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...OCTOBER n isstì.
NOTES AND NEWS.
China intends to i sstie a loan for 850,-
ixi »,<100 for the evust ruction of railways
in the Empire.
It is ruled by tho Secretary of the In
terior that the sowing of timber se«ls
broadcast is not in compliance with the
timber culture law, as it renders enltiva-
t i< >n impractictable.
Tlx* report that two members of the
county court were seriously contemplat
ing the purchase by the county of the
two bridges acmas Rogue river, one at
Kock Point, the other at Chavner's, has
created much unfavorable comment this
week. It is hardly credible that such a
move could be thought of by the court
in the present unfortunate condition of
the county finances.
The natural gas well on the farm of
David Fisher, near Savoy, I1L, suddenly
ceased ilowing during the cyclone on tLe
17tli inst. Since then experts have ex
hausted every known means to renew
the gas supply, but so far have been un-
successfuL How the storm could have
thus affected the discharge of gas from a
vein 100 feet below the surface is a mys
tery which no one is yet able to solve.
A dispatch of the 4th from Winnipeg
says: The Canadian Pacific’s passenger
train went through a trestle bridge 175
miles east of here this morning. Five
cars including the mail and four passen
ger coaches, were badly wrecked, and
afterwards destroy ed completely by fire
caused by the upsetting of a stove. Sev
eral persons were injured, some fatally.
Six 1 »ags of mail matter were destroyed
and five saved.
THE WATER U ORKS.
Six thousand dollars has been borrowed
by the City of Ashland to procure pro
tection against fire, but the plans of the
city council have l»eeu blocked, and it ap
pears that nothing further can be done
in the matter at present. When the mat
ter was discussed and the decision ar
rived at to borrow money and put in
pipes with hydraulic pressure for fire
protection three membera of the council,
Messrs. Bish. Hill and Martin, voted to
gether for tho project. Mr. Lyttleton,
the other member of the council, wanted
a fire engine, if any thing should be done,
instead of the hydraulic pi]>es. After
wards an agent of some tire engine house
spent several days in Ashland, and Mar
tin promptly changed liis mind and l>e-
came a warm advocate of tjie engine
plan. This leaves the council evenly di
vided on the question, but as the Mayor
(who has the casting vote in case of a
tie) is known to favor the original plan of
laying pipes, the two engine men. Lyttle
ton and Martin, hare resorted to the
novel method of blocking all business in
the council by absenting themselves from
the meetings and thus leaving the coun
cil without the quorum required for the
legal transaction of business. Their ob
ject is to prevent any action in the matter
till after the annual election, which should
occur on the first Monday in November,
in the expectation of seeing a new coun
cil elected favorable to the purchase of a
I fire engine.
I There arises, however, an interesting
question as to whether or not an election
can lie legally held until after a quorum
of the council shidl have met and ap
pointed election judges and clerk, and is
sued the election notices, as provided for
in the city charter. If there lx« no elec
tion. then the present officers will hold
i over, and the blockadera will lie beaten
at their own game, as by operation of a
provision of the charter they will exjiel
themselves from the council by refusal to
attend six consecutive regular meetings.
It would require till the first Monday in
March next to reach that ¡mint, but then
the deadlock would lie broken. Mean
time, however, there is considerable o*her
business besides water works which needs
the attention of the council, and the*
s|»ectacle of everything being neglected
in this way is one calculated to make
more than a few people thoroughly dis
gusted, to say the least.
I'armer» au<l Mi'iliauii*.
Save money and doctor bills. Believe
[New York bispatch.)
your mothers, wives and sisters by a timely
Eurehase of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and
lleury George, lalxir «mdidate for , iung Syrup, best known remedy for coughs,
mayor, declares himself as follows: “I colds, croup aud bronchial affections, lie-
children of croup in one night, nniy
favor a change in the method of govern lieves
save you hundreds of dollars. Price 50
ing New York. The present way is cents and $1. Samples free. Sold by J H
radically wrong. There is a division of , Chitwood i Son.
responsibility that makes it imjxjssible !
for the i»eople to find out just who is re
I PARKER—till Big Butte, -• . t. bull, to Mr. and
sponsible. and to bring face to face to i Mrs. W. \\ . Parker, a son,
public opinion the man who abuse» his ■ COLLEEN—In Medford. Sept. .'Ith. Io Sir. and
Mr«. Jas. Colleen, a son.
