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and similar annoyances are caused
by an impure blood, which will
result in a more dreaded disease.
Unless removed, slight impurities
will develop into Scrofula, Ecze
ma, Salt Rheum and other serious
I have for some time been
a sufierer from a severe
blood trouble, for which I
took many remedies that
did me no good. I have
four bottle* of
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with the most wanderful results
Am enjoying the best health I
ever knew, have gained twenty
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chanic, Laurel and Main ¡Streets.
J L. WOOD.
A shland ,
Thi; Beat« Ex-Judge Webster.
Judge Webster, of Jackson county,who
once fined the R ecord editor for con
tempt, will have to retire for the Omaha
Sdge. A dispatch says: Judge P. O.
awes, one of .the most prominent of
Omaha’s attorneys, was jailed for fifteen
days for contempt by Judge Scott. Hawes
bad refused to practice before Scott; the
court heard ot it and sent for the attor
ney and fined him. A lady attending
court remarked to her bnsband that the
affair looked more like the exercise of
power than justice. Her remark was re
peated to the court and she was at once
Stuttz Theatre Company.
The old favorites. J. G. and Alma
Stuttz, are too well known to need any
special mention. It will be remembered
by old residents of Ashland, their en
gagement here several years ago was
highly appreciated by all who attended.
They have the largest and strongest the
atrical organization now on the Pacific
coast, consisting of six leading stars, sup
ported by a large company of profession
al»—not fill-nps, a» is customary amoDg
large combinations. They have a reper
toire of all new plays, from the pens of
our greatest modern authors. If you
wish to see a moral, refined, high class
performance do not fail to secure seats
early for Thursday eve, Nov. 29; on sale
at Opera house grocery.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
A shland ,
MANNER of metal and rubber
plates made in tbe latest approved
Should be used in attempting to cure that
very disagreeable disease, catarrh, As ca-
tarrh originates in impurities in the blood,
local applications can do no permanent
good. The common sense method of treat
ment is to purify tbe blood, and for this
purpose there is no preparation superior
to Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
Hood’s Pills cure constipation by re
storing peristaltic action to the alimentary
Pardoued’By the Governo-.
Gov. Pennoyer pardoned Ben P. Wat
son and O. P. Mason, late editors of the
Sunday Mereury, who were about to bl
put in the county jail for one year under
conviction for criminal libel, The
supreme court has sustained the cirelit
court's decision in tbe case. The gover-
n >r considered that the defendants had
received sufficient punishment already,
their business having been ruined by the
Gold and porcelain crowns and bridge
Itacolumite, or Flexible Sandstone.
work a specialty. All work warranted to
tell us that “one of the
give perfect satisfaction. Low prices.
Office in Odd Fellows’ bnilding, up stairs. most marked and well known charac
teristics of stouC3 anil rocks in general
is their extreme rigidity, ” but there are
ECIG-H & STORY. really some specimens that are more
flexile than wood, bending under the
slightest pressure without breaking.
The best known and most abundant of
these fiexiio stones is itacolumite, an
elast ic sedimentary deposit found chiefly
in South America, but not unknown in
the United States, being frequently
found in largo quantities in tho moun
tains of North and South Carolina and
occasionally in Georgia. The flexibility,
of itacolumite is readily understood
when the stone is subjected to a micro
scopic examination. All ordinary sand
stones are rigid and brittle, but in ita
columite the grains tire cemented by
mica and-sericite, which confer the flex
ible property to tho stono as a whole.
Viewed by a strong polarized light, it is
plain to bo seen that each separate grain
* * HAIRDRESSING of
sand in a slab qf itacolumite is sur
rounded by a cement of the fiexiio mica
and sericite and that voins of the same
cement ramify in every direction, im
Local Agents Albany Steam Laundry. parting to it a peculiar elasticity a
flake of snob stone two feet in length
J ohn C onway . and two inches thick “sagging” five
M. H. H owell .
inches in the middle when both ends
are held up by some support.—St. Louis
Look out for Cold Weather
but ride inside of the Electric Lighted and
Steam Heated Vestibule Apartment Car
of the Chicago, Mjlwaukee <t 8t
THE OLD STAND, OPPOSITE MYER’S train?
