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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1892)
Chief of the County Paptrs.
Ex-Sheriff Bybee has returned from
Published every ThursMy.
hia Portland Dip.
E. J. KAISER, Proprietor.
Cha«. Hamilton, of Applegate, made a
trip to Siekiyoe Friday.
Phil. Botcher has opened a meat
market at Granta Paua.
Six months .............................................. 1 50
Jack Bartie returned Monday to Klam
A8HLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1892
ath county from Canyonville.
Advertising rates given on application.
A daughter waa horn to Mr. aad Mra.
Izrl Morris at Talent Oct. 25th.
The Dalton Gang Known Here.
Prof. JaareaG. Clark, the Binger, to
Roseburg Plaindealer )
Grants Pas» Courier.]
spending tl>e winter in California.
Highest of all ia Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
MECHANICAL AND OPERATIVE
When reading the account of the raid
Five voung nomen were baptized in
Mias Eva GaHnu way, the teacher, visit
of the Dalton gang on the Goffeville tbe chill waters of Rozue river by Rev
ed her folks at Medford Saturday.
Chase Combination Denial Plates made
f Kansas I banka, on the 5th day of E. K. Taylcr Sunday afternoon. Be-
W. J Gregory baa returned to Central October, few people knew that of the tween two and three hundreil persons
with Gold and Aluminum Roofs.
Gold Fillings inserted in Porcelam Teeth
Point from hia Klamath county reach. deaperailoe« killed, one waa a former witnessed the ceremonv from the bridge
to perfect appearance.
Gen J M Higlin, ofCooa Bay ia iu a resident of Douglas county. The dis an<1 various points of vantage along the
Gold Crown and Contour work a specialty.
critical condition from an epileptic patches gave hia name as lohn Moore, river hank. The baptizing took place
Office over the Bank
bat his true name waa Martin Moore, on the south sole of the river abait two
Extracting and unavoidable calls from 8
9 a. ai. and 4 to 6 p. m
He rraided at hundred cards ahove the bridge
Miaa Oarrie Benson ia back to Granta alias “Texas Jack.'*
Pass from Sen Jose viaiting Col. Curry’« Winchester for some time, and waa a can«lidate foi baptism had been rohe«i in
relative of the Dakins, with whom he white and was led into water about
S. M. Milla and family, of Camas lived. After their removal to Portland waist deep bv Mr. Tavlor who, after
vailev, Douglas countv, have located at he reaided in different parta of the wetting her face with bis hands, laid her
«manty, and became quite generally back entirely under tbe water, and then
A shland ,
O regon .
THE BEST BIILT,
THE BEST FURNISHED,
known on account of bis peculiar ai-tions. lifted her to her feet and handed her
A crowd of Medford hontera went to He waa an Englishman by birtb, and oul, her wet clothing clinging pretty
Will practice in State and United States
Elk creek recently aad claim to have for several years received regular re tightly to her form. The converts were
AND THE BEST CONDUCTED HOUSE
eourta, and U. S. Land Office.
killed Ig deer.
mittances from his father in England. then wrapped in cloaks and taken to
J. D. Hamakar, of Bonanza, boo located He waa considered about half crazv their homes in a spring wagon. Three
th. Mount Washington Bnarchllght.
The Dinner Hour in History.
J^OBERT A. MIDLER.
in Hotter county, Cai., at a place called while here, and figured in the circuit more converts are to be baptized next
placing of the 100.000-candle
It to believed by some that the word
court some two years since as the defen Hunday.
power searchlight upon Mount Wash dinner springs from a corruption of the
A daurlder waa horn to the wiia of dant in a horse-stealing case. Al«out a
ington has been somewhat delayed, but word dixheures, indicating the time at
Ex-Hiieriff Wee Manning in Klamath year ago he left here and went tn Eugene,
Do yuu wish to know tbe quickest way to in a few days its searching rays will be Which in the old Norman days this
Invalids and others seeking pure air, mountain water
coontv. Oct. 31.
since when nothing bad been heard from
cure a cold? We will tell you. To cure a darting over the country roundabout it meal was taken. Tho mere idea of hav
The Observer save the electric light him until hie death was announced. cold quickly, ii mu-l be treated before ths
. O b BOÓN.
and desiring to benefit by the use of the various hot or cold
pfoat at Granta Paaa will resume opera Hail it not been for friends, ho would cold ba» become settled in the »ysteiu. The » expected that every hotel with fl f tre u ingdinner at the barbarous hour of 10
undoubtedly be in the state penitentiary hrsi ay rupioui ot a « old i» a dry. loud o>>ugb or twenty miles of the mountain can be o’clock in the morning would, in all mineral, chemical and sulphur springs in and near Ash
tions Nov. 15th.
