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ROSEBURCT, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY xo, 1895.
STATS Or I.KEQON.
0. Senators.... .
J. N. Dolph
ugrcssnien Iw.li. EllU
Altorucy-Gcneral ....U. E. Chamberlain
Uovcrnor. ..Sylvester IVnnoyer
Secretary oi State licorga V. McBrlde
State Trrasurcr ..-.t'hllMetschan
SupL rub. Instruction E. R. McKlroy
Stale Printer Frank C. Baker
Member Board ot KgunlliMlonA. C Woodcock
SF. A. Moore
C. E. Wolverton
5 A. B. Compw-n
J. B. Eddy
t. A. Mcram
Clerk of Railroad Commission Lydcll Baker
SKCOKD JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Judge I. C. Fullertou
rrosecutlng Attorney Geo. M. Brown
C. S, LAND OmCK, ROSSBCRO.
Receiver R. S. Sheridan
itrglMcr R. M. Veatch
C. . WKATlltK. UCKXAB.
Olerver- Thos. titoson
DOCGtAS COL NTT.
Senator Uenry Bcckley
J. K. Blandell
Keprcenuy vc ?J. T. Bridges.
-.lork ... F.W Benson
herUT C. K. Cathcart
Treasurer w. A. rratcr
ILL. P. HEYDON,
and "Notary public.
Office: In Court Uoust.
Orders for Surveying and Field Notes should
be addressed to will lMIeydon, County Suri
vcyor, Koteburg, wr.
School Supcxindcnt -
Surveyor., . , .
I. A. Underwood
w. L- Wilson
a n. Mupin
111 i. iievuon
Dr. K. U'MUler
CtTT Or KOSXBCKO. -
J. If. Shupo
M. F. Rapp
1. F. Rico
Recorder F. Jl.Zlgler
3irihl W. F. Carroll
Treasurer J. A. Cox
Tho Circuit Coirl for Douglas County meets
three times a year as follows: The 3d Mon
day la March. I he iih Monday In June, and the
1st Monday ta December. J. C. Fullerton of
Roseburg jo-lice. Geo. M. Brown, of Roccbci-f.
nmumhn - . t i'.t
Oountv Coin meets the 1st Wednesday after
the 1st Monday of January, March, May, July.
September and November, A. F. Stearns, of
O&kland. judge; C. 11. Maupln of Klkton
v I. -.Viltnn of Riddle, commissioners.
Probate Court Is In session continuously, A.F.
Attorney at Law,
Room t, Mantcrs Balldlnr. KOSEBURQ, OR.
JHP-Buslness before ths U. 8. Ind Office and
milling cases a specialty.
Late Receiver U. S. Land Office.
y P. BRIQGS,
V. 8. Deputy Mineral Surveyor
and "Xotnry Public
OrriCK: County Jail Building, up stairs.
Xtp- Special attention paid to Transfers and
Address. ROSKBURO. OR.
jYRA BROWN, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Chreal: Eiteus cf Woaea a Spsdalty.
omce, Cp Stairs, iu tho Marks Building.
Residence, 112 Cass Street.. ROdKBuRO.
L.. M1L.1.BR, M. D.,
Surgeon and Homceopathio
tyChronle Umw a rcta!tT.
(Successor to J. JASKULEK. j
Practical : Watchmaker, : Jeweler : and : -Optician.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWKI.HY. AND FANCY GOODS.
A COMflJ-ITK STOCK OP
Cutlery, Notions, Tobacco, Cigitra ami Smokers' Articles.
Also Proprietor ami flnnnRor of Hosoburg's Famous Uargaln Store,
of Oregon, for the County of Multnomah.
k:u loung, a. u. loung iswi
G.J. Steams, partners, doing I
bnsliess under the firm name I
of ESI. Young Jt Co.. 1
l UtntltT. f
Cbenowclh Tatk Frail Assoc
latlon. Defendant. J
State of Oregon,
NOTICE is hereby gtrerCthat by Tirtue of an I
execution ana oraer oi saie oi aiiacseu propciij i
iiniv imin! nnt er ine imti namea coun auu
cause on the 1st day of December, A. D. l.-'W,
,. ,nn,.- . g . M pr-r.n tahroa Judgment lor the ion of I311.9J, to
AUREL LOIXiE, A. F. A A. .REGCIJ. ther with Interest at S per cent, per annum
meeunss the d and ith Wednesdays la Kc;0Tmt)er jnh. U5I .and the further sum
THE VICE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE.
Find fault with the cook if
the pastry docs not exactly
suit you. Nor wiUi your wife
cither perhaps she is not to
It may be the lard she is
tisiug for shortening. Lard
i indigestible you know. But
if you would always have
Cokes, pics, rolls, and bread
palalnble aud perfectly di
gestible, older the newshort
cuiug,"GOTTOLENE," for your
SOLD BY ALL dROCERS.
