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STATE AND COAST.
S ocieties .
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
1ITÏ DRUG AND JEWELRY STORE
Choice Far him For Sale.
The President’s message is short« r
The Vancouver News is authority
dr the statement that fifty citizens of than last year, and does not contain
DEC EMBER JO. I*»
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FU
-hat pkoe are confirmed opium smok more than 15,000 words.
sals a No. 1 grain farm, containim
Removed to Brick Block, cor. Main and Oak Sts.,
In the case of the National Soldiere’ 304 acres of tillable land situated on the
The Orchard Pests la Calitornia.
stage road.aix miles east of Jacksonville.
The jury found Thoe. A. Jordan,
[Gr».M Valley Union.)
sheriff of Mnltnomah county, not found a verdict for 816.537 against Plaoe is well improved; good well o.
water forhouse use and living stream
The orchardists of California forsev
guilty of the charge of bribing a wit- Gen. Butler.
era I years past htve realize. 1 that the«
Scotland will endeavor to snatch the
Also 215 acres lying within half a mil. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Rings, Spectacles, Quartz
h ive a hard an I nn«v'<'ksiug fight oi
international yacht cup from America. of Phoemx.all under fence, county roai
th 'irhanlsincom’ittin ’th •insect pes
Glasses, Drawing Sets, Etc. Also,
standard, a prohibition paper, has A boat to be called the Thistle is be on two sides: can nt small expense be put
th it threaten th" lives of the trees ; n
in cultivation. For particulars call ot
the destruction offruiL These debit
n order to make a living.
On my 204 acre farm there in oue hun
is the enemy that attacks the tree, an
acre» of grain and hay growing, thui
the co Ilin moth deposits its eggs in
The transcontinental lines have dred
It is anthoritively stated that the
1 will »ell wilh the farm. If desired, can
the fruit, an-1 each <juiU» effectually ac- Northern Pecific Railroad intends to agreed to form a passenger association. give p<>s«es»i.>u at any time.
Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and every
coun’ilishes its pernicious work if not
pend a million dollars in improve It will date from December, and expire
JOHN 8. HERRIN. Ashland. Or.
thing usually found in a first-class Drug Store.
eradicated. In some portions of th> ments at Tacoma the coming season. by limitation in four months. The
state many thouaUKb of the fruit tree»
contract contains the usual clause re-
Farm For Sale
WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY REPAIRED AND WARRANTED.
The Northern Pacific Railroad uturing thirty days’ notice of with
have been seriously injured or kill—
p pound for
by the s<?ale. and tn either event th
drawal, and provides a graded set of
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
A nice home on Bear reek, 2’i mile-
or hardists finds the best wav to ex ■hipping hope irom Yakima to Mil commissions to be paid.
north of the town •>( Ashland, coutaiuiua
190 aer- s of gooti land, all under eultiva
terminate the peats is to cut down th
T. K. BOLTON.
A Pittsburg. Penn., special says: tion and well fenced; a new house of thre«
trees and bum them to the smallesl u» ship by way of the Union l’acitie
Mitchell, of Oregon, passed through
twig. That the scale can be success- Rdlroad.
here yesterday, en route to Washington. ing spring at the door, barn,
rally fought if takeu in time has been
The cattle-shipping season ou the When asked, “Is Blaine still popular orchard. I or F. particulars
L yttleton , Ashland. Or.
de noustrated, but the remedy must b northern Pacific is now over, While
in Oregon'?” he replied: “He is the !
applied early, otherwise its attacks an the returns show an increase of busi- choice of the republican party in Ore- '
fatal and entire orchards may be in uees over last year, the figures tall gon. If the convention were to be ( CHOICE FARM FOR SALE.
volved in ruin. The scale is now t<- suort of what was anticipated at the held to-morrow he would be the cundi- I
b»- found everywhere among the orch
»peuing of the season.
date advocated by Oregon. He is es- : Best Location iu Bogue River
anls ot the coast counties an 1 in th
pecially strong with the jieople of our (
interior valleys, anl has commence,
state on account of his well known
The nndersignod, in cousequenee of the
to encroach upon the foothills regions
U j II dan Francisco and Oakland, iui 1 position on the Chinese question, and ’ 111 health >>f hi* wile, in compelled to seek
Fortunately it has not made its a|>-
drier climate, aud therefore offers for
absolutely without defense in the Chinese question will be a factor a sale
his farm of 9» acres adjacent to the
pearance m orchards of Nevada county,
in the selection of a presidential candi- , Town of Taient. The place is in a high
aud there is a hope that th? elevation
ot cultivation, contains a good house
de very properly urges th.it proper
above the tidewater and the drynes
and barn, about 5.J0 fruit trees, good water,
A St Louis dispatch of the 3d says: ' etc. \\ ill also sell horses, wagons, cattle,
of the atmosphere in iy keep it away
There was consummated to-day at the hogs, a full outfit of farming implements
which will be a blessing which our or- held from the exposed region.
and household furniture. Terms easy.
