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HERE AND THERE.
Tlie survey of Link and Wood rivers
KLAMATH COl’XTY ITEMS.
Headquarters Burnside Post, G. A. R.
in Klamath county, with a view of ascer
FxiRrillt.il—In Linkville April 9th. 1886, to
BEPARTMINT OF 08EOON.
Sheriff Jacobs was in town Wednesday.
taining the advisability of their improve
Trout fishing is excellent in the river
A number of new houses are going up
Overland travel continues brisk.
...APRIL 16. 1S86
the w ife of J. E Fairchild, a daughter.
ment by the government as navigable at Linkville now.
All members of the O. A. R, in goed
Roads are still bad in the mountains. streams has been ordered,
standing are cordially invited to visit Burn*
and will no
Mr and Mrs J 8 McFadden, u son.
Henry Kersler, the Yreka druggist,
Examine the prices of Hunsaker & cisco yesterday.
Soticc to Stockholders.
side Post, which meets in the Masonic hall,
Read the Red House advertise- I doubt be made during the coming sum-
J. P. Brown <>f Phoenix made the T i
Ashland, every 2d and 4th Wednesday in
Dodge and see who is ahead.
A meeting of stockholders of Granite ment.
J. M. M c C all ,
dings a call yesterday.
There is promise of a larger immigra
Hall Building association will be hehl at
We stated last week that > dame rumor
Six pounds Arbnckles coffee for $1 at
tion to Klamath county this year than
the office of F. Newman in Masonic Hunsaker
had it that another exhibit would appear cattle in Harney valley have died this spending a day or two in town.
block, Ashland Or., on Saturday even
just before election. We have
—PERRY—At the residence of Tho«.
The dramatic troupe from the Fort WALKER
Supt. J. Brandt of the O. «V C R. It
Sheriff Jacrbs went to Grant's Pass I
ing, April 17th, at 7:30 P M.
Perry, near Grant's Puss April 2. 18s6 by orr
Salem will probably have her streets
changed our opinion in that res|>ect, as
J P, W It Walker aud Miss Mollie
By order of committee.
we think brother Leeds's exhibit will pie lighted by electricity before many nesday.
The new hall will be one of the most any exhibit our coteui may have set up. mouths.
Republican county convention meets at TRIPLETT—( II APIN'—At the Pioneer hotel.
Mrs. J. M, Tyler, of Emigrant creek,
prominent buildings in town.
Grant's Pass. Wednesday evening. April Till,
to-day, and the Democratic
1 sh 6, by V ( iilvig
Mr <’ W 'I ripletl and
The great prohibition leader will take
MANUFACTURER AND WND-WORKER,
Au incident of adventure which the improvements in h:s flouring mills near quinsy.
One eighth, or 10th., box crackers at
Miss Florence Chapin, both of Grave creek,
a hand in Oregon politics. As we go to
Tolman immigrant party had with the Gold Hill this season.
Miss Lizzie Murphy is teaching music
Shop on First Avenue, near Main 8t.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Duncan came in
pr» ss i^e are informed that the prohibi
M«’d<»cs near Clear Lake is given on the
tionist* have secured John F. St John.
The 0<ld Fellows will have a grand from Langell valley last week, for a short at Plevna, and Miss Vic McClellan is I
Al) protested city warrants are called first page of this issue. T
CERE Foil PILES.
teaching the district school there.
He wiU speak in the principal towns of in. See treasurer’s notice.
celebration nt R >sebitrg, as well as at visit here.
Z^iTWill make estimates and bids on all
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense
familiar t<> most of the older residents of
“Uncle Jimmy” Bryant, of Lnngell of weight in the back, loins and lower part buildings, public or private, and furnish
the stake. The tight for prohibition will
Freight charges between Ashland and tho valley, hut will be new to many of
Valley, one of the pioneers of the coun of the abdomen, causing the patient to all material, plans and specifications for
be mall e ’ in earnest.—[Roseburg Plain- Yreka are now 1| cts. per ft.
Don’t fail to call at J. D. Fountain’l county, came in from Linkville on a
ty, h.is gone to Missouri to visit his old
business trip last week.
neys or neighboring organs. At times,
The contracts for the two new bridyes and examine that 25-cent counter. Cal
t-vf Sash. Doors and Mouldings on band
Some fine salmon are being caught in
symptoms of indigestion are present, flatu and for sale at lowest rates.
in J’-sephine cunty were let this week
Rogue river and its blanches.
OAeen U. A. R. Post.
lency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A
Leeds have been spending several days
Immigrants are coming to Oregon and at the Soda Springs Hotel.
by the commissioners'court. The bridge
' »«“Genera! shop work done in short
U. 8 Hotel building in Linkville to AV. moisture, like perspiration, producing a
Following is a list of the officers of
Jacksonville has a juvinile brass hand, across Rogue River will cost §6064 and
very disagreeable itching, after getting order.
Washington Territory at the rate of one
Burnsule Post No. 23, G. A. R., of this of eight pieces—Adam Schmidt leader. that uver Applegate, $2490. We have
Mr. and Mrs. John Wells came in I. Nichols, who h is already removed it warm, is a common attendant. Blind,
thousand or more every week.
