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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1892)
G. O. I*.—Gone on protection.
The whole earth is democrauc.
The pay ear went north Scmtay.
“Snewy Butte,” the new brand al
SberwMtn ia in from Langell val
ley oa a viait.
Mn. 4 j. W. Bariev lias been viaitin*
irvude at i'boenix.
It waa wane than a Waterloo. It waa
The Laie Capt. Tlios. Smith.
al meet a Thermopolae.
Dv. nottger aud wile and Frank Slade (Died in Ashland, Nov. 5,1892.]
The »object ot thia biographical sketch
»pent Sunday al Siakiyou.
Dr. K. Pryce is in Han Joee, Cai., to is one of the fl rat permanent settiers in
thia valley. Born in Campbell county.
■pend a portion of the winter.
Kentucky, he inherited the adventurous
Franeia Fiteh and A 8. Hammond
^,7 7i‘rTv‘“emigrante "to “that
went to Klamath county Sun-lay.
“dark and bloody ground,” made fameous
Democrat» are drinking it extra dry in history by the daring exploits oi
and smoking two for a half, gilt toil
Daniel Boone and his heroic cotem-
Joheny HUxhtard, the Western Union porariea. leaving the state of hie
was over from Gazelle Sunday, nativity in 1839 he went to Texas and
Mat Langell was on Sunday’» train for remained ten years, when the fame of
Klamath county ou internal revenue California attracted his attention, and in
1849 he, with a company of seventy-fl«»
others, started overland for the New
it is unfortunate that Whitelaw Roni Eldorado. The means of conveyance
should have left a fat position for a lean were mule team* and the expedition wa*
named “Tbe Company of Equal Righto,”
J. W. Hamakar passed through last with Smith as captain. They came hr
week from Spokane to Klamath Falls to way of Cook’s trail which led by El
Paaeo and up the Rio Grande. After
Judge R. P. Boise has gone to Concord, innumerable prhations, dangers and
N. H., to attend the national grange as hardship«, they arrived in California
late in the fall in small companies, the
Mrs Fred Fradenburg has been up original comoany having separated on
from Central Point visitiug her sister, the route. Captain Smith's first mining
was done on Dry creek, fortv miles from
Mr». E. M. Gaunt.
Ke.-. J. 8. McCain and family have Sacramento city. Thence in the spring
moved from Caldwell, Idaho, back to of 1850 lie came to Reading and in a
short time returned to Hamilton, a small
Granta Pass to reside.
town near Marysville, where he took up
Geo. S. Witberill, a saloon man well a «ettler’s claim which he sold the
known in Siskiyou county, died at Yreka following spring and came to Yreka,
last Thursday evening.
then a new camp. New mines had been
J. B, Sollner, the tailor formerly of, struck in what is now Josephine countv.
Jacksonville, has returned to Hisauu after ' Oregon, and the captain started hither
a trip al far as Kansas.
| after a short sojourn in Yreka.
V6»e W irune McConnell returned to I Ml h« returned to Jackson county and
Yreka last week after a visit of some locatedon a donation claim near Ashland,
time with Ashland friends.
where be remained until the fall of
James Stevens, who has been lumber- :
"J1,1 «"d removed to a
ing at Bisson all summer, was over the neat residence in Ashland, which he ha I
past weak visiting the folks.
j £M’®tr.act«d ll*Vn.e
Frarl Ciirrnv vonn<z»at a»n nf C«>) Cur- CaPta,n Smith being the first settler in
Fred Currey, youngest son of Col. Cur (jrPzon
of Wagner creek, had
moch trouble with the Indians, Whom he
Jth mst. to Mias Carne Benson.
controltad bv dealing flrmlv but joetlv
The lightest loaf, the sweetest, moisteet with them. He waa frequently threaten-
bread is made from “Snowy Butte” flour, ed by them and took part in several en
Doss your grocer keep it in suxik ?
¡ gageiuents in which numbers of the
A son was born to the wile of Hugh j settlers were killed and wounded. A r
McKenzie at Grants l’aaa on election the country settled up and society’s
day. Of course be was named Grover.
organized, representative men were re-
Wtth politics out of lhe way it might H“'’**J «nd Capt, Tims Smith was soon
be well to turn our attention to the small-
at the front, bv his party the oil
pox which uiav develop into an epidemic. Jfuerscnian Democratic organization, to
the lagislature. J;.,
■ was elected once tinder the territori il
and twice under the at.de organization.
