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ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OHE&ON, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1901.
sawssstwssssss ■'r r’mr-
| Dissolution of
¡gsJn order to reduce stock.
Mr. Franklin Davidson wishing to retire from the
firm we must reduce our immense Spring Stock of
Goods at once and have Reduced Prices all along the
line in the
CAPTAIN OF CO B.
The Steam Feather Renovator is com« W. C. Grabbe, the Philippine War
Vetern Elected to Succeed Thorn
Mark Miner of Yreka visited Ashland
A business meeting of Co. “B” was
Holmes Bros, have fresh fieh Tuesdays held Saturday evening, at the Armory,
for the purpose of electing a captain to
Ed. Faucett has been appointed post fill the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of Capt. J. E. Thornton. Wm. C.
master of Watkins.
Grubbe, receiving the unanimous vote,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hosier visited wae duly elected captain of Co. “B”
Medford relatives Sunday.
4th Regt. Infty., O. N. G. and w ill take
Miss Hattie Eaton opened the Foots command as soon as he receives his
commission from headquarters.
creek district school Monday.
For * District Fair.
Medford, April 27.—At the meeting
held today for the purpose of electing
officers of the Jackson County Agricul
tural Sacitty, E. D. Foudray, of Pheonix,
was chosen president; W. T. York, of
Medford, secretary, and Garl T. Jones,
tnasutsr. W. H. Norcross was elected
to represent the society on the district
bo.tr i of the First S nitbern Oregon Dis
trict Society. The district board is com
posed of five members, three of whom
are appointed by the Governor, and one-
each elected by the local society of Jack-
son and Josephine. It is the purpose to
hold a strictly agricultural, mineral and
stock exhibit this fall, alo&g with good
horse races. It is understood that the
fair will be held a sufficient time in
advance to enable the best exhibits to be
shipped to tbs state fair. An nnasu d
effort will be pnt forth this year to make
the fair a success.
THE MODOC WAR.
A Writer Points Out the Features
Modoc Warriors' Expeiience With
the Pale Faces and Concludes That
Treachery Is the White Man a Tre
rosatlve—Not tbe Last or the Mo
On the principle that “the best is the cheapest.”
Every picture that leaves my studio is guaranteed
to be perfect and permanent. Knowing this my
Years ago there were many Modocs.
customers are a satisfied and happy crowd. My
They lived in Southern Oregon and
Northern California, along the banks of
prices are low for fine up-to-date work.
Sprague river and Klatnath lake. The
whites invaded the country without an
attempt at treaty. A frontiersman
named Ben Wright lost a friend or two
in a skirmish witit the Indians. lie
At the Old Reliable Gallery. Opposite Hotel Oregon
plotted revenge. At first he formed a
wagon tfain ami into eaclt covered zo
hide he loaded armed nten. The train
had tbe appearance of a i>eaee:ul set
tlers’ caravail. The wagons were driven
into the Modocs’ country. The warriors
came to the’ hills, looked at the train
and did not attaca. The ruse failed.
Then Ben Wright put on the garb of a I
peaceful trader, aud sending out some
runners induced men, women and chil
dren of the Modoc tribe to meet him at
Stonide Floor Paint, - -
National Wagon Paint,
the base of some hills, there to exchange
pelts for some covered gew gaws. The
Continental Household Paint, and ÇEMENTICO. •
Modocs came unarmed. They squatted ‘
in a group in front of the supposed
Suddenly the hillside was
aflame. The rilles of more than 100 con
FRUIT BOXES AND MILL WORK
cealed men opened on the defenseless
Modocs. They broke and fled, but left
IMP )JII I
scores of dead and wounded behind.
The whiles saw to it that the wounded
speedily joined the ranks of the dead.
Capt. Jack as a boy was present at this
massacre. Years afterwards when stand
ing in the shadow of the gallows, upon
which he was hanged, lie ironicady
asked the hangman for a list of the pale
faces who hail been convicted and
hanged for the killing of the M<xlocs.
It was some satisfaction, doub les?, to
this Modoc warrior to hear that not
long before Ben Wright had be-n lured
from his cabin and killed at the door II is arrived, comprisse Cheap,
step by the son of one of the victims of Medium and High
and Best Variety
Also heavy Oil Oonqn - Cloth of different widths, front which" is make Or,,on
I Make Pictures
F. L. CAMPS
W. J. Virgin was in Siskiyou county
DURPHY BOUND OVER.
towns last week on flour business.
The Jessie Shirley troupe were on Sun The Fortner Jackson County Min
day’« train for Yreka from their tour in
ing Promoter Must Answer the
Charge of Being a Polygam.st.
