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Ashland, Jackson County, Oregon.
¡i ihi tlu* Ciiiniid.ltus btitke first iriti-
The people ef the Uniied States i<4, JinyioLf 17 1 AUt:1* v.l.
I ’ lir-Jl.' lTyiie '•'».
have reason to rejoice that from
the presidential campaign before lei I i>i (i (>2. 'i .:
11» 11' i r i c K s
. them the embittering eli uieut ot
sectional strife has b i n « limir.a-
ted, as far ns the p.( rsonal charac- S‘T~»-' S. ~Ii t'-S'C ;. i ¡'1 -3-4i-ri :C
I.OV. ia.T. T.. ROGERS, A. M., P keshx . nt , Fo fen-or . f N.aural Scie-ce, Mentii au I
tcr of tlie nominees is com i ri.ed. -192 voti s were mecssnrv for a
• j /.. . j /
t'.EV. L.vDRC ROYAL, a . M.,-r.-ofessor of L ain aud Greek I.ingu gesuni Literature.
The records ot the two parties choice. \\ iscot
i. 20 mote
cannot, of course, he Idutud out I:er vote, giving
5US. A. A. E
Pur ’Epr.iEs-4, -feic er of S ica ij i, Principal of Pre.» iratory D-jort :»■ r .
» Í * ' /
f ■ f c"*
i and New S n of
front memory’s scróli, atiiï thf New Y oi k. Pen
iiidst-Jliu-l (•<>ldsp]irh send, rer'ord F:i4t dam by
‘"SHnnic-pnrK\n?tme under which a Jcrxt’v followed suit
lb' V.nClo t. :' 'i < ; Mambrino Chief,
cam1 ¡dale is. preseuud is sudicioni wildest ( xcitcn.iciit, and the work .'irr-of
Hl'S KATE THORNTON, A ssistant T kacheb .
La Ir-Tb *im. .v-rd 2 IS] : g.-d. I
then by Imp. 11
to fi n into fresh ulow lift* whiten-
.-ire of the dam of Lulu,
.. d. ly Bertrand,thegieat
ing'?mbcrs ot the old burned-out carried to call the roll agaii , and i vc x'A 2:i‘>;
fóur-iuilv-r'.'.'e-ii' r.-,.';’ g. g. g. d. by imp.
Book-keeping, Pusvci-s ^.rt'bnie'ic. English O>m;»o*h’on nnd ath*r b-lug'ie? ?¡i’C¡.»l y
issues <>t the war. But the action ibis lime the states all vote
Buzzard, ,.;c i-l the (lami f V oodpecker,
p r torv 'f i
Ilf- « II s-c-ivo uoiwu 1 ¡it'eo ion.
T’.e licit trahitni; mil iu?tnic loh «J1 mied tuoi«, pn-jmniig 'o :<uc!i: Iluh-r MaihemntlCA tuii'it
of the convention at Cincinnati idly tor Hancock, except It
sire of iiie lam uis Grey Eagle. Alta
pr.4c.ic ily unii iliiuongtily.
has clipped the wings of thedema- tiie 31) votes ot which wer
mont will at t!;. | roper time be given a
!ie> iii which will ensure : larcrc demand
goguvs of both parlies, who would for Hendricks; Mai viand, ol
Cowses of Sti’d.y.
Lis colts. ( Almont is the property of
soar into the heights of place and two votes were east l"f ii
Gen. V>. T. Wither.:, L< xington, Kell.)
1. —Classical, requiring six years, including preparatory studies. Graduates
power upon the rising breeze ol and Iowa, casting
receive the degrees of A. B. and A. Al.
WI L B u R If,
popular feeling tmd prejudice lilden.
2. —Scientific, requiring three yeais. Degree conferred, B. S.
After the official announcement
which they expected to see accom
y stallion, foaled 1877; bred by
3. —Normal, Commercial ami Musical, occupying three years each. Diplomas
W::i. T. V. ithers. Lexington, Ky.
pany as usual the <|midrvmiial oi the decisive vole and (lie nom- ( .
O given certifying
v O to attainments of graduates.
strife of tlie political elements. Il ination, a number ul rloqm nt
! by Alam i, soil of Almont, sire of
was expected that .‘he Democratic 'pci cl.i s \\ » re 1141 de, a 1.(1
i.' Witherspoon, tiyi'-ycar-o’.df rec-
• :22‘, and ' n v. th te lini, al records
nominee would be one who io Kcl e v', Hi »on 1» du (idled lo th»
TFlTIt >N. - -ifb a month, <15 a. quarter, 840 a year. One scholar three years,
or three, in same fafnilv, ono year, 8104.
