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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1877)
II. M. THATCHER.
THATCHER & WORDEN
OCTOBER 19, 1877.
D. J. FERREE.
War, War, War.
ASHLAND AND LINKVILLE
[Condensed from Oregonian and C»I1 Dispatches
St. Louis, Oct. 8.—Henry W. Maun,
cashier of the stock yards at Kansas
City, shot his little daughter, of be
Has entered upon the second year
tween two and three years of age,
of its existence with brighter
through the heart, yesterday, and then
prospects than ever, and
shot himself through the head. Since
LINKVILLE, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON.
wants each of its
his wife died about six months ago, his
Are now receiving from San Francisco an extensive stock of goods of great
mind has been affected at times.
exactly suited to the trade of the
New York, Oct, 9.—The Times 3P-
Bounces the death of Gen. John E
J. M. McCall & Co-
Beudix, well known in the lute Rebel
Which th^y are prepared to sell at prices that cannot fail to satisfy customers, B p
London, Oct. 8 —A Constantinople
tire to call and see us and see for yourselves.
ARE PEACEFULLY REVOLUTION
dispatch says Achmet Eyroub Pasha,
late ohief of staff, two brigadiers and
several superior officers are to be tried,
having refused to obey Mehemit All’s
To send in an additional name,
order to advauco.
so to make things lively these
The Porte has seized a Greek vessel
entering the Gulf of Orta with arms
D ry G oods T rude
Do not forget the Old Pioneer Store of the Lake Country,
GARRETT * FERREE.
and amunition. Greece has demanded
THATCHER & WORDEN.
Bucbarist, Get. 8.—A correspondent
T hey H ave J est R eceived
before Plevna telegraphsithat on Wed
nesday the Grand Dake Nicholas, In
rpiIE UNDERSIGN! 1) WISHES TO RE-
AN BINENSE STOCK OF
I inibd lii< friends, au<l ihe (ravelin" pub
terpreter, who was sent into Plevna
lic generally, that lie is still to be leuud al
with a flag of truce, was personally re
ceived by Osman Pasha. The inter
LONG ESTABLISHED HOUSE,
With a competent corps of cor SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
view was thought to be relative to the
where be Is ready at any time, aud on a'.l
MRS. H. A. MOORE’S
respondents, proposes to be
burial of the dead.
occasions to set beloife tbt-in the best the
market affords, in a style second to no other
Fernandina, Fla., Oct. 8.—Nine new
house in Oiegon.
cases of yellow fever Saturday and
Dinners ami simpers for special occasions,
three deaths Sunday; ’ to-day, live new
gotten up in appropriate slyle, at >hort no
Oregon, HAIR PRODUCER, tice.
A siila, ir cl
The Livliest Local Newspaper
cases and one death.
Governeur, N. Y , Oct. 8.—Union
MRS.IT A. MOORE would tinrource to 'be
hall, block and buildings burned last
Ladies and Gen’lea.en who desire the i>er-oiial adorn
insnt of i line «uit. of Hair, that she h is pnt-ned her
night. Loss, sixty thousand dollars.
celebrated II ir Restorer, which hi* low been before I ASHLAND
In the country; and as it does
Insured for thirty thousand.
instance given en’i'e r iti;f«c ion s to what it j roni-
not deal largely in politics,
A Large and Fresh stock of lses. No mineral or flanjagii g *ub«t <uce is used in
Washington, Oct. 8.—Offices discon
'hi* i rep:.ration, aud it is gu ranteed to , revt nt hair
Af er thanking our many kind Patrons
it is the best
fall’ng oil' after four applications. Well-known cases
f»r past Lvor-, we wi»h to Cell th-ir at-
tinued: White llill, Like Co. Oregon. Dry Goods at the
of long-st ndmg baldness have been suece’sfu) v tr-n-
l-u i >l t< our large stock of Sraiao an I
Postmaster ’appoiuted: Harrison Len-
ted |ni> | er testimonials in tuv posserdon). It vill
S vmms . k G oods , just leceived lrorn 8. F.
produce a full flowing crop of hair o’i all st. ie* of
ville, Bcuna Vista, Polk Co., Oregon.
bildre«-,even to its most | ronruncod s’a’e. 1 will
p-event hair f o:n turnin • gr v.
