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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1895)
A Call for a Meeting.
If You Go Farther You Will Fare Worse.
The members of Burnside Post and
There will he a meeting r.f the Countv
Corps will meet at their hall at 8:30 a. m. Central Commitfee of the People’s party
and form in procession at 9 o’clock on the of Jackson lotv tv at Central Point oil
Have put in a
plaza as follows:
Saturday Mav 25th 1895 at 1 o’clock p. m.
1. Ashland Band.
It is <1. sired that there he ,i represen
New Stock of
2. Co. D. 2 R-giment, O. N. G.
tative rotn each club in the county.
3* Burnside Post and all obi Soldiers Clubs that have not ele< ted their precinct
committees will call a meeting, n,.nie a
ELLS Everything FIRST-CLASS in
4. Burnside W. R. C.
precinct committee and elect a chairman
DRUGS und ut Reasonable Rutes .
5. School children.
of the same,as the chairman of each com
And are prepared to furnish
6. City authorities and citizens.
mittee will be a member of the County
goods at the
.il ’oíd Cheap John Drug-Stores.
The procession will then march to Ash Central Committe, according to plan of
land cemetary and decorate the graves ot state organization.
departed comrades and the unknown
F rank W illiams
Representative R. G. Smith the prosecu small children. After going about five dead according to the G. A. R. service.
Ch’inn P. P. Co. Central Committee.
Sells Stationery Cheaper
Story & Eggers, barbers. Ashland House tion. Neatbarnmer hired Bob Baber and
Ashland, Or., May 6,1S95.
1. Address by post commander.
than the Cheapest Man in
2e Music by the band, dirge.
flPtF’Give us a call and
Bill Webb, notorious up and down this
this or any other town.
Prayer by chaplain.
Parkinson & Wise, Soda manufactures, country as horae-racers, cow-boy» and back for Grants Paes, but was soon caught
“bad men with a gun,” as detectives and
4. America by Post and Corps.
consider it the best remedy for a debilitated
1 by Fiester and dragged to a hole of water,
30 minutes will be taken for decora system I ever used.” For Dyspepsia,
Fred Shnltz the irrepressible, was doing
MARSH & SMITH,
against the defendants, the parties whom
ting the graves and viewing the decora Liver or Kidnev trouble it excels. Price
held under the water until dead. After tions.
Mr. Neathammer wants to convict.
75 cents. Sold by E. A. Sherwin.
Mrs. J H. Martin left to-day for Oakland,
The prosecution presented 10 witnesses the woman was dead the man claims to beating of the drum and march to the
Burnett and Applegate.
Cal,, on a business trip.
in the examination. The defence put no . have tried to drown himself, but failed, Chautauqua where the following will be
Peter Burnett, the first governor and
Goto J. P Do<lge for refrigerators. He witnesses on the stand but vigorously i children to Merlin to tell the folks what carried out:
first supreme Judge of California, died
cross-examined the state’s witnesses.
keeps the best to be had.
he had done. He remained until the
in San Francisco last week. He was an
2. Reading Memorial orders.
For a clean shave or hair cut and bath go After the attorneys summed up the evi ¡crowd came up iron Meriin and then
pioneer coming with the Apple I
3. Post exercises.
to I. E. Deboy. Gold Hill.
gate party. From the Oregonian we
bound Mrs. Neathammer over to the came to Grants Pass and gave himself
WAS MOVED FROM THE I. O. O. F.
clip this sketch:
C. E. Donnelv is riding a 21-lb. Stearns j grand jury in the sum of $750, Wm. Bate i up to Sheriff Hiatt.
5. Oration by C. B. Watson.
At the preliminary examination Mon
wheel boughl of D. L. Rice.
block into their elegant new quar
Peter II. Burnett came across the
man in the sutn of $2500 and Wm. Ennis
6. Music by the choir.
plains to Oregon in 1843 with Jesse I
Mrs. II Judge left Tuesday for Chico, in tbe sum of $1500. They were all three day, Piester was bound over to appear
ters neatly and tastily fitted up in Atkin
Cal., to visit her daughter.
taken to the countv jail at Jacksonville before the next Josephine county grand
After the program a recess will be had Applegate. They never met again till
block next doon north of Postoffice, for
until 1:30 p. m when part of the post
Fox A Good will deliver ice to your door this morning by Constable Whipple and ! first degree.
nett’s office in San Francisco. In his
Detective Bill Webb.
every morning this summer.
the reception of their old patrons and
Fiester is about five feet ten inches
Though there is a strong probability
part to Talent to decorate the comrades’ “Recollections” Burnett relates how
Residence Lots for sale in
Howard Brown, a Hornbrook miner, was
and the public generally.
Applegate, giving an account of his his
that tbe authorities are on the right
visiting Ashland this week.
Pokegama, on reasonable
track, it ie believed that some further wife was a small woman and not stout.
Reuniort of Four Sisters.
