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SEPTEMBER 21, ISSO.
Next week the President of the
rii ESI D ENT
Among the great number of bills in
troduced in the Senate, is one by Col.
lo ss, to prevent nuisances on public
highways; by Colvig, an act to amend
the game laws; by Sifers, a bill to estab
lish the bo titulary lines of Josephine and
t'urry counties; Uy Colvig, an act to reg
ulate t’-v salaries of County Judges;
In the H.-use, Representative Smith,
this county, has introduced a bill to pro
vide for the reduction of the state debt
by selling swamp land unconditionally
for ca; !i; also a bill for the protection of
Almost every conceivable purpose is
rcpresente l in the bills that have been
presented in ‘lie two houses. It is im
possible to give a full list of them, lmt
v.e shall mention hereafter
become laws. There apjiears to I e a
hobby to reduce the salaries and fees of DRUGS,
various oiiices, one bid being submitted
iv< riiiiîîVï >
which cuts down those of Justices of the i
- A N\D -
i Peace and Consttddvs one-half. A gen
eral Wiii t > improve the road laws •ami
school laws is also apparent, ami a num
f - T ß Y S -
ber of Lilis have been introduced look
In gr< at var'ety :u d of n«-w .td v rions designi.
ing to that eml.
PURE WINES a M> LIQUORS—
A joint committee 1 s been api>omteil
-lYr medici! pnrpusee-
to receive I’residcn t Hayes ut the Slate
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FAINTS, OILS. VA RNT-H. GLASS.
B'irSIIE-. L TC., ETC
• 'ANDIES. NUTS and FINE CONFEUriONS.
United States wiil pass through
Senator Slater addressed a large our valley. His visit is an event
audience in Ashland last Saturday of unusual iutere>t, anti one cal-
evening, He spoke for about two ciliated to remibd us of the mar-
hours in a plain, unpretentious velous rapidity ot the development
manner, making no approach to ot our country and of the triumphs
The chief of American inventive genius and
points in bis line of argument indomitable energy over nature
and distance and time. When the
were about as follow s:
The great issue of the present first Prcs:d< at of the United States
campaign is whether or not the was inaugurated, less than a lini;-
American People will endorse the dred years «ago, a narrow little
great fraud which placed the Re strip of country on the Atlantic
publican nominee tor President in coast was the dominion oí which
the White House, when everybody he was the chief nmgistrate, yet a
knew’ Samut l J. Tilden was elect journey by him to the tar western
lhe approaching frontier, say to Pittsburg or tiie
election is the most important Ohio river, would have been a
ever held in the United States. great undertaking,* ami would not
We have arrived at the point when have been thought of unless un
we nniy anxiously inquire not der cii’i'mnstiinces of more urgent
merely whether the people of necessity than we can imagine,
this country want a change in To-day, from the shores where
the administration of the govern the’ ?davlk»w, r iilt In i' load oí lie
roes to the doubtful fate vi the
ment, but whether they
* can coin- coup st for the subjugatioi
pel a change—whether elections
have lost their potency and power
land hill s and t he ovvi w
to shape the government.
s of host tie savitip ■
People must look behind part}'
[ilattorms to learn the true char- tin* broad valley of
act»*r of the parties. Wt have Waters, over the
twenty years of record by which peaks o the gri'at ciitint! i
to judge the Republic.™ party. ■ lam svs em oi liie Western <
During that time it has shown it neut, at ross the wide waste
self a party of deception. It i- d st rt i t Imt s emed ii.itermi
<1 fl* O * 1 ill 11 j (Mi
now on the defensive—on rhe full to the 1
mid , over the
retreat. The prominent and able
men of the party in Liucohi’s time lim d I ti'tet it walis of the I
have nearly all left it, and only sloj H’S of I lio West .s it Woi-!
the place hunters remain to lead whei I he long swel Is i.»l I h.
the iiiLguided and uuintbrmcd ci tic mi’mitr i heir svletim
1 which is DC
mans ofats voters. The Republi the cuiist
can party in Congress voted to pay lit ring su
the goverumeiil bondholders in I D< fii.i'.i! ion ol Independence has
gold, while tiie Denmctats advo < xL iided its benefic ent swiiv, and
cated the payment in greeid ark • j is acknowh dgt <l as tin* supreme
which were good eiiomdi for th ie law of the laid. Arid across lei
wide Uiitiui!, tliiee thousand miles
They have great fears i f danger i the President of the United States
from the state right doctlines with Lis family and official asso
wiiidi the Demoerutic party l.o’d-
to-day, but in 1‘MiO the platform
of the Republican r
more ultra states ri<
has appeared in any
Tiie speaker defended the re
peal of the election supervision
iaws, and charged the responsi
bility for the extra session of Con
gress upon the fkesidtut; said the
laws were intended solely to per
petuate tin- power of tie- It ‘publi
can party. They we e pi: ;>c 1 os
tensibly tn sect1.re the right ofsid-
ii'age to the negroes in the boiilli,
but nearly all the money e.xp.*n
under them has bi en in t he large
cities of the North, The appro-
priatiuns under tin nì are used ns
corruption funds in the interests
of trie R» publican party.
