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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1889)
SAGE BRUSH SPRIGS.
CENTRAI, POINT NEWS.
THE LOWEIA j OF OREGON .
Mills’ $3 calf sewed shoe is cheap.
seeds at E. M. Miller’s grocery. |
Geo. Hershberger has sold his resi
A shlamp , O b
T kwpat . April 25. law, [ More rain.
dence to Mr. J. Parks, our efficient • scheme of building a large ditch, or law office into the DePe a tt block.
See the blouse jerseys at D. R. & E. |
Work is progressing on thc new jail. blacksmith; con., $50(1.
canal, on Rogue river, at Gold Hill,
J B. Riddle, formerly of Medford, V. Mills’.
will become a reality. The three is erecting a $2500 hote*l at Riddle’s,1
PKRSOfSAL AND SOCIAL
All wool red underwear for $1 at
English gentlemen who came out and Douglas county.
I j»aid Linkville a visit yesterday.
engageii in surveying the streets of our «•mined the feasibility of the scheme
J. B. Carli-le went tobi-non thi- morning.
Capt. John Siemens’ “cub” seems to • town priqiaratory to grading them.
Rowe <fc More have put up a neat i
Alex. Zevely wan in from Keno thL» week. ! be dispirited, and we know why.
Messrs. Amy <fc Ripjiev sold 250 acres ! of Gold Hill, and ex-Chief Justice' office building at their lumber yards
A» far as outward appearance» go, of their Watson land to Kane of yOur j Blackburn of Iowa, have returned to between tlie stock yards and the depot.
Simeon Farlow was over from Butte creek
Ten shades all wool Henrietta at D.
1 Klainath count}* never looked more city last week for $10,000. It ia* the I London, favorably impressed with the ; A. F. Shultz is putting up a neat R. <fc E. V. Mills’.
west part of said land.
Mrs. J. J. Fruell returned to Montagne I inviting.
practicability of the scheme, and the dwelling house on A street as a resi
Fresh compressed yeast for sale at;
i A land contest is in progress be-1 Geo. Hershberger will build a resi magnficent water power that could be dence for W. P. Parsons, of the Depot
the U. 8. Bakery.
John W. Mc Wuliaiu» and wife, of Nevada, tween one Cooper and Frank Arant, dence on the six-acre tract he bought obtained from Rogue river for manu-!
are in the city.
l»oth of Pine Grove.
of Mrs. Cooksey some time ago, as soon facturing puqioses. The result of their
Harry, the only son of Mr. and Mrs.
Toni Scott, tlie barber, is over in Siskiyou I To read the Stir intelligently we as he can procure the material.
report and whether the English capi A. Close, died Sunday night and was I “
county thi» week.
The Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
must now be provided with about a
Messrs. Harbough and Skinner have talists decide to invest in this enter buried in Ashlahd cemetery Monday
has come to stay.
J. M. Colenianleft for bis old home at $7.50 medical dictionary.
purchase«! the west part of the Stowe prise, will be known by the middle of i afternoon.
Dixon, CaL, Momlay.
Satines 10c, 14c, 15c, 25c, and 35c i
Several hundred trout have been
Geo. McDonald, one of Langell val donation land claim on Butte creek of ' next month. If it should prove favor-
H. C. Memienger went to Portland on bus ley’s prominent stockmen and farmers, the Davis’s for $3000 A cheap place, I able, as all the present indications taken out daily from Ashland and j at D. R. & E. V. Mills’.
iness yesterday evening.
Very fine paterns in summer chal-
inetro(»olu on business.
is in tlie metrofiolis
New comers are coming in. Mr. seem to lie, Gold Hill will wake up and Bear creeks, about town since the 1st
. have a big boom this summer. The of April. They are fine ones.
Rev. F. W. Gookin and wife left Friday
at D. R. <fc E. V. Mills’.
for their home back East.
j ditch has been surveyed and is four
The little child of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. ' Go to McCall’s and see their new
i a .«pin of their own acconl across the house belonging to Geo. M. Hanah, of
Mrs. D. T Hearn, of Medford, was visiting Linkville bridge the other evening re- Umatilla county, vacated two days be- j miles long, with a 60 ft. fall, and is 6 Burney, of Oregon City, fell down the
Ashland friends yestenlay.
ft. at the bottom and 12 at the top. cellar way at the Oregon hotel yester goods, cheap as the cheapest.
sulting in no serious damage.
fore by Tilton Smith.
