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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1895)
The Soldiers Reunion.
Death of Mrs. Barlow.
3^OT2E j X- i OTòZEjQ-OItT Mrs. T. S. Hawking, Chattanooga, Tenn..
Commander Abe Axtell, of the district
Huffer’s new quartz mill is
If Y om G o Farther You Will Fare Worse.
says, ‘‘Shiloh’s Vitalizer saved my life. 1
' soldiers reunion was in Ashland this I ____
F. T. Fradenburgh.Prop.
- . Barlow, i : bei,1K Put UP on tbe,r Jackson creek ledge.
ASHLAND. Ox .T hursday , July 18, 1895. week arranging for a big time for the re- I national Revenue Collector
T hursday —
S unday —
of | A Simmons placers al
system I ever used.” For Dyspepsi
---- c*L VI>V Morning
U1JIUU LF1 at the
P M Devlin, Jville
i union in Ashland Sept. 17th to 21st,
Cash Walker, D F,
Liver or Kidney trouble it excels. Pri
Dr DeBar A fam, do
| inclusive. Senator Mitchell and Con- Mrs Hxrlnw wou a «» awowo KI«
PERSONAL. AND SOCIAL.
Mrs. Barlow was
venerable pioneer up for the season’s run.
H H Clark, Cen Pt Horace Pelton,Gid H 75 cents. Sold by E. A. Sherwin.
i gressman Hermann expect to be there. [ lady of Orrgon and came to Gold Hill
The Sonoma county grape crop is not
Hattie Sisetuoie, do
¡Commander Axtell has appointed Rev. several mont hs ago from Snokane, Wash.,
Ralph Moon has returned to Sams valley . Robt. McLean district chaplain.
, Co. had 15 tons of their ore crushed in the ; J R McKnight, do
W N Luckey, City
to the average this year.
to make her home with her son.
Ashland quartz mill last week which yield ' j Fannin. Phila
G W Smith, do
oil men of Los Angeles are ar
A A Whiteman & wf,
That Wagon Road.
Miss Angie Mullen, a photoartist is visit
A Frightful IXVHUCUV.
ELLS Everything FIRST-CLASS is
ranging to form a combine.
ing Ashland friends.
Kinney A Provost, representing the Judg- U M Damon, Salem A C Spear, Woodv
i The Ashland-Klamath Falls wagon, James Linn, son of D. Linn of Jackson-
DRUGS and at Reasonable Rates.
creditors on Saturday bid in the Ash K S Bean, do
Joseph Dame went over to his river mine road improvement keeps on apace and ville met w ith a terrible accident at Med- ■ ment
Mrs C Manderville,
on Klamath river last week.
the finance committee has secured $2000 ford Monday afternoon about 4 o
Avoid Cheap John Drugstores.
o ’ ’ clock,
clock. tor $21,523.43. The injunction proceedings
Medford Dora Knowles, Jville
Clifton E. Mayne has been indicted at
to I —
He — Was . helping
the crew of the R. R. V. instituted bv Attorney Driggs were set as Mrs I A Webb,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Neuber of Jackson | hereabouts.
Portland with Ultora' nt
I R. R. do their yard switching and make ide by J tidge Hanna.
ville visited Ashland Sunday.
Mrs H A Galloway .do A M Smith. Port
from local merchants to Portland whole up the train to run back to Jacksonville.
Vessels drawing 20 feet of water now
A Adelaide Beebe. Cy W Rosenblatt, S F
ALONG THE KLAMATH RIVER.
Mrs. Hooten returned to Gold Hill Mon sale merchants has seen allot them and
Sells Stationery Cheaper
the Eureka bar with ease.
day from a visit in Shasta county.
The third cut at the Benz Bar mine, C C Beekman, Jville
each firm has offered to give the road a became set and the coupling bar over
than the Cheapest Man in
; Sacramento merchants have decided
C A Hermann, Rsbg H B Miller, G Pass
Miss May Davis has returned home to substantial lift. M. F. Eggleston and the cow catcher of engine jammed itself
or any other town.
R B Dilwortn,do
Merlin from a visit with Ashland friends.
Citv Surveyor Jesse McCall are expected right though the thigh of his leg, mash
yield than lrom the two former cuts to C A Shepherd A fam, ¡Sam S Goldsmith
Robert Blythe has been arrested at
Major Brockenbraugh returned Sunday to finish the work of planning the road ing it badly. The bone was pushed
Ashland, Emma Howard
Victoria, B. C., for abducting a 15-year-
from an official visit to the U. S. land office bed and deciding on the changes soon through and stuck out of thigh. He was bed rock. This is considered the best Dr DeBar A fam.
Jvill; |T James
and it is expected the actual work of im taken home on the same train where claim on the river, but the Chinese W N Luckey, City
G E Neuber & wf,Jvill
Grant Crary has returned from the provement will begin soon.
Gail A. Swan, city councilman of
Dre. Robinson, Geary and Waite reset take out.
Geo H Robinson,
J H Beecher, 8 F
hospital at Oakland, Cal., and thinks the
A. T., committed suicide re
Opens Sept. 2(1.
F W Johnson, Chic ,F Weeks, Med
physicians are about through with him.
