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ASHLAND, 1 OREGON,
» on abort no
7 Circular», Busi
, Letterheads. Post
ter», etc., gotten up in good style nt
Austin S. Hammond
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AaHLVMD. O sxgon
Complete Ust of Alwtrscts of Title« to land»
in Jaeksou county
Title» examined. Title» perfected
ord» corrected, etc.
J. T. Eo-wiitch,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
w 111 practice it all court, ot the state.
CoHecti-m. promptly made and remitted.
Marris M. Harkness,
G kast ' s P ass , D mooo S.
fir*' 'MK« Iu Alilf Mnlldluc, Front »trust.
Bobtrt A. Miller,
Will prartb e in all the court»
vf the Stale.
'FK.’E with W. »1 Parker. opposite
J. S. Howard,
Notary Fublic and Conveyancer
of real Estate busine«»given care- .
f»j it- ntiou. and infurmatiou furnished
■ -utu ertnng ¡»roporty iu the new towu.
Dr. J. S. P&r3on.
A. s HIAND,
O kkgon .
oflh- at resblenco on Maiu street, next
«»r to Presbyterian church.
Dr. S. T. 3on?er,
Office in Odd Fellow» building, »erond
floor, «»n Main street.
Dr. W. Standoli,
;« m ‘
I iii A-hiwu«’. Or . for the prac
lice of hi* profe»sion. Makes all chronic
L a- KhrinuatiMn, Asthma.
i’.Ie* Kt.In y •ii'-ai»««*. Liver «'ompiaints.
F- . ah- Id-o ttM-’. àc».
AiC.. a “peuialty. t'oasub
Office next «L»or to Ariinglou Bote!, neur
Late Surgeon in (’ S. Army.]
Office «.u Oak street opposite new brick
Mrs. ?. M. Wobstar, M. D.,
A carload of Milburn Hollow Axle Wagons,
Hacks and Buckboards just received ! These
goods, we take pleasure in saying, are second
to none in this line. The Milburn Company
are the originators of the Tubular Axle which
other wagon manufacturers of the country are
now imitating, proving the superiority of the
Hollow Axle over the Thimble Skein. I bis
carload of wagons is direct from the factory,
and comes through no other hands to us, enab
ling us to sell you the best wagon made at the
same price,^delivered in Ashland, that it would
cost an agent in Portland or San Francisco, sav
ing you not only freight, but commission to the
We represent the territory lietween Rosebur
and Redding for these goods and carry only the
Tubular Axle which is
Manufactured Eipressly for the Pacific Coast Trade.
There are many points of superiority in the
make-up of these Avagons and one good look at
them will satisfy you of the truthfulness of this
statement. We carry a variety of sizes from I
in. to 2j.
Our Mountain Hacks are a superior article of
the same make, and sell at a proportionately
low figure with the wagons; ami of our $5»i
Buckhoarde we have but tw<> left.
You may ask how we can sell these wagons
so cheap. The answer is this: We KNOW
when once introduced the Milburn is found to
he THE wagon for use on this coast and fee]
confident after once seeing and using them you
will never buy anything but a Milburn Tubular
Axle Wagon. You will save money by buying
at once and taking edvantage of our introduct
ory prices. At least come and examine these
goods—no charges for that; see for yourself
and be convinced.
Office for the pieeent at ibe Congregational
J. S. Walter, M. D. S.,
Will practice Itiaprofeaaiun > f Dentistry
AsHLiXD, O regon .
A. C. Caldwell,
Mechanical and Operative Dentist.
different stylea <tuJ difftr-
ent kinds of Stoves for
Heating «nd Cooking are
Nitrons Oxide Gas administered for
the painless extraction of teeth.
Office over the Bank.— [12-33]
hie-ss tiu:. ■ ’
P .A I N T K R .
Paper-hanging, Glazing, Kalsomining,
"’<070 trade mark.
9 tb° t.-adJ lauE*Woa. f
Lea'« orders at Luckey A Co.’» real
HE>IDEN< E-W ...leu street. Ashland. Ore-
12. K. 1 Si-iLfli« limn,
H. C. Myer,
KEEPS GARLAND STOVES
A big carload of stoves and ranges just received. T
AUCT IONEER finest line in the county. Call and see and believe it.
I n pr« ; •<’. at dll tini« « to *ell livestock.
h«Hi f.«»l l
or other property of
kiiflin Abhirtiid, or will attend to
•.’»> VNYWHEKE IN THE
O’l Nl RY
G«! i 4 exjMTiriM »* in the busin«-*« enable« me
to guarantee Matixiaction.
AKTION IN K*H1.1ND «VERY SATURDAY for
««ale of M«a’k.
E K BRP.HIMAN
Of A«.h! »nd. Oregon, date of (’al
Are now pr« pared to furnish the best of
no*d<'for pti¡»lie or private Partie». Ball*.
Picnic*. Sc . Mt any point on the coast
All the new popular music is played by
:his Orch- 'tra.
Having employed a large number of mu-
M.dans. w<- ar** ab’e V» furnish any numt»er
of bauds. Any instrument or a caller fur
nish» ■■! to "th< r bands. All orders by mail
>r telegraph promptly attended to. Terms
always reasonable Address
12-1« Prof, fianiard, Aahland, Or,
t.. w. CÁBHOS.
