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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1894)
Burglars in a Schoolhouse.
Death of Jacob Evans.
E ditor V alley R ecord :—
Jacob Evans, an old resident and min
W. T. Townsend was up from Medford
Last Wednesday night the Soda Springs er on Pleasant creek, died there Monday,
aged 64 yearB. The funeral took place at Tuesday.
A8HLAND, O r .,. T hursday , July 26.1894 wayman, presumably a gipsy. Fortun Woodville Tuesday in charge of Rev. Mr.
II. 8. Deane and wife returned Tuesday
ately two young ladies who had been vis Milton. The deceased leaves a wife and for Montana.
iting came along in time to see the light adopted son.
PERSONAL. AN1> SOCIAL..
Not a single Prescription leaves our laboratory until the
Fred Denny and Dr. Frank Wood are at
of the robber as it shone out at the win
Kean creek rusticating.
of which it is composed have been checked back,
dows. It is unnecessary to say that they
Jay Secbrist was amongst us Tuesday.
to be correct; hence, you will observe on every
beat a hasty retreat, and spread the al
Robt. Hawkins went to Dunsmuir to-day. arm at the first house. An investigating remember that Jacobe & Virgin of the San Francisco last week.
one of our labels “Put up and guaranteed by the ASH
Frank Slocum is braking on the Ash
Dr. Caldwell fills and extracts teeth with committee was at once dispatched to the Ashland Roller mills have just received
LAND DRUG COMPANY.” We are here to stay, and if
land—Red Bluff passenger.
out pain. Over the Bank.
scene of action with powder and lead to 10,000 Calcutta sa^ks.
we do business with you, it will be done straight or not
Engineer Jack Clark returned Tuesday
W. J. Stanley came up from the Home enforce their claims, but the man, al
They Gaine Back.
E. A. SHERWIN, Mgr.
ready becoming alarmed, had jumped Roseburg Review.]
from the Sacramento hospital.
stake mine at Woodville yesterday.
out at the window and was making bis
Silk veiling, white and black. 10 and 15
A ou can get. absolutely, more blood-purifying properties in a dollars’ worth
Engineer Chas. Barnum, wife and family escape in a way that would have done
The men who went from Albany to
cents per yard, at “The Fair.”
returned Monday from Sacramento.
BLOOD PURIFIER than two dollars worth of most so-called
honor to a siwasb Indian, strewing the
For a first-class shave or hair cut go to purifiers. Try it.
Mrs. Flora Otto has returned from a visit few things he bad stolen along the route. strikers on the Shasta division, came
with Mrs. C. Schnakenburg at Bogus.
The house was searched and it was found back on Friday’s overland. Their re High & Story's. Opposite plaza.
you want a hat or stylish bonnet, go
Jack Garvin and S. Sherman and a party that nothing of value was taken, yet two ception was so inhospitable there that f If
of Talent folks are at Tolman’s springs.
of the pursuing party followed the lur- they concluded to let some one else try to
it. According to the story they tell the block.
G. High and Mr. Cook have returned
people are in hearty sympathy' with the
Max Pracht has extended his trip east
from a trip to Butte creek, Siskiyou county. mg more of them, returned. It is repeat strikers,
and all the hotels and restaur ward from Denver, and it is believed that
ed that they hare crossed the state line.
Joe Ryan, aged 18 years, met with
W. H. Gilbert and family went to River If so, we would respectfully warn the ants were closed against them so that he is after an office.
a fatal accident at Sonoma,
side. Cal., to-day for Mrs. Gilbert’s health.
good people of northern California to se they were forced to eat hardtack with the
Col. Knight is in Salem with a petition to
racing down Napa street
W. 8. Barnum and sons are doing Dead
A. B. Seal and wife were here Tuesday. curely lock their schoolhouses, smoke
the governor for the pardon of Tom Way, Indian.
the animal ran into a
Seal is traveling in a private conveyance houses, etc., and not to be wholly un
A Proposed Brewery for Ashland. in custody for cattle-killing.
thrown high into the
Rev. E. 8. Craven has gone to Tolman’s
mindful of the henhouse for the nnmiti-
Sheriff Patterson sold the Veit Schutz springs.
air and the horse turned a complete
Chas. Kepler, the enterprising and brewery
Uncle Dan Cowley, the old-timer, is now gating sneak-thieves with their outfit are
at Jacksonville under sheriff sale
driving stage between Yreka and Scott not above the lowest of tricks. They successful manufacturer of a superior Saturday. Peter Britt bid it in.