Paul Railway and you will be a» warm,
comfortable and cheerful as in yoqr own
library or boudoir, To travel between
Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis, or be
BOOTS & SHOES tween Chicago and Omaha, in these luxu
riously appointed trains, is a supreme satis
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COUNTY, OREGON THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1894
Cured by Using
“For years, I was a martyr to
indigestion, and had about given
up all hope of ever finding relief,
as the complaint only seemed to
grow worse instead of better,
under ordinary treatment. At
last, I was induced to try Ayer’s
Sarsaparilla, and I hereby testify
that after using only three bot
tles, I was cured. I can, therefore,
confidently recommend this med
icine to all similarly afflicted.”—
F ranklin B eck , Avoca, la.
“I am personally acquainted
with Mr. Beck and believe any
tient he may make to be
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rilla for general debility and, as
a blood-purifier, find it does ex
actly as is claimed for it.”—8. J.
A dams , Ezzell, Texas.
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Çharvged ffands !
Mira Cora Linn, of Jacksonville, waa The Oregonian says They will Fi^ht
the Next Presidential Contest.
visiting Ashland Sunday.
Oregonian, Nov. 15.]
Rev. James Hummer was down from
SHOULD be used wher
Cottage Grove this week.
cratic paity will be sw allowed up by the
ever yeast has
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Young returned populist and disappear temporarily. N t
Sunday from Grant? Pass.
for long, because the democratic party
Chas. W. Graham and family, of Mich represents an eternal principle and the
Yeast acts by
igan, have located at Talent.
popuiist party only a temporary craze;
A daughter was born to the wife of Sec but long enough to make the next presi
Tha Famous Hostelry of Southern Oregon is now
dential election a square issue b< tween
tion Foreman W. P. Counts at Tolu.
J. L. Dewev has been appointed post
Under the Management of
questions of free coinage a id the income
master at Glendale, Douglas county.
Miss Myrtle Gill, cf Dunsmuir, has tax. These are both popuiist doctrines
been paying Jacksonville friends a visit. forced upon the democratic party to its
destruction by its dangerous allies. Par
C. W. Holman and family, of McMinn tial adoption of them has ruined it in the
ville, are spending the winter in Ash east and left the republicans in unilis
of the flour to pro
puted control there. Failure to adopt
J. J. Kendall and wife, of Salt Lake them wh illy has ruined it in the we6t and
City, are visiting their niece, Mrs. D. E, south ; has sent balf its members over to
Baking Powder, through the action
U/HO HAS improved the House and is pre-
tbe populists in the former and brought
of its ingredients upon each other in the loaf while
pared to Entertain the Traveling Public
The Klamath timber belt has a sugar populists into control of its own policy
baking, itself produces the necessary gas and leaves
in First Class Style.
pine tree that measures 24,000 feet of and councils in tbe othe.-. There is a
plain tendency everywhere of the demo
the wholesome properties of the flour unimpaired.
J. D. Fountain’s new store at Klamath cratic party to break up, the larger moiety
It is not possible with any other leavening agent
Falls is completed and is a handsome going to the popul.sts and the smaller to
the republicans, leaving these two partite
Rates, $2.00 and $2.50 Per Bay.
to make such wholesome and delicious bread, biscuit,
Miss May Earhart, of Medford, has facing each other in 189<i.
rolls, cake, pastry, griddle-cakes, doughnuts, etc.
gone to Drain to attend the State Nor
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the Onio river, half the democratic vote
or more has disappeared. West of the
Marion Griffin and sister, cf Shasta Alleghanifs and south of the Ohio, nearly
Special Rates to Boarders and large parties of Tour
______ .___ .. R0YAL • a *|NG POWDCR co ., 106 WALL »T., NEW-YORK.
county, have been paying Scott Griffin a half the democratic vete stems to l ave
ists. When in Ashland don’t fail to stop at Hotel Oregon.
visit at Tolo.
gone to the populists. The first returns
B. S. Cook, an old resident and sold'er of the election seemed to indicate that the
of Douglas county, died last week of party bad lost, because it returned fewer
IS MARS INHA3ITED?
