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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1890)
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Tba Men erv wen*« th/- census enumer
ator to count the political editor of the
Oregonian twice—once for proteclion ami
once for free traile.
A Yreka hotel man a« I vert i*«-« “Youb
find the drummer» there.” That aaigh
do to draw in Yreka, l«t over here it
would cause ’a »ta npede to the other
Voltaire, in a newer: ng * request to «it
for a statue, wrote: “I am no longer th«
[gtearsaor of what might he call«! * f***-
1 look like a baked apple on the top of *
Tbe humoriat.Geo. W. Perk,of “Peck’»
Bad Bov” lame, ha» been nominated bt
the democrat* at Wisconsin for governor,
bat the republican* of that state will find
nothing funny in auch candidacy-
Tim hop lonae it ia Mid h** appear» I
ia Lan* coontv. A »pray of »trong cau*-
tic water will kill them, or a «troug *olu-
tioa of *oap-*od* and tobacco water.
Potaab or cauatic water, though, i* the
The recent ceuana »how* quite a heal
thy increaae in the population of the
Booth in th* l*»t ten year*. Fourteen
Bouthern Mate* ahow an increaae of 4,-
000,000. Texaa lea«ia with an increaw
of 600.000, and Miaaoari come* next with
In I. D. Driver’» lecture on “Social
Purity” at Han Franciaco, he remarked:
“If yon want to make a great man begin
with the body. If you build a fine »hip
you must have a good hull. If a man
want» to be reapected and eateetned be
muat look to hia action» and keep men
tally and morally clean.” In conclusion
th* speaker said: “The devil buys souls
with gold and lust, but there is not
enough gobi or lust to buy a soul for the
devil withoat the owner’s consent.”
Parties who have been searching for
the wreck of th« Brother Johnathan MFP
certain that they have located the rest
ing place of the obi ship; but the wreck
lies in deep water, and with the divin.’
apparatus in use on this coast it will be
impossible to raise her. A diver went
down, and after some search, found, por
tions of the old ship. Moot of the hull is
gone to decay or is buried in the drifts oi
sand. It is therefore probable that all is
now known that will ever be known oi
tbecld ill-fated steamer that cost So many
their lines on that Sunday in July of
1865, until the time comes a hen the sea
shall give up its dead. It is supposed
that a large amount of treasure went
down with the ship which, if true, will
forever be eliminated from the wealth oi
the world —C. C. News.
Congressman Wilson of Washington,
who recently made a personal assault on
old man Beckwith in the houae, ia a
peevish, offensive, insulting and bellig
erent citizen, always rradv to fight. The
Washington correspondent of the Chica
go Herald has this: A few weeks ago
Wilson became angry at Congressman
Hermann, of Oregon, because that gen
tleman, a* a member of the committee
on rivers and harbors, had failed io put
into the bill as large an appropriation as
Wilson wanted for the Columbia river
Hermann is about twice the size of Wil
eon, but when the pair met in the corri
dor Wilson shook his fist under Her
mann’s nose and backed him into a
corner and applied to him a largo num
ber of epithets. Hermann tried to get
away, but the pugnacious little gentle
man from Washington pinned hie victim
to the wall and vented his spleen to his
heart’s content, greatly to the amuse
ment of a large crowd of onlookers.
Duncan B. Harrison,author of the play
that John L. Sullivan, the ex bruiser, is
starring in, ia not entirely unknown in
Ashland. One Sunday afternoon about
a year ago, when the depot platform was
filled with town people to see the train,
Harriaon, who w.<* to j>lav in Portland
the night following waa exercising hint
self with twootlier uientliere of the troupe
and a pet dog they had on a long thin
chain. Harrison whs recovering iron: a
broken leg. They were encouraging the
dog to run up and snap at the boss at
the depot. One of the kids didn’t like it
and as the dog rushed up mildly kicked
him off. Harrison, who is a powerful
man, made two leaf« at the boy and
slapped him. Everybody conaidererl it
a brutal outrage anil Col. Board t h qni k-
ly diagnosed the feelin s of the crowd
anil whistle« I for the police, uj>on whose
arrival he made a verbal complaint
against the theatrical John Doe for as-
auult and hottunr. Harrison's two com
panions were delicately urging him to
keep hia tongue and get into the car. Au
exritiag scene ensued, the main feature»«
of which were a crying kid, a show ex
pecting to be pulled, a policeman trying
to make peace, with humble Christian
methois, a i-olonel ehajuentlv demand
ing an eye for an eye and the powerful
actor with a broken leg but an immense
amount of moral courage vilelv abusinz
the complaining witness and endeavor
ing by every means to provoke him into
a breach of the peace, and treating the
officer with silent contempt. The train
commenced moving and he got on utb’r-
ing a String of abuse. Few men in the
land are j>oMieiM»ed with the nerve to have
aucceasfullv stood off this crowd under
the circumstances. It was a plain <-. s-
of assault from a le al stand p-’int ami
morally he should have been punislie-l
bv all means. No one in the < row-1
knew what or who he was.
