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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1892)
General News Item»
Ex Pr mi' r Mercier of Canada was
George Sontag, convicted at Fresno of
Cure for Col,)«. F«vers r.nd General De
acquit: d at •, bee of charges of mal
The People’s party parade Saturday
train robbery, haa b«eti sentenced to life
bility. Small Bile Beaus. 25c. per t> vile.
feasance in otrl e.
was the largest political procession ever
Another revoluti .;i ha broken out in
Josef Hoffman, the boy pianist, is held in Ashland, 39 teams being iti line,
It i« reported the United Stat« eugi Bio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
Th« People’s Paper
thought to be losing his mind. He lias besides men on horseback. A big crowd
M t . P leasant , T exas ,
neer- favor San Pedro, Cal., as a harbor
PrrrsBVBo, P jl ,
An Esquimau baby was born at Jack- been overworked.
was in town. .!•« Waldroop held an
aa against Santa Monica.
302Wy lie Ave., Jan. 29/0
overflow audience in Gainard's opera
eon Park, Chicago, a few days ago.
Suffered S months with
Prince George, heir apparent to the house spell bound for two and a half
The government lias bought the Siletx
One of my workmen fell
Diptheria continue^ its ravages at
Etrain of back; could not
Indian reservation in Oregon. The In Philadelphia. From Jan. 1 to Oct. 31 English throne, is to be marriedin May. hours. The Ashland band headed tlie
from a ladder, lie sprained
procession. Anson Jacolis was grand
1893, to the Princess May.
walk straight; used two
Cal. Bob Miller voted tbe Pennoyer | dians get $142,000 for 180,000 acres.
and bruised his arm very
1,095 deaths w re rej rted.
marshal and S. JI. Holt introduced the
badly. He used
Several buildings were burned at Dry
In a law suit at Paris recently, it was
St. Jacobs Oil,
St. Jacobs Oil
aecretary of the treasury, has sent his
Preai daat Harrtoon, it ee«me, is fated caused by tbe overturning of a lamp.
was cured. No pain ill
was cured In four
a torch light processtar. which made a
makers employed todies as walking ad
to toe tho laat oí the Mohicans.
Enoch Daria, convicted of murdering vertisements.
C. H. Hunt, formerly chief of police very creditable appearance.
M. J. IVALLACE.
FRANZ X. GOKLZ.
On one of the cartoons was a picture
Alter the ttb of Marrti look out in our his wife at Provo, Utah, was given his
Evidence haa been produced which of Prov: !* ni •, R. I., has been appointed
^oraraaiant lor radical change«—in po«t- choice of death—to lie »hot or hanged. , •hows the city of C ncago has been chief of the I’ortlan I police, vice E. W. bands in a declamatory attitude. On top
He chose the bullet.
F'blx-ii of thousands of dollars by clerks Spencer removed.
were the words “Look out or I’ll apit ou
In endeavoring to stop a runaway hi the water department.
Dr. Heber Newton of New York has vou
_! '. ” On the side was "V alley
Clavalaixd «boold invite Dave Hill into team at Hillsboro, Or., a young man
been acquired of the charges of heresy R e : cokd
” and on the bottom "The Farm-
bto cabiaat. That New Y«rk victory ie named Cornelius ■ wv> run over and
by the comiuis-ion appointed by Bishop era ......
’ Eli. .” [The management have our
dM to Hill'a work in disrupting the re- kiileil.
thanks for free advertising.)
the spirit and success with which he Potter to investigate the charges.
pflblie»n machine in that «tate.
Fire crackers and cow-bellsdrow'nedfhe
Have nothing to do with the price of
Steamboats ascending the Yamhill sustained the principle of religious free
Emma Mosstaan, who stands six feet
cheer« for Harrison aud Weaver offered
TLa voter« voted that the "great pros
up bv the nun.-trous kid fraternity. At
Boston Boy’s Eyesight
perity’’ of thia country wasn’t dis- thu winter. Obstructions iu the river
The total number of Chinese who tix feet eleven inches, were married at Granite hall, B. R. Willets waa chairman
6aved~Perhaps His Life
titoitod io the rirht place. Like cam- in Oregon are being rapidly removed.
entered Canada and paid a poll tax of Bank Centro. Minn. Gilbert is a mu- and speeches Were made by Poatmaater ,
palgo txiodJe, it waa in the hamto of the
Hammond, S|>ecial Treasury A ent M: x
For the first time in seven years Chi $5e each during the fl-cal year ending aentn freak.
By Hood’s Sarsaparilla— Blood Poi-
nese are employed in Tacoina. They June 30, 1892, was 3,276. as against 2,114
De, utv Coroner Dean of Kansas City i Bracht and Pension Agent Hursh of j
■oued by Canker.
are working on the docks. The Long-
went to sleep with a key in his month. I
Thia waa a nice pleasant campaign, •bori-men's union threatens to drive tbe during the previous year.