Chicago, Oct. 8.—The Inter-On an n
forwarded to til parte of the country.
An Elegant stock of Clothing ONE BOTTLE, 45; Or,TTIRF.E BOTTLES, »10.
Washington report says the Presi
dent’s messuj-a favors the Government’s at the
A shland , O regon .
appointing a commission with twelve
MRS. II: A. MOORE,
assistants and an a] propriation of
eeps a general assort -
<5200,000 to represent the United States
ment of goods iu Lis Hue of trade.
at the Paris Exposition.
Our new stock contains
A Fine Assortment of Fancy
LadiesN Men-’ and Beys’ Sad
The authorities think Miles’ victory Goods and Notions at tin*
dles, a Speciality.
c a large assortment of
dearly bought though they commend
Team, Buggy and Plow Harness,
his troops for bravery. Within a year
the Seventh Cavalry has lost 18 officers
TEAM BUGGY COLLARS,
D ry G oods , G roceries
and friends of that Regiment are peti
Has the largest circulation, and
CI NCI I OS. STIR RUTS.
A splendid stock of Boots and
tioning for their transfer.
BOOTS and SHOES,
is consequently the best
Wlfll’S, LA-HES, SI’Uli’,
Washington, Oct. 8.—The commis
COLLAR PADS, ETC.. ETC.,
sioner of the General Laud Office to
A n <1 (werytliing usually kept in a first cla-s
. Ready-made Clothing, liais, Y
day suspended all entries made under
( <tabii lil’.u-ut. Rcjuiii ing <:<> e with neat
the Desert Land law of July, 187G,
iic-s and dispatch ut pi ices io suit tl.e
and Millinery Goods.
and will make investigation of the al
An immense stock of the best
legation that under it, valuable arable
brands of Tobacco and Cigars at
WHEAT Taken a the Highest
lands have been entered iu violation of
Market Bates in Exchange
We are now iiiannf'actiiriii<r, ami
City of Mexico, Sept. 30.—Congress
—< ♦ >>
have on hand a good assortment of Ashlmd, June 27th,
has authorized the Government to ex
_ ALSO —
pend $300,000 in constructing a facto
LAUNDRY and TOILET SOAP,
Vi HORSi: SHOES, snot-snABE, ROrE,
ry for breech-loading arms. The GROCERIES,
V.-OOL SACK S FAINTS, < UTJS
Government has contracted for $200,
SOAP AN D CUI I ER Y.
which wn nili-r io iltp irmln ni i
000 worth of Remington arms, and has
ordered the Collector of Customs at
PRICES TO SUH THE TIM l S,
Vera Cruz to remit monthly to the
United States $25,000 on account of
FA R MIX G III PI E jj £?,’•£, CROCK ER Y
OILS, ETC., ETC.
payment of tho American debt.
Our soap has been pronounced
A nd FRUIT CANS.;
by those who know
New York, Oct. 9 —The statement
rpilE l'NDF.R'IGNi D 1IAVING COM-
JL pl»-ifc!y o\o. liaiiUd Lis Siw Mill ont-
of Wm. M. Tweed, submitted a short í Í Cheaper than the Cheapest”
a bove A hland, is uow prépan d to
time ago to Attorney General Fairchild
is made pnblic, and contains the names
of twonty-one Senators who were paid
for votes or silence.
Omaha, Oct. 10.—Geo. Q. Crnnon,
Send in your name and commence
delegate to Congress from Utah, and
A L arge and C hoice
Brigham Young, Jr. passed through
S election oe TEAS.
Omaha to-day en route to Washington. Bring on your Produce and Ex-
Gen. Crook and several members of
change for Goods.
his stall left to day for the Red Cloud
We ha Vi* just received a select
and Spotted Tai! Agencies to superin
IN ANY QUANTITY
MRS. M. W. MARGARINE.
tend the removal of the Sioux, Arrapa-
assortment ot the best brands of
hoe and other Indians to the new re
Newspaper oilice, a complete
TO SETT PURCHASERS
serves on the upper Missouri river.
J. I). FOUNTAIN.
"West Point, Oct. 19.—The steamer A. D. HELMAN.
