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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1889)
SAGE BRUSH SPRIGS.
ODDS AND ENDS.
Buy a White»
The best cigars at the Soda Fountain«
A Solo by “Pump" Tuesday evening.
Allen W. Bish has moved to this place
Chloride of lima in bulk at Chitwood’s.
Gen. Lew Wallace inteml« visiting Ore
.!udu<- Smith ami wife <*ontemplate vis
AbHLAND, Oa. .T hcbouav . Avo. 29, Dre»
The \-hland state Norma) School ixgin-
Sticky and poison fly-paper at Chitwood’s.
iting friemi» east in a sliort time.
Born—In this <-ity. August 18th, 1889,
Fre-h band-made candies at the Soda
The Milkstool Brigade will drill at Gran
Several panics from abroad are in
MàKHONAL. ANi> Hi>CIAL
pound in Alturas, Cal.
PAYS THE HIGHEST MARKET
The sale of |«ersonal property at the C.
Pickles in any style at E. M. Miller’s
Tom Seott, Jr., ha« relumed from Cali
Mingus farm near Medford brought very
The Willamette river is very low—lower grocery store.
lieen shipped from Redding this year than
Judge Smith's teanniter, David Waugh,
’ during any previous year.
The finest silver prune- in the market at
H. B. Miller wav up from (.rant's Pa««
The churches of A-bland will unite in
who was run over by a heavy freight
Hon. H. Furry has just had completed
We are reliably informed that 3U1«) bush wagon a ter- day* ago, is well on hi* Divine Service next Sabbath evening at the E. M. Miller's
for hirnw lf a neat farm residence, eosting els of w heat were re-ently «ol<l at Gcrvai-
M. E. church.
Dairymaid's supper at Granite Hall next
Miss firace Gillingham returned to balein
Of Every Description Suitable for Ship
in the neighhorboo«l of
1 for 71 cents ¡>er bu«heL—[Haleni Iiemocrat. way to recovery.
ecord force received a treat to a
Packing House on A street, oppc.
Tbe R ecord has received from I’re.-ident
Mrs. J. S. JIiginlsHhaui and children
mess of choice muskmelon yesterday, pre
P. H. lkinoghne pay.« the highest market; site the depot. Ashland, Or.
James Chisholm «sent to Klamath City
left here Mon<lay for Colusa county, Cal., , James Vance the iL-ual and appreciate«« Carr left for Salinas after a hurried busi- sented by Mrs. IL Beswick. Thanks?
price for oats and wheat.
comp, to the annual fair at Yreka. Thanks. : ness visit to Klamath county and iiis
to make their home with relatives' /
J. P. Ewling finished the plastering of
Fine picture molding.- and frames just'
Miss Ixrttie Hackett leaves teslay tor a I
L. Martin and Byron Gole have signed ; Clear Lake posessions.
Geo. W. Crowson’s place and returned to received at Evans A Brunks'.
visit at Seattle.
W. II. Barr has sold a car load of his written
agreements’for the former topur-
John Smart, our capable as.««*ssor, will complete his work on the school house at
choice Imled hay to M. B. Rankin, of the rhasc the Colestein springs pro,»ertv of tbe
F.i-buiernor 8. T. ' had wick spent Fri-1
move to his ranch in Woo«l River pre- Grant's Pass.
Klamath City Improvement Co.
latter for »30,000.
Time," Granite Hall, Sept. 3d.
day in Ashland.
: cinet after the hoard of equalizatian shall
The Douglas County Agricultural Asso-
S. Rosenthal, our clever merchant, con
J. N. ritillips, the attornev, is having a . have complete«! their work
Judge Tolman went to Josephine county
j ciation will give its third annual exhibition
templates a trip to 'Frisco next month new re-idence constructed in the western
Tuewlay on a business trip.
' at Civil Benu, near Roseburg, on Wednes I for the next ten days, at M i -C all ’ s , for'
Capt. John Seiiuens informs us that day, October 4.
part of town. It will < «>«t when «xiniplett-i
He goes for recreation and pleasure
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kearns w ere up from
lietween »1500 to »3000.
C. 1!. Kingsbury anti David Allen offer
( apt. I. D. r,
wo» in from hi« I Manuel Miller has just completed for
Glendale during this week.
Mrs. A. Kilgore ha- been appointed pout
On account of my having been crippled in
A band of 230 head of tine mule.- passel I gon Militia, next Saturday evening, to mistress at Langell Valley. Klamath coun their land at Tolo tor sale in four-acre lots,; a runaway some time ago, and not being
8 wan Lake. . Klam
al county, stock farm 1 John G. Norton a neat farm residence on
L. A. Simons, of book agent fame, is in j , durii :ng the past week. Hpeak'ing of the re- '
re-organize, as there was a slight inform ty, vice M. F. Orr, removed. So -avs a at low figures for such choice fruit land. able to personally supervise the business
his place east of Medford; con trad price, Sacramento vallev. They «ame from Stein- I ality at first organization
Plats can lie seen at Billings’ office.
town to-day with an enclyclopedia.
rnovi ral of the troops from
Fort Klaiuath, , 172.5
: properly, I have concluded to dispose of my
Mountain and belong to 1’ete French.
I Liven- Stable interests in Ashland, consist
V. A. Dunlap ami family are in from I
' ingot Liverv Stable building, horses, wag-
Klamath county after their winter’s sup- I
A. Stinuet, the street real estate agent,
Ayers, BarUiur A Elviage have about i
improvements ou his place in Dea«l
I on.«, hacks, buggies, hav, oats, etc.
! . stockmen to settle their owq affairs when lias sold his house and lot in this city ami completed their contract on tbe clarendon 1 three mile» from Linkville, will thresh other
about 3000 bushels of excellent wheat, Indian, preparatory to putting in a sawmill
their interests are so widely different an«l
This isa good chance for some livery man,
Mayor D. R. Mills left Saturday via the »re constantly clashing. Large herds of left last week for pastures new. going hotel brick of N. D. Julien at Yreka, anil having had the lienefit «if ample water with H. C. Messenger this fall.
as it is the only stable in the city 'and is
Southern route fur his annual trip to Chi stocic are constantly feeding on the re-erva-
i good, paving property. Terms and price
The Presbytery of Southern Oregon is to
no»i's »5000 farm resilience in Eden pwinet. from the Steele Ditch for irrigating pur
tion lands of the Indians, despite the pro
, furnished on application to the proprietor,
meet in sj«ecial session at Grant's Pass
of the Indian agent, ami at present
Prof. <’. S. Price ba- rented the farm
Sept. 7th. The Rev. Robt. McLean is to
R. 8. Culverwell and J. W. Brown, the , tests
dious house built some time ago on his known a- Dunn’s upper place, and the di
G. W. STEPHENSON,
be installed pastor of that place.