When you can get them
[ ladies choir furnished vocal music.
from a grateful motheri
Dr. Frederick Courtney, a spiritual
the beet of humor prevailed, and harsh,
istic medium, was expo ed at Detroit. key. An operation will have to be per Crocker Grocery Co. have a find si lock old, and it left him very weak and with blood I
biggotted utterances were laughed at, in
of bunch era»« butter from Klamath and
Byron C. Kittrell of Modesto wa« During a se »ce the spirit of a departed formed to relieve him.
*i«c« of being
boini answered with black
Lake counties. Sold at a bargain by tbe »•taonea wirk canker. His eyes bouMM
them» and «teillalahs.
accidentally shot and killed by hto relative was .-cized by William Cox, and
Dr. A. Reeves Ja kson of Chicago 1« tub.
so i nfl a m ed that his sufferings were intease, aa<
affi meed. Miss Annie Veaxey, while it t u rned out to be Courtney.
for seven weeks he
at the j«,int of death from a stroke of
Tba ioaailized gray matter in the cocoa- I «hooting at a target The young lady ia
Overcoat Lost or Strayed
Could Not Open Hie Eyes.
affl •! tba Oregon democratic Isx-ses i prostrated.
Carver of Phoenix while at the par
at Washington, D. C. At midnight re it the profession as a distinguished gyne tv Eben
faataatioMa mianatned leaders; sii<>uld lie
hat I took him twice during that time to the By«
cently they lvxun cannoding the cologist and medical writer. With the an overcoat, tieariv new. No. 37. and of a and Ear Infirmary on Charles street, but their
token to Chicago and exhibited as one of
tbawo u dwf Ul cwriroRw'— 4 th»great west. ■ mitted suimde by inhaling gas. He at- heavens to precipitate moisture. No general public he had acquired celebrity color between brown, grav and black. It remedies failed to do him the faintest shadow
' ta«heu a rubber tuba to tlie fixture, rain fell, but the wrath of the citizens as a prototype <>f “My friend, the Doc contain*d a pair of driving gloves and a of good. 1 commenced giving him Hood’s sep29-4t]
and it soon cured him. I have
It ia aurpriaing what littlo foresight or turued on the gas and placed tbe other who were kept awake all night is tre tor,” in Mark Twain’s “laaocanta ladv’s veil. When last seen it was hanging Sarsaparilla
on a nail in the dressing room.
Please never doubted that It saved Ma aigte, even
judgment alleged public men Lave. The end in his mouth.
leave the same at the Rx< oitu office or de U ms hie very life. You may use this to«,
racaat «lection prove« what the R ecord
ttraomal in any way yon ebooee. I«m alw«M
Woodland, Cal., is having a substantial
The trial of Frofa—or Ohartaa A, liver to owner.
Marion Leonard, well known about
randy to sound tho probe of
baa always maintained, that the average improvement boom. A $2d,0u0 sewer
politician haa no more real genuine sense system has just been completed, a $25,- Chicago, ha« sued the physician of the
Toboggan maple syrup» of guaranteed
Dunning insane asylum to recover $16. nary for heresy began Wadaaaday at purity sold by Crocker Grocery Co.
than a abaapbarder.
OGG city hall u nearly finished and work Mi .is Leonard says she Ix't the doctor $15 New York. The trial will probably bt
beeat’f » of the wonderful good It did my sob .*
A btub F. B lackman , 2898 Washln-tan St,
That waa ■ great compliment Harritv has beguu on a |35,00<) extension to the that she could escape from the inatiiu- a very tong one, for after both «id« rest
Bo te .'? ?.
c t HOOD'S.
aad the oatioaal and state committees waterworks system.
tion, and when she won the bet he <te- the doors will lie closed and the presby
paid PaoMyar, and it waa alao a great
Tbe district court at Ogden baa de dined to pay.
IT- ■ y;
XBpliKMt the manner in which the cided a heavy damage suit against the
, member may make a speeeh when he
datnacratic maebinerv oheved our ainton Southern Pacific. George Woods, a
votes and all t he members of the presby
Tlie difference between
pVt Jafcraonian democratic governor.
bridge builder, waa killed while in the dist.ict of Toujiskv, Poland, they die- tery are likely to express their opinion.
Joy's and all other Saxta-
pariuas is Ibis: Every
employ of the company. The widow
Mr. Sand of London, Eng., who came
The Bacean came in on the home brought suit for |3o,UU0 damages and covered the decomposed bodiee of nine
other Sarsaparilla wo
•Irateb in goad trim, though receiving a
know of contains potash.
It is not known whether the person«
poar start lour months ago. Not only
It Is v. cU-known that pot
R. C. and G. W. Brown, publisher« oi were murdered or whether the cellar in scheme to establish a co-operative steel
tba People*« party, but the national De
ash taken intcma'.fy cau
mocracy was with US, and Dan Murphy, Tbe Arizona Enterprise at Tucson, were which they were found had been used plant, says that he has an option on a
ses eruptions upon tho
Willow Springs District,
John >. Markley and Gov. Pennoyer, •ach fined $100 and sentenced to thirty as a secret burial place.
tract of 90,GOO acres of land located in
faccandncik. Yon hare
anil sixty days’ impiisoument respect
Grand Chief Missimer, of the Brother
WO AND ONE-HALF MILES from
' ‘ pari'.la for that p’m; ly
ively for contempt. They published an
rich in coal ami iron. According to M t .
