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taken in time. Bold by Druggists on a guar
antee. For a Lame Baek or Chest, use
SHILOH 3 BELLADONNA PLASTKRXoc.
kuhli's Kich Mine,
Jacksonville Or., Oct. 27.—A much
I richer prospect has been developed this i
week in the quartz lodge owned by Wat-
! son, Kubli A Knight, on Galls creek, 13 ■
i miles north of Jacksonville. The tunnel
is now run in 110 feet, and is 145 foot
below the surface of tho mountain. The
quartz taken this week from that depth,
it is roughly estimated, will reach $2000
to the ton. Judging from the crude
method of mortar prospect, this is, un-
I questionably, the richest strike ever
I made in the county. Hundreds of men
are prospecting in this county, and fine
i prospects are being reported from all di
rections. A number of reputed capital
ists are now in Jacksonville looking for
investments in mining properties, and
some sales have been made this week,
but are not yet on record. The early
rain promises a prosperous mining and
farming season that indicates continued
prosperity for this favored section.
Ek III nil« Abbott.
,-h ? Th la remedy la guaran
Gust Ekland, of the railroad forces at
teed to cure you. Frice»60ct3. Injector free.
Diinsniuir, was married Sunday at noon
Sold by Ashland Drug Company.
at the home of the bride, the residence
of John W. Abbott, on Wagner creek, to
Miss Emma Abbott, a sweet and amiable
young lady, Rev. E. E. Thompson tying
the nuptial knot. After the wedding
dinner the bridal party came to Ashland
and on Monday left for their new home
in Dunsmuir, with the best wishes of
MECHANICAL AND OPERATIVE
The S. 1’. Wants a Coal Mine.
Chase Combination Dental Plates made
Mr. Reynolds, an expert sent out to
with G< Id and Aluminum Roofs.
Gold F ilings inserted in Porcelain Teeth find a coal mine for the 8. P. R. R. Co.,
visited Douglas county and thorougly ex
o perfi cc appearance.
Gold Crown and Contour work a specialty. amined the country along the coast
Office over the Bunk.
range. In French Settlement, on J. M .
Extracting and unavoidable calls from 8 Wrght’s place, be found a fine quality of
a. id . and 1 to5p, m.
coal which he seems to think is worth
looking after as he has bonded ths place
D. BKOWEIt M. 1).
for a period of two months, during which
time the property will be thoroughly
prospected. They will bring up a bor
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
ing machine and sink a shaft to ascer
O regon . tain the extent of the vein. The price
A shland ,
Mr. Wright is to receive, if everything
... v «—v.«..
*8 satisfactory, is $10,000. It may mean
Ganiards Opera «.»»»».
Residence Mechanic and Laurel Street* a branch railroad and lot of work and
-------------------------------------------------- ------- | business for this county.—[Roseburg
J Li. WOOD.
I Friday George,ex-superintendent of the
| Mt. Shnsta division, but of late conduct-
OnatiON 'nit a sarv-rnil! east of Mott, in Squaw
i vailev, left his mill recently, owing his
ALL .MANNER of metal and rubber bands hundreds of dollars and their
plates made in the latest approved [ families in almost destitute circumstau-
'ces. It was believed ho had left the
(»old and porcelam crowns and bridge
try ( t f
( ( g
work a specialty. All work warranted to i
give perfect satisfaction. Low prices.
and collecting up all the money he
Office in Odd Fellows’bnilding, up stairs. I could get, he made an assignment,
liabilities $51,000; assets $0000. The
• mill and lands belong to his father-in-
Central Point now hue a tire alarm
James Dyer was viaiting Big Butte
relatayee last week.
The M. E. church at Central Point is
to have a new parsonage.
Reuben Rhodes has bought C. E. Nin-
inger’a Talent place for $3000.
Chris, and Al. Beale, ot Big Butte,
went to Klamath county last week.
Jack Wright, ex-foreman ot tho Ash
land mine, has gone to Sacramento.
E. J. Storv, of Eagle Point, lea.es in
a fortnight to visit home in England.
Joe Hockersmitb last week shipped
seven car loada of beef to San Francisco.
A. Z. Hiunmersley and family of Lake
countv have moved to Gold Hill for the
T. H. B. Taylor, the sage and poet of
Woodville, has returned from a trip to
Mrs. W. E. Jacobs returned Sunday
from her visit with her mother at Puy
Grandma Dyer lias returned to Riddle,
from a visit with relatives at Modford
and Grants Pass.
