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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1896)
The Chase for Murderer Brown.
Word was brought to Roseburg Thurs
day by John Sutherlin that Sam Brown
was in tbe vicinity of bis place near
ASHLAND, Or....Thursday Jan. 23. 1896. Wilbur. It seems that Mr. Sutherlin
bad talked with the escaped man, but as
Allbright and Donohue.
People’s Party Co. Convention,
San Francisco Gall, Jan. 20.]
The Populist County Convention of
Harry Allbright, cashier and night clerk Jackson county is hereby called to meet
at the Palace restaurant on Market street, at Medford Feb. 16tb, 1896, at 11 o’clock
near Fifth, took in Harry Donofiue. a a. m. to elect 14 delegates to the State
young man who came from Ashland, Or., convention to be held at Salem on Feb.
days ago. fed him and let him occupy
he was armed, bad not attempted to five
part of his room. Last night he had Don 22, 1896, The precincts in the county are
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
bring him in. He professed friendship ohue
arrested for burglary. Allbright knew requested to hold their primaries Satur
with the fugitive, and arranged with
Feb. 9th ~..v.
and elect delegates to
— j »
Max Pracht left again last evening for him a plan by which he was to meet Donohue's people in Ashland, and so he, day
was kind to the young fellow. He told | county convention ;you are entitled to the
him again at night with a horse and help Donohue a few days ago that he expected j following representation. One delegate
Tbe Boulevard district school has levied him out of the country. Brown acquies- $500 from friends in the east, He also told for
votes cast in your precinct
a 4 mill tax.
: cing, Sutherlin at once came to town and him that only a short tune before Mrs. for governor in 1894, to-wit.
Burke, who with her husband, Col. E. J.
Henry Stout and Fred Clift are in town it was arranged to trap the hunted man Burke,
NUMBER OF DELEGATES.
the rest of the flat at 919
by waylaying him with a posse aa Suth Powell occupies
....... 11 Trail Ceek.
Miss Cora Brown of Eagle Point is visit erlin started to leave the country with It is thought that Donohue expected to get Talent.................. 8 Table Rock.
i him. Accordingly Sheriff Cathcart and this money. The boy broke into the flat on Woodville ..........
ing in Portland.
heavily armed deputies went to Saturday night at 10 o’clock. He took a Pleasant Creek ... . 5 Big Butte ..
Barney O'Neil left Tuesday for hi3 home several
the vicinity of Wilbur, Thursday night, lamp and started to go through the rooms N Ashland........... 9 Steamboat..
at San Jose, Cal.
............ 8 Applegate...
but the arrangements fell through with, occupied by the Burke3, but was heard by 8
Dr. Hinman, the dentist, over the post Brown evidently having been warned of the colonel, who arose at once. This W
•• ............ 9 Willow Springs ...
office, in Masonic block.
the young man, who hurriedly S Medford .......... 8 Lost Creek.
tbe danger. The posse has been scour frightened
went back to Allbright’s room. Then Don N
............ 9 Sterling....
Mrs. J. N. Dolph and daughter are at ing the country about Wilbur, and guard ohue
cleared out, taking a number of val Rock Point.......... 1 Meadows ..
Berlin for the winter.
ing suspected localities since that time uables. Allbright was telling Policeman N Jacksonville ... 2 Gold Hill..
Hot and cold baths at Storey’s barber but so far without success.
Perry of the case last night, when Donohue S
3 Flounce Rock
shop. Opposite town hall.
Brown was seen, beyond the question Eassed. Allbright called to him and bad Eden..................... 9 Foots creek
Chimney Rock.... 4 Eagle Point
Mike Stokes of Sisson, who killed John of a doubt, and at least one other per ira arrested,
fectly reliable resident of that section
Angle, is stopping at Medford.
The Mail to Klamath Falls.
\ has met and talked with him during the
A county convention will be called at
Grant Crary returned Tuesday from a past week. The story of his escape from
The following telegram from Washing a later date to nominate countv officers.