Prof. W. T. Van Scoy will open the
C Riches, Port
A carload of Jacksonville people came up Ashland
Started on New Wheat.
the Superintendence of Wm. Steele, son W F Bangasser, do >O
Rev. A. C. Hirst of San Francisco has
yesterday to hear their native son, B. B. !
Joshua Patterson brought in the first of the late Judge Steele, is now doing Mrs C 1 Hutchinson. Clara Colvig, Jville
been elected president of the Chautau
Beekman, talk to the Chautauqua assembly. ' corps of teachers Sept. 2d.
Medford I Agnes E Devlin, do
wheat of the season to the Ashland Rol considerable dead work in order to strike
society at Pacific Grove.
You cannot be well unless your blood is i
ler mills Tuesday. The mill started up t»ie ledge low down, with belief of secur Mrs I C Hamilton, do • J R Sechrist, S F
The Creamery Men Here.
TJAS MOVED FROM THE I. O. O. F.
state law compelling barbers to
J B Horner, Corvallis | E R Manzy, do
pure. Therefore purify your blood with ; E A. Parks and F.P. Richey, of Somo yesterdaj’ with the additional of a double ing rich pay.
the best blood puntier, Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
block into their elegant new quar
The Lee Hung Co. on Klamath river, W H Gore A wf. Jvill
nauk, III., arrived in Ashland yesterday set of Milwaukee rollers. The 35-horse
L. L. Freeman and wife and Mrs. C. H. 1 on the creamery proposition. They
J A Whitman, Med C J Boyle, S F
ters neatly and tastily fitted up in Atkin
Ercanbrock of Central Point are at Coles- have been at Portland studying the will l>e put to work today from water has one of the richest riyer claims in the J E Enyart, do
The United States courts have de
son block next door north of Postoffice, for
tein for a several weeks stay.
F riday —
cided that British Columbia cedar must
M onday —
market and visited the Albany and supplied by the upper main of the city ceuntv, but no one can find out what
W C ocvmgion.uui
Bevington.Duns be admitted to this country free.
the reception of their old patrons and
Ex-Gov. Z. F. Moody was out from Salem j Salem creameries, so that they are well-
this week on a business visit with his son, informed as to the situation. These the power from the mill race wheel and offered tbe company $10,000 for it, but W C Bevington,DunsiBob Galloway. Med
and the public generally.
G W Smith, City
the price asked was $40,000, and no one
Z. A. Moody, of the Golden Fleece mine.
gentlemen are thorough creamery men, I to run their increased facilities.
G W Smith, City
Sacramento, has disappeared. He has
Robt. Taylor left Monday for Portland to ; being interested with Mr. Powell of
W N Luckey, do
been a postal employe for 12 years.
They are stocked up with and are displaying the
Karl’s Clover Root, tne great Blood puri There is at least 8 to 10 feet of bed rock G M Willard, Seattle 1‘ R Graff. Sacto
attend the annual state convention of the Elgin, Ill. They are accompanied by
D R Henderson A wf.
fier gives iresnness
and clearness to tne
the gravel, over 40 feet wide, that shows Mrs N W Kinney
John Woods, a brakeman, fell under
A. O. U. W. which convened in that city | Mr
gold to the naked eye.
T James, Med
_ J <•«
a locomotive while coupling cars at
A P A Bradbury,
50 cts. and
$1. n Soldbv
The Davis ledge near mouth of Shasta F Arnold, Oakld
re,s^®st n“® of STAP<-E AND FANCY GROCER
Eureka and both his legs were cut off.
John Van Horn, and two of Loretus Van
river on the Klamath, still continues to E O Parrott, tt B
IES AND PROVISIONS ia the City.
Ij 8 Dtiffy, St Louis
Horn’s children, arrived this week from Jacksonville Girl and Country Boy.
Med fortl Items.
A. B. Hammond, the Montana capi
S aturday —
prospect well. It is what is called a
¡H EColeman, Toledo
Phoenix. Arizona, on a visit with relatives Gold Hill Miner.]
talist, lias purchased the Seaside rail
Miss Mollie John has returned home to blanket ledge, the rich pockets being G E Grant, Port
Jacksonville girls are somewhat fresh. Williams
creek from a visit with Jackson- found where it strikes an upwright ledge. y JAKirkhain,
? rk ¿rkb?in’ do
A Piper» Port
road at Astoria, Or. He intends to ex GIVE THEM A CALL-
J. W. Day of Mason county, Wash., and
Iii1'r(>lldtray’ P. —
honx W R Hall, s F
I ville friends.
tend the road to Globe.
The ledge extends along the surface 1 W
Geo. D. Young of Partland, both attorneys Fourth and amused h'mself, while strob
N Luckey, City | 'John Lindsay, do
Col. R. F. Maury and family and Mrs. about a quarter of a mile back of th» CFS epherdAfm,Cy| J H Bovd, do
at law. arrived in Ashland this week to ing the streets by whistling “The Fatal
W. Bainbridge, a well-known printer,
Fay, Jr., are at the Dead Indian river, and runs in waves, up and down, G W Smith, do
open a law office.
o S n
Wedding.’’ He was passed by a young James
drowned while bathing at Vancou
with sulphureta of iron underneath, next J M Marksbury, G II EO Parrott
Dandruff is an exudation from the pores lady who commenced singing the same
B. C. His wife was present at the
|V m . ii uivLuaii, âvaclx
Mrs. J. W. Merritt of Central Point goes to the base rock. This ledge is supposed
of the skin that spreads and dries, forming air and who incidentally asked him how
time, but was unable to help him.
