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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1895)
The New Stone Block.
Shiloh's Cure is sold on a guarantee* It
Mrs. Ella Smith has gone to Pokegama
Frank Williams has completed the cures Incipient Consumption. It is the
L. H. Johnson, a Well-Known Black
most edhstantial business block con best Cough cure. Only one cent a dose.
25 cents., 50 cts. and $1. Bold by E. A.
smith of Pokegama and Klamath
Wm. Ulrick was doing Siskiyou county structed in Ashland this year, on bis lots S
bottles of right medi- +
this week on pork business.
ASHLAND. O b ...T hubsday , Aug. 1, 1895.
on Mtin’.jftreet in front of the Ashland herwin
ernes, rightly compounded. Your +
Falls, Murders His Wife and
physicianf-will prescribe the proper +
Shoots at Her Paramour.
Rev. E. P. Kendall is visiting his daugh Woolen mills, vlt is a stone structure,
Dr. Ephraim C. K.-.ight was run over
remedy for your malady, and we will +
Mr. Willianrs finding that a stone build by a team and killed at Long Beach,
At Etna, Siskiyou county, Sunday
I guarantee to supply the proper medi- I
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Dr. S. U. Force, the Ashland dentist, was
¡cine correctly prepared from the I
night between 9 and 10 o’clock, Mrs.
in Ashland, and ft is the first stone Cal. The horses were being hitched a
doing business here this week.
freshest, purest and most potent +
C. B. Watson went to Red Bluff Tuesday Johnson was killed in her bedroom by
building erected here, but will not be the
drugs in the world. Puritv in drugs, 4»
Tom McAndrews has returned from his last. Mr. Williams’ block is divided and his wife were standing, when the
her husband, L. H. Johnson, who
on professional business.
like correctness in book-keeping, ia +
trip to Colestein and Pokegama.
into a full basement and one story, with animals became frightened and tram
absolutely indispensable. Medicines T
Mrs. F. A. Smith is stopping at Colestein stabbed her first in the breast and then
in the abdomen with a knife, the latter
Henry Bleecher has returned from a a floor room of 1200 feet each.
are not remedies without it, and cer- I
with Miss Minnie Preadmore.
pled on the aged couple. Mrs. Knight
wound proving fatal, as she died within
business trip to Klamath county.
tainly no medicine prepared by us ia 4.
Miss Dora McMahan of Medford has been two hours. He also shot at a young man
without this essential element of puri- +
Central Point Items.
Percy McKenzie, the Jacksonville printer,
visiting John Murphy and family.
The steamer Monticello, built to carry
ty in_ its ingredients. We can also 4*
caught in the room, without hitting him.
went to Yreka Tuesday to work at his
supply all thet
'»tandard medicines rec- +
Frank Shsffer. the mining man, of Wood
Mr. Johnson immediately gave him
passengers and freight across Puget
tn< every-day reliables, T
.. ----— as -he
ville is here this week on business. ,
self up to Deputy Sheriff L. A. Moxley,
Engineer Chas. F. Lewis left Tuesday for John 8. Stillwell is turning out a lot of
and we carry aAeryJcoruplete line of I
Mias Kate Emery is visiting relatives end and expressed no regret for his action,
down the coast to San Francisco. Her
8tockton, Cal., where he has a position work with his hay-baler.
toilet articles, and sell at reasonable X
om po landed .
although Borry he did not hit tho ycung
friends at Gold Hill and Rock Point.
with the valley railroad.
boiler burst off Point Arena and for al
Elder David Brower and wife are off on man he fired at with his pistol, having
most 48 hours she floated closer to the
prepared himself for the purpose.
a visit with Willamette valley friends.
few days in town. Mr. F. being in Southern
rocks until the steamer San Benito took
Druggist apd Stationer. T
From what we can learn, the people of
The flour mill starkd up Tuesday for the her in tow and brought her safely into
Oregon on insurance business.
Mrs. Watters, mother of Mrs. Geo. White, Etna seem to sympathize with Mr. John
returned home to San Francisco Tuesday. son in his Trouble, although deploring
San Francisco harbor.
W. H. P. Legate has retired from the miller.
Union livery stables and C. Mingus & Son
Internal Rerenue Collector A. J. Barlow the act of killing. Mr. Johnson has re I
Mrs. Elizabeth Wildgrub of Lake
Mr. Clements is at work this week repair
¿re again sole owners of the same.
will soon moye to Roseburg from Gold sided in Etna for many years, noted as
ing the Rogue river bridge, and work will Bay, Wash., while insane attacked her
John Dunning has received the contract not be suspended until it is finished.
being a superior mechanic, and a quiet,
two little girls with a hatchet. Both
Siskiyou county’s court will open this peaceable citizen, though sometimes
to furnish the school district with wood at
W. B. A. Temple is making a fine picket children were asleep when the frenzied
month* with five persons charged with addicted to drinking, yet harmless when
$3 per cord for oak and $2.50 per cord for
fence for Wm. M. Holmes. Mr. H. in mother attempted to kill them, but they
in liquor. He was perfectly sober, how
tends ti build a fine residence this fall.
managed to escape from the house and
Mrs. John W. Wells started home for ever, at tbe time of killing bis wife.