Felix Kohn of Portland was on Sunday’s convincing evidence will be necessary to Both parties have been hard workers and
terms. Lots sold on the in
“In the Umpqua I had fine lands and
They are stocked tip with and are displaying the
train for Ager on a business trip.
Oregonian: On Tuesday last a stock and other property. After a white
convict. The evidence at the prelim
M. A. Loo«lev, representing the Gold inary examination was chiefly bar-room
I determined to go into the mercbantile
LSO 2,000 ACRES of Choice
eral Joseph Lane took place in this city. business. To make a long story short, I
Hill Miner, was in town Tuesday.
talk ami gossip among all the prostitutes, business relations.
reshest line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCER
Sugar and Yeliow Pine Land for
sold mv goods on credit to those who
P. Ivory. Sr., has relurned to Applegate tin-born», black-fegs, sand-baggers arid frankly told the entire story, seeming to
IES AND PROVISIONS in the City.
sale on the Klamath river. Terms
needed them most, and not to those who made to suit on application. Address
from a visit with friends about Ashland.
flim-flammers within a radius of a 100
from Spokana to visit her son at Gold were able to pay, lost $30.000, and quit
Mrs. Geo Hargadine and children went miles.
for his conduct. He claims other men Hill. It was the anniversary of her the business.” This story is very char
GIVE THEM A CALL-
to Grants Pass Monday to visit her parents, j
had so preyed upon his domestic happi birthday, and also the 42d anniversary acteristic of JeBse Applegate.
Elected Rose Queen.
Pokegama, Siskiyou Co., Cal.
Joseph Dame returned Sunday from
of the arrival of General Lane in this
The contest for Rose Queen ended at
Songer A Dame’s Klamath river mines.
midnight on Monday, after considerable there was no hope for him any way. He state with his five sons and four daugh
Lost, Srayed or Stolen
J. H. Huffer was np from Jacksonville interest and friendlv rivalry, not on the claim* to be unable to understand whv ters. At the residence of her sister, Mrs.
Dave Payne is up from Redding on a
Friday and talked mining and gold-bugism. part of the ladies, bnt rather among the
Winnifred Mosher, Mrs. Barlow met her business trip.
WHITE 3-YEAR OLD HEIFER,
Send to Parkinson A Wise of Pokegama. men who had set their minds on electing moment and held his wife’s head under I ' two other sisters, Mrs. Shelby and Mrs,
marked upper crop left ear and split
« * OUR SUPERB LINE OF #
Cal., for yonr soda water, sarsaparilla, etc. their favorite. As it took tnonev to vote, water until she died. He says he quar S. E. Floed. One of General Lane’s states on a trip.
in right. N K monogram on left hip or
reled with his wife nearly all day and sons, Nat, is dead; th& others, Joseph
Miss Ada Culver has returned to Duns
$2.50 for any information which re
S. S. Aiken of Prospect has been ap sults stifle..
had talked very hard and at times Simon, John and Lafayette, are living in
in the finding of same.
muir from a visit with her family in Ash who could plank tip the most “dough” abused
W. N. KO UNS.
and the 8. P. R. R. boys and Wells-Fargo
Fiester is an old pioneer of Josephine
B. F. Crouch left Monday for Oakland,
James J. Corbet gave some pretty good Cal., to remain a month or more.
Mrs. Dr. Ozias returned to Roseburg & Co.’8 messengers were soon into the county and Mrs. Fiester was a daughter
Monday from a visit with her family in struggle with their favorites.
of Ben Brown of Woodburn a prominent when he was in San Francisco last. He
and highly respected family. Mrs.
them that the best way to get strong land friends and relatives this week.
The familv of Locomotive Fireman Cha». the ballot Iwix the last evening and there Brown came after the body and took it to told
In the matter of the estate of Martha
avoid all excesses in youth, so that
Ralph Bunch has returned from ___
Ash- Wells, deceased.
Patrick left Tuesday to join him at Tucson,
Salem for burial. Their daughter, known they should arrive at manhood lusty and land
Notice is herebv given that the under
many votes would elect and the point as Jet Biack, came to Grants Pass from healthy. Many men who have been guilty barbershop.
signed has been duly appointed by the
8. J. Stortner left Tuesday for California was how many are the other fellows Sisson to see her mother but tbe remains of excesses and over-indulgencies, and have
D. T. Sears, U, S. government store keep
used the Celebrated Medicine “CUPI-
after which he goes to Tucson and Phoenix,
Court of Jackson county, Oregon,
going to put in. The express boys’ sage had been taken to Salem when she ar DENE” lived to give testimony of its won er of the distillerv, and M. Purdin the Conntv
probate, administrator of the
and prophet thought to raise the sum to
derful stimulating and curative powers. blacksmith, spent Sunday in Ashland.
estate of Martha Wells, deceased.