Mrs. J. G. Shock got a fall a few davs
«go, bruising her limb aud ai-le very
Peter Simon, who has been on a trip
to Germany, is expected home to-«Iay,
A. J. Florev ha* 'our men at work on ■.
os new tmibiin.'. and it w>U be quite an
aidition to our town.
Mr. Mosier ia sick, so that he had to
nave a ear A al operation performed by
Dr. Geai y of Medford.
The posUiffice inspector was over look-
nz after the interest of the postoifice «le-
.«artment one «lay last week.
Emanuel Clark, son os the l«te Mrs
fohn Felling has lieen in from Burns,
Harney countv, looking after his moth
er’s «-state and visiting relatives.
Mis* Nada Inlow has gone to Ashlan«]
to attend the state normal s< bool, as she
:s determined to succeci in making ber-
**|f a firat-cLas teacher. We wish her
Miss Ella Brown,our new tem-her from
Riweburg, commenced school Gat M >n-
iav and her traveling <x>m|>anion, Mias
FrancesBailev, has secured the » bool in
John Obenchsin’a neighlxjrhood on Big
Butte (a new district, 1 have forgotten
We are pained to be under the neces
sity of chronicling the tieath of Frank,
son of David and Mollie Kincade, who
leparted this life Sept. 8, ISA). Deceas
ed was born in Mono county, Cal., Jail.
i>, liW), being Id years, 7 months and 13
Since my last this neighborhood came
very near having a d«-stru-tive fire.
About midnight a burning sawdust pile
at H. C. Lewis’ sawmill branched out
and ignited a pile of stove woo«l near the
nt-off saw ami from thence to the main
building. A young man named Bern
ifiscovered it almost reaching to the root,
zsve the alarm ami raised the mill hands
and the family in a big hurry by breaking
in the door of Mr. Lewis’ bedroom. The
excitement came cear a- arinz Miss Millie
Howlelt, who was there visiting, out of
D ick .
Eagle Point, Sept. 8, 1890.
J. B. Hollner »pent Sunday at C-olestein.
C. C. Ragsdale uf Tolu was in town Tues
The county jail is empty, tbe first time in
a lung whi.e.
.Mr». L. E. Payne of A«bland ha« lieen
visiting at the county seat.
Dr. J. W. Kobin-on and family bare re
turned from Crescent Citv.
Mrs. R. 11 Moore will leave Friday even
ing for Eugene, to join her busband.
Miss Mamie Judge wa« visiting the friends
of her native city the nrst of the week.
Claiborn Neil and Johnnie Murphy, of
Ashland, were in tuwn Buiurday oi la»t
County commissioner'« court was in ses
sion last wee« and iian ac.ed considerable
Judge White, of Oregon City, was visit
ing old nme trieniis in Jacksunvi.ie uuriog
Jas. Elliott has returned from a three
month s »tuy at < Tencent city, lie ia much
improved in health.
H. A. Pre«t< n. who has been in the em-
ha« Nickell fur some lime past.
to Taco ua.
Hon. H. K. Hanna and wife will leave in
a few days for Crescent City, where they
will »peiid some time.
Evan Reame«, K Kubli, Jr., and George
l.inn will have .»aturday lor Eugene to re
sume their studies in the university.
The Jacksonville school will re-ume stud
ies Monday Sept. 15th. with C. 8. Price a-
principal and Ous and Hatae Newbury a-
Luther Long wa« sentenced to one year
in the penitentiary by Jud»,e Webnier Mon
day .and was ta»en to Salem the »ame even
ing by bheria Birdsey.
B. B. Beekman. E«q., came out Sunday
from Portland iu rusticate and w ll proli-
ably view the entrancing iwenery ab u the
ocean at bmi.h river before returning.
Miss Agnes .«ulliian of St. Louis who
ha« been visiting her uncle J. D. Buckiey
for the last two mouth«, staried home on
Wednesday. Her coUstn, Miss Ro«ie Buck
lev, accompanies her.
The contract for keeping the eounty Ims-
ital the euming year wa« le. by the enmi
ty court l<> Emil De Koboam tor >4.50 p> i
week .or eac.i inma.e.
Marr’a.e licen-es issued: Sept 4. to J
K. Beaver ami Elizaneui i ri-w»on; »epi. 6.
,o i laitiorne Neil and Amanda Haymond;
Sept. 8, to Joun Wiley aud Ro.-a simp
The jury in the ca«e of the State vs Cha»
Knighton disagreed, and wa< discharg
ed hi Judge Webster alter being > ut ai
night an<l pan of next day
I bey .«t«<xi
-even lor a qui ;ai and iiv. (or conviction.