J. M. Osborn of Corvallis is living
Bradley Francis Durphy, formerly a
with his daughter, Mrs. J. J. Houck, at Jackson county mining promotor, and
'^wwwrCall and See Our Special Bargains,
Three Banks for Grants Pass.
who has been ill the eourts at Eureka,
Marion Hodges and family of Sams Cal., several times charged with offenses
The Grants Pass Banking & Trust Co.
Valley have moved to Crescent City for growing out of having had loo many with a capital stock of 50,000 dollars
wives, was brought to Portland eeveral commenced business in that place last
his wife’s health.
weeks ago to answer the charge of be
Mrs. Geo. Engwicht and Miss Lucy ing a polygamist. His deftnse was of a week. Heretofore Grants Pass has had
Crowe returned Sunday from a visit technical character and on Friday Judge only one bank, the First National. II.
A. Booth, and J. T. Tuffs, the heaviest
with Edgewood relatives.
Cameron held him to appear before the stockholders in the First National, and
F. D. Wagner re’timed Sunday from circuit eourt of Multnomah county to Sheriff Lister have filed articles incor
N1NINGER BLOCK— NEAR DEPOT — ASHLAND, OR.
his vacation spent at Portland, Salem answer the charge. He was released on porating the Josephine County Bank,
and other northern points.
$1000 bail. Durphy is now the right with a capital stock of $25,000. They
Mrs. R. J. Ward of Columbia river, hand man of A. B. Hammond the rail had contemplated the starting of this
arrived Saturday to visit iter folks at road builder, who is now operating in bank when the people organizing the
timber lands and building railroads in Banking & Trust Co. got the news and
Steinman, L. W. Moore and family.
Humboldt county. Durphy made an anticipated the second bank in the town
A Naaty Piece of Business.
Geo. W. Kearns has sold his hotel enemy out of a former partner who has with one of their own. Messrs Tuffs
A few weeks ago James G. Clark a well-
The Ashland mine is yielding more ore ,at Wolf Creek to Hugh McKenzie and been backing up these prosecutions by and Booth are going right ahead and
known pioneer of Douglas countv was now than ever before. The mill is crush with his family will leave the country.
one of the wives. The detectives who will have their private bank ready for
committed to the state insane asylum. Six ing about 25 tons of ore per day, and a
Brown & Sons have sold their stock of works up the case against Durphy put business before fall. This will make
or seven year» ago he deeded his farm,
the banking business lively at the Pass.
situated near Kiddles and worth $3500 or great deal of it is worth $100. The mil dtugs at Eagle Point to John Williscroft the story as follows:
Twenty five years ago B. F. Durphy The seat of opposition lies in the division
more, toone, H. J. Wilson, in consideration ling plant is well equipped and is sup who has opened a drug store at that
and Sadie S. Bosworth were married in of the town into two sides.
that Wilson would take care of him the plied with both water and steam power. place.
Massachusetts. After a few years of
rest of his days. It seems that Wihon It is supplied with one Union and three
A. II. Brown of the Ashland Mercan questionable bliss, Mrs. Durphy left
soon got tired of taking care of the old man, Johnson concentrators. A full crew is
No Loss of Time.
tile Co. left Sunday for Drain, Douglas her husband ; and he scurried about the
as Wilson remarked to a party that the old employed at the mine.
fellow might hold out for several years yet
countv, to look after his timber land country from one conquest to another,
I have sold ChamberlHin’s C-li.-,
and he thought best to get rid of him, and
The bond on the Republic, located on interests.
both in business and society, for a con Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy foryears,
endeavored to persuade the County Physi- Griffin creek, has been extended. The
Prof. John S. Diller will spend the siderable period, until in 1887, he met and wonld rather be out of coffee a> d
. cian to recommend that be be sent to the I mine is own’d by Pennington, and Gar
asylum, but the County Physician refused rett, Williams and Bnrriss are develop summer in southern Oregon to continue the woman in Chicago who became Mrs. sugar than it. I sold five bot 1 s of it
to do this and told him that a man of his
geological reconnoisance in the Crater Durphy No. 2 and who is now prosecut yesterday to threshers that could go no
age (94 years) might be expected to be ing it. Work has been resumed on it, lake section.
ing him for having another wife at the farther, and thev are at work again this
somewhat feeble in mind and body, and aud the cross cut tunnel is in 170 feet.
same time of his marriage with her. giorning.—H. R. P helps , Ply mouth,
Miss Marie Tongue of Hillsboro, daugh r However, she came to Portland with Oklahoma. As will be seen by t e above
that he had best to take care of him.
