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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1892)
Something to Talk About
Another Richmond in the Field
The Sunday law question has received
J. W. Hamakar of Linkville and Ash
a new start for discussion in Ashland by land is a «•andidate for district attornev
F. Roper returned to day.
tbe following petition, signe«l by two on the republics» ticket. The other can
ASHLAND, O a , .T bcrsdat , >eb. 4, 1892 buodre«! people—90 men and 111 women—
W. E. Hopping of Shasta county.
didate mentioned is A. 8. 8. Hammond of
nearly all memltera of the various differ Ashland and Medford. R. G. Smith's- i is dead.
D. L. Beever has moved from Sisson to
ent churches of this city, presented to name from Grants Pass .-eases to be
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL..
the city council at its meeting Monday mentioned now, and Mr. Han-akar will Brownsville, Cal.
undoubtedly be the nominee. It seen s S. Childers has purchased the fence
Roadmaster Lawton was in tbe city yes evening.
Whereas, the laws of the state of Ore-1 to be a foregone conclusion that W. H. works of Frank Galloway at Medford.
Steel A Son are erecting a new planing
Abram Bisb and wife were at Jackson gon on Sabbath Olwervance, a copy of Parker of Jacksonville will be nominated
mill on the site of the one burned down at
which ia herewith submitted, are openly by the Democratic convention,
violated by the saloons and some other
County Recorder W. M. Holmes ia ill business houses in this city. Therefore
Sermon subjects at the Congregational
witb la grippe.
The services at the foot of Heiman street c.iurcb Feb. 7: “Seeing Jesus," “How to
we, the undersigns«! petitioners over 21
H. W. Price of Albany is in tbe county years of age ami residents of this city,
Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard.
fuli of interest to all who attended. A
on legal i>n«iness.
believing that this violation ot law is in and
Hon. W. S. Crowell lectures tomorrow
discription of the car Evangel was given in
A son was bom to tbe wife of Minion
the R ecord last week. “Sunday-school” (Friday) evening at Ganiard’s opera house
Caro at Roseburg recently.
| terests of our homes, herebv respect Wheeler and bis devoted wife are tn charge ou the Chinese.
Kcal Estate Transfers.
Fred Hhnltz returned ye*ter<lav from a fully petition your honorable body to of the car. At 4 p. m. Mrs. Wheeler held
E. D. Briggs, successor to Hammond A
R Beswick to S F Morine—137 44 acres in
enact an ordinance providing for the en children’s meeting at which the car was Briggs, has sold his abstract business to Monday 's meeting !
trip as far nortb as Portland
crowded to overflowing with eager, interest Mrs. D. E. Hyde.
Communication from Ashland Hose secs 20. 21 and 28 tp 36 s r 2 w,q c d; $5300.
H. F. Page was on last evenings train forcement of these laws in our city.
ed children. The service was opened by
P Dunn and wife to J P and E J Gilmore
No. 2 was referred back to company
borne from a trip to California.
singing and pra> er.after which Mrs. Wheei-
Salem Statesman: 7”
2^_ _______ r for correction.
—10 acres in sec 16, tp 39 s r 1 e; $2.
C. E. Keeran of Willows, Cal., came up
J P Gilmore to I’ Dunn—same property,
The matter of making some regula same
store, shop, grocery, ball-alley, billiard- al young ladies expressed a desire to lie they can support a husband.
last evening on a business trip.
room, or tippling house, for purpose of Christians
The lodge of E Claiupsus Vitus organized
Jos Downing to Lorena E Downing—7.99
Hamuel H. Clary was among tbe visitors labor or traffic, or any place of amuse
At 7 o'clock the car was thronged and
in tbe city this week from Henley.
had to turn away for want of room. at Henley are to give a grand ball, parade was referred to a committee of three— t acres, sec 8, tp 37 s r 2 w: $300,
ment, on tbe first day of the week, com many
Jas S Rogers, assignee to Wm Preston—
After singing and prayer, Mr. Wheeler and clamper’s dance on Feb. 22d.
J. B. Me iee and niece were stopping at monly called Sunday or the Lord’s day, preached
Pelton, Crowson and Dodge—to investi lots 15. 16, 17. also lot 1, Hunsaker's add to
an earnest sermon and then came
the Asblar.«i bouse yesterday and to-day.
upon conviction thereof, shall lie pun the after meeting at which ten professed tion. has gone to Alaska to put in a saw gate and report at adjourned meeting.
W. D. Jacobs of tbe A«bland Roller Mills ished by a fine not less than five nor conversion. God Wess Bro. E. G. Wheeler mill and cut the cedar of that country into
Monthly reports of Marshal Smith, Re-
Allison Allen to Rachel Allen—q c d to
Gao. W. B lack .
was at Medford this week on a business more than fifty dollars; provided, that and his wife.