----- FOR THE------
Opposite Odd Fellow
"resh Bread and Pies Daily,
Silver Laced Wyendottes,
Plymouth Bocks, Light Brahmas. | Choice Cakes of every variety kept con
Bose and Single Comb Brown Leg «tautly on hand
Orders for parties promptly execute«! and
horns, White Leghorns.
special prices given
White Wyandottes, Partridge Co i Al! kinds of ornamental work nearly done
chins, Black Minorcas and Lang- Wedding < nkt« a specialty.
Champiotis at San Francisco. Cal., Bread Delivered Daily at
Victoria, B. 0. and all tb«> leading
exhibitions in Oregon ami Washington.
TWELVE YEARS a breeder of
fancy fowls. Send stanipfor catalogue fair Bread bill« must be settled every month.
giving full information. Address:
P. O. Box 55
J. M. MCCALL’S
AH. CARSON&SON, Prop's.
----------- i'«»ni»i*tiiii! of----------
Shade and Ornamental Trees.
A. H. CARSON A SON
-Full line of
!-r»r II!? at J K. VanSant • Grocery
¿tor» Ashland. Oregon.
17 and IS.
one Acre near
Ashland Woolen Mills.
APPLE. I EAR. PEACH.
PEI M. PRUNE, CHERRY.
APRICOT. NEt 1ARINE.
ALMOND. WALNUT, an«i
The Greatest Medical Dis
covery of the Age I
J. M. GARRISON,
IDhEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
Tbe grandest collection of young
fowls ever produced on tbe Pacific
----- o----- -
Forest Grove, Or.
(lrn|»e Vin«*, CurnintH, (looeeberrie«.
( hir trees are ktowd uith«»ut irrigation
on Red h»H baid, *n«l .»II of known vn
r.t tie*» that >»noce*d 'n South« rn Orej^wu.
iho-e i“*ir»vtiiplHtiin: tree planting
will d<» w« II to vi>it our orchard and nur-
«r-v. or wrVA* ns for price list.
1'4974(4».lie«—Murphy. Foaejphine oounty
tlr.’gon. R. K. ■‘tati««, Gr<nt> Piww
One Thousand Chicks!
A. H. CUWOX.
No H us shonlfl te Wont It.
FROM $225 TO $1000.
Misa Ella M Grady,
1 > 1«
A I< I-1K
Gutting aud Fitting a Specialty.
NOTES AM) NEWS.
partook of tbe lnuch. In the center
THE BEST BAKING fOWIlER.
piece of tbe table was a large Moral
Nome Official Teata. showiffiF ttelr
representation of tbe Western hemi
Thomas A. Edison asserts that in a
ID«* Strength and wHfltis !
Opening Session of the Congress of sphere. South American dishes an<l A ( hiliHii Woman Said to he the few years tbe world will I m ? one gigan
----- . - - ". .;
South American cigarettes were served.
Richest in America.
tic ear. '1'wdl be a bard life for the
The below tabulated statements are
Everything was done to show honor
gossipers wheu that time come« and
extracts from public teats of baking
powders, made to n«*ertaia tneir rela The! .ingress Listens to an Able Speech from to tbe different countries represented.
Feu of the Weal th lent of the Other Million they had better be bunting up a uew
A few of tbe delegatee were in full
aire Men an<! Women of America.
Secretary Blaine, and is (liven a Re
tive value in practical ute in ‘ baking,
IkjllMix Enough ami to Sj»are.
court costume, but the majority wore
ception by the President.
Tbe powder containiag tbe largeet
The ‘•Tacoma,” the fine hotel at Ta
plain civilian dress. The reception
amount of available leavemug
coma. W. T, was sold last week to a
lasted two hours and was altogether
_______ a syndicate of capitalist« and tbe Aeir«
Ita peculiar efficacy la due
il - mu«"' to the proves« and ders) not
uot only produces
mont 1 gates to the International American informal.
resident ot South America. Her name
Secretary Blame gave a banquet to is Donna Isadora Cousin«», and »be of that city says the sale means tbe
NOTHING bkill in t
4»tmding as to i dehcioiw and wholtwW food, but ia Congree assembled at the Slate De
erection of a larger and better one by
tbe ingredients themselvea. tbe moat economical in nee.
partment at noou and proceeded in a the delegatee at the Hotel Normandie. hves in Chili. She is not only the
Take It In lime. It .beck»
United States ('««vejMhnt Cbemibt, body lo the diplomatic reception-room, Tbe l.anquet was very elaborate in its richest woman iu tbe Americas but the Tacoma Land Co, which built the
di>»-as«*s in me outset, or if
Tbe dining-room was is the wealthiest Woman ill the world l’acoma. The .V< uu says tbe Tacoma
they be advanced will prove a yxitentcure. Professor Edward G. Ixrte, fount! tbp where they were presented to Secretary preimrations.