Instrumental M'Tstc or A’oice
8omeextenl represent» d lb South
g ■ has more t* <m four.) He also
a quarter. Board $3.50 a
ern Cl ('( d' ot state MiVui'i . ■ -ii i v, I hat i aimioin v .vonId sit ppm t i h<
A.ne ». v.'t, bji*e * ; Jewett, tiiat has
week. Rooms or Cottages for self-boarding 82 to >5 a montb. Tuition in
who had .'•Vinpiil hiz.( d \\;lli ol i nominee*.
( ' s' t!:ri .'-year- . d record (2:23.\)
all cases payable in advance in cash or acceptable notes.
i.'.oe. Alam ■ . <••'.:« by Ah xander’s
aided the armed icsistaiM o to ilie
illah (see ab >ve).
.v.aiiip l;;!al case appealed >
I national authority in the dark
time Jr., sir
t. .Joi ii Mullen, the agent
dttvs ot the first hall of tin* decade
!3; g. <1. bv l 1
Fall Term cmninences September 1st, 1880. Winter Term commences
b ii) son of Ale.':
Slate ol < >!» ami, tinnì the
of ’GO. But Io! the immiin e is one
November 24th, 1880. Spring Term commences
I ■ <1. by Brigi
Marell 1st,. 1881.
sium i ’ s decisati:, in\ olviug
who was an on<4 the lon im -»! in
\i imbrino C
the ranks <4 ihose \\i<> often d
(•♦ 1 i all) Il acts ot sWiill.p
PROMINENT FEATURES AND ITEMS OF INTEREST
i Columbia ciHinty, Mir
), record 2:
sire of Jo
ti 1 >5-1 :n ii .-< a clt d dni li: »•
1.- The College will be chartered; and the N< rin.il or Training school fur tcatTcm
will be made, it is Imped by special enactment, an adjunct of the Public Sck.'I
< r Giovi r > admiiE'Diition,
<1. by Ole
syqiem, and diplomas made equivalent to first-grade certificates.
Secietaiv (f the In’trior.
*.), son of < I
Ashland lias no saloons. The sale of intoxicating liquors is prohibited by fi' j
ii t ■ »1
r ie, highly
I) decided I y the latter iii
city authorities, wlm are sustained by a strong- public sentiment.
; ila* Slate, n versing the
The sclio'•’ is un ler the supervision of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Th?
Bible will be revevciitlv read ami studied; the worship of God encourage-’:
d tic coimm.' ■ a»m r ot thi1
it cannot ei.tin lv, n nD»ve thesiil-
but the institution will be seeterian iu no objectionable sense.
land obice. I Lc'Sccrela-
nhrous smell ol the old hatriciil;)!
1’at runs living at a distance can arrange through the President for bcaiA a.:.l
batt! js from tlm “f;m.p;iig!) unu»"
•\er>:iig tins dtcEsum bold.s
The Musical Department is mentioned as specially worthy of confidence a...l
• maut io ( )ri gon was a
in the coming stniggl
i presenti am! that she had
However tlicelec' i >'imay go,the
J7C'Address all communications to
to all the swamp lands
loyal people of tl.e Nation m a V
h.er boundaries at the date
rest easy in the knowledge that I
Ashland College and Norm 3. 1 Schoc ■,
theichief magistrate wiil l»e one i
i-raiit, and Imd lost no
i»v failure to sellct them
who will maintain the constitution
the time riderlad to in the
us it is, ami will not siilu r the
THE ASHLAND DRUG STORE '«•Jr
camse the Secretary had
national authority, as defined l»v
the constitution, to be n sisted or
o comply with the law in
S O C 1 E T 1 F. s.
: out uml scimitig io tue
questioned. In view ot this !.;ct,
HAS BEEN REMOVED TO
e-r plats ami lists ot swamp
the decision ot the people as to
•ilbin the State as contem-
whom shii.l he givi n the ruins ol
bv the Arkansas grant ot IT ,.l
admini'tra ion tor the next lour
viiicli w i • extended to Ore- t- «ir*»
years should li st solelv upon the
comparison ot the dust met ive prin
1 Minm ota bv the act oi nestl
.0. T ,
ciples ot the pal tie* opposed.