Visit with tbe Bay City physicians.
his own lips is brief and simple enough. ton was received Sunday. It looks as
Miss Cora Linn is visiting in tne Willam Outside parties passed a saw into the jail, though the mail on thia line will be
Chairman Co. Central Com.
ette and leaves soon for California.
and he cut the bare, at the first opportu established in the spring:
D. C , Jan. 19.—Robert Tay
Quite a number of people hereabouts are nity presented, having had them ready lor, Washington,
Ashland, Or:—Order issued authorizing health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh’
talking of going to Cripple creek, Col.
for several days before the opportunity to mail service from Ashland via Barron,
Remedy. Price 50 cent9. Nasal
Capt. A. D. Helman was at Medford last I escape come. When the deputy sheriff Soda springs and Shake to Klamath Falls Catarrh
Injector free. For sale by T. K. Bolton.
night attending an encampment installa
J ohn H. M itchell .
then left tbe jail, Brown immediately May first next.
The Portland Oregonian of Friday says:
“Mr. A. Abraham, of counsel for Case
Big stock of 25 and 50c paper Novels re went to the window and jumped out,
duced to 10 and 15c at D. L. Minkler A going directly to a house in town where
Mink, Beaver, Fisher, Otter, Martin, and Pool, who were convicted of robbing
he hid, and where he narrowly escaped Bear,
Fox, Wolf, Coon, Wildcat, Skunk the mails at the time of the hold-up of the
Geo. R. Neil, the Jacksonville attorney, discovery. At the end of a week he suc and all kinds of furs at D. L. Minkler & Southern Pacific train in July last, yes
visited Ashland relatives and friends yes ceeded in getting out of town, and has Son’s.
terday filed several affidavits to be used
since been living in the hills in the vi
in behalf of bis clients when the motion
Mrs. W. P. Parsons is fitting up the Blue cinity of Wilbur, having been furnished
for a new trial is argued. Two of the af
Front building opposite city hall for a res a Winchester rifle and provisions. There
The following is ths program for B fidavits are in regard to the appearance
i is no question that immediately after the Class entertainment at opera house Sat of Case’s nasal organ, two in regard
Frank C. Baker and Geo. T. Myers of news of Brown’s discovery reached Rose urday evening r Piano Bolo—Der Kleine the state of the weather at the timebf
Portland were on Saturday’s Hyer for San burg a courier was eent hurriedly to Postillion—Lotti» B. Bracht. Recitation the hold-up, and two in regard to ahorse
Wilbur to warn him of the movements of —“The Railroad Crossing”—Thad Mc- which figured in the case.
Wm. M. Colvig has returned from an offi the officers. Who this courier was tbe Hattan.
Chorus —“Annie Laurie”—
cial visit among the A. O. U. W. lodges of authorities know, and if they do their Mabel Goodyear. Delsartean Pantomime
Mrs. G. Barclay, Modest».
duty there will be no lack of sensations —“The Raven”—Mabel Goodyear, De
For the latest styles in dressmaking go
J. Lomas of this place has been granted in Roseburg for the present at least.
bate—“Resolved that the Country Boy to Mrs. G. Barclay, Novelty block, oppo-
a patent for an ingenius tree-cutting in
Brown is not a desperate man and it is has a Better Chance in Life than the ite Hotel Oregon.*
the general opinion that he will be cap City Boy”—Matthew Thompson, Clyde
“Hick’ry Farm” presented at the opera
Johnson Dise, a Douglas county pioneer tured within a few days. He has had a Gray. Banjo solo—Guert McCall. Rec- house
Saturday night by the Jacksonville
and Camas valley recluse, died at Roseburg splendid opportunity to get out of the itation-“Sandy’s Romance”-Mae Grain dramatic
club, was greeted with a full
country but has not improved it.
ger. Three Men of Science—Ralph Bil house and was voted the best amateur per
Henry Strange, who has been at Wilbur,
The Roseburg Review says Brown was lings, Waldo Klum, Guert McCall, formance witnessed here in many a day.
