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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1888)
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HOW DO WE DIG OUR GRAVE?
MARCII 23. 18M
K m , ooaatantly ea hand a lull
We must eat or we catincl live.
This we all know. But do we all ' I
i know that we die by eating It is said
we dig our graves with our teeth.
How foolish this sounds. Yet it is
fearfully true. We are terrified at
the approach <>f the cholera and yel
low fever, yet there is a disease con
stantly at our doors and in our houses
far more dangerous and destructive.
Most people have in their own stom
achs a poison, more slow, but quite as
fatal as the germs of those maladies
whieh sweep men into eternity by
thousands without warning in the
times of great epidemics. Hut it is a
mercy that, if we are watchful, we
eau tell when we are threatened. The
following are anu.ng th« symptoms,
yet they do not always necessarily ap
pear in the same order, nor are they
always the same in different cases.
There is a dull and sleepy feeling; a
bad taste in the mouth, especially in
the morning; the appetite is change
able, sometimes poor and again it
se.ms as though the patient could not
eat enough, and occasionally no appe
tite at all; dullneaa and sluggishness
of the tuind; no ambition to study or
Work; more or less headache and heav
iness in the head; dizziness on rising
to the feet or moving suddenly; furred
and coated tongue; a sense of a load
on th. stomach that nothing removes;
hot and dry skin at timet; yellow
tinge in the eyes; scanty and high-
colored unne; soar taste iu the mouth,
frequently attended by palpitation of
the heart; impaired vision, with spots
that seem to be swimming in the air
before the eyes; a cough, with a
greenish-colored expectoration; poor
nighta’ rest; a sticky shine about the
teeth and gums; hands and feet cold
and clammy; irritable temper and
bowels bo-nd up and coetive. This
disease has puzzled the physician* and
still puzzle* them. It is the common
est of ailments and yet the most com
plicated and mysterious. Sometimes it
is treated as consumption, sometimes
as liver complaint, and then again a*
malaria and even heart disease. But
ita real nature la that or constipation
and dyspepsia. It arises in the diges
tive organs and soon affects all the
others through the corrupted and pois
oned blood. Often the whole body—
including the nervous system—is liter
ally starved, even when there is no
emaciation to tell the sad story.
Experience has shown that there is
but one remedy thst. can certainly
cure tins disease in all its stages,
namely, Shaker Extract of Roots or
Mother Seigel’s Curative Syrup. It
never fails but, nevertheless, no time
should be loet in trying other so-called
remedies, for they will do no good.
Get thia great vegetable preparation,
(discovered by a venerable nurse whose
name is a house-hold word in Ger
many) and be sure to get the genuine
GIVIS Vi BY SBVEN DOCTORS,
Shaker Extract of Root* or Seigel’s
Syrup has raised me to good health
after seven doctors had given me up
to die with consumption.—So writes
R. F. Grace, Kirkmauvtlle, Todd Co.,
HB HEARD OF IT JV3T IN TIME.
“1 had been about given up to die
with dys|.epsia when I first saw the
advertisement of Shaker Extract of
Roots or Seigel’s Syrup. After using
four bottles 1 was able to attend to
niy business as well as ever. I know
of several cases of chills and fever
that have been cured by it."—So
writes Mr. Thos. Pullman, of Taylor,
Geneva Co., Ala.
-H CHAMPION t
WORTH TEN DOLLARS A BOTTLE.
Mr. Thomas P. Evans, of the firm
of Evans &. Bro., Merchants, Horn
town, Accimach Co., Va., writes that
he had been sick with digestive disor
der* for many years and had tried
many physicians and medicines with
out benefit. He began to use Shaker
Extract of Routs or Seigel’s Syrtsp
about the first of Jan. 1887, and was
so much better in three weeks that he
considered himself practically a well
“1 have at this
time one bottle on haud, and if I
could not get any more I would not
fake a ten dollar bill Jbr it."
All druggists, or Address A. J.
White, Limited, 54 Wairen St., N. Y.
Masonic Directory, Ashland.
N o . 21. It. A M
Regular convocatiou« oa the Thursday
next after the fnll moon
W. H. ATKIXSOS', H. P.
E B Myer. Bec'y.
ASHLAND LODGE NO. 23. A. F. A A M
Stated communication on theThnradayof
or before the full moon
E. V. C ahter , W. M.
Wm R Lawson, Secretary
ALPHA CHAPTER NO. 1. O E. 8.
Stated meeting, on lit and 3.) Tuesday in
M m . M E McCal l. W, M.