J. 31. W.v;sn:
there are vital issues Lt tween
Main Street, A sit » nd.
them, let. these decide. A good I
1 !ic iio<i
HEA11QL ARilŒ’S FOR
Lcut Leeds, at the Lowest Prices,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
L M E R C H ANDlBE,
Stationery, School Boohs, Etc.,
HONEST DEALING, AND A FAIR PROFIT."
&4X <x> J J *£> 3—
- LX S3 ’ ' <31> UU te
FOUNTAIN & FARLOW.
A BAKE OPPORTUNITY
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 time of beginning extending to July 18th, 1880, making
headquarters at Maj. Barron’s, and two days of each week (Fridays and Saturdays)
at Mr. J. S. Herrin s place, adjeiping
known as the Applegate farm. The
of the horse: COMMO
DORE .MAMBRINO that was bred by Mr. Jonathan Owen, of J’aris, Bourbon
county, Ky.; foaled June 7th, 1873. He was sired by Dr Herr’s “Mobrina
l’atchen, a full brother t<> “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 win
a single heat. (In proof see Turf llistoiy.)
>M M< >1 XtllE’S tifht dam was got
by Downing s “Bay Messenger,’ he bv “Harpinus, ' bv Bishop's “Hambletonian,”
by “1 niported Messenger.” Second dam by “Bebtrand, l»y “Sir Arehy, by
“Imported Diomed ”. Third dam, a line mare said to be thoroughbred, (fchicn
she was without any reasonable doubt) being owned by the late John Hutchcraft,
w ho bred the dam of COMMODORE M AM BRI NO, and in fact his breeding for
generations (upon his dam's side) w;is directed )>y the excellent judgment of that
intelligent gentleman, the honored owner of the famous “Bertrand.
— D esi ’ i ii'Tiox—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 16A hands high); weight, when fat or
in high flesh (Jan. 1, 1880), 1,372 ll»s., in moderate condition, as at present, 1,250
pounds. We will not attempt further to give a description qf such a model of
perfection in beauty and power, but Lope that the breedeis of this section will give
him sufficient attention for a ¡iers nal investigation, for w*!iicli purpose we ever
take pleasure in showing him. And ;t should not be ignored or forgotten that size
I with elegance of form a;e indispeiis.ddy necessary in producing horses for any pur *
pose at the present time for winch we can obtain remunerative prices ixt our mark-
j 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, styta and finish, (not a pony,
: even rliough he should be “on stilts ) To select the proper Stallions to breed
to is a ipie-ti m of grave consideration to the bre** ler, and one which dejiends so
much upon the <pi ilities of the difiu (or mare to be breed) that it is hard fur any’
one t•» ;; i. ise, v. i t >ut knowing the ticts up ui both sides of the question, as well
AVINO SCCCEED1.D MILS. M. W. Il AÏ» I
<1 >i e I
To say that a lmrse will get Colts for specific purposes, ou%
li GAi.ist iu me bui-i et", Mould mi mice io <1S
is simply prep
>sterous. f r:i my opinion, to produce
.1 r.hp.f T l.:.r- 1 y cv> u
til putide that the) oiler f r rule a fuu line i f
), we must not look too much to
.Min. )L(St:¡ i”. in u‘>‘»I
n are composed of (or con
' i ¡.ivi ni lo -.’G-n 1.
sist in) an over amount
mount of riesh,
flesh, or fat, produced bv
by feeding, not
V I KINsON, W. M.
ever, high form, wiih
with g H'd
hone and muscular development, is among the princi
pal requisites for a stallion in use, but they rh>
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 in the sire, is of first importance to
STAPLE aid FANCY GOOD-, DEE'S GOODS,
those wlm would inq rove the stamlard of their horses.
CLOLH1NG, BOOHS and SHOES,
DRUGS, .MEDICINES, ETC
We come to the farmers and luee iers with a first-class animal, a* the given ac-
t of the facts and investigation will plainly show, for the purpose vf improv
standard.of <mr common stuck, as wi ll as the horse for turf purposes. In
- an ; d -
in the first prupoaiUon. we keep the horse at a very low fig
and Provisions, ure, so as he to consistent
be within the reach of all who may desire such improvement—not de
manding a hundred dollars or two in gold coin, fur his services, as is usual for suclr
CROCKERY anti GLASS-WARE,
a stallion. However this horse will not stand at such a reduced figure the follow
ing season, as this is lint a fraction of what is generally demanded for the services
iiOSEBURG MARBLE WORKS. In grrat vir'ety - it d of and v r'oní de*:í»n».
