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Siskiyou County Assessment.
The County Assessor is now finishing
up the assessment roll, and will soon be
ready to give footings. The assessable
propertv will be equal to last year, if not
J~)R. J. S. HERNDON,
a little more. The railroad lands have
been assessed somewhat higher in a few
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
places, lowered on their poorest lands
O regon . located on mountain peaks, but will
A shland ,
probablv average a little higher total
H^Office— In Townsend Building, on than last year. All delinquent since
1876 will be added to the roll this year,
Oak Street, Opposite Hotel Oregpn.
to collect all back taxes with costs,
which will astonish many property own
HINMAN. D. D. S
ers neglecting to settle during any year
of the past 20 years. This is required by
the Code under late amendment.—Yreka
ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON,
EXECUTION AT FORT KLAMATH.
Chief of the County Papers
Published every Thursday.
E. J. KAISER, Proprietor.
JULY 2, 1896,
One Year............................................. 31 75
Six Months.......................................... 1 00
Three Months....................................... 50
Advertising rates given on application
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
An Interesting Article on the Hang
Klamath county will soon organize a bi-
ing of the Four Modoc Warriors
A, Harvey of Henley has returned from
Klamath Falls Republican.]
his tour in the east.
AppropoB of the proposed demolition
Miners’ supplies at R. S. Barclay &
The Pioneer and Old Reliable Hotel of
of the old historic post of Fort Klamath
Son, Talent. Cheap.
by the sale of the remaining buildings at
Ashland, is now Under the Management of
Miss Mollie Rearnes of Klamath Falls is public auction, on July 6th next, so that
visiting Jacksonville relatives.
few vestages of this frontier post so well
W. E. Phipps, the teacher, returned to known during the Snake and Modoc
Medford Sunday from Sisson, Cal. •
Indian wars, Bave the graves of Captain
E. J. Poole and wife of Klamath county
mission massacre, will remain, we are
are visiting Jackson county relatives.
to present below a report of the ex John, Black Jim and Boston Charley were
LEE AND M’CLELLAN.
Giant Powder, 13>2 cents ner pound, able
of these famous Modocs which launched into eternity.
occurred on October 3,1873, and was the and Black Jim died instantly, their necks Their First Meeting as Described by tba
Jeremiah Davidson, an early pioneer of closing act in the sanguine drama of the being broken, but Schon-chin John and
Latter After the Civil War.
Siskiyou county, died in Scott valley last Modoc war. We find this literarv frag Boston Charley struggled for some time.
Entertaining papers giving reminis An Experienced Hotel Man of California, and has been
£**la th Masonic Bnilding up stairs Would give us perfect health. Because week.
men and women are not perfectly wise, they
ment in the hands of Prof. W. S. Worden, The little form of Boston moved convul cences of “The Lost Cause” wero read
over Post Office.
Completely Renovated and Improved and is Ready
must take medicine to keep themselves
When you drink tea get the best—Ito who has been quite a collector of Modoc sively several times, and twice the knees
perfectly healthy. Pure, rich blood is the Blend—it will please you. Take no other. literature since bis advent among us. were drawn up. The muscular frame of in this city at a meeting of the Daugh
-^^Bna^for the Traveling Public.
basis of good health. Hood’s Sarsaparilla J. K. Van Sant, Ashland.
The report was written by Capt. O. U Schon-cbin was longest in convulsions ters of the Confederacy. In a paper pro-
is the One True Blood Purifier. It gives
JJR- 8- I- SONGER.
pared by Mr. George Savage and read
good health because it builds upon the true date. lies in the fact that he has been able
New York Times, and also furnished the Finally the left band was clenched and by Mrs. D. Giraud Wright was described
to poll so many votes since the election. correspondent of the Oregonian and Pitts raised toward the heart, and then a the first meeting of General Robert E.
PHYSICIAN and 8URGEON.
RATES, $1.00 to $1.50 PER DAY.
Hood's Fills are purely vegetable, per
Ex-Sheriff E. W. Gowen and wife of burg Leader. We also bave an article sudden straightening of the iron frame Lee and General George B. McClellan,
No Chinese Employed
fectly harmless, always reliable and bene Klamath county are visiting Cottage G rove giving the speeches of the condemned denoted that Schon-cbin John was no as General McClellan had related the MEALS, 25 Cents.