C. C. Beekman, the Jacksonville banker> somersault, landing on the prostrate
young man and rolling over him. The
travel in two covered-top wagons, at quality of beer for years at Etna, Siski
A cup of Parks’ Tea at night moves the
injured lad was picked up and taken to
Miss Ella Drake has been paying Jack- tached to which are four bony Indian you county, Cal., made Ashland a sec bowels in the morning without pain or dis-
sonville friends a visit, the guest of Miss ponies. They are a suspicious looking ond trip Monday accompanied hv bis comfort. Sold by E. A. Sherwin.
the residence of liis employer. Remark
Hard times and misfortunes are two unavoidable circum
outfit and don’t in the least deceive tbeir wife..
able to relate no bones were broken, but
bnt every one can economize by taking advantage
There will be mass in the Catholic church
the weight of the horse resulted in in
of Eden. There is this difference: summering at Tolman’s.
here; the splendid water and site of Garden
in Ashland next Sunday, July 29, at 11
we name, many of the articles being worth more
Who is He ?
Ashland creek canyon affording abun
Davis, the miller, is at Davenport, Wash., ternal injuries which may prove fatal.
o'clock a. ni.
price we name. To be convinced, carefully read
Portland Sunday Welcome.]
looking after his mill there.
Governor Tillman of South Carolina
dant natural resources for such an en
Mrs. Warner, of Palo Alto. Cal., arrived
and then call and exemine closely
M. C. .Kasson, the Pelican bay land own
to-day via Yaquina to visit her brother,
its deadly poison and builds up
in southern Oregon. He was old enough and a good business man he would es counteracts
ust 1. He is determined to enforce the
er, was in the valley last week.
H. B. Carter.
to wear a long grev beard, and slim tablish a trade in Ashland that would
U. 8. Damon and Ed. Redden are out law and more vigorously than ever. |
J. R. Witten and wife were visiting Mrs. enough to make a skeleton freak in a be a great advantage to the commercial
Russell Shaw was one of the Stockton
in the Cascade range.
The decision against the constitutional- '
Stannard last week en route home to Jeffer third-rate nickel museum. He had nev* interests of the town. Besides the local militia boys who came over the hill on the
ity of the law by the state supreme 1
son frotp the fair. •
er been in a city larger than Roseburg or market for barley it would bring to Ash
have gone to Tolman springs for a vaca court, the governor says, does not affect
Fred Hansen returned Monday from his Jacksonville before, and the '‘sights” of land lots of money and business from of this city.
fine farm at Table Rock, having finished a Portland fascinated him. He would the outside.
the law passed in 1893.
A. G. Rockfellow is here from San tion.
new irrigating ditch.
where he has been for years. He is
Mrs. Geo. Davis and Mrs. Pottinger are
China continues to make preparations •'
watch the cars and carriages for hours,
visiting friends and prospecting for a mine camping at Tolman’s springs in the Siski- to assert her claims of rights in Corea,
The Klamath Treasury Case.
Bishop Morris and Rev. T. N. Wilson, of wondering what so much noise and bus
the Episcopal church, held services in tle were all about. He would stand up
The insurance adjusters on the losses
and from present indications it is judged
Masonic hall Sunday.
High & Story are agents for the Albany
on the wharves and gaze upon the by the recent Klamath Falls fire have
W. W. Cardwell, who has opened a law war will be inevitable, unless Japan re
Lou Heberle. the Grants Pass saloon moored ships and moving boats with as finished their work and reported against barber shop, opposite plaza, and boycott office In Roseburg, will build a $2600 resi cedes from the position she lias hitherto
dence in that town.
the payment of the insurance carried bv the heathen Chinese.
man, raturned from his blockade trip in tonishment and awe.
San Francisco last evening.
Men's White Dress Shirts ..
But it was the free shows and the Howe’s firm at least. Kelly and Butcher,
A. M. Kerr has gone to Ashland to work maintained. Orders were recently is
churches of Ashland will join with up the telephone connection between here sued for 12,000 Chinese troops to prepar-
Dr. H. Nelson and wife left Monday for “ladies” who graced them with their experts, are at work on the county books the The
W. C. T. U. in a union service in the and the county seat.
for departure to Corea. The prepara
McMinnville on account of the serious ill- presence that most captivated him. Night for 10 years back, and expect to remain Chautauqua
• • • •
liess of Dr. Nelson's father.
after night be would ait in one of these at work for a month or more. The ex Dr. Wood to give the address.
Miss Maybel Jones, daughter of G. T. tions were hurriedly comple*^ an(| the
Black Sateen •*
treasurer is still in jail, and the habeas
Jones, returned Monday from a visit with soldiers went- on lx>ar< the transports
Frank Commons presented this office resorts, which charges no admission fee, corpus
Outing Flannel f
the R. G. society at Ashland.
that will convey *hem to the peninsula.
with a fine mess of blackberries Monday and inspect with admiring curiosity the 1
healthy hair of a natural color, nature’s
scene around him ; but he was most in presented to the supreme court at Salem crowning
from bis mother’s garden in Ashland.
The hay crop is immense this season, but To guard against contingencies the
ornament of both sexes, use only
the wheat crop will not be quite a full aver transports were convoyed by eight gun
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer.