The government asked the Mtxjops Q Odd H u ’ ait i Wide Shades in culors to match stock goods. Our stock of
Gold Hill News: Fred Burke was in
Wilson at last got the Coroner and an
ter cf the congressman, has been visit« Durphy eleven years ago, and it was the threshers were able to keep on with
other doctor to examine Clark and the from Wards creek Sunday and reports ing her sister, Mrs. A. E, Reames, at during their residence here that wife No. their work without losing a sinile day’s leave their ancestral ltqtpe and take res Portieres und Lice Curtail a is complete.
idence on tlie Klamath reservation.
The ore is so valu
County Coart committed him to the asy his find a bonanza.
sec us when in need of Carpets, Rugs.
2 discovered the existance of wife No, 1, time. Ycq should keep a bottle ot this Thouglt the influence of Supt. A. 1> .Mfirn
lum. He was sent to the asylum in order able that only one of the partners comes
that Wilson might be spared further ex to town at a time leaving the other to
John Hunter, who came to Ashland
Prices according to Quality,
pense and get a bigger bargain for the trade guard the property. Many pans of de w’th his family about a year ago from riage, according to her testimony for the druggists.
No soouer were the Modocs sc tied on
be tuade. The Native Sons have taken composed dirt at a depth of 12 to 15 feet Franklin, Penn., has had his pension state on Wednesday, when she saw an
the land then the Klamath In lians be
But Alyraya Low
Mammoth Canal PcJ.-ct.
the matter up and are thinking of starting produces from $1.50 to $3 per pan. The increased to $30 per month.
gan to molest tjiem. They were moved
item in a paper which stated that the
jail to recover tbe farm and have a guard vein is growing wider and better with
defendant was getting a divorce from
Tne Fish Like Irrigation Comp tny has to another part of the reservation.
ian appointed to take care of Clark the
C. E. Smith, landlord ot the Layton Sadie Dnrphy.
the construction of r.i-* mam There the Klamaths attacke«! again and
rest of bi’ days in a manner that a pioneer
Hotel at Grants Pass, visited Ashland
an interview with her in Chicago, at her mo(h c.tntri which will convev the waters the local agent refused to issue food.
And man of bis character deserves.
He formerly condnctel the mother’s home.
The development of quart z proapeita Sunday,
He told her that his I of Little Butte creek to the Rogu ? River The Modocs were starving, and without
[Mr. Willson in the Roseburg Review in the upper Big Applegate district is Carter creek springs near Steinman.
daughter, Mildred, aged 24, was annoy- i Valiev, save a Medford dispatch. A large notice, between suns, they took up tbe
replies at lengih in regard to the matter likely to assume more impor'ance this
Call at D. B. Grant’s hardware store ing nim, and that he got « djvqroe to
of tqcn haye been employed the march back to the Sprague river country.
and makes quite a plaueible defence of season than in former years. Tbere are and get Aitken to figure on your plumb stop her.
He said the daughter had piUt month in clearing the right-of-wav. There Meacham sought them dut again.
liis conduct, among other things show
been in Portland three years hounding Grading will bmin
b-gin about the first of May,
May. He was authorised, lie thought, as a
ing that the value of the property was neighborhood of Ruch, and II. S. Reed,
the life out of him, and that he had been A portion of the grading outfl' has al last reeo’t, to give litem permission to
who has done a large amount of work io
very much exaggerated.]
trying to get money to buy her off.
stay where they were. The Indians ac
that locality, has gotten out some high lumber business at Baker City and Mrs Ryan-Durphy said she asked him ready gone to the head of th<* il.tch near cepted this permission gladly a;:d prom
Yodcannot enjoy perfect health, rosy grade gold ore.
Further up in the Sumpter, has been paying his family in if he knew before that he had a daugh W. C. Dailey’s ranch on Little Butt* ised peace with undoubted sincerity.
etieeke and sparkling eves if your liver m Thompson Creek country, Hoffman & Ashland a visit and left for Baker City ter, and he replied “no.” “Then how creek, where the work will begin. This Within a month the governme t ordered
outfit, consists of two Austin road graders,
sluggish and your bowels clogged. De Witts Cool obtained about $600 from some ten Sunday.
do you know she is your daughter?” she four 10-horse plowsand24slush scrap?™, tltiir forcible removal. Soldiers eut-
Little Early Ewers cleanse the whole sys tons of ore milled. Thia ore was taken
Claud Hockett, who has been with the asked. “They say so, and I eujqtose «he
prised them and killed five of ti e band.
tem. They never gripe.—M c N aib B bos .