Chief of the County PapdFs.
Published every Thursday.-
E. J. KAISER, Proprietor.
ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, L892
A Hol Io ween Bear Story
Editor V allky R ecoxd .]
Charley Carney has just returned from
the mountains, where he has been rusti-
<-ating for some lime, and relates quite an
interesting adventure with a bear, which
is worth recording: Armed with his
Schnellbacher 45-70, Charley took his
horse and rode some distance from bis
companion ; tMhering his horse to a tree
in the <lence forest, he cast his eagle eye
around for game, and when several rods
from his anima! he discovered an im
mense bear glaring at him full in the
face. Now, Charley wasn’t loaded for
hear; otherwise this would have been
a simple anti ordinary bear storv.
The bear wasn’t troublesome, but
whenever Charley would start to retreat,
bruin would advance a few paces toward
him and if Charley would advance
toward the bear, bruin would show his
teeth and retreat a few steps. Thus,
with considerable maneuvering around,
about the same relative positions were
iMx-keta for a suitable weapon, and
finally found a ten-penny nail
idea seized Charley; he carefully drew ,
the shell from his Schnellbacher and 1
inserted the nail. The bear was stand- i
ing with his tail against a tree, and
C'harle) took aim, fired and nailed the
bear’s tail to the tree. The bear was
now unable to advsnee, and Charlev re
treated to where his horse was tethered.
Arriving at this point, another brilliant
idea struck Charley ; taking his riding
whip and returning to the scene of tbe
adventure, he began plving the bear
with the whip, in spite of its howls and
Finally the hide was so
loosened that the bear jumped out of it’s .
skin and made it’s way around a rock
Charley calmly drew the nail from the
tree, slung the skin over his sbouldt-r,
mounted his horse and returned to camp.
Unfortunately wh le the hunter was
cr.inning a large stream the l>ear skin
fell off and was lost
has the ten-penny nail and would be
pleased to show it.
Note.—Readers will find the moral of
this storv posted on lone pine.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report.
E xclusively X first X class . ]
j ASX ï X jj AXJD,
i One year.............. . .?. 7,77^777--
. <|k 50
Six months ...............
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Advertising rates given on application.
MECHANICAL AND OPERATIVT
Chase Combination Dental Plates made
I with Gold and Aluminum Roofs.
Gold Fillings inserted in Porcelain Teeth
I to perfect appearance.
Gold Crown and Contour work a speciaitv.
Office over the Bank.
Extracting and unavoidable calls from 8
to 9 a. m. and 4 to 5 p. tn.
A shland ,
Will practice in State and United States
courts, and C. 8. Land Office.
Between San Francisco and Portland.
J^OBEKT A. M1LLEK.
St. Thoma»' is now the only Episcopal
Two cases of smallpox are reported in
church left in St. Johns, Newfound
Over 50,000 English cotton workers land. ai d here au hour before the fire
broke one of the prettiest of tbe St
Invalids and others seeking pure air, mountain water
are out on a strike.
Johns girls was married to a wealthy
A monument to Colonel Ellsworth ia Newfoundlander. Among their wedding and desiring to benefit by the use of the various hot or cold J acksonville -
. (M egos .
to be erected at Chicago.
presents was a house and grounds,
Will practice in all the courts of tbe
In the lams case at Pittsburg the jury which was furnished throughout and all mineral, chemical and sulphur springs in and near Ash State. Office opposite the court house.
exonerated Colonel Streator.
ready for the newly married couple to land, will find sympathetic accommodations at the
The government rainmakers have walk in and take possession. They liad
J T. BOWDITCH.
started for Texas to renew their experi decided to go into the country for their
honeymoon, and they left on the one
shlaxd ,.................................... ’O bxooh
The Esquimau baby born at ths railway which runs out of St. Johns
Mrs. Fracht is in charge as Housekeeper.
World's Fair grounds died, after a life just a few minutes before thebrindle
Will practice in all eourts of tbe sjate.
of one we«k.
cow gavo that fatal kick to Mr. Brien.
Commercial travelers will bear in mind that the pro Collections promptly made.
Tlie Brazilian government baa passed
At the first station where the train
a bill for the encouragement of Chinese Flopped a telegram was handed to the prietor was “one of ’em” for 15 years and knows how to
It said simply: “Come take care of “the boys.”
Osman Digna, who hae been fre back nt once. Your 1 o-.tse is burning.’-
quently reported dead, has reappeared A return train was leaving almost im
Address for terms, Ac.,
mediately, and the bride ar.d groom
in the Soudan.