has lately lieeu overcrow «led. aud there
comparative ntrengtU. of the powders Blaine, »ho delivered a felicitous ad newly decorated iu gilt aud was a aud there are but few men iu America is a demand for a larger an J better
splendid setting for tbe picture. Tbe who Lave fortunes that will compare
named aa follows,
dress of welcome. He said:
ffiffsBubie in. G id *
Gentlemen of the International long table, at which were seated nearly with hers.
it Ink-“* the place of a
oz. Powder. American Conference: Speaking for one hundred gentlemen, had a unique
A half-dooeu of the most successful
mil ciwUy pre-
Royal (ab?olutely p.»re>
<. All who h ad
the Government of tbe United States, decoration in electric lights. Tbe ob beeu boru lucky. Any resident of the men of New York were recently ask«i
raiaptco (al u m powder} . _ ..
i»< 1e '.*i’s lives will find
Hanford > None Such (freeh)
Uuit«l States who ha«'l easily attain«! a but chance young men bare to get <m
I bld you welcome to the capital:
t pr. « !!tiv.- Of
Hanford’» None Su< h (notirenh)
M.36 spt-akmg for the people of the United fern, liegouias and small slim ted palms, a fortune so viist as hers would cer iu tbe world these «lays. Jay Gould,
and : for Iddigention.
i ( barm (alum powder)
Con.«* tpatiou, 11« dacho, Hiltonsneca,
Slate«, 1 hid you welcome to every
tainly be call«l that. Iu this country Ruasell Sage. Gordon Bennett, Norviu
• .. 110.9
File- .tn i Mental Ivepreision. No lo*s
section aud every Slate in the Union. of electric lights Imrniug under col even under the most favorable con Green and Charles A. Dana said the
of r ie, no iu.«‘i . li tjcv with bnsineaH ’ Sea
You come in response to an invitation
whil«- taking. E*.r children It is most In-
ditions, but few men have amass«] outlook was never so g«x»i as now.
noe» J limi hannh ss. No danger from
l rofeseor C. W. PartTins, N. Y. Col ext-tided by the 1’res dent ou the lights were under water hly shades over #25,tJtMJ,0Ui) to 850,0110,0119. Wheu. "What one quality should they piMisesa
f*l* eir.'Cures ('«»lie. !>*• lege of Pbarmacy, in teets made for
special authorization of Congress. Your
tbeu, it is known that this single to succeed beet? was the question
arrii.« »«, llotirl « «mipl iiiitM, l*'e\eririli-
««Tirili ('.»bl*. Invaili' ami tbe Grocers’ aaaociatioQ of New York, presence here is no ordinary event. It * was well simulated.
Chilian woman is worth over 8200,. nsk«l of each. Sage replied: "Cau
All around this center of greens and 000,000, her history au«l tbe manner tion;'' Gould, “Peseverauce;” Green,
d Ih '’« ;if?^ - ; .
' rimi it ti*e mildest found the strength of aix brand as fol su-nifies much lo the people of Amor-
A im » ent mi i- < .« «In v van n>.*. A little lows:
ica to-day; it may signify far more in twinkling lights was a broad band of by which she became so famously rich "Hard work;' Bennett, '•Enterprise;"
ins'ir«. • refreshing sleep
On. Ln. Gaa
—‘ per oz.
oí. tbe days to come. No conference of ruby plush, its edges Ixiaud with a are interesting, to say tbe leaHt.
and ii uatn:<<4 evm-Ufitlon of the ’.«»wvls.
Royal Absolutely purf/
A lif -v talon in the nmrniDg sh trp«*ns
nations has ever assembled to cousider garlaud of emilax aud its surface used
The millionaire woman of Chili is
Tbe four new stat«« might as well
the ap|H.'. -, • 'dims the etumacb and | • Cleveland
. 113 1S
the welfare of lerritoQal iiossesslous so as a resting place for circular boquets described as being ot about mtxlium make it unanimous. The most grati
•WCtleHH th«* breath.
A I’llt'-K 1\>*S Ol’IMOM.
fying result of the election is to make
•*1 bri.« be«:.! ui :» ficibg medicine for
, ties of a fut ure so great aud inspiring. Ou the coruers were symbolical struct round. Her teeth are white as pearls, positive the fact that the "pivotal”
Teste by Profagr •
IWCi'tv yeirs und liaw pevrr been able to
ures eulogistic of American ways and aud Douua Isadora is but a midill«
state of New York <aui go as it blamed
put life« vegrfahk
Chequed-ili-Ck ' «r1-*
Hr > empowered to speak for tbe natious means. Oue was Bunker Hill monu ag«sl woman. Her hair is fine anil pleasee. It no longer controls the
pp t * tltiM VT*' jf'o g * . a
ment, a substantial elevation filled to black and her eyes are ot the same
-tv M".'«’ tr.C i'T?èfT7» achon.