¡State. Office opposite the court
probability, send a modern chef into a
W. R. Coleman ia building a dwelling
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bouse for J. R. Robison on hia farm on one of his crazy freaks he placed an ob bv watery expectoration aad the sneeaing when the beam ia thrown upon them. fit, yet it was at this early time that per land, will find sympathetic accommodations at the
J T. BOWDITCH.
struction on the railroad near Winchest
It ia claimed that the light will be aeen son of quality, both in this country and
er, which would have caused a disastrous In severe cases there is a thin white coating on clear nights from 100 to 150 "««¡—
Miaa 8«we Turner, of Jacksonville, wreck hail it not been discovered in on the tongue. What to do? It is only
France, partook of the meal. Froissart
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
waa viaiting Ashland friends last week, time. At another time while hunting necsasary to take Chamberlain's Cough from Mount Washington.
mentionawaiting upon the Dukeof Lan
..... ‘O bkoox
Remedy in double do-es every hour. That
Six different lenses will be used ia the caster at 6 in the afternoon, after he had
Mrs. Pracht is in charge as Housekeeper.
be killed a calf belonging to a neighbor, will greatly lessen the severity of the cold
in all courts of the state.
PreuMiog Ebl««r T. L. Jonas an«ifamily and hie Douglas coontv career was a and in many cases will effectually counter
Supped, and during the reigns of Francis
Collections promptly made.
have Ntarn«*<i from a trip to Klamath source of annoyance to hie friends.
Commercial travelers will bear in mind that the pro-
act it. and cure what would have been a »e introducing the prismatic colors, mak 1 and Louis XH of France fashionable
and Lake cooatieo.
A correspondent last week stated that vere cold wiihin one or two day« time. ing a display that will put the so called people dined from 10:30 and supped at
A danirhlor was horn to tho wife of Lucias M. Baldwin, who was also killed Try it and be convinced. 25 and 50 cent northern lights into a secondary position the latest at 6 in the evening. And again, prietor was “one of ’em’’ for 15 years and knows how r to
Charley Nut fey, formerly of Ashland, at at tho same time, was a grandson of
as regards brilliancy. The movement of from a Northumberland household book, take care of “the boys.”
all leading Druggist».
Rev. E. M Marsters, of Coles vailev
the light will be controlled automatically bearing date 1512, we learn that the
J. . L.
_ Futrell, the Southern Upon inquiry it was ascertained that Mr.
Adjutant General Williams reoom- by electric motors at some distance from family rose at 6, breakfasted at 7, dined
Address for terms, &c •>
Methodist preacher, is now located " at Baldwin waa the only son of the widowed tusnds that the annual appropriations the lamp. Some electric novelties will at 10, supped at 4, and shut the gates at
JOUS a. FELToa.
8. r . weil .
danghter of Mr. Marsters, and was
Tangent, Linn county.
be introduced, including a diverging *p. nt.
Mra. Andrew Grimes, p native of about 23 years old. He was a second from >500.000 to >1,000,000.
lens, which will produce a fantail ap
Speaking generally, though tho dinner
Josephine county aired 33 years, died at ' cousin of A. C. Marsters, of this city.
pearance and spread over a largo terri hour then, as now, was later in this
Granta Pam Oct. 30th.
—Retail and Wholesale dealers |n—
country than in France, Louis XIV did
thnt tho 800 setors for the proposed tory in the vicinity of the mountain.
C. E. Delxahrantt, a Portlamf telegraph Published on benaU oj Hood’s Sarsaparilla
not dine till 12, while his contempora
operator, waa viaiting hia eiotor, Mra. are as reliable and a» worthy your confi Chinese theater at the World’s Fair can fact that the searchlight will be in readi
ries, Cromwell and Charles II, took the
dence. as if they cants from your best and bn imported by each obtaining n proper
Dr. Pickel. at Medford.
ness to pick up the unfortunates on meal at 1. In 1700 the hour was ad
most trusted neighbor. They state onlv
Chao. Wighte, the Engliah gentleman tbe simple facts in regard to what Hood'»
short notice. They are especially re
A IgDodon dfapateh enyst The British quested to lose themselves and test the vanced to 2, and in 1751 we find that the
from Biakivoo, waa eojourning in Ash Sarsaparilla has done, always within truth
All Kinds of Fresh Meats
steamer Roumania waa wrecked at tbs powers of the great beam of light. Duchess of Somerset's dinner time was
land the first of tho week.
