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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1889)
He Ended their Shatue
A jcxx iateff Pre»» dispatch j
Frank Ciuibusky, a voting man raised
¡of a material witness disappearing in a
SIX MILES SOUTH OF
st Jacksonville, shot an«i killed Mrs.
Art H LA XL». Os ..Tiiruoxr, l)w. 12
GRANT S PASS. OR.
' test rnony was needed to ronviet. While Eliza .1. Smith in a bouse of ill fame at
Corning, Tehama county, Cal., early
PRESENTS for YOUNG FOLKS
PRESENTS for RICH
that as long as ' the bcnorabl«* court is at the investiga- last Sunday morning. Realizing the
Tbe Y. W. C T T
they can are out drunkard tlæy will I tion bosinei«, it might not be more than enormity of his crime, he blew his own
They are i common justice to go into the wholesale brains out with a revolver. Mrs. Smith
fight intoxicating lqnor.
lm»incas of investigating itself and every had left her husband a lew mouths Ix-
body else connectol with the manage-
Apple. l,,;-.r. Pc.teli. Plaie. Prune.
F.'min Bey, Stanley's friend, ia at the i went and manipulation of the jurispru- fore, and wax living a life, of shame with Ch< rry. Apricot. \< «- a-l <e. Alttion-I
PRESENTS fcr POOR
PPESEHTS for OLDER ONES
joint • •’ death front the severe wound on I «fence of Southern Oregon. If some of
hi« head which he received from a fall a I tbe metho«!» employed could be sifted to J of leaving him forai,other man, Citntxi.«- rnent al tii-cx.
ky became jealous, upbraided the woman
few day» since.
i the bottom, a system of «lebau- hery and in a violent passaion committed the
Uncle Jerry Rusk has a «rheme to re would I** unearthed that may be very ; ,lee<l. Th«* bodi»* were iHtrietl at Red Sira trhe rrtj J'la utat Illarklterry piante
and (¿rape i in?»-
dur».- tli* surplus which we arc unquali warm and interesting to some of th«- ex- j Bluff. One of Cimbuskv’s sistera, after
fiedly in favor of. He wants to pay off i wutors. Tn fa< t then the evidence would ! leading » life at a Sunol gait for several
al! the mortgage on farms intberonn-1 I lie laid bare tn the people of Kouthorn I year», mostly during ra lroad construc
| Oregon an«l they would know just why tion days in Sontliern Or«*gon and Nortl«-
IS G SOWN OX
; one man can be < onvi«-t<«l of ti»ur«!er in ' ern Caliiornia. committed stti« i«le a year
Among tlw many things settled by !
fimt degrrt — red “hung by the neck or so ago, at Re«l Bluff, going by the
■ ieath, Jeff Davie has emphatically j roved , until he is dead '—on strong eircunurtan- name of “Pearl Cliffton,” ami “Carrots,”
that there was more poetry than truth in ' fiaj evi leme. And why another crime I at the time.
Fire at Mctlford.
tlie oi«l glory hallelujah song of, “We’ll
the same fonl magnitude is committed
do not handle, cultivate, or
hang Jeff Divis to » sour apple tree
and tbe courts fail to find the author
A fire w .« b discover.«! in the Ixxr. 9hop attempt to WE
PROPAGA TE any varieties
when the circumstantial evidence tliat ot J. l’urdu, in tbe rear of G. W. Coop or kinds of FRUIT, until satisfied that
made the first man stretch hemp was far I er's saddle shop, about 10:30, Sunday. thev are well ADAPTED to the soil and
Two of the Field family are now
,?n I IVB9 «Wil VJUllIIki j Ul
It caught about the stove, ami when the climate peculiar TO St »UTHERN ORE
Ullt UlJ JPUkllltUlil VB3
GON. Write for terms to
the United State« Sonretne
n< i, tj|an w;|g
t|»at the blind Goddess door was broken ofx-n, it contracted a
Stephen Field, of California, and his' of Justice could not find guilty. Why blaze that went to the roof and com- I A H. CA RSON A SON, Grant’s I’aas,Or.
sister's eon, David Brewer, of Kentucky, j attorneys can offer brils* to even such tnenced licking up the whole business. I
W. B. C olton . Agent. Ashland. Or.
The Ht. Louie «tar Sayings (Rep-) calls ' I august personages as grand jurors to Besides burning the saddle and boot ,
MEN’S WORKING GLOVES. .