Blanche Booth, do J ’ ”
scurf and causing the hair to tall out. his potatoes were turning out. He was
Amy Booth, do
G F Merriman, do
Reports from Port Townsend speak of
at Ash creek on opposite side of the E
Hall's Hair Renewer cures it.
too bashful to tell her then, but now he remain some time.
I' Barlow, N Y
A J McLeod, do
forest fires raging in the Olympic
Mrs. Dixon of Newport, Yaquina bay,
The Burleson ledge is a blanket ledge, A M Boliss, Jville
have been granted a license to wed by
mountains, south of the straits. The
has been paving Mrs. Geo. Hines of Jack them out.
County Clerk Jacobs.
worked by Wm. Booth, an experienced J H Devlin, do
sonville and her son on Williams creek a
damage has already been very large.
W N Luckey, City
yisit and returns home in a fortnight.
The Chautauqua Assembly.
Wm. M. Colvig, the Jacksonville lawyer, miner, and underneath a lining of gold A C Caldwell. G Pass G W Smith, do
The Farmers’ institute of Orange and
W W Kayse. Seattle
The 3d annual assembly brought large has gone to Portland to attend the A. O. is found, which yields handsomely but Mrs W H Laurence,
A. N. Towne, general manager of the 8.
counties met a few days ago
P. died suddenly Tuesday of heart disease. crowds of people to Ashland every day, U. W. convention, as alsd W. J. Plymale difficult to save on account ot tbe sulph- F T Mix A2cliildren.
CITY DRUG AND
P P Prim. Jville
at Santa Ana. Professor Cook of Po
Manager Koehler and E. P. Rogers went while the camping grounds in their and Adam Schmitt.
C St • ’ Paul,Mrs
down yesterday to attend his funeral.
Songer & Dame, working the old Me* A T Caldwell, Port ,
Mary Estell, the 16 year old daughter of
grove assumed the aspect of a tented
”—1 ¡Mrs S M West, Med I mona college conducted the institute.
Prof, James W. Storms, a graduate of the village. Large audiences attended all J. W. Redden and wife, who died Saturday Connell & Quinne and Pacific mines on Silas Steel, St Paul | B B x_»cc<wuai
------- Established 1884-------
Agricultural College at Corvallis, has re the lectures. The management was was buried in the I. O.O. F. cemetery Mon the island in Klamath river, at mouth of E B Myerheimer, do I J T W
Day, '• do
the home of A. L. Johnson seven chil
cently been chosen as professor of natural splendid and everything has passed day afternoon. Rev. E. J5. Thompson con- Humbug, are werking high bed rock, day J _____
IG D Young, do
science in the State Normal School at Ash along satisfactory. The financial end ducting lhe religious rites.
Evanston, Ill W A Hemphill, S F dren and several adults were poisoned HAS MOVED INTO /. O. O. F. BLOCK.
and night, with a large force employed.
II A Webb & wf, Med by eating impure ice cream at Portland.
has been very successful as well. The
The lives of two of the children were
Mr. ann Mrs. Gen. B. Jacobs of Wallowa course of lectures have been particularly
money lrom the gravel near the surface, 8 Goldstein, Chic
A little cellar well tilled.
of and all are very ill, but it
countv and Jesse Iniblex s wife daughter interesting and instructive and to one
IbRUGGISt TO S. P. R R. CO.| ”
A little wife well willed.”
L L Jacobs & wf. Jvll
Wallace Circus is probable that they will recovei'.
end nephew of Union county are in Ash who has attended the assemblies for the
land for their health and with a view of
past three seasons, ttie one prominent that? The last is not the least by any firm haB expended about $7,000 in put E C Murray, S F
Dr. Orvis, city and county veterinary
I WATCH INSPECTO r ’ s . P, R. R.TTH
feature is the marked growth the liberal means, but how can a wife be well willed ting in machinery to work the claim, R P Cornelius, Sisku'.CC Beekman <C fam
Stockton, killed and dissected a fine
Geo. H. Robinson, the contracting agent and advanced ideas of the times are if she be the victim of those distressing and it is now well rigged for successful W H Mowat, Ashld C A Foster. N Y
of the Great Wallace Shows was here this making on the hoary headed errors I maladies that make her life a burden ? Let l operation.