Co in G m - per or.
politics of this country and the peo
oceans, whose northern limits are the top with pate de foie gras: another hoe. AI mivs them are long, dark eye ple need no longer wait to bear from
Royal (absolutely pure»
touched by tbe Arctic waters for a bad a gilded horseman, well mounted lashes. She dresses plainly anil l«x>ka t he foreign city ou «Manhattan island
i Dr. Price’s
thousand miles beyond the straits of whose steed pranced over the roof of a after her vast estates herself to a great to know which way the election has
ibi'the r» a
Behring, aud whose southern extension spun sugar fortress. A gallant ship extent. Government bonds and rail gone. Last Tutjsday's election de
l, |H 1, UIHÍ till
human habitations farther sailing on an untroubled sea of gela- road stocks are not as good invest monstrates that the'Nation (with a
it will I m * noticed that the Royal
:i .1 Co., lu
equator than is elsewheie tilie represented iu a striking way our ment« iu Chili as iu the United »States, big N’.jwill give Republican majorities
produces from 17 to 40 per cent more
tlie globe. The aggregate navy and oompkte-l the series. Sec aud Douua Cotisino’s investments are for tbe next generation.!— Aftorian.
leavening gas than any other cream of
retary Blame bad Councilor Lafayette
tartar powder, and is consequently territorial extent of the nations here at his right hand. Tbe Marine Band devoted ciriefly to real estate. She is
Sir Edwin Arnold, who is now visit
represented falls hut little short of
I the biggest real estate owner in San-
that much more economical.
was station«! iu a room adjoining aud
ing tbe United States, in an article
The Government Chemist, Prof. Ed- . twelve millions of square miles, more discoursed sweet music while the tiag«j and Valparaiso. South Ameri
A Baker City geutlemau, who has a
bis tour, print«! in London,
can fortunes are hard to estimate, but
first clans reputation for truth uud war 1 G. Love, who made the analysis than three times tbe area of all Europe, dinner progressed.
that hers is above 8200,000,00ft is con s|M?aks in high praise of the comfort«
veracity, writes to a friend in tins city, of baking powders for the New York and but little less that one-fourth part
ceded by all. But the Chilian wom hie accommodations afforded railway
under date oi Sept. 27,1889. as follows: State Board of Health, as well us for of the globe, while in respect to the
en's greatest aud most valuable real travelers in America. He tells of his
A BRAVE GIRL.
In illustration ot the aridity of the the U. S. Government, says: “I fiu«l power of producing articles which are
«»state holdings are her coal min««. It interview with Preeiileut Harrison,
climate here I will give you an in the Royal Baking Powder composed essential to human life and those that
w hom he describes as a shrew «1 busi-
stance: I was standing on a bridge of pure anti wholesome ingredieuts. It minister to life's luxury, they consti Huw Sbe saved her Father from the t'alloue was through th««e that she liecame so
immensely rich. Her
forefathers uttss man aud a courteous and kindly
—A Story of the Late Civil War.
(one of them that spans the raging does not coutain either alum or phoe- tute even a larger proportion of tbe
entire world. These great possessions
owned a great tract of land that was gentleman. Regarding tbe capitoi he
Powder “river”) aud why called "Pow pinites or other injurious substance."
to-day here aggregate a population ap
The neighborhood of Union Dejsit, almost worthl««sH. Coal, as a fuel, was says: "It cannot lie deuied that a
der” is now evident to any one who
proximating 12il.mil>,lKM), but if the Tenn., was distracted with feudal tbeu uukuown in Chili. Some miners promenadi- through the halls and cor
has bwu the place the trench where
people were as densely settled as tbe troubles «luring the war, says « corree- who had worked in coal mines in Eng ridors of this imposing structure is
the "river" ought to be, while stauding
average population of Europe the total pondent of tbe Philadelphia Imiuirer. land happened to cross tbe tract of calculated to convey the sensation
on the bridge gazing upou the dry wrin
number would exceed LtMMl.lMMl.lKMI.
Colonels Snap, L«lbetter aud Leith, land. They at once perceived that known as twisting the tail of tbe Brit
kle in the bosom of the earth. 1 ob
While considerations of tbis charac of the confederate forces, with their there were indications of coal on the ish lion."
served a great cloud of dust »tearing
ter must inspire Americans, both partisan bauds, ravaged tbe country surface. A little pr««peetiug was tbe
down toward me. Knowiug that the
"Pa" Huntington, after be had ta
South and North, with the liveliest an from one end to the other, aud were result. Tbe coal was discovered iu ken a trip to Europe to investigate
road was some distance from the al
leged stream, 1 could not imagine the
what kind a fellow Prince llatzfeidt,
power, they must also impress them I uion liom«*-guar,ls. At the beginning gan to use« it as a fuel. Coal has nev-! whom tbe dispatches sometime ago
cause, unless, perhaps, it was a drove
of sheep or a band of cattle or horses
ba«i engag«l to his daughter, really
ity touching the character and devel Hairton, above Union Depot, whs fix«! iu any other part of Chib, ami the was, was reported as saying that tbe
being driven down the dry bed of the
opment <>f tbe respective nationalities. u|xm for destruction by the confeder I principal mines of the country are now Prince wasn't such a bail fellow as he
stream. However, I waited patiently
The delegatee whom I am addressing ate officials.
owned by Donna Isadora. Tbe coal was made out to be, and that it was
and the explanation came in every un
<* /<« -
cau do much to establish permanent
A baml of men under Colonel L«>d- from her mines is of a go<xi quality for Mr. Prince an«l .Miss Huntington
expected manner. bearing down toward
relations of confidence, reejiect and better was sent up from Knoxville to aud there is a demand for every ton to manage their own affairs in that
me and passing on under the bridge
friendship between the nations which fire the structure. They arrived iu of it at a good price.