Mr. J D Crock.r, Secretary.
ASHLAND LODGE No. 45.
I. O. O. F.,
Hold regular meeting, every Saturday
evening at their hell iu Ashland. Brethren
in good »tanding are cordially invited to
.M N Lotto N. G.
H C Myer, Secretary.
PILOT ROCK ENCAMPMENT NO 1S.I O O E
Meet, in Odd Fellow«'« Hal! every 2d and
4th Monday in each month
good «tending cordially luvited to atteud.
A. B ish , C. P.
M N Long. Scribe.
HOPE REBECCA DEGREE LODGE NO. 14.
Meet« on the 2d and 4th Tuesday in each
month in Odd Fellow.’, nail. A.bland.
M rs C E M at , N. G.
John May, See'y.
Ashland, Xsodgw, A. 0 -U. W.
Meet« I d lodge room In Odd Fellow’«
Hall every first aud T hird Wednesday tn
each month. Present hour of meeting 7:0Q
All Brethren in good standing are
cordially invited to attend.
T. O A ndrew «, M. W.
W m . P atteraok . Recorder
Highest Market prie
for all kinds of grain
HAY FOR SALE
—In Large or Small lou-----
------- Or In-------
Medford, Jackson Co.. Or.
The West Side
(West end ot bridge)
•HERM. STANLEY» Prop.
Keep« oonslant'y on hand the best of
HAY AND GRAIN.
Horse« left in my car« will be properly
oored for. Remember the place: west
end of th« bridge.
Ig~ Stable open night and day.
Baronin's “ffreateat show on earth”
ia going to England.
The new hotel Del Monte is finished
at Ban Diego -the largest hotel in the
General Adam Badentl will sue Gen.
Grant’s heirs for 835,01)0 for services in
helping Grant write his l>ook.
Mayor Abram 8. Hewitt prohibited
r-ny green flag to l»e displayed at the
city hull ot New York on St. Patrick’«
Church music in New York City em
ploys about 2,000 organists and vocal
ist«', whose anuual ealanea amount to
at leart 8250.000.
Sarah A. Weatherby ha« been ap
pointed postmistress at Weatherby,
Baker county, Oregon, in place of A.
J. Weatherby, resigned.
The governing committee of the
New York Stock Exchange has voted
to list th« 814.254.0lX) first mortgage
bonds of the Oregon A California road.
Several families in McMinnville have
been called upon recently to mourn
the death of their beloved little ones
from meuingitis, which is preva
A lauguage that threatens to rival
Volapuk in Chicago has made its ap
pearance there. A swinging sign in
front of a Chicago store reads, "The
Truth Spoken Here.”
The Secretary of War reports that
the number of men in the United
States available for military service is
8,021.605, exclusive of 100,837 that are
now enrolled in the regular army.
The New Y’ork Telegram says editor
ially : “Now that the treaty is signed,
the agile Mongolian will land on Brit
ish and Mexican territory and burrow
bis way through Ao the friendly laun
dry den in tho states.”
Gold, silver and currency in the
treasury to-day amoimts to 8670,360,-
868; certificates outstanding, gold,
894,210,651; silver, 8187,361,469; cur
rency, 81O,;ii5,(MX); internal revenue re
ceipts, 8388,099; customs, 81^388,109.
As an evidence of the progress made
by the negroes in the south since the
war, it is shown by late statistics that
in three States -Georgia. South Caro
lina and Lousiana—they pay taxes on
S48,(XX),000 worth of property.—[Chi
The Portland News states that
Charles Dickens, Jr., accompanied by
hia manager, Mayor J. B. Pond, will
pass through Oregon al>out May 21st
Portland will probably make an effort
to have the aon of the greatest of
noveista deliver a lecture there.
It ia rumored that the Viceroy of
China has accepted the offer of a
French syndicate to repair the Yellow
river gap for one million four hundred
thousand taels. About one-third of
the inhabitants of that portion of
China lying north of the Yellow river
are suffering more or less distress, and
in Honan and Anbie large portions of
the country are under water and like
ly to remain so for some years."
The Democratic Postmaster-General
claims that the postal service is better
than it ever has been, and the next
moment one reads complaints about
the service from both the East and
West. The last complaint on file is
that the service lietween Washington
City aud Richmond is worse than it
was dunng the war. The fact is, Mr.
Dickinson is so busy pulling the
strings for Clevelnsd's reuomination
that be bns no time to attend to his of
Politic« is much mixed in Portland,
Me. The prohibitionists there, under
the lead of the venerable Neal Dow,
made a tie up with the democrats and
nominated the general for mavor.