Douglas county, returned home to Ashland assisted in getting out with the view of Clarence Poley—Tambourine Drill. Ora John Orth was the heavy villian and Ben
Taylor his tool. Harry Miller was the New
holding him for raDsorn and sell him tion—“The Study of Civil Government’’ York hawshawk, and John Miller did the
F. T. Fradenburgh and J. M. Etner left back to the county for a “reward” had a —Waldo Klum. Delsartean Pantomime role of the much abused and ideal young
Tuesday morning for Astoria to take a look sufficient amount been offered for bis “Nearer My God to Thee”—Bessie Stan man. Miss Mamie Donegan played the in
at that town.
: recovery. The parties will soon be ar- ley. Essay—“Love of the Beautiful”— nocent girl who was entrapped by the des
C. D. Cumnions and family came over j | rested.
Marie Cottrell. Recitation—“Leadville igning city chap. Miss Mollie Miller did the
yesterday from their Willow creek ranch, I
”—Clarence Poley. Chorus—“The soubrette work and Jim Fay the comedy.
Dr. Hinman and Miss Farlow.
Henry Pape, known in this county for
to remain awhile.
Owl and the PussvCat.” Tableaux from years
as the head of amateur actors, held
Cupid has been exceedingly active the U. S. History,—Youthful Columbus—
E. L. Bash ford of the Medford brewery
and ice plant went to San Francisco Tues past tew weeks and while he has been Columbus and Isabella—Going into Win down the chiet role as the old man.
none the less at work on theeasein point ter Quarters—Rescue of John Smith— For Treatment of Low Grade Ore.
day on a ten days trip.
Mrs. James Helms of Talent is in a the public was not taken into the confi Great Seal of Virginia—Converting a
An invention of the utmost impor
dangerous condition from brain fever and dence of the little god, and the wedding Quaker—The Monroe Doctrine—Army
tance for the treatment of the low-grade
cranks were duly surprised when Dr. A. and Navy.
is not expected to live.
ore at Cripple Creek, Colo., and other
A. R. Thompson was up from Jackson Hinman and Miss Allie Farlow were
telluride localities has been successfully
ville this week and went to Yreka yester
bride’s parents on Church etreet Sunday
day on mining business.
Mother Hubbard Ball.—Co.D, will give demonstrated on a large scale by its in
J. C. Crome, representing the American evening in the presence of a few rela a grand ball (Mother Hubbard style) on ventors. A 50-ton mill has been erected
Type Founders’ Co. made the R ecobd tives of tbe bride’s family. Both the eve of Washington’s Birthday, Feb. at Boulder, Colo., by New York capi
are native Oregonians, tbe children 21st.
office a pleasant call yesterday.
talists to test the process, and an ex
of pioneer parents. Dr. Hinman is
Burnside Post, G. A. R., will arrange tremely high extraction has been ob
Hood’s Sarsaparilla, taken at this season, a dentist and a thorough man in
will make you feel strong and vigorous and
his profession, being a graduate of tbe for patriotic celebration of Washington’s tained from $8 ores. The mill is in
keep you from sickness later on.
celebrated dental college in Philadelphia, birthday, Feb. 22d. Further particulars operation day and uight and the process
Jacksonville ladies give a Leap Year while the bride is a young lady reared in and program next week.
will open immense deposits of low-
fancy dress ball tomorrow (Friday) even this town, whose graceful manners and
grade tellurides hitherto considered un-
ing, which promises to be an interesting kindly disposition has made her popular
treatable. The inventors use bromide,
and estimable with all. The happy pended the enforcement ot the horse ordi but recover it continuously at very low’
Services at the Presbyterian church next
are right in it with the best nance until their terms expire in March.
