Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919, November 26, 1886, Image 4

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    ASHLAND TIDINGS.
STATE AND COAST.
MISCELLANEOUS.
No It-sd than half a dozen murders have
been committed in Spokane county, AV.
T., tn the last eighteen months, says the
It is said that the light from an elec­ Sentinel.
tric light tower in Davenport. Ill. fulls
It is a singular fact that neither Voor­
full upon a flower garden about one hun­
hees nor Bradshaw carried bis own pre­
dred feet away, and during the past sum­
mer the owner had observed that lilies, cinct at the late election in Washington
which have usually bloomed only in the Territory.
Colonel Bill Parker, a character known
day, have opened in the night, and that
morning glories have unclosed their in nearly every mining camp in the
blossoms as soon ns the electric light United States, died at Murray. Idaho.
Monday, Nov. 15, aged 54 yearn. e
fell on them.
Cures Rhcctnatism. Nevralgia.
lUrkarh**. Ilrudnehr. ìoothach«’,
Fred Winkleman. the boy murderer,
hiiraln«. Hruia«»». r*.r.. He.
New lie for Criminak in India.
PUH I . Kll TY < I XTS.
died Thursday at the Oregon insane
Al DKli.t.ris ANI» DEAIEES.
1111 flUUI F.S A. ì<>t I I I II 4<J.. HAl.1 IMttRk. MI».
It is proposed in India to petition the I asylum. He h;id been sentenced to the
•tate to turn over the 3ik) or 4H0 crimi­ penitentiary for life, and it proveil to lx* a
nals annually condemned to death to an short term.
authorized medical comtniMtion for the
Leigh Hunt, of Iowa, has bought the
purpose of experimentation, primarily
Seattle Post-intelligencer, the leading
with a view to determine the transmissi­
newspaper of Washington Territory. He
bility of cholera from one man to another.
tried to buy the Oregonian, but that pa­
As tho subjects of the experiments, if
they escape the disease, are to receive a per is not for sale.
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Laliorers in all Puget Sound nulls have
full pardon, it is supposed they will will­
I
succeeded
in their demand for ten hours
ingly submit themselves to the proposed
a day instead of eleven and a half, which
¡unties «ntl l'oison.
tests.
they have lieen working. The demand SAr c.
Preparing a Report.
was a reasonable one.
SURE
Mr. C. B. Carlisle is engaged in the I The only female justice of the peace in
preparation of a re|Mirt of the work ar- I Eastern Washington is Mrs. Lena Camp­ PROMPT,
tr I» • o.inr* tsn D rju . i
TIH iiltl.il> V. > M.LLI K <<».. HAl.TIflORE» MD.
compiisb«d by the state board of immi­ field, of Alder creek precinct, Yakima
gration during the pdst twenty months. county, says the Signal, who goes to the
At the last regular meeting of the board office with a handsome majonty.
an outline of the report was read. Sev-
Salem paper: Capt. -I. T. Apperson,
er<jd s.iggvstious waraoJ ire I by th? num­ i I
HORSE I'KIMENT
president. Van B. DeLashmutt and J. L.
bers, and a revised report is being pre-
Hidlet were in tho city Tues lay an 1 ar­
p.ired by the secretary embodying the
ranged for holding the annual m vting of
su ggestions made. The report is being
the Oregon state agricultural board, at
pr‘pared in the tn »st concise manner tho capitol building. Nov. 3i»th.
0
pc Miibl-». The entire work done by the I
It will be remembered that Gov. Mootlv
bi ir,l for th» period nun j J »rill be in-
issued
a call fora speeitd election to take
cl lied iu a very couJ use»! form, but no
place
in
Multnomah county on Nov. 29,
iiUjK>rt.int fact or figure <»iuitte.l. Gov.
to
elect
a
representative to the legislative
I Iff. 11. H. H. Bor««* Liniment put»
M <x? ly, in bis retiring m >ss iget,» th? leg­
* m a life into the Antiquated Horae!
assembly
to
succeed U. S. Surveyor-Gen­
islature will emooly tms report of the
For tho iaat 14 years the H. H. H. Horse
Liniment has oo»-n the leading remedy
board so iu to clearly set forth wh.il eral Taylor. The republicans have nomi­
inn HU Farmer» and Stockm -n for the
nated
David
Goodsell,
Esq.,
a
prominent
<-ir»>
of Sprain». Bruise« Stiff Joint»,
has been done.
bt»»»im, \\ iml rails. Sore Shoulders, etc.,
and w, 11-known lawyer of Portland, and
ami for Family Use is without an equal
the dennxTats have endorsed J. J. Kelly.
for Kiienmati-m Nenralgia. Ache», Pains,
Wagon Road Granta.
■ru “77 i I"t;;'ujl,f<Vr ‘liisof all characters.
I of East Portland, who was nominated by
I n»- II. H. 11. Liniment ha.» many imita­
Proser. special agent who was detailed
tions. :.nd we caution the Public to see
' "Col.” Gdson's labor party.
by the interior department to examine
that th«- Trade Mark ' H. H. H.” is on
every Bottl- before purchasing. Female
the work done in Oregon, states that tile
»-rerywli'
r- for M) eeate anil il.ou per
Bueklen’s Arnica Salve
Bottl».