M. R Moore, W. II Gilbert and Chas. 1200 would bring the persimmon and he rated husband, Thos. Biack, killed Jesse “CUPIDENE” will check all the waste tis
Miss Alva McDowell, the school teacher,
All persons having claims against the
Henry left to-day for the Beaver creek a great sufficiency. The railroad boys’ Rice in her bouse of ill-fame at Grants sue of the body. In fact, it stops all losses.
returned Sundav from a visit with Miss estate are required to present them to the
sack—plethorically full from Sunday’s
undersigned at Ashland,Oregon, properly
Ex-Warden I. W Berry was on Friday’s pay ear—feared their express friends had Black is now serving a term in the pen vegetable Compound. It is as sure to friends.
strengthen the generative organs as it is to
vertified as by law required, within six
train for Salem from a trip to San F ran- gone and done it and just a few minutes itentiary.
Hon. B. F. Harding, a prominent citizen months from date hereof.
rebuild and regenerate you. Trial package
before the pools closed put in about 2000
$1 00; 6 packages $5.00. For sale by E. A. and public man in Oregon’s history, is
WM. F. SONGER,
Mrs. Thos. Kinney returned to Jackson votes. When the votes were counted the
down from Lane county visiting Jackson
S herwin .
Administrator of the estate of Martha
ville yesterday from a visit with Mrs. J. E. express boys wanted to kick themselves Theo Cameron appointed administrator
for being so dull, ami the jubilant rail and Silas J. Dav, W. J. Plymale and L. L.
Dated May 13, 1895.
George Kelly of Kansas arrived Sunday
to visit his son and niece, Miss Minnie crowned their girl Queen of the Roses.
F. T. Fradenburgh, Prop.
May 17. 1895, of cancer, Isaac Milten
The carnival will take place some time
fW P H Legate. Med
berger, aged 76 years.
The 19th annual meeting of the Pioneer
A D Spencer, Chicgo W W Savage, S F
Howell's $9 boots or shoes are guaranteed in the first part of June.
Tbe final vote canvassed Monday at mid the Town Hall in Jacksonville, on Thurs
G W Smith, City
Tom R Wilson,“
to give satisfaction and last a year. Oppo night
was as follows: Kate Hansen, 2502,
A Woman Who Will Work.
W N Luckey, "
Krank Arnold, “
site I. O O. F. block.
Emma Howard. 1282; Susie Martin, 107;
E O Parrott, R B
Wanted in every county to introduce the F T Davis. Port’ld
A. D. Naylor, the saw-mill man, went to Allie Farlow. 21; Carrie Roper. 19; Nellie purpose of electing officers of tbe Society Celebrated
E E Sayles, Steinmn Have put in
"Hygeia” Waists for all ages. J Warner, S F
Pokegama Monday to see about taking a Stanley, 14, Mildred Brunk, 10; Maud Gal- for the ensuing year and to transact any This waist supercedes
A W Gilroy, Salem H Brown
position in the lumber mill.
lan’,5: Clara Mingus. 5; Mabel Chisholm. 5;
M onday —
the unanimous approval of the F M Johnson, S F
Hallie Million, 3: Fannie Markle. 3; Jennie brought before the meeting. A full atten received
J. W. Storms is visiting J. G. Briscoe of Andrews,
0 C Riches, Port
leading physicians of America. $3.00 outfit J H Boyd,
dance is desirable
shine-« gloriously in the
Trail creek and mav conclude to locate. Lulu Feudal, 1: Scattering, 16.
free. Any energetic woman can make from E O Purrott, Red B W N Luckey, City
Silas J. Day, Secretary.
^zao^At Pokegama, Cal
woi hl of foot wear, exem-
I H W . Brower.
He is a practical school teacher.
$15 to $50 weekly, Send for circulars and Al Schoett, Duns
plyfyinsr every good qual
H H McCarthy. PortiM Gartenberg, S F
The Republican Clubs.
HYGEIA M F’G Co..
Public School Exercises.
H. E. Slocum of this citv l,as been grant
ity at ainable in leather,
B R Kingsbury
¡J C F McGriff. S F
378 Canal St., New York.
ed a pension of $8 per month with two
absolute comfort, perfect
Tbe Bacealaureate address to the grad
years and 10 months back pay.
uating class of the Ashland High School Portland this week are having a rocky
Butte Creek News.
F riday —
fit. wonderful durability,
short notice. »
correct style and low
The’summer exodus from the citv to the will be given by Prof. Hitchcock at the time between the two tactions that split
W ” Bevington.DunsjF L Southwick, 8 F
the senatorship in the last legislature. friends here.
E C Murray,
watering places has not vet begun, bnt Methodist church next Sunday evening.
I M Muller, Med’fd F W Gibbs, Med
The Commencement exercises of the The free silver republicans pressed their
business at the beering places is very brisk.
