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THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1S96.
DIMERS IN EEISCO.
CURIOUS COSMOPOLITAN RESTAU
RANTS ON THE COAST.
One May Dlno la the Manner of a Dlfffcr
, ent Country Ererr Night In the Week.
A Dirty Italian Restaurant on the Water
Front That la Terr Popular.
Ono of tho features ot cosmopolitan
Baa Francisco is its restaurants. Every
foreign colony boasts of a placo vhcro
its natiro cooking can -bo bad, and ad
venturous San Franciscans who caro to
loot these places np can dino in tho
manner of a different country every
night in the week If an elaborato Chi
nese dinner, vrith its numberless impos-
tablo courses, each accompanied by
sweetmeats, proves unattractive, a Ha
waiian dinner, with poi and salted fish,
can bo had by -waiting a few blocks.
Fox those who like highly spiced din
ners thero aro the Italian and Spanish
restaurants to choosofrom, and for those
with small appetites, who look for nov
elry.in service, thero are the Turkish
restaurants, with their unpronounceablo
dishes and delicious coffee.
Tho most popular of tho foreign res
taurants aro the Italian. Thero aro sev
eral of these scattered about tho Latin
quarter, which are much frequented by
San Franciscans on account of tho excel
lenco of the cooking. Most of them are
dirty, very dirty, as to floors and walls,
and the Italians aro not oversqueamish
regarding the tablo linen. When a party
of Americans enter, however, there is a
general shufflo among tho waiters to se
cure the service of the table and tho
prospective tip. The question of prece
dence being settled, the wine sained
tablecloth is whisked off and replaced by
one not always newly laundered or elso
These restaurants are rarely on the
main streets and have to be approached
through dark alleys. Ono situated be
hind the county jail occupies the back
room of a small Italian grocery store.
In going there one is reminded of dark
deeds and sharp stilettos, but tho din
ner is worth tho journey. Tho chef of
this place is famous far cooking 'Italia
rini," a pasto made by himself and cut
in strips and cooked with a sauce made
of tomatoes, spices and mushrooms.
It is extremely rich and very peppery,
but all Italian dishes are strongly dashed
with chili peppers.
The dinner is attended with great
ceremony. A bottle of their sour claret
is served with each dinner. Every Ital
ian drinks about two quarts of it -with
Ms dinner, so the bottle supply some
times runs short. In this event the
-waiter goes to the bar, fill Is an empty
bottle from a demijohn, drives in a cork,
andthen carries tho bottle to the tablo
where it is needed, sometimes four feet
from the bar, and impressively produc
ing his corkscrew draws theccrk as
carefully as though he were handling the
finest burgundy. His demeanor is so se
rious throughout the performance that
one dare sot look amused.
A very popular restaurant is Baz
zsro's, -which is situated sear the water
front This is graatly patronized by the
Italian fishermen, who file in after their
day's work, still wearing their gum
boots and smelling strongly of their
craft. It is also frequented by the Italian-vegetable
gardeners, who drive in
from the outskirts of town, and after dis
posing of their stock stop to dine. When
the place is reasonably well filled, there
is a babel of voices. They are all talk
ing at once, and out of the confnsicn
the word "scudi" is distinguished above
This means money, which the pro
prietor says, with a shrug, "they talk
about all the time, all the time." The
fishermen bring the best of their day's
catch here, and the gardeners offer their
choicest vegetables. The chef, whose
kitchen is back of tho dining tables and
in full view of the room, is a merry fel
low, and between his juggling feats, toss
ing hispan into the air to turn the cook
ing fish or meat exchanges gossip and
jests with the diners. This place is
kept comparatively clean. Tho floor is
covered with sawdust and the ceiling
festooned with gaudy colored paper cut
in fanciful designs. Two parrots add to
the general din, and all sorts and con
ditions of -cats prowl around tho floor.
