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About Ashland tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1876-1919 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1880)
Thurlow Weed, the veteran
New York journalist, think’s
JUNE 4, 13».
Grant’s nomination would be the
ruin of the Republican party. It
ought to be.
The last issue of the Times con
The railroad committee of the
tains the following:
lower house of Congress will unan
“A vote for tho Republican state or
touuty ticket means the continuance of imously recommend the granting
Griuitism and then imperialism.”
of a six years’ extension ot time
The Times simply insults the for the completion ot the North
intelligence of its readers when it ern Pacific railroad.
presumes that they are to be in
Kearney has been released from
fluenced by such empty nonsense,
by a decision of the
and reflects strongly upon the
»¡ualifications of the nominees of Supreme Court ot California, on
its party when it exhibits the ne the ground that the sentence ot
XV <10 invalid,
in V anu, in
cessity of employing such clap the police tumi
trap to “whip in” unthinking fol fringing t t .......„...1 1.® .1.........
lowers. Every intelligent man speech, guaranteed by the con
knows that the choice of officers stitution.
to manage the affairs of our county
The attempt to impeach Mayor
has no more connection with or
has failed. The impeach
influence upon tho election of the
next President than it has upon ment business is always precari
the election of the next governor ous, as history has demonstrated.
of Texas. This is a strong Demo It is expected that the coincident
cratic county and may be counted Victories of Kearny and Kalloch
upon to give a substantial Demo will cause a revival of the Sand
cratic majority in the Presidential Lot plague.
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election, no matter who may or
As Jacob Ish declined the nom
may not be elected to the county
for Representative, the
offices next Monday.
Central Committee appointed by
another specimen .
the Independent Convention nom
W. H. Atkinson, Republican nomi- inated Conrad Mingus in his stead.
uee for Representative, bus been a resi
»lent of this county but a few years and Mr. Mingus, who also is a Demo
hence cannot know the wants of the crat, is regarded as an able and
¡>eople. Vote for those old and tried cit conscientious man, and as a Rep
izens, Stanley and Stnith, and you will
have Representatives known to be resentative would do the countv
staunch friends of Jackson county.— credit.
For reckless and indecent disre
gard of truth this paragraph is
hard to beat. Mr. Atkinson has
been a resident of Jackson county
for six years, while Dr. Stanley,
whom the Times calls an “old
and tried citizen,” has been in the
county but three years, Further-
more, we can say that in the six
years Mr. Atkinson has lived in
the county his business has placed
him in the best position to learn
the needs of our section and the
wishes of our people, and no man
could have been nominated for the
position ot Representative who
would be able to do more effect
ive work in the Legislature for
this portion ot the state.
According to the ling organ the
fetter years a man has been in the
county, the “older resident” he is.
It says that W. IL Atkinson, who
lias been here six years, has not
had time to learn the needs of our
county, while Dr. Stanley, who
has been here but three years, is
an “old ami tried citizen,” and
knows all about it.
S TOOK FARM.
THE ASHLAND DRUG STORE
HAS BEEN REMOVED TO
E. J. FARLOW,
J. D. FOUNTAIN,
Dark bay stallion, foaled 1875. Bred
by Col. R West, Georgetown, Kentucky
Main •fitre-t, Aahand,
(Vol. 111. p. 30, Wallace’s Trotting Reg
ister). Sired by “the great sire of trot
aving suweet I ed mrs . m . w . har -
uaiune iu the busit.es», would announce to
Son of Alexander’s Abdalltfli, sire of
the pub.ic that they olier fur sale a full liue of
Goldsmith Maid, record 2:14; daui by
Brown Chief, son of Mambrino Chief,
sire of ----------
record 2:18|; , s*
hy Imp. Hooten, .iro of the dam of Lulu,
c±i a <53 .©¿J
recr.1 2:1;,; gg.<l. by Bortrand thegreal
four-mile-race-horse; g. g. g. d. by imp.
STAPLE and FANCY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
Buzzard, sire of the dam of Woodpecker,
sire of the famous Grey Eagle. Alta DR U GS, M E D ICI K ES, ETC.,
CLOTHING, BUOrS and SHOES,
mont will at the proper time be given a
HATS, CATS, HARDWARE,
record which w ill ensure a Lirge demand Stationery,
— a n ; d -
for his colts. (Almont is the property of
Gen. W. T. Withers, Lexington, Ken.)
