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AKIILAND. <>».. Thursday, J is e 12.IK»». I
I’r >1»at ■ <’■ u
Aa’iland's Waler SjsfC!»
John O'< miner an>! his foreman John Me I I m - •li-U!«-rC. I'th- n-.il <•■iug!i S\rup.
li > . rt- have arrived and Monday •s«m-
i’ll« lie r ra lu the im.iiritaiti - ha» «mt-
iwn<«l laying in the pipe for the new
water works, uiakine rapid headwav. The in.-m-e.l.
lower «j 'tem will be in first and will throw
The railr«»ad time change will »tart the
water bv the 4th of July. j>ossit'ly.
Cole»trin travel a booming.
In matter of e-tate of i'Uo-. ilayu:<»ii»l
«•r<Ur of tina! settiement.
I'ERKONAL AND MOCIAL.
In matter of e-tate of Jona-Tiiom-on
».one order ax al»ove.
Harry Barbour ba« 8>>ne to Allmny.
Our New Stock Coming.
A i»ig drop in price in some of the sum
In matter of xuardian-hit^ot mi'» r heir-
J«»bn Olwril, of t’rntr.»! Point, «|»-nt Sun of J. H Bellimrbroke <>r¡L r of
By the last of next «eri the A »bland mer dre-« goo«ls at Hunsaker's.
day in A-hbml.
Gris-ery will receive a full and complete line
A party.of 31 ca-tern p«»|»h‘ Ita;.m-.ml
of fr-»h groceries, provisions, etc., and lx: A Wbileanip excursionists—went north
In matterò! otate »»l Jol«n A.,;n»-v«
F. ¡1. Carter left Momlav for PordaiMl,
tir-t -eiui-aimuai exhibit appro««“!.
Friday <»n thrir way to Alaska.
on a bu»ine.« ri»it.
The goods are fre»h. first-cla»« and will t»e
James Haiubiiu pa—cd through A-hiaml
< i.miuis- ionrrs' Cour.
«»M strictly for cash. 5’oiir patronage is
Mr«. Mbemore and dau ghter were vixitinr
Sunday with a hand of stuck cattle for hi»
in A%hland la«t week.
June 1, ls4JU.j
in the I’eli'-an bay section.
E. M. Mtu kk .
In matter of petition foracmnly road by
Mr«. J.H. KbKJrier i» vi»rtinx relative« ami
Miller will receive next week a fine
friend« in Jark««»tivi!le pterfnet.
It -al E't:»tr Transactions.
line and full »tuck of new groceries. Don’t
that A I. Reuter, Wm Kahler, and K F
Ikl P. Mor»e. of the S. F. Examiner, ar- Maury lie appointed viewer» and J. S. How-
fuil to < all around and try them.
M. N. Luckey re|<irts: W. E. Price
rive«! from tbe north ye«terday.
ani nurveyor’to report at e’erk’a office Mon to M. Alice Gallant—house and lot north
Henry Wilson, the stock and land-owner,
*,**‘‘* RiU-bir. ot the H. F. Examiner.wa« day, June 16. MM, an 1 at the July term of of the north school house. Con. |2300.
i» announced a» a democratic nominee for
• this court
on Monday'« north bound train.
— from northern California.
Enos Blair and M. Alice < .allant to W.
Bills to the amount < f *-- m .79 allowed.
< barley Durkee left Humlay for Willow. Irxlixent allowance *717..’57. County lio - E. Price—27 i res of land adjoining Cen
• ol. AV. A. Crowe ha» treat«l the inside
Cal., to work during the »uinmer
pital report formontbof May s«il»niitt«l and tral Point :n i lot»2 and •? block 2 in Amy of Mei onnell <k Eubanks' new store in the
>x- II -rhau.’h’s addition to Central Point. opera block, to a new «»lor of painting.
• Mr«. Johnny Eulxuik« i» confined to her , approved.
The hi«lx to build a bridge aero - Bear Con. Si.0
lied and 1« m a criti«-al condition.
