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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1886)
Tlie Special Dell > -
Beginuui^' Oct. L .
; liege« of
the special delivery )>>
extended to all postoffict
States. Immediately nj.
the mail, all letters be;.ri. . : ■ special
delivery stamp of ten cen
.1 be déliv
ered at once by carr > :
lions of the city. Siam:
1 be for sale
at all jxjst-offices. All
received the following '
instructions to the pnb
ter-General Wm. F. Vi:
‘•The attention ol ; i
tc the fact that until
g’rens the si>ecia! deli.-. ,
ft re in effect in cities ;-i
>’ ns hav-
ing a population of -Pr
has been extended to ;
the United States, to .
after Oct. 1, 1886. The j
custom have also been -
Lxl to all
classes of mail matter ii
confined to letters, or fir t
at present Acconlin i -
11 icle of
mailable matter to whi<-!: i
cent special delivery s-<>
to the postage required 1
. will upou
its arrival by mail, L i- _____ diute de
livery by special n t.___________ hin the
carrier limits of any fre * u
office, or within one mile '; y poetoffice
in the United States to i K. it may be
Drop letters and oth?
deposited for local deliver .
the special delivery stamp
ù-li tion to
the postage, will be entitle
delivery in the same ¡.i ■
received at the postoffic
‘ ’ igh
Registered letters or p.
lie entitled to iinmedia.t
same as ordinary letters oi :
bearing special delivery rt
tiqp to the full postage an
required by the law and -.
The hours within whi' i . ; rial deliv
ery will be male will be from 7 a . m ., to
11 p. m ., at free delivery oil:
. ; nd from
7 a . m ., to as late i>s fl
Special delivery stam] i • 11 !>e sold at
all postofficee in the Uni ed bl
may be used only to .
delivery and are not good
a t> other
purpose, and the artic
i ixistage thereon also pr< i
stamps. Under no cir<-
special stamps be recogi::;
i | ay men t
of postage or of the regi
any other stamp be enu ’
special delivery exc?p
Mailable matter intel
delivery may be mailed .>
in the United States.
The department e.o;
?, as a
condition upon which ii .:
will be made, that spe i; 1
shall be addressed to .»L,-<
even when intended for >
at a free
delivery office; blit ho
aud accurately addn ssin
. matter not at letter-car
but at all offices, and by .
. .d nuni-
lier wherever practical >,
way desirable. It will s r.
mistakes, as well as to r
D r . K ellogg s W orm fi
free from all Mercurial pr ;
given to the weakest con '
out danger, is palatabl.
ministered to children, i
tion, and never fails t Ci
rice 25 cents. Sold by (.
< s, can be
'. in oncra-
The best Salve in the -
bruises, sores, ulcers, sal:
sores, tetter, chapped ha
coms, and all skin eiuptim
ly cures piles, or no pay :
guaranteed to give perfect
money refunded, nine
For sale by J. H. Chilwood .'
li Indian coiutnissioner Atkins can
prove that he believes lie can in the mat
ter or the Toveniment having issued
several thousand rations above the num
ber of In ti : s v. ho were to receive them,
he wifi ie ve done the liest piece of work
Bis bureau h..s been capable of for years.
Mr. Atkin says that he will show that
the number of Indians reported for ra
tions has lieen far in excess of the actual
num'oer exi .ing. He thinks that there
have be- :i anywhere from 5000 to 10,-
i.- hi-iied during the past
ten yt ars th.-i there was Rny necessity
of, a t
th n o iey for these has
tl. Lauds of agents. If the
cen is r-Lu : o. the Interior depart
tk-.i nn iber of Indians who
8ho:ild ri-e ’’ ve supplies from the go’ m-
ment.......... - I by 10,000 the honest num
ber, the government, lias been swindled
out of about $100,000 a year. The house
of representatives at its last session re
fused to give Mr. Atkins money with
which to make a new census of the Indians,
notwithstanding he claims to be able to
save the government ten times as much
as it would cost to make the census the
first year it was completed.