Miss Ora Adkins, of Medford, attend
ed the Oregon Baptist conyention ut
Portland last week.
H. L. Walters and wife of Portland,
and Miss Bertha Walters of Eugene, re
turned home Monday.
R. E. Drum, the postmaster and
farmer at Table Rock, leaves soon for
Arizona for Ins health.
R. II. Whitehead, the Medford capi
talist, is in Umatilla county raking off
the interest on his mortgages.
Chief of the County Papers
Published every Thursday.
E. J. KAISER, Proprietor.
One year.............................. ...................... $2 50
Six months .......................
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Three months .................. ...................
Advertising rates given on application.
County Sunday School Convention.
Or., 26—The Jackson
countv Sunday School convention has
been in session in this city for the paBt
two davs. and has been largely attended,
every Sunday school in the county be
ing represented. The sessions yester
day and today were well attended and
much interest was mrnifested in the
work. At today’s meeting, several pa
pers were read, among them bring “Our
Relation to the State and Nation,” by
by the Rev. W, B. Moore, of Jackson
ville. and “Next Sunday’s Lesson,” bv
J R. E»ford, of Melfor.l. “Normal
Work,” was the subject presented bv
Mr. G F. Billings, of Ashland, and was
illustrated in a very clear manner.
Among the prominent visitors were the
Rev. S. S. Caldwell, Presbyterian Sun
day school inissonary, and F. T. Down
ing, of the American School Union, who
spoke highly of tho interest show n bv
the people of Jackson county in this
work. Tho new officers elected are:
President, Rev. F. G. Strange, of Ash
land; vice president, Mrs. E. P. Childs,
Mrs. A. A. Kellogg and Mrs. Chas. F »s
ter; secretary, Mrs. W. J. Plymale;
treasurer, Mrs. G. IL Haskins. Next
meeting place, Central Point, Oct. land
2, 1895. A vote of thanks was extended
the citizens of Medford. The report of
the secretary for the past year showed a
total of 33 Sunday schools, w ith a mem
bership of 2200 in Jackson county.
'T5HE official reports
' show that no baking
powder received an award
over the Royal at the Chi
cago World’s Fair.
The Famous Hostelry of Southern Orison
Under the Management of
The judge of awards on baking
powder writes that the claim by
another company to have received
the highest award is false; that no
such award was given to it.
The Royal Baking Powder is the
purest and strongest baking powder
made, and has received the highest
award at the Great International
Expositions and World’s Fairs wher
ever exhibited in competition with
It makes the finest, lightest, sweet
est, most wholesGirc bread, cake and
pastry. More economical than any
other leavening agent.
From Eagle Point to Lakeview,
Thinking some of our kind friends
would like to know about our I rip, I
thought your valuable paper a good me
ilium of distribution, I therefore send you
Fresh Eastern Oysters, T
On Monday, Oct. 7th, about 10:15 tt. m.t
Sauce, Price 50 Cents.
we dimed into our hack and bid good-bye
to the friends gathered at our gate and
drove away. We took dinner with Brother
L. E. Land, whose wife had prepared ex
ccedingly line, repast to which we did
justice. After about 2p. m. we proceeded
Milt. Reynolds’s eight-year-old boy, on our journey bringing up at lte, . Ira
Ed., had his right arm broken while Wakefield’s a little after 5 p. m. who told
scudling on the Merlin school play I us to alight, unhitch and unharness our
mule< and be entertained for the night.
Tuesday morning at 8:05 we were again
The O. P. is now being operated at a seated and holding the strings of our
profit, the receipts for the month of Sep- mules facing toward Ashland, where we
temper being $4,10 more than the dis a*tended to some business and pushed on
to Mr. Homes, where we were nicely en
tertained and given some fine ap|4es
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-VOFT.G
Rev, N. S. Buckner last week moved which quenched our thirst many times
his wile and family by private convey while on the road in the dust, and few of
ance to Roseburg, where he is pastor of which we have left. A little after 2 p. m.
we started after buying a bushel of oats of
the M. E. church.
Mr. Foster passing Mr. Shepherd's, with
we had an acquaintace and after a
Peter Applegate, of Central Point, has
SHF. PUZZLES THE DOCTORS.
