Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1858-1888, July 02, 1879, Image 3

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Jolt 2, 1879
S M. P? ttcnfjill & Co New York
Geo. P.Uowell & Co New York
Rowell & Cheesman St. Louis
L P. Fisher San Frnnc'scn
D. H. Stearn Portland
Rcltlout Ulreclol'.
M. E. Church. Religions ervics ov.
try Sunday at tho usnal hours, hv the Iti-v-erends
M. . Williams, D. A Crnffell ami
A. Hardisnn
Catholic Skrvicrs. Servires will h
eld at the Catholic Oliurrh in llii ple
every Sunday at the nol hinr in lb"
mornitie and eveninir, Rev. Father JJIua
chet ofliciatinc:.
M. E. StJNDur Scnonr,. IVenHr mt
Idr every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock
Catholic Sundat School. Regular
meeting every Sunday afternoon at 2
Demkqukxts. Sheriff Bybee will
attend to delinquent tax payers imme
diately after tha jthjqf JuIy. Those
knowing theiuhdves in arrears will
take notice that the collection will be
expensive to them.
To Tnc Ladies. Mrs. Shaw will
arrive in Jacksonville in a few days
where she will teach the new system of
dress cutting, for which only half the
usual price will be charged. She is al
so agent for two new style of plaiters
without needles, to be offered for sale
on her arrival.
Ditch Survey. A. 0. Eckleson
started on Wednesday last to survey a
new ditch from Palmer creek to the
ground of Kahler, Lackland fc Co.,
above IheHamilton claim on Applegate.
The ditch will be .about five miles in
length, but the ground prospects well
and the company are satisfied that it
justifies the expense. It is expected
to be finished before Winter.
Moue Nuggets. On Wednesday
last Mr. Hein Deniff, who owns a rich
claim on the left hand fork of Jackson
creek, picked up a couple of pieces
of gold that together weighed nine
ounces. Mr. Deniff has been work
ing his claim with a small hydraul
ic and seems to bo well satisfied that
he is still on the rich lead of that
Serious Accident. On Friday last
ohn Miller, son of James Miller of
J" trHrttpmtcl, to ..K-Iq nT. i
load of hay for the purpose of obtaining
a drink of water and was unfortunate
ly caught on one of the sharp stakes
of the ruck. The point of the stake
eutered under the right jaw passing
through to the opposite jaw bone and
inflicting a painful and ugly wound.
Medical assistance was soon obtained
and the boy is now doing well.
Indian Visitors. On Saturday a
delegation of nine men from the Siletz
reservation arrived here on a pleasure
trip. They are a remnant of the Rogue
river tribe, sJ& "ne of them, "John
Smith," is evidently quite civilized, as
on Monday he telegraphed .. polite in
vitation to "Bogus Tom"" at Yreka to
attend a dance at "Kanaka" flat near
here early next week. Verily these
untutored children of nature are not
so far behind the superior race in the
matter of educating thtir "heels."
TnE Fourth at Pikenix. The citi
zens cf PkGanix'aii.t-sn Jir.e -24th and
decided on having a celebration of their
own on the coming Fourth of July,
appointing the following committee to
make necessary arrangements: S. Fur
ry, Mr. VanDyke, John Coleman, H.
Tweed and W. Arnett Finance Com
mittee Miss Laura Sargent Miss Ber
ry, C. C. Low and James Birkhead.
James Reames was appointed a com
mittee of one- to secure an Orator',and
rornT'tJasto 'was cliosen as Marshal
. good time is expected.
Red Men Election. At a regular
oeeting of the Oregonian Pocahontas
Tribe No. 1, Improved Order of Red
Men, held on the evening of the 24th
ult, the following officers were elected
for the ensuing term: E. H. Auten
rieth, Sachem; Geo. W. Frey, Senior
Sagamore; G. W. Elliott, Junior Saga
more; 0. W. Savage, chief of Records;
Jlenry Pape, keeper of Wampum.