I-jF’Stair building a specialty.
place: Col. Commanding, J. M. McCall;
from Spiagtie river last week. Mr. and will utilize it in the buildings he is bleeding, and itching piles yield at once
The April rains hare interfered some not learned yet to whom the contracts
putting up in the Nichols addition to the to the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile
James Pelton, of Sam's valley, had a Wells will return within a few days.
Senior Vice, D. W. Matthews; Junior
I-iF'Al) work guaranteed to be first-class,
what with the building operations in wote awarded.
Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts and of latest designs.
horse fall on him a few days ago, and
Vice, Robert Po,>l; O. D , J H. Hyzer; town.
Mr. F. Hasty has been “on the shelf”
affected, absorbing the tumors, allaying
Four parties from Trail creek were was badly bruised, but not seriously temporarily this week with a severe and
Q. M , D. R. B. Wmniford; Surgeon, B.
the intense itching, and effecting a perma
The two saloon licenses issued Wed tried in Justice Fuudray’s Court and hurt.
Beiu'h; Chap., C. B. Stone; <>. M. 8.. J.
nent cure Price 50 cents. Address, the
Bticklcii’s Arnica Salve.
painful attack of muscular neuralgia
V. A. Dunlap has moved his family Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold
L. Penuiugton; O. G., J. W. Johnson; nesday bi ought $800 into the city I were fined from $20 to $40 each fur
The steamer Queen of the Pacific will
out to his ranch, about six miles east of
slaughtering deer for their hides. None be placed on the Portland and San Fran
A. Adj’t., Adin Spencer.
The best Salve in the world for cuts,
•♦ ♦ ♦•
R., came out on this week's freight again town.
bruises, sores, uloers. salt rheum, fever
One of our local prophets says we shall of them paid their fines and they are cisco route while the State of California with coin f.ir the boys along the road.
Pasture to Let.
sores, tetter, chapjied hands, chilblains,
working it out in the county jail at the is undergoing repairs.
Not a True Bill.
A gentleman named Stonebreaker, of
have no good weather till after Eister,
Good pasture to let on the Bauers coms, and all 6kin ci options, and positive
F. H. Lamb, division superin Colusa, Cal., has bought a ranch on Lost
A telegram to the T idings from the 25th.
place at tlie toot of Oak street, Ashland. ly cures piles, or no pay required. Il is
Judge G. W. Smith, of Linkville, is tendent of the W. U. Tel. Co., was in
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
Grant's Pass yesterday afternoon brought
The lecture to be delivered by Rev. preparing to open a general merchandise Ashland a day or two since on an official river, and will make it his future home
Apply to the undersigned.
Mr. B. Beach has leased the Pioneer
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
the information that the grand jury had
Rev. R. McLean received a diploma
For sale by J. H. Chilwood & Son’s.
returned not a true hill in the case of Hotel, on Oak street, t<> take possession next Tuesday evening is one which is
of merit for the display of tine grain sent Ashland, Or., July 30, 1885.
to San Francisco to purchase a stock of
Mrs. Pauline Rea will start next Mon to the New Orleans exhibition from his
Wm. Bybee, held upon the charge of May 10th.
interesting to young and old alike. It goods.
day with her two little boys for San farm at Naylox.
Fresh lard in buckets, warranty good,
murder. Mr. Bybee was, of course, dis
Still groceries left which will be sold was very favorably received when heard
for $1, at Clayton & Gore's.
charged from custody, upon the receipt below first cost l>y Caro Bros., in Rees several months ago, and will undoubted
Chas. Feldt aud W. Barnett picked Diego, Cal., for a visit of some length
Wm. Steel, foreman of the Big Klam
of this report from the grai d jury. er's Block.
up a 16-ounce nugget the other day on there.
ly draw a good audit nee again.
ath ditch company, informed us a day or
Nothing fuither concerning the case has
old Slug Bar, on Althouse creek. That
Sur^yyor General Tolman was in Ash two since that they would have the ditch
The new dwelling house of M’S. Houck
In printing the Republican primary famous old bar for big nuggets is evident land a day or two last week, He has
J jellies at Burckhalter & Hasty's.
reached us yet.
thoroughly cleaned.out and ready for the
will greatly improve the appearance of convention held in Ashland last week ly full of them yet.—[Courier.
been ill for a short time, but is about water in about two more weeks.
the T idings inadvertently omitted a
A new lot of tin and granite ware at
To the Public.
well again then.
A Ciay Center, Kansas, man writing
A very pleasant and enjoyable card
resolution instructing the delegates to
We wish to say to our patrons and
A. E. Schwatka, one of the old pin- party was given at Mrs. Judge Smith's
under date of April 3d siys: “Thirteen
A Rare Bargain.
Nature s own remedy, Oregon Kidney
the public generally that we have just f and supper at Woodville on the evening lion who would favor the nomination of families will leave here for Oregon about I neer residents of Yreka, has gone t<> parlors Thursday evening, in honor of
Two acres of land on Granite street, Tea.
marked our goods below the cut rates of of May 30th.
