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TIDINGS Ashland Lodge No. 189,1. 0. G. T.
JULY 6, 1877
Meets at the Ilall of Helman & Fountain every
Friday evening at 8 o’clock p. m . Brother« and
Bisters in good standing are cordially invited to at
H. B. VALPEY, W. C. T.
J ohn E ubanks , Sec’y.
Chitwood’s Drug Store.)
A. F. & A. M..
BY J. M. McCall & Co.
Ashland Lodge No, 23.
ISSUED EVEBY SATURDAY
OFFICE—On Maio Street, (in rear Dr.
Holds their stated communications Thursday even
ings on or before the full moon. Brethren in good
etanding are cordially invited to atteud.
H. C. HILL, W. M.
C. B. W atson , 8ec’y.
GEO. T. BALDWIN, - Prop’r
Has entered upon the second year
of its existence with brighter
Ashland Lodge No. 45,
prospects than ever, and e
wants each of its
i. O. O. F.,
Terms of Subscription :
One copy one year.................................................. $ 2.50
“ * tix months.......................................... . 1.50 ' >
“ *• three “
Hold their regular meeting every Saturday even
Club rates six copies for...................................... 12.50 ing at their hall in Aehland. Brothers in good
Terms, in advance.
etanding are cordially invited to attend.
H. S. EMERY, N. G.
Terms of Advertising:
E. J. F arlow , Rec. Sec’y.
One square (ten lines or lees) 1st insertion....... $2.50
Each additional Insertion.................................... 1.00
Rebekah meetings on Tuesday evening, Dearest
A liberal discount to annual advertisers.
he fall of the moon eacn month.
Church and Society advertisements, such as Fairs,
Lectures, etc., 25 cents per line.
J. R. NEIL,
Notices in local column, 25 cents per '.ine, but no
notice inserted for less than $1.00.
HOW MANY APPLES DID ADAM AND
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
To send in an additional name,
so to make things lively these
J. M. McCall À Go-
All kinds of TIN, COPPER and SHEET-
IRON WARE on hand and made to order.
All orders from a distance promptly at
tended to. Prices to suit the times.
Linkville. Aug. 10th, 187G.
D ry G oods T rude .
T hey H ave J ust R eceived
W. C. MYER,
With a competent corps of c
respondents, proposes to be
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF
— tn:- .
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
The Livliest Local Newspaper
OCULIST AND AURIST,
P ortland , O regon .
ives his attention to all diseases
Emporium of Ashland.
of the Eye, Ear, Tliroat and Nose
(particularly Chrome Nasal Catarrh) as ti<eciaiiies.
Chronic complaints and diseases of women also
attended to. A large Lumber of references fur
nished. A tine stock of
In the country; and as it does
not deal largely in politics,
it is the best
Kept on hand, and for sale at reasonable rates.
er thanking our many kind Patrons tw Wt
for past fuvors, we wish to call their at- Il II
ten ion to our large stock of S pring and ' I ’ v
S ummer G oods , just received lrom S.F.
-í< Í I
We have any thing you
may need in our line.
HE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST start
ed a Shingle Factory, near bis saw
mill, one mile from
Our new stock contains XJ
a large assortment of Xl
BARAIM AND CHARLEY ROSS.
The negotiations between P. T. Bar
num, the showman, and Christian K.
Ross, the father of the kidnapped Char
ley by which the former is to offer $10,-
000 for the return of the child and the
latter to agree not to attempt any prose
cution of those bringing him back, Supply the market with Shingle’s
were finished at a recent conference,
and the formal offer is now made. The
idea first occurred to Mr. Barnnm when
be was in Philadelphia two years ago,
but he decided not to countenance any
condoning of the offense. Lately, how
COMING SEASON, AT THE
ever, the idea has been growing npon
him that the persons who have had the
child in custody since the death of the
ALL and get your Shingle«. Will ex
change for any kinds of Merchantable
original abductors must find him a
burden on their hands which they
would be glad to get rid of for money
if they could be sure they could escape
L FFT at
WITH J. M. McCALL & CO., OR
the Mill, will be promptly filled.
Has the largest circulation, and
is consequently the best
Send in your name and commence
with the new volume.