trust. There are too many hydra-heaxled
commissions. It may l»e a matter of CU1.LAHAN—In Alkali vallev. seoL'28d. ls'ii,
to the wife of Jas. IL CoUahan a «on.
notoriety that the most flagrant abuse
KERTCHEM—In Link» ill, . s. pt. 22U. l«8f., to
exists, and it is impossible to say to any
the wife of James Kcrtehcm, a daughter
one: ‘You are the man; it is your fault.’ WILLIAMS.—In Little Butte precinct. Oet. 3.
lsst., to Mr. and Mr«. t,eo. W. Williams, a son.
New York is entitled to local self-govern
ment, al *>oliite and in ull things that gov
ern New York. We have a right to at
FRASIER—TORREY—At the residence of J.
tend to our own affairs without inter
W. Barkdell iu Medford, Sept, 2f>. by C. H.
Barkdell, J, P.. J. W. Frasier and Miss Nora
ference or controL That secured, if the
Torrey; all of Jackson county.
, u. .
. . •
people of New York are badly govem«L
it is their own fault. The best model of
a government is afforded by the constitu
tion of the United States. New York
should have only one legislative body;
that is, its local affairs should havo a
sovereign power and one executive head.
I do not lielieve in a second house or in
senators. 'They have been shown to be
useless by the exi»ericuce of the United
States and of other «»untries. It is a
division of responsibility that is bad.
One ex«'ntive head should have charge
of all the departments, with power to
appoint and remove. Under the present
hybrid system the mayor has power to
appoint, but when the appointee takes
office ho lx-comes independent of the
mayor and can be removed only after
trial. The mayor should have ]x»wer as
the president of the United States, 1x>th
to appoint and to remove.”
Charles Paluier. the subjoet of thi- sketch,
was born in Drundon. Fondulue county.
Wisconsin, August ", lSSit, and died of malarial
fever at tlie home of Ills parents in Ashland,
Oregon, Aug. 20, tssn. The fatal illness began
while he was away from home canvassing for
the Child's Bible in hope of securing funds for
the proscution of his studies, an ambition for
which seemed to be a ruling passion. Naturally
diffident and undemonstrative, Charley was
not always understood by hl« associates: but
by those who knew him best, he will ever lie
remembered as one whose nobleness of moral
character cannot be truthfully questioned. In
early life, he was impressed with the value of
the Christian faith anti was converted during
the winter of lSbl-5, joiuingalhe M. E. Cliur- h.
of which he remained a consistent member
until his death at the age of twenty rears and
Excitement in Texas.
REAL ESTATE — MISCELLANEOUS.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE-- GROCERIES—ETC.
We wish to announce to our
friends and patrons that not having
been able to satisfactorily dispose of
our remnant of merchandise now on
hand we have concluded to continue
in business and in a few days will
open up the largest, best and most
complete lin eof fancy and staple dry
goods, boots, shoes, furnishing goods
and hats ever brought to Ashland,
which we will offer at the lowest cash
prices. Terms strictly cash. Thank
ing our friends for their liberal pa
tronage in the past, we hope by strict
• attention to business and fair dealing
to merit a continuance of the same.
A Good Farm near town.
A Large Lot and comfortable
Dwelling House in Ashland.
• • tc» •
Great excitement has been caused in the
vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable
recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so
helpless he could not turn in bed, or raist
his head: everybody said ho was dying of
consumption. A trial bottle of Df. King's
New Discovery was sent him. Finding re
lief, he liought a large bottle and a box of
Dr. King's Life Pills: by the time he had
taken two boxes of pills and two bottles of
To Succeed Beecher.
the Discovery, he was well and had gained
in flesh thirty-six pounds. Trial lx»ttlesof
[Oregonian, Oct. 2.J
this Great Discovery for consumption freo
It probably was a surprise to many of at Chitwood <fc Soil's
the people of Washington territory to
The secretary of the interior has un
learn that Quincy A. Brooks had been
der «»nsideration a proposition to alii >w
appointed collector of customs at Port' Following is a list of uncalled-for letter« re
certain tribes of Indiana iu the West the
maining in the Post Office at Ashland, Oregon,
Townsend. It is not probable that many Oct. 2, 1S86:
privilege of utilizing grass uj>on surplus
of the present inhabitants of the terri Epley Mrs A It
Shadier II 1.
