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ISAVGURA TIOS PREPARA
MARCH 1. IB*
FORTY DAYS’ »ORK.
The general biennial appiopriation
IRS New Laws Passed at the Late Setwioa
bill passed by the legislature appropri
of the Oregon Solons al Salem.
ates S76K.878.65. Of this there is ap
propriated out of the trust funds $36,-
[Compiled by Oregon Statesnian.l
716.1M, and the balance comes out of
The following list of bills that have the general fund.
or Boon will become laws is the result
The insane asylum for general ex
of the session of the Oregon legisla penses gets $154,000. For conveying
ture just closed. Eighty five of the patients to the asylum there is appro
new laws, of which 13 are incorpora- i priated $20,000; for the purchase of ad
tion acts, originated in the senate, and ditional ground, $30,000, and for ad
78, including 18 incorporation bills, ditions and general repairs $68,300.
originated in the house:
These appropriations are liberal, but
all necessary at this time.
For > 10» for relief of J. M. Plii'iucire
For the railroad commission there
Amending t ode in reference to referees.
T<> regulate recording of town anti evraete- is appropriated $19.000.
The bouse refused to purchase the
n plat* in Multnomah county.
Addhig ‘•«leer ' in the L’arne law
electric light plant for 821.000, but ap
Amending the law regardingincorpomtion propriated 810,000 to pay for the lights,
of • hurehe* and religion* ami other Madefies.
General appropriation bill, about |7'if»,uug as per contract.
The school for deaf mutes gets 816,-
out of general fund.
For 112,000 for a road from <'oos to Douglas 000 for the next two years, and the
To < hauge name ui Averill, Coos county, blind school $9,000.
I The capitol building and grounds
For WW for the Wallowa cauyou wagon get only $11.000, and the dome must
Reducing tulotagc fees ou ( olumbia bar wait for at least two years.
aud river and the Willamette about 40 per
The Orphans’ Home at Salem gets
$5000, instead of $3000, as does the
r*Lnvman\ (or Dimk k’*) high license bill
bee am e a law without the governor's >dgua- Portland Home.
For the incidental fund 824.000 is
For 114,000for Curry county wagon road
set apart, and for the printing fund
Making circuit judge* magistrate*
To tix times of holding county court in $28,1100.
The penitentiary gets the usual ap
To purchase copies of “14th anil 15th Orc propriation to pay expenses and salar
gon." the sebsion laws and Hill's code.
To change the name of Bully creek. Mai ies. and about $8000 for improvements
hour county, to Abler creek.
A special from Washington says:
Accommodations have been prepared
THE RAI LROA1) COM MI SSI OS
along Pennsylvania avenue by the
construction of temporary platforms
bill Is-fors the le^rislat tl re to to seat 30,000 or 40.00O people to view
create a state railroad oommiaaion the inauguration parade, while on the
cotn|»oHed of three meuiliers, not more balconies, windows and honseto|>s as
than two to l»e of the same political many more can witness this great pro
party, was vetoed by Governor Pen cession. Pennsylvania avenue is the
noyer, but was paswd over his veto, broadest thoroughfare possessed by
and the legislature then elected as the any city in the United States. It has
commissioners, J. P. Faul, of Baker an average w idth of about 125 feet
county ; Geo. W. Colvig, of Douglas from curb to curb, while the sidewalks
county ; Robert Clow, of Polk county. average twenty feet in breadth. The
The governor decided that the bill numlter of people who can see the
does not take effect till ninety days . paratie on foot in this space, al »out
from the date of it» p.ussage, because two miles long, and from the many
as the emergency clause says it shall acre« of grounds at»out the White
take effect “immediately upon its ap House ami the Capitol, cannot be esti
proval by the governor," and a» he mated. It is safe to say that half a
did not approve it, that clause is null, million people will see President Har
and the passage of the bill over his rison on the way from the Capitol to
vato if not to l»e sulmtituted in such the White House »ext Monday.
Naarly all of the finishing touches
effect for his approval. With this as
the ground work .»f his logic he next have been given to the preparations
finds that the legislature could not external and internal for the inaugu
maks the election of commissioners, ration. The great platform on the
For >10,000 for wagon road from Heppner to
l»ecause the law did not go into effect east front of the Capitol, from which Monument.
