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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1879)
; to smuo on - person who, in high bun
1" IK f*4rr V EAK
kin*, a while robe, a mask, and an
Christman (Ciiri-t and m is*) is a festi i*normou* fl»x wig, becoming thel.ug-
Consolidation of IIoDGE, SNELL A CO.,
ini Paper (or Jnrkion, Jovphinr 4 Lnkr. val of the Cnristiau ».diureli, observed benr of children, known a? Knecht Ku
and T. A. DAVLS A CO.,
pert, goes from bou«p Inhouse, is re-
•ceiv«Ml by th-* parents with great pomp
the birth of the Savior. 1 * institution and reverence, call* lor the childr« n,
W IIO L E S A L E D R U G G I S T S,
i* attributed by Hie decretal letters to and bestows the intended gifts up»-n
V meetingof the DenricratieStateCentral Pope Teh spuorus, who died A. D. 138, them according to the character which
92 JL fil FRONT STREET
nmittee is hereby called to meet in the and throughout the ?ub*equent his’ory he hears from the pireiits after severe
< of .'4i*lem on the sth day of January, «>f the church it has been o ie of Hie inquiriis. Christmas bus always been
PORTEAN I >, OREGON
ft. A full atten lance is requested.
j must noted of Caristiau solemnities. I at once a o ligiou-t, domestic, and
: merry-making festival in England;
Jons F. Mft.r.Hu, Chairman.
At flist it was tlie most movable of 'eq »ally f >r every rank,and ever / age.
S a I.EM, Ogn., l»ec. 3, 187».
C utm all Scrofulon* affection» and di»ord»r» rwult-
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND*
i the Chi istian festive d tys, often con- C >e rev« h us-d to begin on Chri-lma* ing from Impurity of tin-blood. It 1» need la*» to IVE
» I a complete stock of
■]>ecil'y all, a, the mitl»r«i can usually periaive their
T he G( >vt rnment i* about to adopt founde<| will> the Epiphany, an 1 cele
Xheum, i'impltt, l lctrl, Tumor»,
Gorht, Swt/linyt, Ac., ar« the moat common, a,
a new peace policy toward the re»i brated by’ the easUun t hurcbes in ihe
day (ill twelfth-n’ght (Jan. 6t ).
In well aa many affection» of the Heart, Head, Livir
men. It i* going •«> glv.* them Schurz months of April nn<l M <y. In the lilt the houses of the not-les a “lord of and Stomach
PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES
with their blankets.
century the urgency of St. Cyril of Je- i -uisrule,” or “abbot of unreason,” was
rpiIE MUSICAL cot USE OF THIS INSTITUTE WILT, OPEN ON THE FIRST OF
1 September and is divided in four quarters, each comprising twenty-four lessons.
rusth-m obtained fro n Pope Julius 1 appointed, whose oiHce was -‘to make
IN' RED.’ RLE as it may Hopear h »me
Wondsrful Cort of Bllndnm.
SCALE OF PRICES •
•n order for an investigation to be the rarest pastime», to delight the
i beholder,’’ niul whose dominion lasted
on? makes the bol«! «lationent that the
made concerning the «lay of Christ’s from “All-In How eve” (Oct. 31), till troubled with Scrofula or Impure Blood iu their
Piano, per term.,
II7.VDOJP GLASS, singing, per term.
Uie wltms-e* eie» 1 the Louisiana
mitivity. Tiiu result of inquiry bv the Can«lt*hi>a* day.
The larder was I have been troubled with Serofuln for the past t«n
Mi lwart politician« a* liars.
which so affected my eye» that I ws» com
the..I igian* of the E »st and the \Ve*t I tilled with capons, hens, turkeys, years,
pletely blind for six months. 1 was rseommeuded
Instructions in Coni| »osing an«! Thorough iiass."'...
try King of the Blood, which has proved a greae
was an agreement up in the 25iii oi geese, ducks, beef, mutton, pork, to
('ailing at private re> xidenee.*, p»-r term <»1 24 l»»-s«»iiH.........
blessing In me, as it has completely cured me, and
MEXICO in upon the “ragged edge”
Pupils arc- received at any period, ami (special attention is paid to those who have but
December. The chief grounds for th«» pies, puddings, r.u's, plums, wuga« 1 cheerfully recommend it to all troubled as I have PAINTER’S STOCK OF EVERY KIND,
The Italians have th«* besu.
of another revolution. The earth will
Ms« 8. WEarHXKLO«, Sardinia, N. Y.