J B Wvland, Eagle Pt F J Flynn, Port
of the council and board
health of I
taer take Dr. Pierce’s Golded Prescription
Geo W Black
week arranging for the appearance of his
u . City
tented aggregation in Ashland Saturday, of the past. Nearly all ths speakers I and cure all painful irregularities, uterine 1 river, below the Pacific mine, is now W Williams,
that city. The cow
a family ani.
touched on the industrial question and disorders, inflammation and ulceration, pro
W R Stevenson,
' Ward. .do
paying very well, and tbe Chinese com- G R Child,
Ud a cou-
' perfect* hei41th^’but
. Bangasser, do
The Pokegama base-ball nine has defeat
boon and a blessing to women. Thousands , pany working it, keeps a Urge force em- \Y‘A Forbes. Med
i W S Wade, do
oa. The tuberculin test was
ed the Yreka nine in a match game. Thouerh dle without gloves the plutocracy that is are
J H Huiler. Jville
the chief town of Siskiyou, Yreka invaria riding the country to death. The assem-1 when otherwise thev would be under the
aod showed that the animal was
The Fort Jones claim below Honolulu, T James. City
Dr H W Hatch,T-’ t diseased.
bly gets the stuffin knocked out of its base blv demonstrates that the preachers are j sod. Are you a sufferer? Use it, or some
financially wakening upto the divinity day we may read—
One of the largest contracts ever let
by a Chinese Company with expectation G
l L DrD-^
ur .,>ar <fc wf
S. F. Sheffner. representing the creamery of science and the real philosophy of'
A little wife self willed,
F *. P Avvaaiiwi
Reznor, f UH
at one time on the Pacific Coast was
department of Baker & Hamilton left Tues
Rosewood coffin early filled,
Mrs W J ?'.ymale, Jv Chas Medford
claim having paid exceedingly rich on imma Arnistrong.do G F Merriman,
day for Sprague river to talk up a creamery desire to become converted and a few
Spite ot doctor well skilled.
recommended by the Los Angeles board
plant for Bly. H« will return to Ashland more Chautauqua assemblies like this
striking the regular channel of pre-his W SCrowell, Med
public works for the paving of Main
G W Rogers, do
Ovarian, Fibroid and other Tumors cured i toric data, before the river shifted from
tn a few weeks.
one and the rapid tide of evolution will without
from Ninth to Thirty-seventh.
sureerv. Book, testimonials and
Mrs B Ne w bury. do Sa ni Morris
Two of Grants Pass’ jolly girls. Miss see some stereotyped barbarisms pass references, mailed securely sealed tor 10 its ancient bed.—Yreka Journal.
The lowest bid was that of the Union
G E Neqber wf.do L L Gilbert, Ashland Paving company, $11.80 per lineal foot,
Lillie Barrie, the assistant postmistress, away and their places filled with higher cents in stamps. Address, World’s Dispen
House and Lot in Seattle
W Williams, do
TG ReaniesA wf
and her friend, Miss Edna Sherer, returned and nobler ideas.
sary Medical Association. Buffalo, N. Y.
and it was a warded to that company.
i W C Clark, Med
home Monday from a two weeks visit with
To exchange for aepe^g^ H^p^tv ip South
Space forbids an attempted review of
W C Bevington,Duns The expense will be something over
ern Oregon, diuervpqe to ofc ¿laid in cash by Wm Hart, Circus
so many great and able speeches. A
} F Hummel, do
Mrs E E Sayles, Stn $150,000.
rpe. 0*11 or address, “C. F."
Bob Donovan. Sam Goldsmith and about brief digest would do the lecturers an
B Williams, Soda SED Barlow, do
Care of V alley R ecord , Ashland, Oregon.
40 other drummers left town for the north injustice to those who have not heard the
Ransom Stokes, a wealthy rancher
on Monday evening’s train.
lectures. The association must here^ ¡GANIARD.—In Ashland, Julv 13, 189.5,
The Big Show Coming.
‘‘Trust Those wh<> have tried."
and surveyor, disappeared from Sunny-
One of the several pair of China pheas after make arrangements for the printing
Mr. Geo. H. Robinson, General Contract Catarrh caused hoarseness and difficulty dale, Wash., July 4, and several days
months and 15 days.
ants turned loose last spring by the gun and sale of these distinguished docu
ing Agent of the Great Wallace Shows, was in speakiim. I also to a great extent lost after his body was found riddled with • • WE ARE CLOSING OUT^S
Mr. Ganiard has been battling with in
club turned up on Burnett Million's farm menta for the public benefit, as so many
the city this week arranging for lhe Big i^eattog- By the use of Ely’s Cream Balm
this week with a brood of 16 young ones as of the ideas advanced should be pre death for the past several months, being Shows which will exhibit here Saturday. dropping of mucous has ceased, voice and buckshot in a pile of logs near his house.
large as valluy quail.
afflicted with soroeis of the liver and August 10th. Mr. Robinsqn, who is one of hearing have greatly improved.—J. W. Da Stokes was shot in the back. Fred aud
finally succumbing to bright’s disease. the oldest aqd hqst kuqv?n‘ agents in the vidson, Att’v at Law, Monmouth, Ill.
Charles Kindling, two young men who
Our Stock of Fine School Shoes
Story A Eggers, o( the Ashland barber-
At the annual election of officers and |le was a native of Michigan and was circus business, having been identified with
I used Ely 's Cream Balin for catarrh and have been in prison for burglary, are
■bop bare bought out Le<4er High’s shop
opposite the plaza and will run both places, directors the following were chosen; With the Oregon pioneers who crossed the larga show» of the country for twenty- have received great benefit. I believe it a under arrest on suspicion. Stokes haA
and certain cure. Very pleasant to
David John ion remaining with them. Mr. President, G. F. Billings; vice-president, the plains in 1852. He settled in south five years past, informs the R ecord that safe *n<
trouble with them some time ago.