Novelty Block, Opposite Hotel Oregon,
friends. They went via the military wagon Modocs, delivered in the guard house on more.
At the expiration of thirty facts to Mr. Savage in the summer of
the day before the execution, and an ac minutes Surgeon McElderrv examined 1878.
The Canvass Completed.
A shland ,
O regon .
Judge W. C. Hale of Klamath Falls has count of the final departure of the sub the four bodies, and finding life extinct,
The secretary of state, in the presence of
the governor, as provided by law, has com gone to Albany on his bicycle. Mrs. Hale dued band for the Indian Territory,
diers to a tent provided for the purpose, ing the Mexiean war, ” said General Mc -A. FIRST-OLASñ EAR 11ST CONNEC
pleted the canvass of the June election re and daughter passed through Ashland this which we will publiBb later.
J~)R. C. W. BARR.
where the bodies were prepared for burial. Clellan to Mr. Savage, “that I first met
turns sent up by the county clerks, and week on the cars.
TION WITH HOT H Ti.
F ort K lamath , Oct. 3, 1873.
Saturday a proclamation was issued by the
And then the citizens took their depar my future great opposing commander.
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy cures
governor declaring the results of the elec colds, croup and whooping cough. It is
The day having arrived for the execu ture, the troops moved back to their I was a lieutenant cf engineers and Lee
Dental Parlors in Odd Fellow’s Block.
tion. The tollowing is the official abstract
tion of the Medoc prisoners, there was quarters, and the reservation Indian was a major of engineers and a favorite
of the vote as announced for congressmen,
A shland , O regon .
much stir in the garrison from early marched by the garrison, and. mounting on the staff of Geueral Winfield Scott
and prosecuting attorney in the first district Ashland Drug Co.
dawn. Already the gallows bad been their horses, rode homeward. Among I was walking across a field one day
Mrs. M. R. Klindt of Tacoma arrived in erected near the edge of the pine woods those who lingered longest in the garrison
*11 work pertaining to modern dent
Ashland Monday on a visit to her sister, within three or tour hundred paces of waa Old Schon-chin, of Yainax, legal when I saw General Scott and his staff
istry. Painless operations a specialty.
....... 1,356 Mrs, C. P. Jones. She will likely remain the stockade, where the majority of the and heriditary chief of all the Modocs approaching on horseback As the party
N C Christenson Pr. .
Jefferson M vers, D.. .
....... 7.914 here for some time.
Modocs are confined. The six ropes He had quietly sat within a hundred feet drew near to me Major Leo reined up
Thomas H Tongue, R
Louis Wetzel and Miss Gertude Nixon,
M. BROWER M. D.
...... 19,292 well known Yreka yonng people, were bung from the high beam above the plat of the scaffold, and witnessed the execu his horse and, addressing me in an an
W S Vanderberg, P...
married last week and are spending their form, the long coffins were placed upon tion of his only brother. Although he gry tone, said:
the ground beneath, and the graves were carried ena vigorous war with the whites
“ ‘Lieutenant, don’t you know you
A S Bennett, D........ ..................... 7,099 honeymoon in San Francisco.
PHYSICIAN and 8URGEON,
W R Ellis. M R............................. 12,617
20 years ago, Bince the Klamath and are disobeying orders? What is your
F McKercher, Pro ......................
Many citizens of the adjacent country, Modoc treaty of 1864 was concluded, he name?’
O regon .
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H H Northrup, G R..................... 8,807 southern California where be spent the and even from remote parts of the land, has remained faithful to its obligations,
“I told him my name was McCleilan
Martin Quinn, P............................ 12,239
had congregated in and about the garri and has zealously advocated the white and that I did not know I was disobey
Office—At Residence, intersection of Me
son, and the few Modocs permitted to man’s law. Repeatedly he viB'ted the ing orders.
chanic, Laurel and Main Streets,
Archbishop Wm, H. Gross of the Catho- wander about the post at will, looked seceding band in the Modoc country and
“ ‘All officers have been told to re
George W Colvlg, R.
counseled Captain Jack and Schon-chin
Church of Oregon, will be in Southern gloomy and apprehensive.
John A Jeffrey. P..
in their quarters and await or
S S Pentz. D.............
878 Oregon soon to conduct the continuation cers moved about the post arranging the their people, but without avail. By re ders, ’ he exclaimed, still appearing very
exercises. He will deliver a lecture in
various details. Companies of troops quest of General Canby, he was at the angry.