The reanlt was, in the election of Mon
day, the largest republican majority
ever known in that city. The repub
lican ticket secured over two votes to
one for Gen. Dow. Gen. Dow’s eon is
chairman of the republican state com
mittee and of course had to work
against his paternal ancestor.—[Ex.
Says a Loe Angeles dispatch of the
12th: The commissioner of the Gen
eral Land Office, by a letter just re
ceived here, has ruled that a iiody of
450,000 acres of laud in Loe Angele«
and San Bernardino counties, hereto«
fore selected and claimed by the
Southern Pacific Railroad Company,
shall be thrown open to entry under
the general land laws of the' United
States, being lands covered by the
lately forfeited grant to the Atlantic
and Pacific. The ground of the rul
ing is that the lands were in a state of
reservation at the time the grant to
the Southern Pacific road was attached.
Ten thousand dollars is a pretty stiff
«alary for a cook, but Mr. W. K. Van
derbilt has engaged Joseph Reil, a
Frenchman, to come on from France
and look after his kitchen for that con
sideration. Mr. Reil is said to be fa
mous, even at the French capital,
where cooks have to be exceedingly ex
pert in the preparation of indigestible
dishes to attract any attention. It is
to be hoped that the chef will not
canse his American employer annoy
ance through failure to build the tires
promptly or inability to keep the front
steps immaculate. Mr. Vanderbilt is
said to be captious about the prepara
tion of his victuals, and in paying
thus liberally for talent he certainly
ought to have pie on the table three
times a day and be able to keep jelly
cake constantly in his pantry in readi
ness for oompany.
Washington dispatch, March 16: It
is the universal opinion that the new
Chinese treaty will not accomplish the
purpose for which it is designed, and
will not give the relief which the peo
ple on the Pacific coast are entitled to
expwt. Nothing save the absolute ex
clusion of all Chinese laborers will
meet the emergency with which for
years past Californians have been
obliged to contend. Senator Mitchell,
whose bill projKtaes to abrogate all
treaty stipulations allowing the com
ing of Chinese laborers to America,
thinks any such treatv as reported to
be negotiated is simply a farce. Rep
resentative Felton, whose bill proposed
to prevent the coming to the United
States of Chinese laborers, after giving
notice to the Chinese government of
the determination of the United States
in the premises, thinks that the pro
posed treaty will be entirely inadequate
an<i insufficient Representative Mor
row, who, as a member of the House
Committee on Foreign Affairs; is es
pecially interested in anti-Chinese leg
islation, said in bis opinion the new
treatv will not accomplish what Secre
tary Bayard thinks it will do.
Vrunkenae.*, .r th. Liqu.r Habit
r.sltlv.ly Cured by administering
Dr. H.lne's Golden Specific
It can be given in a cup of ooffee or
tea without th. knowledge of the person
taking it; is absolutely harmless and
will effect a permanent and speedv
our«, whether the patient i« a mod
erate drinker or an alcoholic wreck.
Thousand« of drunkards have been
made temperate men who have taken the
Golden Specific in their coffee without
their knowledge, and to-day believe they
quit drinking of their own free will.
I t N evh * F ails . The system once im
pregnated with the Specific it becomes
an utter impossibility for the liquor ap
petite to exist. For full particulars, ad-
dreta G olden SpKctrtc Co., 185 ltacine
street. Cincinnati. Ohio.
Are you made miserable by indigestion,
constipation, dizziness, loss of appetite,
yellow akin? Shiloh’s Vitalizer is a
positive cure. And offered for sale by
T. K. Bolton.
Shiloh's Catarrh liemedy—a poeitive
cure for catarrh, diphtheria and cankM-
mouth. For sals by T. K. Bolton.
SoMlera’ Land Warrants.
Lately a number of persons have
paid more for soldiers' land warrants I
than they were worth, under the im-
Cression that they could be used to
ny all kinds of government lands
with. In a conversation held yester
day with a gentleman connected with
the land office, it was learned that
these warrants were worth just 8200,
and could be used only for the purpose
of payiug for land that bad been pre
empted or for a commuted homestead.
