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THEPUIHDEALER PUBLISHING COMPANY
One Year p&j&ble in alvnce
Six Months, " " .
Three Months. " "
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THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 1S93.
In posting our boots for the year itfty
iff find there arc a number of txnons 111-j
debled to us ui tmaU amount iritcA aggre
gate screral thousand dollars. Like al
most even body else, tre are sadly in neeti
of money trilh which to pay our indebted
nessnot for investment or speculation.
Our creditors are in the same fir, and are
crowding us. Conequently tre are com
pelled lo urge upon our friends the neces
sity of the jutyment of the small amounts
due us. Therefore tre trill at the earliest
possible moment render a statement of
account, as appears from our boots Janu
ary I, JS?J, to every person indebted to us.
here there are so many small accounts it
next to impossible to keep all of them cor
rectly, liencc trhen you receive a statement
nnrf think if 1 incorrect, eve'i if you
have paid it and tre failed to give gou
credit, don't "fly off the handle" and get
mad, but trritc kindly and tell us abont it
if you can't trritc kindly, write any tray,
for ire uxint to hare our books correct If
you can't pay the tchole amount of your bill,
a portion of it trill te thankfully received,
and if it is not convenient for you to pay
any of it,. let us know that fact also. We
tmild be pleased to Itare erery person rc
ceiring a statement of account to aeknoir
ledge Us receipt at their earliest conren
icnet. PL A TXDEJ L ER PUB. CO.
W. V. Taylor. South Dakota ea
treasnrer. is an absconder to Ibo
tune at $370,000. And, by tli way,
he was elected as a republican, which
probably scconnts for the large
amount of the shortage, for there is
nothing small about South Dakota
The struggle that has b?en going
on in this state for the past several
weeks over the senatorial election is
evidence that it would be much bet
ter if senators were elected by direct
vote of the people. That method of
electing senators might throw a few
"bosses" out of a job, bnt it would be
a much snrer way of fulfilling the ex
pressed wishes of the people.
The proposition of voting taxi
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for school purposes will corae before!
the people of this district neit Mon
day. Provision must be made for
the accommodation of more pupils j
nonr public school, and we be
neve the object can best bo acromJ
plished by the building of school
Knncaj ?n fi i fT aro n t r.rtri L. rtf il,
t .- - r , ,.
In reunng from public office Geo.
IV T.V1A. ccu.n.l.n.
takes with him the best wishes of the j
people of Oregon, regardless of poli-i
tics. 3Ir. 3IcBride has proved an j
energetic, painstaking official, and
notwithstanding that a greater
lion of the tiraa he has suffered great j
bodily psin, he has always ben kind t
ana accommodating to all with whom :
ha amo in innapt "Tiv l,n t,mn ra. I
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fjainflis noaiiti aaa live :o cDioy.niEil and wo desire conliaiiBllr to i
many years of happiness.
There's somethinR wrong with the j
caras. Mere tners been a renatonal
fight in progress for several weeks,
and Harry ililler has'ct leon beard i
from once. Wonder what'.- tne mat-'
ter? Perhaps be intends looming np '
as a dark horse, or else keep ont al- j
together, and will bob up serenely
when the tide comes for choosing a
sneeessor to Conrrressmjin Hmimn.
If the latter. Harry will be able 10 1
give Eome cf the senatorial aspirant '
il t & a 1
UilA Li 3 OUU SUil'Jn, U.UU iUfU Utfcit iUt?UJ
for the congressional nomination,,.
providing always that Hermann is
not in the wav.
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Ol lUo OKI
It is stated that some
state house gang at Salem expect to
hold their positions under tbo n-w
aamimsira'.ion, as tney iiav -etrons'
1 'pl .1
pulls lnere sUOnid btf a dean
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sr-eep all along .the line from the
coventor's pnvate secretary down to
tho foot of tb.9 ladder, including each
and every person, excepting the
clerks and assistants of the state
treasurer. When the people elected
the.present state officers they did so
because they wanted new men iu the.
positions, aud if those men do not
rollow the example eet by the peo-
pie they will bo lacking in their du-
ties. Give us a clenn sweep from
top to bottom, and more especially
"fire" those felJos that have a
After the re-election of Dolpb
what then! Why, a cast in a to the
winds of the free-silver pretext, of
course, and a scurrying to sret back '
upon the sound money plank of the !