H. 1*. R. R. «urveyors. were in the city ves- ' The Indian- want their rights, and some farm near Mislford, is having it tinishe«l rector- of the Neil creek district have also
A biii . axd
_ O hecox .
ty against the abandonment of Fort
Close’s brick kiln band and operatic com
time ago the troop« were ordered out to as throughout
engaged his service* to teach their h -I iix .I ' Klamath seems to have lieen lieeded, as
gave an entertainment at Eagle Point
Mrs. Boo. Chase, of Klamath county, M sert them. This has »tirred up considera
' tlie matter is now undergoing a ¡xTsonal pany
Isaac Skeeters was up from Josephine near by during the winter months.
They serenaded the
in the valley putting np her winter's "sup ble feeling and the stockmen have not abey-
town on their departure ami return.
ed the orders and are back on the land with
ply of fruit.
their stuck nearly as soon as driven off. talks of Irnying property an<l moving his
Two horses died with “pinkeye” at Wag
members a "great drouth, during which | here for that purpose
Prof. J. K. Sweet, of th«- Ashland state The atockmen argue that the government family lierc.
ner creek last week and Jas. F. "Wells lost a
Snake river could he wadetl in many ¡dace«.
normal x houl, returned from Duugla- . does not protect people from grazing on the
animal (the pet of the family) from
The fine new residence of Chas. Strang It look- now a« if hi-torv intends to reiieut j Shook Bros, have just receive«l a tele-
unfen«-e«l domain of the country, and hence
: gram from Senator Mitchel, informing i the same disease at his place east of Bear
( omiuctor J. B. An«tey is back from his
vacation and goes on the Ashland-ltol which the government has deigned to give Mr. H. expects to occupy it about the 1 at
Mr. Culp, a traveling commercial man, ' them that tliev, ami all others who have I
tbe«e mi<e red-handed assassins. This of September.
The R ecord extends its thanks to Col.
Bluff run again this week.
has, biased for ten years the vacant lot ot stock ranging on the Klamath Indian
rau«es a tril lion between the Indians and the
B. F. Reeser adjoining hi- block on Main reservation, are ordered to remove such Robt. A. Miller, secretary of the Southern
Mrs. Strait aixi children returnol from | stock men The I ndians are jealous ot their
Allen W. Bish is engaged in building ■treet, opposite the plaza, with option yf stock within two weeks, or else proceed , Oregon Agricultural Society, for season
PEACHES, PEARS, APPLES AND ALL
Roseburg Monday ami have moved into a I I right« and feel that they are tiemg taken a residence for A. Woody on the 80-acre purchasing at expiration of time. Mr. Cuq» ings will be commenced to com,tel them tickets to the district fair, commencing at
In order to make room for our fall stock
KINDS OF FRUIT. COUNTRY PRO
residence on Spring street.
advantage of by the pale-face, and in tract he bought of J. N. Woody for »180<) ua- a friend who will come here and erect to do so
Central Point Sept. 23d.
we will make special prices on all lioots and
DUCE, ETC., ETC., BOUGHT ANU
a brick business house on the Jot.
Dr. Braden, w ho is engaged in opening defense of their position call attention to a short time since.
L ynn C. D oyle .
Griffiths ami Walker have moved their
SOLD, AND KEPT IN STOCK.
Mime valuable mines at Gold Hill, returne«i the fact that within recent years two of
sawmill from Gold Hill to Sam's creek, On Friday and Saturday, Sept. 6 and 7, we
A. D. Helmsand wife, of Talent, F. Hull
their number have been killed on their own
Mrs. I. A. Webb and children accom
Sunday from an Eastern trip.
miles distant. Klippel and Curtis’s will sell ladies fine French kid shoes for »4,
AS THEY SAW VS.
ground by atockmen and neither have been pany Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins on their and wife, of Gold Hill, and Gance Bros, of
aud tine American kid for »2.50. We otter
mill on Galls creek is turning out an im all
Mrs. Senator Stanford came up to Sisson runisbed, saying that “white man kill.« an return home for a visit to friends and rel- Grant's l’as-, are enjoying camp life in tbe
our lailies’ and children's canvas shoes
in her private car last Saturday, and is ndian he goes free, but when an Indian atiieain the Eastern states
and opera slippers at cost. Remember, Every day. Poultry and eggs always on
at leust present appiatrances, which is all | How The Weeping Waler Republican
spending a few days in that place.
hand at my store on the l’laza.
kills a white man he dies. ' This jug handle
Prof. W. W. Felts and wife have moved ! this reduction lasts lor 15 days only.
arrangement doesn't suit poor Ixi, and the
W. II. Beauchamp, of Sam’s valley,
to Ashland again. Their mine on Evans
L vdermax A C arter .
Mrs. J. 8. Howell, of Tacoma, is visiting thoughts of the indignity smarts his pride,
[Crescent City News.
Ashland again this year for her health, ac and the devil meanwhile rankles in hi« has been canvassing the city for a receipt
The Weeping Water, Neb., Hi'publieait ' creek shows good prospects, but for lack of
water they had to shut down for the pres
A good many are proliecying that the i
companies by her two «laughters.
j I kmoiii . It is the Largest number of Indians which makes the beet soap in the world; «xiiiiing winter will lie a long'and har«l one, i representative of the editor’s excursion I ent. He will dabble in real estate again.