Within railroad limits a warrant will
pay for eighty nerra of land, and ont-
side of railroad limita for 160 acres of
offered lands. In tliia state all the of
fered lands have been withdrawn from
Secretary Sparks’ ruling requiring
the republication of notices to prove
up in ull cases where publication had
been had for only five time«, made dur
ing 1883, has been overruled by Acting
Commissioner Stockslager. All the
disputes growing out of this ruling
have lieen referred to the Board of
Equitable Adjudication for final ac
tion looking to granting of patents.—
In the circuit court of Jackson county,
state of Oregon
In the matter of the ««»ignment of J A Lar
son, for the benefit of creditors
To whom it may concern: The undfr-
signed hereby gives notice that he has been
appointed assignee of the caiaip of J A Lar-
«on, an Insolvent debtor of tbFeity of Ash
land, in the county of Jackson «nd «late of
Oregon; that he has duly qualified a« such
«»signee and all claims against said estate
muni be presented to him duly proved un
der c-ath, within three months from the
C. C. H alum , Assignee.
Dated fat Ashland, Or . Feb 24, 1*M
I.AXD (iRril k at K osbbi bo , O ox . I
r«b 14. 1AM. i
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed aotlc« uf his inten
tion to make final oroof la support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the judge or clerk of the countv court
of Jackson county,Or . at Jacksonville, Or.,
ou Saturday. March 24th. 1M8, vis: Louis
Schneider, Homestead Entry No. 4926. for
of S XV *4 section f>. and N % of H
E 1/i. sec 6, tp 3J 8, R 1 went, W M.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove ids continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, vie: XVelborn
Beeson, Samuel Robinson, Boyd Robinson,
George Briuer. all of Talent. Jackson coun
C has . XV J ohvsior ,
Taken up by the underalgned at hl. ranch,
four mile« cast of Ashland. Feb. 22d. is-v>,
the following described ««fray animal, to-
One cream white marc, about 7 year. old.
branded on the left «boulder, brand not
legible now, but supposed to be leiler " B;"
.up|.o«e<l tobe almut 13 hand« high
Appraised at $20. March 3d, IS»* hr A D
Helman. .1 P
JOHN J MIRTHY-
Po.-ted Feb. 22, 1SSS.
Notice to City Taxpayers
Notice is hereby given, that the city tax
roll of the city of' Ashland, Jackson county,
Or., has been placed in my hands, and the
same «hall so remain for the period of sixty
days, from and next after January 23, 1888,
during which lime 1 will at my oflfle«, in the
city council room, between tn« hours of 9
a . m . and p. m daily, receive and receipt
for city taxes for 1888. E ugenr XV alrad
Ashland, Or., Jan. 20, 1888. City Marshal.
Many who climb to the summit of
Shasta make some inscription on the
geodetic monument there to com
memorate the occasion. The shaft is
sixteen feet high, aud as materials for
scaffolding are not available, the up
per portion remains inaet. A local
photographer, who possesses a fine
negative of the monument, skillfully
traces any desired name or legend near
the top and after taking a print, erases
it, and the top-most point is again
ready to record the feat of ths next
daring explorer. The advantages of
this plan are manifold. For a small
oousideratiou any tourist can bear to
his distant friends the incontroverti
ble evidence that he tacked his banner
where no other human being dared to
climb. Don't give it away.—(biaeon
Hon du Combat.
Jessie's teacher gave her pupils a
party, to which “littls brother” was
luvited. He ate heartily of ice cream
and cake, anil was found reposing on
the liench in the porch while the other
children were at play in the yard.
When asked why he didn’t join them,
‘Ob, i can’t play; my pants choke
My dear yon enme iu too late last
night aud you talked in your sleep.
Mr. B. (uneasily)—Did I? What did
Mrs. B. “It sonndod like ‘ante up,
Mr. B. (with admirable presence of
miDd)—Yes my dear I had been dis
cussing Volapuk with Jones. Tbs ex
pression which escaped me in uiy sleep
means “God bless our home.”
One of the few choice residence lota
in the best part of the city, adjacent to
the business center can be purchased
at a bargain. Apply to G. F. Billings.
Two shares and a fraction in the
East Ashland Water Ditch will be
sold at a fair price. Apply to E. De-
rpHE UNDERSIGNED would announce
I to hi» old customers, and the public:
generally, that he Í» again in the tran.fcr
business. and 1. prepared to attend to all
calla promptly at
Dasieuger« to and from each train.
J. H. McBRIDZ,
AU persons Are hereby warned Against
negotiating for or purchasing a certain
school order drawn on the clerk of school
district No. 5. Jackson county. Oregon, by
the directors of said district on the 5th day
March, 188*. in favor of one J. R. Sweet for
the sum of <111.11-100, said order being
numbered 44; fur the reason that tho action
of said board of directors, in audittug the
account of said J 8. Sweet and in the mak
ing or drawing of said order, is illegal and
void, and the same will not be paid.
