Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919, November 15, 1878, Image 3

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    Ashes are in demand at J. B. Rigiftj's
The genonl cry, this fall, has been
soap factory. J. B. says he is not par and is yet, dull times. Cause, scar­
FRIDAY
NOVEMBER 15 187 1
ticular about the siz% shape or num­ city of boot buyers; but one or two
ber of the aforesaid allies so they con have lately made their appearance
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
tain that element which was entirely among ns. Mr. Rimsey, ha3 a band
An old wagon for sale at the Eagle wanting in George Washington’s make­ of several hundred head, bought up,
*
and expects to start below, with them
Milla.
up.
THE
ASHLAND
TIDINGS
in a few days.
Always a chance for bargains at the
Pioneer Store.
Mr. J. S. Eubanks has just received
a fine lot of material for spring wag
- LaWaaunty « represented OQ the ons, baggies, etc. Mr. E. puts up an
new board of town directors.
elegant vehicle at his shop in Ashland
There ia a rumor that there is to be and all persons desiring anything in
this line will make it pay to patronize
t skating rink in town ere long.
Thanks to a call and some cash from him.
a sou of Mr. Byron Cole on Monday
Daley à C j . are doiüg a very exten
last.
sive business in tho furniture and
Ben Lewis and Mr. Dixon, of Link- i bouse finishing line. The three gen­
Ville, were iu town after supplies this tlemen who constitute the firm are all
week.
,
.,
expert workmen and do with neatness
The dance at Miller’s Lail on last and dispatch all work entrusted to
Frida’ evening was a very pleasant them.
ukt Z
fsaae Newton Shook, of Alkali lake,
tarried in our town some days last week
and this.
Wm. G. Kendey, of Jacksonville,
gave this office ui pleasant call one day
thia Week,
Mr. Herrin turned out about forty
▼ery f*t Logs this week anil drove them
to market.
The people have not teen disposed
hitherto to complain of tho T idings
und we fancy there wiil be even less
reason for them to do so in the future,
since there is a prospect of there being
more Merritt in its conduct than some
time past
A fiaa porker, which wa3 being
driven through town one day this
week, fell by the wayside aud died,
Mr. Fred. Drake is with us again
but its oily remains soon found trans­
after a summer spent in vacqueroing
portation to the eoap factory. Such a
near Warner lake.;
circum. tanco a grease well with Ilig-
. U. Banks, ot bar office, does not don’a ideas.
claim to ba a relation of old Gen. N.
Felix W. Ewing E-q., of Alturas,
P. Banks of M iss.
arrived in town on Sunday last and ou
Fragrant Havana’s, just from New
Tueeday started on bis return to Modoc
York, at Dr. Chitwood’s. Also tbe lat­
Co. Mrs. Ewing, widow of tho late
est novelty in eating tobacco.
James Ewing, aocompaaied her son to
Mrs. H. D. Jone* will always be
Alturas, intending to make her home
found ready to wait on customers at
there for the present.
her millinery shop on Main s'reet.
The Legislature at the late ses.Mon
Miss Francis Myer, principal of the .
i
passed
a new fence law. All “worm”
public school, has so fur recoverei 1
from her sickness as to resume her seep- j fence must be five feet high to tho top
i of “rider,” or top rail. Other kinds of
Men are now employed in repairing fence must be four and a half feet high
I except fence3 of turf, which must bd
the big ditch wh’ch lea Is from Ash­
four feet, with trench
land creek to tbe mines a few miles be- ;
l_Ojf tQW£.
The friendly face of Mr. Clark Taylor
We also understand
that the old noted beef buyer ot Lake
county, Freeze, is in, collecting a band
of bttf cattle for the California mar­
ket.
I
Thero was a meeting of settlers a
short time since, with the view of or­
ganizing a school district on Tale lake
Bat as there was no definite action tak­
en, we will have to inform you at some
future writing.
Our genial friend Trapper Conner, of
Shasta Valley, is in our soetion looking
after his interest in 3 band of cattle.
