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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1890)
.! (.and Sale
Ruy a White from Jackson & Sowden. * i
New lot of stvlish shoes just opened at
Dr A < H
e « ««rm.’
«• T *» it t WMkax . « t/l • 1 , «V* w,"
I «_• !lol«ien'» Ethereal t ough Syrup.
< 10 a re* ••« which « >a »• . in
fruit tree..)U> ilenry '
< '«»He, t <r
l’rabate C rurt.
Olive.-. f< :i.«e-ly «•< Ellen-dmrg. Wa«L . for
Stationery. t«en«. et<-.. <-tc.. at Burckhalter
AMULAN!) O k T hi »;-¿ mt . April 17 IM*»
$t»VH This !amt lie« near tie- tract 'lr
A Hasty's. ’
Ill tile matter <>f the «»tatc of Isaac • on this spring.
Washington dispatch. April I.».
Picture frame« ma-le to onler al II. >
The nomination of Max l*ra«-ht to is •-4. umnihs ago for
The Idaho Stage ('<«. have received the
I er a«re Mr Oliver' In the matter <.f the estate of Lucinda
ie.tor of customs for the di-tri'-t of Al *ka. ha- a «trong faith in the fruit growing |>o«- Constant.
• ontra<-t for the Sisson Adin line.
which wa« »ent to the senate on December Hthilities of this country
The finest silver prune« in the market at
M. I.. Alford has l>een added to the l;«t
la«t. still hang» fire Recently it was -aid
E. M. Miller s
Circuit Court I’coci cding-.,
of republican candidates for recorder.
E. T. Bartlett h-i« gone to < iilif<>riiui.
that it hail lieen reported to the senate fa-
Eight«- -ii Car
L R Wel<ster. judge: Max Muller, clerk:
Have you seen lL .«e tine l-lanket« at the
M . B. A. Temple of - Central
------- is a
Jo-. Dame came oxer from Trcka Mon- vorat-ly from the coniniit tee on commerce.
Lu: the ground fur thi.« statement, it ha«
Were in Ashlaml yester«lar, «xMiiinz Ja» Biruney. Kheritt'.
candidate for «late -enator on tlie demo Ashlaml Woolen Mill«?
now <ievelo|-ed. wa- an order i«-'i «1 by that through on a S|«e< ial freight from «town in
C H Pickens v». Sarah Pickens- divorce, cratic side.
Water-proof building paper, wrapping pa-
U in. M. t.ilrov i- mg»ce>i it, iht plsnaiv committee to its chairman. Mr. Frye, to re about San Joaquin county. Cal., and en ordered that tin- plaintiff pay to the clerk
mill at rtaleiu.
J. H. Hufferof Jacksonville will rts-cive |x-r and twine at Evans A Brunk's.
port the nomination favorably whenever route f««r Portland, from which [>oint they i the sum of
for support of defendant ami
the republican nomination for county treas
Hand»oiue stationery in the latest stx les
■Morri« Howell weal to All-anv oti ia.t the pre-.ident »hall withdraw the request will be distribute«I. It looks as though the her five children, and the further sum of urer—and lie l«eaten.
he made some time ago to have it bung up.
$50 for attornevs fees. It is further order
for society use at Burckhalter A Hasty's.
The committee has examined the charges
ed that the defendant have the care and
The K. I’, pay-wagon was here Tuesday
Highest price lor marketable products of
f'ha». W. laigan went tn Salem Mon-lqy against Mr. Pra- lit and finds the balance of of the Northwest, making it necessary to ■ custody of the children, save that plaintifl' and
paid off tor two months, leaving from everv
on a flying trip.
«lex-ription paid by P. II. Donoghue.
proof on hi.« side, but strong ininence is import from u milder climate.
i« allowed to visit the children at the resi $.T i «< i to $5»«r> in Ashland.
The old established hardware ami tinw are
dence of the mother until the termination
Wilf Otto went over to >i»kiyuu county I.-eing brought to ia-ar upon the president,
In Full Blast.
Either Itel. Brittain or A. Snyder will lie business of 1!. F. Ree«er in Ashlaml for
and until he reaches a determination the
of this suit.
toxiay to vi»it iii» folks
nomination will 1« left hanging in the air.
M I. Mcl ail vs Henry Ammerman- ac the republican nominee for representative sale at co«t price of stock, or les* if sold at
from Klamath and Lake.
F. A. A h orn ba» cone to rtisson U> work .Mr. Dolph and Mr. Mitchell are very ant-
tion dismissed at plaintifl’» cost.
for the lutnlrer company.
iotl« to have the u -mination continued, ble yard in < It ants Pass full of fine mar
James Wright vs. I> H Burrows. Suit in
they are u«ing all the influence they
e«|Uity to declare dissolution of partnership
Alex Martin. Jr., an<l wife bare returned ami
dock, a tborou.di mechanic, is in charge and accounting. Defendant granted leave nated Gen. John Bidwell, a representa- Blount's.
to Linkville from rtan Frattruco.
tive pioneer, fur governor.
withdraw hi«objection.« to thee -niirmation. of the works, while the proprietors are to file an answer herein.
Shiloh’.« Cure will immediately relieve
Tlie case of W. ('. Roberts, arrested in croup, w hooping v< ugh ami l«n*-hitis. For '
Prof, and Mr». J. B. Tromb ev went
W G Cooper vs. Wm Gates. Action to re
to The charges against Mr I’ra-ht are that he t out taking orders for the moat elegant lot
California toxlay with their chibiren.
' assisted in smuggling whisky into Alaska of designs yet seen in Southern Oregon. cover money. Judgment for plaintifl for Ashland for the Dunbar embezzlement at «ale by T. K. Bolton.
that he sold liquor to Indian«. A man | Thev are selling them at reasonable fig the sum of $527 W-100 and costs ami dis Porilan«!, will probably >>c compromised.