republican platform Portland Tele- j
As heretofore remarked by the
Plaindealee, the re election or de
feat of Senator Dolpb will not settle
the silver question. Thre arn no
doubt many persons in Oregon who j
relieve in the free coinage of hilver
and also are of the opinion thai Sena
tor Dolph will ! re-el-cterJ. If bo
jp, we venture the ascerlion that tho
Telegram can c...:nt on tbM lingers of,
nnn niinrl oil flm nurinu llml u-ill Ac' '
one nanu an lue percJUS mat Will rift. ,
r.,( Ihe. fri-L. ti'li.-.r r!.i,i UoT.II
ipiil r-..,... W.Tru , rrj.l ,.1 IIUUCI '
fitanrl that ther in sometbing else iu
the i-ihvr qiieMion besides ;b elec
tion of a United Stn-.-i senator. Tho
aforfehaid editor is ho wrapped np in
Dolpb that he thinks everybody will
fall down and orrbir him after be
.re-elected, prnyiding he is.
Ere this communication appenrs in
the columns of tho Plain healer, the
legislative assembly of Oregon will
liavo been conveued, nnd tho tuum
hot thereof will bo preparing and
prej-pntiug bill to be naotel into
law. Every iiifinher imagines ho
mils' iiitrodui'K umi" lul1, bo it good,
bad i'i imlifiV .i.t. that hit constitu
ent b .-t,n ki that he is pioscnt and
inakiug boute ofloits to distinguish
himself as au actio wot king meiuhor.
Fow now laws :iro needed the lfss
the Ivlier. Tiu iioiiiof sotuti now
onjthe statute lxk. the biuiph
amendment of others .will l more in
accord with the iuteroMs of Oregon
and au ecimi.ni;M administration of
affair!', than a huge vulrgury of lawn
for which no neoe.-sily exibtn.
One of the most important matters
requiting tho attention of our law
nmkerb is that relative to our public
roads. Sotno me-nr should l en
acted iutojlaw. wberetiy nnr system
of working the public ioad- may be
more eflicieut and productive of ben
eficial results. A stiem by whicl
our roads could l vorkl ly con
tract, the county courts of thb vari
ous counties being empowered to let
contracts jn the bovernl road districts
in their re-pactivo cj'iuti-M.iJiuid
contractors being out under bond for
tho faithful performance of work
specified in th extract, would bo
more conducive u. the improvement
of our roads than the !oo-e and inef
fective system now prevailing.
Contractors could be required, on
low lands, to well grade aud heavily
, 1 1 a. - it 1
gravel me runus passiug luruugu i
By so doing they could .
enaiij U iu reuuit '"'""o"""'-( reaav fur th., public. Them enormous
the year. On side hills, which aro(Pa,r8 ,nko srPat deal of time nnd
frequently seepy, clayey soils, ditches j i,3n work.
shonld be dng nlong sidejof the road, j Mif, Max3 Nichols ba the brick work
or rather trenches made, aud then j on i,cr boust- complete.!, atd will scon
well tiled with tile of sufficient j have it ready for occupancy. Kxm.
capacity to drain ofT all surplus I
water. Some such plan of operations ; Scottsburg Items,
would make our now rdmobt impassa- Mr. K. 11. ltuchard is still suffering
ble roads fairlv passable at all bea-! :l w and 1'wHinBe.l attack of
K,na f ih v,r i rhenraatism
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This pnbhc highwav question ss
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rtna rf 11, mncl imnnrtnnt mnfferu '
that is considered by the people and ;
that shonld receive tho beriotis;atten-!
lion of onr law makers, now assem- j
bled at Salem.
. Good roads materially assist the i
farmer in his money making and pnt
him np on a higher plaue sociallv,
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commercially and financially. At tbo
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sauiu IIIUP lUC U1J UUUCUW
I and add much to the comfort and
convenience of bis family. Thev
place him in better accord with the
busy world, and therefore bring him
in close contact with its civilized in
j number of ways bad roads entail a
! loss upon the people. 1 ho necessity i
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; for more help, the wear and tear oft
ti - t .1 t i . I
draft animals, tho depreciation of ;
farm lands, the great personal incon-;
venience and so on. which, taken in '
; connection with tho fact that good'
por-iroads are cheaper than bad onesJ
should canse tho people and onr law ;
makers to act promptly and effect-:
ivelv. It is a costlv and paralyzing t
j:.: r ... 1 i . .
uuuuiuuu ut auatis li' uaiu umi iuws:
impress npoa the minds of the- read-
ers of tho Plaisdealee the actaal
necessity and benefit of good road?
passablo with ease and comfort at all
.seasons of the year.