There Las bseu q ii'.o an addition to
mir settlement within the last year.
There beiug not less than nine settlers
located iu our neighborhood. We will
give their name», where located, and
where hailed from, so far as wo know:
Hammond Bros., on Tale Lako, from
Ashland, Oregon; T. Dodd, two miles
north of the river in tho foot bills,from
Monterey, Cflifornia; Vim. Osborne,
on the river two miles above tlia Like,
from Willamette valley; A. T. Dood,
ODe half mile above Osborne’s, on the
river, from Monterey, California. The
next above is Mrs. Ann Grigsby, of
Jacksonville; Mr. Stukle, three miles
above, from near Linkville; Mr. Gso.
Kelley, on opposite side of river, from
Stukle’s; R ittler, one half mile above,
from Cdiforuia; one mile above Lone
Piue, Mr. James Tobin, from - Klamath
river, near Merganser
George T. Baldwin,
Produce Market.
—Dea’er in—
We note to-day eggs,batter and dried
plums scarce, and in demand.
z
STOVES, TIN AND HARDWARE.
THE ASHLAND
WOOLEN MILLS
—ARE NOW MAKING -
FROM
THE VERY BEST NATIVE WOOL
BLANKETS,
This column
FLANNELS,
CASSIMERES,
wall
be “chock” full, when
DOESKINS,
Dr. Chitwood gets his
AND HOSIERY.
p
ÄC CALIz
BY J. kJ.
a co.
-
Wheat per bushel...............
60c ts
Oats
“
“ ............. ..
50 ••
LINK VILLE, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON.
Corn meal per lb...............
03 •*
o-----
Flour per M........................... $17 50
Bran per ton..........................
12 60
Mixed feed per ton.............
18 00
Always on hand a go od asrortmenl of
14 “
Side bacon per ib...............
Hams
“ “ ..............
IG “
NAILS, BOLTS,
Shoulders “ “ .............
12 “
Lard
“ “ ...
15 “
LOCKS, SCREWS, SAWS,
Butter
“
.............
25 “
Onions
“ *• .............
02 “
FILES, BUCKSAtVS,
Potatoes
“ “ ..............
01
Eggs per doz........................
HAY FORKS, KNIVES. SHOVELS.
15 “
Dried apples per H>...........
08 ••
HATCHETS, TABLE AND POCKET
“ peaches “ “ ...........
•15 “
“ plums
“ “...........
15 “
CUTLERY OF ALL KINDS.
Hides, each..........................
2.00
Deer i-kiDS per lb........... .
18 “
Soap, Ashland Factory per
box...................................
1.50
Wool per tt>..........................
HAZARD & DUPONT’S
Wool sacks, eaoh.................
75
Ashland blankets per pair
from....................... SG.50 to
Rifle, Engle, Duck ami Diamond grain
“ Flannel......................
50
•
Power.
“ Socks..........................
50
new goods on
CAP3, WADS, SHUT, ETC.,' ETC.
PATRONS,
THE ASHLAND
MIL
A LARGE VARIETY
o—
WE WILL CONTINUE TO PURCHASE WHii^’T
—or—
-
Tinware and Sheet-ironware, both prcised
and Beamed.
OLD AND NEW.
—ALSO—
-
THE HIGHEST MABKET PRICE,
«
All those that have not got their
Winters supplies laid in, are hustling
around getting ready to make the trip
to the valley while the weather is fav-
orab'e.
A GATE IRON WARE,
Are iuvited to pend itt their orders
and are assured that they shall
receive prompt attention at
prices that defy competition.
ETC., ETC.
G/ie/
ALWAYS
OPEN FOR TRADE
Lard,
Bacon,
Hams,
Eggs and Butter.
J. D. FOUNTAIN
AT
ETC., ETC.
New To-Jay
OF
FOR CASH
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE.
Table
and Pocket
Cutlery.