Willamette Valley and Cascade wagon
road grant embraced 861,640 acres, of
The best Salve in th»* w»>rld for cuts,
-FOR SALE Bi
which 548.749 acres were patented to the bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain»,
company and 312.DD4 acres still remain corns, and all skin viuptions. iital positiv»
J. H. CHITWOOD &L SON, Ashland.
unpalented. Proper says that he went Iv cures piles, or no pay required. It is
to give perfect satisfaction, or
over the entire road and found that it guaranteed
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
was a shamelul piece of work. He states For sale by J. K. »'hilwood Son’s.
— Foli THU BEST
that the company appropriated an old
Alaska Mines.
country road from Albany, where the
TIN, SHEET-IRON &COPPERWARE
(Tacoma
Ledger.]
military road Ix'gun, to a point four mileB
One of the miners here from Yukon
east of Swret Hole, a distance of thirty-
Call at
six miles; that from that point east of river region in /Alaska arrived in Tacoma
Cache creek about sixty miles, a passable yesterday on his way to Portland. He
road was built, except for waat of many says there are about 150 miners there,
i
necessary bridges, and that from Cache and every one has made money over his
I
creek to the eastern boundary of the expenses. Sixty-five are wintering there.
state—350 links—the company only During the past two seasons over $60-
madb a wagon track, building no bridges, 000 have been taken from the bars along
making no grades, filling in no depres­ the river. So far the diggings are shal­
sions. The report states that a single low, easily worked, the gold being of a tn Reuser*!« Bloch. Nubian»!. Or., Full stock
wagon was driven across tlio coun­ fine character. Rocking is the principal
on hand and made to order.
style of mining, though some of
try and its marks were called the road.
No agent has been detailed to inspect the miners are sluieng. The river Particular Attention paid to Job Work.
the Dalles military road. The grant to has been prosjiectcd for a distance
that company consists of 576.000 acres, of 320 miles. There will lie a large Which will be done in a workmanlike inanuer
ami Hl
of which 126.910 are patented, the rest re­ rush for Stewart river in the spring
maining still uupatente«L Commissioner The greatest amount rocked out in one
Sparks states that although he has no day was over $1'10, while sluicing pan­
reliable information in regard to tho way ned out from $30 to $80 to the man.
the work was doue, be is satistiid that it Prospecting for deep ground has been
was not properly preformed from the short attempted but water has always inter­
B. F REESER
time the company took to make the road. fered. A foot or so below the surface
The survey was liegun April 22, 1869; frozen ground is met. and this has con-
the road -230 miles long was completed tinned to a depth of ten and fifteen feet.
on May 17th. just twenty-five days later, I
Wonderful Cures.
and wus acoepted by the governor of
i
W.
D.
Hoyt
co., Wholeanlo nn<l Kelai;
Oregon in June, sixty three days from Druggists of A
Koine, (.a., wty:
We hav.
the time the survey began.
been selling Dr. King’s New Diacoverv.
Here Oregom ms can see Low true and Electric Bitters «nd B'lcks ti’e Arnica Salv.
for two years. Have- never handled reme­
nonest the state h.is been to allow so dies tnat s»*i) as well, or give such universal
much fraud. Who was the governor?— satisfaction. L'tiere have been some won­
derful cures effected by these medicines in
[ ll’tiseo Sun.
tins city. Several cases of pronounc-il
FRIDAY
DRUGS AND MEDICINES-PIANOS, ORGANS-MISCELLANEOUS.
NOVEMBER 2»',. I***'-
GER manreme OT
For Pain
CITY DRUG AND JEWELRY STORE !
Removed to Brick Block, cor. Main and Oak Sts.,
ASHLAND,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Rings, Spectacles, Quartz
Glasses, Drawing Sets, Etc. Also,
A FULL LINE OF DRUGS. PATENT MEDICINES.
• *
i J*ortlaUd Telegram.]
1). 8. K. Buick, wh»> was appointed
manager of the exhibit car, which the
state board of immigration sent »>n a tour
of the Eastern states during the past sea­
son, has made his report. From it we
glean the following items: The car
traveled through eight different stat,»s
and three territories; several of which
were viaiteil twi»-e during the tour. The
ear wiu* exhibited in thirty-two different j
large eititw an I t>»w,is, an I at as tu my
more stopping placee in the interior ol
these states. It was visited by up»v.ir»ls
of 2H0.HB0 different pt-ople; indeed, the
journey was an ovation; the car lx-tng
i-ruwikxl, wh »never it stopped, no matter
if but for a few minutes. It travel,si a
• little more than 7.'kk 1 miles in the tour
of seventy-four d.iys. From the car thf
manager distributed 65.IMW pieces of irn-
migration literature. In closing tho re-
port. Mr. Buick says, taking all the in-
dicati»>ns nn»i the facts of this journey-
together with evidence coming in the
shape of letters from eastern jieople and
intending immigrants, which I fouml
aw.nting ui<‘at Roseburg, an,1 the state-
mout of the secretary of the state board,
that seventeen hea»ls of families had re­
cently arrived, who volunteered the in­
formation that a visit to the car decided
them to eouie to Oregon. I am force«!