H. K. Hanna, C. W. Savage, E..D.
Poudray and John Cimborsky were
elected representatives to the Great
Council The new officers were install
ed last evening.
The Willow Springs Celebration.
. The preparations for a grand and
JKtppy entertainment are complete.
terything will be done that can be
nake every feature of the program-
success. The managers request
eople to meet in the grove at an
hour in the forenoon at 9:15
when the exercises will com-
The ladies are requested to
buqucts with which to decorate
Filion or hall All who wish
' join the company of lancers the
e tne merrier, iney win provide
n selves with a saddle horse and a
at lance. A' purse will be raised as
Weather beautiful.
Hurrah for the Fourth,
Green apples coming in.
RobL A, Miller orates here.
Sewing machines at Brooks'.
Cardwcll's building going up.
Every body going the ball at Veit's.
Brandy and ginger relieves cholera
The Ashland ''Tidings" comes out
with a patent outside.
F. X. Blanchet returned from Jose
phine county 3'esterday.
Mrs. Duniway speaks at Willow
Springs on the Fourth.
M. F. Hurst gives a ball at his place
on the evening of the 4th.
For the best flour and bacon at the
lowest prices call at Elliott's.
Judge Hanna and A. C. Jones, Esq.,
returned from Lakeview on Monday.
Alvin B. CardwelljsJ,'xyxv:eterina
ry surgeon ajyta" located i-, sd Bluff.
Judge Mason of Like county passed
through f own on his way north yester
day. Mr. N. Joe Levinson, agent of the
"Oregonian," is here canvassing for
that paper.
Bead Edwin Smith's advertisement
before building, and get your hous
es neatly made.
Wintjen tfc Helms have any quanti
ty of ice from their Dead Indian ice
house. Its n-ice.
Veit Schutz has the thanks of the
printers for some splendid lager. He
knows how to make it.
McCully t Moore have driven their
large band of sheep up to Chappel's
Springs, on the Siskiyou.
Kahler Bros, can now furnish the
thirsty with a delicious glass of soda
from their fountain.
T. J. Kenney received a large lot of
fresh oranges this week which he is
now offering for sale.
The music for Mr. Ryder's ball at
Kerbyville will be furnished by Alex.
Orme and Prof. Wright.
M. H. Drake has sold his band of
stock and ranch in Warner valley and
will return to this county.
The stockholders of the Emeline
Quicksilver Mining Co., hold their an
nual meeting on the 17th inst.
The Roseburg "Independent" of lar'
week gives Geo. Stephenson's horse,
Sir Walter, a handsome notice.
J. H. Penn has opened a tin and
hardware store at Corvallis and is get
ting a good start. Success to him.
If you want a splendid wash board
manufactured in Jacksonville, and as
cheap as those imported go to Kubli's.
The Eckleson ditch surveying party
returned on Sunday, having surveyed
one and a half miles of their ditch line.
Observe Mr. Grotz'calltothose owing
Wo saw'hfm talking to a law-
yer here and think
We have a splendid specimen of rye
over seven feet in lieighth brought to
this office by Mr. John eisa or this
Mr. Lewis Ross returned from his
studies at the State Uuiversity on
Saturday last, to spend the vacation at
School Superintendent Fountain was
in town Saturday to examine applicants
for teachers certificates, but none ap
peared. Mr. J. A. Cardwell, agent of the
Firemen's Fund Insurance Co., has
been ditribntins calendars ardoirg Ifely T-affif -efj-dsjr life,.
Charley Savage, of the New State,
will furnish the ball supper on Friday,
and that is a guarantee that it will be
a good one.
Manning & Webb run a four-horse
hack between this place and Roseburg
for the accommodation of army officers,
drummers, etc.
If you want to revive the memories
of Bunker Hill and-Brandy wine go to
Dilldn's,butdon't :let"your patriotism
get away with you.
The Beck boys, below Mr. Wright's
on Applegate, are at last nearly ready
to work, their new dam having with
stood the last heavy freshet
The season having closed S. Booth
will not bring Scaraperdown to town
after this date, but he can still be
found at his ranch near Fort Lane.
