X THE PLAINDEALER ISttJXD rVIRT XOKDJLT AXD THUJtSDlT BT THEPUMKAIER WBUSHIKC COMPANY W. F. BENJAMIN, C Y. BENJAMIN, Editor Manager. Ssbscription Kates: Ono Year payable In advance . Sa oo Montis, . x oo Month." " 50 THURSDAY, MARCH 2S, 1S95. AS TFE SEE THINGrS. INFLUENCE OF THE INNER LIFE ON THE EXTERNAL WORLD. How an Individual or a Sceso May Have an Entirely TMBtrwit Appearance to Ttro Persons Happiness and Sorrow JIado by Ourselves. There havo been philosophers who do plartxt that tho earth on which wo stand gad tho stars ca which wo gazo havo no real existence, but aro merely tho out comes of oar inner selves. Perhaps tho best answer to this is that tho mind it self, at least that of most people, refuses to receive tho-idea. Tho differenco be tween tho mo and tho not mo is too sharply defined in tho inner conscious aess to permit Bishop Berkeley's notion from taking root within -as. Yet wo cannot afford to overlook tho germ of truth which this idea contains. Though not literally tho creation of our thought, tho outer world is to each one of us largely that which wo make it Nature herself, in all her varied scenes, whatever she may be in reality, shows herself to us in tho light which wo throw upon her. Ono man looks at a I lancVicapoand sees land and water, grass and trees, hills and plains, and nothing 1 racra. Anotner, a tanner, sees tno grow ing crops, tho fallow land, tho noxious weeds, tho prospect for future tillage and tho obstacles to bo overcome. An other, with a painter's eye, sees every variety of form and color, proportion and perspective, harmony and contrast; beauty and sublimity. To tho melan choly man all is tinctured with gloom a leaden pall covers even tho gayest books whilo to tho joyous everything seems bright and glad, and even the dreariest of November days only sug- later on to struggle through the clouds, t So with the sights of a city. For each of us as they take on tho aspect of our own mental condition. How differently they impress the citizen who has spent Ms lifo among them from the foreigner who views them far the first time I "What a different message tho stately and mag nificent buildings bear to tho absorbed man of business and to tho architect who appreciates every detail of their construction! If there is so wide a divergence in tho aspect which inanimate thing havo far rr tho differenco is still greater in tho way wo regard the men and women by whom wo aro surrounded. Character is a complex thing, difficult to detect, im possible to fathom, yet wo prcsumptu casiy venture to gauge and pronounce cpcsi it with tho smallest modicum of knowledge. It is curious to sotico how differently tho same person will impress varices individuals. His friend will per haps see so fault in him, his enemy no virtue. Use will put faith in him; an other will ssspect his every action. Ono will deem him cold hearted; another will think him affectionate and kind. It must bo that their own personalities are reflected in him, and that to a cer tain extent he does thus become for a time, wbHo tmder their influence, what they suppose him to be always. It is certainly true that the good and gentle find far mare goodness and gentleness in tho world than those who aro defi cient in such qualities. It is the selfish man who is the keenest to detect selfish ness in others; it is the overbearing who complain most of tho arrogance and pride with which they are met, and the unjust who murmur at the injustice they receive. On tho other hand, tho loving and sympathetic discover love and sympathy everywhere; the noble and true bring to light nobility and truth which might otherwise bo hidden. Thus to a largo extent we develop the character cf those we meet. By a subtle magnetism we draw like to like and evolve out of other personalities the characteristics of our own. Even the outward circumstances of life are largely what we ourselves make them. We are accustomed to consider prosperity a blessing and adversity a curse, but quite frequently they change places. It isthe spirit in which they aro received that determines their result Tho rich and self indulgent man, sur rounded by I unary and opportunity, may be far less happy than his poorer neigh "bar who brings industry, fidelity and resercdry into constant exercise. Tho Esse privileges that raise one young man to honor and usefulness area snare and temptation to another. Tho same recreation that invigorates ono enfeebles another. The samo sorrow that softens one and leads him out of self to works of kindness