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POTTENGER-ROBINSON—April 2, 1892.
Democratic primaries Saturday.
Frank Brown is the boas mechanic.
at tbe re»i'ien<"e of G. L. Davis. Med
All tested a..
A. J. Daley is still receiving wheat and
tenger and Ella Robinsun.
i running bis gristmill all the time.
A. 1. KOO1 .
Mrs. Ix»u Chappell returned to her
Can furnish any quan
home in Marshfield, Coos county, on tbe wire fence this week.
tity cheaper than you
The Woman’s Relief Corps No. 24 will
Geo. Markle, general blacksmith. Spring
could lay it down for from
give a crazy social at the opera house
Mrs. Simon, hostess of tbe Pioneer
Saturday evening, April 23d, at which
hotel has been putting on some of the ness,
All kinds of the very
Salmon are plenty in Applegate river,
finishing touches on her fine house.
choicest trees. Warranted
also in Evans creek, and d Ashland creek i and a crazy quilt disposed of to the per
Senator Cogs*ell and County Judge
Our general health is excellent.
true to name and free
son guessing tbe number, or nearest the
J. W. Hamakar came it: from Linkvtlle W. A. Wilahire will go to the democratic ■Stanfield reports three cases, but none will soon be full.
from all pests. Cheaper
number of pieces composing the quilt.
Jacob Siferd who has been spaying hogs' Ten cents a guess. Come evervbody,and
state convention from Lake solid for serious; but Dr. Terry reports business
in the Rogue river and Butte creek section. |
Tbe Ole Olson troupe were on Saturday ’• Wilshire for circuit judge east of tbe ’ very fair in bis drugstore.
Our Catalogue, (English or German,) is complete and tells how to grow all kinds of vegetables, how to plant and trim
was here Tuesday.
mountains. This is fresh news, and the
A sgie L. E ngle ,
President. trees, etc., etc. Send for Catalogue and photograph of our Trial Grouuds and Test House
Mrs. James Parks, wife of one of our
N. F. Handy shipped a earload of hides—
Judge Deadly and wife ««re on Saturday * fir«t intimation that Lake county had a leading blacksmiths,has moved from Cen
man for the judgeship.
As this an- tral Point to join her husband here. They 24.000 lbs—from Ashland this week for the
Countr school Superintattdent C. 8. Price nouncement comet since Senator Cogs- are boarding at the Eagle Point hotel.
was ap Saturday.
well a brother, Fred, baa lost a chance of
G. A. Hubbell talks on the tariff question
When I announced in my last the from a democratic stand point in Ashland
action of the republicans in their primary next Saturday afternoon.
and that they had to go to the democratic
The prostration after the Grip is entirely |
e e » i
C. W. Palm, the Medford real estate
Republican Alate Nominations,
party for secretary, it raised as much of a overcome by Hood's Sarsaparilla. It really
dealer, era* here today.
Hermann nominated for congress by commotion as it would to throw a potato does make the weak strong,
e X 0
John Schaliock returned to Linkville acclamation. W. R. Ellis in eastern Or- into a June bugs nest; why, the dem-
J. J. Ross, a grist mill drummer, was
|Ocrata are vowing vengaoce and say that here
Monday from tbe Willamette.
this week and sold Farnham an order
H. B. Miller, John F. Caples, W. D. i they will retaliate, thev will have a for a full roller process machinery.
Oley Thornton returned Saturday from
i Hare, G. M. Irwin presidential electors. secretary from the republican party, in
the state university at Eugene
The grand jury found not a true bill in
Attorney-general—Lionel R. Webster, • fact, I heard one of the leading, and per the case of Kennedy of Siskiyou for fight
This food is just the thing for Colts and Horses when in training, and keeps Working
Henry Strange bu gone to Wilbur.
haps one of the moat influencial among ing with his family and he is home again.
Stock in splendid condition. Marvin feeds and recommends it; so do Goldsmith, Gamble, Holly
Dougla» county, to work for hi* uncle.
and Valensin. The foremost Vets of the state indorse its use, such as Masoero, Burns, Egan
State board of equalization—1st judi- them suggest to Hon. A. J. Florey that
and Creely. Our Egg Food is also used by some of our best Poultry Raisers; it is strong cheap
..ii. i«.i ——?•
m ' v.