N. M. Caster died at Medford, Oct.
Constipation, and all troubles with tbe
Tuckerman's ravine or a trip over the
Kept constantly on hand. Fair living
29th. He waa 51 years nld and a native digestive organs and the liver, are cured by and >18 persona drowned. Only nine northern peaks is in order, especially if as the then fashionable time. After the
prices is all that we ask
Hood's Film. Unequalled as a dinner piJ wan saved.
of VanBurea cooatv, Iowa.
it is very cloudy.—Among the Clouds.
We will make it to vour intercut to
at which the beau monde took their sub
D. D. H. Yagar, of Shake, aad 8. J.
Two cabin passengers on the Teutonio
Experiments have recently been mads
deal with us.
stantial meal, while at the present day
Bailey, oi Tofan inis, came in Haaday to
lu Oermany with a now kind of armor,
many of the nobility do not dine until h
remain anti! after the election.
At a public auction held at West
elaimed to be far superior to any kind Enrope. It is supposed they tost their
Stock Farm For Sale.
The Davie floor mill at Medford has heretofore Utede. It is said that ths re rase tin •• a result of terror. Tho pas Chester, Pa., the other day, the personal or 9, so we see through 400 years the
That dreaded and dreadful diseasel
dinner hour has gradually moved
cease«) twain« its night shift and Mr.
effects of an eccentric old lady were through twelve hours of the day—from
sisting qualities of this armor are so sage was stormy.
hat shall stay its ravages? Thousands
Haatinga l>08 gone to Walla Walla.
HE BELL ESTATE, containing 160
Joseph Wolf, an insane Garman, left sold, and among other curious articles 9 a. in. to 9 p. m. When tho dinner hour
acres of land in the heart of a good
Alex. Martin, Sr., who has been l«x>k- great that a thin layer of it will prevent
catlie range. About 6 inOes from Henley.
was so early often no previous meal was
ing alter hia intereeta in Klamath the passage of the now small caliber rifle his home at Now York with a sabre, and
on the Klamath river.
restated all attempts to capture him. of the teeth had formerly adorned the taken.—Chambers’ Journal.
county, returned last week to Oakland.
cod liver oil and hypophosphites of lime
Also about 56 bead of cattle.
Miao Dora Cantrall, railroad operator
For further particulars inquire of
relativ«, who Bo is dangerous, and a number of men
represented in the unique collection by
and soda has cured us of consumption in its first
Bucklen'e Arnica Salve.
THUS JONES. Henley,Cal,,
at Siskiyou, is viMting her folks st New •Hide at Beekford. O., have filed a dal m aroeearohing for him.
more than one tooth each.
or W. T LAIRD, Ager, Cal.,
The best salve in the world for Cuts.
castle. Mim Ager 1s in charge of her lathe United States court at Denver
Tbs wife of Charles H. Lombard, a
The old lady, however, belonged to a Bruises, Mores. Ulcers. Salt Rheum. Fever
which iavelvas TO0.000 acres of tend te promlnet broker of Portland, killed her-
Sores, Tetter, <'happed Hand«, Chilblains,
E. J. FARLOW., Agent. Ashland,Ur.
Castle Crag Tavern closed down Mon Sooth»« Ctoieredn. The claim alleges self with a pistol. She was prominent
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
day for the season. There ware ten that the great was mads to Secor Ctor- tn eoototy. Ko cause to known, but it to nections and intricate ramifications, and tively cures Piles or no pay required. It is
Soott’a Emulsion cures Coughs»
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
gueeta there up to the time of closing.— pos CtetoM by the king of Mpdn 314 Supposed domestic troubles prompted
Colds, Consumption, Scrofula,
without difficulty to obtain each of the money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
Bodgeo and tho othor ataim- tho deed.
and all Anaemio and Wasting
mementos from different persons. Her For sale by E. E. Winchester dt Co.
M. Purdin has taken charge of the
g rea t grandchildren of tho
A. D. Barling, a Fresno raisin grower plan was toara her relatives for a souve
Diaeases. 'Prevents wasting in
Grand Centra) hotel at MedfoJd, having
Ths land to thickly settled, Stod shipper, has failed for a large
Children. Almost as pnlotabie a*
nir of themselves in the shape of the
pure kneed the late T. A. Harris's
All the world admires and wonders al
milk. Cet only tbe rrnulne. Pre
it will bo bitterly contested.