KIND
OF
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A
CK E
r «S
c r A
W
BOOTS
AND
HAT8, CAPS,
General Merchandise
Paints and Oils,
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS AND WADS OF THE
BEST STANDARD BRANDS
DRY GOODS,
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots
and Shoes
Of Every Variety,
3-46.
L. S. P. MARSH,
A F. SQUIRES,
J. R. BURK
AT THAT.
all Kinds and Discriplion
BACON, BEANS, DRIED FRUIT. COFFEE, SU­
GAR, RICE, TEAS, SALMON, SAR­
DINES, OYSTERS SAL-
EAR AI US. CANDLES, SriCES, FLA­
VORING EXTRACTS, PA I ENT MEDICINES Etc.
E
tlDnaanm»
<35)911111 31 mi all
[nia vS]
AND
D*. H. t. INLOW
FLANNELS.
YARN,
SOCKS.
BLANKETS,
SHIRTS and CASSIMERES,
VERYTHING in our line kept constant
ly on hand and sold al the
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FURNITURE, SASH, BLIND
DOOR AND MOULD­
ING
0 f
Ashland Factory Goods. |
AND FURNISH A FIRST-CLASS ARTICLE
PLANING MILL.
STATIONARY
THAN THEY CAN BE PROCURED ELSE­
WHERE,
ID. 1. FA BLOW
CITY DRUG
MARSH & CO.
[I7-3m
GRANFIE
STREET,
OREGON.
ASHLAND
= 0 =
HARGADHEi LATTA.
J. CHANDLER.
NEW SAW MILL.
Tie
Druggists and Apothecaries
Lowest Living Rates.
Come and see Us.
FACTORY STORE.
INLOW & FARLOW
«LbfCiiber hi Ting completed 11« Saw Mi
Two miles South-West of
Main Street, Ashland,
1« now prepared to furn'.eh the best quali .y of lum
*. e*h Drug« of all kind« kept constantly on hand
ber, In quantities to tult purchaeers, at tbe very
LOWEST
All kinds of Planing, Moulding,
Turning, Circular and
PAINTS
Scroll Sawing.
Furniture and Ornamental
Carving, Etc. Done
to Order.
jEWTiirniture. Sash, Doors. Blinds and
Moulding C'insinn'h on hand
and made to order.
:0o
Wa will contract to de-ign and erect
L1YING P.ATE8,
-ALÊO-
0
GIVE HIM A TRIAL
OILS
DYE-STUFF
SOAP
AND
SEE
I F
HE
CAN
GIVE
YOU
Perfumery, and all kinda of
Satisfaction
PATENT MEDICINES
42-3-
John Chandler.
CáT* PR ESCRIPTION 8 cirefully compounded,
•nd hune bui gemine, rii elei need.
6S“Price» a» low *• the Urne» will Justify.
W eight ' s B eard , S calp and D andruff
C mi oi Ni»”forccs heavy Mustache or Beard
ou tlie sin< othest face in from Iweity to
thirty days. It never fails. No po-sible in­
jury to the skin. Easily applied and certain
in effect. In will a'so remove Dandruff and
prevent Baldneu. I am the sole agent for
this compound. Per package, post paid,
25 cents. Two packages 40 cents. Address
(i. B. Litchfield, Illinois. Please state whal
paper you seen this advertisement in.
[nlG ! y.
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CHEAPER
ETC.
11-TF.
S,
They all take It. — Wbeh tbe system
is run t own to that extent that yon pass
ah epless nights, are nervous and irritable,
have g oomy foreboding-, sour stomach,sick
One door South cf tbe U. S. L md Office, headache and Coaled tongue, do not enroll
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
yourself a3 high private in tbe rear rank-,
under General Debility, but cheer up’arif
try White’s Prairie Flower, the Great Liver
Panacea, now for sale in every city anil
town on ti e Continent No medicine ever
Tbe largest and BEST SELECTED stock compounded, is half the equal for the cure “
ever offered to the people ot Easorn Ore-' of DYBPEP.-’I \ and LlVLli COMPLAINT.
gon. Consisting of
It has a specific pow er. over the liver, it nd
by curing the liver, Dyspepsia and all other
diseases arising from it, vanish as if by
magic. Sample bottlei are sold nt tbe kinjilt .