Sabbath, morning and evening. Subjects: couple
scores of sincere friends for a
A. S. Barnes will address the people of
"A Prince of Orators” and “The Great
auccessfal and happy married life.
this place Friday evening. Jan. 31st, on the
The Storm South of Us.
political issues of the day from the populist
from all parts of California
Elder A. J. Stover of the Seventh Day
Fleeter Declared Insane.
standpoint. All are invited to attend,
Adventists has been visiting the Ashland
say that much rain has fallen in th -
Salem, Jan. 20.—Charles Fiester, who ladies especially.
congregation and returned to Grants Pass drowned his wife in a pool of water near
past week. Early cro;s will be bene
At the school meeting Saturday a 7 mill
Grants Pass last May and was convicted of
fited. In Northern and Central Cali
murder at the September term of court,
fornia there were revere storms. The
Dr. Barr, Dentist I. O. O. F. block.
and who was granted a stay of sentence
The regular meeting of the Populist Club pending an appeal to tbe supreme court, year’s money is applied on the present debt Sacramento and Napa rivers overflowed
will be held at their old beadquarters Tues has been adjudged insane by the Josephine of tbe district they also voted to discontinue at several points and did some damage.
day evening at 7 o’clock sharp. Good , county court. A request came from the the school until next fall.
Five hundred yards of railway track
i court to Governor Lord today, asking that
Rev. J. Merley preached his last sermon near Marysville was submerged by the
The ten mill tax levied by the city coun- j'
insanity trial is open to the charge of evening and will return to his farm near Ft at her river’s oveiflow. Miners and
cil Monday is distributed as follows: Water irregularity
summoning Medford. The church failed to get any farmers are equally jubilant over the
fund 5 mills, general fund 3 mills, street the prosecuting in attorney.
The governor assistance from the New York board as downpour, but the greatest rejoicing
fund 2 mills.
does not consider Fiester subject to his dis heretofore and tbe local church was unable
Jehu Jacobs, who is running the Beek- posal.
to support him. The members of the occurred in Southern California, where
the situation had become serious on ac
man A Huffer quartz mill, was called to
The Coos Bay Creamery Association has church wish Mr. and Mrs. Merley well.
Henley this week on account of the illness paid
count of the dry season last year.
in actual cash to its milk producers
of his wife.
this year $13,500,and some further contribu-
"Wheat Crop Moving.
Beekman A Huffer’s quartz mine near tions are yet to be made. Notwithstanding
The Eastern Washington wheat block
Jacksonville made a handsome clean up the
’ low" price
this week, but they won’t make known brought this season tbe parties sending LITZENBURG—On Evans creek. Jan. 6, ade, which has caused the greater por
1896, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Litzenburg, a tion of t"he crop to be held, has been
milk to the creamery have received as much
For first-class dental work see Dr. A. the amount of milk making up the differ
broken. Wheat is now moving in large
JACKSON—In Eden precinct, Jan. 8,1896, quantities to the Puget Sound seaboard.
Hinman, Masonic block.
ence. This does not include the butter and
to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Jackson, a daugh
A people’s party county convention to cheese sold the mill produces in exchange
One of the causes is that many promis
to the state convention is for milk.—Coast Mail.
HIGGINS—In Medford precinct, Jan. 8, sory notes with wheat as security have
called for Feb. 16th, with primaries on the
1896, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Higgins, a matured and sales made to pay debts.
9th of February.
For the first time in six years the Ta
Ixmis Gerber, the well-known stock tleto Social at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
wheat market is higher than the
buyer and butcher of Sacramento was in Force, (the Chilcott residence) on Spring
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Foster, a daughter.
Ash land several days this week. He wants St., Friday evening Jan. 31st. Short pro
to buy mutton sheep.
gram, also cake and coffee. Admission, 10 MERRIMAN—In Gervais, Jan. 19, 1896, to S. F. Mining Exchange Organized.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Merriman, a daugh
A special meeting of the Labor Exchange cents.