; corder Berry, Supt. Water Works Stearns, undivided one-fifth interest of 160 acres of
the above provision shall not apply to
in sec 26, tp 34 s r 1 e; $1. Subject to
E. Sanderson Smith is trying to get Port St. Commissioner Nelson, filed and ac- dower.
Rev. Geo. Robert Cairns the famous
County Hcbool 8upt. C. 8. Price bss been the keepers of drugstores, doctor shops, Scotch evangelist and singer will begin land capital interested in Ins Gold Hill C^Pteu.
W 11 Allen to Rachel Allen—q c d to
very ill st his home st Jacksonville witb la undertakers, liverv stable keepers, bar services in the Baptist church on Sabbath mining enterprise. He has the Freden-
’ Ira ~
C. Docge, who had been appointed same
bers, butchers anti bakers ; and all cir-1 Feb. 7th. at 11 o clock. The public cordial- burg ledge bonded.
Allen to Rachel Allen—same; $1.
Miss Josie Nunan came up from Jackson cumstances of necessity and mercy may ’ 1 ly invited to be present.
AUegretto.the trotting stallion who made ter works for 1892, filed his bond for
ville Sunday on a visit witb relatives and be pleaded in defense, which shall be
Levi Allen to Rachel Allen—same; $1.
such a hne exhibition at the Central Point $1000 with B. F. Myer and Wm. J.
A Celebrated Case Settled.
treated as questions of fact for the jury to
fair races is to stand the coming season Schmidt as sureties. Approved.
A H Maegley to Geo Beltz—2 acres and
36 rods tp 37 s, r 2 w; $100.
The case of Abram Bish va. G. F. Bill in Yreka and Scott valley.
Ernest Everton, the well-known train determine, when the offense is trie«l by
ings, wherein the jury awarded Bish a
man who was married recently was in town jury.
Ashland Woolen Mills, a corporation to
The Beekman-Hamlin case will be
E|ectric Light Co..
..$94 00 Jas Thornton and W H Atkinson—lots 7,
The councilmen cbatte«] on the sub judgment for the full amount, $600, in at the adjourned term of court soon tried
„ Stearns, salary
al'er J , R
8,12, a portion of lots 9 and 10 blk 17; $1.
C. H. Roady of Central Point went to ject for some time, and on a motion terests and costs, amounting to near Beekman arrives from ^ eastern trip. Geo W Smith^al and md>e
. 51 60
to L A Simons—15 acres in
j J »p
Klamath City Tuesday to look at the lay of which had only one vote against it, re- $1000, was settled this week by Billings The amount is very heavy ($13,000.)
. 20 00 tp E 37 F s, MAalkcr
r 2 w; $1500.
ferred the matter to the city attorney to paying off the judgment minus $100.
l’rof. B. L. Arnold of the agricultural Milton Berry, recorder’s fees
. _ 26 «0
Jacob Grob to John Schumpf—lots 3 and !
David Alien went to bbasta county Mon draw up an ordinance to that effect to be Billings first made a motion for the judge co.lege, died at Corvallis Monday. He has Masonic lodge, for six months'rent 30
4 blk 52, Jacksonville; $150.
day soliciting for the Psrmalee library at presented to the council. This ende«l to set aside the verdict of the jury and been a resident of that place twenty years ! A T Kyle, two months’ rent
U 8 patent to John May—ISO acres sec 26,
the matter for the time being, but it will grant a new trial. This was overruled and the community surfers a great loss in 1 Wm Nelson, labor on streets..
j R.M Garrett, same .
tp 40 s r 4 e.
H. G. Vogelsang, the railroad engineer,
C G McRae, same..................
U S Patent to H S Evans—160 acres sec
So the matter stood for sev-1 T
. . . shop
j . he car repairing
at Junction has y\’nl mi] aanlf
was on Tuesday's train on a trip up north when a spirited discussion may be ex was made.
l?,. 'Zilni •»..
Tin«.,,) Ilnw. l.n..
26, tp 39 s r 4 e.
Geo Abbott, same...................
U S patent to John Schumpf—160 acres
parties interested will have a represent would appeal to the supreme court and of the car repairing force in Ashland will Jas Norris, lumber................
Rev. Father Boever was in Ashland Sun
sec 10, tp 40 s r 2 w.
be transferred to Roseburg and L. E. Moe Hicks A McBride, hauling .
day but did not celebrate mass on account ative before the council to give them a i beat the traducers of his character; that will take his place here.
E F Walker to J H Faris—lots 3 and 4,
R K Sutton, livery.
talk against the adoption of such a meas it was vindication that he was after.
of being unwell.
blk 54 Medford; $1U).
The farm implement and hardware firms G C Eddings..............................
ure, while on the other band it is said But the real facts were that Billings was
Dr. Songer was called to Woodville yes- Sister Hatch, aide«! by her gifted lieu
of Staver A Walker and Mitchell. Lewis A Hasty A Gregory.