Iron In I’ha/niacy.
been appointed a deputy U. 8, mineral few minutes chat we jogged on to Mr,
The pharmacopæia has long recom
surveyor bv Arnold, the new surveyor Tylers, at the foot of the mountain, where A "¡Remarkable Serie» of Transitions of Con,
they were butchering, not a chicken but a
mended iron wire as j material for iron
general of Oregon.
dition» In a Missouri Girl.
beef, leaving somewhat weary wo proce*^.
A Btrango case that is attracting the preparations. Musical v/;re, being stc 1,
to ask permition lo camp for the night
Galt run eight tons of ore ,
from Geo. Schumpf’a Willow Spring’« | and being answered in tho ttffiru>'ttive8we attention of and puzzling the local doc and then foro pure, is al so often applied
ledge through the Luckey Burt mill alit and Rot «upper and W-Jllt to bed. tor.» of Kansas City is that of Lillian and yields sufficient ly pure pitpara-
Mornin..'. bright and «dear , wu Marte.l our
tions. More lately there havo been rec-
HIC3-H & STORY.
which went $8 per ton.
climb getting dinm- at Nay|„r'rt wc Miller, a girl of 11 years, who has un
Fort Klamath zVllottcd.
up atl*iKers for the "night, at dergone a most remarkable change with onnneiu'.e I for tho purpose soft st sol
Hufler$ Beekman on their Jackson
Jesse Kirk, the Indian preacher, is creek
being cheaper, purer ai/d
ledge realised $108 from 8-lbs. of whichace y,e fared very nicely. Cold in the past year. About a year ago Lil
one of the luckiest Indians on the reser
concentrates run through the Selby Co.’s anu frosty this a. m. we continued our lian was a slight girl, of extreme nerv not so difficult to disolve as wire),
vation in the selection of his lands by smelters in San Francisco.
jburney, taking dinner at Spencer Creek. ous disposition. Sho had a fainting fit which, by the various proctivi s of forg
Clodding along we reached almost Klam-
allotment. Ho secured the site of old
ing, hammering, rolling r.ud final draw
ath Falls stopping with Mrs. Lewis over . t that time which tho attending phy
I Fore Klamath, one of the most pirtur-
ing, become denser and harder.
| esque spots in Oregon, and under more Willia n Jones and John Lackey bought night ami in the morning one of the for sician attributed to nervousness. From
Tho more i 'ipnro an iron the quid
things met us -our bill. But we that timo on the fainting spells grew
i favorable conditions it might become about 1,100 head from A. Sutton last' midable
had the lucre and shelled out and proceed
it will di? solve, but the same pioce
I one of the most famous summer resorts week lor $2,000, less than $2 pey bead.
ed to town, when, in the good hands of Mr. frequent until finally they took tho iron or s:;evl will more raj.idly dissolve
on the coast. Within an hour’s drive
Loretus Van Horn ami children and Fountain, we found our old, respected form of convulsions, and with this the less it has undergone tho mechan
of his domain can bo found the finest
friend Prof. Parrot, who is an artist and change camo ono that was wonderful to
' fishing on this slope, deer hunting and Miss Purna Mooniaw left Monday for spoke words of encouragement ami n degree.
ical treatments in qv.e tion. Thu.-, if
i wild fowl shooting. Fort Klamath is a Glendale, Arizona, where Mrs. John cheered us on our way. We hud scarcely
Tho child, when out of tho convul the immense amount of mechanical la
| sportsman’s paradise. The bqidings, in-
bor be considered to which an iron or
! eluding tho hospital, officers’ quarters
Mra. Alice Sargent, wife of Lieut. II. saw a team headed toward us. Of course sions, complained of much pain and i »¿ool bar is subjected in rodneing its
no one we knew, A girl in black hat, noted as a child of her ago would natura
and barracks are not included in his II. Sargent of Ft. Bowie, Arizona, is clothes
and wore glasses; a young man in
diameter to that wire, i‘ i ; argmd l a/.t
I allotment, as they have already been pavi )g Southern Oregon relatives a the seat with her. Hush I Bee if thev know ly. During tho convulsions and imme
' given to the tribe, and the lumber is be- vist. the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. L. us. How are you. Gladias, and Charley ? diately al ter she appeared to become an poft steel drillings, shavings and turn
! ing gradually carted away for the im Alfcrd of Medford.