J. T Flynn returne<l to Grant'» Pa«« i an-l
“Hackmetack" a lasting ami fragrant
ntiiiei John-on. who is the chief of the op ures, and are working up a good trade. • bursement«.
Sermon subjects at the Presbyterian
Saturday from bi» Kan Francisco trip.
position to Pracht's confirmation, has lieen
W II Barr vs. Wm Gates. Action to re church next Sabbath: Morning, “.lov over perfume. Price il ami .'»let«, at T. K. Bol
Wa«hingion the past week working
cover money. Judgment for plaintifl for the Saved." Evening. “The First Parable." ton’s.
Mi»» Mae Penneluiker wa« vuiting her in
Another Fine Kesi<l<-n<-c
and costs ami disbursement«.
A»hian<l friends Saturday and Hundav.
1 again-t him
• ol. James Norris, the architect and bui ti $5*2.15
I lie \\ bite is king. Buy a White sewing
State of Oregon vs. Oscar Stearns. Selling
er, this week commenced the erection of a malt
Rev. and Mr». Van Ta«»el w»r<- visiting
liquor without license. $200 bond giv machine from Jackson «k Sowden of Grants
J. A Cardwell Itead
story ami a half cottage on the Boulevard, en by defendant that he will appear in court Pas«. All kin«!.« of sewing machine« repair
Mr». U. F. Panneliaker at Talent tin» week.
M< DONALD—In Ashland, April 13th. to
Janies A. Cardwell died of heart trouble between the resilience« of S. B. Galey Erq. for sentence.
» ed by .1. W. Sowden.
J. J. Donahue returne<l to Dnn.-niuir
Engineer and Mrs. Frank McDonald. a
the family redden«-* near Jacksonville and the projiertv of Max Prncht, collector
Bunday, after a visit here with his family at
April IGth. is4»<. aged <12 years, 1 month and of customs for Alaska. It will be for E. V. law to recover personal property, Judg-
eiirveying timlier land up Rogue river for EDDINGS In Aditami. April bill. IMS), to
John K. Norvi» was at Grant- Pas» over 2»!
’ days. Albi, belside were Mrs. Cant Mill«, wjj) cost when completed between ment for defendant.
Frol r. krolenburg. the l«.eator and liverv-
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Eddings, a son.
Sunday visiting his »ister. Mr». R. McLean. ' well and his six daughter», and bla brother. ¿2A<*» and S3,<*ti an<l contains six room« be-
man of Central Point.
s:d*« closets, baths, etc. It will lie another close chattel mortgage.
J. N. Horkersmith wa« up from Medford i last. Since Jan. 511» the patient »uflerer addition to the nuineroiis hue houses in
HOKLM.-In Ashland, April II, 1 .*!«). to
al' . ^lo.ne, a timber cruiser once of
out part of plaintiff s complaint overruled.
pre« inrt Saturday on a l>u«ines« ami social »1
Mr. and Mrs. < bailee Hokum, a datigli
Higgled with life and death, accepting this < itv and in appearance will lie some
this so-tion, is having a “monkey and a
with grateful «flection the devoted service thing after the style of Col. Norris'* resi tate. Appealed from county court. Cause i parrot of a time" in Tacoma with his wife,
dence oil Church street.
The genial David Allen of Tolu was vislp of
< hit. loving wife and children.
! and a divorce is brewing.
James A. Cardwell was born in White
iug hi» friends in this end of tne vallev last
Perry Hyde vs. W H Myers. Action to
county. Tennessee, and came to Oregon in
recover money. Default entered against njght. Outside of thinning out some ai- COOK M< » It 111 —At the residence of I».
1M.VI Has been married 43 years. Ten
A I’nion party county convention is here
Judge Del’eatt came up from Jackson- < children blessed their union, -even daught by called to meet on Saturday, June the defendant.
niond blossoms no damage was «lone, the
\V. Knutzen on Applegate, April 10, 18!M,
Abram Bish vs. Chas Beebe et al. Suit | atmosphere
ville Monday to look after hie |s>liti<-al < ers an<l three sons, all living but one. Mr. loth. lHtg), at 1 o'clock r m . at the Opera
being too dry.
by J. H. Knutzen. J. P., R. I, Cook to
( has I een a ineml>er of the Masonic Lodge house, Medford, for the purpose ot nom
The department of the Columbia, Van-, Sarah A. Morris.
for plaintifl'for $<¡80 and attorneys’ fees and
Mr Ja< k Frizelle, division superintend- J for twenty-two years, and will Is- buried inating candidates for county offices, ami cost« and disbursements.
i couver Barracks, Wash., will receive bids MITCHELL LAMBERT. At the t alli
the auspices of that order. Iter. Robt. transacting such other Imsine«.« as mav
ent of the Y reka railroad, ha* remove«! his under
Minnie M Deuvonl vs. E M Deuvoul. Di up to April 25tli. for transportation of all
olir church in Jacksonville. April 11. 1890.
family from thi* <-itv to Yreka. -I Montague Ennis officiating at the grave. Funeral at properly come before it
military supplies to Ft. Klxmath.
by Rev. Father Noel. Nickolas Mitchell
2 o'clock of to-day. Mr. <’. leaves a host of
We recommend that primary meet! ig.s
and Miss Lucy Lambert.
C H Pickens vs. Sarah Pickens. Divorce.
