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MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1S95.
NAPOLEON'S MIRACULOUS ESCAPES.
no Scsnicil toXJveln a Charm cil Clrcloand
- Went About With No rear.
In reply to the question in what en
gagements ho considered hirusalf to
havo been :u tho greatest danger of los
ing his lifo Kapoleon oaco said, "In
tho commencement ot my campaigns."
Indeed if further proof vrero demanded
to show that lio did not spare himself
at Tonlon it is only necessary to add
that, during tho 10 weeks of its siege,
Kapoleon, in addition to a bayonet
trooud in his thigh, had threo horses
ihot under him, whilo at tho siege of
Aero unnng tho expedition to Egypt ho
1-it no fewer than four in tho same
During tho last days of his life, when
captivity, disappointment and sickness
had well nigh completed their work, it
Is said that tho agony of his fatal dis
taso drew from him cn many occasions
tho pitifnl cry of, "Whydid tnocannon
balls spare me?"
During his long military career Na
poleon fought CO battles, whilo Qssar
fought but 60. In tho early part of his
career ho was utterly reckless of danger
whilo on tho battlefield, and this spirit
of fearlessness contributed largely to
the lore and esteem in which he was
held by his armies. There was a curious
belief among the English in Uapoleon's
tinso that lm had never been wounded,
and indeed tho report was current that
ho carefully, if not in a cowardly man
ner, refrained from exposing himself.
2vothiug could bo more contrary to tho
truth, fcr ho was in reality soTcral
times severely wounded, but as ho wish
ed to impress upon his troops tho belief
that good fortuno never deserted him.
and that, like Achilles, ho was well
nigh invulnerable ho always made a
secret of his many dangers. He there
fore enjoined once for all upon tho part
of his immediate staff the most absolute
silence regarding all circumstances of
this xavraro, fcr it is almost impossible
. to calcnlato the confusion and disorder
which would havo resulted from tho
slightest report or the smallest doubt
relative to bis existence. Upon tho sin
gle thread of this man's life depended
not only tho fato and government of a
great empire, but tho whole policy and
destiny cf Europe as welL
Beards and Morals.
A policeman on duty in the Jefferson
Usrket police court remarked that in
thocosrsoof IS years' service ho had
seen a great many men brought up on
tho charge of insulting women in tho
street or elsewhere. "They do not re
semble one another much," be said,
"except that in every instance they
wear full beards. I don't remember of
ever seeing a clean shaven, thoroughly
smart looking man at the bar cm that
charge Their whiskers are never trim
med to a point cither, but always grow
in a straggling or careless way. I have
never noted any exception to this and,
so far as ray opinion goes, I think that
any man who gets np in the morning,
takes a bath and shaves himself with a
bit cf cold steel is apt to start out and
be decent, whereas the whiskered man
is not. I read an article by Cbauncey
Depew once, in which ho said that the
passing cf the cold steel over his fsco in
tho morning always droro the faccifrJ
ideas of the night out of his head and
straightened him out for a hard and
sensible day's work. I guess there is a
good deal in it, though I am not ablo to
reason these things out as Mr. Depew
does. But you can go bail for ono thing,
.and that is, whenever you read in the
papers that a man has been arrested far
issufring women you can picture him
in your mind's eye as having a shabby
set cf whiskers. " New York Sun.
THE AMERICAN WORKINGS AN.
Bow Be Appears Through the Spectacles
of X. Fanl Bosrcet.
Behind the capitalist, be he ever 50
intelligent, so active, so enterprising,
there is the working man, says Paul
Bourget, in his book on travel in Amer
ica in tho Boston Herald. Given that
America is par excellence a democracy,
it is that personage which constitutes
its fundamental basis. If tho dvilira
tian of that country Is to change again,
ts it so often gives the impression, it is
through the workingman that it will
change, as France of ITS 9, whose ma
terial life rested on the peasant, chang
ed through the peasant. From time to
time formidable strikes, which cvery
. where else would be called civil wars,
teem to foretell one of those class du
els, tho issue of which is never doubt
ful. Tho more miserable, ever since the
world has been tho world, havo always
beaten the more happy, when it has
come to a matter of battle.
However, at other times and outside
of these questions of strikes yon may
talk to seme of these laborers, you find
them so evidently happy in their work,
executing it so well with such an in
dependence of free citizens on their
rough features. They bo visibly have
the calm of energy amid the rising and
falling of the piston rods, the whistling
cf the leather bands, the snorting of the
steam, the whirling of the flywheels.