Elsworth Cameron of Corvalis is here J A Whitman, “
Ashland High School will be held at the case .hard, but the Portland ring had
T uesday —
Rufus Cole, of Cole’s station, and Silas Opera
Otto Guthman. Port A A Alien, Port
Shattuck, prominent residents of the south The following scholars graduate:
Wm. 0. Daley had his hand operated on Geo W Collins, “
G E Dayton,St Louis
side of the Siskiyous were in town yester Theresa Bryant, Gertrude Sutton, Bertha coinage resolution by a large majority, for an abscess last week.
W N Luckey, City IW N Luckey, City
A Williams, Hypatia Klum. Halcevon L.
A Hermann. Or Cy J L Marks, 8 S F
Mr. Fuller of Big Stickey was over visit C
D B Brvant, S F
' C Truax, Chicago
Before being taken in blindly call on Whitmore, Myrtle Grainger, Isabel Ross,
8 V Sheffaer, S F
C S Boyle. S F
Vnupel, Norris A Drake and get a pair of Edith Gregory. Walter G. Walrad. Bernard
Born on Big Butte May 16,1895 to Mr. and W A Hemphill. S F E 1) Ivory. Oakland
hand-turned. French kid shoes that for E. Spencer, ’ Winfred Y. Crowson and
The Saxeman propertv.
acres Mrs. Andrew Stanley a daughter.
Jas Myer.»,’ Gridley J 11 Pinkston, R B
merly sold for $5.50 for $2.50.
choice fruit orchard. Good 7—room
C F Gegax, Duns
I M Muller. Medford
Don’t forget the King’s Daughters enter
house, Applv to E. E. Deming on went to Central Point Saturday and are to C E Ramage. Chicgo C O Damon.
VAUPEL, NORRIS & DRAKE.
lias added another chair to His
tainment, the cantata “The Coronation of
J W Smith, Yreka
R Cole, Coles
Old Reliable Establishment and
the Rose” at the opera house tomorrow
S aturday —
J W Curry. Medford
is better prepared than ever to
P. B. Davis and Mike Mayfield started A M Gibson, Boston Ira A Phelps. ••
Invocation................ Rev. 8. E. Meminger.
accommodate the Shaving pub
Friday with a band of 350 head of cattle for W N Luckey,
A stimulant is often needed to nourish Salutatory,
“Crutches”...... Gertie Slitton.
Shades' of Avoca . Al Schadt. Duns
and strengthen the roots and to keep the , Class History ................ Myrtle Grainger. pelle of Eugene are prospecting on Cotton Crook county.
Smith, Virginia J D Hill, Medford
hair a natural color. Hall’s Hair Renewer ( Oration.................. "The Electrical Future” wood creek and have struck the original
John Young our efficient road supervisor J G A W Booth,
Peter Moore, “
Blue wash gravel and have taken out some has had a force of men and teams on the
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
is the best tonic for the Hair.
Winfred Y. Crowson.
R W Mance, Quincv J 8 Bailey
fine colors, the largest being 54 cents. In
Ex-State Printer F. C. Baker was on Essay, “Uncut Leaves”...... Edith Gregory. running into the bank 48 feet the blue road the last week.
W F Bangasser, S F J H Bedlinger, Med
Remember the place
Misses Mary Silsby, Clara
Tuesday's train returning from a trip to Double Trio,
Geo. Heckathorn was looking for a doctor M S Wade,
W ednesday —
gravel increases in size from one inch to six
Old Mexico and New York. His wife stop
last Friday to lance his hand; he was suffer J H Pinkston, R B Will Goldman, Port
Opposite the Plaza.
Whited, Mrs. Chrisman.
ped oft at San Francisco to visit.
ing with it very much.
J Brown,Hillsboro,O WRNSley,
Oration,.............. “Signs and Superstitions”
The Ashland Mine crushed 49 tons of ore
H. B. Higinbotham passed through town T James. Pity Chicago W B Humbert, Bndn
M. F. Eggleston, president of the Ash
in a five days-run last week, which realized
■ C E Selph. Tillamook
Friday on his way to the county seat. He J H 8 Worwood,
land bimetaiic league, went to Portland Essay.. .“The Chances of an Ashland Girl” enough to pay off the hired help.
Smith, Phoenix C A Hermann, OrCy
reports stock looking well.
Monday to represent the Ashland Repub
vs O 0 Tiffany et al; equity.
F. M. Plymale went to Beaver creek Sun
lican league in state convention.
Oration, ................. "The Good Old Times”
Kate M Lemberger appointed to take tes
Mr. Loosely of theGold Hill Miner called D A Brower, Spokane E I) Seymour, S F
day to superintend the work of getting the
Buv a ticket for the Kings Daughters
Torrey placer mine opened for the season’s on onr correspondent Monday morning. D T Sears, Medford J H Boyd,
Chas. Nickell vs 8 D Sheridan, to recover
entertainment tomorrow evening. It is Essay. “Our Graduation”........ Isabel Ross. run. The mine has been prospected for i He seems to be a very pleasant young gentle M Purdin,
E O Parrott, R B
monev better spent than hitting a crap
M Winter, Portland .1 Randle
several years for a very rich back channel. man.