For >10.000 for wagon road iu Tillamook
till after its adjournment. He there Harrison will deliver his inaugural county.
To locate county roads for logging purpose«
fore hastened to ap(H»int two new com
Amending the iiisuranuv law
The “gradual reduction“ educational act.
missioners under the old law which he ing issued for those who will occupy
create !Sherman county.
treated so lightly at the Iteginning of it. The long sheds leading to the
('resting a state lx»ard of horticulture.
railroad companies to pay for
Session; and declares that at the Pension building, when» the inaugu in Compelling
iration of the ninety days he will ral ball will take place, and which am To make the \\ a*e6 Indepemient academy
at The Dalles a normal school.
appoint three commissioners, to hold to protect the people going from their
For official reporters (stenographers) of cir
till the next meeting of the legisla carriages or emerging from the build cuit
For >5000 to purchase the half block east of
ture. The governor will most likely ing until they are safely housed with the capitol
To establish a state weather service.
find that the snpreme court will not in the vehicles, have l»eeu completed.
To provide assessment blank for seh«>ol
agree with his decisions in these mat
For a health officer at Yaquina Bay
ters, if the case •>» brought to the at- great ballroom, and they will com To confirm title of blo< k So. 12 in Pendle
to Cmatilla county.
teution of the court.
To amend section 1429 of the Criminal Code
The republicans iu caucus selected end of this week. There is to !>• very i in relation to aj»peals.
For >10,000 for road from Huntington to
al) three of the memliers. the two re little ceremony or pomp connected Snake river.
For >'2000 for road from Alsea to tide water.
publicans and the democrat, without
For f'2500 for road in Tillamook ami ash
giving the democrats any choice iu elect. The chairman of the inaugural ing’on counties.
For a state levy of one seventh of a mill
the member to represent their party, committee will meet him with some (instead of one-tenth) for the State uuiversi
to make scholarships free.
ami made their action esj»ecially re members of the reception committee to. To ami prevent
the enticiug or harboring of
pugnant to the governor by selecting at the Baltimore and Potomac statiou seamen from ships.
of a dog a crime.
as the democratic memlier Roliert and escort him to his hotel.
To define lawful fem es.
Clow, whom Pennoyer dismissed from
the su|»erintendeney of the peniten
tiary, and who is in consequence the
governor's arch enemy. It is there
fore not to be wondered at that the
governor at once resorted to his favor
ite role of ex|H»under of the constitu
tion and confounderof the legislation.
He had no use for the old ruilroad
commission law until he could use it
as a club with which to do battle
against this latest attempt of the legis
lature to over-ride his [»eculiar de
sire» and defeat his cherished scheme
■ >f annihilation of the railroad com
.VE H’S biSPA TCHES.
Senator Kenna is re-elected from
Mayor John J. Holmes, of Iowa
City, la., committed suicide Feb. 25th.
He was insane.
President and Mrs. Cleveland held
their last public reception in the White
House Thursday evening of last week.
The sword which Washington wore
when inaugurated as President one
hundred years ago, will figure in the
centennial celebration of the event in
Senator Dolph has presented to the
senate a petition from citizens of Ore
gon, praying against the passage by
EDITORIAL NOTES AND NEWS
congress of auy bill for the suspension
of work on Sunday.
After next Monday, drover, fare
J. 0. Flood, the California million
aire, died at Carlsbad springs one day
last week, of Bright’s disease, and other
Unless the unexpected should in ailments. He was worth $20,000,000.
tervene, the United States will have a Of the bonanza "big four," Mackay and
Republican President airaiu liefore the Fair are still living.
The senate has passed the bill appro
□ext issue of the T idings .
priating $80,000 for the establishment
The last session of the legislature of a lighthouse at Heceta bead, near
was the most expensive Oregon has the mouth of theSiuslaw river, Oregon.
This bill bus also passed the house,
had, its cost reaching nearly $45,000 and it now goes to the president fur
for the 4o days. The lady clerks coat hi» signature.
The highest price ever paid for Chi
cago real estate was that giien by H.