Tho expenditure of personal force Is for
them so intelligently applied, saved by
mechanical aid! Yon know from other
sources that wages are so high, $1.50
per day 12! Yon know with what in
surance societies its activity is sur
rounded. They are so numerous, so com
plete, so ready to sustain tho working
man and to sustain his family under all
circumstances, from tho day3 cf stop
page even unto death.
Thanks to ono of theso societies, ho
has his own house. Thanks to tho town
and to foundations of all kinds, tho ed
ucation of his children is ajisurcd. Tho
military rerrice, that monstrous abuso
of old Europe, has been spared to him
and to his rons. Yen return to tho idea
which has influenced so many emigrants
to leavo everything and to corco hero
that America is tho paradise of tho
workingmau. Hew can you reconcile
two points of view, founded tho ono and
tho other npou indisputablo facts and
so radically contradictory?
Notice is hereby given to tho public
by the undersigned that I do not allow
dead animals to be buried on my prem
ises, at Roseburg, Oregon, or garbage
damped thereon or sand or gravel taken
therefrom, unless the party taking sand
or gravel first contract with me for the
rfcht to so do.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted ac-.
sordine to law. Aaeox Rose,
Rosebnrg, Oregon. March 17th, 1891.
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Mining Application No. 54.
United States Land Offlcc, Roscburg. Oregon, j
February 18, 1805' (
Kotlco is hereby given that tho Gieen Mount
ain Mining Company, a corporation duly lncor-
8 orated under the general law of tho State of
regon, with Its principal office or place of
uuslncss at Portland. Multnomah county, Ore
gon, by Its duly qualified and acting president,
W. C. Wilson, whose post offico address Is Clove
land, Douglas County, Oregon, has, on tho 17th
of August, 1887. filed Its application for a patent
for threo hundred feet in a southwesterly direct
ion from the discovery cut, and twelve hundred
feot In a northeasterly direction from said dis
covery cut. In tbo aggregate fifteen hundred
linear feet of tho arccn Mountain Quartz
lode, bearing gold and silver quartz, together
with surfaco ground six hundred feet in width
situated In Green Mountain Mining District,
Cnnntv of Dnnslaa and Stata of Oregon, and
designated by the field notes and oBlclal plat on
fllo lii this nfllco b.1 Bnrvev No. S and Claim 38.
onunsurveyed lands but In Sections 32 and 33,
Township 32 south. Kango 1 west, when tho pub
lic survey i cxienuca, saia ix)i no. so oeiui;
uscrincu as iouows, to wn:
r.eidimlneat a point three hundred feet south.
35 degrcis west ol discovery shall or cut at post
no. i nt tue comer oi soutneny end oi earn
Claim No. 33, from which the southeast corner
of section 31 and 33, Township 32 south, Kango 4
west, wiimmettc Meridian, on me vmstanaara
Parallel South. Doucla Coantv. Oreeon. bears
south 5 degrees cast CO. 37 chains distant, a fir
30 Inches In diameter bears north 41 degree!,
west one hundred and twenty links
distant, a fir IS Inches in diameter bears
souin ui degrees east -iu units umani,
thenco north K degrees west 300 feet
to post No. a from which yellow fir so inches
In diameter bears south 53 degrees east 17 links.
yellow fir 21 inches in diameter bears north 43
degrees cast 78 links, mathrono 6 Inches in di
ameter bears south SI degrees west 31 links;
thenco north 35 degrees east 1500 feet to post fo.
3 from which a flr 20 inches In diameter bears
south 20 degrees west 23 links distant, a fir 12
Inches In diameter bears north 01 degrees east 31
links distant: thence south 6T degrees east COO
feet to post No. ., from which mathcrone c
lnrhr In diameter bears sonth 28 dctrrecs west
32 links distant, mathcrone C inches in diam
eter Dears norm 2U degrees cast la unss uisiani;
thenco south 33 degrees west 1000 feet to post
No. 0, from which fir 12 inches in diameter
bears north 55 degrees west 20 links distant, fir
ten inches in diameter bears south- 57 degrees
west 27 links distant, fir 8 inches in diameter
bears south SO degrees cast 31 links distant.
thenco nortn .u degrees west -mi (nunarcai
feet to place of beginning, magnetic variation
13 degrees cast, containing 3).65 acres.
The location of this mine, W. J. Vi'orley
locator, is recorded in the recorder's office,
Douglas county, Oregon, In Book of Record of
Mining Claims, Volume 2, pago 728. The ad
oininc Claimants arc l.. a. Jones nn-.i a. a.
Whiting on tho northerly end and F. Clarno
& Co.. on tho southerly end.