chardrsts may be truly thankful, as no
Iu addition to the free remling room Planter house th«' sale ot a tract of
Tlie tartu will be sold alone, If desired.
piore dangerous euemy can thwart th. an 1 Horary, the W. C. T. U. of balem land m .Mexico, 16«) miles long and six i Ad dress,
O. F. F en » ebaker .
efforts of the fruit grower. The cofilin . urmsfiing lunchvs at all hours niter miles wiae, John U. Miles, ot Law- I Ta’ent, Oregon, Feb. 5, 18s6.
moth is a pest that is not confined to the Calnurnia and eastern W. C. T. U. rence, Kansas, formerly Indian agent
Ranch For Sale.
wet or dry localities, and when it once sly la 5 cents each for cortee, soup, for the Cm venues and Arapahoes, was
lnva.^s an orchard is exceedingly «liffi- cake, pie, douhnuts, etc. They also the purchaser, lor a syndicate, the com
The un<ler»ign?d offer» for «aie ht» stock
i iilt to get red of. But its ravages can uave arranged to give hot coffee free position ot whieh he would not divulge,
of 3G0 acres situated on the Head of
be checked and its mischief mir.iaiiz.si to the tire lad.I ks when on duty at i'he Rio Bravo Land and Cattle com ranch
Antelope creek. 5*^ miles north of Ash
pany are the sellers. The purchasers land,Oregon. A 1 ranch for sUx-k purposes;
by earnest persistent and united work conflagrations.
are five residents of this city and three also raise good vegetables- Will put up
on the part of fruit growers. The
Says a recent dispatch from San of El Paso, Texas. They have ac this season 40 tuns of hav off the place. 1
ctxllin moth, which is an almost univer Gabriel, Cal.: •’Lucky’’ Baldwin, the
will sell stock the place,huy, and household
quired u ninety-nine years' lease to the goods with the ranch.
sal pest in California, made its appear
tract, which extemls irom a point sixty i For farther information apply to
ance in this section of the State a few
geo . 11. B aylxy .
years ago. an.l from the extent and the charge of disturbing the peace. miles from Paso Del Norte, on the i Ashland. Or. July 16, lb«6.
iiemicioiib effects of its operations it The complainant was John H. Latti Mexican Bide ot the Rio Grande, and
looks as if it had come to stay—and it more, a discharged employe, who for extending down the river, parallel with
will tta.v and neutralize the best efforts merly worked in Portland. Baldwin its course, for 160 miles. The priee ,
FOR SALE !
of individual erehardists unless there threatened to shoot him for trying to paid was something over 8500,000. It ■
|’HE UNDERSIGNED offers for sale
can be a general arrangement among
is proposed to establish a monster cut
all to use vigorously the known reme judgment.
tie ranch on the tract
• his house and lot on Pine street >
dies against the evil. It may be ac-
The steamer State of California will
Ashland. Lot contains l’i acres, well
A Sagebrush Exterminator.
eepted as a fact that the spring w'asons be laid up temporarily at San Francis
set in frititand berries; has a flue flow
ing well, ood bouse: convenient to bus
(th - time at which tlie’codlin inoth de co for repairs and the Queen of the
posits its eggs in fruit, which subse- Pacific will take her place on the Port
The citizens of Tule lake aud vicinity
Will also sell a span of good horses,
qu< ally hatch into worms and destroy land route. It was arranged to have
two seated spring wagon and set of
th" value of the fruit) are generally the Queen leave San Franc is o to-day, were recently startled by the account a harness.
Would announce to the public that he has purchased the Marsh planing mill
Inquire nt once of
favorable to the production <.f the but she needed repairs and the sailing that Mr. Edgar Ball, of Butte creek
and tuiah aud door factory on
j . t. and while mine yenra th-Te may date was deferred for five days. The valley, would on a certain day exhibit
lie climatic causes to check them, yet George W. Elder takes the Queen's his sage brush exterminator. Prompt I Ashland. Or., Oct. 22. 188t>.
their presence will
a constant sotiive place on the Sound route. The State ly at the time set a large tiody of peo
of annoyance and loss to the fruit will resume business early in January. ple gathered to witness its wonderful
A full stock of new goods just ar
And is prepared to do promptly all work in the line of planing, moulding,
maneuvering among the mighty brush
.rower. This particular portion oi —[A’ews. Dee. 4.
at Fountain & Holmes’, consist
and general wood-working.
of the great Klamath ousiu. Mr. Ball
C; li ornia is favorable to the culture
ing of drees goods, lathee underwear,
of aopl s and pe rs, and in the season
unna a goou
rode in advance oi this wonderful ma woolen hosiery and staple dry goods
Advantage» of Keeping a Variety of
• >f l*s5 th' quality an 1 exc Fence of
chine. Every eye was eagerly turned
li e e fruits made a Dig? d mand for
on the machine us it successfully tore
Choice comb honey at Clayton A
< x,..»rtation aud gave a future promise
In au a hires« recently at th® Ed
of money value to the crop that was inburg University, Professor Wallace the respective one by one fairly out of Gore’s.