The salary of the president’s private H. Koblsaat for a lot 20x40 feet, ou the
secretary, paid by congressional ap corner of Dearborn and Madison strew s
propriation, has l»een $3,iM>1 |>er an the other day. The price was $150.000,
num. It will lie raised to $5.1)09. and which is equivalent to 87500 per front
foot or about $8,000,000 per acre.
Dan Lamont will lie giveu gb.ooo back
It is reported that Senator Black
burn, of Kentucky, pulled the ear of
President-elect Harrison and party Senator Chandler, of New Hampshire
made the journey from ludiauapolia to —and pulled it hard—in a committee
room of the national capitol the other
Washington Tuesday, and took quar day. Chandler’s colleague, Blair, in
ters at the Arlington hotel to await tends to introduce a resolution censur
umuRuration day. The General re- ing Blackburn, it 1» said.
ceived a continuous ovation along the
The celebrated sleeping girl of Trey,
whole route of travel.
Tenn., died last week. She has slept
since she was ten years of uge till she
Now we have Salisbury’s assurance was thirty-two years old, waking at in
that England never had any intention tervals of a minute or two and occa
of seizing the Samoan islands. Bis sionally for an hour or little longer,
marck also tells ns Germany never sometimes daily, sometimes not for
several days. Thousands have visited
contemplated such an act. It is quite her. At once time Barnum offered her
evident that foreign Prune Ministers parents $10,000 per year to take her
recognize the growl of the American and her parents with his show he to
|H-i)ple, even when it is uttered by a pay all expenses, but they refuse,!
Mrs. Frank Leslie has sold to W. J.
Secretary of State with manners as
ini|d as those of a cooing dove [S. Arkellof Judge her weekly illustrated
papers, both English and German.
The transfers are to be made on May
1st. Mrs. Leslie will retain und per
The claims of tin* Ix»n,loin Timen in sonally direct her other publications. .
the famous Parnell cas«‘ have utterly Arkell refuses to state the price paid.
colla|»Hed. "Pigi»tt"who furnished the He says the policy of the weekly wiil
letters which were used against Par remain the same aggressive and inde
pendent. The present force wiil be re
nell made a complete confession of tained and new skill added. Arkell
their forgery and then tied. The dis said be had been negotiating for these
covery which led to the confession of papers since 1883.
Pigott is accredited to Egan. Parnell
The Pioneers of Klamath Kasin.
and liis cause have l»een immensely
benefitted by the disclosures just
D airy , Or., Feb. 20, 1889.
Editor Tiditigx: An editorial on
the wagon road appropriation in the
(Anioug congressional proceedings last issue of the Klamath Slur has as
tomshed ns not a littlo, as the editor
reported of one day last week the fol goes off on a tangent to make an at
lowing was given : “During the con tack on the pioneers of this basin, or
sidération of the deficiency bill Hutch as lie calls them “cowboys.” Where is
idem.) attacked the appropriationa the provocation for this untruthful and
unjust attack? Has auy cattle man
committee f«»r pamimony in appro made any objection to the road bill?
priations for furnishing and caring Nearly all the settlers "a decade ago"
for public buildings, and made a were cattle meu to a greater or lese ex
scene in the house. He accused the tent, for that was almost the entire
business of the country. The people
duniiM-ratie administration of alienat abused are thoee who went liefore and
ing its friends by its stinginess and made it possible for others to come
morbid idea of economy. His utter after; those who, deprived of nearly
ances ns showing he was disgruntled every Comfort, suffered every hardship,
eudured every privation, even to the
wijh the treasury officials of bisown loss of life, to lay the foundations of
party were applauded by republican». settlement. Are they now to be brand
Pending further consideration of the ed as enemies of the country, and to l»e
ungratefully, mercilessly slandered by
bill the house adjourned.