The restaurant is conducted by two
brothers, one of whom waits on table,
while the other attends bar and looks
after the cash receipts. Every Italian
after dining stops at the bar for a chat
and a drink. Instead of a liquor, the
host pours generous glasses of claret for
himself and his guests, and these are
speedily tossed off. A casual visitor, aft
er witnessing this ceremony about 25
times in quick succession, is apt to grow
nervous about tho health of the host,
but he appears none the worse far his
conviviality at the end' of the evening.
Tho younger brother sometimes relieves
his brother at tho bar. He is quite as
hospitable, and his invariable drink be
ing absinthe and seltzer his case seems
even more alarming.
This restaurant, at 7:30 in the even
ing, when dinner is ;n full swing, pre
sents an odd sight, the Italians sitting
around the tables, most of them with
their hats on, gesticulating and talking
excitedly across the room, while they
roll the spaghetti round their forks and
dexterously transfer it in yard lengths
to their mouths. A butcher, with all
tho marks of his trade about him, occu
pies a table with the policeman on the
beat, who gets the best service of all; a
few men about town, who have heard of
the chef's fame, and forget the unsavory
looking company in their enjoyment of
the plates, and often a table or two taken
by young society girls with their chap
eron and escorts. Tho girls consider a
dinner at Bazzuro's a tremendous lark.
Tho American do not venturo on tho
claret so generously served with the din
ner. A flask of Chianti is ordered in its
stead, and tho proprietor always proffers
the empty flask to tho youngest member
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Mining Application No. 54.
United States Land Office, Rosebnrg, Oregon,
February 13, 1895 I
. .otlco is hereby given that tho Oieen Mount
ain Mining Company, a corporation duly lncor-
8 orated under tho general law of tho State ot
rcgon, with Its principal office or place ot
business at Portland, Multnomah county. Ore
eon, by its duly qualified and acting president,
W. C. Wilson, whoso post office address is Cleve
land, Douglas Countj, 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
feet in a northeasterly direction from said dis
covery cut, tn tho aggregate fifteen hundred
linear feet of tho Green Mountain Quartz
lode, bearing gold and silver quartz, together
with surface ground six hundred feet In width
situated in Green Mountain Mining District,
County of Donglos and State of Oregon, nnd
nrlrniitn1 l.v thn tlnl.l nntM n n .1 mAiui -.1 . nn
filo iii this office as Hurvoy No. 6 and Claim 38,
onunsurvoyed lands but In Sections 32 and 33,
Township 32 south. It an go i west, when the pub
lic survey is extended, said Lot No. 38 being
(llscrllicd as follows, to wit.
Bcginnlngat a point three hundred feet south,
I flPrrr(H WPtt nf .HtPni'nr. . V. a ff ... . ....
(I. 1 at thn PJtitp. nf nnlWI. .1 I 1 .1
Claim No. 38, from which tho southeast corner
ot section 32 and .15, Township 32 south, Kange 4
west, Willamette Meridian, on the 7th Standard
Parallel South, Douglat County, Oregon, bears
south 5 degrees cast C0.37 chains distant, a flr
30 inches in diameter bears north 41 degrees
west one hundred and twenty links
distant, a flr 18 Inches in diameter bears
south 03 degrees cast 10 links distant.
thence north 55 degrees west 300 feet
post No. 2. from which yellow flr 30 Inches
iH IrlPtur tvtan nM H. K Hawmm ... .11
11 Jl Of a BvfM rJ w.n,vu KUkil 1 ill ft. 3,
j cuw ut it iiiujics iu ummeier Dears norm 43
degrees cast 78 links, mathrono 6 inches iu di
ameter bears south 63 degrees west 31 links;
thenco north 35 degrees east 1500 feet to post No.