JOHN E. PELTON.
Six new warships will be placed in reached homo in time to see the burning
commission in the United States navy of both their parents’ homes. Their own
little home and nil the bride’s trousseau,
within three month».
—Retail and Wholesale dealers in—
A l SEEL j AXTID OREGON.
Grapes in Kittitas valley, Wash., are which she had left there, having no use
so plentiful that they are being fed to for it in her country outing, had been in
ashes for a good half hour. By the first
hogs for lack of a market.
Ex-Premier Mercier is going to take relief ship, which arrived from Halifax
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lead in a movement for the annexation three days later, the bridegroom re
ceive-: I a handle of old clothes.
All Kinds of Fresfi Meats
of Canada to the United States.
With tiio bundle came a. note from an
C. P. Huntington has bought the won
old friend, which said: “Dear Will—1
Kept constantly on band. Fa*r living
Th<- Qaickest Way to Cure a Cold.
dare say scene of your employees or
price« is all that we ask. - ♦ *4
Do you wish to know the quickest way to Mexico. This is tbe largest iron deposit aotno other poor beggar who lias been
W e will make it to tour interest to
cure a cold? We will tell von
To cure a in tbe world.
burned cut will be able to make use of
de.:! with us.
««..u» u, v.„
eoid quickly, ii iuu>t be treated before the
A new submarine boat is soon to ba these old togs. I dure say y ou'll lie able
cold has become settled in the system. The tested at Chicago. It is the invention
to find some use for them.-' The bride
first symptom ot a cold is a dry. loud cough
I be residence of G. W. Malone on
of f a
|ne ¡ in
n contact with him in and sneezing. The cough is soon followed of George C. Baker of Detroit.
groom sent this note of thanks to Hali
It is a wonderful remedy, which is alike benefi
Crystal cr«ek, Klamath county, was de Í his legislative career.
bv watery expectoration and the sneezing
The Yaqui Indians are preparing to
by fire one night rwwntly, loss
He was married in August, 1857, to bv a profuse watery discharge from the nose. depredate Mexican towns. The mas fax by tlie first mail: "Dear Harvey—
cial to you and your children. Such is Scolfs Emulsion,
Thanks immensely. I did find some
$ll’$0; no insurance.
; Margaret J. Harrison, of Crawfonl In severe cases there is a thin white coating
sacre of the Tomachic Indians has poor lieggar who was able to make use
of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos
"8. H. Holt has lasen at Salem attend- ■ county. Mo., who died December 22, on the tongue. What to do? It is only angered them.
t<> take Chamberlain's Cough
of these old togs of yours. In fact, my
in^ a meeting of the state board of agri- j 1874.
Only one child, Miss Ella necessary
Remedy in double doses every hour. That
phites of Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in the
Tbe largest St. Bernard dog in the dear boy, at the present moment these
culture. Gov. Pen noy er has just apf»int- i Cordelia Smith, blessed their union, and will greatly lessen the severity of the cold
ed turniur a lull term.
attended and comforted her father in his and in many cases will effectually counter world, Lord Melrose, died at Melrose, old togs of yours comprise my wedding
and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps
act it. and cure what would have been a se Mass. He was thirty-five inches high trousseau. They're rather a quick fit,
Rnrnor has it that Ohio has gone demo- ' l“st day». __________________
aud weighed SKI pounds.
but I'm not overcaptious just at pres
them from taking cold and it will do the same for you
cratic. Just where, please, is that poor j
Try it and be convinced. 25 and ’ 50 cent
battermi grandpa’s bat going to end at, !...
Tbe corner stone of a monument in ent. 1 only wish that some other oblig
anyway ? Probably in Pennsylvania. | g?
i" a *a-7 *,u*1" th.e
Scott’s Emulsion cures Coughs,
Waldheim cemetery to the Chicago ing friend would send some equally
, bounds of reason because it is true; it al- all leading Druggists.
Colds, Consumption, Scrofula and
Express Trains Leave Portland Daily.
Robert Haight was over from Little ! ways appeals to the sober, common sense
anarchiata who were hanged for the good 'old togs' to my poor wi.e.”—Mon
General News Items'
all Anaemic and \77astiog 1‘iscnses.
Bbasta last week to see hi« little daughter, | ot thinking people because "1
it is true; and it
Haymarket riots was laid Sunday. Over treal Herald.