Ti.e everlasting an t eternal sitting of th
circuit conri wil actoa ly <ea«e lor awhile,
aud tbe tax-paye can brea he a long sign
->t relet. Juugc Biro,<d an Eastern Oregon
di-trict, is in 8- u hern California after
bealtfi, lieing a sick bird. Ju lge Webste.
will adj urn court bet e this week to pre-
-ide for him in Gilliam county.
« i«ed tro.» v<-u u . r-p .- au .u
cure. So.d by T. K. Bol.on.
Settle I p
fw Sale er Eirkaage f«r Fans >*r»>ert).
All lho«e having unsettled accounts with
the undersigned, will plea«e eat I im mediate
I will sell on long time or exchange for
ly ami settle the same, ei;her bv cash or
I .rm, my residence in .ishlaiui with a
J. M. McCALL.
Jan. 15. 1890.
fronta.-e of 161) feet on Main st., and 150
HANY A LÛ
For Cough». ColJs
aud lau«; utfecriouí, •b<-«
|< if |»le<i îu ‘
J. D. HOLDEN. Sto,-.
THE ORO IREDICL1E C3BPA*Y,
Box 27, PORTLAJiU,
Central Point, Jackson County
FAr Female Trror- ’ar
i_. -L kc era
fail. t»n cess.
>y p minmit in Te*
io relic*-© r .ppr csed
Save Time. Health,
auu moLe, ;Uke uo oth
Sent tn anv nddre « r ,
secure by ! a l 04 re-
could be j rc-veu el b. «
I : ] ’ ! » fi j
------- WILL BE HELD AT——
on Alida rive. The grounds are nicely
lain out with choice fruit and shrubbery,
..rti'n ial atone walk, good stable anil out
buildings. This cottage was LraiIt in the
Fall of 1484 of the choicest material and
by first-class workmen, Newson Bros.,
S. F. architects. Will sell or exchange
any part of 1 to 4 acres all in choice fruit
and adjoining said ¡csi<Ience. This ia
the most modern in style aud best «-on- '
Mructed cottage in Southern Oregon, I
choice location and can l«e had at a bar i
gain. Inquire of E. E. Miner, owner, or j
W. N. Luckey, Real Estate dgt. Ashland
absr’s Golden Fonjals Pills.
taitones ia the Slate |
•at «I the
kl* 11 •»-. - I..U» I
■aya with neuralgia.
Beginning Monday, Sept. 22d, 1890. and Con
tinuing Six Days.
OFFERED IN PREMIUMS AND PURSES.
The Fruit Growers Annual Exhibit will take place on
Monday, Sept. 22d. Everybody invited. / All
" the gates will
be open and free on Monday, the first day of the fair. . Every
facility offered to those wishing to camp on the grounds.
FOR'BOOTH AND OTHER PRIVILEGES APPLY TO
THE SECRETARY AT JACKSONVILLE.
PUMPS, FARMING MACHINERY,
AMMUNITION. ETC.. ETC
Oregon Land Company,
----- WITH ITS------
HOME OFFICE AT SALEM, OREGON
I n thi : S tate I nslhance B uildinu .
ROBERT A. MILLER, Secretary
For sale by all druggists.
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
Ils» City and Xobarbau Property.
SEND : FOR : PAMPHLET. : MAP : AND : TRICE : LISTS.
J. H. Russell
United State» Land O...ce, Roseburg Or. J
---- FOR SALE IN
j uue 3,1890. )
VYOTICE IS HEKEBZUIV r N THAI
A.N iu c lupiiance w I.h the provision» ul
| uig act oi Uuugiesa ul j uue 3, l»7o, «.milieu
, ".iu act lur die .-«ue ui umuer .ami» ui llie
riia.e» ut Laliiurma, Uiegu.i, Nevaua, aud
'Da niugiun lerntury, »• ’'Geurge A. uiuuu,
rot Asu.and, cuuuly ut Jucasuu, state ui
Ureguii, uu.« tuis uay uieu in turn uuice bi»
swum »ia.«.m.em tur .lie nuroua-e o. the »
W M ui sea Nu. c, in tp Nu. -*u, » i. Nu -i
will uuer prom tu su-.w tua. tbe
Inquire at the R ecord office.
land »uuom is mure va.uabie tur mt umuer
ur stuue ihan lur ugnem.ural purpu»es,
and iu estauu.m his ciaim tu »aid laud ue-
Notice to Bridge Builders.
lure tbe «.egisiA-r aud ivecetwr ui dlls uiuce
at Ku.euurg, vreguu, un rnday, the 28di
EALED PROl’OSAL8 will be received
Uay ut NuvetUuer, 1 b 90.
at the office of the Counry Clerx at
tie name» a.» witeesses: Thumaa E.
