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ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1895.
0. S.ScnteTs ) Jl;ljJ
Vtloruoy-Oeneral . ,
.0. E. Charc,lx:rlaln (
liovvnur. ..Sylvester I'ennoycr
tfecrvtary of Slate ....Vicorjre W. McUnde
Slnto Treasurer Mill Mctschan
Supl. rub. Instruction E. n. Mc Elroy
State Muter ...uKTHni a Baker
Member Board of EiualUation.V . C Woodcock
Supreme Judscs C E. Wolvcrtou
r.. u. uorapsi.u
. JJ. B. Kddy
(I. A. Macmm
Clerk of Railroad Commission Lydcll Baker
JKCOSD jcotmL district. 1
Ju.Vpc. J. C. Fullcrtou
Prostcating Attorney Oca. M. llrown
r. s. taxo orricE, boscscrg.
Receiver R. S. Sheridan
Register K. M. Vcatch
C. S. WCAT1IK2 El'lJUC.
Observer . Thos. Gibson
Senator -Henry Bcckley
rJ. E. liiunueu
J. T. Bndtes.
Ucrk F.W Benson
-hcriff C F. Cathcart
Treasurer W. A. Fratcr
School Superlndcut J. A. Underwood
assessor ..j. a. .ciiiuj,
A. F. Stearns
tft. -L. wttson
ic U. Maniiln
..Will 1". lleydou
.Dr. K. U inner
&hccp tnp'vTr 1 11 .Tti os. smith
Jn.tw John Hamlin
.11. C. frlocum
cmr or cosrerjea.
J. II. Shape
II. F. Rapp
B. O. S irouc
11. t. luce
... F. SLZIslcr
V. F. Carroll
J. A. Cox
The Clrecit Court for Dowlas County meets
three nmc ywr as follows: The Sd Jlon
Jar in March, the -Ma Mocdar In June, and the
1st Monday in December. J. C. Fnllerton of
Kascbarc il,r, Geo. I. Brown, ol Roscbnrg.
lrosecstitu: at few aey.
Countr Coin nice:s the 1st Wednesday alter
the Ut Mondav of January. March. May, July,
September and November. A. F. Stearns, of
Oakland, judre: C H. Maupln of Elklon
and W. L. Wilson, o! Riddle, commissioners.
rrobate Court is In session continuously, A.F.
LAUREL LODGE, A. F.i A. M.. REGULAR
' meeting the 2d and ith Wednesdays la
TTMIVICA CHAPTER, XO. 11. E. A. M-, HOLD
vJ their regular convocations as Masonic hall
c the firs; acd third Tccsday of each month.
Y Is: tins companions arc cordially invited.
M. F. RAPP, U. P.
IsaaoE Cjleo, Secretary.
PHILETAEIAX LODGE. XO. t, L O. O. F.
KitiintftT- rr-rntBff of rirn vk al '
o'clock In their nifi at Rosebar Members ol
the order In zoo standisc arc Invited to attend.
Feasc G. Mtcn tt, N G.
S. T. Jawcrr, Scc'y.
TlSIOX EKCAill'ilENT, NO. J, MEETS AT
u Odd Fellows' hall 'mj seooad asd fourth
Thirsdays ol rah month. Ylsiliag trcihren
n Invited to attend.
FCX7C G. Micxui, Scribe
ILlSST PiKXT, C P.
pOEBUEG LODGE, NO. I A. O. V. W.
meets the second and fourth Mondays of
esch month miTJ3 p. m. at Ol! Feliows haU.
Members ol the order In good Mindin? are In
vited to attend.
-pEXOPOST, xo.ra. g. a. e meets the
-T first tad third Tbcrsdars ol each month.
FAEMT ALUAXCS Resular Quarterlv
Meeutira trtli 1 htW at Grange Hall.
Roscbars, the first Fridaj-in December, March
and June, and the third Friday In September.
ROSEBURG CHAPTER, SO. S. O. E. S MEETS
theseoood amrlourlli Thursdays cl euii
MADELINE E. COXKLING, W. M.
TJOSXBUEG DIVISIOX NO C6, B. OF I E.,
meets every vecoad and fourth Sunday.
ry OSEBUBG R. V. LODGE, NO. 41, L O, O. F.
-K- meets on Tuesday eveateg of etch week, at
the Odd Fellows hall Visltlag sisters and
Brethren are invited to attend.
Miss Saexh wiHsrxrr. N. G.
Fzaxs G. Mrcaixi. K. Sec
A LPIIA LODGE, NO. tT, K. OF P.. MEETS
i- every V.-cdBcsday eveains at Odd FeUows
HalL Viiitinc brethren in sooJ slanSns cor
diaHy Invited to attend.
