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The Irate Janies Hamblin.
Jas.Hamblin, a pioneer of southern Ore
gon, died at his farm residence, five
miles from Jacksonville, Ort. 15th, aged
79 years and 6 months. He crossed the
plains in 1852, arriving in Jacksonville
in the fall of that year.__
located his donation land claim and re
sided on it until his death. In 1857, in
partnership with the late Daniel Kenney,
he engaged in the mercantile business in
Jacksonville, continuing the business
until Mr. Kenney’s death, in 1860.
Since that time be had engaged exclu
sively in farming, and amassed quite a
fortune. He had much capital invested,
principally in Medford property. He
was a man of the most pronounced opin
ions, and in his business relations al
ways settled every controverted question
at law. He was known of late years as
the most frequent client in this part of
the state. Coupled with his marked in
dividuality was a fine sense of justice
and a generous and speedy acknowledg
ment, whenever he was convinced that
he was in the wrong. He possessed, in
a marked degree, the hospitable spirit of
the old pioneers, and his latchstring was
always out. He was enterprising and
public spirited and was held in high es
teem in the communtty4ff which he had
so long resided. He left an aged widow
and eight grown children. He was
buried in the Medford cemetery on the
Are occasioned by an impure and im
poverished condition of the blood. Slight
impurities, if not corrected, develop into
serious maladies, such aS
an o^ier troublesome diseases. Tocure
these is required a safe and reliable rem
edy free from my harmful ingredients.
an..purely vegetable. Such
It lemoves all ir.wurit;e4*fy>7U.j|
from the blood and thorough’
ly cleanses the system. Thousands of
cases of the worst forms of blood dis
eases have been
Cured by S. S. S.
Send for our Treatise mailed free to any address
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
MECHANICAL AND OPERATIVE
Chase Combination Dental Plates made
with Grid and Aluminum Roofs.
Gold Falings inserted in Porcelain Teeth
o perft et appearance.
Gold Crown and Contour work a specialty.
Office over the Bank.
Extracting and unavoidable calls from 8
a. iu. and 4 to 5 p. m.
Prof. O. H. Roberts, tbe California
elocutionist, has organized a class in
Ashland and is meeting with good suc
cess in imparting the art to his pupils.
Tdere is no finer study than the art of
talking and acting properly and the
training given by Prof. Roberts will
never be forgotten,
Jackson County’s Assessment,
Private lands. 379.286 52.01 a,.. .1 $1,901.114 50
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Rail road lands, 366,776 a........... 305,678 00
Town lots...................................... 353,551 00
A shland ,
O regon . Improvements............................. 361,706 00
Merchandise and Implements.. . 283,26950
Office—Ganiards Opera House.
Not»-3 and Accounts.................... 350,355 CO
Residence Mechanic and Laurel Streets Shares of stock.............................
Horses and Mules, 4454............. 109,539 00
Sheep and Goats, 10,570.............
Smine, 8653 .............................. ;.
O regon II. R. bed, Tel. lines, etc........... 355,325 00
A shland ,
LL MANNER of metal and rubber Gross value of all property
plates made in the latest
Gold and porcelain crowns and bridge Total Value of taxable pro’rty .$4,201,792 00
work a specialty. All work warranted to
Number of poles 708.
give perfect satisfaction. Low prices.
The above is taken from the assessors
Office in Odd Fellows’ bnilding, up stairs. assessment roll. The footings are not
correct. They should be:
Gross value ail property
. 4,051,228 50
HIGH & STORY. Tatal value ail property
if. A. J acobs , C o . Clerk.
Are the good qualities possessed by Hood's
Sarsaparilla. Above all it purities the
blood, thus strengthening the nerves: it
regulates the digestive organs, invigorates
the kidneys ana liver, tones and builds up
the entire system cures Scrofula. Dyspep
sia, Catarrh and Rheumatism. " ■ ’
and only Hood’s.
Hood’s Pills cure all liver ills, bilious-
ness, jaundice, indigestion, sick head-
No Place Like Jackson County.
L. A. Simmons who went to the Willa
mette a month ago writes us from Leba
non. Linn, County:
A month of observation in northern
Oregon has greatly strengthened my
former conviction that Jackson county is
the most desirable section of our state.
