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■TUNE IS, ISSO.
J. D. FOUNTAIN,
The New York World is now
booming Judge Field for the Presi
THE STATE ELECTION.
A shland C ollege and N ormal S chool
E. J. FARLOW,
Ashland, Jackson County, Oregon.
Lyman Trumbull bas received
Democratic nomination for
The returns of the recent state
election iudieute that the status of
IIEA DQUARTER’S FOR
the next legislature will be about
as follows: tlie Senate will have
Dark bay stallion, foaled 18; o. Bred
. T6 Republicans to 14 Democrats, I
The Best Goods, at .the Lowest Prices,
by Col. Il West, Georgetown, Kentucky,
KEV. LOWELL L. BOGEYS, A. M., Eu«,.X-'»»'
and the House 37 Republicans-to
(Vol. 111. p. 3V, Wallace's Trotting Reg
22 Democrats, the chances being
ister). Sirod by “the great sire of trot-
REV. L a DRU ROYAL, A. M.,—Profe»»or of Latin and Greek Lingu'ges an-l Literature.
that the Republicans will have a
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
MRS. A. A. ROGER'S, Pae< kpi - skm ,—Teacher of Elocution, Principal of Preparatory Dipirt .i?nt
majority of 25-on joint ballot. In
1878 the Senate stood, Democrats
Son of Alexander's AhJallah, sire of
MISS ELLA M. SCOTT,—Teacher of Piano, Organ and Vocal Culture.
® E S El Kl A & M E R C IT ANDI8E,
_____ 2:14; dam by
18» Republicans 12, ami tire |
Brown Chief- »on of
MISS KATE THORNTON, A bsutast T eacher .
House Democrats 3-1, and Repub- . Ex-Senator Jas. A. Bayard, sire
Stationery, School Books, Bite.,
iijcans 26, or a Democratic major
by Imp. H< oton, sire of the dam of Lulu,
Thoi. F. Bayard, died ar his home rucortl 2:15; g. g. d. by Bertrand, the great
“HONEST DEALING, AND A FAIR PROFIT.'’’
ity of 14 on joint ballot.
Book-keeping, Business Arithmetic. English Composition atsi other branches speciaTy prr-
In Multnomah county George’s
parnory for busines:1 life w ill receive unusn d attention.
U U <£> 8—
Buzzard, sire of the dam of Woodpecker,
The best training and Insuuctlon aflorded those pre|>unn<» to teach: Higher Mathematics taught
majority over Whiteaker was ‘ inst.
sire of the famous Grey Eagle. Alta
practically and thoroughly.
' FOUNTAIN & FARLOW.
1,155, average Republican over
will at the proper time be given a
G. E. Kearns has been sen mont
Democratic candidates for Su tenced at Santa Rosa, Cab, to a record which will ensure a largo demand
Courses of Study.
his colts. (Almont is the property of
preme Judges 1,187. Two Re year’s imprisonment in the peni for
H. M. THATCHER,
Gen. W. T. Withers, Lexington, Ken.)
1. —Classical, requiring six years, including preparatory studies. Graduates
publican Senators and 7 Republi tentiary for voting twice on the
receive the degrees of A. B. and-A. M.
can Representatives elected.
THATCHES & WOK DEN,
requiring three years. Degree conferred, B. S.
new state constitution.
3. —Normal, Commercial and Musical, occupying three yoars each. Diplomas
In Lane WbiteakeFs majority I
Bay stallion, foaled 1877; bred by
given certifying to attainments of graduates.
—PROPRIETOS OF TUE—
Win. T. Withers, Lexington, Ky.
» 38. One Democratic Senator,
It is estimated that twelve or fif Gen.