e y tncounigmg. The present year referred to the a Ivantage gain >1 by the ground, roots and all. Mr. Ball
the codlin moth t<M>k js«s.-ssion of the keeping (Afferent kinds of stock, and stood a few paces off, his face looking
Will furnish lumber of all kinds, either rough oi dressed, in quantities to suit
as white as a sheet, awaiting the re
orch rds. and there has not been one remarked:
sult which was a success in every sense
|s>und of fruit shipped where there
Variety of live stock on a farm, ol the term. Cheer alter cheer went
were ten last year, and there is scarcely quite as much as a variety cropping,
uny left for home consumption. The is a source of wealth accumulation in up from the excited crowd which Would announce to the public that he ha«
Following are cash psices for work: Planing, $3 per M.: Planing and matching,
< fleet of this b is been discouraging on the bolding. With variety greater showed how well his friends apprecia
$4.50 per M.: Moulding, cent per inch, per ft.
fruit growers and those contemplating numbers can l>o kept, and the best use ted his wonderful invention. The
Ashland, Oiegoii, April 16, 1886.
the setting out of young orchards, and «tn be macle of all food by giving th® band would have played but lor tue
as a result many orders for fruit trees quantity suitable to each description absence ot the leader, Mr. Ben Vau-
Near the railroad depot in
have been countermanded. This is of animals. Further different varieties bnmmer, who was slightly mdssposed
not a bright outlook for the fruit in of stock appropriate different propor
terests of our county, but we think our tions of ingredients from the soil, winle serenading a few eveninge pre
W m . M. GILROY.
to do all .. . work
in his GEORGE E. YOULE,
fruit men are becoming discouraged and in this way several varieties do vious. The people not only of 'Tule Where
too soon. Th y have the remedy in not exhaust it of tiny one ingredient
their own hands if they will use it, and in particular. For example, the loss should feel proud of their neighbor s
we pnqioee to show in another issue to the land sustained by selling milk invention as it ib really a sage brush REPAIRING done at Short Notice.
the direction in which safety lies.
[ID 50 j
from a large dairy is greater than that
which would result from keeping a
Death Recalls a Tragedy.
smaller number of cows, rearing their
death of Miss Carpenter at her o. ix M c M illen
Many exploeiona in flouring mills calves and feeding them to maturity.
are aai«i to have been .‘»used by elec- It is taken for granted that the same
tncity generated by belts. Eveu ordi- amount and quality of food is given in nine years ago Chief Joseph’s hostile I
u. iry lielts are foun t to generate suf e«u’h case. There are great advantages Nez Perees ran up against a picnic
ficiently strong currents to perform the in a farm being self-supporting, or, in party in Yellowstone park, and shot
common experiments for which elec other words, breeding its own stock, aud scattered the men. The two
as in the Ltter example. There is no women, Al re. McCowan and her sister,
trical machines are used.
risk of importing «liaease with pur- a young lady named Carpenter, and
It lias been st itedthat all the varied ch.ised animals. A good fanner can their younger brother Frank, were
u nchinery of Great Britnin now oper always breed better quality of beast captured and taken along by the In I
ill furnish and lsy either ronn«l
ated by steam tower is capable of per- th in he can buv, as it is uatural for diana. Everybody supposed that they
or «quart timber logs at the lowest
birmiug more vork, and therefore turn farmers who sell a number, but not all, would meet with a horrible fate, but
prices sn«l in n manner guaranteed to give
ing out more »rodnets. than could be to keep the best for-their own purpose; soon a whitenmn whom they had cap permsnent >»tisfHctlr>n Hus had long ex-
produced by the labor of BIO.OOO.OOO animiis; from a variety of causes, tured and were using as guide escaped iteriene« in the business, and laid the pipes
or th«’ O. A C. R R. between Roseburg and
able-bodied men a greater number thrive lieet as a rule, on the grotin 1 on aud said the ladies were merely Iteing i Ashland.
than are on the earth.
whieh they have been Ixim and reared; taken along and not mistreated. Home Headquarters, ut Youle «.-u Gilroy's Planing
I last (though I might further add scouts under Lieut. Doane hung upon
\ brick, living about ao ¡>ureus as a
hmip of sugar and hiving six tiles, to the list of advantages) the stock of the flanks of the hoetilee, watching a
town pump, on Oak st.
nee is • careful tilling for water-tizht a .arm is not so much subjected to the
v. rk in cewqiools, etc., and a thin
Planing, Matching and Sawing done to order
gr >iit. or porridge of cement, is com i whieh, when the whole sto?k is changed him. he told the prisoners they were
Wooden Water Pipe made to order.
monly used. Heating the brick and every season, as in some grazing dis- free to go. He gave the ladies two
\ing beforehand in thick cod tar tncts. may cause th • loss of capital in
on loot, and showed them the course
Proprietors of the Tozer & Emery Planing Mill,
bus l>wn recoinm«'n«led. A m.m may place of the expected profit return.
to take to reach Lieut. Doane’s party,
!a common wall all his life without II
t hey got home all right, aud were
Iva ruing how to make brick water I •
Pilot's LicriiM* to a Woman.
