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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1877)
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! ROB’T GARRETT,
D. J. FERREE.
enchanted at a distant
ASHLAND AND LINKVILLE
MBS. H. A. MOORE’S
A Salem coriesponJent of the Sacra
mento ('.¡ion lately heard a cnrioiu sto
« Q r e g Q n y HAIR PRODUCE!
ry of how a home-bred Oregon youth A shl and
GARETT AND FERREE’S TRI-WEEKLY
negotiated for a wife at the East.
Has entered upon the second year
Stages run between the above named
MRS. IT. A. MOORE would p.ntource to 'he
Through friends, or persons who were
Indies md -1 Genllen en who desire tf e tier-ona) ni’om
points three times a week,
of its existence with brighter
i aunt oT a fine »u't of Hair, that she h .e p«ten’ed her
common relatives, thia youDg man
making the tiip
| cel-brated II ir Restorer, which ha« row been before
prospects than ever, and
I 'he publ’C for ihe space of two year» mid hie in every
opened correspondence with the young
given en be e-ti*fic ion : s to wbat it prom
wants each of its
A Large and Fresh stock of i ioetance
lady and in the course of time they were
ises. No mineral or danwgirg Ftibet. ii>ce is u»ed in
rying U. S. Mail and passengers.
’hi« t reparation, and it i? gu r.m’eed to jnvent hair
engaged. Ha actually went on and Dry Goods at the
faliirg ow after four application«. Wel'-know u oieee
of lorig-et ndirg baldness hi.ve be»n successfully trus
married a stylish damsel who was ono
ted (ar per testimonial, in mv posses.-ion). It will
of the elite of some Western town.
produce a full flowing crop of hair on all etmres of
baldre««, even to its most | ronoui.ced state. 1; will MONDAY’S WEDNESDAY’S AND
wedding was considered a big thing
■ prevmt hnir from tun.in ' gray.
furw ar led to all parts of the country.
back there. Tue newspapers gave full
ville same days. Returning,
An Elegant stock of Clothing ONE BOTTLE, $5; Or.THREE EOTTLES, $10.
accounts of the same, and followed the
young peoplo with interesting para at the
graphs as they weuded their wuy back
MRS. II: A. MOORE,
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AN > SATUR
to “his plantation in Oregon.” Imag
DAYS arriving at A bland same day cun
ine a stylish bride, who changed her
reels with our daily stage line between I To send in an additional name,
dresses for every m .-«*!, and of princely
Linkville and Fort Klamath. Also with
A Fine Assortment of Fancy
so to make things lively these
semi weekly line from Linkville to
demeanor in general, coming out to an Goods and Notions at the
Lake City and all intermediate points.
Oregon “plantation,” consisting of
acres that had been mortgaged to pay
GARRETT & FERREE
traveling expenses and a log cabin with
two rooms for family residence. Some
A splendid stock of Boots and
thing of that kind was actually the face
L ì .
and the final’ is a lamentable comment
riMIE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO RE-
ary on the wedding preparations and
1 mind his friends, and the traveling pub
local paragraphs that sent the young
lic generally, that he is still to be found at
couple on their way westward. The
young lady is probably heartsora with
With a competent corps of cor
LONG ESTABLISHED HOUSE,
disappointment, bat it is to be hoped
respondents, proposes to be
where he Is re idy at any time, and on all
that the young man who bad tho enter
occasions to set be'ote them the best the
PIONEER STORE. I
market affords, in a style second tonootbet*
prise to win a wife by brilliant repre
sentations can display energy onough
and suppers for special occasions,
have on blind a o uood assortment of gotten up in
to keep her after he has got her. Tho
appropriate style, al short no The Livliest Local Newspaper
facts in tho case could not bo more
clearly given without being unpleas
LAUNDRY and TOILET SOAP,
antly personal, and I say as much as I GROCERIES,
I iardavare ,
do because instances have repeatedly
CUTLERY, which we oiler to the trade at ASHLAND HARNESS SHOP
ooms to my knowledge where such
courtship has been carried on. In PAINTS
PRICES T3 SUIT THETIMES.
some instances ladies have come to Or
OILS, ETC., ETC.
egon to moot men from whom they
Our soap has been pronounced
MANUFACTURER OF,AND DEALER IN
have shruuk back with horror when
by those who know
actually face to face, and of course the
wedding did not come oil’. I have “ Cheaper than the Cheapest”
known several such matches that were
unhappy. It is safe to suppose that a
A shland , O regon .
young man worth having can find one
at home worthy of his admiration.
eeps a general assort -
Give it a trial and support home
meut of goods in bis line of trade.