Attorney and Counselor at Lave,
VTUX prsetia ia all li eoarU af the State. Of
iee m the Coart Hcax, Doaelas couty. Or.
Attorney at Law,
OSee OTer the PoatoEa on Jackxm street.
Attorney at Law,
jrj R C0FF24AN,
Physician and Surgeon
OEte-.At Dr. Hoover's old stand on Oat 5 1 rest
Besidencc Cor. Lane i Jackson Streets.
J P. EASTER, M. D.,
Phygiomedical Physician and
(& Special attention to diseases ol Women
OFFICE at Residence on Short street, below
Mill street, near railroad track.
Physiciiin and Surgeon.
Graduate Rush Medical College.
Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty
OFFICE, Rooms 9 & 10, Marsters' Building.
ExsiDEiscr, Do?tasfHrect, second place cast
La Fayette Lane.
JCDGE I- LOUOIIACT
jrANE & IXiUGHARY,
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
practice in ail the courts of Oregon,
be Tarlur-Wilstm block.
Q.EO. M. 3ROWW.
Attorney at Law,
Deputy Proki-ciitinn; Attorney.
OQce at the Court House up gt&irs.
JERRY J. WILSOtt
Watclimaker and Jeweler
4ir Jaclcsoii street,
At Lucnscn'i Cigar Factory. ROSEBURG.
tf-Al Itepalrluir cutrustca to
my care -will be PROMPTLY and
6rl.-W-0.aXo am. CU.
W11 P HEYD0N'
CJoilllt " SSllV VOJ" Ol.
and Nolnry Public.
OrriCE: In Court House.
Orders for Survcvlnc and Field Notes should
bs addressed to Will 1". llcydon, County Sur:
Attorney at Law,
Uoom S, Marstcrs BulldlQC, ROSEBTJKG, OR.
tfy Business before the U.S. Land Office and
minir.K cases a specialty.
Late Receiver U. S. Land Office.
IT. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor
and Notary Public.
Orn: County Jail Building, up stairs.
XV Special ntti'Mlou paid to Transfers and
Address. ROSEBURG. OR.
jyYRA BROWN. M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Lacaswcf Wcaeaasi Children a Spsdaitj.
Office, Up Stairs, in the Marks Nnlldliig.
Corner of Cass.
L. illLLBR, M. D.,
Surgeon and Homoeopatliio
CiPChronie diseaw a rssialty.
7N THE CIRCUIT CTURT OF THE STATE
a al Oregon, for the County of Multnomah.
E G Vounp, A. O. Young andl
G. J. Steams, partners, doln; I
business under the firm name 1
of E. G. Youns & Co
Chenosreth Park Frr.jt Assoc-
State of Oivwi. I .
Coantv ot DoQJClas. "
NOTICE I hereby jlventhat by virtue of an
execution and order of sale of attached propcrtr
duly issned out of the above named court and
cause on the 1st day of December, A. D. 1XM,
upon a judgment for the sum of IJ35L9. to
gether with interest at S per cent, per annum
from November lTth, 1531. and the further sum
ot f-"0 attorney's fees, and for the further sum
ol til C5 costs, and accruls costs In favor of
the above named plaintlfu and against the
above named defendant, which judgment was
enrolled and docketed in the Clerk's oQce of
said court on the Cnh day of November, IjSM.
commanding me. that out of the personal
property of the above named defendant, and tf
sumdent cannot be found, then out of the real
property of said defendant to satisfy said judg
ment and costs. In pursuance thereof I will on
Saturday, the nth day of January, A. D. iSos.
sell at public auction, at 10 o'clock ft- tn. of said
day to the highest bidder, for cash, on the prem
ises of the Cbenowcth Park Fruit Association,
in Douclas County, State ot Oregon .the follow
in? attached personal property of said above
nisAl defendant. towlt"
I Oue white mare S years old past, one white
i msrp tnn o!d T&sZ. one set of team harness.
j one roller hsrrow.ose iron harrow, one spader
narrow, one spring tooin narrow, one inrcc
wheel cultivator, one three wheel cultivator,
same as above, two garden plows, one side-hill
plow, one single begsy, one 14 inch plow, one
Newton wagon, wide tire nearly new: one" hay
fork and equipment, one shovel cultivator,
2X bushels ot oats more or less, X) or 10 toss of
haT more or lers. In pursuance ot said writ
snfEcient personal property not havinr been
found to satisfy said judgment and costs, I have
levied otoa and will on 5atardar the 12th day
jet'JnarjrA. D-wiSes. ct 1 o'clock in the
axicrsoon ox saiu uay, ai iae uicn iiousc awr
In Rosebcr?. Douelas Countr. Orceon. sell at
psbUc acctisn to the highest bidder for cash
In hand, all the right, title and Interest which
said defendant cad on tnc 2tn day ot Novem
ber, ISM. In and to the lollowin; pieces or par
cels of land, to-wlt.