• I ¡ »ositive-
A munir, r of our exelumges are sug-
gi r-riug v-’u'11 the
iatnre should do at
the n-. xt
oiou. b'.w at present we. have
nothing to a •!:, excel L that they appro
pri; ■ four cr five thousand dollaro to
build a schoolhouse in lienighted Prine
ville, ;.s the people here can’t afford to
build one for themselves. [Pi'ineville
CUKE FOK I .
Piles are frequently pr -
of weight in the back, lei’:
of the abdomen, causing
suppose he han some affee
neyu or neighboring or?
symptoms of indigestion .
lency, uneasiness of the
moisture, like perspirat
very disagreeable itchd
warm, is a common .
bleeding, and itching v".
to the application of I
Remedy, which acts di.
affected, absorbing the
the intense itching, and <
nent cure. Price 50 cr i:
Dr. Bosanko Medicin- (
by J H Chitwood & Son.
PIONEER FURNITURE STORE
Castori» cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
gill« Worms, gives sleep, and promotM <u-
Without injurious medicaUoo.
111 8o. Oxford 8t, Brooklyn, H. Y.
Tss CmACB C ompant , 182 Fulton Street, N. Y.
Samples of Carpets,
A FINE Stock Ranch of 200 acres, situat
Boys’ Wagons, etc.
ed I mile N. E. of Phoenix: all under fence
and all set in clover; no rough or broken
aud <>n the place. Good house and barn,
orchard, good spring and water. Terms:—
Part cash, balance oil time. Price, $22.50 And if you can’t find what von want I will
W. H. W ickham .
manufacture or order it for you.
1 L-ttorheads, Billheads.
Noteheadf. e't’.. will do much toward ad
vertising and building up y if b i it s :? The right kind t: advertising, wherever
applied, never fails to bring
.y results. Prin' mg for business men a spec
ialty at the T idings office and wo -n ' .’.ntee satfefact io- to all who favor us with
their orders. Letterheads, billhead?, r.otolieadF, staten icnte, etc., put up in tablets
without extra chabge . Call at this office and get prices.
Call and Examine my Stock!
Which with its large and complete stock of General Merchandise is now cca-
ducted under the management of
THE Sign of the Arkansaw Cough
fa e Si rQIJh» Iwking you ah ¡square in the
Do you want a sure, safe and reliable
S/r???nAro i’!”? doubled with a
t ough t old, Bronchitis or Lang Com
plaint ? Do yoor Babies keen you awake
Backing Coughs, Colds in
J on want something
reliable in the house to meet these
emergencies? We answer to all: “Go
to your Druggist and get a Bottle of the
AisansawConghSyrup,and bo troubled
no more. Price. 50 cents Der Bottle!
Barhacbe, Headache. Toothache,
hpralns Rruiae*. etc..etc.
PRICK. FIFTY CFNTK
Ai DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
THE CHIRMS A.ViM.FiEK CO.. BALTIMORE. MD.
------ FOR SALE BY-------
J. H. CHITWOOD & SON, Ashland.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
— VIA —
Oregon A California R. R. and Connections.
FARE FROM rORTLANb
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Fine Cloaks, etc.
Boots and Shoes. Carpets, Oilcloths
Groceries, Canned Goods, Crockery. Glassware
. I j*. I ! LU CO.,BALTIMOBr,’lD.
Cigars and Tobacco, etc., etc., etc.
> . bargains, call and <ee us.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND ASHLAND.
Portland .. 7A. M. Ashland
. 4:15 A M.
1’. M. I Portland...- 4:25 P. M.
Albany Express Train.
4:00 I’. M.,Lebanon.......... 9:20 P.M.
1:4 > A. M.¡Portland
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
Arc prepared iu furnish 11 ANOS ar.
LE > E.
rviuli ....l.’:25 P. M.
■-) A. M.ii’oulauil...... 6:15 P- M.
At Corvallis connect with trains of Oregon
Pacific for Yaquilia IJay.