Kcrusc All Substitutes.
Mado only by
M. K. FAIRBANK & CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
NEW YORK, DOSTOHl
TTinwtTA CHAPTER. XO. 1L R. A. M HOLD
U their rerularconrocations al Masonic hall
on the first and third Tuesday of each month.
Visiting companions are cordially invited.
M. F. RAPP, H. P.
I? ado xi Caxo, Secretary.
pHILETARLLS LODGE. SO. S, L O. O. F.,
-C Qcets Satnrday erenlng of each week at 7
m'.WV in fhlh.fl t rrkuKnrc yfmttfn of
the order In good standing are Invited to attend.! Mu al public auction
X. T. Jawrrr, Sec'y.
Miatm, S. G.
U odd Fellows hn no sccraid and fourth
and fourth '
Dame Rumor says : " Beware of those slick lightning
rod men traveling over the country selling Steel Ranges
Yes, they will take your note for an article which we
will sell 3on at our store for less money. Don't get taken
in. We carry a large line of RANGES AND STOVES
to the highest bidder. lor casn, on tae prem-1 , . . f
of the Cbenowcth Park Fruit Association, and always guarantee Satisfaction,
ooglas County, Slate of Oregon, the follow. - -
of Jtsa attorney's fee, and for the further mm
OI 11 to costs, ana arcruicx costs iu u
tho ahnv named ilalntls and asalnst the
.hnm naranl drfrndant. which ludement WIS
enrolled and docketed in the clerk's offlce ct
said court on the "Sth day of November, lfM,
mrsmandlnc me. that out of the personal
property of the above named defendant, and if
sufficient cannot be fonnd, thtn out of the rcul
nf .11 Arfrndant to litis! t said iudc-
raent and costs. In pursuance thereof I will on
Satnrday, the I3tn day ol January, A. u. i93.
Thursdays of each month.
an in vi tea to attend.
rujc G. Miczui, scribe.
Uaxxt Paket, C. P.
nOSEBDRG LODGE, SO. IK. A. O. U. W.
T- mcca the second and fourth Mondays o!
vS in-ti t7'15 t ex. at Odd Fellows halL
Hesbezs of the order In good standinaare In
vited to attend.
DEXOrOST, NO. 19, G. A. K- MEETS THE
-IV flnt ul tblnl Thursdays of each month.
TTrOMEXS RELIEF CORPS SO. 1ft, MEETS
W second and fourth Thursdays In each
-rJAKME ' ALLIANCE KcgraUr inaReriT
V MceUiars will be held ai Grange Hall,
Sosebsrz. the nrst Friday in December. March
and June, and the third Friday In StpUnnbcr.
T OSEBURG CHAPTER, SO. S.O. E-S MEETS
an. the secoml and lounn Tnursoays oi
MADELISE B. COSKUSG, W. M.
-dosebceg DiYiaos sora.B.orLL,
rv oeeu every second and fourth Sunday.
. . L O. O. F.
:of each week at
Brethren are invited to attend.
Miss Saxun Wweesxt, S. G.
FKayK G. Micxxu. R.3ec
T3 OSEBCBG R. D. LODGE, SO.
XV r-rets on TaesdaT evening o
the Odd Fellows halL Visiting
A LPHA LODGE. SO. C. K. OF P.,
ererr Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows
HalL Visiting brethren la good standing cor
dially Invited to attend.
Tyy B. WILLIS.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
WOl prattle in all xba eosrta of ths State. Of
Cea is the Court House. Docglss county. Or.
.0 . A. , SEHLBKKUK,
Attorney at Law,
OSIee over Use FostofSee on Jackson street.
Attorney at Law,
Physician and Surgeon
OScetAt Dr. Hoover" old stand on Oaks treet
Residence Cor. Lane & Jackson Streets.
day to the highest bidder, for cash, on the presi'
" .... ni .tw r t. I a uaI(Iah
lag attached personal property of said above
named defendant, to-wit:
One white mare S years old past, one white
n inn old nasi, one set of team harness.
one roller harrow.one Iron harrow, one spader
harrow, one spring tooth harrow, one three
wheel cultivator, one three wheel cultivator,
same as above, two garden plows, one side-hill
Slow, one single buggy, on 1 inch plow, one
ewton wagon, wide tire nearly new: one hay
mrtA MDlnnitati. one shovel cultivator.
300 bushels of cats more or less, or U tons of
hav more or less. In pursuance of said writ
sniiclent per-oaal property not having been
found to satisfy said Judgment and costs, 1 have
Urii-a cms and will on Satnrday the 1 2th day
of January. A. D. iSos. At 1 o'clock in the
afternoon of said day, at the Court House door
la Koseburg. Douglas uouair. uregon, eu ai
public, aaeuon to the highest bidder for cash
in hand, all the rlrht. title and Interest which
said defendant had oa the "Mb day of Novem
ber, ISM. in and to tae louowins pieces or pr
Ml ni land tvvit-
nrrimlnr at the southwest comer of the D.