lands of their reservations, by allowing
Spencer Mark A
Van Horn 1»
them to take cattle from neighboring
Wagner W J
there; yet such is the fact. Mr. Brooks Mygina Adalbert
cattlemen to pasture, the Indians to herd
Simon I.ouis s
Person* calling f«»r the nbove b Uvr will
and care for the cattle and to reoeive fair
many years, and consequently is not so please say "advertised.”
and just compensation therefor: but no
a . 1’. H ammoxi », r. M.
generally known there as in Oregon.
white men w ill be allowed upon the res
Twenty-two years ago he resided in Port
ervations. It is probable that an order
land, and for the last fifteen years or
authorizing certain tribes to enter into
—OO0< >< >O< >< H M
A- co.. Wholesale and Retail
more he lias la'cn a resident of the south
cijutracts with cattlemen as outlined
Druggists of Rome, Ga., nay: We have
ern part of the state. He has a record been selling Dr. King's New Discovery. I
alx»ve will soon lie issued.
THE KNIGHTS OK LABOR
for efficient service in several official posi Electric Bitters and Buckli u’s Arnica Salve
two years. Have never handled reme
The Wallis Walla Statesman intimates
tions, and will undoubtedly i»erform his for
yVE HAVE Secured the agency for "Far West" Baking Powders and furnish
dies that sell uh well, or give such universal
[Press Dispatch Oct. l.J
in very plain terms that money must
’ V samples free, for trial, to all. Call aud get a sample package. We guaran-
The following was telegraph«! from duties as collector of customs with intel satisfaction. There havo been some won
derful cures effected by these medicines in
have been used to influence the action of Richmond, Va.: “'The tapping of Master , ligence and credit.
tec it equal to any in the market.
this city. Several cases of pronounced
the pardoning board in setting Carrie Workman Powderly’s gavel at 10:15 o’
For information of those who have consumption have been entirely cured by
Bnidley-acold-bl<Kxksl murderess free to clock this morning gave the signal for come into Washington territory since Mr. use of a few l»ottlcs of Dr. King’s New Dis
(A saving of over 40 per cent iu Baking Powders.)
covery, taken in connection with Electric
prey upon the community, after three , the opening of the first session of the Brooks was a resident there, it may* be Bitters. We guarantee them always. Sold
1 H »O<
years’ imprisonment, and in keeping ‘ tenth annual convention of the Knights stated that he is a native of Washington by Chitwood A Son. 1
.35 Cent» per I'I ur .
Jack Powers incarcerateli live years for : of Lalior in the armory of the First county, Pa., graduated at the Western
killing a man in defense of Lis own life. Virginia regiment in this city. He sttxxl university of that state in the same class
------------ (>ooo< >-----
We do not know whether or not any un alone upon a small pine platform at the with Senator McMillan of Minnesota,
The Sugar Pine Door and Lumber Co.
JUST ARRI VED------ALSO
FINE LINE OF NEW BRANDS OF TEAS
due inHueuco was u - .t with the State of : further end of the spacious room and I crossed the plains to Oregon and settled of Grant’s Pass is furnishing large quan I
the largest assortment of
ficiais in these matters; but considering I ltx»ked out upon the faces of a thousand at Puget Sound in 1851. Old settlers tities of lumber, mouldings, brackets,
------------ Full line of Crackers and Fancy Biscuits.------------
thé degree of guilt of B ".alley and Powers, J delegates assembled from every part of will reinemlier his “donation claim” near
buildings at Eugene, Roseburg, Wilbur,
and tho tenias of imprisuiameut. the uf- the country. White and black faces, the Olympia. He moved baek to Oregon in Myrtle creek, Grant’s Pass, Gold llill,
fair is |ierfectly inexplicable.- [Tóms- faces of men and women bound together 1 1857. Was special agent of the postoffice Central Point, Medford. Jacksonville,
Granulated Sdgar, 12 D>3 for $1; Golden C Sugar, 12 ll«s for 81.
Phoenix. Ashland. Yreka, Linkville and
by a cominou object, met his view. The department during the administration of' various other poiuts.
Cartridges, Ammunition, Etc.