to the conclusion that the result of our
labors m this direction will be the arrival
iu Oregon early in the coming year of
t housan'ls of people seeking permanent
homes anil business connections of every
kind. It appears to me that people of
every county in the state should urge up-
• >n their legislative repn-sentativos. by till
possible means, the necessity of in iking a
lilieralappropriation fortlie maintenance
of the state lxiard of immigration, under
whose direction ;m»l management these
-trangers will In« received, as heretofore,
tn a kindly, helpful manner,an»l furnished
with all possible information leading io
settleiu«.*nt. If this i- u»>t d«>ne,and these
l»eople are allow»»») to »Irift alsmt after
arrival in the state, uuaiiled an»l unadvise«!
bv a »I'.sintereMcd l>oard under control
• »f tlie state, the labors »>f the prt.M'iit
Ixtard an»l all the money exjH-nde»! will
lie worse than wasted and the »tate will
greatly suffer from a reaction, from which
it will take years to recover.
School Books and Si ationerv
Artists’ Materials, Lamps and Lamp Stock.
t./
Special Attention Paid to the Prescription Department.
Itruukenne»«, or l.i»|»ior llubit. tan be
« iire«l by aalininisteriug I>t Haines’
«.olden Specific.
It can be given m a cup oi coffee or te >
without the knouletlge of «h. person tak-
ng it. effiH'tliig .i sjivedv anil , h rimin»*tit
••ar» . whether the patient 1» a imKieratv
»innker or an iLohoiic wrec k.
■>f »Irntik-ird.s have 1 h » hii made teuqH-rale
ivii whohav»- t: k* n th»- Go,den Sja cifh- m
their C<>ffi-e without ¡hell' knowledge, tiuii
•o-dHV belie»»- th, v qtiii drinking of their
• wu tree will. No baimful effects result
from itsadmiuiiatratioi! Cures guaranteed,
'end for circular and full particulars. Ad
Ire«» in confluence G<> li >.: x S pkchtc C o ..
>..5 Rae- St., (hncinunti. Ohio.
When doctors cannot help you then take
Gilmore's Magnetic Elixir for vour throat
oud lungs, t\>r sate at the City drug store.
T K Bolton A co would call the atten­
tion of their friend» and the public to this
excellent preparation, made in Australia
»nd San Francisco, California, from the
leaves of a peculiar virietv of the Euca­
lyptus or blue glim tree of Australia. It
has no sickening property to disturb th»
stomach. nn»l is most reliable for e’uin».-
coughs, colds, sori- throat, wh»H,pingc»>n».»li.
bronchitis, croup and hiiv tendrnev to con­
sumption. Sold by
I K IL>i rox,
Cit v Drug store, agent tor Ashland
D r . 1\FI.L« m ;»; s W orm T ka is entirely
free fr»un all Mercurial j-ieperties, can be
given to the w eakest cons'ituti»>n with­
out danger, ts palatable and easily ad
ministered to children, is mild in opera-
tiotl. and never fails to effect a cure,
rice 25 cents.
Sold by Chitwood A
S*>n.
MISCELLANEOUS
MRS, L POWELL
111-
\ I ’ N i ) H Ù
» •!> » • i» »ire,
Ashland,
Nud nop« «
Oregon,
r-.-i . ive a go ><i patronage
WILL EMPLOY NO CHINESE LABOR.
11-17
.Mail Train.
H CHITWOOD & SON
FOR
LEAVE
ASHLAND,
OREGON.
An-prepared to furnish 1‘IAN’iis ami ORGAN’S at
I’ltlt'ES that
DEFY < <
-kll lustrum, nt» g:. ' antei 'l as repre«, ute l or M' u, , r< funded.
Our terms are as liberal .is any house on the Coast. Bacon, Lard, Wheat.
Oats or Barley taken in payment for Instruments. Cash also, not rejected
------- ORGANS
in part pay
taken
Wot M<l© Division
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS.
PIANOS
Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Accordeons, Flutes, Flageolets, Music Books, Shee'
Music, Music Rolls and Folios,
313-15
BARGAINS !
AT
* «es-
And Fort Klamath Lines.
I
Ashland office at Willard A Eubanks hard-
wan- store.
Agent al Linkville, Chas, 8. Moore, m
Reames, Martin A Co s store.
ll-t>
Masonic Directory, Ashland.
City Transfer and Dray Bnsiness.
I
Manufacturer and Wood-W.orker
AT LOWEST PRICES.
ORNAMENTAL
SAWING
and
TURNING
Following are cash prices for work: Pinning. $3 per M.: Planing and matching.
$1.50 per M.; Moulding, Yi cent pel inch, per ft.
( 10 44
Ashland. Oregon, April 16, 1886.
o
Tlie Bt'YERT Gl IDK ts
twued Sept, and March,
ea*h year.
31» page«,
8!-»* ti', »lichee,with over
3,BO J illustration« — •
whole Picture Gallery.
GIVJ a B Wholesale Price«
divert to rnnsiKHTS on all goods for
personal or family u»e. Tell» how to
order, and gives exact cost of «very*
thing you use. eat, drink, wear, or
have fnu with. These I.VVALVABLE
BOOKS contain information gleaned
from the markets of the world. We
will mail a copy I RI.F. to any ad­
dress upon receipt of 10 cts. to defray
expense of mailing. Det us hear from
yon.