Jacksonville, Jackson county. Oregon, un
blarney ui Klamath Luy, bukiym cuuuly,
til 12 o’cloi k noon, Friday, Sep.emiM.r I2th,
Lai., Rdwaru Laiupueu ui Alania.u Lltj,
1890, at which lime bids will, tie opened for
aisxiyuu cuuuiy, t a.., cxlward .i. liildreiu
building it bridge across Emigrant creek at
ul «tarnauu, jauksuu cuUuvy. Ur., rruiia
a poiut near .■«hepherd’s re iden<-e, accord
McCracken u. B hue x Ulin, jaeksuu cuuuiy,
ing to plans and «pecihcations now on tile
Ha« Heard of the BARGAINS at the C. Ur.
in the i lerk's office. Bid« will lie received | O D. Emporium, where they keep Notion.«,
Any and all persons claiming adversely
------ ? Hannuoeks, Whip- and Bargain llie u>>uve desciiued lauds a. e >eque».ed iu
«eparitelv, 1-t, for building stone abut- ti
iiient.«: 2d. for building tbe woo I work i.f C. unt. r Goods of All Kinds
ule Uieir Claims iu >m» umce ui« ur beiuie
-a.nl bridge. Bills will aiso lie received and
said 2o h uay uf No.eiuuer. 1890.
considered which are accompanied by plans WILSON A WALS WORTH.
J ohn u . O u C. e , Register.
and speciucations made by the bidder. The
Count.' Court reserve« the light to reject
TIMBER LAND NOTICE
any and a l bids.
United States Land Uftice. Roseburg, Or..i
June 3, lo9Q. f
B. F. Reeser s -
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
UT1CE is hereby given turn lu couiptl-
Xv auee with the provisions ol the act u>
United States Land Office, Roseburg, Or.,!
congres» ot J uue 3, 187o, enutleu ’•Au act
June 3 1890. ( I
lui tue sale ol limber lauds m the states u>
N otice is hereby given that
Uuhtorula, Oregon. AeVuUa, ami Washing
in eoinplia ice with the provisions ot ;
Is the place to buy
tun lerntury, ' Thuiuas E. Blarney, ul
h. act of Congress of June 3. 187\ emit ed
Ki,.iu«.ii City, coumy o. ciszijuu, ata e ui
"in act fot tli«.«ale of timber auds in the!
Laiiiurma, has lui» uaj uled tn tuis office
.»la e« oi Caliiorui«, Oregon, Nevada, and .
ins swuiu s.a emem lur the purchase of the
Washington Territory,” Edward A. Hild-!
o B % ot sec No. 30, in >p Nu. 39, o K No. 4
reth. of A«h and, county of Jackson, »late
E, and will uit<.r pruoi tu suow tiiai me
of Oregon, has tiii» day tiled in this office |
laud suugui is muie valuable lor its muter
hi« sworn siatemeni for llie ¡-uri-lia-e of the .
or « uue «hau lur agncUiluia. pur>iuse-. and
N W 14 of sec No. 30, in tp No. 39, 8 R No. |
lu estsbiteh his clauu tu .«aiu .a.id tenure »he
I E. and will o crpr .of to show that the i
Register and Receiver u. this oune a. Rose
land soughi is mor« valuable for it« timla r
burg, vregun, vn Frtuay llie 2bth day ul
•r stone than tor agri.ultural purposes,
nd to establish hi* c aim to sard rami lie-
lie name- as witnesses: Eduard Camp
ore ihe Register and Receiver of thi- offi.-e
bell, ui Aiuma.h City, oiskR u euunty,
at Roseburg. Or., on I-rid ay, the 28th day
Lai., oeuige A Biuud and Eduard t.
<iav oi Novenilier. 1890.
iiudre.ii, ui Asa.aud. Jacksun c-oumy, Or.,
tie name- a« wicnes.se«: Thomas E.
Fraiia McCracken, ui Anne I'oiu., Ur.
.Stanley, oi Klam.ith City,8iskiy< u countv,
Any and ail persons cla.iumg auver-e:y
Cal., George A. Blood, of Ash and. Jackson
the auove-desci iutd lauds are requested lu
county. Or.. Edward Campia II, of Klamath Which will be done in a workmanlike ute uieir claims uu ur oe.vre said L8.u d«y
<'ily, biakiyou county. Cal.. William Nelson,
ui Nu.emuer, 1890.
manner and at price« that
of Ashland, Jackson county. Or.
Juan 11. B uufe , Register.
Any and ah jiersons claiming adversely
rhe above-described lands are requeued to
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
ale their claim» in this office on <>r before
Spited States Laud Office, Roseburg, Or.,I
•aid 28th day of November, 1800.
J ohn H. 8> i V pe . Register.
Full stock always on hand and made C*
June 3. 1.-190. j
XTOT1CE 18 HEREBY UlVr..\ Til Al
Man and Melon tn Collision.