THE EMPEROR’S WAY.
congressmen. Tfiis was due to enormous
Ira Johnson and M. D. Childers, of republican gains. Returns of the popu Methods Employed by Modern Science to Showing' a Sailor How Ho Would Act U
Salem, are visiting their old home in lar vote show that the populists have
Find au Answer to Tliis Question.
Their Position« Were Reversed.
made great absolute gains, while it is Hie
bound to come, and here it is.
T. B. Goodpasture is back in Sams val democrats who have nearly disappeared.
filled many role», the
ley from Puget Sound, to prove up on
are overwhelmingly republican, nearly discussiou which has been going the Emperor William has now added an-
all the opposition members of the state
A. T. Holt and P. H. Dailey, of this legislatures are populists. Throughout rounds of the learned over the question, , other to his repertory. Alluding to it
county, entered the Drain Etate normal many of the western stateB, this party is Is Mars inhabited? The fact that such as a “good natured joke at Kiel,” the
a debate is iu progress is not of particu ’ London Daily News’ Berlin correspond-
school last week.
temporarily stronger than the democrat lar significance. Wandering Arabs of ( ent tells the story thus:
Tho Col. J. N. T. Miller vineyard at ic. In tbe south conditions are different.
Jacksonville yielded 50 ton» of fine Except, in a few states the populists have the desert-havo regarded tho silent stars ' “As tho Emperor William was step
not succeeded as a separate partv. But with thousands of such speculations ping on board his yacht the other day,
grapes this season.
they have forced the democrats to adopt from time immemorial, but learned doc- he was met by a sailor named Joerg,
Prof. D. W. Coolidge, formerly of Ash their principles, Tne ruling party in the tors of theology, accustomed to dis- ' who had in his hand a mug of beer,
land, was elected secretary of the state , south, though it bears the old name, is courso upon the standing room of a which he was carrying into the officers’
board of eqnilization.
more populist than democratic.
Heedlo’s point for angels, have waxed cabin. The emperor was very much
T. J. O’Hara has moved on the Rags
Tliis tendency is likely to increase in choleric and indignantly eloquent in amused at the discomfiture of the poor
dale farm at Tolo, which he has rented the next two vears. The great increase these disputations over the habitability fellow, who did uot know at first what
from C. C. Ragedale.
of the populist vote in their districts will of the planets.
to do and who finally saluted the em
cause time-serving democratic repre
The moderns, however, refuse to at peror, holding the beer mug convulsive
MrB. E. Youmans went to Salem Sun- sentatives so to shape their course in con
day to petition Gov. Pennoyer for the gress as to bid tor popular support here tempt to pi’ovo such matters by hair ly against tho seam of his breeches.
pardon of her son Frank.
“The emperor stepped up to the sailor
after. The income tax will not be re splitting logic of tho schools. They
The Douglas county miners are also pealed. It is not improbable that more simply construct machinery to bring and addressed him most amiably: ‘See,
organizing to fight the patents the S. P. socialist legislation will be undertaken the planets nearer to the vision. So far Joerg, you have done that very stupid
this winter. In the next congress the as Mars is concerned, through tho tele ly. I will show you how one should be
wants en the mineral lands.
democrats, freed from the restraint oí scope they see that at certain seasons an have in such a situation. Go up and
C. C. Beekman, the Jacksonville bank responsibility for legislation and en
er, went to Portland last week accompan couraged by tbe popular vote, will go accumulation of color of one kind sur imagino that you are tho emperor, and
rounds tho poles cf tho planet and runs I shall bo tho sailor Joerg. ’ The poor
ied by his wife and daughter.