Respectfully,
ORDERED
Will be made
fo
Repairing Neatly Done
DEAI.EIS 1'
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
&t1 A. 229 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Ilk
PHOTOGRAPHS
Mad»-I,», the Gelatin-»-Bromide. >>r
DRV
1*KO< 1XS
Nre now taken b» the Deading Photographers in all the fit.!' s. mid for Groups,
urea of children, etc., tiro fur stifKriur t»i th« old s»>-c:ilied "wet-].iute i-r c -».
Call at Logan's Gallerv, on the hil,
And examine work made excl isiv-ly l>y the new proem. Photograph« runde by the
One-eighth or 10-11». box crackers at the leading
artist» of the const <m exhibition for comparison.
L# 41
Red HoUcc. 65c.
♦
fl "I i ' iiMriuitioii, un«
flow ili z, T>
natural «■ ;. . .-<*•■• :
• X proIn,»ma or
fallintc of t»:c t:
i-, weak bark,
ante vcrfclou, ref ro% :»ioii, bearliifi«
down aciiMitio:' 's < A-otiic «<>nzei>a
tioii, liifltimi.ii* . ». it:s<l nice ration
of the womb, i
___________ pain
___
'ranialioti,
and tend erne «.a i 1 «>.::i-icH, internal
brat, and ‘»lecture v. eukneas.”
<7
IN ASHLAND,
Next to th»- Niith v sho»» «hop on Main Mre» t
mid has for sale a well chosen stin k of
Cloths and Cassimvres
Also
It nr i nn'lv r li
7 : ;~
- and cunff ' Nausea
and Weakiir«« « f stotnacb,
Indiftea«
...... J « h. Iridiftc««
tion. Bio it i ii««. crvoits ProMrallou,
and Slecplcanne*»., », in either sex.
M
Moil's Furnishing Goods,
l on»f»ting of Fin»» Shirt«. I’tiderwearof every
I »»»rt, etc.; all for sale at lowest living price».
(
Eiul line ■■T .»• Mjdes of AManei Hoolen
fjood.i and otherJahrics on hand.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
9-44
avorito Prescription
the result of tliij » ust r xpcricnce.
It Is a powrrfi 1 r:«-hiorntl ve Tonte
nnd Ncrx it: - 1
• <- v ig‘-r and st l ength
to tn ■»»sti i.i.
I <
». !•- if bv magie. 1.( 0«
corrbcu,
___________
I.» r
<-\<
<-aaive
The Tailoring Business
I
DD10C C i I'D cn
m « BOTTLEI
rnlLC M.LJ, 1
$u.oo.
Sold by »ruvgiata <•» «-ryw here. Send
ten cents in st-imps t,,r I>r. I’l. r.-»-'» large
Treatiao on Dio uses ol NN'omen, illustrated.
World’s Dispensry Medical Association.
663 Main Street, BUFFALO. N.Y.
MACHINE SHOP
£:::;- i : eadache ,
Rlllona Headache,
IkizziucM, Couatipa«
Hon. Ind ideation,
and III lion« Attack«,
promptly cun-d by Dr.
I’icrcc’N Pleasant
Pnreative Pellets. 26
cents i> vial, by Druggalta
Machinery of All Kinds Made
All Kinds of Castings furnished at lowest rates
IMMUNITYfrom ANNOYANCE
H. SCHERRER
SHOP WAR THE DJW'OT.
as to give entire satisfaction
MYER BROS.
ASHLAND. ORECON
i
Would inform the public that he has again es
tablished himself in
WORK
Hie old stables on Main street near th«
bridge, and the new stables on Oak street,
are now under the pioprietorahip and tuan-
ngemeut of
Hardware, Stoves. & Tinw
DR. PIERCE’S
MI SCELLAS EO (’S.
M. MAYER,
Ki ri's constantly on haml a mil
supply of everything in above
line, which will be soldat prii es
i»3 lo»» asean be offered au» w here.
ALL
oikcaBj
nt th
e. ali-’«' Hotel and
Sur".cal I laute, ha» af.
arded lanrc exneri<-ncc in udaptmg niuedM
or tlieir cure, unii
Lower Than Anyone Else.
ORE» ;< >N.
STA BLES
•
D iseases cf
I W omen .
f^^Freight moved anywhere about
town at rates
I
Soia Sjrioîs Hotel.
At foot of Cascade Mountains,
ut low rate», and all work done promptly.
OREGON.
Plf.F. Tr'HOR’t and STIHCTI RES
reat.-l with th»- gr< cte t su
»«. Book fu nt
for ten rents in atanu ». Addreaa Wom.n'H
D ispensary M idi « -. i . A» sh .LAT1 o N.6G3 Main
Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
atui> i.t < f many
t’
• < i < -< s ol tboce
M^cullar tu
SAW CUMMINC A SPECIALTY.
\siiL.\Nl»
LIVERY AND FEED
■ good w,,rk d»»n»
c. & s.