—nn~* Boding bought heavily at the next tooth they should have drawn.
pared by Hcott A Bowne, Chemlsu, New
the American ax helve. The American
8he quietly cultivated this odd fad for
Harry Albright, of the Dunn farm,
Sort. Sold by allDruggiate.
ax fitted with that ingeniously curved
has «one to Sprague river to work for
upward of fifty years, until the assort
and gracefully fashioned handle is a
Gallagher, John Curtin aad
The girls will mim
ment, comprising all shapes and sizes of
Irish-American cltiaeM now serv
Whflo hunting near Lousetown, Ker., cast off teeth, filled a round, old fash marvelously effective weapon, vastly
“There are 4JXW.QOO red brnde«] ing life ssatenoes in Great Britain, aad W. Sehaum ran into a mass of. rattle ioned collar box, holding perhaps a more apt for its purposes than the
■traight handled headsman’s ax with
■ogntrv ; an ini
increase of 1 ,- President Barrtooa has directed tho snakes. Bo exploded some powder in pint.
people in t-hie country
Express Traina Leave Fortianfi Dally.
which the Italian fells trees, or the
MeKinloy bill went legation in London te bring tho matter the deft and kilted 280 reptUee. The
500,<MK> since the
When at the sale the auctioneer pro broad faced hatchet used for the same
te tbe oonsi d e ratio n of the British gov hunter exhibited rattles enough to qor- duced tho novel exhibit and asked con
I N ort h
purpose in France. The American ax
lire. J. 8. Laa-ey, an old-time and re- ernment with a view te securing such ■oborate He statement.
7 :UC p tn Lv Portland Ar 7:35 a m
fidently, "Who bids on this treasure?*'
epeete«! resident of Jacksonville precinct, ■edification of tho eaatonoe m might
10:20 a m Ar Ashland Lv 4:40 p m
Buffalo Bill has returned from Europe he encountered a deal of good natured helve is just what might have been ex
A.IELLE DAILY -A.2EÒ.EÒIVIHSTQ-
10 :60 a m Lv Ashland
Ar 4 10 p m
die«l nn the 25th ult. of heart disease, being about their release.
with hto Wild West show. Tbe Indiana chaffing from the audience, and in the pected of an inventive people laden with
8:15 a n> Ar HanFrunciscoLv 7:00p m
aged rt4 years.
the duty of conquering and civilizing a
end secured only a bid of one cent, of
Tho oM-ttane cowboys of Northwestern
Above trains stop only at following sta
forest clad continent. The world had
The entertainment given recently by
cape overcoats and creased trousera fered by a quaint spinster of fifty-five.
tions north of Roseburg: East “Portland,
the Medford Benevolent society in honor Nebraska are going to the World's Fair.
been nsing the ax since prehistoric times,
City, Woodburn, Sxleni, Albany,
carried off her prize in hast
of their hoae company was a aueeemful A largo number of them mot at Chadron
but it remained for the American pioneer
Tangent, bhedds, Halsey Harrisburg, Junc
Mfcimph.—Cor. New York Times.
aad formed a company. The company ing the Worlds Fair.
affair and netteii »50.
to fashion the ideal ax handle, at once
tion City, Irving, Eugene.
Acta of violence are frequent at Home
G. W. Cooper, the Medford hotel man, will ran a hone moo from Chadron to
light, strong and elastic. The ax such
Roseburg Mail Daily.
ia engaged in seeding a farm he has rent the Mebesefa i building at the World's stead, Fa. A house where non-union
as is familiar to all Americans is rare tn '•*•* ’A*
People are beginning to expect an al
ed near San Jooe, Cal., and will soon Pair grounds, starting on or about May mon board waa stoned, and the driver
Europe, and it sells in all the British
18th. It will bo a pistol shot mount of a grocery wagon waa mobbed be most immediate issue of the new British colonies as the American ax.—New York
move hie family there.
8:30 am il I Roseburg. 5:51) p m
Roseburg 7:00 a lu u I Portland
4 :(X> p iu
Mr. Williamson ia having a new and start, sad ths winnsr wiU get >1,000 cause ho delivered goods to tho families coinage. As u matter of fact, the queen Sun.
has still to decide upon the exact de
iwoidence conetmcte«) on Galla creek.
a goM medal. Tho side pones will of non-union men.
Albany IxM*al. Daily.(Except Sunday.)