Miss Alice Carson of Grants Pass; secre ern Oregon where he carried on mining the expenses of the Great Wallace Shows take.—
High intends xeaying Ashland.
run from $3.200.(X) to $4,«J0.Gq per dav, the
Price of Cream Balm is fifty cents.
M. B. McDuffie, president of the Santa
in Josephine countv. Six years later lie larger part of whiph aqru is expended in the
The usual services at the Presbyterian
Barbara Board of Trade, is in receipt of
church next Sabbath. Rev. J. V. Milligan
returned to Michigan where he was mar qty wbyr« they exhibit. This is a tidy
THE AMERICAN INDIAN.
will preach in the morning, and President Dr. D. M. Brower represents the Dnnkard ried tp Miss Lucinda Ganiard, who Has figtne. and in dull tinXes like these the show
a proposition from outside capitalists
E. N. Condit. of Occidental College, Los church, T. J. Howell the Baptist, James been hjs faithful, loyal helpmeet and should be eagerly welcomed anff Ijbwalty
There are few instances of full blood
Angeles, will preach in the evening.
Chisholm the Episcopal, E. B. Smith wife in all the trials and triumphs of life. patronized by all classes of tfea community.
The Modern “Big Qircpsv is an institu ed Indians entering tho learned profes tensive modern bath house, with all im
E. A- Carter was in this week from Klam the Christian, J. M. Luark the Presby Three children were born to them, only
proved facilities, opposite the end of the
ath and Lake counties where be is buying terian. Mrs. E. C. Qalev the Congrega one of whom, Mrs. J. E. Pelton, is living, tion pecplia^ to ^iperica. The old world sions.
bides for Jacob Kahn of Portland and is tional. and J. L. Downing the Methodist. Mr. qaniard catped qn taming, mer »bows’ ar«l sipall comparatively, and the
Tho skin of the Indian is thinner than
doing a good business. He lett again The directors at large are G. B. Watson, chandising and milling at §ams Valiev manimotb concerns we have arq thovoughtv that of either the white or the negro present establishment, providing the
Tuesday for the scenes of bjs labors.
city will give them an advantageous
B. R. Willets, J. R. Casey, D. R. Mills and Gold Hill for many years, and eight ple, and even if to« lion
the fence is and more easily torn.
lease and make certain other conces
Prof. T. K. Roberts, publisher of the an^ John R. Norris.
vears ago the family moyed to Ashland, sometimes h»fta«r than the lion in the cage,
Disease, misfortune and death were sions. Prompt action will probably be
lively Gold Hill Miner, spent last week in
first purchasing thQ White feulphur uo mari'visiting tbe up-to date, Three-Ring
Ashland attending the institute, the Chau
Springs Hotel and property, then building Circus has ever been heard to sav he did generally, according to Indian theology, taken.
tauqua and «o a bevy of young ladies. The
get his money's worth over and over attributed te the influence of evil spir-
a handsome home residence in Ashland not
The land office officials take it for
R ecord acknowledges a pleasant call.
again. Long may the Great American
season of the year.
on 1st Avenue, besides accumulating Circus wave, and continue to delight and
granted that the case involving the own
Col, and Mrs. Edward Hill came up from
There is a mound on the banks of
Mr. Brainard, of Mt. Tabor, Or., is here valuable real estate all over the city. dazzle the young and the old with its “.mul
Vkiah. C*J., Saturday and are stopping at
Mr. Ganiard also erected the Ganiard titudinous monopoly of (d that is magnifi Brush creek, Adams county, O., which ership of lands in Los Angeles county,
Mrs. A. W. Angle’s. The Colonel’s friends visiting his uncle E. S. Brooks,
recently decided in favor of the United
cent and raai,veUou3' on this mundane
will be pleased fo know tbat be will remain
W. E. Sherill and J. M. Watts made Grand Opera House, the largest structure sphyre.?,'to ’ borrow the language of the represents a serpent in the act of swal States by the federal circuit court, will
in the interior of the State, which stands
hereabouts for some Ungtl; ot time this Granta Pass tired first of the week.
lowing an egg.
be appealed to the supreme court by the
bis ‘ public posters.
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The farmers are yety busy having, and spirit and enterprise. The funeral on
Pacific Railroad company.
L. L. Jacobs, of the firm of Reames, crops are above the average I believe.
A Woman Who Will Work.
Sunday afternoon took place from *’)e
of New Mexico densely populated, and The grant in question was an overlap
White A Co. of Jacksonville and deputy
Several of our young people spent__
Wanted in every county to introduce the qther explorers notod tho presence of ping one. It is not probable that the
last family residence, the burial being in
aonnty treasurer, accompanied by Mrs
Celebrated “Hygeia” Waists for all ages.
Jacob« and their little daughter spent Sat Sunday picnicing at the Sulphur springs.
Ashland cemetery. The services were This
waist supercedes the corset, and nas the cliff dwellers in Colorado and else lands will lie thrown open to settlement
urday aud Xiupday in Ashland visiting
M. J. Lee has sold his placer claim on conducted bv Rev. G. W. Black, assisted received the pnanimous approval of the where.
until the matter is decided in the court
frieuds and attending tfje Chautauqua.
Jtinip-off-Joe, to J. H. Lisco and J. L. by Rev. E. P. Childs.
leading physicians of America. $3.(X> outfit
of last resort.