The Phoenix and Medford baseball nine»
creek were o;>ened. No other bxi Imt by
ha«l ¡1 match game at Phoenix Sunday.
John J. «trait, oi Cow creek canyon, tbe nan Francisco Bridge Co. The contract
I>ieut. Sivilt Com t-Martialeil.
The Phoenix l>oy.« were )>adly wor»t«l.
Bmdayed in town with hi« family.
wa» nwnr«l«l to tlie h. F. Bridge Co. to
Lieut. Ja». A. Swift, of Norfolk, Va.,
A fir».class ami reliable waiter—lad)
A T K,'1* »rrivci ye»U-rd.»y from Bel (build an irouTruige near Central Point for | Ims I m - cii ccurt-martialed and the trial pretened- can find a good position at the
lingham Bay, Wa»b.. oh a bu»ine»» trit».
was to have commenced on the 31 ¡net. Del Monii-o hotel anil restaurant. Ashland.
Fred. Jcffer« left Sunday for Seattle to
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Ordered t!>at tbe suncivt-or of road dti- Tin-court-martial grew out of the finatt-
John _ E. _______
oi the ...
•eek a fortune in the new Mate ot Waabing- trict No.
lie and is hereby order«! to re- ’ c. d troubles of thill oltiecr while station- . market, has the contract to furnish the lieef
port to this court on or l>ef« re July 2. IMM, c-.l at Ashland. Scrat. G II Willson of for the railroad a< fara» l ow creek canyon.
G. W Mapew tbe cattle king of ea«tern and show amount of money ex|<eml«l on Sclireveport, La., and Sergt. F Newman,
R. T. Baldwin inform.» Us that all the
coniitv road betwwn Jarkxonviltc and
Oregon, wa« i»n TueMtar'a «outh-botiml
Me'Kord, and to whom such money was of Bismarck. D-.ikota. formerly of Ash liabilities of the late Wm. Mills have la-en
settled up and the widow has something
paid; also amount remaining mil ot *.'.<» land, bave been snmmoned as witnesses. left.
Peter J. 4'ha«n«r made the R ecoro office appropriated by the court for repair of said
Ji.'i.'K Del’i atl M .rrl. «1.
a piexoant call Tuexlav, while vi«iting in road; and further ordered that the county
ladi»- - “ parlor <-vwert" will lie
A young ladi«
clerk notify »aid »upervLsor of the action of
Hon. E. Del’eatt. the well known citi liel<l at the home of .1. IX Dowtiinng. on the
Ja». B. Ed«ly. the Pendh-t« >n ex-new »- this court.
zen, lawyer and politician, at present a Boulevard Siskiyou, next Tuesday evening.
June 17 th.
Ordered that supervisor of road district
paper wnu-r, wax in tbe valley the lir«t of
No.- L. Woodridge fa» hereby ordered to resident of Jacksonville, and Miss Jen
The I .a lie- .\i,| s.xieti oi the M. E.
repair county roads in »aid district forth
J. H. Morrh, tbe printer, left for Port with by order ot county clerk.
Mrs. Judge Willard Crawford, were mar < bnrch. will hold their ti-uai monthly so-
land Sunday, to lie employ«! on the Pa
Court adjourned until July 1.». Isin. a’ ried at the residence of the officiating eialde and supper on Wednesday eve, .lune
10 a. m.
minister near Medford. M. .1. Williams, l*th. By order of Sec.
C. C. Ragxlule wa« up from Willow
yesterday. They took this morning's
Billy Rice, the minstrel who made a hit
Spring» prerim t the tir»t of the w< ek on 11
train for a welding trip to San Francisco in Ashland us the funniest man of the
J. H. liufler. jr.. lia» gone to Purtlaml.
Cleveland Haverly trou|>e. failed to get a
ami other California )<oints.
Major Barron was at the county sea' the
divorce from his wife in New A’ork last
H- L. White ami little wu. of R<x-k Point, first of the week.