from a new vein or shoot on wbat baa Booth-Kelly Lumber Co. at San Fran is,” said Durphy. He then exhibited the a blacksmith shop complete, and a wagon The Modocs retaliated later g:.d then
Crawford Gaddis, former county judge been known as the Archer ledge. There cisco, was transferred to Grants Pass Sat divorce papers, but the woman paid no load of drill steel hammers. M >re of ti e took to th« Igva by Is, where Die' First
outfit is still in the depot h ie, Fifty
and eottuty treasurer of Douglas county, is some good ground in this section for urday ant] his bride will soon join him attention to then), believing that bit was teams, and as many laborers, will te caydlry tfas «ent to dislodge them.
a pioneer and for 56 years a member of quartz exploration. The veins are com at the Pass.
attempting some scheme. Mildrqd and constantly employed until winter Sets in, Titrough Eastern efforts a peace com-
' the I. O. O F, lodge, died at Roseburg monly small, but if one is found to carry
Ed. Booth, who was raised in this Mrs. Byan-Qurphy met in 8&n Franc>s- as ttie company intends to complete the mission was appointed. Its members
Friday. Mr. Gaddis resided in this gold at all it is generally found to be rich.
co. The wit ness suspected that her hus-
were General E. R. S. Canl v, A. B
county for a time in the early days and In past veare attention has been given county, died at Reno, Nev., April 23d. Dand was paying attention to other ditch, so as te place water in the valley Meacham and clergyman named Thomas. .
on or .before April 15, 1902.
served in the Indian wars.
___ almost wholly to placer mining and work His mother, Mrs. Stephen B<x>tli, is a women and remonstrated but he in
The main ditch will be aboul 40 miles These men were lured tan avmfer^hce'
on quartz properties has been very lim pioneer of this county and lives at formed her that she was mistaken. Re
leogtn, with a carrying capacity of with Jack and sever«! 6f Kis warriors in
turning home after several montli’e ab 10,000 miner's inches of water.
It will April, 1873. Tlie three white men were
Spying Street, Ashland, Ore.
Milton Weisman and fan)i)y of Man; sence in California, Durphy asked his be IQ fegt wide at the bottom aod' from killed. Four months later the In lians
Gitarle« Hoertt located a water right from hatton, Kansas, arrived in Ashl md Sat wife to c|ean' his sujt of clothes. • Whbri 20 to 30 feel at the top, with an average fought the whites from the stronghold of
NEELEY—In Ashland, April 27, ¡901, south
fork of Little Butte creek April 15, urday and after visiting Wm. Jeffrey she did so she found a number of hairs
to Mr. and Mrs L. Neeley, a eon.
■leptb of four feet, but owing to the con the lava Iteds. Finally they were over
Then she went to the dition of the ground in «.¡me places, the come, and Captain Jack, Scom-hin ami
J H \fadrone et al located a quartz claim ami family went to Central Point where on the clothes.
HARVEY—In Talent, April 22, 1901, to
they have located.
steamer and elicited tlie info mation ditch will for short distances be as d.ep Bhck Jim werp hanged. Il taught g
¿r. aud Mrs. James Harvey, a daugh in nails creejf district February 25,1901.
J E Rhoten looated a quart? claim in
About 7500 miner’s inches lesson to the ti-U.C that treachery wgs a
Clarence W. Avers, formerly a con- that Durphy and a woman passing as his as 14 .eet.
j j branches
Galls creek district February 25.190i.
\yater white maiilfi prerogative,
trai tor and builder of Ashland, was on wife had traveled together. Afterward« will ba carried t^e fjrsf seas, p
Nelson Herbert ioc.ated a quart« c'aini in Sunday’s train bound for Portland and a letter came to Ijurpliy. wlpch wae |S use’d.
STRICELI'»—At Eagle Point, April 20, Blackwell
district March 24,1901
signed “Your Darling Dolly,” «nJ was
In Err log hut in the Indian Territory
J901, to Mr. ajjd Mre. Al. Stricklin, a
John It (i;bson locat-d a quar z claim in the north se'ling oil stock. He is opera couched in very affectionate language,
the PiimesB Mary still wears th- mourn
Davenport district March 22. 1901
This provoked a storm in the Durphy
ing emblem? cf her tribe in memory of
Ed Ferguson located a quartz claim in
The lady would be hard to please who home.
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her chieftain brother. There n-e n w
Davenport district March 22.1901.
When Mrs. Durphy was directed by
LgNoe etal located a quartz claim in cannot find something to h r taste
only fifty of tbe Movlocs left. Princes«
among the varied lines of dress goods her husband to go and see his lawyers,
Pooh week district April 1, 1901.