C Cndexwood D. L. C, running thence west
n.ts chains to the northwest corner of the W. II.
Brackctt D. L. C: thence south 'JO chains to
th rmirr al the conntv road: thence follow
ing the center of the said county road north Si
degrees and minutes cast chains ; thence
nMh Tl Areirta east 7J3J chains to a CO? I from
which a white oak "5 Inches ta diameter
marked "B T" bears north 3 degtees east x.10
chains distant: thence south 59 degrees east
i -ni-hain. tn H-htof war of Orecon and Cali
fornia railroad: thence leaving the county road
and following the right of way north 3 degrees I
25 minutes east S.17 chains to the south boun
iirr rr i h- n c Underwood donation land
claim: thence following right of way north a?
decrees "3 minutes east 13 chain: thence
north as dHim A minutes east 503) chains:
thence north 27 degrees 23 minutes east M I
ch.lr..- thence nonh 15 deereea 10 minutes east
f rhalru- thence north B degrees ti minutes
mt!L chains to a rx!t from which a white
n. ao Inches In diameter marked "B T bears
nnrtbrtdrf recsU minutes east LiS chains dis
tant; thence running north 75 degrees J min
utes westlOJO chains to the center of county
mad: thence tallowing the center of said cocnly
road north II degrees ) minutes west 7.0'
thrar north 11 derees 15 minutes west
S ft) chains: thence north 21 degrees 50 minutes
west 15.15 chains: thence north 21 degrees
minutes west 2-.'0 chains: thence north
1 degree and 15 mlnues west M chains:
theaco north 37 degrees 50 minutes west
J.0J chains: thence north 17 degrees
nd M ratnntM west 110 chains: thence
north 19 degrees 15 minutes west 7.CO
rti.int tn oral from whteh a white oak 2t in
ches In diameter marked "B T' bears south 01
degrees west i57 chains dlsUnt: thence west j
wood donation land claim &25 chains to the
northwest corner otine tain u. unaerwoou
donation land claim: thence running south 15
tm Mit iK rhslai to the nlace of begin
ning, excepting therefrom the foUowing de
scribed premises, to-wit: Lot 1 block 5. lpl 1
hirwv a hu-k i. ionth 550 feet of lot 3 block
4. south 550 feet of lot ( block 4. east 130 feet of
lot 3 block 5, cast 670 feet of lot 6 block 6, and
m bvt of lot 1 block 9. containing In
the aggregate 95.74 acres as per plat of Cheno
weth Pari on file In the offlce of the County
Clerk of Douglas County, Oregon, all being in
trra.h!o 21 south, ranee 3 west of Willamette
Xeridlan and containing In the aggregate 208.55
acres. The east half of the SEli and the east
I, alio men t. H ana
ana me soutn :-, oi
CHURCHILL, WOOLLEY & M1KENZIE
A SQUARE DEAL-
I ' I
I ' I ' I
Y A Bend three cents In stamps toN. K.
1 ome Cottolene Coolc ISooSc. contain-
inslx hundred recipes, prepu"" by
r ' as eminent author! ties on cooking.
J. F. BARKER & CO.
One of the Handsomest Itooms In the Cap
itol Used by Illm.
In tho wing of tho capitol dovotcd to
tho needs of tho scnato two of tho hand
Boniest rooms aro Bet asido for tho nso
of tho president and tho vico president
of tho United Statos. Tho president's
room is naturally put to very littlo nso,
whilo tho vico president's is rarely un
occupied. This room is to lo found at tho ond
of tho sonato lobby. It is a largo, squaro
room, with stuccoed coiling and tintod
walls, furnished with an ecru tinted
carpet,- sovoral largo chairs, two tables,
an ofQco dosk and a largo sofa.
Tho flroplaco a hugo, old fashioned
affair for tho burning of wood with it3
liandsomo brass fender and accompany
ing shovel, tongs and poker, is shut in
by a glass flro screen. Tho retiring vico
president is permitted to take with him
as Bouvdnirs tho bras3 llro tools.
Thero is another bit of floor furniture
in tho room iu thoehapo of a small safo,
which is used as a repository for tho
electoral votes as tiro sealed packages
como from tho various states after each
presidential election. Hero they must
stay until wanted for counting by tho
house of representatives. During this
timo tho safo is continually watched by
two officers detailed from tho capitol
polico force, and tho combination on
which the lock is set is known only to
tho vico president
Among tho wall adornments is a
painting of Georgo Washington by
Rembrandt Pealc Thero is a legend to
tho effect that when sitting for thispor
trait in 179G Washington stuffed cotton
into his cheeks in lieu of tho falso teeth
ho bo greatly needed.
Most of tho rolics of former vico presi
dents have been relegated to a littlo
anteroom now used for toilet purposes.