Caroline Cardwell to A L Reuter—lot 2 I
terday to see Mrs. Wilcox, who is suffering tenant, Rev. Robt. Hatfield, will comb after a compromise the whole way Co have consolidated under the firm name D L Minkler
blk 3, Cardwell’s add to Jacksonville; $140 I
from pelvic abscess.
of the Mitchell. Lewis A Staver Co. with a C C Walker
Volna Webster to Thos J O’Harra—162
tbe saloon iniquity and demand that the finally made is really no compromise,
feet off of the south end of lots 9 and 10 blk 1
Hon. J. K. Weatherford of Albany was council get between God’s armv and the and in reality a full settlement without capital stock of $350,000.
8, Park add to Medford; $100.
on yesterday’s train for Han Francisco on a «ievil’s forces in this fight against their even the faith of appealing to the su
The boys of Ashland Hose Co. No. 1 held
ten days' business trip.
1. vely meeting last evening, the occasion
N A Jacobs to A C Hopkins— 280 acres in
irrepressible and formitiable enemy, the preme court and taking the chances of a being
the presenting of German silver badg
secs 14 and 26, tp 40 s r 4 e; $1250.
Capt. and Mrs. H. J. Teal returned Old Nick. It is hard telling which one legal technicalities foiling Bish’s effort
Mr. Mitchell’s bill pensioning soldiers
II 8 Evans to A C Hopkins—n w % of sec
borne last evening from a stay of some of the horns of the dillema the council to recover the money of which he had es, with the name of the company engraved
thereon, to all the members.
who served in the Indian wars, reads as 26, tp 39 s r 4 e, 160 acres; $1000.
weeks at Oakland, Cal.
will take. The R bcord ’ h wouts have been robbed. The $100 which Bish has
?« Eugene physician gives a practical test follows:
H. C. Skinner left to day for San Fran taken a run among the different armies thrown off was merely the extra ex
<>. K. T —Hou«»st Results — O. K. T.
*' That _________
the same ,________
pensions _ and
cis«» where he has a position as bar tender foraging for news and has discovered pense to him that, an appeal would cost, in regar«l to the purity of water. Place it
Many of the pioneers of Oregon and
in a glass and shake violently, and if there granted to the Mexican veterans bv
at the Occidental hotel.
that there are several horns in the dil- even should he win in the supreme court, ; is impure animal matter contained it will v’-*—
Washington have cheerfully testified to
Mrs. Potter and daughter, who have been lema. One seems to be a toot at Gab-
The R ecord took a position on this betray the same by the smell.
wonderful curative properties of the
ress entitled ‘An act granting pensions tbe
spending several weeks in Ashland,returned riels horn and the other seems to be a case which has thus been fully and le-
celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Purely
home io Salem Tuesday.
vegetable and pleasant to the taste and can !
toot from the High A Taylor Alhambra gaily sustained. The idea that a rob lieen awarded the contract for transporting
bery planned, executed and carried out the U. 8. mails between Portland postottice ican war, and for other purposes,’ and be taken bv the youngest child or most
Miss Clara Mingus, who has lieen at horn.
approved January 29, 1887, be, and the delicate woman. O. K. T. is a never fail
tending 8t. Helen's ball, Portland, returned
The business men of Ashland all practi by *be ¡ut^Hect by a citizen of means,op- and ditlerent trains, steamboats, etc. He same are hereby, extended to the sur- ing remedy for pains in the back and loins,
home to Ashland Sunday.
cally observe Sunday as a day of rest—if ®ratlng underthe cloak of the church and gets $6400 a year tor the service.
vivora of all Indian wars who served non-retention ot urine, scalding or burning
not a day of worship. Their stores are the Sundav-school is right; while only
—The Improved Perfect Roaster and Baker—
FmetsK all the fine points of all otbrr Pans, and then steps far bejond t hem in its Material,
fonstrnrtion and Adjastabilitv. and the work it does. This is tb<-
rilVEBSAL TEMKT wherever it is used.
5 our R oasts and F owls will come from the oven rich, tender and juicy, and
with all their nutriment and flavor retained. Your B read and C akes will be
simply perfect. No article cooked in the R oaster and B aker can burn.
It is a self-baster, and requires no watching. It will do its work while voti
are busy about your household duties or at church.
