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About Valley record. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1888-1911 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1896)
A8HLAND, Or....Thursday, Feb. 6. 1896.
PERSONAL. AND SOCIAL.
Monday’s regular meeting.
Present, J. P. Dodge, Mayor; and all
Tbe council whereased that about $2,-
000 of street fuud warrants were being
hawked about and discounted by script
shavers, at a loss to both tbe city and
the people who earned them, and tbe full
taxation limit of tbe city charter can’t
raise enough money to pay up, tbe old
depreciated national greenback scheme
was availed ot and tbe council resolved
to make the discounted, debased and
despised warrants “good money” to cer
tain new holders. So the city treasurer
was to call in the 8 per cent interest
bearing street fund warrants, take them
to the city recorder and have him issue
new warrants on the same fund in deno
minations of »50 and $100, bearing 8 per
cent interest, to be drawn in favor of.
“tbe bond syndicate,” The motion car
W. A. Cordell ordered to erect water-
closet in city cemetery for $21.50, A
wheelbarrow was also ordered for ceme
tery. Norris & Co. are to furnish the
city’s lumber at $10.95 per 1,000 feet.
The Singer Sewing Machine Co. of New
Jersey some time ago submitted to tbe
council some written legal opinions that
the city peddlers’ license concerning
their line, as well as non-residents gen
erally, was unconstitutional, and sug
gesting either a test case in the U. S.
district court at Portland or the repeal of
the ordinance. The council decided to
stand by and enforce tbe ordinance.
Though long on the books it has never
been enforced. The council will get its
eye knocked if it arrests their agent and
the expense of a bout in tbe U. S. district
court will be quite heavy.
Tbe council at a previous meeting with
a spread eagle whoop directed the water
superintendent to collect about $30 from
tbe Ashland flour mill for water power,
beginning Feb. 1st. At this meeting tbe
council gracefully ducks its tail and tbe
mayor and two councilmen were ap
pointed a committee to investigate the
matter aud report at a future meeting.
Bills ordered paid:
Electric Light Co, lights for Jan....$147 00
C P Jones, salary and expense......... 50 50
1 C Dodge, salary............................... 50 00
C B Watson, salary .......................... 15 0C
Milton Berry, recorder’s fees............ 22 05
B R Willits, labor on streets............ 28 00
S J Tutthill, fixing hose cart............ 28 00
F J Hicks, rent dumping ground ’95 15 00
J M Wild, labor on streets. ............ 10 00
Million & Sons, hay for city pound.. 11 35
L L Gilbert, services as nightwatch
man.................................................... 5 00
Eugene Walrad. labor at cemetery.. 7 60
Eugene Walrad, labor on water wks
Jacob Nowak, labor on water works 2 25
B F Reeser, merchandise.................
Geo W Crowson, wood......................
Fox A Good, labor for city................ 2 75
D L Minkler A Son, Stationery.......
Robert Kennedy, labor on streets... 1 75
Emil Peil, blacksmith work..............
W A Cordell, labor on streets..........
Mrs. Purdy’s Accidental Death.
Grant’s Paaa, Or., Feb. 4.—Mrs. Will
iam Purdy, wife of Commander Purdy, of
God’s Regular Army, died in this city to
day under peculiar circumstances. Be
ing troubled with a toothache, she ap
plied chloroform to ease the pain, and,
being left alone for a short time, was
found dead on the bed, having either
spilled ths chloroform or left the un
corked bottle too near her head. Deep
sympathy is felt for the stricken hus
band. The family has been devoted to
religious work here.
People’s Party Co. Convention,
The Populist County Convention of
Jackson conntv is herehv called to meet
at Medford Feb. 15th, 1896, at 11 o'clock
a. rn. to elect 14 delegates to the Siate
convention to be held at Salem on Feb.
22, 1896, The precincts in the county are
requested to hold their primaries Satur
day Feb. 8th and elect delegatee to this
county convention ;you are entitled to the
following representation. One delegate
for each ten votes cast in your precinct
for governor in 1894, to-wit.
for the' Jaded and Good
Nine stores in Alameda were burglar
^Health for all Haukiud. g.
ized in one night last week.
The citrus fair at Cloverdale, Sonoma
tors VEGETABLE SA3SAPA3ILLA.
coun y, is attracting a great deal of at
tention by virtue of the fine display of
is made from
the county's products.