1 0.) VP
Brewer "Phil Armour’«man.
bring in suitable verdicts. And why— shojts mentioned, it burned the agricul-,
tural implement house of Frank Gallo-1
3 0.1 UP
The democrats are basing their hopes, . Fes«
°tl‘er things just as way, then the saddlery of J. Woods,
«« (ar as Montana is concerned, upon the
irregular and delicate, and too stopping there, where it came in contact
MEN’S CANTON FLANNEL UNDERWEAR
MEN’S WORKING SHIRTS.
present situation remaining until the numerous to mention,” are occurring as ; with Webb’s new two-story brick, and
MEN’S WHITE SHIRTS
exigencies that after scorching the last named building. Fruit and Ornameutal Trees
close of the prescut legislative session, periotiicallv
'-ri"*)' «”'' as there are
MEN’S FANCY COLORED SHIRTS
1 25 P’R
MEN’S HEAVY LINED OVERALLS
wlien the democratic governor will ap'| make them. In fact, the court would Ed Wortnan’s livery stable, just across
OF ALL KINDS AT
have an all year’s job on its hands. The the street from the east side of the flrtnes
point two democratic senators.
MEN’S COTTON PANTS
1 25 E CH
MEN’S HEAVY DUCK VESTS
practicing condition of jurisprudence in 1 was red hot and came very near catidling
MEN ,8 HEAVY WOOL VESTS. . ..
It ia generally understood that beef this section of the world is as corrupt and fire. I. A. Webb had just moved his
cattle are lower in price than they have criminal in its methods (in proportion to furniture store into the new building,
WHO ARE AGENTS
MEN’S FANCY SCAEFS
MEN’S HEAVY LINED DUCK COATS.
1 70 E’CH
been for years, and yet it ia confirmed as population, amount and magnitude of and when the safe was opened the
3 00 E’CH
MEN’S BEANY LINED DUCI) ULSTERS...
a fact that consumers of steaks, roasts, crin e and purse of criminals) as it is in ' books steamed from the pent up heat.
1 00 E’CH
boils and the large cities have to pay the cities where these < ases are regularly Only the wagons were saved from theirn-
MEN’S FANCY STRIPED UNDERWEAR
A General Assortment always on
just as much as ever. The producer of "handled” by the ¡*oliti<*al l<oss who I plement house.
hand, and prices reasonable
MEN’S HEAVY SEAMLESS SON
beef cattle very pertinently enquires "makes” the officials, '‘fixes” the juries
San Francisco, Dec. 8.—United States
«J 50 E’CH
why the wherefore.
and attends to the case for a large sum .
' Deputy Marshal Walter Cochran will
Tlicse irregular methods are becoming so
Tlie U. 8. grand jury has taken a re nanterous that it seems as though they probably leave Tuesday or Wednesday of
• 8 00
cess until January 14, at which time they have enscysted themselves upon, and are this week for Eugene, having in charge '
will be prepared to examine into numer part of, the—unwritten—works of Black i Plutarch Lewis, who is under arrest here, i
' charged with having robbed the stage:
ous complaint«, various "timber cruis stone
FANCY MUFFLERS, All Styles ....
between Roseburg and Marshfield, Or., |
er«” and their victims, who have been
This is one of the conditions and dan
violating the laws in the matter of taking gerous consequences of the political meth-
timtier lands. There is likely to bo a o«!s in vogue in Jackson county, an im I children at Corvallis. He stoutly pro- Of Sash ami Door« and all kinds und
MEN’S FINE WOOL UNDERWEAR .
MEN’S FINE DRESS SUITS
. 20 00
heap of trouble made for parties who mediate result of which is shown in the ; tests his innocence, and regards himself styles of Window and Door Frames. Mold
and Brackets of all .styles. Boats built
have allowed their cupidity to take pre shameless way in which its representa | as an unfortunate man in happening to ing
RUBBER AND OIL CLOTHING ALL
cedence of their sense of right.—[Oregon tive offx-ials are allowed to sell out their pass along the road alxvut the time the for sale.
FANCY OVER <HIRTS
constituency fora beggarly fee. Another
BOA’S’ SUITS ALL MARKED DOWN.
men . s WOOL
points of resemblance to those of the real
«lirect result of this coodition of affairs
roblier. Several officials here, who have
The Hilver-tnngued Orator, Tom Fitch,
has place«! an indebtedness of from $1(10,-
of the St. Ixiuis silver ton vention, refer
talked with Lewis, state quite positively
ring to the fact that England is the larg-, 000 to ♦150,00)—such a magnitude that their belief in the man’s innocence
the actual amount—
eat consumer of silver in the world,while ■ no on«* does know ....