T he L each R oasters and B akers are the most perfect, complete and satis
factory cooking utensils ever brought before the public. They have stood the
test of time and use. and ladies all over the United States unite in prouounciug
ELIZA J. STALEY. Local Agent,
To make room for Spring
Stock we offer Drygoods,
Counter Goods, &c., at
WILSON & WALSWORTH
Rev. Father Noel formerly of Jackson
( arson & Son’s Redland nursery have on thirty davs or more" in any fndian" war sensation while urinating, mucous dis
ville is in the Portland hospital for medical closed and only opened as an accommo robbery by a tramp or highwayman hand apple trees from four to six feet high, ! since
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charges and all kidney troubles of either
year - 1845.
dation. The saloons are the only pl 'laces . who holds you up and robs you three years old and of winter varieties.
treatment, being in poor health.
sex. $1 at all druggists.
keeping open ail day,
- xi and .u during
xx” ch .IUxuh like a man *8 wronK> has >n this i Their stock is adapted particularly to the
-Mayor J. W. Howard of Grants Pass, hours
icy are greatly thinned
thinne«l out — the 1 ca8e ^se
And m the i soil and climate of southern Oregon.
and Gen. T. G. Kearnes were here yester crowd
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preferring the element of fashion-1
L -e’ . l And “ the
day on K night Templar business.
fine singing and other Y'?facre8 *°’* ^ remark as .hey see some
ably dressed ladies, tine
Deputy Collector Sweeney came to Yreka
8. B. Whittle, who went over the Ash attractions furnished by the churches, dull, ignorant, poor boy slip through the during China New Year and surprised the
land-Linkville telegraph line last wesk re
Just what motives have governed the grand-jury with “a true bill” attache«! to heathens bv seizing $100 woith of smuggled
orthodox prohis, in presenting this petiti- J1. ,n a® be 18 railroaded to the peniten- opium while their celebration was in full
turned Sunday from Keno via Ager.
1 blast. It made a great ki-yi among the
Wm. Singleton and a crew of Western on to the same city administration that tiary for stealing an old suit of clothes or | pig tails.
Union construction men were on Tuesday's they so strenuously attempted to defeat a few dollars: This is a great lesson to
John E. l’elton and R. P. Neil have con-
train from Sacramento valley to Portland. just two months ago is quite niisunder- the other boys. This is at least a sim-
standable. This too, when they did not ilar lesson to the rich rogues that tins solidatetl their butchering business inter
Miss Sadie Nelson, who bss been visiting eanytbi!‘K of die kin«i of
high grade robbery and swindling some- ests under one management and are ready
her folks and friends in Ashland the past ceding council since the epoch of the bank ti,np« h«R « limit
| to supply the retail and the wholesale
several weeks,returned to Albany Tuesday. crowd’s dictation in the city politics of Ash-
e nM a
market al the old stand of Pelton’s south
i of the bridge.
Democratic Co. Com. Meeting.
Tbe Thompson Bros, are conducting a land. The bank ring made its advent in
Ashland politics with the Mills-Walters-
lively revival in religion at Talent, some Colton
A H. Carson’s views on peachgrowmg in
combination in November. 1887.
The rnembera of the Democratic County
forty odd |>eople confessing version up to The solid prohi element voted with them, „f',\tra !>'»m’mHee are requested to meet southern Oregon appear on first page of
me suuu prom eieiuem voveu wun lueni, • .
issue of the R ecord .
, at ‘h*Iofflw’ W: H
will find it an able paper from which to
Mrs. Ralph went to Roseburg Tuesday the revolution in the public sentiment of ’ “I"'1"? ™ 8at?5dacv’ the( Oth dai
one u Clock P. M. stock themselves up with ideas on this im
to visit ber brother, Hon. D. 8. K. Buick, this city toward the. bank’s..dictatorship, | |iuaiY,i(wi, at
who leaves soon for Sonneberg. Germany, which took place in the election of 1889.' |
purpose of calling primary conven: portant subject.
precincts « in the said
to act as U. 8. consul.
when the people began seeing how the com- tions ’ for the ' several
8. M. Leonard has received his judge
county and fixing the time for county con ment
of $3750 from the S. P. awarded him
John F. Kelly, the 6. P. D. L. Co’s rust munity was being robbed by these new ventions.
tbe jury in the Lake Labish accident.
ling general agent returned last evening dictators, hurled off from tbe city govern
A full attendance of the committee is re- ! by
Leonard was the express messenger and
from a business tour in tbe Orange belt
M. PURDIN, Chairman.
the supreme court affirmed the decision of
of California taking orders for boxes.
The Only House in the City making
the lower court.
The bank gang in 1890 made a quiet deal
Honesty is the Best Policy.
Miss Cora Starke of Draini, has been visit with tbe saloon element through High A
This is a patent medicine advertisement, i
ing the family of Marshal Smith of Ash Taylor. They attempted to “suck in" this
R ecord ’ s advertising columns that
land. and Mrs. 0. O. Damon of Medford, prohi crowd, but their arrangements were j but your attention one moment may save th
they are paying the highest market price
much suffering as well as money.
being en route home from California.
bad and the prohis put in a ticket of their
for wheat and barley. The fanners will
We cure that cough.