Gold Hill, 5 miles from Central Point.
Fuab Ute Eood work along bv increas attack on the court and jury which con hood of Carmen, says that railroad labor Sand’s proposition the Homestead men akin. Unlem you took Joy's yon were surprised
Grain. Fruit and Alfalfa land.
tag tk« influence of the F. A. A I. U. victed them of criminal libel again.«t a
to fmd that it actually created more eruptions
new bard-tinished house, 500 young
for employers in the shape of an inter- j
That was cimply tho action of tho pota h. Now
T m K. of L.. too, is a good thing, but Citizen.
peach and prune tree». 50 hearing apple
national organization which includes ; dicatc agrees to invest $4,000,000 in a Joy’s lieing the latest avoid: potash. Thus vyhen trees.
wa haven’t them hero to any considerable
Go acre» under plow, 100 acres fenced.
Turnkey Howard French of the Idaho every railroad employe from trackman | co-operative plant.
taken to relieve pimples I; a tually dissi ates Nice location. Good water. Near school.
Boom the non-partisan al
liance, which educates the people to the
This is one of the choice-1 farms in the
up. The organization, he said, would
Over 25,000 people knelt and prayed at them. It is the only Sarsaparilla that cleatiaea
A prisoner suddenly became crazy and be in shape l>efore January, and meet the graves of their departed at the vari- the b'.ood without causing the ugly potash erup valley, and can he had at a bargain.
monatreaittea of plutocracy.
French entered the cell to capture him. ings were now being held throughout on# Catholic cemeteries in Cincinnati, tions. A ct sc:
Inquire of K. E. MINER. Owner,
■' Being troubled with carbuncles on my face
So Jacksonville ie the banner republi Th ' maniac dropped to the floor and the country.
i The occasion was tlie celebration of All and neck, a well-known Sarsaparilla actually
can town in thacountv. The l»>sseeover seized French’s leg with his teeth and
It has been discovered that the roofs ! 8ouls* day, which is observed by prayers mado matters worse. Upon changing to Joy’s
there are dyed-in-the-wool bourlxtns did not tot go until beaten insemible
of the great Machinery hall and the for the release of souls from purgatory. they be-an to Cry up. -nd in two weeks my face
Tbev "fuaa” with each other uvainat the with a pair of handcuffs.
Fishery building at the World's Fair
Forty thousand people witnessed the wm as well aud smooth as ever.”
whole ceonty. There is no Nomocracy
An Australian has just visited San teak, snd the rain l:a- done considerable great bombardment of Fort Sullivan,
K obket S tewart , Petaluma, Cal.
or repnblicanietu in them. They are
Francisco and Victoria, B. C., to inves dtunageto tha decorations in these build which was the most elaborate and suc
Mt and out bourbons.
tigate the beet possible arrangements to ings The other mammi >th roofs also let cessful pyrotechnic display’ ever seen in
Tbe laat five day < of the campaign was; be made for the establisinuKit of a line of in tlie water, but the only damage sus the South. The bombardment was the
^Sarsaparilla To huv, build and improve your home at
devoted toeack paitv betting the other on steamers from Australia. He says large tained was in the Machinery hall and great feature of the gala week at
an average interest raieof only 1% per cent.
ebatsach claimed. The money power has ( number»! of Australian« are coming to
potash Sarsaparilla but Insist Allow 12 years time in which to repay loans
so corrupted politic« that the next cam the World's Fail' next year aud th« pas Fishery building, where the artists have Charleston, S. C.
tn Joy's. Most modem, samo price.
by small monthly instalments.
paign if tbe olii republican party lives long \
been at work.
A bloody fight occurred on a Santa
vestors big returns with ahao'ete security.
«aou«b to bare another < amnaign with the I senger traffic alone would pay hand
Fa train near Ardmore, I. T. Four
*16 democratic party, will be nothing but i somely.
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
L I l ANO1JE. \gent.
guilty in the case of Charles Mills, who negroes traveling in the smoking car re
betting «nd there will tie slim attempt at
Lieut. Frederick G. Bchwatku, who put railroad iron and ties on the track
Medford. Or. Fine Line of Imported Goods.
r«a*ealng anything out.