Young Lloyd Montgomery was exe
cuted at Albany, Or., for the murder of
bis father, mother and D. McKercher.
He confessed his guilt on the gallows.
The committee appointed at the re
blood of all
cent anti-funding convention at San
Francisco has completed its memorial
to congress. The memorial vigorously
declares against refunding the railroad
5 i i wl 11. I« J Wfchr
With the return of good weather
there is renewed activity along the two
lines of railroad building from Stock-
ton, and more men are now at work on
the roads than at any time during the
prevents tired feel
ings, staggering sen
Rev. C. H. Afferbach died recently at
San Jose, aged 68 years. He was one of
of heart, rush of
the first ministers of the Methodist
blood to tbe head,
Episcopal church on the Pacific Coast,
dizziness, ringing in
ears, snots before the
being sent to California as a missionary
eyes, headache, bil
about 40 years ago.
Christopher S. Studer of Cordelia has
of bowels, pains in
filed a damage suit in the superior
court of Solano county against the
tongue, coated, foul
Southern Pacific company to recover
breath^ pimples ou
$25,000 for injuries alleged to have been
face, body and limb,
received by his son, whose death re
dizzy spells, faint
spells, cold, clammy
Deputy United States Marshal Vin
feet and hands, sour
son arrested John Mulckey, the notori
risings, fatigue, in
ous stage robber and ex-convict from
somnia, aud all dis
IN DRY GOODS,
Boise, Idaho, at Spokane. Mulckey at
eases of the stomach,
tempted to draw liis gun, but Vinson
liver and kidneyt.T'
«•Joy.s Vegetable Sar
had the drop on him and he surren
saparilla is sold by all
druggists. Refuse a
substitute. When you
William P. Murphy, aged 22. was ac
pay for the best see that
cidentally electrocuted at San Jose. He
you get tbe best.
was putting a pane of glass in a base
ment window and slipped from the silL
He grasped an electric light wire as he
for the aded
fell and received the full current of
Preparations are being made at the
sub-office of the United States coast and
geodetic survey at San Francisco for a
clironometric expedition from Sitka,
Alaska, west for the purpose of deter
mining the longitude of certain points
and passes in the Aleutian islands.
Deputy United States Marshal Bo A fine farm of 180 acres, lying
tello of Los Angeles shot his wife in the
five miles northeast of
thigh during a family row. He claims
she attacked him with a carving knife
and he drew his pistol to frighten her
and the weapon wa3 accidentally dis
40 acres of above is first-class
charged. No arrests have been made.
pasture land, and is now used
Five United States naval vessels will
for dairy purposes, the remain
assemble in San Diego harbor before
ing 40 acres is fine land and has
on it the house, barn anrk other
Washington’s birthday. They are the
improvements. 40 or 60 acres
Philadelphia, Monterey, Monadnock,
of above to exchange for Ash
Thetis and Albatross. There will be
1,300 officers and sailors in port at one
Not only knocked prices down on Teas
time. All will participate in the big Plenty of fruit, etc.
celebration on the 22d.
ere is a chance for
as advertised last week, but have a long
a great bargain to any one
The call for a state convention to se
lect delegates from California to the Re-
land who wishes to make a
iublican national convention at St.
change—the owner is too old to
iouis will probably be issued during
give the farm the attention it
February by the Republican state cen
tral committee. California will be en
That Fine Eastern Syrup is going fast.
titled to four delegates at large and two
from each congressional district. The
One Gallon Cans, 75-Ctc.
Station “A"—24 Union Avenue,
executive committee of the state cen
Mapel, 1-2 Gallon Cans, 75-Cts.
tral committee will meet Feb. 15.
East Portland, Or.
Mapel, [Quart Cans, 45-Cts.
Reuben Tobin, a member of one of
the oldest families of Vallejo, Cal.,
committed suicide by hanging himself Or apply to FRANK WILLIAMS,
in jail. He was a heavy drinker and
was put in jail for disturbing the peace.
Star, Climax, Horse Shoe and Saw Log,
While resisting arrest, the officer gave
Tobin a severe clubbing and doctors had
to stitch his Bcalp. Tobin hanged him
We are selling for cash. Watch our priees.
self from a water pipe in the ceiling,
using the bandages which were on the
wounds of his head.