We hope this question will receive
the serious attention of members of
onr legislature at its present session,
for he who solves this problem of
cood road making, and by effective
'legislation brings it into practice, ',
W'H msnt and
receive Hie Ulgnest
commendation of the people,
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'ucoiuir.o - creiiuici ui iiuiukiuu
iareesperieneinK trouble in giving
; the neceary bon.K King conntj'.
' (Seat tie), J. V. Maple, has been tin-
(aMrt tfl fnrnis.li the .101(XK) (wind,
and hRS MJ notlSed , be C0uaJi,siuu.
erf, wbo wi appniut olw to ,-,
! .k atp,. Snoti'm mtniv rmn-
. me omw. I'je apota.lH Conni pop-
nUf fr.rwnrr lin- IhVm tn (nr.
"Hal irea-tirer U8s rtlsO lai.ed 10 inr-
r.ish bond, and the old one is still
holding oflic, awaiting the ectiou ol
tbeconniy commi.-.-ionerp. A similar
difficulty with the populist treasnr
cr's liond is reported 1:1 Cbehnlis
! The stork holder.- of the Douglas Coanty
Agricultural Afuociatioa willn eetnt the
j court iiouse in Kosebtir on .Saturday,
February 1', 1S9-J, zt 10 o'clock a. m. for
thetHirftose of election seven directors for
the ensuing year; ateo for ttie electing of
one director for the 2nd Fouthern Orcscn
I). A. S.t and other important bnsines?.
Kvery e took holder is requested to attend
or send their prosy.
F. A. McC.mx, fieiretarv.
Opera House to Rent.
The Odd Felloaa B'.iildinc Association
will receive propjiah for renting the
Ojera House lor one ear, from Feb. 1 ,
1S35, ensuing. Rerita pjyablo monthly
in advance. Tho directore rcKirvo the
right to reject any and all bids. Addre,
Joi. .Mit'EMi, fe'ecv.
Will Visit the North-end.
About .l.muarv 20tli I aiil bs in Yon-1
cill.i to if inir watches nnd i looks. From
thfre I wiil lo Elkion, Scollsburz :'nd I
,,BMU,1 ,., . rill. ,
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,4.y want t(l (), (l ror 1(. ycr,,
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Oakland Odd Fellows
The otficar of Umpqiii No .'i7.
I. O. 0. F., of O-iklanl. inBttlleil .bin.
10. 1SH5, by J'eph ".lifvili, U 1. G
M., an- at ..IIo-ah: A Marcelluc, K.
a. If. L. Sr-ben', V. O. ; W. C. Gil-1
moar, K. S ; Z. L. Dimmick, P. S. ; J.
H. L'earlinR, Trtas.
Mr. Bcclslpy wns in Itiddlo Monday
buying young cattle.
Wild Howijh aro Mourning, and thoro
are iimny other indications of spring.
Mrs. Doim Catching returned homo
Saturday from quite nn extended visit
with relatives in llosebmg.
Mis. Ali'o Kiddle mid iliuiulittTH Maud
and llrleim Hpeni Tuesday with the
ho-tets of Ohiaiond Fruit I Arm.
G. K. Quine and Ernest Hiddlo weiit
to Middle crock TiiObday to look aft'.-r
Mr. Quii.u'p dttlo and for mi outing.
Miit Minnie Gilpatiiek, who Iihs Win
nMi'iidiiig M-hool at tliW place, returned
to her home on Po-? Creek hist week.
A. W. ut.d Walter Cornntl ire down
hum their ;rtitcd furm mi D.ijh iTcek.
This ininy weathor will hnrdly permit
Hunting and t btyirig nldiits seem to
be the exciting rage up in thi- ueighbor
hood. Young utid old men too take, part
in the e.Iue-o.
T. I), tiiliuor.i. who Ii.ih lijfii in I'ort-
hmd for the pat few tnonthi, i vNiting
his brother htre. Agent Gilm-rn, 11 few
days, on his rertirn tu hl mi.