Sermon subject« at the Congregational
and ae«|iiaintancc» to mourn his de lie held in the various precincts on June 3-1 Plaintiff's motion to strike out part of an
Church next Sunday will be, in the morn-1
Mr. Kunimel ami wile and two sons and i mise.
at 1 o'clock r. w. at the usual places of vot swer denied and time given to tile replv.
(ing Luke 1 l:2G. and in the evening “The
their wive* weae aildcl to Medford's popu
ing. to elect delegates to the said county
lation la»t week. Mr. K. will <q»en a jewelry
convention. The several precincts will lie closure of mortgage. Judgment for plain Saloon in politic» ami business. '
entitled to one delegate each, and one dele tiff for $!H0 !» and costs.
No that is a mistake; they have not quit
l’ursiiant to call of the < ounty Central
for every ten member« or traction
the business Atkinson at the Woolen Mill
Mis* Furry ami the Misses Barncburg of ( Committee ttic Democracy of Ashland pre gate
Ileal Estate Trancd'ers.
office or Carter at the Bank will insure
Medford precinct, were visiting in Ashland < cinct met at McCall's hall for the purpose Knight < of Labor (or other farmer.«' or la
C onstantine Magruder to ('. W. Kahler; your property in the Iwst ami most reliable
( of choosing (fl) nine delegates to attend the
borers’ organization) Prohibition. I’nion the S W L. of sec 31, til 3«, S R 1 W, 102 companies.
Convention to lie held in Jackson La!»or ami i'nion party clubs.
II P. Nicholas, of the Portland law firm County
and 40-100 acres, ami lot L and the K E 4 I
It i« said that Linkville i.« Io have a new
\ olunteer delegate«, properly endorsed, of the S E 1, of sec 20 and N
of Nicholas A Dca«ty, was in Ashlaml last ville April lfltli. to cleet <K| delegate« to the
of N E <4 of
paper soon, local capitalists furnishing the
1 venes at Portland April 24th, l«no.
money ami two newspaper men from Santa
tie«, the number not to exceed the number $1570.
Mrs. J. N. Herrin and her daughter, Mr«.
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The meeting was organized by electing designated in this call.
Rosa. Cal., are to conduct the new enter
C. E Dickey, returned from Kan Francinco 1 J.
. N. Phillips, chairman, and N. A. Jacobs,
A reporter from each paper in the county Charles Nickell; 1 lot in Jacksonville ceine- , prise.
is invited to be present.
terv, lot No. 2: con.. $20.
J. <>. llamakar of Klamath county was
W. I’. Parsons and J. 11. Martin were ap
By order of committee.
^Missrta-lie Ober is as-isting Ml*» rtadie
.1. W. A J. Gott' to directors of School issued a (latent from the department this,
Men's Boots, $2, $3 £4 p r.
G eo . !*. Baums,
Kist in trimming the new spring hats at J pointed tellers.
Dist. No. 30: 2 and 1-9 acres in sec 21. tp ' week for a spring buggy protector. He
J. H. M okriis Sec
I Motion that we proceed to nominate and
31, S R2 W; cini.,$l W. D.
»nv* he has l>ec>i ottered $10,000 for the in
elect delegates, prevailed; whereupon the
N. A. Jacobs et al. to Mrs. T. E. Scott ; vention.
Men’s Shoes.$l .50 to $2.50 up
C ofkish , C askets , R obes of all S isis
Old Reel-Foot Killed.
John W Powers went to Red Bluff to- 11 following named persons were elected:
lot 3. blk in, Central Point ; con.. $250
day to attend a G A R reunion and to J.
• R. Tozer, J. J. Murphy. J. N. I'billips.
John 8. Lindsay, the showman, is a mem
G loves , C kepes , E tc .
visit hi* family
W. I’. Parsons. I. W. Burriss. L. A. Neil,
ber of the Knights ot Pythias. The foun
land in Phoenix con.. $1. Q C I).
G. M. Grainger, O. < oolidge and Thos. the stockmen of Jackaon. Klamath and
dation of this order is taken from the story
<’. W. Avers was up from Albany the first | rtmitli.
Siskivou counties, has at last been killed. acres in tp 38, K K 1 W : con., $100.
, of Damon and Pythias, which the company
Office and wareroom at railroad crossing,
of the week looking after the stone for the
On motion, the proceedings of the meet Jas. L. Coyle, of Henley, writes these
Heirs ot J. Kilgore, dec'll to Mary Kil played Tuesday.
Albany bank block.
|| ing were ordered printed in the V allky particulars to the Yreka Journal:
gore: the 8 W .‘.j of Its 14 and 15 in blk <!, I sheriff Childers is one of the luckiest men
Mi»s Kiltie Sanford, sister of Mrs E G. R ecord .
Billy Wrjght and a hoy named Bean, Ashland; con., $1 QCD.
in the country. Just two days before the
Motion to adjourn was carri«|.
Wilson, left last evening for Seattle to
j; Reiser to II. B. Carter; ,
storm set in he sold his entire band of
killed the celebrated grizzly “Club Foot,”
A- J acuos . Sts rotary.
s|<eml the summer
one day lust week, about 7 miles from R;’<> tn Highland I ark tract, Ashland;con.. I cattle and delivered them to the purchaser
>|r« Josephine Young, uf the Kt. < loipt '
at a good round price.
here. The cattlemen of this vic’nitv had $75.
B. F. and M. J. Reeser to Chas. W. Lo
House, Central Point, returned Ttteaday
a bounty of |75 offered, and I understand gan:
Shasta county, Cal., has bonded her citi- •
23, Highland Park addition to Ash
(rum a trip to Yreka.
„ . his
— way on a a bounty of $1')J or more was offered in land; It coil.,
zens for the small sum of $<i0.00i> to con-
Lolunel Thoma* Fitch, (tie silver-tongued . -pecial freight that went -through Tuesday Southern Oregon. Wright- and Bean
and reconstruct her bridges and
J. T. and L. Rodger* to city of Ashland;
OPPOSITE I. O. O. F. HALL.