Too High For I s.
were vf«itlng Mr. White » mother in A»h-
Hon. H. K. Hanna 1> at Liiikvijie utteirl-
Services will be held at the Congregation
Ashland's celebration ot tbe 4th of July
itig circuit court.
will be a great affair, but there is one al church next Sunday at l'i:.7J a. m. and
Harry M. I’ol^rtn came up from
Hon. Theo. Cameron has returned irom feature that Portland lias that w ill not 7:39 p ni. Sermon subject in the morning.
roriwatown, i'ul., Saturday to prove up on
• When is Lite a Failure? ' In the evening
hi» timber land claim.
hix trip to Galice creek.
lie on Ashland's program. Tbe Oregon there will be a song service.
Prof. Geo. H. Watt left ye»terduy via the
• barley Judge, who ha* been clerking at
The Medford base-ball citlb lu-t week
of this year’s Fourth of July celebration, challenged
J. Nnnan'a in Jack.xonville, returned home southern route, for Ohio.
any town in the valley for a
Saturday to recuperate
B. B. Beekman has return' d to Portland is a mammoth balloon ascension. While match game. The Ashland lover of the
moving between heaven ¡mil earth, a national game effected an organization
W. E. Greene, now of Portland. »4- after a -hurt visit in town.
marriage ceremony is to lie performed, Tuesday and will go the Medfordites
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alxiard ve«terday'n train l»ouiid for Link-
Gen. T. G. Reatnes made a )>u»inc»» trip
the daring young couple to I k - presented round at that place Saturday.
vtile on <-uurt Inirine»».
to Portland during the week.
by the committee with an elegant set of
Friday's Oregonian «ays:-To-morrow
Mr. and Mr*. Gao. Cryderman return«!
Mrs. .M H. Drake anil Mrs. J. S. I’ar.-on,
Monday from a [»lea«ant visit with John of Ashland, visit«! friends here last Satur- furniture and a magnificent diamond l>r. Edmund Cnnby and Mr. DeWitt Butts,
two gentlemen stopping at the Portland,
Cooley * family at Ager.
start on a horse-l>ack ride from here to Sait
Ele tile Light Matter».
Mr«. Dr. Songer und Mi«» Mollie Songer
J. W Ingram of Willow Springs and l ied
Francisco. They take a team and covered
went to Grants Pa»« Saturday to visit thr Downing of Butte creek were in town Tues
t'has. W. Logan lias i'i*sigiie»l the posi wago t and intend roughing it as much as
Dean» amt other friend» there.
tion of >< ' f< ttiiy oi the Ashland Electric jMissible. The object of the trip is health
a desire to »ee the country. Dr. Canby
Greene Hollingsworth, the timber land
Dr. J. W. Robinson and family lell for i.igiit ami l’owet Co., and S. J. Tuthill, and
» ruber, came up front Woodbind Friday Smith River Corners. Cal., lu»t Monday, the electrician and su|K*riiiten<lent, will i' a nephew <>l Major James I’. Canbv. I'. S.
ami left next day for Linkville.
where they will H|H'n<l the summer.
hereafter a<-l as secretary also.
McConnell A Eubanks carry in stock
J-.»e Marshall, who has l»een «pending a I A. H. Maegley and family have returned
vacation in Ashland, returned to the Sac from tiieir visit to Kan Jose and in a few ing the Westinghouse system, has l»een articles in the line of fancy groceries not
ramento machine ahofM Monday.
days will leave here for their future home in in Ashland interviewing the local com kept in Ashland before. Their stock was
pany tn regard to putting in a machine , selected by («. F. McConnell, w hose ex
E. J. Farlow, Joe. Million and M. N, Portland.
Long left Monday for a flatting and hunt-
Geo. M. Love, accompanied !»y Mrs. H. to
»• periencein the grocery line cannot be
K. Hanna and Mrs. .J. A. Love', left this arate fluin the arc lights- They are lioth excelled. Bought for cash they can give
ing tour in the Jenny creek section
the public the benefit of reasonable
week for Crescent City, where they wilt supplied from tho same circuit now.
_ L. W. Potter and wife came over from • spend a few weeks.
_Mr. Todd has been in consultation with prices.