E. M. Duval and Miss Ntanfield, daugh I on any reservation in this country, and the also a pill that cures all aches and pains a» the la-t two w inters have lieen so mild. writes as follows of his experience in i
Dan Chapman exhibited a twig from a FABER—DOWNING.—Miss Nettie Down
ter of Dr. Stanfield, were married at Jack Fort -hould either be abolished orestablish-
J. O. Johnson and H. Childers, Sr., Quite a heavy fall of -now will lie requiretl Ashland:
ing. of this city, and II. C. Falier, of Rich
, ed with a force competent to have a strong have purchased the two-story brick of A. to restore rivers ami springs to their nor I At eight o’clock our train arrived at ' plum tree on the streets last Friday which
sonville Monday evening. No cards.
mond, Illinois, were married at the resi ASHLAND. JACKSON COUNTY, OR,
was one foot long and literally matted with
moral stand to enforce its decrees, whether
Jack Frizzell, who hohl« the position of in execution or in defense of either the C'hildera A Son, paying $500<» therefor mal emlition and insure g<xi«l crops next Ashland the ¡xiint of destination on this i large, ripe plums—fifty-three in number.
dence of the bride’s parents in Ashland
section boss with the 8. p. R. R. monopoly rights or protection of the Indians, settlers It is rumored that a saloon will lie put in year, throughout nearly the whole coast.
road. Everybody seenieti to lx> at the They came very near laying out this rej«ort-
yesterday. Rev. G. J. Webster, of the Scholarship, one year....................
for the Montague circuit, is spending the | or stockmen. To do this it will require one the lower part soon
Congregational church, ¡»erforniing the
l’rof. Ganiard is having tbe White Sul de|>ot to meet us. The Board of Trade er.
week in Ashlanu with his wife and child.
company of cavalry »nd infantry each, or
Beekman A Reaines nave served notice of
Geo. E. Anderson, who was thought to and fixed up entirely new in tbe interior. had stopped. By the way, the editors
Training School, per year............
Dp. J. <’. Jessup and daughter, of the j two companies of cavalry.
be seriously injured in the accident last Iieside* putting in new furniture and re and their wives hail come to think that
For further information address,
Bagley House, («rant’s Pass, were the
the farm of Geo. Love and John Hanley
22d,S. A Commons and Miss A. B. Smith,
week, escape* with a broken clavicle and painting and graining Ixitli on tbe outside the Board of Trade was a very aeconiiiio- on
EAGLE l"OIN'T NEWS.
guests of The Oregon Saturday and Sunday. I
J. S. SWEET, P kkisiuknt .
Milton Berry, J. P., officiating. They
a few other bruises, and will lie up and und inside. He is -paring no pains to dating necessity. On this occasion, they , place at the mouth of Bear creek. It is one
Lavo moved to Grant's Pass to live.
W. J. Inland, railroad hostler at Duns- ■ Wni Wiley has been building a new around in a few days.
make this hotel and baths deservedly
together with the mayor aud business of the finest farm in the valley.
muir. Is firing temporarily on one of the granary
men in general, welcomed us with oi>en ; Of course you arc going to attend the
mountain engines between here and there, i
The frame of the Christian church is
Jack Dempsey was kuocked out Tuesday arms, as it were. More vehicles than District
Health around Eagle Point is univer up and will be pushed right along to
Fair. We’re all going. Logan, the
Hon. Jeff Meyers, of Scio, Linn county, I sally
in San FrancLKO by La Blanche in the 32il
completion as rapidly as tiosaible. It will round. Up to that round Dempsey seemed were needed were at our disposal, and we photographer, will have a gallery on the
the youngest member of the last legislature, |
be prepared to photograph
was visiting friends in Ashland this week, i Our town presents the apiiearance of also have a basement to be used for Sun to have the advantage in the fight,"but "the were, after a drive of a mile, unloaded anything and
from a trotting horse to a curiy
headed baby, the pet of the household.
H. B. Reed, the ubiquitous fence manu- : a live town once more.
that kept him from coming up in time. large and very fine hotel. A complete
facturer, who now hav a factory at The
H Kinney, the painter, was up from Demssev is the champion light weight of surprise had lieen prepared for us in the
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS &
Professor Keen, the world-renowned horse
Miss Mamie Wiley has been sick but
Dalles ha.« been in the valley during the pa-t
Riddles Saturday where he has the con the world, has fought W j odd battles and way of a fruit display. When we entere«! tamer, picked up a dwarfed American
is some better at present writing
Those Big Values for the
tract of painting J. B. Riddle’s new »6000 this is the first lie has lost.
the hotel office, we Ix-held a sight such as horse on the hills not far from Pendleton.
J. D. Fountain wa, over from the mer
Miss Celia Brown is very sick, Dr. hotel
The animal is a blood bay and is perfectly
He says the Baptists of that com
At Portland Monday James Steel, admin our eyes had never before seen. Long formed, weighing but 218 pounds. This is
cantile establishment of Fountain A Tan 1 Pryce, of Medford, is in attendance
munity are building a neat church edifice istrator of the estate o’f the late Ben Holla tables around the walls and in the center
Of Sash anil Doors and all kinds and
ner. Mott, a few days ln«t week, returning 1
probably the smallest horse in America.
styles of Window and Door Frames. Mold
day. sold at public auction in front of the of the room, were loaded down with
True Cox Lad the misfortune to break there.
ing and Brackets of all styles. Boats built
court house. Tbe »Hnn.ooti claim due the
An entertainment, under the auspices of
The new school house in South l’rairie estate from the government for Imtian dep fruit, ;.n«l tillisl baskets were under the the Young Ladies Mission Circle, will lie
to order. The whole or one half offered
John Kearney, of the Central Point firm the axle of his steam engine last Fri
district is finished anil Jesse Richardson, redation» committed uh Holladay’s over
of Sims A Kearney, contractors and builder-,
held at Granite Hall, Tuesday evening,
Sundayol in Ashland; also Will. Olwell, of ( Wm Miller, the manager of the Butte one of the directors, informs your rejiort- land stage route «luring the war of the re occupied another room. And such fruit! Sept. 3d, beginning at 8 o’clock, "sharp. Ice
Peaches that measured ten and twelve cream will be served after the entertainment.