* * HAIRDRESSING Sbe is certainly without a rival, if cli
matic conditions and present business
prosperity count for anything.
your county has not escaped the general
financial depression of the past two
Local Agents Albany Steam Laundry. yeais, her present condition seems pros
perity when compared with that of other
Here in tho Willam
J ohn C onway . parts of the state.
M. H. H owell .
ette yalley manufacturing and mercan
tile interests everywhere seem languish
ing, while the agricultural outlook is
simply deplorable. The farming people
of this part of the state have learned
some useful lessons in the bard school of
experience during the last two years.
They now realize as never before that
their present demoralization is largely
THE OLD STAND, OPPOSITE MYER’S due to vicious state legislation. They are
going to demand that something bo done
for them when our next legislature meets.
it <8 not done, they intend to know the
BOOTS & SHOES If
reason why it is not done.
BOOT.. . SHOEMAKERS,
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Annie Mine Sold.
has been received of the sale of
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famous Annie mine in the Bohemia
AT LOWEST LIVING RATES,
district, to San Francisco capitalists, the
consideration being $61,SOO. This is a
valuable piece of mining property, and
EW WORK A SPECIALTY. Re with a 5-stamp mill it is said that it has
pairing neatly done. Half-Soling, produced $50,000 this year of gold. It is
men’s 75 cents, ladies 50 cents.
reasonable to suppose that the purchas
will erect a large mill on the mine.
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There is certainlv a bright future before
Any Hour—Hot and Cold Water on Tap the whole Bohemia district.
MRS. E. B. CHRISTIAN
HAS MOVED HER
TO THE OLD
Chitwood Residence on
Avenue, next to Opera
Where she will be pleased
to see her old friends and
Why Was It
M GBEJIT HOSEUM OF ANATOMY
1051 Market St., San Francisco
(Between 6th and 7th Sis.) i
L Go and learn how wonderfully you
Re are made and how to avoid sickness
d.servse. Museum enlarged with
' thousands of new objects. Admis
sion 25 cw,
that Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, out of the great
number of similar preparations manufac
tured throughout tlie world, was the only
medicine of the kind admitted at tho
World's Fair, Chicago? And why was It
that, in spite of the united efforts of the
manufacturers of other preparations, the
decislonjof the World’s Fair Directors was
Private Ofilcc— "»¿true Building
?O51 Market Street— Diseases of men:
stri'ture, lo?3 cf manhood, diseases of the skin
aud kidnen. que kly cured without tbe use of mer-
■eury. Treatment personally or by letter. Send
for book. O
Long established and reliable practitioners
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FREhCHA EMAMELLED CALF.
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According to R ule 15—“Articles
that are in any way dangerous or
offensive, also patent medicines,
nostrums, and empirical prepara
tions, whose ingredients are con
cealed, will not be admitted to the
Exposition,” and, therefore—
T Becauee Ayer’s Sarsaparilla is not a
patent medicine, not a nostrum, and not
a secret preparation. |
Became its proprietors had nothing to
conceal when questioned as to the for
mula from which it is compounded.
Because It is all that it is claimed to be
—a Compound Concentrated Extract of
Sarsaparilla, and in every sense, worthy
the indorsement of this most Important
committee, called together for passing
upon the manufactured products of the
supply you, we can. Sold bjr
ARNOLD & CORDELL.
Chief of the County Papers.
Published every Thursday.
E. J. KAISER, Proprietor.
OREGON, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1894.
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Advertising rates given on application.
T. J. Swenning has returned from a
trip to Iowa.
A son was born to the wife of Harvey
Roche, in Ashland Saturday.
Miss Hattie Sloan, of Eugene, was
visiting H. Reid Sunday.
Miss Lena Dunlap, of Phoenix, was
visiting Ashland friends laBt week.
Born, at Medford on the 14th inst., a
daughter, to Mrs. and Mrs. A. Fetch.