Among them is tho mirror 2 J feet long
by 1 2 wido bought by tho senate for
tho use of John Adams. Both frame and
glas3 aro of very poor material, but it
cost when purchased $40 and was the
subject of serious controversy in tho
senate. Tho beautifully carved toilet
case, which i3 also contained in tho
anteroom, was mado to order for Gen
eral Chester A. Arthur. Kato Field's
WALKING IN THE RAIN.
Is what we give to evei-yr.nj&
tomer. for we believe the Dest
adertisement possible is a cus
tomer uleased with what we
have sold them, they will come
again and again, aud their friends
will come too.
We arc not here for a day
or for a month.
We are Here to Sta'.
fOLLEHBERG) (&) ftBRAHflM)
J, X - 1
A Form of Open Air ExcrcLte That Has
Certain Attractions of Its Own.
"What am I going to do:" repeated
tho returned exile. "Why, I'm going to
tako a walk in tho rain. It's a trick I
learned in 'flenclaud. dear boy.' and
A SPECIALTY, it's ouc of tho most charming forms of
eserciso on top of this green earth, ion
reo my costume well, it's tho dead
copy of that in which a Cornish squire
of my acquaintance used to walk in
rainv weather over tho downs that make
up most of his estate. My laced shoes,
you perceive, como well up tho ankle,
havo heavy cork soles and have just been
treated to a good rubbing in of cold
cream. I havo stout woolen stockings
ti rl .V-ntrd-orVwrVvra nn Kn tn nvnirl
I-41.A fl o T-iTit r r n T7 rl -i -i -Ti f rTf-f ?".f "rrtii ..j'lfgf
trousers, and this capo mackintosh comes
down pretty near to my heels. My un
derclothing is thick, but not heavy, and
mv clothes aro of rough tweed that
A prciil biand jl unadulterated Tes
A MOTH CATCHING PLANT.
ft Closea Its Jaws and Catches Its Victim
as In a Vise.
A New Zealaml correspondent sug
gests that tho ravages of certain larva)
in somo countries might bo greatly re
stricted by tho introduction of tho New
Zealand moth catching plant, Araugia
albens. This plant, which Is a nativo
southern Africa, was introduced to
New Zealand quito accidentally about
soven yoars ago, and sinco then it has
ijeon extensively propagatea mere on ac
rount of its effective service as a killer
of destructive moths.
Wherever tho climate is mild the
plant is an exceedingly free grower. It
twinca and climbs with groat luxuriance
and produces immense numbers of white
er pinkish flowers, which nave a very
agreeable scent. Theso flowers attract
innumerable moths. On a summer even
ing a hedge of araugia will bo covered
by a perfect cloud of moths, and in tho
morning there will not boa single flow
er that does not imprison one or two
aud sometimes as many as four insects
of various sizes and genera. The action
of tho araugia is purely mechanical.
Tho calyx of tho flower is rather deep,
and the receptacle for its sweet juices is
placed at its base. Attracted by the pow
erful scent and the prospect of honey.
tho moth dives down tho calyx and pro
trudes its proboscis to reach tho tempt
ing looo, out Deiore it can ao so me
proboscis is nipped between two strong,
hard, black pinchers, which guard the
passage, and onco nipped thero is no es
capo for tho motb, which is held as in
a viso by the extreme end of the probos
cis and dies miserably.
Tho "rationale" of tho process Is not
yet explained. The proboscis is bo very
6lightly inserted between the pinchers
(only a minute fraction of an inch) that
it apparently cannot affect tho genera
tive organs of the plant unless these
may bo the pinchers themselves, whose
actual contact may bo necessary lor re
production. Upon dissection the pinch
ers, even in their ordinary position, are
invariably found to bo almost in contact,
tho separating interval being apparent
under a stronp; lens. It is therefore hard
to understand why such a process as the
destruction of a moth should be neces
sary to closo this already minuto gap.
But, at all events, the thing is done,
and effectively, and a plant of araugia
covering a spaco of ten yards In length
will destroy as many hundred moths ev
ery night, and consequently prevent the
ravages of 50 time3 as many larvse. It
is, however, a singular fact that in New
Zealand, whero tho plant has of ten been
cultivated for tho express purpose of de
stroying the detested codling moth, (Jar
pocapsa pomenalla, that wily insect de
clines to enter tho trap.
THE PARIS COCHER.