speaker didn’t v. ish I o th row mud,
but rei rred to the records and
DeGolver am! electoral
commission affairs. He voted to
sustain the President's veto of the
Chinese bill last winter ami must
lheruforp be a friend ot the’ Chi
nese. Hancock said nothing «about
the matter in his letter, but is op
posed tv Chinese immigration.
The speaker also touched upon
one or two other matters of minor
< iab s, mal'.es a tour o!
A Salem correspondent of till*
Standard says: It has been a seer-
tained that when the different
County Assessors settle with the
State, there will be, alter the pay
ment of ail outstanding warrants
and indebtedness, a sum of money
amounting to about $115,000 re
maining in the State Treasury.
This is sufficient explanation fora
horde of bills that will rear their
heads in course of time, providing
for appropriations, new buildings
and every other conceivable plan
by which the money can be ob
tained; many are the schemes a nd
devices now under way to pre
vent that money remaining idle iu
Ben Butler aud Colonel Forney
have been speaking together in
Pennsylvania,explaining why they
left the Republican party, or why
the Republican [»arty left them, at
least how the divorce came about.
DR UG STO R E ! Buller & Rockfellow. J
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FURNITURE CARVING AND OR
NAMENTAL WORK DONE
¿i a ts -»i
STAPLE .-»cd FANCY GOOD-, DRE > G» GP<,
CEO;’’ING. BOO'S in! KRulki,
HA TS,CAP-, UAilliW -UP’,
T3ÍLETAÍÍTIÜIE3, PZ'.FÜtö .k n V M
STANTLY ON HÄH0 AND MA3E TG G8DER.
r »in"? 1 n
V H U v - L í 1
Fi'rmiitrc of ail Linds inauufarturd />
the ifhof. ale.
nn í f
b A / /<. k •>
fk l' • 'A
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n TTg io'd :uy uuihl "ill n J iiAercit iu the re
tai'fur i'.ure b .h i (■.-.■* •<> P. tua £ Hi'1, I wou d te-
BpvctfuÜy nwinirui-ini my furm.r p.uoiis tu give
them .i c 11 at heir f-tor*, v. ie « ran y be found a fine
.•ibfortin-itt of lurritUte.
T. S. P. MARSH.
5-12 tf j
I n i-l-t'uM Dr.VU
GLASS W are ,
A ml •'ver j ili;’<¿ uianlly found iu n.
Aid we u’.so propose to i-ell all G oo J a
Ashland and Linkvills
'‘CHEAP FOR CASH !”
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}□:<’ i î-.i !<-» u;. 1 SkHA’-l Profit ”
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Fare e ch w ij '...
?! LNUI’ ac ; UIU
Saddlery & Harness,
X>.-E SHALL I E rt.E.V FD TO WAIT UP-
¡ecure.l at the
of the <.< ;GU-
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a ti t?
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IL C. HILL.
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Furniture ! !
Furniture ! !
rt l ». ta,
oliali Cll^'oi.,»re aid w 11 do ui.r te-l to
O regon .
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SELECTED STOCK VI
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W ** I
• "AVINO SUCCEEDED MRS. M. W. HAR
g . ui IM- 111 ILe DUr-l. l‘»r, Mullid _UU< Ulll'c lu
ih«- Lub.lc that ibej ollfer f--r tule a fuu àueef
FRONT AGAIN! I!
ALL KINDS OF PLAHIKC, M3ULDÎNC, TURKIUG,
CIRCULAR AUD SCROLL SAWINC.
