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TIDINGS a : omi \ a tio . v
a t cincinna tl
JUNE 25, USD.
A shland C ollege and N ormal S chool
The National Democratic con
vention met on Tuesday, aud nom
inated Gen. W. S. Hancock for
Ashland, Jackson Co nty, Oregon,
President on the second ballot,
The stranger who visits the1 Thursday morning. Seymour had
growing village of the Little Butte ’
country at this time of year will ;
be phased with the bright and not accept the nomination, and
Tilden also announced that he did
Dark bay stallion, foaled 1875. Bred
thrifty appearance of the town, I not wish to be the uoniinee.
and if bo has heard of the “awtul •
REV. LOWELL L. ROGERS, A. M., F hfusidest ,—Profesor ef Natural- Sc&tce, Mentó ani
Winheid Scott Hancock was (Vol 111. p. 30, Wallace’s Trotting Reg
stickiness’* of the soil aud expects
ister). Sired by “the great sire of trot-
to see houses and people aud fen-!
REV. LaDRU ROYAL, A. M.,—Prüfesror of Litln and Greek Lmgu ges
ees covered with an ¡«erasable
■as. A. A. R9GER3, PaECEPTaEss,—Teacher of El Ion, Priac 4>d of Prej^ aory Dspirtn'J .
coating of adobe, will be very entered West Point. He served Son of Alexander’s Abdallah, sire of
MISS ELLA. M. SCOTT,—Teacher of PL loo , Orgin aud Vocal Cu tare.
agreeably disappointed. On all as Lieutenant in the Mexican war, !I Goldsmith Maid, record 2:14; dam by
Brown Chief, son of Mambrino Chief,
hands are appearances of comfort
MISS KALT THORNTON, A ssist a nt T eacher .
sire of Lady Thotne, record 2:18|; g. d.
and good' taste on the part of the
by Imp. Hooton, sire of the dam of Lulu,
record 2:15; g. g. d. by Bertrand, the great
eitizens. The houses are neat and
four-mile-race-horse; g. g. g. d. by imp.
Book-keeping, Busineea Ari’bmeiic. EnelUh Composition and <»th»r branch r specially pn-
well kept, the gardens in the cen
Buzzard, sire of the dam of Woodpecker,
pi.ruocy for bui-ine*- hi- w-ill receive onueo 1 »tten ion.
tral part of the village, irrigated
Tbe be«t training and in»uuctioD tukifded thoee preparing ’o leucb: Higher Mathematics taught
pme.ic.Jly and thoiouglily.
from the n.ill race by an ingenious Rebellion broke out he declared mont will at the proper time be given a
record which will ensure a large demand
contrivance in the shape of large,
C oujsss of Study.
for his colts. (Almont is the property of
picturesque Water wheels, are
Gen. W. T. Withers, Lexington, Ken.)
1. —Classical, requiring six years, including preparatory studies. Graduates
green and flourishing, and, alto sion in California. He served all
receive the degrees of A. B. and A. M.
gether, the town presents an in
requiring threb years. Degree conferred, B.
Bay stallion, foaled 1877; bred by
viting appearance. It is favorably honor at South Mountain, Antietam
—Normal, Commercial and Musical, occupying three years feach. Diplomas
given certifying to attainments of graduates.
situated, being in the midst of an and Gettysburg, being severely Gen. Wm. T. Withers, Lexington, Ky.
He (Vol. 3, p. 669, Wallace’s Register.)
extensive agricultural and grazing wounded at Gettysburg.
Sired by Alamo, son of Almont, sire of
country, and with a continuance gained the rank of Major General, Fanny Witherspoon, five-yeRr-old, rec
ord 2:22j, and ten with technical records
of the public spirit already exhib
TUITION. - £6 a month, $15 a quarter, $40 a year. One »cEMar three years,
of 2:30 or better. (No other horse of
or three, in same family, cne year, $109. Instrumental Music or Voice
ited by its leading citizens will
his age has more than four.) He also
$5 a month. Vocai music m class $3 a quarter- Board $3.50 a
steadily increase in business, pop
sired Allie West, sire of Jewett, that has
week. Rooms or Cottages for self-boarding $2 to $5 a motith. Tuition in
ulation and prosperity. The most
the /u.'i/e.s/^hree-year-old record (2:23A)
all cases payable in advance in cash or acceptable notes.
important business of the place is was assigned to the command of ever made. Alamo’s dam by Alexander s
(see above). Wilburn's dam
that of the flouring mill, built by the department of the Atlantic. Abdallah
by Melbourne Jr., sire of Jim Irving,
Jno. Daley and sons, which has
record 2:23; g. d. by Alhoit, (his dam by
CELEBRATION IN ASHLAND.