Girls are plentiful ia Oregon, and it
is beginning to resemble New England
Ladies’, Meiix’ and Boys’ Sad
in having au abundant supply.
dles, a Speciality.
change for Goods.
War, War, War.
Russia and Turkey,
J. M. McCall & Co.
CO N F.L I C T
— THE —
D ry G oods T rude
T hey H ave J ist R eceived
AN IMNENSE STOCK OF
SPRING ANDl'SUMMER GOODS
•Q ♦ *-
C. K. KLUM,
Saddlery & Harness, FAMILY PAPER
Emporium of Ashland.
Af er thanking our many kind Patron»
for past Lvore, we wish to Call their at-
tui i >r t»our large stock of > fbino anl
S ummer G oods , just received lrcm d. F.
A ctivity not
A lways E nergy .—
There are some men whose failure to
succeed in life is a problem to others
as well as to themselves. They are in
dustrious, prudent and economical; yet
after a long life of striving, old age
finds them still poor. They complain
of ill luck. They say fate is always
against them. But the fact is that they
miscarry because they have mistaken
mere aotivity for energy. Confounding
two things essentially different, they
have supposed that, if they were al
ways busy, they would be certain to be
advancing their fortunes. They have
forgotten that misdirectol labor is but
a waste of activity. The person who
would succeed is like a marksman fir
ing at a target, if his shots miss the
mark they are a waste of powder. So
in the great game of life, what a man
does must be made to count, or it might
almost as well have been left undone.
Everybody knows some one in his cir
cle of friends, who, though always ac
tive, has the want of energy. The dis
temper if we may call it such, exhibits
itself in various ways. la some cases
the man has merely an executive capac
ity when he should have a directive
one; in other language he makes a cap
ital clerk for himself when he ought to
do the thinking of the business. In
other cases what is done is not done
either at the right time or in the right
way. Energy, rightly understood, is
activity proportioned to the end.
MRS. M. W. HARGADINE.
A. Ü. HELMAN.
Wanted in exchange
At the Factory.
RIGDON & CO.
HELMAN & FOUNTAIN,
Team, Bugiy and Plow Harness,
J. D. FOUNTAIN.
Advertising Medium c
Ashland Drug Store!
TEAM A BUGGY COLLARS,
whips , i.ashes , spurs ,
COLLAR PADS, ETC.. ETC.,
And everything usually kept in a first-class
eMabli-hnient. Repairing do: e with neat
ness and dispatch at prices to suit the
Has the largest circulation, and
is consequently the best
WHEAT Taken a the Highest
Market Rates in Exchange
Aehhnd, Jure 27th, 1876.
In this part of the State. The
subscription price is only
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
ITe ha# also on hand a large variety of
CAN DIE 4
J acksonville , O begon .
WINES and LIQUORS
UNDER'I».NED, THANKING OUR TA-
A novel marriage took place amoDg nnBK
£ irons for t ie liberal ;>utruu.ige iiestowed u,-ou
the Lemni Indians at tbe Puyallup usdurit-gour connection with me Union Livery
ferry recently. A handsome young Stabe-. aoul-1 beepeuk a continati ce of the s<me
ardwkll A c M c M ahon .