Lester High, Lee Minkler, Ford Roper terested in the “ladies” whom be saw
Judge C. S. Moore, who is the main
age all over the county. Some little rust boats, the commanders of which were
and Judge W. P. Parsons left Tuesday for come to the boxes and display them
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two weeks at Pelican bay and Crater lake.
who have been visiting Ashland friends and
instructed to fire upon the Japanese
“Why,” he said to a new acquaintance fight to save the bohdsmen from making relatives
returned (o California yesterday to
Dr. Paul Grant, of the O. W. R. M’fg Co. the other evening, “I never saw such good Howe’s deficiency of about $9000.
should the latter attempt to obstruct the
visit Woqdland and then go home to San
of Portland, was here this week on a busi
first play in their game is the one of Dteso.
Men’s o. f. drawers..................
the injuries sustained by falling from a landing of the Chinese.
ness trip in the interest of their remedies. handsome women in my life.” He also The
step-ladder and is oonfmed to his bed with
inquired about tbeir character, and was
The police of Lexington, Ky., broke
Rumor has it that the Exposition direct a low fever.
Mrs. Chas. Slade and son came over from
counts for failing to caijh warrants after
the worid s record in the way of arrest
Ager last evening on a visit to Mrs. Dr. much astonished to learn that females so having $15QG in the treasury. The pre ors have concluded not to hold a fair this
Mrs. Chastain, wife of Rev. S. B. Chas ing crup-shooters last Sunday. They
year. The last one was not a success and
Songer, before returning to eastern Oregon.
be very, very wicked,
the outlook is no brighter this year. Hence tain, the Baptist minister of Central Point, were informed of a game in progress
Call on High A Story, the popular tonsor-
Onr friend will go borne, however,with thousands of dollars of that J9000, and this decision, says the Portland Welcome. died there Monday while undergoing an
Celluloid Collars. ........
ial artists, when wanting a Sea-foam or more money than he carnè. He saves the bondsmen are holding him over a
operation for consumption of the bowels, near the suburbs of the city on the
A dish of gold nuggets resembling a pan performed by Drs. Geary and Pickel.
shampoo. Ladies and children a specialty. something on mileage, and gets two dol barrel to squeeze this out of him and
C^Lapeake and Oljio railroad, and char
of corn meal and valued at $500 from a two
tering a train consisting of two box cars
force Howe’s rich relatives to make up weeks' run with pick and pan from David
John Sheridan and G. W. Kimball, of lars a day and spends just forty cents.
Mrs. M. Chavner of G o M *•
. - mil and Miss and :ra engine, they steamed up the
Roseburg, were at Hotel Oregon Sundai
the deficiency and set Billy at liberty be son Bros.’ placer on Missouri Flat was Maggie McAn'i—
Hair Brushes, wire.... .................... ....
_ .ews, who were tied up in
Broadheact all wool dress goods at Vpu- fore the November grand jury meets. If shown the Grants Pass Courier man last San s’-
¿pd have since gone to Klamath Hot
i this bluff don’t go they expect to fight week,
pai, Norns & Drake’s.
. . ,ancisco. returned home last evening. tracks close to where the unsuspecting
A mosf disastrous fire visited Birming the payment of the bond in the courts.
Grand Chancellor J. A. Waddle of the
remained in San Francisco where she has a game. After a half-lionr’s battle, dur-
Knights of Pythias of Oregon was in town ham, Ala., a few days ago. Whole ' The proceedings are all with one end in tea«-»-1-
position as Western Union operator.
and last night made Granite lodge an of blocks were burned. The losses will view, that of the keeping the bon«*--
^.ug the Indian school near Ft. Bid-
run into millions,
I from payiag the »bm*—
„„men well, was married by contract to a Pitt
and loading them in the box cars,
French Plate Mirrors from 34c to 85c—these mirrors are line goods
river Indian buck of the ordinary species.
W- H. Parker, Esq., and family came up
Mrs. Mnry E. Mersa qf ttfisno •»-
Dress shields, worth 15c, for 6, 8 and 10c.
There is no accounting for tastes these acres of land in Ip 38 s. r 1 w, d c; $250.
steamed back and landed their prisoners
front Medford and pitched their tent in the
pleasant and cool Chautauqua grove to re deavorod to imve h«’- ’■ "
L L Angle to Conrad Mingus—160 aeres behind the bars.
main some weeks,
Mrs. Gallant, who lost her foot in the sec 28 tp 37 s, r 2 w, release of bond for
Kasper Kubli, Jr., has returned from
Tolman Springs health and summer
Wm. H. Breese w»-* *- —
accident of last week, is recover deed; $1.________________
rhe Whittier Reform School the east, where be has been studying
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resort and mineral baths, Mrs. A. VV. •
ing very nicely. She is very spunky and
.... ,.<» Klamath county to she would not have to support her.