HEREAS, one J. D. Atwater did ex
commanded the expedition to the Arc I near Eugene, Or. The jury was satis sented the presence of three United
ecute and deliver to Oscar Ganiard
States marshals who entered, remarking
Prices Lower Than Ever.
in Jackson countv. State of Oregon, a cer
Th« Arena Magazine prints "The tic which went after the remains of Sir fied that Mills placed tlie obstruction on that the ear wus reserved for negroes.
l’eople'a Battle Hymn” by Prof. James |
the track, but Judge Fullerton in Deputy Smith remarked that white men three hundred dollars ($300), which said
G. Clark atul praises it highly as a tine from an overdose of laudanum takeu to structed them that, as the man, after could ride where they chose. A quarrel chattel
mortgage was on the said 22d day
production both in music and language. ' relieve a stomach pain. The lieutenant doing the crime, liad repented and in
of September, 1890, duly tiled in the office
Gen. Weaver has paid it a high eom-
formed the railroad officials of his aot, anti killed the deputy. General shooting of the C< untv Clerk of -aid County of Jack-
plimeat and it ia no doubt to-day the country tn scientific circles.
son and by bint recorded in Vol. 3 of chat
main campaign «one of the People’s
tel mortgage records on page 84, and the
C. R. Brinkley, a Los Angela« capital oonviction.
'•id Oscar Ganim-d did duly die and affix
party ol the United Rtatw
ist, has had Claude Hill arreated for
to said chattel mortgage his two affidavits
John Lachner, one of the best known
A daring robbery took place on the
embezzlement. Both are from Memphis
renewal, as follows: One on the 8th day
Gan. Weaver, in his Ashland siw*ech and were old friends. Hill arrived at citizens of Lawrenceburg, Ind., died Btoux City train near Mlaaouri valley, of
of September, 1891, and one on the 30 h
early in the campaign Mated that Barri-
day of September. 1«92, as by law provided
•on bad been eliminated from the ean- i Los Angel«« without money and waa been bitten by a cat wliite at work iu a la. Max Pollock, representing a Naw And whereas tho conditions <>f said mort
VaM; that tho tight was between Weaver
distillery. He feared hydrophobia, and <15,000 worth of diamonds. He wee gage have been broken and the sum se
cured to be paid bv said mortgage has long
and Cleveland. As the returns were , Hili home and kept hitn. Hill repaid immersed his arm in a tnb of spirits.
doming in it looked at one time ns if I his friend by embezzling $8»Ki and, it ia He then drank a quart of whisky. He sitting in tlie smoking car when two since become due and is still in part- un
paid. I will in behalf of the said Oscar
Harricon would hold only eight states said, caused the breaking up of Brink- became pale and trembled after this and passengers put cn masks and approached Ganiard,
in pur-oance of a power of
him with daawn t ‘■'“■•lvers.
lvers. Pollock re sale in and
intact and that Weaver would carry 1 ley’s iamily.
said chattel mortga e contains,
sisted, and was :' ■ twice and badly offer for sale and sell at public auction to
The property of the Oregon aud Wash home he retired to his room and died
beaten with as
ag. The robbers the highest bidder for ca-h on the
ingion Railroad company, which has within an hour without speaking a word. secured Pollocl
Ths news as to what u figure the
21st day of November, 1892,
General Miles has just completed his Stopped the Gai
People’« party cut in this campaign is been in the hands of a receiver since last
at the place known as the Wagner Jheek
annual inspection of Indian reserva
very meagre. Jav Gould’s asaociated
mill al>out. 4 miles fromTalent.^Mfrk-
Mary A. Kohacke, aged 17, of Cincin saw
son county, ttrecn at 2 o’clock p. m . of
press monopoly is not the kind of in i sale. The new corporation is known as tions. The general states that the con
Fortify Against It.
said day, ibe following discrila-d goods and
stitution to preeent the achievements of ■the Washington and Columbia River dition of affairs is satisfactory excepting
chattels sold »nd conveyed to the sa>d
• MW and enterprisi g party in a Railway company. C. B. Wright of aniong the Cheyennes and Arapahoes,
Ganiard bv the said J. D. Atwater by
“Au ounce of prevention is worth a pound
theatrical manner. In fact it will Philadelphia is the almost exclusive The latter tribe he expects will go on hopeless, but Gustave Hoyer, a horse Oscar
said chattel mortgage viz: One steam -aw of cure.”
•taadily use its niivhlv influence to owner of the new company, holding all the warpath unless the government takes
mill together with steam engine and boiler;
The near approach of cholera and the
•mother all interest, except where it is its bonds, amounting to $4,175,000, and
he could cure the girl. Hoyer placed three yoke of oxen, one log truck wagon
ootapelled to alate meagre Im ts, in the t nearly all of its capital stock of $3,000,- «tens immediately to relieve them from the girl’s legs in boiling hot water and and all of the mill tools, impletnenis, danger ibreaiening that it may become epi
in this country and probab'y reach
naw child. You can hear about wlist ' to)0. W. D. Tyler of Tacoma is the pres threatened starvation. This he attri kept them there for half an hour, de machinery and appurlences belonging to demic
butes to their ignorance of agriculture, spite her screams. He then put on and used at saia saw mid, to satisfy the this section invests ibe probability with
the republicans and democrats carried
more substantial dread than a “scare.”
by wire, but you will have to get vour ident and manager of the new company. tbe poor character of the soil and their bandages soaked with liuiment. When sum now due on the note secured by said How to keep the dread disease from our
informatton concerning the populists bv
loved nation is now the one question before
the bandage« were removed the flesh costs of sale an i $20 attorney’s fees.