Their goods are giving such universal
Montana wants the “pan handle” of session was an open one, and in addition
< AX »IV. AY' FIND I1AROAIX« AT Till:
satisfaction, and their prices are so low A A QU
Idaho and is likely to prove a strong bid to the large Ixxly of delegates there were I
DUT EL KO
YT111.AM» mills .
der as against Washington territory. It ¡is many others not of the order as could militia during the Modoc Indian war. that their business is constantly increas IsAorl
would be a distinct loss to the business find seats, or shared what little standing He is a democrat in politics, but did not
interests of Portland if the former
co-operate with that party during the points mentioned above, they are shipping
room there was in the hall.
car load lots of lumber, doors, etc., to
should succeed.—[PoH/tratl Telegram.
Gov. Fitzhugh Lee was intrixluced by war. Among those who recommended Portland, Eastern Oregon, Washington
You might as well tell the whole truth,
his appointment as collector at Port Territory, and Idaho, and have received t^IIi ghest market price paid for all kinds of grain at all
Removed to Brick Block, cor. Main and Oak Sts.,
and say that the business of the “pan the Richmond delegates and made an Townsend were many prominent men of orders from as far East as Utah. For the
handle” will lie a distinct loss to Port address of welcome, in which he cited Oregon, of lx»th parties. Mr. Brooks is local trade they are making large quan
land, anyhow, whether Washington Ter that it Lad been claimed that there was about 56 years of age, is owner of tho tities of green and dried fruit boxes^of
ritory or Montana succeed in capturing :ui irrepressible conflict pending between hot springs at Linkrille, and is under the lightest and strongest patterns, which
they are selling at the same price as sim
the coveted territory. Portland hasn’t capital and labor. He said all g<x»d men I I stood to be in fairly prosfierous circum ilar boxes are sold in Port land. It is not
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Rings, Spectacles, Quartz
enterprise enough to even hold the trade would support tho present movement it I stances. His eldest son graduated at necessary for our builders or fruit grow
Glasses, Drawing Sets, Etc.
of her own state of Oregon, to say noth j it fought against in«»rporated rascality West Point in June last, and is now a ers to send out of the Rogue River «»mi-
try for anything wanted in their line.
ing of pan handles of other states ami i and «>ml»att«l great money corporations
lieutenant in the Eighth Cavalry.
They are prompt in tilling orders and
territories. San Francisco enjoys the
lilieral in their dealings and are receiving
profits of business with our southeastern bribery and corruption. He declared
the universal support of the country. [14
Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, and every
A Remarkable Coincident.
counties, and no doubt Tacoma or Seattle that all capital was not employed for
tiling usually found in a first-class Drug Store.
What will cure throat and lung troubles?
or Butte City or Helena or St. Paul or such vicious uses and that any differ
In connection with the stirring inci- Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY REPAIRED AND WARRANTED,
....Beg leave to inforni the public that they are now nicely located in the store....
any|other town that may turn its atten ences between workmen and employers
of last Friday and Saturday, the
Ladies, is life and health worth preserv ............................ room formerly occupied by Willard & Eubanks, in..........................
tion that way will easily supplant the would lie settled as the great constitu
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
24tli and 25th, we print below a telegram ing? If you think so, use Gilmore's Aro
. Portland merchants in lhetrade of North tion had l»een drafted by conciliation
from Mr. Buick, editor of this journal,
and fair compromises.
Impotency iu man or woman cured by
P< »wderlv, in response to Gov. Lee, ex now with the Oregon Exhibit Car, east; Gilmore's Aromatic Wino.
With a large assortment of
Why will you suffer from ague and ma-
New York dispatch, Oct. 4th: Some- pressed Lis gratification at tho welcome and invite both the theistic and material
thipg in the nature of an open revolt
cure you? For sale at the City drug store. Uootx micl Siloes Ladiess* and jMisjsesi’ Fine
against the Irish National League and the i>«»ple of Richmond. Powderly con We give the telegram verbatim it liter
John H. Yates, of Batavia. N. Y., says.
I?i*encli Ividis, (went*’ Di^cssi Slioex,
Parnell took place yesterday at a meet tinuing, said: "The men who owe allegi atim et punctnatum:
“I cheerfully commend
ing of tho Twentieth ward branch. It
It did new life and vigor send
W. F. Benjamin:—I had a peculiar
nr<»se in the coarse of a discussion as to gaged in a conflict, but it is in a war of
Takes occasion to remark to his old friends and patrons and
dream. Feer something wrong in Rose
.... In fact everything to lie found in a first class Boot and Shoo Store....