Consumption Can be Cured
marched and countermarched on the first meeting held with the Modocs at the
“I replied that no such order had
G. A. R.
by the use of Shiloh’s Cure. This great visiting her friend, Mrs. J.G. McDonald. level and beautiful parade ground, their scene of the massacre last spring, and on reached mo, and he then peremptorily
Cough Cure is the only known remedy for We are sorry to report that Mrs. McDonald bright accoutrements glittering among returning to General CaDby.s tent,
BURNSIDE POST NO. 23.
ordered me back to my quarters, and
Meet in Masonic Hall, on the 1st and
who has been very ill for some months, is the pine trees, and Klamath and loyal Schon-chin, in the presence of your cor hastened away to join General Scott and
3d Saturday of each month. Visiting Com Bolton.
Modoc Indians from the reservation came respondent, told the geueral that having
the rest of the staff, who had not stop
rades cordially welcomed.
Eagle Point will celebrate the 4th of July. flocking in on their active little ponies to seen the eyes of Captain Jack and his ped.
A, C. S pencer , Commander.
The hydraulic tunnel on the Younglove J. B. Eddy, state railroad commissioner, see their doomed relatives suffer the brother, and beard them talk, he knew 1 “I returned across tho field to my
G. O. V annatta , Adjutant.
will deliver the oration. There will be a
. «■— ■
■ ■—-1 Greene placer mine on Louse creek has basket dinner and Woodruff sisters will penalty of the law. At 9 o’clock a. m. they would never consent to leave the' quarters, feeling much injured, for 1
the condemned were taken from the Modoc country, and that it was useless
been completed. It is 630 feet long.
fnrnish the music.
guard house, placed in a wagon and to talk to them, and be believed he could had not knowingly committed any
W. R. C.
King Bros., whe have been working the
The Klamath Falls Express says: Chas. escorted by troops to the gallows. On do more good by returniug to take care breach of discipline. I complained to
BURNSIDE RELIEF CORPS NO. 24
Steamboat ledge, have suspended operations Holmes
arrived from Ashland yesterday their arrival near the engine of death, of his people at Yainax. He then asked my fellow officers cf Major Lee’s treat
Meets in Odd Fellows hall at 2 o’clock p. and returned to Portland. The rich ore and expects
to go up to the Spencer ranch
m. on the second and fourth Fridays of found in the mine proved to be a pocket. at Rock creek today, with the view of Captain Jack and Schon-cbin looked up the general’s permission to go, which be ment of me. Scarcely had I finished my
toward the general and other offices be ing sanctioned, the general took the old story when I was told that there was an
each month. M rs . J. D. C rocker , Pres.
Mr. McCall this week exhibited to admir securing some good hay land.
M m . L ydia G riswold , Sec’y.
seechingly. Black Jim was Bullen and chief’s hand, thanked him for bis assist
ing crowds two large nuggets picked up on
.... The best line....
A Chinaman in Scott valley who was apparently unconcerned, while Boston ance, encouraged hitn in his loyalty, and officer outside who wished to see me,
his claim on Pleasant creek, a tributary of catching
rattlesnakes and extracting their Charley looked at the scaffold, then on the following morning Schon-chin left and I was greatly surprised to find Major
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS,
oil for medicine, was bitten by one of the at the crowd, and smiled pleasantly, as for Yainax, satisfied tnat the commission Lee seated there upon his horse. He
GRANITE LODGE.NO. 23, Knights of the quartz and weighed about two pounds. reptiles about two weeks since. A few days
saluted and I returned the salute.
later bis skin became spotted like a leop though he did not realize the fearful could accomplish nothing.
Pythias, Ashland, Oregon, meets every —
“‘Lieutenant McClellan,’ said he,
Friday evening. Visiting Knights in good
ard’s, and be swelled up and died in great
prisoners were placed on the platform, brother your correspondent accompanie’d ‘I fear that in our meeting just now I
A. W. Silsby recently made a trip to agony.
Standing are cordially invited to attend.