_
and permanently cured tiy our
pecialists. Dook, post-paid. 16 cts. in stamp».
saawnMH ft it pt ii re. or Breach, radl-
DiinT'"»e I callv cun-il, without toe knife.
Hurl w..i. I wi.hout.
|>< ndence upon
». .i very l"tk»
pom. Ik, ... s<nt fur t< u cents
a st.un;^
Passenger Coach to aod from every Train.
From which to make up suits to order.
fine line of
_
Ncrvotm Debility, ImpO.
tnicy, r.'oi tiiriiul I.oaaee,
and ull .91 orbi»1 Conditions
' Ciuscd
' i-”, ti
i ly
»
■
«i » as ■ m ■
■
mi
lontliful
Fol«
[Mri7irR‘* Ilie« ani Vcrnicioua holt
Ui" —■ tary
tnrv Practice»
Prat tirfb ate
me ftnredili
«¡»cedily
—TRANSFER.—
MANUFACTURER,
«. r. SONNTCHSEN.
Fiest Style.
!
i
THE ASHLAND
New Work
11 particular».
Passenger & Freigh
Saddle and Harness,
H. JUDGE.
OR WES.
ft
Ci' Moving household good«, piano- vie
pt i ialty
IIM7
«e us, or »end t n cer's in «tamps for our
»Invalid«’ Guide Look,” which gives
CITY-----
HENRY JI DGE,
And is prepared to do promptly nil work in th«' line of planing, moulding, and
general wood-working.
Will furni*h lambcr of all kinds, either rough oi dreMted, in quautitic-H to suit
pu roll a wars.
FREIGHT and lumber of all kind» Iran»
rred promptly in or near town
ASHLAND, OREGON
Would announce to the public that he has purchased the Marsh planing null
and sash and door factory on
PERFUMERY Sash, Doors. Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc.,
!»
J. W. 0. GREGORY.
File Ashland Woman’s Christian Tem­
perance Union me< ts every Tuesday after­
noon at.lo’cli’ck m the Heading Room. All
litercsteU m th»- work of the order arc in­
vited to attend the meetings.
Mi.«. -I. W. s.vnian tei t>, Pre*.
Mrs. J. II. Bussell, Sec.
H. C. MESSENGER,
OUR FiZLD OF SUCCESS.
Chronic Na«il Catarrh. Throat infi
.ung Disca c-,, 1.1 ver and Kidn.JT
Hseaae«, Blnd»l r t:l«easc«, l>i«ea«es
>f Women, It oo.t Ili»ea*cs and Nerv*
>os Affeciion«, ,-u»-<d litre or at home,
rith or without s » ing thopatit nt. Come ana
J. H. McBRIDE, PROPRIETOR.
All members of the G. A. K. in good
st i di’agar«* oordiallv intited tovisit Burn­
side Post, which meets m tile Masonic hall,
kshiand. i very 2d and 4th Wednesday in
• iich tu >nth.
J. M. M c C all .
•
Commander.
Ashland, W« C. T. V.
rganized with a full StafT of eighteeB
Experienced nu<! Eklllful Physicians
• nil .arcous for (lie treatment of
till Chronic I i . mswi .
(Bell Truck and Dray.)
Headquarters Burnside Post, G. A. R,
ASHLAND. OREGOÎL
McCALL'S BLOCK.
OfTicft. 4d .r..urray St., M.w York.
stages leave Ash and daily Sunday except
ed; <>n arrival of mail train from Portland
arriving at Linkville. 6 o'clock. I- M also leu»»
I.inki'llle for Ashlumi every moruiug excepi
Sunday.
Connect at Linkville with tri-weekly »tag
es for Fort Klamath and Lakeview.
New coan he* ami new stock throughout an-
special » are given to make th»- traveling a»
comfortable a« possible. Best route to East­
ern Oregon for trawlers and tourist*.
Eor information apply to
THO«. GRAVEXOR. Agent.
A siii anp . O kego .*
SALE !
Meets in l.alge room ill odd Fellow s Hall
.-very must ..nd T hirl Wednesday i-> each
mouth. Present hour of meeting 7:U0 I-. .'!.
xll Br< ttireii in good .-tamlins are cordially
inviteli lo alt» nd.
.1 K C asev . M. NN.
NN »I. P a TTEI ison . Recorder.
G hat H ath or NN' ui » kek » changed to a
G lo *«T B lack bv it single appHcstion of
thin D t . .
imparts a tiu turn I color.acts
lnstanianc»,u'ly. sol»l by D’-’ijgiits, or
• ent bv min -, on leceiptot SI.
ASHLAND - LINKVILLE
HOPE KEBEi ( A DEGREE LODGE NO. II.
M,->’4» on the 2,1 au»l 4tli Tuesday in each
month iu 0»l»l Fellow s'« Hall. Ashland.
Ma». M F. < AMi\. N. G.
J. K Helman. Sec y.
i
♦s
y
specially adapted
•o effect« such a
■ >n toll the sufferer,
* i »elite,andcaiue the
• h,i , ib, «««tern to
. i Tonic Action on
_________________
-. It eyeular
fltool« are
Itafurra^Mt^RLT.
11 Murray *»t..|W.T.
tn »uc h case«, one <
cha» g ■ «»fie«,line •<t«»
TUTT’S riAIR DYE.