J. B. PACE Tobaccos.
. 1:,'hP. M. M<-Minnvillc..8:00 P. M.
McMinnville.">:i'> A. M. Portland...... 9:00 A. M.
I oral ticket» for sale and baggage checked at
company - tip-town office, cor Pine nnd Second
streets. Ticket» for principal points in Califor
nia can only be procured and baggage checked
at company’s office.
The Gemu? bus the FULL NAME,
Cor. F and Front Sts., Portlnd, Or.
ON 1ÜC IlN TAG.
Don't be deceived.
upon if the initials
Freight will not be re • ive J for shipment af
ter 5 o'clock 1’. M . <>u t itlu r the East or West
E. 1*. ROGERS.
G. F. A Paw. Agent.
You are imposed
i ill, ANS at PRICES ,hat DEFY COPETITION.
Our terms are as liberal as any l ouse on the Coast. Bacon, Lard, Wheat,
Oats or Barley taken in payment t r Instruments. Cash also, not rejected.
X PART PAY FOR PIANOS. --------
------- ORGANS TAKEN
Agency for Southern Oregon :i. .1 Northern California for the following
to to this
. to con-
J. &. C. Fisher,
Ivers & Pona.
i A I.TER
The Dank of Asrnand.
JACOB WAGNER, Proprietor.
Manufacturer and Wood-Worker.
s HOTEL, which Ims liceii for many
ir»n fnv- :it- ;■!. -e of summer resort
for persons ■
h< xi.h and ri ereatioL. has
recently been greatly improv, d 1>. the present
proprietor, who !>>m done mm li : > make it
plca.-au; and alirni tile to gm ;s.
Would announce to the public il:i. no has purchased the Mar.slr planing will
and sash and door factory on
I-tlie iiio> t noted of southern Oregon, and
its medicinal properties have been proven lobe
of great value airt benefit ns a tonic and aid to
digestion and ns n r< ;:i<-<ly or relief in nearly
all cases of kidney trouble and kindred ail
ments Foilmviiig is the report <>f the analysis:
Due standard gallon of die water contains:
Calcium carbonate ..
Carbonate of iron..
.Silicic .-;f i 1 ..............
Titanic acid .............
Carbonate magiu- ia.
Lithium carbonate, potassium carbonate, io-
d-iic and traces of nitric acid not estimated.
Total amount of carbonic acid gas, free and
combined, equal- ,">s. itss grains per gallon.
iff ".'C' al attention paid to the comfort and
needs of invalids.
Among the improvements of the hotel are the
bath«, fitted with all modern conveniences.
Final Proof Notice.
1 -Nb u. »¡C3 AT R osebtbg , O k .
August :», 18S6.I
ROOMS CLEAN, NEAT ANO COMFORTABLE.
Not ? i> hv.it>:, given that the following-
named u til r hu« : ,1 notice of liis intention Good Table Fare & Reasonable Prices.
to make tin: I proof in support of his claim, and
that said preu uill be made before the Judge
or Clerk of the < .unty < ourt of Jackson coun
ty, Or, >n.
J.,--ksonville. Or., on Saturday, IfF" BOTTLED water fresh from the spring
Oct. 9th. 1 sn >, v i
benjamin F. Wagner, Home ou sale at Geo. Engle s in Ashland.
stead Entry No. 117;;, for the N Ji ofS W V. Uu<l
8 W ‘ | of s V.’1 . -. etton 6. tp ;s. s i; 1 east. \v M.
andSE’,0 si-:' . sec. 1. tp s R 1 west, W if.
¡lowing witnesses toprove
his conti-; ;-.u- r idenee upon, mid cultiva
tion of, said Ian 1. viz: Heaton Fox, John I.
Pennington S s Wil, ox. Major Carter, allot
Ashland, J.n 1: on « utility. Or.
< -: as . W. J ohnston , Register.
SESs-ION last; -87—First term begins on
Si-ptoinl. r i1 -Second term begins Jan
uary l. l-.<. Third term begins April 13. 1887.