Eecinsing at the southwest corner of the D.
C. Underwood D. L. C. running thence west
H-to ehiins to the northwest corner ot the W. II.
Bracket! D. L. C. thence south 7.23 chains to
the center of the county road: thence fallow
ing; the center of the said county road north Ss
degrees and f) minutes cast U chains; thence
nana Tl dezrves ei-'t cixlcs lo a post from
which a white oak Zl inches In diameter
marked "B T bears north 3 degrees easi r.U
chains dbtant. theaco south 30 degrees east
4J8rhsiiM to nzhtot waTof Oregon and Call
fomla railroad: thence leaving the countr ruad
and foUowing the right of way north X degrees
23 minutes east 3J7 chains to the south boun
darr of the D. C. fnderwool donation land
claim: thence following right of way north
degrees Zi minutes cast LsS chain?: thence
nortn 3 cegrecs - minaies im: m cnum;
thence north 27 degrees 2) minutes cast 7.M
chains: thence north K degrees 10 minutes cm
6X6 chains: thence north 13 degrees minutes
east Si chains to a post from which a while
Mt3iiuhM In rilamster marked "B T" bears
north Tl degrees lb minutes east l.ii chains cis-
lant; thence running nortn , a ccgrccs min
ute west HL3) chains to the center of county
road: thence following the center of said county
road north It degrees M minutes west 7.0
rh!n- thence north II Atzras V minutes west
if.irhilnt.thpnr north 11 decrees M mlcntes
west lili chains: thence north 21 degrees )
minutes west i-0 chains; thence north
decree and 15 minutes west -M chains:
thence north 57 degrees minutes west
S.IO chains; thence north 1. degrees
ud :i minutes west z.io cnains: tnenee
north 19 degrees 4 minutes west 7JJ
rh&lns to a mi from which a white oak -I in
ches In diameter marked "BT' bears south K
AtTT wrt 1 ST chains distant: thence wes:
ft fin? inp noiui uonnaKir ai inc is. . uuuer
a . . . . r. , tt.j
wood donation land claim &23 chains to the
northwest comer of the aid D. C. Underwood
lonailon land claim: thence running souin v
degrees east KiK chains to the place of begin
ning, excepting inereirom me lotiawiag up
scribed premises, to-wit: Lot 1 block 5. lot 1
block 4. lot 2 block 4, ronin :uu teei oi ioi s diock
4. miith M) feet of lot 4 block 4. cast 120 feet of
lot I block 5. cast C70 feet of lot C block 6, and
the east EQ feet ot lo: l biocc v. containing in
the aggregate 76 arrea as per plat of theno
weth Pars on file In the opce of the County
Clerk of Douglas County, Oregon, all being in
township 24 south, range S west of Willamette
Meridian and containing in the aggregate 2U3.&)
acres. The east halt ot me.". tj ana mc cast
U of the S E i of Section SS. also the S E l and
the south U of the N E H and the south of
the S w li ana toe t it oi mc a -i oi see-
nn;p e west of Willamette Meridian, the S of
Section li, also all of Section 13, also that pan of
section 3) described as ioiiows: Beginning at
the northwest corner ot M-ction jj, running
thniiv mnth 10.11 chains: thence cast
chains: thence south 'JO chains; thence south to
degTces 52 minutes eastST chains; thence north
30.15 chalss to the south line of Section 13:
thence west alon: saw souin line oi secnon vj
to the point of bcginnlnir, also lots 1, 2, 3, and
4, ot section j, ail xn wwuiaip mjuiu,
range 5 west of Willamette Meridian, together
with tho tenements, hereditaments and appur
tenances thereto belonging, all in Douglas
County, Oregon, I will apply the proceeds ol
aid sale to the payment of tho costs taxed al
$11.63. and accruing costs on this writ, and
second to the payment of Attorney's fees
taxed at T2JO.0O, third, lo the payment of the
Judgment in favor of the abore named plain
tiff. E. G. Young & Co., for the sum of
IS75.-6. with Interest at the rate of 8 per cent
per annum irom me lain aay ui .ioiciouct,
1AW, and the remainder, if any there be, 1
will par over to the said defendant, the Chen
oweth Park Fruit Association ,or ttheir legal
representatives. C. F. CATHCART,
DUCIiU, AJUUl&a bUUUi, VHUU,
-YTOTICE is hereby given that the under
A' signed has been by the I'robatc Court for
Douglas County, ritatc of Oregon, dulr ap
polntcd administrator ol the estate cf James
A. Varney, deceased. All Persons having claims
against the estate are hereby required to present
the same to me at uaKiaiiu, vougias countr,
Oregon, within six months from the date of this
nntirp. and all ncrions lnueuicn 10 sam estate
arc renucstcd to make immediate payment to
mc at saia piacc.