May 10th. The snow is three inches
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hutchinson, of set in a variety of the best fiuit tier s and
D. P. Thompson fur Governor.
all our competitors and ask you to call
extensive mining eutei |»i ise there.
The total rainfall at Yreka from Sept.
deep here and is still falling.”
who are making a short visit bellies. Place «ill pi oduce enough fiuit
Buy two hox3S of bluing for 20c. at
The pocket flask quotations, which
and price the same, latfoie buying else 1, 1885, t<> the 12th of this month is
Prof. J. W. Merrit of Jacksonville has to the city.
the Red House.
where. We are the leading grocers in 16.25 inches.
accepted the invitation to deliver the an
fore part of the week have dropped
$1 buys 13 ft«. of best island rice at
the city, and shall not allow our prices
nual address at the commencement exer
year’s growth, cut from a plum tree in one. Apply to
G. F. B illings .
People up from Grant's Pass report back into the dullness of yore, since the Alturas last week to be hanged on a day cises of the state university in June.
Huiuaker A Dodge’s.
to be beaten by any house in Southern I
his nursery, that had i attained the
lively times there m building and other city council made the fortunate discov yet to be named by the court. The case
Philip C. Miller, "if Antelope, camo
Choicest Blended tea at the Red House
Eleven pounds ”f dry granulated sugar
ery that the thirty-live affidavits of the has been appealed to the supreme court. over the mountain Tuesday morning af extraordinary length of ten feet. Ami
F arlow A* M iller .
per pound can; quality guaran
Ashland Or., April 12, 1886.
Say* The Dalles Times Mountaineer: ter a physician for his father. Rev. A. but a stock country!
Nice line of straw hats at your own rennmstrators were nut admissible.
The candidates f >r the different county Miller, whose health is again veiy poor.
price—must be sold—at Caro Bros.,
Change of Quarters.
At a tire meeting held Saturday even
Climax tobacco 12 ox., 40c. per plug,
Fordyce place in Medford precinct a fine offices are so numerous that we have U"t
S. L Daniels, the horse buyer, arrived ing, Ajiril 3. a committee consistin'.' of
at Hunsaker & Dodge s.
The undersigned would announce that
in town again this week fr«un California, G. W. Smith, J. F. Kertchem and C. S. I the school house at Medford next Sunday
Farmers can't complain of this spring
he had left th- planing mill on Granite so far ns favorable weather for growing the stock ranch of Wells Bros, and Slade successful ones can be crowded in almost and will purchase more good h ises iii
A tine line of Rogers Bros'. A 1 cut
M.t ire was appointed to solicit subscrip ! inoruiiiK and evening, in lieu of Mr Sinipsoii
street, and ¡its headquarters are now at
in Sprague river valley, Klamath county. any space.
lery to be sold without reserve at Caro
the valley if he can find them for sals. tions for the purchase of a pump on of tlie M E church.
gram is concerned.
the new shop which he huilt on first
The horse is one of the handsomest
Rev W G Simpson will preach in the Ash Bios., Reeser’s block, Ashland, Or. x
Mr. Gilbert, who has been working
Lovett ami Charley Frizell started wheels, ladders ami a tire bell, as a pro- land
Two Yreka teamsters, F. J. Root and young grade Percherons raised here.
Avenue. While at the factory he made
M E church ilex Sunday. April 18th. ni«
this week for Butte creek valley, Siski tectiun against fire in the future.
Rend the R< d House advertisement
regular appointment at Medford being luet by
A. Wnherill, loaded at the Ashland de
up a large amount of sash, doors, mould
The up train yesterday morning did river, in company with the Captain, you county with a load of farming im-
and read it carefully.
mgs, etc., and now offers the same at re pot last Wednesday.
yt. E. <' hi - kcii .—Regular service« every Sun
talks of starting a garden further up the phments, seed grain, etc., prepared
duced rates for cash. Persons wishing
day, al II a . m and 7 i*. m Sunday School
Deviled ham, turkey, chicken and
The street committee call for bids
river, where he thinks he can success to improve their land claims there.
If your avocations are mentally or phys 9:30. Rev W. G. Simpson will preach at Med tongue at B. A Hasty's.
to purchase anything of the kind should for the contract to build cross walks en o’clock, having been delayed by a land
ford on the 3d Sunday in each month.
fully raise oranges and other citrus
call on me and examine stock.
the line of new sidewalk.
P resbyterian t'lifRcn.—Preaching morn
Francisco, may visit Shasta and Siskiyou
Safe insurance of all kinds at lowest
C. W. A yers .
tine you to the desk, and are of a nature to ing and evening at the usual time. Sunday rates. G. F. Billings.
Ashland keeps up its reputation by e<l above the track ami the train men ex
Perfect soundness of body and mind Counties—Ins old “stamping ground” involve wear anil tear of brain, and ner School at 9:30 A. M.
when he lived with the Indiana—before vous strain, you may occasionally reqn.re
Rev. J. V. Milligan, pastor.
leading all the towns of Southern Ore pected trouble ami another delay on the is possible only with pure blood. Lead
Another supply of those wine colored
Roseburg*'« New Register.
down trip last night.
gon in bnilding improvements.
ing medical authorities indorse Ayer's he returns t<> Ins log hut in Washington some r--novating tonic. Hostetter's Stom I B aptist C hi p.eii.—Preaching at Ashland suits received at Blount's.