Happy Camp, Cal., over the Siskiyous by
F. D. W agner , C. C.
the Waldo trail. He contemplates putting
8. G. E ggers , K. of R & 8.
legs carefully bound. General Wheaton quarters where, taking the general’s
a pack train on the trail. He informs the of land owners in road district No. 15, for having received a commutation of the hand, Schon-chin spoke substantially as I have come to express to you the regret
which, under the circumstances, a gen
Oregon Mining Journal that Happy Camp
tleman should. ’
is a typical mining camp, consisting of five as formerly not half of the assessable prop sentence oi Barnacbo and Slo-lux to im follows:
general merchandise stores, besides the
• Garland Stoves and Ranges
“I assured him that it waa all right,
SISKIYOU CHAPTER, NO. 21, R. A. M.
usual number of saloons, hotels and lodg the cause of good roads.—Klamath Falls communicated to them, and they re die—not the death which the Great and with a salute and a low bow, which
mained under guard at the foot of the Spirit sends quietly to all good men—but
Regular convocations on the Thursday ing houses. Three of the stores are run by
I feelingly returned, be rode away, leav
Chinese. Indeed, the country is full of
J. E. Eldredge, proprietor of the Del scaffold untill after the execution. This the hard death of the broken law.
next after the full moon.
I SAWS, : GUNS,
Chinese—500 or 600 Mr. Silsby estimates Norte Record, died at bis home in Crescent news did not6e9m particularly gratifying
E. V. C arter , H. P.
“We had but one father, but one ing me lost in udmiration of a superior
— who own much of the best placer ground City Friday, June 19th, aged 69 years. to these two men, for to the mind of an mother. There is a fiery pain in my officer who could so promptly and so
E. A. 8 h ebwin , Secretary.
and work the same with the most improved Mr, Eldredge was one of the pioneers of Indian, a transition to the land of the heart, but I know the white man’s law
generously repair an error. ’ ’—Baltimore
hydraulic machinery, in the most approved Del Norte county, living there since 1853,
ASHLAND LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M.
manner. This placer ground the Mongo and making part of the history of the hereafter, is preferable to incarceration is good. He brought this trouble upon Snn.
himself, and I take the white man’s hand
lians got hold of in early days, and they
For the past seventeen years he for life behind the bars of a prison.
A Baby's Lift Saved,
8tated communications on the Thursday have stuck to it like leeches. " The country county.
The gallows occupied the center of a and say it is well. Many, many times
been running the Record.
of or before the full moon.
“My baby had croup and was saved by
is entirely a gravel country and a very
square about two hundred feet in diame have I gone into the Modoc country to
Col. W. H. Taylor, the well-known min ter. Upon the east, south and west talk to him, and try to persuade him to Shiloh’s Cure,” writes Mrs. J. B. Martin, of
K. A. S herwin , W. M.
good one. Money is plentiful; lots of
C. H. V avpel . Secretary.
whiskey is drunk; gambling is a favorite ing operator, was on Monday’s train en sides, troops were drawn up in line, and come and live with me at Yainax. He Huntsville, Ala. For sale by T, K, Bolton.
pastime, and free tights, in which the whole route to 8an Francisco. The distressing on the north were citizens in carriages would not take mv advice. You know
populatiou takes a hand, are of almost accident at Glendale, noted in last issue, to
M ain S treet , O pposite P l / za .
ALPHA CHAPTER NO. 1, O. E. 8.
HE LOVED HIS MASTER.
daily occurrences. For eight months in one of the Victory mine employees from and on foot, and five hundred loyal I have never broken the law, and I tell
Stated meetings on 1st and 3d Tuesdays the year the people are closed in almost premature explosion of dynamite, culmi Klamath and Modoc Indians, Beated in a you again that I never will. I wish to
In each month.
entirely. A messenger carries in the mail nated in the death of Young Andrews, who line in front of the citizens. These In take the children of my brother and bo a Two Storlca cf Sosimo, Robert Louis Ste HA-IJSTTS
M rs . IzM. C aldwell , W. M.
once a week on snowshoes from Waldo, was so fearfully injured, and he was hurried dians moved behind the troops from the father to them. I hope yon will let me venson’s Faithful Samoan Body Servant.
M bs . S. C. C handler . Secretary.
WALL PAPER. Q-LJLSS. ETC.
but ingress and egress can, with consider Sunday.
The other day the cook was away,
garrison, in a column ot twos, with mili have them, that I may take them to my
abledifficulty, be had in the direction o
Call on J. P. Dodge for door and tary precision, and taking the place as home bt Yainax, and take good care of and Louis, who was busy writing, took
uilding P apers , W rapping P apers and T wines . ARTISTS’ MATERIALS.
signed to them in the line maintained, them. I will teach them that the white his meals in his room. Knowing there
I. O. O. F.
was no one to cook his lunch, ho told
Miss Elsie Miller, who was one of the during the whole time of the execution, man’s law is good.”