Creek Mills, is having a well bond on his er that school will 0|>en Sept. 9th. New bellion was knocked down to General Rufus
for »750, as executor of the estate qf i inches in circumference; apricots larger Admission to entertainment, 25c. Chil
Dr. C. B. Currier and li. R. Indah, weal lot, on which he is building a residence ¡intent desks have l>een provided ami Ingalls
the late Mrs. Esther Holladay.
j than hens’ eggs; plums as large as goose dren 10c.
everything presents a neat appearance.
thy citizens of Han Francisco, were guests
Miss Mattie Taylor, daughter of our
of The Oregon this week, being on a tour
The gentleman mentioned in this article, I eggs; large apples, with fine flavor;ele-
Andy Payne has just finished a barn for
Jerry P. True, one of the successful far which
county commissioner, started for Victoria
has lx-en going tbe rounds of the I gant pears; cherries twice as large as C. T. Payne, Jr., at his place in Eden bre-
mers of the county, has leased his farm
Junction of Wagner Ave. und National
is the venerable father of ex-Slierifl , any grown in Nebraska; blackberries cinct, and the latter also intends buildfng a
Harry Barbour,who is superintending the last Sunday in company with Wm Han on Griffin creek to his son-in-law, Henry yres.«,
L. Hanks, of Linkville; John Hank.«, about the size of a good-sized thumb; dwelling some time in the near future.
construction of the Clarenden hotel at ley, where she intends to remain and Griffin, and will leave next week, accom a . staunch
friend and distant relative of flowers in beautiful colors and of every What does this mean ? David Payne is also
- - - OREGON.
Yreka, was over home this week, returning attend school
panied by his wife an«l children, for an Abraham Lincoln, has just dietl at jlecutar, variety; home grown almonds and Eng having a story and a half sesidence buil thy
Finest Mechanics employed to do all
W W Parker, while running the planer ■ i extended" visit to the East, anil on their Illinois, aged eighty-eight. He introduced lish walnuts. The business men had their Andy on his farm.
kinds of repairs iu Wood and Iron on
Joe Boyd, who has lieen "sweating it out” I in his mill on Round Top, got his hand return will become residents of this city. the rail-splitting feature into the campaign wives at the hot«*l to assist in entertaining.
C. C. McClendon, the Sam’s valley farm
of 1800, furnishing rails which Lincoln split
in Colusa county, Cal., the ¡mat summer caught and Isidly cut severing two of his
Hon. J. L>. Whitman is busily engaged , on bis farm when a young man. Hanks
with the thermometer 115 to 129 in the shade, fingers and otherwise injuring his hand.
ports that his farm yielded a l»etter crop
Goods bought for cash away N. B.—HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY
returned home Bunday.
in canning his fruit crop
It is merely I spent »17,000 in electing bis friend presi- pressed the craft with as great a degree this year than ever liefore. and that Pelton
He has our sympathy
although he ha<l up to that time l>een of pleasure as did the fruit. Breakfast
an experiment, he says, but it will, no i : dent,
Bros’ farm adjoining will yield alxrnt 8000
John Butterworth, a Minneapolis printer,
was announced as s«xm as wraps had bushels of grain this year. They both have down below the regular price
and a relative of Ben. Butterworth of Ohio, ! Our new I* M, A J Florey, says that he doubt, be a successful one. He turns out
1000 bushels to Mr. Landers, of the and sold on the principle of
arrived in Ashland Monday and is stopping
I and babies have returned from their visit per day. Mr. W. takes the lead in fruit | here Thursday, pitched their tent on the The hour was almost nine. We were Ashland Roller Flour Mills, which is being
with his friemi A. 8. Hammond.
small gains and large aggre
! to the mountains, where they have lx»n matters and as a member of the state | other side of Fall river, and commenced hungry and could have eaten any kind of put on the cars at Gold Hill station.
Chas. Chanslor, the popular county clerk '
' taking observations along the previously a breakfast, but another surprise greeted
W. A. Pinkerton, who has succeeded to gates is what does the busi- j
of Josephine county,who has lieen spending visiting Mrs Florey’s parents in Flounce horticultural society is doing much good surveyed route down the canyon. Our re-
us. The finest meal we had seen on the
powerful Chicago detective bureau of
| for the fruit interests of our valley.
a vacation at the Hot spring- in Hiski.vou j , Rock ptix inet
1 porter visited them and endeavored to eain trip was set before us ; a handsome but the
his late father, Allan Pinkerton, passed up
county, returned to Grant’s Pass Bunday, j “Ma, whnt makes John Daley walk so
Henry L. Griffin and Miss Belle True, the I information as to tneir object, but their ton-hole bouquet lay on each plate. The the road Friday evening. He strikes us liess.
Dr. E. L. Townsend, formerly of Ash- j high? 1 never saw hint look so happy,” only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. True, i mouths were hermetically closed with the people of Ashland were, no doubt, thank being one lielluffa detective, as everybody
OPPOSITE I. O. O. F. HALL.
land, but now a dentist of Ix>« Angles, was the question propounded the morning were married al the Naylor school house by i -eal of the Union Pacific. Although wc ful that a plenty had been provided for on the train and at the det>ot knew him and
Cal., came up Bumlay for a visit wiih his of the 19th of August by a girl to her i . Rev. M. A. Williams last Sunday. A large ’ can learn nothing ¡Kisitive, their presence
of friends and acquaintances were . indicates that tlie corporation is actively double our number, when they saw a vacation and hires somebody else to do
parents, Dr. an«l Mrs". L. Townsend, return- 'mother.
“Why, they have a line girl; ' numlxr and
were given a big wedding dinner . at work preparing for tlie construction of "a how Nebraska people could eat the good the “fine work.”
and I Hupi«ose that is the reason, born on | : present
through this rich and fertile north things grown in Oregon’s salubrious
FRESH BREAD & PIES daily
and supper. They have commenced house railroad
H. J. Hicks, Isaac Hughes and J. W. O. 1 the day liefore. ”
Attache«! to yesterday's south bound pas
keeping at the True farm which Henry has ern country.—[Fall River Advo-ate..