Dated this nth day ot ovem tcr, inii.
AUIEI'.T N. VAltSEV.
Admlstratorof the estate of James A. Vnmcy,
Vntlee is hereby given that tho undersigned
w. i,v nn nrilir dnlr issued out of tho Countr
Court for Douglas county, rfitatc ot Oregon, on
the 4th day OI Jeccmcr, iwji. anpoinicu me au
mini.), nl thr- estate of W. J. Alexander, de
r-oiuutl. and as such administrator has duly
qualified and entered upon tho duties of said
office. All persons holding claims against tho
said estate will present the same, dulv verified,
u-ithin ir months from this date, tn the under
signed, or to J. W. Hamilton, at the Court
Dated this 13th day of DcccmW, 1M4.
GEO. W. KIMBALL.
Admlnlntrator of the Estate ot W. J. Alexander,
Wood taken on subscription ut tho
(Successor to J. JASKUIJiK.i
Practical : Watchmaker, : Jeweler : and : Optician.
DEALER IK -.
WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELKY. AND J ANCV UOODS.
OiLMiuinu lii-:vv.ili:m JWyc Glussos Jtttd SiituoloN
a coMi'i.trrK stock op
Cutlery, Notions, Tobacco, Gitfirn titnl SniokerB Articles.
Also Proprietor and Manager of Itosolmrg's Famous Bargain Store;
Dame Rumor sa-s : " Beware of those slick lightning
rod men traveling over the country selling Steel Rauges
Yes, thej' will take your
will sell you at our store for
i. We carry a large iine of
and always guarantee satisfaction.
CHURCHILL, WOOLLEY & fMENZIE
A SQUARE DEAL.
Mailed to auy address for One Cent Kxtra.
Catalogue of this immense stock sent free on application.
We have also secured the agency of the Wiley B. Allen Co.
T. K. RICHARDSON,
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
Stock Ranges, Timber Lands and Mining Properties,
Prune and Hop Lauds of best quality, in choice locations,
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices aud easy terms. Inquire of ,
ID. S- IC BXJIOKI,
Northwest ire (ahd
The Leading Home Company.
HKA.D Oirjd'IOIC-33 -WA3HIN OJTON ST., X'OIiTI, A.NX).
J. l.(i:vi:.tlIi:itCJ, President.
J. "W. WEIGHT, Agont,
note for an article which we
less mone'. Don't get taken
RANGES AND STOVES
Is what we give to ever cus
tomer, for we believe the best
adertisement possible is a cus
tomer pleased with what we
have sold them, they will come
and again , aud tliei r friends j
will come too.
We are not here for a day
or for a month.
We are Here to Stay.
It is now well understood that
K. Ricahrdson is the best cs -
tablished and most reliable Piano
and Organ dealer iu the State.
He has secured the American
agency and will soon receive
PIECES SHEET MUSIC
AT 10 CTS. PER COPY.
- ''h; a tra".
ffmmi Insurance go.
II. JUAT, Scc'v nu.l Jlnmtscr
1 tad for tlliincr
vd3 ths beat I ever ate.
Thanks to COTTOLENE, tho
icy.- and successful shortening.
REFUSE AIL SUBSTITUTES.
Outline made calr by
N. K. FAIRBANK &. CO.,
ST. LOUIS sr.ca
CHICAGO, NEW YORK, QOSTOH.
RKER & GO.
A iicul l':nJ ji ijiLklultenKd Tea .
Is 1itid a Urje ult. Tew styles ot
Glass and-Delf Ware
At olonul-.uig lj rirt.s. Oar tn
Toasrt.-c- arr Tf ry rwpalar.
table. Hcdian rtops
of tho dis
chsrgo in CO
Paiu in tho
oy day or
rjnlckly. Over 2.0M private endorsements.
I'Tcmaturcnca means Im potency in the first
rtacc. It is a rymptom of seminal weakness
r.nti barrenness. It con bo stopped in 0 days
1)7 tho use o f !Iudyo3.