Prof. Geo. W. McDonald, the horse train own rather tban mix in with the plebians
find Messrs. Jacobs A Virgin liberal, fair
We cure that tickling.
er and veterinary has returned to Yreka of Ashland in 1891 they fought again for
and square dealers.
We cure that hacking.
from a course of studies on the latest dis the bank dictatorship. But then this is
We cure that throat clearing.
The subject of the morning sermon at the
eases of horses at the Toronto, Canada, col their natural position. A preacher can ' We cure Croup.
e carry the most complete and choicest stock in Ashland
smell a rich man—with his paid-in-advance ! We cure Bronchitis.
“The Priceless Satisfaction.” The evening
pew rent, holiday offerings and hot, steam
We cure that La Grippe Cough.
A. 8. Hammond, an attorney of Ashland ing yellow-legged chicken dinners—clean
and will positively not be undersold. All prompt
Will be given to the Christian Endeavor So
moved to Medford this wees. He will across the Rogue river valley, and miss ' We help you to sing and speak.
ciety. A very interesting program is being
move out of the county entirely if the everything else in sight.
ly settled accounts and cash custom dis
prepared. All will be welcome.
Miracles Performed in Aehland.
We are a pleasant Cough Syrup.
lightning doesn't strike his pardner before
But during the bank ring's palmy days, j We are put up in 50 and 75 cent bottles.
It cures the la grippe. King’s Royal , We must go away from home to get the
although the priestcraft helped keep them
i Oernetuer at the Winchester Pharmacy.
We are the 8. B. Cough Cure.
: startling news. Thomas Morgan, the
R. F. High has sold bis barbershop to there, there was not a stitch of anti-saloon
LL PERSONS residing within tbe cor
lister High, and expects to move soon or anti-hell k legislation,
Five tramps robbed the section house at
and the prohi.«!
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porate limits of the city of Ashland
Eagle Point Items.
1 Union creek of what clothing, jewelery and preacher has been telling the good peo
witb his family to Sacramento. Lester has didn't even com
______ — to ___________
are hereby notified to clean' up all filth,
! money they could get their hands on. It ple of Medford what a grand work he had rubbish or decayed matter of any kind j
had the shop completely overhauled and ring council by making a demand for any E ditor V alley R ecord :—
I was committed about five o’clock in the
such legislation. Tbe tail end of the ring
Miss May Grigsby is off on a visit to afternoon on Thursday. They were cap- accomplished in Ashland, the city of around their respective residences or place I
churches and also of many, many sin of business and have the same deposited in j
W. A. Wright, of Henley, was in town iang to drop out of tbe city council was W. her sister.
ture«l at Tunnel 8 on Saturday and taken to ners. But of the many wonderful things the city dump.
tat Thursday, on his way to Humbug I. Colton and the end of his term he re
WE DEFY ALL COMPETITION.
By order of the sanitarv committee.
farmers are beginning to plow af-
creek, where he intends carrying on placer marked that the city owed some respect to
j the Rev. Thomas Morgan did in Ash-
mining during the coming spring and sum nev draw up a Sunday law,but thatended it. ter tr>e long wet spell.
say, at “100 ______
land tbe _ greatest
was a ___
miracle. An old
mer — i reka Journal.
Doses One Dollar." Hood’s Sarsaparilla is man, who had been sick for over twenty
the fact is that what is known as the
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. M. Lewis always
a fair equivalent for the price.
D^We respectfully solicit your trade, deliver goods
years with sin, and a bad case of hemor
The Talent public school closed a five prohis in Ashland were a willing tool of the jan. 29 1892, a 10-lb bov.
months' term Friday with a bawl. The ring. And while they were in power anil rob-
The din of Chinese music and the noise rhage of the lungs for the same time, was
young ones were so much attached to the bing the city of from$20,000 to$30.000 the ring
Mias Gladys Fryer has gone to Cali- of the fire-crackei brings us the annual re so bad oft’ that be had to be propped up
promptly and will treat everyone white
Try the only
teachers (I. B. Raymond and Miss Cheney) did not t propose antagonizing the saloon in- fornia to live with her sister, Mrs. J. K. minder of the fact that China New Year is in bed with pillows.
He was a chronic
that they cried at the idea of departing.
terests, i, because they knew that to antag- Green.
at hand and that the Flowery Kingdom is invalid. Mr. Morgan cured him of his
GUM-ELASTIC ROOFING FELT costs first-class grocery in the city.
Geo. Anderson was up from Medford onize such shrewd saloon men as High A ' Mrs. Ashpole returned from Portland as much agog as if an amateur dramatic 8in8 anj the hemorrhage,
_ . Mr. Morgan only $2.00 per 100 square feet. Stakes a
company had broke loose in the eommuni :«
Tuesday in the interest of his soda manu
is very unselfish in his claims to the good roof for years,and anyone can putiton.
facturing business, accompanied by John merits of that “boodle" administration. last Tuesday, where she has been for ty with a new play.