J. O. Holt, the teacher at Yainax Indian
TJAS MOVED FROM THE I. O. O. F.
Lee and W. W. Scott have secured ra», bleeding from many hacks and
Sprague river Sunday after a visit with
school, is visiting his folks in Jackson the Booth
During late years, when work was
block into their elegant new quar
slack at Etna, be visited other places,
rich quartz ledge in Willow Springs pre gashes, to the nearest neighbor. The
Dr. Everett, a prominent mining expert both in this county and in Trinity, Jacksonville, July 29.—Mrs. G. W^ Tacoma.
children are not fatally hurt. Their
ters neatly and tastily fitted up in Atkin
and aasayer of Tacoma, was out this week county, and wanted his wife to move to Wintrout, of Applegate, swallowed a
W. H. Parker and family, I. M. Muller
mother has been sent to an asylum.
at Tolman's springs.
son block next door north of Postoflice, for
and family and James A. Slover and family was in Central Point Tuesday. He now
where he was at work, which she object- '
The work of the grand jury of San
R. P. Neil was over at Yreka and Duns ed to do. Not a soul in Etna knew of his lodged in her windpipe. Several physi all returned from their Colestein camp drives a spanking team of bays* and a fine
the reception of their old patrons and
Diego county has been declared invalid
muir this week looking after tbe business presence in the town until the news of cians were called upon to treat her, but Tuesday.
friends and the public generally.
of the Ashland roller mills.
Mrs. Eliza J. Hamlin, wife of the late .Mrs, A. A. Whiteman, who was thrown and indictments against C. E. Mayne
the terrible tragedy was revealed. Mr. |
J. H. Letts, of Letts, Iowa, is in Ashland Johnson formerly worked at blacksmith they gave up the case. A few days ago, James Hamlin, and a pioneer lady of south out of a buggy in a runaway last week and for bribery and H. W. Weineke, ex-tax
on a visit with relatives. His wife is visit ing in Yreka, and carried on business at during a hard spell of coughing, she ern Oregon, died at the old homestead. She pretty badly hurt, is able to be around collector, for unlawfully withholding They are stocked up with and are displaying the
a large family of grown sons and again.
ing her sister, Mrs. Jacob Wagner.
Klamath Falls and at Pokegama some ejected it front her lungs, where it had leaves
public money, are quashed. The law
Mrs I. J. Phipps, and two children and
provides that 25 citizeus shall be sum
Mrs. D. T. Pritchard of this city died at ville college, was here last week in their in moned from which 19 jurors are to be
Miss Bertha Sturgis, who have been at Tol where he first carried on an extensive covering from the effect of the accident.
reshest line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCER
man’s springs,have returned home.
business during early days, in company
1ES AND PROVISIONS in the City.
terest, and preached when an appointment drawn. When the grand jury was im
A very serious accident happened in
Now see that your blood is pure. Good 1 with Thos. Amos, now of Colfax, Wash.
paneled only 24 names were put in the
health follows the use of Hood’s Sarsaparilla : At the time of the'homicide, he was Jacksonville this morning about 9 o’clock, jewelry business in this city.
Hon. J. A Jeffrey, of Medford, spoke in box,
which is ’he one great’ blood purifier.
working for Steve Farrington at Cal as Wash Grimes was moving a part of the
Hon. W. I. Vawter of Medford is being crojjped house on the ;>olitica* outlook.
- Clarence Galey, Warren Williams, Fred, | lahans, coming to his home on a Suftday, machinery of the Beekman & Huffer prominently
mentioned for the republican He acqnited himself in fine shape. After
George and Henry Carter and Max Webster to look out for his family of wifeaud two I quartz mill from the flatear at the rail nomination for
Mr. VaWfeffaas the,Speech, ice cream was served by the struction of the Corral Hollow railroad,
road depot to a wagon. He rolled a large the elements of congress.
ar« off on a three weeks trip to Klamath daughters.
states that it is tlie ultimate intention
The verdict rendered at the inquest by wooden fly wheel on the wagon, and W. date. He is a lawyer and president of a ladies bf the Baptist church, assisted by the of the company to extend the line from
bank, a native son of Oregon, a graduate of all of whom have the thanks of the Baptist Stockton to Oakland, though that may
Miss Marie Dykstra, who has been visit- the Coroner’s jury gives the cause of
I bx J. M. Lurk’s family and other Ashland Mrs. Johnson’s death as resulting from a was standing on one side of the wagon, its state university and identified with the church. The receipts of the supper were
not be done for some years. The lint
friends, returned home to Portland Tues knife wound inflicted by her husband, L. steadying the wheel, when it tipped to state in every way.
will then be made a general passengei
H. Johnson, on the night of July 28th.
J. A. Whitman and John Redfield return The railroad party—W. A. Buchanan, E.
James Shores and J, F. Smith have joined
J. Hart, Civil Engineer W. E. Coul, Miss and freight road as well as a coal car
Hart Too Many Lawyers.