and helpfulness prostrates another and renders him valueless. It is that which is within a man that so acts trpon the externals of life as to de cide their results to him, and through him toothers. If this be so, then happiness or wretch edness is larcely in our power, and most of our complaints only bear wit ness to cur own remissness. Wo may rightly recognize the futility of strug gling against outward events which wo cannot control, but we can always bring to bear upon them such a spirit and in fluence as shall turn evil into good and bitter into sweet Philadelphia Ledger. A Startling Announcement. An English literary man who was on the verge of bringing out a book at tho Pitt Press ordered his proofs to bo sent to him at a house where he was engaged to dine out, intending to look them over in tho half hour after dinner. Tho print er's boy however, was late in bringing them, and the gentlemen had already rejoined tho lydies in the drawing room when tho company was electrified by hearing tho sonorous voice of the butler announcing, "Tho devil from the Pitt has como for Mr. Jonesl" San Fran cisco Argonaut Tho Value of a Hyphen. I recall an advertisement which actu ally appeared, sans hyphen, recently in a London daily, to wit: "Mr. and lire. 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TEo?r.icTouaf V Di Ci fn A A We get out a Poor class of Printing Job Printing; Pays that is Superior Poor to the Profits. "General Run." PLAINDEALER PUB. CO. Milling Application No. 54. United States Land Office, Koscburg, Oregon, tMarchl8,lS05 Notlco Is licreby given that tbo Green Mount ain Mining Company, a corporation duly Incor porated under tho general law ot tho State of Oregon, with 1U principal offlco or placo ot business nt Portland, Multnomah county, Ore gon, by Us duly qualified and acting president, V. tt. Wilson, whoso post pfllco address Is Clove land, Douglas County, Oregon, has, on tho 17th of August, 1887. Hied Its application for a patent for thrco hundred feet In a southwesterly direct ion from tho discovery cut, and twelve hundred feet in a northeasterly direction from said dis covery cut, in tho aggrcgato fifteen hundred linear feet of tho Clrcen Mountain Quartz lode, bearing gold and silver quarU, together with surface ground six hundred feet in width situated lu (ireen Mountain Mining District. County of Doticln and State ofOrecou. and designated by tho field notes nnd official plat nn Illo in this oillco as Survey No. 5 and Claim sx, on unsurveyed lands but lu Sections S2 and 33, Township 12 south, Kongo -1 west, when tho pub lic survey Is extended, said Lot No. S3 being discrlbcd as follows, to wit: Beginning at a polut three hundred feet south, Vi decrees west of dlscovcrv shaft or cut at nost No. 1 at the center of southerly end of said Claim No. HS. from which the southeast corner of section 32 and X' Township 32 south, flange 4 west, Willamette Meridian, on tho 7th Standard Parallel South. Douglas Coantr. Orczon. bears south 5 degrees cast G0.37 chains distant, a fir 39 Inches in diameter bears north 41 degrees west ono hundred and twenty link; distant, a fir IS inches in diameter bears south G3 degrees cast 10 links distant. thenco north 05 degree west HXJ lect to post No. i Irom which yellow fir 30 Inches In diameter bears south K degrees cast 17 links. yellow llr 21 Inches In diameter bears north 13 degrees cast 7S links, mathronc C inches lu di ameter tears south 3 degrees west 51 links; thenco north 35 degrees east 1500 feet to post No. 3 from which a llr a) inches in diameter bears south 20 degrees west 23 links distant, a fir 12 Inches in diameter bears north 61 degreus east 31 links distant; thence south 53 degrees east COO feet to post No. 5, from which mathcronc G Inches lu diameter bears south 23 degrees west 32 links distant, mathcronc G inches in diam eter bears north 20 degrees east 13 links distant; innce soutn s ucgrccs west loou icct to post No. G, from which llr 12 inches In diameter bears north 55 degrees west 2G links distant, llr ten inches in diameter bears south 57 degrees west 27 links distant, fir 8 Inches in diameter bears touth b0 degrees cast 31 links distant, thenco north 55 degrees west 300 (hundred) feet to place of beginning, magnetic variation 13 degrees cast, containing 20.65 ocrcs. Thu location of this mine. W. J. Worlev locator, is recorded in the recorder's office. Douglas county, Oregon, in Hook. of Record of .Mining Claims, volume 2, page 72$. The ad oiuing claimants arc n. a. Jones nna A. a. whiting