The j found his track at !> a . a., and followed blk 32 in Woolen add. to Ashland; con.. $1. roads, and Siskiyou county votes on tlie
orator of Reno. Nev , is at Portland. Mr«. | night, I'-st bis hold near Talent.
trucks ran over him. cutting both leg- o’l it until noon, when they located him in Q C D
Fitch accompanies him.
proposition May 2i»th. to bond for the sum
l>elow the thighs. When discovered next
W. and 11. Mitchell to C. K. Klunt; I of $:io.ii(<i for the same purpose.
Mrs. W. 11. Himmons left yesterday for morning the hogs had been eating at him. a thicket of scruboak,near Diehl Springs.
Sacramento to join her liu-l-uiul, who is en- ; Coroner 1'rycc held an inquest ye«ti-nlav Rocks were rolled down the hill, and the share in the original ! Iargadine water ditch;
We learn that eil'orts will soon be made ' FRESH BREAD & PIES daily
gage-l at hl* trade there.
1 in the matter of securing a survey of the
ami from another tramp learned that his I liear came out. Both fired at the same
H. S. and C. Emery to <». <\ C, R. R.; 1
II M Brown of Seattle, who put in Ash name was Corlien. and that his folks lived time, and the grizzly fell, but immediate undivided 40th share in East Ashland water proposed railroad from 5 reka to Fort Jones
and Etna, with prospects ot inducing cap
land'* electric light plant, paid his respects in Pennsylvania. He and two othors had ly got up again ami started for the bays. ditch; eon. $i*>
italists to take hold of it as a valuable pay
OF EVERY VARIETY.
Imarded the train in Ashland, and Corlien He got within thirty or forty feet of them,
to Ashland friend« yesterday.
ing enterprise, says the Journal.
wa« so full of whisky he could not hold on. I I
Kept constantly on hand.
EAGLE POINT NEWS.
John Butterworth has gone to Yreka ' H im partner fell off near the Farnham bath and dropfied dead. Ten bhots were fired,
Sol. Abrahams of Roseburg denies work
ami all were found in his body, two pass
w here he has accepted a jKisition on Bro. house and had his leg broken.
Grandma Daily, mother of our miller A. ing against Binger Henmann in the Rose
ing through his heart. He measured ten
Alex. Montgomery’s paper, the I'nion
burg primaries. While lie has as big a dis
Last Sunday Alliert Parker, aon of P. inches between the ears and 18 inches J. Daily, is lying very low.
gust at Binger as many other republicans
(J. II. Watson and W- H. Leeds took 0 Parker ami brother-in-law of John
Mr. Meeker is preparing to move onto his throughout the state. Sol. doesn't want
Monday’» train for the republican state Kelly of Line comity, was on his way from nose to top of head. The toes were place
anybody to know it was hurting him that
t'unvention at Portland, held yesterday.
home near Rice Hill stnlion from Rose which gave him the name of “club toot.”
Mrs. N. M. Holmes, nee Emily Brown, of hard.
Scott Grinin was up from Tolo several burg on the passenger train. It is sup Ilia track was tinmistakeable, and he has Jacksonville,
is here visiting her relatives.
Pickles in any style at E. M. Miller’s
days last week, having .«old several carloads i posed he was standing on the platform
of wheat to Geo. II. Landers ot the Roller of the coach. He either juni|>e<l or fell, killed hundreds of dollars worth of cattle
Wm. Wiley and family Lave moved from grocery store.
in this vicinity and Southern Oregon, in
striking his head against a barrel of wa the past twelve years. He weighed over Medford onto their farm on Antelope creek. i An Ashland widow advertises in a San
.l.-iip.es Wooley, one of the old settlers, Francisco paper “for correspondence, with
Bert Swift is in a Western I'nion office at ter aliotit eight feet from the track, crush 1,400 poauds. The liovs skinned bin;
died April 8, 18H0, of heart disease, aged 00 ! a view towards matrimony.” Everything
and Fred is with the same ing his forehead. He then rolled down
can the public find
> is getting down to such a practical, busi
company at a place seven miles from . the bank, and was first discovered about carefully, and intend having tho hide years.
A first-rate lioot or shoe.
stuffed for exhibition. Re has been sys
ness-like liasis in this age, that if yon want
Where? Why, at Gress’ »hop
Dr. Geary of Medford was out the other anything, the best way to let people know
200 feet from the track towards Ins home, tematically hunted for, for several years,
In Myer's Block, on East side. No. 2.
J. H. Morris, John Butterworth an<l C. ! which was aj>oi]t fme-half mile from the and cattle-men consider this a stroke of day to visit William Wooley, whois in poor I it is to advertise.
H. Wallwce havy returned from the union place of the accident. Tho train reached
Boots, shoes, monroes, with heels and toe*,
narty convention, as' delegates from this Rice Hill aliout 3 o’clock a. in., ami he
Rev. M. A. Williams preached here last
Just as the public likes them.
I Sunday to a large audience, and steps were Postal Tel. Co. left for Roseburg yesterday
Where e'er your taste, no time to waste
The Case of Torn «Jones.
was first found aliout 51 o’clo k a m.
with Tom Roberts and Ed Williams, to com
Friend, Gress is sure to strike them.
E, 11. Hunsaker went Io tia» Francisco ;
mence rebuilding the line from there south
Thou. Jones the Henley merchant, Mr. Johnson as superintendent.
sainrtlay on a business trip Mr and Mrs. i A tramp lost his footing while riding
kip, .Morocco, coarse and fine.