Angle, proprietor. Baths 50 cents each Notions, Novelties, Stationery, etc., in proportion. Call
through the trying ordeal was more com
« .»eex to return with Miss Rosetta Wat The girl is a cripple. Judge Harris lec
J. C. Whipp, T. J. Kenney, Jas. Elliott posed than all'hands about her.
round. Board and lodging $8 per
ers, who has completed the term of school tured the woman severely.
and J. Linn are spending the week on
week. Vapor batliB free to guests of I
A. B. Ashman went down to Gold Hill E ditor V alley R ecord :
for Hildebrand district.
take a memorandum of prices from
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1 Estimate's of this year’s raisin crop Applegate, fishing and hunting.
again Tuesday to look after his mining in Janies Lewis is reported unwell. J)r. hotel*
Miss Allie Farlow, first assistant post put the probable yield almost as heavy
Mrs. S. Patterson and Miss Rose terests. He and Capt. H. G._ Blackwell Stanfield is prescribing.
liie foundation for a new state depot
mistress, returned Tuesday from an ex
have bonded another ledge, in Willow
Miss Amy Safford, our postmistress, is at San Francisco will soon be com
Patterson, wife and daughter of Sheriff Springs
tended visit at the bay the guest of Mrs. as last season.
district, from C. Anderson and are reported to be on the sick list.
Ada Culver of Alameda.
Mildred Williamson, aged 3, at Taco Patterson, were here Tuesdaj’ looking for having the same prospeeted.
John Wiley, of Phoenix, is visiting with pleted.
Dr. and Mrs. Purdy of Witchita, Kan., ma, set fire to her clothing with matches a house. They expect to move hero
California fruit growers are rejoicing
family, tbeir uncle William Wiley.
about Sept. 1st.
arrived Tuesday evening on a visit to Ash and was burned to death.
tendered the position of surveyor to Will
the resumption of traffic. Green
land relatives and friends. Mrs. Purdy is
Miss Carrie Cronemiller, Mrs. Jas. Nickerson, and the latter gentleman will ( quite a critical condition, but was slightly fruits are now being shipped in large
W. H. Horr, ^he largest wholesale Cronemiller
a daughter of H. B. Carter.
and Mrs. Ed. Wilkinson, have^ajucratiye job for the^nex^twoj^ears. j improving yesterday.
Qpiurn smuggler in the Northwest, had who were detained at Sacramento for the j
E. P. McCormack, the Salem holder of
Prof. Gamble, formerly of this, but now
The Standard mill, at Snohomish,
swamp lands in Klamath county, went out bfcen indicted by the grand jurj’ at Th- ‘ past three weeks on account of the strike, I son’s place as^lerk at the Agency.—Ex of Siskiyou county. Cal., was here visiting
' a friend one day last week.
to day to join a San Francisco party on a coma.
Wash., employing 100 men, burned re
arrived home Sunday evening.
fishing trip to Williamson river.
D. K. Downer, of the Downieville, Sierra
Paso Robles will expend $12,000 iij the
Fears are entertained that Miss Daisy cently. Loss, $60,000; insurance, $1,000.
The personal property of George E. county. Mountain Messenger, made the , Stanfield
T. P. Johnson was lip from Grants Pass construction of a new water reservoir.
down with a serious attack of
A carload of grapes was shipped to
Bloomer was sold Monday by Deputy R ecord office a pleasant call to-day, and ' fever, but is we
Monday to meet Mrs. J, and Miss Brower,
At Sau Jose Mrs. Bertha C. Smith had Sheriff Barnes by virtue of an execution made many friends during bis brief stay
who were returning from the fair, Marys
Grandma Allen, who has been spending Chicago from Warm Spring, Cal., a few
her yoting husband, Henry C. Smith, issued by the circuit court in favor of in Ashland. He has been visiting the fair several
ville. Monterey and Pacific Grove.
weeks in this part of the valley, doys ago. This is the first shipment
add took a trip this way before returning '
of grapes from the state this season, and
has returned to her home on Big Butte.
T. L. Reese, the Western Union oper arrested and put under $500 for failure Isaac Muller plaintiff. The property sold home.
ator here during the absence of C. E to provide for their infant child. Mrs. | brought $75.57.
Mrs. Howlett took a trip to the mount would have been sent two weeks ago
Clarence Farnham and the Presbyterian ains recently, staving with Wm. F. Wilker but for the tieup.