The papers in the case of K. S. Whit
KLUM & C1U8LKK, Prop.’s
field against exrSheriff Wyckoff of Yolo
county, transferred from Calaveras
t-t Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
county, have been filed in the superior
jcourtof Yolo county. Whitfield sues
to recover damages for $10,000. He al
leges false imprisonment. Whitfield
was arrested in Calaveras county by ex
Sheriff Wyckoff on suspicion of being
one of the counterfeiters who murdered
.... Dealer in
Louis Todhunter in Yolo county in 1893.
8am Clarey was over from Henley the
first of the week.
Geo. H. Slover of Grants Pass is yisiting
NUMBER OF DELEGATES.
lira. Lindsey has gone to southern Cali
fornia for her health.
The Ashland People’s Party Club Central Point... .11 Trail C’eek
W. J. Stanley went to San Francisco yes
have again rented the front room, Talent................ . 8 Table Rock «
terday on a mining deal.
upstairs, in the Atkinson block, and Woodville .......
5 Big Butte..
converted it into a reading room, club N Ashland.........
Dr. Hinman, the dentiat, over the post
room and meeting place. It is open all 8
office. in Masonic block.
day and in the evenings if any one so W
9 Willow Springs
Mrs. J. M. Etner left Monday for Port
8 Lost Creek.......
chooses. The following are a few of the S Medford
land to join her husband.
many papers on file and received every N
Het and cold baths at Storey’« barber
week. Everybody, regardless of politics, Rock Point.......
shop. Opposite town hall.
2 Gold Hill..........
religion, color or previous condition, cor N Jacksonville..
3 Flounce Rock...
Slinger & Hanley shipped over 100 head
9 Foots creek.......
of beeves to Tacoma Friday.
4 Eagle Point.......
Daily 8. F. Call.
Carpenter <fc Allison are burning a kiln of
Daily S. F. Chronicle. Scientific American.
lime at their Phoenix quarry.
The N. Y. Voice.
The town of* Pokegama is at Yreka in the
a later date to nominate county < fticers.
The Denver Road.
O. A. C. Hansen divorce case.
Watson's P. P. Paper. Catholic Sentinel.
Chairman Co. Central Com.
Kolb’s Ala. Tribune. 8. F. Daily Post.
Lester High leaves aoon to work at his
Donnelly’s Represen Portland Telegram.
trade in some California city.
A Despondent Case at Medford.
Corlies Merritt was on today’s traiD to
N. Y. World.
J. 8. Maxwell attempted suicide at Med
Visit his aunt at Oakland, Cal.
Appeal to Reason.
N. Y. Tribune.
ford yesterday morning, while suffering
Voice of Labor.
from aberration, caused by destitute cir
Butler Walker has been in from Sprague
All Oregon Populist cumstances. He is about 60 years old, and
river valley the peat few weeks.
came from Wallowa county with his wife
Harry Cole of Ohio is paying his father,
and two children in September. He went
Dr. G. B. Cole of Phoenix, a visit
Lots of reform books. to a barn and cut his throat with a butcher
knife, but early assistance prevented his
B. Beach is erecting a neat cottage along
All good reform papers or books from death.
side the Episcopal church, to rent it.
any source respectfully solicited. Noth
J. H. Layman of Brownsboro came over
ing barred except filthy, smutty or erotic
from Pokegam a yesterday on a visit.
Mother Hubbard Bali.—Co. D, will give
literature. Got enough of the latter in a grand ball (Mother Hubbard style) on
McDonald Perdue has built a bridge
the eve of Washington's Birthdav, Feb.
across upper Rogue river at his place.
Challenge to Debate.
First class piano for sale cheap. For
Burnside Post, G. A. R., will arrange
farther particulars call on Mrs. H. Judge.
To the republicans ot Jackson county.
The following question, to-wit: "Re for patriotic celebration of Washington’s
Dr. Geary, a gold standard republican,
solved that the republican party is respon birthday, Feb. 22d. Farther particular
represented the Medford club in convention.
sible for the hard times." I will take the and program next week.
Jesse D. Carr, the veteran democratic
affirmative side and speak 45 minutes and
Fred T. Fradenburg left Sunday to take
sage of Salinas, Cal., was at Montague last
then give the negative side one hour to
answer. I will then take fifteen minutes charge of his new business at Astoria. Me
to close. Debate to be conducted accord will make us a visit about the 20th.