still farther in this direction. Indeed, down to the equator a certain distance. fellow did not dare remonstrato. He had
J. C. Pendleton, who owns some of the the minority in the next house, coming
Drum tract at Table Rock, is preparing almost wholly from the south and west At somo seasons theso zones are larger to como on board by tho imperial gang
the erection of a new resilience.
will be more populist than democratic. than at others. Hence they concludo that way, and the Emperor William met
tend to fix the attitude of the Mars has seasons cf some kind—possi him below in his new rolo of a sailor
Portland, Or., had less sunshine dur party will
next presidential campaign bly tho color around tho poles is snow with a beer mug.
ing June, 1894, cf any point in the Union
towards legislation. and ice.
“When he saw Joerg, the emperor
with the exception of Eastport, Maine.
It wiil vote for free silver. It will defend
The spectioscop© reveals tho presence affected somo embarrassment, but he
C. W. Wilson was in from Langell val the income tax. In all things it will of water on the planet. And each suc then set the glass to bis lips, emptied it
ley last week after supplies, as also were , carry the party towards populism.
ceeding year brings into possession of completely, put it down on the ship’s
J. B. Faith and daughter, Kitty, of
AÍI this will advance the rearrange humanity some new facts. Knowledge ledge and then made his salute. ‘Do you
ment of parties in 1896; will repel the
of “the planets is limited only by tho see, Joerg? That is the way it must be
Mrs. S. J. Tutt hill and children left eastern democrats »till more and drive machinery cf the astronomer. And in done. Now, remember. And now go
Sunday for Megalia, Butte county, to
refuge from socialism and destruct this fact lies the difference between the below and tell them to give you another
spend the winter with her sister, Mrs. A. only
ive finance; will encourage and strength spirit of the ancients and moderns.— glass of beer, and one for you too.. If
en the populiet-=democrat8 of the west Kansas City Times.
they question you, just tell them that I
W. B. Mosher and Mrs. Blakeman left and
south in their ambition to make the
said so and that they should not be
Monday for their eastern trip, to be ac platfprm and name.the candidates of the
Bueklen s Arnica Salve.
angry, for the beer was beautifully fresh
companied from Sacramento by Mrs. XV. next national convention. A most natu
T hf . B est S alve in tbe world for Cuta, , and tasted very good. ’ ”
ral result will be a free-silver and income- Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum. Fever
Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Mr. Moore, me pusuuaster at Bradshaw,
There is $1,981,888.19 in the Portland tax platform, nominally democratic but Sores.
Corns, and allSkin Eruptions, and positively XTa., after reading an advertisement oi
banks. If this money was placed in cir really populist, openly ind «ecreüy re cures
Piles, or no pay required. It is guar- Chamberlain’s Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
culation failures would be less frequent jected and opposed by the democrats of tnteed to give perfect satisfaction or money Remedy, concluded to try a bottle of it.
the east, but constituting the only serious refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
in the metropolis.
He says; “I used it in two cases of colic
opposition to the republicans in the
FOR SALE BY Ashland Drug Co.
and three for diarrhoea with perfect satis
Jos. Stukell was married to Miss Millie presidential campaign. Of course the
faction. I have handled and used a great
Booth, at Tule lake, Klamath county, on candidates standing on such a platform
deal ot patent medicine but never tried any
the 4th inst., being the youngest couple will be beaten worse than Greeley or
In a book treating of tho social con that gave as good results as this.” For
ever married in the county.
Seymour, after which the democratic diticus of western Massachusetts in the sale by Ashland Drug Company.
M H. Howell, of the boot and shoe party, which never will die while the early part cf this century some amusing
Clusy Loltus* Lover».
making firm of Howell & Conway, made nation lives, however frequent its tem differences are noted in tho manner of
I havo heard that no young woman—
a busiuess trip to Siskiyou county this porary eclipses, will begin slowly to rise living. In tho families of well to do not even Miss Nellio Bass, the heiress
from its ashes.
week in the interest of the firm.
people in snob a town as Northampton —ever recoivcd as many proposals of
Thos. Nesmith and daughter, Mrs.