It did for all niy stomach ills
whether the branch should resi>ond to a truth against errors. It is not, as many burg.
D. 8. K. B uick .
i .........................W e are receiving new goods every week, and are selling at.................
More than the doctor and his pills."
the public generally, that being unable to dispose of his
circular issued by Parnell ^o President believe, and many more dishonestly as
For sale at the City u.tig store.
Is there a Daniel amongst us?
Fitzgerald. of the Irish National League. sert, a war of labor against capital. It is
General Merchandise business he has concluded to
Confined to the l»ed four months, and al
The Chairman said: "Not one penny- a war in which the manhood of the Ameri
Proceedings of College Trustees Meeting.
most blind, and cured by one box of Gil
more's Neuralgia Cure.
... .Call and examine our stock. No trouble to show goods..
more of my money shall go to the anti can labor is fighting for recognition. In
A shland , Oct. 2,1886.
Willis L. Culver of Pavilion. N. Y., says
eviction fund, or any form of Parliamen this war it must be determined which
The Board met agreeable to adjourn
Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir cured him
tary agitation. We want an accounting shall rule—-monopoly or the American ment. Present, the President and Secre that
of a long standing throat and lung tronble.
for the million and more dollars that people: gold or inanhotxl Our battle is tary of the Board, and S. C. Taylor, Amos
Give your children, for coughs and colds,
and run the thing lor all there is in it this Spring and Sum
have gone into the tre.isuryof the league not fought for the purpose» of determining Willits, Horace Root and G, F. Billings. croup, w hooping cough and hoarseness, Gil
more's Magnetic Elixir.
from this country before sinking any whether an individual shall rule a state
mer. A full and complete line of
building to the Ashland School District,
more. It is not long since I was in Ire or ¡in empire, but to decide whether the if it should l»e wanted, for the ¡»resent
land, and I can safely say that in many people, who are entitled to life, liberty school year. After considerable discus
Made by the Gelatino-Bromide, or
of the western and southwestern «»unties
PINATE l‘KO(. 125SS
the unfortunate people that took the ad joyment of their rights and liberties, ¡is disposition of the property, the motion
was unanimously carried upon the follow
vice yf the league, and allowed themselves become citizens of the republic. The ing conditions, to wit: First, that the
Arc now taken by the Leadiug Photographers iu al) tho Cities, aud for Groups, pic
to be evicted got no support from the monopolist of to-day is more dangerous citizens of Ashland guarantee the relin
nres of children, etc., are far superior to tlie old so-called "wet-plate’' process.
league. while some of the members of than the slave owner of the past. Mo quishment by the contributors to the
a VCD’Q Sarsaparilla is a mcdieinc that,
Parliament from Ireland could drive nopoly takes kinds from the people in College fund of all claims against the
grounds upon which the College Ixxinl-
A T Cn d during nearly 40 years, in all
about iu Dublin in state, living upon million-acre plats; it sends agents abroad ing house now stands. Second, that the
parts of the world, li:i> proved its effi
THESE GOODS ARE
process. Photographs made by th«
the money we sent over.” Several others and brings herds of uneducated desperate s«iij citizens guarantee the full payment
cacy as the best blood alterative known
to medical science.
spoke in a similar strain.
men to this country; it imports ignor of all legal claims against the said prop
ance and scatters it broadcast through
and ninety dollars (81,09(1), within six
The governor of Montana, in his recent
genuine Honduras Sarsaparilla) is its
out the land; it, and it alone, is responsi months from this date. And third, that
base, and its powers are enhanced by
¡inniial report to the Secretary' of the In
In Chicago, San Francisco and Portland, and I am consequently prepared to give
ble for every manifestation of anarchy the s;ud district will agree with the trus
the extracts of Yellow Dock and Stil-
terior, says that agriculture has been al
that our country has witnessed. All
most a complete failure in that territory
Iron, and other potent ingredients.
men may not be willing to admit that School proj»erty to enter upon and per
|Q your blood vitiated by derangements
this year, owing to the excessive drouth.