Fall Term commences September 1st, 1880. Winter Terrn commenced
Imp. Hooton) son of Alexander's Abdal
the reputation of turning out flour
November 24th, 1880. Spring Term commences
The committee of arrangements lah: g. g. d. by Brignoli, (record 2:29|),
of the best quality. The propri
March 1st, 188L
son of Mambrino Chief, sire of Lady
etors are enterprising and.energet for the celebration in Ashland Thorne, record 2:18}, and Woodford
PROMINENT FEATURES AND ITEMS Of INTEREST
ic and deserve much credit for have decided to have it on Satur Mambrino, record 2:21}; g. g. g. d. by
their influence in building up the day, the 3d, instead of Monday, Pilot Jr., sire of John Morgan, record 1. —The College will be chartered; and the Normal or Training school for teachers
and dam of Nutwood; record 2:18L
will be made, it is hoped by special enactment, an adjunct of the Public Schccl
village. Besides the mill, there in order to allow those who wish 2:24,
g. g. g. g. d. by Cle Bull, (sire of Chi
syetem, and diplomas made equivalent to first-grade certificates.
are two stores, two blacksmith
cago 2:24}), son of Old Pilot. Wilburn 2. —Ashland has no saloons. The sale of intoxicating liquors is prohibited by the
shops and two public houses, but Jacksonville celebrations. Instead is very large, highly finished and com
city authorities, who are sustained by a strong public sentiment.
no saloon—the red ribbon is seen of a formal oration, the Committee pactly built«
3. —The school is under the supervision of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The
Both are perfectly sound and free froni
Bible will be reverently read and studied; the worship of God encouraged;
ou the coats of nearly all the have decided to have short extem blemish,
ami were purchased for use in
the institution will be sectarian in no objectionable sense.
young nieu in town.
i poraneous speeches from a num my own breeding stud; but will be al 4. —Patrons living at a distance can arrange through the President for boars! a.i.l
The citizens of Engle Point look ber of well-known citizens, which lowed to serve a limited number of mares
the season of 1880, at C ascade 5. —The Musical Department is mentioned as specially worthy of confidence a; i
forward to the futureof their town will no doubt prove an agreeable during
S tock F arm , three miles east of Link
with higher expectations, too, than departure from the old ruts. Af vine, Ogn., at $75 the season, with priv
jZSV-Addrcss all eorrmrinications to ’
to see it merely a little trading ter the usual diversions of the day ilege of returning such mares as do not
village for a secluded farming and there will be a dance, commencing prove in foal. Excellent and safe pas
Ashland College and Normal SchcoF,
pastoral region. Like the people immediately after supper, and con ture free during the season.
,^-For particulars and free pamphlet
of many other towns of the unde tinuing until 12 o’clock.
history of the trotting horse, address.
veloped portions of the state, they
JAY BEACH, Linkville, Ogn.
THE ASHLAND DRUG STORE
are hoping to hear the echoes of H. C. M yer ,
F. M. D rake ,
the locomotive whistle reverberat
S ocieties .
ing among the hills about them
HAS BEEN REMOVED TO
before many years. And, fium
Ashland Lodge No. 189,1. 0. G. T.
what we can learn of the topo
Butler & Rockfellow
Meets at the new lodg» room, Maeuuic Hull, every
Friday evening • 8 u cluck p. m . B i others aud
graphy ot the country, the chances
Meters In good ev<nairg »re corlially invited to at MASONIC BUILDING
appear Very favorable for their
tend. Tue Temple meet» every firet and third Wed
valley being iu the route of any
nesday in each montu.
T. O. ANDREWS, W .C. T.,
road which may come in from the
Lake country to strike Rogue riv-
ar valley and conuect with the 0.