Gent’s all wool summer caps; some
The immediate necessity for this will
Miss Ada Trombly is teaching a success
J. T. Forbes and wile expect to start
W. B. A. Temple has a small house be for furnishing water jiower for day, rupturing a kidney. She is improv-: thing new at D. R. & E. V. Mills’.
ful school at Wagner creek.
I Every style of men’s hats at O. H.
Rocky P. Earhart and daughter were on to Tulare county, Cal., in a few days and an out »tore room completed, and [quartz mills, with the expectations
Big preparations are being made for Blount’s; prices 50cts to $5.
yesterday's north bound train.
that capitalists, in the near future, will
building a house suitable for a etore, . become interested and put in at least tlie Odd Fellows celebration at Med
O’fxmner, the oarsman,was on Tuesday's has not met for over 30 years.
ford to-morrow (Friday). A number i
Joseph Scott, an expert horseman of w'tl* ^oon,8 above 28x40 feet.
north liound train for Portland.
a number of factories.
for society use at Burckhalter &
MEN’S UNDERWEAR AT COST FROM 25cta UP.
people from this and other places in ' i styles
Jos. Rader, tbe Butte creek furmer and
J. H. Griffiths & Co. are negotiating the valley will be present.
stock raiser, was over this week.
MEN’S OVERALLS REG. PRICE 75cts
ville. He rc|>orts everything tranquil ten acre tract he bought of Amy and with a party from Portland for the
Lace curtains in pairs, lace curtains
John Wexler, of the U. 8. Bakery,
Harbaugh, with the new grubber be- purpose of putting in a saw mill on
C. 11. Watson has lieen at the coanty and prosperous in his neighborhood.
TO CLOSE OUT AT 55cts.
seat this week on legal buxines».
Larkin W. Carr, general manager of k>n«‘,?K to J-Wrisley. It is the best Sardine creek near Gold Hill. A rep has his show window filled with hand & E. V. Mills’.
Judge W. H. Moore, of Linkville, was in
resentative of Mitchell <fc Co., of Port
BUY’S OVERALLS, REG PRICE 50cts
, Accident insurance by the day,
tbe city Monday, en route north.
interest» in Modoc county, Cal., and 8Cen-
land, is in the vicinity for the purjiose is an artist at making these fancy fix- 1 month or year in the Pacific Mutual
TO CLOSE OUT AT 40cts.
Mrs. Heidrk-k is in from Klamath county Klamath county, Or, is in Linkville on 1
We liad a meeting of the citizens of of securing their order for the machin ings as well as in the cake and bread for a nominal sum.
this week with her children on a visit.
business pertaining to the same.
our town and its surrounding country ery. B. F. Mdler tells our informant line.
BOY’S HATS, FROM 35cts UP.
Everybody cordially invited to ex-1
The Wright creek bridge, just south
R. L. Andrus ami wife left for Bolivar,
It is rejiorted that tbe troops now
«Ln?i<,er ,b‘* ^«»ability of raising that it is a sure thing
Naw York, Friday, via tlie H. P. route.
stationed at Ft. Klamath are ordered 1000 h0“118 J0."“1 M[’ Fox “nd °Ith«r8
MEN’S NOBBY HATS, TO CLOSE FROM 75cts UP.
Dr. Braden went to San Francisco
goods at Fountain’s*
Mrs. M. N. IxMig has been visiting Mr». to move next mohth, but where yjpy !
ln upeAtion one of the last Friday with a sample of his quartz the proper authorities. It has been
MEN’S WOOL PANTS, FROM $2 TO CLOSE AT COST.
B. A. Htannard at Grant’s Pass this week.
Parasols, perfect beauties, just re
go, and whether or not they are to be Ilalcst,
1k'8‘ fruU ^[loraton. in prospects for the purpose of having laying in a half completed condition
our town. It will be a go, them tested. He is expected home for months, entirely useless to every ceived at McCall’s, direct from tbe
Col Thoa. Harlan, the genial editor of replaced by others,Nve are not informed. I 1 venteil,
veuted> in °ur
MEN’S EXTRA PANTS, REGULAR PRICE $5 TO $6,
manufacturer in New York.
tlie Medford Mail, was doing the city Satur
J j I«
as the principal part of thc
the funds was
. a < al < • i
Nothing short of the Lick telescope
tb‘at £y< The remainder » I ! again the last of this week.
TO BE CLOSED OUT AT $3, BELOW COST.
Twenty acres unimproved fruit land
The adv. of Rowe & More undergoes
E. Sanderson Smith, of old Gohl
Billy Carll, the popular sheriff of Lake can now bring the Star nearer to this i will soon be raised.
ecord . adjoining Ashland for sale at a bargain.
county, was on Tuesday's train for Port poor forsaken little mundane sphere
MEN’S FINE CLOTHING, ALL AT COST.