Donnelly, returned yesterday to Los An Smith is the daughter Of a wealthy ! D. Thompson, Jr., and family, Mrs.
geles, He likes Ashland, and may return farmer of Rio Vista, where the couple O. Keegan and Mrs. D. Thompson re choir—Misses Silsby. Misses Mingus, Miss son’s family. She reports considerable
Fannie Fox, the Misses Tiffany. Chas. Rose
Two strikers at Los Angeles have been
to go into business.
were married by contract in 1803.
turned from their trip to the McCallister and Bert Barnes—left yesterday for the sickness in a mild form in that locality.
sent to the penitentiary for eight months
R. T. Shannon and family left Tuesdav
Fruit growers of Fresno are greatly Boda springs Sunday. Mrs. Thompson coast at Crescent City to sweetly sing their pected to be here next Sunday to assist each for contempt of court. They vio
fortheir former home in Stockton, Cal.
and Mrs. Keegan are reported quite ill praises to the mighty ocean. This party Rev. Fysh with his basket meeting in the
Mr. Shannon will return in a month and relieved by a dispatch addressed to Su since tbeir return.
lated injunctions issued by Judge Ross
had no use for chaperone’s.
groze at the old picnic ground.
expects to interest some California capital perintendent Frazier of the San Joaquin
of the federal court.
The Cottage Grove Leader says Chrisman,
in the mining interests hereabouts.
Mr. Moore, living on the edge of the
Mrs, Newman Fisher, of San Fran Pearson
division of the Southern Pacific, notify
and Kennedy have received from desert, reports having a cow that brought
The San Francisco mint lias begun the
The current report that a crowd of Jack ing him to receive shipipents of greèn cisco, is visiting her mother, Mrs. E. Selbv’s smelting works of San Francisco re five calves. Not a bad cow to have when
coinage of silver seigniorage into stan
’ ‘ . Mr. Fisher is also here and turns from a sack of ore taken from the An calves are commanding a premium.
sonville girls and Ashland boys were to go fruit for points north of Portland east Gi : Jacobs.
out in the mountains this week without a Sacramento. Tlie news came in thè thinkB
thinks ‘ of moving his stock of goods from aconda mine in Bohemia, the phenomenal
Mrs. Fielder, of Central Point, accom
chaperone was without foundation. The
At North Yakima, Wash., David Sea
bv her daughters, Missis Julia and
nick of time, as many buyers were aboi^t ing a merchantile business.
Ashland boys wouldn’t do such a thing.
located by Chrismaa, Pearson and Kennedy panied
was killed during a struggle with
to void their contracts on the ground
in 1892 and is now owned by Tacoma capi Richard Fysb and family. The event will
Mrs. Chas LeBeau, wife of the well-
Chris. Wintzen, who has been a part talists.
George Bodsit for the possession of a
known Yreka pioneer who has l>een super
long be remembered as a bright spot in
ner for many years of H. V. Helms, died
intendent of the county hospital for years,
The California Raisin Grower's Asso Monday evening after a several weeks’
The mediation committee of the A. R. tbeir lives, for both families enjoyed the pistol. Seaman's wife left him because
of his brutality. He went to her room,
is visiting Ashland friends and the mineral ciation met at Fresno last week and
event very much.
illness. He was a single man and in U. for the Mt. Shasta division held a
springs and summer resorts in the Siski-
and drawing a pistol, told her he would
comtortable circumstances. The funeral
pairing oui bridge at Eagle Point, and are kill her. The woman screamed and
The preliminary examination of tlie took place Tuesday afternoon at 4 o’clock strike off and acknowledge defeat. Turn combining business with pleasure, as the grabbed hold of the pistol. Bodsit who
Cephas Scott, conductor on the work
train and one of the A. R. U. boys, went to mon accused of wrecking the train on under the auspices of the Improved Order er and Hardy, of the committee, tele “boss,” Mr. Clemens, has bis family along was in an adjoining room went to the
Dunsmuir on the first train and was duly trestle two near Sacramento during the of Red Men, of which organization be graphed the news to Ashland, butSeylor, and are camped on the bank of our beauti
ful Butte creek, thereby saving the expense woman's assistance and Seaman attacked
“tied up” everlastingly and eternally in a railroad strike was held at Woodland. was an active member.
who was in jail at Sacramento and is a of boarding the hands at either of the him. While the men were struggling
matrimonial union. The bride’s name is
I. O. O. F. officers installed: Last member, protested unavailinglv.
Worden, Knox, Mullin, Compton and
hotels. The timbers used are some of the the pistol was discharged twice. Both
Miss Francis Stevens.
Saturday evening, July 21st, District
first production of A. J. Daley’s new’ saw
Mr. G. J. Scharlacb, an old-time hat
bullets hit Seaman and he died shortly
Deputy Grand Master W. I. Vawter, as on the Wm. Taylor farm in Ashland pre mill on Roundtop.
drummer of this section, has severed his
after. Bodist was exonerated by the
connection with Trust A Co.
and _ is ___
now cipal witness against them. He testified
traveling for Friedlander A Co. through that he drove Worden and several others Jacksonville lodges, acting as grand of horses in the back pasture to catch one Roberts, one of our most estimable and ac coroner's jury.