.. Ganiard one of .....
In the death o( Mr.
the free. Any energetic woman can make from
Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Sizemore, Mrs. Logan-
Philip Horn of Fresno has received
Sieemore and daughter, Miss Hattie Sise-
J. M.Sqwashof Humboldt county, Gal. I m#yked characters of the industrial life $15 to $50 weekly. Send for circulars and dians had very little idea of laying up
for the future. They lived from hand to word from Tamaqua, Pa., that he is en
rnore. and Horace Pelton of Sams valley. was here last week,’ looking fpr mining and upbuilding of southern Oregon has terms.
HYGEfA M'F'G Co..
Henry White ami family of Rock Point, property.
3;8 Canal 8t„ New York.
■ passed •««
mouth, rarely making adequate provi titled to the possession of an estate val
He ~ --
and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kenney came up
even for tho winter.
ued at $37,000. He is a wagon-maker
Sunday to attend the funeral of the late
of Fresno and has been carrying on a
the mines oa Jump-off-Joe, for a short has lost the advantage of one of its most
Editor V alley R ecord :—Along with
useful citizens. In their loneliness and
business for a number of years.
Geo. H. Andrews, son of Thos. Andrews,
other free-thinkers your correspondent American tribes retain traditions of their
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G. F. Sniithline andfaniilv, of Woodville,
arrived last week from Fresno, Cal., where
attended the lecture given at the Chau coming to America from some other
he has been manager of the Postal Telegraph were in Wimer Sunday, visiting the family pathy of a large circle of friends.
tauqua building on Monday evening, country. Most of their traditions point
office in that city for two years. After a of J. W. Robinson.
entitled, “The Fool in Politics,” by the ed toward the northwest as the place the executors of the estate could not
Butte Creek News.
visit of seyeral weeks with relatives and
find him and were about to abandon the
much advertised James Clement Am whence they migrated.
friends be will resume fils position, which Lizzie and Mary and Miss Eachins are
search when they learned that he was
is a handsome job.
The great temple in tho City of Mex at Fresno.
camped at Sulphur spring.
something new. witty, instructive and
Ben Abbeloose. returned from a trip to possibly a broad minded discourse. But ico was a stone structure of five stages,
Prof. J. B. Horner, one of the solid and
Shasta county, Cal., on Tuesday of last O!
When C. Reiser of Santa Cruz, now
earnest educational workers of the state
or stories, 800 feet square at the base
wbat a disappointment.
was in Ashland last Thursday looking in
80 years old, was a boy in Russia one of
on tbe Chantauqua and attending the in tp 34 s, r 2 w; $1.
Harvesting is in full blast and it is “nip made comical, only by the facial distor lar structures of almost equal rizo in his toes was frozen, but it never gave
Reachers institute. Prof. Horner holds an
Engene L. Atkinson, executor of the and tuck” between the harvester and the tions of the very ugly mug from which
important position with the State Agricult estateofW.
And we have just received this week Five Cases
the oity, and nearly 2,000 much smaller. him trouble until a year ago, when the
H. Atkinson, deceased, to E. grasshoppers to see which will get the best
ural College at Corvallis.
pain became so great that amputation
they emanated. It was one of the most
K. Anderson—undivided of lots 7. 8 and of the crops.
The state of the monuments in the
narrow-minded, sectarian and bigoted Mississippi
George Wimer and family met with an 12 and part of lots 9 and 10; also right-of-
of Magnificent Lines of
valley indicates that there was necessary. Instead of Reiser being
relieved the pain in the foot continued
accident while coming in from Murphy last
fortune to be compelled to listen.
week. The king bolt in the carriage broke
and blood poisoning set in, until to save
Riley Hammerslev to Martha Hammer- adjusting the fork he stuck the needle
and the occupants fell forward, while the
Although tbe lecturer announced him pending largely on agriculture and hav his life amputation of the leg below the
team ran down the road with the front part sley—lot 14 in blk 14, Gold Hill; $1.
bis shoe. He put some liniment on it and self as ready to punish Ingersoll and ing comparatively civilized institutions knee was necessary. It is doubtful if ”ne
Michael Chavner, et al., to Martha Hani- is
of tbe wagon. No Serious damage was
every one else who dared to doubt the and government, at the time when the can recover owing to his advapr^j age.
getting along all right,
mersley—67.40 acres in tp 36 s. r 3 w; $1'30.
done.—Grants Pass Observer.
B. F. Carter to G. W. Wilcox—land in tp
Robert and Walker Lewis and Lee Par existence of the Bible God by death, and greatest mounds were built—St Louis
James G. Fair’s will, whi<h was Btolen
John Devhn, Jr., and A. N. Soliss drop 36 s. r 4 w ; $105.
son went out on a hunt last week, return by cutting off their power to propagate, Globe-Democrat.
ped in Saturday, These intellectual lights
B. F. Carter to G. W. Wilcox—land in tp ing on Thursday. They went as far as it seems that God himself is not so fiend
from the county clerks office in San
of Jacksonville did iiot, however, allow the 36 s. r 4 w; $25.