1 deci.ii.ui Were the I »' lrts of the censors following proverb: «-lie has more
For further particulars apply at the Musical Institute.
make 360 revolution* In 1883, hut it
In the archives of R >m«?; and although, : husine s than English ovens at Christ-
behiod Mexico in the business.
in the opinion of so ne of the fathers, , tun«. ” Thu tenants were entertained
LUBRICATING OIKS, ETC. FTC.
PICIiEEB HIBOWIRE STOLE.
j, at the hull; and the lord of the manor
be paid to any Public Hospital to b« mutu
HE bowline Democratic dervhheu th«'Ft» was not authentic proof of tin and his family encouraged every art will
ally agreed upon, for every eortillcate of this mxli-
eme pubiialied by us which >• not genuine.
Setter not bury Mr. Tilden alive, idvnliticution of llm day, yet the decis- j ■ conducive to mirth.
A glowing fire, made <»f gr«-at logs,
he burjt hh cerements at th«*
Odd Fellows' Building, Jackxoinillc, Orrgon,
principal of which was termed Un
.our and break up the funeral.
To »how our faith in the »afety an-l excellence of
celebrated throughout lhn church on yule log, or Christ mas block, which the K. B., upon proper personal application, whex
MRS. J. BILGER
«atiitled that no imposition is intended, we will
h said that 66,940 Democratic the same day’. Il has al-o been a com* might t»e burnt till UHUillema* ev>, «ire the name» of all ita ingrediinte.by affidavit
DEALER & WORKER IN
kept out the severity of the weather; The al»ove offers were nivei made before nr the pro
sditi not go to the polls nt all in mon trail it u»n that Christ w »s I >orn ami the abundance was share«! amid prietor of nny other Family Medicine iu the world
testimonials. further information, and
The inns»?, conjuring, ritMIcs, hot cockle*, full Many
AT THE OLD STAND OF J. BILGER
direction« lor iiMiig will la-found in the pam
York, but voted in 1876 an«i about the iniddle.of the night,
phlet “Treatise on Diaeaees of the Blood,” in
TIN,SHEET IRON,COPPER, LEAD,etc
¡fool plough, snap dragon, jok»**, Hugh
the same in 1880. Comment
which each l-ottle isenclused l'nce $1 per l-ottlecon-
Vuniug 12 ounces, or to to 50 dosee Sold by diu«
of ushering in Curisttuas day by the ter, repartee*, forfeit-, end dunces
’■to. L>. H amsom .S om & Co., Prop’r», Buffalo,N.Y
California St. Jacksonville.
celebration of three masses, one .at mid The generous wassail b wls and bowl«
punch never fad to bring tumuhu
night, the second at early dawn, and
»»us joys. The favotile ami first <lish HUNTERS' EMPORIUM !
man w«»ul«1 not emerge until after elec- the third in the morning, dates from ou Christmas day was a Roused boar’s
tion. When he pulid the string for n the sixth century, l'ae day was con- head, which was borne to the principal
gentle shower-bath he didn’t think he *idered in thu double light of a holy I table with g-eal state and solemnity, ( HARDWARE AND CUTLERY STORE,
I. O. < >. I'.,
was turning on such a Mamed deluge. commemoration and a cheeriui festi- ; ' “upon a s iver pl titer, with minsi.xd-
TIN, SHEET-IRON AND COPPER WARE
a tradition that this
II< H WILL CELEBRATE ITS SEV
val, and was accordingly <li-tingui.shed 1 f
enth anniv< rsury by a gland liall at
O ne evidence of returning prosper by devotion, by vacation from biraj-
\«-it Schutz’ hall on New Year’s night,
Oxford, in commemoration of the val
ity I.* stated in the fact that New York nes*, and by merriment.