The Gold Mining exchange of San
will be held at Luckey’s office Saturday at
If longing for somewhere to go,
1:30 o’clock p. in., Jan. 25. All members
We’re honing each young “Miss’ll-tow,” PHELPS—In Woodville, Jan. 22, 1896, to Francisco has been organized with the
are invited. E. E. Deming, Sec.
To the Social her sweetheart, or beau ;
following officers: General Walter H.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Phelps, a son.
And she’ll never regret it we know.
Turnbull, president; ex-Lieutenant Gov
The R ecord ’ s job office is prepared to do
the neatest and l>est iob printing of every
ernor John Daggett, vice president; J.
description at the lowest living rates. Mail
F. Crosett, secretary; D. E. Miles, treas
orders will receive prompt attention.
One of tho noblest figures in Indian HOCKERSMITH-Near Medford, Jan. 20. urer. It has 50 charter members, among
Mr. James O’Meara, a pioneer journalist history and one of the greatest warriors
1896. Mrs. Rebecca Hockersmitn, wife of them the best known mining men in
of Oregon, and in early days editor of t
J. N. Hockersmith, aged 34 years, 5 California. Good mining properties
is the Nez Perce Chief Joseph. In this
Sentinel at Jacksonville is reported to he
months and 28 days.
failing very last at his home in Santa R be same year, 1877, be had resisted at
Mrs. H. was an estimable lady and has will be dealt in and no wildcat schemes
osa, j tempts to put him and his band on the been suffering for some time from spinal will be encouraged. The exchange will
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Patrick left Tuesday Lapwai reservation in western Idaho meningetis, which the family have been endeavor to secure capital for develop
for Colorado to dispose of some mining and had sought to carry all his people down with. The funeral took place Tues ing mines.
day ; burial in I, O. O. F. cemetery, Med
property there while the boom is hot.
They were ticketed over the O. R. A N. hundreds of miles to Canada. He out ford.
Fighting for Their Tenure of Office.
ran tire force that General Howard had
and U. P.
The county officers of the seven south
F. M. Mingus's little daughter at Medtord
has recovered from scarlet fever and the where General Gibbon fought him, and HOTEL OLLZEG-OZST ern counties of California, elected to
serve two years from January, 1895, to
primary school there opened again Mon again from General Sturgis, who en
F. T. Fradenburgh. Prop.
day. There are several cases of scarlet gaged him in the Yellowstone valley.
January, 1897, have formed a combina
E O Parrott, do
feyer at Eagle Point.
to fight for holding then offices
Sturgis had been sent out by Miles, and J T
H Spencer, do
Kearney, Ct Pt
Dr. Barr, dentist I. O. O. F. block.
four years, under the legislative act of
when the latter, on tho evening of Sept. T Smith, Bohemia
L Gilbert, Ashland
March 21, 1893. although that law has
E Youmans, do
Quarterly meeting at the M. E. church 19, heard what had occurred, he started O N Hall, S F
S unday —
next Sunday. Rev. T. L. Jones will preach tho same night with all tho available C J Boyle, do
been practically declared unconstitu
Joe Israel, S F
and administer the sacra nient of the Lord's force of the Tongue river cantonment E D Howell, City
tional. It is .«aid the combine has raised
E D Ivory, Oakland L Gerber, Sacto
supper at 11 a. m. Subject of evening ser
fund of $80,000 to prosecute the mat
mon: "How We may Know that Christ
A D Spencer, Chicgo Wm Moll, do
ter. When the officials to be elected
should reach tho border.
C W Tipton, Port
next November attempt to occupy their
Hard marching brought the command, W F A
Mrs. N. Church, and her daughter, Miss
J D Cummings, N s places in January, 1897, the present
Alice Parker, are in San Francisco where on the last day of the month, to Jo D D H Geagar, Snow M onday —
they have sued a street car company for seph’s village in the Bear-Paw moun R E Hanna, Port
holders will refuse to retire and pro
G M Irwin, Salem
$20,000 for injunes sustained by tbe latter tains. Tho heroic attack was resisted P Kelly, do
R M Donahue, Port pose to t ike the question into court.
who was badly mashed up and may yet
8 Ward, Oakland C A Hermann, do
Their scheme is to prolong the matter
with a valor as heroic, and in a short J A H
lose a leg.