Medford people about this miracle and Send stamp for sample and full particulars.
Newman of Drain, father ot Mrs. W. L. Thus the ring kept faith with both ele some time nursing her sister.
Crackers, oysters, fish. We replenish j says he did not do this miracle himself,
GUM ELASTIC ROOFING CO.,
Webster, Mrs. W. was dangerously ill this ments. And thus the reason the church-
Mrs. Marsters, who had been at Drain every few days. O. Winter.
N ew Y ork
prohia and the rum citadel of Ashland—the
but that he was merely the instrument 39 & 41 W est B roadway ,
Local Agents Wanteel.
Alhambra saloon—with the county sheriff’s for some weeks past returned last Mon
_ at ___
of God. The R ecokm reporter is always
Jas. Helms and wife returned home Mon office for this end of tbe county over its bar day and is now sick at her mother’s (Mrs. farm »rs’ institnte didn’t like the Hon. H. 011 the alert for startling items but this
day from San Francisco. Jim took in Ari —can and have clasped hands together Thomas) with la grippe.
B. Miller’s remarks and apologies about 18 the first ease of miracles we have heard
zona and says there is nothing in it for him with the public plunderers of Ashland for
John Ashpole has been confined to tbe the moss on their backs, delivered in his of in this city. We are inclined to be-
there. Al. Helms returned several days be the last several years.
At least there lieve that Morgan has been resurrected
fore to remain. George is still in San i If the prohi party of Ashland are so house for several days with la grippe. In spee« b liefore that body.
anxious to have this “open violation” they fact there are a number of cases in the was f. lot of them cussing Harry for his ^rom ?ne °f l*,e prophets—the Prophet
JOHN B. PELTON.
B. P. NEIL.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Abbey left this | seem to be so sure about stopped, all they neighborhood, but none seem to be seri flippant freshness, in the vicinity of Ananias.
morning to visit some of Mrs. Abbey's re have to do is to press the button by one of ous.
Medford last Friday.
The Linkville Star contains the fresh
lation at Santa Rosa. Peter Abbey leaves their number lodging a complaint—for in
We have two of the greatest liargains in J news that “another newspaper is to be
Mr. Mitchell left yesterday (Sunday)
this evening for Newport, where he will stance in the saloon where the deputy
commence opening his celebrated summer sheriffs office is—and thus have the state morning in answer to" a summons to at I Prize Baking Powder ever offered in Ash ; started in Jackson county soon.” Haven’t
■ heard of it. However, there is room for
—Retail and Wholesale dealers in—
resort for the coming season.
law, the constitutionality of which has been tend the sick bed of his wife, who has land. D. L. Minkler & Son.
. many more. Nearly every man in Jack-
Mrs. K. E. Dixon, wife of the railroad ; tested by our supreme court, enforced. been in California some months for med
Gold Hill, Feb. 1.—Mr. Signorilla, known ' son countv has a difference of opinion or
telegrapher at Siskiyou who went out on | This is better and safer and less expensive ical treatment.
through California. Idaho and Neveda as I opinions, and as long as this kindofvacum
the railroad telegrapher's strike left Tues then the new method.
“Lucky Bari” has struck a ledge on the
out there will be a demand for more
By arranging our Purchases to meet the demand
day for Red Rock, Montana, where Mr. i The people’s party of Ashland, however,
Our town has a new sign—The City divid«« between Sardine Creek and Evans holds
long felt wants.
It is . no job "starting” a
Dixon is employed by the Union Pacific. I would lie greatly benefitted, politically, by Drug Store—on the building that used to
*?ids fair to excel the Gold paper, but to make it win, taxes to the ut-
of our sales we are constantly receiving New Lux
This provides all the late strikers witb po- , the engrafting of hostile legislation against be used for a saloon that froze out, Jos. Hill ledge in its palmiest days. He has | nlost the persistent energy, work and’ ‘gall ’
-z 3 manager
_ - idea
i . xi that
_ AH Kin*; Of fresh Meats
the saloon interest,
fitty six Thai
on | [ ....
of r ¡t
Wilson having moved his drugstore from j annlr
uries in the Grocery line and are thus enabled to
... has anything to do with the sue- '
As it has been heretofore they have been 1 f!
Janies B. Eddy of Pendleton was in tbe
~ entral Point
I understand that Dr. the leJge is three feet, The
city yesterday coming out for his family cumpeltod.to fight and clean out both el- Terrv o( Central point al(JO intends tQ rich,showing free gold in all of
* * ore.
cess of a county paper is a piece -• fi ..
place before our customers
Kept constantly’ on hand, Fair living
„„„ send your .d-
who have been visiting County Commiss enienta—this legislation will act as a lash le-
Are you Married ? zx-
ad- that will do to tell
prices is all that we ask
ioner Taylor's family at Eagle Point. over the saloon interests, which will thus move here.