■ State of Oregon vs A Weigel. Motion to
game or sending money to convert the cof
|S S Goldsmith. S F
Wm. Wifey and wife of Ashland came Jay Gould,
E E. Sayles of Steinman, who is working
remit bond denied and district attorney
Halceyon L. Whitmore.
And we have just received this week Five Cases
a placer mine on Bumble Bee creek, oppo
W N Luckey, City ! W C Bevington,Duns ordered to collect same.
N. M. Singleton returned Sunday from Oration........................... “A Spider’s Web” site Patterson Bros. & Payne's rich placer’s friends around their old home last Friday J A Whitman, Med IH H Howard, Port
Hanley vs Hanley; partition. Kale M
Bernard E. Spencer.
of Magnificent Lines of
his trip to Klamath x allsand was with aback
on Beaver creek, went over to his property
Lemberger appointed to take testimony.
W M Singleton, Port W M Welch,
load of people about half an hour from the Class Prophecy....................Hypatia Klum. Monday.
Miss Daisy Stanfield was thrown from a J E Envart, Med
scene at the time of the recent stage hold Valedictory............ “Rowing, not Drifting”
ID H Stewart,
J H. Huffer, who has taken out some buck board yesterday on her way to the F M Mingus, “
Antelope church, onto her head and should
used Dr. King’s New
Presentation of Diplomas.... F. H. Carter.
ers and came near breaking her neck but
Discovery know its value, and those who
Mrs. J. Clint’s millinery store is receiving
President of Board. Jackson creek this spring, took out 16 lbs. came off with only some severe bruises.
A new blacksmith shop has been started Iftve not, have now the opportunity to try
of ore a few days ago that is nearly all gold.
new goods every week, and to day receives
it Free. Call on the advertised Druggist
another invoice of stylish hats. Being
A new smelting plant with a capacity of Antelope church and organized a S. 8. with
and get a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your
goods of fine quality and made up in an
1000 tons per day will be put in the vicinity J. F. Creed Supt. Mrs. David Cingcade ing her mother, Mrs. Deal, in llenley.
name and address to 11. E. Bucklen <fc Co.,
artistic manner, her stock finds ready safe.
Chicago.and get a sample box of Dr. King’s
of the Iron Mountain mine in Shasta assistant sup. Mrs Carney Sec. Thomas
Butler Helman and family and Henry
Ogden Hoffman, formerly superintendent New Life Pills, Free, as well as a copy of
Reed and family have gone to their Jose
of the Black mine, has returned home to Guide to Health and Household Instructor
phine countv ranch“». This leaves Gen. HOOPER- REESER.—At the residence of Yreka Journal.J
Songer & Datne, lessees ot the McCon
and Mrs. E. L. Applegate living alone the
Mrs. Emma Hornby nee Emma Matney
and cost you nothing. 8old by E. A.
The Black Jack is running a small cretv good
Reeser, in Highland Park addition to nell & Qtiinne or Pacific river mine, on formerly
first time since the birth of their first child.
Ashland, Mav 22. 1895. at 8:30 p. m. by the island jnst below the mouth of Hum
is completely paralized in her right side former supt. of the Klamath Consolidated
Fred T. Fradenburg was subpoenaed to
the Rev. G. W. Black, Chas. E. Hooper bug creek, on the Klamath, are crowding ton
Central Point Items.
is perfectly helpless. Her father James mine near Henley. The river claims along
Woodville Tue-dav on the Neatbamer case
and Miss Pearl Reeser.
returned Saturday from
as the prosecution’s leading witness. The
the Klamath are under good headway
The ceremony was performed in the par
her Sams valley visit.
importance of his testimony must have lors of the fine home of Mr. and Mrs. Reeser, force employed. They started up their visiting his daughter Mrs. Arther Creed.
working large forces of men.
simmered down when he got there, as he the high-contracting parties standing under steam engine several davs ago and met “A friend in need is a friend in deed.”
Mrs. Hershberger was tapped by Dr.
Chas, Ross and Joe Weinzinger met with
was not cal let! to the stand, not knowing an arch decorated with myrtle and choice with a serious accident by the breaking
Geary Friday and a gallon of water taken
anything about the case.
A friend advised me to use Ely s Cream
Howers, the rugged and tuanlv groom being of the extensive pump for raising water
Prices from $4.00 to $18.00 per suit, and
work on some cribbing for a wingdam in from her and she is now much better.
