to call at the named Rev. G. M. Irwin being the
ing the tni»l complete company of the kind vour paper or magazine to Burckhalter
MENS KNEE BOOTS, GUM,
the U. 8. Bakery.
inexistence. Among the |>uck of trained A Hasty and it will l>e promptly for aid of more capital this industry prom
office of C. W. Ayers at the almve chief prosecutor.
Those $2| working boots at Blouut's corner.
bloodhound* with this mammoth show will
ises to open up an avenue of consider
appear the famous dog Tiger, Tiger is a warded without further trouble to you. able wealth to this section in the are the boss.
I. R. Dawson, secretary of the mer
monster beast, and at one time belonged to
Burckhaller A Hasty can forward chants’ protective union of the north
Don t wait until too late if you want a Bargain.
S. Moral, of the Santa Rosa, Cal, future.________
Artists materials al H. 8. Evaus’.
Jarrett A Palmer of New York, but was
subscription of your pafier or mag west tor many years, who acts a» as- i
purchased bv Mr. McFadden especially for
Miner's Addition to Ashland is the
12 doz. Switz Conde underwear re azine cheaper than you can do it your signee for the benefit of creditors, is
this troupe. He has been twice across th« this week, and was so well pleased with
waters to Enrupe and has had an eventful Ashland as a business place that they choicest and best located for residence ceived at O. H. Blount’s this week self.
about to wind up the stock of J. D.
history. Tiger is well trained and will be expect to open a dry goods store here purposes. Consult your own interests The first ever exhibited in Ashland.
Fresh bread delivered at your door Fountain. Mr Dawson put Mr. Foun-!
seen in bi-s great act at the performance
and look at this property before you
next Fridav night. It is in the rocky pass in the near future.
Up with the times not cue year be every morning by 9 a . m . Orders left Uiin in charge of the stock without any
scene when'Elisa.with her child, is escaping
Rev. F. W. Gookin.tbe Baptist min Easy terms. Call on the ¡»remises for hind, are the good» D. R. Mills will at Bakery, opposite Odd Fellows Hall •ec'irity, something that has not been
among the rocks. In this scene the mon
done by him but once before during
bring from Chicago.
will be promptly attended to.
will leave Ashland iu the near information*
ster beast, with niuxxle off. springs upon his
his long term in that business. It is a
victim, a colored slave, dashes him to the future. Mr. G. has made many friends
ground. One would naturally think the <1uring
The beet cakes and cookies ever of
substantial compliment to Jim’s hon
his stay here and those
slave was being torn to pieces, but he always f the chUrcb’a» well a* others regret fered in Jackson couuty at the U. S. O. H. Blounts.
Water proof building paper, wrap esty and integrity which is endorsed;
manages to set around to a rood square!
l. . cnYrv11 .
1 ” o,uel> rtKn-1
All kinds of oils at H S. Evaii?’. x
ping paper and twine at H. 8. Evans’, bv the community.
Bakery opposite Odd Fellows Hall, x
ujZalthc next moraine
his intention to leave.
DESIRABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY
Location in Ashland.
City of Ashland.
The Choicest Lots,
The Finest View,
The Lowest Price,
The Easiest Grade
DON’T MISS IT!
Only 30 Days More
Grand Clearance Sale
And during that Period Bar
■ gains Unprecedented will be offered.
Our stock must be Reduced before
spring stock arrives.
0. H. BLOUNT,