— icial district, Geo. W. Dunn, Ashland; his services might be acceptable; and
•Od reliable. Ask your dealer or send to Manhattan Food Co., 623 Howard St., S. F., Cal.
r from Montana Tuesday. I 2(J A c Wooleock; 3d. Samuel Gibson J | some aay if they can’t get a republican i photographs for »4.00 per dozen. Dupli
T. J. Kist went to Siskiyou county today 4th, J. P. Ó. Lownsdale ; 5th, C. W. Win ’ they will get a prohi. And I will tell cate orders for »3.00 per dozen. Mrs. M. E.
on business for Jacobs 1 Virgin s roller gate ; 6th, W. Morfett;’ Vtb, J.L Luckey ; you, confidentially you know, that yonr ■ Tyler.
Mrs. Hinckley, a Christian science lady
I correspondent has already been in
brought out from the east to treat Mrs. H.
_ Geo. W ___
Circuit judge, 1st judicial district, W. terviewed on the aubject, but the honors B. Carter, will lecture on that snbject next
Saturday to have his cancer on the Up i C. Hale, of Klamath. District attorney, and eompentation were not sufficient.
Sunday morning at the Ganiard opera
WILL BE READY by Monday
doctored again.__________________________ prof. h . L Benson of Grants Pass.
About a month ago Mrs. A. M. Thom- ¡house.
’ Ail invited.
Harold Jackson, after a months absence .
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as and her daughter, Mrs Lon Chappell, ‘
to do all kinds of Watch and
The necessary papers have been sent
in Portland had to return to Ashland for
Grand Jury a Report,
started from here to visit their relatives
his asthmatical affection.
To tbe Hon. L. R. Webster, circuit judge, and see the country. They traveled via j back to Washington and Steinman, 10
miles south of Ashland on the railroad
u__ . _ ,
j we the grand jurv respectfully submit our
.Jewelry repairing at my new
wife returned finaj report a> follows
We have carefully Sacramento to Winnemucca, Nev., and will undoubtedly be a postoffice with Mrs.
Portland lu-sdaj after several months , ong,<jere<j aq criminal matter brought to from there to Paradise to visit Mrs. T.’a E. E. Sales as post-mistress.
sojourn in southern < alifomia.
our attention. We find that the county son, L. C. Grigsby, who used to be well
place on Plaza Corner.
Last week's dose of tornadoes in a wide
Capt. D. J. Ferree, nowot Eugene, passed buildings are in good condition. From our known in this valley but now interested section of the wealthy east will bring in a
through Monday for Pokegama, where be limited opportunity to observe, we can see in mining.
He has been absent from lot of people to Oregon this year. They
Stock will arrive next week.
expects to open out In business.
nothing out of the way in the management here for thirteen years.
From there to I will get stuck on tbe Rogue river valley be
of the various county offices. We have vis- Ogden—the air must be fine for they cause she never looked prettier.
^1"." i0?* McClendon of Sams valley ¡¿d the county hospital; tbe inmates ex
Come in and see me.
went to Arbucle, Uxilusa.county, Tuesday preB9 themselves as being well pleased with were required to pay »3.50 for breathing
The republican ranks of Medford had a Eimvitfi and FINE WITCH W-
to visit her sister. Mrs. Fred Learned.
theeare thev receive from the manager and it four hours. They then passed through split last week, which retired the white
Mrs. Geo. B. landers and two children ar- everything about the institution indicates Utah and Idaho to Silver Bow, Mont., to wing from the scene of action for several
nved from Seattle Monday on a visit of cleanliness and good management. Hav- see a daughter, Mrs. Wm. Davis and re days to hold an executive session with
some length with Mrs. landers' parents.
mg no further business, we respectfully ask turned via Portland, stopping at Melwe itself. Negro supremacy came out on top.
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to be discharged.
J ohx 8. H ebbin ,
The New Jeweler.
to see another daughter, Mrs. Henry
Abbott & Hanson have purchased the
A. Rummel and son left Tuesday for.
Mrs. Thomas’ son, Owen Grigs old 8. 8. Smith saw mill on Wagner creek
Klamath river where Rummel Bros, are
by, returned with her after an abaence of and are sawing and cutting lumber right
preparing to open their river mine again.