J. H. Storey an«l Mr. Ruaaell have also
signs to be used, and up to now no speci
Be Your Own Doctor.
lusnsreas. Over IM old-timo cow
completed new dwellings for themselves. boys have agreed te enter the race and
mens even have been struck. It is most
It won’t cost you one half as much. Do
improbable that the public will have not delay. Send three 2-cent stamps for
Portland . 5:00pm Albany
Roocoe Perkina, of the 8. P. D. A L. have posted forfeits. A system of reg
6:30 a m Portland 10:30 am
Co.'a store at Granta Pam waa up last istry will be agreed upon to insure fair
any installment of the new money be postage, and we will send you Dr. Kauf
mann's great work, fine colored plates,
week trying hie bh-ycle an«l mounted the riding, and as many bones will bo used
fore Christmas or perhaps the new from life, on disease, its cau«es and home
commit of the Siokiyous with hia ma SS sech rider may doom necessary.
year. Those who have had an oppor cure. Address A. 1". Ordway A Co., Bos
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
tunity of seeing the designs are of the ton, Mass.
J. H. Hyaer, a well-known painter of
opinion that they will be far superior in
Rogue river vailev, «lied at Granta Pam From the Daily Reveille.Whatcom.Waab.)
Second-Class Sleepittff Cars
artistic merit to the jubilee issue. But
"T. D. Burnett, the democratic candidate
Otohor 8th, aged 50 years. During the
too young to understand the
accot&uiodation of Paseengers bolding
Modoc Indian war he was captain of a for sheriff, was taken violently ill at Clear
secot d-class tickets, attached to
ious to have, in addition to artistic coin temper of the French where their
brook. He bad all the symptoms of Asiatic
com pan v of volunteers
rulers were concerned, and though at
cholera, and for for an hour or two it was
A London dispatch says the Mount age, ia one in which each coin’s denomi the time of my writing these notes I had
Judge G. W Smith yesterday morn fearsd be wouhi die. They finally gave him
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
Full Assortment always on hand, direct from the East, and
ing eol«i hia cattle, numbering 245 bead a dose of Chamberlain’s Colic. Ubwlera and Washington signal and search light has
lived for fifty years among them, 1 doubt
to J. L Hanka for $3,000. About one- Diarrhoea Remedy, which revived him un been outdone in one capacity by an ap by no means be neglected.—Paris Amer whether 1 could give a successful psy
Between Portland and Corvallis.
half of tho bend are beef cattle in fine til a physician arrived.” That is precisely paratus with which experiments have ican Register.
at Prices that Defy Competition.
chological account of their mental at-
MAILTRAIN DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
what the manufacturers of that medicine been made at Earfacourt.
condition .—Klamath Falls Exprom.
recommend for cholera. Send for a physi
Tl»e Fooll»line»a Has Begun.
Chmeron Brothers, of Uniontown, cian but give their medicine until the phy have the distinot forma of gigantic let
We call special attention to C. M. HENDERSON A CO.’« (Chicago) Red
A novel wager on the result of the except by borrowing the words of one of
Portland.. 7:30am I Corvallis. 12:10 p m
have sol«! their fine crop of apples to sician at rives If cholera becomes preva ters been thrown upon the clouds, but
their cleverest country women, Mme. School House Shoes, and CHURCH, BROWN A CO.’S (Boston) |3 00 calf B J CorvalliH. 12:55 p m | Portland. 5:30 pm
local dealers and are now engaged in lent in this country next summer this even the well known features of Mr. coming election was made in St. Au
Emile de Girardin: “When Marshal Shoes, the best made. Every pair guaranteed.
At Albany anil Corvallis conqyct with
hauling them to Jacksonville for ship
Gladstone have been made to appear in
is in the opposition he is acknowl
trains of Oregon Pacific Railroad
ment to the Portland market.—Mail.
by J. C. Barrett A Co., and all leading ghostly outline in the heavens. When mayor and a real estate agent. In case edged to have won the battle of Tou
Express Train Daily (Except Sunday.)
The “rainmaker** is several kinds of an Druggists. _________________
the man in the moon gets jealous and
of Cleveland's election the ex-mayor is louse; when he belongs to the govern
idiot. He sat up all night Immbarding a
Bloodhounds are to be used in trailing Chines through the clouds the inventor to push the real estate agent in a wheel ment he is accused of having lost it.”
cloud that waa passing over Washington,
Portland 4 :40 p ui | M’Mirmvilie 7:25 pm
D. C., and kept the town awake and full Bonteg and Evans.
M’Minnville 5:45am | Portland .8:20 a m
which to throw his announcements. barrow on the sea wall from the fort to word for that state of mind—“cussed-
of wrath with hia infernal noise. Even
lire. Clara Seiger, aged A3, of Kansa" The papers are lamenting the prospect Central basin, and in case of Harrison's nesa.”—“An Englishman in Paris."