ing him across the hips and seriously j on their Crescent bicycles, going from Med Buchanan and Miss Steers of Portland, left rier. The main expense in extending
the railroad carpenters operating on the
Crescent City, Cal., July 28.—Tbe 25th injuring him. Dr. Robinson, who is in ford to Klamath Falls in a day, the cyclo here Monday to look over the route and the line to Oakland would be the con
Siskiyous, There aie two crews on the
inst. the celebrated criminal suit of the attendance upon Mr. Engledow, pro meter showing the distance between the country for the proposed extension of the struction of a 7.000-foot tunnel. Foy
places to be 78J4 miles. They report they R. R. V. R. R. to run through Central
Prof- Frank Shideler is visiting Ashland people vs, J. L. Childs was decided in nounces his case serious, as it is feared he could have gone on to Bonanza the same Point
to some point east of here and prob says that the road to Corral Hollow will
this week and leaves Friday for Berkeley favor of the defendant. The suit was has sustained internal injuries. Mr. day had they desired. The cyclometer ably
be in operation by the first of the com
to take a full course of four years in the i brought by J. E. Eldridge, editor of the Grimes, who was guiding the wheel, in showed 66 miles from Klamath* Falls to take in Crater lake and return via Klamath ing year.
California State University.
; Del Norte Record, against J. L- Childs, his desperate attempt to keep it from Ashland.
Fslls and Ashland.
Chief Engineer Storey has decided on
Marsh »t Smith have a drive of three editor of the Crescent Citv News, and falling upon Mr. Engledow, had the mus Stock Inspector James Helms and his
Mrs. Lumsden and daughter, Miss Carrie, the locations of the stations of the San
million feet ot logs in Klamath river that wits the result of a newspaper contro cles torn loose from his right arm, and deputy, Geo. W. Stephenson, were at Chas.
are expected to reach the boom today. versy. It is said to have been the first sustained also a light fracture <rf the arm Rider's in Willow springs precinct this and Dr. Pickel went to Colestein today.
Francisco and San Joaquin Valley rail, ^,<<S
INTO I. O. O. F. BLOCK..
Mrs. G. W. Trefren and family are stop road between Stockton and the >•*
They have more on the way.
of its kind and attracted considerable above the elbow. Mr. Engledow has a week and met James Withycomb, the state
Baldness is either hereditary or caused by attention. All the counsel in the county family, and is a painter by trade. He is veterinary to kill a horse quarantined
laus river. The first static-
W. E. Dean and family and Mrs. Rogers cated eight miles ire-
sickness, mental exhaustion, wearing tight- represented the people, and the defend a member of the Ashland lodge, Knights for gleet by the stock inspector. The horse
fitting hats, and by over-work and trouble. ant, although not an attorney, defended of Pi’thias, and has resided in Jackson got over his cold and was discharged. A of Grants Pass are camping at Dean Indian. ranch of And-
on the ¡DRUGGIST TO S. P. R. R. 0. I
horse on Mrs. 8. E. Ish’s farm was put in
Hall’s Renewer will prevent it.
himself, and won the case. The ease was ville for several years.
J. R. Wick. G. F. Billings and D. H. mil*» '
— ew Wolf; the second, 18
to quuartine for gleet the same day the
D. J. Walker returned Sunday from a tried before the Hon. James E. Murphy,
Jackson and families go to Pelican bay
-■» »rom that city on the Chambers
trip to Lakeview, having drove Mr. and Mrs. judge of the superior court, and a jury,
place; the third, on the John Jones
¡WATCH INSPECTOR"'S. P, R. R. C(T7
Portland Sun ;j
Baylor of Seattle to that place and brought
Joe Lane’s Trip to Yreka.
Another Josephine Murder.
them back to Ashland, where they will
Yesterday there arrived in this citv
The S. F. Call, in a sketch of Yreka,
Josephine county turns off several from Umatilla county 500 eastern Oregon furnishes this heretofore unpublished ■'¿""„‘Hi •S!“T£-v1'» nUi.K. IE which will merely be a flag station, on
the ranch of N. S. Harrold, three miles
Mgs, Fred Fradenburg went to Portland murders each year. The first of July and Washington horBeB, consigned to the story:
in^ h L It*? reLMed.lcine8-” There ,s nOth- beyond the Jones place. The two en
Mondav for a visit of several weeks at Ore Wolf creek produced one and another on can and pickle factory at Linnton. They
Joseph Lane, the Governor of Oregon
gon’s metropolis, the guest of Mrs. T. K. Saturday evening was enacted at Leland. are of the Cayuse and mixed breeds, and
i e'er bonstipatto«, Biliousness. Sick gines ordered for the railroad have ar
Butler, wife of th« Wells-Fargo express H. P. Walter, who is running a quartz are the scrubbiest lot of animals ever i Territory, had a narrow escape from
and all troubles rived at Tracy from the East.