L n m compliance with the provisions ui
A prominent lawyer in thia city had •
Lc act u< «o igress ui J une 3, l87o, eniilieu
‘| ah act tui luc sale ut timber lanus in ih<
client the other day who related a story ZM^Noi e but the best material u ed.
stales ul Caiiluruia, Uiegou. Nevada, aim
which shows that th* watermelon may
In REESER’S BLOCK,
Wasiiiugton Terriuny,” Frans McCracken,
accomplish great damage when used m a
of Whim luin,, coumy ul aavksun, s'.am ui
weapon under certain circuuiAtauces.
Oregon, has this day med in an.« office nis
■ovum -la.emem lur tbe purchase oi the N
The lawyer’s client is a conductor on a
W *4 ut N W
to k oi N W J4 and N W
Central railroad freight train. A few
X ot B \V J4 ul sec Nu. 24, in ip 39, S K Nu.
days ago. m the train was going up the
4 E, and will o..er prom tu show that die
road at a speed of twenty miles an hour,
land sought is mure valuable lor its dmuer
ur sroue .ban tur agricultural purposes, and
East Side of Main Street, A shland .
the conductor waa standing in the top of
io establish his ciaim t b*iu land tenure
his caboose looking ahead out of the
tne Kegt-ier and Receiver ui this ou ce ai
window, with hia head resting on his |
Roaenurg, Uieg« ii, on 1 nday tn« 28.U day
ui November, 1890.
arm. The train rushed by a small station
He names as witnesses: Al. Hopkins,
(Successor to 8. Stacy,)
where a lot of watermelons were being
ol ¡shake, Jucason cuun.y, Or., Wiliiain
loaded into some cars.
Nelson and George A. Biuud, oi Ashland.
As the freight train passed one of the
Jacssun coumy, Or., Edward Campbell, oi
Kiamam Lny, oiskiyou county, Cal.
hands engaged in loading, in a spirit of
Any and ad person» ciaituing adversely
fun, pitched one of the melons at the All Kinds of Fresh Meats
the above-described lands are iequested iu
conductor's head in the window in the ca-
Kept «-onstantly on hand. Fair living ute their claim» in tuis u.uce uii ur tenure
booee. His aiui was well taken, and the prices is all that we ask .
»aid 2sih >iay ui Noieuiuer, 1890.
Ju.«a ri. S.iUrt:. Register
consequences were disastrous. The melon
Branch Offices at Portland,
lias for sale a large list of Gr'ii>h Stoc/,- and Fruit Farntn.
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
— THIS M.4X-
atn ready io take < rders for any kind of
gun«4Rtli wotk, repairing sewing machines,
t.iinr sawt>, sharpening knives and scissors
Office . n F t nt stre.et. in building wit!
J- hn B. Wrisley, the .eal e-ta.e agent. 2-4
CEM. BMTEIU ilUFTIttU MiSTttiEB
The Greatest Medicine in the
Ti e mo-t aggravated di.«ea«es (even lep
rosy) and case« pronounced incurable, yield
to I:« magic i> u h. It is a new reve’.ati-.n
to mankind: a bright oasis in a hopeless
-le«ert expanse, and threatens to revolution
ize medical practice.
All orders will be promptly fillet! by send
at Prices that Defy Competition.
GRAINING and PAPER
We call special attention to C. JI. HENDERSON & CO.’» (Chicago) Red
(TW Leave orders at S mite A D odge ’ s School House Shoes, and CHURCH, BROWN & CO.'S (Boston) >3 00 calf B J
Shoes, the best made. Every pair guaranteed.
J. M. McCALL.
------- Patronize the--------
J. L. DOWNING,
Connects with Every Train,
RAIN or SHINE
And carries the U. S. Mails and
Wells Fargo's express
John E. Pelton
Has opened rooms with a full line of Funeral Supplies in Wilson &. Walaworth'a
store on Main street. Bodies embalmed and satisfaction guaranteed. Furnish
new hearse and ghe pers-nal attention to funerals. Orders solicited for scroll
wood-shaping, screen doors and windows and general repairs. Organs cleaned
paired. Prices reasonable.
« V A K A X T E E D.
United States Lund Uiiice, Roseburg Or,.I JOHN DYER, I E WORM AN, Medford
Driver i Livery »tables. Prop.
June 3, 1890. f
N otice is hereby wtvrN tuai
in cump.iance wuli ibe provisions u. i
u«e act oi Congress ui June 3,18"8, endued
"An act lor the sale oi umber land« in ti.e
Mates oi L'auiurnta, Oregon, Nevada, and
Washington Territory.' At. Hupktns, tn
Shake, count,, ot Jacv* n, state m Oregon,
Las this day uled in this oitice his sworn
statement tor the pu.chase oi the 8 % oi N
W J4 and E oi a W % of sec No. 0, in tp
40, b.R No. 4 E, and wilt o..er prooi to snow
Successor to 1IOSLEY & PELTON,
that the .and sou0ut is uiure m.ua.jie lor
its timber or »«one tnan «or agrw.UuU.a.