the very people who have come to enjoy
alio ue which has come through their
Minister Phelps has beaten the heroic,fforts'' Newcomers haven right
trunk record across the Atlantic. to know thefacts alamt our history, aud
Wlien James <>. Blaine arrive,! last public journals should certainly strive
fall after a ten months’ sojourn in Eil- to give honor to thus»» whose deter
mine«! fight, against fearful <Hids, saved
nq»e he brought thirty-seven trunks, our scattering gettlemeuts from utter
but the man from Vermont easts a destruction when exjiomsi to ths In
shadow over the man from Maine. dian foe. Well might the editor of
Mr. Phelps is said by the customs of the Star draw a lesson from that old
at Link,tile, filled by early
ficers to have lieen the proud |>oHHe»Hor graveyard
pioneers, who fell by savage hands
of 101. Of course these did not Coll- fell in the fierce warfare of the early
t:gin only hisown ••ffi'ets. but included days, that wttlers might possess the
tHose of his family. One hundred and laud iu peace. To them we owe a
uever eudiug tlebt of gratitude. Are
trunks t,H»k up a great ,leal of room we so siM’ti to forget the fate of Adam
even in such a giant steamship as the Sbilhuglow, of William Nuss, of Frank
Lahn; but as Phel|*<, he paid the Trimble, of Jerry Crooks, of the B< h 1 vs
freight, the officers of the North Ger and Brothertons and the mauy others
who fell as a sacrifice il|»oli the altar
man Lloyd Steamship Company have of advancing civilization. Are we so
not a word to say. There was some s«Min to forget that early history when
wonderment expressed by the officers John Fairchild's and Oliver Apple
of the Lahn when the steamer touched gate's cowboys went through the whirl
wind of death in the lava I hm I s , leaving
ut Southampton, England, and they the riK'ks and crags stained with their
saw the mountain of trunks, when life's blood?
We who are still living cannot l»e
told that they all Ixdonged to one man.
the United States Minister to the expected to submit quietly to insult
and slander. Nomen ba', e done more
Court of St. James, this benighted
to develop the country, ev, n to make
country rose in the estimation of the farming Hiiceec.sftil. than these so cull
ed “cow I kivs ." aud for an editor to
turn out of ins way to malignaotly
abuse them is both tnislendiug and
l^rgal Voters at School Meetings.
ungrateful. St«H*k raising has always
flonse bill No. 12, introduced l>y Mr. l»eeu the leading industry of this coun
.Jon Dings, of l^ne county, is now a law, try and is still paramount to ail other
for it contained an emergency clause interests; a fact acknowledged and ap
and was signed by Sylvester Pennoyer, preciated by every intelligent settler.
governor. Tins bill definse legal voters Who else is prepared to con,i,*mn the
at school elections as follows:
men who have made the country what
Any citizen of this state shall lie en it is?
titled to vote at a school meeting who
Jons H. S hook .
is twenty-one years of age, and has re
sided in the district thirty days imme
A < hil<l Killed.
diately pnvetling the meeting, and
child killed by the use of opi
has proj»erty in the district upon which at, Another
s given m the form of Soothing syrtip
he or she pays a tax, or him children of Why tuothers give their children such
school age to educate. But this act deadly poi»>n is surprising when they
shall not lie applicable to districts with can relieve the child of its peculiar
a population of 1000 and upward». All troubles bv the use ot Acker s Baby
acts and parts of acts in eoutiict with Soother. it contains no opium or mor
phine. Slid by Chitwood Bros.
this act are repealed.
The words “or has children of school
People» going to Jackson ville wul.
age to educate” are added, ami will
qualify many persons in country dis find Ply male's c-.aci: uyajîing every
tricts to vote at school meetings, who train at Medford. Asa lot tha l»est
coach— Ply mal, jl
did not before enjoy this privilege.
SALE 25 LEASE
THAT MOST DESIRABLE
MAIN ST. & HARGADINE AVE.
One Farm containing 109 acres of land suitable for mixed farming
Well located 3 miles from Ashland.
40 Acres 6 miles from Ashland: suitable- for a comfortable home
Price if sold at once $25 per acre.
20 Acres of Fruit Land 1
miles troin Ashland; Sio<> per acre
14 Acres Fruit I-and
mile from Ashland bine Location for
home. Si50 per acre.
Acres of good Fruit Land at S hk » per acre
Acres Fruit Land at S,x> per acre
One-half acre lots from SIO° to Sifo each.
Lots in Hunsaker's Addition.
Lots in Miner's Addition
THE MOST CENTRAL
Location in Ashland
EACH 22 FT. FRONT BY I 20 FT. 4 IN. DEEP.