Etison's Hot springs Sunday. They return
J. A. Love died at his home here Satur- Yreka citizens in regard to putting in a
home to Salem some time next week.
Miss May lloward and Bref. Williams,
of consumption, age 22 year», plant there.
who gave a spiritualist
show at Granite
Harry A'an Tassel and Geo. Pennelatlter ami evening
buried the fullowing day. Rev.
Hall several month» ago. were on Bunday's
went out to the Grizziey springs, Dead ’ llobt. wa»
train from California to give an exhibition
Indian, Tuesday, for a rusticating tour.
Chief Engineer Hood's railroad aur at Central Point and other places. They
Chas. A. Miller returned la«t week from
veyois have been in the Cow creek ea n- not only gave a. wonderful gnost show in
Albany and Corvallis ami report« the crop
Ashland at that time, but also unearthed a
yon country for a w ;ek past making sur skeleton
pro»|»ect» in the Wilhnuetlc us lieing short. I.inkviile Star.)
in the ckisci of one of Ashland's;
Iloralio Smith is home on a two months' veys abont last winter’s immense slide pious citizens, much to tin- amusement of
Judge W. A. Wilshircof Lakeview passed
and nev.lv formed lake. Some three t lie crowd.
through Sunday for Purtlaml. He
K and ■ his
• • vacation from Santa Clara college. Cal.
changes in the road-be I. al»out a mile
wife will »top over in Ashland on their
Lieut. Brainard of Ft. Bidwell, wliu went
Mrs.Slid ling and children pas-<sl through each, and requiring some heavy work,
through Ashland to Vancouver last week,
town last week on their way to Eugene City. will be commenced soon.
was on Tuesday’s train with a company of
Mr. Rummel, Hr., went over to Horti-
W. A. Wright, wife, little daughter and
The Southern Pacific time card takes soldiers for Arizona. Lieut. Brainard is a
the Rummel son, left Friday morning for a short stay tn
_—, to look
another change next Sunday out of the very popular officer ami gentleman. A
_ claim, now ' being
city and Monday out of Ashland. The brief sketch of his North l’olc expedition
Mrs, Helen E. Parker, wife of Judge arrival and departure will be on the w ith Greeley appears on first page of the
R ecord . He enjoys the distinction of hav-
H. G. Paraou, representing numerous ! Parker, arrived Thursday morning from
schedule in force prior to the last tempo ing went further jqi to the North l’olc than I
«ei rat «oclety and trade pa|>ers publish«! I Redding, Cui.
rary change, making the south bound any living nian.
by Dewy A Co. of San Francisco, was in '
R. B. Hatton has sold out his interest in passenger due at «:30 a m and the north
town thia week.
the Exchange sta »les to Ed. Grubb. Con bound at 5:10 p m ., to lay ox er 30 minutes i Postmaster Hammond took charge of
J. AV. Carter, ot the Linkville—Lakeview I sideration *350.
tbe postofiice Saturday evening. Miss >
for breakfast and supper.
stage line, arrived in the valley la»t Friday
Grace and Frank Hannnond are the
on his way to Josephine county to l<x»k at
clerks. Miss Allie Farlow will be in the
Van Viictor Slociini.
brought a laind of cattle from Jackson
some stage stock.
office as clerk until the new adnrinistra-'
count;' to range in Klamath county.
Tom Green, the genial foreman of the
tion gets well broke in. The office will
work train men on the Siskiyou, came down '
¡ be moved into the Masonic block within
Saturday evening to «mile on the ladies,
ing them to range at Aspen lake, in this er. 813 Bush street, San Francisco, on a few days.
June 2d, tbe Rev. Dr. Harcourt perform
Frank Cluggage, the well-known star
Miss Ailele Wynne assi»t«l l»v local tul-1
Mrs. John Fairchild and her daughter, ing the ceremony. Mr. Van Vactor is route contractor, was here Tuesday on
ent is announce»I to give an elocutionary
one of the Southern Pacific railroad com route for Lakeview ami Linkville, be- ’
entertainment at the Presbyterian church
week. They took the bftby boy along and pany's responsible locomotive engineers, tween which places he ha6 the now mail
to morrow evening.