Gregory left Monday going northward with
! rente«!. The R ecord joins in the numerous
W. W. Shaw, representing the West
After breakfast, the carriages that had senger were two of the finest stock cars ever
a band of horses. Tl’.-y ire on a general [ ; Born—In Eagle Point, August 21,1880, ; I congratulations and well wishes for their
Shore, has been out at Linkville and Lake been retaine«l for service, wen- taken, run over this road. They are to an ordina
roustatxiut trip, and are headctl for the at the residence of A. J. Daley, to the j happiness and prosperity.
what a Pullman palace car is to a
view makipg their usual offers for illustra some driving over the city, while the ry car old
wife of Ed Pinion, nee Miss Frances
emigrant car, end contained the
or EVERY VARIETY.
ting those places. Unless they are awful majority of us preferred to visit the White rusty
stock of the Rancho Del Pasa, (’al.,
L. B. Rader and wife, of Ohio, the latter
homely towns they liait better refuse to put Sulphur Springs, one mile from town,and containing
the fast horses of Theodore Win
their “phiz” in that magazine. The Ash-
an obi schoolmate of ( apt. A. D. Helman, teaeh him to vote the democratic ticket,
landite- have not yet recovered from the
were visiting him this week, being on a tour and he thinks he stands a good chance
Special prices given.
badly needed in thia town.
of the country. They went away favorably i to be U 8 8enator
sorry dose of "pictures” contained in the tubs, supplied with hot and cold water, ern turf this year.
kinds of ornamental work neatly done.
number. But there is one consolin • just as it comes from the ground, for the
impressed of Ashland.
■ All Wedding
Mr. Sheehy, of San Francisco, who bond
I. J. Uaraon is building for himself one i July
cakes a specialty.
J. J. Fryer, th«« indefatigable, is mak
feature left and that is that those 10,000 accommodation of the ladies. A large ed a piece of ground from Mr. Wade, in
Misses Emma Howard, Grace Hammond, ing some extensive improveiueuts in the i of the neatest cottages in the place
Bread delivered daily at vour door.
I extra leaflets are in a place where they will swimming pond under canvas was pat Sam’s valley, with the intention of pur
Grace Houck, Busie Martin. Mrs. L. Mar wav of tearing down, moving, rebuilding
Puices always reasonable.'
E. Pleasants has purchased of Dr. ; do very little harm, and the only serious ronized by the gentlemen. We returned chasing at a stated time for »3000, has been
tin, Mrs. M. L. Alford, Father Noel and anti making new
I harm will come from the circulation of the to the hotel and went for the fruit. We up from that city looking after his interests.
Bread bills must lie settled monlhlv.
He has torn uwav the Hcwes bis house and lot for »7(X>
others from Ashland were registered at the
main paper, which «'verylxxly hoix-.« is a
JOHN WEXLER. Proprietor.
The further the cut is dug the larger and
old porch on the Jim Davis house, moved
Colestein springs this week.
than Samuels rejx>rte«l
better the quality of coal becomes, and the
School commences next Monday with : whole lot smaller
■ the main building back, and getting ma
wanted, and if there was any left to carry prospects are looking good for the full de-
, to be.
Billv Mensor passetl through the valley terial on the ground to erect a neat and Prof. Edgar E. Smith as principal
it away with us. The Aslilanders seemed veloj>euient of the coal industry in this
this week on his way from Ban Francisco I commodious residence.
FBED. If. ROWE,
•ions f. moki :.
There is talk that a dining car service will to enjoy very much watching the fruit county.
W. A. Owen reports the sale of a 1-acre I : lie put on this road some time in the future.
to Port Townsend. Abe Mensor anti wife
were on Friday’s train returning to Eugene
There is coiwiderablc excitement in our
I Should this be done the railroad company
Only a few months ago the remains of
from a trip to San Francisco.
might as well abolish their eating houses. enjoyment, however. We found the con Charley Burns and Nathan Hubbard were
community over the proapect of having a and A. L. Williams
discovered in the vicinity of Crater hike, t
Geo. H. Lynch, of Wagner « reek, whose new Roller Flour Mill erected in our
V. W. Savage, of the St. Cloud House, is i
massive projxirtions one would think sick town on Fryer’s addition opposite the over in Siskiyou county this week and may ' . eit in these hotel buildings would not allow him or herself with a basket er pillow victims of the “Lost Cabin” hallueinatipn.
slip liefore leaving, and we carried sever But the visionary galoot- arc not all dead
ness could not penetrate, has lieen ill for Catholic meeting house, bv a joint stock continue his*trip to San Francisco.
nian’s money seems to have consxleralie in- al bushels away to the train. The Board yet. The Roseburg Review has this item:
several months past an«l is now stopping in company of farmers, to be a farmer’s ex
There is considerable building going 1 ’ fluence with them of late years, as they in- of Trade, wishing to assist in tlie good E. Dixon and a party have gone in search
Ashland to recuperate hi» health.
change mill; thus utilizing our inexhaust
• tended when the ears first went through to
of the Lost Cabin mine in the Cascade
Zed Brow n, formerly a druggist of Ash ible supply of water and making liusiness on iu this place at present, not less than i Portland to take off the buffet system on work, had a lot of cracker boxes filled range. They have evidence which locates 23kslxlEi.xicl.9
ten buildings heiug in course of erection. , I the Pullmans, but that does not come, and with what was left and drawn to the
land. but now in that busities m, ami also more lively in general
it and expect to strike a big Bonanza.. We
We arc now st«x’ked up and are prepared to furniah a full line of
county clerk of. Crook county is in the
The proprietor of the Cottonwood, j ! several months ago Pullman secure«! the train, where they were unloaded on the wish them all success.
A. J. Daley, the owner of the Butte Shasta eountv. Cal., Rrai»ler, has written tourist privilege of their route too. all of platforms of our coaches. Dinner was
valley visiting old friends ami relatives.