the southern portion of California. Good to the trestle, where they took the tools officers, installed officers in Jacksonville of them, when the horse he was riding complished young ladies, is reported on
A. E. Redstone, of California, who
lodge No. 10 for the present term. The took under a tree, the limb hooked him the sick list. Her sister, Miss Lulu, re
luck to him on new route.
been representing the Coxeyites at'
from the carriage and went to the
under the neck, he lost the rein and the
C. B. Jillson, the Hornbrook blue-gravel bridge, and shortly after the train was assisting grand officers were I. A. Webb, orse bucked him off, liis foot caught in to lie out to hear Mr. Fysh preach at the Washington, is ill trouble with the inte
miner, was in Ashland Tuesday. Mr. Jill-
the stirrup and be was dragged a consider Antelope church, thereby missing a literary
son's name has been slated for the republi wrecked. Knox, who was the leader of and E. Band. Theofficers installed were: able distance. Young McAllister found as well as a social and religious treat. Mr. rior department. About a year ago
can nomination for the legislature from Sis the strikers at Sacramento, is charged N. G., Jas. Cronemiller; V. G., L, L. him and brought him home in an un F. alco preached at the Mound school house Redstone claimed $1,800 damages from
kiyou county. The county convention with complicity in the erime. It is Jacobs; treasurer, K, Kubli; R. S. N.G, •> conscious condition.
the government on tlie representation
Dr. Songer was yesterday to a full house.
meets next week at Yreka.
that his homestead had been taken from
alleged that the team was given to Wor
Mrs. Dolph Eddy and children arrived den on an order from Knox which had R. 8. V. G., John Arnold ; L. S. V. G., broken the young man was badly wrenched. possessing a goodly share of the seven him in the setting aside of the Sequoia
E. Band; warden, Fred Luy; I. 8. G., He is recovering.
wonders of the world, we. of Eagle Point, reservation. A bill for Redstone’s relief
Saturday from Pendleton to make their the seal of the union.
home in Ashland with Mr. Eddy, the pro
Jack O’Neil, foreman of the worktrain, claim to have the eighth wonder, and that passed the house and senate and .went to
a METHODI8T MINISTER THAT DOES NOT
prietor of the new store, The Fair. They
An attempt is being made to revive the
returned Monday from his trip to Duns is
eat chicken —or anything that is cooked the president. The president referred
are paying her folks, the Slower family of California baseball league.
The Indian Way of Celebrating a Verdict
with them. As far as I know he eats all the matter to the interior department,
Grants Pass, a visit this week.
of Not Guilty In a Murder Trial.
who were also discharged at the same other kind of meats with the exception of
A law and order league has been
Ex-Conductor Frank Mathews, now formed at Oakland to protect property
A dozen Indians wrapped in blankets time. The worktrain had 55 men on chicken, and the fact is so remarkable that and it is stated by the department that
brakeman, gets raised very materially bv
is classed as the eighth wonder of the Redstone's homestead is not within 35
reason of the strike knocking the boys out from destruction during the railroad sat in silence in an office in the Hyde who went out on the strike. O’Neil will he
miles of the national park.
by our caterers.
block Wednesday evening and smoked be put in charge of his old section at
of rank. He was an O. R. C. man and did strike.
Harvest is upon us in dead earnest. I
Delta and the worktrain abandoned for
Sensations are numerous in the Mar-
not go out. At present he is in the railroad
The federal grand jury for the ninth
the present. It is also announced that overheard a farmer remark yesterday that ; tin will contest now being tried at San
hospital nursing an injured foot.
district of California, sitting at San
, oats, which a week ago would have made
II. L. Sayles. Frank Sutton, Chas. Francisco, is making a thorough investi United States court. When it was an the S. P. will get rid of all of its white good hav. was now dead ripe; and with Francisco. Two documents are offered
Hevener. Mrs. Jas. Norris, Mrs. E. J. Shep
nounced to the Indians in waiting that
two severe hail-storms, several cloud as the last will and testament of Henry
herd. J. C. Chrisman, wife and sons, Mrs. gation of violations of the interstate and. the jury had returned a verdict, the pris and Japs for all of their jobs.
bursts or down pours of—say from four to Martin, who was interested in mines at
R. K. Sutton and daughters, Mrs. H. J. c nspiracy laws by the men who went
. six inches an hour; a visitation of grass- Weaverville. One will bequeaths all the
Hicks. Miss Rena Rogers and Roy Har out on the railroad strike. It is expected
Daily News, was on last evening’s train. , hoppers; the rust on the wheat; excessive
grove are at Crescent City visiting the that many indictments will be found famous pipe of peace and slowly filled it He says that none of the California papers hot weather, and the green aphis, with the estate to Mrs. Henry Martin, widow of
of wheat starting off at 45 cent-* testator. The second will gives the
against tlie members of the American with tobacco. Then while the jury was 1 have done the military situation at Sacra- prospect
being polled the Indians sat in silence • mento justice, that it is far more warlike per bushel, the average farmer doesn’t ieel widow only one-third of the estate, the
Mrs. Jos. A. Wilson, while at Soda Railway Union.