Dr. Glenn, of Butte county, brother
of James T. Glenn, formerly of this
place, has been nominated for Gover
nor by the Constitution party of Cali
fornia. Mr. James Hughes has rented the
saloon property of George Grotz at
Kerbyville and his friends will always
find him ready to wait on them in his
usual style.
Read E. Jacobs' advertisementto-day.
He is now running a stove and tin es
tablishment in Orth's building besides
his store in the Masonic block, ai.d
will give you bargains.
Captain O. C Applegate, of Lake
county vas in town, on Friday last on
a flying visit. He has returned with
his family to his home among the sage
Mr. Kubli has received over a thous
and pounds of Devendorfs famous
Smith River cheese, Mr. Devendorf
having arrived here on Friday with an
other load. It is a splendid article.
Our neighbor remarks that the town
has given a "neat" sum towards the
celebration. We suppose as the sura
was only ten dollars that the word
"neat" is applied in its diminutive
Phillips' is carrying the Link
ville mail on time. Passengers can
now rely on getting either way with
out unnecessary delay and with all the
comforts incident to firt class stage
The stages of the California and
Oregon Stage Co. changed time on the
night of Saturday last. Schedule time
from Reading to Roseburg is now fifty
two hours, whicli is the next thing to
railroad time.
George Elliott will hang up a seventy-five
dollar watch for the winner in
a saddle horse race on the 4th. Ten
dollars entrance. Besides this he says
he will sell anything in his line cheap
er than any one.
Our fripnds on Butte are going to
have a celebration of their own this
year as it is too far to come hero or to
the other points where the patriotic
citizens will gather. Wm, H. Parker
is to be the orator.
Brother Leeds, of the "Tidings,"
made us a verv pleasant call on Satur
day last, and we are happy to say that
his visit to Jacksonville created quite a
nutter in urVrPivvIa -nivlw iaccimi
fee two fifty payable in advance.
The following officers for Table
Rock Encampment, L 0. 0. F. were
elected on Tuesday, June 24th: K.
Kubli, C. P., S. J. Day, H. P.; T. B.
Kent, S. W.; Fred. Luy, J. W.; Her
man Helms, Scribe; John Miller,
Read the marriage notices and ob
serve that somebody was watching and
waiting till he found her "and that's
what's the matter with Hanna" We
acknowledge wedding compliments,
and wish the hajtply couple their full
share of wedded happiness.
First Assistant P. M. Gen'l. Tyner,
passed through town on his way south
on Sunday last. He should select the
winter season if he wishes to inspect
the mail routes in this region. He
then would have a "soft thing" so far
as the roads are concerned.
Read what Clough fc Carll of the
Roseburg and Coos Bay line propose.
Through fare from Roseburg to San
Francisco at twenty dollars, the time
being three days, and combining a de
lightful spin over the mountains with
Clough, and a pleasant steamer voyage
of about sixty hours.
In spite of all that has been said
about the various celebrations we in
tend to have more fun, better music,
colder ice cream, and a better lunch
and more patriotism than any we hear
of. And tho ball in the evening when
it is just cool enough to dance. Really
its too nice to think cf.
It is a disgrace to this town that
there arc no halliards rope in the liber-
there are boys here who would under
take it for live dollars, and it is well
worth it. Are there ten men in the
place who will contribute a half dollar
each so the good old flag can be un
furled to the breeze?
Veto numbar four, that of the Judi
ciary bill, is recorded. The "Brigadier
Generals" are having considerable
yport at the expense of the country.
The feat of putting "riders" on the ap
propriation bills is a most successful
and amusing one, but that of "riding"
President Hayes seems to be a sorry
Clemens, a native of France, was
taken in charge by Sheriff Bybee on
Saturday night and committed to jail
while in a state of insanity. He was
examined on Monday before Judco
Day and found guilty of "dehrium
tremens." The next stage of the dis
ease is said to be "snake3 in the boots,"
which must be peculiarly comfortable.