He is a brother-in-law of W. P. Farlow of Creek Mills,is supposed to be the happiest | to C. Magru<ier alxiut starting a |mper in which seem to indicate that he is getting in announce<l at 2 p. m., and we found that
and Ira a Phelps,
with the 8. P.
man on Butte creek, if babies could make ' this place
the landlord had outdone, if |x>ssible, the Medford, have put in an Army press and '
Thoa. P. Boy«i. Jr., has kiine«l the Meth
j The flume of the Klamath < ’ity company’s breakfast in the preparations for the on the first M ednesday morning in Sep-'
H. Amy, one of our wealthy citizens, I j new sawmill is about completed, and ina- noon meal. By invitation from the land- tember will launch "The Semi-Weekly i
odist conference, which iiinvenes at Port I gether he can dandle on his knee rot r
land this week. He ur«l Mm. B. left for '1 iKtbies, all his grand children
lit had a severe attack of paralysis last week ; cliinery is on the way from Wisconsin. i lord, the ladies and several of the gentle News.” at that place,to lie six columns, four |
that place Saturday evening. Rev. H. P. came in the other day and looke«l around I, ■ and it is to U- ho(>ed that nothing serious | They have also erected six new houses on men visited the kitchen and witnessed page-. It will lie independent in politic», 1
At lowest prices. Also any hihs -I h I sizin cut. Cedar also furnislie«!. Bills
Satchwell, for two years the Methodist min saw three lieds with babies in tliciu lie I will result
l the 'principal business avenue of tlic new the preiiarations for dinner by the Chi and J. D. Whitman will see that tlie ¡taper
ister here, left Friday to attend the confer turned to his wife and inquired if there
figured on ami cut to order oil short notice.
town, called Coinnierciel street. There are
A crowd of some ;>i or more men under I
on the ground al«>ut iriO.nno feet of nese c«x>ks. They are sai«l to lx* the lx-st county has only lx-en able to supjiort week- I '
were latbiee in all the beds, and receiving charge of t ap. Stone were stopping at the j ! now
lumber, for the construction of the coiu- in the worl«l ami the proprietor of The : ly papers betore this venture.
W. Mitchell, of Whitman county, W. T., |
tor t California
amornia ‘ «•» affirmative answer■, he decided to Bend ; St. Cloud, having lieen up on Rogue river i | pany’s buildings, with 4<M),0(10 more to ar Oregon has certainly secured tlie best of
was on Friday’s train l«ound
Izits of -almon are still being taken out of;
' with the intention of locating timber claims. rive" as fast as the Sisson Lumlier t 'oirqiany the race. This was, at least, the verdict
get . an
with hi- two children. He
li< is a
of <® England and -
, , old
, . fuBhtoned
Rogue river and shipped froiu Gold Hill ; At Ashland
H II Mikheil, county school superintend- English carriage, go to Ashland and buy
Jas. Gay, formerly of Ashland, now or- i can fill the order, and it is expected that of the Nebraska Press.
Two parties are at w-ork, Thos.
ent. ami will return to this valley next four Shetland jioniea and start out to ex cupies one of Mrs. M. M. Cooksey's I the extensive mill will l»e in operation by
After dinner more fruit, ami another station.
Mahone, formerly of Oregon City, who is ¡At Medford, west of railroad track, HOFF <fc WIIITESIPE
Pecemlter 1st next. Water from two large
week t««r a visit here. He had just returned , hibit four of tlie prettiest babies [their
j houses and promises to be a jierniam nt springs in the mountains will lx* carried to drive over the ’-ity and through orchards ; stopping at tbe Barlow House anil Bixiine I __________________________________________________
from a trip to ol«l Missouri.
mothers think so] in tbe universe.
fixture of our young city
! tiie town in pipe«, a surveyor having locat with trees breaking down with their and Lambert. .Mr. Magone was up Monday
Mm. Crit Toltuan an«l her sister, .Miss ‘ August 26th, 1889.
ed the route. The new d’am in Klamath heavy burdens of delicious fruit. We, in and -ays the publistied report that the
E. Pleasants, a new comer, has rente«! I river, above Klamath City, is being con-1 a group, had our pictures taken from the Rogue river wa- closed for ii-liing August
Dora Anderson, left for San Francisco Sat
- B. F. Reeser’s -■
urday. from which place they will sail in a
j the Roil Front building from J. E. Har I .«tructeilat Cap Ferree’s farm, just across ba’conv of the hotel, just before going to 1st is not correct, only the Columbia and its
few weeks to join Crit Tolman, deputy col
vey and will put in a good assortment of the state line in Oregon, about two miles the train. Ashland has a population of
a, i Kodiak,
H. | Jas. D tuiu is back from Cinnabar and general merchandise soon
below Kcno, where twenty-five men are at 3500; is the metrojxilis of Jackson county, on the different stream« of the state arc set
(*anieron aiid'iittie'c'hikL who' have' been | talks of opening out a store here again
, work under the supervision of Captain in southwestern Oregon. It is 14 miles at different times. an«l that there arc no
visïtïng fhe family
Gmilv of Judge Tolman,
provision.« made for Rogue river. There is
Pinkney Fairchilds, who lias lieell vis La Flesh.—[Journal.
Is the place to buy
from the California line. 427 miles north a state law, however, that provides for the
u rticti tu
r runt I mo . JU<lgv
iting his uncle,, R. V. Beall, for a month
Emma from a three weeks stay in the ( lnnubar past, returned to his home in Yolo coun
\ Portland dispatch of last week contain of San Francisco and 341 miles south of opening of all trap.«, etc., from Satunlav
ed this item:
and Ida Tolman, Belle amt Sadie Anderson country
Portland; elevation, 1398 feet; was first evening to Sunday evenning.
i-ate last evening word was received here settled in 1850; is situated in a lovely
ami others accompanied them to Colestein, j Max Muller’s family returned from ty, Cal., on Monday's train.
From the "-ere and yellow leaf” twang of
where they spent the «lay.