During the or of a student, who, while* on a walk
by the rending Aristml“, being sud«lenly al
has imported more specie anti mer
Mrs. MeKniirht, Mrs. J. P. M< l»aniel. Mrs. A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF STOVES
John Miller. Mrs. M. Baum, Mrs.
chandise during the month of October gay, fantastic »p«*ctaele of dra«natit ; tacked by a furious wild b »ar. ramme-i
mysteries and moralities, peiformed the volume into the throat of the ag
J. ilouek am) Me-sis. Aaron
than during any other October in the by pers »Hages in grote-<|ne ma-ks and
Miuciy and K. Kubli.
gressor, crying (ir<r<-nin tst nil he bad
hit tory of the port.
I lour HannsrerH.
singular costumes. The scenery usu fairly choked the beast to death.
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
¡ally repres’-nted an infant in aeradle,
Frank Krause,T. B. Kent andchris. I'lrieli.
The common custom of decking the
/G eneral G rant bat ha iarecep -urrnuridid by th«- Virgin Muy and
PUMPS AND PIPE,
houses and churches at Christina- 4 1AVAYSON H \ND I HE BEST STlM k
• tin- occasion will be furnished POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
tion at Louisville an! replied, ho the St. Joseph, by bulls’ loads, cherubs, with evergreens is detivml frmn an *1 ot Patent and Home-made Ritles and
re Brass and String Band. l ick
shot Guns, single and double; Revolvers oi
«•astern magi, and manifold orna
ing supper which will be pio
telegraph Informs u*, “in substance
latest patents; Pocket Pistols, m-at, small
tile lady members , $2.50. No
ments Tlie custom of singing c inti ciem druid practices. It wasnnold the
Fuse and Caps,
be spared to make this tin-
the lame as pr»-vi«»is utterance».” d ies at Christmas, <i»lle«l enrol-, which belief that sylvan spirits titight 11 ». k to and powerful; Derringers, tlx- latest and
best; also the I«e«t Powder and l’owib r
»all oi the season. Evervbodt
Even the loyal mm at the »tber end I recalled the s >» g of th«- shepherds a’ the evergro- tis, and remain umiipped Flask«; Hunting and Pock-'t Knives of the
l»est bramls; all sort* <»1 Shot and Pouches;
of the wire la getting disgusted at lilt III«* tdrth of Cirri-t, date* from ihe t»y frost till a milder sea-on. The Cap*,
Wadsand everything in the Sports
Wooden and Willow Ware
time when the c<»mrn *n people ceas<*«l
'•lOtony of the thing.
He will also keep a full line ot SHELF
to understand Latin.
The ot-hop« mistletoe furnished the favorite trim-
hardware , n ai 1«, ami r »», >»• <>f a 11 kinds
' and lower clergy often join-*«! will» ’ ming.s, which were not removed till and
size*, Carpenters' and W agon-makers'
'I A H»»N E i»H* Ix-on »
th«« populace in car »ding, ami the Candlemas. Chaplets of these were 'Tools, a complete a-sortm»-nt of 'Table aixl
iiHlor fiqm Virginia, !-ones w« re enliven« d by dances and dso worn about the head, a practice to Pocket Cutlery, together With a lull supply
TRE BEST WOSTENKOLM CU’
h «-Xpir <1.
II * elt-e Í by tlie* music of tambours, guitars, vi- which the ptir.ise to “ki-s under the of Paints, Oils, Varni-hes. Gla-s. etc.
Tlx* above u- >"d~ are it 11 of the I test quali
g » < i ,1 » a t « i r
, Uns and organs.
Fathers, mother«, rose,” to “w bi’per umler the mistle ty and wi 11 !»«- sold
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS
In old churi h CHEAPER THAN TH E I1 E \ PES’T.