Published bv order of the board of school
directors of said school district No. 5. made
at a meeting of said board huh! March 12,
J ohn M ay . Clerk.
March 16, 188S.
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Cooperware,
B. F. Reeser’
H. S. EMERY
In Keeser’s Block, Ashland, Or., Ful
stock on hand and made to order.
Which will be done in a workmanlike man
ner and at
Full supply of coffin’, caskets,
robes of all sizes, gloves,
crapes, etc., etc.
Prices That Defy competition.
Office and warerooms nt railroad crossing
of Iklnian street.
B. F. REESER.
E E. Brifhtman,
ASHLAND, - - OREGON.
Renovated throughout, and
jCW- A good »ample room for commer
cial traveler» has been fitted up in connec
tion with the hotel.
For School Children and Everybody Else. For sale only at
[JSTCALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
ASHLAND DRUG STORE!
Butivc< n f’i<-n«
gaii's photo gu’.
M asotiic Block.
Patent Medicines, Druggist’s Sundries,
School Books and Stationery
Artists' Materials, Lamps and Lamp Stock.
’orc and I a >
. ; Mam titrcvl,
- - -
LEA.DDIG T.AKl . OF BOTTHEBN
LARGEST stock of DRUGS,
W m . MILLS, is now
5 cts per loaf, or «’»loaves for 25 < ts:
2«5 loa\ ck fur f 1.
Wheat, Graham. B o M< hi Brown F»n <1 mid
and Rye bri-Hd <oDMauily <»u Baud; i»i«*u,
cukes and buns.
I 1 ICS CREAM IK SE/atCH ALSO SWEET Cl OCR
Jt?** Nil <
f(' -m 100 lc nveF to 1000
promptly lilh d. Givi
a .•;<!. (U.<2
Terms birictly < a?h.
J. W. O. GREGORY,
H CHITWOOD & SON
Passenger and Freight
Passenger Coach Every Train
town at ratcfe
Rustic, Beveled Siding, Flooring and Ceiling, All Kinds of
Moulding, Brackets, and Builders’ Material.
JOB WORK SOLICITED I
PRICES REASONABLE I
— Dealers in------
Wall Paper, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Matting,
GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, & BRUSHES.
The finest line of Bed-roem Suite», Parlor
Suites and Lounges to be found in Southern Oregon.
COME AND SEE US.
MESSENGER & SMITH, Ashland, Oregon,
The treatment of many thouaand« cf ca««*
of those chronic weaknesses aud dlstrcN-u g
ailments peculiar to female«, at the Juvali V
Hotel and Kurgical Institute. Buffalo, N 5
busaflbrdcd avast experience in nicely adapt
ing and thoroughly testing rerue-Ucw for the
cure of woman’s ¡»eculiar maladies.
JACOB WAGNER, Proprietor, i
Note these price«:
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T f'*HIS HOTEL, which ha. been for many
.L year, a favorite place of summer re New Plowshare......................................
sort for person« seekins health and recrea C^*Give iny work a trial and you will be
tion, has receutly been greatly improved
by the present proprietor, who has done
much to make It pleasant and attractive
Linkville’s New Strike.
Golden Eagle Hotel,
C. K. PHILLIPS, Prop’r.
Thi« hotel, having been thoren*hly re
paired and newlv furnished, rank« «noons
the best hotels of Oregon or California. The
proprietor is an experienced landlord, well
known in the west.
The Beds are New and Clean, and
I»furni»hcd with everythin» th. market
afford« Guest, niav rot a«.ure<l that noth
ing »ill be left tin.lone th:it »111 n-1.1 to
their comfort w till.- »topping at tin. hotel
In counectiouwith tlic hotel 1« a firstdart-
Special attention paid to the comfor
ana needs of invalids.
Among the improvements of the hotel are
the baths, fitted with all modern con
XVhero traveler« an<1 patron« o*n have their
teams provided with the boat of hav and
ROOMS CLEAN, NEAT AND COMFORTABLE.
Krain Courteous atten<Un<-e guaranteed
Saddle hor>«‘s, team« and vehicles of every
1 description to be had at all time«
C. E. P hillips , Prop.
Feed and Livery Stable.