A Crazy Quilt.
along. They have over 100,000 feet of
Robt. Coker, who is learning the core-
The ladies of the W. R. C. of Ashland two years in Montana.
lumber on band at their yard which they
maker's trade in the Sacramento railroad have finished, after much painstaking
The politicians are around in full force. are
ottering for sale cheap,
machine shops, is visiting relatives at Med- work, a fine crazy quilt of silk, satin, vel- The people’s party held their primary
Schneider, from the Umpire quartz
vet and plush and embroidered and here last Saturday and notwithstanding
mining company on Wagner creek was in
John Stanley, who is carpentering on tbe painted. It is composed of 36 blocksand the rain and mud, still tbe town was town
elegant railroad hotel at I-ower soda, came the great Jehovah only knows how many packed and those who claim to know say
»7000 to »8000 in developing work.
up last evening by reason of illness in hi* pieces. It is to belong to the party who that most of the people on upper Butte from
Mr. Schneider is an experienced miner,
guesses the correct number of pieces, or creek, Lake creek, Antelope and Dry having seen service for many years in the
H. B. Pay ton. tbe railroad carpenter the nearest thereto, in tbe quilt, at 10 creeks are members of the people’s party. bonanza mines of Nevada.
foreman, ha* been n in Ashland a week, mak-
mak cents per guess. The quilt ia on ex- The meeting was called to order by A. 8.
Supreme court, Tuesday: In the matter
ing Home repair* to
1 tbe railroad hotel and hibition at J. M. McCall’s store where Jacobs and Wm . Terrell was appointed
of the estate of Warren H. Mills, deceased,
you can have all tbe guesses you want. aecretary. W. H. Bradshaw was elect petition of Cecil J. Mills, appellant, for the
E. B. Mott was over from Yreka from The proceeds
- go to the Burnside W. R. ed chairman. The object of the meeting removal of Fred H. Mills, administrator,
Should call at
House Sabbath morning, ApriF 10,
being stated, tbe members proceeded to respondent, appeal from Klamath county;
Saturday to Monday accompanying bis C., a worthy place,
at 11 o’clock.
parents this far on their way home to
All are cordially invited.
Wo'. Terrell, A. 8. Jacobs, James Wiley, cause remanded with directions to the
New York state.
Following in an exhibit, showing the F. J Riley, J. A. Miller, Thos. Baldwin countv court to remove the administrator
Phillip Mullen and Dan Griffiths left amount of county warrants, which have and 8. A. Potter were elected as dele and appoint some suitable person in his
Monday on a prospecting trip up north, been protested on the books of the coun- gates. They then proceeded to elect five place. Opinion by Bean, J.
To the Voters of Jackson
expectiug to strike the Mineral creek mm- ty treasurer of Jackson countv, Oregon, as a precinct committee. They were Jas.
The Shingle Tin party given at Ganiard’s
ing section of Washington.
up * Marc|)
Kent, A. 8 Jacobs, W. H. Bradshaw, opera house Saturday evening was another
pleasant gathering that proves the large
Mr*. Emma Dickey, who ha* been visit- ; Also the amount of county warrants
ing with her folks in Ashland for some ■ jrawn anj remaining in tbe county Wm. Terrell, W. M. Marsters. Marsters sized sociability in tbe social life of Asn
HEREBY ANNOUNCE myself as a
time, departed last evening for her home clerk
• -- ’s office
— on said 21st day of March, elected as member of the central county land, for something like 200 people were
candidate for the office of Sheriff ot
Tbe chairman then spoke out during the evening. A various line of
at l*i Grande, eastern Oregon.
The interest has been calculated on the subject of the nomination of pre games, etc., a lunch served on a shingle
Jackson county, Oregon, subject to the ac
Rev. (4. W. Black is home from the j on the protested warrants monthly, be
tion of the Democratic County Convention
There seemed to be a di and tin cups from which to sip your coffee,
north He was nominated a presidential ginning the computation on the 15tb day cinct officers.
this county; and to that end respectfully
versity of opinion ia to how they were to winding up with a social dance were features
elector on the prohibition ticket. But says of October, 1885 :
ABBOTT & HANSON,
solicit the support of the delegates to said
be nominated. Geo. Brown, Chas. Grif of tbe evening. A collection yielded up
he will not make any political speeches.
P binci -
T ime .
I ntxb - fith, Wm. Terrell and others spoke on the more money than the ladies who managed
P. O. Address Talent, Oregon,
Done at Ashland, Oregon, this the 30th
Ex-Senator J. K. Weatherford ot Albany j
the affair knew wbat to do with.
came out Sunday to be present at the Oct. 15, 18H5 » 938 00 77*/i mo’s » 483 63 subject. No nominations made.
HAVE THEIR SAW-MILL on Wagner day of March, 1892.
E. K. BRIGHTMAN.
circuit court in tbe case of the state v*. L.
creek, formerly the 8. 8. Smith saw
If it will not be too straining on yonr
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senior adjutant, Mrs. J. R. Casey, on be
L. Burtenshaw which is to be tried this
1012 88 75% “
509 14 sensitive nerves I wish to let your many half of the order, presented their president, mill, running in full blast.