Drath of “Father” Beeson.
constantly at work at day-time, put on They are now prepared to furnish the G. F. Billings.
since it (the Star) has assum^l its
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
MEN’S LIGHT WEIGHT SUITS, TO CLOSE AT $4 15.
Geo. H. Peck, of Hisson, was in the valley present high moral “shoo fly” attitude.
John Beeson, the venerable old pio a night shift of five more Monday finishing lumber, rustic, flooring, et<[. in the leading companies at lowest
this week )>urcha»ing chickens for jiarties
neer so well known in southern Ore
Give them your order.
MEN’S HEAVY SUITS, TO CLOSE AT $5 SUIT.
rates. G. F. Billings.
ters, one of our best citizens, whose gon, died at the residence of his son, for the purpose of striking the main
John G. Gore went to Red Bluff Monday taxable property amounts to over $8,- Welliorn Beeson, at Wagner creek, quartz lead of the several almost fabu
An extensive assortment of lady’s
MEN’S FINE DRESS SUITS, REGULAR PRICE $20 TO $22 50
in the interest of the home library associ
000, informed us that he gave his note , last Sunday, in the 86th year of his lous “pockets” that have made Gold is a handsome number. The engrav and gentlemen’e shoes and boot», di
TO CLOSE AT $15 TO $16 SUIT.
Hill famous in years past. Mr. S. is ings are mostly of Puget bound towns rect from Boston, at J. M. McCall’s.
W. C. Johnson, a Boston boot and shoe this spring for $30 worth of seed wheat, age. The burial was in the Wagner sanguine of the successful ending of and the supplement, a buatiful tinted
A bunch of horses and cattle belong- creek cemetery Monday and the funer
BOY’S CLOTHING BELOW COST.
man, was »topping in the city several days
engraving, is of Admiralty Inlet, with the subscription of your paper or mag
ing to the estate of Mrs. Isaac Wilson, al services were from the U. M. L. Hall, the enterprise, and it is hoped that he Mt. Baker in the background.
will strike the lead, which, if anything
azine cheaper than you can do it your-
MEN’S AND BOY’S BOOTS AND SHOES, ALL AT COST.
Thoa. Kist, of Etna, whobaslieen in Ash deceased, was sold at auction yeater conducted under the auspices of the
Miss Ada Heine, daughter of the
projiortion to the mineral magnitude
land for some weeks, has returned to day, bringing fabulous prices. The I Southern Oregon Spiritualistic Society
E. B. Hunsaker has a numl»er of fine
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND NOTIONS BELOW COST.
terms ot sale were not spot cash, which ■ by the^ secretary, Wm. Breeze. The of the “pockets,” will eclipse the famous musician, M. Josef Heine, was report residence lota that are to be had at low
funeral was largely attended, some 25
Dr. Gill, of Jacksonville, was over at sufficiently explains.
prices and easy terms. Apply at
bowels millions of dollars has been first of the week, an artery in the head | music room*
Klamath City this week and will eventually
teams being in the procession.
John Beeson arrived in this county extracted for the geucral good and bad having bursted, and it seemed almost ! A large stock of fine summer goods
ly purchased from Joseph Scott a
impossible to stop the flow of blood.
E. M Burris», a Han Francisco commer
the fall of 1853, and settled on the of mankind.
have arrived at the tailor shop on cor
cial man, and a relative ot I. W. Burris», fine(?) span of black roadsters for the place where his only son, Welborn,
Geo. H. Tyler goes out to the Tyler ' ner of Granite and Main streets, ready
sum of $80. Their respective pedi
is in tbe city.
lives, and has been a resident of this formed a co-partnership in the real es soda springs in the Dead I.idian sec to be put into dandy summer suits.
D. Wilson went over to Colestein yester- grees probably read back as far as the valley every since. Although a little tate business, and their card appears in tion this week, and will go to work put
Do you want one?
<iay to lienefit his health. Mrs. Wilson ac-
man in stature he seemed a big man this issue of the R ecord . They are ting the road to this summer resort in
l onipunied him.
Why worry aliout leaving your fam
The musical vibrations of “Jim” mentally, and his whole life was given enterprising, wide-awake and progres first-class condition for the accommo
poor when you can guarantee them
Mrs. E. L. Hollenbenk and little son will Fountain’s contagious mirthful discov
?r» to Oakland. Cal., this week for the bene- eries can be distinctly heard from up to what he considered the bettering sive, and being thoroughly posted on
competency by investing
of humanity. Starting out as one of the nature of the country and its won business.
t af her health.
a few dollars annually in The Pacific
“String town to Bunch town.” We the original Al*olitionists, he has always derful natural advantages and unlim
The Ashland M. D’s. having publish Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Cal.?