— Wholesale and Retail Dealer in -
fmrp.se», and to esiabHsti his oaiui to saiu
and beio.e the Register and Receiver ui
mis t.thce at ituseourg. ur., on rnday,
me 28th day oi November. 1 90.
lie names as witnesses: William A.
Nelson u. Atffi.and, Jackson county. Or.,
1-rauK McCrackenoi \v nite Bonn, Jack»oii
Cured Meats Constantly on Hand.
county. Or., 1 botua« E ¡Stanley oi Klamath
City, oisKiyou county, Cai., Edward A.
Terms. Cash. Pass-book accounts pay
Hildreth oi Ashland, .>acK-on cuun.y, Or. able Monthly.
Any and ail persons claiming adversely
the auove described lands are requested to
toe «heir c amis ia this office ou or be.ore
sa d -’8 h day oi November. 1890.
Jous it, buurk. Register.
PICTURES of YOURSELF
BE 2EEÆID AT
Finished in Style Equal to
AWARDED FIRST PRIZES AT SOUTHERN OREGON STATE FAIR.
United States Land Office, Rose’ urg. Or.l
J une 3,1890. f School
VOTIC .IS 11ERERY GIVEN 1HAT
Tv in compliance with the provisions oi
Clocks, Watches, and
die act of C'ungre-s of June 3, la.‘8, entitled
"An Act fur the «ai- ot timber land.» tn the
Stute.« of California, Oregon. Nevada, and
Washingt n let'ri.oiy,’ Umiuiu Nelson,
of A «bland, county o; Jucksun, state o. Or
Main Street Corner, Ashland. Or.
egon, ha- this day med iu Uu« office ili»
.«worn statemeli ìor ine purchase ut die N
% of N E %, .he b E % oi N E
and N E
Prescriptions carefully put up by com
y, oi N W >4 msec Nu. 24, in tp No. 39, 8 K petent hands
Au. 4 £>, and wi.l o»er prom tu »liuw dial
tm laud ».ugui is mure valuable for its
aiuoer ui .«lune diati lor ag.icuttural pur
puses, -nd io establish his claim tu »aid i
.and ue.uie die Register and Receiver o. I
GREGORY & HICKS
imi» uluce at Ruseuurg, Oregon, on Fri
day tiietfadiday ui November, l»90.
lie name» a witnesses: Frank Mc-
L'racaeu. oi Wuite cotut, Jack «un cuumy,
Ui., «il. ‘i- pam«, ot ehake, Jack on coun
ty , or., oeoige A. Blood, oi A. hlaad, Jacs-
suti county, Ur., Edward Cauipue.l, ui i
KlulualU cuv, biskiyou county. Cal.
Any aim ad persons claiming adversely
toe auuve-descrioea land» are teque-led
hie their cudiu» in this uiiice on or bet- re ■ Passenger Coacli to Every Train.
said 28di day oi November, 1599.
I*. Freight moved about town at rate
Jous u. bhupe , Register.
LO ER THAN ANY ONE ELSE,
Mrs. M. E. Tyler.
Full Assortment always on hand, direct frem the East, and
Special Attention given to
TIMBER LAND NOTICE
d-gent, Ashland, Or.
Must la? paid ( cm ia advance, by money
order, postal order or <-a«n. I'/L-’e, $3 50
per gallon jug, delivered at tbe”A'«hiwu^
Orders from abroad prom-'
tilled. Kept at the Post-otiice. in
House, Sign, Carriage, and
R. P. NEIL,
An itmu irimis m.<n c«n make a goo
A FreliiftiwrAC u. «t*
lining for t.i« iamil wl-ile bis • r< ti r-i t
Wb'le blasting stono from the Mar»
ci'Uiing into hearing b. tai-ing ve-«t;«t>le
and va iou crop -for the t anuerv. Let u din:, lam quarry near Fort Dodge there
kn -w nh.n am unt v< u have toinve t a i< was discovered July 13 the print* of a
we will advise a- to 1 ea.ton.
Kcal Flaiat«* Transfer»«.
bend tor map«, primpbli t- an I price list ' gigantic foot on a shelf of rock, which
Jasti Rirtisev, sheriff. to I-rael Hansen
had b^en covered with earth and vegeta-
to THKOliEGoX L.iND t OMPANY
undivided 2-3 of lots ti tnd 7. sec 4. ami the
Bon. but which was displaced by the
8 E ti and lot 1, «ec 5. tp 37 S, R 2 W, 71
explosion. The foot is apparently that
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
of a human being, though provided with
N and W H Barr to H I’ Luni-den lot 3
block 1. Barr's add to Medford; >515.
j nails of great length and curved slightly
C Magruder,trustee, to D L Newton—lot« United State- Land Office, Roseburg. <>r.« at the end, as can be seen by the deeper
5,6. 7, 8, block Bl. Centra P..int; >275.