Mary, a sister of the Modoc ch ef, Cap
“I used to tain Jack, who was hanged tliiity ve-.rs
M E Mefls boated a placer claim tn s'n novelties at Vaupel, Norris & Drake’s.
she found a contract ready for her signa
if discomfort, no irritation of the in- of sw% of sw’4 sei tp 30. s r 2 w, Feb
Colonel N. B. Knight, father of Miss ture, its terms being that if she would
deal and spit ago for a b t of treachery to the whites.
not again open his mail or make inquir
L "' iwb - but gentle, prompt, tlunvugh I ruary 10,1901.
blood, and Time must have softened tbe animosities
Thomas Dungey et «1 located a
bealtu'<uJ cleansing, when you tak*
my neighbors in the heart of this Indian maid and 1
Duke oj ijf.nchester for breach of ies after him he would give her $10,000.
claim in foot» creek district Apr1 9. 1J0L
She refused to sign the papers, but urged
in Dayton, have dulled the keenness qf resentipent
Main 84. Opp. l.O. O. F. Hall,
Wnt Swart^fqger located a water right til ’'romise, expeds to go to England soon him to Hye up to tbe contract then exist
.Obit, where for i.'ppospd injuries wblch wonji make
I to look »t'Ur hia daughter's
in | I ..
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i Steamboat district.
■ I Jive, eatd a black chapter tor another ,,Cehtury of FAIISITS, PAINTERS’ TOOLS,
'-’onfli Kniaht Ing betwéen
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- s» •
I the pending litigation. vC._n<'
r Among tlieln- pfehonor.” Captain Jack was treach
" 1 , I Mrs.
r'—> - declared
J—>---- • that Dnrphy
Sold bv all drug-"**8*3’ ®
'selves that I
haebeen practicing law at Baker City.
WTLXdZu PAPER, G-LJLSS. ETO.
did not provide tor uer, treatiugher gen
had c o n- erous and he suffered therefor. He was
Estate of Elizabeth M Leever. Order
Grants Pass Observer, April 27: Miss erally very shabbily.
hvivn«<. P apirs , WBAPPtwG P apbbs abd T wibbs , ARTISTS' MAT1RIAL8.
made tor citation to heirs, to show cause Nellie DePeatt arrive 1 from Portland
though they by the whites, ami the rpvpnge that he
Jn purplty’8 petition for a divorce
why cerlaia real estate should not be Thursday evening to accept a position from Mrs. Ryan-uurphy, filed in Aatariq
did not fel] took wae light when eom pared to the
s >11. Semi-annpaj aasojjnt approved.
as saleslady in the ice cream and con four years ago, only ten days after' filing
irie eo <a my white man's orirres w‘h ch it was in
face, for fear tended to Offset. No attempt was ever
Estate of J J Dmahije. J J O’Neil fectionery department of the Grants Pass a petition for divorce from Mrs. Bost-
t»f making me
appointed administrator, and P Q Whit Billiard Parlor.
Miss DePeatt’s many worth-Durphy at Salem, he alleged that
deeponuent. made to punish white men who through
ney, Geo White and J A Mc(3all ap- friepds are glad to welcome her to the his wife charged him with the crime of
I kept on treachery had slain 300, while the In
adultery with Miss Mary Baty of Port
coughing and dians slew but three.
El va and Belle Freeland,
Ben Netherlands, who lias been y¡sit land, aqd that, with other domestic
aqt uagt of. tflt >$od.,u4.
Stove«, range«, graniteware and tin m’norg Chfier made to show cause why ing his folks, S. G. Netherlands, and troubles, rendered |i|e with her h!lrcl6q-
pccasiquajly we see items going the
ware, furniture, bedroom «uites, bed petition of U'. », Fidelity and Guaranty family at Talent, left Saturday for San some beyond endurance,
steads, spring mattresses, carpets, and Co. tor withdrawM a* ?uretv for guardian Francisco. He is employed by the North
Durphy was arrested in California, nothing seemed to read) my trouble until I round« of the papers such aa “The Last
got hold of a bottle of Acker’s English
matting. Agent for John Deere buggies, should not be granted.
American Co. and will start for Dutch where, it is said, lie has a third wife, and Remedy. I prayed for health ull the time, of the Modoc«.” They appear it’d t-> un
91 Fir»t Street, Portland, Ore.
Estate of Jas Gaine«. Sea^nnual Harbor, Alaska, in a few weeks. James brought here for trial, but his attorneys
derstand that the Modocs ban’s ted to th»
wagons and implements.
and my prayers were answered as soon
Indian Territory Were but a £:n ill p .r-
of Talent will go with him to have so far offered no testimony in be 7»
as 1 r uegail
lxhs cuivuratuu xaig-
Everything, Both Keiv and
Estate of J B Wait. Order made for (Janin
half of the defendant.
work for tlje eame company.
lisli expectorant and tonic. Since my re tion of the tribe. These Ini’jpt« yyere Importers and Dealers in
sale of personal property.
covery I have told hundreds of sufferers merely a small b^nt] n( (fene. lee IbeI
Bicycles $20 at Hookerg.