Lewis says he is quite willing to return |
she produces k-ra than seven per cent of
“>« countv-that 19 beann'f P™*- north, as he can easily disprove the j
the world’« supply, and commenting on I rally ten per cent, interest (mighty large | charges against him.
Paper Hanging. Glazing, Kalsomining,
Wall Tinting, Etc.
her continual effort« to depress the price returns and safe investment for big cap
Mrs. Mackay Never Worked.
of «ilver, «aye that "England ia the bun- ital) ami no effort is being made to stop ,
London, Dec. 5.—The action brought Leave your orders at Lucky’s Real Estate
costeerer of the world, while Uncle Sam it from climbing right along up.
bv Mrs. John W. Mackay against the office, opposite the Plaza.
is the gentleman from the rural districts.”
publishers of the Manchester Examiner
ami lack of courage of the people in pub for libel in publishing an article charging A shland .
That’s not a bad »¡mile.
lie affairs cease, and an effort made to at that, prior to her marriage to Mackay, I
The Beekman boom is an actual and least put a > he< k to these grasping vul Mrs. Mackay Was a washerwoman in i
1 .Vevada, was settled to-day by the de- i
Stubborn fact. The candicacv of Hon. tures?
' fendants apoligizing for the publication
. Carson for state treasurer, backed
and paying costs and a certain sum of
Joe. Simon, means that no The Wrongs of Ix>. the Poor Indian. money to charitable institutions to be
Sold an Indian the other day to one of selected by Mrs. Mackay.
ASHLAND. JACKSON COUNTY. OK,
eitizeps, “We can take twenty
Scholarship, one year............................ |32.
Mui cqfc off IhW ai
1« a man who eoisspands personal men nny
ercial Course................................ $25.
strength of his own, and he will also lx, diem of the Fori from their guns.”
bool, per year .................. $15.
supported by all those who degire to
r information address,
and do a heap worse'” growled another
SWEET. P besidut ,
shelve the lion. Binger
brave. “Why so!” the citizen asked. '
Mr. Hermann com
“Because thev no defend Indians. We
and try lor ,
? At any nre crowd«*«.! onto a half acre while white
n’s 10,000 cattle and horses and sheep
enf dur grass-all nreutiflr ^)uT poriles are
thin, and to make a living, Indian he
Thia remark from the Baker City Dem
work his poor ponies until ponies neck
M erd . LACHENAL & OUIGON,
ocrat is the hugest joke of the aeason:
look like a piece o’ raw beef. Indian no
"Three hundred thousand dollar« has
want trouble. He want some protection,
1st St., near Spring, ASHLAND
been raised in Portlund t<> establish a but he no get nothin’ but hard work and
Special attention paid to freight teams.
Has an entirely New Metho«! for washing
democratic daily newspajier.” If all the hunger.”
Fine Embroideries, Lace Curtain«, Fringes,
l>emocratic |>oliticians in Oregon would
Muslins, Laces (white and black), all kinds I
Acconling to General Miles we need
get together there would not he senti-
of Woolens. Ladies Flannels and other
tnent enough in them to put up that two good companies of cavalry at Fort
Wearing Apparel; also Gent’s Clothes
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON.
cleaned on 8nort Notice.
many nickels. If Portland ever has a Klamath to keep white people’s cattle
---- An Institution Doing----
live and energetic daily, it would ta'tter and horses from crowding the Indians,
LACE CURTAIN CLEANING A SPE
his house is now open for
be ruu us a business enterprise. In if for no other reason. We are not safe
the trade. Commercial travelers will
these days of good newswapers, the while this crowding is going on. Neither 1 $:1.M)Q PH YEAR B18HES » AS1LMI.
find this point one of the best stopping
thing that is issued by so many bosses the War Secretary nor any other “econ
places, as all the surrounding towns can be
For Sale at a Reasonable Figure.
made by short, easy drives. Good teams
generally goes into the soup.
omizer” can ignore the fact that this
can be bad at reasonable rates to any point
Anyone meaning business can lind out
in the county.
Oregonian: II. Winden, of Miner peaceable community is likely any night further particulars bv addressing J. 8., care
A EiNE HAMPLE
county, 8. D., is in Southern Oregon, to lx* surprised by 1200 wronged and of R ecord office, Ashland, Or.