ASHLAND LODGE, NO. 45.
General Wheaton assured Schon-chin Sosimo to bring him some bread and
Ashland corps of teachers during the past the best order and decorum.
Hold regular meetings every Thur9oav
Brevet Major General Frank Wheaton, that he would represent the matter to the
Some gossip in Cassell’s Magazine year, left for Minnesota by Monday’s train.
evening at their hall in Ashland. Brethren tells what are the hobbies or ainusemeut She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Capt. Hasbrouck, Capt. Kingsbury, PoBt bead of his department, and ask that the cheese. To hi3 surprise, ho was served
in good standing are cordially invited to
Powell. They will visit friends there and Adjutant, Capt. AndersoD, (late Aid to four children be placed in his care. He with an excellent meal—on omelet, a
of some of England’s great men. Mr. go
F. M. D rake , N. G.
thence to Idaho Falls where Miss Miller
good salad and perfect coffee.
H. 8. E vans , Sec’y, P. 0. box 102.
Balfour indulges in golf, bicycles and has accepted a position as teacher at a General Canby ),U- S- Assistant Surgeon said to Schon-chin that he had long
“Who pcoked this?” asked Louis, in
here. A position, standing twenty paces in front
philosophy, and he once played Ham larger salary than she received here,
let ; Lord Salisbury studies silence and number of friends were at the depot to see of the scaffold. The reporters occupied them for him. The old chief then hade
PILOT rock encampment , no . 16.
“I did,” Eaid Sosimo.
the ladies oh.
tion of u famous French physician, will quickly cure you ni a!l ner
Meets in Odd Fellows’s Hall every 2d and tries experiments with a test tube; Mr.
a stand a little nearer, and Colonel the general goed-bye, and accompanied
“Well,” said Louis, “great is your
or 4is. uses of the gem rauve unnum, sucu as Lou JI ih I m «}
? ~ - n yous
4th Monday in each month. Members in Chamberlain raises orchids; Mr. Glad
Insomnia, fains in the Buck, Seminal Emissions, Nervous DebUlty
1 nfitnoss to Marry, ExhausUng Drnl.is, Varicocel- wid
rood standing cordially invited to attend.
stone, of course, used to chop trees, and
ecution of the sentence, occupied a place rode homeward.
-/ Constlnution. 11 stops all losses by day or night ProventaL J z.
Sosimo bowed and corrected him—
H. 8. E vans , C. P.
Gen. Lucius Fairchild, who died recently, on the platform with Corporal Ross, the
litss of discharge, which if not checked lends to Kpermutorrbtdi'aiHl
R obt , T aylor , Scribe.
kt BEFORE and AFYEH
the horrors of Impotency. CIlHIBKXEcleauaes the liver, the
was a pioneer of Siskiyou county. He executioner, and two or three assistants. John, chiefs of the renegade band of “Great is my love!”
of rest; Prince Bismarck drinks beer, came
Ji uur vn L »NU sr . Ln kidneys and the urinary organs of *U impurities.
Long ago Louis had a topaz stud that
to Siskiyou in 1854, remaining a s liort
CUPIDEXE strengthens and restores small weak organ».
Behind the scaffold was stationed a Modocs, have suffered the extreme penal
smokes and reads Du Boisgoby; the time in Yreka, and then going to Scott Bar,
The reason sufferers are not cii.-e<l by Bartoni Is heouuse ninety per cent are troubled with
was somewhat difficult to put into his
HOPE REBECCA DEGREE LODGE, NO. 24.
Proalalltla. CUPIDENEis the only known remedy to cure wliliout an operation. 0X0 lesttmo d-
Prince of Wales is fond of bowling; the where he carried on business with the late small guard, having in charge Slo-lux ty of the law, worse men still remain. shirt, so he gave it to me. I laid it away
written guarantee given and money returned If six boxes does not effect a permaueutcur«
The revelations made yesterday by the
Meets on the 2d and 4th Tuesday in eacb Duke of Devonshire, Sir John Millais, J. M. C. Jones, formerly sheriff of Siskiyou
|;4)0 a box, six for $5.00, by mail, Bond for viies : circular and testimonials.
a face as firm and immobile as that of a dying men, more strongly than ever im in my trinket box and was dismayed,
month in Odd Fellows’ Hall, Ashland.