The Kings Daughters will put the can dressed in the conventional wedding suit to the sluices, and are now replacing the Balm and after using it six weeks I believe at
they are all of the most beautiful patterns
tala, "Our Rose Queen” on the boards at and the bride never looked happier and same with a dip wheel, which will work myself cured of catarrh. It is a most valu Tbe cribbing gave way, throwing both in running a tunnel to tap their ledge and will
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Ganiard s opera house Friday, May 24th. sweeter in a plain old rose suit. Only the to better advantage. They are also put able remedy.—Joseph Stewart, 624 Grand the river. Ross was carried down stream put up an arastra in the near future. The
have ever been able to offer to the trade
Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Don’t fail to give the Kings Daughters a family and immediate relatives were pres
a quarter of a mile and when rescued it ledge has every indication of being rich.
lift on this enterprise. They are in need of
during our long experience in the cloth-
operate the electric light plant, letting duced him to try Ely’s Cream Balm and took some time to bring him to conscious
the money for a mighty good cause. The ding lunch.
The Central Point people’s party club
ing business in Ashland.
Tne bride is the daughter of the pioneer the steam engine furnish power for the
entertainment will be first-class.
ropes which held him under the water have given up their proposed 4th of July
hardware and tinware merchant of Ashland derrick and China Dump used in clearing He appears as well as any one.—J. C. Olm* guy
and when liberated he was tound to be
The big black l>ear that ha» been monarch and an amiable, interesting and attractive
stead, Arcola, Ill,
badly bruised about the face. Both are could not make satisfactory arrangements
of all be surveyed in the Wagner Butte young lady. Mr. Hooper comes from the 6ipage water. The claim next below,
with the present board in charge of the fair
getting along as well as could expected.
section these 20 or 30 years, was caught in Grand Rapids. Mich., but has been in Ore of the name ownership, is also being
A steel trap last week "set bv 8. H. Calhoun. gon about nine years, conducting a real worked energetically, and a cut will soon
Hairs from Antelope.
His toot would make a 13 inch in diameter estate business at Astoria where he owned be made to the bedrock of channel for
Five hundred horned toads will be
A Visit, to Nortli Carolina.
A. L. Haselton of Eagle Point is teaching
track. Mr. Calhoun has preserved the hide the first addition to Gearhart Park on Clat realizing rich pay.
Our fine tailor made clay worsteds
from San Diego to Hawaii.
the “Young Idea” of Brownsboro with his
Cochranton, Pa.—“Some years ago I had
(Hie of his numerous hunting trophies.
sop Beach ar.d where he yet retains real
The Chinese company working the old usual success. Mr. Haselton is actively The toads are wanted at the islands for occasion to visit North Carolina, and while at $12.00, $15.00 and $18.00 will more
Sheriffs. Patterson went over to C<*leson estate property. He has been a resident of Benz Bar mine, opposite Honolulu, is preparing appropriate memorial exercises bug catchers.
there had one of my bilious attacks. Hear
yesterday’s train to go over to the Patter
tor the 30th of May.
ing, for the first time, of Simmons Liver than please you when you tae a lo < at
son Bros. A Payne placer mines on Beaver
Regulator, I tried it. Nothing before had them. They fit fully as well as any suit
Miss Lillie Temple of Central Point is wholesale arrests of bicyclists who did so
creek. They have a fine prospect for a good well organized to contest the battles of life one of the richest claims on the river, teaching
effectually relieved me. I could in no
haul of the vellow metal this season and
way benefit others more than by putting you can get made at a great deal higher
Sheriff Patterson will without doubt ge'a
such a remedy in their hands.”—N. N.
Miss Lillie’s success in her first effort. May required by the city ordinance.
great deal more profitable return from the staff and this office in congratulating him
S hepard . _________________
price and are just as well cut, all the very
An order of the A. P. A. is in process
;nine than from his office.
also expects to see him in years to come and prospecting this spring in the Sis and her worth.
of organization in Carson City and
tfefer Linn of Pokegama went to Luding win as much credit as a husband and father kiyou mountain foothills, near the Ore
A Memorial sernr.on will be delivered
Every where pe pie are talking politics, Reno, Nev. A big excursion went
ton, Mteb.. Sunday on a month’s visit. as he has added to his record as a clever gon line, especially on Beaver, Elliott, and
at the Chautauqua building on Sunday
their talk is indicative of much think
Robt. Leonard ticketed him over the North rustler and solicitor.
Humbug and Grouse creeks, and from ing along the right line.—a line that inev down from Virginia City to complete May 26, 1895, at 11 a. m. under the aus
ern Pacific. A. C. Spencer, also of the
Our reason for being able to offer clothing at the prices
reports received all seem to be meeting itably leads to that more equitable condi the work.
picies of Burnside Post No. 23 G. A. R.
lumber company left fpr Ludington on the
tion of mankind when there will be “Equal
with excellent success.
8. P. and J. M H ansen’s family will return
we do, is simply the fact that we do not sell one dollar’s
rights to all and special privileges to
to Pokegama with hn».
been chosen to represent the Protestant and Corps will meet in their hall at 10
Considerable activity in mining pre none.”