' he came a'd the way from Butte creek with being on the rqn from Dpnsmuir to Red carrving contract. His home is part of I
Judge II. K. Hanna »»» mi Ixiard Sun-' out kicking a hole through the carriage or
’!•/*» train houml for Linkville on legal making gny fgss whatever. lie is indeed ;t Bluff, «and is an exemplar)' young man. tho time in Ohio ami part at Atchinson, ’
l>ji»in<'» Before the circuit court whii li con- fair child ami the king of the ranch <»n The bride is a well known young latlv of Kan. He has over 300 mail contracts
this city, the daughter of Sir. and Sirs. with the government.
yen«! Monday for Klamath county,
If. E. Slocum, of the Arlington hotel.
Supt. W. H. Mowat, of the Postal, a»-
Tbe bride and groout have a large circle I l'rof. J. W. Merritt of Central Point,
sistett by ojierator Fred Denny, are out
of friends and acquaintances iu Ashland the representative elect, is not satisfied ;
along the line of the Ashland Linkville
J. Goldsmith and J. S. Howard are in and elsewhere along the railroad who ex alone with |»olitical honors being thrust
telegraph making some needed repair*.
tend congratulations amt wish the happy upon him, l>ut will sometime this week
J. I’. Murphy the seicntitic brick-layer
still further cover himself over with glory
couple much prosperity and happiness.
went to A'reka yesterday to work <»n the
b)’ leading from the hymenal altar Miss
new opera house for which Geo. AV. t 'mtper ■ man, has secured a job at Merlin.
I Genevieve Moore of Jacksonville, one of
KAGLK POINT NEWS.
the contractor and builder bus tbe contract. 1 Mies Ella Drake, of Ashland, is in
the best young ladies of the valley.
Messrs George AVimer.
AVimer Adam AVimer, charge of tbe Postal office here for the E uitok V alley R ecoki »:—
Last Friday the 2d regiment, U. S.
lher gentleman, all of j present.
Mr. Perry _________
Having is in full bluet—there in a great i cavalry, stationed at Walla Walla, fed
Arago, spent four or five uavs i-antpintt on '
I. A. Webb is having a brick sidewalk
their horses and rested up at Ashland
the beach, returning home Monday.—[Ban
put in in front of liis fi ne two-story fur
If C. Lewis came near being thrown ' while an route for their new post in Ari
from his cart last week, striking his arm zona. The regiment, ineluding women
Dr. Remington, for a number of year» as
ami children, numbers about 700, and
AV. B. Rolietl-, tbe farmer ami horticul on the wheel and bruising it badly.
sociated with l>r. F. G. Hearn, the pioneer
citizen and dentist of A'reka. was on board turist. left yesterday with hi» wifi- for a
A. J. Daley is getting his machinery ■ occupied twenty coaches, ami their be
Tuesday’s train for Wisconsin, via the visit at Napa, Cal.
in his mill in good shape and exj»eets by longings about as many more. The train
t anadian route.
Rev. G. G. Thoma» ami family ami C. C. the 15th to be under full headway again. was divided in three sections with three
| engines to a section.
Jaincs Camp, a well-known citizen and Smith (1HS?) and family departcl to-day
J. A,.Jonas was elected J. P. of this
mining man of Happy Camp, Siskiyou Co., for their former home cast of the Rockies.
A statement has been prepared by
precinct without opposition, anti A. Pool
and Henry C. Chester, of the same locality,
Chas Strang ami W l( Barr will our old constable and Charles Edmonson ’ General Passenger Agent Goodman, of
were on Saturday's tram houml for t| busi
represent the A O C W lodge of this were the candidates for constable. Chas. the Southern Pacific Company, showing
ness trip to New’York,
city in the grand lodge which meets ¡it E. w as elected.
East and West-bound overland passenger
Conductor J. S. Brooks and wife returned Astoria in July-
busines of the road for the first four
via the Northern Pacific Monday from an
The election passed ofTfiuietly al this
ea»tern visit -most of the time with Mrs.