Big stock of 25 and 50c paper Novels re
ing to parlimentary rules and one discus
duced to 10 and 15c at D. L. Minkler <Jt
Justin McCarthy has announced his
sion to be given in each town of the county
and one discussion in each precinct out intention of resigning the chairman
side of the towns in Jackson county. Call ship of the Irish party, the cause being
Mrs. H. H. Hill and daughter, and Mrs,
ou, or address,
J. T ressler ,
Tbetuas leave tomorrow for Fresno, Cal.,
given as failing health and personal
Medford, Jackson county, Or. considerations, which he will detail to
Ex-Senator Cameron of Jacksonville at
his colleagues in Dublin. Mr. Sexton
Populist Primaries Saturday.
tended the republican state ciub meeting
Tbe People’s Party primaries take place is spoken of as his successor.
The Standard Match company, capi
Jackson county Saturday afternoon at
W. A. Homes is at the Sacramento rail
$5,000,00), has been incorporated in
road hospital being treated for injuries to
In Aablaud’fl three precincts tbe meet New Jersey and will have offices in big
ing is called for tbe regular meeting cities of this country and in all the
8eventyfive men is the force now at work
place. The county convention takes principal cities of Europe, Asia and
on the Black Channel Gold Mining Co. on
place a week from Saturday.
Africa. The concern will deal in mate
rials used in making matches.
About Your Taxes.
What have yon to exchange for stove
wood ? Address your offers to C. 40, care
Sheriff Patterson announces that the
John Morley, chief secretary for Ire
of this office.
tax roll of Jackson county will not be in land in the Rosebery and Gladstone
C. B. Rostel is expected back from San
the sheriff’s possession before Feb. 15th. cabinets, speaking at Arbroath, Scot
Francisco soon to start a barber shop at
Killed by tbe Train.
after which time all letters now in the land, said that Lord Salisbury blun
On last Sunday afternoon a youug man sheriff’s hands asking for information dered in questioning the Monroe doc
Prof. H. L. Benson, district attorney, at named John H. Howell, aged 27 years, about the taxes for 1895 will be answered,
trine, to which America is strenuously
tended the republican gold bug sideshow at attempted to board the north bound
attached. He also said that if ever there
Portland this week.
freight train at Gazelle and was thrown
Senator Roach of North Dakota has ar was a case for arbitration it was the
Vaupel, Norns A Drake are offering the under tbe car, one of the wheels passing
best values in dry goods shown in Ashland over his right leg just below tbe knee, ranged with parties at Grants Pass to buy Venezuelan boundary dispute.
for years. Call on them.
crushing it and cutting it until it was al a lot of cattle for shipment to the Senator’s
A City of Mexico dispatch says: The
J. R. Casey, horticultural commissioner, most entirely severed from his body, The stock headquarters at Northfield, Minn.
secretary of the interior, General Cosio,
was making down the valley orchards an youDg man bad come from Edgewood
Jehu Jacobs, who has been milling for has ordered the governor of Chihuahua
official visit tbe past week.
that morning aud intended boarding the Buffer & Beekman’s mine on Jackson creek to send 5,000 soldiers if necessary to
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Barclay of Talent passenger train, but it was going too fast went to Siskiyou county Monday to put to stop the Maher-Fitssimmons prize fight
and Mrs. E. E. Sayles of Steinman were when it passed through Gazelle, so he work a new concentrator that he received
visiting Ashland yesterday.
and bis partner waited for tbe freight. a patent on a few months ago. He will put if an attempt is made to hold it at Jua
work on the McCook mill on Humbug. rez. Cosio is determined in the mat
Miss Marie Andrews, who has been When it arrived it was also going very it at of
the principal features of the concen ter, but the promoters of the series of
teaching in Coos county, is visiting her fast, but Howell grabbed a side ladder on One
one of tbe cars and the speed of the train trator is that it will only cost about half as fights declare that the report is false
brother George in Fresno, Cal.
much as ordinary concentrators now on
and that the tournament will come off.