Swu Democratic Representatives teen thousand more votes vrere cast Sired by Alamo, son of Almont, sire of
ami two Republicau Representa in the state this month than in Fanny Witherspoon, five-vear-old, rec
TUITION. —$6 a month, $15 a quarter, $40 a year. One scholar three years,
1878. Basing an estimate of the ord 2:22J, and »cn with tecluiical records
or three, in same family, one year. $1001 Instrumental Music or Voice
In Marion George*», majority is population upon this it is calcula his age has more than four.) He also
—OF LINKVILLE, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON
Culture $5 a month. Vocal music in class $3 a quarter. Board $3.50 a
662; Republican Supreme Judges’ ted at nearly 2000,000..
week. Rooms or Cottages for self-boarding $2 to $5 a month. Tuition in
sired Allie West, sii-e of Jewett, that has
710. Republican. Senator and
the fastest tliroe-year-old record (2:23A)
all cases payable in advance in. cash ur acceptable notes.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
Abdallah (see above). Wilburn’s dam
In Polk two Republican and one party convention nominated Jas. by
Melbourne Jr., sire of Jim Irving,
Democratic Representative and
i re -mvl 2:23; g. d. by Alhoit, (his dam by
Fall Tenn commences September 1st, 1880. Winter Term commences
Democratic joiut Senator for Ben and B. J. Chambers, of Texas, for Imp. Hoeton) son of Alexander’s Abdal
November 24th, 1880. Spring Term commences
Goods of every variety aro continually arriving, direct from ban Francisco, with
Vice President. Ben Buttler re-.j lah; g. ¿j. d. by Biignoli, (record 2:29j),
March 1st, 1881.
ton and Polk are elected..
which they are filling their mammoth brick for the accommodation
son of Mainbrino Chief, sire of Lady
of tlieir many customers in tlie L ake C ountry .
In Benton Whiteaker’» majority
■ Thorne, record 2;18|, and Woodford
X4T PROMINENT FEATURES AND ITEMS OF INTEREST
I tial nomination on the first ballot. I
1« 156. For Supreme Judges,
' Mimibrino, i^ocord 2;21|-r g. g, g. d. by
GALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK !
Pilot Jr., sire of John Morgan, record 1._ The College will be charter«!; and the Normal or Training school for tcachtis
Burnett, Prim and Watson ahead.
A collision occurred between
anil dam of Nutwood, record 2:18^;
will be made, it is hoped by special enactment, an adjunct of the Public Sehocl
One Republicau Senator and two two passenger steamer» in Long 2:24.
g. g. g, g. d. by Ole Bull, (sire of Clii-
syetem, and diplomas made equivalent to first-grade certificates,
Republican Representatives elect- Island Souud last Friday, which cage 2;24.V), son of Ohl Pilot. W ilbum o —Ashland has no saloons. The sale of intoxicating liquors is prohibited by th* Beef Cattle, Hides and Wool Taken in Exchange for Goods
city authorities, who arc sustained by a strong public sentiment.
resulted in the loss of. about fifty i is very large, highly finished and com- o - The
THATCHER & WORDEN.
school is under the supervision of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Thj
In Clackamas George*s majority lives. One of the steamers eifrried ! pactly built.
Both are perfectly sound and free from
Bible will be reverently read and studied; the worship of God encouraged,
is 252, Republican Supreme 300 passengers, and when the col blomirfh, and were purchased for use in
but the institution will be sectarian in no objectionable sense.
Judges’ about the same.
lision occurred caught fire,, and I my own breeding stud: but will he al- 4.—Patrons living at a.distance can arrange tlirough the President for beard
i lowed to serve a limited number of mares
In Clatsop George's majority is the wildest panic prevailed.
i during the season of 1880, at C ascade 5. The Musical Department is mentioned as specially worthy of confidence :u:;l
43, Supveihe Judges’ 60. Repub
I S tock F arm , three miles cast of Link;
lican liepreseutative elected.
Tn a recent talk General Han i ville, Ogu., at $75 the season, with priv
£>®r*Address all communications to
In Columbia Whiteakers major cock declared that in his opinion ilege of returning such marcs as do not
ity i» 19, Democratic Supreme no one could ever be elected to ' prove in foal. Excellent and safe i.ns-
Ashland College and Normal School,
I turc /rcr during the season.
the office of President who favors | ^•ff'For particulars and free pamp^let-
Pn Coos Wbiteaker’s majority is the ulti state-rights theory, or who ' history of the trotting horse, address.