Estate of W L Colvig. Semi-annual
frprn pougjts, colds and lveaK UlDES that jeft the reservation and refused to recog
TO CUBE A COL» »N QNE RAY
Htores: Main St., and 4th St., near Depot reoorl approved.
Acker s English Remedy would cure them. nise the”’ legitimate tribal chief. Toe
Mrs. E. B. Hunsaker and daughter, Take LAxitive’ B?6mo
I mo Quinine Tablets,
Estate of Lewis Ress. Final «tatement Mise Carrie Hunsaker, visited old friends A'l druggists refund the money if it 'Mils to Borne of th^m won’t try it, and it does main portion of tbe tribe are still on the
seem to me terrible when anyone deliber
of adminietrat« approved and adminie- and neighbors in Ashland from Thursday cure. -
signature is on each ately refuses to be cured. There ought to Klamath reservation and are ratiidlv be
to Sundav, after an absence of many box. 25c.
be a law compelling consumptives to take coming civilized.—Aburas Plaiudealer.
Estate of J N Yeung, » umv
They were cordially greeted
it. Even if they don't care for their own
lives, the public’s welfare should be consid
“Grand Old Men.”
Docs It Pay To Buy Cheap,
Mr. Ht»n««J er is engaged in the mining
Don’t you think so too? I hope
Estate of Chas Williams. Sime.
and real estate bnuusW iu 8.51» Francisco
The Oregonian is printing pictures and ered.
A cheap remedy for cough’ an 1 colds
such a law will soon be enforced.”
Estate of John Cromar. Same.
andMis. H. and Miss Carrie we»«
Estimates given on Electrical Plants, Electric House
Bfcetolj.eg of the oldest men in the several
is all right, but you want sonnethjpg [hat
(Signed) M bs . R iciiabdbon .
route to Eugene to visit relative*.
oonhttes ot Oregon, Among th^m is tb^
bold nt 44c., Me. and JI »bottle, tbruugiiout the United
Frank W. Johnson, c|erk in tlie
StAtetan<tCanada t Sn<ltn F.Offlabd. at u. 3d .5». Bd-t anil dangerous results of throat and lung Wiring, and Special Designs furnished
for Fire-Place Fur
Miss May Simpson of Shullsburg, W is., following:
ways Mail Service, is in town fit) busi
is <<t. If you are not satisfied after buylua, return ths
ness connected with his property in
the oldest inhabitant of Lake county,-
warmer ai.d more regular cluuat«-? Yes niture.
Agents for the new COLUMBIAN GRATE.
H'e authorize the above guarantee.
terests here. , Ho is employed on the arrival! in ^.shlan'd Saturday. The ItMlios was born in Virginia, 65 years ago. He
J. W. COX, Proprietor
San Francisco and Ashland route and are sisters ol’Thft9- H .end Frank C. arrived at Jocksonville, Or., in 1860, H'. II. HOOKER i CO., Proprietors, .Vet* York. if p> ssil’le; if not possible f< r you, then
in either case take the only remedy that
resides in San Francisco, where he re Simpson, well known citizens
floming by boat front New York to San
Sold by McNair Bro«.
has been introduced it> all civilised coun
cently built a home.—Redding Search
Francfecb, thence by stage, [n 1864 Mr
tries with spec.88 in sewcre [liroat and
.. Meal For
lung ' trcutfles,’’ “^«cliefcis German
joins her husband who is located here, Jones left Jackson county for Washing«
Those famous ilUle «f'l'.s. DeWitt’s Little
ton Territory. In 1866 he moved to
Syrup.” It not only Leals and'etimn-
Anything yon want cooked
Early Kisers will remove all imparities Iron»
Miss Alice Magilton, who has graduat Idaho. During thia time lie was en-
This great Vegetable
latte the tissu s to destr< y th- germ dis
to order with promptness
your system, cleanse your bowe's, ajake ed from a Portland dental college, was ?;ag d in the freighting business. The
ease, but allays infl immation, causes
Von oi a tamoqs
and dispatch. All Hours.
uhyatdaD. will quickly cur* twj ofaU ntr-
them regular.—M c N air B ros .
here fyiday en route to her home at ollowingye r he loaded his big team
pl tbe generative organ*, inch »» Loot Manhood,
eat-v expectoration, gives a good night’»
usia the Back, Seminal Kmlsal<>a*,Krrvoo« Debility.