M L Alford are in the store during his the brake beams of the north bound pas went to Portland Saturday to see what
Miss Nada Inlow, daughter of F 15.
_ In- muir. S. B. is one of the best linemen in
Brogan«. lx>«h large and small,
senger one evening last week, and after
low, a young lady that has lieen raised in the service of the Postal company.
O. come and see, for non is the time
in that city whom he believes was at
village and one that we can justly feel i
The stock that will suit you all.
Engineer McDonald is happy, and the , having the shoes drug off his feet let go tempting to impersonate him in order to I our
proud of. is teaching the “young ideas’ how
compliments of the season are ackm.”vl- ' ami was scraped along several hundred
may your cup of life be sweet
shoot" in the Antelope school district
edgeti by the Rccottt) and his other nunier- ; yards before the train was stopped, and fraudulently obtain possession of a $500 I to
In age of life's fan morn,
and if giving universal sAtisfaction. as she j er or other relative of Felix <«. Kilgore, for
his bruised body, cracked skull was tak draft.
But do not expect on eartli to greet
He made himself known at the citv a (ayurite with both parents and pupils.
Socorro county, N. M., will address the un
A rose without a thorn.
Mr». Mary K. Eddings mother of N'ort. en on the train to Roseburg. The atten jail and stated his case, which is still
Eddings, the stage driver, died at the home tion of the passengers was called to the ! partiallv shrouded in the mystery which I | last Saturday, and n large number were communicated. Henley, Swift A Rigby,
Let me call the attention of the public
of her son nt Winchester, Douglas county, man’s horrible position by the bowling
present. Dr. W. W. Rivers was elected
to a few fact» which affects the )>ocket of
ami yelling Qf the <lea<l tramp’s partner, so perplexed the Portland |>oliee officials chairman and A. L. Hazelton secretary. San Francisco, Cal.
on the loth.
1 before his arrival. Mr. Jones says that
Dried nectarines, a fine article in the fruit every man that wears boots and shoes.
Art WE BL Y ANI» KHIP
H. L. Bkipner went to Yreka Monday to , who also came near being shoved off. a dispatch calling for $500 was received , ' Thomas E. Nickols, A. Pool. John Thomas line, at E. M. Miller's grocery.
The undersigned has had a very large ex-
-ee hi* sister whois up front rtan Francisco, j
perience in the boot and shoe business in
i Father Clark, of Roseburg, is accused of every capacity, which certainly gives a
He returned last evening with Ms. Varian. 1 and he was a professional.
1 in Portland. He himself was in San '
the following: l’.«e of obscene language,
ot the Alta.
; use of profane language, drunkenness, eir- great advantage in selecting and buying
t'rowson’s i*>tatoes are lieing hauled!
Banks Royal, formerly of Ashland but from
And Have Less lient, Kte.. Etc.. 1\> Pay.
the depot to-day
Linkville. April lfith. —
— and ■ -•
stories con- ! ■ goods. This advantage 1 have used, and
now employed in a Portland variety store,
| eerning lady members of his church, slan-! have lioiight nothing but what is good,
was on last evening's train from a trip to
Marriage license issued April 15th to
' dering a former priest of his parish. Rose- i which 1 will sell for less money (the same
a notion to run up to Portland and got
James Gaines and Alice Carr
The countv dem x-racy of Klamath met burg seen;» to lie a demoralized of the cler- class of goods) than can be bought else
short of funds, lie,' however, returned in harmonious convention m this city to-
gv of ...
all sects. —
The . last . one to scandalize
Kamuel Arendt, formerly o( Ashlaml. was
The county court will build a new bridge 1 i
where in the state.
on Friday s train for North Yakima, Wash., across Bear creek at Talent and repair the to Henley before his clerk had time to day and nominated the following tM-ket’, the county was Rev. F. M. Culp. Bro. Bell ! Remember, all goods sold are warrant-
■ is the only one that Roseburg can’t upset, i
where he goes into the cigar. tob»e<-<> and one at Medford
package to the Tom Jones in Portland, at Joint represeptitive wjtli Lake countv,Geo. Is it because he is a-newspaner man and is ) ed. Any rip or imperfections in the
workmanship will be repaired free of
J. W. Sowden. the enterprising sewing the same time writing to the police to W. Sipirli: county judge, H. W. Keesee; | too tough for Satan to take holt ?
Mrs. A. F. Hunt and children arrived machine agent and marble work* propri place him under arrest' ' Ojliee'i Day cferk, J a.«. F. Kertehem; superintendent of
: charge. Work of this kind in a family
Fresh lot of tobacco just received at in the course of a year amounts to five or
Katurdav from Douglas county, ami have etor, will lx-in Ashlaml soon, taking orders.
P. L. Fountain: assessor, J. H.
made thii arrest before tlip package ar schools, treasurer,
mo veil out to Dead Indian to remain till
Henry Kessler; commis Blount's.
six dollars. This you will save by buy
C B Watson received the nomination rived, ami the Portland Toni Jones is Smart:
Chas. Silvers: surveyor, I. Leskeard:
fall with Arthur.
for distiict attorney Colvig-lips tne 'dem jiow in jail. What will lie done with him sioner,
IL K. Webb, who returned last Thursday ing from me. All boots and shoes bought
TO SELECT FROM.
Beuel Nims, With his wife ami family of ocratic delt-gatio» fixed no doqbt, and a nobody knows. He did’not come in pos
Red Bluff and Redding, said it was so of me after this date, when lialf-soling is
Delegate« to state convention: O. ('. Mc 1 from
WNsMnfffcm-. are stopping at S-. 11 Galey’s • iperry race it will be
Everything Imaginable in iliat Line Kept In Stoek At
session ot any money, and it is doubtful Farland. W. P. Legate ami N. K. Goodlow, half-axlav's ride brings them to the Duns necessary, will lx- done at another reduc I
Th>y are after a home, and will undoubted
tion to ruv already low prices.