57, Republican Representativeaud ”'ould countenance any move
JAY BEACH, Linkville, J Ogn.
THE ASHLAND DRUG STORE
Joint Representative elected.
ment to do away with the Four
In Curry Democratic state tick teenth and Fifteenth Amendments
IS GIVEN AT PRESENT IN PRESENTING THE CELEBRATED
BUC I E T1 E S
et has 35. majority. Democratic of the Constitution.
HAS BEEN REMOVED TO
C11 AM PION ST A LL ION
Joiut Sttuaior for Coos aud Curry 1
Ashland Lodge No. 189,1. 0. G. T.
Brick Pomerov writes a letter Meets at the new lodge room, Masonic Hall, every
Butler & Rockfellow.
In Grant Republican state tick to the Irish World, explaining Friday evening a 8 o'clock p. m . Brothers and MASONIC BUILDING
that the “Democrat” suspended in sisters in good standing are coriiaily invited to at
et has about 80 majority.
T<) the laeeders of Jackson and surrounding counties, at* the moderate fee of
tend. The Temple meets every first uni third Wed
In Linn Whiteaker’s majority J consequence of the rascality of i nesday in each moutti.
Average majority of1 bis partner. lie says the Tablet,
T. O; ANDREWS, W .0. T.»
J. M. W aonkk , Secretary.
Democratic Supreme Judges 82.
Main Street, Anhand,
OF eight weeks from lima of beginning extending to July 18th, 1880, making
Republicans elect Senator and t»vo
Ashland Lodge l^io. 23.
at Maj. Barron’s, and two days of each week (Fridays and Saturdays}
Rep resentatiyesu On county tick subscribers of the Democrat for
’s place, adjoiniim Ashland, known as the Appiegate farm. The
AVING SUCCEEDED MRS. M. W. TIAR-
et Republicans eleeted County the time for which they have paid.
outline of pedigree and description of thu horse: COMMO
A. F. ft A. MT..
Judge, Clerk, Sheriff, Superin i In the future Pomerov will be a Hold» ttu-ir stated couinranlcatiun» Thursday even
that was bred by Mr. Jonathan Owen, of Paris, B<>u[bon
the public that they offer for tale a full line of
7th, 1873. He was sired by Dr. Herrs “M'»b*rino-
tendent and one Commissioner.
Lady Thorn -tlie fastest trotter and Queen <>f the
In Umatilla Whiteakefs major Tablet- --------- - -
Trotting Turf in her day—having met tile famous “Goldsmith Maid” in six engage
W. H. ATKINSON, W. M. I
ity is 1'48. Democratic Supreme
ments, defeating her in each and every race, without the “Maid being able to win.
The Secretary of the Treasury J. 8. E vmasks , See'y.
c¿L a. S3
single heat. (In proof see TurY History,) COMMODORE’S first dam was got
Judges’ about the same.
has forwarded to the Senate a
Downing’s “Bay Messenger,” he by “Harpinus. by Bishop s “Hamblet<uiian,
In Washington the Republican statement of the expenses incur-
by “Sir Archy, by'
STAPLE and FANCY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, by “Imported Messenger. ' Second dim by “Bertram!,
state ticketiias majority of 340. I red by the United States in the
I. O. O. F.,
BoM their regular meetieg every Saturday even
In Yamhill George’s majority is 1 war of
the rebellion, also the spe-
HAL'S, CAPS, HARDWARE,
at their hall in Aeblan-1. Brother» iu good Stationery.
who bred the dam of COMMODORE MAMBRINO, and iu fact his breeding for
1'54. Republican Supreme Judg ! cific amount paid on the principal ng
Macding are cardüilly inwted to attend.
_ an ; d -
generations (upon his dam’s side) was directed by the excellent judgment of that,
A. D. HELMAN, N. G.,
, of the public debt thereby incur-
Groceries and Provisions, intelligent gentleman, the honored owner of the famous “Bertrand.
Fo. D e P f . att . Secretary.