Their Wares So Tame That They Like to
In Caitou tho fishmonger's is a most
Important trade. Tho Chinaman la a
born fisherman. Ho also has forages
past cultivated a system of artificial
breeding and rearing or live fish for tho
market. In tho shops were displayed
live and dead fish, fish fresh and salted,
smoked and preserved. Ono variety was
like whitebait, iu baskets, graded from
tiny things not ban an inch long to
what appeared to bo tho same fish grown
8 or 9 inches in length. Thoso were sold
fresh salted and smoked. Shark fins are
a delicacy. Thero were fish mdttled and
barred, bright and dull, fish of quaint
and to us unknown shapes, but fore
most, abovo all, and everywhere to be
Eeen, were the artificially grown live
A wonderful creature was this, al
ways appearing to suixer irom neat,
gasping at tho surface of tho water for
breath and recalling Verdant ureen s
fish that wero begiLning to sweat and
complain. They were as tame as domes
tic animals, seemmgly careless of being
knocked about, thrown from ponds into
boats, from boata into tubs, from tubs
into buckets and then back into tubs
again. They were used to being handled
and inspected, and if disapproved put
back into the water to bo sold, alivo u
bought whole, or ct:t to pieces while
living and sold in Weeding chunks. A
thick, short fish is this, of tho mullet
shape, averaging ebont 15 inches in
length and wei-jhitg swat a pounds,
but sometimes Linger, and running up
In weight to as mud. as 4 or even 5
When cut up, they bleed like pigs,
and to showhoTT freiuly they are killed
the salesman is in fie habit of slicing a
livo one into pieces, and with tho blood
smearing all the pieces for sale, so that
they look reeking and horrible to Eu
ropean eyes. To keep them alive in the
shops they aro always placed in a largo
tub with a smaller vessel fixed above it
From tho bottom of tho upper vessel a
bamboo, with one or two saw cuts in it,
cticks out, and from those cuts streams
of water flow in thin cascades into tho
tub beneath. Every now jnd then, when
the upper vessel becotres empty, the fish
all rise to the surface, and glop, glop,
glopl take down hot' air and water.
Then an attendant, attracted by the
noise, plunges a bu.ket down among
them, and from the water in which they
swim fills the upper vessel fall again.
FUEL FOR PARIS.
Jtv style ol
Is hxvlcg a Urgo sale.
Glass and Delf Ware
At astonishing lov .n.. Our o
Tonsu.- are vtry popular.
14 of the SEJiOi section z
tie south ol the N E K
the s w li ana me r. :t o:
tlnn 11. also the Section .1.
J. OX1AX, 71.
ItheS W H of Sec-
K ol the
S E M and the S Zi of the N WJf and lots 2.
3 ana oi tecuon sj, mil iu wwuuii . wum,
rangcCwestof Willamette Meridian, the S Hot
It is now well understood that "rimrS611.
is the oest es
Physician and Surgeon,
Office in S. Marks & Co.'s Block, upstairs.
Calls promptly answered day or night.
Physician and Surgeon.
Graduate Rush Medical College.
Diseases of Women" and Children a Specialty
OFFICE, Rooms 9 & 10, Marsters Building.
RrjtDfCi, Douglas Street, second place east
La FATTTTg Lam. Jcdce L. Locghakt
JANE & LOTJGHARY,
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
VtlU pTaetite in all the eourta of Oregon. Of
flce In the Taylor-Wilson block.
Section 18. also all of Section 13, also that pan of
Section 30 described as follows: Beginning at
th nnrtnw-Mt corner Ol ertriion ju. niiininK
thence south lO.tl chains: thence east 3X50
chains: thence south 20 chains, thence south 83
degrees 2 minutes east 17 chains: thence north
30.15 chains to the south line of Section 13:1
thence west along said south line of Section l'J
to the point of beginning, also lots 1, 2, Z, and
4, of section 20. all In township 11 south,
range 5 west of Willamette Meridian, together
with the tenements, hereditaments and appur
tenances thereto belonging, all in Douglas
County. Oregon, I will apply the proceeds of
said sale to the payment of the costs taxed at
tlitt. and accruing costs on this writ, and
second to the payment of Attorney s fees
taxed at 1230.00, third, to the payment of the
Judgment in favor of the above named plain
tiff. E. G. Young & Co for the sum of
1x775.76, with interest at the rate of 8 per cent
per annum from the 17th day of ovcmbcr,
few, and the remainder, if any thero be, 1
will pa; over to the said defendant, the Chen-
oweth Park rrull Aisocsauon or uneir icgai
representatives. C. F. CATHCABT,
Sheriff, Douglas County, Oregon.
T. K. Ricahrdson
tablished and most reliable Piano
aud Organ dealer iu the State.
He has secured the American
atrencv and will soon receive
PIECES SHEET MUSIC
AT 10 CTS. PER COPY.
Mailed to any address for One Cent Extra.
Catalogue of this immense stock sent free on application.
We have also secured the agency of the Wiley B. Allen Co.
T. K. RICHARDSON,
. ordinary Bo- rafH Dlniness.