Thonevr discovery was made bv tho Special
ist? of the old famous Hudson Medical Instltuls.
it ia tho strongest vitallrcr made. It is rery
powerful, but harmless. Fold for S1.00 a psck
necor6 packages for $3.0O(pl&lnscsJed boxes).
Written guarantee given for a euro. Ifyoubuy
sizbozesond aro cot entirely cured, sue more
will be sent to tou free of all charrrs.
Send for circulars and testimonials. Address
HUDSON MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Jcnctlon Stock ton,. TInrkct A: Kills Ste.
hnil Franclaco, Cal.
Queen City Incubator
CANNOT HE OVEKHEATEI)
and HAS NO EQUAL.
ITirst. Premium. Seattle.
3Hrnt. l.'romiiim, Ijoh WukoIom.
CEN'I) l'OIl IM.l'STUATK!) CAT.VI.OaUf
TliomiiKlibred 1'oultry, Kcri for Hatching,
KnKiisli setters, lnsli otter, vox Terriers. Skye
Terriers, l'ncs (rcelstered stock). Onr stock In
three reasons has won S3 I'rcmlums In the Show
cAi,nwi;u, & I.ARKINS,
1510 Front Street,
Mention this Paper. SEATTLE, WASH
wonderful KaH SmffStfrM
has been en- RXB paits.
Iftdingdclea- WHB Strengthens,
ttGc men of ICVJlB Invigorates
una afS mc
Jfe CuresCORNS, BUNIONS and WARTS
W SPEEDILY and WITHOUT PAIN. JT
FOR SALE DYAU. DRUGGISTS. W
5 HTPHAH BB0THSB3, Srep'rs, T
6 Llppnan's Dlock, SAVANNAH. CA.
HIS NOVEL THEORY OF TIDES.
Uncle Alvah Dunning Thinks the Old
World "Sloshes" Around.
Undo Alvah Dunning, tho hermit of
tho Adirondacks, maintains that tho
earth is not round liko n ball, bnt as
flat as a pancako, or, at best, that it re
Romblcs a milk pan, with cnongh of an
edgo to it to keep tho water from run
A number of guests at Charlio Ben-,
nott's "Antlors," on Raqnetto lake,
vrcro disenssing tho theory with Unclo
Alvah ono day during tho,huntmg sea
son. Ono of them undertook tho alto
gether hopeless task of convincing tho
old man of tho error of his belief.
Among other things ho called attention
to tho tides.
"Unclo Alvah," ho said; "you've
heard of tides, haven't vou? How do
you account for thorn if tho world isn't
Tho old man remained silent for
awhile and then drawled forth, "Waal,
I hov somo ideo as to 'em."
"What is it, then:-" asked tho ques
tioner, whilo all tho sportsmen drew
near to await tho answer. Undo Alvah
Yfa3 not to bo hurried, and after anoth
er pauso ho remarked:
"Did yo over turn over in bed? I
think's moro than likely."
ics, I'vo turned over in bed."
"Do yo sleep 'tween sheets?"
"Always," replied tho questioner
laughingly. "What's that got to do
"It's got all to do with it, m my
opinion, when you went over, didn't
tho bedclothes kind o slip round an
slosh round an didn't get thero samo
timo as yon did?"
"Waal, that's my ideo of tho tides.
The old earth sort o' slips round under
tho water liko a man under tho bed
clothes, or it teeters n bit, liko when
you tip a milkpan. Tho water don't get
thero quito as fast as the land, tin that's
what makes tho tides." New York
MY OWN THINGS."
The Present Timo Is an Age of Individual
"Say, mamma, John's get my spoon.
Can't I havo it? It's mine."
"Oh, jnst look! Susan's playing tea
party with my dessert plate. Make her
top. She'll break it"
"I wish you'd find mv pepper box.
This isn't mine," proclaims tho head of
tho house. "It's mighty queer theso
servants can't ever remember my
In tho library Unclo Jim is twisting
and turning and looking daggers at the
unconscious caller who is sitting in his
special chair. Ono member of tho house
hold is on tho wrong sido of tho table,
and tho right paper knifo is on tho left
magazine. Ho always sits tho other sido
for reading. From tho drawing room
tho voico of tho elder daughter is heard
thoso portieres. Tho colors do not suit
my style, you know. Imado a fuss, and
mamma took them in her room. I feel
color in every nerve."
Such is what tho fashion for bavin;
individual tilings has brought upon the
household. Wo havo tho individual fur
nishings, tho schemes of hangings to
bring out the individual beauty of my
lady's eyes, tho tint of her hair or tho
gleam of her shoulders, and on tho
other hand perish tho thought! to
sink the individual in tho useful. Havo
wo not tho special chair and foot rest.
candlestick and cushion?