D McCarthy, G Pass by litigation and hold on to the offices,
Boyd, 8 F
Prof I Berger. Rosbg E E Sayles, Steinman
D. D. H. Yeagar of Jenny creek and Dr.
drawing the salaries as long as possible.
• A W Cone, 8 F
W.8. Jones and S. G Wortman were at the and 22 soldiers were killed and 4 offi C Reno, Sisson
Roseburg land office this week. N. B. cers and 38 soldiers wounded, among
P H Dawson, do
Pacific Railroad Debts Bill.
Rankin bad filed a protest against Wort them being Lieutenant Baird of the S Cole, Med
The lionso committee on Pacific rail
man’s soldier’s final proof made at Klamath general’s staff. One gallant charge by F D McCallougb, Md A H Hammersley,
C Reno, Sisson '
Lakeview roads La; decided to begin hearings
Falls but failed to appear at Roseburg.
A F Zipf, 8 F
Captain Carter, with a small body of J A Coy, City
next Monday, preparatory to framing a
* Yesterday’s passenger trains were on time
T James, do
E O Parrott, S F
the first time for a week past. The big Fifth infantry, had cost over a third of J C Eubanks, S F
T uesday —
plan for the adjustment of the debts of
slides in Cow creek canyon made it neces bis command. Promptly varying bis W C Osborne, N Y C A Hermann, Or Cy the Central and Union Pacific railroads
sary for several days of transferring and plans, therefore, and adapting them to Miss M Miller, J vile F W Gibbs, Med
other days of waiting. Floods in the Sac the situation, the general moved up his Miss M Donegan
N G Sahlstrom, Port to the government. Invitations will be
3ent to representatives of the Union Pa
ramento valley did the business mainly
J F Miller
H Clark, Chicago
artillery, and disposed the troops so as H L Miller
south of here.
G R Childs, 8 F
cific and Central Pacific roads and to
J M Johnson, 8 F
the California people who oppose the
It is reported that the Klamath river to bold the Indians under siege, with J H D B Fay
M Gander, do
lumber company will soon receive a lot of escape impossible.
funding bill. The hearings will be held
new machinery for their mill, and that
On the sixth day Chief Joseph ad John "Orth
if possible, until all parties have
some eastern capital has taken a block of vanced to surrender. It was a scene for
Miss J Worman
H R Bates, St L
appeared. Some new members wanted
the stock of the company and will build a a painter, a typical scene iu American G
8 Calhoun, G Pass J Shook, Dairy
railroad to the mill from the timber belt,
the hearings postponed bo that they
J C Crome, Port
thus dispensing with the river for log history, when this noble looking war B P Wells, City
might study the question, but Chair
rior, facing General Miles, a worthy O C Riches, do
F L Southwick, RMS man Powers said that as the first mort
Tbe Mazamas, a mountain-climbing counterpart in mien and bearing, hand J W Laing, N Y
D H Y.eagar, Snow
gage on the Union Pacific is in process
society of Portland, have selected Crater ed his rifle to his white conqueror, and E R Schiff , 8 F
R E Hanna, Port « of foreclosure time is the essence of
lake as the scene of their summer outing with impressive dignity pointed to the T R Wilson, do
G M Strand, Jr, do
this season. Four or five hundred people
F W Johnson, 8 F
O Crane, Rosebg
»re expected to go on the trip and any one sun in the heavens, saying, “From F W Clift. Yreka
T R Wilson, S F
wishing to do business with them, should where the sun now stands, I fight no H Stout, do
C J Boyle, do
Don’t Keep Track of Date«.