I mill for John C. Lewis, killed Dwight rounded up. A sight of them was discoyering the richness of the Yreka 2P®‘ng ftWi a J‘«ggish or diseased liver,
The supreme court of California has
biver Regulator is the prevention
Mr. C G. Strong, principal of the public Rice, his ex-brother-in-law. Rice went enough to disgust anyone with the idea gold flats. He had manfully resisted
handed down an opinion in the case ol
schools at Anderson, Cal., says. ‘.‘I have near Walter’s house in a drunken state of eating “old hoss.” The consignment the onslaught of the gold fever <n 1^8, aqd cure for these ailments.
used Chamberlain’s Pain Palm and ha-v» of qiipd and abused the latter who came was in charge of the Union Meat Com while passing through Qajiio^niq pu hid
Julius Koebig of Los Angeles against
ART OF TRAINING ANIMALS.
found It an excellent remedy for lameness out oi Lie ^ejidence and told Rice to go
way to Oregon, (¡n th? summer of 1850,
the Southern Pacific company. It has
and slight wounds.”
howeyer, (hq governor convinced him Prtnoiples that Are Applied to the disapproved the verdict for $500 dam
away. Rice flourished a revolyer and ton cannery last evening.
self* if pot others, that it was necessary
Frank Mingus drove Mart Foster and threatened to kill Waiter. Walter went
ages given by the jury in the superioi
Frank Wilmarth through to Klamath Falls into his house and returned with a rifle
fpr him to uiake a protracted olflcial
An Old lliiyme Reset.
court and has ordered a new trial. Koe-
Tue^dav, where Foster will open up and and warned Rice not to come any further.
visit to the southern puHiotl Qt bis ter
’s valuable vineyard was flooded by
run 8. Rosenthal's new store at the county Rice kept advancing and was about ready
ritory. He se( oqk ,n duty vfithi a hub
Animal training is an art based on defined
Physicians were in vain.'1
Los Angeles river last winter and it
seat of Klamath county.
and three times the
At la«t one dnv, a friend did say,
to shoot when a bullet from Walter’s
Geo. R. Andrews who has been visiting rifle killed him instantly. There were
“You’d soon ba well again’’
number of Indians. That he failed to cation to the instincts of the different pu was shown that a bridge belonging tc
his folks in Ashland and taking a general several eye witnesses who testified that if you would take, &s I $id, Dr, Bierce's halt when he reached the southern pils, and the demands made upon the the railroad prevented the stream from
Favorite Prescription, for that is the cure I boundary was an oversight that he teachers are sometimes even more exacting continuing on its regular course. The
vacation, returned Tuesday to Fresno,
Cal., to resume his position as manager of it was purely self-defense and the uor- for all the peculiar ailments of women. It could hardly be held responsible for, as - than those whereby the college professor damage was admitted in court, yet the
oner’B jury declared it justifiable homi is a safe, simple sure remedy. It banishes
f leads his charges.
The teacher is not a
the Postal telegraph office there.
cide. Rice and Walter married sisters
distressing maladies that make the exact location of the line was not creator of systems to start from, but tbe jury did not give a verdict for the full
The Galbraith house in Lost River Gap, and Rice’s wife got a divorce, Mrs. those
a woman’s life a burden, curing all painful determined until many year» later. On philosophy is purely experimental, and amount sued for, $34,891. The supreme
Klamath county, occupied by Joseph
WE ARE CLOSING OUT^S
uterine disorders, inflamma reaching the Klamat^ river Lane’s party after observing the regularity with which court has decided that the jury ex
Moore, was destroyed by fire with its con- Walter testifying in her bahalf. Rice irregularities,
and ulceration, prolapsus and kindred prospected a little and then went cm the animals follow the same habits, he ceeded its Dowers in the matter.
Csnla. The bridge caught fire but was soon ielt as if bis sister-in-law was to blame tion
hastes his method of training them bn these
weaknesses. As a nervine it cures nervous farther south. Quite a
yfQTK was lines.
put out by Hepry Farrar and Bob Williams. for his family troubles and abused, in exhaustion,
Tbe finest horses of any show on earth is
Whatever the animal be wishes to
prostration, debility, relieves done on Shasts;
Our Stock of Fine School Shoes
Howard Van yqlkenburg and M sses
mental anxiety and hypochondria and in Yre^a ftreek', on what is now known as train, the teacher begins by watching it the proud boast of the Great Wallace Shows.
closely, endeavoring to discover not oftly
Doi lie Baldwin and fun# Sheets came in occasion. Rice was considered a danger duces refreshing sleep.” She took the ad
A Woman Who Will Work.
from Klamath Falls last week th? ladies iq ous man.
vice and is well. “Favorite p^gsgrijltloii” doe Lane’s Bar. But they looked for the useful habits of the races, but the per
still richer diggings and went on south sonal disposition of the individual in
Wanted in every county to introduce the
remain on a visit. Mr. V. is the jewelry
Lameness usually jesqlts fropi a sprain,
question. One specimen raises itself Celebrated “Hyeeia” Waists for all ages.
and operator of W. H. Mowat’s telegraph
and weaknesses oj females, sold by ward.
or other injury, or from rheumatism, for ments
naturally upon ik». Wqd., legs, another is This waist supercedes the corset, and has
line at the Falls.
which Chamlierlain’s Pain Balm is especi
’s Dispensary Medical Association, ing over the flats constantly, on their bora witq the tateut forvjwh,ping. And so received the’ vmsnltnous approval rf the
E. V- Mills, who went to San Francisco ally intended and unequalled. It etiords World
on rtGes the application apply to each case. leading physicians of America. (3.00 outfit
way to diggings at Scott Bar, Shasta Observe the application of these principles free.
six weeks Ago to be operated on for a swell almost immediate relief and in a short time
Any energetic woman can make from
ing on his leg. ¡s still there and will remain eftords a permanent cure. For sale by E.