There is, in connection with the
Newspaper office, a complete
season at my «tables
By a skiiTnl xse of tie stop«, and of the patent
kDee swell, the music is adapted to the human voice,
ranging fruit, the avXest lute-like Lute to a volume
i’XsUJ.'PANNED BY JAP OTHER
Instrument. The proprietors have ro’ed carvfuUy,
for many jears, the knperlec ion» und ie.de of the
reed n suumeiite, arid direct their practical experiewe
to the toriectiou of such inq-rrlt ctioi t, i>t<I tl»ii »-x-
periu.Hits have resulted io tie produilxniuf a quality
of tuoe v* hxb aesin.Halts to ciottij bu the
WOOLSACKS, PAINTS, OILS
SOAF AN D CUTLERY.
That is diflicult to distil guish between th« two.
This instrument hue all ihe
A nd FRUIT CANS..
A L arge
And every org-in te fuly vri muted. lange Oi
Pudes, Bl.ick Walnut Panelled Cueee
that forme, in addition to a
of music, a
BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF FUÌNITUR
undersigned wishes to re -
mind his friends, and the traveling pub
lic generally, thal be is still to be lound at
We have just received a select
assortment of the best brands of
C. K. KLUM,
MANUFACTURER OF, AND DEALERIN
This organ needs only to be seen to be appre eiated
and is sold at extremely
CIGARS AND PIPES
And everything in the line of Job
Printing can be executed at
In as neat and workmanlike man
ner as at any office in the State.
PIPE ORGAN QUALITY
HORSE SHOES, SHOE-SHATE, ROPE, yx
Oilcloth for Tables and
LONG ESTABLISHED HOUSE,
where he Is ready at any time, and on all
occasions to set before tbein the best the
market affords, in a style second to no other
house in Oregon.
Dinners and suppers for special occasions,
gotten up in appropriate style, at short no
Terms: Twenty-five dollar* the season, or thirty
dollars the season, wiiu ihe privilege oi returning the
mare Dext year io one of my imported horses, ii rhe
does not prove with-foal this season, ¡»uyuble in U. cys
8. Gold Coin, or grain at Market price.
Good pasturage for mares at 621 cents per week;
no liability for acciden's or escaiies.
In a ehort lime I will issue a circular with engrav
ings of several of my hornes, mares and view of my
Stables; wilb a history of the Percheron Horse, and
why they are preferable to other large horses; some
hints on breeding; demand and prices for horses in
Europe aDd America.
I have fu 1 blood Jersey Cittle for Bile of Ihe be«t
quality. Every family that keeps a cow should
have a Jersey. Bead for circular.
W. C. MYER.
Ashland, March 20th, 1877.
Repairing of all kinds done with dispatch,
call and see me.
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES
Ready-made Clothing, Hats, Y
and Millinery Goods.
Pride of Perche,
Of Vehicles Made to Order.
STEEL, NAILS, BOLTS GLASS, O
make the ensueing
HE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE FOUND
at his shop on Main street, two doors
ft om the livery stables, Where he is preparec
to do all kinds of work in his line at the
WAGONS, BUGGIES AND ALL KINDS
Nurse & Thatcher,
BOOTS and SHOES,
In this part of the State, The
subscription price is only
V. 1, No. 43—tf.
G cidf , G kccekies 'TX
surpasses in tone xid power any Reed Urgin here
tofore manufactured in this country. It
has lieen tested by many
WE KEEP HARDWARE, IRON, Q
The Beautiful Imported
A large establishment has been open
ed in St. Louis for drying eggs. It is
in full operation, and hundreds of
thousands of dozens are going into its
insatiable maw. The eggs are care
fully “candled” by hand—that is, ex
amined by light to ascertain whether
good or not—and are then thrown into
an immense receptacle, where they are
broken and by a certrifugal operation
the white and yelk are seperated from
the shell, very much as liquid honey
is separated from the comb. The liquid
is then dried by heat, by patent process,
and the dried article is left, resembling
sugar; and it is put in barrels and is
ready for transportation anywhere.
This dried article has been taken twice
across the equator in ships, and then
made into omelet, and compared with
omelet made from fresh eggs in the
same manner, and the best judges could
not detect the difference between the
two. Is this not an age of wonder?