Dr. Geary having performed a aecoiid is always fully substantiated by endorse
Prevents WF3 ting in children. Al«
Harry Smith, a well-known busine* 2,0U! people attended the dedication.
7 :oe p tu Lv Portland Àr I 7:35 a m
most as pair table a* tnllU. Get only
operation on her eyes. Mrs. Haight is I J“®"1« which, in the financial world would man of South Bend, Ind., killed hiuisel'
Ar Ashluiid Lv J 4:40 p in
▲ general trade« strike is on at New
accepted without a moment s hesitation
the genuine. Prepared by Scott A
10:50 a m Lv 'Ashland
Bowns, Chomists, New York. Sold by
8:15 a in Ar San Francisco!
W. C. Oappious who died last week at i For a general family cathartic we con-
>Lv I 7:00p m
George J. Tanka, janitor of the Ho’- that city. Nearly all classes of work When Baby was side, we gave her Caatorfeb
L/toking Glass, Or., was oiwe a resident, fidently recommend Hood's Pills,
Above trains slop only al following sta
Trinity Catholic church at Milwaukee, men are involved. State troops are in
When she was a Cbikl, she cried for Castoria.
of Jackson county. Having died rather
tions north of Roseburg: East Portland,
suddenly the coroner, Dr. Oziss, baa held Iiargeat Band ot Cat lie Ever Driven climbed the spire and hanged himself tr readiness to quell any riots which may
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Oregon City, Woodburn, Salem, Alltany,
j occur. A nompromise ia looked for.
a& tn vestigaUon.
Tangent, Sliedds, Halsev.Harrisburg, Junc
Irani Klamath County.
When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria
tion City, Irving, Eugene.
An aged couple at Bad Axe, Mich.,
One infliction, thank hatven, we have
The largest band of cattle ever driven
A blind horse ran away at Chicago
The straw-ballot fiend, in one lot in tbe history of Klamath named Lathrop, were found dead in bed. and fell into a basement saloon. Tho
Roseburg Mail Daily.
who take« votes on trains, has remained county, left Arthur Langell’s fine ranch A search revealed an empty laudanum saloon was full of customers when the
in d«iaervsd and timely obscurity.— to-day bound for Silver lake to be win bottle, the contents of which they had horse came rolling through the doors,
.5:50 d ’-‘
The Sea In Miniature.
tered on tbe desert. The cattle belong evidently taken on retiring.
Roseburg.. 7:00a m | Portland... 4:0Upin
and there was a wild rush for safety.
A model of ocean currents is to lie ex
Harvey Walker, the Salem aristocrat to Carr <fc Have# and consist of 3000 head,
Mrs. Anna Johnson of San Francisco Ths animal was cut so badly with a hibited at the World's fair which will
was in town last week visiting relatives. mostly steers ranging from 2-vear-olds
Albany Local, Daily, (Except Sunday.)
possess great practical value.
He is bound easterly and expects on bis upwards. They have been in Mr. Lan- kslled her 15-yenr-old son and committed piece of gltss that it died.
A street railway company attempted model, which is a huge scientific tank,
return to introduce a Mrs. Walker to his gell's fields for about one month, and
have done exceptionally well. There is her a year ago, and she had sold ever-'- to lay < racks at Columbus, O., on Sun is made to represent the surface of the
friends and acquaintance».
6:30 a in Portland
Portland . : ID :30 a m
Ubas. Hoagland brought his family to
Central I’oiut from Klamath county this pastures.
selves and prevented the men from lay square, the ocean and seas being shown
is Messrs. Carr
& Haves’ , intention
The crew of the lake schooner A. P. ing the tracks until the sheriff arrived by actual water. Small streams of water
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
1(Aia county, Cal.,
with a bund of I * winter'the cattle near Kock springs Nichols, which was wrecked recently on with injunction papers. The superin are ejected through pipes under the
and omits, to remain until lie '
the «dge of the desert and to summer
model so that the whole body of water
Secon.el-Cleiss Sleepiug Cars
1 them in Sycan valley which for a beef Pilot island, have reached Chicago. tendent of the company waa arrested.
1*’ * i of a then.