I -—D escription —COMMODORE MAMBR1NO is a rich, «lark bay’ in color,
i red. The statement of the expen-
Bands of cattle, sheep and hors-1
with slight white on each hind heal, measuring over 16 hands in height, standard
CROCKERY and GLASS-WARK,
! ses growing out of the war, from
measure (string measure making him about 16J hands high); weight, when fat or
In great variety and ornew aial virion» design».
•s are being driven to- the Lake July 1, 1861, to June 30, 1879,
ROSEBURG MARBLE WORKS.
in high flesh (Jan. 1. 1880), 1,372 ILs., in uualeratc condition, as at present, 1,250
—PURE WINES and LIQUOKS—
country in great numbers, and the
A»ud everything uanally found in • I pounds. We will not attempt further to give a description of such a inodol of
i inclusive of the amounts in gross
-For medical pnrposes-
ranges will probably be pretty well i of the expenditures, were $6,796,-
I perfection in beauty aud power, but hope that the breeders of this section will give
Having taken the agency for R. Bracken
occupied, during the season, but
him sufficient attention for a personal investigation, for which purpose weever
i 792,508; ordinary expenditures, ridge's M:ubk Works of Roseburg, I will tccelve
-A N D-
,, ,, r, j ! take pleasure in showing _ hi lim. And it should m>t be ignored or forgotten that size
had the past winter been a favora I $609,549,123; specific expendi-
orders for any work needed iu this line in
And we also propose to sell all Goode I with elegance of form are indispensably
necessary in producing horses for any pur
ble one the country would prob I turesof the war, $6,187,243,385»
pose at the present time for which we can obtain remunerative prices in our inark-
- ASHLAND AND VICINITY —
PAINTS, Oin8. VARNISH. GLASS,
ably have been, rather over-crowd
the lack of which cannot be made up by’ a boasted lineage, or the speed of a
“CHEAP FOR CASH !”
Those wishing to see designs and team the prices
BRUSHES, ETC., ETC.
Otticial Vote of JucL*>n Cnnnljr.
The public demand a horse of substance, style and finish, (not a pony,
ed with stock, and the pasturage
c^n do so by calling upon me in A »bland.
CANDIES, NUTS ah » FINE CONFECTIONS.
I even though he should be “on stilts.”) To select the proper Stallions to breed
would have been cropped and
A. 8. JACOBS.
i to is a question of grave consideration to the breeder, ami one which depends so
Following is the vote received by the
trodden to such an extent as to in various candidates in Jackson county..
much upon the qualities.of the dam (or mare to be breed) that it is hard for any
jure it for years to come. So, to
ane to advise, without knowing the facts upon both sides of the question, as well
Majorities FRANCO-AMERICAN HOTEL,
as the object desired. To say that a horse will get colts for »¡iccific purposes, out
philosophize over the losses of the John Whiteaker ....
of any and all kinds of mates, is simply preposterous. In my opinion, to produce
winter, we may regard them as M. C. George...........
for goods. the horse of general use (or “horse of all work’’), we must not look too much to
really of future benefit to the
MADAME HOLT still continues to
gigantic proportions, and especially when such dimensions are composed of (or con
wait upon guests at thia loDg-eetab ASHLAND HARNESS
country. It is difficult ta lose the J. IL Kelley.............
sist in) an over amount of flesh, or fat, produced by feeding, not, breeding; how
AGENTS FOR THE NEW WIL ever, high form, with good bone and muscular development, is among the princi
sense of severe present loss in the
spare no puina in the endeavor to give
SON OSCILLATING SHUTTLE
pal requisites for a stallion in use, but’they should be natural, and without too
view of future advantage, espe Jno. Burnett...........
much flesh made to show the points of power in the annual. And, remember, that
W. P. Lord.............
cially to those who may have been J. B. Waldo.............
to know the blood and manner <>i breeding in the siro, is of first importance to
those who would improve the standard of their horses.
financially crippled by the blow, E. B. Watson...........