Vhr 'f Falling kn-
'h ilH ration;. Serv-
I 7.cJ"i EPH ous twitching
I dkcoTery of WVftH of the eyes
'hishnrn1 MM Other
has been en- kVSSIHI nattx.
iJorscdbytho flDkjS V7 --v
mKritlmt and tones the
Hnd,in is UArVCV HudjlB cures
UW VCSe EtflK Ke'rfousneU'
Hodjin stops Emission,
Slli?0?, JEIJk PMhTthe
TosT 111 wn
A Queer and Pathetic TteUc of tho GUded
Days of Ixrals XV.
When,' Theophilus, you feel that yon
havo been run over and abused by this
hard, old, wicked world and would like
tojbo an emperor .ior.a; -few-mlnutea "to
The Coal From Three Countries Is 3Iixed
If or Domestic TJee.
Whenever possible the Seine is util
ized for tho transportation of fuel to
Paris. Nearly all tho great wholesale
firms have their yards in the neighbor
hood of tho river. Tho railroads also
bring a great deal of wood and coal to
i : i 1
tau City. .13 uiu uv win xuuto diuvtij
through tho yards of some of tho lines
Of-railroad tho. passengers canee in-
closures filled with ' cord wood,, store-
xTf iTIfTR in hrrptir dren that the under
AN slsraed has been bv the Probate Court for
Attorney at Law,
Ilepuly 1'roaecutlag Attorney.
Office at the Court Honte up stain.
Faber's Golden Female Pills..
For Female Irregular
1 ties: nothlngjlkethem
the market, ercr
Conntv. ritate of Oregon, dulr ao-
adrainistrator of the estate of James
a. varnev. aeceasca. ah ocrsons navuiE cinitaa
against the estate aro hereby required to present
the same to me at uasiana, vougias ouumi,
on. within six montns irom me aaic oi mis
A- Varney, deceased
I notice, and all persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment to
me at saia piacc.
Dated this tith uay oi .vovemocr, ikii.
ALBERT N. VARNEY.
Admlstrator of the estate of Jamrs A. Vnrncy,
to relievo suppressed
SUBS SAFE! CERTAIN 1
Don't bo humbugged.
Save Time, Health,
and money ; take no oth
er. Bent to any address.
secure by mall on re
ceipt oi price, iw.
Notice is hcrcbr given that tho undersigned
was by an order duly Issued out of the County
t'OUrt lor uougias county, maw ui un-guu, uu
lh. ith (lav nf Inwintr. WMi. anrtolntnl the nd-
mlnlstrator of the estate oi W. J. Alexander, de
ceased, and as such administrator has duly
nmllflfd and entered nnon tho duties of tald
office. All persons holding claims against tho
aala estate wiupreseniincsame, uuiy venucu,
within lr months from this date, to the under
signed, or to J. W. Hamilton, at the Court
Dated this 13th day of December, 1W4.
GEO. W. KIMBALL.
Administrator of the Ettete of W. J. Alexander,
THE APHRO MEDICINE COMPART,
Waetsra Breach, Box27,POBTXAia, OB-
Wood taken on subscription at the
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN.
Stock Ranges, Timber Lauds and Mining Properties,
Prune and Hop Lands of best quality, in choice locations,
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices and easy terms. Inquire of
ID. S- K. BUICK,
CU?Sls t n aLH siM 4'.nl mm.
PRO GRES3IVE I
qnickly. Over 2.W0 private endonemenb.
lTemnturcnes means ta potency In tho first
Ftxso. It Is it symptom of seminal weakness
nnd barrenness. It can bo stopped In JO days
cy tho uso of Hudyan.
Tho new discovery was. made by tho Special
ist of tho old famous Hudson Medical Institute.
It is the strongest Tllallzcr made. It Is very
powerful, but taimlcsi Bold for S1.00 a, psck-
acooto pact ages tor &5.co(piainscsJea boxes).
Written guarantee given for a cure If you buy
six loxc and aro not entirely cured, six more
will ba sent to yon free of all charges.
Send for circulars aud testimonials. Address
HUDSON MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Jutictlou Stockton, Market JtunisSts.
ami Francisco, Cnl.
? i EAST PI ?
fCorn Paint $
J Cures CORNS. BUNIONS and WARTS
W SPEEDILY and WITHOUT PAIN. W
W FOR SALE dFaTl DRUGGISTS.
IIPPHAN BSOTHSBSlPup'rs, W
& Llppman's Block, SAVANNAH, GA. 0
wouldn't bo damaged if yon let 'em lie
in a stream for a week. Instead of a
collar, I wear a light silk scarf around
my neck, over which I turn my coat
collar and button it up so. This hat is
a waterproof foro aud after.