■ail. Some day the government will vented a device to protect the oranges
the American people. It is of great im
The Stowager automatic telephone ex was cooked. The girl died. Hoyer has
Ashland, Oregon, Nov. 9th, 1892.
Agent for Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of
portance to us that it be barred front the
run thia monopoly and give the people from frost. Briefly described the con change was successfully tested at La
J. II. R eal ,
the tame access to it as they have to the trivance consists of a hundred gallon Porte, led., a few days ago. It will do
Constable for Ashland. Jackson county, East, but of more importance that it be San Francisco—one of the be st in the United States.
hat red trout our own borders. The most
Last fall the school board of Craw- Oregon.
U. B. malto.
iron cask on each acre filled with oil, away with the central office telephone
important question with every man who
i fordsville, Ind., established a room for
has a Lome is Itow to bar it from 4hat borne.
from which two pipes run along be
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Tba Orovon democratic editor had a1 tween the rows of trees, with half a girl. On the telephone shelf is a row of incorrigibles, where the unruly boys of
Every man should see that the premises on
•plaudit! opportunity thia time of writing dozen elbows to the acre twenty feet
which his family lives is thoroughly reno
all grades were to be watched over by a
bla: Mil down an * n of the worst kind of
HEREAS; Bessie L. Messenger and vated and disiniectec. for cholera is given
' stout man with a club. Charles McAl
mute variety. And he did it tn perfec- apart, over which are flat sheet iron I the release key. The subscriber who lister. a brawny plowboy, was recently
11 C. Messenger, of Jackson county. up to he a germ disease ami the man wbo
State of Oregon, did. at said county and gives opportunity for the germ to burrow,
tioa. Hia main campaign atarted off in pans, into which oil spatters and burns wishes to place himself in communica
thrive and multiply tn or arou .d his home
In the Circuit Court of tlie State of Ore
turning on the floodgates of vile vitnpera- as it vaporizes. Burning at the rate of tion with some one of the other hundred put in charge, and opened up by thrash state on the 8th day of June, 1890. sell, con doe-
In the Circuit Court 'or tbe State of Ore
so at the peril of not only himself and gon for the County of Jackson.
tion, abnae and villification on Gov.
or thousand sub-criders taps out the de
gon for tbe County of Jackson.
F«nnoy«r, Gen. Weaver, Mrs. Lease and tensely hot flame is made, which rises sired number on the keyboard which
and chattels, viz: One 30 horse sei con But the work should not stop with the
of Minus Walker, deceased. Plaintiff, Mary E. Mann, Plaintiff |
tba popnllsto generally. In his stupid several feet and and creates also a dense automatically connects his wire with 1 ets full of stones to stone him, but the tained boiler and engine complete, No. 4163, house and premises. Every uiatt should heirs
vs. C. H. Harris, Mary Harris, James Har
aaainioity be went the whole length and smudge. The cost of the plant is about that of the person with whom he wishes ! teacher seized each boy as he entered with to feet of 12 in< li belting, also one see that his physical system and that of ris, et al. Defendants.
John F. Mann, Defendant)
•boated himself hoarse calting on every $25 per acre, and the oil should not cost
medium double saw-mill complete. No. every member of his hou-ehold is thor
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of
To John F. Mann, the above named De
purged of all impurities and germs
body to "vote for democratic principles.” over $7 sn acre in the coldest winter. It to speak.
with the stones. A few days later Mc 149 i, with 52-inch Disston saw, with <10 feet oughly
disea-e. The carelessness of one person an execution, judg-nent, order and decree fendant:
As evidence of how serious the navy Allister again started in to flog the of 12-incb belling, manufactured by said of
Tbe national committee caught the brav
and order nf sale issued out of and under
N THE NAME of the state of Oregon.
Russell .t Co., to secure the payment of max bring a scourge upon the entire com- ■ he seal of tbe Circuit Court of the State of
ol tho Oregon aae and told him to vote is believed that this method will be department regards affairs at Honolulu 1 whole crowd, when two of them at- $1920.61,
You are hereby required to appear and
and said chattel m rtgage wa* duly 111; nity. ¡low shall the risk be reduced to Oregon, or the County of Jackson, and to
for Pierce, the populist who aava he
anti how closely this government is 1 tacked him with knives. He seized a filed in the office of tbe County < 'lerk of said the minimum? Certainly by that which
answer the complaint of the above
doen’t believe in any portion of the Chi
watching British movements in Hawii, 1 chair and knocked Walter Britton sense Jackson county, on the 11th day of June, will most thoroughly purge the system of her. 1892 upon a decree and judgment of Plaintiff in tbe above entitled Court, now
on file with the Clerk of said Court, within
germs and put it in the mo-t thor
cago platform! The Oregon democratir 1 wherever there is danger of frost.
it is stated that the cruiser Boston is in less, and then oeat the other with his 1891, and Allen Seidel, the attorney in fact disease
foreclosure in said Court render,d on the
editor obeyed like a tbomuuhbred j u k-
for said Russell & Co. did <>n the 2Gth day ough working order. What will do this? 23d day of .-epietnber. 1892 tn favor of tbe ten davs from tbe date of tbe service oi this
structed to remain in harbor constantly. fl.«t.s, while the whole room h-'W’led and of
Summons upon you, if served in this Coun
Mav, 1892. duly renew -aid chattel
aaa and brayed forth that vou must vote
It was these ins ructions, it is said, that ’ pelted their teacher with stones and mortgage hy attaching thereto and filing say there is but one true answer, viz: Dr. above named Plaintiff and against the De ty, Oregon; but if served within any other
for Fierce, too! Finally the national outlaw, was killed by a sheriff's posse.