Asthma cured, by newly discovered treat river and Greenhorn. Yreka creek was by the trainers with the Great Wallace (15 to (50 weekly. Bend for circulars and
a tew weeks more. Tfie little bruise devel A. S uerwin .
’ HYGE1A M’F’G Co.,
ment. For pamphlet, testimonials and
oped into a tumor of ugiy .demeanor that
378 Canal St., New York.
references, address World’s Dispensary one of th9*s parties from Oregon that
has threatened bis life.
Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
the great discovery was made. This was
says, “Shiloh’s Vitaliser saved my life. I
June Weather Summary.
R. Beers Loos, the well-known news
Al McCsskell has returned from Trpckefl.
in March of 1851. In the party was one consider
it the best remedy for a debilitated
is a summary ot weather ob
paperman formerly of 8iskiyou county, bqt .
Butte Creek News
Abraham Thompson, a more curious or system I ever used.” For Dyspepsia,
Mrs. Cha3. Henry of Montague was in
servations at Ashland during month of
yrjio is now iqakiug a phenomenal success
June, as reported by F. H. Carter, local
(ouring Frohman’s New York attractions town Sunday.
others. On the morning of the djwovevy ?5 cents. Sold by E. A. Sherwin.
observer for the Oregon State Weather
Mrs. A. O. Brown has returned from a thresher last Saturday.
jtbrougb fro» country is up on the Sound
Chas. Morine of Medford was visiting his —the exact date of wh,i?<b U unknown to
visit to Dunsmuir.
frith bis troupe, tfasqpd this way.
brother George, Sunday.
the local hiB^oriant^-ihe party was break HOTELOKEG-ON
Miss Ella Krause, daughter pf Mrs. T.
Born, in Eagle Point, July 24th. to M». ing vAinp and preparing to cross over
Cameron, has gone to Oakland, Oft)., to Rigby, of this place.
to the Greenhorn mines. Thompson
and Mrs. J. E. Sti/'kl^, a sop.*
wisrt her uncle and then enter a girls'senli-
Mrs. Dejl Smith sppnt 4 couple of days in
nary to secure a first-class education. Mrs. Dunsmuir
Born, tn Eagle Point, July 25th, to Mr. wandered off to the west and became W N Luckey-, titv ¡T E Beckman
Cameron accompanied her as far as Ash
and Mrs. Thomas Coy, a son.
H W Hatch, M D„ Geo Jetsheir
Frank Vaughn of Sacramento is spend
to prospect a little on his own account^
land Saturday, returning home on the
Wagner creek A Wilson
ing part of his vacation in Pokegama.
washed three pans of dirt in running H G Thompson. Cgo Geo Beecham
a bunch of beef cattle to Ashland one day and
water that came dov^q a awiall ravine C A Pipe»-, Port
S unday —
A Live Cat Orchestra with the Great
The Pokegama baseball nine will match last week to Pelton & Neil.
since calle^ PtUi»k gulch. Tbe result N K McCormic,
W N Luckey. City
the Yreka nine in Yreka, August 11th.
George W. Apger has sold his place to S.
Wallace shows E R Sayles, Steinum
hiln a good prospect of coarse gold.
Mrs. Wm. Bowen of Oakland was visiting A. Carter, consideration (600, and e^pq^ts sbow^a
F R Kanning, 8 F
Root Lange, do
writes to a friend it) Portland that he her mother, Mrs. Meamber, this week.
to start for the Willamette valley in a few showed his friends the yellow specks he J D Schouff, da
J M Hirrip, Chicago
expects to pay a flying yisit fo Boston
Geo Safmg, do
Miss Cayton has fixed up a neat dress days.
bad washed out. The amount was not © V Sheffier, do
early in August, to arrange for opening making room in the postoflice building.
Miss Ida Naylor of Griffin creek and Miss
but the coarse gold in it m«de N E Boyd, do
W L Nelson, Port
up a warehouse in I»ondon for ihe supply
Millie Howlett of Medford spent Sunday great,
of tbe Universal winding machines to Little Shasta to run a threshing machine.
calling on friends in this section and took
the European markets. Mrs. Pracht is
dinner with A. C. Howlett’s family return
Miss Maud Frulan, who has been visiting ing home the same day.
ey.en Uette/waults than those obtained
visiUoe friends in Germany. A year
sister at Snow, has returned to Ash
by Thompson, and later on, when they N Welduck,wf,& dau D M Nelson
may elapse before their return to tbe her
Miss Etta Griffith, who has Deen living in saw
Pert W A Hemphill, S F
little scales of gold clinging to the
Feachtolow Paradise of Oregon.
Sisson fof a leaf years' past, returned home
F riday —
Judd came over from Ashland on to Eagle Point last Thursday. She and roots of the long grass, they were still ViMja, W. J.
A J Kohn, New York
For a clean shave or hair cut and bath gq his Cory
w’heet in fotlr hours and a half last her sister, Mrs. M. S. Wood,*are going to further convinced of the richness of their W N Luckey, City
M> J, E- Deboy, Gold Hill.
Dead Indian soda springs to-day, Monday. find.