form the normal work therein «»ntem-
this statement is true, but when monop plated by tho State of Oregon when it
• O of the digestive and nssimilatoryfutie*
"But. worse yet. the most serious of
tlons? is it tainted bv Scrofula"? or
oly dies then uo anarchists will l»e found made the said school by legislative enact
does it contain the jio E ou of Mercury
all losses, the full extent of which it is
in this country, for anarchy is the legiti ment a branch of its normal school sys
or Contagious Disease?
impossible as yet to estimate," says the
TUF leadiug physician« of the United
mate child of monopoly. While I con
rei»ort, “is that of our natural grasses,
States, who know the composition
It was then moved and carried unani
demn and denounce deeds of violence mously to authorize the President and
of A yer ' s S arsaparilla , say that
ourj sole dependence for vast herds of
notliiug else so good for the purifica
committed iu the name of lal»or during Swretary of the Board to rent the Col
cattle, horses and sheep, and other st<x-k.
DURING TIIE SEASON OF 1886
tion of the blood is u ¡thin the range of
the present year. I am proud to say that lege property to the Ashland School Dis
la.»lh winter and summer. Our ranges
horses will be at inv rnncli " uk mile north of Ashland, Oregon: .¿y
the Knights of Labor, as an organization,
AMI V **-v
tl‘*' remedy is it
are almost bare, or so nearly so that our
,££!' GO TO 'fe:> 5.
are not in any way responsible for such
Aline Percheron-Norman stallion, combining size
corrupted blood to attain sound health
tions alxive specified and provided.
stix-k is in p»x»r condition for winter, and
and prevent transmission of the de
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action and kind disposition and whose colts are 111
J. M. McCall was then elected to fill
should it prove loug and severe great loss
structive taint to posterity.
the vacancy occasioned in the Board by
sn this coast.
must inevitably occur. In* anticipation
TUADAIICUI V ’ (Letiverenovation
Portland complains that the wool of the removal of L. M. Nickerson from the
inUnUUunLT ortho system must
of such event, some of our large sto.’k southern Oregon, and likewise most of State.
(Arabian-Perchcron) weight 1250 lbs., combinir.i
include not only the removal of cor
J. D. Fountain was elected to fill the
owners are driving their herds to British the trade of that region goes to Califor-
ruption from the blood.but its enrich
style, action, endurance and good disposition, an«
ment and the strengthening of the
jx>ssessions. It is a matter of such ur u: i. Southern Oregon complains that vacancy to <x-cur by the retirement of A.
carriage, road and “ all pl rpose ’’ horses.
G. Rockfellow from Board of Trustees
gent importance that I w >uld urge upon no effort is made by Portland either to and from its secretaryship, the retirement
DEI I ADI C witnesses, all over the
nCLIADLC world, testify th«t this
to take place immediately after the close
your department to secure, by friendly buy her wool or gain her trade.—[Ez.
work Is better nccomplidied by A yer ' s
interposition, the pmilvge,ou such terms
SARSArARtLLt than by any other
On motion J. M. McCall, G. F. Billings
as may seem just for the same, of n ] m r-
The Owens Failarc.
AND ARE NOW MAKING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF FLOUR. -S t
and Dr. J. H. Cliitwxxxl were made a com
t ion of our stockmen w ho can best avail
mittee to procure the relinquishment bv
. Roseburg Plxiudealer, Oct. J
DLUUU ease is made pure, and bkxxl
themselves thereof, to pasture their herds
weakened through diminution of the
The liabilities of Mr. Owens thus far «»ntributors to the College fund of all
red corpuscles i« made strong,' by
Dou't raise a half-breed Shetland for your child you love bo much, it would cost
claims against the grounds upon which
•luring the coming winter on extensive made known are as follows:
A yer ' s S arsaparilla .
w dollars and give the child too kvch (?» happiness.
the College lx>arding house stands, an<l
Indian rese-rvatians north of the Missouri SiLsoit, Church A Co...................... 3111.000 to provide for tho payment of the legal
DIIDIETVIMP lhe bl<xx| and building
• Unlr 11 It Cl up the system require
riverhuid th<ise south of the Yellowstone Balfour «V Cs»...................................... 27,01« claims against the property as contem
TMc BUYERS’ OVIDE la
time iij serious eases, but beueflt will
Manufactured expressiv for Family, Bakers’ and Export Trade,
ARMERS ! ATTENTION !
5,000 plated in the action alx»ve in relation
river. T cannot too
rionsly urge upon Allen A Lewis......................