Mr. Chailes W. Johnston, who was ap
ach Bitters is the article for you, it stimu morning ami evening every .-unday exci pt the
Advice received at Portland from New Sarsaparilla as the best blood-purifying City.
“Life in the Highlands of Scotland.”
lates the failing energies, invigorates the first in each month. Preaching al Mudlord on
Older blanks for Eagle Mills at Clay
pointed register of the land office at
each tm nth.
body and cheers the mind. It enables the the first Sunday in Rev.
ton A Gore's, Hunsaker «St Dodge's, or at
Roseburg on Wednesday, as announced
system to throw oil the debilitating effects
in the “Oregonian's ’ dispatches, has been C lurch next Tuesday evening.
Linr.r.At. II it I.. T ai ent -Liberal Sunday the office of G. F. Billings. Orders left
fer of the Oregon & California R. R. to ers of both hand and biain.
this week, en route for the Willamette. of undue fatigue, gives renewed vigor to School
meets for Bible study and discussion at these places will receive prompt atten
a resident of Portland for three years,
the organs of digestion, arouses the liver I eV« ry Sunday
Prospectors haven't been finding the the Central Pacific company are near
at J1AM. Cordial invitation to
J. O. Allen, county surveyor, returned
E agle M ills .
during which time he was engaged as head weather quite so balmy in the mountains ing consummation, and the prospeet is
daily expected to hear who will be his people whose pursuits are sedentary, re everyone.
bookeeper for W. S. Mason and Mason, during the past week or ten <1 lys.
that some work upon the extension south of land north of Alkali valley. He re
news the jaded appetite, and encourages
Ehram A Co. Mr. Johnston is a brother
of Ashland will be done this season.
Mr. C. S. Enger, of the Bloomington, healthful repose. Its ingredients are safe,
of the late George Penn Johntson, the
and its credentials, which consist in the
Among the improvements recently settling in Alkali valley, and that they I III., nurseries, returned from Klamath hearty endorsement of persons of every
well known Pacific coast journalist, who thanks for the kindness and assistance
made at the S<>da Springs Hotel are the have sent agents on ahead to pick out
class of seciety. are most convincing. Ad
died in San Francisco in 1883. He is a shown them in their recent affliction.
ple of the lake country preparing to set mirably is it adapted to the medical wants I
good citizens, a democrat to the back
J. H. Hoffman will return to Link- bathing arrangements, the plumbing and the most desirable lands.—[Linkville out many fruit trees, mostly apples, of
bone. and wi>l make an efficient officer. vi'le this week, to resume his place in fitting for which was completed last week Star.
the establishment of Baldwin A Forbes. by B. F. Reeser. Abundance of hot
A gentleman from Dakota by the name
State Senator J. C. Carson, of Mult
and cold water for constant use in the
While money is close, wages and prices
0. 11. Blount has just received the bath rooms is supplied, and the arrange of Bostwick has inaile arrangements for nomah county, one of the stockholders low,
ex]M-nses should be cut down in every
the purchase of the Breslauer addition
finest line of men's ami boys' clothing. ments are first-class in every respect.
of the Sugar Pme Door A Lumber C”., household. Economy, the watch word for
A Waldo correspondent of the Grant’s hats and caps, ever brought to Southern
of Grant's Pass, and A. F. Wheeler, mothers, head off « octor bills by always
If any of the following named persons his family, and says he will bling out
Pass Courier, under date of April 2d, ' Oregon.
Assistant Secretary <>l State, visited the keeping in the house a Imttle of Dr. Bo
will communicate with the Postmaster several families who will locate 20-acre Sterling mines last week.
sanko's Cough and Lung Syrup. Stops a
writes the following significant communi- I
DURING TIIE SEASON OF 1886
cough instantly, relieves consumption,
cation to th.it paper, intimating a sus- 1
George T. Baldwin, of Linkville, is in cures croup ami pain in the clieHt in one Jrj?" The following horses will be at my ranch one mile north of Ashland, Oregon:
owned by Robt. Westrop of this valley, thing to their advantage: John M. to fruit. —[Free Press.
picion of a certain young man, whose 1
town this week, looking after the ship night. It is just the remedy for hard times.
name is not given :
The Oakland Cement Company, of
Price 50 cents and $1. Samples free. Sold
fi,ie Percheron-Norinan stallion, combining size,
and '56; Miller Judd and Hirum K. Oakland Oregon, has filed articles of in ment of a large amount of freight for i by J H Chitwood & Son.
You are awate that there are a great Union county.
and kind disposition and whose colts are un
many lies in circulation now concerning I
Persons ordering packages from the
corporation with the Secretary of State. «<mv*>y»nce and Mr. Ustick returned
Wild Cherry and Tar.
the Bybee homicide. That’s the way; 1 East will save time and money by calling
J. H. Shupe, C. W. Clabonrne, A. F. with him from Klamath county.
add insult to injury. A certain young I at the express office for shipping instruc
Every body knows the virtues of Wild
Brown, E. J. Page and J. H. Mahoney
('^ra8ian-Percheron) weight 1250 fts., combining
Mr. H. B. Carter is spending some
and Tar as a relief and cure for any
man in this section is accused of causing ■ tion stickers.