HilliiB TICKETS to alfpoinU
•‘•Hence” gets rattled.
iwdsred her 4-yeor-old grandson of the Milky Way being used as an ad election the real estate agent is to do
EAST 11» SIl'TH.
Peter the Poet, well known hereabouts,
« committed suicide.
now of Klainath land, the editor of the
Aeronaut L. H. Drrtoooll sustained
Klaoiath Star, waa married recently, the
I was troubled with catarrh for seven allow the throngs of visitors next winter
■ For tickets and full information regarding
Dr. L- B. L awrence of Sonoma, Cal.
rates, maps, etc., call on company's agent
luckv lady being a widow, Mra. Mayfiehl. fatal injury by the ooUapeo of hia baloon years previous t>> commencing the use of
The Dowager Q ueen of W urtem -
Ely’s Cream Balm. It has done for me
Of «-otirae a poet would choose a May at Harper, Kan.
what other so-eslled cures have failed to do to be attached by a rope, so that in case •UBG,
" R. KOEHLER,
E P. ROGERS,
fiehl in which to revel and cavort. That’s
While blasting stumps near Gilroy,
cured me. The effect of the Balm seemed of a mishap if one goes over the wall
Asst.G.F <t Pars Ag
aa natural as rolling off a log.—Pendle A. J. Betterfield had one eye put out —
anes P oweb , city assessor of Port
magics.—Clarence L. Huff, Biddeford, Me. the other must follow.—Chicago Herald.
ton East Oregonian.
•nd an arm nearly severed from his
The case of C. C. Beekman, appellant,
John Clark, an old resident of
H f . nrt V ane M illbank , noted as a
U m and Abaie <>r the Fan.
vs. James Hamlin respondent, appeal
Sparkill, N. J., was struck and killed
duelist, in Switzerland.
b»ve at to bu cent- on every dollar you -pend.
from Ja< kaon county waa argued and
Wrixe for our mammoth catalogue, a COI-page.
F bedehck V ogel , a wealthy Mil
submitted to the supreme court on tbe oeuaul at Copenhagen, has been sen by a locomotive at that place. Mr. and not for abuse. While deriving the
book,containing iHneiratlon and giving lowert man
ufacturer.' price», with manufariuioia'dlecouuU
3d by Prim and Wataon for Beekman tenced to eighteen months at hard labor Clark's death recalls a strange coinci fullest benefit and enjoyment from the waukee tanner, on the steamer Lahn,
of every kind of good, and supplies mannfacinrea
dence. Just ten years ago he was walk grateful breeze which the fan gives on en route from Europe.
and Fitch for Hamlin, as was the case of for theft, fraud and perjury.
and imported into tbe Uruled Slates. Groceries,
ing across the track at the first crossing the hottest day, people should exercise
H. H. Spurlin, respondent, va. J. N.
Household Good-, Furniture, Clothing, Ladies'
Arthur Neal, one of the most widely
Captain F rederick P. W hite of the
and Gents’ Clothing and Furnishing G'sals, Drew
north of the one on which he was killed some discretion in subjecting themselves
Gotcher and G. B. Brietow, appellants,
Good», Wb te Goods, Dry Good», Hals, Caps,
appeal from Jackson county; argued and
when the train that caused hia death to the brisk air motion. A gentleman
Bools and Shoes, Gioves, Notions, Glasswaie,
Stationery, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry. SNverware,
submitted. J. R. Neil attorney for ap been robbed of >M,000 in Beattie by his came along at the same hour and in
Buggiea, Whip«, Agricultural laplemeMB, etc.
pellants. P. P. Prim attorney for re
charge of the same conductor, Abram
OilLY FIRST CLASS GOODS. Catalogue sent
Severe e tas m o prevailed last week on Blauvitt. Before he could get out of much overheated condition and sat down ago, while in command of the City of
on receipt of aft cents for erpressage
We »re the
only concern which »ells at manufacturei»’ price»,
J. C. Ezzell, the mining man, ia busy the great lakes. Over a million dollar»' the way Mr. Clark was struck by the in the full breeze of an electric fan. He Panama, when he refused to surrender
moving a eight-stamp mill from Talent worth ot property waa tost by the engine ard thrown high into tbs air. contracted a heavy cold, which developed to the republic of San Salvador five
manulacturer gives to the wboie-alc Udyor. We
political refugees who were passengers
guarantee all goods as represented: If not lound
to bis mines on Williams creek. Hs wrecking of vessels.