The new water works give good satis place. We at first opened the ¡«oils in months of this year, as compared with
B.'» father, Jeff. Hankins of Chicago. They faction- The streets cau lx» sprinkled Inlow & Ashpolc’s warehouse, but it was the same period of last year. It shows
report a royal good time.
down now, and insurance will surely be soon ascertained that wc would suffer the decrease in the numberof East-bound ;
passengers was 7507; decrease in West-1
Ed. Tolliert is lan k checking l»agguge on j reduced in consequence
with the cold so much that wc decided to bound business 11,025 passengers.
the A»bl iml Sun Francisco run after an ah- ’
AVork is progressing very satisfactoi ily
sence of a month having a fungus growth
Gents’ tine silk kerchiefs at 'Hunsaker's.
removed from hi« eves, which was threat- j on the bridge which is bcitig repaired by Lave more comfortable quarters. Wc
Whiteside ami Wood
It is expected labor under great disadvantages in this , I.a»t Saturdav the infant daughter ot Mr.
ening the sight ol Ills peej»ers.
precinct for want of a suitable place to and Mr». Marsh Wagner, of i^ala. spritigs,
A party of jolly blooming damsel» had a that it wilt be finished this week-
hold elections, want of proper tables,etc., got hold of a Lettl^, i^mtgining laudnuiu ■
picnw of their own at the < 'arter creek soda
G. S. Walton won the office of Justice but the worst inconvenience is the want ’ ’ and swallowed
swallow ed v5rf
pU'rf of if. W. H. Mowgt of
springs Saturday. J. K. Lcabo, the old of the peace at the drawing at Jacksoti-
co. was there at the time.
tbe PostalTel.' Co.
stand-by on sudi ix casions.was bodr-guard. ' ville over his op|»onent C. W. Skeel, 1 of a larger ballot box and the necessary I and had a pocket apparatus w ith him w hich '
keeping off the bears, buggaboos and flies. they having received the same number
he attached to the Ashland—Linkville tele
was published in 1872 and consequently graph line, ami sent word to Ashland. The ;
John E. Harmon ami bride, firnierly Miss of votes at the election.
we are eighteen years behind the times. instructions of Dr. Parson about what to do
Nellie Beheld, who have l»een spending
A. AV. Cormack was down from ll.e
were telegraphed back and the family and
several days atx>ut Ashland, stopping at
Mr. J. A. Jonas closed his three months '
The Oregon hotel, departed homeward for ■ Jacob & Conpack hull this week after school last Friday, the 6th inst., at this friends for several days kept the little one
Yreka Monday, to commence house«keep- supplies. They are turning out a su place, giving very general satisfaction, from falling into a sleep that knows no
■ wakening. The little .girl is now getting
' •» | •'
perior lot of fine lumber now which they
and one would think that the directors i along nicely.
Mrs. A. Noltner.aml her two little child
had the most implicit confidence in his
ren are stopping at the soda springs this 1
It is rumored the opposition lias capi ability ¡is a teacher by the number of I Have you seen those large liqcii m'vyls,
week. Mrs. Noltner is the wife of Tony tulated and the Masons of this ¡»lace w ill times they visited his school during the *2.00 perdoz. at Hunsakers?
Noltner, the democratic war horse of Port
i Linkville Sfeir: Jackson county stock
land. and is herself a journalist and pol i be granted a charter by tho grand lodge. term, for by looking over bis report I see | nqm appear to know pretty well where
' at Portland and a flourishing lodge of ¡ill. The county superintendent has also the tine grass is plenty. They are run
J. F. Halloran, of the daily and weekly that order will be instituted here soon. been very derilcct iq tiiu discharge of his ning stock up this mountain to fatten on '
Asturian, was in Ashland this week on a
, oflici:ii duty. Perhaps he was sick! Ac our green government ranee, and we may
visit. Halloran <s one of the brightest j This is as it should be-
. quietly fold our arms and |ct 'em. come.