3X»in Street, AeliHiii,
I .}i 'CO<i i PS
I 1i.o people,
ed by tin* op-
■ wide! h 110)1.1-
> i» cm« in.
i &<i»« n,
•t J>. Ch
J om ’. i H ine .- In his orati m at the Pi
oneer Rem.i >n 1 >t Thursday, Judge
Prim related ln>w Josephine county re
ceived its name, the facts are doubtless
f ¡miliar to n ary or most of the eld j io-
i.vt: . but wiil be new t•< a large number
i f our renders: .About tiie first young
lady to reside in the territory within the
present c- niine;; or tlie eumty w ,s Mi s
Josephine K »Ilins, who went thith
er with her father from Yreka when the
firs5, flti -h of successful gold mining had
populated the gu.chc-s with hardy young
Rohms is said to
have been a very attractive young lady,
and had innumerable suitors, but instead I
of marryin them er any of them she
sold them pies at a dollar a piece - sold
all she Could make—and : HiV iseda snug
littl e fortuue of her own. Th hen she left
the country , but her image remained
impressible he; its of the dis-
consulate miners, ami in her memory I
they called iirst the creek where she had
li cd. and finally ti e county, ‘‘Jose-
Line.” The lady is now living at Santa
Rasa. Cal., the wife cf a gentleman
named Ort. Mr. G. S. Butler, of Ash
land. is a nephew of hers.
B usiness Cot
C ourse in L
Latin R- ader,
Virgil, Cicero s
Cicero di- I Mlicii
C ourse in G>3
G ek . Grci'k Grammar,
Greek Reader, , Anal .vis, Giwk Icsta-
■J'ilia, IL iner, Heroditus,
Demosthenes s i » ; ‘rail ns.
Cd! Ksi; in M \1 IIEMATh i.— Arithme-
tie Algebra, (ieonietry, 1’1 igonometry,
k.. i.ani s, Aceoustics ami
Optics, Ast ro!io;r»y.
in M odern
French < t ¡unmar, French Reader, Co-
rinne, Racn ie, German Grammar, Ger-
man Reader ■. Goethe, Schiller.
C ourse in ^AT
URAL S ciences ,—Geo-
grapliy, Phys. Gei 'graphy, Physiology, i
Bi 'tanv, Z'.x'logy, Natural Philo?;>p!iy,
Astronomy, Chemistry, Mineralogy Ge-
C ourse in M ental and M oral
PriLe.soPiiY.—Ethic». Psychology, Log
ie, E.'thctics, Moral Philosophy, i’heism,
Butler 3 Analogy, Christian Evidences.
N ormal C ovkse .—English Grammar,
Arithmetic, Geography, 1’liys Ge .gr>-
phy. Physiology, Algebra, Zoology, Ge
ometry, Rhetoric, Natural Philosophy,
B >tany, Ancient History, M > le:n His
tory, Chemistry, Astronomy, Mental
Philosophy, Civil Government. Book
keeping, English Liteiature, Evidences
of Christianity, Pedagogics.
T ER REE'S
F.EPAiaSKQ AND UPHGLSTEEi; ó DulE Unii
—r R( '31 —
Linkville to Fort K amath,
Forward ng and Commission
Io- t! ■ ¡¡- Li) e- -I I'a'ion.ig*
uct’f Jit- aS iC-.-'i’l o; ) I I
ciation Ili» inni o?v
F. W. BASHFORD,
Ashland Lodge No. 189,1. 0. G T. ASHLAND,
Linkviile Livery Stables.
• DEALERS IN-
All kinds of fiesb and diitd
Ashland Lodge ATo.4.% Hides and pelts boggle, aud till kinds rd fat
I. O. O. F..
stock taken iu • xetiang.- for meat.
sta hic f» a
On the shortest n»U'e
Uii! Du not f .11 to tire th- Link v.lie S b'e* a til.).
G. A. NUTLEY,
At a Bargain
Sixty Days after July 1st.
I will make lumber 20 ¡»er cent,
cheaper for C ash than it w as ever before
sold here. Lumber from best Yellow
Pine, ami warranted to be evenly sawed.
Clear flooring, siding and rustic for
8l.> ¡>'< t Thou*;:ltd,
MADAME HOLT still c Litinufs to
the mill 5 miles from Ashland. All
wait upon guests ut this long-eGat* I
hshtd house, and is determined to orders promptly filled.
spare no pains m the endeavor to giv,
1-tf CHANDLER & RICHARDS.
MANNING & WEBB.
setii-faction to the public. Visitor-
Hold their r-iiol -.r meeting every Siturd .y eV€D-
will at all times find the tables supplied
ng at the!' bùi iu A-hloii'. Brothers in guod
•tatdmg >»re c ir liul.y invited to attend.
with the best fare to be had iu South
DEG it EKS
ern Or gon.