HARDWARE,
price of 25 cents, that will convince you al
STOVES,
its merits. Large size bottles. 75 cents; for’
WRINGERS,
Rile by
C nitwoo :» & A tkinson .
NAILS,
TUBS ,
—Twenty five large site F’eiAimel Chro­
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY. mo Motto Cards, no two al|ke. with name in
gold, postpaid t<-n cents. Addfepgr G. B.
Lite ¡.field, Litchfield. III. Please state wli*t
paper you saw thi. adverlisment in. DclX
A C omplete L ine O f
SHOES,
[V ol .
Lake View Stese.
A LARGE STOCK OF
AND DISPOSEOF THEM
Wapierk Anderson.
OULD announce to the people of
Go se Lake valley and vicinity, that
1 ey are receiving at the
anti Stats»
Cigars 'and Tobacco.
CANDIES, NUTS AND TOYS,
TOBACCOS,
Mrs. Dr. Ella Ford Robinson. And Notions in Great Variety.
Selling off Cheap
EVERY
MILL PRICES«
Hargadine & Latta.
BEST PENS andGENUINE INKS
u» Admin.etrator of » «i t e-l *’e.
J. Q. L atta .
C. II. II acuadine ,
Notice. General Merchandise,
Giren under my h .nd th e 28 h <1 it of Or. 1878.
where sawdust had falleu from time to
no21-lw
W. r. L uwky , A uinirt r.
time through a crevice in the floor, ac­
cumulating in a heap between the
beams; that it absorbed some spilled
Take a walk '. Bat when you get to oil, burst into a flitne, and nearly des
the m’idbol*, pass by on tbe other troyed tbe building.
side ! It is just north of the M. E
Dr. Robinson and wife of Jackson
Church, and hard by D. Chapman’s
DISEASES OF WOMEN
ville favored ns with a friendly call on
old barn.
A Speciality.
Tuesday. Though “one flesh” this
Miss Lneila McBride has returned
couple are h” > phytici ini and the gen­
after un absence of several months,
)fli :e and residence al Judge Duncan’s.
tlemanly M. D. has indued fonnd <a
and will resame her labors as special
Jackson ville, Oiegon-
teacher of painting and drawing iu tbe I “help nuet for him” professionally as
Novetnber 15th, 1878 if
well as socially. Seo Mrs. Dr. R »bin-
Ashland Academy.
son’s card iu ano tlier column. While
Business iu Vancouver land office is
her husband makes the treatment cf
now very brisk —more lively than
nt rvons and chronic diseases a speciali­
it has been in many months, and more
ty
in his practice this lady will carry to
new entries of land are being made I
her suffering Histers, both needful sytn
than ever before.
patby and well attested professional
Dr. W. Jackson, the experienced Ì skill.
dentist, will visit Ashland on tbe the
20th inst. and remain uutil Dec. 14.
Few men have displayed in business
Our citizens should get their mouths a greater degree of the “gift of conti­
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
in shape for his reception.
nuity,” as C. B McDonald would say.
CLOTHING, BOOTS,
H. C. Hill returned from a trip to than has John Chandler, tbe raw mill
AND SHOES.
Kerbyville on Tuesday. He was on man. He started out in Ashland with­
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
Masonic business and had a very pleas­ out means, but by dint of close atten­
tion
to
business
and
tbe
most
rigid
ant time among tbe brethren aud tbe
economy, fiaally became tbe owner of
rest of tbe folks in Josephine.