3 from which a flr 20 Inches in diameter bears
south 20 degrees west 28 links distant, a flr 12
Inches In diameter bears north 01 degrees east 31
links distant: thence south 53 degrees east COO
feet to pott No. 5, from which matherone 6
Inches in diameter bears south 28 degrees west
32 links distant, matherono 6 inches In diam
eter bears north 20 degrees east 13 links distant:
thence Bonth S3 degrees west 1.XO feet to post
No. C, from which flr 12 inches in diameter
bears north 55 degrees west 28 links distant, flr
ten Inches In diameter bears south 57 degrees
west 27 links distant, flr 8 Inches In diameter
bears south 80 degrees cast 31 links distant,
thence north 55 degrees west 300 (hundred)
feet to place of beginning, magnetic variation
IS degrees cast, containing 20.65 acres.
The location of this mine, W. J. Worley
locator, Is recorded in tho recorder's office,
Douglas county, Oregon, InBook'of Bccord of
Mining Claims, Volume 2, page 728. The ad
joining claimants arc It. 8. Jones and A. 8.
Whiting on tho northerly end and T. Clarno
Ji Co.. on the southerly end.
And any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Orcen Mountain Mine or
surface ground, aro required to file their ad
verse claim with tho Register of the United
RtatM. Tinit nrfl.n T? n. I ... ,n . I f . . ,
Oregon, during tho sixty days period of pub-
uiauuu ucrcui, ur mey win do narrea oy vir
tue of the provisions of tho statute.
R. M. VEATCH. Register.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
ui uregoa lor me iouniy ot Douglas.
Wm. McBoo and C. A. McBee.
State of Oregon (
Whereas at a regular term of the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon. County of Douglas,
. . cmurunj, uecemDer na, me
. ( 1 1L. 1SVVIHW J UU lilC 11 k
ftiuiub iuu bdutc namca aeienaanis lor ine
sum of Four Thousand Six Hundred Thirty-
... (tit.i5.K)) iMuars ana costs ana
disbursements taxed at tfi2J0, i for J300 attorney
scribed mortgaged property, to-wit: Beginning
at the comer of section 15, 16, a and 22 In
Township 28 South, Range6 West of Willamette
f Arfilfan wnnl.. a. liar
-auau. tUUUJUJi tUCUCC COSlr iSAJ aCCL, kUCUCQ
north 2 degrees 10 minutes eul 1570 feet, thence
north 32 degrees and 41 minutes (e&st 400 leet.
wim i unices east zju ieei, mence
west 2732 feet to the section corner on the line
Utween Sections 15 and 16. Township 23 Sooth,
thence south 2&W feet to the placc of beginning.
w.i muuuc aciesf in lougias iuntr.urejran,
frMrthM trl V, K. AAM.- tw Jt ' 2 a
appurtenances thereunto belonging or In any
wise appertaining, and whereas It has been de
creed br the Court that the mortgage of plain-
nu uk lurecKKea. ana au me ngnt, uue ana in
terest of said defendants, Wm. McBee ana C. A.
premises on the 4th da ot October, 1S87, the
v w uc cAixutiuu ui zuu xaongagev or ai
?f Vme lnerviler the manner pro-
? u iuc proceeus arising mere-
expenses herein, and to said Indebtedness, and
Mm ucicuuadis, m- jticxtee ana u. A.
MfR m Mrh nf tham Ka IuhuuI
jvltfu-iftftt f . II Ik r . r .
u. acu ui ii uiif g: mienipuon in tna to the
Now therefore, in the name of the State of
Oregon, I have levied npon. and will on Tues
day, the 19th day of March, 1895, atl o'clock
1". M. of said day at the Court House door In
llc;aucUon to the highest bidder for cash In
hand all the right, title or interest which said
defendants had in or to the above described
wuitiftSgcu piuifcti) uu we-iia aay 01 uclODer.
1SST, or at any time thereafter, together with the
ucwiMiiireuu mm nuuiiciiaucvs mereuuio ue
lonciEg or In any wise appnrtalning, and will
aDt'lv tho Droceeds arislnir lhpnlmm. Ant tn
(Ka Hfl. n .1 I . ....