W. C. Myer ha» just shipped a beauti are the corporators. The object of the time at his place in the southern part of Cherry
action, endurance and good disposition, and
much of the trouble lietween Tom and
This is election year, and taxes will ful Jersey heifer to Mrs. Miller, of concern is to manufacture hydraulic town, su|>erinteiiding its improvement, bined with these two ingredients are a few whose colts make the finest carriage, road and “ all purpose ” horses.
Bill Bybee. The same young man it j
not be delinquent till the first of May, Grants Pas«, wife of Senator H. B. cement, and to dispose of the same. having returned several weeks ago from simple healing remedies in the composi I
was thought was seen sneaking around i
the county court having extended the Miller of Josephine county. The heifer
Klamath county farmers are unable to a visit to the Puget Sound Country. tion of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung
M rs. Tom Bybee's house the night after !
is “Naomi s Pi ide II” a yearling and one obtain as much seed grain as they want, Mrs. Carter is expected out from Iowa Syrup, making it just the remedy for hard
limit for one month.
tunes. Price 50 cents and $1. Samples
the killing of Torn Bybee, and the tracks ,
of the finest ever bred in Oregon. She
free. Sold by J H Chitwood A Sons.
found in the yard correspond to his !
The recent cold, stormy weather has is also a regular beauty and a great without shipping it in from adjacent I again early :n the summer.
A young man calling himself Fred
Thia same young man is accused of been very rough upon young lambs, ami pet, and will undoubtedly be the es|>ecial counties this spring. More grain was
Excitement in Texas.
burning Tom Bybee’s hen house last fall sheep owners report considerable logs prnle of her new unstress, as well as of raised in the county last year than ever Hudson, who had been in Ashland sev-
Great excitement has been caused in the
before, but the large increase in the pop eral months, left town suddenly re
during the absence of Tom Byliee. from some of their band in this valley. Naomi.
vicinity of l'ans, Tex., by the remarkable
Don't r'lisp a half-breod Shetland for vour child you love so much, it would cost a
recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so few dollars and give the child too much (?) happiness.
Lookout, young man, you are watched
The tight for tho nomination fr«r sher
J. P. Pollard one of our old miners
transaction has made himself liable to a helpless he could not turn in bed, or raise
by the people of this section. The peo iff on the Democratic ticket in Klamath
penitentiary sentence slmuld he fall into his head: everybody said he was dying of
ple of this section demand the punish cunty is between .1. M. Childers and on Wolf creek, lias sold his interest in sharper than was anticipated.
consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's
ment of whoever may be guilty of the I “Cur ly” Webb, and is said t<> be close. a good paying claim down here and left i
Glanders has obtained a font-hold the meshes of the Oregon law.
New Discovery was sent him. Finding re
low down cowardly act of killing Tom .
Mr. L. Stacy started Tuesday evening lief, he bought a large Isittle and a box of
among the horses in Humboldt county
J. D. Fountain, having decided to re- in-law. The <>ld man has been an in Cal. An exchange
of last week says:
for Iowa, to settle some business matters l>r. King's Life Pills; by the time he had
dustrious and useful citizen of this coun “Since the investigations of Dr. Carpen connected with the sale of property taken two boxes of pills and two bottles of
I ' move to Linkville in the near future,
will for the next sixty days offer his large ty for many years, has endured many ! ter, at Eureka, regarding glandered there owned by him and recently sold. the Discovery, he was well and had gained
in flesh thirty-six pounds. Trial bottles of
| stock of merchaiiilise on hand nt actual hardships in developing our mineral re horses, all the animals condemned have As he is an experienced and enthusiastic tin- Great Discovery for consumption free
A very pleasant progressive euchre I CoSt.
sources, and we are glad to know there been killed, and others are being shot, cattle man, we should not be surprised at Chitwood A Son's
party was given by Miss Anstie Roper at
are better things in the future for him. when it is ascertained that they have to see him bring back some tii.e stock
Some $9000 to $10.000 of this year's — [Courier.
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. Roper
Would nnnonme to the public that ho has purchased the Marsh planing mill
Pasture to Let.
with him next summer.
contracted this fatal disease.”
last Thursday evening, the second to oc county tax remain yet unpaid, but it is
and sash and door factory on
C. S. Sergent, senior
Pasture to let on the Harg idine ranch
cur in Ashland. Twenty euht guests likely that a considerable portion of this
A new time schedule went into effect
at $1 per head per month. Apply to A.
were entertained, and at the end of the will be paid in before the end of this row. A full delegation will probably I > on the California & Oregon R. R. last firm of Sergent Bros.,
g<> from Ashland—fourteen. Ashland Thursday. By the new table the up pas ville the first of the week, to look after T. Kyle, Jr., or George Hargadine.
play the prizes were awarded as follows: month.
swings the big delegation in the Republi- I
And is prepared to do promptly all work in the line of planing, moulding, and
business interes's there. Mr. S. will Ashland, Or., April 16, 1886.