In addition to their full stock of a little saw mill, capable of culling
nearly everything else that is useful otove wood aud fence paling. From STOVES, TINWARE, HARDWARE,
McCall & Baum have displayed a fine this small beginning.be has at last be­ I
lot of stoves aud tinware which are came the sole possessor of the tine saw
¿narked in paoin figures and low down. mill located on Ashland creek, a mile
above the town. His saw is now kept
PAINTS CILS ANO G l ASS
Corlies Merritt, an old time Ashland
up to 3 business temperature, almost
jte, and Mr. Wm. H Leeds, both prac­
constantly, and orders are neither few
Cheaper than any other House
tical newspaper men. arrived in Ash­
nor far between, We confideLtiy com-
in Ashland.
land on Wednesday last and will per­
mend the example to our young men
haps abide With us for some time to
who do not fully appreciate the vir-
L ard C ans ........... 15. D ollars per. 100
>»ome.
tues of “stick-to ativeness.”
W ater B uckets ......................... 50 cents.
We observe that John B. R. Hutch- i
Co rrespondciicc.
iags is amplifying his glove factory j
considerably.
This business can be ¡
Winchester Repeating Rifles from
developed to very respectable propor-
T ule L ake , O regon ,
tions, and John B. R. is the man to
Nov. 4th, 1878.
I
make it go.
As
it
has
been
some
time since I
1
S»e the now ad. of B. F. Reaser, one wroto, I take this opportunity to give
of our most enterprising merchants. you a few items from this part of tbe
Mr. R. keeps an extensive stpek of sago brush country.
i
Extra Bo ton **jrnp.
goods in great variety, which be is
Tbe weather for tbe Jaat three weeks
prepared I d place on the market at
has been fine, with warm days, and
very reasonable figures.
cool frosty nights; but the sky is now
Wo have seen work by Mrs. Hemp-
overcast with clouds and looks favor­
biil which indicates that she is au ex­
able for rain.
pert iu the dresa making line. Those
Our neighbor, Mrs Buddy, has re­
wi-lniig such work done in the very
best manner will do well to call at her turned from the Bartlett Springs
B. F. REESER.
residence on Grauite street.
much improved ip DealtJj;.
Ashland, Oreg. Nov. 15, 1878 tf,
FLOUR, FEED &c,
BACKS.
JENSEN & IrFLAND,
Administrator
And IFitl Deliver
STOVE GRATES,
The greater part of tho settlers aie
making preparations for sowing con-
sulerablu grain this Fail and next
Spring. We are determined to give
our valley, a thorough trial and I think
Samuel Harvey Walker mndo a busi­ appeared in our office a few days since, before another year you will hear of
W. II. ATKINSON
ness trip to Ashland this week. He and shed light and comfort upou us. this I art of Lake Co. proving to be a
reports things tranquil in his part of Paying for three copies of the T idings , good grain growing section. Yours,
YREKA, CALIFORNIA,
two of which were for friends in the
Lake county.
L.T.
Authorized Agent for me, has full pow­
Bonnett 1,000.000, has made severa east, Mr. Taylor 6ets an example we
er to transact any and all business
tripe to Lake county this season and is pronounce worthy of imitation.
connected with the
much pleased with that fast develop­
The spirit of “Rinser” has not yet WELCII <>.i Grin te Scree’. Ashland, Si’lhdav,
ing country.
Nov. 9 h littie e, n of Mr. & Mrr. Welch, sgtd a Jew
been exorcised on Wagner creek- The / d .ys over ihrej y i ir/
\
Wm.-P7*Hale, of Liukville, after so-
ASHLAND WOOLEN MILLS.
game has become as popular as ever 811ARTLE -At A «hl ind on S ituM-iy eveulng, Noy.
journicg«in Jacksonville and Ashland
■Jlh, 1878, Mr. J.Cub Sb irtle, agi d 63 years.
again and is sweeping everything be
TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY AKE
Mr. Sh ir le, usaily kna*ua8 “Unch J >ke,” was
for several days, returned to bis home I
fore it. So «ays a friend who partici wOl known io our citizens h winz been a resident of
on Monday last.
pated in the last grand carnival and our vilify sin» 1872. He wi* very reticent with
3-11
JA8. TIIOHNTON
Lost, by Miss Rosa Eubanks, a small was a witness to the hand some rebuke i respect to himself aul we h .ve been at le to gitlier
but
few
facts
relative
to
bis
history.