We come to the farmers and breeders with a first-cla^s animal, as the given ac-
but to consider tbe Lake country
MANUFACTURER OF,AND DF.AT.ER IN
Thankful for past patronage, a share
l count of the facts and investigation will plainly show, for the purpose of improv
m the aggregate of its prospects,, T. B. Merry.............
11TB SHALL HE PLEASED TO WAIT VP- ing the standard of our common stock, as well as the horse fi r turf purposes.
327 of public favor is solicited.
oliali cus'oui.r» ;u.d w 11 du our best U»
prosperity and capital, it is safe W. II. O'Dell...........
i order to be consistent ill the first prop >sition, we keep the horse at a very low fig-
give them satirfiCtion.
! ure, so as to be w ithin the reach of all who may desire such improvement not de
to say it will be the better tor the
nianding a hundred dollars or two in gold coin, for his services, as is usual for such
recent severe winter. Every such II. K. Hanna........... ... .1032
Butler & llock tel low.
stallion. However this horse will not stand at such a reduced figure the follow
eeps a general assort - Ashland. May 16, 1879.
experience must have a tendency C. W. Kahler........... .... 665
season, as this is but a fracti<m < f what is generally demanded for the services
menfc of goods in his line of trade.
of an animal of his class. Any well bred and finely-formed mares that have failed
to aettle definitely the exact status,
—OF THE —
to produce during a space of three y ears, and are found to be sound ami health?
Ladies9« Mens’ and Boys’ Sad
resources and capability of the T.
A. P. llannnond....
(by an examination of tlie same) will be bred on shares or to insure for $37.50 pay*-
dles, a Speciality.
A s h. I a a
country, and the sooner this is REPRESENTATIVES
. able when mare is known to be in foal. The season fee w ill be due within or by
reached, tlie better it will be, for Tlios. Smith............
expiration of the season. But cash w ill not be required in cases wherein it is
Team, Buggy a>nd Plow Harness, Ashland and Linkville the
inconvenieirt to make such payment; as approved note giving ample time, or pro
not until then can a solid, ernlur- A. C. Stanley...........
duce so far a* needed will answer the purpose. As reference to this horse’s quali
ing growth of prosperity be count W. H. Atkinson....
ties as a breeder, I will refer you to tlie premium list of tlie Sonoma ami Marin
BOOT & SHOE STORE
ed upon. The people will under II C. Mingus.................
DUSTERS r|TUE SUBSCRIBER WILL BEREAF- District Agricultural Society of California, during the years ’78 and ’79 where
stand now better than they did be COUNTY II DUE
I ter run a line ol stage daily between his stock has been shown with advantage; as to his success as a sire I will furnish a
J. Da v...................
THANKS TO THE PUBLIC
fore last winter just what the S.
Ashland and Linkville. for the '.r.u r . list from the season books of his patrons at above stated place to any gentleman
wishing to make investigation. Good pasturagn at either stand for the present
For their Liberal 1’atroooge. which he
risks ar? in wintering stock with COMMISSIONERS
inchester R epeating R ifles tation of passengers and express matter.
at reasonable rates. To the patrons of the Stallion herein set forth we
accepts os testimo ¡y <4 their appre
—On Mondays, Wednesdays, ami Fri- furnish Breeding Certificates, (gotten up expressly for the purposjj, in printed
out preparation for some care ofi R. A. Cook...............
i (eoinnioiily called Henry Rifles) oi
dayi, at 5 o’clock a . m , a fine
form), giving the blood-tracing of the horse, with other facts, as day and dates of
This will cause some1 A. Alford..................
model of 1866,. >• 1873, and 1S76
transactions in the stud. When proj^rly filled out, signed and delivered to
ranchers to do more work, and
FOUR HORSE COACH
he has something of a valid nature to show the ori ’in of the stock he
Pistols, Cartridges, Etc.
Witr. start from Ashland, arriving at Link is rearing, which will be of great advantage to him uhou he wishes to sell or dis
may give some a distaste tor the
he IS IN FAVCB OF THOSE WIIO
ville in the evening of the same <1 xy.
business, but it will result in SHERIFF
pose of the same, as a document in proof of the animal s breeding would shut out
WEAR GOOD DOOTS AND ‘
WHEAT Taken at the Highest
much speculation and question of doubt so commonly raised by designing purchas
placing the stock interests upon a Evan Kearnes...........