The Best Goods, at the Lowest Prices,
New Prices !
Sutler & Rockfellow.
À COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
8 EKBRAfc M E.RC H ABBI Rl,
Stationary, School Locks, Etc.,
“HONEST DEALING, AND A FAIR PROFIT.”
1X1 o 'J Û a 8—
<S> ua LP
FOUNTAIN A FARLOW.
CROCKERY and GLASS-WARE,
In grtat variety atd uf new aid v.rlous designs.
Bay stallion, foaled 1877; bred by
—rt’RE WINES AND LIQUORS—
H. M. THATCHER,
Gen. Wm. T. Withers, Lexington, Ky.
Anti;[everytliinjf t»«ually found in a
-For me«lical purposes-
(Vol. 3, p. 6G9, Wallace’s Register.)
Sired by Alamo, son of Almont, sire of
THATCHER & W OB DE IT,
Fanny Withersi>oon, five-year-old, rec
And we also propose to sell all Goods
ord 2:22j, and ten with technical records
—riiOPXlETOS OF T11E—
of 2:30 or better. (No other horse of
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISH. GLASS,
his age has more than four.) He also
“CHEAP FOR CASH!”
BRUSHES, ETC.. ETC.
sired Allie West, sire of Jewf’tt, that has
the fastest three-year-old record (2:231) CANDIES, NUTS and fine confections .
----- M OTTO-----
ever made. Alamo’s dam by Alexander’s
—OF LINKVILLE, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON
Abdallah (see above). Wilburn’s dam
‘Quick Salesand Small Profits”
by Melbourne .Jr., sire of Jim Irving,
Carefully compounded of the finest drugs.
record 2:23; g. d. by Alhoit, (his dam by
K£EP CONSTANTLY OK HAND THZ FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
Imp. Hooton) son of Alexander’s Abdal
lah; g. g. d. by Brignoli, (record 2:29|),
Taken in exchange fur goods.
son of Mambrino Chief, sire of Lady’
1 home, record 2:18|, and Woodford
Mambrino, record 2:21}; g. g. g. d. by
AGENTS FOP. THE NEW WIL
Pilot Jr., sire of John Morgan, record
SON OSCILLATING SHUTTLE
2:24, and dam of Nutwood, record 2:18^;
g. g. g. g. d. by Ole Bull, (sire of Chi
Goods of cvefy variety are continually arriving, direct from San Francisco, witF
cago 2:24A), son of Old Pilot. Wilburn
which they are tilling their mammoth bkk k for the accommodation
is very large, highly finished and com
of their many customers in the L ake C ountry .
Both are perfectly sound and free from
VVE SHALL be pleased to wait up -
CALL AND EXAMÍNE CUR STOCK !
blemish, and were purchased for use in
ou all customers Mid W’ll do our best to
my own breeding stud; but will be al
give them sathfcctien.
lowed to serve a limited number of mares
during the season of 1880, at C ascade
Butler & llockfellow.
S tock F ar :.!, three miles cast of Link
Ashland. May IG, 1879.
ville, Ogn., at $75 the season, with priv
ilege of returning such mares as do not
prove in foal. Excellent and safe pas
ture free during the season.
ASHLAND HARNESS SHOP
,'z’l-For particulars and free pamphlet
history of tlie trotting horse, address.
JAY BEACH, Linkville, Ogn.
Feed and Bran
In Republican precincts, when
talking to Republicans,Judge Day
says it is his principle in the elec
tion ot county officers to vote for
the best men, regardless of party
connection, but when he talks to
Democrats the Judge impresses
S O C I E T I E
upon them the duty of voting the
straight ticket, regardless of the Ashland Lodge No. 189,1. 0. G. T.
Meets it the now lodg» room, M isot.ic nail, every
qualifications of the nominees. It Friday
evening » 8 o’clock p. m . Brothers and
is only through the exercise of the sisters iu gsxid funding are cordially invited to at
latter principle by voters that lie tend. Tee Temple meets every first an 1 third Wed
can hope to be elected, “Sly nesday in each month.