Martin Kanutzen, keeper of the light
moves exactly as the ocean currents
I rasge IMIIIIUI
"• ’ xa_A •l
accommodation of Passengers bolding
rfrt _ cattle ____
_ _ of
t rx Zeke
, l PfWsidont
^*81,lt0n.tl ’ Harrison
on Saturday ’ The
were ! in . charge
Hoyt house on the island, succeeded in saving proved the allotments of lands to the In move. The direction of the currents is
second-class tickets, attached to
tendered D. 1. rhompaon the position (nMjgtei| by twenty-five of the flower)' the lives of the captain and crew.
dians on the Devil's Lake reservation in shown by a white powder on tlie surface
® a.awKo slu * utteA t°nJUrkeJLJLllta\« youth’» of Langell valley and vicinity
The whaling bark Helen Mar was North Dakota to the number of 889. of the water. Near the model will be
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
known «cowboys. Utook the band crushed in the ice in the Arctic, near These Indiana are therefore citiaena of placed a lai
map giving the fullest I
In tendering It aud . Dave Thompson three
Portland and Corvallis.
the mouth of the Mackenzie river. the United States, and entitled to all the
politely replied “no, thunks.”
The cowbovs all dropped in here to
MAILTRAIN DAILY (EXCEFT SUNDAY.)
tion of the various ocean currents.—
Milt Reynolds last week finished up day and cast their votes as the band Captain Thaxter and thirty-five men rights and privileges of such citizens.
New York Telegram.
delivering 1400 cords of railroad wood at passed.
abki A b :
'. It is useless to say how they were drowned. Only five of the crew
By the recent overflow of the Salso
Granta Pass station. Tbe fuel came ' : voted fi
for the only lone Harrison man in escaped, and rliey nearly perished on the river, in the state of Paxaca, Mexico,
I'oriland. 7:3U a in I Corvallis. .12:10 p in
mostly from stations to tlie north of us, the lot was Mr. Hovt and he certainly ice.
Corvallis. 12:56 p m | Portland.. .5 :30 p m
thousands of acres of coffee and can«
and waa brought down by special wood ' looked very lonesome.—Langell valley
At Aibasy and Corvallis connect with
A crowd of miners at Oliver Springs, lands were inundated, and fully $400,000 From the Daily-Reviill^.Wtailcoin.Wash.] 1
train' Esch car averages ten cords to a corresiiondence Klamath Falls Express, Tenn., openly set fire to tho house of
"T. D. Hurneit. the UetiKcrafie candidate
trains of Oregon Pacific Railroad
damage done to those crops.
Two for sheriff, was taken violently ill at Clear
toad, so it took 140 car loads to fill tbe
Mrs. Lewis, a lady who had lieen very thousand head of cattle belonging to brook. He find all the symptoms of Asiatic
Express Train Daily (Except Sunday.)
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve.
contract.—Grants Pass Courier.
Tbe finsat pickles we ever sampled, Mr. i The best salve in the world for Cuts.
feared he would die. They finally gave him
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum. Fever there to prevent depredations of the and swept into the ocean.
Winter sold us.
ville * 7 ^5 piu
a dose of Chamberlain’s Colic. Cbulera and
Full Assortment always on hand, direct from the East, and M'Minnville 5:45am ¡ Portland , .8:20 a m
When condensed tnilk was first in Sores, Tetter, ('happed Hands, Chilblain-). miners during the decent, convict tabor
Barney Dunning, wno has lieen an in Diarrhoea Remedy, which revived him un
Corns, and ail Skin Eruptiqps, and posi troubles.
troduce.!, 30 years ago, the idea was tively
mate of the city poor farm at Pittsburg til a physician arrived.” That is precisely
no ,b bay required. It is
THKDltU TICKETS to all points
at Prices that Defy Competition.
At Gallatin, Tenn., Edward -?£ Tur
what tlie manufacturers of that medicine
tautthed at. Toe inventor earned the _____
give . pert«..
- ■ - to j
for twenty-two years, has fallen heir to recommend for cholera. Semi for a physl-;
EAST AID SIITI.
entire «tally supply for New York city tn „ronev
Price 25 cents per box. pin has been convicted of murder in the an estate valued at $300,000. The for
money refunded. P'rice
cian but give their medicine until the phy
a 10-quart pail, delivering it personally | For sale by E. E. Winchester A Co.
first degres. He killed William H. Car tune was bequeathed Dunning by his sician atrives If cholera becomes preva
We call special attention to C. M. HENDERSON & CO.’s (Chicago) Red
For ticket« and full ii.foriuptiOp regarding
to patrons. He died worth $7,000,000,!---------------------------
ter because of the latter's attentions to brother, who went to California in 1840 lent in this coiiritry next summer this Schoo] House Shoes, and CHURCH, BROWN & CO.’S (Boston) $3 00 calf B J rates,
maps, etc , call on CQippany's agent
made out of tbe busineae, which has
Blaine Foresaw the Disaster,
a young lady. Turpin is the richest and accumulated large wealth, and who preparation will lie in great demand because Shoes, the best made. Every pair guaranteed.
grown to be a gigantic industry.