... uuu uuuuiKiuciiu ui &aju sue,
and the costs and disbursements heroin taxed at
iow; h-uuu 10 mc paymcn. 01 fsua attorney
103. iuiiu iu tnu imjmua. oi uiesumox
with interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent.
rm. an, rem mm f V. . 1 .1. w Hf n V .cn.
and the over-plus, If any there be, pay to the
sm uui-uuuiujor uieirieiai representauvea.
I" I. I.A1UUU11,
Sheriff of Douglas County, Oregon.
., rcpuiy. ixs
This Space Reserved for
New York Cash Store,
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN.
Stock Ranges, Timber Lands 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
3D. S- IC 33TJTOK;
:. Comaaa.'tj. OveAon.
By D. K. SitaxBBOOK, i)cputy.
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
X fctate of Ore;on, for Douslas County,
Silvester Pennoyer, Geo. W. McBrlde
it. ; i it...!,... ii . .
'.. . "11 kUHll. 1HHU 11 Ul OUlil-
m listeners for the sale of school
and university lands, and for the
Investment of the funds arising
I. Fisher, !Mary. Usher, I S.
Lamb. A. f. Marstcrs and SoL
State of Oregon, t
uountyot iKtucias.1 -
WhrrpM at 1h wmli, rijw.AmKa Am icni
nt thnnti tPnnH ntlh. Cl.f. a, fl t
Douglas County, plaintiffs above named recov-
ciuuiijuuuicui uy lurcciosare ox a moru;aze
against the above named defendants. J. L. Fish
er, Mary L.FLher, U S. Lamb, A. C. Marsters
nn Qftl Ihratistn anrt nvl. f.ll I
4wauuua( taava abMiAUk UiU lUIIUH Uik
n'Hfw TnnriMitiul nmmli !. T"V. nti'
ioe oi tec. an m l. K. 7 West
containing 2 acres in Donglas County, Oregon
flTinnrtionarti t S rtvr KitlnHirUi.
wise appertaining, and whereas at the regular
icji, iiriuj, iuwu: un rriaay, ie-
?ala mortgaged premises, and whereas, it was
mwhtii tu sam uiucr 01 saie inci me acicnaant,
L. K. Lamb, is now owner in fee simple ot said
premises and that the defendants A. C. Marsters,
sol. Abraham and J. U Fisher each have a valid
claim aenkut said premises in the sum of $200
each, with interest thereon at the rate of 8 per
w.wjt;ii.uuhiu iruui iiiu joia cay ot UClOOer,
,4 ,uu cu,u Planus mi; auiwiucm III ei-
lecttollen of plaintiff, that said premises be
wu MwmiUK iu iaw auu mai me purcnaser De
placed in immediate possession thereof, that
IMP ilPfPrrnilnTf J I. Vtlhat Ifan T 171. 1 T
-. . .juvitantj a, a: 1JUU,
a. Lamb, A. C. Marsters and SoL Abraham bo
oarreti 01 au equitr of redemption iu said prcm
day of Harch. 1895, sell all tho riant, title and
interest J. L. Fisher and Mary L. fisher had iu
or to said premises on the 8th day of May, 1S00.
and also all the rit;ht, title and interest of any
and all the persons claiming by under, or
thmilPn lh nf1 Harnnrlint T 1 n.t... . t
Mary L. Fisher, from and after the Mh day of
Mar 1 WV. an,l -111 ..Y 1 i
r. MV "Wi vnv procecus arisin
thfrpfrnm. ftrt tn thn navmnn nf ftA.. .
expenses of tho foreclosure and sale of said
TirnTvrltr .rtcr( th enm tun t .