Prof. Rogers, of Ashland, delivered
here on Sunday last, not a sermon, but
a discourse on the practical effect upon
n srml 1 trtMt AfiAnl n n tf mi 4i fr nli win
The main topic of the speaker was the
absolute necessity of individual charac
ter, and he urged the young to build
up and establish character that would
serve them well if all else was gone.
We want more such discourses.
Marsh it Co's. Planing mill and fur
niture factory is turning out every
variety of work in their line, all execu
ted in the very best style. The most
skillful workmen are employed and
every thing is done in a style and finish
unexcelled. The company proiose
enlarging the cajiacity of their establish
ment soon in order to be able to meet
increasing demands. They have now
the contract for erecting four or five
large buildings and supplying sash,
door, blinds, and all tho other articles
used in their construction.
The Ashland Woolen Mills are still
running to their full capacity. The
company have now on hand between
twenty-hve and thirty thousand dollars
worth of manufactured goods, includ
ing blankets, flannels, cassimerec, and
cloth of every texture, waterproof, and
every other style in the market They
have also two thousand dozen pairs of
half hose of superior quality. Seven
teen hands, male and female, are kept
constantly employed and not a single
Chinaman on the pay roll. Wool suffi
cient for a year's run is on hand and a
wide market open for all the goods that
can bo turned out.
Bybee & Hawkette Mine. This
property, now in litigation and in the
hands of a receiver, is thought by many
to be one of the valuable mines of
Southern Oregon. There is now a
depth of about sixty feet of gravel
which prospects well, a large quantity
being blue grave!, the lower stratum
containing coarse heavy gold. The
channel at the upper end of the claim
appears to be leaving the present
course of the river, making an angle
with it thatshows that it
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la ft vniir
enouim to ciiVLun a smau area or DeduaflH Alii
Work is progressing on the Masonic
Barney Miller has a new style bel
lows in his blacksmith shop.
The burned district. is being filled up
with new buildings.
Butler it Rockfellow received twentv
eight thousand pounds of freight last
J. M. McCall it Co. are doing an im
mense business in the mercantile line.
B. F. Reeser is still supplying the
trade with stoves and tinware.
Dr. Chitwood has just returned from
a trip to Lake county. He has a large
trade in the drug business in that sec
tion. The Presbyterian church is soon to
have a new bell. It will bo of tho
most improved pattern and different in
tone from any other in town.
Jasper Houck, the genial landlord
of the Ashland House, has just comple
ted his new hall. It is eighty-fear feet
long by thirty wde. with retention
and ante rooms fifteen by sixti feet
The fruit crop in Ashland will be
immense. Cherries are particulars
abundant Capt. Thos. Smith's and
0. Cbolidge's orchards are perfectly
vermillion with the fruit
Dr. J. M. Taylor, dentist, has locat
ed here and will practice his profession.
He proposes to be a permanent fixture
in Ashland.
Great preparations are being made
for the celebration of the Fourth.
Father Hill is tireless in his exertions
to make the affair a success.
C. K. Klum is still receiving largo
supplies of goods in the sadd.ery and
harness line. He also keeps the best
of workmen engaged in the manufac
ture of custom work.
The Soda Springs House is the re
sort for all invalids as well as pleasure
seekers. The best of accommodations
are always provided by the accommoda
ting host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Courtney.
Death of Mrs. Dr. Robinson.