Our doctor, l'.. K. (inuee, leicived a
lotdlneiv gixtJa this Week, lie IWmt
keeps a lit sr ci.i's drug store, -Ltt't :d I uif-h-iiil
'v ) i:i i!h r-!i will d vU t( tl
All t!;i..fO :u lihl.llt- '.'- aid tlie
suTetcra of Xoln i-Wn i-.m placo their
nuuie a.id tlie aiunmit of -iili-rri'ti,ni ep
jKlsito on the niVeripuwi at the
a!ore of Uid-l!e A Scott
Mrs. Macij Itid.lle it:t' ivt'inieil from
Grants l'a?N W she 1. i i5itin
with relative an 1 friv-u.ls tinea Uhripl
mas times. It i hird.y t')s;ble she
j loand tilings s predicted iiy the Enter
If the Kiddle Kntcrpiie intends getling
1 iMit n linlif'tir rililTi.ii ? nvlt tu ruirti.infl
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It 19 rnmorett that our merchant li to
have s new ttoru btuMing and ware room
. fc I
this comim: summer,
MlM Kamii(. Sawv,,rs lMSt relflTUOii
from Ganliner. uhere she has leen since
it fall. Miss l anaie i.mnch improved
Mrs. I. Nelson of Gardiner has been
on a vtfit to her parents. Her mother,
Mrs. A. Sawyers, has been quite ill, but
ia somewhat improved.
Kxald Ulass, residing about two miles
below this place, was ra'.hei surprised a
ehort time since to find a cayote in a
trap which had been set for an otter.
The bank of the riyer near the taunery
jhas caved off so much as to alines: take
the road with it. So much slid Into tho
river as to necessitate immediate repair?.
t r i ri
OJI 1 ICCllIlJ,
. fice of the company. In Itoetnrz. Ore
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sou, at 1 o dock p.
fJ' . 1S3-
ui , on the 20tb 'dcy
, for Hi-' Hir;ose of tran-
' i sitting jush li'i.ineii sa nmv c-jtne be
f.jre the meettn,:. W. T. Iwdlev, Sk
IVrthnd, Or., IKc. -21. K'4.
Dr. Price? Crcana Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
T: T"E CIK'-l IT CoVRT O" THE STATE
o; (rton, lr I'
: Couqit of Doaclas.
e. h iinisum. iiainti
A. S. Petr. J. T.. Wllon '
awl A. . Wlnnlford.
Xbtitu, at s mmUr term of the circuit
! Conn nt thi nf Orp-yAfi riTT n v ut THi:
I tn rri;
On Satnnlar the l&h day oZ DeeemKr
toe p'.sintifl above named recorereI nd;aent
ijlDit the a to re nimt-1 defendants for the
sum of fourteen hcndrel and forty-fire dollars
ami eichiy-fonr cents (illliMI tad far
JllitO altorrnj fees and t?A.Vi costs and
cumwcksis neretn tax! ana sssinst
the folloirln: dtscrlboJ projtrtj-. One bay
?taiiion 2tc jears ou, one Mac:
onejraarc ninc'ywn w,eoBehor
"x . one nj ii rnn 01.1 ana
. October. barioc len dalr attached hrr-
ilD. that I did on the lilh day of January. I-"-j
fn 1jds'.jl county, Oresoo. at the hour of 1
1 o clck p. in . of sold day. H at public auc-
a the highest bidder for caVh In band.
: " iur. Uiuuri ioi wil iU usuu
J tielns the vrortT of the above nane.1 defend
tow, Min uie onnfine in tne aszrczate. tne
j 5Vv- ,cosU.,u5d?,1 tosreiher with attorney
i fees and interest mailne the amount of lad;-
sent VS.i.Z. the amount of the !e ol per
I tSSt tlie' "SSS
.1' L Z'a'i
'.t . ' 01 wu,rf- "lhe "".ur "f 1
oCli p. ra. at the Court House dcor. vn
! '"xbarg. floula county. Oregon, fell at .nb-
lk. ftUCou tnthe hishra: bidder . I. .r csl. in
h,Jt11 .lhc riht. title or !nteret uhich
nam preniaai. oretairoi tnem, had inorlto
, " MUtvir A - -! rropeny on the sit
of O' tobcr. or a: any lime thereafter.
afd rwal i.rowrtv lhavini; in 'li!i action on
said date, tcn duly kttarhcl and ordered sold
unuer feaiti c;uciimni. vt vn .