l I NAL NOTICE is hereby given to all rest, anil cures the patient. Try on»
The following are the names of the Lakeview.' She yill practice iter pro withgraiu and fellowed the soldiers to
vufimess to Marry, LxhaurUne Pratos, Varicoeala and
CODStreotlön. 11 »tops all losses by day or night Prei-anta qwiek-
go»«« Old Camp Warner, in Warner Valley
Order of Pepdo lodge instituted at Gold fession at Klamath' Palls
thoee knowing themseb es bubbled bottle. Reiommended many years by
_____ nrssof discharge, whichunotcbccjtrdlead« toSpermatorrhoaand
all druggists in the wo>|d. ¿kt Greet.’*
Lake countv, aplving there September
Hill last week tv W. E Mallory: Fast to her homo.
all tho horrors of Impotency. (erlDEXE cleaoMa thellver, the
to tbe undersigned that nnless they set
ano AFTER kldneysandthenrlnkry^laVi.oIaUlmpurlUea.
councilor, Ike Housocojil.er; councilor,
Almanac. X- X. B olt J n . 1
Yreka News: Prof. F. M. Anderson, 15, 1867. In this valley Mr. Jonhs made tle up forthwith, tfieir accounts wiK'ba Erise
CCPIDEJIE strengthens and restore* small w«tt organs.
A L. Vincent; vice councilor, M. E. at one time a member of the High his home, and resided there since, with
The reason sufferers are not cured by ppclors is because ninety per eent are troubled wttb
Froatatftla. CÜPIDENB1* the on|>toowb remedy to cure without Äoperation. tux> testImoat-
Walker; chaplain, Ida Betts; secretary, School faculty of Yreka, but lately work the exception of tlie pat-t few years he turne l over to an attorney for fórceá
Eureka. Cal., April 25.—The City
o:«. A written guarantee give-
ruotiey returned If six boxes do-s not effect u permanent cure.
C K. Fifield ; treasurer, Walter Dungey ; ing for the State Mining Bureau, was in has lived with his family in Lakeview. colleetion.
$ l.X box, six for J5.00. V a tfieU.' 6cnd for raxx circular and testimonial».
Council has passed the franchise asked
Growers aud Importer« of all kinds of
guide, Margarct Chisholm ; ex-physician, town this week. He went flyer to Scott He married Mrs. Ellen Gregory in May,
WAI. MEOICDIE CO., P. Q. Box XT8, Ban Francisco, CaL Jbr Sale try
for by tbe Klamath River Railroad
You can pay at tbe olJ stand.
W. P Chisholm; warden, Chas. House Valley Tuesday.
]869 They have three children.
Company. This is the second franchi«^
Bold at M^N aih B uts .’ Drug Store, Ashland, Or.
B. F. REESER. ftaes d within a tpopth. tho other one 1W-
holder; sentinel, Luther Hstnmersley.
The number of toifna and cities in Or:
Col. Wm. Jennings Martin, died at
ng |o the CalifoYnia <k Northern Com
Sjpk H kadachi absolutely and perma Glendale Friday at tbe home of bis
pany. Tim' Klamath Company hae been
nently cured by using Mokl Tea
A dangh(er, Mrs. F. R. Mille-, aged 87 egon in which the merchants pay cash'
We can name seed for eve-green pasture
for eggs is rapidly increasing. This is a
endeavoring for two years to obtain a
pleasant h*rfc drink. Cures constipation
in your section of the country. _ Why
and indieestion. makes you eat, sleep, years. Col. Martin was an old Oregon material help to the development of the
franchise. The corporation is hea led by
Prospect with untried seed»? With 15
work and happy Satisfaction guaranteed pioneer and the father of the late Mrs. poultry industry.
A. B. Hammond, a well-known financier
year» of personal experience in growing,
oae in each town to ride and exhibit a sample iooi model
or money back. 25cts. and fiflet». M l 'N- vb W. J. Plvmale of Jacksonville. He
of Oregon and Montana. Work on the
itlso with the experience of the Agricul
bicycle of our manufacture. YOU CAN MAKE $10 TO
tural Colley«’ at Moscow and Pullman,
new road will be commence^ immed
9B0 A WEEK besides having a wheel to ride for yourself.
xue.ul>mit the following list of seeds
Mrs. Will Armburst, who has bpen visit mence prune crop. The driers will not,
Peo C. Hickock,Curtiss, Wis.,says; “Fo
,o«il ot a hundred dittcrent kinds tried:
ley’s Kidney Cure has been tested and
as heretofore he geeking prunes, but the
found to be all you claim for it. I have home at Machias. Wash.
Italian Rvr Crass
u wws ioertniis
lieen told tn ’'hitch your
given it to my father and it is the only
L, ' I mw F imm
cure their crop.
wagon to a atar”^=tliat Namm will assist
I*1’. <4 H«* Brass
Flat Sltamcd Blit Crass thing that ever helped him." T. K, B oltom .
you- Thai's all right. Tner« are times,
Frank Mathews, the well-known con
500 Sesand Hand Wheels«« «2 co
however, when you should assist Nature,
gune visited the family of Jol;q Coletpan
taktq M Trade by our Chicago retail stores, apd IV U/O
EUf’SH SEEDS; we are grow
and the spring is one of these times.