STILL DOING BUSINESS
Dr. Mrrrr’a Favorile Prescription la
the outgrowth, or result, of thia great and
v.duabie experience. Thousand« of testimo
nials, received from patient« and from phvsi-
c’.an« who Lave tente I it iu the mora ug«rra-
v •.M and obstinate cases 5s filch had baffled
IL .r skill, prove it to be C o most v onderful
remedy ever devised f r the relief d cure of
ruffennr women. It is not re' .:nn. aded a* a
••cure-all,” but ns a most perfect isnecWc f r
woman’s peculiar ailments.
Lost their Planing Mill and contents by fire, but saved
WARE-HOUSE FULL OF TOUR
And arc now selling at bottom prices everything in the
Sash, Doors, Mouldings,
Paints, Oils, Glass,
And various builders’ material.
Send or call for prices.
of Helman street.
Warehouse at R. R.track, foot
A« a powerful invigorating ionic it
Un¡iarts strength to the wlvile system, and
to the womb and it*« apjiend cs in p.»rticul*.rp
F°r overworked. ••w< rti-o
debilitated teachers, milliners, dressmaker*,
seamstresses, ••shop-ciris,” ho use-keepers, nurs
ing mothers, an I feeble women generally. I>r.
Pierce’s Favorite Prescript! n is the great<*st
earthly boon, being uncqualod as an appetizing
| cordial and resturativo tenic.
As a soothing and strengthening ner
! vine, ” Favorite Prescription” is unequaird
' and is invaluable in : Haying aud subduing
I nervous excitability, irritability, exhaustion.
Ítrust ration, hysteria, siasms and other dig
ressing, nerv its symptoms « ^rnmonly attend
ant upon functional and < rganic disease of th*
womb. It inducen refreshing sleep and relieves
mental anxiety’ and despondency.
Dr Fierce*»» Fnvnritc Preferí nt ion Is
a legitimate med cine, i.iniuiiy com-
l pounded by an cxj>erienc<'<l and BkfiiruJ phy
sician, and adapted to woman’s d. licate or-
pinization. K Is purely vegetable iu its
'omp «ition an I perf .iy l.'irmk- • iu it* effects
n any condiiion < f the
sickness, <r nausea, f. m whatever < au«o
arising, weak ; t■•r.r.»<:h, i i-.igi -’i
<!v<p< ¡ - ih
and klndn-d symptoms. i;s iilo , in LmaU du ^es,
will prove very beuelicui.
YOU LE & GILROY.
Ashland, Oregon, May 6th, 1887.
Good Fare and Reasonable Prices.
TUE STEEL GEAR BUGGY.
H. B. REED, Proprietor.
Manufacturer of the
in G vtfu'■ l/».
f!> Wood to shrink break, feci) or we;r out.
So bs:t, or clip, to tesene leste or rattb.
• »-ar m,<i, «ntircly c! steel, riveted together, nr.
hv brake«, wlii last forevor.
ABBOTT BUGGY CO.. CHICAGO.
H. C. MYER
The Best STOCK,
Five Double Strands Galvanized Bessemer Steel Wire,
the wire firmly twisted between pickets.
ANY KIND AND SIZE PICKETS!
Cheaper than a Rail Fence,
More durable than a Board Fence,
Stronger than a Barb Wire Fence.s.
" Favorite Frrsrrlpllwn” 1« n posltKr
cure for the m t
suplícate I and ubMinute
ca»os of leucurrinft, cxces-uve f! wing, painlu!
menstruation, u.i aturdí hupprc^'i .ns, pr lap
sus, or failing < f the n -mb. \ vc ;. k back, •Teníale
weakness,** antevi r -i n. rotr vcr^i-.ii. bearing-
d >a n BCLwwtiuD*’.' 1
tl mand ulct rat: >u of the wenjh,inl1:uumati< n.
pam and tenderness in ovarica, u<’cumiianio<l
with •* internal beat.”
A« m rrgnlnfor and pr. motor of functional
action, at that critical |>rriod of change from
girlhood to womanhood, ••Favorite Prescrip-
t! m” isa perfectly safe retn< dial agent, and < au
produce only good result«. It is * quail v effica-
d .>us and valuable in it« effects when taken for
those disorders and demugetueuta incideut to
that later aud m<«t crittmd ¿«riod, kuuwn as
•• The Change of Lile.”
Favorite Prescriptl«»n. when taken in
connection with the tiMiof I>r. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, and small laxative do«*« of
Dr. iteróos Purgative Pellets (LilUe Liver
Fill«), cures Liver. Kidney and Bladder <lfo-
easra. Their combíne«! use also removes Id. m
taints, and abolishes cancero us aud scrofulous
humors from the system.