Israeli Sept, and March,
lie derived from the use of A yer ' s
sarsaparilla more speedily than
your Immediate attention this suggest: >n. T. W. Hall 4 Co............................. 8,000
Use only California Hand Forge«! and
EVERY SACK WARRANTED!
x 11 inehea,with over I
On motion adjourned.
from anything else.
to avoid or lessen the danger that threat Christie A Wise................
3,500 Illustrations — a
■ICAIPIUC for which like eflecU arc
W. C. M yer . Pros.
We also keep on hand at all times
whole Picture Gallery.
ens so important an interest as that of Boston Wool Co.............................. 23,000
InCUIvINb falsely clainud. is abun
A. G. Rix’kfellow, Sec’y.
GIVES Wholeaale Pricea
our stock, whose numlx'rs and value have S. Hamilton........................................ 8,000
direct to conramera on all gooda for
but the only preparation that liasstood
With cutter in the eye.
been steadily increasing until it repre Mitchell A Lewis..............................
personal or Camily use. Telia how to
Proper Treatment for Cough».
the test of tune, and proved worthy of
& Flint, bankers, secured 13,000
Each ueclle guaranteed. Price '41 el». A«k
order, and gtvea exact coat of every
the world's confidence, is
sents a vast aggregate <>f wealth, proba Humphry
That the reader may fully understand
. «»nr denier for them, or order them front the
G«>. Weaver...................................... 3,000 what
thin« you sue, cat, drink, wear, or
bly of 850,(W.l«11. On the basis of an To fanners about thecounty aggre
have ftua with. These IMVAJLVABU l
syrup, we will say that Tar and Wild Cherry
WILL ,v FINK. 818 Market street. S. F.
1 o any part of the city.
BOOKS contain information «leaned
estimate made last year, counting the
gating about.................... ’............. 25,000 is the basis of the l»est remedies yet discov
front the markets of the world. We
»>ul prtnxptlg filial al lowest ratt*.
large natural increase of last Bpring and
will mail a copy FREE to any ad
Total............................................ $132,61 ü» ers equally es efficacious, enter largely in
dress upon receipt Of 10 eta. to defra-,
large importation before drouth began,
Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup,
expense of mailing. Let us hear frvu
The amount of assets at ima writing to
Or. J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mass
our |attle must now number l^jOVOO
lev. H. B. Errell.of Pavilion. N. Y.. says
thus making it one of the most reliable
Gilmore's Aromatic Wine: “I believe it
head, horses 1:JO.O>0 head, and sheep cannot be ascertained, but thought to be now on the market. Price 50 cents and $1.
Sold by all Druggists: Price $1;
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO
Six bottles for 85.
hut a very funnll portion of bi« liabilities. Samples free. Sold bv •! H Chitwood <t
:n cverv fnmjlv."
e?7 A ??t} Wxfcxrt Avenue, Chleatre. Ilk
G. F. BILLINGS,
Real Estate & Insurance
FARLOW & MILLER,
ARE AHEAD AS USUAL.
Elour, Or ral Lam dour. Cracked
Wheat, Corn A l cal, Hol led
l?vice 35 cents per Pound Can,
13arley, I3raii, A l i 11-feed
Note our ^¿5«. . .........
FANCY GROCERIES (ALL FRESH
E. C. LANDERS.
NEW STORE e
::::::::: NEW GOODS:
HATFIELD & HERRIN
A FULL LINE OF DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
T. K. BOLTON.
J. M. M’CALL
C.\s I 1
PH IC ES
“Cash Sales and Small Profits.”
Call at Logan's
Gallery, oil the hill.
BOUGHT FOR CASH,
Bring Good Prices.
Soon Make Good Horses.
Horses! Colts! Money! Money! Colts! Horses!
I I A
Ve have recently REMODELED and REFITTED our mill with
TERMS lower than ever. Special inducements to partit
breeding five or more mares.
W. C. MYER, Ashland, Or.
THE EAGLE MILLS
i R A Rl A N RRV
tRADIAIx DU I
Ladies’ Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Gent’s Furnishing Goods,
Groceries, Crockery, Etc., Etc.
New and Improved Machinery
sw Procsss Flour, Graham and C diu Neal
ran, Shorts, Feed, Chop Wheat and Barley.
DELIVER FREE OF CHARGE
S. A. FARNHAM,