Address HA VOX, MEDICISiE CO., P. O. Box 2076, San Francisco, Cat
Andrew Lang and William Black are ness of the firm, and Fairchild to the Grecian statue, stood Captain Jack’s re plicate Boston Charley, Shagnasty, when I first wanted to wear it, to find
Miss E mma S tephenson , N. G.
FOR SALE BY E. A. SHERWIN.
expert fishermen, while Mr. Tvolo finds butchering department. Fairchild was al lative, bis most reliable and courageous Hocker Jim and Steamboat Frank in the it gone. Sosimo had missed tho stud,
M iss N ina E mery , Secv.
something funny to do or say almost so a warm friend of the late Judge Steele. henchman, Scar-Faced Charley, the man murder of General Canbv and Dr. discovered it in my box and carried it
every hour of the day. Once he sent a
All kinds of razor grinding and repairing who fired the first shot of the Modoc war, Thomas and it is quite evident thatBogus back to Louis’ room. I kept up the fight
A. O. U. W.
package of chocolates to a little boy who at the Gem barber shop, opposite town but who was only concerned (as far as Charley was the prime instigator of the for some time, trying to Eccreto it from
DR. JORDAN & CO.’S
ASHLAND LODGE, NO. 66.
any evidence has been elicited,) in open peace commission murder; that with his
sat in a stage box and was disturbing hall.
Meets in lodge room in Masonic Hall
GREAT MUSEUM OF limit
The Grants Pass Mining Journal is so warfare. This is the man Captain Jack pleasant face and oily tongue he disarm places, but it was invariably found in
every second and fourth Wednesday in him with his astonishingly loud laugh impressed
1051 Market St., ban Francisco
each month. All brethren in good standing ter. The attendant delivered the packot, Josephine county since the late national war Modoc permitted to stand near the picion, and led him and his companions Louis’ room, no matter where I had
.Between 6th and 7th Sts.)
“With Mr. Toole’s compliments, and goldbpg convention at St. Louis that it
are cordially invited to attend.
Go aDd learn how wonderfully yon
M. R. M oore , M. W.
would the young gentleman v. ho laughed inquires: “What has become of all those who have been at liberty, namely, Wil
are made and how to avoid sickness
When he came up from the ship he
On November 29, 1872, Hocker Jim
J. R. C asey . Recorder
and disease. Museum enlarged with
so heartily kindly eat these during the stalwart republicans who so earnestly bat liam, Shag-Nasty, Hocker and Bogus, conceived the hellish scheme of murder put Louis’ valise down on the veranda
thousands of new objects. AJoas-
tled for their principles on the 6th of June were this morning put into the stockade.
ing the settlers of Tule lake, and with and carefully abstracted from his mouth
sion 35 cts.
last? While all the rest of the world is
K. O, T. M.
celebrating the nomination of McKinley As your correspondent marched past the a few followers butchered eighteen of tho precious stud lie had carried there 1051 Market
Street- Diseases of men:
and Hobart, not a flag has been raised, not
GRANITE TENT NO. 4, KNIGHTS OF THE
for safety. I gave up, then, and it is Btricture, loss of manhood, diseases of the skin
a gun fired, not a hurrah heard in Joseph Modoc and Klamath Indians, the cries of Again, be was in the peace commission now Louis’ own.—“Robert Louis Stev and kidneys quickly cured without the use of men Water of any temperature deslreo
eury. Treatment personally or by letter. Mett?
ine county. Is it not about time to ratify ?” sorrow and shrieks of despair that ema massacre, and attempted to take the life
Natural Temperature HO deg's.
Meet in regular review on the second and
enson’s Home Life,” by Isobel Strong, for book.
fourth Thursdays of each month at Odd I VINYARD—OLIVER—At the M. E. par
Emil Peil, the blacksmith, is agent for nated from that enclosure were dreadful of L. S. Dyar, one of the commissioners. in Scribner’s.
TO DRUK THE WATEK IS A THIC
sonage, Lakeview, Oregon, June 21, 1886, Buckeye mowers and farmers implements to hear. The wives, children, brothers These four notoriously bad men deserted
Fellow’s Hall,' Ashland.