OREGON Is connected with the house and kept ex
representing a large colony of farmers maddened braves. Proctor's economy Good reason given for wanting to sell.
clusively for. Commercial men. Also a
who are «-ontcinplating a removal from ■ may therefore lie defined as frugality car
■A. FL ZE DAILY -AZELZELZEV JZZISrQ-
good well lighted hall for traveling
the blizxard belt to a better climate. The
gentleman has lx?en on an investigating
Successor to HOSLEY & PELTON,
tour for some time, but has thus far wcxxl and hay come high ut Fort Bi«l-
— Wholesale and Retail Dealer in —
failed to find the “land beloved by heav well, while at Fort Klamath groceries
en o’er al. the world beside,” until com are brought all the way from Vancouver
Will always be supplied with the best of
ing to thia country. He will make his free of charge, and hay costs $4 a ton
wines and liquors. K ev W est . Imported
report to the farmers composing the col
and the best brands of Domestic cigars a
ony, and will settle in this section him and wood $3 a cord. There are no In
specialty. A tine new billiard table and
self, regardless of their movements. It dians worthy of mention around Bidwell,
everything new and first-class.
Cured Meats Constantly on Hand.
is highly probable they will be tempted while around Klamath are 1200 angry
Commencing April 1st a “brand' new”
Passenger Coach to Every Train.
(fitted up especially for the business)
to follow his example
braves. This svstem of regulations, by
Term.«. < ash. Pass-book accounts pay Will Sell, Rent and Handle hack
will connect with all trains tor the accom
which a fort is maintained at great cost I
Freight moved alxnit town at rates able Monthly.
modation of passengers between this place
R»*kuluti«>nM of Comlulcnce.
Full Assortment always on hand, direct from the East, and
where it is not needed, and another fort
LOWER THAN ANY ONE ELSE.
W kekka «, It ha« pleased the Great is abandoned in a country where it is
C. W. SAVAGE. Proprietor.
- - -
Fire wood of aH kinds delivered any' To the Farmers of Jackson Co
CetuHiander to visit our community and needed and where provisions are com
at Prices that Defy Competition.
of City and
call home our worthy comrade, Julius
The undersigned have opened a
paratively cheap, is jxtrhaps the most where in town at lowest prices.
Boehm ; therefore be it
Country Property for sale.
Ketolrtd, That we extend our sincere ■ lisorderly system on re«-ord. It would
symjiathv to the bereaved daughter and ' puzzle* forty Philadelphia l.«wvers to de
family of our deceased comrade and that vise a looser scheme than that of Proc-
A ng person wishing to nell prop
we deeply feel our loss in the 1‘ost. and i tor’s economy.—(Linkville Star.
erty will find it to their interest
WRITTEN BY HIMFELF,
call and see its
Ureolfed, That the charter of onr Poet
be drafted in mourning for 90 days and
that s copy of these resolutions be spread
on the minutes of this )x>et and also that
8 H Cook, of Applegate, was in town ; 'VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
LA the people of Ashland and surround
a cot>v be furnished each of the local J»- I la«t week
AND CAMP-FIIIE CHATS
We Will Not be Undersold
country that E. Sturgeon, the barber,
i>era for publication, also that a copy b-‘
Tom Clemmen« ha« returnkd from a trip ■ ing
The great standard History of Pioneer
has moved In with R. F. High, and we have
Call and see us before purchasing else
furnished to the dauguter and family of I to Galice creek
fitted up a nice «hop. Everything is neat where. fcr we can suit you in price and
This favorite i exort ix gaining in popu- Life. A complete record ot exciting events
the Western borders, and for the first
Bom—To Mr ..nd Mrs Frank R Neil. and clean and we are here to stay and all quality.
I larity every dav.
(J. R. C asky ,
time an authentic account of the Custer
we ask ia a fair share of the patronage. We
Dec Sth. a daughter.
Coanuittee < D aniel B aek ,
Massacre, Ge: eral Crook's Campaign ami a
are the only authorized agents to sell the
The very l>est of WINES, BRANDIES, thousand of other exciting incidents, in
Mi«« Martha Cardwell is teaching a suc genuine sea foam. Call and see ns and try
(J ames C hisholm .
cessful school in Sant'« valley
cluding a description of Buffalo Bill's ca
us. Yours Respectfully,
BEER and CIGARS, kept con
Klamath County Items.
reer and success tn exhibiting his “Wild
E. SiraGtox A R. F. H igh .
John Watson ha« purchased M Oben-
stantly on hand.