•‘ Favorite Prescription ” is the only med
icine for women, sold by druggists, under a
positive sun rioter from the manufacturers,
that it will give aatisfoctiun In every case, or
m<>ney will be refuu<k-d. This guarantee haa
been printed on the bottle-wrapper, and faith
fully carried out for many years.
Large Dottle. (100 doses. Nl.00, or Ml
bottles for #5.GO.
For lane, illustrated Treatise on Disease« of
Women (IO) |uige6, ¡»aper-coverrd i, send 1« n
cents in stamps.
a ddre ; s ,
iorlfs Dispensary Medical Association,
G<¿3 Mlilii M . Ill FI ALO N 1
Malaria, Fever and Ague,
Dumb Chills, Wind Colic,
Bilious Attacks, etc.
Made by the Gelatino-Broniide, or
Ar« now taken by the Leading Photographers in al) the Cities, and for Groups,
pictures of ohildren,eto.,are far superior to the old so-called “wet-plate” process.
Call at Logan’s
r, on the hill,
And examin« work made exclusively by the mw proooM. Photographs made
by the leading artist« of the coast on exhibition for comparison.
THE BEST SHOES!
Water street, below livery stable,
Horses Boarded and Fed.
Will Buy and Sell horses-
Tb.c iiud< r-kined. in < •:
cr. t of the
ill in .lilt) «•! hi- U if* ’* <•<•!:>! ■ .1 t>* -.--k
m Uriel «'liiuAtc. a».‘: there f**it « :i< rs for
mile hit-fam; <-f
.*< n - imi« « nt to
Town of Tahiit. Tin pla< <■ is in a high
Mate of culti vat ¡«»n. < on»., i- a g- »*>l L<*Uie
and barn, about
fruii tr«-i - g< <>d water,
etc. W ill »«l-<» s' iJ horses, wagons, calile,
hogs. Afilli <»utf‘t of funning inipninentv
and household furniture. Terms « xsy.
The tarm will be sold alone, if desired.
Is. I 1'FNMBAKEK.
Talent. Oregon, F eb. 5, I sm .
Mirrors, Frames, Mouldings, Pictures.
A^None but the best material used.
The old fctablea on Main stieet near
the bridge, and the new stablea on Oak
Street, are now nnder the proprietorship
and management of
New and handsome turnouts, reliable
and safe buggy teams, and good saddle
horses always to ba had at these stables.
Best Locali«.» in Rollio River
Particular Attention to Job Work.
At reasonable ratee.
CIIOK i: i AR M POR SA I.E.
Lower Than Anyone Else
NEW TIN SHOP
IOO Doses One Dollar
Who are prepared to offer the public
better accommodations than ever before
afforded in Southern Oregou iu the liv
Messenger & Smith, Proprietors.
... WÔ4 grain«.
arbon ate of iron....
. . 3 5517
. .3 9471
Titanic acid .............
. . 1.5443
arbona te magnesia
Lithium carbonate, potassium carbonate.
Iodine and traces uf nitric ac.d not cstima
Total amount of earbouic acid gn1’, free
and combined, equals 58.478« grains per gal
LIVERY AND FEED
enna tr uA-fr-tOf::
ASHLAND PLANING MILLS.
1« thu mo«t noted of Southern Oregon,
and lta medicinal properties have been
proven to beof great value and benefit as a
tonic and aid to digestion and a« a remedy
or relief in nearly all cases of kidney
trouble and kindred ail ments. Following
is the report of the analysis: One standard
gallon oi the water contains:
THE ASHLAND •
— FOR THE BEST -
The Mineral Spring
The Importance of purifying the blood can
not be overestimated, for without pure blood
you cannot enjoy good health.
At tills season nearly every one need* a
good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich
the blood, and we ask you to try Hood’*
Doc 111 i a r S-arsaparilla. It strengthen*
• UCUI lai au(j builds up the system,
creates an appetite, and tones the digestion,
while it eradicate* disease. The peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation
or the vegetable remedies used give to
Hood's Sarsaparilla pecul- Tn If ealf
lar curative powers. No ■ O 113611
other medicine has such a record of wonderful
eures. If you havo made up your mind to
buy flood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to
take any other instead. It 1* a Peculiar
Medicine, and is worthy your confidence.
Hood's Sarsaparilla 1« told by all druggist*.
Prepared by C. L Hood 4k Co., Lowell, Mass.