He
wrs
barn
gold cuff pin. Look out for it. If received by a young gentleman who
found please hand to Miss E. or leave was a little too ardent in his attentions | in OLi >,etn'gri el tn Cilifornia in 1852, sad from
, there toP.irthnd, Oregon, abaut a year af er, where
at tbe T idings office.
he remained until '72. Ui.cle Jake wae a m in of
to an independent Miss.
eterlirg worth anl will be sadly mi«>el by a 1 rge
Mr. Ramey of Sam’s Valley visited
circle of filends, lie watan oil and re»i»ected mem-
—Uua—
Happily
we
are
not
troubled
iD
our town this week and gave evideuce
j ber of the I. (). O. F. and was buried with the boners
of bis faith in tbe proverb; ’‘McCall America by the invidious caste dis­ I of th it order byAshl .nl Lodge. Portland papeis
A Baum's is a good place to buy goods. tinctions which often cramp aud shack I pie. re c ip> .
le real merit in the old world. Tuns it
TbaDksto a call from B^n Haymond,
was no reproach t) Gen Grant that be
.11 lllRIEI)
■o!
A U. H. represents
was a tanner, to Andrew Johnson that
some other “Rogue Riverers” who be­
OCHELTREE VIRGIL A ’he residence <>t the
he soled boots and shoes,to Millard Fill­
h: Lie- Unite, b_> Squire Wilborn Beeson. Robert R.
lieve iupaying for their paper. Ibanka.
OJiel’ree to uii.e.s,r.iU L. Virgil. M»y happiness
(0)
more that he was a wool-carder nor is
bj iLelrs through ¡lie.
—LE)3»tall®CP
Lieut. Duncan, U. S. A. and lady it less to the honor of one of the leal
FOR THE INFORMATION OF
tarried ia Ashland a while this week ing typos in tne T idings office that he
while en route to Fort Klamath, where is only a farmer.
tbe Lieut, is to bo stationed for the
DEALERS AND CONSUMERS,
IN the Prubjte Court, far the c uuty of Like, and
DRY-GOODS,
preeent. *
S awdust S cience .—Look out for Stile of O. egoj.
THEY WILL SAY THAT
In ih» m:r ter of the ee- . ; Notice of application
Our old friend P. Dunn E q smiled
G ROC ER 1 ES,
ST ATI0NÉÎIY,
sawdust. It is a dangerous article to tire o." Juo. G. Clark, de- J ' by Administrator for
on us tbti week and came out with five
ce.eed.
) ' piivilegM to ;e-ign.
strew on floors, or to keep ia any
« THEY KEEP CONSTANTLY ON BAUD
SCHOOL-BOOKS,
TO
ALI.
WHOM
IT
MAY CONCERN.
dollars for tbe benefit of tho T idings . quantity incombustible places. When
ICE B hereby tiren, ih J, at the D.<y>m'»er
Well dun-thou good and faithlal sub-
.Fr.)i i,fn.e l’.-.ib te C-ur . for the routry <f
impregnated with oil or grease, saw AW
Lik», 8’it» u’Oo-g .n, I. W. r. T.o»ry, Adiuhit-tri-
A LARGE SUPPLY
aeriber.
-— _
dust ia prone to spontaneous combus­ tor <4 tbe e-B'e of John G. Clark, d* c- o-e-1, w ill a>
ply
t<>
•
-1
.
o
ir
for
i
ernv.A-ioD
tu
re
Ig
»
u,y
j
osinoti
t K l . J. S. Herrin was perambulating
tion. English pipers report a case
the streets one day this week with a
small but dangerous looking carbine.
Won’t soae one please keep an eye ou
Mr. Herrin ?
CORHECTED WEEKLY
J. O. C. WtMK*
WIMER & WELLS.
J. WELL«
»1
k:nas of buildings.
When desirublc to
Cà5“8’ore one door «onth of the Pottcffice - od -
Practical IWiliwiights.
itose employing up , we will furnish all the peek« tbe A ah 1*1, d House.