on the northerly end and F. Clarno it Co.. on the southerly end. Ami anr and all nersons clalmlnz odreraclr any portion of tald Green Mountain Mine or surface ground, arc requited to file their ad verse claim with tho KcgUtcr of the United States Land Office at Koicbcrg, In the State of Oregon, during the sixty days period of pub lication hereof, or they will be barred by vlr- ino oi ine provisions ui me Eiaime. it. Ji. vr.Aiun, Keglster. NOTICE. f O AIX WHOM IT MAY CONCEKN, GREET-inir: Notlcu is hereby siven that there is a mort gage or trust deed covering all the proierty of the Victory Placer Mining Company, securing the payment of J 125,001 in Coupon UomU. That tho undersigned is one of the owner of said lloads, holding and owning VXSKiO of the same. and that neither the undersigned nor any holder or owner of anr of said Bonds will be re sponsible for any work. labor or service done or pcriormci tor tno ictory naccr .Mining com pany, or for any material of anr kind whatso ever iiirniiucti to sain uompany lor any purpose whatever, or for the transportation of the same, or for any work, labor or services done or pcr- inrcicu upon, or lor any material mrnisneu lor me construction, alteration or repair, either In whole or in riart. of anr bulldlnir. wharf, ditch. flume, tunnel, fence, machincrv. nnucdnct or ouicr structure or structures, repaired, built, constructed, or placed upon the property of said iitwu i lotci jiimuK vuujuauT. tur hut new machinery or material furnished said Company ur piaccu upon meirsaiu property. uaica mis $tn uay oi Jiarc:i, lsj-k mil M0 J.T.C.NASII. Fnal Notice. TN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE of Ort-gon, in Douglas County. In Ihc matter of the estate of Josephus r.nx-E, ucccascii. Notice Ls hcrcbr riven that the nndcraicned administrator of the above entitled estate has filed his final account In settlement thereof. and the Court by order duly made and entered o record, has fiped Monday, May 6th, 1S35, at oue o'clock p.m., forbearing objections if any ir.cn; ur, 10 au account, ana tne nnai eeitic mcnt of said csUtc. DALY BP.OCK, J. W. IUxiltom, Administrator. Attorney for the Estate. I2SI6 EAST AND SOUTH VIA THE" SHASTA ROUTE OF THE Southern Pacific Co. Kiptets trains learc Portland daily. feonth I North 6:15f.x. 10:15 a. m. Lr. - Portland - Ar. Lr. - Rosebnrg - Lr. Ar. - San Francisco Lr. t:20 a. St. 11:30 r.x. 7:00 r. x. Above trains stop at all stations From Port land to Albany Inclusive. Also Tangent, Shcdds, Halsey, Harrisburg, Junction City, Irving. Engece and all stations Irom Koscburg iu .uumau inclusive. 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Chapman ot Wilbur, and lUlrh Smith, nt Rose burg, to act during my abucncv, and others mil beaildeilnspartica inspected make tltir ilenire nown to me. Itoseburg, May 1th. 1SS7. THOS. SMITH, Insroctor ot Stock tor Douglas county Or. DeardorffHouse Two Doors North of Depot Hotel. Tablo Bupplictl with tho best tho mar ket affords. Meala at all hours, 25 cents. Special rates to families, and particular attention given to immigrants. W. I. D. DEARD0RFJb,J Propr. Sheriff Sale. TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE STATE, of Oregon, for the County of Douglas. James Pitcher, PlaintifO vs. ( Annnie Consolidated 3Hn- ing Co., Defendant. J State op Obecok. ( County of Douglas. 's AYhereas at the regular December tern. XSK, of the Circuit Court of the State ot Oregon, for Dongias County, to-wit: on December 4th, 1SS1, James Pitcher recovered a judgment against the above named defendant for the sum of $61L2 and ?6L25 costs and disbnrsments herein taxed, and against the following described attached, property, to-wit: Tbc Emma Mining Claim extending 1500 feet north 21 degrees east, said claim being located on the north cast slope of Grouse Mountain,, about -too feet from the main tunnel on the Anna Mining Claim In "a northeasterly course,. Horse Haven Creek on tho north east. Grouse Mountain on the south west, a rockcy bluff on the east, distant about 700 feet from end, centers and corners being distinctly marked by stakes;, also the Maggie Mining Claim, described as fol lows; Commencing at the south east corner of. Anna Claim, running 1300 feet easterly and par allel with Saran Claim; thence 600 feet southerly to a fir tree; thence 15C0 feet westerly to a fir trees about 2 feet through, blazed on four sides; thence northerly C00 ftet to Anna four comers, and place of beginning. Also Lucy Mining Claim described as follows: Said