¡ The delinquent tax list has been turned
Episcopal missionary jurisdiction of a. m. and march in a body to the Chau- worth on time, and you only have to pay for what you buy
vails in the Callahans and South Fork
Conductor D. C. Agler after escorting the over to the sheriff.
tauquav. All old soldiers and sailors are
state railroad commissioner over the 8. P.
of Scott river district, where rich strikes
been holding regular meetings during Northern California at Minneapolis in invited to join with us; also the citizens yourself, and not the bad debts contracted by other parties.
me ' ~ Attorney
• art _fthe
k at Grants Pass the in both quartz and placer have lately has
lines in Oregon took
the pay car over the
the winter and spring, rendered a very
The report that the rail- ; nrM part 01 ne ',eel“
route last week Tuc
and interesting program Satur
Major A. W. Barrett of Los Angeles of Ashland and vicinity.
road commissioners had pulled theirprivate I The4lh of July celebration at Jacksonville been made, with plenty of water for a enjoyable
car into a country town and held a dance | promises to be a grand affair,
after harvest when the young people will has been appointed adjutant general of
“One good mother is worth a hundred
and a small scaled trip fiesta on their last i Mrs. Mary A. Taylor of Eagle Point, is i
Times are lively in the Oak Bar section have more time to devote to literary work. the National Guard of California by
” said George Herbert. Men
trip is a slander on the commissioners Mr. i ! visiting friends here this week.
this season, as some 75 more men are
Governor Budd. R. E. Peeler of Fresno schoolmasters,
are what their mothers make them. But
Crops on “stickey” in the Antelope val
if the mothers are peevish and irritable,
Circuit court will finally adjourn for tbe
ley will be better than for several years, if will be assistant adjutant general.
A targe delegation of A. P. A.’s trom the term
Horse creek for Epsev, Hunter & Co. nothing unusual transpires between this
next Saturday May 25th, 1895.
A freight train on the E. and N. rail through irregularities, “female weakness,”
-Medford Jodge drove up Tuesday evening I
The ditch is to be 4 1-10 miles in length,
and harvest. There is a much larger road ran into a fallen tree near Chema- and kindred ailments, they find nopleasure,
and after Diepting with the Ashland lodge i Deputy Clerk Smith’s family are visiting over a mile of which has already been time
no beauty in the care of their babes. All
of corn than ever before in that
aet down to’a big banquet at Parson’s res- J with Doiph Cartten's folks on Butte creek. constructed. The ditch will have a acreage
nus, B. C., 50 miles from Victoria. The effort is torture. Let us such, who feel
laurant. They had a enthusiastically fine
G Elksnat has been appointed deputy
known by the people living in the locomotive went into the ditch and the weighed to the earth with “weaknesses”
time, but nobodv hut thqse that rode the I county surveyor by County Surveyor R. \V. dump of 120 feet and 230 feet pressure, slightly
and in the towns, is among the engineer, Tony Silkene, was badly hurt. peculiar to their sex. try Dr. Pierce's Favor
A. P. A. billy goat knows ttje occasion for I . Kennedy.
ite Prescription. They will find the little
Jackson county, be
greatest success. There is a large body cause of its strong, of
The Frisbie house in South Vailejo is ones a delight instead of a torment
Mrs Wm. Hanley of Harney county is
4 letter from the assistant commit- visiting in Jacksonville the guest of her of rich gravel on the creek, all of which tion relative to timber, wood, water and in ashes. The place was fired by an in
To those about to become mothers it is a
has shown excellent prospects.
protection of foot-hills and mountains, cendiary and there is not a stick left of
eioner of the general land office to Rep- I sister Mrs. L. L. Jacobs
boon. It lessens the pains and
Fickle appetite, tired feeling, stomach
the building. Several previous efforts perils of childbirth,
gesentaXiy.“ Ellis c< nvevs the information
shortens labor and pro
irnit culture, its proximity to the prospect
Marriage license issued by the county
that the herding or pasturing of sheep is I clerk May 21st. to C. E. Hooper and Miss
ive railroad, its natural beauty, and its
sickness and weakness can be
prohibited in tbe Cascade range forest Pearl Reeser; A. J. Gillette and Mis • May Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your “stickey” roads in winter time, must be
Any one who has ever had an attack of nurishment for the child.
reserve, as being considered injurious to Coleman.
tried to be appreciated.
inflainniatorv rheumatism will rejoice with
promptly remedied by using
Silver Lake Stock Market.
relief. This medicine has been found to be
the herbige and undergrowth.