Milk made solid cider made solid, apple
butter made into bricks! What next?—
It isn’t blighted ambition and blasted
hopes that make a young man want to
shuffle off this mortal coil and lie down
in the silent grave and be at rest, so
much as to remember, as be paused at
the door of the opera house with Laura
on his arm, that he forgot to get tickets,
and that his pocket book is at home in
the hip pocket of his every-day trou
JOHN B. PILKINGTON, M. D.,
Will practice in all the Courts of the State. Prom,
at ewiou given to all business intrusted to my cure.
O ffice .—In the building formerly occupied by
Kahler & Watson, opposte Court House.
J acksonville , O regon .
Some say Eve 8 and Adam 2, a total
of 10 only. Now we figure the thing
oat far differently. Eve 8 and Adam 8
also. Total 16.— Boston Journal. We
think the above figures are entirely
wrong. If Eve 8 and Adam 82, certainly
the total will be 90. Scientific men,
however, on the strength of the theory
that the antediluvians were a race of
giants, and consequently great eaters,
reason something like this: Eve Slat,
and Adam 82. Total 163— Gloucester
Advertiser. Wrong again; what could
be olearer than if Eve 8 1, and Adam
8-1-2, the total was 893— Boston Journal.
I believe the following to be the true
solution: Eve 8 14 Adam, Adam 81-2-4
Eve. Total 8938.— Yet •Has.
Still another calculation is as fol
lows: If Eve 8 1 4 Adam; Adam 8 1 2-
4 2 oblige Eve, total 82,056. We
think, however, this not to be a suffi
oient quantity, for though we admit
that Eve 8-1 4 Adam; Adam if he 8-0-8
1-2-4 2 keep Eve company, total 8,082,-
056.— New York Mail.
Of all description, done on ebort notice. T^egal
Blanks, Circular«, Baslness Cards, Billheads, Lexer
heads, Poeten, etc., gotten up in good style at living
Russia and Turkey
We will sell our goods at the
lowest cash price, or exchange for
all kinds of
Saddlery & Harness,
Male or female) in every county in the United State»
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
A shland , O regon .
TfEEPS A GENERAL ASSORT-
**• ment of goods in his line of trade.
Hardware, Fancy Goods,
T he G ranges .—The Hural World
says the total number of paying
Granges is reported at 14.G34, not in Groceries, Crockery, Paints, Oils, Etc.,
cluding Alabama, Oregon, Arizonia,
Montana, and Canada. Up to the issu
ing of Mr. Kelley’s report, in 1875,
there had been issued in the United
States, 24,220 charters, which, plus
885 last year, makes a total of 25,175,
leaving 10,511 Granges, or about two
in every five dead, consolidated, or de-
EUBANKS & FORSYTH.
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A LL THOSE DESIRING WORK
21 l in our line, will find us at the
O. P. C randall , formerly of the
’’Old Michelson Stand” ready to serve them
Salem Statesman, has been appointed to with neatness and dispatch. Particular at
tention paid to horse shoeing.
a place in the Treasury Department.
CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS
Ladies’, Mens’ and Boys’ Sad
dles, a Speciality.
Team, Buggy and Plow Harness,
Of our work, or address your or-
Ashland, Jackson Co., Oregon.
TEAM & BUGGY COLLARS,
WHIPS, LASHES, SPURS,
COLLAR PADS, ETC., ETC.,
And everything usually kept in a first-class
establishment. Repairing done with neat
ness and dispatch at prices to suit the
w e see no cause to change our
It still remains
“Quick Sales & Small Profits.”
Mad« to Teachers, Ministers, Churchea, School»
Lodge, etc , where there is no agent for the Star
Organ. Illuatrated catalogue and price Hat free
Correspondence solicited. Address the manufactu
Alleger, Bowlby & Co
WA SHING TON,
Call and examine our stock, and
WHEAT Taken at the Highest if you do not see what you want,
Market Rates in Exchange
H. W. A lleger ,
T. B. M c M urtrie ,
all for it .
C. P. B owlby ,
E dward T lotts .
Ashland, June 17Ui, 187G.
May 12th, 1877.
(Sept. 227, ! >7 7U 1 yr.)