À91ilun<t Lodge No, 23. I
----- DEALERS IN------
& C. railroad..
MYER & DRAKE,
E J. FARLOW,
J. D. FOUNTAIN,
TIRA PATTAR'? ER’S FOR
The Best Goods, at Hie Lowest Prices,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Stationary, School Books, Etc.,
••HONEST DEALING, AND A FAIR PROFIT.”
TYIX <£> û Û
FOUNTAIN & FARLOW.
To Improve the Stock of this Section of
TO the breeders of Jackson and surrounding counties, at the moderate fee of
$20 For the Season
OF eight weeks from fhne cf beginning oxteneling to July 18th, 1880, making”
headquarters at Maj. Barron’s, and two days of each week (Fridays and Saturday»)
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. Jonathan Owen, of Paris, Bourbon
county, Ky.; foaled June 7th, 1873. He was sired by Dr Herr’s “Mobrino
Patchen,” a full brother to “Lady Thorn’’—the fastest trotter and Que*n of the
Trotting Trtrf 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 io win
a single heat, (lirproof see Turf 51 istory,) COMMODORE S first dam was got
by Downing’s “Bay Messenger,” he by “Harpinus,” by Bishop’s “Hambletonian,”
by “Imported Messenger.” Second dam by “Bertrand,” by “Sir Archy,” by
“Imported Diomed”. Third dam, 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 esckiition —COMMODORE MAMBRINO is a rich, dark bay in color,
With slight white on each hind heel, measuring over 16 hands in height, standard
measure (string measure making him about )6Jr li aids high); weight, when fat of
in higlrllesh (Jan. 1, 1880), 1,372 lbs., in moderate condition, as at present, 1,250
pounds. We will not attempt further to give a description of such a model of
perfection in lieauty and power, but hope that the breeders of this section will give
luin sufficient attentir>n for a personal investigation, for which purpose we ever
take pleasure in showing him. And it should not be ignored or forgotten that size
with elegance of form are indispensably necessary in producing horses for any pur
pose at the present time for which we can obtain remunerative prices in our mark
ets—the lack of which cannot be made up by a boasted lineage, or the speed, of a
gazelle. The public demand a horse of substance, style and finish, (nof a pony,
even though he should be “on stilts. ) To select the proper Stallions to breed
brestfer and one which depends so
I to is a question of grave consideration to the breeder,
! much upon the qualities of the dam (or mare to be breed) that it is hard for any
’ one to advise, without knowing the facts upon both sides of the question, as well
AVINÒ fiUCCEKDED MRS. M. W. IÎAR-
To say that a horse will get colts for specific purposes, out
O a VUIK IB Un: Ouni e*-, Wuuid Ul>> U1KX lu as the object desired.
is simply preposterous. Io my opinion, to produce
ib< y ub.ic ihm they òtti f r n.* *' ftut Hue ■ f
l the horse of general use (or “horse of all work”), we must not look, too mack t<>
gigantic proportions, and especially when such dimensions are ermposed of (or con
üt-I-3æJS»an.3iLn-> sist b¥) an over amount of flesh, or fat, produced by feeding, not breeding; how-
ci er, high form, with g >i>d bone and muscular development, is among the princi-
sü fi sa jb *
| phi requisites for a stallion in use, but they sh..uhl be natural, and without too
much flesh made to show the points of power in the animal. And, remcmlier, that
STAPLE and FANCY GOODS, DRE-iS GOODS, I to know the blood sod niinner of breeding in the sire, is of first, importance to
those who would improvx the st-wdiu d of their horses...
DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC ,
CLOIHING. DOO'S and SHOES,
We come to the farmers and breeders with a first class animal, as the given ac
BATS, CAPS, HARDWARE,
count of the farts and investigation will plainly show, for the purpose of improv
- a n ; d -
ing the standard of our common stock, as well as the horse for turf purposes. In
in the first proposition, we keep the horse at a very low fig
Grocerie s and Prorlsiens, ure,, so to as be to consistent
be within tne reach of all who may desire such improvement—not de
manding a hundred dollars or two in gold coin, for his *e?vrCes, as is Usual for such
CROCKERY und GtASg-W rtlF.,
a stallion. How ever this horse will not stand at such a reduced figure the follow
In great variety «rd of new sd 4 virion* design*;
ing season, as this ls but a fraction of what is generally demanded for the services:
Aiid everything u’»unity found in
of an animal of his ciass. Any7 well-bred and finely-formed mares that have failed
—PUKE WINES AX© LIQUORS—
tn produce during a space of three years, and are found to be sound and healthy
-FMr medical purpuxes-
(by an examination of the same) will be 1 red on shares or to insure for $37.50 pwy
aWe when mare is known to Le in fowl. 1 he season fee will he due withm or by
And we also prop ».4 to sell all Goode the expiration, of the season. Birt cash will not be required in cases wherein it is
-A N D-
raeoD-venient to make such payment; as approved note giving ample time, or pro
— C i g a r 8. —
so far aer needed will answer the purpose. As reference to this h?rse> quali
“CHEAP FOR CASH !’r
ties les a ht*i4der, I will refer you to the prcmi’rtii Tist of the Sonoma and Mirin
PAINTS, OILS. VARNI<n. GLASS,
District Agricultural Society of California, during the years '78 and ’79, where
BRUSHE’’, I TC.. ETC
his stock has been shown with advantage; as to his success as a sire I will furnish a
CANDIES, NUTS am » FINE CONFECTIONS
•Quick Saletand Small Profits” list from the s^iikoii books of his patrons at above stated place to anv gentleman'
wishing to make investigation. Good pasturage at either stand for‘the present
season, at reasonable rates. To the patrons of the Stallion horein set forth we
Carefull, conpouoded of the fineet drej».
furnish Breeding Certificates, (gotten up expressly for the purpose, rw printed
Taken in exchange for goods. form), gmng the Idood-h'aCilig of the horse, with other facts, as day and dates of
such transaction« m the stud. When.properly filled out, signed aud delivered to
the breeder, he has something of a valid nature to show the origin of the stock he
AGENTS FOR THE NEW WIL is rearing, which will be of gieat advantage io him when he wishes to sell or dis
SON OSCILLATING SHUTTLE
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 and speculators, when a good animal of real worth is put upon the market for
sale. By this useful arrangement, a ten-ycar old boy could take his well bred horse
to any’market (attended by intelligent purchasers) and sell the animal for its value.
Respectfully; J*. A MERRICK,
yyT£ SHALL FE PC.TÍASED TO WAIT UP-
Importer and Agent.
oo nil cus i.u.-r* u.d w 11 do our be .-I to
New Store !
A. F. &. A. 71-
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
It appears as though we have
Hokl« their etated commoutcation* Thurrday even
been mistaken about the position of II AR DWARE, ¡OX« on or before ihe fall moon. Brethren La guud
Blanding are cordially invi ed to attend.
the people of Ashland upon the
W. H. ATKINSON, W. M.
The saloon is
J. 8. E ubabks , 8ec’y.
how running with entire publicity,
and the proprietor stalks about, STOVES,
Ashland Lodge No. 4.5,
master of the situation. A fine,
I. O. O. F..
which «as imposed upon him
Hold their regular meeting every Saturday even-
several weeks ago by the Recorder,
ng ut their hall in Aehlun.l. Brother» in good
standing are cjrdhdly inviied to attend.
remains unpaid, and uo move has
A. D. ITELMAN, N. G.,
been made to collect it.. The
E d . D e P katt . Secret .ry.
Town Trustees tell us that the)’
did not receive the promised sup
ROSEBURG MARBLE WORKS.
port of the citizens in meeting the
expenses attendant upon the legal EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT IN A FIRST-CLASS
Having taken the ugeDcy for R. Bn-ikeo.
action taken against the saloon,
ridge’» Marble Wo;ks of Ru-tburg, I will iece;ve
and concluded to let the matter
orders for any work needed iu thit liue in
drop. This is exceedingly unfor
-ASHLAND AND VICINITY—
tunate for the town, and if the
JOB WOBZ a specialty !