NEAR R R. TRACK. MECHANIC St., ASHLAND
th>-reaft-r looked upon as people who
had risen irom the grave.
K glass as hard as any cast metal,
ami not more expensive than cast iron. made an application for a pilot’s license
Not Such a Fool ns He Looked.
j ■■ «.
■ - «=»«.<.1
h-i- U'en produced by F. Siemens of
I Chicago News. J
I 'r«krtion. Experiments are being made inspectors, but without special instruc
The und- rsigned having bought theblaek-
to determine« whether it can lie used tions they declined to issue one.
The young man with bangs isn't al »inith
shop and bnslm »» of Govan High
for rails on railways. Specimens of Nothing daunted, Mrs. Hill wrote to ways as idiotic as be looks. The non
this haul gliwa have been found suit
of a worthy Chicagoan bad just re
Would re-pectfullv solU-it a «■onliniiauee
able f«»r millstones and railway sleep San Francisco, asking why she could turned from college. The father of
the patronage heretofore accorded the
er«. An importmt advantage of the
and would assure all old and new
glass is its transparency, as flaws can land Lctniity Telegram. Mr. Bemis had no liking for anything dudish, customers that he w ill spare no pains to
entire satisfaction in all kinds of work The undersigned still have on hand at their old reliable nurseries in
be detected lx>fore it is put to practical wrote to the board informing them and he noticed with aorrow that his give
to the busin••»».
I that if Mrs. Hill possessed the neces son returned with bangs ami various pertaining
S. F. MOKINE.
sary qualifications they would have to
give her a license. Accordingly the other insignia ot dudedom. The old special Attention to Horse Shoeing.
» The Auieiiv.in Horse Show.
ladv was subjected to a thorough ex gentleman surveyed him critically
Among other things said by the amination as to her qualifications. when he appeared in his office, anil I
Prairie Furimr reg tr im ' the Anreri-
then blurted out: "Young man, yon
cmi Horse Show held iu Chicago, we She pttased a first-class examination, Itxik likeafooL” Just at that moment,
Hi- undersigned will continue the busi A large number of trees, comprising a general assortment of the best
HJ1<1 K -
ness of milking and repairing wagou», bug
take the following:
asked. A master’s and pilot’s license
gies. .-te.-in the wagon shop connected with fruits and nuts, and including a fine assortment of
Among the animals on exhibition was therefore issued, and the lady is
the blacksmith shop, anil will endeavor to
were tnunyj prize winners of national entitled to the prefix of "Uapt." Mr.
give satisfaction to all patrons as heretofore.
renown, as well as novelties like the and Mrs. Hill are the owners of a lit
W. tv. KENTNOH
recently introduced French coach
Walnuts. liutierntits, Maples C’liewt
horses, ami .several breeds of ponies, for the past two years has been plying
it is scarcely neoHwary to add that the along the lower (kflumbia and its trib
nut», Perniiamoli Tree«, &c.
horse department of the great show
utaries. doing a general sort of trad
was an ubj«ct of much interest, and ing businesH. Hereafter Mrs. Hill is
< vt rv parade of horses or (smies in the
authorized to "take the helm.” This
A fine lot of large Apple trees that will be sold down lower than
show ring was witmssed by throngs of i is the first instance where a pilot's
of eager spectators. The various breeds
li ensc has lieen issued to a women on
or draft homes were the most largely tne Pacific coast.
r< present«41 in numliera. while in qnaf-
’t the display was of a very nigh
TUITION varies acc -rding t<> stud
taTCall at H. Roach’s, the first house directly west of new
For further particulars schoolhouse—where sign of nursery will be found.
a w exhibition of homes formed an
Something of th»? insidious nature
important |>art of the great show in the of the buvin» disease known as pleuro
»position building ut Chicago. It in- pneumonia may be realized from the
tii'led a great range of size and style, fact that it is still spreading in Quels'C.
from the ponderous draft horses of ' according to latest advices. At that
rr< neb, English ami Scotch breeds, to j point it will be remembered, the cattle
th«’ diminutive Shetland ponies. The j were killed and cremated; even the
entries, including stallions, mares aud ' fences, sheds, manure heaps, and the
gilding, were as follows: Roadsters, ; very road-bvds over which the cattle
MRS. L. POWELL
16; s.uidle horses. 5; carnage« or coach, ; passed were burned with fire, ami still
llu opened a
12: park. 1; ponies, 29; Cleveland! there are fresh outbreaks. The dise.ise
Bays. 23; Fen-herons, 17; French Dr «ft, , can not be watched too clevly.—[,V. IF.
other ’han Fereheron. 34; Cjydeedale, ’ Lire St^-k Journal.
16; English Shire. 44»; Grade Draft, 5.