Mr. Eddy was largely instrumental in up be compelled to leave its bands off the
Sam. A. Potter is making a neat fence P, O. Box 613, Clarksbnrg, W. Va.
We will make it to your interest to
setting John L. Ayer's program in the re city election.
Meals at all hours at Mrs. Gillette's, the
around his dwelling. Jos. Rader is plac-
Jay Beach was on Mon6ky.g train from only cafe in the city Ovster stew, 25 cents. deal with us.
publican club meeting at Portland.
[The R ecord s colums are always open I ing a poet and board fence in the place
Los Angeles where he hAs two Altamont
Rev. E. G. Wheeler was in the city Tues
We handle nothing but the best brands of every
of the old rail fence. Thus tbe old-tim mares
breeding to McKinney. At the San
day in charge of the Evangel car for which or policy about us. ]
ers are giving way to the march of civili Francisco
bay district track he has in train
he has mapped out three years of work in
thing and Guarantee our
zation. Mrs. Simon is also putting a ing a :hree-year-old filly which promises to
ths missionary field. The Baptists have
—In Ashland. Jan. 28, 1892, to
new board fence between her residence be a speedy animal in the pacing line. He WINTER
done well in the selecting of Mr. Wheeler
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Winter, a daughter.
E. J. Kaiser and W. H. læeds were at the and the Eagle hotel
T. L. Linkawiler visited Stanford’s stock farm and also Mr.
for that place. He is full of life, energy
—In Ashland, Feb. 2, 1892, to
and enthustaiu and makes a good im county seat on Friday.
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(Charley) is also making a new fence on Corbett s in Marin county. He saw Cap TUTTHILL
Mr. and Mrs. 8. J. Tutthill, a 12-lb. son.
pression wherever his car goes. Mr.
Henry Ankeny and family of Sterling- I
wheeler was one of the boys himself be ville were among the visitors here Monday. Brown is fencing the place he purchased
If you haven’t seen
the new $25.00
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We also have
on which we
fore he be«.aine converted, but his con
x hurry around
D ick . I prize,
The Dodge divorce suit has occupied the from Geo, Rice.
version didnt put a long sour face on him.
Eagle Point, Feb. 1,1892.
He is one ot the boys yet as far as suavity attention of the court several days this
S ower ~ H as
Mr. Summers who is looking up
No S econd C hance . .
Big Values in Teas, Coffees,
I Good aeniB —yt make the moat of the flrat J
titles of Jackson county property for
Brick Wells of Ashland precinct was in
Tbe Capt. Swift Troupe.
The county political pot still boils county court says that within the __
Pickles, Prize Baking Powder, Soap, Blueing, &c.
Mr. A. M. Palmers company of play- town several days on business connected down
tbe valley. The known misunder five v ?ars there has been more property
era come to the Opera House Monday with the Wells estate.
Riley Phillips, an old resident of this val standings of the democratic party, most 1 transfers in Ashland and its immediate
We will this season again handle
evening. Little need be said in praize of
this sterling organization as Mr. Palmer ley who was admitted to the hospital last all of whose leaders have a knife ready vicinity than in the balance of thecount.v
has long been note«i for the general ex
r hare made and kept Ferry’s Seed BusinessW
Mrs. W111. Colvig, who has lieen quite ill republicans more keen in seeking a nom land has furnished many land sales within
cellence of bis good companies. Mr.
the largest ia the world—Merit Tells.
Arthur Forrest tbe star is a tall, dark,
Ferry’s Seed Annual for 1892 1
han«lsenie man who looks the daring
tells »he whole Seed story—Sent free for the 1
desperado to perfection. A novel feat _ John Beavenue
--- , ope of tie p.oprieicrs __
ot dicpouliQu is feo stlong that you can’t ‘ startling.
asking. Don’t sow Seeds till you get it.
The “Geo. 8. Parker Fountain Pens”
ure of the production will be the wonder the Mcr.cgram^t Eugene came out the first • get a'democrat in the county to say
kD.M.FERRY & CO..Detroit,Mlch^
In Package and Bulk. They gave our Custom
he is after an office. The only way you which we now have in stock are 50 per cent,
ful toilettea of tlie ladies w hich were im | of the week to visit relatives and friends.
ports«! from Paris for the New York pro Teachers desiring to take tbe examina can find out Is by mentioning in a com cheaper than other pens and every one
the Best of Satisfaction last year and we are
Call and examine them at D.
duction. The «.•ompany came direct tion for state diplomas may do so at the su plimentary way some other democrat guaranteed.
confident they will again. Try them.
from there, having left but 4 weeks ago. perintendent* s office in Jacksonville on for the office you suspect he would like to
have. He will immediately tell you a
Grant Harris, a miner employed in
They have just finished a successful sea Saturslay Feb. 13th. 1892.