J B Hammersley, Sac W C Bevington.'Duns
Tbe rojMt kt Crescent City is entertaining
There was quite a large crowd over from
George Heckathom and wife and daugh
two parties fruBl Ashland. One—Misses Hornbrook and Henley to attend the show ter,
Mrs. Frank Lewis, returned Sunday
Mary and Esther Sijsby, Jessie Grant, Daisy Monday evening.
E D Ivory, Oak
C E Brown, do
from atrip to Woodville where thQV bad Uomerd at the mines and quite ignorant G
Mingus, R. K. Sutton and wifg, Mrs, L.
Wm- Booth and J. P. Prince, of the been to visit their daughters and "sisters, of mining customs and laws, and the
S aturday —
Norris. Sam’1. Ward, Albert Barnes and A. Indian
Girl mine down the Klamath river, Mrs. Magexle and Mrs. Simpkins. They men who made the exceptions were no J M Houston, Kia F F W Vaille, Port
E. Matson—started Tuesday. The other—
report‘the crop outlook very good and better posted on these matters than they G W Smith, City
Mrs. Geo. Vannatta and sons, Mrs. A. C. were in town last Sunday.
business in a healthy condition.
should have been. They knew enough, D H 8trawb, Port
Caldwell and little daughter, and Mrs.
B C Derham.U S Svy
G. W. Marsh, Miss Lillie Vaughn and
Briggs and children,—went Saturday, both Miss Aletha Atkinson of Snow were in
E. H. Lewis and son launched a new boat however, to tell the Qtber< that they C F Heath, Lowell A A Bailey, S F
parties to spend a n»antb or more.
they had made for Mr. Critland, to be used must organise q district and make regu W S Jeilin, 8 F
W B Wade, do
Max, temperature, 97, on 25th and 27th;
town last Saturday and Sunday.
W E Osborn, da
his business as. a fisherman. They have
W F Bangasser. do
Min. temp., 36, on 17th; total precipitation,
Every known animat of nqte jpay be seen
Mrs. I). Vaughn, accompanied by her taken a contract to build another on a lations. Accordingly a meeting was held W N Lackey. City
W J Virgin
.54 inches; number of days clear 1G, partly
tbe Great Wallace Menagerie.
daughter Lillie and her niece. Miss Aletha larger scale and Mr. Critland intends to put the next day, and Thompson’s Dry Dig J no Manion, S F
T uesday —
cloudy 9, cloudy 5; prevailing direction of
in an engine and run it on RogUe river as a
W N Luckey, City
wind, N W.
Roht. Leonard, agent of the Northern
Tbe size of tbe claims yyas fixed at 30 F K Butler & wf.Port W J Virgin
pleasure boat for the benefit of parties of
Pacific, ticketed a number of people over daughter, Mrs. (j. W. Marsh, at Snow.
his road the past week. Miss Lizzie St raid,
Mrs. Hammersley has returned from pleasure seekers. He expects to run it on feet. This was done |n deference to the E A Winsell, Wall ck J M Redfield. Med
opinion of tbe more experienced miners, J D Sivils, Sacto
J A Whitman, do
who catue out last year with H. Goble’s Applegate where she has been visiting her the river near Bybee’s bridge.
Mathiews, Port F Davis, Port
family returned to Kennesaw,;Neb. A. G relatives for about a week. Mr. Pike Pane
Sunday afternoon as Miss Charlotte but tbe claims might legally have been J M H W Bovd,
K L Winnow, do
Bennett of Lakeview went to Boston, will and son Anderson accompanied her to her Williscraft and Mr Betts were ridjug along made 50 feet, though ibis was not known
O Parrott, R U
Chas S Allnien, J ville DUNGEY—TANN.—In Jacksonville July
then go to Europe and return next spring home.
in the Mathew’s lanp Miss W’s horse shied until the olaims had been staked off and E
W B Brawn,
25, 1895, by R. 8. Dunlap, J. P., Thos.
to start a creamery at Lakeview. Mrs.
C A Piper, Port
Wallace Shows F Arnold, S F
Dungey and Miss Elizabeth Tann of Gall’s
James Coeti of Medford, who leaves in a formance in Meeker ue Davis' hall Monday but fortunately on her feet. The hopse late to change then, and, as it was, tbe
Jas Lang, Steinman E O Parrott
few days for her old home at McFaul, Mo. evening. The greater portion of tbe audi tried to get away but the plucky lady held
claims yielded fortunes to their owners. G L Schermerhorn, G W Smith, City
The 8. P. today put in effect their new ence didn’t appreciate the play and their on to the reins until her beau came to her Thompson and his partner, Bell, were
Medford D R Mills, do
freight tariff from San Francisco to Or jokes at all,
W ednesday —
back again and went on her way rejoicing.
the wal L alb shows I W N Luckey, City
egon points. There is a reduction of 4
A party consisting of about twenty
Last Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. A-
GRAY.—On Griffin creek, July 27,1895. to
Wm Ennis, Med
cents on 1st class and 1 cent on 3d class formed a basket picnic last Sunday and
Thus was launched upon the world the Chas Potter
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gray, a 12-son.