Are your children subject to croup? If bread and milk was tho regular diet for marriagoin tho course of one short year
Mary Crawford, of lower Klamath river, so, you should never be without a bottle of breakfast and supper, while the poor, as did Miss Cissy Loftus during her
returned Monday from a visit with Geo. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. It is acer- who could not afford wheat flour and brief, bright reign over the hearts of the
tain cure for croup, and has never been milk, mado two meals on beau porridge.
Cryderman and wife in Ashland.
jeunesse (lores. And her offers were good
knoxm to fail. If given freely as soon as
Frank Fergus was down on Applegate the croup cough appears it will prevent the To havo meat more than once a day ones—at least many of them were, from
last week visiting John Devlin’s family attack.- It is the soul reliance with thous would have boon considered sinful ex a worldly point of view. There was at
and his brother, H. A. Fergus, tne latter ands of mothers who have croupy children, travagance, When tho Hon. Caleb least one son of an earl, and a youthful
and never disappoints them. There is uo Strong was governor, he used to travel
having rented part of the Devlin farm.
and wealthy baronet, perhaps more, for
danger in giving this Remedy in large and
P. B. Fitzpatrick and Geo. Hardy, the frequent doses, as it contains nothing in from his home in Berkshire county to all I know to the contrary, for Miss
iunous. 50 cent bottles for sale by Ash- Boston in his private carriage, taking Loftus was not boastful, and there were
ex-railroaders who have been east of tbe jurious.
Cascades peddling dry-goods and no land Drug Company,
three days for the trip and having regu at least half a dozen young men whoso
tions, have returned to Ashland for the
lar stopping places. Having been delay rent rolls or less aristocratic income TTrrTlWTTnrwi«nrmB—iTrannnniin»imrwiwmnw—r«rr«i n i»i i wn ii—i—
THE LONDON CRUSADE.
ed on one occasion, lie was obliged to touched £10,000 a year. As for tho in
-ELY’S CREAM BAL M-Cleanse« the Nasal
Kansas defeated woman suffrage by Tbe Publie More Interested In It Than In pass the night at a private house on the éligibles, their namo was legion, and ’V
¡Passages, Allays Pain and Inflammation. Heals
Any or All Other Satyects.
i the Sores, Restores Taste and Smell, and Cures
31,000 votes tbe same day she defeated
road. The supper consisted of a large there would have been mere gossip
the populist party. Many politicians
London en masse is vastly more in bowl of bread and milk, and the guost gnent Miss Cissy’s love affairs than
think the woman suffrage plank defeated terested in the matter of domestic mor and family were merely provided with
there was had sho not been so circum
the Kansas populists.
als than in tho ominous events which spoons with which to supply tliemselves spect a maiden and so extremoly youth
The aid society of the M. E. church threaten to make a deep impression on from this common dish. This was a ful that her marriage seemed a romote
Gives Relief at once for Cold in Head.
will serve dinner on Thanksgiving day European history. The "Prudes on the trifle too democratic for the governor, contingency indeed.—London Letter in
Apply info the Xnatrile--------- It is Quickly A bsorbed.
at Myer’s ball, next door to Tyler build Prowl” crusade has developed into a who suggested that his portion bo put
5 50c. JJniggwts or by mail. ELY BROS,, K Wurreu St., N.Y.
ing. Everything good—from turkey burning issue of deeper concern than in a separate dish, as lio might other Boston Transcript.
down, for 25 cts. Supper will also be
Four Houeyuioous With Ono Bride.
any Parkhurst or Lexow committee do wise eat more thau his share, but his
served at 15 cts.