J. T. firegg. ex-speaker of the house of'
representatives, was visiting in Ashland the know of none other who is so happily been an earnest advocate of every' re ited tesources, they are exceptionally ed their schedule of charges, it is now Its policies are the safest and most
gifted by nature unless it is “Abe' form that he believed to be for the im well qualified for carrying on a suc injorder for the undertakers to give us i
first of thc week.
liberal under the stars. Boyd, agent;
provement of mankind, and his zeal cessful business. They are making ar their prices, so that people going to office in The Oregon.
Mrs. Owens a W. C. T. I', lecturer from Helman.
Baltimore, talked at tbe Baptist church in
Mart. T. Walters of Lakeview,owner for the causes he advocated often made rangements for issuing printed matter Ashland will know how much it may
Ashland this week.
The Helman farm in the city of
of the celebrated race-horse, Al Farrow,1 hini impractical. During the war and concerning their country at the R ecord cost them to reach their final sleep.—
Ashland has been subdivided and is
Robt. Martin, a Yreka young man now now at San Jose, passed through Link- at other times when his mind was office, and intend by advertising to [Yreka Journal.
aanistant railroad agent a] Redding, Cal., ville on Thursday (18th) on his way to strong and active he was a friend and bring people’s attention to their neg
now offered in small tracts at very
T. H. Cone and G. M. Parkinson reasonable prices. If you want a
was doing the city yesterday.
that city to look after his valuable acquaintance of Abraham Lincoln, lected part of the county.
have gone into the business of manu pleasant home or a good investment in
Mrs. Gillette went over to Sisson Tuesday equine sjtecimen. Mr. Walters inform Peter Cooper and other great philan
facturing soda pop, etc., and during , a good part of Ashland don’t, fail to
Boaixl of Trade Meeting.
to visit her daughter, Mrs. L. L. Merrick, ed us that he would probably sell Al
thropists. He was a vegetarian and
who is reported as being unwell.
A special meeting of the board was the summer will star' a first-class^ce , see this tract. For sale by G. F. Bill
Farrow before returning to Lakeview. has not eaten meat or drank any liq
cream stand in connection on one of ings,
J. B. Trombly, the Wagner creek mining
or A. D. Helman.
We grant that we are not endowed uors since his boyhood, and often refer-
man, went over to Kinmath river yesterdny
Secretary’s report of last meeting
to look after mining interests there.
with that terse, admirable a la Hal- ed to the fact that he was never sick a
Cunnyngham & Co. report tlie
read and approved. Remarks were fares in Ashland.
R. 8. Culverwell and J. W. Brown, 8. P. stead or Dana manner of dashing off day in his life.
saliAd F Albright’s place of 160 acres
Being childish from old age, he
railroa«! surveyors, were in town to-day. our thoughts, and we think it cruel in
in his Highland Park addition which ;; on Evans creek to D L Wilson, of Oak
They are surveying a culvert at Clawson the Star thus to dampen in their infan would wander after visionary ideas and be and J. S. Walter.
he will dispose of cheap. These lots land, Cal; con., $2400.
cy our humble aspirations and at the cause of his death was brought on
Alvin W. Wright, of Glendale,’Doug
B. A. Peckham, railroad agent nt San tempts, which might, if encouraged by one of these streaks. He was la three was appointed to submit plans are in a healthy and most desirable
Mateo, Cal., accompanied by Ills wife, are
county, has been appointed post
visiting Miss Lubeck ami other friends in by such profound journalistic talent as boring under the notion that a spirit
fruit trees on them, and will yield fruit master in place of J. M. Singletary,
the Star possesses, be the means of had told him that a thief, now dead, appointed Dr. Beebe, S. B. Galey and this season. Secure one before they resigned.
Jas P. Isbell, miller at the Ashland roller raising us to an exalted and enviable had buried some of his stolen money A. T. Kyle such com. On motion the
Byron Cole, proprietor of the Cole-
mills, went to The Dalles Haturday, with position, even equal to its own. Who on Wagner creek and wanted Mr. Bee president and secretary were added to are all taken*
the intention of bringing his mother to Ash knows?
Jeff Bell had on exhibition at Steph- i stein soda springs hotel property, an
son to get the amount and distribute it the com.
land to reside.