When the spry old lady in behind jumped other pen'oij. Sho took on tho appear ings deserve prei’erenco. In ;; word, the
turnings and drillings of axh-s ami steel
out. grasping our hands warmly proved
SHAVING * *
provement of their ranches. The Secre-
Mrs. O. Coolidge was at Wagner creek to be Mrs. Thomas. A kind word and we ance of a very old woman m speech and boiler plate, which can bo obtained at
i tary’s order, allowing tho allotment of Monday, attending the 31st wedding
i./inner. I lie. would converse as an old
• * HAIRDRESSING the Fort Klamath site to the Indices, is ar iversary of Mr. i4id Mrs. J. E. Fuss partook of an elegant dinner and had one woman and give advice to those around o.ny steel works of imic.hino shop, are
| a sore disappointment to the National ami the u7lh birthday of Mrs. Foss’s of those indomitable fellows, an insurance
lmr. Sho claimed to bo 99 years old and ranked among the purest brands < f iron,
Gnard officers of the state, who wanted nuther, Mrs. Wilkerson.
agent, in the person of Mr. Presier to liven .Id not. know those of the family who in tho clu niii-al sense of the word.
Aeoording tu exports it may bu con
Petitions for the pardon of Nobby- dust out of our throats. Pressing on we y. ero with her. This peculiar condition sidered a practical rule that any brand
Martin and Frank Youmans, who have came to Dairy where we met Mr. Donnell, lasts for an hour or so, and then sho re
Local Agents Albany Steam Laundry.
steel capable, of making good iixlo or
served about a year in the penitentiary, whose magpie laughed and talked for us. turns to her normal condition. Those
Leads to nervousness, fretfulness, peevish will be presented to Gov. Pennoyer this Night finds us at Mrs, Nve Drews, All is changes have become frequent until boiler plate will also yield pure prépara
J ohn C onway I ness, chronic Dyspepsia and a great misery. week by relatives of the parties.
bustle and stir, school exhibition. Oh!
M. H. H owell .
tions on di. solving.—Medical Journal.
and we are introduced to Miss Waters and now sho about equally divides her time l i
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the remedy. It
tones the stomach, creates an appetite, and
Beginning today J. A. Louden, the
gives a relish to food. It makes pure blood contractor, will supply Watkins post-' we were tucked in behind, and lo! the
Another st ran go feature of the case
S. 11. Cliflord, New ('asset. Wis., was
and gives healthy action to all the organs office with mail twice a week, to leave ‘ violin in a blanket to keep it warm is placed is tho fact that while sho is in her nor troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism,
in our hands for safe keeping and after the
of the body. Take Hood's for Hood’s
Herling on Mondays and Fridays ami exhibition is over, we find we have actual mal condition sho eats very little and his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was
leaves Watkins on Tuesdays and Satur- ly carried the violin for a dance. Poor dog apparently has no appetite. When she affected to nn alarming degree, appetite fell
away, and he was terribly reduced in tlesli
Hood's Pills become the favorite days.
Tray. The morning finds us away for Blv takes on tho secondary condition, she and strength. Three bottles of Electric
cathartic with every oue who tries them, 25c
and first we meet about 500 beef cattle for
Bishop Morris and Rev. T. N. Wilson I Gazelle, and then came three little “in- eats heartily, and during tho last three Bitters cured him.
Idst ol’ Bettors
Edward Shepherd. Harrisburg. Ill., had
conducted Episcopal services in Ash juns” arriving at “Dick Brown’s ' (Indian) months has grown to the stature and
T1IE Old) STAND, OPPOSITE MYER'S
si running sore on his leg of eight years
Remaining uncalled for in the Ashland land Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Wilson in tor dinner ami at night fetched up at Mr. development of a womr.u. While she is standing. Used three bottle* of Electric ’
P. O., Oct. 29, 1804:
forms us that the arrangements have Wells', where we were royally entertained. in tho condition of an old woman she Bitters and seven boxes of Buck leu’s Arni- ,
Bridwell, Mrs. M. H. Bernard, Mr. A. F.
been made for the completion of their A slight innovation occurred here. Mr. pays sho is without pain and is perfectly < a Salve, and his leg is sound and xvel!. I
Wells thought we had better put our hack
BOOTS <3c SHOES
now church building in Ashland soon.