V “ L ^¡»
'son*, and daughters, mingled togelhei toe,’’ are illusions.
POWDER AND FDM
in the d mee; if in the night, each calendars Christmas eve is marked:
New guns made to older, and ri-p.iinui:
b'*aring in hi* hand a lighted wax ta Templa r.xornantur (adorn the tem promp'lv done and in good style. All or-
! per. Many collection* have been made pi«**). Holly and ivy still remain in ders liilt-tl with di-patch.J 'UN MILLER.
1 U iiììh I hHirtiLfJil «Í SELT I
• f these naivu medí» vial carols which
filled Ihe hours between the nocturnal
•■! to masses, and which souudiines took the i versifies (he windows of th«* colh-g«
Shot. Bruûhôcv’ Chains ana H-^c
rNDEKSlGNED. BEIN»; STA
e hi«- place of psalms In the churches.
■ I at A -liliali I again, fins turned bis
ME CH ANICS’
In the United Sates, since the
Puritans were at tir-l stern oppo-
officiai* ! only a single leaf remains, containing nents of Christma* pastime*, th»* day
1 wo carols, preserved in tho Bodleian
1 IRsT-i'I AS* >i’.< I!.\
precedents library, in a volume of “Christmas»«- has been l»-as generally celebrated in
\\ h —
o ue year* Carolles,” printed by Wynkitt do New England than in th«« middle and
ihis lint, with neatness and dispatch and at
1 vili also keep consti,
Mechanic, and inn prepared to «Inali repair large stock oi
prices to ;-uit the times.
Daviea Gilbert pub
t in the*Ru- I Worde in 1521
, a leg »l holi«lay In some of the stat«-s,
Mt»N I'MEN I S, TA BLE1 S. H EALS’H»N ES ing promptly and in superior style.
gored, how- lisheti a volume of “Ancient Chrlatmas and is usually observed by a religion-
Carols,” with the tunes to which they
".xeented in any description of marble.
were formerly flung in England, and
Particular attention paid to I’yfinti«
work executed in a satistactorv manner.
not unfrequently by trim«ni ng houses
want* and the «iipplving <>t extia« fJr 1 dim
31 OU 1<I¡ Il«2* l’n»K*tOl’V Special attention given to orders from any IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE, Maehiix-ty. and all iniornialion as to *i . *»
u is gaining vol-
colhs-tion (1833). Tho carola o! tb<- and churches with eveigreens, «nd
pari ot Southern Oregon. Addr«-ss
1 I am receiving and have constant!} on articles furnishetl cheerfully, on application
over whelm the Welsh are especially c< lebratud, and by imitating the German custom of
J. I). RUSSELL, Ashland. Or.
a full anti first-class stock of
No pains will tie spared to turnish our
for President and their Lffyr Carofan (Bo«»k ot Carol«) Christmas trees.
customers with the b»-st goods in the mar
ket, in our line, and a; l<j<n<-st prices.
rinnn for Vice c mtains 66, and their Hloilcugeruld
Agency of the PA( 1H Rt BBLR PAIN 1
Aitili SEI» KI A< I ION.
DRT GOODS, Gum Boots. TOBACCO —the best in the woild.
ake a ticket that Dymru (Anthology ol Wale-) contain*
< »nr motto shall be prompt and fair deal
■ey»»nd the p«»rad- 18. The German ear»»Is weie collected
Crescent City has awakened to the I
ing with all. ('all ami examine «»nr s: ck
Ready-Made Clot hint!.
by Weinhold (Grata, 1853), and one of
before going elsewhere. >aii«f;n ii< n _t. : -
LI. KINDS OF PLANING, M»»l I.D
‘»t in 1880. New ihe b« st of the many editions of importance of a wagon-roid from
MRS. J. BI1.(»I R.
ing, Turning, < 'treular and Scroll Saw
York, New Jersey, Connect ¡cut xend French carols (noe/s) was publish?«! at Southern Oregon, anti her citizens are i ing,
Indiana would tie assured to the Dem Poitiers in 1824. During the last days | acting in the matter with a commend FURNITURE <V ORNAMENTAL CARV
T«- 1 '.verything sold at reasonable rates.
i.NG, Ere., DONE TO ORDER.
ocracy with such a ticket.