PIL',1 RU< K ENCAMPMENT NO 16, IOO 1
Meets in Odd Fellows's Hall every 2»i and 4th
Monilay in each mouth. Members in good
'landing cordially mviteil to attemi.
E. J. F arlow ,
P.
Robt Tayl r. Scribe.
BARGAINS !
CONSTIPATION.
TUTT S XUl-ESar-
They Increase the
I 1« t » Take ou I
notirished., • »1 by
th.' OiKOtt »c Orea
prolii,-' I. IMeA.Nr
I. <». O. F..
HUNSAKER & DODGE.
Will keep on hand n good stock of
FRONT STREET. »S. F.
I.oa.ofiippetite. Iluwrlt en.tivr, Pain la
ths head, with n dull «enaation iu th.
back pari. Pain under the »houldrr-
blud.-, I'ullnc«» after eating, with adi»-
iia lia ition to exertion of body or mind.
Irritability oitemper, l.ow «pirit«, with
a feeline of linring ncslected «omo duty,
Wearine»«, Dizzinea», Fiutterinc at the
Heart. Dot« before the eye«. Headache
over the right eye, Re»tle»»n«aa, with
fitful dreams. Highly colored L'rine, and
ARRIVE.
Cor. F and Front Sts.. Portlnd, Or.
Ilobl regular meeting« ever» Saturday even­
ing at th, ir hull in Aiiilnnil. Brethren In goo»l
'landing are eoniially invih-,1 to attend.
R»» bt . T ayi . uk . N. G
John Muy Secretary.
G vanite St root, A si 1 Hi nd, ( )rt‘<2:011
C. W. COBURN &. CO.,
A
TORPID LIVER.
OF
SYMPTOMS
Freight will nut be received fur >hipineut af­
ter '» o’clock P. M on either the East or West
Si'l« IHv i>ioii’>
It KOEHLER.
E. P. ROGERS,
Muuagcr.
G F. & P»»s. Agent.
Ashland. Lodge No. 45,
Respectfully,
.
ASHLAND
Always on hand. In fact, anything in the usi<- line can be furnished on short Notice.
Give U« a call and be convinced. All nrderii by mail promptly attended to.
I
Sold ONLY to the Ret.-iil Drug Trade
tit Schedule Prices.
The Greste»: Itidica^rium^h of ths Ag»!
Portlaml
4 >0 P M M< Minn» die..» «> P. M
Mi Minnville 5 t.> A. M.¡Portland
9:0t) A. M.
I.»»cal tick, is for »ale and baggage cheeked at
company 's up-town office, <-or Pine and Second
streetH. Ti< kets for principal points in Califor­
nia can only be procured at company'» office
alpha < hapti r no . i , o . e . k
stat, d meetings on 1st and 3d Tuesday in
■ a» h mon h
.M rs . A sm C arter NV. M.
Anna Aii'lersoii Seqretary.
Wc also keep a full supply of Sl'PERIOR strings for the Violin, Banjo and Guitar.
you want I will
it for you.
ARE WORLD RENOWNED.
ARKtVE,
|
Portlaml....... 7 B A. M.;< orvnllis...25 I’. M
Corvallis
1
p. M J Portlaml....... 6.15 P. M.
At «'orvallia connect with trains of Oregon
Pacific for Yaquina Bay
Régulai < <>nvocHtiom< on the Thursday next
after the full luootl
NV H. ATKiSROK. II P
A. F Hammond. Sec v.
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Mason & Hamlin.
A. B.
Goal Western.
Decker Bros,
Behr Bros,
J. <fc C. Fisher,
Emmerson,
and
Iyers & Pond.
all and Examine my Sten k !
SACHET POWDERS, ic.
25 YEARS IN USE.
Mail train.
I.EWE.
SIFKIYor CHAPTER, 5 > 21, R. A. M.
ORGANS.
s,
.1-,' ouh . etc.
FINE
TUTTS
PILLS
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
S' »C1ET1ES.
FOR PIANOS. -------
Agency for Southern Oregon and Northern California for the following
Instruments;
'HAIRS, 50 DIFFERENT DESIGNS
ALFRED WRIGHTS
PORTLAND, ORECON.
____
ARRIVE.
Daily between Portlaud and Ashland. Tim O
A»'. I; It. Ferry makes connection with all the
regular trains on th» East side Div from foot
of F St.
HE I NDERSXNED offers for sale Ins
bouse and .»>t on Pine street, Ashland.
Lof. contains 1 4 acres, well set in fruit
anil ber 1» s: has h fine flowing well, good
house; convenient t • business center.
U 1,1 also s- ll a span of g-xxl horses, a
two seated sp ang wagou and set of harness,
inquire at once of
C has . S, C oncklix .
Ashland, Or., Oct. 22
HUNSAKER ¿è DODGI
Liver and Kidneys.
gists.
iMiell. Heit*liu A Woodard,
Wholesale Agents.
Portlaml.
4.00 P M ¡Lebanon.... .9.3) P. M.
Lebanon.... 1:45 A. M iPorllaml
10:05 A M.
Ashlaxi Lodgo, A. O.ir.W.
UNDERTAKER
ARRIVE.