Born, in Ashland Oct. 19th, to the
wife of Rev. Geo, W. Black, a daughter
Mrs. James Gay was up from Central
Point this week, visiting Ashland rela
A son was born to the wife of Thos
Beagle in Ashland precinct, on the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Drake returned
last Thursday from their wedding trip in
Mrs. Fred Fradenburg returned Sun
day from a visit with old friends at
Chas. Hoagland and family of Bonan
za, Klamath county, were in last week
The Swedish Quartette will be at
Ganiard’s opera house Saturday eve
ning, Oct. 27th.
W. I. Vawter, of Medford, was in
Portland last week attending the state
Senator Theo. Cameron came up from
Jacksonville Monday, to Lear Gen. Lew
A daughter was born to the wife of
County School Supt. Gus Newbury, at
Phoenix, on the 12th inst.
Mrs. McDonald, wife of engineer
Frank McDonald, is visiting friends and
relatives in Sacramento this week.
N. II. Spencer and daughter, of Med
ford went to Santa Paula, Cal., last
week where Welcome Fowler was very
W. F. Hurst, of Butte Creek, Jackson
county, was married last month at
Silver lake to Miss Ada Howard of that
The personal and real estate property
of the Myrtle Creek Mining Co., in
Douglas county, was sold by the sheriff
Twenty-eight car loads of dried prunes,
or 676,000 pounds, is the product of the
orchards of South Douglas Co.—[Riddle
Mike Clemens, the clever Grants Pass
druggist, was married last week in Cali
fornia to Miss Ida Harkey, a niece of
Mrs. E. B. Christain of Ashland.
Dr. J. E. Payton is now at Ashville,
North Carolina, where be is thinking of
locating. Since removing to California
tbe doctor’s health has been poor.
Thos. Fitch, Jr., a brother of Lawyer
Francis Fitch, was married at Salem on
the 18th inst., at the residence of I. W.
Berry, to Miss Rose Cardwell, of Med
Prof, and Mrs. Shepherd were up
from Jacksonville Saturday and Sunday,
and nave rented their Ashland residence
to C. A. Wass, of Portland, for the next
Col. Tom Ewing passed through last
week from a trip to Seattle. He reports
having a gold mine in Tuolmne county,
Cal., that turns out $50 per ton with a
-When business men stop advertising
idea that such Vxi-iai
men have gone out of business or are
run down at the heel so that they have
nothing to advertise.
Another “young couple” have been
made happy. Two prominent residents
of Canyonville, Jacob Miller, aged 75 and
Mrs. Kate Wichser, aged over 60, were
married on the 15th inst.
The Mount Shasta box-factory at
Sission was damaged by fire to the ex
tent of $10,009 on the night ot the 17th
inst. The cause of the fire is unknow n.
The insurance will only cover half the
Deputy U. S. Marshal 8. F. Summers
and Bailey Tiffany, of Klamath Falls,
were in Ashland Sunday with a half
breed, Frank Diimore, en route to Port
land, charged with selling liquor to
'’Garfield Jack,’’ a Klamath reservation
Arta Anderson, son of J, A. Anderson,
of Eden precinct, and Miss Lena Cim-
broski, sister of Mrs. A.Lambof Phoenix,
were married at Jacksonville Saturday,
by Rev. W. B. Moore and took Sunday’s
train for Northern California, to spend
their honeymoon. Their many friends
wish them a happy married life.
Changed fdands I
The Famous Hostelry of Southern Oregon is now
Under the Management of
The U. S. Government, through the Agri
cultural Department, ’has been investigating
the baking powders for the purpose of inform
ing the public which was the purest, most
economical and wholesome.
The published report shows the Royal Baking
Powder to be a pure, healthful preparation,
absolutely free from alum or any adulterant,
and that it is greatly stronger in leavening
power than any other baking powder.
Rates, $2.00 and $2.50 Per Day
Special Rates to Boarders and large parties of Tour
ists. When in Ashland don't fail to stop at Hotel Oregon.
Lresh Eastern Oysters, Turkey and Cranberry
Sauce, Price 50 Cents.
Consumers should not let this valuable infor
mation, official and unprejudiced, go unheeded.
fi S J-i L A H D
50 CAR LOADS OF PRUNES.
FRUIT EVAPORATORS AT WORK.