A number ot As he came down he caught hold of a
so, money refunded. Goods sent by express or
weeks' sojourn in a hospital. The elec on hie ship.
finds it is cheaper to have tbe plant fstakttes are reported._______
freight, with privilege ot examination is-tore pay
tric fan is truly "a boon and a blessing
hauled by wagen than by rail. Mr.
A. KAKPEX A < O.,
ing as he grasped the poll, "I ain't dead to men,” but its use must be accompa
122 Quincy street, ChlfeSgo, 111.
Ezzell, on bis return, bought a ticket for
Granta Paes, but waa put off by the
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield. III.. yet."
nied by discretion.—Pittsburg Dispatch.
Coosiipution, Smcul Bue Beaus.
conductor at Central Point. The “con” ■ makes the statement that she caught cold,
bed taken up the ticket but gave no which settled on her lun^s; she was treated
An Electric Hallway In liruasel».
A salary of Si’i to 850 per ween to GOOD aeenta
check and afterwards seemed to have I for a month bv her family physician, but during post twelve years,! tried Ely’s Cream
PROGRESS IX CHINA.
to repreaent u« in every euunty.audtc'l our p -ral
An electric railway is proposed be
’forgotten that he ha«i taken up the ticket.
.1. j - f . i vunu, and QOvernment Lan(j Locator. Tlloaa Men
victim or consumption and that no year sine« I stopped using it and have bad tween Antwerp and Brussels, and a de The Wheels Move Slowly in the
WHO WAMT Sir-AOt BllI'LOTMftWt NKED
Mr. Ezzell will file suit for damages lbss
medicine could cure her Her druggist no return of catarrh. 1 recommend it to all mand for a concession to construct the
tatal'igne n«:<l particular» Mut on.recelpt
against the company.—Granta Paaa suggested Dr. King’s New Discovery for my friends.— Milton T. Palm, Reading, Pa.
t ■ -etl’e tor expreasage.
His Majesty the Emperor of China and the
line is now before the Belgian govern
a . KAurrvrf < <>
Consumption; she bought a bottle and to
“ Son of Heaven ” is enjoying a train of min
lyylyntwi street, < I.
• , > .
Lord Tennyson has completed his
1 her delight found herself benefited frotu
iature railroad cars, presented to him by tbe
AVING gained a complete knowledge of the lay of the land in this country by ac
T1»v CKy Sportuaaa.
I first dose. She continued its use and after eighty-third year. He was born on Aug. making the journey by rail at present is French syndicate of capitalists who wish to
tual experience, I am thereby enabled to give strangers seeking information the
Only the other day the writor was taking ten bottles, found herself sound and 6, 1809, and is nearly five months older > one hour, and it is expected this could get contracts for building railways.
est of satisfaction. Locating on government lands a specialty.
In China, they will wonder at its steam
standing by tho highway just out of a well, now does her own housework anil is than Mr. Gladstone. The Poet Laureate I be reduced by the installation of an
Maine village which is a favorite with 1 of this Great Discovery at E. E. Winchester spent his birthday at his summer resi electric system to twenty-five minutes. which are now being introduced into the
visitors, when he waa startled by the A Co.’s drugstore, large bottles 50c. and dence, Aidworth, on the Blackdown —Exchange,
holiest of Chinese sanctuaries, cannot but
BEST IN TUE WOELD.
turn their eyes to our civilization. It will
near report of a gun aud a shower of »100.
hills, near Haslemerc, with Lady Ten
not be long ere a material advancement will
Itswaario« qaalitlaeare nuaui
ahot all about him. A moment later a
Blr.ru Car r.mpioyeea.
crutlaating two boxe» ot
nyson and his son, the Hon. Hallam Ten- i DRUNKENNESS, OR THE LIQUOR be made in tbe science of medicine, which
•Oectodbybeat. ta>-<¿ET’VMJ»‘^LA LJNE.
young "Ik«ton aporUmau” came tearing
In a communication to the New York nyson.
Habit, Cured at Home in Ten
FOB SALE BY DEALEBB OEÿEJiAibï^Jur
out of the bushes an<l in brvathl«ee haate
upon their civilization.
HARRIS & MURPHY BROS.,
Day» by AdtniniHtering Dr.