FOR THE BEST —
i JOHN w. JOHNSON, A. M., President,
I’roft ; s - j .- of Ethics nnd Latin.
MARK BAILEY, Ph. D„
TIN, SHEET-IRON &COPPERWARE Profe -or of Mathematic- and Astronomy.
THOM A8 CONDON. Ph. D..
Professor of lii.--.tory, Goology and Nature'
GEORGE H. COLLIER, LL. D..
Professor of Chemistry and Physics.
JOHN STRAUB, A. M.,
I Professor of Greek and Modern Languages.
Oregon State University.
Transacts » General Baak..
Interest allowed rn Time D< posi
Collections made at all a< ssfbl. obits nu fa
Sight exchange aud telegraphic 1 -nsie. J sold
on Portland, San Franciieo and New York.
Gold dust bought at stati la
Home for Sale i
For sale-good house aim
gadine street in southern
■ f town.
within two minutes walk < :
house. Lot is well fenced a: I . out, in
fruit trees and berries of all k ; is. all in
bearing; good barn and ehiri a bouse:
water right with property.
For further particulnrs : :
Ashland post office.
In Reeser's Blo.M,. Ashland. Or., Full stock
on hand and made to order.
Particular Attention paid to Job Work.
Which will ’ . .1
. aud at
AT LOWEST PRICES.
PUBE SOAP !
ULX-a, but th be»t material used.
B. F. REESER.
12.» lbs. for iji 1.
I se your on n refuse gn ase. etc., and Green
bank s Powdered Caustic soda. No special ap
paratus no experience, no fuel, and oulv 15
minutes time iiccdcc!. Scud for directions to
T. U . Jackson & Co.,
31- Cflùfornia St.. San Fr^nci'-cc
Where he is prepar rd to do all work iu hi# line
at short notice and in the best manner.
REPAIRING DONE at Short Notice.
Western Stage Co
H O U 8 E
Snell, Heltnhu & Woodard,
favorite home remedy
warranted not to contain a single par-
tide of Mercury or any injurious sub
stance, but 1# purely vegetable.
It will Cure all DiMase# cauaed
by Derangement of the Liver,
Kidneys and Stomach.
If your Liver is out of order, then ycur
whole system is deranged
Tne blood is
impure, the breath offensive; you have
headache, feel languid, dispirited and
nervous. To prevent a more serious con
dition, lake at once Simmons
If you lead a
or suffer with
Kidney Affectio ns, avoid
stimulants and take Simmons Liver Regulator.
Sure to relieve.
If you have eaten anything hard cf
digestion, or feel heavy after meals cr
sleepless at night, take a dose and yor
will feel relieved and sleep pleasantly.
If you are a miserable sufferer with
HitiouKiie»», seek relief at once in
Simmons Liver Reg dalor. It does not
require continual dosing, and costs but a
trine. It will cute jou.
If you wake up in the morning with a
litter, bad tasu in > ,ur mouth,
ff Simmons Liver Reguk- r. It eci•
k recta the Bilious Stomach, sweetens
__________ M the Breath, and cleanses the Furred
Tongue. Children often need some safe Cathar
tic and Tonic to avert approaching sickness.
Simmons Liver Regulator will relicse Colic, lt< a>i
ache. Sick Stomach, Indigestion, Dysentery, and
the Complaints incident to Childhood.
At any time you feel your system needs
cleansing, toning, regulating without violer t
purging, or stimulating without intoxi
J. H. ZE!UN 1 CO.,Philadelphia, Pa.
BMW JR USE.
Th# Greatest lUdieidTriumjh cf the Age
SYMPTOMS OF A
torpid L iver .
Loas ef apretite. Bewela cm Mve, Pai ■ ia
the beat, with a Oil aeaeatiea la the
hack »art. Fain aa4«r ska akaaMer-
hlade, Fallaeaa after aaaiac, sritk a Ala-
incllaatlea ta exerttea af baffy ar Biad.