That’s the Size of Douglas County’s
Riddle (Douglas County) Enterprise.]
Output This Season.
The Roseburg Review estimates the
dried prune crop of Douglas county this
year at over 1,000,000 lbs. or50 carloads,
while five years ago one car load could
have carried the entire crop. The bulk
of these are Italians and Petites and
most growers are making four grades of
each variety, the best grade averaging 40
to 50 prunes to the pound. Members of
the fruit association will make a strong
effort to realize 1% cents per pound on
their first grade Italians and six cents
on the same grade of Petites, packed in
25 pound boxes. Most of the Italians
arc first grade and should the entire
crop average six cents per pound the
prune growers of this county would
realize the magnificent sum of $60,000,
most all of which would come from
cities of the Mississippi river. To
gather and dry this crop has required the
work of over 300 laborers for 35 days
which means a destribution of over $18,-
000 among the wage earners. Yet the
prune industry is stili in its infancy, as
not one-fourth of the trees now planted
are bearing, and within the next five
years there will be five times as many
prunes grown as at the present time.
A shipment of the main bulk of Doug
: county’s prune crop to New York
last year Beems to have created a demand
for our fruit in the metropolis, ami the
commission dealers there are now-
anxious to secure control of it this year.
And therein will be found the reason
[ why the business will never be overdone
i here—because the Umpqua valley prunes
j are the finest in the world and will al
ways be quoted at the top of the market.
' The demand for them will keep pace
with the increased production.
One evening last week about 8:30 the
6-year-old daughter of Rev. J. Q. A.
Henry, the Baptist minister, fell out oi
a Pullman car window as the train was
making 25 miles an hour around a
curve. The train was stopped and in
J. C. Mitchell, the Sacramento cattle place of a mangled corpse there was
buyer, has driven 300 head out of the nothing but a badly frightened girl.
upper end of the valley for shipment
Since James Lamson disappeared a
from Gazelle. He paid $18.50 per head
good deal of inquiry has been made re
garding his whereabouts. A j’oung man
at Rock Point claims to have seen him
on the Sunday he left here. He said he
wae jogging along in a cart and had a
big roll of blankets with him. When
the young man told of seeing him he
had not learned the simultaneous disap
pearance of Lamson. He was also re
cognized at Gold Hill, and our inform
ant Bays was drinking heavily.—Grants
DB. JORDAN & CO.’S
Burns, Ore., Oct. 18.—Tom Scott, a
colored barber, was shot at five times
early this Tuesday morning bj’ the city
marshal and posse while resisting ar
rest. Scott bad beaten one Boyle the
night before,- and, escaping from the
marshal, took refuge in Caldwell’s
saloon. He showed fight until ex-Citv
Recorder, Sig More, confronted him
with a cocked revolver, when he sur
rendered and permitted himself to be
handkuffed. All admit that Scott took
desperate chances, and for small odds.
The tariff bill as it finally passed Con
gress was much more favorable to the
fruit growers than it was when it passed
the House. The McKinley bill fixed the
duty on prunes at two cents per pound.
It was proposed to change this to 20 per
cent, but the bill as passed fixes the
duty at 1L cents per pound. The duty
on green apples has heretofore been 25
cents per bushel and that on dried ap
ples two cents per pound. The original
Wilson bill placed both np<>n the free
Iiet, but the law as it finally passed,
places a duty of 20 per cent on both green
and dried apples.
Tho referco iu the suit brought by
Proctor and Turner to restrain Robert
Mantell from playing under any other
managers finds in tho actor’s favor.
Merri Osborn has received $2,CV0
from tho Delaware and Hudson Rail
road company in compensation for in
juries in an accident at Cohoes, N. Y.
When Bcerbobm Tree conies to Amer
ica, the London Haymarket theater will
lie taken by Lewis Waller for the pro
duction of a new play bv Oscar Wilde
New Millinery Stock.
Mrs. L, A. Millsap, the enterprising
milliner, has had her new store over the
bridge, next door to Millsap’s commis
sion house, handsomely fitted up for her
brand new stock of millinery and novel
ties which will be in posttion this week.