TheCibel M. Grover IVination fjind Cialm.
j wrvcywl 011 the L. S. roup nnd .Ic-InaKi as
Claim No. , btinc imrts of Sec. . S. -t; nnd
;3?lnTp 25 K. 6 vest, beiug boundc.1-as
, Ueglnnins: att point 3 chain Muth and 20
I chains nnd iillntj -..eit from Ihe corner Sees.
j D'Jt "41' n,r.au w
place ol iK-clniiin and containing 5W acres,
also lot iniinbcrcd nnd 3 in tec. .11 In Tp.
Z'i S , H. 0 wt, containlns CS acres In I)oni;laa
county, Oregon, on the 31t dav ot Oct.. or
any tun thereallcr, and also ail the ritfht,
title and interest, the sr.ld defendants or
either of them, had In or to the follouin:
described rejl prorerty. ou the "l)lh dav of
October. J-14. or r.t any time thereafter, to wit
Bcginnlnc at the nnnhweit corner of Ut No. r.,
ninulnK thence c.it .') feet, thence 'outh 4D feet,
thence wcl-Yfecl. Ihencc north 11 feet to place
of bcjtlmiins In lllocfc No. II in It It. Addition
to the Town of Oalland. llouslns County. Orc
ann, ai recorded Iu ihe o3ce of the County Clerk
of ald Doujtlas county, Oregon, toceltur nlth
tcnim'-iils, hereditaments and Hpiurteimneis
therenbi ln.-Iouzin; or in biijw1c apficitalnlnp.
and I will applj the profee-d arl'inij therefrom,
first to the oottsnnd c-penscsof such sale of said
real property, to tht com and dlsburiemenls
hcniii taxed nml amount d plalntirr.i juilc
ment. Inrlndmz nttornev fee of J12... to lt: the
V F CATHCAKT.
SIicrlfTof DoiiElas Countv, Oregon.
l!y V. It SiIAMKOOK, Deputy JalTtd
CAR I OBTAIN A PATENT? For a
momnt anjwer nnd on honest opinion, write lo
. & CO., who harp had ncarlTBItj yeara'
expert en co In tbo patent bnslnesi. Communlca-
110ns strictly connaentiai. A llnndbook of In
formation concerning I'ntenm and how to ob
tain them tent free. Also n catalogue of mechan
ical and scientific books sent free.
Patents taken Ibrongh Munn & Co. receive
special notlcelntbo Sclcntlflc Amerlenn, and
thai are brought widely before the public with
out coat to tbo Inventor. This sDlendld oaDcr.
Issued weekly, elegantly Illustrated, baa by far the
tit cents. Everv number contains hR...
iiiui piates, in colors, ana photographs of r
plates. In colors, and photographs of new
nooses, with plans, enabling builders io show the
latest tleilffns and iecurR mnfmrt- Artrlm.a
UmH & CO., NEW YOKE, 3U1 BnOADWAT.
AN OPEN LETTER TO THE REVIEW
Its Editor Called to Account for Sonic
Very Unkind Remarks.
Oakland, Or., Jan. 14. To the ed tor
of tho Review: A friend ii.ta IiAiided mo
your paper of January 10th in which you
publitdi my name mid wnrn tho prop'o of
Hood Kivor, to which place I am ah' u
to move, in a fih.pe crdciilateil to preju
dice them nnium me before thov have
linio to got acquainted with me. Fi at
impressions aro often very lasting, and
yon have done mo tin injury m this ono
act that will lake me tears of acquaint
ance to overcome. Yi 11 vou kindly
write n:e what 1 have done, that war
nmtB you, us the editor of tho Review, in
Hitch 1111 attack? In vour aiticlo vou
were mistaken in your btnteiueiit of tho
amount of tho bonus paid me. The com
mittee failed to rai30 money enough to
fulfill their p.irt of tho contract, and in
order to get a settlement I had to release
them from tho payment of a part of the
bonus and they released mo of the future
part of my obligations and save 1110 a
written permit lo move the mill away
1 have worked hard nnd lived econom
ically owr since 1 have been in OAkland,
yet tinaiii uillx I am U twceti $.n,0lK) an. I
f lOOtt wot be ofTthitu when I c.tum here.