Flounce Rock but killed’no game. An old ish. After taking a good look at the
Francisco, has beer offered to the exec
heavy weighted guns of art, philosophy,
Gin Lin to Wong Foo—land in Jackson man in that vicinity killed a deer and Reverend gentleman I for one could not
utors named t^erejn jor a consideration
science ana political economy at the Chau ville; $500.
divided with them, so they did not have to help thinking that, if all future earthly
tauqua to prevent their showing a consid
M. chavner, M. A. Pryce and M. J. go hungry,
It is ruinorod that Maud. Adtims is to of $5,000 Private Detective Curtin is
inhabitants were compelled to be formed
erable appreciation of the more tangible Chavner to H. E. Barnhart—lots 7 and 8,
1 le ’ gent endeavoring to negotiate the
Richard Harding Davis.
Wilbert and Roy Ashpole. Willie and
articles of baauty floating about in balloon blk 32, Gold Hill; $50.
J. L.jDemmer'to Lorenz Demmer—tract in Merrill Brown started for lhe Dead Indian or made to resemble charitable. Intel
Job» Draw ta booked fur th«? V*-Qde. reward for the return of the document.
soda springs on Thursday of last week. lectual, magnanimous Robt. G. Ingersoll,
37 s, r 2 w; $500.
January 28 last loss of the will was dis
J. W. Marksbury, of Gold Hill, Welborn tp Theresa
M. 8. Wood’s family also started for the if left to the suffrages of women as well yiJla theater, London, tor JIftjr • 2
by a deputy county clerk and
Beeson. Jr., Dr. Danielson, J. W. Miller,
In “A Love Knot,”
McAllister springs about the same time
no trace whatever couid be found of
Capt. W. Rawlings, County Recorder Grant in tp 37 s, r 2 w; $500.
and a number of our young folks expect to as men, it would be easy for eveq a polit
Little Mabel TaJ’.'df0rrO| child actress, when or how it was abstracted from the
ical fool to vote the right WAY-
Rawlings. Deputy County Clerk E. E.
go this week.
Smith, Sheriff Patterson, Senator Holt.
G. W. Tilden and S. W. Bailey, the
Ii this is the Chautauqua style of edu has ken £pX'.^ed to play Rosetta in the envelope in which it was filed.
Wh:le Dr. Stanfield was on his way up cating . the masses, i( this is the sort of A Rii> £>or ¿ife” company.
Representative Jeffrey, Ira Wakefield. A. two submarine divers and wreckers of
Among tne numerous persons wno have
8. Jacobs and other prominent populists Portland, who left some two weeks ago Little Butte c-eek to visit a patient, his dog rot people are to pay for and have their
Prices from $4.00 to $18.00 per suit, and
from down the valley attended Thos. for the scene of the Brother Jonathan “Coxev.” got after a rabbit and in his hurry intelligence insulted to boot, it were well
“The Maid of Erin” is the title of a been cured of rheumatism by Chamberlain’s
V. Cator’s lecture Saturday.
most beautiful patterns
wreck, with the intention of possibly re quick as a flash he commenced to kick, that intelligent, liberal minded people comic opara being written by Stanislaus Mrs. Emily Thorne, of Toledo. Wash., who
Miss Minnie Walker, one of Ashland’s covering a part of the treasure which tearing away the dashboard, throwing the understood tbe matter and did not allow Stquge ami Julian Edwards for W. A. «ays: “1 have never been able to procure
to offer to the trade
fairest daughters who has been livihg with went to the bottom with the steamer, old Doctor out onto his head and shoulders, themselves to be humbugged by the fa'we Bquly.
any medicine that would relieve me of rheu
her mother. Mrs. John Wells, at Sprague have been obliged to abandon their on the rocks, bruising him quite badly and claim of “unsectarian, intellectual treats”
during our long experience in the cloth-
like Chamberlain’s Pain Balm. I
Jessie West, formerly with “Shaft matism
river, Klamath county, was married on the project on account of the northwest trade demolishing the buckboard to a consider
have also used it for lame back" with great
ing business in Ashland.
evening of the 4th inst. to Will Smith, son
No. IQ,” was especially engaged for success. It is the best liniment 1 have ever
of Kx-Judge G. W. Smith, a merchant of winds prevailing at this time. These
P bo B ono P ublico .
A young man by the name of Winkle,
Bly. Ala rge circle of friends wish them a winds subside in September, and it is the
it to my friends.” For sale by E. A. S hkk -
£a"ppy married life. Mr. and Mrs. Smith plan of the men to return then and make who is living with Indian Jo Brown, started
Shiloh’s Cure is spld on a guarantee' it Hero.”
ave taken up their residence at Bly.
cures Ircipicht ConsumpUur '
a thorough search of the ocean bottom
When William Gillette’s new play,
into the wagon, he having placed his double best Cough cure. Only ope eent
Hon. Thos. V. Cator who came to Ash
barrel shot-gun, loaded with twelve buck- j 25 cents., 50 eta, (ad it. Sold by a dose« “Secret Service,” is produced in Lon
Atlanta's Leading Womaiv
£. A. don next winter, it will have a cast of
land on Wednesday of last week and de hulk of the ill-fated steamer.