These lots are located diagonally opposite the new
H otel O regon , on the south side of Main st., corner of
Hargadine Avenue, and for a first class business inv *«t-
ment have no equal in the city. Call on or address
MAX PRACHT,. Ashland, Or
For Sale by
BUY A LOT IN
G. F. BILLINGS.
The Railroad t'oinniissloD.
Oregon has lieaten the world’s record
in regard to railroad commissions, hav
ing three which claim to lie legally
qualified, and Governor l’eunoyer has
kindly promised to appoint another, to
1 m < composed of two democrats and a
prohibitiouist, less than ninety »lays
hence. The commission elected by the
legislature, as required by the Dawson
law. seems to have the inside track of
things, to say nothing about having
possession of the books, and the office
of the railroad commission in the stufe
house. Waggoner, one of the commis
sioners, whom Governor Pennoyer re
moved for cause, ami whom the repub
lican caucus re<*ommeuded for wre-
taiy of the commission, asked Clerk
Bell, of the old commission, for the
keys of the office the other day, and on
receiving them turned everything over
to the new commission. He was at
once elected secretary of the commis
sion and made custodian of the la»oks
and papers. If possession is nine
(Kiints of law, the new commission is
decidedly in the ascendancy. [Ore
Three fourths of our people are
troubled with l>ys|»e|>»ia or Liver Com
plaint nrsoine form or other, which by
nature of the disease has a depressing
inti lence on the mind or body, prevent
ing them from thinking or acting clear
ly iu any matter of importance. Indi
gestion. coming up of the fi«»d after eat
mg. dys|M|»sia. sick headache, acidity of
the stomach or anv derangsinent of the
stomach or liver (U| hiii which the whole
action of our »vstein d,-pends» are
speedily and effectually overcome by
the use of Green's August Flower. The
most stubborn cases have y ielded to lis
influence, as thousands of letters re
ceived will testify. The immense sale
of this medicine is another guarantee of
of its merits, lovers million and half
lM>ttles sold last year.) So we ask. will
it pay t,» suffer from any of the al«»ve
dist-ases when von can have immediate
relief in the Angust Flower. Thn-e doses
will prove its worth. It is sold by all
druggists and general dealers in all
parts of the world.
CITY OF ASHLAND!
ONLY 30 DAY s' MORE
NOW ON SALE
THE CHOICEST LOTS,
THE FINEST VIEW,
THE LOWEST PRICE
Lots Enclosed, and Sireets Graded
M ax P racht ,
NORMAL :: SCHOOL.
Lessons in painting and drawing
will be given by C. M. Osltorn, at his
residence on the side-mil al wive the
Ask For Ayer’s
Sarsaparilla, and bo sure you get it,
when you want the best blood-puritier.
With its forty years
of unexampled suc
cess in the cure ot
Blood 1 »iseases, you
can make no mis
take in preferring
THE EASIEST CRADE
Does It Pay?
For boom on Fall creek. I an«' county.
For right of way to <»regon ami Washing
ton Territory railroad.
To «led are unnavigablc streams highw ays
for the Moating of logs.
To ( tire defects m deeds and judicial
For a boatmaa at Antoria
To allow construction <»f Siuslaw a . East
To allow district attorney to appear by
deputy before grand jury.
To canvass vote ot circuit judges and join
senators ami representatives.
To do away with separate acknowledg
m ent of married women in making deeds.
To make writs concurrent with rights of
I i.xing times of holding court« in Seventh
Making it a mis«ivim*anor to ask to be put
on a jury, or for an officer to put such per
son on a jury.
Authorizing ('oos county to bri«ige certain
(»ranting title to homestead or pre-emp
tion settlers on swamp lands.
Making an illegitimate < hil«l an heir of
To protect contractors ami laborers fur
To license stallions and protect stallion
owners in collecting fees
To allow divorce suit to be begun in coun
ty where either partv resides.
Repealing vagrant law
l uion county enabling act.
Fur the support of married women
For the extirpation of Canada thistles.
To protect hotel ami boarding house kv ■ep-
For a state veterinary surgeon, and to pre
vent contagious animal diseases.