Bmnnan, the railroml suction man who if he is amenable to criminal prosecution. Thev are uninstructed.
ly invest >n A"‘i,,*n‘l-
had his skull crushed near Cole’s station
A Portland paper says: It now appears
1 places where the snow was packed four feet j Will keep constantly on hand a stock
War in Klamath County.
|i D, H, Yager the timlxr land cruiser bv a passenger engine, died subse«]uently that the Portland Tom Jones is Ed Jones.
deep. Quite a contrast, that draws out the of all my own make of shoes of all the
wa» down at Roseburg the past week look ai the Yreka hospital.
We learn that Gen. E. I. Applegate, gov-, | remark that there is a varied variety of cli- latest designs that for style and quality I
ing at some coal lands in Douglas county
Luther I. Burtenshaw, Esq. lias moved only a few weeks ago drove a coal wagon, eminent agent at the Klamath agency. ; 1 I mate this spring on the Portland-San Fran- , will equal any made in New York City.
that will l>e tiles! on this summer.
1 cisco route.
hi* law office into the room next door to lie maintains that he had no fraudulent
I will not have on hand any ladies' or ,
Mr». Cox, wife of the passenger conduct the bank, and when fitte«l up will be the intentions, but gives no satisfactory ex the agency school and an appointee of the ’ j | Men's working pants from $2.(io up. at children’s goods of my own make. Will
or from Red Blull In San Francisco, was j
confino myself to the mens’ branch of
, i Blount’s.
visiting in Ashland Monday with her sister, | E. E. Miner has returned from San Fran- planation as to how he came to adopt ; tion there some days ago. Gen. Applegate
•‘tired’’ Col. Compson as teacher. Col. i It is generally lielieved that Huntington the business. When in full blast 1 defy
the name of Tom Jones.
Mrs. t’nas. Barnum of Hornbrook.
I cisco, where he was called on the sad mis
he did have fraudulent in Compson telegraphs the department at 1 j will make a clean sweep (;f the dead-heads com petition.
. If. however,
Kheritt M. D. Childers w ill return to sion caused by the death of his «on, W C tentions,
Ladies’ and gents' boots and shoes of
he have known of Washington which says he should keep on. and hangers-on of t^e S. P. This will re-
Linkville soon and after settling up hisaf- ’ Miner, a young man of excellent business
Loaded with^tlie authority of this telegram.
■ lieve tLnt vorporaticn of a big load around every description, from a white satin
and how could Col.
fnir» will move his family ts> Salem, w here >|ualitications ami a promising future
Compson showed it to Gen, ''
?«!f’ i ’*s
1“ those in a position to know ' slipper to a lumberman’s boot, made to
he have known when that Jones was
he 1* engaged in a profitable saloon business.
Ab. Giddings went over to Beaver and ! away, so that he could with safety wire The General's acquaintances can
tn easily Ltn
ltn alxiut one-half of the traveling is done on order and on short notice. Repairing
passes and a vast amount of transjxirtation
Mrs. Phoelie Given» is in the city visiting Hungry creeks Fri-lav to commence opera
when lid replied, “By the eternal. I tor politicians and officials i« done for out done promptly and with neatness.
her si-tvr. Mrs. J. O. C. Wimer, )>eing en (ions for the season's run. With an abutid for money? The ease is beset with un struck
1 cordially ask the public to come and
route home to Ft. Bidwell after spending
see what 1 liavc to sell and what i ask
t|.e winter with her daughter at Vancoi(ver.
Hasty can forwutu the ■ for it. If you don’t buy it is all the same.
right along teaching. Gen. Applegate or-
‘file county court h.;’ or«lere<l that the tion.
I ganized a company of seven tried and true I subscription for your newspaper or maga You’re just as welcome as though you 25ÆJLY BE HAD 2LT
£ J. Curtis, who is engaged in mining on
soldiers, who went to the school house and zine cheai>er than voy can do it yourself.
south side of the Kiskiyous. came over Chimney Rock precinct voting or ]*>lling
bought, because if you don’t think it is
a pitched battle ensued between the oppos
Tuesday. Hani work has thinned him out place be changed to Luke creek ;«o~toflice.
Ratuburg has again petitioned the to your advantage to buy, 1 don’t expect
ing forces Col. Compson is a large, strong
until he is only about one-half his former and that the Flounce Rock precinct pollins
place I* changed to Flounce Rock school inst., to Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Hogue, a man. The forces under command pf turn i Southern Pacific to extend the terminus you to liny- That is the way 1 <lo all
Applegate succeeded tinul^y in ’ removing of the Eugene local to their town. It is business, and business transaetions i
Mrs. S-arah A. Likins and Mrs. Ellen
Compton bodily* amt installing the new most likely, from what the R ecqkm can shall be done and carried on in an honest
Finished in Style Equal to
Chitwixkl Bros have improved their
Farnsworth, mother and cousin of Mrs. W.
and honorable manner.
appoiutelE'fa'it not. however, until the Col
IL Mayfield, returned to Langell valley plaza corner drug store till it is now as con for business. Bring on your lumber and onel had roundly “thumped" some of the learn, that a double train service will be
Tuesday, after spending the winter in Ash
General's army. An agent was expected ping at Reddiug and Eugene, whenever Ashland Barbershop, Ashland. Oregon.'