The life of m.-elf a:,d family h been
that of disappointment, anxiety and dif
fcullicei to .'ich an extent ui to b: en
duruil no ioniier, and Un the turncst
ent-eaty of mv family I have ileciiled to
move tn Hood Kivor, althoii!' it sorely
lilicces me tlnancially. And now 1I10
editor vl tho Ifcvicw, not beir.e, satisfied
to let me so in peace, brand.-) mo pub-1
,icl-v w,, 11 "" calculated to precedo
nnd peisceute us in our future ho'ne.
Instead of bcekhti: to injure us among
fctrui'mers, would it not be better to tell
me what I am doing that is dishonorable,
that I might make the necessary correc
tions? At the rate I have lost money
since living in Oakland, a few years
more would exhaust all I have nnd leave
my family in old ace without support.
Nothing I Ii.ivm written here is intended
to cast reflection" against the good peo
ple of Oakland, of which that city has
many. It wns tho financial mistake of
my life moving here. May I move out
in p'.ue, or mii't k revengeful spirit per
secute mu among strangers, as he cannot
do it where he and I :ro nennaintcd.
W. K. CllMl:K!tLUS
c offer Ono Ilcndrnl UulUri Ili-mol n.r
eny cas of Catarrh thst cauuot W cured by
nan unitrrn (.are.
F. J. CHENEY A I O.. I'rop Tuieilo. O.
W the nr.der!?ii."-l liaxo known F. J.
Cheney lor ihe Ul li Ttrj. and l-cliere him
rvrfteily honnnible in nil buiinpM !rmrc'.tn
and GuaneU'ly able In carry oni any obliga
tions made by their Oral.
West A Tr.VAX, Wholesale Iinizslsts, T.!eO , O.
WtUMxe, Kts.vaS & Marvin, Wholesale UrUR
gi'ls. Tolelo, O.
IltU'j Catarrh Cure Ititaken in'.ernaJty. aciins
directly upon the blood and mueon sarfaccs o!
thefjjlem. Price TV-, per bottle. -M tiy all
DruystsU. TesUaotilafs free.
A girl about six aud a half j car of ace.
For further particulars enquire of
A. F. ?TK.i-s, County Jude.
Eicnrr Curscit corner of Iaqc ami ltofce
strwlj. Sunday Serrlcc: 1'rcachlng. 11 !. in.
autl7u;. a.; Yoang People's Union. 6a0 p.. ;
3Ir. G. N. AnnR. rreMeist: Sunday School. 10
c in.: Jamej Chamberlain, Snpcrltitcndent
Trarer Jioellu;. Tnuivtsy evening at ' X.
Hrv. C. .V..vt. S'astnr.
fle-Menee. Na Kt Main Strw:.
MnnomsT Chcbch comer of Jtaln and Lane
lrcels. Scnday Setrlce: I'reachinir, 11 a. m.
ami 7 JO p. re.: Sabb:h Mhocl. 10 a. m.; Dr.
Jame5 Bjrr. Soperiatendent: C!aj5 Meeting at
the mominc "erilee: EpworUs Leane
. m. Clare Ilame. 1'restJent. I'rajcr ileet-
!iw. ThurvJay. at 7.3) p. m.
N S. BrrK.VEE. I D.. I'ajtor.
I'aionis. corner JIa:n ami Lane.
I The City Meat Market,
.V" 1 IVacr .n
PRIME BACON, HAiMS. LARD,
AND FRE5H .MUAT5
CS Orders taken and Ielivcrcd Free
to any part of the I ity
w v Vc w VO V 9 0
If Business Is Not Good ssa,
Arc the Rooters for the Business Hen of Douglas County.
THE McCLALLEN HOUSE.
WILLIS & WILLIS, Proprietors.
Freo Coach. Commodious Sample Ilooms for Coininerciiil Travelt'rs.
B0WEN & ESTABR00K,
Blacks m iths and Mach i n Ists
Arc now located in tlioir now fclios on
Stephen Street, between Oak and Cass,
And aro prepared to do work in their lino" nilli neatness r.nd dispatch.
Giyojtheui them a ttial and be convinced.