Wo are sorry to announce the death
from consumption of Mrs. Ella Ford
Robinson, which occurred at Salem on
Sunday last It is but a short time
since she was taken from here by her
devoted husband in the vain hope that
surrounded by all those dear to her she
might recover. Several years since
this estimable lady graduated in medi
cine with rare distinction, and a bud
of brilliant promise that might have
blossomed for suffering humanity has
been cut off too early.Qily-. a ,few
months ago, arrayed in 'thinfridal veil,
now in the robes of immortality, wo
sadly wonder why death robs life of
its choicest flowers, and the fairest
blossoms of earth woven into the gar
land of tho Eternal. Mrs. Robinson
made many friends during her stay
here, who will with one accord say:
Alas too soon I
No Water. The "Standard" in
timates that Joe Clough "takes water"
in stipulating that it must be an Ore
gon bred horse to run against
Scamperdown. Not at all! Mr. Joseph
Taylor never took Mr. Clough's offer
of five thousand dollars but did propose
to take less than half that sum with
out naming his horse. This left Mr.
Clough at liberty to make a new prop
osition, which was done, and if Mr.
Taylor thinks Joe Clough is fond of
water he can deposit a forfeit and trv
him if he thinks he can scare up an
Oregon bred horse that can beat .Jack
son county's favorite. That is the propo
nowan'aTterio-RO-VjsJalkl.TgJ.. - - b ' .
abou t one that was declined. Until we
hear of his being beat Scamper is
Probate Court Proceedings. The
following are the proceedings in this
Court since the last issue of the Sen
tinel: ' ,
In the matter of the estate of JLHS,,;
HaydenJ deceased,-Lxecutoraf autttrj-l
ized to sell all. the personal p'ropertyiofj
In the matter of the estate of I. W.
Stow, insanp, Thos. McAndrews apr
pointed guardian.
In the matter of the estate of John
P. Baker, deceased, John Ashpole ad
ministrator granted further time to'
make final settlement.
Court in Lake. A. C. Jones, Esq.,
informs us that business at the late
term of Court was exceedingly light.
There was very little civil business,
no jury trials, and no bills found by
the Grand Jury. The case of the State
vs. Wm. Wallace, charged with murder,
and transferred from Grant county,
was transferred to Wasco. Mr. Jones
says Lake county is rapidly filling up
with settlers.
Religious. Rev. Father Blanchet
will hold service next Sunday at Eagle
Point in the Catholic church.
Elder Martin Peterson will preach
at Mound District school Sunday next.
Rev. Mr. Hardison is expected1 to
occupy the pulpit of the M. E. Church
heie on Sunday,
Appointment. Mr. Daniel Crone-
miller has received an appointment
as head farmer at the Klamath Indian)
iJAeewswuid commenced dutv
Distinguished Visitor. Mrs. Ab
igail Scott Duniway, the talented Ed
itress of the "New Northwest," is
sojourning here and intends remaining
a month in the valley. It is the lady's
intention to lecture at various points
on the disabilities of her sex, and on
moral, and educational and religious
topics. Her established reputation as
a laborer in the cause of oppressed
womanhood must command good audi
ences. We hope to be able to an
nounce her appointments. Her lecture
on Sunday was to an overflowing
house, tho subject being "Woman and
Bible," and strangely enough to say
the ladies of the audience were
less pleased than the sterner
sex who were the subject of attack.
The Lecturess declared that her mission
was to make woman discontented
but we noticed on Monday morning
that house wives were at tho wash
tub as usual, happy to know that they
anv linpn t rlAtnca nrul Imslinnrltt
to buy soap. All of which shows the
utter perversity of woman kind, or
their sensible appreciation of the sphere
in which God has placed them.
Educational Lecture. The lect
ure of Prof. L. L. Rogers on Christian
culture was delivered on Saturday ev
ening. It was a clear eloquent and
logical appeal for Christian training
in connection with intellectual devel
opement Mr. Rogers is broad and
liberal in his views, is opposed to doc
trinal or sectarian teaching except in
theological seminaries, but contends
that broad universal christian belief is
necessary to keep pure and strengthen
the minds of the young. He regards
correctly, the most thorough education
that can be afforded as only the
ground work of the practical educu
tion acquired by attrition with the
world. The school room, he thinks, is
not merely a' place where the mind
of youth is to be stuffed with a few
facts to be considered the whole educa
tional capital of the future man or wo
man, but a place where the mind will
be trained to think clearly so that in
the curious problem of life, truth may
be sifted from the error. The lecture
was beautiful in dictation and those
who did not hear it may consider
that they missed a very instructive and
pleasant opportunity.
other words show Oj willingness to let
your neighbor ean? his bread. If an
article is manufactured here that is just
as good as a similar article made else
where and just as cheap it should find
sale in preference to the imported one.