Exposure to cold, damp winds, may re threw bis legs under the car, catching the market.
sult in pneumonia unless tbe system is Kept tbe right leg under the wheel while tbe
The Rhode Island authorities have
brake beam struck him in tbe back aud
The Medford Monitor utters this as the
invigorated with Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
county republican slate: Representatives, discovered that the new law requiring
The city “swells” and the normal
E. V. Carter, of Ashland, N. Lan gel I, of all persons performing the marriage
"dudes" are to match their importance in together with tbe station agent, immedi Jacksonville, and W. V. Jones of Wood ceremony to register yearly is identical
a foot-ball contest Washington’s birthday.
ville. County judge, J. W. Merritt of Cen with one enacted 70 years ago and whioh
of the train crew, which bad stopped tbe
Frank Terry, on tbe passenger trains train and returned to tbe scene, they tral Point. Commissioner, H. Ankeny of has been a dead letter. It is said there
Sterling; clerk, M. L. Alford, Medford;
between here and Portland for years,
moved to Los Angeles yesterday to remain. tied his leg so as to stop the flow of blood. sheriff. Bob Taylor, Ashland; recorder, has not been a legal marriage in Rhode
He was then taken into tne caboose and Gus Newbnr.r, Phoenix; assessor, Joe Mar Island for 50 years and application will
Peter Nelson and daughter, Miss Fannie,
tin, 8ams valley; treasurer, Jack Florey of be made to the legislature to have all
came out from Gardner, Douglas county, tbe crew all took off their coats and cov Eagle Point.
acts of unlicensed clergymen made
last week, the latter to attend the normal ered him to keep him as warm as pos
sible, and did all that was in their power
to make it comfortable for tbe unfortu
River Lumber Company. An eastern
W. I. Vawter and Gus Newbury are to be
The trust created by the will of the
the star orators at the republican club nate young man. He was taken to tbe capitalist, Dame Rumor says Gov. Alger late James G. Fair in favor of admin
meeting at Jacksonville next Tuesday
He was not a professional hobo, but was of Michigan, has purchased an interest istrators has been declared by Judge
out of employment. His brother is rail in the company, and it is expected a Black to be invalid. It is held that the
Mrs. Dors. McDonald and children re
logging road will be built from the mill
turned to Dunsmuir yesterday from a visit road agent at The Dalles, Ore.—Journal. to the timber. It is to be hoped this is trust is invalid because it is a trust
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
true, for a railroad built to tap the easter- created in real property—that is, to
most timber of the company would reach transfer and convey the remainder after
Mrs. J. H. McBride is conducting a as far as Spencer creek or Aspen lake the death of Fair’s children—whioh
David Horn, of Hornbrook, the enter-
prising citizen and business man of Klam- private boarding house at her home country, and from tnere it would be an trust the law of California does not
ath river, was in Ashland and on Wagner on Main street, opposite Ganiard’s opera easy task to reach Klamath Falls. This permit to be created. Thus far in the
house. Board by the day, week or manufacturing industry is the greatest
litigation the decision is a victory fur
that has ever been attempted in southern the child ran
Tbos. Kinney and wife were visiting Ash- month.
It is a big thing to say but nevertheless
and Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Pelton
Oregon or northern California, and great
true, that a great multitude of people have
An Insane Committment.
and daughter are visiting them at Jackson
benefit may yet accrue to this country gress has attracted considerable atten crowned 8immons Liver Regulator, the Freshest
Sheriff Patterson hauled John Adams, from it.—Klamath Falls Express.
ville this week.
"King of Liver Medicines." There is
an insane person, from Talent to Jack
tion in Mexican political circles. It is nothing like it for Malaria Rheumatism.
Dr. Barr, Dentist I. O, O. F. block.
sonville Friday and brought him before
regarded as too sweeping in its scope, Chills and Fever, Constipation, Biliousness,
Capt. M. F. Eggleston, the free silver the honorable county court at 2:30 p. m..
implying a practical protectorato over sick headache, indigestion and all troubles Best Meats in Market.
arising from a sluggish or diseased liver.
coinage oracle of southern Oregon, is in in time for examination and taking to met at Portland Tuesday. The “powers
Portland this week attending the state Salem on the evening train. The county’s that be” saw to it that the free silver re Latin America.
Simmons Liver Regulator is the prevention
publicans would not be so numerous as
GIVE US A TRIAL
convention of republican clubs.
and cure for these ailments.
court janitor was in Salem with another
cepted a $500 engagement ring from
An A. P. A. council with 14 charter mem insane party and did not return until
bers was instituted at Woodville Monday Saturday, and then had to give nature’s ring had easy sailing. The proposition John Patterson. Patterson borrowed
Several members of the Ohio legis la-
night. A council was recently organized tired spirits one day’s rest in order to
have been indicted for bribery.
tacked on to the order of business report
al Grants Pass with 75 members.