«liters in the state. Attorney Burtenshaw
Anderson & Woodford have sUd out cording to bis report the whole number We don’t own any guxeruineiit ground.
showed him the sights of this citv. which their dray business to' a ’newcomer by of pu|»ils eurolled is 48—24 boys and 24
We are not uo badly affiicte»!. however,
i the name of Perry- They h&ye the con girls; average attendance, 32. Quite a as liifc ¡M_opk' of Grant county, across
J. A’. Q’Bticn, the AVe»tern I nion opera tract of hauling several thousand cordB of |
tor who ha« been in the Ashland office «lur wood for Sisson, Crocker A Co- to the the last day of the school, among them whotg: borders from June until August
ing the vacation of Geo. Eubank«, left for railroad track at Siskiyou- They com Prof. A. 1.. llasclton and wife,Mrs. F. B. pour millions of sheep from l inatilla,
Portland Friday en route for San Francisco. menced this week on their contract-
Inlow anti hor niece, Miss Sarah Rags Morrow and Gilliam, devouring the laud
Jgrk like« Ashland, its climate, it« scenery,
dale of Sams valley. Miss Brown of this ! like swarms of locusts
of Neil creek, was place, and many others.
Au Uegant stock of gents’ sux]»eiHlers at
Hunsaker's, l'riies way down.
JolinW. Bower» Irft Tuesday for a visit in town undergoing an examination at
With his family at Woodland. Cal. They ; the hands oi Doctors Geary and AA ait. I .
Vance & Walbridge have oi»eiicd a
a ill return to Ashland with him to spend S. medical pension examiners, this week, seat last Saturday afternoon, and from
».art of tbe summer. Win. Smith. The ('¡»pt. Hummer was one among the ntanv what he coubl learn we are to have two ' branch store at Ager, Cal., where the
Oregutt hotel runner also went to Woodland thousand gallant Democrats who te- very conspicuous, if not imiiortaut com daily stage line strikes the railroad.
to visit his peop.e.
aponded to their country’s call and ex- panies pass through our little village on Some of the Linkville merchants (who
were instrumental in having the Ash
Edw A. Swo[»e the Portland printer p.-»sed their breasts to tbe deadly missels their way to Salt creek I Salt creek emp
came out Saturday and after taking a trio« <4 the brave solliera of the south. The ties into Butte creek a few miles above land—Linkville route changed to Ager,
to AA’agner’» springs ¡Warted Tuesday with oj ( j veterau lias a gooil ease and there is this place). As 1 understand the pro because there was no stores there to do
a bni kboatd. Mr. A oilmans driver, for a
doubt but that he will gel bis well- gram the first company will be couqiosed a jobbing business) w ill lie compelled to
of all the candidates that were on the have the junction changed to some other
poiut, say Klamath City. Nickell is not
vears buck pay. Tins will give the 4 ¡q>- union-l.il.or ticket. They are to march in the senate, though, and another (Are-,
Mr. and Mrs. \A . G. I “rker letc Momlav
a Ilea[ competency and allow him to in double file, heaikxl by Hen. Enoch
Walker and Mrs. Josephine Crocker, gon legislative approprigtiou cm a Cali
with their banners tlving ami singing fornia wagon ropd d<m'i gU this* tiinc. i
E. Wilkinson, wife of the signal service
941 C an\eroji.
•’The better days are coming bv and by,” We cau
manager. They may continue their trip to
etc., while the citizens along tlmir rpqte
A Kailnmd Collision.
ALilk-shukes, ice cream, oranges, lemons, 1
Shreveport, lai., to visit Sergt. G. H. AAill-
are to cln—r ‘.hem. by li.oii prcMjn'ce' and and all kind» of popular «»nfectioiier) ul!
«on and family liefore returning.
While switching a carload of lu:nl»er wt.riU id cumknahete and the aamrance The Soda Fountain.