Ami ever) thi«.c usually found in a of an animal of his class.
Any well-bred and finely-formed mares that have failed
—PI RE WINES AXD LIQUORS—
, to produce during a space of three years, and are found to be sound and healthy
-For medtoil purpore?-
11 vii _• t il -ii 'I. ■ ’ »-y f<>- ÏÎ. 1’r c'sen-
I (ljy an examination of the same) will be bred on shares or to insure for 837-50 pay-
M iibli- Work? of Ro-ebnrg, 1 uid leceive
■ able when mare is known to be in foal. The season fee will be due within or by
cr<l< r, for ;.uy wor*iii- >l. I i1. line line ill
, the expiration of the season. But cosh will nut lie required in eases wherein it is
-A N D-
inconvenient to make such payment; as approved note giving ample time, or pro-
ASHLAND AND VICINITI' -
. duce so far as needed will answer file purpose. As reference to this horse's qnali-
“CHEAP FOR CASH !”
?'? wi.-liiig i> *re il-'igt s and lcirn ’he ¡ricos
; ties as a breeder, 1 will refer you to the premium list of the Sonoma and Marin
i.in do ?.. tn c.'.'ii ;t r.;.ou me in Ashland.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH. GLASS,
District Agricultural Society of California, during the years ’78 and ’79, where
BIU’SHES. ETC., ETC.
A. 8. JACOBS.
--- M O tto —
his stock lias been shown with advantage; as to his success as a sire I will furnish a
« CANDIES, NETS and FINE CONFECTIONS.
‘Quick Siile» ami Small Profil!»*’ list from the season books of his patrons at above stated place to any gentleman
wishing to make investigation. Good pasturage at either stand for the present
F R A N Í 0 - A M E RIC A S HOTEL,
at reasonable rates. To the patrons of the Stallion herein set forth, we
Breeding Certificates, (gotten up expressly for the purpose, in printed
JAu.'.u >. dLE, O fil G u J.
the lihxxl-tracuig of the lmrse, with other facts, as day and dates ot
Taken in exchange for goods. swell transactions
in tlie stud. When properly filled out, signed and delivered to>
MADAME 11GLT stili ceidiuucB to
the breeder, he has something of a valid nature to show the origin of the stock he
«alt upon guesls at thia lonfi-estult
AGENTS FOR THE NEW WIL- is rearing, which will be of great advantage to him when he wishes to sell or dis
lisbcd iKinse, and id de ter a. med to
pose of the same, as a document ui proof of the animal’s breeding would shut out
spafH no p.iii.s
SON OSCILLATING SHUTTLE
much speculation and question of doubt so commonly raised by designing purchas
»«ti-- f.u-t'( n to the public. Visitor*
ers and speculators, when a goud animal of real worth is put upon the market for
wi.l st ali finn s di d the t ilde» supplied
By this useful arrangement, it ten-year old boy could take his well bred horse-
•alili t lie A.. li toie had iu bouth-
to anv market (attended bv intelligent purchasers) and sell the animal for its value.
cì ' j ( )r« g'jn.
Respectfully, J. A. MERRICK,
Thankml fnr past patr-mage, a siluri
(>f public favor is solicife.ì.
Inqiorter and Agent.
snALT. FE ri.EASED TO WAIT
Butler & Rockfeilcw
New Store !
Some of the minor ex«dienen s
of the administration ci the atlairs
of the Interior (hpartment are
brought oeca'iomily to tin* view
of obscure newspapers on the
“border”. For example:
Klamath Indian Agency mills
sone government supplies, and it
is necexNarv lo advertise for bids.
The agent ttt the reservsition men
tioned to the department the
names ot the local newspapers, in
which alone the advertisement
would serve the purpose for which
it is intended. But instead ot
publishing the advertisement in
the nearest papers, the adminis
trative genius who directed the
matter at Washingtin ordered it in
the Roseburg “Plaindealer,” a
paper of no more general circula
tion than our own, and one which
is probablv not <een by anyone
who would lie likely to bid tor the
contracts of ini mshi'12 supplies.