The undersigned offers for sale his stock
ranch uf 500 acres situated ou T ule lake,
Klamath countv, Or., au A 1 ranch for stock
purposes, xx ill put upiyi ton« ,f Layoff
the place: Best range in Klaunith county.
XXTlf sell stock and farming implement«
with the ranch, if desired For further in
formation apply t<>
R. H itchibon .
Tule l ake. <>r.. Jan 9. 18N7
tr.EBRATfO BOOTS J SHOES
Pinal Proof Notice
MR. JOHN W. FURBUSH,
An Army Veteran,
Stuck Ranch for Sale.
Assignee’s .Notice to Creditors
who hu probably auffsred more than any
man or woman in Amarica to-day. Taken
■lek while In the Army, he hu endured
untold agonies «Ince. Deacrlblng his first
symptoms he said: “My head ached and
my appetite waa poor. I felt a faintneM at
the pit of the stomach, and bad taste in my
month, while my akin was sometime» hot
I «nd «ometlmea cold. I next felt pain» in
my back and around tho lower portion of
my body, and noticed a peculiar odor and
1 Modoc. Gal , Independent. I
color in th« water I posed, which wa«
On Friday uf last weefc two six-
scanty «tone time and free at other». Some
time» It pained mo to void it, and «gain ft
horse teams from Cedarville , passed
waa almost imposaible to do ao at alL Ft
through Alturas en route for Big val
nelly I began to pass clear blood accent-
ley after the well-bonng machine,
panted with the greatestatrain and agony."
Ho lex than SO eminent phyaictana at
which was recently pnrehaaed by a
Mr. Furbueh at various time«, but
joint stock company iu Surprise valley.
not one of them could help him. He w««
Mr. Johnetoue, of Cedarville, informs
near death'« door. And yet no »ay»: “lam
alive and well to-d«y, wholly through the
ns that the company is composed of
wonderful power of Hunt’a Remedy which
the solid men of Cedarville and vicin
took me from tho verge of the grave.'
ity, and among the stockholders are
Thi» Great Remedy absolutely cures all
Kidney, Liver and Urinary Disease».
such m«n as \Vm. Hudspeth, Jake
Bituer, C. T. Sharp, Smalls Bros., and
For Sale by all Dealer«.
others, aud it is the intention of the
C. X. CRITTENTON, General Agent.
company to continue boring until the
Ill Fulton SL, X. Y.
mutter of obtaining artesian wafer in
fe«4 > foropUat «•
C* . ^r^r-
Surprise valley is fully determined.
The machine which has been at work
iu Surprise valley was inadequate to
the purpose, notwithstanding tbs fact
that flowing water was obtained at a
depth of 150 feet. The well referred
to is on Smalls Brothers' ranch, half a
mile east of Cedarville. It flows only
a small stream, but it is the general
belief that by going deeper a good sap-
ply of water can be obtained; honoe
the purchase of improved machinery.
A IlarmlcM Dodge.
The Herefords are becoming
the favorites among cattlemen
everywhere, both for range nnd
this valley wishing to breed to
imported representatives of the
best families of Herefords in Illi
nois can do so at the farm of E.
K. Anderson on Wagner creek.
J. D. F ountain
Tliry produce regular, natural evac
uation*», never gripe or interfere with
daily busine**. A a a family medicine,
they should have a place in every
household. Price, 25 cent« per box.
Oflice, 44 Murray Stn N. Y.
Ths 1U11.W Gt iliK 1»
tMsncd Sept, und March,
each year. Hr 31S
8Z% X 111 a niche«,with over
Has again nasamed the sole proprietorship of this old established house, having
3.5OJ illustrations - a
bought the interest of W G Holmes in the firm of Fountain A Holmes,
whole Picture Gallery.
GIVES Wholesale Price I
Anil continue to keep jn hand a large and well selected stock of
direct In row ••«»•'•»•-< on all floods for
personal or family use* Tell* linw to
order, «nd gives tuut cost uf every-
thin” yon u*e, ent, drink, wear, oi
have fun with. These INVALUABLE
Consisting of fine custom and ready-made Clothing, Staple and Fan BOOKS contaia information gleane d
from the markets of the world. W<
cy IJry Goods. Fine Cloaks, etc.; Boots and Shoes, Groceries,
I will mail a copy ITII-E to any u.l-
Canned Goods, Cigars, Tobacco, etc., etc., etc.
dress upon receipt of 10 cts. to defray
expense of mailing. Let us hear from
Re spec tidily»
FINS MILLINERY a specialty-
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
»87 A. 2211
Ave.«., Chieu.o. Ilk