June 3.1 »90 i indentations at the ends of the marks.
Magruder Bros, to E R Owtn-deed of N otice is hereby given tha
The prints are seven in number, vary
in compliance with the provi-ion-
Jn<> Celling to E Clark lots 5 and B.nlock uf the ac» ot Congress of June 3, ing considerably in distinctness, each
3, Fryer's add to Eagle Point; >1
1878. entitled " An act for the «ale
E B ami C L Hun«aker to M I. Alfor>l— oi timber lands in the State- <>f Califor measuring a fraction loss than two feet
all of lots 2. 3. 35. 26. 27, 33. 31. Hunsaker’.« nia. Oregon Nevada and Washington in length and broad in proportion. Tha
add to Ashland: >2200.
Territory." Edward Canip'>ell of Klaniu , toe* are shorter than is usual in the hu
E S Smith to J E emith—undivided half City . coumy ot Niskiyou. -ta e of t 'alirorni . man foot and spread much wider apart,
of quartz mining claim. Steamlioat milling hi».hi-dm tiled in this office hi« sworii
but the heel is narrow and rounding.
I statement toi th- p rcb >«e of th- 8 W
district. Jackson countv; >1. 00
The prints all point in the same direc
M A Nichols to ti W Heckatborn—S E -e> No. ;>i. in tp No. St, .-xut h Kung- N
25, tp 15
35 si, R 1 W. inn acre-; >1.
East, and w ill o. er proo: tu >ik>a riia th« tion and are from four to four and a
I blu II), L 11 and • O - C - Appi
- lepne—S E land > ugbr i« m re va u >l>le tor it« .un' < half feet apart, the most clearly defined
M Of »ec
38 8. ---------
R 1 E , ; It» _ ac
or »tone than for agricuiiural purpo e>. s i nking about two inches into the rock.
_ ■ • —
K w« < o
* S U U of and to esta ili~h hi» claiiu t<> -aid land tie- There is tn addition to the foot marks
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-- » WV N W» E . M*^(
. a ‘ n n
_ tn 40 tore the Reci-ter amt Receiver of this offic«
E >* of sic ».
at K- »eburg, Oregon, on Fr.day, the 28 h indication of scute heavy object having
8. R Ï
dav of November, lsflO.
been dragged over the rocks after the
J H Wris'ev to U Buhlmever—land in tp
lieuntue»as witnesses: George A. Blood, creature wliose tracks are there. Thia
37 8. R 2 W. 90 acre« : >2500.
•nd Edward A Hildreth, of A«iiiatid, Jack-
Elmira and Ed Pining to E Clark—lots 5 son county. Or. Th<-nias E. Stanley, o. 1 object was probably a club, to judge
and 6. block 3. in Fryer’« add to Eagle Klamath City, riiskiyi.u county.Cal.. Fran» from the marks it made.
McCracken, of WMte Point, Jackson coun
The iedge of rock on which this valua
Isaac Wi liam« to Ja.» Gain.« and John B ty. Oregon.
record of a prehistoric age is to be
Williams— 8 E >4 of N W L and 8 W ‘i of
Am and all pcr-ons claiming adver-elv
NEW and K Vj of 8 W Vj »nd 8 E Vi of sec the alrove <le«cnl>ed lands .ire requested to seen was detached with the greatest
13. and W 5» <>f N E
of N W *-« trie their claim.« in this office on or before care, but an unfortunate fall brolfe the
and 8 E t« of N W X ami lot 1. amt N E W «aui 2>ih day of Noyemher, ISftO.
piece right across the footprint mo6t
of 8 W U and E H of 8 E ‘ and NW' ,,f
J ohn H. S hvfk , Register.
clearly defined. The breakage will be
8 E q of sec 24. and 8 U of N E 1, ami N E
repaired as skillfully as possible with
V» of N E of «ec 25. all in tn 36 8. K 1 W ;
Men’s and b> ys’ clothing, boots, shoes, cement and the rock forwarded to the
lot 1, tp 37; al«o 10 acre« benginning at
»tc., etc.. ■ f late«t style«, finest qnalitv and
north line of .«aid donation claim : >10,500.
Museum of Geology and Paleontology ax
R Chsvner to Mary Ann, Michael and M at prices that defy competition, at McCall’s'
Dubuque, Mr. Mardingltain, who ow:u
J Chavner—«lower right to all intere-t in
the estate of Tha« Chavner deed ; >3.00.
Stanley and also Mrs. Frank Leslie the quarry, presenting it to that institiv
EM Miller to Sarah M Mi-kr—laud
will lev lure in Burt laud this winter.