Pleuro pneumonia has broken ont
On Oak Street,
in Jasper and Clinton counties, Imli- <
A Valuable Metlical Treatixe. ana, and is creating much alarm. It
Tbe editi«>u ' for «887 of the sterling is said that 200 spring calves shipped-
Medical Annum, known hh Hoetetter's in from northern Ohio brought the
AJiunnnc, is now ready, un.l may l>e ob disease with them. Western farmers I
I tud hopes to receive a good patronage.
Are prepared to itirni.h PIANOS and ORGANS at PRICES that DEFY COPET.TI
tained, tree of cost. <»f dru ’gists «nd cannot be too careful in handling
gei eral couutry d.-aler in nil parts of the Eastern calves; perhaps the lieet and
All Instrument« as represente'! or Money refunded.
United States. Mexic«>, and indeed m only safe policy is to let them alone. 1 t«ua.- iiugMorm, teller, sait rneum’," e
every civilized portion of the Western There is Imrd'ly a large city in the blains.
Hcaiispbere. T his Alumnae bits l>een is-
Kough on Catarrh,
Our terms are as liberal as any house on the Coast. Bacon, Lard,
~>uio re .ularly nt the connneuccinent of East around which pleuro-pneumonia
Corrects offensive odors nt once. Com
t Wheat. Oats or Barley taken in payment for Instruments.
every year for over oiu-tifth of a cen- cannot be found; hence, the importing plete«
are ol worst chronic cnxe« also un-
tary. it combines, with the soundest of calves from these sections should be Cqnaled ax a gargR for dlphther a, ho re
practical ndvio- "or th. preservation nnd prohibited. [Kansas City Live Stock throat, foul breath.otic.
------- ORGANS TAKEN IN PART PAY FOR PIANOS. ---------
rentoration of h.-altli, a large amount of Record.
"Rough on Rat».”
ASHLAND, - OREGON
A FULL LINE OF DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES.
ASHLAND DRUG STORE!
— VTA —
SISKIYOU CHAPTER, M. 21, R. A. M.
Regular convocation» on the Thunday
next after the full moon.
W. H. A tkinson , H. P.
A. E. Hammond, Scc’y.
ALPHA CHAPTER NO. I, O. E. S.
Stated meetings ou 1st and 3d Tuesday in
M rs . A nsa C arter , W. M.
Miss Anna Anderson Secretary.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND ASHLAND.
Ea«t Hide Hiv!»!<•>.
Portland.... b:00 A. M.'Ashland
Ashland...... *:45 P. MJP«>rtland... 3:45P. M
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVALLI.
Portland.. .4:30 P. M McMinnville*:«» I’.
McMinnville 5:45 A. M|Portland....9:'JU A. .»
i Ixx al tickets for sale and baggage check«-
HEADQUARTERS BURNSIDE POST.G A R. : at company's up town office, cor Pine an
! Second streets Tickets for principal pohu •
in California can only be procured at com
DEPARTMENT OF OREGON.
Cor. F and Front Sts., Portlnd, Or.
Freight will not be receive 1 for shipmei.
after 5 o'clock P. M , on either the East <•
E. P ROGERS.
G. F. A Pa«». Agent.
Western Stage Co
Meets in lodge room in Od«l Fellow's i
Hall every FIRST and T hiko Wednesday i-
each month. Present hour of meeting 7:00
r. M. All Brethren in goo«i standing are
cordially Invited to attend.
J. R. C asey , M. W.
W m . P atterson . Recorder.
Ashland W« C. T. U
The Ashland Woman’s Christian Tem
perance Union meets every Tuesday aft
ernoon at 3 o’clock in the Reading Room.
\11 interested in the work of the order
are invited to attend the meetings.
M b «. J. W. S attmfield , Pres.
Mrs J. H. KuHsell, Sec.
11 EX RY JUDGE,
Saddle and Harness
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc
AT LOWEST PRICES.
City Transfer & Dray Bnsines;
(Bell Truck and Dray.)
J. H. McBRIDE, PROPRIE 1 (
ALL ORDERED WORK
Will be made to give entire satisfaction.
FREIGHT and lumber oi all kiuds Iran
ferret! promptly in or near town.
Repairing Neatly Done
YOULE & GILROY,
— FOR THE BEST -
Passengr & Freigh
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copperware,
Passenger Coach to aod from every Train.
¿(^-Freight moved anywhere a’tout
town at rates
LATH and SHINGLES.
In Reeser’s Block, Ashland, Or., Full
stack on hand and made to order.
Which will be done in a workmanlike man ¡
ner and at
STILL I l EFT!!
PIANOS AND ORGANS!
Voted a Pot.
Clears out rats. mice, roi chea. flies, ants,
Heart Pali ,
Palpitation, dropsical swelliugs, dizzi-
Ue»». .nTige-iiou. heudaeh«'. sieeplcsau«»»
cured bt ”Wells' Healili Renew« ft”
Q> 1« k. eomplet«’ all cure, kidney, blad
der aiul urinary disease«, acaitliilM, irritation
stone.gravel, catarrh of the bladder. Fl,
Hies, roaches, ants, bed-bugs, rats, mice,
bipntuuK»,cleared out by "Rough
on rat. “ 1.x-.