and carried on with a more relentless disci- as jubilant as a person would suppose. remainder being left to the posthumous
Springs recently bad the sensational
Strikes make hard times, and money and awaited the result. When Colonel . pline and surveilance than anyone imag There has been a vast acreage of grain cut son of John Martin, brother of Henry.
experience of killing a rattlesnake in the ,
ines. The soldiers sleep on the depot pave for hay. and in some instances the yield ha«
presence ot a party of ladies and one man. scarce, but goods are still sold at halt their
been very light, one man cutting over 40 Mrs. Henry Martin’s attorneys claim the
The snake had six rattles and a button, and i value at The Fair. White India linen minutes later with the prisoner, Simon ment with one blanket amid constant din acres
and only realizing 15 tons of hay from second will is a forgery. The second
Sischimoo, the boy’s face was wreathed of engine bells and roar of moving trains,
Mrs. Wilson done him up with neatness , 10-cts. per yard.
the same; wliile in some instances the bail
and dispatch and a club.
in smiles. He grasjied his old father's Gatling guns are turned on the streets and and wind literally destroyed the grain en- will is dated at a time when Mrs. Henry
the sidewalks are loaded with ammunition,
M. F. Wight, of Kodiak, representing the HOTEL OREGON" hand and spoke in the Indian tongue.
tirely. but that is in accordance with the Martin was very ill and not ex;>ecte<l to
arms, and accoutrements.
teachings of scripture, for “When the survive. Mrs. John Martin has a num
Alaska Commercial Co.’s interests in the
F. T. Fradenburgh, Prop.
Emil Peil, blacksmithing, horse-shoeing, wicked ruleth, the people mourn.”
land of the midnight sun. arrived Tuesdav 1
ber of letters signed by Henry Martin
etc., of every description. First-class work
via San Francisco on a three weeks’ visit
David Cincaide reports that his son which indicate that more than usual
hand warmly. Then, while Simon was and satisfaction guaranteed. _ The old
when he will return with his wife, formerly J A Jester, Colorado H W Butler, Port
Thomas came near having a serious ac-
Miss Dora Anderson, who preceeded him a John Morrison,DenvrC Anderson, Phoenix shaking hands with others of the circle, Hunsaker shop near depot. Give him a cident a few days ago. Mr. 8. was mowing affection existed between Henry Marti*
month to visit her folks.
L E Hoover, Med
G A Taylor. Port
i the old father applied a match to the cal)»
and his son asked his father to let him run Wil his brother’s widow.
Ambrose. Port J P Sheridan. Rose'bg ij pipe. A few whiffs were taken, the
the machine for a time. He consented
Mrs. N. Meyette. the Genessee county
The declaring of the strike off has started N A Gibson,
Boston G W Kimball,
and with Mr Pew went a short distance to treasurer of the W. C. T. U. and a very in
all the railroad boys for the Mt. Shasta di J D M
Iowatown A A Bailey. S F
a piece of wood with which to fix a fluential worker in the cause of women,says:
vision lieadqnarteis at Dunsmuir “to see W Stone.
Under the game law buck deer cannot get
H Brunk. PM AV A Hemphill,
Duns then it was passed around. Everything
header box. When Tommy had finished “I have used Parks’ Tea and find it is the
the old man.” Supt. Agler always did Olive
assistantW N Luckey, City
was excitement about them, but the cir be kilied until after August 1st; and cutting the piece he turned the sycle up in best remedy I have ever tried for constipa
stand well with his men and the boys be Chas S Brunk,
spotted fawns cannot be killed at any a perpendicular position but forgot to tion. It requires smaller doses and is more
Alliuen Jew, A E Ryan.
lieve they will receive humane treatment as
TacomaDr Paul Grant, Port cle was unmoved by emotion or interest time. It is unlawful to kill any deer at throw the machine out of gear. The thorough. I shall use nothing else in fu
far as Agler is personally concerned.
until each had gone through the ceremony | any time unless the carcass is used or mower is so constructed that the cycle will
J A Brandenburg,
ture.” Sold by E. A. Sherwin.
of peace; then they arose and rushed. out i preserved bj’ the person killing it, or is run in that position as well as horizontal
The strike being declared off Monday on Geo M Love, J’ville A B Ashman.
Cincinnati to get their certificates for fees, which ■ BnhHorTood
the Mt. Shasta division, James Barry, J C Eubanks. S F
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Elk can be killed from and as he started the horses the click
Billy Morgan and the balance of the deputy J Lonatian, SteinmanW F Bangasser. S F amounted to $15 for each witness.—Spo- j August 1st to November 15th.