was a great school of fish suckers,
line -he would not object Now the
they represent. They cau show tbe tbe town just after sunset, and pro-
By tbe side of the Chilian woman’s dispatches say that tbe much «bused
chubs and crawfish, traveling presum
ceeding to the bridge found it guarded wealth, tbe fortunes of tbe richest of Prince has admitted the engagement
ably in the hope of reaching water for
ference of seventeen independent by two men. One of these guards ran American women seem insiguificeut. with the American h«-ir«*ss but that
no doubt it bad beeu many weeks
away when tbe confederates lx*gan to Of Unit«l States ladies. Hetty Green the marriage date had not yet been
since they hail seen tlieir native ele
meet together ou terms of absolute smear tbe bridge with coal oil, but tbe is worth $35,<KM),(IOO; Elizabeth Gar fixed, though the car,Is would soon
ment. The fish iu oar periodical
tue juice oí the Blue Fi^sof equality; a conference in which there other remained aud, shot gun in band ret. 82tl.(WO,UOO; Mrs. Mark Hopkins. be out. Meanwhile a breathless na
streams must of necessity take ou an
amphibious nature or become extinct. Jaiiiori.'*, so laxative and nutrilious, can lie no attempt to coerce a single oppos«l the marauders. As they ad- $A5,(IU9.0(M); Mrs. Johu Jaoob Astor, tion of Americans awaits further de
nedicinal virtues of plants delegate against bis own conception of vanced he retreated, fighting them 89,(»IO,<*10; Mrs. W. E. Dodge, 8.5,000.- velopments.
It is no uncomon thing to find them ■•« ith t
here iu our streets and yards aud gar ; r ,vn to be most beneficial to the the interests of bis nation; a conference step by step, and several of tbe guer UN).
> .;u sv >tem, forming the ON LY PER which will permit no secret under rillas, shot dead, fell from the bridge
W. H. Mills, lain] agent of the Cen
The Vanderbilt family is worth
dens. | Eugene Guard.
CT REMEDY to act gently yet standing on any subject,bnt will frank into tbe turbulent stream and were S230,000,<*)0 and the Astor family tral Pacific and Northern division of
; ‘ly on the
ly publish to the world all its conclus earn«! on down toward the Teuneesee. 8200,000,(*M). Tb««e fortunes have the Southern Pacific Company, states
( oiKiimptlon Surely Cured.
ions; a conference which will tolerate
Finally tbe brave defender was over Ixvu accumulated through the united that land sal««e of th«* land department
T otfik E ditor .—Please inform your
no spirit of conquest, but will mm to taken ami oue of the confederates, who efforts of representatives of several of the Southern Pacific C«>mpany for
readers that I have a poaitive remedy
cultivate American sympathy as broad knew him, cried out, with musket generations, though it is improbable Jam1. July ami August amount«! to
— AND TO —
for the alatve named disease. Bv its
timely use thousands of hopeless cases
as both continents; a conference which Clicked and presented to his heart:
that they would have l»een accumu- 81(Mi,(KM) a month, an average greater
have been permanently cured. 1 shall
will form no selfish alliances against
"Surrender, or you are a dead niHn!" lat«l lia«i it not lx»en for tbe great than tbe former averages by the year.
be glad to send two bottles of my reme
— SO THAT —
other nations from which we are proud
“Never!" cried tbe watchman, anil starts uiaile by Commodore Vander- Average prices obtained were also
dy FREE to any of your readers who ■'.. IE HLOOD,
to claim inheritance; a conference, in be discharged bis gun full at the ad l bill aud John Jacob Astor. P. D. higher than ever before. Mills said
Lave consumption if they will send me
fine, which will seek nothing, propose vancing man’s b«art.
Armour lias made 825,000,000 in the that «luring tbe feverish stage of the
their express and pt »st office address.
nothing, endure nothing that is not,
Th«* confederate fell up«»n the ties, pork packing busineas, ami Marshall boom around Los Angelas, the North
HEALTH and STRENCTK
m the general sense of all tbe dele and Ins laxly, resting for a moment, Field 815.000.0tkl in dry goals. Clans ern anil central parts of the state lost
r. A. SLOCUM, M. C.. 1S1 Pearl st, N. Y.
' v < ' w. Every one i> using it gatee, timely and peaceful.
finally tnml»l«l into the river l»elow. Spreckels' 820,00(1,tiOO represent« pro a large portion of their population,
I !» - - ¡¿bte.l with it. Ask your
And yet wr cannot be expected to i ll«« burly watehmau’s gun was empty, fits on sugar, and Wanamaker's 815,- farmers disposing of their laud that
; i. . ; VI UP OF FIGS. Manu- forget thiu <.or common fate has made ami be bad shot away all his arnuui- iK*J,<)00 profits on «iry gixxls. Jay they might invest iu 8«iuthern Cali
Legal blanks for sale at llus office.
us the luha!-’ nts of two continents tion. He cliiblxsi his gun, and iu the Goul«! is worth SIOO.OOMXIO an«i J. J. fornia. Now this has cbangud; new
Buy your Hour and feed at the Ash
men are coming in, or old are return
land Mills, you can have it delivered
■■ \IA FIG SYRUP CO., which, at ti o l<»«e of four cent lines, lurid light,«already Haring about him Hill is worth 815,000,000. Both are ing,
and ricti iauds that were formerly
are still regi.c *■1 lieyoud the seas as a from the fired bridge, he faced hi.-« railroad presidents and ma.le most
C ...» F»<*> ■ l '\ C al .
in any part of town. Very cheap for
du<sert-«l are being farme«l now again.