Advertiser Mr. John Henry makes the
- city -
The missionaries are doing much to dispel
shunted, "Did 1 hit it!” What "It" may
St. Louis will have an attractive fea
charge that on some of the lines of street
Ladies, Pay Attentldtf.
the mysticism and reverent awe which the
ture during the World's fair celebration
have been does not appear, but tho wiald-
It can be given in a glass of beer, a cup of Chinaman holds for the concoctions of
cars in New York city the drivers and
in the shape of an immense illuminated coffee or tea. or in food, without the knowl snakes, toads, lizards, etc., prepared by the
er of the shotgun was the representative
HY WILL YOU .SLFli^. when
conductors are compelled to work fifteen
globe with the different continents, etc., edge of the parient. Ufa absolutely harm- native doctor. They recommend standard
of a class which is making free rambling
you could vet relief bi-Usin^ the ta-
hours a day. He calls attention to an
painted on its surface.
ia the womb» dangerous —Cor. Boston
! ruous, well known remedy yj itipq Hlos-
| cure, whether the patient is a moderate known in America and Europe, such aa Dr.
other outrage put upon the employees
l som, a sure specific for all tneTrouble- and
drinker or an alcoholic wreck. It has been Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, a remedy
by the street car syndicate. It is the
Opened at the old Ashland market stand on i sutlerings peculiar to the sex. when it lias
1 given in thousands of cases, and in everv for all casee of blood-taints or humors, which
cured thousands who stand’ reads to give
Main street, facing the bridge.
*A fa has
A A f
- I 1 A^l
f L has had years of uninterrupted success in the
Some of «he reason« why Germetuer is practice of compelling the employees to is beautiful
, with a bad skin, covered
? .wl,n 1 I instance a A WA«»f»S»»e
I testimony of its great virtue» and mirative
tan. I have never fails. The system once impregnated
impregn...^- United States, and numbers its cures by the
Passenger Coach to Every Train.
the on I v reliable household remedy are- pay full fare when riding over the lines pimples, freckles, moth or fan.
qualities.* Ladies, renieiiiber iu« llie old,
1. it is pleasant to lake. 2. It is absolutely from their homes to the point where been asked many times what will remove with the specific, it: becomes an utter im- tens of thousands. T. a is a point gained for
Shop thoroughly renovated and re ' tried and true, your friend in trouble and
exist, the future Welfare of the Drogorr.en Empire. Vfa. Freight moved alont town at rates
harmless. 3. It makes no mistakes in di they go to work and from their work these unstghtlv blemishes. No face paints | possibility for the liquor appetite
‘tite to exist.
time of need. Give no credence to these
or powders will remove them, as thev are . cures guaranteed. 48 page book
agnosis. but goes right to ths root of dis
iM>k of partic
new and worthless compounds that are
LO ER THAN ANY ONE ELSE.
cau«ed bv impure bl.Kxi, The onlv sure | ulars
<ll>rs free. Address the G oldin
ease by purifying the blood and toning the back to their homes. Both of the charge
‘ flooding the markets. For sale bv
remedy 1 have ever seen is Sulphur Bitters, C q ., 185 Race Street. Cincinnati. Ohio.
We have a soap that will please you. It
nerve«. 4. It does not simply patch ur but are fully proved.
MKB. M. ROBERTS,
and in hundred« of cases I have never
smeils sweet, don't chap the bands, a fine
Fire wood of all kinds delivered any-
radically ocazs. Try it and use nothing else.
Helman street, near the Youle A Gilroy
known them to fail.—Editress Fashion Oa-
Prevent and curf Constipation aad Sink-
washer, and will save you money. O.
One Bmoll Bile Bean every- night fori
i ton, Veal, Pork, Sausage», etc.
! planing mill.
where n town at lowest prices.
HratlThr, £maU Bite Beuit«
Oats for sale by Crocker Oroctry Co.
week arouse TorpM Liven. Zsc. per botua
F xclusively Ï first Ï class . ]
Between San Francisco and Portland.
MAX PRACHT, Prop.
PELTON & NEIL, Profl’s.
Beef, Pork and Mutton.
EAST AND SOUTH
And will be sold at our well known
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
Hats, Caps, etc.
CaS-^ntss and Bovs Olotlxixxs;.
J. M. McCALL.
FOR MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
Etc., Kept in This Country, Go To
MONET SAVED IS MONET MADE.
GARLAND STOVES & RANGES.
CROSS-CUT SAWS, LANTERNS, GUNS,
WE WILL PAY
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