1st prize for ladies, to Miss Anna Amler-
Messrs. Sylvester Patterson and Ad. can convention now. If the Repuhs. i senger train arrives in Redding at 4:45 p.
M., remains 20 minutes for supper, and continue to reside at Phoenix during the
soi’.; first prize for gentlemen, Ralph. T I Graham went over to Beaver creek this
were only in a majority in the county leaves at 5:03 for Delta, arriving there at summer, bu’ Ins brother, J. C. Sergent,
Vining; highest number of points—lady week to make preparations for another what a political town we would have.
Will keep on hand a good stock of
6:55 p. m . Leaves Delta at 7 a . M , ar will move out to Linkville this spring, to
Miss Ida Beach — gentleman, J. 8. Eu season's work in the hydraulic mines of
As it is, im>st of the political fun mint
rives in Redding at 8:45 a . M. ; remains take charge of the store.
booby prizes, H. T Chit Patterson Bros.
stoves and can give lower tigurers than
he had before the election—about that 20 minutes for breakfast, leaving at 9:05
wool and Mis. Geo. Engle.
any other dealers in Ashland.
The Testimony of a Physician.
The Klainath Star announces that it time the Democrats usually step in and a . M. The freight arrives at Delta at
four prizes were pretty fancy articles of
W il LAKD & El BANKS.
James Beecher, M. D , of Sigourney,
the handiwork of the hostess, with hand- will be enlarged in about a month.
3:15; leaves Delta at 6 p. m .
Iowa, says: “For several years I have
painted decorations by her skillful brush. Glad to note this evidence of its pros
H. C. Messenger announces among
Smoke the Henry Clay cigars, only 5c.
The Chinese are leaving Crescent City
Will ftirni«h lumber of all kinds, either rough oi dressed, in quantities to suit
The bo«>by prizes were also Oregon pro perity. It certainly has an excellent our new advertisements that he has taken as rapidly as they can settle up their bus been using a Couah Balsam, called Dr. each at Blount's. Sold everywhere for
possession of the Marsh planing mill on iness. Chinatown now assumes the ap
ducts —one a rare and highly prized bulb
of soft, red-blown color and of posi
The Sentinel <>f last week says: An- Granite street and will carry on business pearance of a deserted village, their be in almost every case throughout my prac
Nature s own remedy, Oregon Kidney
tive, pungent qualities which make it | other engine of greater horse power has in tho line of general wood-working ami ing only now and then a Mongol to be tice I have had entire success. 1 have
Following are cash psicei for work: Planing, $3 per M.; Planing and matching.
highly prized as a com|>onent part of the I been put in the quartz mill and opera-
seen in that neighborhood. Many of
$4.50 per M.: Mouiuiug, J4 c^Dt per inch, per ft.
For wool sacks and twine, go
great Anglo Saxon-Nurnian-American i tions will be resumed next week on line of sash, doors, blinds, moulding, etc., the houses are deserted and their doors since the days of my army practice
Oregon, April 16, 1886.
dish called hash. It was received with I quartz from the “New Eldorado.”
barred ami the blinds “pulled down.”
M ess6Hgt*r i«^ an enterprising ami ener- Nearly all the citizens <>f the place and No. 7, Louisville, Ky.”
tears of joy by the lucky »inner, H.T.C.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy—a
The city council has been on the rack I i getic business man, and will make a suc
Mrs. Engle s “cake was all dough.”
cure for catarrh, diphtheria am
surrounding country have signed a pledge
.N'o More Bounties.
novel and pleasant feature of the even for several days with this license busi cess of the business.
mouth. For sale by J H Cln
ing was an mutation of a portion of the ness, ami the members can be fairly
Horsemen will be interested in tlie
missioners’ Court an order was passed re
comic opera “The Mikado,’’ abounding said t<> have earned their emoluments new ad. of W. C. Myer to be found in will all be obliged to go.—[Record.
A nasal injector free with each bottle
scinding one previously made placing a
in l«»c.xl hits—written by Mrs. Landers
Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
this issue. The French stock which Mr.
Alanson Goodale, son of (). W. Good
and sung by Miss Roper, Mrs. Alford,
The firm of Haymond A Magruder, Myer introduced in Oregon j« just be
For sale at Chitwood’s.
Mr. Alford and Mr. Landers.
for a long number of yeais merchants at ginning tn be appreciated, and Mr. M. ale of Scott Valley, Cal., was kicked on and after this date no bounty will be paid
, the head by his saddle horse as he was
For dyspepsia and liver complaint,
The members of the Eastern Star Rock Point, has been dissolved by mutu could have sold twice as many full-bloods
I putting the horse away about 10 P. M. on the scalps of wild animals until further you have a printed guarantee on every
chapter of Ashland had a social meeting al consent and the business will here as he did this Bpring if he had them. He
orderwof the said County Court.