. Trout frightened them and at the same time cut
EE Schoenheit, Port-
U. S marshals went to Portland the same J H Callahan, “
one of the lines into and the boy could do
| cannot * be sold
” or offered
“ tor sale
*" any time nothing more than hold to the one line,
TP Judson, Gr Pass kane Review.______________
evening. None of the 25 warrants they D W Harmon, “
brought out with them were served and no
thereby keeping them in a circle, until
Soda Springs Sparks.
arrests were made concerning this strike. J R McKnight, 1’ortA B Seal & wife, ll •4
finally the constant turning of the machine
J V Prosser, Daven ptl Goodfriend.
Dr. Brower and wife, of Ashland, were
caused a ratchet in one of the wheels to give
A number of prominent people are ex C A Hermann. Or Cty B B Galland.
Table Kock Items.
up visiting friends in this locality recently.
way, tberebv stopping the movement of
pected at the Tolman mineral springs sum C Z Smith, Port
E D Ivory, Oakland
cycle. He finally succeeded in stopping
mer resort this month and in August, W W McIntosh, do R I) Hawkins, City
Mr and Mrs. Kinney, of Ashland, were
There is some rust in the Dickinsou wheat the'
the team without any serious injury, but
among them Col. and Mrs. Edw. Hill of E H Shepard, Port P Wessinger. Port
up visiting the springs in this locality Sun field.
it was a narrow escape.
D ick .
Pennsylvania, Congressman Hopkins and Josh Walker.
A Lempke, Gr Passt
This has been splendid corn weather, the
Eagle Point, July 23, 1891.
Senators Mitchell and Dolph and some of Sam Goldsmith, “
L F Sherburne, Wit ck ; Rev. J. L. Jones preached an excellent thermometer hitting 102 in the shade in
their families, if congress adjourns soon.
M Sanders, S F
*W R Leech 8 F
sermon to a large and appreciative audience this section.
Chas. H. Pierce. J. R. McDonald and J C Hall <fc wf, Ct Pt P M Bowman, Port
here last Sunday. He has kindly consent
NA Ambrose, “
Chas. Angel, the timber land men, left Seelev Hall,
succession of human
ed to be with us'again this coming Sundav, were al Pacific Grove, Cal., arrived home
L El evy. S F
Monday on a trip of several weeks duration H K Orni, S F
and a good “turn out” is confidently ex Monday by private conveyance.
of today are seldom
John Daut, I’hila
visiting all the timber land belts between A
blockade looked too dangerous for them to the cares of tomorrow, and when we lie
here and Feather river. Cal. As these T James, Jenny creek
The Sunday school of this place has not travel by mil.
down at night wc may safely say to
parties are heavily interested in the timber W L Townsend, MedF Roper, . Ashland
, only proven itself very profitable, but ex-1 R. E. Drum, wife and children leave most of our troubles, “Ye have done
interests of the coast their trip has in view O H Blount & wf, CityMrs Roper,
a business interest as well as summer out- i Geo K Farmer, _ Judge
— J 1 H
“ Rothrock. ; ceedingly popular of late. Last Sabbath 34 i Wednesday by team for a two months’ out your worst, and we shall meet no more. ”
Cedar Rapids scholars were present, and the increase in ! ing trip to Portland and tlie coast. J. C.
11 B Town end, Port number was only exceeded by the increase ‘ Pendlctort will be postmaster and have I —Cowper.
Mrs. Janies Brown Potter and Kyrle J Wormser, 8 F
Billew and ttuir troupe were on Sunday’s J A Waddle, 1 ort t
charge of Drum’s farm during his absence.
W. I. Church, of Staunton Post G. A. R ,
The soda springs of this section have
train for the Marqntam. Mrs. Potter is
“I have tried nearly every cough
proven quite an attraction ot late; not only
the society woman who read “ 'Ostler Joe”
found nothing to compa: e
to people in all parts of the valley, but I With or without board. Call at Wm. with Parks’ have
to a Washington audience of fashionable
Ongh Syrup. There is notli-
MOST PERFECT MADE.
low-necked dresses at M rs. Secretary Whit G E Anderson. Med U A Hermann, O Ct y |( J many from other'sections of the state have
on earth like it for bronchitis. I have A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
’ shown tlieir appreciation of health and ' Nelson’s boarding and lodging house on i j ing
ney's home and created such a sensation
suffered ever since my discharge from the
Parks’ Sure Cure is a positive specific for ! pleasure, recently, by their presence,
that she left a magnificent home and went
; army and Parks' Cough Syrup is the only from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
on the stage against the protest of her hus women who are all “run down” and at cer- ■
Ask your dealer for Mexican Silver Stove remedy that has ever helped me.” Sold by
40 YEARS THB STANDARD.
band. whom she deserted and took up with tain times are troubled by backaches, head - ’
j E. A, Sherwin.
Polish. No dull«
aohes, etc. Sold by £, £, Sbeiwim
First-class printing at R ecord office.
O. H. BLOUNT