On motion of 8. B. Galey the propo enson’s stables Saturday a two-year-old nounces in the advertising columns of
J. F. Adams has adopted a novel, for some charitable purpose, so that
Miss Mamie Judge, who has been spend
of Dr.Beebe to work for the board Norman-Lcviatlian colt, which he the R ecord the opening of this place
of operating i j
ing a short vacation in Ashland, returned though
in circulating advertisng matter was brought up to be photographed by for a limited number of guests during
yesterday to he - jxjst at Chico, Cal , as Pos on his ditch extension, using hay-knives re8*’ e,,sy- Under this hallucination he
Logan. It weighs 1100 lbs. now and is the coming summer season, commenc
tal telegraph aaent.
instead of plows, scrapers, picks and 7en-^ 10 wor^ unbeknown» to lus son s accepted.
a fine looking animal, for which he has ing May 1st. This watering place
David F. Fox went to Virginia City, Nev. shovels as are generally used in per
on behalf of this board, our refused $300. Jeff will probably stand since tho completion of the overland
Tuesday, taking with him a specimen of forming such work. The
Z------ -- of
„ an amount of earth that would be a morialize,
railroad, has become quite famous up
him next season.
quarts tor analysis. He expects to be with the
CA- J ,
us again in the fall.
Mr. Royce, of the Royce-Lansing and down the whole coast as an excep
final a tri-weekly mail route between Ash
plains the necessity for using that kind Jet* nian This laid him
. . up
Wm. Barrett, of the Linkville livery of an implement, being a tough tule V brought on bis death by exhaustion. land andKeno,and to ask the Portland Comedy Co., who has a ministerial look tionally fine place for »¡»ending a few
stables, brought some parties over the Ash
board of trade to lend a helping hand in to him, attended services in a Missouri weeks recreation and rest from business
land-Linkville road in a hack from the lat
Oliver Shead, who was brought to the same direction.
town one Sabbath. After their con during the heated term, under the
ter town last Monday.
resting only on a thin muddy forma
clusion the minister approached him bright blue canopy of heaven, sniffing
This sod 1 is
Ashland White Sulphur Springs
1 cut in
1- blocks about
C. H. Zuderman and Ed. P. Morse re tion. T-.l
of one to prepare a memorial to the 8. anil said: “A brother minister I be the balmy zephyrs ’neath the grand,
turned Hatnrday from a trip at the Bhovei two feet square, then lifted out by
sublime and majestic Siskiyou mount-
creek springs. Geo. 0. Eddings and H. R. hand. About six or seven rods in week for the beneficial influence of the P. K. R. Co. asking that a rebate be lieve?” “No,” said Mr. Royce, “I am
ai is, or words to that effect.
Boynton returned Tuesday.
length by ten feet in width is an aver
Ad- health, died Saturday. He was aged cars who stop off at Ashland.
W. H. Barr, of Medford, called on the age day’s work for one man. LZ..
Jos. Seeds, who was a resident of
Gov. Pennoyer, in selecting that old
A permanent ;•< >n. of three—Geo. B.
-' A i about
RKenan yesterday, and informs us that J.
73 years, and
» a wealthy
» i, citizen, i Landers, Chas. Mosley and A. T. Kyle southern Oregon for nine years before pioneer horseman, James McDonough
H. Dickinson has sold tlie Clarendon hotel .„<1 hM 3«-» ou. t’hrougl. on. «.™ ^^5,
returning to Iowa just after the Modoc of Willow Springs, as the Jackson
to a party from California.
I | mines in Washington Territory. The —to look after the roads of Ashland war, was camped in Ashland this week county member of the Southern Ore
W. W. Skaggs, a Santa Rosa carpenter
' cause of his death was a disease in the
with his family of six children. He is j gon agricultural fair association, made
who was working in Ashland last summer, reach the main waters of Little Klam
out here on a tour of investigation and
has lieen visiting in town, having been out ath Like, the proposed fountain-head
first-class appointment. Mc. has for
Adjourned to Saturday, 7: 30 P. M. may conclude to re-locate somewhere a years
looking nt his ranch in Klamath county.
been interested in bringing to
of his ditch, where a lasting supply of was taken to his home on Sunday’s
on his old camping ground.
Chauncy Porter, son of the late mill man water awaits his coming. This exten train, accompanied by Mrs. Shead and
the front some of the fastest race-hors
Dennis Porter, arriveii from Michignn ye.s- sion will be completed in ample time i ' Dr. Herndon.
Through the courtesy of Max Pracht, es in this part of the country. The
almut 50 of the solid citizens of the
tenlav on a visit to relatives here. Wc ac
newly appointed collector of cus first meeting of this association will be
knowledge a pleasant call this morning.
for that territory, we have receiv held at Roseburg, which place will
Max Praclit is expected home this week.