Brest ribing duties of county recorders.
Requiring abstract of votes for cir< uit
Gilliam county enabling act.
Requiring county clerk.* to deliver list of
mortgages July l*t. instead of August 1st.
Fur |47A fur relief of heirs of A. J. ifem
For a spe< ial roi.d fund ami prourrt: aiul
poll tax therefor in c«»unti- «of lO.noo inhabi
tants or o% er. th»* tax to not ex< ee«l t wo mills,
ami the w hole matter to be under the sup» r
vision of the county court.
Fixing times of noidit.g courts in bixth
Confirming the establishment of an agri
cultural experiment station in connection
with the Agricultural college.
For >25U0 a year for Portland Rt fuge H»»nu*.
I'«» prevent nuisance*, dire« ted at slaught
er houses in Portland cityjiimits
To fix times of holding county courts
For >2'4) for relief of Fred Yenkec.
To allow construction of a free hri<l
To allow transfer of meinber»hip in vol
unteer Arc « «impanies without lossaf time
Creating the Southern Oregon L<»ard of
agriculture, with >l,5on a year appropriation
Amending the law in regard to stock «n
To compel children to i»e sent to public or
private si hool at least three m<»n’h* «*aeh
vear. or taught al home that length <»f time.
For >100 for relief of 1. Hacker, of < «•• •
Making s«*< <»n«i Friday in April Arb«»r «lay.
for pl-tiring of trees by schoolchildren.
To cancel county warrants after seven
To authorize county courts to buihl irn
ries in cities of 10.000* inhabitants or over
Amending th«* law relating to th«- des, lit
and distribution of property of deci a*
Kequiring sheriffs to settle w ith trta-i
era every thirty days.
zYltowing corporation« ow ning or oi« r
ing iron works or mines or other mim *
mortgage property iu more then one coun
To promote drainage for agricultural a nd
For >12.uno for wagon r«»ad from Peml
ton to ('anyon city*
To allow Gardiner Mill company to
struct a boom.
T«» prohibit th«* sale ortobac« »» in any foi
to miners umler 1 “ y< nr*.
T«» fix times <»f hohiing court* in >» • ••ml
Io allow narrow gauge railroad company
to l»ri«lge Wiilamette a» Ray's Landing.
T<» «1» fine tn spars.
F»>r |15.(X0 f<»r a r< ad fr«»m Paisley t«» *•»!•
Allowing 1 he Dalles to i*sm* >10u,0uo w«h r
For >37.*-bo for building«, expend s. et< of
State Agricultural «-ollvg*’ at Corvallis
For a board of three raflroa«i eomtnissi<i
For one term of the Supreme court at !’•
dletou e«»mmencing on the tir«t Monday in
May. and t«» require the rep««rt« l<» be print» d
by the state printer, at >4 per volume.
T«> authorize the pigment to i>ou.^l.i*
county of the >10,000’ “North I’mpq•.»:
To prevent the throw ing of < art'asse« am!
tilth tut«» streams, well* or springs.
F«»r >15.000 fora r«»ad fr »m Olney, Clatsop
county, to Greenville, Washington county,
through Columbia county.
To allow xstoria A south Coast rnilroad to
bridge Young's bay ami Skipanon er«, ek
Fur a state reform school.
Regulating size and color of ballot paper.
Authorizing county courts to maintain
ferries where necessary
For >42,000 for the expenses of the legisla
T«> discourage the sending of newspaper»
to persons w ho have not *ul»*« ribud.
Kt quiriug school «listricts to exhaust pub-
lie appropriations each year.
creating two Eastern <>r« g«»n agricultural
so< ictics, giving each >1.' zm ? a year.
I o allow The Dalles to *« I1 a • artain tract
AMENDING < HAHTKRS—SENATE.
Salem. Baker city. Marshfield. McMinn
ville. Ranter, (olumbia county; Weston.
I matilla county; R«‘seburg, Albany, Ja. k-
to any other. The
fore-runner of mod
ern blood medicines,
is still the most pop
ular, being in great
er demand than all
“ Ayer's Sarsaparilla is selling faster
than ever before. I never hesitate to
recommend it." —George W. Whitman,
Druggist, Albany, Ind.