Democratic County Convention.
15, 1M86 1060 45 74% "
526 09 i readers know how your valuable paper Mrs. J. M. McCall, with a token of the
Leslie L. Merrick, special agent for a
OVER 100,000 FEET ON HAND.
i stands in this part of the country, and faith and esteem in which she is held by
A Democratic County Convention for
1119 78 72% “
541 ?2 ' if you think that it may have a serious i the members. It was a portiere to orna
Portland bouse dealing in cash registers,
Jackson County Oregon, is hereby called to
1141 05 71% “
543 90 1 effect just hand this page over to the ment that lady’s handsome parlors. The
etc., was in the city this week visiting his Apr • 44 4 *« *4
mill is four miles front Talent, and be held at the Court House in Jacksonville,
226 55 70% "
106 48 i foreman, he can stand it I know. While memento was a square of satin on which all The
folk* and left today for San Francis«» which May 44 4*
kinds of lumber can be had cheap. Give on Tharsday. the 14th day of April, 1892, at
1290 02 69% “
will be hi* headquarters.
us your order and we will guarantee satis 10 o'clock, A. M. for the purpose of elect
July 44 44
556 75 68% “
2.53 79 looking around town for something to surrounded by flowers. Above was the faction
ing eleven delegates to the Democratic
Miss May Wilson of Rock Point has ac Aug 44 4*
614 62 67% “
276 54 write about, I happened to over hear, (I words “From the ladies of the Burnside W.
State convention to be held at Portland on
cented a position as telegraph operator at Sept 44 44
1096 40 66% “
486 95 was not eavesdropping, but in a crowd on R. C. No. 24, to Our President, Mrs. J. M.
April 19th 1892.
Klamath Hot springs for the branch line to
873 55 65% "
381 45 Inlow A Asbpole's porch,) one of our McCall,” and on the lower corners were
The Democrats of each precinct in the
Ager. Miss Rose Wilson accompanied her
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542 87 merchants remark to «mechanic, “I used the names of the members of the order.
are requested to hold primary con
as far as Ashland Saturday.
NE OR MORE SURGEONS of Nation county
1158 45 53% *•
490 74 to always, as soon as the mail came in, It was a handsome present, the artistic
al Surgical Institute. No. 319 Bush ventions on tbe 9th day of April, 1892, and
816 50 62% “
340 20 grab the-------the first thing, but now I go paintiug being the work of H. 8. Evans.
T. 8. Moorhead, wife and son of Pennsyl
elect delegates to said county convention in
Street, S. F., intend visiting Hotel Oregon.
242 00 61% “
vania. J. E. Baker and wife of Rochester,
The Spider and the Fly troupe were on Ashland, April 20th, tbe principal hotel of I accordance with the following apportion
92.5 09 60% “
373 12 for the V alley R ecobm for it is the lead
N. Y„ C. P. Tier*, wife and family of Pitts
I heard Tuesday’s north train. Some of the ballet Jacksonville April 21st and the Blackburn ment based on the vote for Hon Sylvester
237 90 59% "
292 70 ing paper of the county.”
burg were visiting in Ashland the first of
Pennover for Governor in 1890, lieing one
424 08 another of our leading men remark that girls were quite chic, and the cutest one was House, Grants Pass. April 22d. One day delegate at large for each precinct, and one
1087 40 58% “
the week, stopping at the Depot hotel.
2907 99 57% “
June 4» 4*
1114 72 “The V alley R ecord was the cleanest greatly taken with Conductor Anstay’s only. Write for circular.
Chas. L. Smith, tormerelj of the Racket July
This Institute is specially devoted to the for each twenty-five and one for each frac
319 07 paper in the county.” I heard another style óf beauty. As tbe train was fleeing
tion of thirteen over 25 of said vote. The
store, who has l>een prospecting down the Aug
408 59 one of our merchants remark “The along in its majestic whirl through the treatment of curvature of the spine, diseas various precincts are entitled to the follow-
Klamath river from Hornbrook, was on Sept
and beautiful scenery of theSukiyou) es of the hip and knee joint, crooked limbs,
575 14 V alley R ecord was the only paper in grand
Friday's train fur Scottsburg, Douglas
soul I fnthnnic
in club feet and all bodily deformities. Their ing representation
county, where his wife is dangerously ill.