THE MOST CENTRAL
report of Gov. Swineford of make an effort to have it the perma-
His family wil) go to Alaska to sjieml the
summer. W. B. Pracht will proiubly ac ing demand, the ditch wil be extended *aH wh()^thorou^llly csnversant with time. It will be but a short time un Alaska for the year 1888. It is full of ' nent place of meeting.
cept a deputy ship under the administration. some five or six miles further on to the lfae m
nie. til it will contain the names of all the interesting information concerning the I
Thc work of moving the Ashland
Oliver McKee and wife, who have been in eastward from its present terminus, monftliie our representatives in con- business men, and others not actively doings of that country, also contains a
House back commenced this week, pre
Klamath county winding up the transfer of thereby accommodating several parties
for a tri weekly mail service, al- engaged in business, in Ashland and large map of the territory prepared by paratory to putting in the two story
their farm, etc., came in Monday in answer
aflk the .^¡.unce of the Portland the surrounding country. The mem the U. 8. Geological Surveyors.
to a telegram that their daughter was seri who have hied on large tracts of land
solid brick hotel building with a front
««der the D^rt Act whwh is com^ |
of Uade -n U)e matter with the bership up to the present is: II B
ously ill at Wdliams creek.
Two San Francisco mining experts, age of 66 feet. A large quantity of
Messrs. Watson and Fields, were over
Dr. Lapeus and wife, of Nebraska, arrive«! >
rg th,u Engle, W H Atkinson, S B Galey, Geo at Henley last week examining some rock for the foundation is already on
in the valley last week and the doctor has ■ of water can be obtained; ami this gnd thp(jc two
EACH 22 FT. FRONT BY 120 FT. 4 INCHES DEEP.
fell into a gook practice at Central Point ditch is the only prospect they have to
ougbt l(C „nioved by the gpirjt„ B Landers, C W Ayers J 8 Walter 1< of the mines in that vicinity. They thc ground. This will make quite a
already. Mrs. L. is a daughter of Mr. and secure sufficient water by
1 ie> to grant this request. Messrs. Ferree Roi*’r> Chas E Beebe, W II Leeds, b J were not looking for cheap ones hut Main street.
Mrs. 8. Cowles, of Ashland.
The proprietor, J. J.
These Lots arc Located Diagonally Opposite the new HOTEL ORE
demands ii of the 1 gener-
run a scnii-wet*Kiy
over Kaiser, »----
D R ;; Mills J M McCall R K
i ; ®
7» were after some that were worth in the Strait i8 deserving of due credit for his GON, on the South Side of Main St., Corner of Hargadine Avenue, and for
A. G. Ross, a lg
vino awvaw <*v uiVOVHV) waaavaa v/waaxa azv |
T vicinity of $50,000. Their report to enterprise The Ashland is tbe pioneer
has been vi-iting his brother-in-law, C. B.
the land thus claimed. . Mr- increased to a *.
without much O.....
M m Patterson, n,.!..
Robt Taylor, J t San Francisco mining men may attract hotel of this place, having originall}' a first-class Business Investment have no equal in the City. Call on or ad-
Watson,went to ^u«t^ndTues<uV;and
, —.... , . A ld -1 tltle _ to
if not suite«i ui> there will return this way Adams deserves great credit for the en-. additional cost, ami the route would I Thornton, E C Payne, F D Wagner, E the attention of capital to that section.
been built by Eber Emery in ’52 or ’53.
•ml may conclude to locate here.
1 ergy he displays in endeavoring to per soon have an extensive travel.
1 Carter, Geo W Smith, S F Morine,
Geo. M. Parkinson returned this morn- feet an enterprise of so great value
W N Luckey, A C Helm, D L Beever, I
There will be a union meeting at the
ing from a business trip to Portland. He to that portion of the country, and
WBurriss, C H Luderman, Hosley & farmers of Eden precinct, called cm , I Congregational church at 10 A. M. on
Big Butte Blubbers.
the R ecord yesterday, accompanied i
purchasedla handwuue marble fountain 8|ioldd
substantially Bilk'd by those
! Pelton, H C Myer, 8 D Taylor, J by his son. Mr. Anderson has the' Tuesday next, April 30, in comtnemor
Big Butte schools are flourishing.
valued at $800 for the soda works and ice
, , • ___ . _•____ .
cream stand of Parkinson & Cone.
who are able and who expect some of | Miss Atla Bishop is visiting relatives Thompson, J K Van Sant, B F Reeser, foundation ready for the erection of a ation of the centennial of Washington's
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1 the benefits
F H Carter, Chas H Hosley, J W O handsome two story residence at his inauguration. A Historical address I
K. P. Pickens, the baiu s vallev farmer.
ami horse-raiser, was in the city’Sunday, successful completion of the same.