C A Hermann. Port
to Ashland, but the rate reduces as it went up to Fall creek. Although they had C. Howlett took a trip to Central Point to celebrated drv diggings of Yreka Flats. Chas Mosier
Hon. John Jeffrey speak, and attend
\V S Cook,
goes Dortb from $1.45 per 100 at Ashland bad luck in breaking a couple of their rigs hear
—In Central Point, July 28,1895
the ice cream festival. After some fine
J J Cox
to $1.01 at Roseburg and 40 cents at but otherwise they all had a good time.
to the wife of W. C. Lee ver, a daugh
music by the Central Point choir the Hon. and Shasta Butte City, with a popula L E tyqrtiq
Portland from San Francisco. This fear The families of Peter Lynn, A. G. Spencer orable gentleman was introduced by the tion of 5,009 souls, sprang into being in C Tuegrove
E C Murray, S F
fully and wonderfully made tariff is to and Ole Hansen, accompanied by Mrs. president of the Populist club of Central less than six months from tho tlnae that ; W B Brown
Henley, July 21, 1896, to
knock out the water and new O. P. com Griggs, Mrs, Hansen's mother, and Miss Point and Mr. J. gave us an address ot fifty-' Thompson washed his flrstj pqnfull would
Schultz, a daughter.
Antonia Ekwall of Ludington, Michigan, five minutes duration—I heard a lady re
petition in tbe Willamette.
ROSTEL.—At Greenhorn, July 27th, 1895,
arrived in Pokegama July 3d to make this mark that she did not think that he spoke
to Mr. and Mrs. hostel, a daughter.
their future home.
Want Their Fruit.
One day last week the south bound pas speech was that he did not follow tfie old
Roseburg, Or.. July 27.—Willis Brown, senger train struck and ran over one of Mrs. political ruts of the twp qld parlies m
Martha M Brown et al, to Mary M Ter a clergyman about to leave his parish
who had endeared himself to every one
manager of the Oregon Fruit Union, of Hessig’s cows directly in front of the rail useing vile, sl^nde»s‘#ud personal abuse but rill—370 acres in tp 36 s, r 1 e; $500.
Seth B Williams to A E Borton—40 acres in it by his self denying pastoral work. WATT.—At Yakima, Wash., July 23, 1895.
Portland, addressed an audience at the road freight shed, breaking both hind legs. dwelt in facts and figures, with telling effect
Grange nail this afternoon. He urged She was immediately put out of misery by on his audience. If he proves as good at in tp 35 s. r 1 e; $1.
Annie, wife of Prof. G. H. Watt; aged 35
Among those who called upon him to
tbe bar in his legal profession as he does on
G H Andrews to W C Thiele—lots 1, 2, 3,
years, 9 months and 19 days.
the fruitgrowers of Douglas county to being killed with an ax.
say goodby were rm aged couple who
stand together and give the union a trial,
Nels Ulrek met with an Occident last the legal fraternity.
were particularly fond of him. When HAMLIN.—In Eden precinct, July 28,
combining together being the only wav Monday evening while taking a young lady
1895, Mrs. Eliza J. Hamlin, relict of the
Weidner to R S Barclay—land in they were about to leave, the old lady,
There was a fire on Canadian gulch about tp Andy
of securing the best possible prices for home in a bugirv after the show. Nels was
late Jas. Hamlin.
fruit. Next in importance, be spoke of while be was returning home he got out to two weeks ago that came near being more
Mary E Fielder te Merritt kllliatt—8 43
than an ordinary fire. From what
while grasping the pastor by the hand
putting up fruit properly, and in good close a gate which he had just driven serious
in tp 3; s, r3 w -’$390.
lean learn Mrs. Burnett and tbe children, acres
condition. The Northern Pacific, the through and tbe horses became frightened were in the habit of sleeping at the barn ■ Merritt Effiott to Louie Werth—1 acre in (who was moved to tears himself), said,
Graat tjortbern, the Chicago & Northern, and ran away and greatly demolished the and on the morning of the tire the laijy had tp 37 s, r e w; $150.
“Thj Lord only knows, Brother S.,
Joseph Swingle to Cora R Vnlbsrtson— i how often I’ve bitten my fingers that I
the St. Paul 4 Minneapolis, and other rig, although that don’t exactly account for got up and gone to the house to build q fire
railroad lines competing with the South the scratches on Nels face. That is most and found that the inatches had been left
I might keep awake to hear your good
ern Pacific, were represented hv Colonel
sermons.” The moral of tho story ap
F. C. George, of Chicago; D. Ellory, W. young lady and not while returning and
^rown guardian estate Geo B pears to be that fine preaching is not the
piece of pitch woo^ an^ started (q t|jg
New buildings. Normal,
£. Camon, II. M. Adams and C. W. Coop that you were too much inteiested in the s a house
to Mary M Terrill—370 acres only necessary qualification of a clergy
academic, business, music
er, of Portland; who came in the interest fair one, that you forgot tcu take the slack pitph so as to bqrii the uhilds »>-- '
I In tp 36 s, r 1 e; $1.
, . .
art courses. Review
of their several uptpj’»"!«»
regard to ' opt of the reins anjl the bqrscs tfiok up a upon she dipped th- «-
------ Lewis Wyant-land in man.
G , F Billings - and
the fruit traffic..
B. seem- -
-e in the hay Mrs. | Jackson conntv; $600.