763 76 the county that dares to speak out what love with all of nature's beatitudes, a pas success in treating these troubles as well
349 65 tbe editor thought was right, and expose senger overheard the little fairy with tbe as all chronic diseases has made for the In Ashland,................ .. 245
8. V. Rehart, the 1-ake county sheepman
387 64 corruption.” I also heard a young lady large, luxurient eves whisper to the gal stitute a national reputation.
and merchant was on Sunday’s train bound
All persons who are suffering from any of Big Butte ............ ... 19
210 26 remark that “The V alley R ecord is the lant conductor “How sweet it is looking
for tbe republican state convention. He
415 21 newsiest paper in the county, for it had love into eyes that give it back with com these complaints should not fail to take ad Chimney Rock..
say* the 1-ake countv delegates were any
•286 90 such a good oorps of correspondents.” pound interest,” The scene was very vantage of this opportunity for relief.
thing against Fred Cogswell for circuit
Reference may be had to the following: Eden....................... ........ 76
1114 87 And last week while A. J. Florey, our fetching and merely reflecting on it sets
judge, with Charley Cogswell practicing
tbe little fairy dancing skirt dances in the Rev E. N. Condet, Albany, Or.; E G. Foots Creek.......... ....26
law in the district.
P. M. was distributing tbe mail he re passenger's hat. But, alas! we are not all Young & Co., Oakland. Or.; Judge T. L. Flounce Rock....... ... 20
marked, “I wonder why it is that Kaiser Jack Anstays.
Davidson, Salem, Or.; W. C. Morgan, Gold Hill.............. ... 65
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Cogswell, R. A. Aug
Shedds, Or.; Governor E. P. Ferry, Olym Jacksonville.........
Emmitt and W. F. Arant of Linkville Sept
is sending so many of the V alley R ec
passed through Monday for tbe republican
(30 75 ord ’ s to the republicans here; and your
Lost Creek............ ....... 11
state convention at Portland, W. H.
175 70 agent remarked that be was getting a
The best work turned out at the lowest
Atkinson, W. H. Leeds and J. W. Haiu-
539 93 great many republicans to take the figures with promptness and dispatch
’Gene Barrows feels pretty positive Medford .
1 The Only House in the City making
akar took the same train from here. The
1219 47 V alley R ecord now.”
at Geo. Markle’s blacksmith shop on that be baa struck something with glit Mount Pitt.......... ........ 1.5
Klamath delegates were for Cogswell for
ter in it, and perhaps gold. While on Pleasant Creek .. ...40
judge and red hot against Hale. They said
While the Thompson brothers were Hpring street.
the road to Keno Monday he saw, at the
Hale had only two delegates in their coun
conducting a meeting on the niglit of tbe
Politics in Klamath County.
point where tbe road turns off toward old Sterlingville.........
30th, two men rode up tothe house where
Democrats made following nominations: Merganser, what appeared to be an Steamboat ............ ....... 12
Gen. J. H. Mullen of Minneapolis who June
the meetings were being held, for it was
Delegates state convention; J. L. Hanks. ancient river bed. He picked up several Trail Creek............ ........ 33
433 00 a protracted meeting, and yelled and John
i* interested in the Whaleback steamer July
307 89 shouted, driving by tbe place some half vers. F. Miller, Jesse Watters, Chas. Sil samples of blue gravel there and noticed Table Rock............ ........
company arrived in Ashland
several other pretty good indications of Talent
from Puget Sound and will return to Sept
Minneapolis soon with his daughter, Miss
2 We carry the most complete and choicest stock in Ashland
Fountain; assessor, John Smart; treasurer. glitter. He says he will soon go down Woodville.............. ........29
1262 43 ing iron. When Constable Pool went Geo.
Carrie Mullen and her cousin. Miss Susie
317 56 out and put a stop to their noise, and Hendricks; commissioner, R. Hutchinson; whether there is anything there capable
and will positively not be undersold. All prompt
Campbell, who have spent tbe winter very
315 74 the next morning Rev. E. L. Thompson surveyor, Ira Leskeard; coroner. Simp
pleasantly in Ashland with their aunt, Mr*.
ly settled accounts and cash custom dis
59 54 swore out a warrant for the arrest of
M. Bowditch, and the Colonel. The ladies
A Democratic County Convention to
•283 54 H L. Kenney, a saloon keeper at Gold Wilson.
made many friend* in Ashland.
143 58 Hill and G. B. Mathews of this place in
O. B. Hardey was at Gold HUI two days
Fountain, V- A. Dunlap.
Bloater*, smoked herrings, codfish at the same place on Thursday, May 5th, 1892,
last week and inspected Lucky Bart’s mine. June
Linkville precinct: Justice, J. P. Lee; Crocker Grocery Co.