N v Yews. N.Y new world, 1 '.e situations beget like enemies, resolute, defiant to tbe last. of their money out of raiInside. In
sympatbiee ami impose like duties. They rusbeil ou him ami he was over the lumber industry Russell A. Alger
Tbe Chiti««e p«>ple are likely to re
\Ye meet in tbe firm belief that the powered. His guu was wrested from has ««'cumulated 85.000,(DO, and Vice main for an indefinite period the de-
inn bauils, , ami
wound Levi P. Morton is worth
nations of Ahieric.; ought anM cau be _________
more helpful each to the other than around bis body, fast inclosing bis'»l<B<M*,’U,00. John D. Ihs'kafeller, the bigots of the world. The Chronicle
they now are. and that each will tiud arms.______________________________________
4 * of the Standard Oil com says that tbe d««Htr<i< don of tbe Tem
advantage and profit from enlarged
"What shall we do with him?" asked pany, is worth 880,I*MIAO, John I. ple of Heaven in Pekm may have a
Blair possesses 84O.(kHI,ikk) aud J. W. disastrous effect upoD tbe proj«*ct of
intercourse with the others. We l»e- tbe leader.
heve that we should be drawn together
“He should hang! Hang him!” Mackey is worth SStt.OlMl.lkML Leland tbe liberal Chines«* to introduce West
C P. Huutington and An ern inventions into the empire. The
mor«' closely than by the synipathies eclnx-d the cborous.
of the sea, aud that at no distant day
"To tbe cedar grove!" was th« order, drew UHrnegie are rated at 841),000,- Chinese are an extremely superstitions
tbe railway systems of the North aud and those gnm guerrillas, with the 00) each. Carnegie made his wealth race, aud a visitation of tins kind is re
South will meet upou the isthmus aud bouud watchman in their midst, in the iron and steel business. Stan gard«! by them as an evil omen. On
connect by land routes tbe |s>litical marched back across the bridge, now ford is a U. S. Senator and Hunt the occasion of the r«Mnt burning of
mid commercial capitals of all America; a sheet of tlHme, and through tbe ington is president of the Southern one of tbe gates ot this buildlug it was
we believe that hearty co-operation, town, to a dense grove of cedars on Pacific railroad company. Three men generally accepted as a warning that
who are worth S20,(kkJ,000 each are A. foreign improvements sbouhi not lie
liased on hearty confidence, will save tbe ndge beyond.
all tbe American states from the bur
Here they halted, and the leader of J. Drexel, J. O. Fair andE. B. Cone. encourag«!. In all probability these
dens and evils which have so long aud tbe band, addressing tbe prisoner, said: Of other prominent men, Sidney Dil warnings will be repeated with in
cruelly afflicted tbe older untions ot
“It's tlie verdict of the crowd that lon is worth 815,900,000; Robert Bon creased emphasis, and tbe plans of Li
the world; we believe that tbespirit of you be bang«!. Have you anythiug ner. 80.000,000 and P. T. Barnum, Hung and Ins intelligent co-operators
justii-e. of common and equal interests to say?"
may reoeive a long set back.
I>et««‘ti tbe American states will leave
“Nothing!" was the defiant answer.
In the course of conversation at
no room for an artificial balance of "You are whelps and I am a Union
power like unto that which has led to man. Do your worst."
The transition from Ion«, lingering Cornell University, Edwanl Atkinson,
wars abroad and drenched Europe in
"String him up!” ordered the leader, and painful aiokneaa to robust health tlie Boston economist, stated that a
blood; we believe that friendship, and a ro(w was produced and knotted marks an epoch in the life of an in New England genius has recently dis
dividual. Such a remarkable event ia covered a cheap method of dissolving
avowed with candor aud maintained about the patriot’s head.
treasured in tbe memory and the agency
with good faith, will remove from tbe
He was allowed a minute for prayer, whereby the guod health has been at zinc by combining it with hydrogen
American states the necessity of guard and his white lips were inaudibly tamed is gratefully blessed. Hence it is and producing a solution call«l zinc-
ing boundary lilies between themselves voicing a lust petition to the great that so much is heard in praise of Elec water. This liquid, if apph«i to cer
with fortifications aud a military force; Father when a slender, girlish figure, tric Bitters. So many feel that they tain woods, notably, white wood, makes
we believe that standing armies be attired iu snowy white, burst through owe their restoration to health to tbe it absolutely fireproof and at low cost.
yond those which are needed for pub the grim throng and threw her arms Great Alterative and Tonic. If you are Mr. Atkinson regards this «iiscovery as
troubled with any disease of Kidneys, one of the most important of tbe age,
lic order and for tbe safety of internal around the doomed man's neck.