Kew York, Nov. II.—Committeeman
it can always be depended upon. For sale
man in Sumner county, aud Carter was recently $ied
E. P. ‘ROGERS,
by J. C. Barrett <fe Co., and all leading
New car lot of best oils of Standard Oil i Joseph H. Manley left for Boston this
Asst. G. F. & Pass. Ag
Cofcipany at Crocaer Grocery Co.
; afternoon. Before his departure he said
During the recent raiuy weather at
• > i ■
A compromise baa been effected in the he attributed the democratic victory to in Tennessee.
Ann Arbor, Mich., many of the college
lhe Lortiest notel.
James Brown, an Insane sailor at girls have appeared on the streets in th«
• matter of the railroad land tares for the McKinley tariff . law. ‘’The McKin
A nc.v hotel now being erected at the
Douglas county for l&ll. Tbe railroad ley bill was a mistake,” Mr. Manlev de Columbus, O.. has intens« craving for Jenness Miller “rainy-day dress.“ The
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•aiupany pays at the same rate that thev clared. “Mr. Blaine foresaw the danger blood. He killed two sailors at sea and skirt reaches only half-way from the corner of Fifth avenue p&d Fifty-ninth
street, New York, will be. when com
have been assessed for this year, and , and pointed it out. Everybody knows sucked their blood and then hid their
' em-h party to the controversy pa vs their of the fight he made against the McKin bodies. He killed a keejier in a Massa knee to the ankle, and to make up for pleted, the loftiest hotel in the world.
this gap the girls wear long gaiters, and
own costs. Tbe railroad laud in this | ley bill in the senate committee room
’To depth of the excavation for the |
couuty W«a assesatHi at $15,590 in 1888 , and the hat-smashing episode.
Mr. chnsetts prison and attempted to kill a can now splash through the mud as well foundation ranges frtnn twenty-two feet ;
M the boj s.
and about $180,000 this year.—Roseburg Blaine endeavored to get the McKinley
to forty feet. This has been necessary j
Not succeeding in that, he cently.
The Socialist Labor party will immed so as to have a rock basis, the rock be- i
• 8lk-e»l sugar-cured ham, chipped beef.
The Tolbert feud in Kemper county, iately begin an enegetic eight hour agi
» beese. and canned meats in endles- varie- leaven if. Hr- Blaine knew what the Miss., has broken out again. Three tatiou. The leaders of the party state ing blasted so as to render it even. The
new hotel will have seventeen stories
jtes at Winter’;'
I consequences of the McKinley bill men were killed a few days ogu. Thu
Dr. D. 8. Stryker left last evening for would be, but his advice was not heeded. Tolberts have defied the law for years, i that they have followers in every trade and will l>e 225 feet high. The site is
Hornbrook. Cal., on a sad errand. His i We are now realizing Mr, Blaine’s j A mob of l,5()0 men went out to old union and Knights of Labor assembly 100 feet on Fifth avenue by 155 feet deep
in the country and these men are ex on Fifty-ninth street. The building will
son, Martin Stryker, was seriously, if not ( prophecy. The McKinley bill and the j
man Tolbert's house and captured tbe pected to work up the largest eight cost about $1,000,000 aud will take two
fatally injured at that point on Wednes i force bill are responsible for the re-
day aiternoon. While assisting in mov publican.disaster. Mr. Blaine opposed old ni.-ui and one of the sous and lynched hour movement that working people years to construct.—Yankee Elade.
them. Ona of the mob was killed.
hav« ever engaged in.
ing a heavy derrick, some timbers gave both.”
Guaranteed to euse Bilious attacks,
way and fell on him, mashing him
will be made to bring abont a tremend
Sick Headache an/CvustfttaOun. 40 in
ba.llv. Abont two years ago he was shot
after eatlug. ZSc. per bottle.