Justice A. G. Johnson's con it, and they
at the hour of 9 o’clock A. M. the various
He ia just returning after an absence in July
precincts will be entitled to tbe same rep
837 39 were placed in the hands of Officer Pool constable, Tom Creason.
tbe east since New Year* and went to San Aug
People’s Party Meeting.
resentation as in the foregoing.
The Klamath county republican con
78 0s whereupon he atai ted for Central Point
Francisco Tuesday He thinks Bart’* mine Sept
The primaries for electing delegates to
239 50 after his men whom he found without vention nominated the following ticket:
A special meeting of the People’s Party
is not only rich but permanent, the fact of
said last convention are called to beheld in
an extension 2000 feet from it having l>een
189 07 morning and pleaded guilty to the countv clerk, A. L. Leavitt; sheriff, E. at McCall’s hall to select delegates to the the various precincts on Saturday, April
«Uscovered that pays even better proves it.
WE DEFY ALL COMPETITION.
120 78 charge of disturbing a congregation of W. Gowen; assessor, Chas. Parrish; County Convention. All members and 30th 1892.
After Mr. Hardey arrives in San Francisco
Balloting in said County Conventions to
be wUl determine on purchasing Bart s
120 92 worshipers and were fined »10.00 each commissioner, J. T. Henley; school sup friends of that party are cordially in be conducted viva voce.
mine. Mr. Hardey is an influenUal man in
By order of tbe Democratic County
E. E. D eming , Sec.
74 94 and cost, tbe cost amounting to $21.30, erintendent, C. R. DeLap; treasurer, VV. vited.
the mining world and tbe mining industry
256 25 pretty dear fun. A very large part of E. Howe; surveyor, Antone Castel; cor
ra^We respectfully solicit your trade, deliver good
of this section will receive much aid and May “ “
M. P urdin , Chairman.
1886 79 10% ••
132 07 the community sympathise with Mr, oner, J. VV. Siemens. Their resolutions
encouragement by his remaining interested June “ 4t
3H6 05 9% “
129 58 Mathews, for they are satisfied that he declared that Klamath and Lake coun
hereabouts.________ _ _
We have two of the greatest bargains in promptly and will treat evreyone white
Try the only
1583 20 8% “
July “ 44
89 71 was like “Poor Tray” in bad company. ties should select their own circuit judge sand million a veer. 1 he Crocker Grocery
Co. keep a full line of all choice canned Prize Baking Powder ever ottered in Ash
Jai Kaonvtlle Jottin«*.
66 95 Your cor., bad an interview with him and Jackson and Josephine county dele-
land. D. L. Minkler & Son.
2752 54 6% ”
first-class grocery in the city.
Jon. L. Hammersly of Gold Hill is in Sept
410.3 75 •5'» “
Oct “ <»
150 47 after the trial was over and aaaertained gates do the same.
He had just returned
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145 78 the following:
2861 38 3% “
Dr. J. 8. PaiBon, one of Ashland’s lead Dec “ «»
76 from Portland and Mr. Kenney provided S tate of O hio . C ity or T oledo .)
L ucas C ounty ,
Jan 15, 1892 ;t807 56 2% “
63 s5 a team and accompanied him home from I
ing physicians was here Monday.
F rank J. C heney makes oath that he is
l-icenee issued April 4th to Henry Mar " St
8 23 imbibed too freely of whiskey and K. ' the senior partner of tbe firm of F. J. C he
Hansen and Mias Lenorab Webster.
ney & Co , doing business in the City of
done the driving, with the above result. ‘ Toledo.Coqaty and State aforesaid,and that
George M. Love and Henry Ankeny
of date Febru-
Heretofore Mr. M. has been in tbe habit said firm will pav the sum of ONE HUN
left for Portland Tuesday evening aa del
of attending religious and social meetings DRED DOLLARS for each and every case
egates to the republican state convention. Warrants in Co.
and haa always been looked upon as a of C atabbh that cannot be cured by the use
Clers’s office 1830 55
By Selling the Best Quality of Goods at the
Kasper Kubli Jr., one of the state
The machinery of the law has not been put to work
quiet and orderly young man.
The of H all ’ s C atabbh C ure .
univeraity students is spending the
FRANK J. CHENEY.
$31,420 88 night of the arrest, Hezekiah Mathews,
Easter vacation with his parents at this War'nte re-
Sworn to Itefore me and subscribed in my
an older brother of G, B. Mathews, was
too speedily against the fraudulent use of ammonia and
with him in A. Pool’s hotel he remarked I presence, this 6th day of Dee., A. I). 1886.