If you want to be up with the latest
styles and wear a first-class article, call
and see her new goods.
An Otherwise Successful Trial Spoiled by a
We were very agreeably surprised on
visiting the large evaporator of John
Hall at Myrtle Creek, Wednesday, in
company with F. A. Cook, the Portland
commission merchant, who has purchas
ed all the apples of that vicinity, to wit
ness the busy hum of activity in and
about the evaporator, and the hundreds
of bushels of apples and pears that are
being converted into the chocest dried
fruits. Mr. C. F. Smith, the genial I
manager, spared no pains in showing us
around and explaining their methods of
utilizing the product of our orchards,
that heretofore had been almost a total
loss. Mr. Smith is an energetic and
rustling young business man, who’s years
of experience in large fruit drying and
packing establishments in the East,
have thoroughly qualified him in the art
of drying and packing all kinds of fruit.
At present Messrs. Cook and Smith are
employing a force of about ten ladies and
ten men, at an expense of about $25 per
day. They are running three large par
ing machines and a large improved chop-
per and are .turning out about 150 bush
els of apples per day, and never have we
seen a superior dried apple. Nothing is
wasted or lost in or about the evaporator.
The large, clear apples are all pared
cored and dried, while the small, inferior
and knotty ones are run through the
chopper, dried and then shipped to Port
land, with the parings and cores, which
are fumegated and manufactured into
jelly and vinegar. Mr. Cook is paying
15 cents per bushel tor apples and takes
the windfall and everything slick and
clean. This price is small but nets the
farmers a neat little sum for the product
that heretofore was almost a tatal loss.
Already Mr. Cook has paid out $200 cash
for apples and will probably distribute
as much more among the farmers of
Myrtle Creek. Mr. Cook informed us
that next year he would make a cir
cuit of South Douglas county, with driers
at Myrtle Creek, Riddle and Canyonville.
The farmers should give him every en
couragement, for while he is doing an
honest, paying business himself, he is
also scattering a great deal of money
throughout the country.
The following bands of beef cattle
passed by Tule lake within the last two
weeks bound lor Shasta valley:
Herryford Bros,, Lakeview,
George Jones, Paisley,
Bratton Bros., Paisley,
Louis Gerber, Horsefly,
Porter Bros., Summer Lake,
Reynolds à Jackeon, Steele Swamp 250
C. Swanston, Sacramento,
Silas Kilgore, Haynesville,
S. P. Moss, Lakeview,
G. Owens, Bly,
X. L. Company, Lakeview,
Chandler & Co., Drews Valley,
The drive will probably be over in
about two weaks more and it is esti mat
ed that the number driven will reach
about 12,000 head.—Klamath Express,
The Asylum Case Decided.
MAXIM’S FLYING MACHINE.
THE DUKE OF YORK SCANDAL.
It Is Persistently Revived and Finally Offi
cially Answered by Wales.
Tho story that tho Duke of York some
years ago contracted a morganatic mar
riage with the daughter of an English
admiral has been persistently revived
until at last it has called forth an official
denial. The Princo of Wales’ secretary
wrote a letter to a private inquirer last
“I am desired by the Prince of Wales
to state that the report to which you al
lude is so obviously invented for the
mere purpose of causing pain and an-
noyanco to an innocent young couple
that his royal highness has always de
clined to allow the story to obtain fur
ther currency by any contradiction from
him. There is of course not the shadow
of foundation for it, but it is none the
less cruel and malignant. ”
A rather unsatisfactory denial from
the arclibisolip of Canterbury is also
printed The story continues to be cir
culated and believed I have even been
approached by the pretended possessor
of tho woeful secret, who was anxious
for a consideration to arrange for an in
terview with the discarded wife at her
residence, St. John’s Wood.—London
Surplus of Lifting Power.
Hiram Maxim’s flying machine has
gained considerable notoriety the past
week. On Tuesday the inventor, with two
assistants, in a machine weighing 8, OOC
pounds, succeeded in flying 500 yards.
Tho experiment ended in an accident
because the machine insisted on flying
higher than Maxim wished. It startec
along tho track, but broke loose from
tho check rail, which was intended to
hold it within a few inches of the
ground, and when the engineer shut off
steam it dropped on the turf.