D r . K ellogg s W orm T ea is en
Willamette fanners complain that
tirely free from all Mercmud proper
Congh. Cola, Bronchitia or Lang Com«
the "Chine!*' pheasant*,” for whose
keep you awake
^“'^.wi’h Hacking CoughTcoIds
pro!«.-ction a law was paasevl by the ties. can be given t«> the weakest con
'•Wells’ Health Reuewer” restores health
kg«. Mature a tew years ago, are so thick st it uti< n without danger, i» palatabk aiKlvigur. cures AjSpep»ta. iiiip«Jtencc. • x- * ¥?*“•. °fK-. Do y«m want aomething
children ual -t« Lii.ty *1.
rclisl'ie m thu hooao to moot thew»
.iml have s<> increased und multiplied and easily adminiatered
emfrcencl«*? We answer to aS: “Go
iqa.ii the fa«*- of the earth and else- is iiiild i ot>erat.oii. ami never fails
to your Drregist and get a Bottle of the
wia te, that they are a nuisance. They to effect a cure. Price 25 cents.
aw t ongh Syrup, and be troubled
Order blanks for the Eagle Mills at Arkan
no rmii'». Price. ¿0 cents dot Bottle!
Sold by Cli twood <t Son.
■vaiit the law prohibiting th» irdestruc-
Clayton Ac Gore's, or at the otlice of
ti< ii repesled. Now that the law has
G. F. Billings.
Orders left at these
----- FOR SALE BY------
had the desired effect of giving the
ira- places will receive prompt attention.
n w birds a show, it might be well to
E agle M ills . J, H. CHITWOOD 4SON, Ashland,
pie syrup at Geo. 11. Currey’s.
Agency for Southern Oregon and Northern California for the fol-
J. & C. Fisher,
Iyers <fc Pond.
Mason & Hamlin.
A. B. Chase.
We also keep a (nil supply of SUPERIOR atrinK» for the Violin. Banjo. nn«l Guitar.
Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Accordéons, Flutes, Flageolets, Music Books,
Shee' Music, Music Rolls and FoF IOS,
Alwaya ou hand. In fact, nuything iu the uaic line can be furnished on Short Notice,
fy- Give us avail aud be convinced. All orders by mail promptly attended to.
HUNSAKER & DODGE.
■ «jouiidar its rep- ol-
Cloths and Cassiineres
From which to make up suits to ordei
Also a tine line of
B. F. REESER.
Men’s Furnishing' Goods,
Consisting of Fine Shirts. Underwear <>
every sort, etc.; all for sale at lowest lit
Pud line nf scmples of Askland Uoo •
cm G ihm I s aiul other fabrics on hand.
The largest aud Finest stock of furniture
in Ashland at
Pioneer Forniture Store
Pictures and Frame«
CHAIRS,50 DIFFERENT DESIGNE
Samples of Carpets,
Boys' W agous, etc.
Machinery of All Kinds Mad
New and Repaired.
AH Kinds of Castings at merest rates.
SAW GUMMING A SPECIALTY.
S//OP NEAR THE DEP >T.
Call and Examine my Stock ’
And if you can’t fin«i what yon want 1 will
nu.nufielure or order it for you.
I O MILES FROM
VSb- "are rooms nt K. R. Bridge, near
Youle i Gilroy's planingmill.
JACOB WAGNER, Proprietor.
HUNSAKER & DODGE,
mt« ’ ting :.;:d ¡«.mnsiux light reading,
..nd th? calendar, .-'.siionutnical calcula
Buckleii’s Arnica Salve.
tor -. cl>r<molo2.cal items, etc., are pre-
patui with great care, and will be found
The best Salve in the world f< r cuts,
• u’ire' v accurate. The issue of Hostst-
’iir" Umanaa for 1887 will probably be br «-eu. «ore», ulcers, salt rheum, fev. r
»tc Li\eat edition of a medical work ■tores, tetter, chapped
chaiqied hands, chil
nd all skin eiuptie
eve: published in any country. The I btains, ooms, and
prop« :< tors. Mi .,rs. Hostetter A Co.. positively cures piles, or no pay re
It is gutirar.U-ed to give per
Pittsburgh, Pa., oil receipt of a twoeen’. quired.
ftaiup, will forward a copy oy mail to fect satisfaction, or money I efundeu.
anv j-.-raon v. hu cannot procure one in
Price 25 cents per !«ox. For sale by
J. H. Chilwood «fc Son’s.
Pat ÛJL30U», 1333.
Next to the N< tley »hoc shop on Mai'
St., and has lor sale a well chosen stock o
K^».None but the best material used.
I'hc Tailoring Busines
Prices That Defy competition.
Wonld inform the public that lie has agai
established himself in
Particular Attention to Job Work.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Lower Than Anyone Else
NEW TIN SHOP
Paints, Oils, Varnish, Class,
Reopened Nov. 15, 1880.