Give me a call.
able energy that augurs well for the j
tom for Calabrian minstrels to descend j
Jacksonville, Feb. 18, 1875.
Furnitur»*,^asb, Blinds, Doorsand Mould
from the mountains to Naples and enterprise. A meeting was held on
LIVELY, FLED & SALE STABT
H enry * W ard B eecher , if the Rome, saluting the shrines of the vir I ihe 13th inst., at which the advisabil- j ing constantly on hand and made to order.
California Street, Jacksonville.
dispatches can be relied on, has suc gin mother with their wild music, un ity of pro npt and decisive action was
MAIN STREET, EINKVII.LE, OREGON.
will contract to design and erect
ceeded in creating another first-class der the poetical notion of ch€*ering her fully determined upon.
Gen. J. G. all kinds of buildings. When desirable to
employing us, we will furnish all tlx-
»tion. This time he Is reported I I until the birth-time of her infant al Wall, J. K. Johnson, J. F. Frantz, 1) those
materia) required tor the construction of rpHE PROPRIETOR TAKES PEEKS
J« N. T. Miller <fc Co., Prop’r c V
ying the Divinity of Christ and
opened out a line and well assorted stock ot
ture of the nativity by Rtphael h«-I Pomeroy, J. Wenger an I John Miller
M \RSH A- CO.
clog his idea« in language no has introduced a shepherd at th»* do »r were appointed a committee to confer
holiday goods, comprising toys <>t all kind*,
WHEN THEY CAN BVY
notions, elegant < hristmas pr«-sents, plain
aving recently fitted up a x
ngly p»ofan • t a‘ they are hardly playing on a sort of bagpipe. Prepar with the citizens of S iiith River, Big.
and fam-v candies, tree ornaments, toba«--
entirely new and commodious barn ai I<1
Dry-Goods and Fancy Goods. corral,
• for publication in a reapecta- atory to Christmns the bells are rung Flat and other flections of Del Norte
we are novi tnllx | re] art d to uti« 1<1
in our line.
LOWEST RATES EVER HEARD OF ! !
r. Beei-hcrism is fast becom-
county and report at the meeting to !>•
<i K( > ceri i : s .
Plenty of grain, grain bay and fl- nr
and the continent; and after the sol
da than Koarc'yhiU.
kept constantly on hand and for -alt*
etnn celebration of Ihe mass, for which held ou the 27lli. Mr. Pomeroy, one
l»<iarde<i and the best care bes!«.
t ed on them.
the churches in France an»! Italy are i of the above committee, went to Sat
< >< > 9 >!*» ! !
T here h ft current rumor to th'* magnificently adorned, it is usuid for Francisco th»» Monday following, and A Is W
’.»-Satisiaction guaranteed, Give ii« a
J. Ñ. T. MILLER A <"•
Tobacco and Liquors,
effect that the Republican leaders are the reveller* to partake of a collation will tiring tliis question prominently
I .ink ville, Sept. 3. 1879.
ANU ALI. KINI-S OF
incubjiitig a grand rascally project, In (rercillon), that they may be better before the business men of that place. ;
which Presidential electors are to be able to sustain the fatigues of th«- Il is believed they can bo enlisted in
Among the revels of the
chosen, In all the doubtful State*, by Christmas season were the so-called lbe cause and be relied upon to rendei
the separate L°gisl.itu*e". New York, i fensts nf fool* and of :is*es, grottsque substantial assistance to this project,
•lUIESE WELL-KNOWN MILLS, S1TI’-
I Hied at l\<*rbyvifle, Josephine county,
Ni*w Jersey,Co inoctie;it,Ohi» and Cal- saturnalia, which were sometime« I which will prove a great benefit to.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE are now ¡»repared to do a
ifornin, it is c! »iined, can thus be made termed “Decernl»er Iibeltie«,” in which them iu more ways than one. At no rpHE UNDERSIGNED'TAKFX PLEAS
BY GOING TO
certain for the Republicans. Neu everything serious was burlesqued, lime have the prospects for the con 1 uro in announcing t<» 'r lu* pu til ie that he
has just received a c«»mplete anil tirst-elas*
Y »rk, Onio and California, on purely inferiors personifying their auperiors, j struction of a road to the sea been assortment of Geut’s. Furuiohing Good».,
W ill give as much flour, shorts an«l 1-im .