Thu*e wishing to *ee de-igt e aDd learn the prices
Saloon be allowed to continue as
can do so by calling upon me in Ashland.
it is Ashland will in a very short
A. 8. JACOBS.
time drop from its position as a
M. & D.
refuge for rum-tempted victims, a '
FRANCO-AMERfCAJi HOTEL, Ì
bom« of security for youth, to the '
H. C. HILL,
Common plane of towns in which
the liquor business is unrestricted.
MADAME HOLT still continues to
wait upon guests at ibis loug-ectul»
When this is accomplished our
imbed boose, and is determined to
town will have lost a most im
spare no pains in tbd endeavor to give
portant factor of its growth and
satisfaction to the public. Viaitors
prosperity, as will be conceded by
will at all times find the tables supplied
with tbe beat fare to be bad iu boutb-
all thinking and observant citizens
who have noted the influences
Thankful for past patronage, a share
whieh have built it up. Already
of public favor is solicited.
some ot our neighbors, good citi BAUM & 11 ILL* 4-4.tr
zens, who strive hard to let liquor
alone, and succeed to a great ex
tent when there is no saloon to
tempt them with the pungent
fumes from its doors, are seen
OPENED TIIEIR NEW FURNITURE
A e Û, 1 a « d
staggering about the streets, and S AVE
»lore xviih a full »tuck vf
this is but the early fruit of the
saloorv. When the full harvest is Full Chamber Sets,
gathered in, who shall count tlw
blasted lives, who shall estimate
& SHOE STORE
the misery of ruined hopes and
Square and Center Tables, THANKS TO THE PUBLIC
prospects. Anti the responsibilty '
For their Liberal Patronage, which be
cannot be charged alone upon the Book Gases, Cupboards,
accept* as testimony of ibeir appre
man who keeps the saloon. It is
ciation Ilis purpose is U>
shared bv the eitizens who sustain What-Nots,
“Grow With the Place. 'r
him, or allow him to continue, in ■
IIÊ H IN FAV0B OF THOSE WHO
Furniture ! f
Furniture ! !
17 VERY TUNG IN THE LINE OF BOUSE
HuLU F u i.i^iiug Guud-, wtfcb they will
9,3 at ihe lowest prices.
When, in the heat of the county
campaign, the Jacksonville Times
published the statement of » cor •REPAIRWAfiD UPHOLSTERINC iOKt IffON
respondent that W. II. Atkinson I
Saa made a certain attempt to de ¡
BAUM & HILL.
feat ftbe building of the Odd Fel II
lows’ brick halL in Ashland, Mr. I
Atkinson sent a card to the Times, NEW MEAT MARKET!
making a simple denial of the
J. A. BOMANS, Prcp’r.,
charge, over his own s;gnature.
The editor made a brief mention
of Mr. Atkinson denying the
charge, but did not do him the I Or Fresh melt of every kind for s. 1« »f th*
courtesy to publish his card. He lowest piicss.
The best beef the couatry afford*.
probably thought some ot his party
J. A. R.
friends Would prefer to have the
charge unrefuted, and no doubt
the card was “crowded out by a
NOT FAIL to sen«
[<>r our I-rtre List for
LSSO. Er. he to any
press oi more interesting mar ter,”
a l-Irc«-, upon
anyhow. We think thiocan hard
de»cr!ptlntis o' ^very-
11» -nr required f„,
ly be called fair treatment, es
| rrson.H or family use,
We sell »¡I
pecially when the election was f'oods at w.hn!e«Ue prices in ----- >riar.tities
he purchaser. The Iv Institution in America
past before the card was sent top Who
make this their aerial business. Audresa.
3S < A 2 ,’8 M ub;*»b Av»., Chic»«». IU.
WEAR GOOD BOOTS AND
IF’aiSr tP’iDxr tCKJa®tEIl
Materials of all kinds, such as
New Goods !
New Prices !
Butler Ai Rockfrllnw.-
Ashland. May 16, 1379.
VERY BEST STYLE.
Forwarding and Commission
H. ït. MIÏRT0K,
O. R. MYER
- - - - OREGON,
Keeps constantly on bund a fine ui-sort
Ashland and Linkville
J ti l
■^ t * pleated to announce that their Stable» a^
Are in exc-'lent rep»ir, amply provided vlt!l fee«’
ADd that cur turners wil! be w.i ed on
promptlv and in the beet etyle.