—DURING HIE —
Mary Powell, arrived this morning
bearing the remains of G cd . Custer,
COMING SEASON, AT THE
HELMAN & FOUNTAIN,
L. A. NEIL.
some two thousand people accompany
CIGARS AND PIPES
Bucbarist, Oct. 9.—The Russians
have commenced parallels before Plev
FEED AND LIVERY STABLE !
Will exchange for any kind of
na, under the superintendeaca of
w e will sell our goods at the
Constantenople, Oct. 9.—Snow and
And everything in the line of Job lowest cash price, or exchange for
rain continue falling, which it is
all kinds of
Printing can be executed at
thought will suspend all operations in
Dry-Goods, Groceries, School
Bulgaria aud the Balkans.
Books, Blank Books and
3I1E UNDERSIGNED WOULD
- itspectluLy inform tlu ir 11¡ends
It is probabla that Mohamet Ali will
be appointed to llie chief command in
have parch ise 1 the above eHabiKhn eat,
V. 2, No. 7—tf.
and having thoroughly cleared the lobelia
lay from the premises, they can assure
The Servian Diplomatic Agent has
w e see no cause to change our
patrons that stock entrusted to their
formally renewed to the port assurances
care will be well and safely cared for.
In as neat and workmanlike man
of the pacific intention ofServia.
ner as at anv office in the State.
London, Oct. 10.—Within ten days,
Of carriages and buggies supplied at
25,000 people, suffering chiefly from
EUBANKS <& FORSYTH.
fever, have reached Odessa hospitals.
4 LL THO-E DESIRING WORK
BALED HAY FDR SALE!
iL in oui 1 ue. will ii id us at the
Athens, Oct. 9.—M. Trinconpens,
’son Stand’’ n ady to serve them
It still remains
Minister of foreign affairs, has inform
In quantilii-s to suit purchasers. They will with neitm-ss
and dispatch. Particular at CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS
R. T. NEIL.
also, in connection with tLeir stable, tun a tention paid to horseshoeing.
ed the British ‘Minister that Greece
was obliged to regard the threatening
tkuck . wagon
language of the 1’ort as a motive for
At reasonable rates. D. C haimax & N eil .
* not ea»i y earned in these times. Of our work, or address your or
Quick Sales & Smail Profits/
completing her military preparations
4 c by any one of either sex,in any part
■ • oi the country, who is uillmg to
as rapidly as possible.
CHAPMAN & NEIL,
work steadily at the employment thd we luruieh.
$66 I er week iu your om n town You teed not bi
Galatz, Oct. 10.—A special says an
Call and examine our stock, and
Dissolution of Copartnership. away f.om home over uight. You cm give your
engagement took place off the Snlina
wcole time to ti e work, or on'y your spare moments
rriHE PARTNERSHIP heretofore esis ing between We mve agents wLo are m .kiug over |20 per day.
if you do not see what you want,
mouth of the Danube,on Tuesday be
W. H. Ht haw ay .ml J. B. Riglou, is this d^y Allwboeug ge at once cm nuke money last. At
eep constantly on hand at tiieir
tween a Rus-ian »nd a Turkish steam
the i resent tune money cannot b-> m ide soeasi'y -mi
Shop, near the bridge, on M n Sirret, a good
J. B. RIGDON.
C all for it .
rapi Uy at any other buriiAts. I to-ts uoilr.ng to
of fre-h BEEF, MLTluN, VEAL, tie.,
er. The latter exploded and sunk with which supply
W. II. HATHAWAY.
try the bueii ess. Terms ¡md $5 outfit free. Addre*?
they oder at tne lowest market price.
Ashland, Jackson Co., Oregon.
Asbhnî, Organ, Aug 27th 1877.
May 12th, 1877.
al once, H. LI a i iatt <k Co., Puritani ,Maiue. [2 7-ly
Ashhod, Jiue 17th, 1370.
Russia and Turkey,
Beef Cattle, Hides and Wool taken in ex-
change for .goods.
S T O R E.
Emporium of Ashland.
C. K. KLUM,
Saddlery <fc Harness, U A M IL Y PAPER.
F A C T O R Y.