great men becoming frolicsome, and
as Hats, Shirts, t riilei wear, etc.; best
- foi g-»o<l nu-n iiantable wheat as anv mill
State i*sa< s, have already elected Re which Illustrate the pronene.-s of man brighter; and if the people will but pm «iivl»
brands <-f Cigar* ami Tobacco; Pipes, No
in Southern Oregon. Flour sa< l.« d I and
publican Laghlatures. Si) >uld these to occasionally reverse ihe order ol their shoulder to the wheel and awak tions, Fancy <loo<is, « 1 la--»ware, ( oi-kerv, THE LOWEST
I branded, customers furnishing «ack*, The
Musical Instruiui-nts, Bini Cages, Station-
highest market price pai«l for good incr-
IS A I
I m »dies ass line to take ihe election out society and ridicule its d-cencies.—In en from the lethargy that has threat- erv, Pocket and Table Cuih-rv, Album«,
Next Door to Post Office --hantable wheat incash or good*, >at is-
i taction guaranteed in all instance*.
of the hands of the people a lively the Protestant districts of Germany •med to overcome them, Southern Ore Toys, Candi«'«, Nut«, etc., w hich will be sold DAV. CRONEMILLER’S
at the cheapest rates. Give mt- a call and
and the north of Europe, Christm:««
P. B. LEWIS,
time might be expected. In such h ¡9 often called the “children’* f»-ti- gon and Northern California can nolve see I'm yourselves.
herbyville. Julv Kith, ls7<»
I . Bit ECKEN I ELD.
cs*e there would be extreme danger val,” and Christmas eve is devoted to Hie question of their future prosperity.
NEW STATE SALOON,
of lamp post de‘orations.
giving presents, especially between The (hue is at hand when they should
ari ILL I Ml SEE IS.-’Mil
JOHN L. CARTER & SON.
parents and children, and brothers and
free themselves from pay ing tribu te to '
A SHORT tw< Ive months since we sisters, by means of the so-called
A VALUABLE PANACEA! C. W. SAVAGE.
A larg»* yew bough monopolies io different shapes and !
Were assured by the Republican news Christmas tree.
is erected in one of tho parlors, lighted forms, and they must not neglevl
papers and atuiup-orators that if the with tapers, and bung with manifold
the first step in that direction.
li F. \RF FULLY PREF \ RED T»> DO
l| A \ IX«, AtiAlN TAKEN JOSSESSB'N
Democratic party sm*cee»led in con gift*, sweetmeat«, apples nuts, play
:;-3 r:?ci*!£ pjr.o*. » plaster
«I aii kinds of Painting, including
• I "1 t his saloon, the undersigned willt e
pr -ti V. ’ <•’•.»
pleased t«, me,.! hi« friend« amt the public
trolling Congress the public credit things, and ornaments. Each of these
■. ■: « ' ■ I •• . |: :o r--
IK »USE PAINTING,
,v.”-v' ■» iTn - > ”-'i ic ', ?*“< ncl’i-
AVIN’«; TAKEN THE A'.ENt Y (»F u»‘iiem!l\ a, this old and popular res«nt.
would tie d»-stroy»‘ii and business pros Is marked with the name of the per
1 ■ arati • • [>r< ;»' '
'* lu.-.n i. • C'»nim- n
this valuable medicine, I am not» pre I tie tiiiesi liquors amt l igarsean always 1 <•
«no for whom it is iuten«led, t»ut not
' r, ar.d i- 1 r *
r I i
to furnish it in quantities to suit at bad at this place, and the tables are alway s
trated. Die people wen* not f»x»l«*«l in with the name of the donor, and when this number. It commence* the new year
fu cald i p!<« :.;«’il r•’• -.