When Tbty Wrote Their Books.
for the smashing ot the ng and tbe sexatrh-»
.<»e tire ran to the barn to save . Lewis Wyant to B F Wyant—8.91 acres
wanted, State diplont as
A broader experience is needed to
Train robber Brady confessed that it on your face.
—• me remaining children that were still asleep inltp 38 s, r*l w; $5.
good in any county, Life
in the barn and in saving them she burned
was he and Browning who robbed the
Lewis Wvant te Thos F Fish—land in tp compose a full grown novel than to /
diplomas without further ex
her hands and arms very badlv. It was by 38 s r 1 e * ^50.
train of $52,000 at Sheep Camp, near
amination after 45 months
M m. G. Denifl, foreman of the Tolo Mine strenuous efforts that she saved the child B^ F. Wyant to Lewis Wyant; 8.91 acres sketch a short story, and tho great nov
Sacramento, and that they burrieJ the is in town, having brought up another car ren, The barn and contents was a total
experience in teaching.
elists have often essayed their first elab
In tp 38 s. r 1 e; $5.
Board at hall. $1.75; lodg
moat of the treasure and could not locate load ot ore to be crushed by the Ashland loss.
G W Galloway to Conrad Mingus—lots
50 cts, student iurnish-
the spot after the robbery, lie denies null Saturday. This mill is running
5 and 6, blk 23, Medford; $1300.
D ick .
Scott was more than 40 when bo pub
ing bed clothing and lamp.
being with Browning the night oi the through 70 tons of ore for B. F. Wagner
Hannah J Gilbert to Joseph II Lame— lished the first of the Waverley novels,
Family l>oard, $3.00 Tui-
creel- & ^uar^2
on h*s place on Wright’s
killing of Sheriff Bogard,
Are You Ever Annoyed
31 acres in Jackson county; $725.
I Lion, $6 25. Board, lodging,
Thackeray was not far from 40 when
by a buzzing or roaring sound in your
I uition and books per year,
Do you know, it you want to go East and
Grants Pass Courier; George Wimer head? Have vou difficulty in hearing dis
Cameron & Ennis are cleaning up their “Vanity Fair” was finished, George
desire a Pullman Tourist Sleeper, that you and W. J. came over from the Wimer tinctly? Are you troubled with a contin
Eliot was almost 40 when “Adam
Ashland cannot be excell-
will be detained from 12 to 16 hours unless plauer mine near Waldo this week. The ual dropping of mucus, irritating the Josephine placer mines.
Bode” appeared, and Hawthorne was
j ed in ihe state for fine wint
you take the Northern Pacific? Repien-ber cleanup of ’95 has been most satisfactory throat ana causing von to cough ? Is your
ers, pure water. health und
Karl’s Clover Root, the great Blood puri 46 when ho sentforth “TheScarlet Let
(flat the Northern Pacific is the pniy line
breath unpleasantly affected and accompan
J good society. For manual or
MOST PERFECT MADE.
running Pullman Tourist .Sleepers through on these big placers and the owners have ied with bad taste? Is your bearing less fier gives freshness and clearness to the ter” in 1850.—Brauder Matthews in
I special information, address,
to the east Without delay. Time and money just completed their ditch for dumping acute? If so, you have catarrh and should Comlpexion and cures Constipation, 25 cts.’ St Nicholas.
‘ . Fres
Cream of * Tartar Powder.
W. T. VAN SCOY,
—- A —■ 11
Alum zx» anea zxih*r
Mved by this route. For full information, tailings upon which they have worked at once procure a bottle of Ely’s Cream 50 cts. and $1. Soldbv £. A. Sherwin.
Grants Pass is to have an $800 Episcopal ‘»pm Ammonia, Alum or any other adult.-rant
tuua cards, maps, etc., call on or address, faithfully for several years. After thia Balm, the best known remedy» The Balm
Give the ‘•Record’’a call whan desiring
40 yEARS THB STANDARD.
Bhbftt LwuartTAsroti Ashland. Or.
ivswa thm plBowm win pa; big.
will fit» instant relief.
anything ia the job printing lin».
A FALSE WIFE KILLED.
The Wagon Road Enterprise.
The proposed improvement of the
wagon road between Ashland and Klam
ath Falls is keeping on apace and the
finance committee is still at work aug
menting the subscription list. E. V.
Carter is in Portland with full informa
tion, maps, etc., stating the facts of the
case and the desire of southern Oregon
people, to be presented to the chambers
of commerce in that city.
At tho meeting last Friday evening
E. V. Carter presided and M. F. Eggles
ton acted ns secretary. R. P. Neil, Roht.
Taylor, E. A. Sherwin and R. A. Minkler
were elected as a board of control. This
board elected R. P. Neil president, R. A.
Minkler secretary and E. V. Carter
The road matter is a sure go this time
and the slowness in getting in operation
is in getting the details all together for
thorough and systematic movement and
A large petition will soon be sent in
from southern Oregon for a Bix tirr.es a
week mail route from Ashland to Klam
ath Falls. There is now a tri-weekly
service from Ashland to Shake, and as
this will only need further enlargement
it will undoubtedly be granted.
T. K. BOLTON’S
BEFORE THE RAISE.
Call Before It Is Too Late
VAÜPEL, NORRIS & DRAKE
MYER & GREGORY
State Normal School