Mrs. David Btggcv
ChiHs and Fever
Lett me emaciated, wtlti distressing cough, no
appetite, pala tn chest, shoulder, back nnd
Btomach. Four bottles cf Hood's Sarsaparllla
pivo me strength, pood appetite and health.
Mas. David 1 mcim. Wilcox, Nebraska.
Mood's Pills win new Irlcnc!3 dally.
T bO.TOtKA-CAStr IT WILL. NOT CUpcTJ
' An affrecablo Xaxatlvo andNravB Tonic
Sold by Druggists or sent bynsaiL 2jc60c
and SLOP per package. Samples free.
DfA TSSf Tho Favorite TOSTH K7TIS3
JBkV SjLhJ forthoTccthanaiircath.2:.
For salo by M. F. Rapp. Diu;gist.
TN the circuit court of the state
- of Oregon in outl for UoiiRtas County.
C. II. Maupin, Ailialnhtrjitorl
uf Ihe 1 jtate of (J. B. Mau-1
rln,dcccael, end I-S. Ulm-1
Click, iilalntilft I
A. S. I'elcrj, defendant. )
County of Daa;las.)
Wherea., nt a resulur term ol the Circuit
Court of the Slate uf Oregon, forthe County uf
I)ou;!a, lo wit. ou the Mh day of Decemtwr,
1S3I, plaintlfl'j aliove named n covered a judR
tnent aalnut the aliove namel defendant for
the sum of llStoand 52 1.0) coU ami dUb()e
mtiiL's. and scainut the following described at
tached jeronal proiwrty, towlt .
One roller, S3' bofhelioets, 13a bushels bar
ley. 11 ton hny. I wl harue.", 1 I'lano binder,
head boo, 1 Osborne mower.
Said p.-.pitrty havine ne.-n dnty attached on
the lt day uf November. liW, 1 dbl. en tin;
C6th day of UfcemU-r. at me hour ufl
o'clock p. ra. of said day, sell at public miction,
to Ihe highest bidder lor cash in hand, all ot
the above described personal property, being
the property of the above named defendant,
iaid na!e bringing, in the asgrejpitc. f.ISl;
th&l the eut3 and exien- ot snid Mile. MI.3V,
tintcn-t, Jiiii'. judgment and iiiU-rerst. J1W),
rpt and intere; toKether nith the principal,
f .D'.t 9. leaving a balance due plaintiuoii jcdi;
mu: of S7C0.1. Whertfdt thj above alc Hd not
satisfy p!aln:itfs in.I!nent. I have lerittl mon
nnd wili.on SatnrJay, the "-ird day of Fcbmary,
is at 1 o'clr.'k p. si. of -al l day. ut the Court
Hon: door tn Kowbuiv. iwuslas Crtinty, Or
cct,:i puiuanit. ac execution dnly I?uel out
of said caUM' aud our, on the lilh day of Janu
ary, nrll at public auction Lo the highest
Ithnkr tor cah in hand, all the ri;ht, title
and inlen-at which said defendant had in or to
the fotfctMfinjCdetcnbe.1 real property on the lit
day of November. IsOI. or at any time thereafter,
said real property having in ihli action ou said
date been du'.y attached and ordered so'd uudcr
said attachment, to wit
The South 2 of the NK -i of Section 3fi. To;vn
shtp 25 South. I'.anxc b Wost. W. contalr.iu;
Jacrc. together nith all thv tecemcnU. her
editaments and a ppnrtenanees tht reo nt.i belcnt;
lns; or In any n Ue apperiai'.uur.
And 1 will apply the proceeds arising there
from: first, to the ol and erpenet of sale
of MidUetl property, to the cosu end dibire
m?uls herein l&xrd. and amount of plaintiffs
judrroent. tu wit. the som ot 1710.1", with inter
est thereon at the rale of s ,vr cent I vr annum
from the 3Cth day of December, l&M. and the
overplus, if any there bo, to be paid into this
Conrt to be further applieI as by law directed.
C. F. CATHCAKT.
SberllT, Ik.iiclas Coanty, Orrcnn.
Iiy 1. R. sKiMBKoOK, Deputy. jl7td
I'rejbyiieus Ciicbch -comer of Cars and
How; street. Sunday Service- Puplic worship,
II cm. and 7 p. m. : Sabbath School. 10 a. m. :
; Y. R. S. C E.,7 p. nt. I'rayer Ueetinz. Wednes
1 day, 7 p. m.