claimi7o0ectsi;degrees north of cast and TOO feet 31 degrees south of west, from center ot said claim, wnish claim is situated on the head waters of Horse HavcniCreek, Grouse Mountain on the south west, distance about one half mile from said center; & rocky bluff on the east, distant about two and one-half miles; west end center a lone pine tree marked W. C. L.; east end center a lonetnr tree marked E. C. L., end line running 51 degrees west of west and 34 de grees east ot south. Corners distinctly marked by stakes, also the timber and water rights and privileges belonging to said claims being sit uated in Bohemia Mining District, Douglas County, State of Oregon. Also the following named mining claims situ ated in the Bohemia Mining District, Douglas County, State of Oregon, to-wit: Anna Quartz Mining Claim. Little Joe Quartz Mining Claim, Henry Quartz Mining Claim, Mystery Quartz Mining Claim .Grey Eagle Quartz Mining claim, and more particularity described as follows, to wit: Anna Mining Claim, being situated in Bo hemia Mining District, exterior boundaries. Fairvie w Mountain west two and one-half miles,. Johnson Meadows cast seven miles, Kocky Butto north one mile. Old Knott Mill south one and one-half miles; Henry Mining Claim being; located in Bohemia Mining District near.Groase.. Mountain, exterior boundaries a lono flat ridge north east one and one-half miles; south west bv & lone fir tree with top cut out, north by Rocky Butte, south by iho Knott MULnMystery Min ing Claim being located in the Bohemia Mining District, exterior boundaries on the south by the Johnson Claim, north by low divide be tween Bohemia and Grouse Mountains one-half mile away, cast by south end of Grouso Moun tain, wot by Bohemia Mountain. Grey Eagle Miniug Claim being located on the east side of Grouse Mountain and about one-half mile south east of the shaft on the Excelsior Mine, also the mill and mill site which are of record! in the office of the County Clerk of Douglas. County, Oregon, in VoL 3 of miscelaneous roin ing records of said County, together with all the dips, spurs and angles, also all the metals, ores, gold and silver bearing quartz rock and earth therein, and all the rights and privileges and franchises thereto incident, appendant and ap purtenant or therewith usually had: also the lollowlng described attached personal property to-wit: One stationery engine, one boiler, two concentrators, one 5 stamp battery, ono iron vice, one set pipe dies, onelsteampump, about ' 50 cords of wood moreorless being all the wooA at tho mill, one cable tramway and appurte nances running from mill to mine, 13 picks, at mine, 6 shovels, i sledge, 15 drills, 3 jacks, 2: rumps, 2 ore cars, -100 feet ore track, 2& sacks, ore. 2 anvils, 1 vice, 1 bellows, 1 grind stone, IS. sacks concentrates, 7 wrenches, 1 giant, 1 water wheel, 3 chains, and whereas all of the said, property, both real and persona, Mas duly at tached on the 17th day ot September. 1S!1, and, an order of sale of all of said property was duly made and entered at said regular December term, 1S91, of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Douglas Cour.ty, to-wit; on the 1th, day of December, 1S51. how thereforo.in the namo'of.the StatcTa Oregon. 1 will on Thursday the 4th dsyot April, 1895, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon of said day on the premises of said Anna Mining Co., sell at public auction to tho highest bldder for cash In hand, all the right, title and interest which the said dctendant had in or to the said, personal property on the 17th day of September. iS!M, or at any time thercrf ter and if a sufficient sum be not realized from the sale of said perso nal property to satisfy tho judgment of said James Pitcher, costs and acrulng costs. I will on Thursday the ISth day of April, 1S33, at the Court House door in Rose burg, Douglas County, Oregon, sell at public auction for cash, in hand, all the right title and interest the said defendant had In or to tho above described real croperty on the 17th day of September, 1S91. or at any time thereafter, and will apply tho proceeds of such sales, ilrst to the costs and ex penses of such sale and to the costs and dis bnrsments herein taxed at$GL25: second to tho payment to tho plaintiff the sum of $011.33 with interest thereon at the rate of S per cent, per annum from December 1th, 1S!H, and the over- Slus if any there bo I will pay over to the defen ant or its legal representative. C.F.CATHCART Sheriff Douglas County, Orego-n at 25 ccuts per hundred.