Philip Stutz, a farmer of thia county,
ings in New York. Slow going, every host generously replied that they were
Tbe Klamath county grand jury last day London has apparently made up its quite willing to take that risk.—Bostou and his wife Mary have had a remark
week indicted Frank Swingle for mnrder mind that the restrictions which it has Gazette.___ ____________
able matrimonial career. Being lovers
in the first degree; D. Van Brimmer for
Jackson Co., Oregon.
in childhood, they wero early married,
mortally wounding an animal, and Ex
N. Mevette. of Lc Roy, N. Y., says: “I
Treasurer XV. E. Howe for larceny of $52 amusement are an attack on public lib have tried Parks’ Tea and find it the best but failing to agree were divorced. Aft
erties which it is necessary to resent to remedy I have ever tried,” Sold by E. A. er a few years they came together and
of public money.
no matter what extremity. It is difficult Sherwin.________________
wero remarried. Again were they di
Miss Kubli, of Jacksonville, has been
vorced and remarried, and even again
visiting at Roseburg, and on the 14th to give an idea of the intensity of tho
A Japanese Dribe.
did they secure a divorce and last week
inet. was given a chrysanthemum party
Seaweed has not even in our wildoat
by Mies Inez Hamilton and Mrs. A. M. of the question. The Daily Telegraph, moments over been dreamt of as an in wero remarried at New Albany, thus
AS LISTED A NUMBER OF SMALL AND LARGE FARMS from 20 acics up,
Crawford, which was attended by the the most widely circulated newspaper strument Qi electoral corflption, yet the being three times divorced and remar
for Sale or Rent.
elite of Roseburg.
ried. Mr. Stutz is well to do, and as
in London, prints a page of letters daily
Three houses and lots in the town of Gold Hill, all good business stands.
Tokyo newspapers just at hand contain evidence that his wife can maintain
Je»se D. Carr & Son’B have turned off
mi account of the trial of a member of
QUARTZ AND PLACER MINES
2300 head of beeves this fall to the Cal is only a tenth of the correspondence the Japanese parliament who was ac herself in singlo blessedness she was,
when last married, the ojvner of a large
ifornia market. They intend building a
As Silver and Real Estate are both at a very low ebb now is the time for home
big reservoir to contain 39,000.000 gal able to ignore the question, and some of cused of bribery by corrupting his con millinery store in New Albany. They
to get bargains, as I will take silver in exchange. Call on or address me for
lons of water, which will be used for ir the literature on the subject in the pub stituents with presents of edible sea declare their intention of separating no seekers
rigating alfalfa lands.
more.—Jeffersonville (Ind.) Letter.
lic prints is simply amazing. It is un
Four quartz mills can he heard run equaled iu quantity and iu the senti . Parks’ Sure Cure is a positive specific in
Dr. P. A. Skinner, of Texarkana, Arkan
ning all at one time on Williams creek, jnents expressed by Mr. Stead’s “Maid all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys. By
removing the uric acid in the blood it cures sas, is enthusiastic in the praise of Cham
at mouth of Applegate. Each mill with en Tribute,” which made a world rheumatism.
S. B. Bashford, of Carthage.
xn. x - f . xwMx^vr, and Government Land Locator
adjacent mine emplovs from ten to 25 wide sensation ten years ago.
S. Dak., says: “1 believe Parks' Sure Cure berlain’s Tain Balm. He used it for rheu
men. XVith one exception, the Bone of
Tho question is beginning to be clear excels all other medicines for Rheumatism
WIMER . OK>EG-O2Sr.
Contention, those mills are run by water ly defined. It is not “Shall the social and Urinary disorders.” Sold by E. A. I most excellent local remedy. ” For sale by
• Ashland Drug Company.