having provide«! an office for patients,
Elmer Datman IS closing out a carload
W. B. G11E8.S. ‘
which like their laboratory is partitioned off of Iowa potatoes at 2 cts. this week, at out from Washington by this time to take another change is made
note» of the affair This W the plain story
Ed. Ktacv left Bunday for Tacoma, where from the salesroom
A partial clean up taken from the batter
after a visit with his brother Charley (who
.«« h K.-dqen. formerly a «tudent in the
Co], l ompson and the halance of the ies while the mill wa* running, containing
is engaged with F H Vining’s hardware -
The Wagner Creek Grange CQutfuq- "tired''
was taken from the Gold Ball mine
t >U i lie w ill go out wi|h C. W- Root’s ssU-
teacher in Kern county. Cal . returned to plate having a grqnd public1 ball at their Commissioner Morgan.
j at Salmon river to Yreka last week. An I
Medford last evening to reeeivetlie congrat
other bar was also realized in the same
|icv. F. A. L«tt of l inkville, who has ulations of hl* folks and old time friends, decided.
Its Excellent Qualities
manner during the week previous. When
lieen attending the Southern Orvgon (j having lieen married lust Sunday to a young
Mr. Sny.lor. of the European restaur Commend to public approval the Califor the mill is shut down for a genera! clean
I’resbvtery. made the Recoup a pleasant lady of that place who is with him
ant. Ashlaml. “puts up” at the Sherman nia liquid fruit remedy, Svrup of Figs. up, a large amount of gold will no doubt lie
«■all Yesterday, lie will return home in
as the quartz now lieing crushed
T. 11. Goodman general freight and pa«s- restaurant while he is canvassing this It is plen.'ing to the eye’ and to the taste, . realized,
alsiut a week.
enger agent of the s. |’. ami party pa.««ed precinct with a patent blacking.
and by gently acting on the kidneys, liver pay» hqudsuinely.—I Journal.
Mr*. Mart Childers of Klamath countv through on Tuesday's northbound train for
I will sell on long time or exchange for i
bowels, it cleanses the system effect-
Another one of the Modoc war partici
Married—At the home of Mr. Jordan, and
has l«een in the valley the past two weeks Portland. E. P. ltodgers, the popular
nally, thereby promoting the health and pants ha« gone to the happy hunting farm, my residence in Ashland with a
visiting relatives and after stiending a general freight and pa««cnger man of the S.
comfort of ^ll wuo use it.
Known a* the Youle & Gilroy mill, is now
ground. The stepmother of Toby, the gov« frontage of 1(10 feet on Alain st., and 150
cou)>le of dav» as the guest of Mrs. Robert P.’s lines in Oregon, who has l»een in Cali tain and Mrs Bonat, M. V. B. Soule, J.
eminent interpreter for Gen. ( aqby who on .llidit Ave. The grounds are nicely
Taylor in Ashland, started home rue-day. fornia for some time, returned home in 1’., officiating They seeip to be a huppv !
Contempt of Court
was massacred bv (’apt. Jqck'w warriors, lain out with choice fruit and shruWiery, i
Mike Diek.who has for several years live«! company with Mr. Goodman.
The contempt case of the editor of the died in Klamath counly rroently. The artificial stone walk, good stable and out
with Judge Tolman's family, left for the
Mr. George Ixxisely ami wife, of Fort R ecord was to lie argued and submitted to fxwr old S(|uavy cgmiied one cold night late-
M r.r. i Mrs. M. P. .abbey,of Y'aqulna bay
north Monday to strike out tn the world lor who.base been «pcn lihg the winter in Ash Klamath, and Miss Cora Anderson (Mrs. the supreme court to-day. Judge Hanna y between i'airemld’s and Lost nver, sat buildings. This cottage was built in the
In charge of
mm»eU. with Hie best wishes of succe*» land returned home Monday, to < pen up Izmselv’s cousin) have been visiting at for t he defense and Dist" Att'v Colvig f^j by the fire and at last fell over and slept Fall of 1888 of the choicest material and
while the flames reached her foot, which
fn»m lit* Ashlaml friends, »ml the family the Bay View, their well known summer
E. K. Anderson’s during the past week. I
was so shockingly burned that the injury, S. F. architects. Wifi sell or exchange
with whom he has )>een.
resort. They spend every winter away "Jo.” entertains his friends in old-style
Tho*. Uu. white, blankets at the wool combining with her other ailments, result any part of 1 to 4 acres all in choice fruit
J. W. Hamaker. the Linkville attorney, from home and have voted Ashland the hospitality at his new-style nmn^tan. • ; en'ÀniTIt» will make a splendid pres i ed in her death.
ar.U adjoining said resilience. This is
wa« in the citv the first of the week, en l«e«t place of them all. Mi«« Jessie Ale.xan-
All Order-for SASII. DOORS, BLINDS.
for your wife. They lieat anything yet
The l.nion Baity L&lguu at Talent is 1 ent
route to Portl'aml. He says the stock mor <ler returned with them.