"Umbrella? Why, of coursouot. That
would destroy tho very spirit, tho very
joy, of tho experience, which is to feel
tho rain beating in your face, tho wet
wind whistling about your ears and
tho weather banging you about general
ly. You may not like it at first, but you
soon will, and then you'll find there's a
sort of wild joy about tho thing that yon
"Catch cold? Why, of course not. In
fact, a couko of walking in the i a is
ono of tho best proventiTcs against tak
ing cold. So long as you're moving
briskly there's no danger of taking cold,
no matter how wet it may be. It's the
standing or sitting in wet things that's
so dangerous, and so you must just walk
from Iho timo you leavo tho houso until
you get back, and then, when you do
get back, strip off everything and give
yourself a good rub. And if as you put
on your dry things, you do not feel a
new man with a new zest for tho strug
clo of lifo then I don't know a banana
from an express waKon." New York
A young lady who was in a hurry to
tako a train aud wanted to buy a small
shopping bag walked into a wholesale
establishment by mistake.
"Will you show mo a bag, please
sho began, but tho clerk interrupted her
'Wo sell nothing at ret.nl," he said.
"I could ouly let you havo bags by tho
"Dear mo! .Not ono bag;
"Xo, madam. I'm very sorry. "
"And I'm in such n hurry! Well!"
Sho turned toward tho door, and htr
eyo was caught by a samplo bag on tho
"Ah," sho exclaimed, "that's exactly
tho bag I want 1 Couldn't yon sell mo
tho twelfth of a dozen?"
Sho got her bag. Youth's Compan
ion. Womtn Ofllcers Ite-clcctcd.
The Woman's Benevolent association
of Kansas City, Kan., olected officers at
its recent meeting. Without an ex
ception tho old officers wcro re-elected.
Hero they aro: Mrs. Phcebo A. Lager,
president; Mrs. E. J. Harris, vico pres
ident; Mrs. W. II. Ryus, secretary, and
Mrs. .7. C. Martin, treasurer. Tho soci
ety is over 20 years old.
and call to your 6ido ono of these whip
snapping lords of tho pavement, and for
1 K francs in shabby glory you can drive
around tho streets of the brilliant city
and run over people, like a king. It
doesn't make any difference. The man
has a number and a license to whip up
his horso when ho comes to a crowd.
Tako it all in, Theophilus, and lean
back on your cushions as the women
and children scatter beforowhip and
hoofs and bo sure to get your American
monev's worth of that delightful old
mediajval feeling of being in a beauti
ful carriage world where pedestrians are
born with tho right of being knocked
down and tho privilege of being fined
The cab i3 the last touching symbol
of rovaltv in France. It is the plaintive
remnant of the old French constitution,
which consisted succinctly stated in
running over people and then having
them cuillotined for being in the way.
Pav vour cabman with reverence, The
ophilus, in theso bare and democratic.
times. Ho is tho nation's reductio ad
absurdum of Louis XV pathetic, with
tho gilt rubbed off. Independent
The Dyaks of Borneo.
Tho ferocity of tbo Dyaks of Borneo
when Rajah Brooke first came was ap
pallinc. Xo Eocial or religious function
could take place among tho tribes with
out bloodshed. Young unmarried girls
camu forth from tho long seclusion to
which they had been condemned sinco
childhood so anxmic that they could
hadly stand A slave was killed in
their honor and tho blood of tho victim
sprinkled over them. Head hunting had
decimated tho race. It was imperative
that husbands should conjure evil spirits
bv brineiuc a human head to their
wives fceforu tho expected birth of
child. Bovs might not aspiro to man
hood without having earned tho badge
of tho head hunter.
skull was tho first rift of a lover
to his mistress and tho last token of re
spect by which tho living could honor
tho dead. On account ot his rans no
pcttv chief could bo buried without
many freshly decapitated heads to lorm
his escort into tho next world, lno
greatest respect, moreover, was shown
to such trophies. They wero smoked
over a firo to preserve them. Their lips
wero forced open to recciVo tho choicest
morsols during tho family meal To
bacco and bote! nuts wero also spread
before them. Thoy wero looked upon as
honored guests, and every effort was
mado to win their friendship. rort
Tho amount of fatty matter or oil in
maino is fav greater than iti wheat. In
tho latter oil composes about 1 per cent;
in tho former, from t! to 10.
Sholloy married an innkeeper's daugh
ter. who proved uncongenial, llo leu
her, and sho committed suicide.
Northwest ire (and Marine Insurance (?
The Leading Home Company.
IIICA.D OUrt,lOE--33 WASHINGTON ST.. POitl'I-AND.
J. l.or.UT..MlCUO, President. II. M. UltANT, Scc'y tut.l HIiuiriRcr
J. W. WRIGHT, Agent, BOSEBURG, OBEGON.
Queen City Incubator,
CANNOT I5K OVEUHEATKD
and HAS NO EQUAL.
l'irnt Premium, Soattln.
ITirHt X'roniiiim, IjOh jVjijioIob.
SKXI) KOI. ILLL'STllATEI) CATALOGUE.
Tliorouglibrnl Poultry, Kcgt f"r Hatching.