Mr. J. A. Stumin. 220 Boyle Heights, Los
Deputy Assessor Grieve was in tbe city peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of
Angeles, over his fortunate escape from a
Monday on business. He has about com all Female Complaints, exerting a wonder
The R ecord is in receipt of the
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen & Co., siege of that distressing ailment. Mr. delivering the 3000 head of steers which
pleted the work assigned him in the north ful direct Influence in giving strength and
denti Journal1’ of the San Francieco eastern part of the county.
is foreman of Merriam’s confection they recently sold to a California man.
tone to the organs. If vou have Loss of Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. Stumm
establishment. Some months ago, on I They will be driven aeross to Ontario and
Girls’ High School. It is a regular
Appetite,Con-tipation, Headache. Fainting King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince ery
Do you know, if you want to go East and Spells, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, you of their merits. These pills are easy in leaving the heated work room to run across I i iron’ there will l»o shlppel to the Eastern
«naa^zioe, elegantly printed and well
the street on an errand, he was caught out
edited. Miss Catrte Herrin, daughter of desire a Pullman Tourist Sleeper, that you Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Spells, action and are part iculary effective in the in
The _ result
Imarket- Eskin 4 Zimmerman from
the rain. >me
___ " was
__ he wal
be detained from 12 to 16 hours unless Electric Bitters is the medicine you need. cure of Constipation and Sick headache*
Hon. J. B. Peri in ot this city, is the wilt
Dakota are here buying cattle.
and Strength are guaranteed bv its
business manager »f tie Journal. She that the Northern Pacific is the only line Health L.r.._hoxlt.
bought quite a number of the
_ CM .1B. A. anteed to be perfectly free from every
ia to be congratu’ate 1 <pher able man running Pullman Tourist Sleepers through use.
delet- tism. He was taker, home, and on arrival Sammer Lake men’s cattle. Ttiey are
It strengthens and builds up the enfeebled system, creates
agement in eectir ng so moch advertising to the east without delay. Time and money
erious substance and to be pqrelv vegetable. wrs placed in front of a good fire and offering $25 for 3-year-ol l 6tefcis and
for the paper as well as its firat-cliis busi* saved by this route. For full information, I Vaupel, Norris (fc Drake have received an They do rot 'fc^aken bÿ lheit action, Dut by thoroughly rubbed with Chamberlain's from $10 to $12 for stock cattle. The re- a good appetite and promotes digestion, clears the complexion and
time cards, nr<ps, etc., ca J on or address, exceptiona i.v fine line of spring and sum- giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly Pain Balm. During the evening and night I port is that diey wanted near lüJJQû
Robert Leonard, Agent, A'hland, Or.
system. Regular size _ac. he was repeatedly bathed with this liniment, head.___
er cloth ng ^nd nts f irnishing goods invigorate the system,
restores the body to perfect health.
and by morrilrtg« was.. relfevfitL of all rlieu- j
Shiloh's Cure is ?o d on a guarantee. It
s trade and the general turn"-
a. A S herwin .
Hats! So it is a hat you are after. Ju«t ble down of prices tor good goods
cures incipient Consun ptlon. It s t' e
t M H< in
Sold by all Druggists at Si.oo per bottle.
v aupci, j^urria
yrr pair, ov
call and etc
in praising i Chamberlain’s Patn Balm, and fier gives freshness and clearness to the
best C jugh <uie. <'nlv ope cen- a do e. Cail
They will suit and
e (.V» d HowelTs boot »nd »het shop, oppbnte I< Q. always keeps
keej a bottle of it in the house, Complex ion and
Constipât ion, 25 cfen
THE Dfc: «1. H. MCLEAN MEDIÜÎNK CO», STt WOVTSj MOi
I ynMt) bu rare» DUWt fRM
rbr nite By
“J Ei At SnxsSriX.
Mtíü, «mil $1) BUld bv E; A'. Sherwin.
Arrested for the Neathammer Rob- ANOTHER MURDER AT THE
of his wife arid hereon, Win. Bateman, Chas. Fiester, an Oregon Othello,
ASHLAND. O r .. .T huhmday . May 23. 1895 and Sidney and Wm. Ennis, last Sunday
Drowns His Wife in a Mud Pond.
tor the larceny of $72iX) of Neat ham mer’s
Chas. Fiester murdered his wife mar
money out of its hiding place in Neat-
P i.-s Saturday.
Pillis, »X AL IM» NOCI vl-
hammer’a granary at the farm near Gold
The pair had been separated for a long
Hill. Tbe warrant waa sworn out in
Bert Wimer is vFi ing Ashland.
Justice ot the Peace Simon Simpkins’ time, and when Ftcbfer came to Grants
Pass tie prevailed on his wife to go to
Judge Howell went to California Tuesday. court at Wo .dvilie ami Constable Whip Merlin, where he was logging, ami keep
ple made the arrests. Tne preliminary
Mrs. Mattie Carrick has returned to examination took place at Woodville house for them. The woman consented
Tuesday and yesterday.
Crowell A to go fora week, and they started to Mer
The Sisson Mascot lias suspended publi Parker represent the defendants and lin, nine miles distant, with the three
Lowest Market Price
PARKINSUN & WISE
L. V. HIGH
SUMMSR CLOTHING GALORE.
;Q-0 G G
Q H g^OUNT.
Dr. J. H. McLean’s