the following price*: Trial size bottles. 25 MipjiJi<-d with all t||t. leading newspa|«is
! i«.r t' ,
that w«v, ««ys ««i - C Iu n >i» Herald, the whole family party is assembled, under favorable auspice* and wishes It-
»•ent«: large size (holding eight ot the small), and p»-i iodlcalsot the dav.
ORNA MEN TAI. PAINTING,
A lirst-class billiard table is also kept
ni AchcN n
$1. or three small lbr .’••«-!*. A trial tor this
*et«-«i a D -'ii-HTat ic Co g'ess, ami the presents are (Dfltributed around
<’. > V. <
WAGON AND C\RRIAGE PAINTING, «pe«-itie is all that is asked. Address all or at tins house.
“ L !*• I « ■
lu»W we tia Ve I I k » MH’im Ntu'iip orators the room according to their labels,
<’. W. SAVANE.
M. JACOBS, Ashland, Or.
■ J ! : •* Í! tod f ,r
ALL STYLES OF GRAINING DONE.
elaimiti^ inai tile r diirii of pr. simrily
Found nt I. hm .
lation*. A more ««»her sc« ue succeeds,
Order* from the country promptly attend
ts <|tie to the» P I-
«»> t'»o Roí -i- ’n-itn
for Hie mother takes this occasion to Not Charlie ltoss, but a remedy for the Back
a ? h|f ,r-1 y in
«ay privately to the daughters, ami ache and all Kidney Troubles, in the Oregon SETTLE UP! SETTLE UP!
SAM’S VALLEY, OREGON.
CANDIES AND NUTS,
/ ¡'«Itili Vi
liranuhes of 11
d. PH ri- the father to tlie «one, what has been Kidney Tea. Tim wonderful diitcuvury Lua
aving clj < ei > im sinews in ja < k -
John Windom. Proprietor.
ot»«erved most praiseworthy an«| what l>een before the public f.»r a short time only,
me-it of tbr i
.sonville I propo*«- moving to theSoda 4 L L T H OS E K N< > W I NG T H E Ms E L VI 'S Crockery. Glassware. Etc. I
but in tiiat titnu has achieved a marvelous fame.
Springs to locate. I ti» »-<l niQiiey anti must
X» indebted to the undersigned are re
to rly, .« i »<1 -(ill in -ome ot th»-smaller Hundreds of our best citizens iu all parts of have it. Ttx.se indebted to me are then-fore quested to cal) and settle I lie same and sa» e
1)LA« •KsMITHlNGoF ALL KINI'S I N-/
II WE A VERY GOOD ASSORTMENT 1
requested to come forward and make im- cost. I went to sec you at your request;
» »’iitcti iii h **ur erior »naiinnr iti pi »r- if
the State have been cured or permanently ben- mediate paym-ot
of th»* above goods, ’xhieh J "ill -.^ij tn amt the Hmcs. «uve ltl., ;l<!1
I »oust love wh.»« is do«- XJAW « 111 A A » » • ) • t U III a
tn;« mudo by all the parents wercceut efietd b-.-
ive. Try k .
-'heap. Pifa-ê *ali
HODGE, DAVIS & CO.,
King of the Blood.
Ruth Re'jekah Degree Lodge no. 4,
Paints, Cils, Glass and Varnishes
ASHLAND MARBLE WORKS.
Furniture, Sash, Blinds, Doors
S. F. CIGAR STORE
The People of this Valley Save
BOOTS AND SHOKS,
BKECKENFELD 'S !
THE BEST STYLE
Merchant and Exchange Business.
Where Highest Cash prices are paid.
O COUGHS, y
Glenn's Peace in the Family.
FAMILY GROCERIES. NEW BLfiCKSWiiTH SHOP.