Irritabilityafr«B»ert Uaw e»irtta. with
a feellag of bavin* aa*laeto4 aaa* 4aty,
Weariaeea. DtrslaeaOi Flattering at the
Heart. Data hetero the eyoo. Headache
ever the right eye, BaetleeneM, with
fltfal dreaae. Highly catered Urine, nnd
changed to a
G lout B lack by a «ingle application of
thia DTE.*’lt imparta a natural color, acts
instantaneoualy. Sold by bruggiata, or
•ent by axpreaa on receipt of *1.
Office, 44 Murray St., New York»
at low rates, and all work done promptly.
ASHLAND DRUG STORE
All Work Warranted.
Prices the Lowest.
H CHITWOOD & SON
City Transter and Uray Basiiess.
Horses Boarded and Fed.
At reasonable rates.
(Bell Truck and Dray.)
New and handsome turnouts, reliable aud
safe buggy teams, and good Raddle horse«
always to be had at these stables.
J. H. McBRIDE, PROPRIETOR
WiH Buy and Sell horses
THOMPSON A STEPHENSON
Passenger and Express
repared to offer the public better
Jationa than ever before afforded
in Southern Oregon in the livery business
6Ä Moving household goods, pianos, etc.,
Hardware, Stoves, & Tinware,
THOMPSON & STEPHENSUN
FREIGHT and lumber of nlFkimls trans
ferred promptly iti or near town.
The old stables on Main st toe t near the
bridge, and the new stables on Oak street,
are row under the pioprietorsliip mid inau-
Pat Oct 30th, 1883.
Li ver, Regulates the Bow-
Invigorate« the Liver,
els, Strengthens the System, Purifies the
Blood. Assists Digestion, Prevenís Fct
Is a Household Need. An Inva’.uab.-
Family Medicine for common coraploi a:
DI. UnOBD’S UV2B IHVIG0BAT0L.
AnerptrienM of Forty years, and Then,
sands cf Testimonials prove its Jkril.
Lower Than Anyone Else
dk . wrroxD’8 LIVER INVIGOBATOE-
LIVERY AND FEED
Freight moved anyu here about
town at rates
Is josc whit its name implies ; a
acts directly upor
the many disease
□ that im,
portant organ, a
arise from its
tion, such as
etc. It is therefore s
To have Good Healti
be kept in order.”
IMMUNITY from ANNOYANCE
Artists’ Materials, Lamps and Lamp Stock.
Passenger Coach to and from every Train.
Patent Medicines, Druggist’s Sundries,
LARGEST STOCK of DRUGS
on 'h® •• LU er and it» di-*ase#,” tr
Passenger & Freight
D r .SAHF9 ìì
FOR SAI.R "T ALL DF.AIXRS IN WEDTCtKES.
For f -tl information »md your addrere for I t
Repairing Neatly Done
J. W. O. GREGORY,
Liver and Kidneys
It ia perfectly harmleM and can
I m * given to the most delicate wo
man or child. For aale by all drug
And Fort Klamath Lines.
Will be made so as to give entire satisfaction
Following rtro cash psices for work: Pinning. $3 per M.; l lauiug and matching,
$4.50 per M.; Moulding, X cent nc-r inch, per ft.
Ashland, Oregon, April 16, 188G.
K WiU speedily relieve and per
K K manently cure all the various diffi
culties arising from a disordered
K K condition of the
ASHLAND - LINEVILLE
- ■ .
thi '.»J • fuU
Supply oi etcì ching in above
line, which Will bo sold et prices
as low as can be offered anywhere.
Will furnish lumber of all kinds, cither rough 01 dre sed, in quantities to suit
Nature's own remedy-----
Maia street, opposite Ileuek's Hotel,
MARY P. SPILLER,
Professor of Elocution and Principal of
the English Preparatory Department.
BENJAMIN J. HAWTHORNE. A. M..
Profe-s >r of Mental Philosophy and Eng
A. C. WOODCOCK, A. B.. Tutor.
Ir> s-. >il;>.-;.t . . A, p!;. ¿o your County
Supcrin'enib-nt. Write I >r a Catalogue to any
member of the F.tculty.
iu a workmanlike manner
Prices That Defy competition.