“ I am safe in saying that my sales of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla far excel those of
any other, ami it gives thorough satisfac
tion."— L. H. Bush. Des Moines, Iowa.
“Aver’s Sarsaparilla and Ayer’s Pills ALL ORDERED
are the best selling medicines ill my will be made to give entire RHtisflU tion
store. I can recommend them conscien
Repairing Neatly Done
“ We have sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla at low rates, an<l all work don«* promptly.
here for over thirty years and always
recommend it when asked to name the
l»-st blood-purifier.”- W. T. Mclxtau.
Druggist, Augusta, Ohio.
“ I have sold your medicines for the
last seventeen years, and always keep
them in stock, as thev are staples.
‘ There is nothing so gotM*l for the youth
ful blood' as Ayer's Sarsaparilla." — Has hx’att «1 in Ashland for tin* manufacture
K. L. Parker, Fox Lake, Wis.
“Ayer’s Sarsaparilla gives the best
satisfaction of any medicine I have in
stock. I recommend it, or, as the
Doctors say, * I prescribe it over the
counter.' It never fails to meet the
cases for which I recommend it. even
where the doctors’ prescriptions have
been of no avail.’’ —C. F. Calhoun,
Examine Ashland Brooms
Saddle and Harness
Men's Finest Quality Gum Boots
REDUCED TO $2.50 PER PAIR.
Men's Finest Quality Gum Boots (l<mu 1« •_)
REDUCED TO $3.50.
Men's Heavy Grey Knit Underwear.
REDUCED TO 25 CTS.
Men's Heavy Red Underwear,
REDUCED TO 75 CTS.
Men's Fine White Underwear,
REDUCED TO 25 CTS.
Men's Navy Blue All Wool Shirts,
REDUCED TO $1.00 EACH.
Men's Heavy Wool Pants.
RECUCED TO $2.00 PAIR.
Men's Cottonade Pants,
REDUCED TO 50 CTS.
Men's Hats (odds and ends)
Boys’ Hats (all must go)
REDUCED TO 25 CTS.
Men’s Boots (good and heavy)
REDUCED TO $1.00 PAIR.
Bov^ Boots (cheap at $2:50)
REDUCED TO $1.00 PAIR
Men’s Heavy Working Shoes.
REDUCED TO $1.00 FAIR.
Tobacco (reg. price 50 cts. plug)
REDUCED TO 25 CTS. PLUG.
Cigars (reg. price $1.50 box)
TO BE CLOSED OUT AT 50 CTS. BOX
C. D. Van Dyke
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass,
Worth $5 a bottle.
Price |1; ail bottle«,
Befire plm lng your order«
to dealers when desired.
C. E. DEAN
CjF shop in Mvcr loiihling ea«t »ideoi Main
street, Ahhland, Oregon.
PI I ( >T( MIILXPI I
And want them made at
FRENCH LAUNDRY TheBankof Ashland
Mesdames Lachenal & Guigon. Paid Up Capital, $50,000.00
1st STREET, NEAR SPRING,
Opened again for
All kinds Repairing and New Work.
New Wind Mills and iron fencing
SAW GUMMING A Specialty.
AM! SPIN«. < II AKTER:---- HOI *E
U ill call for and deliver clothing for fain
¡lies or “ingle gentlemen.
Prices no more than charged by Chinamen.
ENTIRE SATISFAC TION UV ARANTEE I»
Tl^H^I.EAVE ORDERS at l aundry or l»>
Ashland. l.ak«»iew, Medford, Eugene
City. Albina, «»rant * Pa**, La (.nmd1 . Pen
• lb t«*n. Portl u. l independence. Oregon
( ity. Oakland, .*eilw<»«-d
G regos .
A shland .
J. J STOREY
IN« uKPOK ATH»N HILLS—SKN ATE.
st Helen»«. Columbia county. Dayton,
Yamhill« ountv . Linkville. Klamath county
1« prepared to attOnd to the bu«ine«« of car
IN« »»KH»I’.AT1«>N Hl 1 la—Hot *E.