T. O. ANDREWS, W .C. T ,
dog,” the Judge.
J. M. W agner , Sicreb ry.
If the citizens of Jackson comi
ty vote to serve their best inter
ests next Mondav, they will elect
W. H. Atkinson to the Legisla
ture. We have not a word to say
against the character of the nomi
Ashland Lodge No. 23.
The Secretary of War has sent
nees on the Bedrock ticket. As
for Uncle Tommy ¡Smith, as a cit to the Semite the majority and mi
A. IX A A. l»f..
izen, a neighbor, he is entitled to nority reports of the Board ot En Boids their state«! comniUutcatior.s Thursday even
respect, but as a man to procure gineers upon the harbor of refug •, Ingson or before the full moou. Brethren Ji) good
legislation for the interests of the also a letter from l’rol. Davidson, Standing are cordially invited to aiteii 1.
H. ATKINSON, W. M.
county, even his warmest friends of lhe coast survey service, on the J. S. F ubaxks , S-.c’ W.
and the leaders of his party must subject. Prof. D. makes it appear
admit that he Las not the qualifi that in his opinion 1:0 such harbor
The convention that
a. o. o. F..
nominated him knew this, and he or Cape Gregory as preferable to Huid their regular mrctii’g every Saturday even-
was put on the ticket merely be Port Orford and submits that a ug at their hail in A-hlaud. Brothers in good
cause he has been long known as full examination of the localities s'atd.ug are cordially inviied
A. D. HELMAN, N. O.,
a straight Democrat, and because
E d . D e P katt . Secret i y.
thought to catch votes for
the ticket in this end of the coun before the location of the harbor
ALPHA CHAPTE8 RO. I, 0. E. 8.
ty by appealing to loeal sympathy. is fixed.
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M ill hold its stated meetings on the
And then the warning is given to
That,“fait hful public servant,” S.
First and Third Tuesday in each
the faithful that tl^’ must not J. Day (faithful to the ring and to
scratch “this year” even if there his own pocket )took a severe sp^wm
MASONIC HALL, ASHLAND.
is a sacrifice of their interests in of interest in the roads and bridges
All members in good standing are in
▼oting the straight ticket. Tin* of the coni.ty as soon as he was vited
people will not forget, however, nominated, and at once struck out
MRS. M. E. McCAl.T,, W M.
J. S. Ec hanks , S ec .
that party interests are not con to make personal inspection of the
cerned in the election of Represen same. Of course, if he meets any
tatives this year any more than in voters while he is out and they ROSEBURG MARBLE WORKS.
the election of the other officers ask his advice about the casting
of the countv. The Legislature, of their votes for County Judge
Having taken the ¡'gency for R. Bracken
having no Senator to elect, should he will be candid enough to tell ridge's Maiblo Work» of Roseburg, I will receive
orders for any work needed la this liue in *
devote the whole of its time to them that ¡Silas J. Day is just the
such legislation as is needed by the man for the place, “and if you
-ASHLAND AND VICINITY—
various portions of the state. don’t believe it read what that Thu«e wishing to «ee deeigrs and learn the prices
can <lo so by Calling uj on me in Ashland.
Party battles have no place in truthful ring organ, the Tinies
A. 8. JACOBS.
the duties of Representatives this ! says.”
Wherever A. P. Hammond has
The Sentinel says: “Our neigh
bor enters the plea for Judge Day appeared bi lore the people he has
that he is a most painstaking of left the impression that he is a
ficial. The case ot the Californian man well qualified by nature, ed
tramp “Folk,” who for an even ucation and experience to perform
humired days enjoyed the hospi the duties pertaining to the oilice
tality of the County Poor House,
Linkville to Fort Klamath,
last winter, at an expense to this much practice in the law, and has
county of just $30(1 is a notable been a member of the bar in two Via Lake Cottage and Klamath .Agency.
instance. This tramp was refused status, while his opponent, Tom
Leaves Linkville Tuesdays, Thurs
admission by Judge Watsou, the Kent, has never been admitted to days anil Saturdays—Returns Mondays,
appointed agent ot the Commis the bar, but wefit around among Wednesdays ami Fridays, carrying U. S.