8. H. Clifford. New Cassel. Wis.. was ous eight hour strike May 1, 1893.
Stick to itl\
through the head, and for a time his life
each bottle. Price
For sale by
troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism,
Another petrified giant has been un
was despaired of. When he finally re
may have to wait.
his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was earthed. A party of cowboys brought
covered from the wound hiB power of;
The troubles that
affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell
Picture •'?, IT, 70” atl'l sa:aj<te'dose free.
away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh |
kpeecf. Was gone.—Portland Telegram.
J. F. SMITH & CO., Proprietors, NEW YORK.
sold at auction in New York.
in gathering cant
, and'strengtli. Three bottles of Electrk petrifted Indian, dug up in the “bad
lands’’ of 8outh Dakota. It was found
loiiug Members of I'Hrllomout.
John Jones, the celebrated trainer of
away in a day.
Edward Shepherd. Harrisburg, ill., had
>»ur -yuuugesi goiigix»»iiiau" i» peces-1 jumping horses for the Prinoe of Wale«, a running sore on his leg of eight vears’ i ’ in a region noted for fossils heretofore
Fur’all the dis-
eaws, and dis
•ariiy more tiuiu twenty-tiyo years old. died at Epeoui
• standing. I'-ed three bottles of Rise-trie i , unearthed. The discoverers claim that
orders peculiar to
Hitter» and »even tioxes of Bucklen’s Ami- ' . it was first exposeci by a portion of a
in accordance with the pruviaiona of the
princeton fevtl«il team wm defeated ' ca
coustittition, but the British botisv of by the team from the university ot
John Speaker, Catawba. O., had five large imbedded in blue clay, which, if true,
commons has members several years Pennhvlvanla. Over 50.000 people s»W Fever »ores on his leg, doctors said be was
Prescription is the suiess and speeihest rem
younger. One of the newly returned the game.
incurable. One bottle Electric Bitters and would indicate that the man belonged edy. You can depend upon that—but if your
in i^< or ontF.iae.
case is obstinate, give it reasonable time.
I one box Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cured hint to some prehistoric race
members. William Allen, is twenty-one,
It's an invigorating, restorative tonic, a
Jack McAuliffe has signed with Cr«s- ; entirely. Sold by E. E. Winchester <t Co.
‘aad Frederick Smith and Mr. Dahuel oent City Athletic club to fight Burg»,
Marked Buck Playing
soothing and strengthening nervine, and a
Now Try This.
I Drug Store.
everything in tbe line. ?.’•
voile rtat win« the
are not yet twenty-four. They do not the English lightweight champion, at
1 u un vT, an(| governmenf Land Locator
money. Sealed particular* fin l jutgc r.itnloirua
It will cost vou nothing and will surely j positive specific for temale weaknesses and XV. u,
ailments. All functional disturliances, pain-
free. Send Fell-addre-- o ’, ftana;»» •! « nvciop«« to
bicak th«, leccrd of politicai
£L¥ JiltOS- Drawer
138 pounds, tor a purse of <15,00o.
The Navajo Indians threaten to go op do you go< d, if you have a Cough, Cold, or ful irregu’arities and derangements are cor
i any trouble with Throat. Chest or Lungs. rected and cured by it All unnatural dis
however, for William Pitt was only
—— — , . , ;
The rivalry between tbe lYescent F'e warpath,
' Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump charges, tiearing-dowu sensati'.-ns, weak back,
•ighteeu when he made his maiden
tion, Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to , accompan'-cl with uunc spells and Kindred
City Athletic dub at New Orleans and
speech in the house—the speech that led
1 give relief, or money will be paid back. symptom», are corrected. In every case for
tual experience, 1 am thereby enabled to give strangers seeking information tbe j
Burke to »av that the young orator "wga , the Coney bland AUta-
■ ^’diokrers from La Grippe found it iust tl e which it’s reeommeuded, “ Favorite Prescrip
j est of sacisf i lion. Locating on government lands a specialty.
-•••• • •
its height tho other day. The Coney
tion,” is gva.aufeed to give satisfaction, or
u* oie oiu mock, but the old
tbe money is refunded. No ether medicine
Island club offered Bob Fitzsimmons a well near Ro-eburg, Or., and was killed. 1 ourgxpense and learn tor yourself iust
block itself.”—Chicago Herald.
BEST IN THE WOS1.D.
woneh is sold on such terms. That
purse of |45.000 for Hall and himself to
Prospects are good foi |ha orange; good a thing it is. Trial bottles free at L.; for
proves that nothing else offered by the dealer
Tie weari ng qualities ere unsurpassed, actually
fight for. Fitzsimmons flatly refused to crop of Southern California.
outlaa-.ir. g two boxes of any otter brand. Not
E. Winchester 4 Go. Drug Store. Large I can be “ just as good.”
Knew When He Had Enoagh.