And will be sold at our well known
WM. A. GROWE
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
-A-EE ZE DAILY ARRIVING
The very best beerot Anaheim, wine and
Hennessy brandy, which will be sold by
the quart or gallon.
Our table« a'e supplied with the latest pa
pers. Come and see us and we will treat
you as well as wc know how.
Fine Billiard Table,
Marble. All Orders in Stone Work
Promptly Filled. Marble orks on
H. C. MYER,
The very best of WINES, BRANDIES,
BEER and CIGARS, kept con
stantly on hand.
hie face open and almost broke hia arm.
Fresh pork on hand every day.
The joker's melon almost finished the
conductor. The speed at which tlio train
Ft uh Laud» :n the Will m.-ttc A'allc.,. waa running was responsible for the un
The Oregon Land Company of Salem, usual force of the blow.—Savannah News.
Oregon, is offering some choice bargains
Nature's Nocturnal Songster».
in fruit lands. This land is situated from
Every rakish insect, bird and reptile
3's to-> miles trom the State Capitol,with
its excellent shipping facilities. Cannery, that lias a turn for nocturnal lnusio
etc., and is especially adapted to fruit makes itself heard to some purposs dur
ing hot August nights. Like so many
Five acre tracts from >55.00 to >75.00 Indians at the stake, they sing their tri
per acre all cultivated and ready to set to umphant death songs, some tunefully,
Ten-acre tracts partially cultivated fot eomo harshly, but all earnestly. The
woods and fields after dark are almost
>50.(10 per acre
Twenty acres light timber land with M noisy as the town. But the sounds of
the pastoral night are pleasanter to the
good spring branch, $3->.00 )>er acre.
that startle the sober citi
i wenty-tive acri-s, fiiteen acres in cul ear than
tivation, spring branch running on th« zen from his bluihteira. The unseen min- ASHLAND.
place, for >3 >.0>i per acre.
itrels produce their music *n maqy ways,
Fortv antes of choice land all cultivat and pitch it in unaccordant keys, and yet
ed, small house.some young fruit airemij their blended song soothes the senses
s« t out, >70.()<) j>er acre.
Forty acre.« of land all calrivatad, i. like a lullaby. But some time in Novem
ber Jack Frost finally closes the season,
wheat this year, for >t>5.00.
Forty-three acres iweniy-tivr acre« • uhi and in the meantime there is a few “off
vsled. line spring b.aneh. p ace all fence night3," of which due intimation will be
in for >to 00 ¡er acre.
Fruit rrti-er« pretii fr- m >100 00 l<->1'4> (» Kby the thermometer.—New York
I wish to announce t«> the public that 1
p< r ae re a ter the tree* are 4 years ««id
I. W. BURRISS, Proprietor.
This favorite le.-ort is gaining in popu
larity every day.
We will make it to your interest to
struck the conductor squarely on the face de. 1 with us, so give the new meat mar
HAXI> A FI LI.
and arm. knocking out three teeth, cut ket u trial
A shland M arble
R. R. ADDITION ¡
Price, $18 00 at Factory,
Cash with Order.
Strictly First-Class. Warranted.
All Second Growth Hickory.
Steel Axles and Tires.
Low Bent seat Arms.
Long. F-w Riding. Oil Tempered Spring
Best W heel» and Best Ail Over.
IF YOU CAN'T FIND THEM FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHAMT«. WRITE pg.
Harness & Saddle
R. F. HIGH, Proprietor.
is hereby given to
the people of Ashland and Nurround-
Fire wood of all kinds delivered any- All work ordered will be made to give entire
MninOlJntr? that I a! am the Old stand on
Main street, opposite the old Hag staff
where ■i town at lowest prices.
SATISFACTION- where any , ne wishine work done tn my
Sold all bv druggists.
*'**>’* ’»“1 n»e readv to serve
Repairing neatly and promptly done,
u.» ^nd u,en “«X o meand men may
go. but I am a btayer forever.
and at Irow Rates.
■ Shaving, 25c; hair cutting, 25c; shampoo
ing, 25c; sea foam, 25c.
For Sale or Trade.
Corner Main and Granite Sireete.
ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OR.
A job printing’ office und newspaper PICTURES COPIED AND ENLARGED
p’ant in Medford. Oregon, for «ale at a huw
i Scholarship, one year.......
price »nd on easy term», if applied for at
Bromides made in all sizes. Cap and Commercial Course............
’ F B. TICKNOR.
H«diord. Or. I
I r tuning ttoitooi. pu year
UtaLAtUES* H a IB Cl-TTISU A SrKltALTY.
WO HORSES, one 0 years and one 5
old, and set of harness ami !un>-
T l>er years wagon,
which I will «e l cheap for cash
or tntje for town pr- p<-rty.
Fir :grther pardeuar« inquire of
Y u A YOD£° UADY, to du general
h> u-ework. Address or call at
Otfcce for inform«t.ÿvp