Liver or stomach, of long or ahort stand
administration should be unknown ou
With nervous Augers she undid the ing you will surely find relief by the use aud one that will surely revolutionize
both American continents; we believe uooae, and, forcing the stern-visage.! of Electric Bitters. Sold at B m and $1 fire insurance, as well as imnumeely
that friendship and not force, a spirit crowd aside, cried out in daughterly per bottle at Chitwood Bros, drugstore. decrease the loss by fire. The inven
tion is kept; sferet for the preseut.
of just law and uot the violence of tbe indignation:
Only one foreigner Sir Lyon Playfair,
mob. should lie the recognized rule of
"For6hame! You are fifty to one,
Surveyor» («»ing to KlsnuUh Count«.
tbe English scientist knows of it He
administration between Americans in and you would commit murder. This
I Linkville star. Oct. 6.)
corrolxirates all that is claimed for the
is my father. If you hang him you
Colonel Dtxiley. representing a rail invention, and says tlie inventor is a
To these subjects and those cognate shall hang me also."
The guerrillas were abashed at this road symlicate, reached here Thurs bungling chemist, but that be has a
thereto tbe attention of this confer
faculty of plumienng into the choicest
ence is earnestly and cordially invited l>old defense and for a time said noth day. lie is authorized to determine mcrorte in nature's laboratory. As
by tbe Government of the United ing. Finally one man spoke, and be tbe feasibility of building a railroad s«x>u as patents are perfect«! mid capi
States. There will be a great gain evidently voiced the sentiment of his through tbe great Klamath basin. tai
tal interest«!, zinc-water will become
wheu we Bball acquire that common fellows, for bis words were loudly Tbe offer recently made Ivy Major an article of commerce.
Bnxiks is now under consideration by
confidence on which all international cheered.
"Now,” said he, "Jet's adjourn. Jeff railroad men. Col. Dtxilev says:
The Montana newspapers contain
friendships must rest. It will be a
“Not tbe major’s offer, alone, of course, copie« of tbe ballots submitted to the
greater gain when we shall lie able to Davis is a free man.”
“Aye! Aye'” was the answer, and
voters under the Australian system.
draw the people of all tbe American
nations into close acquaintance with they slunk away, leaving father an<l induced the syndicate which I repre aud they are rather formidable affairs.
That for the city of Helena contains
each other, to be facilitated by more
“Be so kind as to mention a few of over ninety names and is twenty inch««
frequent and rapid intercommunica the little town, which was now photo
long and over five inches wide. Tbe
tion. It will be the greatest gain when
names are print«! in small type, and
the |iersoual and commercial relations by the lurid glare of the burning Star man.
You must excuse me if I decline to the politics of the aspirant for office
of the American states, south and bridge.
Father ami daughter still live in say what railroad company, if any, I are stated. A column is left for mark
north, shall be so developed and so
regulated that each shall acquire the Union Depot, ami every night the «in interest«! for, or whether 1 am ing a cross against the name of tlie
highest possible advantage from en brave girl, now a matron with children interested for a syndicate which is particular candidate selected. Full
lightened and enlarged intercourse ids .lit her knees, gathers up two bright not a railroad company. Directly to details of tbe working of tbe system
tin buckets aud journeyBto the spring your question, sir, we are not looking have not beeu received, but tbe dis
below the town, chatting gaily with for a bonus. Tbe great fire has ma«ie patches eeetn to indicate that it is not
Before the conference shall formally bsr neighbor women.
your town known «11 over tbe coast. entirely oalistartory. When it is l»>rne
enter upon the discussion of the sub
If your citizens will b<< favorable to in mind that the average untrain«!
jects to tie submitted to it, 1 am in
us, we will build a railroad through person finds great difficulty iu sigumg
Beggs’ Cherry Cough Syrup
structed by the President to invite all
your valley. Your valley is rich mid
the delegates to tie the guests of the
I h giving .. splendid
satisfaction to the iieuiitiful, your water power is higher in the correot plaoeon an instrument,
(Office near Poetoffice.)
Government during a proposed visit to trade
tn Hale« are positively mar- and tiMivier than that of Spokane even when tbe directions “sign here”
tbe various sections of the country velouB, which can be aooouuted for m Falls, and if your citizens are what are plainly printed, some idea of the
with tbe double view of showing to no other way except that it is without they should lie. you will have a pop vast ntimlier of mistakes which may
our friends from abroad tbe United doubt the best on the market. A«k for ulation of over 10,000 p«q»le in less Is* made by tbe voter under the Aus
tral) .m system may lie formed. In
E. K. ANDEKSON States and of giving to our own people aud be sure yon Ret the genuine. We
than five year«, because you will s«x>u San l'raiK'isix, nt a general election
Chitwood Brut., Dru^gitttH.
in our own homes the privilege ami
| have a railroad.” The Colonel is with the ticket would lie at least three
I pleasure of extending the warm wel
Mr. I»esk«*ard, Major Brooke*Mirveyor. times as large as the Helena ticket.