shot in each barrel, in the front and with S herwin
Our fine tailor made clay worsteds
Joseph Thompson, who has been
livered an address before tbe Chautauqua
the breech resting on'the dash board and
Assembly Saturday afternoon bad a splen
$15.00 and $18.00 will more
(be barrels resting on the seat, he placed
Big Butte News,
did visit with his many Jackson countv
“The White Rat,” the new melo managers of tho Atlanta exposition, is than please you when you take a look at
his hand over the muzzle of the sun and
John A. Baker was in Ashland the past drama by R. N. Stephens, will have its
friends made a year ago and left Tuesday
just then the horse started, causing the
a very beautiful and accomplished
afternoon for home. He and Frank Wil SMITH—WALKER.—At Rlapiath Falls, gun to discharge, the contents of one barrel | week on a business trip.
liams went to Gold HUI Monday op a fish Julv 4, 1895, by Rey. Connell Cox, Miss passing througli the palm of his hand, tear * ^m JihRniber8, Jr., and wife have go»», first production in August, at the Na woman and is described as a woman of them. They fit iully as well as any suit
tional theater, in Philadelphia.
ing trip. Mf. Cator tyquld like to have
striking personality, of culture and re you can get made at a great deal higher
Minnie Walker, daughter of Mrs. John ing away the flesh but breaking no bones.
to i t. Klamath to work for John Irwin.
taken al trip to Crater lake ana tbe cele
finement aud the possessor of an indom
Wells, of Bly. and Wm. W. Smith, son
brated fishing grounds of Klamath county,
Janies Baker auc^
of Wood river don theaters contain notices positively itable will. She has a marvelous apti firice and are just as well cut, all the very
Did You Ever
of Judge G. W. Smith.
bpt was deterred therefrom by an import
the 4th viriuni relatives and friends
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your spent
ant law suit at San Jose.
prohibiting the wearing of hats by wom tude for business aud is never at a loss
at Big Butte.
troubles? If not. get a bottle now and
on questions that como before board
Jacksonville Lodge No. 10,1. O. O. F.:
The infant daughter of Andrew Stanley, en occupying the high priced seats.
relief. This medicine has been found to be
Funkiaa or Day Lilies.
Amato Ward Tiffany, who has been meetings.
At a spacial meeting held on the 11th
adapted to the relief and cure of son-in-law of Robt. Wright, died of whoop
There are few more beautiful or peculiarly
all Female Complaints, exerting a wonder ing cough last Thursday.
Our reason for being able to offer clothing at the prices
inst. W. F. Shawver, D. D. G. M., in
(tarring in “Lady Blarney,” goes with I
Misa Hetty Tarker.
stalled the following officers for ttie en more useful plants to the gardener tfeag ful direct influence in giving strength and
Miss Hetty Parker of Lancaster, Pa., we do, is simply the fact that we do not sell one dollar’s
suing term: Jas. A. Wilson N- G.; J. W (hose known as fnnkias or sometimes tone to the organs. If vou have Loss of about one year; died at Brownsbmool fever son to play the part of Mrs. McCann.
Appetite, Con’tipatlon, Headache, Fainting caused by whooping coq^^
recently received the congratulations of worth on time, and you only have to pay for what you buy
Dyar V. G.; A. N. Soliss Rec. Sec.; K. hemerocalluses. Meehan tells that they Spells,
or are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable,
Forbes Robertson commences his sea many friends on the occasion of her
Kubli Treas.; John Arnold R. 8. N. G.; will grow in the deepest shade if not Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Spells,
Ilfinqls M<iuig Co. is preparing to son at the Lyceum theater, London, ninetieth birthday. Sho was housekeep yourself, and not the bad debts contracted by other parties.
Jas. Cronemiller L. S. N. G.; Chris very dry and flower profusely, taking Electric Bitters is the n’.edicine you need. dig The miles
of ditch tapping Josephine and
Ulricb R. S. V. G.; F. E. Bybee L. S. V. care of themselves from year to yoar, Health and Strength are guaranteed qv its Ounyon creeks in this countv and by fall §tpt. 1.4, with “Romeo and Juliet.” er for President Buchanan during his
Large bottles only fifty cents at E, A. fully 1000 acres of rich placer ground will Mrs. Patrick Campbell will be the Ju administration and after his retirement
G.; Fred. Luv W.; N. A. Jacobs Con.;
but will still be thankful for a little S dte.
herwin ’ s Drug qtore.
G. N. Lewis i. G.
be at tbe mercy of several gi*Jit». hl. A. liet
to private life. Mrs. Harriet Laue John I
fertilizing material being placed around
Stevens, in charge of the ooh , will have
niece of President Buchanan and
the engineers op tfie ground next week.
Fine Place to Rent.
of the White House during his
tho common uam^- of **day lilies, ” a bales of hops to London, Eng. It took Experts claim that this series of placers will
The Saxemsn property.
among Miss Parker's recent
name, however, which some are en-
choice irait orchard. _C__
fully under wav. The base of operations ; oompany next season. He will play guests.
flavoring to supplant by another com- was the last of the crop of *94. Mr. Jen ia not far from Kerby.
nings doesn’t know what the hope will
Falstaff to the production of “fieory i Joy’s for the Jaded.
tjjeu uaa»y “plaatato lily."
I The Bucurd office for job yrimins.
Joy’» Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
T. K. BOLTON’S
BEFORE THE RAISE
Call Before It Is Too Late.
VAUPEL, NORRIS & DRAKE
0. H. BLOUNT