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc.,
Oregon Kidney Tea!
Near the railroad depot in
Stages leave Ashland daily (Sunday except
ed) on arrival of mail train from Portland,
arriving at Linkville, 6 o’clock, r M: also leave
I.inkville for Ashland every morning except
Ashland. W- C. T. XT
Connect nt Linkville with tri-wcckly stag
The Ashland Woman’s Christian Tem
perance Union meets every Tuesday after es for Fort Klamath and Lakeview.
New coaches anil new stock throughout, aud
noon at 3 o'clock in the Reading Room. All
special care given to make the traveling as
interested in the work of the order are in comfortable
as possible. Best route to East
vited to attend the meetings.
ern Oregon for travelers aud tourists.
M bs . J. W. S vttebfield , Pres.
Eor information apply to
Mrs. J. H. Russell, Sec.
TIIOS. GRAVENOR, Ageut,
A shland , O regon .
Ashland ofllcc at Willard i Eubanks hard
Agent nt Linkville. Chas,
Reanies, Martin «fc Co’s store.
well» hi the lino of planing, moulding, aud
WAGON - SHOP
Ashland Lodge, A. 0.XJ.W.
M ill keep on hand r. good stock c:
Would aunouuce to the public that he has
G rani le Si rm , 2 ksh la nd, Oregon,
B. F. Reeser’s
Meets iu lodge room iu Odd Fellow's Hall
every first and T hird Wednesday in each
mouth. Present hour of meeting'7:00 p . m .
All Brethren iu good standing are cordially-
invited to attend.
J. R. C asey , M. W.
W n . P atterson , Recorder.
Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Accordeo-is, Flutes, Flageolets, Music Books, Shee-J
Music, Muiic Rolls and Folios,
H. C. MESSENGER,
The Mineral Spring
In tl-c Justice > Coart for the precinct of Ash
land. county of Jackson, state of Oregon.
II- S. Emery, plaintirt', vs John Pierce, def >nd-
ieu by a sense
aut Act:, a to recover money.
To John Pit >■■--. the above named defendant:
»•nt to Iu the name of the State of Oregon: You are
the kid- hereby re -nfred to appear before the under
signed. aJn-tieeof the Peace for the precinct
ït times, aforesaid,
at the office of such Justice in such
■ uf, flntu- Proc.;; t. on
th,- :oth day of October, 1886, at 10
'.. etc. A o'elot k in the forenoon of said day to answer
! during a the above nmm-d platinili in a civil action.
The <1 :\ u<l. ::t will take notice, that if he
. Blind, fail to m -’ver th, complaint herein, the plain
-I nt once tiff v. ill take udgm- nt against him for the
nty--i . I, liar and twenty-five cts.
>'s Pile stun oi tv-
.nd disbursement# of
the parts together
: ••>• I thi-Ith day of Septem
J. 8. E ubanks ,
perma- 1 ber. 1'6.
Justice of the Peace.
- -i, the
court made the
O. Sold Ith >l.i; of s- ptember, Is-»;. E.
D e P batt ,
Att'y for plaintiff.
SHOP NEAR THE DEPOT.
All members of the G. A. K, in good
standing are cordially invited to visit Burn
side Post, which meets in the Masonic hall.
Ashland, every 2d and 4th Wednesday in
J. M. M c C all ,
We also keep a full -i:nply of .1 I’El.IOlt . iring* for the Violin, Banjo, and Gunar.
Anu is pjepa.i u to do preinpilv
MEDICINES, . ETC.
DEPARTMENT OF OREGON.
SAW CUMMINC A SPECIALTY.
Headquarters Burnside Post, G. A. R.
At foot c f Cascade Mountains,
All hinds of Castings furnished at lowest rates.
HOPE REBECCA DEGREE LODGE NO. 14.
Meets on the 2d and 4tb Tuesday in each
month in Odd Fellows’s Hall, Ashland.