A. W. GLEASON,
Messrs Beekman, Day, Howard A Rapp
alum in Baking Powders. Both health and the pocket of
21. 1892 ...» 8.250 34 Interest » 4M 07 that he was going over to the hall, where
this week sold their timber land located
the meeting was being held, and if tbe
in tp. 40 to a syndicate. They each
» 30,925 18 preacher spoke to him be would slap him
the people are demanding protection. The legislatures of
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally
Summary, showing the liabilities and as. in the mouth; whereupon Mr, Pool ad and acts directly on the blood and mucous
We are taking the Lead in
Mrs E. J. Wells of Ashland was at sets of Jackson county, state of Oregon, on vised him not to go but he left the house surfaces of the system. Send for testimoni-
New York, Illinois and Minnesota have taken this matter
and a very few momenta after a crashing aK free.
the county seat one day this week, she the 1st day of April, A. D. 1892:
F. J. CHENEY & CO..
sound was heard, the sound was caused C^*Sold by Druggists, 75c.
visited her brothers at I niontown
of adulteration up, and especially that of Baking Powders.
Saturday and Sunday.
County warrants outstanding. $ 140,518 05 bv a stone being thrown through the
.30.92.5 81 window, breaking the sash, knocking a
Circuit, County commissioners and Interest on same .........................
10,023 20 board off that was nailed across tbe win
Grand jury. J. 8 Herrin, foreman; Jas,
It will be in the interest of public health when their sale
County courts are in session and in State tax .......................................
7,286 83 _______
E. VV. ; Haul
Due school fund .cash in treasury
dow and McDougal.
consequence many residents of the county Due
school fund, delinquent tax
ing was held in the upper story). Justice ;
Downing and F.
is made a misdemeanor in every State in the UNION, and
are here on buainees pertaining thereto.
1891........................................... 12,435 27 Johnston appointed John Watkins as
Sheriff Birdsey and under eheriff Arm Due school fund, delinquent tax
A. Thompson appointed bgiljff' fpr grand |
1890 ............................ ...........
the penalties of the law are rigidly enforced. There is no
strong were kept busy Saturday ami
but it was so dark that nothing could be jurv r and Chas. Sch^lt^ tur tué term.
Momlav computing interest and writing Due school fund, delinquent tax
1,034 18 seen ; but while he and Pool were stand- , a
tax receipts. Those being tbe last days Indigent
article of human food more wickedly adulterated than that
761 00 sing near tbe hotel thpy heard some one . Cowles; dismissed.
before taxes became delinquent.
Janies Hummer vs. Jeff Neil; dismissed.
tep on the end of the porch and Mr. P.
Mrs. E. W. Allen, commissioner for
» 212,892 93 t returned and found H. Mathews in the Henry Ammerman vs. Gage ; demurrer j of Baking Powder.
at J htouk to - day :
■WE quote from our
Oregon of the Womens World Fair will
room. Tbe next morning he was arrest 1 withdrawn and defendant given until ,
EASTERN HAMS....................................................... 14c per lb.
iAeet tbe flub' here next Tuesdav. Cash in treasury....... »22.942 73
ed and tried, found guilty and sentenced I ! Thursday to o file answer.
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder is the only pure
to pay a fine of $10 and costs, amounting | tinTu‘X,?dU^ tLm of Smit
Several of the members will accompany Due on tex of 1891 .. 49,741 08
OREGON HAMS........................................................ 14c per lb.
Delinquent tax 1890 3,634 38
tinued until next terni çf cQurt.
that lady to Granta Paas on her return
OREGON BACON.................................................................... “
So you see that tbe 1 Waterhouse, Lester A Co., a corporation
cream of tartar powder having a general sale that is free
Delinquent tax 1889 . 4,136 72 * 69,554 90 10 al110 about 130-
Reames, White A Co. are having their
___ ____ _ citizens of this place intend to enforce
OREGON SHOULDERS.................................... .10c
store repainted and thoroughly renovated Bal. of indebtedness April 1,1892 »133,338 03 | the law and if the noooiutns TO(enq
tpiend to i , fûr
QT plaintiff for tie
the sum of »271.65'
from ammonia, alum or taint of any kind of impurity. It
EASTERN DRY SALT.......................................................... “
and making a general clean up in order S tate of O regon ,
uiûUirp & ruetfpTig tneÿ
ney had better hiive
have • i attorney’s lees,
fees, costs, etc,
EASTERN DRIED BEEF..................................................... 20c pef.lb.
to have everything in first class shape
makes the sweetest and lightest bread, biscuit and cake
for their immense stock of goods which
jyill arrive this »reek.