Ku g’s Royal Germetuer. We attempt no fendants above named for the sum of Six
of the State of Oregon, then within
Twenty-two buildings were burned a* prevented the captain of the Boston books. McAllister has been arrested bis affidavit • f renewal a- attorney in fact deceit, bo fat as we know Germetuer has Hu.alreii and Twentv-three ($623) Dollars county
committee took another twist nt the tail
twenty days of the date of the service of
of said Bussell <t Co. as required by law
of the lonir-eared Oregon animal (tn vet Brooklyn, destroying $500,000 worth cd
thi« summons upon you; or it served by
for asssault with intent to kill, and the And whereas the sum of $1820.61 and in never lieen trad on choiera but it has cured
altornei s fees and the further sunt of One
the missing boat of the bark WiMiain whole town is stirred up.
at hto brain«) and the democratic editor property.
terest there 'll at ten per cent, per annum every kindred disease and is the undisput Hundred and Thirty-two and 98-100(1132.98) publication of summons then by the first
Campbell. The captain was criticized
told the laithful to vote for Gen. Weaver!
from February 15th. 1892. of the sum se ed conqueror of all ebm D iseases , and Dollars costs and disbursements, and the day of the next term of thia Court, to-wit:
A terrible railroad wreck took place cured
the 5tli day of December, 1892; and you are
Wbataaorry apectacl« the democratic The President Designate» Nov. «4
by said chattel mortgage is still due those who know ns record honestly believe
severely for lii« non-action, but liis
of and upon said wr.t. and in favor of hereby notified that if you fail to appear
near the towu of Think, in Yorkshire, and unpaid and owing to said Russell A that it will both prevent and cute cholera. costs
argaaa presented! 8u«h humiliation
.Mclto lgal A Southwick, a corporation, and
Day of Thanksgiving.
'o . and the conditi'ns of sai l mortgage There Lave been several instance- in which against C. H. Harris. Mary Harris, et al, and answer said complaint, as hereby re
•booh! break the heart of even an ass.
tary of the navy, who fears to leave Eng. The east coast express from Edin < having
quired, the Plaintiff will demand the relief
chi dreti were left b.v prominent physicians
the sum of $1034.30, together with the prayed for in her complaint, to-wit: for a
All of which goes to show that a news
to die with Cho.era Intaniuni and a few
American interests unprotected for ons
train at a point where the track rune
paperman should tie a man of .sufficient issued: “The gifts of God to our people day.
decree and judgment of said Court as fol
doses ot Gertueiuer cured them. Older
JSfhday of November. 189!,
]>eopie with the most stubborn bowel dis herein, commanding me to make sale of lows:
judgement aa to look out for himself, during the past year have been so abun
along an embankment. The engine of
1st, That the bonds of matrimony now
the ranch of Mrs. Ellen Wells in town- eases have had similar experiences, and
though he i« cavorting around in a barn dant and so special that the spirit of
the express train on striking the freight at
ship N<>. 38 «outh of range 3 east of Wil Getmetuer’s unparatelled success in pre «atisty said judgment, attorney fee«, costs existing between tbe Plaintiff and Defend
yard of jackasses.
devout thanksgiving awaits not a call,
reared up, toppled over and fell into the lamette Meridian in Jackson county, Ore venting and curing diseases of this charac and accruing costs:
I ant be forever dissolved and that she be re
I have levied upon and will on
but only the appointment of a day when in its suburbs. The board of affairs had field at the side of the track, followed gon. at the hour of 2 o’clock p. st of said ter wai rants the position taken above and
lieved from all marital relations with or
Salem Statesman, before election.!
responsibilities to Defendant.
it may have common expression. He the matter under consideration, aud it by all the passenger coaches. The wreck day oiler for sale and sell at public auction appeals to every man to begin its use at
Saiui-rlay, November 12th, 1SO2,
tloyernor Pennoyer is going to obev has stayed pestilence at our doors. He was besieged by 200 women from Fair at once took fire and an awful scene en to the highest bidder for ca-h, all of the once. Germs are undoubtedly the cause of i at 2 o’clock f. M. of said day. at the Court 2d, Thai she lie decreed to have the care
the order« of the men in authority in the has given us more love for free civil in mount, who urged the passage of the sued. Passengers were in many cases good«, chattel« and personal property here nearly all diseases. Destroy the germs and House di or in Jacksonville. Cregon, sell at ami custody of their said minor children.