sioners, then, ignoring the action the lawyers of the Jackson county mails " and
Webb, agent at Linkville—
of the agent, Day placed the bar and begged them to sign a pe J. S. Beach, agent ¡it Ft. Klamath.
tramp in the poor house with the tition to the Supreme Court to
AL FERREE, Prop’r.
above result. Had he been as i give him leave to appear before
painstaking in looking after him I the Circuit Court here in a case
as in getting him in, the tramp 1 which he had somehow caught.
would have been discharged in less That’s the way he was “admitted
-OF THK —
than a week. As Secretary Ear to court” as the Times has it.
hart has “set down” on the bill,
s h I a a Ck
Anything lor a campaign squib.
Jackson county will just lose S200
by the Judge’s “painstaking.” The Times of last week eavs W.
This is what we get by ring rule.” II. Leeds oi the T idings assisted
in placing the Citizens ticket in
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BOOT & SHOE STORE a
We have heard that Tom Kent, the field. We have no particular
when be was in Ashland,intimated interest in saying whether this is
THANKS TO THE PUBLIC
that he wanted to go to Josephine
For their Liberal Patronage, which he
accept* as testimony of'heir appre
codnty with A. P. Hammond that our friend Nickell will get his
ciation llis purpose is to
they might speak together in pub
lic, and that Mr. Hammond re thing connected with politics. We
“Grow With the Place.”
fused to go with him. This is took no part in the nominating
utterly False, and the case is just convention, and to a direct ques he IS IN FAVOR OF THOSE WHO
WEAR GOOD BOOTS AND
the reverse. Mr. Hannnond asked tion about tbe matter in the couit
Kent to travel with him and go also house during the session ot the
to Lake county, but Mr.Kent very convention, we told Nickell so.
Materials of all kinds, such as
discreetly declined to do so,
FRENCH AND ALLIGATOR COODS,
knowing very well that if the peo could have no scruples whatever
At<l aujthiag elee that the putlic may r uire
ple should see ami hear them to
gether he would suffer fatally by ent convention ot the sort, but
ALWAYS ON HAND,
Amt nil work go ten up in the
to pledge ourselves to support any
Vote tor the men who are most candidates until we knew who VERY GUST STYLE.
Beef Cattle, Hides and Wool Taken in Exchange for Goods
THATCHER & WORDEN.
C. K. KLUM,
MANUFACTURER OF, AND DEALER IN
EAGLE MILLS. Saddlery & Harness, To Improve the Stock of this Section of
0. R. MYER,
A shland , O regon .
eeps a general assort -
K nient of goods in his liue of trade.
Ladies7« Mens’ and Boys’ Sad
dles, a Speciality.
Teim, Buggy and Plow Harness,
II01! S E B L .4 NÀ’ E1S.
ASHLAND, - - - - OREGON,
Keeps constantly on hand a fine assort
meat of the best
COMMON FLINT AND PEBBLE CLASSES, IN
GOLD. SILVER. NICKEL. STEEL,
RUBBER AND CELLULOID
^•o-Something New in Spectacles—
Patent adjustable and changeable
Glasses and Frames. Cull and see
W inchester R epeating R ifles
(commonly called Henry Rifles) ol
model of 1SU6, 1S73, and 187G
Pistols, Cartridges, Etc.
WHEAT Takeo at the Highest
Market Rates in Exchange
Ashland, June 27th, 18*6.
George T.Baldwin Ashland and Linkville
LINKVILLE, LAKE CO., OREGON.
ST0VES, TIN and. HARD
PISTOLS AND AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS,
rpHE SUBSCRIBER WILL IIEREAr-
ter run a Imo oi stage daily betw een
Afbland and Linkville. for tbe ¡r-nspo"-
tation of passengers and express matter.
— On Mondays, Wednesdays and fri
days, at 5 o’clock A. M , a fine
FOUR KÔRSE C04CH
Repairing and Job Work promptly exe-
Dr. J. M. TAYL0B,
MAIN STREET, ASHLAND, OREGON.
W ill start from Ashland, ariiving at Link
ville in the even ng < f tbe same day.