Small wonder, then, that tho practical,
prosaio honsowifo exclaims: "I wish wo
could go back to those earlv Christian
days when thev had all things in com
mon. I believo I could bear it oven with
towels!" New York Times.
Cur in 5 a Snakr It! to.
As is well known, tho copperhead is
ono of tho most poisonous snakes, yet
J. C. Trent, who was bitten bv ono
three miles from Trimble, Tenn., expe
rienced no serious effects, owing to tho
remedy ho used, which is an uncommon
one. Ho was oat hunting, and when a
couple of miles from homo was bitten
on tho ankle. Ho at once started for
home, and on tho wav chewed and
swallowed what tobacco ho had. When
ho reached his house, somo fresh red
popcorn root was procured, and with
tho milky juico which exudes foni it a
stripo was mado around his leg jast be
low tho knee. Tho leg swelled up to
tho marl: and no farther, but it finally
becamo so tightly swollen aud painful
that tho juico was washed off and an
other marl: made with it around his
thigh. Tho swolling gradually climbed
up to tho now mark, giving hi in relief,
and ho recovered without using any
other remedy. Chicago Tribune.
A Delicious French Candy.
To mako French nougat boil a pound
of granulated sugar and a teacupful of
water over a sharp firo until it begins to
turn yellow, writes Xellio Willcy in
Tho Ladies' Homo Journal. Do not stir
whilo boiling. Havo ready oue-half
pound of almonds blanched and dried.
Put them in tho oven and lcavo tho door
open. When they begin to look yellow,
add to tho candy as it reaches tho turn
ing point described abovo and quickly
pour into a well oiled tin or iron pan
about ouo-half an inch thick. Mark
with a sharp knifo into bars beforo it
cools. By bending tho tins between tho
hands slightly tho candy will coiuo out
Pussy's Great Catch.
Wo disapprovo of cats catching birds,
but whero they take such chances as did
tho Lowiston pussy that leaped from n
third story window, snatched an Eng
lish sparrow from a telegraph wiro and
struck tho ground right sido up and safe
ly wo aro almost glad to learn sho kept
her prey. Kennebec Journal.
"Sho is a girl of 1 7 summers. "
"Indeed! How old w;;s sho when she
havo summers:" Detroit
llcwnro or Ointments for C:tnrrli
tltnt Contain Jlcrcury.
ns mercury will surely destroy the sriiso of
smell nnd completely derangi1 the u liolu system
when cnlrrlnir It tlumiirli imicmis surfaces.
Such articles should never !. umiI except on
nrcserlntions fnim rcmit.ibli thichms. ns the
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THEY LIKED NOISE.
literary Lights Who Found s Stimulus to
Work In Turmoil.
All that concerns tho men and wom
en wh,o givo distinction to their day" Is
of interest to thoso who admire, criti
cise and perhaps envy tholr achieve
ments. A special and legitimate curi
osity is felt in reforenco to the condi
tions under which success is won.
Glimpses aro occasionally given into tho
methods of eminent toilers, and a won
derful variety is revealed. It 13 at least
plain that no guidebook to great per
formances tho anxious author can havo
his choice of Eevorpl will determine
tho pointwhero exactly tho best results
are to bo obtained. Ono man's help is
another's hindrance. Many famous
writers, for Instance, havo only been
ablo to perfect their thoughts iasllenco
and seclusion. But thero havo also been
tnosowno coma worn in morulas? oi
babel and defy distraction. Jano Aus
ten, whoso unpretentious canvases are
fall of Eomo of tho most lifelike per
traits in fiction, was never in the habit
of seeking solitudo to compose. Sho
wroto sitting in tho family circle and
under perpetual risk of interruption. It
was tho samo with a successful lady
novelist happily still living.
Mrs. Harriet Beech er Stowe wrote
her best known story on a plain pine
table by the aid of an evening lamp in
a tiny wooden hoflso In Maine. About
her wero gathered children of various
ages, conning their lessons or at play
and never guessing what a treasure
mine of excitement was coming into
existenco for other young people In
"Unclo Tom's Cabin." A large part of
tho "Roman History" of Dr. Arnold
was composed under similar clrcum
stances. Dean Stanley ba3 sketched the
Rugby stndent, where Arnold Bat at his
work, "with no attempt at seclusion,
conversation going on around him his
children playing in the room his fre
quent guests, whether fri en d3 or former
pupils, coming in or out at wllL
Thomas Lovell Beddoes, a poet of lux
uriant fancy and true genius, though
much neglected, also found stimulus to
tho creative faculty of his muse in
working in playful and even noisy com
pany. Such cases recall tho story of tho
learned man of Padua, who assured
Montaigne that ho actually needed to
bo hemmed m by uproar before he could
proceed to study. Chambers' JournaL
Cavalry Pistol Practice, 1672.