Long established and reliable practitioners. Being Sulphuric and Alkaline it eradicates
L. 0, Vinyard ai d Mrs. Clara*®. Oliver, of all kinds. Corner Main street and 1st and sisters of the condemned looked Captain Jack when they saw his cause
Knights cordially invited.
The Beat Cough Cure,
fungi and animalcules, and neutral
Rev. Fysh officiati ng.
G. W. C rowson , Com.
with streaming eyes between the vertical was hopeless, and as scouts assisted in is Shiloh's Cure. A neglected cough is
izing and correcting all acidi
C has . H. G illette , R. K.
Klamath Falls Republican: Mrs. J. D. logs, while the four doomed men sat like hunting up the remainder of the band. dangerous. Stop it at once with 8hiloh’s
ties it promotes a normal and
Fountain has sold her two latest paintings bronze statues upon the scaffold.
In consideration of thiB they have until cure. For sale by T. K. Bolton.
healthful condition in every
of Mount Shasta at Sunset and Annie
part of the system.
In obedience to General Wheaton’s re today been at liberty iu the garrison, but
Cheek Canyon. They will suspend from quest, Capt. O. C. Applegate and Klam they are now in the stockade. This fact
SCOTT—At Lakeview, Ore., Friday, June he walls or the Clift House of the Golden
19, 1896. to the wife of J. W- Scott, a 9 Gate city. Mrs. Fountain has few equals ath Dave Hill went on the scaffold at is significant, and mav possibly presage
* ‘The preacher made a great mistake and is the result of
swimm ; xo rink .
as an artist and her paintings find a ready
salp...... Stephen Curran is in town, it be prisoners, explained to them that the crimes.
matic changes. It
incfo»<4 and covered, the same medics
ing his first visit for several months. Mr. orders of the Great Father in Washing
The war department has ordered the
be cured bv a
“Well, he appointed a bill collector can
water, always clean, for the springs run a
Curran has quit the employ of the Lake ton would now be read to them ; that as removal of the lately hostile Modoos to
view-Ager stage company, with whom' he these orders had been explained to them Fort D. A. Russell, in the Territory of to go round with the plate, and bless which is applied di
heavy volume— more than twelve hun
has been employed for four or five years. yesterday they would not agai n be inter Wyoming, and if no contrary orders are rue if every man in the c-ungregation rectly into the nos
dred gallons per hour.
.......H. H. Bleecher, of Jacksonville, ar preted. Schon-chin John then said: received they will probably be en route didn’t ask him to call again on. the trils.
You may dive and swim and have more
rived this week and went on to Sprague
All work entrusted to my care done
fun than “anybody"—come out as “fine
river to look after his interests in that
with dispatch, and on terms to suit
as silk” and “white as wool”—rejuven
section...... Miss Emma Nail arrived this good. 1 do not wish to die.” And after
the times. See the undersigned be
ated and happy.
week from Josephine county and will visit Mr. Applegate had descended the stairs
fore letting contracts and save
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Opens and cleans the Nasal Passages,
during the summer with her sister, Mrs. and stood behind the scaffold with Dave
Located on the
Allays Pain and Inftaniation, Heals ;he
“Save My Child!”
The best salve in the world for Cuts
Geo, T. Baldwin.
Hill and Scare-Face Charley, Schon-chin
Oak Street, Ashland.
Sores, Protects the Membrane flow Colds,
turned bis head toward biin and said: Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
the cry of Restores the Senses of 'J’aue and Smell. HELMAN LAND, HALF A M1L1
Bird Hunters In Ceylon.
“Boston Charley says he wants me to Corns, and all 8km Eruptions, and posi
Bairn is quickly ahsorbed and gives
many an' The
NORTH OF THE PLAZA.
relief at once. Price 5Q cents by Druggists
A more disagreeable object than a live because my heart is good. There are tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is
scorpion cf Ceylon it would be difficult
ELY BROTHERS,56 Warren St., N. Y
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box,
to imagine. Although, as a rule, it does of them die for me. Let Scare-Face For sale bv E. A. Sherwin
§ 5 Dealer in $ $
not measure more than seven inches in
The prisoners then all seemed more
length, there is a species found in the calm than Schon-cbin. Boston Charlev
Job work a specialty—“Record" office.
woods that are longer than a foot They maintained bis air of perfect self-posses
crawl out of some dried wood, and tak sion. Black Jim was still, but lookec
writhes in croup or whoop
List of Letters
ing up )heir position on a convenient dark and sullen, and Captain Jack was
Remaining uncalled in the Ashland P.