Tuesdays, Thursday's and Sutitrdays in the
morning, arriving in Ashbuid in the
evening. On the alternate days a
two-horse lmek or buck-board
will make the trip.
Fare (each way)......................................... $R 00
The stages connect with hacks tor Lake
^¡O^Office in second story of Masonic view and Fort Klamath.
Express charges reasonable.
Hall. Office hours, from 8 to 12 a . m .
in Ashland at the livery stable.
and from 1:30 to 5 P. M.
In Linkville at Thatcher & Worden's tore.
H. F. PHILLiFS,
as a large and commodious ware -
houH—Ample room tn etore freight mid
kind of produce. Merchant* of Gbnthern
Oregon wl 1 Cud it to Uieir interest to ship al! freight
through this Huuee.
Wool, bicon, flour, hl’es, etc., coneigned to my
cm; for ea!e or thipmeut will receive prompt atten
B-if'Mark grXrdi care of H. L. M.
J. S. E ubanks 7
A selaxd , O regon .
ARVEN WHEEL WAGONS, CARRI
ages and all kind-« of vehicles made to
ord at short notic. Repairing
W. W. Ksntnor, Prop’r,
and nea ly done. Fine work a specialty.
MAIN STREET, ASHLAND.
Wagons. Buggies, Carriag< s, WImel-
Barrows, Plow-Stock?, etc., made
and repaired at short notice.
Wagon Manufactory, S
BEST EASTERN STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
All orders left at my new shop, north o
the bridge, wi 1 receive prompt aid satis
W. W. KENTN’OR
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ASHLAND, - - - - OREGON.
MISSES L. V. AND M. H. ANDERSON,
ELECANT SUMMER HATS, TRIMMED AND
1 Aires., etc, etc.
Dreei making a up«<Ì 'li*y. Alio tbe agency for the
W arneu C obset .
fc^Orflers from a dietance will receive prompt at
Collections promptly made, and «pccial
attention given to the preparation of
Deeds, Mortgages, and other legal papers. OK 41% pRi** 4.y.it home. K'lmp'e« worih <5 free
Office in room No. 3 second story
of Masonic Building.
•*'*Addreie S tinson & Co., Per l.txl.Mxi: '■
a week in your own town. Terms and |5 ou’fit
Ç>vO(ree. Addree*C o .,Porti-nd Ate-
TO the breeders of Jackson and surrounding counties, at the moderate fee of
$20 For the Season
OF eight weeks freun time of beginning extending to July 18th, 188(4, making
headquarters at Maj. Barron's, and two days of each week (Fridays and Saturda/s)
at Mr. J. S. Herrin s place, adjoining Ashland, known as the Applegate farm. The
following is a limited outline of pedigree and description of the horse: COMMO
DORE MAMBRINO that was bred by Mr. J<ma*4jan Owen, of Paris, Bourbon
county, Ky. 7 foaled June 7th, 1873. He wat sired by Dr. Hen's “Mobrino
Patchen,” a full brother to “Lady Thorn —the fastest trotter and Queen of the
Trotting Turf in her day—having met the famous “Goldsmith ¡Maid” in six engage
ments, defeating her in each and every race, without the “Maid” being able to w in
a single heat. (In prof see Turf History,) COMMODORE'S first dam was got
by Dow ning's “Bay Messenger, ’ he by “Harpinus,” by Bishop’s “Hainbletvnian,”
by “Imported Messenger.” Second dam by “BertranJ,’’ by “Sir Archy,” by
“Imported Diomed ’. Third dun, a fine mare said to be thoroughbred, (which
she was without any reasonable doubt) being owned by the late John Hutchcraft,
who bred the dam of COMMODORE MAMBRINO, and in fact his breeding for
generations (upon his dam s side) was directed by the excellent judgment of that
intelligent gentleman, the honored owner of the famous “Bertrand ”
—D escription COMMODORE MAMBRINO is a rich, dark bay in color,
with slight white on each bind heel, measuring over 1(’> hands in height, standard
measure (string measure making him about 10A hands high); weight, when fat or
in high flesh (Jan. 1. 18.SU), 1,372 lbs., in moderate condition, as at present, 1,250
pounds. M e W'ill not attempt further to give a description of such a model of
perfection in beauty and power, but hope that the breeders of this section will give
him sufficient attention for a personal investigation, for which purpose we ever
take pleasure in showing him. And it should not be ignored or forgotten that sizx*
with elegance of f mn are indispensably necessary in producing horses for any pur
pose at the present time for which we can obtain remunerative prices in o’rr mark
ets—the lack of which cannot be imide up by a boasted lineage, or the speed if a