LEAVE.
K
J’urtland .. ■» oo A. M Ashland
. 4 uO A. M
Ashland
.»:4.5 P. M. I Portland.... 3:45 P. M.
Albany Express Train
Th»- undersigned offer« for salt bis stock
ram h ol "-»»«I a- r» » situated on the Heii'i of An­
telope creek .’>'2 miles north of .Ashland.
Oregon A I ram h for stock purposes; also
raise gooil »egetal-le- Will put up till» season
40 toll« <d buy utl tile ph»» I- Will »ell »took <>11
th> p'.iee, hu\. ami liouschold good» with the
mb.
For farther information apply to
GEO. H. B a VLEY.
Ashland, or. July 16. I»-*'.
Boot and Shoe Store,
Style
Simply this and nothing more:
It came from T. K. Boltou'a store;
' as proved to be a perfect, cure.
Pleasant tasting, safe and sure.
That Gum free i Eucalyptus) cough Syrup.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND ASHLAND.
the undersigned, in r-out«quenee of the ill
health of hi» w lie. is eonipellul to seek a drier
climate, ami therefor offers for sale his farm
.»I 9s h < ri - Hiljaeelit to the Town of T h I v I i I.
The place is in a high «lute of cultivation, con
twills a guml house and barn about sM fruit
treys, good water, etc. NN ill also sell horses,
wagons, cattle, hog», a full outtitof farming
iliipleliKlit.s und household furuiture. Terms
eusy
The tarm w ill be sold alone, if desired. Ad
dr»-«s.
G F P ennebaki -. k .
Tu'» nt. Oregon. Feb. > lb.»>'».
I
— Nuture’aown remedy—
TTT I I
T
' It i» jM-rf«-ctly hartuh-i-M and can
T
la- given to the most di licate wo-
T
inian or child. For sale by all drug­
EAt Side Division.
DEPARTMENT OF ORECON.
ENERAL
K
DAILY EXt EIT sVNDAYS.
Best Location in Bogue River
Valley.
Patent Medicines, Druggist's Sundries,
SHOP
Tin* Parent of liisoiiinla.
What a Wife Safiri.
Close coun< ,'tioiis made at Ashland with
Mages of the California, Oregon ami blaho
Stag»- Company.
LEAVE
LARGEST STOCK of DRUGS
Oregon Kidney Tea!
NN ill sjH-edilv relieve and ih - i
K
K
iiiHiientlv cure all the various diffi­
K K
cult i»s arising from a disordered
KK
condili-m of the
K K
Evpre»» Train.
< t in: for rii.Es.
The parent of insomnia or wakefnlnes-
is in nine cases out of ten a dvsp -priest mi
ach. Good digestion gives sound s eep. in­
digestion interferes with it. The bran
and stomach symtiathiz •.
One of tin
prominent symt-mi.s of a weak state of th»
gastric organs is a disturbance of the grea
nerve entrepot. the brain. Invigorate th,
stomach, and you restore equii.b itun to
the great center. A most reliable medicine
for the purpose is Hostetter’s htomach
Bitters, which is far preferable to minera'
pedatives and powerful narcotics, which
thongh they may fora time exert a sojM»ntlc
influence upon the brain, soon cease to act.
ami »nvariabiy injure the tone of the stom­
ach. The Bitters, on the Contrary, restore
activity to the operations of that all im­
portant organ, and their beneficent influ­
ence is reflected in sound sleep and a tran­
quil state of the nervous sys.'-m. A whole­
some impetus is likewise given to the action
of the liver anil bowels by its use
I AHE FROM PORTLAND
T» <1 SAN FRANCISCO *32; to «SACRAMENTO W
A FINE 'st.ssk Ranch of 200 acre*. situat­
ed 1 mile N. 1-. of 1 lntmx: all under fence
and all *et in clover: no rough or broken
land < n the place. Good house and barn,
orchard, good spring and water. Terms:—
Part cash, balance on time. Price. $2-*.5O
per acre.
W. H. W ickham .
M aschi i c Block.
OU
ETC.
MEDICINES,
—TIME 2J DAYS.----
For Sale.
ASHLAND DRUG STORE
PATENT
o <
— VIA —
o o
Oregon à California R. R. and Connectiont. o oo o
A nice home on Bear creek 2'i miles north
of the town of »»bland, containing 10!» acres
of good laml, all under cultivation un»i well
fenced; a ne»\ hou»e of thr»*e rooms and sum­
mer kit» h» u. a never failing »priug nt the
d»»or. barn, and vouug on-hard, lor particu­
lars ap]dy to
i’ L yttletos , Ashland Or.
T. K. BOLTON.
consumption have be- n entirely cured by
use of a few bott es of Dr. King's New Dis­
covery, taken ill connection with I’.lecTie
Bitt-rs. We guarantee them a.way». S • d
by Chitwood Jt Soil. 1
Piles are frequently pr-ci-tb-d bv a senk.
of weight in the back, loins ami lower par:
of the ulidomen. causing the patient t<
sup;>ose he has some affection o’ the kid
tiers or neigblioring organs.