The machine, with its four sido sail-
and “aeroplanes” set, is 100 feet wide
and looks like a huge white bird with
four wings instead of two. It is pro
pelled by two large two bladed screws
resembling the propellers of a ship.
These screws are driven by two engines
which, in proportion to their weight,
arc the most powerful ever made. They
develop one horsepower for every two
pounds of their weight. Tho boiler is
of novel design. It consists o' many
tiny tubes through which is a forced
circulation of vater.
On Tuesday Maxim started with a
pressure cf 310 pounds, which had risen
to 320 when he had traversed 500 yards.
These 500 yards were run at the rate of
45 miles an hour, the propellers making
500 revolutions per minute. Tho fuel
used is gasoline. The weight of the ma
chine is 8,000 pounds, and tho engines
were giving a lifting power of 10,"000.
There was, therefore, a surplus floata-
tory power of 2,000 pounds. It was, of
course, this surplus lifting power that
did the mischief by throwing on the
controlling axles a strain they hdfl not
been designed to bear.—London Letter.
CARNOT AND SEVEN.
The Strange Intertwining of the Number
With Events In His Life.
Around The World.
Herbert George, editor of The Road,
Denver, Colo., will start in the epring for
a trip around the world to write up the
public ownership oi railroads and all
public utilities of New Zealand, Austra
lia and Tasmania.
He will visit India
and study the silver question from that
standpoint, «nd will Bpend much time in
Switzerland looking up fact» about the
initiative anil referendum. IIis travels,
which will cover the Sandwich Islands,
Japan, Egypt, Palestine. Turkey, Italy,
Greece, France, Germany and the Brit
ish Islands, will bo set forth each week
in a letter.
A syndicate of reform pa
pers is being formed to take his Work and
publish it weekly.
By writing II. H.
Tammen, 319 Dearborn St., Chicago, full
particulars can be obtained .
The American Beauty owes her prestige
more to a clear complexion than to any
other attribute. A cup of Parks’ Tea will
enable anyone to possess this. It clears
the skin and removes pimples and that sal
low, muddy look. Parks’Tea is used by
thousands of ladies for the complexion.
Silk veiling, white and black, 10 and 15
Without being a cathartic It cures oonstl-
wuM p«r yard, at “The Fair.”
patieM. Sol« Sy B. Ai Sherwin i
Opposite HOTEL OREGON.
FOB. MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
Etc., Kept in This Country, .Go To
II. C. MYER
GARLAND STOVES & RANGES,
CROSS-CUT SAWS, LANTERNS,
Consumptives always find great relief by taking it, and
consumption is often cured. No other nourishment restore
strength so quickly and effectively.
are made strong and robust by Scott’s Emulsion when other
forms of food seem to do them no good whatever'
Tho only genuine Scott’s Emulsion is put up in salmon-
colored wrapper. Refuse cheap substitutes!
Sendjor pamphlet on Scott's Emulsion.
KT "D VOTTKifr
xn. u. ivunv, anj Government Land Locator
r r. J C
The R ecord gives advertisers most value for their money.
AVING gaineda compte know ledge of the lay of the land in this country by so
tual experience, I am thereby enabled to give strangers seeking information tho
best of satisfaction. Locating on government lands a specialty.
. M. MILLEI!.
k, j* £
JOHNSON &. MILLER
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Weak Lungs, General Debility and
all forms of Emaciation are speedily cured by
Weak Babies and
Scott & Bowne, N. Y.
JACOBS & VIRGIN, Prop’s
An interesting discovery has just been
made by a contributor to a French peri
odical, who has apparently a touch of
superstition in his character concerning
numbers. Whether or no he Believes in
the mysterious and uncanny influence
!-ELY’S CSEAM BALW-CTeanses the Nasal
of number 13 is not stated, but he points
¡JFiissages, Allays Pain and Inilammation, Heala z jl -Rciu pkG»\
4 tlie Sores, liestores Taeta and Smell, and Cures
out that the unfortunate President Car
not was throughout his life under the
influence, so to say, of tho figure 7.