"■"Af.v VKWÙO»!law,kind. At
c.c. Bwkwt,w.Hamlin: costs
that are perfectly digestible whether hot or cold. It costs
Sheriff Moes of Josephine county came going exhibit of countv warrants whk4/lhe cloee oi tbe tnal Rev- Thompson an- anti disbursements for defendant and plain-
Woflldbp di$- ! tiff given 40 d»ys to file a bill of exceptions.
We are large dealers in Staple Groceries of all kinds, hand
up from Grants Paas Sunday having in have
up to March
wf I nou(?ce< fhat the
more to manufacture Dr. Price’s than any other baking
charge Cyiua Schaffer (the murderer of with the treasurer’s books, and that the ‘‘ontinued. _
P ick ,
& Co. vs. Engle Bros.; ;
a î r* ti ft
ling them on the very closest margins, and in the
Jacob Moll) whom he brought here for same is a true transcript thesefrum and ot I
; : dismissed at
Some ' C.iri.w
. I i C. Kleinhammer, James Carr and Henry i
gafetv. A motion for a new trial will be the whole thereof. I further eetfflv thht Ii
powder. It is superior to every other known and the
Fancy Grocery line we defy competition.
have carefully computed the interest there- »
AI‘Plega,e ! Bleecher excused from jury for this term. t
argued at»irants Pass April 16th.
on monthly, and that the amount of inter- ! anothe^ »ddiUoni to his tine curio and spe«-
it i u ; u« ’ i t
Not a true bill returned hy 4he grand
standard for forty years.
est stated therein is true
men collection, being an Indian deer-skin-
jurv charging J. M. Kennedy with an as
I further certify that the foregoing sunt-
For Ashland precincts will be held in
« « «me
tern ent of the finances <f.
c aw, ?f
“>at got knock-
Ashland Saturday, April 9, 1882, at the J marj-
State of Oregon vs. Oscar Stearns; selling
ack son county. State of Oregon, on the b T °. k b>t?
city hall, for the election of 11 delegatee day of April. A. D. 1st. ’
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder is re
death. He will be pleased to »how them to liquor without license; fine of »200 and
Big Line of Wood and Willow Ware,
to the county convention that electa 11
costs paid and defendant discharged.
Witness mv hand and sea) of the County i vou'
delegates to thegtateconvention. It will
Cigars, Tobacco, and Notions
we have a soap that will please you. It
fae called to ortier promptly at 1:30 p. m. 8
v'" vrn't i
‘ smells sweet, don’t chap the hands, a tine a dangerous weapon; bench warrant usued i
The three pret incta vote in one conven
MAX Ml LLEK,
wssher. and will save you monev. O. and defendant released uqcfe; 4“® bonds.
_____________ bounty Clerk.
purity of this ideal powder has never been ques
Thfi Ur^ker GroCery Co. guarantee prices
New prize baking powder, »25.90 prize,
Crackers, oysters, fish. We replenish
For Lake Whitefish and Mackerel go vo against akiy in this market And goods of
eve»y few days. 0. Winter.
1 Crocker Grocery Co.
V -’J first quality-
7ft cenu at Winter a.
Saturday at 3 p. tn. for ladies and 8 a.
m. for gentlemen on the causes of faded
cheeks, why marriage ia the grave of
ASHLAND, On.,.. T humdat , April7,1802 love, «by insanity, pauperism and crime
are fast on tbe increase in this land of
liberty. The Portland Dispatch in com
PERSONA!* AND SOCIAL.
menting on Prof. Riddell’a private lec
ture, save : “It was tbe best ever given
J. P. Isbell has gone to Idaho.
in the city.”
8. J. Stormer went to Wolf creek yester -
AT BLUE FRONT
H. L. WHITED T
ASHLAND ROLLER FLOUR MILLS-
H. L. WHITED,
Her is Ctaj.
What Christian Science| a
And IS NOT,
fine line of
Cord du Rois,
Also Ladies' and Children's cloth
top shoes, An early inspection is
WILSON & WALSWORTH
M c C onnell & winter ,
Groceries a, Specialty.
IN COFFEES, TEAS AND SPICES
PROTECT OUR BREAD
Groceries & Provisions,
Wood and Willow Ware,
Cigars and Tobacco,
Books and Stationery.
! Jtessswsi*1" “
For School Books, School Supplies and Fine Sta
tionery We Are Headquarters.