For business sagacity and common
sense we shall have to look else
where that to the Indian Bureau.
was Lorn i
and at an early
y into political
age enter: «
t'.ve stati'. lie was
woik in hi
’,;t me. mal in 1 SÓ:
<eiit io the
n tic.* U. S. house o
took his St
•s. During thè lime
1 oiiblcs he acquirud
ol the Kan
considerable note as the author ot
the “English bill,” a compromise
iiicibiirv’,' uiviuti the citizens yt
Kat.sas the light to come into the
Union under an anti-slavery Con
stitution or n(ri as.they might de
cide by an election. Just before
the outbreak ol the war lie retired
from political lile, ami re-appeaif
now upon the stag»* ot active par
ticipation tor the iir.'t time since.
New Ib ices !
Act for the Kelief «»f S<-|tier«, on Public
''¡"i ¡¡otiS'’. <>t
Of ill ■ led <1 Chilli> S (>f
1 tliptlol! .
1. U it st» ad, ( >r
: c e lallm nt si.a ¡1 inc a u rit
i. lia Ut i ! I1LS < L-l.iim in tnc
»;GàG CoVólti l by
I i i L t ,
li > b
nr Í» •/
t U a
lit er i
Another ten ibie st* amboat dis
aster occ-urred on Long L^liilid
Sound ku-t Monday uh» moon. A
large shamer, the Suawanahak
plyinu betwiti) N«-w York ( ¡ty
and sever; I points on li.e Sound,
took lire amidships born an exp.o-
sion in Ilif engine room ami was
soon in a mass of flames. I lie pi any 1
lot remained at his post until ne il CH; i
ly burn, d to death ami sueec.'.Jed IV ui
iu beaching the \e>MU on a >uii'u n
Many pel 'inis sprung
overboard ami \»ere tDowuud.
1‘ L 1
Alanv othi-is in the -t*-r;i ol ilu’
X 11 • -I
I boat could m»t gel .»•ii aid \*< re
¡uurned to deaili. <*1 ->D0 pur'Otis
Is'ipposed to have bei n ou board
5() a re believed to i u peris icd. r V <
Thirty dead Louies have i:< on I » - w a il t
covered. . AmouLr the saved V. as
Chas. A. Dana, editor of tiie N . Ï.
. The U. S. (’ommissiiHier ot j i ’
General Land Oflicejmder aui
ity of Sec. 2334, Revised Stata
lias directed that the maximum
charges ot the publication in
newspapers of application for pat
ent to mineral lands si: all tint, ex-
ceed $1-5; and tor pu nblication oi
citations in contests, , ( or hearings
involving the cha:actor < ot land',
§10. This was made m u- •. ' '¡i rv i • y
the exorbitant charges ot some
newspapers tor publishing such
FLOUR "“ MEAL
gwe them ?.i'irf.ctl n.
Feed and Bran
vi U T!
± 1 >-i F!¥
i o. lhei
ITSU.l ’ , • V.
‘.a! I I
TO THE 1UBL1C
• i »
EAGLE • MILLS.
«’NiTAZlTG 3s WE.B3,
■A-re ¡ lv-.«*e<’. t J atxouiice that then Stable?
ALWAYS ON HAk’D,
LI NKVIL L
And ■ li V(.i\ .-o t' a up in the
1 X . I 1 ’ • ! I ; ? I i ; itarry Sa.i i .1
« ». R.
•mpertv in A-bland.
a GE'». Nt TLEV.
Te*.in, BugTv and Plow Harness,
will make tb
■* J »9 »»vATUeeo êTrïieoM i Co., r<jr l.inl,Müiue. [
H. F. PXIl LIPS,
MISSES L. V. AliD M. H. ANDERSON.
J. W. RIGGS,
// ( / /’ f h’H<t hl(
erne a trial ani l>e s.it-lie l.
p. (commonly called Henry Rifles) ol
H >USE Bl.A.XKETS.
W inchester R epeating TI ifles
nl.vi e ai Tb imtier«i Wuti'en'1
Expr*- char..ts iç.son-rti'e
THE .BEST PiCTilfiES ill SOUTHER« C3EC0N.
MANNINO A WEBB.
t i* al
view amt i o: t K uuuth .
S’-ifrt ?Hu*r d y ajhi me.