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never :
at their lull last Tuesday evening in com after be conducted by Mr. Haymond reserved his finest animals—Gambetta I last Saturday night. The Journal re
By order of the Court.
fails to cute For sale by .1 H Cliitw >od i
pliment of Mrs Pauline Re>, who will alone.
and Arabian Boy, in which the stock i the sid^pf the head severing an artery.
W. H. P arker , County Clerk.
'eave for San Diego next week, to be
The attorneys fees in the Josephine men of this valley must consider them The young man lay unconscious all night I |
Jacksonville, April 8, 1886.
Shiloh's Cure will immediately relieve
gone tor s-mie time. A very pleasant county court house injunction suit selves particularly fortunate.
j under the eaves of the barn in a drench- i
croup, who .ping cough ami bronchitis. » ,
time is rc|»orted.
amounted to $675. If the suit had not
Messrs. A. E Hammond and W. H. I ing rain. About daylight he recovered
The inebriate's craving for liquor 1A For sale by J H Chitwood <fc Son.
» been compromised wonder what the bill
of this place have the con : sufficiently to walk to the house. He caused by a diseased stomacli, and the I
The Fire at Lakeview.
would have reached in a year or two of
Why will you cough when Shiloh’s
tract to survey sixteen townships of gov would probably have bled to death but application of an appropriate medical [
■Examiner Extra. April 7.j
ernment laud in Eastern Oregon, near for the chilling effect of the cold soaking remedy prevents this carving and thus Cure «ill give immediate relief. Price :
About 10:45 last night, the citizens of
L B. Tucker vill take charge of the the Idaho line, and will start out with a rain. His condition was very critical at promotes the cause of temperance in an ■ 10 cts. 50 cts. atid$l. For sale by J. 11.
Chitwood A- Son.
Lakeview were startled from their slum Boone ranch for Mr. Mickelson, and party of assistants about the first of May hut report.
effective and rational manner. Suninona
bers by the horrible cry of fire. Geo. will move up with his family this week. to begin the work. Both the gentlemen
The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bour
Our Sacramento river bridge correspon Liver Regulator arouses the torpid
Roberts and Doc. Green first discovered Considerable improvements in the way are civil engineers and practical survey I
bon, Ind., says: “Both myself and wife
the tire to be in Henry Leelunan's barn, of fencing, plowing, etc., will be made ors. Only three government land sur
bridges is now at Delta, ready to be tak
Counteracts the desiie for more drink. I owe <>ur lives to Shiloh s Consumption
opposite the hotel. At first sight it this season.
veying contracts have been let in Ore en to its destination, and put together in
Cure.” For sale at .1 H Chitwood &
looked as though the Examiner office was ■
Concerning the raising of broom corn ' Sou's.
The Josephine county commissioner's gon this spring, and this one is for a position. This work is performed by
Axle Grease (II & L or Frazer's) 15c per can Oat Meal.............................10 lbs for CO cts.
diKimel to destruction, the wind then
larger body of land than either of the Mr Samuel C. Flanders, a man of few the Grant's Pass Courier remarks: “The '
blowing from she southeast. But in less
Bluing, in balls....................... 10 ct8- Per box Rioe (B<st Island 1............. 13 lbs. for $1.00.
words, who understands his business Oregonian editor has a very correct idea, ■ pei fume. Prince 25 and 50 cents. For
than twenty minutes the wind had died the new curt house for that county last
Royal Baking I’owder 12 oz...... 45c i>er can Tea (good article)........................ 25c per tt>.
Mr. A. P. Talent has succeeded Mr. thoroughly. Mr. F. also has charge of and we would like to see this industry | sale by J. H. Chit wood & Son.
down, and seeing that the barn and week to G W. Catching for $3,400. The
Cocoanut 1 lb. buckets...................... 40 cts.
made a specialty of in Oregon. But
16 oz....... 40c
Millers saloon were already going, the contract to build the jail was let to Hen Houston as landlord of the White Sul- the timber cani[>s for tunnels, wagon
Confined to the bed four months, and al
Spices (assorced)...............8 cans for $1.00.
most blind, and cured bv one box of Gil- Folger’s Cream Tartar............... 36c
phnr Springs Hotel in this place, hav bridges, etc., also the right of way parties.
effects in the saloon and McWilliams' ry Rogers for $345.
(Climax 12 oz)......... 40c per plug.
Coffee (Arbuckle’s)............. 6 Ibx. for $1.00.
barber shop were all carried out and ef
Robt. Hatfield will build a neat dwell- ing taken possession and assumed the
14 oz)........ 40c “
forts put forth to save Snider A: Love ing house for himself oil the lot lie duties of tost last Friday. Mr. Talent with the bridges in position, will give the year was shipped to Portland ata loss, drug store.
grove s stole, the hotel, Walters & bought recently of C. B. Stone, between is having the house renovated and im
(Expert 14 oz) ......... 50c “
Lye (American)................... 9 cans
Field's butcher shop, and J. Frank! & Main and Mechanic streets, Mr. Phun- proved, and wiU change «8* appearance grading is finished qgit* a distance above the $202 per ton now referred to as an Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine cures suppressed
inducement to producers, is only thrown menstruation and painful monthly sick
C o .' b store, and other surrounding build erth has the contract to do the
interior by giving it a complete present headquarters.—[Journal.
out as a bait to catch them again for the ness. For sale at the City drug store.
fey-A full line of both Chewing and Smoking Tobacco at prices that
ings. The men worked like troopers, and will u-
new finish in paint, paper, etc. Mean
W.llis L. Culver of Pavilion. N. Y.. says
. »«.gin at once.