And anv and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Green Mountain Mine or
Mirioce ground, arc rcqum-u iu me mcir ad
verse claim with the Kccistcr of the United
States Land Office at Itoseburg. in the State of
Oregon, during me sixty aavs period oi pub
lication ncreoi, or tney win oc narrea ny vir
tue of the provisions of the statute.
K. M. VEATCIt, KcgUtcr.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUE STATE
- of Oregon for the County of Douglas.
We. McBl-c and C. A. McBec, 1
State of Oregon
Whereas at a regular term of the Circuit
Courtof the State of Orecon. County of Douglas,
to wlt: On Saturday, December 22nd, 1S3I, tne
plaintiff above named recovered judgment
against tne above named dcienaanu lor me
sum of Four Thousand fill Hundred Thirty-
three and 15-100 it IG.T5.li) Dollars and costs and
iiUDurscmcnuiaxcaatfou, 'ior iuu auorney
fees herein taxed and against the (following de
scribed mortgaged property, to-wit: Beginning
at the corner of section 15. 16. 21 and 22 in
Township 2S South, Range 6 West of illamette
Jicridian. running tnence cast xiijicot, tnence
north - degrees 10 minutes cast 1570 feet, thence
norm ts degrees a minutes cast les lect, tnence
north 32 degrees and 41 minutes (east 400 feet,
thence north 17 decrees east 300 feet, thence
west 2732 feet to tho'.i rectlon corner on the line
between sections u ana it. lownsnip souu
I'.ance C West of the Willamette Meridian
thence south 2C40 feet to the place of beginning,
containing 125 acres.' in Dousias County.Oregon.
toecincr witn tne tenements, ncreuiuunents and
appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any
wUc appertaining, and whereas it has been de
creed by the Court that the mortgage of plain'
tin" be foreclosed, and all the right, title and in
tcrcst of said defendants. Wm. MciSee and C. A.
McBee.or cither of them, had In or to tbe said
premises on the 4th day ot October, Im7, the
date of the execution of said mortgage, or at
any time thereafter, be sold in the manner pro
vided by law, and tbe proceeds arising there
from be applied to the payment of tho costs and
expenses herein, and to raid indebtedness, and
that said defendants, Wm. McBec and C. A.
McBec, and each of them be barred and fore
closed of nil equity of redemption in and to the
Now therefore, in the name of the State of
Oregon, I have levied upon, and will on Tues
day, tbe loth day of March. 1895. atl o'clock
!. M. of said day at the Court House door in
Roscbunr, Douglas County, Oregon, sell at puD
lle'auction to the hizhest bidder for cash in
hand all the right, title or interest which said
delcuuauts naa in or to tne aoovc ncscriuea
mortgaged property on the 4th day ol October,
17. or at anv time thereafter, together with the
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or In any wise appertaining, and will
apply the proceeds arising therefrom, first to
the costs and disbursements of said sale,
and the costs and disbursements herein taxed at
JClXfl: second to the payment of $300 attorney
fees: third to the payment of the sum of fK33.15,
with interest thereon at the rate of S per cent,
per annum from the 22nd day of December, 191,
and the over-plus, If any there be, pay to the
said defendants, or their legal representatives.
C. K. CATHCART.
Sheriff of Douglas County, Oregon.
By D. K. Siiajcebook, Deputy. IlSt5
TN TUE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
X State of Oregon, for DougUs County.
Sylvester Pcnnoycr, Geo. W. McBridel
and ran cicnans,ioaru 01 com
missioners for the sale of school
and university lands, and for the
investment of the funds arising
Fisher. IMary L. Fisher, L.
Lamb, A. C. Marstcrs and Sol.
Stale of Oregon, 1
Whereas at the regular December term. HOi.
of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
uougias coumy. piaintitis aoove named recov
ered a judgment by foreclosure of a mottgage
against tne aoove nameu aeienuanis, j. l run
cr.Mary L. Fisher, I S. Lamb, A. C. Marsters
and SOL Abraham, and against the following
uvaciuvi iuuaBm Litciiiixa, urnk. luc
Jiof theXEIJi and theS
the W '4 of the SE i of Si
uiesE'i 01 tne st 4 and
the NE r: of Sec all In T. 25 S.. R. 7 West,
contalnin 240 acres in Douglas County. Oregon.
together with the tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenance thereunto belonging or in any
wio appertaining, and whereas at the regular
December, 19I, term, to-wit: On Friday, De
cember 14th, 104, an order of sale was made for
said mortgaged premises, and whereas, it was
decreed in mu1 order of sale that the defendant.