address the secretary, F. Brook White, more. ”
E D Ivory, Oak’ld
a peculiar matter, but neverthe
General Miles, in announcing the
that not one-half of the color
Saturday’s S. F. Evening Post contains victory, used the terse, significant
a double column photograph ot Dr. Herbert phrase, “We have had our usual suc
The schooner Wahlberg has arrived ed people who come before me have any
W. Hatch of Wagner creek and Miss Mil
at San Diego from Low<-r California idea as to the time when they were
lie V. Greenebaum, and in a column of cess.” His full report described his with news of a marine d saster and the bom or, in fact, the date of any par
space dilates upon the young couple as brave adversaries as “the boldest men
leading society folks whose wedding an and best marksmen of any Indians I rescue of a lialf-crazed sailor on a des ticular event,” said Magistrate Jermon
nouncement is out. to take place m three
ert island. Ho was a fearful sight— to a Philadelphia Call reporter. “I fre
months. Dr. Hatch will return to Wagner have ever encountered,” and Chief Jo emaciated, ragged and with long hair quently have occasion to ask colored
seph as “a man of more sagacity and
preek before tbe happy event takes place.
and beard. Cans and boxes were found women how old they are, and almost
Mystic Council No. 57, Grand Orient, intelligence than any Indian I have in the vicinity of his rescue, but their invariably the answer comes, ’Don’t
was instituted at Gold Hill Saturday by ever met.”—George E. Pond in Mc food contents had all been consumed. know, ’ Frequently I ask them how long
Medford members of the order. E. Ray Clure’s Magazine.
A ragged sail, hung over a staff and they have been married, to which I get
and Riley Hammersley are the principal
in the sand, was his only shelter. •the same reply. ”
officers and T. K. Roberts and Curt Parker
If there is any one thing that needs to be
the main boosters. If reported practices of purified, it is politics, so the reformer says, The rescued man is supposed to be A.
“How to Cure All Skin Diseases.”
this order is its object in life, the whole any many agree thereto. But blood tells,
Simply apply "S wayne ’ s O intment .” N o
shooting match ought to be suppressed and as a blood purifier and liver corrector W. Hall of Pasadena. He had become
and banished into eternity without the Simmons Liver Regulator is the best med demented from suffering and was un internal medicine required. Cures tetters,
eczema, itch, all eruptions on the face,
benefit of clergy.
icine. “1 use It in preference to any other.” able to speak.
hands, nose, Ac., leaving the skin clear,
Granite Tent No. 4. K. O. T. M., last eve
white and healthy. Its great healing and
ning installed the following officers: E. A. port, Ohio. And Dr. D. 8. Russell, of
curative powers are possessed by no other
Hildreth, Past Commander, G. W. Crowson. Farmville, Va., writes: "It fulfills all you
remedy. Ask your druggist for S wayne ’ s
Those wishing to take music, either piano, L intment '
Commander. J. E. Thornton, Lieut. Com promise for it.”
voice, or organ, can see Miss Thomas, the
mander, C. H. Gillett, R. K., C. D. Heven-
It Saves Lives Every Day.
teacher, at the Normal building or at her
er,F. K,G. R. GaPant, Chaplin, A. L. I
Thousands of cases of Consumption, boarding place, Mrs. White’s, Corner of
Helman. Seargant. M. Crisler, M. A., H.
Estate of John Toepper. Max Muller
A- Fox. 1st M. G., Chas. Lindsey, 2d M. G., Asthma, Coughs, Colds, and Croups are First Ayenue and Spring Street. One hour appointed administrator aud T. J. Kenney,
Chas, Milsap, Sentinel, E. P. Spencer, cured every day by Shiloh’s Cure. For lessons 50 cts. Lessons given at the school Nat ldingcll and F, R. Nail appointed ap
or the hoaw of the students.
Ml* by ’!'»K. Bolton,
-X \ J,/
CLOSING OUT SALE!
BOOTS and SHOES
All goes al cost
/AYER X GREGORY.
The national Democratic convention
will be held at Chicago July 1.