make the trip. The court appointed was carried by the gold-bugs by a large George Letcher for a debt and a loan
Kentucky legislature is dead
Jack Abraham has closed his store in Owen Keegan, court house janitor, and
of $100. Miss Boyer offered Letcher locked on the United States senator
Medford and moved bis stock to Roseburg. Chris Ulrick, who repaired the once majority. President Beekman then
The firm of Thompson, Van Dyke & Co. famous jail door, to take Adams to the ruled as out of order all attempts to get $100 to redeem the ring but he would ship.
are in the hands of their creditors.
asylum. Though the sheriff’s office is
A. S. Pennoyer, the well-known the
Another unknown man tried to board a closed on Sunday some of the officials metal. Capt. Eggleston’s free coinage was paid. She brought suit to recover atrical man, died at Philadelphia, aged
and lost. Letcher still retains the ring. 70 years.
freight last night below Dunsmuir to get to are within a stone’s throw of the same
San Francisco and was killed. He shipped all day. The two representatives of the lies on the table yet. And gold-bugism
and Simonism vie with each other in
The new United States gunboat Hel
$4U by express to be paid to himself.
Women and Money Making.
county court took on very seriously the
Chai. L. Iginge, the mining man, is home old prejudices existing between His being the most attractive ornaments to
The New York Herald offers prizes ena was successfully launched at New
port News, Va., recently.
from Siskiyou county visiting bis family. Majesty and the county sheriff and be the republican party machinery of this
to women who can suggest the best
He has been superintending the opening cause the sheriff did not come to his of state.
John W. Noble, ex-secretary of the
of some big mining enterprises near the
The delegates to national meeting are: methods whereby one of their own sex
fice, they rested tneir case on the court At large—M. C. George, Multnomah;
interior, is confined to his home in St.
Trinity county line.
can make a successful start in business
bouse steps and lower court dignity, so
February 8th, ’95.
John A. Niday.of Grants Pass, Josephine the two days’ wait had another day James A. Fee, Umatilla; T. A. McBride, on a capital of $100. Many letters have Louis by a serious attack of la grippe.
county, Or., has been granted an increase added and it was Monday evening before Clackamas; G. W. Patterson, Washing
American residents in the Transvaal
ot pension, and a pension has also been
ton ; J. M. Long, Multnomah; A. W. been received recommending plans. Few have requested Secretary of State Olney
Come if you would enjoy a
issued to the minor heirs of Richard Har Mr. Adams was started to Salem. Court Gowan, Harney. 1st Dist—J. L. Patter soar beyond taking boarders or opening to send a special diplomatic agent to
few pleasant hours, where, in
grave of Ashland, Or.
son, Marion; R. A. Booth, Josephine; a laundry, however, although these are adjust matters.
such artists as old-time residents of the
Deuel A Stevens have bought the lower county seat, hence us pleibean busters J. H. Hawley, Polk ; J.E. Blundell, Doug by no means to be despised. Women
time with good music, you
Frank D. Lewis, government attorney
story of the new Adkins-Childers brick in
las ; J. M. Church, Union; John Michell,
Medford for $5000 for their store. They
Wasco; F. J. Taylor, Clatsop; W. C. have more than once become well off by for the Mission Indians, has sued the can have a chance to “tip the
have visited Ashland twice recently and clined to view favorably the insane pa Avery, Multnomah.
working these old fashioned trades.
L ob Angeles Herald for $50,000 damages light fantistic.”
are talking of putting in a store in Ash tient’s plain, homely offer, which was to
for alleged libel.
go to the asylum alone and present bis
Upon the person of a miserly Ai ri-
For first-class dental work see Dr. A commitment if be was only proyided
Thirty-five men are employed at the esting as showing the gentle fiutterings can who fell in a fit on a bouievark of Gentlemen, 50c.
with a ticket.
Hinman, Masonic block.
Waldo copper mines at present. Some
Geo. T. Baldwin, tbe well-known Klam Department of Music of State Nor are running a tunnel, some sinking a
HAYDEN & DAVIS.
ath Falls merchant, and Major Chas. E.
shaft and others erecting a smelting of money making. One honest, brave was worth $400,000.