People are always complaining about
scarcity of money, but never reflect that
every time they "buy any imported ar
ticle they send away money that never
is returned to circulation here. Help
to build up your own industries at
home if their productions are as good
und cheap as elsewhere and you assist
in increasing and sustaining population.
Many of our merchants purchase arti
cles, such as brooms, wash boards and
other things in tho San Francisco mar
ket when they are made here just as
good and quite as cheap. This is break
ing down labor that in its turn uses
the product of some other man's labor,
and is a narrow, mistaken policy.
Give every one a chance to live and
patronize home industry when you
"The Song BmiToy -Carmel". It
was a noticable fact among the. early
settlers of the Pacific slope that song
birds were exceedingly scarce. Day
afterday ono might travel without hear
ing perhaps a single note. Tho fact of
their advent is just as noticable now
among us in Southern Oregonasa
tanary appearing and ilismp-
peanng witli summer anu win'.er like
migratory birds, and at times the air
isvocal with their sweet song. We
believe them the progeny of canaries
that have escaped from bondage, for
their notes are no less brilliant than
those of their imprisoned brethren.
In appearance they are slightly darker
than the domesticated bird, but this
may be due to tho different food and
change of climate. At all events they
are hero and whether it be a verifica
tion of tho prophesy that the song
bird will sing on dreary Carmel or not
they are very welcome.
We notice tho pleasant face of Mr.
H, M. Thatcher in town, having ar
rived from San Francisco yesterday.
rtar'ngpermftnentlj located at tliH pl Tam now
lull j nrrarr( to do al kin.la o f dental work.
Particular at If ntion glren to all mannercf Kurglcal
oprratt'ina in connt ctlon with my bnInes, includ
ing cltft palatta, etc Charcca reasonatle.
Jacksonville, t ......, . .Oregnii.
IKNCE 111$
11 is scale
day.Mtti IM
HANNA STANLY At the rrslJtnce of lb brides
parents, in Tabl Rock predDct, June 29tb, bj JUr
tin Petrreon, J. C- Ilinna and Miss. Sedoatha L.
NEW ADVKll I'l -KM h.V I'd.
Pay Up! PayTTpI!
busincsA in Kerlijville I want those in
debled to me to fettle up without delay, or I
will havi to make foroed collection so come
forward and save trouble.
Kerbyville. July 1st, 1879.
jYu who uteto tre sea
now running a dally line of Cmr-horsr
8laeP8 between Roeburp and Coos City,
making the through trip iu iwenty.foui
hours. Staees leave RoMiburg every morn
ing, Sundij excepted, at ti am, and make
clorc connection with S.n Francisco steam? it
twice wnpk rhe time frrjivllojeburir to
(trough fare na been flxd at S2(.
Oregon Street, Jacksonville
mngiiettcteiit a-sortmeut of uew gooJ
bus jiit licen received, consist .ng Iu part of
In fact everything to be found in a first
cla-R stock of General Merchandise, which
uill bj void at pncei)
That Defy Competition.
The highst price allowed for country pro
duce. r"Give me a call at my establishment
in the Masonic building and be convinced
tbdt there is uo humbug ab at this.
I can be bad in quantities to snit l.y writ
ing to the nndernuiicd, at J I. 1'arkerV
"team saw mill on Big Uutte Creek. Floor
ing, Rustic, Ceiling and Mouldings can be
had in an; quantity. We can plane lumber
21 inches wide in fact all kinds of lumber
necessary to bu.Id bouses all of whicli can
be got ready for use at tha mill. Parties
who intend building can save hauling more
lumber than they need Bills, plans and es
timates can be had either at the Mill ou ltlg
Butte or &t their eaop at Jacksonville. Ore
qAII orders will receive prompt atten
Jacksonville Lodge No. 10,
Will celebrate the Nineteenth Anni-
enary of the institution of their Lodge
"" AT
ON .