third to tho payment of 11117.10 with interest at
j 4-w a.v.uv. 11 aiinuui lruoi jjfeemoer iiin, isvi,
and if after the application of tho proceeds of
said sale aforesaid there is anv sum remaining
Marsters and Sol. Abraham the'sum of ?20o"each
mi iiuiTUM. iu me raic cu o per cent, per an
num, from the Sth day of May, 1890, and the
overplus if any there be, I will pay over to the
County Clerk to be distributed by order of the
Ki. r. tidlUViAftl,
TN THE COUOTV COURT OF THE STATE
Ttl thn TT. . 1 1 0 r nt thn ..lata Tn.Vn.
i ) i j . .i . n u i wvovutu
Notlco is hereby Riven that the undersigned
administrator of tho above entitled estate has
men nis nnai account in settlement thereof,
and the Court by order duly made and entered
of record, has flped Monday, May 6th, 1S95, at
ono o'clock p.m., for hearing objections If any
inviu w, iu miu attuuiii, iiuu me naai seiuc
mtnt ol said estate. DALY BROCK,
J. . Hamilton, Administrator.
Attorney for tho Estate. f2St6
TWO CENT STAMPS
we will send you
n T?rilli.mt Rem
of unusual color, um
, e IH13 Sift
and a copy of
"The Great Divide." so vou can see
what a wonderful iournal it is. nrn.
vided you name the paper you saw this
in. it s a real Jewel we 11 send you.
THE CREAT DIVIDE, Denver, Colo,
ROSE & CO.
PROPRIETORS OF THE
New Era Roller Mills,
Brands of Flour,
So Cents per Sack
93 Cents per Sack
Bran, Shorts, Feed, Etc, Constantly on Hand,
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat
FE0H TERMINAL OR INTERIOR FOISTS
Is the line to Tate
To all Points East and South.
It is the DD.TNG CAR ROUTE. It runs through
isriJJULED TRAILS EVERY DAT
IN" THE YEAR to
ST. PAUL and CHICAGO
(SO CHXKGK OF CAKS)
Composed of Dining Cars Unsurpassed,
Pullman Driving Room Sleepers,
Of Latest Equipment,
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
Best that can be cons traded and In
which accommodations are both FREE
and FURNISHED to holders of First or
Second-das Tickets, and
EliEGAST DAY COUCHES
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co.
Express trains lea re Portland daily.
Portland - Ar.
Rosebnrg - Lt.
San Francisco Lt.
8.-20 A. X.
Above trains stop at all stations From Port
land to Albany inclusive. Also Tangent,
T2ddsVHalsel'' Harrisborz. Junction City.
to&ataclSr SUUnS m K0ScburS
K-oebury 31 ail Dally.
8:30a. x. Lv.
Ar. 1 430 r.x.
Lt. i 7:00,1.x.
A Continuous Line connecting with All Lines,
auoraing Direct and uninterrupted Service.
Pullman Sleeper reservations can be secured In
advance through any agent ol the road.
America, England and Europe can be rurchnsetl
j umre ui uus company.
Fnll Infonaation concerning rates, time of
trains, routes and other de
application to any agent, or
; furnished on
A. D. CDAHLTOX,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
No. 121 First St. cor. Washington.
TO THE UNFORTUNATE.
U-JU corner of Cnm.
mercial, San Francisco,
Cat. Established in
1.HM. fnr tho tra.tm.nt
of Sexual and Seminal
Diseases, sucn as .o
lorrhea, Gtrtt, Strict.
lure, aypniua.ia aUlts
forms. .SVmiMnr rMb
uess, Xmpoteney, and
ixjsl jiRnnnnn twrmt.
nently cured. The sick and afflicted should not
fall tn Oa 1 1 Hwnn K w T. n... i . . .
extensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly
Mv-. w iMunMo iuiuiuwuuui wflica jio is com-
?etent to impart to those in need of his services,
hft DOTtnr rtl rO when ntVinn nll rr. La
DR. GIBBON will make no charge unlesj heef-
t"-.. vuk icisuus m a uisianco UUKD AT
HO Jit. All communications strictly con Aden-
laL All Iottprfi nmtviiMH in nl.n 1
DR. J. F. GIBBON. Box 1857. San Francisco. Cal
Xatlf i h.rr, . .11 V J.