John Speaker, Catawba, <)., had five large |
in J aid by it self, as his Jack mules had an well. She says she knows of no out Fever sores on his leg; doctors said he was
Wm. Knox while roturnii.g to his j ' averson to preachers’ things and be, Mr. who is named Lillian Miller, but insists incurable.
O’Donnell, Mr. F.
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One bottle Electric Bitters and
Templeton, Mr. Hosea
home on Applegate, from Grants Pass ( W., did not care to replace them for fun. that she is very old. Sho uses language •one box Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cured him j
by AAhlhnd Drug Co.
and recites poetry far beyond the abili
W. H B rvxk , P. M.
held-up at a point near where his broth- j naming through the ‘ Devils Garden,” a
.-ELY’S CiRAM BALM -Clear, o« »’»gœL
AT LOWEST LIVING KATES.
er Fred was beld-up a few weeks before, I ' fitting place to pass on Sunday. We broke ty of a little girl.
When a man wants to sell a piece o'
SPfebsatfes, jxiiuya Pain and. Inflamiui Xion,
1 a buggy spring there, but reached our des
Drs. C. D. and Park McDonald, her
lithe üores, Restores Toute and Smeli azu. Litres^
by two masked highway-men who rob- , tination in safety taking lunch at Mr.
Prof. O. H. Roberts, the California bed him of $24.
attending physicians, are well known, property to the, government, it is worth
R ichard F vsh ,
EW WORK A SPECIALTY. Re elocutionist, has organized a class in
4300.000. But when tho government
_______________ Lakeview, Ore and they have had in consultation with
pairing neatly done. Half-Soling, i Ashland and is meeting with good suc
Mr. Hukell, of Talent and Joe Kelley, •
them Dr. J. Drunimol J jiies, who makes wants to sell it back to him again it is
men’s75 cents, ladies 50 cents.
cess in imparting the art to his pupils. the section foreman have bought the ■ It appears that the ousting of Mrs. a study of nervous and mental diseases. not worth more than $20,000.
Tdere is no finer study than the art of building and site and will buy the tools ! : County Superintendent Mav, in Tilla Tho parents aro anxious that tho scien
•Gives Kellef at er»; • for Cold it -
- JBo/ttxsi -
talking and acting properly and the of the Geo. F. Merriman blacksmith ' mook county, was accomplished by an
Aprty intn ¡he. Ni xf'-i'it.
-- ft iê (pti'' tiff si L
tific world may investigate tho case«—
One sad ofTcct of tho war in the cast
---- rj,tr or by in- 1. ELY BROS., üJ V/àrrea
Any Hour—Hot and Cold Water on Tap I training given by Prof. Roberts will shop at Medford. George expects to be action in the state circuit court, which
I never be forgotten,
ot. Louis Globe-Democrat.
tentiary’ in January.
not hold the office under the constitu
not get any more Japanese bamboo fur
IT I Mrs. W. IT. Atkinson, Mrs. Blakeman
Tho American Beauty owes her prestige
Portland is to have a fair, it having tional provision that officials must be more to a clear complexion than to any niture or China f illo.
and W. B, Mosher leave next week to
been decided to move tho Tacoma ex
other attribute. A cup of Paiks’ Tea will
visit their old home in Wisconsin.
Mr. Moore, the postmaster at Brad.'haw,
hibits over and place them in the big ex- declare«! the office vacant, and fins ap- enable anyone to possess this.
1IAS MOVED HEI!
the skin and removes pimples and that sal Va., after reading nn advertiser mt •>!
position. Many of these exhibits were 1
’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
first shown at the world’s fair, and have j | The decision is said to have been ren low. muddy look. Parks’ Tea is used by Remedy, concluded
to try a bottle of it.
helped to make a show ar the California . dered by Judge Burnett. There seems thousands of ladies for the complexion. He eaye: ”1 u»ed it in t ro cases of & lie
be no disposition to contest the mat- Without Iwing a catbartie it cures consti
midwinter fair, as well as the interstate | ’ to
with perfect satis
ter farther. The Union county case, pation. Sold by E. A. Sherwin.
faction. I have handled and used a great
fair at Tacoma.
however, Contestant Carter informs the
never tried any
lion DlrlcinHon’8 Exclusive Privilege.