A Cottage Grove, Lane county, cor same figures. We would advise our
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defy competition. A full stock of
time he u prepared to make guests com respondent writing to a Eugene City farmers to go into the culture of broom- ' that Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir cured him
aiiM reserve great creuii. We (lid not
fortable—»« the improvements arc made pa|ier, says- The report that we had ourii, and manufacture brooms here at
see an idle man. And the women, God
For sale at the City drug store.
bless 'em, carried water, pumped, and I tinue to arrive on every train for the dif in only a few rooms at a time, leaving several cases of smallpox in our adjoin huiue.”
the rest in condition for use.
worked themselves sick, to save the town
Rev. E. J. Whitney of Clarkson, N. Y .says
ing town, Latham, circulated by a doctor,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills are suited to
’ farmers here want is a “maiket”—where
Giitnore's Aromatic Wine for female weak
fr<>iii utter destruction.
It was a miraculousksca|*ef»r this place, I they can buy their potatoes and butter Monday evening's train, and on Tuesday week. An investigation proved ths easy to take, and though mild anu pleas ness. stands without a rival. For sale at
the City drug store.
as undoubtedly, had the wind been blow ' and eggs and such things.
morning Rev. Mr. Bronson, of Albany, doctor badly mistaken. There was no ant in action, are thorough and searching
Ladies, is iife and health worth preserv-
ing the wholo town would have beeu
Heavy rains have fallen in the uimin- arrived to continue the revival meetings occasion for the report, as there were in effect. Their efficacy in all disorders ing?
00-In fact our stock is as full and fresi as any in the city, and will be
If you think so. use Gilmore’s Aro
burned. It is on every one’s tongue, tains lietween here and Roseburg within at the Baptist church.
only mild cases of chicken pox, and the of tlie stomach and bowels is certified t>> matic Wuw. For sale at the City drug
sold at prices that defy competition.
“That was a lucky fire.” As it is, sever a few days past, and there is likely to be
diflerence between the two diseases is so by eminent physicians, and many uf our store.
al of our citizens l”se heavily, the largest some trouble from land-slules «n the
Are you made miserable by Indiges great that any physician of ordinary best citizens.
Give your children, for coughs and colds,
loser being Henry Leehman.
tion, Constipation, dizziness, Loss of judgment ought to determine without
H. Adams, who has charge of croup, whooping cough and hoarseness,
The whole loss foots up about $6,200.
Appetite. Yellow Skin! Shiloh's Vital-
James Porter is building a dwelling izer is a |x>sitive cure. For sale at J H difficulty. The indignation created til Miller <£ Co's warehouse in this place, is Gilmore’s Magnetic Elixir. For sale at
The following are the chief losses: Hen
the minds of tho people is considerable agent for the Sugar Pine Dour and the City drug store.
frg-r.-mh customers will consult their own interests by purchasing at
ry Leehulan—loss on barn, $2,000; in house on a lot <>n Mam street in the I Chitwood & Son’s.
if the offense is repeated the doctor Lumber Co., >»f Grant's Pass, and all or
What will cure throat and long troubles?
sured for $800; loss <>n harness, saddle«,
Magnetic Elixir. For sale
of M. L. McCall,
Rev. H. B. Errell.of Pavilion. N. Y., cays will get an invitation to leave town in a ders for lumber of any kind will be Gilmore's
A. L. Willey
buckboard, grain, one horse, etc., $’>0>. bought
of Gilmore's Aromatic Wine: “I believe it
promptly filled by him.
Miller & M.ller—Ines on building $3,60); has the contract to nut up the building, to l»e a most desirable remedy to be placed
man or woman cored by
The “rising sun” stove polish at Clay-
For tobacco, cigars, stationery, no- Gilmore's Aromatic
Fresh candies received this week at iu every family.'’ For sale at the City drug 1
insured for $1,600: saloon stock all
Wine. For sale at
tious, etc., Blount’s is the place.
i ton & Gore’s.
Burckhalter & H mh ' i
ths City drug store.
C. W. AYERS,
Architect and Builder.
GOOD HORSES GOOD COLTS
Bring Good Prices.
Soon Make Good Horses.
Horses! Colts! Money! Money! Colts! Horses!
PA IUI DPT TA
UAIVIDL I I A
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AnADIAli DU I
0®“TERMS lower than ever. Special inducements to parties
breeding five or more mares.
W. C. MYER, Ashland, Or.
H. C. MESSENGER,
Manufacturer and Wood-Worker.
G ranite Street, jYshland, Oregon,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc.,
AT LOWEST PRICES.
OF LOW PRICES
An Examination of the following prices will
show for themselves:
CROCKERY and CLASSWARE
A.T HARD TIMES PRICES.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
THE LOOK HERE STORE
Hunsaker & Dodge, Proprietors.