Important land Other Hwision.
come of Auicricaue to Americana.
Fancy the diffii'tilties which would
At the conclusion of Mr. Blaine's
Advice to Mothers.
pr«s<*nt themselves to the mass of
speech be withdrew. Tbe delegates
Mr«. Winslow’# Soothing Syrup, fo voters unaccustomed to taking pen or
were then called to order, John B.
chddreu teethiug, i* the prtuu*ipti«>n o pencil in their hands, to the nervous
Heuderson acting as president pro tern. the ease of Johannes Frederick vs. one of the beat feiuate nurws end |»hy and excitable and those of defective
A resolution naming Secretary Blaine
siciauH in the Umt«U Staten, and ha# sight, when «mfrootad with the task
as president of tbe congress was cision of tbe hx-al lnu«i offi»«e at Ben Irtt-numd for forty year# with never of marking «41 t)t>-ir preferences or
son, Minn, The decisiou appealed failing Miccemi by millions of jii<»th^rH
from bolds that Hansehn fai»«i to for Lhiir children. During Uw proccM« w riting in uu entirely new name if
On niution of one of the South ..imply with the latter of the home of
teething it* v;«lue m incalculable. It thou«* presa-nted by tbe regular or m-
American '¡•■legatee, the following res- stead law, in that tie did not estaliliah relieve« the child from pain, cur« m dys depeudent parlos pr>v«l unsatisfac
olntioii was iidopi«!:
au actual residence upon the land entery and diarrinpa, griping in the tory. it would I m - a safe wag« r that
Hceolretl, That the memtiers of the within mx months after th- entry, bowel«, and wind •colic By gr. ing health not <me iu twimty intern would cor-
Inteluationul Ana ncati Congress ac- ..lily digging a cellar aud buildiug ii to the child it rent# the morher. Price I rectly express Ins wishes. The MyeU*tn
' may work well enough iu countries
cept with pleasure tbe iuvivation of foundation. Th«» entry was aocord- 2f>c a bottle.
where there are only <m4 or two offices
the President of the Unite ! Slates of oigly canceled. Commissioner Groff
A shrewd and observing writer in an to fill, but in a .city where the candi
Amei lea to lie the guests of bis Gov oveirnl«! this decision, and- iu bis re
ernment on an excursion through tbe view of the case finds that Hauselin, eastern agricultural journal says very dates are legioM it will prove atiso
territory of the United States, and who was a poor man, was getting truly that it never pays a fai mer to buy lately impracticable. ('I,ronicle.
already has as
that we express our thanks for said in along ns rapidly with the improve more laud, when he
Their Hnaine*« Booming.
ment ot the land aud const ruction of much as lie can cultivate aud give
A number of committees were ap Ilia house as |x»sxlble. The counmia- thorough tillage. It pays better to
Probably no one thing han caused
pt nted, and the congress uujourued feiouer adds that the six months rule Hfiend the money upon putting an. anch a general revival of trade at Chit
ui,til Monday, Novemtier lfith.
is not to be insisted upon where the acre in better coil' iditiou an i fertiliza- wood Br<.M drug Mtore a# their giving
Mr. Blame U »♦’ll PM’ori«-d the hi « m- entry man’s guod faith toward the tiou than it dots to buy another acre away to cuMtomera of mo many free trial
i**Fb I ) the White Hoiwe, where the government is siirticiently shown, or and give Ixitli but poor cultivation. bottles of Dr. King'* New I >1 moo very for
Conan nipt ion. Their trade in simply
Pntu-h ut yuve a hpeciel reoeptkio t<> where hi. acts are not inccmastent So too, in the use of fertilizers. Ma enormoiiN in this very valuable article
nure spread upon one acre will bring
fr<»m the fact that'it always cure* and
the fentnrt* of which wan an mfoituaJ with the law. He sees no bad faith better returns than the same amount never diHnp|M»intM.
hiDcb serve! in the elate dining-room in this case.
nMhma. brono hitia, croup and all
at 2 o’clock.
A Healthy Cifowth.
more than two acres would produce, it Y< u can teat it before buying by getting
T he reception took place in the Blue
Acker'n Blood Elixir ba« gained a firm is certainly economy to put the labor a trial buttle free, large sue $1. Every
Plain db Fancy Cassimeres .Flannels, Hosiery, Etc parlor. The members were presen U h ! bold
on the American people and in ac upon the smaller amount of land.
1») Mr. Blaine iiret to Preaideut Har
to l»e superior to ail other
to ORDER. rison, then to Mrs. Harrison, aud then knowledged
preparations. It is a positive rare for
to tbe (uenil»er8 of tbe Cabinet.
all blood and akin dmeaiw«. The medi
Office »nd Sales Rooms in Masonic Building,
After the social interchanges tbe cal fraternity indent* and pr«-arril»e it
party repaired to thw diumg-ruotu uud Guaiuntold aud »old by Chitwood Bros
A SPEECH BY BIA INE.
Spring & Summer Dress Goods,
PARASOLS, LADIES AND CENTLEMENS FINE SHOES AND BOOTS
Clothing Direct from the ICnM.
at Prices that DEFY COMPETITION.
W III FE & COLORED BLANKETS,