E. J. FARLOW, N. O.,
The degress of A. B. and A. M. with
J. I). Fountain. Se-Tet ry.
Thankful for past patronage, a share
Diplomas will be given in course to those
of public favor is solicited.
c ompleting the following pi escribed
Latin, Greek, Mathematics, 1
English Language and Literature,Mental
\i ill hold its stated meetings on the
and Moral Philosophy, Modern Lan
NOT FAIL to »end
guages, Natural Sciences and Business.
First and Third Tuesday in each
■e List for
The degree of B. S. with diplomas will
K to any
be awarded those completing the courses
MASONIC HALL, ASHLAND.
in English Language and Literal are,Mod
----- Fresh Bre <1, Tie« and Cites kept con
ern Languages, Natural Sciences, Busi
All members in good standing are in stantly on hand.
with over 1.Î0'» LI
»e J a||
ness, Mental and Moral Philosophy.
vited to attend.
» Jo nit
he purclin.si r.
fc^~Oue door north cf Central Hotel.
Diplomas will be presented those com
who inriko re
MRS. M. E. McCAI.L, W M.
pleting the Normal or Business Course.
J. S. E vbask ?, 6 ec .
C. A. NUTLEY.
ne., Vo .4„c. i:k
■'—I- 'V| X-
Are in exce'letf re.*-.?, ani| iy ;-r< Tided «ih fa'
Aud hit cto’i.uier* «il iw* w-.i .] ou
proiiij.liv aud ,u :he bot H} !e.
Harris Neil fit Co.»
L»s-' s»_) _•»
R. P. N eh .
A. F. & A.
Hold* their etated communtc^tion* Tliureday even
icg« on or before ihe fall mixw. Brethren in good
etatiding are cordully inrrM to a’tri. 1.
W. II. A GUNSON, W. M.
J. 8. E ubanks , Sec’y.
WEAR GOOD ROOTS AND
K i $ K y r l . n e .
.Valeri os of uli !.i G !< mich us
Me ts it ihe Dew 1 xl^-* room, Misolile II .1!, everj
Fruì.iy eve-iii’.? * S o'clo K r m . B-other- and
Collection» i rom: i!y ni Je, ..ni sied t attenti-n Guod HACKS Exc®!’*nt BUGGIES ;irl No 1
»liters tn good mnrting re curii ; iy invited to at given to the prej.-.r.xt.un of D«ed», Mot g gei and
RIDING HORsF.S :.lw.)fint n-l.
tend T e Temple mte'.e every firrt uni third Wed ote.er Legd I‘ ¡er-,
II or re» prom pt iy cirel fir, and. rj
nesday in e idi munto.
EiT’Ofi.ee !u Rie ni Nu. 3, fécond etory < f Masonic
<’. A. NUILEY, W .C. T ,
J. M. AV ac . nfr , Secre ry.
W m . HxBr.i»,
BE I< IN rwoii OF THOSE "KO
UT J lsa jz
AND LAKE COIN!
A<G i I i > ih 1 Lodge ."ho, 23
■. I, l.e
“Grow W.th the F ace
h<>ii-<-—Aim • ■• <>:>'
»tur- f ••ii’h ill
for • very kind of ,.ru lucH. W cb:ii>l» of S n he u
O eg. n «i 1 fitiil it to their .ute,e«i to ship ail fitigi.l
th.ollgh III:» H'.U'P,
FAT CATTLE (at 4 ct?.’,
Wool, b c n, floir hl >s, He., c ui‘igne 1 to n-.y
C retorm eor rti, u.eu! will reCe.v ptoa.pt at eu-
fci;’ Maik good.-care of II. L. 4l.
Ai d other marketable produce taken at current
I rices iu exchatge for beef.
II. F. B;
L. A. N eil ,
BOOT i S H ol S TO R E .
Customers will l>e served with bread
at tlieir houses every moriiiim if they
as a large and commodious w . rf -
li I a n
• S J
Having fitted up : t'.. .>t-< i.i-s liaki ry
Via L-ke Cut up? u: <l KI mub Agency
ßS7~Ix;ive* L'.nkv 11- flierC vs, Thurr l .ya n d oil Main street, opp-•site tin <>.! I Fid-
Sntunl .ye Re urn* Moi <1 ij s, Wednesdays aud Fii- lows block, ! am prep e.ed to furnish the
d 'ye, cirrying U 8. mails ..i d p ;»»eiigen».
people of \shlaml with
^rH. L. Webb, Agent it Li Av.lle-J. S. Beach
Ageatat Furt Kl.m th.
. AL FERREE, Proprietor.
, ir«s ,
H. L le
Fresh meats kept conet ntly on h.:nd,
s. le at lowest C ash price».