At time»
symptoms of indigestion are pres'-nt. flat',
icnev, uneasiness of the stomach, etc.
moisture, like perspiration, producing
very disagreeable itching, aft-r gettm
warm, is a common atte ilant.
Klimt
l> »eding, and itching ¡»lies vield at on»-,
to the application of Dr. ifos-inko's 1'ih
Remedy, which acts directly tipm the part
affected, absorhing th<> tumors, allavit;
rile inteuse itching, ami effecting a |«er.n.
n -nt cure
Price .'«) cent». Addr ss, th
Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co.. Piqua. 0. Sou
by -I 11 ChitwiHHl
Son.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
Farm For Sale.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
Prices That Defy competition.
Report of Mtimigvr liuh'k.
Choice Farms For Sale,
1HE I NDEKS1GNED OFFERS FOR
sale a No. 1 grain farm, containing 2V4
acres of tillable laud situated ou the Htage
road, six miles east of Jacksonville, l’laoe
is well improved; good well of water for
house u»e and living stream for stock.
Also 215 acres lying within half a mile of
l’li.Liiix, all under fence, county road on
two sides: can at small expense be put in
cultivation. For particulars call on or ad­
dress
(in my J»'! m re farm there is one liumlred
m res ol grain and hay growing, that I will
sell with th» farm. If desired, can give pos-
»vs»i III Ht ill} time.
JOHN 8. HERRIN, Ashland, Or.
ST WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY REPAIRED AND WARRANTED.
B. F. Reeser’s
TIN
LINES OF TRAVEL & TRANSFER.
Trusses. Shoulder Braces, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and every
tiling usually found in a first-class Drug Store.
rl.H.H
NEW
ORECON.
■
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Who are prepared to offer the public better
imniodntion.-» than ever before afforded
them Oregon in the livery business.
Horse« Boarded and Fed,
At reasonable rates.
and handsome turnouts, reliable and
safe bngry teams, and good saddle horses
always to be had at tlies»- stables.
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Will Buy and Sell horses
THOMPSON A SIEI'HENSON.
LEGAL éíB
BLANKS
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■ court
I at the
I’. .,1 F.«t:»t<- :».n 1 Notari»!
tt , Hl-,»
‘.<-tt,.r Hll.l
ch»- h | m - i .lob Printing
th ,n any olii» r office in
Southeru C‘ieBt?u ; try us
< »ÎH rii*
1<>
MII.EW I'IÍO.M
ASHLAR I>
IACOB WAGXER, Proprietor.
ri’HI» HoTE! . »»in h ha» been for many
1 years a favorit»- plnee of summer resort
for |H-r»oii» beekinx health and rccreiitioi., has
recently been greatly improved by the present
proprietor, »»ho ha* <lone mmb to make It
pleasant ami attractive to gueHs.
I'hc Mineral Spring*
1» til»- most lioUal of »oiithi’rn Oregon
its inedi« iual prop» rtieshave been prov«-t
of great valm- and benefit «« a tonic aud aid
digestmn nmi as h rvinedv >>r relief in m ail»
all < ases of kidney trouf>l< hii <1 kimlr»-»l nit
nient*. Follow ing is the report of the analysis.
<>ne stamiar'i gallon of the water contain
Alumina............... .
,W1 grain
Roracic a» i»l..........
.9175
<'alciiim e.irbonat.
21.12*1
Sodium chloride..
< arbouate of iro’i
silicic a< i»l...........
Titanic acid ....... .
< hi I h »»!«!» magucs
.•t •Al
Hi«-»:rbot,Hte soda..
Lithium » a:I h - iik I«-. potassium ■ariani
• I'm- :m»l trai-.-s of nitric acid not eatiina
I
I »»tai amount of carlionic acid g»«. fr»
, »unbilled, t »pinls 53,¡78» grain» per gall ti
attention paid »<> tlieeonil» » atld
needs of invalid».
Among tli. improvements <>f tin hotel an- th»-
bath«. titte<l with oil modern convenience».
ROOMS CLEAN, NEAT AND COMFORTABt E.
Good Table Fare &. Reasonable Prices.
fSF“ 11«»1 rj.FI» water fr»-»h from the »prlnu-
ou tuie at Geo. Eaglet in Alhluad
Made only of f he Arrest and hr«t qnul-
• »y of ula»c l.»r wltbstan«Hntf beat-
Every good thing ia Counter­
feited, and consumera are CAU­
TIONED a-alnst IMITATIONS of
these Chl-.-.rz'ya made of VERY
P3ORGLAU3. F -o that the exact
i ibel is on each chimney as above.
T>e Pearl Top is al way u clear and
•"ht Glass.
c
^Iannfiu*tnr<Ht OVT.T by
AC0.
2?. fie & AC-BETH
i't-'-ibu» ;<i T.->;d Gin*-. Work«
FCP. SAX^ BY DEALER&
THE UTESr 1
ÍB*nF»íiMMe worn ?
Lift M MippIV
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•
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mi uurtr<r
V O| Wt
v h nt an} ti itig i
inv
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Ofoetfl lUfurtiuVDl at tDiç util- t
J
filli to Ktfp
1» - ill the
all inun»
it tug curd»
Ju-t been
oflk*e; al-
le. If you
ig < ar,is or
IN CARDS