Miss Nellie Russell of the R k < oki > force from a spur at Wright’s mill, t !'■.!( (. Mf (hat ci» tot y will yet perch on their ban
Dr. Gladwin of San Francisco, fori
left Saturday for Linkville over' the Aslilaml_____
the _ -e;ir got
tooat» ’ __
>s MaUj ami
’| » < olver- ( thran^h Staton at the rate ui •(•* miles an ner's. The second coinpauv is to be row-
ouu wu|< i-tne c ju
T|jey gp 00 Oirirwitli the filmin' mJ. D. |1Cur until it reach«) AIcAlond station,
and ami nint.
wIien. it ,
1 into the olllcc-seekers of all political creeds and a day morning and evening. All cordial
host ot liangers-un that have been using ly invited to attend the service.
will remain alout two month». The
K kco R p otlicc wishes them a pleasant vaca caboose of the soutli-boumi freight, driv the public teat for a long time. They are
ing the caboose into a carload of Itortwo. to walk in single file, with |»oor Ed.
The trial of Maj. ijuincy A. Brooks ft»r !
The freight contained three carloads of
Col. Eda. Hill uml J. Noonan Phillip» horses, ami tbe men in charge w « t <- ly Charles N. iu the luad chanting the dole 1 embezzlement at the Port Tow usetid cus
have returned from Jeunx creek where they
ful dirge "The eleitivn is past ami the tom Itouse has been |»oeit]>oiied to June
have bten estimating the timber land ot ing down in the «'.ilioos?. The conductor campaign is ended, uml we are left, boo 26. lie will never be found guilty. Too
that section whe-h they are Ixmdmg.
boo. boo boo." etc. And the tiiasses of “slick” a rascal.
men to get out. which they did just in
Three huge train kixLs »»f cattle went time, or thoir carcasses woubl have been the voters are to hiss them, and tantalize
Wilson A Wal»w<»rti'_ w JI rej^j-ve Uy t»r-l»
north again momlav. Tbe train men from
them fur putting up such men on the of next Wvck a hplge' in’Wik-e of novelty
here went clear through to Portland with grouud into pulp in short order. Five oi tickets.
irv-yxy f«r t Ut»ir 5 and !•> cent counters.
them without a stop.
The testimony 3 lieing taken to-day in .
they were killed. No on«- hurt.
law office bv County Judge
I Itl.V Puni» . .luiiu 9. tstai.
A. T. Kyle was surprised thi» week by
Neil tn tbe contest of AV. II. Sbepperd and j
receiving through the mail an appointment
Tv be ha¡ p) .s to buy yov.r kid g|O¡ ts .3
told lunches have lieen iutn»lutvd at tile Nathan Conklin over land on Emigrant
a» a Deputv 1’nited States marshal for Ore- Uun-akcr
►. He h_- g
Su<lu !"• hiui»ui t^nd t i « or .t-'l at al! 'Wk. W. H. Parker E»| represent» 1
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Robert A. Miller
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»R. S. Bean
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33 315 10 100 41 48
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• Nathan Fierce .
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A Fine Display
Of New Goods
AT 0. H. BLOUNT'S.
12 Mens «lark suits at.
light colote«! suits
21MJ boys’ suits lielow cost.
109 pair mens' cotton pants, al . * 1 00
itti pair mens' cottoli pants, at.
*2 00 up
Mens' woolen pants. .
M< •ns' tailor tmule overalls
Mens' overshirts. all prices..
Mens' fine white shirts.
36 pair mens' fine shoes, per ¡»air, *1 50
. 2 50
21 pair metis' fine shoes.
* .j no
line brown suits
line orange suits
grav casstuiere suits..
summer cutaw ay suits
light plat«! suits
Imtternv Scotch suits.
24 pair mens' line shoes, |»er t»air. ♦ 3 tM)
Kangaroos and French calf.
I Mena’ straw huts, from . . ... . 25 c ( h up
felt hats, from 5018 to
2 pair for 25cts
seamless sox.. .
50i t" up
gloves, new stock. ..
Call and inspect the largest stock of mens’goods in Southern Oregon
B LO U NT.
The leading Clothier and Hatter.
ASHLAND. ORE fi»