OPTICI A X,
P arty .— The
merits of the Presidential party at
nclusion of their visit in and about
Francisco will be as follows; P,
Ilaves, Mrs. Hayes, Gen. Sherman,
am Herron and Col. Jameson wiil
’ ’ll land overland by special ci'icli.
ting to reach lUseburg by the ; 2;ìih
th i'.ixt. By regular stage, about
e lime, Col. McC>>< k. B. A.
id ?Ii.v> Sherman will ; j t >eeed
. v..„. n i he re
t>> p vsvi'urg.
naimlcr of the paity <*<
D » t > Fort lami
learner, and it is said the whole party
will leave Portland f-r San Fruiici.- eQ by
steamer Oct. 5th
The Pre ident will be
in Yreka on Sunday, .and
and will pa i tliroimh
Ashland AL nday evening, probably stop
pinghalf an m ur or more. He will remain
in Jack - nvil’.e over night. A meeting
of citizens to-night is to make artange-
im nts for some public denionstrati >ns of
recognition in AGil.md.
Ci I IS.
has cmlcavort <1 to conform his ad-
ii:inisii’atton as «;!)* as possiole to
tiie practical pursuanui oi this
idea, l or (uiswe honor him pcr- Àlias Eu \ M
soiidly. A v< ) v lew, cither un-
Miss K ate T:
i unt il-
informed or exceedingly unv ,’cra-
cions, newspapers in this state
ACUÌ A ? ■ •’>
h;i\e charged or insim; iiited that
EXP. NS ES.
the President came to t! iie coast to
T! ITItiN : Eon month, $15 a quarter,
make campaign speeches, ami
s 10 a year. One scholar three yeais,
should tlit i'eloii have but a parti-
it three, iii
... . same
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.... I COMMON FLINT AND PEBBLE CLASSES, IN
Sill) I <
ui vi i y iu 10V9
Instrumental Music or A'oice
Ilovv utterly taise
Culture f-a a month. Vocal music m GOLI). SILVER. NICKEL. STEEL,
and if intentionally falsi», how ut
RUBBER AND CELLULOID
Board $3.50 a
class $3 a quarter,
terly contemptible such a position
I B 'M S.
Rooms or C< >t tacca for self
one knows who has lead
l»3ai'diiig b2 to .''5 a m. uth.
'•'Something New in Spectacles—
ia all ca te.; payable in advance in cash
Patetìt adjustable and changeable
full repo i ts in the daily papers of
i>v accepta' le n.-tes.
and Frames, Cull and see
everything that has been s.iid ami
done bv the President since his
arrival on this coast. Lr t us ¡¡Oil-
:? i ; il LANcr.’.ol'
or him ws our President, as we
Ri ad’ng, Elocution.
would any occupant of tin* White
i.-li Composition, E
House who is there by the suffrage
■ti-ric, Ancient Hi
of the Ameiican people.
I V. M ii'.ern 1 listi.r>
Fraud is the cry now from the
depths of Maine. Blaine says the
Democrats sent §100,000 into the I
state and bought up voters, ami
the Democratic National Commit
tee says the Republican returning
boards are altering the returns
from the remote districts.
New Store !
New Goods !
FURÎhmE, SASH, D-3SR,
G. A. H ill ,
D r II. T. I nlow ,
2\nd now 30 Beconds have been
knocked oft" the score ot the fast
est trotting time on record. At
Chicago last Saturday Maud S.
trotted a mile in the remarkable
time of 2:10^, half a minute less
than the time made by her and St.
Julien recently. This was cone
too, in the lace ot a strong wind,
which was considered a great dis
advantage. The second quarter
mile was made at a 2:1)3 gait.
The Hood of bills already poured
in upon the legislature is remai li
able. Should they ail be enacted,
which, of course, is impossible,
the bulk of the statutes of the
state would be increased over one-
half, it is said.
DRUG STORE! PLANING
;i!i*»::? eoii'-idi ring ¡1 a ren.iirka-
ble accompli-liiiici.t, ami withoul
1 it« ua 1 ( a pi t ol lom
terL re in auywaj
d him »by
( bili'g ’ o! I Ii>‘ dill
ct ived t vt'i'vw
'Zeus with that
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MISSES L. V. AND M. H. ÄNDERSOH,
" Faraeo' r
Laces., etc, etc.
Dresr malring a »t «ci llty.
Abo tbe aguncy f >r the
W akxkr C orskt .
C-.^Oiilcr» frum a dietai.ee Wil) recelve ¡ rompt st