John W. Mann and luuldie I>. Mann, and
inbefore descrilted to sati't.v said sum of the diseases cannot exist.
It is the re-ult |
democratic party, and vote straight for
bill establishing the right of way in tliat
Gl and intere-t a- aforesaid, and the of fifteen years’ stud., of a regular doctor i public au tion to the highest bidder tor that she have judgment of this Court
the Weaver electors. That’s tho sort of stitutions, in the creation of which Hi« portion of the city. An attempt was pinned under the debris, and several $1820
cash in hand the w Ji of s e J4 and « Ji of s agmnst tbe Defenoant for the costs and
were burned to death before help could
directing provideuce is so conspicuous.
democrat be is.
the same, and the sum of $o0fri attorney s wond. Price $1.<X> per bottle. For sale by w Ji see 14 tp 3G s, r 1 w. and the n Ji of n disbursements of this suit and for such
made by the secretary of the board to
e Ji and lots one (1). eight (8) and nine <9, other and further relief as to the Court may
It to related that a prominent demo He has awakened deeper reverence for disperse the ladies by promises of action reach th- tn. Some who were perfectly fees.
I sec 23 tn 36 s, r 1 w. being 311.61 acres more seem equitable and just.
conscious begged in a most pitiful way
crat oome time ago questioned Governor the law. Ho has widened our phil
Ashland. Oregon. Nov. loth. 1892.
ROYAL GERMETUER COMPANY, i or less in Jacksoncountv, Oregon,
J H. REAL.
This summons is published in tbe V al
Pennoyer what was to be done in the anthropy by a call to succor distress in in the matter, but they protested, not for the help which could not be given
JOHN E. PELTON,
ley R ecoup by the order of Hon. H. K.
Constable.for Ashland. Jackson count},
13 B Polk Street,
ponding campaign. The governor re- other lands. He has blessed our schools only in loud voices, bnt with tin horns, them. A passenger named Mackenzie
Hanna, Judge of the 1st Judicial District of
Piled that tho proper thing was to w ith and is bringing forward a patriotic and which they bad concealed about their went raving crazy while witnessing the Oregon.
Dated this Gth dav of October. 1892. 5t
San Francisco, Calif.
' 'regon, dated at chambers Oct. 17th, lfcW»
draw all the democratic elect-rs and en- G<»d-fearing generation to execute His persons. After transforming the ordi flames slowly roasting his wife to death.
C. B. WATHON, ‘
nary quiet into a paudemoninm, the He made several efforts to throw him
doroe the "people's party” candidates.
Attorney for Plaintiff .
When the questioner d<>uhte<l the advisa
women were made to understand that
Meeting of Library Association
rOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
bility of thia, Governor Pennnver in- country. He has given us a great in the ordinance would be passed, and they self into the burning pile and die with
•¡•ted that "you will thus keep four
electoral vote« from Hirrisnn, and von diffm-ion of contentment and comfort in
deem it expedient to establish, lay out and
Association are reminded that Monday
There is considerable indignation able to render any assistance to the tin- widen High street from Church street to
won’t exhibit your own d---- tn in - the homes of our people, and He has
evening. November lltli. is the time for the
given His grace to the sorrowing.
annual meeting of the Association for the
so that the same -ball have a uniform
“Now, therefore, I, Benjamin Harri Wittenberg college. O., over an outrage wreck. Thirtean people were killed.
election of officers and other business, and
Tba following interview with an Ohio con, president of the United States, do perpetra’ed on William C. Pugsley, a
are notified that included in “other busi- ( JVo Pa»n. No Btain* ProoonU âfrMwmJ
pn-po-ed street is described as follows:
Put up in neat wntcti-slia|>e<l bottles, sugar
ness” will l>e the consideration of propo-ed i
traveling lumber salesman regarding the call upon all our people to observe, as student from South Charleston. A gang
A Quirle Curo fur Gonorrhoo^9
Beginning at the inter- ct'on of the center
amendments to articles tour, six and seven J.r«<orrh<ra tad all unnatural lezuol dlKbargaa.
lacraaaad trade in cedar ahinglea thron -h-
lim-s of Cburi'h and High street- in -aid
of masked students dragged Pugsley
Pruegisu or lent to any address for SI 00
Sttt Chat State appeared in a recent num
<'ravon portraits given awav hy Crocker city; thence north 32 degrees and 14
Injection Malydor Is •• TH H BK8T" of alt
seven of the by-laws
day of this month of November, as a under a hydrant and saturated him with Gr, eery Co. .-ample at tk6 store.
bar ol tbn Chicago Tim berm an :
remedies, OH. HENRY RENY. fciaa«j~J »«T
i linutes west «:si feet n enter line of P>u«h
The meeting will be held in the library
Mfg. Co., Luncaetor, Ohio, U.JÌ.A.