He was born in 1837 and entered the
Ecole Polytechnique in 1857. He be
Gives iCelief at once lor Cold i’» H’-ari.
came president of the republic in 1887
¡ÇijJ AjeF'.l tntn the Nostril».
It ir, Quirk!;/ Ah.■ TheS.
by virtue of tho seventh articlo of the
constitution. On the 17th of May in the
present year he presided at the cente
nary fetes at tho Ecole Polyteehnique.
He died in the fifty-seventh year of his
age and in the seventh year of his presi
Jackson Co., Oregon.
In the carriage in which ho was seat
ed when assassinated thero were, in
cluding the driver, etc., seven persons, REAL ESTATE
the crime being committed on a Sun
NOTARY PUBLIC and
day, the seveuth day of tho week, by
COLLECTOR OF ACCOUNTS
Cosario, an Italian, there being respec
AS LISTED A NUMBER OF SMALL AND LARGE FARMS from 20 acres up,
tively seven letters in these two words.
for Sale or Rent..
To conclude this list of sevens, it is
Three houses and lots in the town of Gold Hill, all good business stands.
pointed out that M. Carnot’s remains
wore laid in the tomb in the seventh
QUARTZ AND PLACER MINES
month of tho year and on the seventh
As Silver and Real Estate are both at a very low ebb now is the time for home
day after the murder was committed.
It might bo adder, that Ccsario came seekers to get bargains, as I will take silver in exchange, Call on or address me for
from Cette to commit it, and that the x<gag»vcKOXi-jM«^-.Areaaa«z> armnnT-t-iM-:1-T.--mranrart r«Mrir tthu
pronunciation cf Cette and sept (seven)
is identical.—London Standard.
The supreme court has rendered a de
cision in the case to restrain the build
ing of a branch insane asylum in Eastern
Oregon, which leaves it in the same con
dition as the Soldiers Home case, with
no exhisting objection in the way of pro
ceeding with the erection of the branch
asylum. Governor Pennoyer, in an in
terview, expressed pleasure at the re
sult, viewing from a human standpoint
the creation and establishment of a
branch institute. He thinks it would bo
less expensive to the state anil all con
cerned to bavea portion of the insane kept
in Eastern Oregan, and that, as the pop
Old Papers for Sale.
ulation increases, the greater will be the
Old papers, suitable for wrapping pur
Mrs. DonneJIj’s Death.
need of such an institution. He is of the poses. putting under carpets, packing, etc.,
Mrs. Donnelly, wife of Hon. Ignatius
opinion that the asylum board will now for sale cheap at the R ecord office.
Donnelly, died very suddenly at Hast
proceed to consummate tho purchase of
Order your job printing from the Record ings, Minn., Tuesday, June 26.
the land in Union county and leave the
remainder of the provisions of the act for office and save money.
establishing a branch asylum to be car
ried into effect by the new board, con
sisting of Governor Lord, Secretary
Kincaid and Treasurer Metschan.
List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in the Ashland
I’. O., Oct. 15, 1894:
Erwin. Mr. L.
Brownell, Dan C.
Horner, F. C.
Grace, Mr, Wm.
Hembree, -- Mrs. S. A
Hastings, Mrs. Grace -------------
Mallery, Mrs. E. E. (3) Joiner, Mrs. W. D.
’.:, Mr. Alex.-2
Persons calling for same will please say
W. H B runk . P. M.
SELDOM EQUALED, NEVER EXCELLED
K)3UVx tz ull
BEST IM THE WO3LD.
cntlastiner two boxes c* ir.votcer brand. NoU
effected by heat.
7?TIIEGEN UJLN lie
FOR 8ALE BY DEALERS GENERALLY. J yr,
ATER STREET—Below the Livery
Stable. Terms reasonable;
TIIY US !
Successor to Hicks <0 McBride.
Passenger Coaches to Every Train.
VBfc- Freight moved about town at rates
- For Saie by Ashland Drug Company
LO .ER THAN ANY ONE ELSfJ.
Fire wood of all kinds delivered any
Newshoes, uouo equal—$1.50. At lhe
where in town at the lowest price.