HONDAY, AUGUST 18th, 1879
BvMJteaesiaorw-ExOTCisesrartho Cbur
House Square and Ball at
Veit Schutz' Hall.
Members of the Order will meet in
O.J.I Fellows Hall at 1:30 P. 31. and
forming in procession will leave the
hall at 2 o'clock P, M. After march
in"; through the principal streets the
procession will move to the Court House
square where tho following exercises
will take place:
1. Music by the Band.
2. Opening ode.
3. Prayer by the Chaplain,
4. Vocal music.
5. Reading of Dispensation.
C. Music by the Band.
7. Oration by Ex-Governor S. F.
Chad wick.
8 Music.
9. Closing ode,
10. Prayer.
In the evening a ball will be given
at Veit Schutz Hall to which a cordial
invitation is extended. Music by the
Jacksonville Brass and String Band.
Tickets ior Ball, including supjKir,
Committee of Arrangement,-
Fred Luy, K. Kubli, II. v. Helirs,
1'rank Krause, Thos. B. Kent,
Iieteplion Committee:
Jesse Ilouck, Wm. M.Turner, JnoJoIt
Floor Managers:
H. v. Helm. P. McDaniel.T.T.
Marshal, H, v. Helms
A. Bish, and J. H. Hyze.
No pains will be spa:
celebration and bal
To the Tccple tf Aorlhrru Inlifuriiia und
Somlirrn UrrgonJ,
located at .
First Session will Comment Sept. 15L 1S79V
Rev. J. S McCain,
Rkv. W. T. Chapman,
Clark Taylor,
W. II. Atkisokk
Jacob Waonkb,
John Walkkr,
G. F. BU.UNQ3.
X? lan.l Colleen and Normal School, tha prpertj
known iu th Ah!and Academy haj befit plaretl, frei
from, 'debt, nnder the contpil of a Hoard, of Trustees
oho hare Inaugurated tin eaterurtae by fllltattJl
kuuvnmg iuviuonr in me
Jv tTOIeflCurol MrllLk k .'.I 44(1 A.TnrM.
T1T . . - w.. .-n.r. .aH
W. I. NICHAJ.S, A. M., Vico fiN.deniz
PrufcOTr of rathemAtIeav
MRS A. A. ROGERS. Frfceptms;,
Teach rr ofE.iKHitii Oram mar.
Teacher ofUmlc mul French.
Other competent Instructors will be a ecu red ai fait
ta thentetlaof the Institution require. o that pupil
may e provlrieil with the heiC facilities for commence
log and completing the fulUiwIog
1. Classic!., reqnlrtng six yran, loelndlng prepar.
atory vtudies. Graduates lecelre the Degrees of A.
2. Scuitirie, requiring tour jean, Hgic confer,
red, B. S.
3. NoitMit, Commerciu and McsuJtt, oecupjlng
three years each. Diplomas giten certifying tuat-,
lalomeDtsof graduates.
Tuition In four ColleRlite Branches. W a, month,
Mmic, Jo a month (ue of instrument $1 additional).
Vocal music Id cl-ws, $3 a quarter. Board In D ri(
Inn lfall or In Prirate families, 53 5U to it. SO a week,.
Rooms or Cottages for self boarding, f i to $5 pp
Robinson's Mathematics Steele's Series In Natural
Sciences, II,trkiie-a' Lit in. Fasquell's French, Reed's
Series In English Composition, Klchjrdsuii'a PUnu
1. The College will ha rhaitrred: am) the. Normal
or Training School lor Teachera will bo made, it Is.
hoped by special enactment, an adjunct ofthe Public
School system, and Diploinu m ide equtraleiit to first
grade certificates.