Winnifred Lillian, the 4-months old i I Joseph Aurora, will be carried up to the
that gave as good resnlts f>' this.-’
About the only man who goen on th- sale by Ashland Drug Company.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Walter, | I supreme court.
A man’s conduct is an unspoken aor-
Next Door North of Opera
LISTED A NUMBER OF SMAI-L AND LARGE FARMS from 20 acres up,
In ancient rolled book:: the title
I buried in the Ashland cemetery Sunday | i mon.
in Don Di-k*n on. The mnn from Mi. hi
-«ale or Rent.
written in rod on a pice ■ of vellum
afternoon, the funeral taking place from
house.*? ami lots in the town of Gold Hill, all good business Hands.
Tho gulden age is not behind but bo-
the resilience of the grand parents, the !
no right to mingle with mcmUrs <■: pasted on the patside of the volume
J. H. Russell home, Rev. F. G. Strauge j I fore us.
Tho process of bookmaking has from
QUAKTZ AND PLACER MINES
tho floor daring tlio Kessiou. But the
conducting tho religious services.
A happy fireside is better than n big doarkcopcm pay no attention when he time immemorial been so cheap in China
Where she will be pleased
A. Silver nn<l Kenl E’tHto nrc b<ith nt n very low ebb now is the tin ■■ for home
walk« in, and it may be that, they re that a book of 25 or 80 pages is rarely seeker* io K>*t ! »r>.’iuns, io> I »ill take silver in exchange. Call on or addiess me for
Ed. E. Keeley, editor of tho Dramatic
to see her old friends and
Of all combats, tho sorest is to con
Star, of Seattle and manager of the Star
gard him aa n personal representative of sold for more than a cent.
theartre circuit on the sound, was stop quer ourselves.
Mr. Clevelimd. No one on the (ibo:
Several books of tho second and third
ping at Hotel Oregon several davs last
The hor.oGt man never stops to in makes a formal objection to his pr< s- centuries have leaden leaves. Ono such,
| week, accompanied by bis wife and little
onco, so he stays. If ary cangressnmu in tho British museum, has six leaden
quire if honesty pays.
lx. jLr. Ji vy iJXY vs, anj GOvernnienf Lan(j Locator
DR. JORDAN & CO.’S
Sick and Nervous
Though thou hast never so many coun should object, tho doorkeepers v.i.nld leaves, with hinges and a clasp.
to a large audience in the opera bouse
have to do their duty and refuse him ,
GREAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
■.(i in i t ran < •« •. — Boston Advcrtiser.
clever dancer, a sweet little girl and the ihy own soul.
but in tho center of the first page ap-
lUftl Market St., San Francisco
the land in this country by nc-
(Between 6th and 7th Sts.) 3
A man who puts off his enjoyment
tual experience, I am thereby enabled to give strangers seeking informa
tue character and contents of tho work.
Go and learn how wonderfully j on
too long will find it mialaid by the timo Inquire at this office.
are made and how to avoid aickneM
You may be easily and qulckiy cv red
comes to the opera house next Friday he goes to get it
and dif»civw. Mu-euni enlarged with
* thousands of new objects. Admit-
night and will present his laughing
Modesty is to merit what shading is
sion 25 eta.
comedy. “A Pair oi Kids.” Mr. Ken to a figure in a picture. It makes it
Private Office—same Ilulirting
dall has a company of twelve first-class stand out m strong relief.
1051 Jlurkct Street Diseases of men*.
| actors and actressess, and his play is ac-
Stricture, lob* » I manhood, diseases of the «kin
The wealth of a ninn is the number of
and kidneys <jui< kly cured without the use ot mcr-
I knowledged to be one of the funniest
•jury. Treatment personally or by letter. Semi
| ever seen. He has played it for ten years i things which he loves and blesses, which
Cur book. 10
, in the East and is now making his fl I st i ho i > love d and blessed by.
!•< TME WORLD,
Long established and reliable practitioners.