Handbook »bovt- patenta mailed trae.
J. W. O. GREGORY IMMUNITYfrom ANNOYAKCI
Lumber, Mouldings, Brackets !
A'wt Forte roars’
•xpenoneo In tbo
prnnarst .on m atoro
than On, Hundrod
Thousand «nplieation« f« ptionu in
the United Kuo-« «nd Fnmm eoan.
tries, the pnb i»ber« of the Rcinntifio
American continue toert •« eo'icitere
for patent«, c»««>*t,. lr»d,-m«rk« eopy-
■■■■ n»bt«. etc., for the United btatee. and
to I.buua patents in Canada. England, rrenea,
German,, and all other co'intnea Tbeiroipen-
enee is aaaqualed and «heir »acilitlea ara ntuu»
Draviags and specific»-»on^ prepared and filed
In the Patent Oflioe .eu-rv nolice Tora« ear,
reasonable. No chata« ’or eraniinatioaof modela
ar drawmae Adnoe ./ mail free
Patenta obtained hrougf «I non XCe.ar-not teed
InthaMTKVTIFIC AM .RIC AN,which Ma
the iargeet eircala-.ion and ..«be moot inlluential
S«paper of its kind published in the world.
adrantagee of «ack « «otioe e«ery patentee
Thio large and rclendld't illustrated nawapaner
la published WEEKLY at «LOOa year, sad M
admitted U be the best pater devoted to emanoa.
móchenlos, invention«, engtneenne work» and
otb«r departments of Ind istnal prnrraas pub-
ha ed is say country. It xrataina tbs name« of
all patentase and title of a«or,invention patented
each wwk. Trv it four month» tor ooa dollar,
•o'd bv ail newsdealers.
If you have an invention tn palest write to
Mnnn A Oo.. publishers ot ficiaauiio AaMnoea,
K Broadway, New York
Wooden Water Pipe! SASH,DOORS & BLINDS
Office, 44 Murray St., N*w York.
ear Moving household goods, piano*
etc., a specialty.
at low rates, and all work done promptly.
TUTT’S I* i LX* are especially adapted
to such casea, one d<«oe effects eueb a
ehang • nffecHngHstoastonlahtlieeufferer.
They I aer ease the A i»petUo,aad cauae ths
redy r, Ta La aa b leats, t <IM „«tern la
aewriahed.r-d bytb r Toale Actloa ca
G kay Hint or W hpuiu changed to a
G lorst B* ack by a »ingie application ot
thia Dr», bi impart» a natural color, acta
inotantaneousiy. Sold by Draggiat*. or
sent bv express on receipt of *1.
the hated, with a dull oeaeatioa tn the ,
back »art, Paia aader the abealder-
blada, rallaaee after eating, with adia-
incllantioa to exertion of body or aslad.
Irritability af teaiper, l.ow apirite, with
a feeling or having neglected eoaaa doty,
Wearineea, Dlzxlneea. Flattering at the
Heart, Dote before »be evea. Headache
over the right epe, Reetleeoaom, with
•rial dreama. Highly colored Urtao, aad
TUTT’S HAIR DYt
Stage« leave Asli
Ash’ and daily (Sunday e>
cepted) on arrival of mail train from Pot
’clock. e >:
land, arriving at
al Linkville. 6 o
also leave I.inkvllle for Ashland everymori
mg except Sunday.
Connect at Linkville wltn tri-weekly st«:
e« for Fort Klamath aud Lakeview.
New coai'bei and new »took tliroughou
and «peci») care given to make the tr>.
cling a» comfortable a» possible. The b-
route to Eastern Oregon fur traveler» ai
Eor information apply to
THOS. GRAVENOR, Agent.
A shland , O kego :
Ashland office at Willard A Eubank» hnnl
I ware »tore.
Agent at Linkville. Chas. S. Moore.
Reame». Martin & Co'» »tor«.
Keeps constantly on hand a full
supply of everything in almve
line, which will be »old at prices
a» low as can be offered anywhere.
ORNAMENTAL SAWING and TURNING.
And Fort Klamath Lines.
Main street, opposite Houck's Hotel,
Laaaefappetite. Bwwelacostive, Paia la
Ashland Lodge, A. O.U.W.
Th» Graatedt Medical Tr.umph of the Age!
All members of the G. A. R, in good
standing are cordially invited to visit
Burnside Post, which meets in the Ma
sonic ball, Ashland, every 2d Hnd 4th
W'edntsduy in each mouth.
J. M. M c C all .
Vi O • » li Agri
25 YEAR« IN USE.
Corvallis.. ..1:30 P. M.¡Corvallis. 12:2’» P. M
Portland....7:30 A. M IPortlaud....«:lS P. M
At Corvallis connect with trains of Orego
Pacific for Yaqulna Bay.
HOPE REBECCA DEGREE LODGE NO. 14.
Meets on the 2d and 4th Tuesday in euch
’■«»nth in Odd Fellows's Hall. Ashlund.
Mus. M. F. C asey , N. G.