2. Ashland has no saloons. Tha ga'enf Intnxlcat'ng
liquors Is prohibited by the City authorities, who r
sustained by a strong public sentiment.
3. The School will be nnder the superrlslon of an
Eranicelical Christian Church. The Bible will b
rrserently read and studied; tha wurahipofQod eu
courai;l; but the Institution will be sectarian la no
objectinnal sense.
4. Book-keeping. Business Arithmetic, English Com
position nnd other branches speel illy preparatory for
Business Life, will recelre unusual attention. '
5. The Preceptress will glee Ler chief attention tq
the care and orersight of the young ladies.
6. An Endowment ottiiW will he. there U reason
to hope, promptly snairibed, enihllngtlie Trustees
to reduce the present rater of tuition. spetallr to
Teachers, after the present year. Address cummanl
ca'ions to
ashland College and Normal Fchoo!,
?j?Ea2 rno&Et &iaraii
Commencing, October lit, 1870
And continuing four days.
w odnosclay, Oot. lait,
.Vn. 1. Trotting race, three in five, free
for all horses in the district that ii'ier beat
three minutes. Purse $luu. Entrance 310.
jyii. 2. Running race, free for three jenr
olds and uuJt, single dash of one mile.
Puree $50. Entrance 35.
X'li.-ia.-r'sea.rvy, Oot. 2d.
A'o. X7i bo called the Socifly'ii Handir
cap, Unnuin race, mile beat, three in
five, free fnr all horsed owned in the district,
with the rolluvviiij; penalties and allowances)
7he winner (if an; rue of the value of $200
to carry tweuty-one pounds (21 lbs) ejttia
weight. i"be wiuuer of any race the value
of SIUO to carry fourteen pounds 14 lb?
extra we'ebt The winner nf any race tha
value of 350 to carry 7 pounds extra weight.
Maidens, (those lurses which have neyr
won a race) allowed 7 pcand', Wrights not
accumqlatiye, Woidils not accumulative
means that no one home -till be coinpdltd
to ctrry mere than one of the above extra
weights. Swven or more to enlr and four
to start. Pur?e SiOO. Entrance $5. Eu
tries to close on the lt day of September'.
Race iVj. 4. Trotting race, mbe hentu,
JrtTrt I .- ft-ini.! Fpiiam An nil n a at.w1 linaanVa
hnHa. Kat Kifa nnH... t...tt..,l f . aLLHIS
ui'ircg .ua II4G
. ad.
IJVii 5 -Running race, mile b,ea.t. tl)rre
IF live, fee for nil. Purre S125. Entrance
S'O. S.me duy exhibition of stock,
.Vo. fi -r.ottiug race, mile heata, free fop
aI thrt-e year old owned in the district,
Iure $50. Eitr-nce S5.
Sisjlii-rcizvy, Oot. tla.,
.Yb. 7. Trotting race, mile heata, three ir,
five, free for all bors- owned, in th.e district
prior to July M, I8i0, Purije $150. En
trance $15,
No, 8. Running race, half mile and re
peat, free for all. Pure $75. Entrance $5,
lt - Jlie above purses fo be given without
2d Te con how to ave entrance
money except in race Xa. 3.
3d -Entries to b placed in the entry bx
kept for that purpose at t(ie pavilion prior
to 9 o'clock P M on day previous to the
race, except In rao jYo 3. '
4th Entries mut giro name, pedigree
am description of the burse eutered as far
M known,
5th .All trotting to be In harnew.
6th iVatlnnal Trotting ."sociatioo rnles,
to govern trotting rare.
Tib Pacific Coast rules to govern runninp
8th Free for all means jnt what it av
Q.th In nil Hip nl itvr r .1 . r
ey added except in rsn V 3
foe loiiowing c"tep-iaKe rn, muuii ,t
colt race, free f ir ai.y cuiti. - ili.rr cu
tha were foaled hi .spring. 19 in rtL
two year? iu t'm fall ul '81 U bv eu
follows: T' nam and 1
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