maiden had been promised to a young i to t>ur rucee^surs. No. C 17;
man who was then ready to ciaim his I
own. According to a custom, says the '
llerahl, usual among tbe Indiaus in for
mer days, the brave young buck was
obliged to sacrifice some property be-;
fore he could take the maideu to his ;
THE BENEFIT OF THOSE DESIR-
own wigwam, lie presented her par-1
iug good wagon work, the undersigned
ents with four large canoes, $150 in hereby makes known that he can be found
money, a nfie, two shotguns, other i tu at all times .n his shop in the S. W. corner
plemen. « of war, and a number of oth- j of the public square Ashland Ogn; and is
These valuables will be ready and willing to do all work entrusted
to m» ia a workmanlike manner. WAG
returned t.» the young couple when the ONS,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WHEEL
husband has proved to the satisfaction i BARROWS,
PLOW STOCKS, Ac., made
of his parents-in-law that he is worthy 1 to order, and re|Wiired on short notice.
of the maiden whom he has taken to I T'e best Eastern stock constantly on
wife. This ia not a bad custom, by any j baud.
W. W. KENT NOR.
‘ Ashland, June 17th, 1876.
Send in your name and commence
with the new volume.
BOOTS and SHOES,
we keep hardware , iron ,
STEEL, NAILS, BOLTS GLASS,
HORSE SHOES, SHOE-SHAPE, ROPE,
wool. SAC KS, PAINTS, OILS
SOAP AND CUTLERY-
FARMI XG IM PT.EM ENT, CROCK ER Y
A nd FRUIT CANS.]
We have just received a select
There is, in connection with the assortment of the best brands of
Newspaper office, a complete
TO SUIT PURCHASERS
IN ANY QUANTITY
Oilcloth for Tables and
A L arge and C hoice
— OF THE—■
Corner of 4th and California Sts.,
T he U nemployed .—The army of un
employed men roaming about the State
the Sacramento it * says, is fearful to
contemplate, being, according to all ac
counts, fall double that of any former POPULAR STABLES!
year. One unpleasant feature of this
We have constantly on hand the very best
business is that many who pretend to SADDLE HORSES,
be seeking for work are of that class
who look for work and pray to God
they may not find it. Large farmers
state that they have omployed scores of
with a tip-top tnru-
men who would only work long enough And cm famish our out customers
at any time.
to earn three or four dollars and then
quit, without any regard for circum
stances. They do not care to earn < >n reasonable term*, and the be»t of cire anl atten
money to purchase food, as they can tion bestowed upon them while under ¿heir charge.
“bum ’ that from difierent ranches on Also,
their beat, and they make their circuit
Korses Bought and Sold.
systematically so as to strike this ranch
at noon and that one at Digbt, making We will gutrantee satisfaction in a') our trans
the rounds about once a month.
C a it dwell & M c M ahon .
Get ns, G lciii - ils
LOWEST POSSIBLE PfillCES.
Alsu a General Assortment c-f
HBIIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ri’R-jjL
14 chisel the >.b ve named si- bl-
from Kubli & Wilson, beg leave t<> Inform
tne public that they are determined to mm»AL 21 *
a c m-muipce of tne patronage that has lor m my
years pust been conferred on these justly
Just received from San Frarc'sco, which be is oiler
irg at the
Our new stock contains
a large assortment of
Orders from abroad promptly attended to,
aLd warranted tug'.ve satisfaction.
J . II. Chitwood.
COMING SEASON, AT
CIGARS AND PIPES.
Thatcher & Worden,
Will exchange for any kind of
We will sell our goods at the
z\nd everything in the line of Job lowest cash price, or exchange for
Printing can be executed at
all kinds of
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES
V. 2, No. 7—tf.
Hardware, Fancy Goods,
THATCHER & WORDEN,
Groceries, Crockery, Paints, Oils, Etc.,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS,
In as neat and workmanlike man
ner as at any office in the State.
We see no cause to change our
CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS
It still remains
CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES,]
HARDWARE, FANCY GOODS,
Of our work, or address your or-
Quick Sales & Small Profits.”
EUBANKS & FORSYTH.
Y ankee N otions ,
LL THOSE DESIRING WORK
in our liue. will find us at the Groceries, Crockery, Paints, Oils, Etc.
•‘Old Michelson Stand” ready to serve thenf
with ne.mess and dispatch. Particular at
tention paid to horse shoeing.
Z j L
Call and examine our stock, and
if you do not see what you want,
C all for it .
Ashland, Jackson Co., Oregon.
May 12th, 1S77.