M rs . M. F. C asey , N. G.
J. K. Helmau, Sec’y.
Machinery of All Kinds Made
New and Repaired.
PILOT ROCK ENCAMPMENT NO 16, I O O F.
Meets iu Odd Fellow*'* Hail every 2d and 4th
Monday in each month. Member* in good
standing cordially invited to attend.
E. J. F aklow , C. P.
Robt. Taylor, Scribe.
Always on hand. In ¡.e I, an: thing i:i thj .
line can be furni hi 1 on Short Notice.
Give us a cull and I ■ >nvi .1. .11 orders by mail promptly attended to.
Hold regular meetings every Saturday even
ing at their hull in Ashland. Brethren tn good
standing are cordially invited to attend.
R out . T aylor , N. G
John May Secretary,
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS.
The re are imitations of the celebrated
and ubi relia1?.-■
i. o. o. F.
HUNSAKER & DODGE,
Are Now running both ways daily between
Portland and Ashlaud. The o. A < . R. R. Fer
ry makes connection w ith all the regular trains
on the East Side l'iv. from foot of F St.
West Side Division.
Ashland Lodge No. 15,
The Tailoring Business
ALPHA CHAPTER NO. I, O. E. 8.
Slated meetings on 1st and 3d Tuesday In
M bs . A nna C arter , W. M.
Miss Anna Alidernou. Secretary.
East si.le Division.
Would inform ibe public that he has again es
tablished himself iu
ASHLAND LODGE NO. 2>, A. F. A A. M.
Stated cominimicatiou on the Thursday of
or before the full moon.
II. U. H ill , W. M.
A. E. Hammond. Secretary.
J. D. FOUNTAIN.
(DAILY EXCEIT SUNDAYS.)
SISKIYOU CHAPTER, M. 21, R. A. M.
Regular convocations on the Thursday next
after the Dill moon.
W. II. A tkinson , II. I’.
A. E. Hammond, Rei j.
Close connections made nt Ashland with
stages of the California. Oregon and Idaho
X'^.Wnre rooms at R. R. Bridge, near Youle
<k Gilroy’s planingmill.
Masonic Directory, Ashland
A Full Line of Books and Stationery
------ TIME 2J‘ DAYS.-----
To SAN FRANCISCO»-’: to SACRAMENTO»0
Next lo i he N utley *Lo. -I.op on Main street,
The iiiider.-.igtied offer- for 'ale his stock
amt Inis lor sale a well chosen stock of
ranch of 360 acres situated on the Head of An I
miles north of Ashland,
cloths and C’assimeres
Oregon. A 1 ratii-ii for stock purposes; also
raise good vegetables. Will put up this seasen From which to make up suits to order. Also a
fine line of
40 tons of liay off the place. Will sell stock on
the place, hay, and household goods with the
For farther information apply to
G eo . If. B ayley .
sort, etc.; all for sale nt lowest living prices.
Ashland, Or. July 16, 1886.
Eu!l line of samples of Ashland Woolen
Goods and other fabrics on hand.
Fine Custom and Ready-made Clothing,
Ranch For Sale
Who oilers at Bottom 1’riccs a largo and vr.ikJ assortment of
If you want fair dealing and
Best Location in Rogue River
The undersigned, in consequence of the :1
health of his wife, is compelled to seek a drier
climate, and ther-dor offers for sale his farm
of 98 acres adjacent to tile Town of Talent.
The place is in a high state of cultivation, con
tains a good house and barn, about ‘>00 fruit
trees, good water, etc. Will also sell liorscs,
wagons, cattle, hogs, a full outfit of fanning
implements aud household furniture. Terms
The larm will be sold alone, if desired. Ad
G. F. P ennebakex .
Talent, Oregon, Feb. 5, 188«.
HUNSAKER & DODGE.
W. H. ATKINSON
''CMtorla is so well adapted to ehlldrca that
I recommend It os superior to any prescription
known to me."