Doc Shurtliff, the pioneer miner, died
recently at Auburn, Cal.
A high school is about to be estab
lished at Chico, Cal.
The taxes of Californ’a for 1895 were A fine farm of 180 acres, lying
<1,003,(00 more th;.n for the previous
five miles northeast of
The anniversary of the American oc
cupancy of C.ilifi rnia will lie celebrated
at Monterey on Ju y 7.
40 acres of above is first-class
The Union ’Pacific and Denver and
pasture land, and is now used
for dairy purposes, the remain
Gulf railroads have reduced rates be
ing 40 acres is fine land and has
tween Denver and Chicago.
IN DRY GOODS,
on it the house, barn and other
It is said t bat ex-Prc6ident Harrison
will shortly many Mrs. Mary L. Dim-
mick, niece of the late Mrs. Benjamin Plenty of fruit, etc.
ere is a chance for
a great bargain to any one
The Santa Fe railroad officials deny
having good property near Ash
tl:»t they have any intention og taking
land who wishes to make a
off th© fast train between Chicago and
change—the owner is too old to
give the farm the attention it
Dechard, Wells, Fargo & Co.’s agent
at Vera Cruz, has disappeared and foul
play is feared. His affairs are in per
Station “A”—24 Union Avenue,
Aq examination of the accounts of
East Portland, Or.
the Fifth Avenue Savings bank at Co
lumbus, O., shows that they are short
Or apply to FRANK WILLIAMS,
At the opening of the session of the
house of representatives last Friday the
blind chaplain prayed fervently for suc
C, B. CRISLER
C. K. KLUM.
cess of Cuba’s battle for independence.
The California exposition will be held
in Madiscn-square Garden, New York,
in May. The exhibits will be fine, com
prising mineral, agricultural and other
KLUM & CRISLER, Prop.’«
Paderewski, the celebrated Polish
pjanist, did an immense business at his
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in t-J
Cdncerts in Chicago. Men and woman
Not only knocked prices down on Teas
were wild in cheering his playing. He
as advertised last week, but have a long
responded to four encores and the audi
ence seemed anxious for more music.
The electors of Manitoba have de
clared »gainst the interference by the
Dominion government with her school
laws. The administration of Premier
That Fine Eastern Syrup is going fast.
Greenway was indorsed and he will
hwve a majority of 24 in the provincial
One Galion Cans, 75-Ctc.
Mapel, 1-2 Gallon Cans,75-Ct8.
Postmaster Johnson of Pendleton,
1-2 Gallon Cans, 45-Cts.
Mapel, [Quart Cans, 45*Cts.
Or., was held up the other night by a
masked man and robbed of $500 belong Best Meats in Market.
ing to the office. Johnson was alone at
GIVE US A TRIAL
the postoffice when the highwayman en
tered with drawn revolver and com-:
Star, Climax, Horse Shoe and Saw Log,
pelled him to open the safe.
Kentucky is trne to tradition. The
new battle-ship Kentucky will be christ
ened with whisky iustead of wine,which
We are selling for cash. Watch our priées.
Is the usual liquid used in the baptism
of warships. Miss Hattie RichardsoD,
great-granddaughter of Commodore
Bainbridge, will perform the cere
When you drink tea get the best—Ito WHILE
Blend—it will please you. Take no other.
We fully appreciate the adver
J. K. Van Sant, Ashland.
tisement we have had from
press and pulpit, we feel that
an advertisement in the columns
of the R ecord would not be out
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Highest Honors—World’s Fair,
The Dancing School
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
UP TO DATE
At VAUPEL, NORRIS & DRAKE’S
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S plendid B argains
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Will be managed as following:
THURSDAY evenings of each week for
Beginners. Parents and intimate friends
of pupils admitted as escorts or visitors.
FRIDAY night of each week a soiree,
to which all are invited.
GOOD MUSIC will be in attendance,
and perfect order insured.
HAYDEN & DAVIS,
MAIN AND GRANITE STREETS,
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