. "uiuutk may con
cern that I hwe a ppointed D. W. Btearna of Cala.
pooia precinct Deputy Inspector of Stock for said
prtcinct; postofaee address, Oakland; also A. J.
Chapman of Wilbur. nil Kalnli Hmltt. f. .
bunp. til Rrt rlnrinv rnv aKaAnM. . .1 n . v . J 1
be added as parties inspected make their desire
known to me.
Eoseburg, JIny itb, 1S37.
Inspector of atoca tor Douslaa county Or.
Two Doors North of Depot Hotel.
Tflhlft Blir.nl to? with thn hoa f Via mav-
kot affords. Weals at all hours, 23 cents.
Snctlial mips tn fnmilinq. nnil narftVulo-
attention civen to immigrants.
W. L. D. DEARD0RF1, Propr.
DiniXG CARS OJI OGDO ROUTE,
Pullman Buffet Sleeper
SECO.-MD. CLANS SLEEPING CAIiS
Attached to an Through Trains.
West Side Division.
Between Poriland and CorvaJHs.
Mall train dally (except Sunday).
7:30 a. sc. I Lt. - PonUnd - Ar. I 55 r.x.
12:lSr.jt. Ar. - Corvallls - Lt.I 5
At Albany and Corvallis connect 'with trains
ol Oregon Pacific railroad.
Express train dally (except Sunday).
'40 p V
725 T. sr.
I It. -
AT. 1 823 A. x.
Lt. 530.1. x.
Through Tlckeu to all Points in
Ibe Eastern States, Canada and
Europe can be obtained at low
eat rates Irons George Estes, Asreat
R.KOEHLEH, E. P. ROGERS,
Manager. Asst. G.,F. & Pass. Agen
TN THE CIRCTHTl COURT OF OREGON FOB
- the County of Douglas.
O-t a . . .
L. C. Beardsly, PeUr Huma, E. 3.
Preble, Hartha A. Boggea and T. R.
Sheridan, Executors and Execrxtor
01 th," "Utaof T.R. Boirg-es.de-eeaaed.
The Ongon & California
Lumber Co., a corporation, F.
Born. 8. TV. Condon, Dlst. Atty.
for Donglvj County and Ada Bearda-
. . Defendant.
To L. C. Beardsley, the aboTe named defendant.
,rfbtTmt3.uUd. to TT and -tie COD-
r..mHijiii us aooTe entitled suit
on or before the first day of the next regular terra
,7, "T" u wuiouw ua jtAuizaAT ma lata
day of March, A, B 1833, that belni the S
itl , u of aaid eourt regularly following
thexpIraUon the time prescribed for the ubl
cation of thla aummons in and by an order herein
. r -....w8bwMJu cuuxt aan Bear.
of for 6 ni ??r"S
k JS 5!22 i??--!7 J taml. at the
of October: YmTaudlorlh. furSe? Sn 'of ,Too
aa attorney fees and further for his coats and
t.,? JS? owlBg described premiaet.
ejal aurTey and plat of aaid addition of record in
tteofflee of tte County Clerk of .rSSgU.'conty.
""!" uiMiinir nine Acres more or leas,
together with the tenement., hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging Vrje
appertaining, b. sold by the Sheriff of aiid County
payment of the &XSZlg "J
all persons cUlming unaer you or .ubieonent to
LtViSfSS V" suednereS
ti.t ..... . T' "r" uul premises and
... c uiAiu iter aptujinr all tea
Pf?ce;?,.of it "le of ,a,d Premi8 prepVly at!
plieabletotheiaUsfactionof uid juoraent
attorney for th Plaintiff.
0. B. Cannon is agent for thn ir
man's Fund and Home Mutual Insurance
Companies. They are both PacificlCoaat
Companies and therefore deserye your