Kngllsli Setters, Irish Setters, Fox Terriers. Skye
Terriers, l'ugt (registered stock). Our stock in
three seasons bus won 8.1 1'rcmlums in the Show
CAI.mVlCM. & I.ARKINS,
1510 Front Street,
Mention this I'apcr. SEATTLE, WASH
My ntock brand U a cross h
eliotilder and on left thigh,
under half crop in !ot!i earn.
Mill anil C.myon creek.
K. 1. Co.'DKIl)
i;.vpciino Mill lnltl.
Any person in Dim a I as county pur
chasing it piano of Tite Wiley I. Allen
Co. during tho fair at Portlnud, Or., can
have freight bill refuuded if presented to
T. K. Richaidson, Rosoburg, within 1
days after purchase of goods.
A Terrific Shock.
Mrs. Bangleton was reading of a
street car accident in Chicago to her
"Tho cars ran together, " sho said,
"and Miss Wabash, who was standing
in tho aisle, was thrown from her feet
"Geo whiz," exclaimed her husband,
"thoso cars must havo been going a
hundred miles an hour!" Detroit Free
The -lton Water Motor
Of capacities varying from 1 to 25 horse
power allonls the most convenient, eco
nomical and reliablo power for all light
service. One of theso mav bo seen run
ning at this office. Send for circulars,
The l'elton Water Wheel Co., 121 Main
St., San Francisco, Cal.
houses of sacks 01 icel; also CarstoScTeI '
with these sacks, which all seem to bo
of tho same size. The opening of tho
sacks is secured by lacings of cord, and
the cords fastened by leads. Here also
may bo seen, stored on cars, large un
perforated briquettes for use in engines
and manufactories. Along tho embank
ment of the Seine may be seen hundreds
of cords of wood riku 111 such regular
order that cno could well believe that
tho epacings were measured off with a
Tho coal is from English, French and
Belgium mines. Sometimes tho three
kinds aro mixed for uso in the kitchen
Tho shops fcr tae sale of fuel by retail
are almcs: as numerous as tho bakeries.
Thev are always neat, and tho wood,
coal and kindlings arc arranged in a
most artistic manner. The wood is piled
so aa to show tho evenly sawed ends.
Tho samples of coal aro arranged in
glass disher, an I in somo of the shops,
whero orders aro taken for tho whole-
salo place?, wood is arranged in tho
windows and decorated with growing
moss and ferns. Indeed the chief aim of
tho French shopkeeper is to make his
shop attractive. Ladies' Home Jour
Cold Weather Suggestions.
As cold weather approaches women
try to devise means for preventing hands
and hps from chapping. An excellent
remedy to prevent chapping is cold
cream. A manicure says that it whitens
tho skin moro than ny preparation. It
has taken tho place of tho old timo rem
edy mutton suet. t suould bo well
rubbed into tho skin, and gloves, pref
erably white, slipped on. Tho palms of
tho gloves should bo slit in several places
to allow tho air and prevent omps of
tho muscles, and the finger tips clipped
off. Vaseline should never be allowed to
touch tho hands. It turns tho skin yel
low and leaves a stain on the nails that
is hard to clear away.
In winter cold water should be used
sparingly. Its action roughens the skin
unpleasantly. Tepi l water, with a very
few drops of household ammonia and a
good lather of castilo or borax soap, is
advisable. If tho hands are inclined to
redness, the trouble lies in tho way of
circulation, and slight gymnastics will
A Case or Step-love.
The girl with tho level brows was
talking to tho man wi th tho Roman nose.
'I don't understand you," she said
"I asked yon if you thought my lovo
'Xo, it is impossible. You are not
"I don t want to be. Pleaso don k in
terrupt me again; I merely wanted to
know if my earnest, devoted love
"It would not. Yon aro too old. Be
sides, as I said before, yon aro not my
'Hang ideals! I want to marry your
inithcr and Ihj your stepfather. Now, do
yon understand?" Detroit Freo Press.
$1000 to $5000 on improved farm prop-
ertv. D. S. K. Buick
Go to tho Roseleaf for Uie beat cigars.
Ileware of Ointments for Catarrls
tltat Contain Mercury.
ns mereurr will su'clv dot my the .cnse ot
smell anl completilj derang'1 the whole system
when entering 11 inmiiga uiucuus Minm-vs.
Such articles sl-ould never be used e.vccpt on
prescriptions imm rcpuubL. physicians, as the
damage thev will do ten fold u the nood you
can possioiv uerive i'ui im iii. uumnu
Cure manufactured by I" J- Cheney & Co., To
ledo, O., contains 110 mercury, nnd :s tasen in
teniallv. acting din-clly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's
C.!arrh Cure be sure you cet the genuine. It is
taken Intcrnallv. and mailoi-: Toledo, Ohio, by
F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
SoUl by Druggists, price 75 c. per bottlo.
Trespass notices printed on cloth
tale at this office at 5 cents each.