Worden, allotting agent of the Klamath
The belief is general at the capital
Those wishing to take music, either piano, plant, which was shipped in last fall by woman camo from Now England last
Indian Agency, arrived in Ashland Tues
day to attend the Knights Templar Com- voice, or organ, can see Miss Thomas, the way of Crescent City. A well-defined May with $96 and “a good knowledge that the Pacific railroads funding bill
fest thick is being
will pass both houses of congress and
teacher, at the Normal building or at her vein of copper
boarding place. Mrs. White’s, Corner of followed in ths tunnel and there is ore of baking.” Sbo first haunted the
The People's Party primaries are called First Avenue and Spring Street. One hour enough in sight to justify the expendi woman’s exchanges with little success. be signed by the president. C. P. Hunt
ington is at Washington.
for Saturday afternoon at one o’clock to lessons 50 cts. Lessons given at the school
tures the company is making on the She persevered, however, opened a place
elect delegates to the county convention at or the homes of the students.
Hugh Dempsey, ex-district master
works. At the Illinois river work has of her own and now has a clear profit
Medford one week later. Though a little
DYNAMOS and MOTORS
workman of the Knights of Labor of
been suspended for the season on ac
early in the season most of the clubs in tbe
of $15.50 a week over all expenses, with Homestead, Pa., sentenced to three
county are already organized.
For Quartz Mills, Hoisting, Pumping
Estate of E W Carver H E Cooper ap
Tbe Jackson County Bank of Medford pointed executor and E D Foudray, L A of the stream preventing the erection of her business growing and the founda years in the penitentiary for complicity and all kinds of mining work.
tion laid for a competency.
baa elected tbe following new officers: W. Rose and J A Anderson appraisers.
in poisoning non-union men during the
I. Vawter, president; Wm. Slinger, vice-
Estate of Eliza J Hamlin; motion to set
One lady suggests that being a book great strike, has been pardoned.
Electrical Engineering Co.,
president; J. E. Envart, cashier; Dr. B. F. aside will, compromised.
“The Sparrows," a girls’ social club
Adkins and A. A. Davis, besides the above
Estate of John Toepper. Inventory and HOTEL OELIEG-Oisr agent on a bicycle would be a novelty
34 and 36 Main St.,
named, are the board of directors.
appraisement filed and approved.
and would pay well both in health and of Newton, Kan., has decided to branch
San Francisco, Cal.
Estate of Geo. S. Walton; order to cancel
F. T. Frodenburgh, Prop.
money to the enterprising new woman into other lines and is making arrange
Dr. Barr, dentist I. O. O. F. block.
mortgage by executrix allowed.
T humday -
Mrs J Maggs, G Pass
who would undertake it, and perhaps it
Estate of E. W. Carver; order admitting M Winter, Port
Joshua Patterson has purchased 15 acres
W A Hemphill, S F
(Colo.) mining stock. The members
of land of L. J. Schlappy east of Bear creek will to probate
C P 8tauffer, Chgo
would. Still another gives her own ex
have pool ed their pin money and have
Estate of Jas. G. Birdsey; order author K L Fairchilds, S F J , Holmes
•nd a new road is being petitioned for in
perience in running a hairdressing and $500 to begin operation«.
that section so as to let the farmers in the izing executrix to cancel mortgage granted. H W Clarke, do
S unday —
neighborhood have the benefit of tbe bridge
hair cutting parlor for ladies and chil
T W Stephens, Almd C
i L Howe, Port
Mrs. O. Barclay, Modeste.
•cross Bear creek near Eagle mill.
A P Bradburv, Port O
1 C Riches, do
It Saves Lives Every Day.
dren. She made it pay well, she says.
For the latest styles in dressmaking go M Posner, 8 F
F W Johnson, RMS
Some Josephine county people are agi
of cases of Consumption,
Mrs. G. Barclay, Novelty block, oppo- A Harris, do
F L Southwick, do
tating the Idea ot a "committee of 100" to to
Asthma, Coughs, Colds, and Croups are
put the finances of the county in better
cured eyerv day by Shiloh’s Cure. Eor
C A Hermann, Or Cy H Horn, Hornbrook
shape. We thought the republicans had
support opened a little ice cream lunch sale by T. K. Bolton.
A. 8. Hammond of Medford was one of G M Straud, Jr, Port 8 Shattuck, do
already attended to that, after having the chief republicans at the recent state O Frierson. Cen Pt
room and candy store, with soda foun -
H Spencer, 8 F
knocked the populists out two years ago.