It to aatoniahing the growth of the day of thanksgiving to God for His water for five minutes. They then
street: thence south 58 degrees and 38
’ -Thenicest,softest,pret- minute- west on the center line of Bush
trad« in rod cedar shin.’bs, eapeciallv mercies and . sr.ppiic tion for His con strapped him to a rail and roughly car OI lZj ynLTIC
^tiest. finest, Tennis Goods
ried him to a brook, slapping him in the
through thia territory. It has almost tinued care and gruce.'
Illi a Jv u ever saw—wide, light street T'i feet: thence north 82 degrees and
and medium stripes—for 44 minutes west 359 8-10 feet to center line
race en route, and. after clipping his T"\
driven out the whtte pine shin -lee, and a
T T X TWrappers, Shirts. Blouses, of Laurel street; then -e north 32 degrees
•UMge texture of the chance in market
They increase appetite, purify the vrboie
hair in places, threw him. still fastened I If 1 Ulf
Children sWear,reduced from an<l 41 minutes we-t 49s feel t-j center line
where oigbteen-inch shin b-e have al-
*¥ 1 1' o cents to 10 cents, to close.
to the rail, into the brook and left him. Jv
of Manzanita street.
StND FOR SAMPLES TO
V«y« boon the rule. I believe in an in-
It will lie necessery to appropriate for
His cries finally brought assistance, but
tervM* with the Timbermnn some two throu.'h people’» farms and town lots bv not until he was nearly exhausted. The
SMITHS’ CASH STORE saal street 5-0 -qtmre feet on the west part
ynam ago. remarking on thia question. I “condemnation amt purchase of private barbarians excuse their action by claim
of lol 3, block 26; 3680 square feet on the
414, 41«. 418 Front St.. S. F„ C m L
PAINTS, OILS, PAINTERS* TOOLS,
ea-i. side of Co"lidge orchard lot. *00 square
said ibot it Would result in just thia thing property for public convenience.” They
¡eel on the we-t p irt of lot 4, block 25; S00
bacaoaaof •ornowhat inferior timber he- have established this precedent them ing that Pu. s!ey was caught taking coal
WALL PAPER, GLASS, ETC.,
sq are feet on the west part of lot 5. block
tog tutia white pine shingles The gen- selves, but there are people who hold up from other students, but this is denisd
•ml o platen amongst dealers in this ter their hands in holy horror and lift the by Pugsley.
block 25; 6960 square feet in Tozer's lot, and
Building Papers. Wrapping Papers
ritory to that it will Ire but a short time whites of their eyes skyward like dying
VITE A 1.80 do A CAREFUL purchas-
S HEREBY GIVEN that the special 1011© square feet in the college lot.
until rad cedar will he the leading factor calves when the prop-isition is made to
Toai.l Digestion t.k ■ ne smaUBileBear
v V ing business in San Francisco. Cash
school tax of School District No. 5, Jack
in akinetes throughout thia entire terri “condemn the lines of railroad and alter taUus. S5e. per bottle.
orders promptly attended to.
ton countv, Oreg n as levied on the 10th
All kinds of
tory. Th«y will be glad to welcome anv- nnn hase them for public convenience.”
dav of -eptemlier. 1892, t- now due. and the
Beware of Swindlers.
WIMER & OLNEY,
t^iaa io which they can insure to the These same persons will ire the first to
ame can be paid at the City Hall in the street, and have designated Saturday.
EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
• irv of Ashland, between the hours of 8 November 19th. 1892. at 10 o'clock in the
tnd«; something to last over live or six applaud the nationalization of onr lines
Corn mission Merchants,
forenoon at the office of the Cit v Recorder
ON HAND IN A FIRST-CLASS
many »wimilars who advertise, under the o’clock A. M. and 4 o’clock r. M.
MO loth St., Oakland, Cal.
of travel—an act which must coni« to name of mi dicitie. vile compounds which; And ur.'ess -aid school tax is paid within a« the time and place for sail viewers to
meet and take an oath as said viewers.
M m who stole water tub from front of
The R ecord and the 8. F. Fxaiuincr on©
who need a pure medicine and b'ood; -ana- shall be deemed delinquent.
you don’t see what you want, ask
C»qc«*r Qsocery Company, greatly to the people, who do the work an 1 support purifier,
M iltos B ekky • ,
year for |3.60.
we can honestly retemmend sul
Dated this October 24th, 1-92.
¿•Ite ÌMO«veQÌeui'w. will please return it the railroads are permitted to exist in the phur Bitter«.
J. E. Cox, Clerk
country.—Grants Pass Courier
•to* wtrtfij aoratng.
ALL THE SAME, ALWAYS.
w(J I |_IT
A PROMPT AND PERMANENT CURE
The Fanners’ Alliance and People's Party
CASHED at highest market price by
H. D. PARKER,
ASHLAND ROLLED FLOUR MILLS-
W e I oan M oney
N ew S amples
FALL and WINTER GOODS.
J ust R eceived from S t . L ouis .
CALL AND SEE THE GOODS.
Special attention paid to Eastern
EVANS & BRUNKi
J. C. BARRETT & CO.,