Good HACKS Exo»l'*nt BUGGIES and
RIDING HORSES «Jwaje un hand.
C^ynorMB promptly cared far, andj^TJ
Tourists and Others Outfitted
I wish to inform the public that I have
completed my new
I claim, to make
THE BEST PICTURES IN SOUTHERN ORECON.
G »• :ne a tri.il :n««i b” s t
a "«re to give satisl'acl 3 i <>r i-k
I V U ' 1 -
J. W. Ri&GS,
C. K. KLUM,
Saddlery & Harness^
FOUR HORSE COACH
A shland , O regon .
MANUFACTURER OF,AND DEALER IN
W ile start tiotn Ashland, uriiving at Link
ville in tbe even.ng < f tl.e same dav.
rm. .zT o ¿w» II«
merit of goods
in Lis line of
8aiiH'duya' in the i Ladies',
MTen«’ and Boys’ Sad
dles, a Speciality.
Tenn, Buggy and’ Plow Harness,
Vv inchester R epeating R ifles
(conmiGiily called Henry Rifles) oi
model of 18ti5, 1873, and 1876
H. F. PHILLIPS,
MISSES L V. AND M. H. ANDERSON,
Lacet., etc, etc.
Dre*, n.nkinga » eri H j. ÄPo the »Remy ft>r the
W a KSFK Ct«l€fs«T
der« from u dicUx.ee will ¿eceive prompt al
Tne'day», Tbur-d «ys and
m .rni ¡g, arriving in A^SSnd in ibe
COMMON FLINT ANO PEBBLE CLASSES, IN
evening. On tbe al'ernve day* a
twu liorse back oi buck-bo.ud
GOLD. SILVER. NICKEL. STEEL,
RUBBER AND’ CELLULOID
* ill make the trip.
F B a Mi .8.
Fare <e.cb way)................................................. gg 00
.^■•Something New in Spectacle»—
The stages c .nnect with hacks tor Lake
Patent adjiistubie and changeable view and Fort Rlantath.
Glasses aud Fratnéa.
Cull and se»
Expies- charges ress'mable
< 'JMCE hi As’n.and r.t the livery stable.
I j Liukviile at Thatcher A Worden’s tore.
Linkville Livery StaNesr.
riMIE SUBSCRIBER WILL HEREAr-
JL ter run a line o' tu-.ige daily between
AslEtuin and Linkville. for tbe ra.«q>o-
laiion of passengers and Express matter.
—On Monday-. Wednesday* and Fri
days, at 5 o’clock A. m , a fine
mem of tbe be-t
AS A L * RGB AN D COM MODIOUS WA R F-
h,Mi — —Ajupl- t.oni t«, Mitr- fwiehr snd
Oa the ehurteet n «tice
• wry kind of |.ro‘V«ic*. ^e ebuos of S trN»ri,
O ei: «»1 wi 1 B l U a to their nte.e:t tu bhip a.l freight í&¿~ 0 . not GM to give the Liai, ville Subic*" a t»>
ttuueigti lins H'Klee.
MANNINO A- WEBft
W.» i, b.C'B, flou- bi’ee, .tc,tc-vMgiiel lo my
c r-Ittr sale or »hi^meru wil. reo v. pruiupl utieu-
i SS f n 5» ÍÍP**r ¿ Y"1 h"Die. Samj.'e« worh Í5 free
tÜTMaik good# cire of U. L. M.
I 4>»U **uAddiM» BTiwuov A Ou., Puriluzi.Mi.iu*
ALWAYS ON HAND,
And all work gotten up in tbs
give them íatirLcllon.
Feed and Bran
MNNAING & WEBS,
FRENCH AND ALLIGATOR GOODS
And anything else that tbe public may r
Pistols, Cartridges, Etc.
WHEAT Taken at the Highest
Market Rates in Exchange
Arblaod, Jure 27th, 1876.
ALPHA CHAPTER NO. I, 0. E. S.
'' ill hold ds stated meetings on the
t’“ ■*/ c/i7 Third Tuesday in each
MASONIC HALL, ASHLAND.
All members in good standing are in
vited to attend.
MRS. M. E. McCAIJ-., W. M.
J. 8. E vb . hks , See.