AVING gained« oompte know ledge of the lay of the land in this country by ac
evil bo suppressed?” Even the most ex
tual experience, 1 am thereby enabled to give stranger* seeking intormation the
Ex-Sheriff Shattuck with his two sons treme purist agitators do not undertake
bestof satisfaction. Locating on government lands a st>ecialty.
and Nime Reynolds returned last week that herculean task. The issue really is,
from a fortnight’s hunting trip in the “Shall the social evil obtain even tacit
mountains about the head of Grave
W. O. JOHNSON.
E. M. MILLER.
creek. They killed 27 head of deer, official recognition in London?’ ’ All of
which they have salted down to provide the purists say no. All London, if one
against the storms of winter.—Grants
It is universally admitted that vico
"When you are in a low state of health, and on the verge of
The miners and citizens of Josephine
BEST IS THE WORLD.
illness, there is no nourishment in the world like
county, a body of 250 people, met at sively, in the streets of London thau
ItswearioK qualities are unsurpassed, actually
Outlasting two bores ot any other brand. No»
Grants Pass last Thursday and organized anywhere else on earth. Those who are
eaacud by heat. LTGET THE GES t IN E.
ror the purpose of bucking the issuance opposing tho renewal of the licenses of
fob sale by dealers generally , lyr*
of patents to tho 8. P. Co. of the mineral those musio halls which are frequented
ATER STREET—Below tho Livery
lands of southern Oregon, Much inter by the demimonde rnako no attack upon
Stable. Terms reasonable; Work
est was manifested and good committees this public evil because it is not recog
to restore s’rength. Scott’s Emulsion nourishes, sfrength-
were appointed to take the matter of the nized by law. They demand in effect
ens, promotes the making
protest in their bands.
£&- TIIY US !
that thewomen frequenting licensed mu
flesh, enriches the blood and tones un
Two tramps who robbed the postoffice sic halls shall in some manner be driven
the whole system.
store at Olalla, Douglas county, were ar to join the army on the pavement. It is
rested at Tunnel 7 last week. They were on this point that tho battlo rages. Some
For Coughs, Oclus, Eero Throat, LroneLitie
peddling out the stolen goods, when a of the opinions expressed are highly in
Weak Lungs, ConsuEiitlon, Curciula
>XL ajl j
deputy sheriff called them to halt, and
failing to do so, one received a bullet teresting.— Londoil Cor. New York Sun.
Successor to Hicks <C McBride
L os 3 of Flesh, Thin Babiee, Weak Ch
wound from the deputy’s pistol, while
Broadhead all wool dress goods at Vau-
several ineffectual shots finally stooped pel, Norris & Drake’s.
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Euy only the genuine! Jt L
The gymkaana has invaded London.
The new officers of the Library associa
maik on salmon-colored i&rcf?
tion are: President, Mrs. E. L. Chris
Extremes met in tho Directum and
Send for pamphlet on Scolt't Rtmtliia-i
man ; vice-president, Rev. F. G. Strange; Nelson race—California and ?.Iaine.
secretary. Mrs. C. E. Donnelly; librarian,
Mrs. E. V. Carter; assistant librarian,
Passcuger Coaches to Every Train
Miss Maud Berry. The board of manag time during tbe Persian invasion of
.Freight moved about town at. rates
er» will consist of the president, vice- Greece.
,0 KR THAN ANY ONE ELSE.
president and secretary, together with
Call and see Mrs. L. A. MiiLan’s new
Mrs. Johnson, Mr. Downin t, Mr. E. V. stock
wood of all kinds delivered any
of millinery—tbe very latest styles,
Hood’s Pulsare the beot after dinner
Carter and ReV. Menlager.
Th« R ecord give* advertisers most valve for their money. Wlrere in town at the lowest price.
pili») awrt dMe»U^nw prevwul eon»tipalioD,
JACOBS & VIRGIN, Prop's
I pposite HOTEL OREGON
FOR MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
Etc., Kept in This Country, Go To
II. C. MYER
GARLAND STOVES & RANGES,
CßOSS-CET SAWS, LANTERNS, GUNS-
N D VOTTNG
Words of Comfort to All who Suffer from
Chief of the County Papers.
DR. JORDAN & CO.’S
GREAT MUSEUM OF AEATOMY
PL A.JUST AND ZFLA-JSTOY
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JOHNSON & MILLER,
H. J. HICKS