Flouring mills, saw mills, quarts mills
ma’erial required for tie construction o
. ÖTDr.. H T I nlow can always be found at and nil kinds of mill mnehinerv put up t<-
ary tui'ding ready for occupancy. [n<>19lf he bure, nudy io attend. tu ÿrafe«»lvn*l call».
order in the very best style. All work war­
MARSH &. CO.
ranted. Satisfaction guaranteed. Addresi
4
T215MÍ3
FARLOW ii INLOW.
either, or both, at Ashland. Oregon. [29if.
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♦ ♦ ♦
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JilAt Received.— Wagner A Ander­
son have just teeeived a lot of farming mu-
cbir.ery, which will be exchanged for wheat
orca-h.
(no4tl)
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Notici* is hereby given that f»!l persons
are hereby foibe<]<len to use unlawful water
as is is needed at my mills at Phœnix.
P hilip W O lwfll .
(’limp Wood. — Julin Chandler lias
a big lot of good stove wood, art h’Ssaw mill,
which h>- will dispose of for tbe trifling sum
of il per load. Avail yourselves of tbs
chance to proctite your stovo wtol at such
bed rock rates.
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Take Notice. — Having dssolvefl
partnership with the P. of ll.Con and with
dwell, we desi:e all having accounts with
ns focili and solile tbe same wfth’cxsH^-
wheat nr note . Please attend to it at enee,.
as w e must close cur old books.
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U’ acner & ani tasov.
Dissolution,
OTICE IS HEREBY GB’EN, THAT
from and after this date, the co-part­
nership heretufote existing between Arno»-
Willits. A. I’. Hammon and A. E. Hammen.
under ti e firm name of Ilainm in, Willits &
<’oM b de-o ved by mutual conrent. Amos
Willits will continue the business and as­
sume all ind< b’edness < f the late firm, end
collect all out>tanding ind<btednert leh og
ing to the same.. >
Awa w flxrrs.
A. 1’. HAMNIOS.
A .Ei H amlojo ‘
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■ NOTICK.— All persons indebted to B.
F. Re’«er, especially by rotes nnd billker
o ig standing, aie notified to sett!« up
immediately and gave ousts. IJ F. R kb < k &
—“Ota N ew and EvKBY.ASTnG P ff F cwr r
is the b< si and cheapest pert Unie ever offered
‘o the ; ublic for perfuming wearing apparej.
letter puj er. etc., etc. Il is eve lasting, ani
gives'o liiifl’i, let'er pqer, and whateVlr
also you may wish, a rm st r<fii ed and pitas-
ent odor. If placed :n a drawer, uo matte;
» bat be thé contents, It will become rÿd’o-
lent in less than twenty uuntile*. Mailed
postage fie-* io any ad<ires« on receipt el
’he price. 25 cents Zddrrrs G. B. Litch­
field, Illiro’s. and please state what naj.«T
yon saw this notice in.
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Don’t Forget It — If J Oil arc troub
b*d with t ervousne*«, are disheartened, tired’
of life, fear d< a’h or feel out of sorts, na tt •
saying is, yon may safely conclude that sou
h ve the Dysptpsii or Liver Complkmt.
The liver is very «pt to becomo torpid thia
se son of tbe year, as prisons arising from
stagnant waler or decay ing vegetation, are
more numetotis and ate, through inhalations
■aksn into the b!o»d. Unless the liver ia
-trot g and active and furi ishes asupply nf
fresh and pm e blood to drive cut rhe impuri­
ties. the above mentioned symptoms aie
sure to follow and if n >t l ee’ed, may end.
in more ten ible diseases’and ihjutit. White’s
Prairie Flew er proves itself rhe Great Liver
Panacea. Its ..ction on the liver is difformt
bom anv medicine ever compounded. Itt
cures ure tiuly Monde ful. Try it. Price*,
twenty five cents and seventy five cen’b. F ex
sale by C hitwoop à .'. tm - nfon .
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