Hero follow tho commands for tho
1. Uncapo your pistols. 2. Draw forth
your pistols. This must bo performed
with tho right hand. Tho left pistol
first and then to mount the muzzle. 8.
Order your pistoL Rest your pistol n
httlo in yonr bndlo hand, and then lta
mediately take your pistol near the mid
die part of it, and place tho butt end
upon yoor thigh. 4. Sink or rest yonr
pistol in your bridlo hand. 5. Bend
your cock; (or draw up your cock to half
bend). C; Sccuro orgtatmryotnr cock.
7. Open your panv8. Prime your pan.
9. Shut your pan or order your ham
mer or steeL 10. Cast about your pis
tols, which is to to dono against your
left thigh, with your muzzlo upward in
your bndlo hand. 11. Gago your flasks.
12. Lado your pistols with powder. For
your more speedy lading of your pistols,
there is lately invented a small powder
flask, with a suitable charge, but it is
not to be denied that your cartroaches
are very serviceable.
Thero aro 1 1 more motions, and final
ly in 24 givo fire. In tho firing of yonr
pistols yon aro not to firo directly for
ward, to your enemies horses heads,
but toward tho right hand, with tho
lock of tho pistol upward. Notes and
Papa In tho Same Idst,
A gentleman formerly in tho servico
of tho United States navy married
Japanese beauty a few years ago and
settled down to domestic lif o in the Land
of tho Rising Sun.
Only a few months ago an old chua
of his, an officer on ono of our ships of
war, went to call upon him at his home
in Nagasaki. Whilo waiting in tho room
which might correspond to the parlor in
this country he heard the prattlo of
child in tho adjoining apartment Said
"Who is tho foreign devil that has
conio to seo papa?"
"Hush," said tho nurse. "Tho gen
tleman might overhear yon. Hois a fel
low countryman of your father's."
"Well, papa is a foreign devil too."
This incident would seem to show
that certain colloquial phrases havo sur
vived tho feeling of hatred for foreign
ers which tho Japanese abandoned so
many years ago. Washington Star.
The Primitive Fishhook.
Tho first implement used by man for
catching fish with a line was not a hook.
It was a pointed piece of bone or flint,
a simplo baitholder, and tho line, possi
bly a length or so of somo dried vine or
grass, was tied to tho middle of tho
piece. The fish swallowed tho whole
bait, bono and all, and so tho first im
plcmcnt was what wo wonld call a gorgo
hook today. In timo bronze was substi
tuted for bone, but tho form of tho first
implement was retained. Untold ages
passed beforo tho first fishhook was
made, and, strangely enough, when
prong was fashioned on tho hook, tho
prou turned outward and not inward.
Iscw iork Times.
From a Standpoint of Economy,
Mrs. O'Mulligan Phwhat do
think av dhross refarm:
Mrs. Whalen Dhrcss refarm, his it?
Sthnro it's a great savin! It's on'y yis-
terday I rcfarmed tho ould man's pants
to fit Denny, and it's no small job
nathur! Loudon Tit-Bits.
Tho leaves of tho talipot tree aro used
in Ccvlou for tho leaves of books. Tho
characters aro impressed upon tho leaf,
which is rubbed over with charcoal,
and aro then strung together betweon
boards. They last for years.
Blue eyed cats aro said by Darwin to
Iiq always deaf.
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Of capacities varying from 1 to 23 horse
power affords the most convenient, eco-
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AS ALIKE AS TWO PEAS.
Twin Brothers at Wesleran University,
Who Can't Be Told Apart,
Arthur and Archer Young of New-
Britain, twin brothers who aro as alike
as two copper cents or as tho proverbial
peas in a pod, entered Wesleyan uni
versity this autumn in tho freshman
class, and tho difficulty of distinguish
ing them has led to no end of mistakes.
Tho Young brothers say that th6 joke,
being to them of about 20 -years' stand
ing, has become a trifle old.
In college chapel they sit next to each
other, and if ono of them happens to
'cut" tho chapel monitor, whoso duty
is to record absences, has to flip up a
cent to decide which of them he shall
mark absent Both twins are on the
varsity football team, and though they
aro not heavy they have distinguished
themselves as being about tho pluckiest
players on tho eleven. They wear simi
lar bandages wrapped around their tow
colored heads, and their sleeveless jack
ets aro alike stained with tho blue dyo
of their jerseys. The other day in a
practice game tho ball was fumbled in
a scrimmage, and ono of tho twins fell
on it. Archer wa3 playing half back on
tho varsity, and Arthur was lined up
on tho scrub. A doubt at once arose in
the mind of Coach Steele as to which
side should havo the ball, that" function
ary, liko everybody else, being unable
to distinguish tho twins. Accordingly he
ran up to tho man who was scrambling
to his feet with the ball and asked in a
"Say, which Young are you anyhow.
varsity or scrub?"