E O Parrott, R B
J A Coy, Ashland
tain; likewise tea, coffee and cake. She
J A Morris, G Hill
Senator McBride, after dodging around
now maintains the whole family com
the great issue for • year, baa been
W P 8mith, Port
Highest Honors—World’s Fair,
O Gladding, Port
cornered at last. On tbe free silver
G. L. Epps made Medford a visit Sunday. P Nelson. Gardner T
F J Carter, 8 F
amendment to the bond bill be lined up
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
“Bteno” became a stenographer seven
J Fanning, N Y
E. W. Carver made a flying trip to Ash C W Tipton, Port
with the gold-bugs and voted to kill land.
G H Sloyer, G Pass T Morall, Port
years ago. She worked for other people
■ilver and foist more bonds on an already
C Whitmer, Port
T R Wilson, 8 F
three years, then opened an office of her
A. J. Weeks of San Francisco is visiting I Rosenblatt, S F
E D Ivory, R M 8
D Horn, Hornbk
own. She 6ays she now supports her
C J Bovle, do
Tbos. McAndrews, one of the solid citi
E 0 Parrott, R Bluff family and herself and could support a
Samuel Murphy and Robert Smith tare Aleck, 8 F
zens of Medford made tbe R ecord office a
L Salisbury, do
H Horn, Hornbk
pleasant call Saturday. By the advent of busy mining.
S aturday -
L L Gilbert, Ashland husband also if necessary. This girl is
a son in the household of J. J. Brophy
Frank Short of Ashland has been visit M edford dramatic co • T uesday —
commended to young gentlemen in
Friday. Mr. M. was elected to the office ing in Phoenix.
Miss M Nicholson I Goodfriend, 8 F
of grandpa, which he will fill to the queen s
F D Franklin,Buffalo search of a wife. A woman who con
The Ladies of Phoenix will give a Leap
A Appell, Port
fesses she is fond of looking at the in
Year dance Feb. 14th.
When you drink tea get the best—Ito
W C Moore Snobom side of houses proposes to open a house
J. A. Anderson and wife have been at
Mrs J H Butler
Blend—it will please you. Take no other.
Dr H L Hatch,Talent
tending court at Jacksonville.
W K Carman
C A Hermann, Rsbg hunting office to find flats, rooms and
J. K. Van Sant, Ashland.
C W Tipton, Port
dwellings for persons too busy to do it
Rev. Caldwell of Ashland is holding a
The Swacker brothers, Frank. S. D. and seiies of meetings at the Presbyterian
G M Clover. 8 F
Alex., were in Gold Hill Sunday to visit church.
J H Butler
Mrs M Brazil, do
their mother, who has just returned from
W L Cameron
M W Backus, do
Good Pillow Sham holders only 60c each
Salem. Mrs. Swacker is still under a men
R E Hanna, Port
G T Baldwin, K Falls
at the Opera House Furniture 8tore.
tal cloud, but she is comfortably situated
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mc-
R M Donahue, Port J H Boyd, 8 F
The R ecord ’ s job office is prepared to do
Knight, and all is being done that kind
E E Sayles, Steinmn A 8 Ward, do
the neatest and best job printing of every
hands can do to make her last days easy BURNETT—At Talent, Jan. 24, 1896, to T James, City
g [Most Perfect Made.
A F Zipf, do
description at the lowest firing rates. Mail
and peaceful,—Gold Hill Miner.
Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett, a ion,
orders will receive prompt attention.
<D Ywa the Standard.
JO Y S
UP TO DATE
At VAUFEL. NORRIS & DRAKE'S.
WE HAVE_ _ _ _
S plendid B argains .
R. P. SCM0MP,
Electricity in Mining
U MINKLER & SON
J. F*. Dodge,
and everything pretaining to
the Furniture Trade!
A nice line of Floor Matting just in—prices low.
' Trunks and canvas-covered Telescopes; Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lamberquin poles and trimmings,
Screens, Picture Frames, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
White, New Home and Magestic Sewing Machines.
Best machine oil, needles and repairs for all kinds
of Sewing Machines.
BABY CARRIAGES at less than city prices,
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
RESTAURANT S BAKERY,
BLUE FRONT BUILDING,
OPPOSITE CITY HALL,
Mrs. W. P. Parsons, Proprietress.
A^.MEALS . AT . ALL . MOMRS^*’
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes, Etc., always on Hand.
lunches put up to ordcr .
MAIN AND GRANITE STREETS,
A Fine Line of Suitings Always
First - Clata, - Artistic - Fit - Guaranteed,