J A Swift, Wm M Gilroy, G F
will be delivered by Rev. H. P. Satcli-
Mr. P. says the indications for a bountiful, Linkville, Or.
L ynx C. D oyle . i Plenty of spring showers the past McConnell, EB Hunsaker. A P Ham fine farm, and wants bids on the same. well; Rev. F. G. Strange will speak of
See his ad. Jack wants a good job
harvest of cereal, vegetable ami fruit pro-
One of Jini Standley’s little girls is mond, M L McCall, C B Watson.
and this is is an opportunity for some the Literature of thc Inaugural; and
ductions were never better in this valley.
The Rev. I. D. Driver has started
G. J. Webster on the Benefits and
Mrs. laiura DeForce Gordon, tlie well- for Chicago, where he will remain for
The band contest at Jacksonville on first-class carpenter to make a record I Rev.
Dangers of Constitutional Government.
Frank Hays, who split his foot wide I May 13th, promises to be an exciting for himself.
known lady lawyer of California, who lives
a month, during which time he
Good music will be furnished by the
•I Blockton, was on Tuesday’s nortli-bound I will deliver a course of - - lectures. His open with an ax about a month ago, is
I. Kauffman, of^Thc A. P. Hotaling ! choirs of the city. All are cordially
! affair, as a large number of bands of
train for Washington territory “to help out
I southern Oregon and northern Califor- Co. of Portland, was on Monday’s
lier friends,’’ C„ « ---------
* . 1 "be visit is in the interest of the Methodist
: hospital, and it is thought he will ac- ; Asbury Beall anil Chris. Beale are j nia have signified a desire and willing- train for a business trip to San Fran i invited to be present.
Jessc Houck, the clerk of the Ashland ' complish a great deal during his ab- in Jacksonville thio week as witnesses ■ ness to contest for the prizes, which cisco. Mr. Kauffman will stop off at J B. NEWMAN, M. 1».,
House, has recovered from his kite indispo-1
in the Daliack case.
i amount to $150, to be awarded as fol- Ashland on his return with the view of
... deliver in a
sition, and lias given the proprietor, the I
lectures at . Westfield
The Mt. Pitt district will have eight | lows: First prize Of $85 to the band establishing a branch wholesale liquor
irrepressible Jack Strait, a chance to spend course ot lectures at w estnem,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
months school this coming summer. I executing the best selections; second store here. He believes Ashland to be
some of his valuable time and money lay- Moody s theological seminary,
How is tluit for tbe backwoods?
ing in bed with a dose of rheumatism.
prize of $50 to the next best, and a the place for more wholesale houses and
It is reported that Ben. Edmondson prize of $15 to the person executing the manufactories, and is properly the dis
B. F. Dowell writes from Washing
Hon. W, T. Hume, member of the last s
Office on Oak street, opposite The Oregon i
legislature ami of the law firm of Watson. ton: “McLean, of Grant’s Pass, is an has sold his r.uiche to some capitalist, finest cornet solo. Each band will be tributing point for all southern Oregon Hotel.
Hume Watson. Portland, was in the city ! applicant for minister to B«»gota, South who will erect a saw mill which is very required to play two pieces of their own and northern California.
Friday and Satunlav on an official visit to America. He made a goo«l canvas at much needed up here.
j selection. These prizes are given by
the Knights of Pythias lodge as grand,
Tbe professional card of Dr. J. B.
C. A. Chapman Inis sold one of his | the Imp’d Order of Red Men society, Newman apj»ears in another column
thc last election. He is a good Span
chancelor for the jurisdiction of Oregon.
quartz mines in Colorado for $5000. whose anniversary is celebrated on that
E. E. Sayles, the genial railroad boarding I
of the R ecord . Dr. Newman has a
house keeper at Steinman, made the i with tlie Spanish character, so I think It was rather a surprise to him as he i day. As the genuine hospitality of the ! ripe experience as a physician and sur
Rxcoaii office a pleasant call Saturday. J. he stands a goo«l chance for the posi never expected to get a dollar out of ; citizens of Jacksonville is known far
W. Blackburn, tlie old-time stage driver of tion."
it. He will remove to Ashland soon ’ and wide, there will no dcubt be a large geon, having held the position of sur-
Will be open May 1st,
! geon in the U. 8. army for a long time,
the overland route, who is running s lur at
that place now, intends going to California (
Los Angeles, April 18—Fred. Ryan,
‘ besides other wide experience. The
in May. The railroad workmen around son of Thomas Ryan, of Kansas, the departure very much and Ashland will which will end in a grand ball in the Doctor’s office and also liis residence is For tlie accommodation of a limited '
number of guests.