Ono of tho brothers had an entrance
condition in some branch of his prepar
atory work, and a date was set for tho
special examination. Tho brother who
had the condition marked against him
remained in his room, while tho other
twin took the examination and passed
it with flying colors. Thi3 happened be-
causo a mistako was made originally in
charging tho wrong twin with a condi
tion. Middletown (Ccnn.) Cor. New
HIS STAGE FRIGHT.
Tho rCevr Czar Acted ZJko a Booby and
Had to Be Braced and Coached.
Tho story of tho sadden evolution of
an emperor which was brought back to
London by the witnesses of the Russian
pageants of grief and joy ia ono of tho
strangest in tho personal histories of
great rulers. Tho members of tho Brit
ish court and tho English correspondents
who followed the funeral party from
Livadia to St Petersburg saw and heard
somo interesting things which it was
not-possible to describe in tho dispatches
which wero sent home. i
It is learned that for several days
after the death of Alexander HI tho
members of tho Russian court were re
duced to despair and distraction by the -
behavior of tho young czar. Hem
completely unnerved, not so much by. s
ties of toepcfiitionVHe becamo for soma '
days a shrinking, cowering weakling. It
was almost impossible to coax or spur
him into the exercise of any of his Im-.
perial functions. Those whoso duty it
was to prompt him regarding the proper
stato and ether formalities were at their
wits' end, and the situation caused the
greatest alarm in the court When somo
simple course was urged upon him, the
young emperor shrank back and begged
that he bo let alone. Ho even whimpered
when tho necessity of action was pressed
upon him as imperative. He moro than
onco burst into tears and acted more
liko a terrified child than the ruler of
This continued for seveal day3 after
tho arrival of the Prince of Wales, and
it was to him that the officials of the
Russian court finally appealed. The
prince was equal to the occasion, and in
the last three weeks he has done more
for England than tho whole British for
eign office would bo ablo to accomplish
in a generation. Ho remained constant
ly by tho young emperor's side. Ho put
heart and courage into him. Before tho.
czar reached St Petersburg ho was
transformed. Ho not only becamo a man.
but began to acquire soma of tho dignity
of his rank. He soon astonished his ad
visers by displaying a genuinely intelli
gent comprehension of public affairs.
with sound if not brilliant powers of
When tho wedding day arrived, ho
had developed an originality and inde
pendence of opinion which further
amazed thoso around him. In other
words, the attack of blao funk which at
first caused the gravest fears for his ca
pacity to govern has been completdy.
conquered. London Letter.
Swearlns Allegiance to Russia.
The coremony of swearing allegiance
to tho new czar, which has been going
on in every Russian church in Europe,
is an old Byzantine one. Liturgical
chants and prayers precede it The offi
ciating priest and singers aro heard
but not seen during tho dovotional part
of tho service. When they appear, they
corao forward. A crucifix and a copy of;
the gospels aro on the table. The con-,
gregation, beginning with the function
aries present, then file past tho table.
Each halts while tho priest, holding up
I ho forefinger and second finger of one--,
hand, redtes tho oath. Thopersonto be"
sworn in holds his hand in tho same.
manner. When tho formula is repeated, i
ho says, with a hand on the srosrjelsJ
I swear," and, stooping down, kisses-
tho crucifix. Tho Dako of Leuchtenberg:
was among thoso who took tho oath at
tho Russian church in Paris. Paris,,
A Musical AVondcr.
Raoul Ivoczalski, who is only 9 years
of aso. has written and rnndnrfwT nfc
Berlin a symphonic legend for orches
era, wiucii is well spoken of by tho crit
ics, although it is sompAvImt rmillrt
form and orchestration. As a pianist hoi
is muen atimtreu, and as conductor, tco, 1
ho has shown himself a real interoroter-
ind not h mere timo beater. Musical'
My stock brand is a cross behind left
shoulder and on left thigh. Ear marks,,
under half-crop in both ears. Raiijo oa
Mill and Canyon creek.
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chasing a piano of The Wiley T3. Allen
Co. during the fair at Portland, Or., can
have freight bill refunded if presented to
T. K. Richaidson, Roseburg, within I&
days after purchaso of goods.