gazelle. The public demand a horse of substance, style and finish, (not a pony,
even though he should be “on stilts.”) To select the pioper Stallions to breed
to is a question of grave consideration to the breeder, and one which depends so
much upon the qualities of the dam (or mare t< l«e breed) that it is hard for any
one to advise, without knowing the facts upon both sides of the question, ¡is well
as the object desired. To say that a horse will get colts for specific purposes, out
of any and all kinds of mares, is simply preposterous. In my opinion, to produce
the horse of general use (or “horse of ¡dl work”), we must not look too much to
"gigantic proportions, ami esjiecially when such dimensions are conqKwed of (or con
sist in) an over amount of flesh, or fat, produced by feeding, not breeding; how
ever, high form, with good bone and muscular development, is among the princi
pal requisites for a stallidn in use, but they should be natural, and without too
much flesh made to show the points of power in the animal. And, remember, that
to know the blood and manner of breeding iu ' U- ••■i ■ is of tusi iin[>ortahco to
those who would improve the standard of their horses.
Me Come to the farmers ami breeders with a first-class animal, as the given ac
count of the facts and investigation will plainly show, for the purpose of improv
ing the standard of our common stock, as well as the horse for turf purposes. In
order to be consistent in the first proposition, we keep the horse at a very low fig
ure, so as to-be within the reach of all who may desire such improvement—not de
manding a hundred dollars or two in gold coin, for his services, ns is usual for such
a stiillion. However this horse will not stand at such a induced figure -he follow
ing season, as this is but a fraction of what is generally demandcl for the services
of an animal of his class. Any well-bred and iinely-forme<l mares that have failed
to produce during a space of three years, and are found to l>o sound and healthy
•(by an examination of the same) will be bred on shares or to insure for $37.50 pay
able when mare is known to be in foal. I lie season fee will be due within or by
the expiration of the season. But cosh will not be required in cases wherein it is
inconvenient to make such payment; as approved note giving ample time, or pro
duce s « j far as needed will answer the purpose. As reference to this horse s quali
ties as a breeder, I will refer you to the premium list of the Sonouia and 31urin
District Agricultural Society of California, during the years '78 and ’79, where
his stock has been shown with advantage; as to his success as a sire 1 will furnish a
list from the season books of his patrons at above stated place to any gentleman
wishing to make investigation. (Jood pasturage at either stand for the present
season, at reasonable rates. To the patrons of the Stallion herein set forth, we
furnish Breeding Certificates, (gotten up expressly for the purjmse, in printed
form), giving the blood-tincing of the home, with other facts, as day and dates of
such transactions in the stud. M'hen properly filled out, signed and delivered to
the breeder, he has something of a valid nature to show the origin of the stock ho
is rearing, which will be of great advantage to him when he wishes to sell or di»-^
pose of the same, as a document in proof of the animal s breeding would shut out
much speculation and question of doubt so commonly raised by designing purchas
ers anil speculators, when a good animal of real worth is put upon the market for
sale. By this useful arrangement, a ten-year old boy could take his well bred horse
to any market (attended by intelligent purchasers./ ami sell the animal for its value.
Respectfully,. J. A. MERRICK,
FRANCO-AMERICAN HOTEL, ICS CREAM PABL0SS
MADAME HOLT still continues to
wait upon guests at this long-estab
lished bouse, and is determined to
spare no pains iu the endeavor to give
sdtisfnction to the public. Visitors
wiH a! all times find the tables supplied
with the best fare to be had in South
Thankful for past patronage, a ehare
of public favor is solicited.
•c. A. NUTLEY, Proprietor,
---- Freeh Be d, Pies end C.kee kept con
tauily on hand.
J..; One door north of Central Hotel.
q, A. NUTLEY. *