I S. Lamb, is now owner in fee simnle of said
&ol. Abraham and J. L. Fishcrcach havo a valid
claim against said premises in the sum of $200
each, with Interest thereon at the rate of S per
cent, per annum from the 20th day of October,
1 '-, ana mat saia claims arc subsequent in ci
fect to lien of plaintiff, that said premises be
sold according to law and that the purchaser be
placed in immediate possession thereof, that
the defendants J. L. Fisher. Mary L. Fisher.
S. Lamb. A. C. Marsters and SoL Abraham be
barred of all equity of redemption iu said prem
ises. Now therefore I will on Saturday the 2-1 rd
day of flarch. 1S95, sell all the right, title and
interest J. L. Fisher and Mary I- Fisher had in
or to said premises on the 8th dav of Mar. lSW.
and also all the right, title and interest of any
and all the persons claiming by under, or
through the said defendants, J. L. Fisher aud
Marv L. Fisher, from and alter the Mh day
May, 1S30. and will apply the proceeds arisini
therefrom. Iirt to the payment of the costs am
expenses of the foreclosure, and sale of said
propcrtv; second the sum of $110 attorney fees
third to" the payment of $1117.10 with Interest al
S per cent, per niitnim from December 14th, 1S0I,
aud If after the application of the proceeds o;
said sale aforesaid there is anv sum remaining
there be paid the defendants J. L. Fisher. A. C.
Marsters and Sol. Abraham the sum of fJUO each
with interest at the rate ot s per cent, per an
num, from the Mh day of May, 1S90, and the
overplus if any there be, 1 will pay over to the
county cictK 10 be distributed by order ot tc
Court. C. F. CATHCART,
TX THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
of Ortgon, In Douglas County.
In the matter of the estate of Joscphus
Notice Is hereby given that tho undersigned
administrator of tho above entitled estate has
filed his final account in settlement thereof,
and the Court by order duly made and entered
ot reconi, has flped Monday, May 6th, IS95, at
one o clock p.m., for heating objections if any
there be, to said account, and the final settle
ment 01 said estate. DALY BKOUK,
J. W. Hamilton, Administrator.
Attorney for the Estate. f2St6
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what a wonderful journal it is, pro
vided you name the paper you saw this
in. It s a real Jewel we 11 send you,
THE GREAT DIVIDE, Denver, Colo,
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and
Stock Ranges, Timber
Prune and Hop Lands of best
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices and easy terms. Inquire of
PROPRIETORS OF THE
Brands of Flour,
Bran, Shorts, Feed, Etc, Constantly on Hand,
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat
FK03I TERMINAL OK 1NTEKI0K POINTS
Is the line to Tale
To all Points East and South.
It Is the DIXIKG CAIi KOUTE. Itruns through
VESTIBULED TEAKS EVERY DAY
IX THE YEAR to
ST. PAUL nd CHICAGO
(SO CHJLXGE or CAES)
Composed ol Dining Cars Unsurpassed.
Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers,
01 Latest Equipment,
TOUKIST SLEEPING CARS
Best that can be constructed and In
which accommodations are both FREE
and FURNISHED to holders of First or
Second-class Tickets, and
EL.EGAXT DAV COUCHES
A Continuous Line connecting with All Lines,
affordln; Direct and Uninterrupted Service.
Pullman Sleeper reservations can bo secured in
advance through any agent of the road.
THROUCH TICKETS To and from all Points in
America, England and Europe can be purchased
at any Ticket Office of this Company.
Full information concerning rates, .time of
trains, routes and other details furnished on
application to any agent, or
A. D. CII.ItL,TO..
Assistant General Passciger Agent,
No. 121 First SL, cor. Washington,
TO THE UNFORTUNATE.
U-J" corner of Com
mercial, San Francisco,
Cal.. Established in
1S54, for the treatment
of Sexual and Seminal
Diseases, such as isoh
orrhra, Glett, Striet
urr, Syphilis. in alllts
forms. Seminal Weak
ness, Impotenci, and
Lost Manhood perma
nently cured. The sick aud afflicted should not
fall to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled
extensively In Europe, and inspected thoroughly
the various hospitals there, obtaining a great
deal of valuable information, vrhich he is com-
etcnt to impart to those in need of his services,
he Doctor cures when others fail. Try him.
DR. GIBBON will make no charge unless he ef
fect a cure. Persons at a distance CURED AT
HOME. All communications strictly conflden
lal. AU letters answered in plain envelopes.