-•• li.u k o
g." c c :i:i<-ct with hack* 1 r
The m ,g.->
I claim to make
D . not Lil to give the LinkviHe Su.bie? a tri *
Ladies’« .Hen»’ and Boys* Sad
dles, a Speciality.
Fa re e eJi v-j
Tourists and Others Gututtcd
Ou the 6hcrte*t n>t!:e
<1 ys ami Saiui<1
io r.ri: g in
completed my new
¡*ron»pt'y cirri fir,
A T. xI'i.F AND COMWODT' H'S W XRF-
— \,¡ , j
,1^1- f < a.-i.t »na
■ Vet y ■ Til.l
<f pt i L>’. .V.IClMtit, ..f > u t.-11
u'.ill; l .t T-» tt.’ir : ■•.-.--t
< : : ‘ •’ / *’./'> le >U ? e .
Wo. I, b.c n, il-ur, hi'.-, <•'•.,c >ni*;_’i:. 1 to n.y
r-1 ic.-- -or* , i..-.i: u ill rr • v-. ¡ pompt utten-
3L.ik giA Ì« c.re of U. L. M.
Ti U R T O N
• Ven ng.
I wish tu inform .the public that I have
Ex.client BUGGIES tuid No
hiding H orses uiw.<*t* vu u .ni.
G ou J HACK»
If El PS A GENERAL ASSORT-
**■ nieut of goods in bis lino of trade.
ev n ng < f t e s ime »la-.
l 'FUCd in Ash.and at 11 «- liv.-ry
Are in evce!len‘. repair, a<n?iy I ruvided wi h
Ai»l ih.t cut to inert* wil De uai ed oj
promptly au*l in the bt»l el J ie.
A shland , O regon .
Puleat a.ijiiH’Hhi« »1(1
Glasses mid I'r<tnes.
FTZIICH AND ALLIBATOB COCOS
Ei i’g rise that iLe J tl .a r..:.y r
FOUR HORSE CCACH
ue- • j
FR k M-S.
Forwarding and Commission
MANUFACTURER OF,AND DEALERIN
id.'iatt liom A'hiaud, rtiiiving il Liak
COMMON FLINT AHD PEBBLE CLASSES, IN
GOLD SILVER. NICKEL.
RUBBER AND CELLULOID
Linkvilie Livery Stables.
_'i. l'v ; i u.- u.' • i. k : : du s
ra spo •
C. K. KLUM,
Saddlery & Harness,
M ■" ay-. W. ilnf'd iys
vide in th
Ke* p- cOnst.it.t’y on hand a fine a-eort
tLi-nt o. il.e be-t
III • ’
(i.tvs. nt 5 o’clock a . M , a fine
IS IN 1 WOK OF TilOSE WHO
WEAR GOOD BUOI.' AM>
.17; ; » ’.. ■ ' I ; .1
A-l.ta :> aa<l Linl.vi'le. f r tbc
( h e i r V »A ! It
al! in late » •?
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rptlE 8LT.SCRIBER WILL HEREAf-
JL :ei i un h line o' singe doily b< t«een
tation <>f pi S" t gri' mui expiess matter.
O. IL MYEK,
Ashland and Linkville
Hm I« r & l»ockfetl«»w.
Ashland. May 16, 1879.
The grcenltickers count on a
big vote in Iowa, tiie St ile troiy
•»»'hich Weaver hails, and profess to
be confident of carying Maim*.
They expect a boom in Texas also,
where Mr. Chambers resides, In
1878 the soft money candidate for
Governor of that State it reived
on all eus •»n» r? nul w II do our be.-x lo
E'l'-' i. , c¿c, de.
Tires - making a ?; eci U’y. Alio the a-rei cy fur the
W acker C okk . t
t-iyOiiler? from a di.-m.ee wilt leceive pr -n pt at
model ot ‘1866, 1873, ’and 187*G
Pistols. Cartridges, Etc.
WHEAT T ken at the Highest
M i ket Rates in Exchange
Aj-LDnd, JuLe 27th, 1876.
ALPHA CHAPTER NO. I, 0. E. S.
M ill hold its stated meetings on the
En fi, an i Third Tuesday in each
All ineinher3 In good standing aro in
vited tu attend.
MRS. M. E. McCAT.T.. W. *f.
J. b. E vhamm , 8 bc .