It. B. UILW...RTH. Pastor.
I'oaltry, I-lsli aiiel Came.
OF ALL KINDS,
O U w U o vn W V f W
Roseburg, Or. Si? 1
For a Few
Boys Suits $i 50
Men's Suits 7 50
Men's Wet Weather Shoes 2 00
Men's Underwear 75
Latest Style Hats 2 00
Boss of the Road Overalls-Best 50
Mackintoshes at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Ladie's Dress Goods Reduced 25 per cent.
These goods have all been received
within the last month, and are the
latest styles and not shelfworn.
Don't delay this golden opportun
ity, and call on
The Boss Store.
Alexander d otroag
3i'0 anil 325 Jackson St. Bet. Oak anil Washington.
K HAPPY MEW
We call the attention of our
friends to our beauti
ful stock of
Our Stock is
Unexcelled by Any House
South of Portland.
C. W. PARKS&
Tim Tnh nt'
n! a. I
O 1 r. j
) J Town
Our Factor- Has l!een Kiiunim: b'teadily to .Make m a
Kresli Steel;, and you can got
, The Fine.-t and Jlost
Complete lane ef
P E LF0 N-ssssasx
Of capacities varyiug from 1 to 25
horse pover"affords the most con
venient, economical aud reliable
power for all light service. Oue of
these may be seen running at this
office. Send for circulars.
THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.,
121 Main Street, San Francisco, Cal.
Bed Room Sets
Parlor and Dining Chairs
Rugs and Carpets
And all Household
NO TROUBLE TO rf Sf
THE POPULAK . , f CTl k JX
Prepare for it wisely. We offer
mi usually good reasons why you
chould buy from tis.
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
bought for the Holiday Trade and
sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon. -
Don't Eat Stale Candies.
&s ra Peanuts or Fopcorn,
Thev arc not Tit to Kat.
eaniSies of All tirades
FKESH F.VEItY 1AY AT
.Vi xsf IW mia uUWkikI adtiW
We are always in the Lead, and mean to
The Golden Harvest it upon us, and farm-
era are smiling because Woodward
lo.'iis to their interest.
These are" all Leather and Warranted.
At Reduced Prices.
Consult your pcrso and he tare and see
Woodward before buyiDg.
i. 0. STANTON
Has just received a new and extemite atoek o
Ladies' I)res3 Goods, Kibbons, Trimmings,
laces. Etc, Etc
-ALSO A FINZ STOCK OF
BOOTS Alf D SHOES
Of tfcs ttA quality anil finish.
Wood, Willoir and Glass Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Abu on hand ia Iarst qmatttiea and at prices to
zui the tunes. AUo a large stock or
Which is offered at coat price. A full and
select stock of
Constantly on hand. Also the
LATEST NOVELTIES IN STATIONER!.
General aent forever? vanV'.v ot imTMsiinttm.
bools tn.l priMicalj published in the United
Statei. Persons wishing retains matter of any
kind trul do to .live me a cell.
I. D. KOLDF.N, Stockton, Cal.
The Turf and Sportsman's Authority of
the Pacific Coast.
AH the Latest
of the Country.
The Best Meduin for
And everything appertaining to the Turf
and Field Sports as well as for Sporting
Goods. Medicines for Horse3 and other
animals, IJacinf; Gear, Champagnes, etc.
The leading paper of its class west of'
Chicago, and the representative of the
vast breeding interests in California.
Special department conducted by
Jos. Oairs Simpson.
It is essentially a newspaper cotining all
the Gossip and Sportind events of the
day, friveu in such a bright, entertiening
and readable manner as to make the pa
per a neceisty to evervbody interested in
horse matter and legitimate sport. Sam -,
pie Copies aro free, and will be Rent on,
application to any address. ',
THE BREEDER AND SPORTSMAN.
313 Bush St., SanFrancisco, Cal.
F. V. Kellev, Manager.
Mineral. Railroad. Ariculturaf-
H. G. POTTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HOC G St., X. V. Washington, D. C.
For many years in tho Go r.crnl IttdOffiee
Examiner ot Contest', Mineral vs. Mineral vs.
Railroad aud Agricultural claims, and Late
Chief ot the Mineral Division.
1 5F" Correspondence Solicited.