Charces reasonable. Call or write. Address
DR. J. F. GIBBON. Box 1S57. San Francisco. Cal
Notice it hereby given to alt whom it may con
cern that I htve appointe-l D. W. Statrns of Calm
pool precinct Deputy Inspector of Stock for said
prtcinct; pottnmce address, Oakland; also A. J.
Chapman of Wilbur, and Ralph Smith, at Rose
burp, to act daring my absence, and others vil
be added as parties napccted make their deiire
known to me.
Kraeburg, Zinr 1th. 18S7.
Inspector of Stocc tor Douslsa county .Or.
Doors North of Depot Hotel.
Tablo Bupplieil with the best tho mar
ket affords. Meals at all hoars, 25 cents.
Special rates to families, and particular
attention given to immigrants.
W. Ii. 1). DEARD0RFF, Propr.
small, to Rent,
Lands and Mining Properties.
quality, in choice locations,
S- K. BUIOK,
A. M. ROSE
So Cent per Sack
95 Cents per SacSc
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
-OF THE -
Southern Pacific Co.
Eipreaa trains leare Portland daily.
10:15 A. x.
Portland - Ar.
Rosebnrg - Lt.
San Francisco Lt.
8:20 A. X.
7:00 r. x.
Above trains stop at all stations From Fort
land to Albany inclusive. Also Tangent,
Shedds, Halser, Harrisbunr. Junction City,
Irrinff. Eugene and all stations from Roseburg
to Ashland inclusive.
Rosebnrg- 21 ail Daily.
S:31U. Jt. I Lt.
5:50 r.M. I Ar.
At. 1 430 r.x.
DINIXC CARS OX OGDEX ROUTE
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
S E CO. ND-CLANS SLEEPING CARS
Attached to all Throuzh Trains.
West Side Division.
Between Portland and Corrollls.
Mall train daily (except Sunday).
7:30 a. x.
At Albany and Corvallls connect with trains
of Oregon Pacific railroad.
Express train daily (except Sunday).
Throng a Tickets to all Polata la
tbo Eniitern State. Canada and
Europe can be obtained at low
est rates lrom Georsre Este, Agent
R. KOEHLER, E. P. ROGERS,
Manager. Asst. U. F. & Pass. Agen
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OREGON FOB
A the Ooiintr nf TmiiLx
L. C. Beardsly, Peter Home, E. B.
Preble, Martha A. Bogges and T. R.
Sheridan, Executors and Executor
of the estate of T.R. Botrges, de
ceased. The Origon & California
Lumber Co., a corporation. F.
Born, fc. TV. Condon, Dist. Atty.
for Dougli j Connty and Ada Beards
To L. C.Beardsley, the above named defendant,
In the name of the State ot Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint tiled against you in the above entitled suit
un or before the first day of the next regular term
of rvid court, for said County and State, appointed
to be held and to commence on Monday the ISth
day of March, A. D. 1S33, that being the first
day of the term of said court regularly foUowlng
the expiration the time prescribed for the publi
cation of this summons :n and by an order nereis
made by the Hon. Judge ot said court and bear
ingdate the 31st day of Decembtr. ISM, lor the
service of this summons by the publication there
of for 6 consecutive weexr, and it ynu fail so to
appear and answer said complaint, the plaintiff
herein will take judgment against you and a de
cree as follows:
1. For the sum of $979.97 with intresl at the
rate of lb per cent, per annum, from the 7th day
of Octobfr, 1893, and for the farther sum of J10O
as attorney's fees and further for his costs and
2. That the following described premises,
to-wit: lot Number Nineteen (19) in Brook's sad
Belden'a Addition, the same being the Brooiid.
Addition to the City of Roseburg, in the County
bf Douglas, State it Oregon, according to the cm
clal survey and plat of said addition of record in
the office of tee County Cleik of Douglas Connty,
Oregon, containing Nine (9) Acrea more or Ism,
together with the tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging or' in anywise
appertaining, be sold by the Sheriff of said Connty
and the proceeds of said ale be applied to the
payment of the above amounts, and that you aud
all persons claiming under you or subsequent to
the execution ot the mortgage sued on herein
shall be barred and foreclosed ot all right, claim
or equity of redemption in the said premises and
that execution issue against you for any de
ficiency which may remain after applying all the
proceeds of the sale ot said premises properly ap
plicable to the satisfaction of said judgment.
d3U0 attorney for the Plaintiff.
C. B. Cannon is agent for the ire
man's Fund and Home Mutnal Insurance
Companies. They are both Pacific Coast
Companies and therefore deserve your