West Sh- w" among the Crown Heads of
cbain's residence in this place.
ud Europe. The hit of a lifetime. Every
J. L. Truitt, of Haynesville, is ped
East Side of Main Street. A shlasd .
wants it Over three hundred spirited
HOTOGA PH S
dling some very fine articles of cod-fish
«pent several day.« in town last week.
engraving and nearly eight hundred la
balls down bv the railroad.
Fine Billiard Table,
AU the applicant.« but two re< eived ccrtif-
Mrs. John Wells’ l la-pound baby boy, ' ¡cate- at tne last teachers’ examination.
born Saturday night, died Monday.
M r .«. E. TYLER.
The very best beer of Anaheim, wine and
Either sex, young or « Id. tn every town c, , ,
a < v.’s (Chicago; Red
The grand jury *4« discharged Munday
(Successor to S. Stacy.)
Hennessy brandy, which will lx- sold by to sell this most remarkable b<x«k. Agents -School House Shoes, and r HURCII, BROUN «St CO.’S (Boston)
oo calf B J
“Lynn C. t»o\ie,” the lively Linkville by Judge Webster, after being in session
a'rendy in the neld are simply coining
the quart or gallon.
eorrc'poiuicnt el the Ashland R ecord , ha- seven day«.
money. A<-t quick or tbe opportunity will
lattdea with loth feet on a good, fat job
pers. Come and see us and we will treat be lost. You r an easily make front $5 to
Frank Vining and family, of Ta«oina.
and will write some new« to the Star soon
per day. To save tiihe and to secure an
Wa«b, were visiting relatives in Jackson-
AH Kinds of Fresh Meats
agency al once, -end jl for a complete can
"Black Bart” ia the name of a new and i ville tost week
vassing outfit. Illustrated circulars and
ijcautiful 15-foot skiff iust Lunched by
W ll Porter.repre«cnting the well-known
Kept constantly on hand. Fair Jiving
extra iil > ral terms mailed free on applica
Corm-r Main an<J Granite Street».
Peterman brothers. “ Whv -lid you e.dl t oot and >h e house of P> rter, Slessinger
prices is all that we ask
the pretty thing Bia k Bart?” we asked. A Co. San Francisco, was interviewing ■ u I’ICTUREs COPIED AND ENLARGED
Neither experience nor capital is required
We will make it to your interest to
"Because,” replied Andy, “it can’t be iuercl.ants lhe :;r»t vf the week.
to engage in this enterprise, as the b. ok |
deal with us, so give the n- w meat mar
wilt sell itself, and we give our A,•ent.» 30 i
Frank Wa-ie. the horse thief, was sen examinc otir work
ket • trial
FLINTS, OILS, PAINTERS’ TOOLS. davs’time in which to deliver and collect,
etl rta«ur-“t" by .)ud«re Weister to four
The opinio l i regard to W. S. Ran von ten«
before paving u«.
WALL PAPER. GLASS, ETC.,
I res! j-ork --n hand every day.
in the penitentiary, and was ta,.en :<>
is that he is in honest ma-., but a ape. u year«
.!••>. tf.ila '--y •«fieri. Btrd.-ev.
DF.Pi TV COl N i Y STOCK INSPEC-
A new and >eau i ul line of Holiday
lator w ho niereh hou^lit more than he
Jimmy Itcnetan, who lias been in Har
’> «oks ju-t received, im iuding "The Beauli-
could pay for. He will vasilv unload
va.ley .or oiue time pa-t. ha- re.urtted
ul 8tory" by .1. W. Buell. If you want to
next season, as men will doubtless be ney
’OTK'E is HEREBY GIVEN THAT
make some ntouev. address
around having up timber bind at from ter on hi« lather’s ia m m >ant'« vahey.
I have ap|x>inted Wm. Courtney, of
THE HISTORY CO.,
O IELLE C3-OUST
♦35 to ♦100 per acre.—[Star.
Lake Creek. Chimney Ro- k precinct. Dep
All kind.« of
723 Ma ket St., .«an Francisco. Cal.
Warren Lodge No 1«'. A F A A M. held uty County SUx k In-pector or the Butte
it« annual election last Thursday evening. Creek «ection. end that he i- hereby auth r-
David l.:nn. W M: J II Neil. 8 W; W H ized to execute the laws of the state of Or
ME CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE LINE IN SOUTHERN OREGON. OF
Klamath, the twenty-fifth county to lie Barr. J W; T G Reanie«. Trea-urer; Max egon
CONTRA« TW FUR
on that subject. \V. F. S oxgfr .
heard from, h.i« tiled with the secretary Muller, rtecretary ; 1 eter Elnter. Tyler.