I. B. Williams’ new two-story residence
Colestein Friday where they have been
Catching, a week ago narrowly escaped cap- I . little valley, on Bear creek, at the foot of the local editor« of the Oregonian fall must
awav aliea«! of us in that section of Ore
The following campers an
and ' pleasure
j stopping for some time
j ture, owing to the thoughtlessness of two ,
substantial structure will add much to officers. On last Thursday the sheriff < f i . peaks rise
feet above the littl«- city. gon. Monday's pa|»er reports the annual
«eekers are canij«ed at tne Plaza in Greseent
Citv : John Slagle ami family. Thos.Wright i Prof. G. II. Watt has been secured as I the npjiearance of that part of town
1 Douglas county and Justice of the Peace' I “It was here," says the Overland Tourist, mist bail begun to drizzle drozzle “during
ami wife. Wui/Wright. Mm J. W. McKay, 1 principal of our public seliool which in
the modern lk>n Quixote and Sancho i ! “Decemlx-r 17, 1887. that Mr. Charles
F. W. Hogue, Fred Green and Marcel i Giblis,
gardens around town, and many of them
Miss Nancv M« Kay, Ge rge McKay. Henry sures ns a good school for another year
Panza, who had lieen in pursuit of the mur
lus Row«1 returned the first of the week derer, stopped at the residence of oneGood- ; Crocker, of California, drove the last are looking lieautiful with late flowers. The
Purticuhw Attcutiim to
.McKay, Mi«" May Ames and A. C. Park
rose bn-lie- have taken a new start, anil, in
from a trip to Ft. Klamath, the agency nch, some thirty miles from the scene of.
suul wife. They are from Central Point,
many places, are loaded with finely devel
Jackson county, Or. lxift home on Thurs tirer, has been confined to his room with and home bv way of Linkville and Ash Catching's death. They carelessly left.
Only a few mroe Choice
day last ami nrrive«l here yesterday noon. I an attack of fever, but will soon be ; land.
their guns in the stable with their horses, ' i gon.” The citizens are thrifty and en- oped rose- of many varieties which load the
Tliev will remain a few days, enjoying the around again
i ami when they entered Goodrich’s bouse i terprising. They have prospered greatly ■
Geo. Jackson, the Rogue river melon they saw Pucket comfortably reclining in I 'since the advent of the railroad, and with their beauty. A few «lays’ rain will
cooling win«ls of the ocean »n«l variety of
coast scenery.—[News, Aug. 24.
a chair before them. The murderer jutnp- ¡xiint with ¡»ride to their improvements, I : bring out the ciiry.-antbemum-’, which with
their many different style« ami lieautiful
ed up when he recognized the officers, ami
Which uill lie done in a workmanlike
Wm. Stine, a young man horn and rear tearing out the lining of the inside of the I j finest melons ever sent out of tlic county. with knife ami gun in hand, backcsl out of their resourci-s an«l their prospects for colors, make gay the gardens till everything
manner and at price* that
ed in Yreka,was'on Saturday's train with his jail preparatory to putting in a »5<M» < His melons are larger ami lietter this the house. The officers showed no disposi tlie future. Many pleasant homes, all ■ else has faded.
year than ever before, and find a rea«lv
wife and two children returning front a system of steel cells
surroun«le«l by fruit trees and berry gar
of 50 feet on Alidu avenue and a depth
Tbe new Catholic church bail a good
trip in California. Billy has a flourishing
of IGO ft. Centrally located and a beau
G. W. Riddle, of Douglas county., and sale north of us
yonville. where each should lie ornamented dens, «lot the hillslopcs and valleys. They crowd out at it- opening dedication last
laxik store business at Walla M alla. . T.. Ym-sident of the Southern Oregon State
tiful view of the surroundtug
with a fool’s cap am! a very large leather : have a g«xxl system of water works, the Sunday. Father N<x-I conducted the ser
with hi- brother Julius, ami ha- l>een held- '
country makes these lots tlie
on Miller A Kurth’s large veneered store
vices. and fur hi- subject to«ik “Confes
mg the position of ca-hier in the leading
most desirable and choicest
Full stock always on hand uml inaili- I«,
buil'ling This will be one of the best
l«ank there (or many yearn, but resigns this
Residence Ixits in Asli- »
month ami with other capitalists has organ of liis office
buil«iiii“s in town when completed and
land. Prices low.
ture business is in its infancy; they had The music was funii-lie<l by the Jackson
ize«! a savings liauk. Mr. Stine is a fin- ,
W. W. Brotherton. oi the O»k C R R.
no market liefore the road came. The ville choir— Misses Josie and Annie Orth,
ancier bv nature and in bis early youth «le-
None but the liest material used.
veloixsl ’tbe business tact of accumulating was here last week trying to convince
. climate is said to lx1 very healthy, ('iti- •lo.-ie an<i Fanny Nunan. Mrs. Harry Me-
<'lituate free with each lot. Look at these
Ju«t received a large assortment of novels I zens say that they will guarantee |x-«»ple ; Clallen. John Orth, Jr., and Geo. Bloomer.
money far lievomi one of his yearn usually our county official* that »-5090 per mile
In REESERS BLOCK.
in paper l<«x>k form a* D. L. Minkler A son's. i to live to be ten years «»Irler in Ashlaml Service- will l«c conduct?«! in the church
attains. His friemi.« expect to see hiiu a • was too much to assess Hist rorponition
I lie State Normal S-I hhi I at thi- place
pne Sunday in every month, nt which «lay E. E. Miner on Hie premises.
tSUL.tM), :::::: O/f/GOA.
powerful bgure in the 1«u-incss ivorhl before i <>n their railroad track
Wate.--pr«xrf building paper, wrapping pa than in any other place in the United there will al-<i lx- Sunday -«-bool. Father
opens «ei«t. 2. ami every one who cx|«e< t- to
his life is over.
attend should make it a (Klint to lie in at per ami twine at Evan - A Brunk'-.
I Neel thanked the citizens of A-hland very
J. It. Tozer eiijov«sl a pleasant chat al the Satunlav from a six weeks camping trip the beginning, as the classes will then lie
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance in tlie
cordially lor their aid in constructing the
depot Frhlay evening with Mrs. l-aac
organized. Ifforanv reason student-are un leading <-ompanics at lowest rates. G. F.
church. There are more Catholics in this
Thompson, a sister of hi- «bs-ea-ed wife.who at Tyler's soda springs J. C. claims the able to l>egin at that tinie.thev shouhl 'nine Billings.
Headache- amt Fevers. t«> ciean-e the sys vicinity than one would suppose.
wa« on her way for a visit al Seattle. 1-aae U li for having caught the largest numlier a- ''■on a- ,K>—ible thereafter. An early start
eflei-tuallv. yet gently, when costive or
Owing to a change iu business-. E. B. tem
There ha- lieen a ilispute among the tin
Thompson wâ- a merchant anil miner of of trout while out then*—1576
is often half the battle. Prof. C. F. Nesse
biliou-. or when tlie blood is impure or
th«' sailor Digging-, now Wal«lo. Josephine
ha- return»«! anti will give lesson.« in pen Hunsaker will give a few genuine Itargnins sluggish, to permanently cur«' habitual con ners arul i»luml«ers of Ashland ju-1 alxmt I’ALNTS, OILS. PAINTERS* TooLs,
Note Geo. E. l>ean'« new ad.