The undersigned I
opened a new butt h-
Vale. Mulheur county Athens. Cmatilla
countv Woodburn Marion county New er *h«»v in A'-hlaud. on Main street, at the
near Granite *t
berg, Yamhill county. Enterprise, Wallowa
I pn»y<»*r to supply the public with the
county; Centra! Point, Jackson county.
BEEF, PO K AND MUTTON-
We < an an.I Do
— «nd —
F R H I G H T ,
And to do hauling of all kind« in Ashland at
A*hl»nd. Or.. June », 1»».
Broad Delivered Dally at
A complete a<»«»r»m«*nt of
Guarantee Acker’« Blood Elexir for it
has been fully demonstrated to the pvo In w-a*<»n. A 11I« t »I »h»'»'of the p»t>mn«ce
Pa^sengcri carried to or from any point in
pie of this country that it is superior to of the 1» pl«- ..f Uhlaml sii'i ticlnity re- rhe city, or point« outside.
all other preparations for 1» ood diseases. ■q crtf»iil> «olicl’td.
Leave order* at Leabo A Smith’s Second
It is a positive cure for syphilitic pois
on ing. ulcers, eruptions and pimples. All Orders Promptly Filled. Hand Store. Main street.
It purifies the whole system and thor
oughly builds up the constitution. Chit
O. H. Blount’s
RED HOUSE COLUMN.
State Temperance Alllauce.
At the session of the State Temper
aim« Alliance at Albany last Thursday,
a new constitution was adopted. It
fixe» the term of the annual nieetiug
* the alliance biennially on the third
Wednesday m January on the years m
which the legislature meets, and cre
ates four district alliances, to I mj held
First district, at Oregon City first
Wednesday in December ’89; second at
Roseburg. ou the secoud Wednesday in
December ’89; third, at Arlington, on
third Wednesday in Decemlier ’89;
fourth district, at Baker City, first
Thursday iu January 1889,
The following officers were elected:
President, G. M. Miller; secretary, E.
E. McKinney; treasurer, E. Allen;
vice presidents. Rev. C. 0. Bateman, B.
F. Ramp, le'slie Butler, Rev. Frank
Spaulding. The new constitution ex
cludes granges from representation in
the alliance, and one or two delegates
from granges of Linn county bolding
To allow U. S. surveyors to enter state or seats in the alliance withdrew and left
< hanging time of holding circuit court in
Tillamook county to fourth Munday iu
To create office of recorder in Clackamas,
( lai *o!». Baker, Cniun and Jackson counties
lo allow re-enlistment in (>. N. G f«»r one
To transfer certain funds into the general
Providing for the removal of fallen tioslHir
and other obstructions from public roads.
Making librarian's salary >1(W.
To fix fees of court criers ami bailiff's.
For >loou for relief of Mrs. N. J. M« Pharsftn
Fixing fees of school clerks.
To allow (’olumbia St. (Portland) Bridge
coinpuny to bridge tho Willamette.
Defining lrual voters at school meetings
To allow religion* or bem'volcnt societies
to take charge of homeless, neglected or
Northrup's bill to keep indigent soldiers
ami Indian war veterans out of the pour
houses by providing a fund for their support
Changing name of Lincoln, Tillamook
county, to Tillamook.
For >150 for relief of John Stapleton.
To create Harney county out of Grant
Fora f«a>d commissioner with >1000 salary,
to prevent the produciiun aud sale of un
wholesome and adulterate«! foods.
Fixing the salaries of county judges.
To provide for the discharge of mortgages
Extending time of adoption of school
books to six year*, requiring i>onds of pub
lishers, and prov iding f r a change for the
better during the six years.
REAL ESTATE COLUMNS.
Does a General Banking Business.
’ollect!»»n« mails at all acceaaible points on
Sight I x. tiarige an4 telegraphic transfer*
Portland, S hu Francisco and New York
7o/d ■ hurt homjht at •fantlarii price* ,
John Wexler, of the U. S. Bakery,
keeps a choice slock of coufectionery.
Vegetable, Flower, Grass, Alfalfa
Implements Egg Food, Etc.
Business honsc (two rooms) and lot.
for axle, near the deia»t. One riaim
rente,! at 12 |>er cent, per annum on
amount asked for pnqierty. Inquire
of Felts <k Johuson,