Tlie sensation at Mott (particulars pub the most modern in style and best con
seen in the state.
or for FINISHING LI MIIKIi. or MILL-WORK of ANY KIND,
tality will not lx- as great as expected some
structed cottage in Southern Oregon,
H> nry Ream son y( Ur i). lit.au«. U;e guiding in membe;ship daily; and well
Stanford and Huntington have not Iteen lished on first page of this issue) )* still
I’romptly attended to. A<l<lres». A-hlaml. nr.
tim* igo, anti thr.t tuty pc-r ct.ni. will I’tilj w,'3:kn'vvf
ji )-h'y*i«*U)ti anq surgeon and ••»- it mav, for the money sharks are tight on speaking terms for five years past. boiling in Siskiyou coquly, «1.0. Welsh | choice location ami can lie bad at a bar
oyer the aver.igg l..«st«gi H<c w'mKb
teemed pioneer citizen of Yreka, was mar
They arc two differently put up men If was arrested at the Kisaon depot, imme
tl Varian. of the Kan Fran« t«co Alta-< al- ried gt that place la«t week to Mi«s Amelia ci their innocent victims until poverty is ' Huntington could get a whiff of what the diately on tlie arrival of the south bound i 1 W. N. Luckey, Real Estate ,lgt. Ashland J-------------------------
«Kirn an rm>ort-*r>al »•**- arrived in the «Tty
seen on every hand and starvation stares whole |>eople think of him he would drop train Wednesday of last week, on the
o-knln afternoon for a bnef vi-it. The ¡team is one of the finest of young men troth man and Ireast in the face. Yet. dead from the shock.
charge of forgery, preferred by Ex-Notary
Alta is one of the ablest edite«i and x>li«le*t and the K k ««> ri > extends its well wishes, some ]x>rsist in voting with the parties
newspapers in the correct idea of news- along with his numerous friends wherever that oppress them as reward for their
The lime company on Wards creek, Public John Hitch, whose name issigned
to the deed. Next dav he was admitted
on the <s»ast, and the lir.< oat> appreciated a he is known.
»re thorn put up by
votes. If thi» is not slavery, then there three miles east of Woodville have burnt to bail in the sum of $1000 to apixsar to
call from one of its staff.
one kiln of 850 bushels and hereafter will
Father B!an< het, forn-.erh ot this parish, t» tio an h a thing as slavery.
Miss EUatiore laughter <•( Mr. anil Mr«. but now uf Kt Paul, Manon county, wa
burn a half dozen kilns every four weeks.
Who are the Largest
April Itrth, 185)0.
T. A. L kntok .
|»KALKk IN —
E. E. t '«»re of Medford precinct, and Henry i ou leant Munday's train, with the priest«
They expect in the near future to con on the side of the truth evi(lvJ)tty, and
Seedsmen in the world.
should keep up its Hck, «egavdiesa of the
Wartman a young man of Me<lford. wen- at Ji-fferson aud Albany for a vacation in
There is one court that no mail’s or struct a Put kiln with which thev will “good staniU^g”. cJ Welsh, There are
Rer.uiifully Jllustratcd, jK-.cripuve
married at the residence of the officiating California
\«ked if lie expecte«l to find
Near Mato | j) W AHE.
minister Rev. M. A. William«. !a«tSunday. Oakland, "an Franci«eo and the other woman's proj»erty can wane, that is the
thi^\P4, rbuhere and rascals wearing
It was a quiet wetlding. only the relatives of “doom scaled ' towns, he said thev were probate court. All your life earnings, will require an expenditure of over $3tMX). gaud clothes and in “high standing” in
th«- parties being invited.
going to hold the inquest Father Blanchet when you die, pill pass through that
This community was sorp^seti this week mauv communities that would be in pen r\ HE I’NDERslGNED have v«u(>leteiv I
tor tBqo "ill 1
renovated, improved and filled up the ;
»p|ti. AM», xh J I o lost -c»—•«*'» no
court, and what it leaves will go to your by the -hcritf c<i* nltymbi* « bi;n»V. Wash , itentiaries if justice were only meted out
Fred W. Clift, formerly in the butchering will return a week from Friday.
tower,. It k better than ever. I.v-
heir. While it is then clerks, sheriffs
business in Ashlaml with David Payne,
uer»oti u,i»<g Garden, glower
modious manner, read) for kxlging purpo.«-
l’rof. I.oisettc s Memory System is creat newspapers and «♦dmimstra'Vote each take for years a prominent citizen <»f Duytou. on
but wow of Linkviile arrived Friday for a
or Field SEEDS th--old »end fur iu
e*. Call an,«] see them for yourselves,
visit with numerous old friends amt rela ing greater interest than ever it: ail puns of a bilee and lucky the heir that gets much, the charge of grand larceny Mr’ Hosier
D. M. FERRY* CO.
Itatys— ji ¿«er week, »4 per month.
Prolong your life—and render it enjoy
went north saying he was g- -ing home,
tive« in thi« vallev. Hix leather ami sister. the country, und persons wishing K im-
\Sua suit of rooms for man and wife.
Do you wish Pearls White Teeth, healthy before the sherriff arrived
Ashland peo able by using Wright’» Iron Tonic Bitters,
*tr- J Arnoup and Mr«,. Late Lyvn* »r- peoie tln.tr p.en.oiy ' stjopld si'mt' for hi-
ple will not believe the charges until they ,
rtve»t s feW’hry« bef<*|e-fr.-ir i»«hn Pranvi«-*) fiFo-lpe» tü« frAc ii« adverti-t-d in another
the system. Sold bv T K Boffo,n
loo th Soap, ¿old by T. K. Bolton
I l -Y r U sh here.
51 AX l’K.W IT
Th.* Flicht Aimie
BUY WHILE YOU MAY!
H. S. EMERY
ALL WAY DOWN IN PRICE
Overshirts, Underwear, etc., at
New Styles in Shoes and Hats
CHOICE CAKES Just Received.
All Lines of Winter Clothing at
W. B. GRESS’S
Fine Line Gloves, Neckwer, Sus
BOOT and SHOE STORE. penders, etc., etc.
O. H. B louñt .
F u rniture!
IN TRAIN LOAD LOTS ’~EAST
We Can Give You Lower Prices
than Portland or San Francisco
SMITH & DODGE’S.
PICTURES of YOURSELF
RUNNING IN FULL BLAST,
JAMES S. ROGERS
FurniM Rooms to Let.! i. c. ra,
FERRY i CO.