Market Kates in Exchange
a good animal of real worth is put upon the market for
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in the
surer basis, where it will be im < LEKS
a ten year old boy could take his well bred horse-
Ashland, Jure 27th, IS"6.
Materials of all kiuil». such as
morning, arriving iu Asblacd in tbe
possible for them to suffer as much H.» Klippel........... ..
purchasers) ami sell the auimal for its value
Resperifd!y. J. A. MERRICK,
again from an unfavorable seaso» T. T. McKenzie...
FRENCH AND ALLICATOR GOODS,
two-horse hack or buck-board
Importer ami Agent.
as they have suffered.
Ax<l anjthiag el»e that the public ai»y r nir*
To Improve the Stock of this Section of
$20 For tlie Season
New Goods !
Saddlery & Harness,
H. Pape ............
woman suf P. Donegan.......
O. R. MYER,
will make the trip.
ALWAYS ON HAND,
Kearney is not a
The stages connect with hacks lor Lake
And all work gotten up in the
fragist, neither is Mrs. Kearney, j SCHOOL supt .
as the following press dispatch of J. D. Fountain....
^J'Express charges reasonab'.a
MISSES L. V. AHO M. H. ANDEflSON,
the 12tb, from Chicago, indicates:! L. F. Will.ta.........
OFFICE in Ashland at the livery stable. LINKVILLE, LAKE CO., OREGON.
“Iu the Greenback Convention !
In Liukville at Thatcher & Worden’s tore.
yesterday a woman suffragist made ' B. C. God¿uird.. ..........
ELEGANT SUMMER HATS, TRIMMED AND
— X»BALER IN —
H. F. PHILLIPS,
an appeal for that party to assist! SUKVEYOB
ASHLAND, - - - ■ OREGON,
them, in gettiug a ballot. This
STOVES, TIN aaà ÏÏABD Hau- Ornamenht,
brought Kearney to his feet, and
SALE AND FEED STABLES ! Keejs constantly on h^cd a fine assort
in one oi his usual speeches he
ment of the best
ALPHA CHAPTER NO. I, 0. E. 3. PISTOLS AND AMfflUNITIOKOF ALL KINDS,
J. ST. T. SCiller & Co.Pr’s,
proceeded to denounce the women
COMMON FLINT AND PEBBLE CLASSES, IN
Will hold its stated meetings on the
Injects, eic, ete.
shriekers, and wournl up byde-j * il e,,. _____ ____ .................
- -------- —
SCHOOL BOOKS, * ETC.
First and Third Tuesday in each
■elaring that before be left home The Lakeview Er/tmi.'«., trusting to i
Dree, making a a , eci >D'y. Al»o (he,agency for the
RUBBER AND CELLULOID
Large new b.trn and corral, and every
W arniu C obrlt .
his wife told him that if he iavored luck, n.o doubt, anrovticed in its issue
MASONIC HALL, ASHLAND.
artangeirunt t<< give satisfaction iu every
C-2! "Onterj from a diatnnee will receive prompt at
giving women the right to vote, of the 10th that the entire Detnocraác .branch of.the business.
.’^“Something New in Spectacles—
All members in good standing are in
instead of receiving him with a state ticket was elected by a Urge iua-
Patent adjustable and changeable vited to attend.
Glasses and Frames. Call and Bee
HAY, QRAtf AND FLOUR
kiss «he would meet him with a jority.
your own t°
Term» and tóou'fit
SlÇ frt 9III’er 4»yat home. Sample» worth 35 free
MRS. M. E. McCALE, W. M.
ÔCC a week in J,our
Pkirti.n^ j¿e ** * V fcVAddreee S tinoon k Co., Port Luid, Maine.
Addreej H. H allett &
J,. S. E cbahka , S ec .
Fare (each wayl.............. . ..................-......... S8 00