•l affected by boat. tirGZI 11HLGLN VINE.
Two unknown tramps were burned to size 50c. and $1.00.
Edward Gowen«, employed by Shivers fight at Coney island and accepted the
FOR SALE BY DEALERS GE5ERALLY. lyl*
<fc Moffett, Camden, was called to his offer of the Crescent City club of a purse death in a fire which destroyed the jail |
HARRIS & MURPHY BROS.,
of |40.000.__________ _______
at Sonatna, Cal.
tiom« suddenly recently.
A wagon loaded with black powder,
Little Dick— Why are you girls so
Ladies, Pay Attention.
Tlie pugilists arrested at Portland for
He returned and informed his em
moving on a perfectly level road near
participating in a prize fight were ac Wenatchee, Wash., exploded last week, afraid of bats?
ployers that a babe had been admitted ; Klamath Falls Express.]
WILL YOr'sTF. FEB. when
Little Dot—Ooo! A bat is a mouse on
to his family.
W. E. Cook, the Poltegama lumber quitted by the jury.
while on Wednesday a wagon loaded wings.—Good News.
you could get re<ief JJy Ito ling the fa-
Shortly afterward the telephone sum man, is on his mettle. It is claimed
_:: renn iedy jCwi ange Blos-
with dynamite, drawn by a four horse
moned him to his home, and when he that the Southern Pacific lias over
som. a sure I specific for fir the to ■oubles and
team, went over the grade not far from
hen it has
returned he found that two more chil charged him to such an extent that he er valuable medical information, will be the same spot and rolled 100 feet, no rears previous to commencing tbe use of
Opened at the old Ashland market stand on sufferings peculiar to
thousand» who s|an4 Uyd.v y to give
, has concluded that he cannot ship his found in Dr. Kaufmann's great Medical
dren had been added to his family.
testimony of its gre»kJnjtuil,iUKl curative
damage resulting. Fate performs some Ely’s Cream Balm. It has done for me
He waited around Lome and another, , propuct over that line profitably. He Work; elegant colored plates. Send three peculiar freaks with which to mystify what other so-ealled cures have failed to do
¡ras tbe old,
Passenger Coach to Every Train.
qualities.’ Ladies, rcpiéii
the fourth chikl. made an appearance.
jngb'd Jk ^rouble
ttf~ Shop thoroughly renovated and re I tried and true, • J
teresting capital in building a road from way <k Co., Boston. Mass., and receive a the inhabitants of this terrestrial sphere. i magica —Clarence L. Huff. Biddeford, Me.
Freight moved about town at rates
ice to these
_____ of ____
need. . Give n<x
He then returned to work an-i asked some harbor on the coast to Pokt-gama copy free.
______ __ __ ___
i.<-w ami worlli'wiA ¿:omj>qpnd- t.._. are
Prevent and cure Constipation and Sick-
hia employers uot to answer the tele sad up tbe Klamath river to his timber
LO ER TUAN ANY ONE ELSE.
Headacbe, Small Bile Beaus.
phone again.—Philadelphia Press.
We have a soap that will please you. It
domain, Mr. Cook is worth himself soft skin Neither is there anything that
Fire wood of all kinds delivered anv The choicest of t'rexh Meat»—Beef. Mut
Helman street, nssg thy^oJile & Gilroy
smells sweet, don't chap tbe hands, a fane , You want to take a chance at the 8. F.
For sale, or trade for good farm property eight millions of dollars and will proba makes it so than Gervais Graham's Elder wssher, and will save you money. O. Examiner's premiums. You can get the
‘ planing mill.
two or three good homes in Ashland. In
' X J*
ebester keeps it.
of this aootioa slnoorely bop« so.
quire of J. IL Luark, Granite street.
MAX PRACHT, Prop.
PELTON & NEIL, Prop's.
Beef, Pork and Mutton.
EAST AND 80DTH
Southern Pacihc Route
And will be sold at our well known
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
Hats, Caps, etc.
J. M. McCALL.
FOR MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
Etc., Kept in This Country, Go To
GARLAND STOVES & RANGES
I CROSS-CUT SAWS, LANTERNS, GUNS,
N D VOTING
Hicks & M c R hid T w «m um
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