ing cough. In such cases,
Almost everybody takes some laxative
JOHN K. PELTON,
B. P. KIIL.
much more firm than we anticipated,
medicine to cleanse the system and keep the rock or stone, looking, as they hold judging from the effect the announce O., for June 29, 1896:
pure. Those who take SIMMONS their great jointed sting cursed over ment of bis doom had yesterday, But Machiq, R
and Copings. biood
LIVER REGULATOR (liquid or powder) their backs and their claws held aloft, Schon-chin John was nervous and un
edy proves a blessing and
Persons calling for same will please say
get all tiie benefits of a mild and pleasant the very picture of aggressive warfare. easy and seemed to hope up to bis last
a godsend. Mrs. M. A.
Also agents for IRON FENCES.
W. H. B runk , P. M.
Here they stretch themselves in the moment on earth that something would •‘advertised.”
laxative and tonic that purifies the blood
Satisfaction guaranteed and strengthens the whole system. ' And broiling sun and await their prey.
Burke, of 309 E. 105th St.,
—Retail and Wholesale dealers in—
occur to save him.
more than this: BlMMONS LIVER REGU-' These are the email, beautiful honey
Captain Kingsbury then read the
P. 0. Address: YREKA, Siskiyou Co.. LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active birds that dart from flower to flower charges, specifications, findings, decis
DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
and healthy, and when the Liver is in
Acker’s English Remedy
ions and orders in the case, which occu
The intense itching and smarting inci
good condition you find yourself free fron^
cured my baby of byonchi-,
Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick- of the cajit
As one approaches the scorpion seems : standing about thirty paces ia front ol diseases of the skin is instantly allayed by
Headache and Constipation, and rid ot
tis, and also gave instant
the gallows, offered a short but impress- applying Chamberlain’s Eye and Skin
Residence Lots for sale In
that worn out and debilitated feeling. to shrink into the stone until it becomes
relief in a severe case of
Suddenly the , ive prayer.' Then Colonel Hogqe took permanently cured by it. It is equally
These are all caused by a sluggish Liver. almost imperceptibla
Pokegama, on reasonable
the hands of the four doomed men, biddr
Good digestion and freedom from stomach great insect will raiso its claws and
them good-bye. Only one of them, efficient for itching piles and a favorite rem
terms. Lots sold on the in
All Kinds of Fresh Meats
troubles will only be had when the liver j dart aii
ivs> beautiful victim,
_____ _ which
3 sizes, 25c.; 50c.; $1. All brngrists.
in a ' Boston Charley, looked up pleasantly edy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chil
is properly at work. If troubled w*|h any monient ¡g destroyed.—Strand Maga-
and raised bis hand a little to meet that blains, frost bites, and chronic sore eyes.
of ttese complaints, try SIMMONS L iver 1 zine.
Kept constantly on hand, Fair living
of the officer. The ropes were then For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box.
lso 2,000 acres of choice
REGULATOR. The King of Liver Medi
Sugar and Yellow Pine Land for sale
cines, and Bettef lh*n nils.
prices is all that we ask.
Try Dr. Cady’s Condition Powders, they
on the Klamath River. Terms made to
_ Itivcly cured. 23 yeart’
adjusted—during all which time the
suit on application. Address,
__ . Treatment
^- every pachawg ^
prisoners were Bilent—and at exactly are just what a horse needs when in bad condi by mail »ucces«f
or at Vice. Terms low. Question
H rs the Z Stamp in red on wrapp«M.-.
»bow Royal Baking Powder 10*15 a. m. the drop fell with a heavy tion. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. Beoklm. (MLvrwriU. DR WARD INSTITUTE,«, We will make it to your interest to
Siskiyou Co., Cal.
j J. H. Zeilia & Co., FhUa., P» f
VOB SALB BY ALL DBUGGIBT8.
Werioe to all other* /
F. M. Stephenson,
CÔÜiFÏ PATENT Ï FLOUR s
VIRGIN & CO.. PROP’S.
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H. C. MYER
' HARDWARE and TINWARE |
I I MINERS’ SUPPLIES I
H. S. EVANS,
White Sulphur Springs
Contracting & Building
COLD 'A HEAD
J. B. RUSSELL.
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
PELTON & NEIL, Prop’s
Beef, Pork and Mutton.