8 xxl as new.......................................
Nature is now undertaking to i lea’ se
San Francisco on a visit.
He is in tbe
A. O. Calkins for Nome, Alaska, to en
we «hip any bicycle ON APPROVAL to
•Ltiu and will guarantee
your system—if you take Hood’s Sarsa
railroad service and «he was formerly
anyone without a cent deposit tin advance ana allow
gage in mining.
-di* and price».
parilla the undertaking will ba success-
Mise Mary Coleman.
If yon are «crofulous, dyspeptic, rheu
•qwaj-s and importers of
fol, and v ur complexion height and
Breeder of high class Batred Plymouth clear,
Mr. F. D. Arnold, Arno'd, lai,writes: He
M e are also gi
________ ______ '
Corn. W heat, matic, troubled with kidney complaint,
was troubled with kidney disease about Rocka, S. C. Brown Leghorns, Bronze
no risk in ordering from us, as you do not need to pay
M^utte and all
Loita Crabtree, who made a fortune on
three years. Had to get up several times Turkeys and Scotch Coilje Doss, Wo
i Hood's Sarsaparilla.
a cent if the feieycle does not suit you.
dnring the nigl4 hqt tforge bottlespf Foley's better in the Btate,
E.'ge, 1 set., $1.50; the stage, has agiln returned to this coa-t
? a wheel until you have written for our
Kind.» ot Ft.
Engineer J. J. O’Malley, accompanied
Kidney Cure effected a complete cure, ne 2 set., $3 50.
-e<L for evergreen
factory wiices aud free trial offer .
Belvidere near Sausalito. She Is said to
f«*ls better than he ever di t and recom
Trg our mixed gross »
fcun. , by his wife, left Thursday evening for
never been equaled and is a guarantee of
mends it to his friends. T. K, B oltom .
E- JL- IKR/CTSE,
, 8an Francisco, where he will receive
pasture on dry ground—£>
a relUUe persou in each town to distribute catalogues for us ia
treatment at the railroad hospital. His
Rosebnrg, Oregon. tin
bicycle. Write today for free catalogue and our special offer.
In " the days of f the
part . of . ...
dred, or Jo cent» per pound.
"V, J.S fill - health has improved but little since bis
period, she gave songs and dances in the
every county to represent large company of
For references we cite you to
vh* Agri- return from Ashland three weeks ago —
old Arcade billiard saloon of Yreka, where
solid financial reputation; $936 salary per
m as . Professor of Agriculture at
. soil H. Dunsmuir News.
the Red Meq’s Hall and looker Brothers
year, payable weekly; $3 per day absolute
cultural College at Pullman, Wash
' at tue
store were built some years after the Ar-
ly sure aud all expenses; straight bona fide,
T, Fautes, Professor of Agriculture -ta ho.
We refund 10c for every pagage of Put
cade was burned down, SbC made con
definite salary, no commission; salary paid
Bert Cough bjrtup. T
Idaho State University. Moscow, L_
in time. Sold by
siderable money in Yreka and launched
nam Fadeless Dye that fails to give sat
each Saturday and expense money ad
For prices and further information ada
out on a more extensive scale in ban Fran-
vanced each week. STANDARD ¡¡0U8E,
isfaction. MonroeDrug Co., UaiOQViUet
M. J. SHIELDS & QO.,
ctieo during the Wsruid.—Yreka Journal.
Mo. Sold by M cxak B bos .
Dry Goods, Clothing and
ft P. S.—This Reduction Sale does not in
clude the Grocery Department
R. N. NASON’S PAINT!
Ulm» Veo $ Co.
J. P. Dodge, fc
W. J, VIRGIN & C0.. PROP’S
TRIMBLE & CO
GENERAL * BLACKSMITHING
j¥o Qripte, Pain
Plow Work and Horse-Shoeing a Specialty
Hood 'J PHI»
S, 0. FURREY
EVERYTHING FOR THE
THE JOHN BARRETT CO.
Tile Flooring, Electroliers,
and Incandescent Lamps.
and Chop lluose
Notice to Debtors.
fiiv» Me a Call
M J SHIELDS & CO.
Grass and Field Seeds
RIPER AGENTS WANTED
$10 io $18
'00 &’99 Models .X$7t«$l2
Reliable Poultry Yards
10 DAYS FREE TRIAL.
MEAD CYCLE CO.,
JOBPRINTIN GREOORD OFFICE