N iki ». I.ACIIENAL A Gl I gii N.
eountv. ami u-«»l to weigh gol«l <lu-t on
WALL PAPER, GLASS, ETC.,
man-hip to all student« of the normal free in organ- for the next thirty «¡ays.
stipation. to awaken the kidneys and liver how much work they could get away with,
which centered in a wager that Billy Otto.
Fairimnks s. iile-. This was during the «lays
of charge. The Business College opens its
Men's and boys' clothing, boot.-, shtx-s, to a healthy activity, without irritating or ' of
Eddings A Morse’s hardware -tore.cquld Building Papern, Wrapping Paper»
that we hear tell about and this oltl interior Hill, was taking in the sights this week.
tir-t term Oct. 1. 1'89- Tuition in all de etc., etc.. <.f latent styles, finest «piality and weakening them, u -e Syrup of Figs.
not make twenty-eight dozen half f gallon
mining « amp ha«l a population of
partments is payelile strictly in advance. at prices that defy com¡«etition, at McCall’s.
Sjtrlttih ASIILA ,V If
ple with its full quuto of bu-ines - houses
Jaiuc- T. Skinner, the pioneer foundry Those who have hot the ready money, can
The Helman farm in the city of Ashland fruit cans in ten hours. If _
Fre-h bread delivered atyour<hx«r every ha- l»cen -ubdivi«led and i- now oriered in than thirty cans wa- discovered Jie wa-to
saloon*. I«a«l women. l“-ri«l whisky, and the man of Yreka, was on la-t evening's train make arrangement- with the President by
Ila- an entirely New Method lor -.«¡«-him.-
judge were ap-
AU kinds <>f
l«alaive of typical early mining days e«|iiip- for a visit with bls brother at Salem.
¡riving note for ren«onab!e time, lki not morning by 9 a . m . tinier- left a*. I . s. -mall tra. t- at very reasonable prices. If lose tbe money. Three judge-
Fine Embroideries, Ijo-e Curtains, Fr-ng«-.
Bakery, opposite 0<M Fellows llall. «ill le von want a pleasant home or a g«sxl invest pointoi and tbe jo!» conmiencc«! Tue«<lay
ments. Thé population now i« less than
forget the «late. M«in«lay, Sept. 2,1WR.
Mudins, I .aces (white and black I. all kind-
ARTISTS' MATERIALS. of Woolens. Ladies Flannel- and other
fifty pe«q«le. He led there aliout fifteen
promptly attended to.
ment in a good part of Ashland don't fail morning. At noon he wa- far enough
Eat m Stock for Sale.
ahead to be through at 5 o'clock hence ho
veam ago very wealthy amt ni««vedto Napa,
i Wearing Apparel; also Gent’s Clothes
Secure a residence lot in Miner - atidition ■ to see thi- tract. For -ale by <«. F. Billing«, -lacked up in the aftenmon and got there by
w here he died, leaving a l>ig hardware bu»i gon. ha.- l>een stopping at the Depot hotel
cleaned on Short Notice.
The umier-ignol offer.« fur -ale at hi- place to the City of Ashland. Remember you < an or A. D. Helman.
tie«.« an«l other p»««t>erty, which is Icing
a few mile« fn.ut A-hland (the Casebier buv one or more of these tine lots at reason
LACE CURTAIN CLEANING A SPE
Don't cough any longer'. Wright's Red
conducted by the w idow.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Snyder will again ¡•lace), a fine milk cow and a few head of able prices. Terms ea«v
Cross Cough Cure will r ut your ¡nnoyanee feel- a« if he had just been declared pre-i
Cor. M ain atol G k -. mte *tr««-t*.
Attention is* called t«» the advertisement take charge of the Euru[>ean restaurant j calves; also some stock hogs and a few
A new -to' k of glassware just received at and leave you free and well. Sold by T. K. «lent of tbe I'nite«! States or wre-ted tlie
«•f Sturgeon A High. wb«i have forme«! ac<> uext Monday, Mid are preparing to give the j d««cn chickens, \ pp) y to or add res.«
champion-drip belt frotn John I . -ullivan
E. M. Miller" A-blaml •.-ro er«- -tore.
Jeu? J. M «LTs.F« A-hland Or.
eating public the best of .-ati-fs.tion.
parttici htp iu thetad-cr l«u iuex-.
New Brick Opera House Block.
Oscar Ganiard. who own« the l>l«x-k on
comer of Main street an«l 1st avenne, near ;
the Oregon hotel, has de< l lol to pat in a big i
brick building there which will be a credit to 1
tbe city. The contract has not yet lieen let. '
bet we learn that it will be flbxlOO feet, with i
four stores underneath, three fronting on l
Main street and one on 1st avenue. The !
top story will be fixed up for an opera
house of the ruost approved nxxiem style,
with a twenty-foot stage. A small «trip of
lan<! fronting on 1st avenue, which was
useless in itself, though preventing a front
age on that «treet, was purchase«! from the
owner. G. F. Billing« by the property hold
ers and given to Mr. Ganiard, so as to help
the enterprise along.
A number of other bnck blocks, on some
of which frame buildings now stand, will
be started on before many months by the
owners, who have purchased them for that
purpose. The proposed erection of this
block has given the building booin quite an
impetus and considerable talk has been
31 ED FORD DOI NGS.
Jos. W. Hockersmith,
CHOICE FR L ITS
¡For Sale at a Bargain.
P. H. DONOGHUE
Produce & ('oinniissioii
E Jr GOODS EI ER Y ’
People are Com
ing from a dis
tance to Ashland
to Buy at Dean’s.
Enquire or call
and See Goods
ROWE & MORE,
Hll(l L 1111S111]1££ LlUlIlDCF,
Rustic, Flooring, etc.
EVANS & BRINK