Steinman have been moved on tlie south
newly appointed minister to Mexico, is
on Oak street, and as his health has
side of tlie Siskiyous for the present.
lodging per week..................... $10 00
under arrest here on tlie charge of de
improved so much he has almut con
“ day....................... 1 50
frauding two lady acquaintances out of | : discuss some plan of preventing the
“ per day.......................................... 1 00 :
The carjienters of Ashland intend
$225. They endorse»! a draft for him
Mr. J. J. Houck and Miss
a carjienters union for the practice of his profession.
Hund were united in marriage at the on the ground that liis father would among the cattle. It was resolved to mutual benefit and protection of them-' a subscriber writes that “the Parker Camping privileges will be 50ets per week |
KMdence of the bride’s mother, on pay tl»«‘ amount, but tlie latter returne«! distribute salt and salt (ietre freely over selves. It has been decided that they 1 saw mill, 7 miles north of Brownsboro, for each individual.
BYRON COLE, I’ boprietob . I
Granite street, by Rev. F G. Strange the paper saying he had ceased paying tbe range. It is said to be fatal to | will meet at the Odd Fellows Hall on near RounffTop mountain, is now run- (50)
Every Lot is Covered with the Very Best grades of Budded l’eoclv
last night, surrounded by a few imme his son's debts. [TMis young man sheep, so sheep men had better be i Thursday, May 2d, for the pur- ning on full time and manufacturing a
diate relative»» and friends. We are in spent several weeks in Ashland reent- rather cautious in bringing their sheep I pose of taking the preliminary steps superior quality ot yellow pine lumber
Apple, Pear, Prune, Plum and Cherry Trees.
receipt of a liberal supply of wedding ly, anti “worked” the town on the to this part of tbe country.
toward organizing. All the fraternity which cannot be excelled in the state,
Lot» Inclosed and Street» Graded.
P eck ’ s B ai » B oy .
cake, with indications good for some same “racket” to the tune of about
I All qualities of lumber can also be
thing “wetter” as soon as this issue of $100, when he skipped. Parties who
j had at this mill at a reasonable figure.
Baltxl Hay lor Sale.
the pajar is off. The R kcoki » joins sent liis bills to tbe ol«l gent received
Any one in reach of the mill and in
Jesse's numerous friends in wishing word that he paiil his son’s bills to
HE UNDERSIGNED WANTS BIDS
need of good lumber cannot do better
for the erection of a two-story residence
him and his fair Wide all the happi kc-ep him out of trouble until In* had ness, should Like on every trip a l»ottle
! at liis farm two miles west of I’hoenix.
ness ami prosperity their new relation nearly bankruptetl him, ami was now of Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleas quantity ef baled alfalfa hay, which i liable and energetic business men. A Parties
they are coring cheap.
unable and-unwilling to staml goo«l
is heir to.
good ox-driver and logger can get a fications at A. Weeks' place two miles north
liver and bowels, preventing fevers,
for any more.
of Medford. Bids to be sent in on or before
For latl shingles, pickets and fruit
headaches and other forms of sickness.
Wright's Red Cross Cough Cure tlie
’ May 4th, 1KM0. I reserve the right to reject
any ami all bids.
J. A. A sueksok .
Men’s red flannel underwear $1 00 For sale at 50c and $1 a bottle by all boxes of ; 'I kinds, address, Mt. Shasta ately.”
best remedy on the market for coughs
Phoenix, Or., April 24.18S0.
Artist* materials at H. 8. Evans’.
M'f’g. Co. Sisson, Cal.
and colds. Sold by T. K. Bolton, f
at O. H. Blount’s.
' Em. V allxy R ecobv :—
R etiring F rom B usiness .
»"n' CLOSING OUT AT COST! CLOSING OUT AT COST
Contemplating a change in my
business at an early period, I will
offer my entire stock at cost until
the same is closed out.
Come Early if you want BARGAINS.
The whole stock must go as we
are determined to close out the
0. H. BLOUNT,
DESIRABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY
MAIN Street and MARGARINE Avenue.
Location in Ashland.
City of Ashland.
SO d T s PRINGS
MTEL The Choicest Lots,
The Finest View,
The Lowest Price,
The Easiest Grade.