A. T. KYLE. Prop.
Stock In pector for ia k'on county.
P ainting . P apering . E tc
of state an awsstiv -it roll for this year.
Ashland. Or.. Nov. 16. 1*0.
The Jacksonville silver cornet band will
The gain in taxable property since the give
a graml mask ball at the I* 8 Hall in
Cor. M mn and G rantd : streets,
Cor. Main Street and Ila'gadine Avenue.
filing of the last report is ♦108,5t>7. The this city, We»ine«day evening. Jan 1st, fMt.
following ia a summary of the ix-U: The boys intend to leave nothing undone
TBTT j TDTTJEZE ò S
T I IST-
Klamath county, 332,517 arret«, ♦>>40,032: to make this the grandest artair of the sea
All the vehicles are new. of latest style«
140,222 acres improved land, H«>.>,513; son. First-cla«« music ba« been soured,
and fipit class. Gentle horses and gorvd
Ware, und in Fact Everything I -ually Kept in St-xk by a Com
unimproved land, ♦100,964; 180,295 acres i and a gtxxi time i> promised all »ho at-
driver«. A share of public patronage re-
plete an>l well-kept Hardware Store. U: u< at lea t give von price«
wagon road land, ♦74,518; town lots. ♦87,-
spectfully si lfi jred and satisfaction and
lief re i’uicha-ing El-ewhere. Job Work a Specialty. ’
uniform good treatment guaranteed.
243; improvements, ♦05,3t>7; merchan
Corvallis Times. Nov. 30.— Rev. I. I).
dise ana implements. ♦127,026; money, Driver prea< h«-d an able discourse at the
One-seated rigs with single horse, jqst the
note*, oceounts, shares stock, etc.. ♦113,- M. E. church in this city Sunday even
OTJZEL DRUG DDD -A-ZELTZMZZEZISrT
thing for ladies and gent«'driving purposes,
Anyone contemplating the purchase of kept on hand readv for u>e.
077; household furniture, watches, car ing. Mr. Driver is traveling through the
Carrie-a Full Stock of Fresh Drug«, Patent Medicine.«. Toilet Articles, etc. etc.
riages. etc.. ♦33,570; 0906 horses and State in the interest of the establishment a first class 8ewing Machine Should Not
A handsome Cabriolet—the finest rig ever
mules, ♦244,978; 15,470 cattle, $228,541; of a Protestant hospital at Portland soon, Fail to
ubes OF ALL SlZF.r
brought to Ashland. It wili be run for la-
1150 sheep, ♦2443; 1183 swine, $2967; the cost of which is to he ♦150,000, should
A shland O regon .
HUY A NO. l> If 11 EELEll
4Wl‘rescrip:ion« Carefully Prepared by Experienced Hiuu!«.*»
G loves , C kei - es , E tc .
die« calling purpo-e«. supplied with a driv
gross value of property, $1 ,-582,203: in- ’ the movement prove a success.
er. at the following price: For two or more
«lebtedness. ♦34-5,063; exemptions. |146,-
people. 50 cents apiece per hour.
Fancy dr-sing case«, etc , at D h A Bargain in one of these Fine Machines
Office and wareroom at railoud crossing.
437; total taxable property, 11,090,708;
ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH AT LOWEST PRICES.
can be had by inquiring at this office.
HORSES BOARDED AND FED.
‘ REPAIRING promptly attended to.
number polls, 508.
The circuit ju'Le lias oniere l an in-
RECORD. i t estigation into tbe wliys and wherefores
200,000TREES FOR SALE
Red Hill Land,
Our stock of Holiday Goods has arrived, and is one of our largest
importations; consisting of Bohemian Wares, Fancy Plush Boxes, Al
bums, Books, and in fact, All Kinds of Novelties for X-Mas.
As we are Crowded for Room, we will continue our Bargain Sale in
Ma tin & Harris’
State Normal School
In Umbrellas and Overcoats We are Offering Special Drives
Just Examine Them, and Convince Yourself.
O. H. BLOUNT
Clothier and Hatter,
GRAIN &HÂŸ. FRENCH LAUNDRY.'
Â Half Interest in
NEW FALL GOODS!
i c. ra, ■St CH Hanse, Staple
and Fancy Dry Goods
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