.1. K.Helman. Scc'y.
G i*¿111 i (e S tf’t, Y s 111 a 11< 1, O regx > ] 1,
Went Aide Divlalwa.
(•nell. Heltshii St V » «tari,
Daily between P>>rtlan«i an«! Ashlaud II.
O 4C. R R Ferry makes connection will
all the regular train» on the East Bide Di»
from foot of F St.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
IT LOT ROCK ENCAMPMENT NO 16,1 o o f
Meets in Odd Fellows's Hall every 2d and
4th Monday iu each month. Members in
good standing cordially invited to attend.
E. J. F arlow , C. P.
Robt. Tayljr. Scribe.
Manufacturer and Wood-Worker.
Portland ....4:00 P. M. ¡Lebanon
Lebanon ....9:20 P. M
’eb«non .. 4:45 A. M.ll
’ortland .10:0.5 A. V
I O. O. F ,
H. C. MESSENGER,
It is perfectly harmless and can
given to the luuet utlicau- wo
man or child. For sale by all drug,
Hold regular meetlug» every Saturday
eveuiug at their hall iu Ashland. Brethren
in goo«! standing are rortlially invfte«l to
R obt . T aylok . N. G
John May Secretary,
J. H CHITWOOD & SON
Liver and Kidneys
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.»
ASHLAND LODGE No. 35,
Special Attention Paid to the Prescription Department.
------ Nature’s own remedy------
K K Will speedi'v rel'uve and uer-
K K n nent v oure all the vanon» «iiffi-
K -ulties arising from a diaorderea
.< K conditi«?!! of the
Albany Expresa Train.
Artists' Materials, Lamps and Lamp Stock.
To S an F rancisco *32; to S acramento *an
Clone conaretions made at Ashland wit!
-times of the California. Orefon and blah
School Books and Stationery
Oregon Kidney Tea!
------ TIME 2j DAYS.-----
1SHLAND LODGE NO. 23, A. F. & A. M
Stated communication on rhe Thursday of
•r before the full moult.
If. C II ill , W. M.
A. E. Hammond, Secretary.
Patent Medicines, Druggist’s Sundries,
Oregon & California R. R. and Connections J 0
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
Masonic Directory, Athland.
LARGEST stock of DRUGS
patent medicine ». Eie
UNE» OF TRAVEL * TJIAN&FEk.
r I’’His HOTEL. wlii< h ha» been for many
A. years a favorite place ot summer re
sort for peisona seeking health and recrea
t!ot, ha» recently been greatly improve«!
by the present proprietor, who ha« don.
much to make it pleasaut aud attractiv«
LIVERY AND FEED The Mineral Spring
The old «.tables on Main street near
the bridge, and the new stables on Oak
street, are now under the pioprietorship
and management of
THOMPSON & STEPHENSON
Who are prepared to offer the public
better accommodations than ever before
afforded in Southern Oregon in the liv
Horses Boarded and Fed.
At reasonable rates.
handsome turnouts, reliable
and safe buggy taams, and good saddle
horses always to be bad at these stable«.
Will Buy and Sell horses
THOMPSON A STEPHENSON.
1» the ino»t noted of Southern Orxon,
and it» medicinal properties have been
proven to beof great value arwi benefit a. a
tonic and aid tu direction and a» n rented«
or relief in nearly all case* of kidney
trouble and kindred ail-menu. Following
1» the n port of the analyala: One Ktanduro
gallon of the water contain»:
« al.-inm carbonate...
Carbonate of Iron....
. 3 9471
Titanic acid ............
1 arbonate tnagneMa
Lithium carb.>nale. potaaaiuni earboi ate,
iod'ne an<l trace« of nitric acid not ettiina-
Total amount of carbonic acid aui>. free
and combined, equal» 5A.474M graiu» per gal
Si CHET POWIIRS. sc
Are WORLD RENOWNED.
Sild ONLY to the Retnil Drug Trade
8t Schedule Price«.
C. W. COBURN & CO.,
Sole A i^ent n ,
313-15 FRONT STREET, S. F.
a & GRAVES.
a. I. SONNKH8EN.
Graves & Soanichsen
■\\roULD INFORM I H1- l'l f»LI< ihm
V'V they have i<>n«r 4 a c >pflrmer»hip
to«-arryou the bnsineM of uiakiug ann •
BOOTS AND SHOES
MF“*pe« i*l attention pai«i to Che contior1 And w ¡1! guaraiiteu »aL'»fH<llou to patroua
and need» of invalid».
iu all kind« ot ork
Among the improvement» of the hotel arc
the bath», fitted with «11 modern con
New Work Done iu Best Style.
Mmn CUAN, MAT AM 0MIFMTAM1.
Good Fare and Reasonable Prices.
<J^--HOP on west side of M a I ii »treuI
in fr >tU o the bridge
BoTTI.ED water fresh from the
Give us a call if yo w sut good work done»
•prin, ou Mie et Geo. £o«k'i in AsbUud.
A w HI.AN»,