"I have been a victim of terri o
o ! Western trip and is en route to Cali*
: l unnurp.L^.Kl, actu-.’iy
No true work siuoe tho world began
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Weak Lungs, (renerai Debility and
ble headache.'*, and have never o
CUtlammpr two b* •» of nay ' * r.or brar. I. Nc#
xparlenceJ Horneshoers. effected
was ever wasted; no true life sinco the
LgheuU Í«T O m . á 1
fviind anything to relieve them o
all forms of Emaciation are speedily cured by
FORRALE BY ti' ALEP.SGENEPILLY.fyr
so quicklv a» Aver’s Pills. Since o
Oscar LnfTtus and wife came in from world began has over fnlletL
I la-gan taking this medicine, the
Ashland Sunday. Mrs. Lafftua is con-
It is not so much the being exempt
attacks have become less and o
siderably improved in health. Thev from faults aii the having ovtrcoiae •
less frequent, until, at present, o
will return to Ashland in a week or so. them that is an advant.ige tn us.
months have passed since I o
and mav return to Lake for the winter.
have had one.”—C. F. N e ' vjias , •
F PINO.a E VW SUED CALF.
Taubcneck s Expert mi ions.
Dr. E. Von H »««locker cime over from
Dug Spur, Va.
Ashland with Oscar Lofftus. He is if. i Chairman Tauhenevk, of U c Populist
Consumptives always fln<l great relief bv f
»J.sPFOUCE.3 S oles .
poor health and thought a trip to Lake Congressional C «mnai/n ("
‘‘Having used Ayer’s Pillswith o
consumption is often cured. l>o other nouri»:.
county would prove beneficial. He will upects the populists tn <1
great success for dyspepsia, from o
TJTfr ? Q
probably’ be here several weeks.—(Lake 11 ?ure in the approachin g
which I suffered for years, I re o
strength so quickly and effectively.
He Said to a newspaper e*»t
solved never to be without them o
♦2?1.7A B oys S ciocl S fces .
in my household. They are in o
recently that they have RJ'J uamlidatcs I
Weak Babiec and Thin i
Major D. G. Waldron, who brought for Congress in th»* fi-Id. Which, he
deed effective." — Mrs. S allik o
out the famous Allegbanian Vocalist* said, was a greater 1 nn
Mouuts. 125 Willow St., Phila o
ore made strong and robust by
and Swiss Beli Ringers, and was their either of the old polios had
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forms of foi>d seem t > 1 i thorn t:
manager for sixte*»o years, presented the nated. They Lav eta!»’ tit kets in everv
"I alwavs use Ayer’s Pills, and o
Swedish Ladies’ Quartette at the opera State where State* ch- tin- s .ire tn b?
The only genuine Sc< it’s Th
think thein excellent.”—Mrs. G. o
You cun save iti«t>r,_t>x)r«r>-b“’1!>« "■ *••
htnue Saturday exening. Thev gave a held, except in Rhode I*la rd and South I
colorsj wrapper. Ilefu-o cheap
lto<«v«r.we t Ac l .rtr- "Y
very pleasant entertainment, being fin? Carolina, the Tillman n» v.-m t in the 1
a id guarantee
. > . -• a in
Major Waldron is a very suc democratic parlv in th? latter State mak- !
’ e/i Scan'i
5« ndJar fa\
iM vainebr .-tupin-i
'■ » naire
“■*' ' »-id price on
cessful manager and anv attraction that ing ti.r nomination of a |'nptt?i»t ticket '
the bottom, whirl •\ pTt. ct* v. u against high
prices fttid the mi« rk ra stvle, easy fitting: *ad
variably relied on. It is reported that
equal custom ' • We have them sold every-
Received Highest Awards
EK THAN ANY ONE El*h.
For Sale by A-bland I r « ’
weartnff aualitte •(-c< for the value given than
he has secured the l»ells of the old Swis.-
where al lower pri ike : o »V
AT TMI WORLD'! FAIR o
of all kind, delivered any
r tute If your
Bell Ringer troupe and will organize a
».«».fi.9.AZWJUMÄSAA£S.8W company that leaves San Francisco this
The R ecoup gives advertisers most value for their money. I where b> town at lb* loffc.t ..ic*.
FOB MOST COMPLETE Li
Etc., Kept in This Country, Go To
HOWELL & 10ÄWAY,
GARLAND STOV j SS & RANGES,
A yers P ills
Coughs arsd Colds,
JOHNSON & MILLER.
W. L. D ouglas
S3 SHOE no S^:^
ARNOLD & CORDELL.
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