M c C onnell & winter ,
ASHLAND ROLLER FLOUR MILLS
IN COFFEES. TEAS AND SPICES
PELTON & NEIL, Prop's.
Beef, Pork and Mutton.
NEW GOODS, ALWAYS FRESH
As Loir as
a Rare Bargain.
Ganiard Opera House
son at San Francisco. A large house Janies Linn ami his sisters. Misses Cora thousand reasons why he shouldnt and Cameron & Ennis’s Galiee creek minee
will surely greet them. The play, and Mamie Linn left for Eugene Monday couldn’t be elected. There seems to be was rubbed of oyer $100 in the Com-
“Captain Swift,” produced by an ex evening to witness the marriage of their general disposition for every democrat to mercul hotel at Grants Pass Monday
ceptionally strong company, is one of brother Fletcher to a young ladv of that call for harmony, but it rerujpds oue of night. His clothes were rifled while he
the story 04 the newcomer who attended was asleep. A negro and a man named
i;reat strength, and is one that will be city.
the last democratic convention as a del
Magiifirint frudurtion »1 the treat
or years popular with the theatie-going
Married at Phoenix Jan. 3). 18ft*. bv Rev. egate. There were scores of candidates Hay w ere suspected and arrested, but
public. • The Story is easily followed yet Ira Wakefield, W. R. Coleman and Mrs.
lidiuio S^aare Theatre Sateen
Intensely interesting, and the scenes are Mattie A Klippel. In I.itlle Butte precinct telling him it was harmony they were value«; higher than the money by reason
of being presented to Mr. Harris by bis
arranged in t charming manner. Of tbe Jan. 22. 1892, by A. J. Johnson. J. P.,
revered mother at her deathbed, was
company playing the piece no more need Michael Wooley and Miss Mary J. Smith.
The new comer took out his afterward found by the landlady, Mrs.
be said than that each member is com Six of our girls lioarded Saturday’s train inated.
book and commenced jotting down Parker.
petent aud portrave the character he re j (at the bidding of an obliging friend) to note
presents in a lile-like ami acceptable , take a ride to the woodpile. As the train thing. Being a new comer many can • “In juymg a cough medicine for child
manner. As much cannot be said of men did not make tbe accustomed halt to didates nnbogsemed themselves 40 him. ren. ’ says H. A. Walker, a prominent drug
gist of Dgden, Utah, “never be afraid to
take on wood tbe young ladies were taker,
many combinations nowadays.
into Medford. There was not a <Nit kel>In 1 At the neon hour the delegate mopped buy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There
is no ranger from it and relief is always
King's Royal Gsrmetuer (K. K. G.) » a the crewu ana they were obliged' 10 tele
.eiaedv being introduced on the Coast from graph for the fare before they could re with a Thurman bandana and figuted sure to follow. I particulaly recconiend
that there were just 12 offices to be filled Chamlerlain’s because I found it to be safe
the East. It is a remedy base«! upon the
And a Superb Company I
modern germ theory of disease. It has | $2.40 and the girls came home rejoicing.
by getting in 93 men to harmonize the and r »liable. 50 cent bottles for sale bv
been thoroughly tested for seven years and
of high-class players.
job. His democratic heart gave way at J. C. Barrett A Co.
Geo. Dewey has gone to California.
is endorsed for diseases of Bl<xxi and
the thoughts of how many sharp butcher
Nerves by the best people of the E a *1 and
Prices 50 and 75 Cents.
Frank Morine is moving to hi> Tolo knives such a oonditian of ‘harmony” received over 300 samples of new fall and
South, such as ex-Gov. Hubbard of Texas,
■ would wfipt up for election day. Tbe re- winter goods of ditlerent kinds and if you
pen. James Longstreet. Rev. Sam P. Jones I
Sale of seats commenced to-day at Op
. ...:s ' iri.’ the minority party they want a neat fitting suit at a reasonable
Mr- *nd Si. - A 1 -». • r- iui .e«i .- u ■ I
ihe great Evangelist, Rev. F. S. Henson of
era House Grocery Store.
vau a tu.dly harmouize on anything.
i da} from L’vrtljud.
figure, call at hl, shop.
Ubu ago, aud thousands ot others,
L. May & Co.’s Celebrated Gar
IYIIIV1£I a ER
Physicians Prescriptions and
Family Recepta a Specialty.
Glee usa Trial; we have what
£^*Open Sundays from 0:30 a. m.
to 1 p. ni.
15,000 Lbs. Kettle Rendered Lard.
Smoked Sausage in Sacks.
FRESH SAUSAGE in 5 and 10 lb. Pails, seaed
with Lard on top.
For Sale bv
Corner, Ashland, Or.
TALENT, Jackson County, Oregon.
C. K. KLUM.