IL A. Axcimn, JI. D ,
B KANS AW
Cures Rheumatism. Neuralgia.
THE UNDEK81GNED OFFERS FOL
sale a No. 1 grain farm, containing 204
acres of tillable land Hitualed on the stage
road, six iuile3 east of Jacksonville. Flaoe
is well improved; good well of water for
house use and living stream for -tocl .
Also 215 acres lying within half a i ..,u of The largest and Finest stock of furniture iu
Phoenix, all under fence, county read on
two sides; can at small expense be put in
cultivation. For particulars cell on or ad
Ou my 201 acre farm there Is one hundred
acres of grain and hay glowing, that 1 will
sell with the farm. If desired, inti give | k > s -
session at atty lime.
JOHN 8. HEREIN, Ashland, Or.
Farm For Sale
A nice home on Bear ereek 2U miles north
of the town of Ashland, containing 109 acre«
of good laud, all under cultivation and well
feueed; a new house of three rooms and sntn-
Pictures and Frames
:-ier kitchen: a never failing'spring at the
door, bam. and young orchard. For particu
CHAIRS, 50 DIFFERENT DESIGN8
lars apply to
P. L yttletos . Ashland, Or.
for Infanta and Children
H. S. EMERY’S
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Choice Farms For Sale.
It is noticeable that while the price of
ant hra. itocoal g<>es up at stated intervals,
the men who dig the coal in the anthra
cite mines get the samó slender wages
that they did a year ago.
What a Wife !■
Simply this and nothi
It came from!’. K. B<> .
Has proved to be a per'
Pleasant tasting, safi
That Gam Tree ( Eacalyp
T K Bolton A co would <
tion of th^ir friends and tl.
excellent preparation, i
and San Francisco, calif
leaves of a peculiar vari tv
or bine gum tree
has no sickening proper;
stomach, and is most r<
coughs, colds, sore throat, v
bronchitis, croup and any .
sumption. Sold by
City Drugstore, a
and practices law.
Gn -ss th- jiocp’o of Florida never
heard oi the Del Norte Tit cord man. • In
addition to the a'oove professions fol
lowed by Brother Eldredge, ho is a doctor
and has an lurderteker's shop Areata
Thank:-Rnx V-.'i!?y. but why net men
?- tiiu.-. ■ w about the
Ei i i d office. ( i ’.
C i \/ .Record.
The cxtitoi <n the Senile (F lorida i Ga-
zetic :-:,iy be fitly ¿escribed as a cosniog-
onal f.inn. He runs a newspaper, a saw
mill. a postoffice, a real w-tato business
More Rations than Indian.-«.
HOT AND COLD BATHS
M««le only of the flu»«« m A
itjr of UI om for whA.U.uH»t beat.
Every good thing la Counter-
x’eited, and consumers are CAU-
TIONED again et IMITATIONS of
these Chimneys made of VERY
POOR GLiABS. See that the exact
General Delivery and Pas label
Is on each chimney as above.
The Pearl Top is always clear and
Business within the city limits. Prices the bright Glass.
'HE UNDERSIGNED is running, m con
nection with his Pioneer Hotel business-
a passenger and express hack, and Las a
city license to do a
lowest and satisfaction guaranteed.»
J^”Orders left at Clayton A Gore's will
Ttceive prompt attention.
GEO. A. MACBETH AGO.
I J. 13EAVIT.
FOR SALE-BY DEALERS.
Maanfactared ONLY by
Pltbbnrgh Uad <4I imm Wark«
Ashland White Sulphur Springs.
The undersigned has completed a Urge
swimming rink at hl# warm sulphur springs
north of town, w here first-cla*-« aceommoas-
tions are furnised for bathersand swimmers.
On Thursday and Friday afternoons of
each week the rink Is reserved for ladies. On
Snnday open all day; other <lava, from 1 to 6 p.
Water from the warm sulphur »pnng tiow .:
directly into the rink, which i- tin. kc|N«t th
C**P rices — Baths 25c; swimming 10c: au-ut