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THE PLAINDEALER FUBUSHIRC CWPANY
t W. F. BESJAMIK,
Ono Yvar payable In advance ....... 9 oo
Months. " " x oo
Months." " 50
THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1895.
Public education is the bulwark of
American liberty and most not be
suffered to pass under the control of
All religions should bo tolerated
and protected in the United States,
so long as they keep their sectarian
grasp off the ship of state. No
union of church and slate should be
Bat few cases remain to bo disposed
of, and those aio being pushed alone as
fast as possible Tbo following business
has been transacted sines last report.
Cathcart & Churchill rs. E. C. Talmer;
foreclosure of lien. On trial.
J. A. Kirkendall vs. Sol Abraham, et
injunction. Argued and submit tod.
Watkins & Tandy vs. C. F. Cuthcart,
Sheriff; to recover property. erdlct for
Lucky Queen Mining Company vs. Sol
Abraham; to recover damages. Con
A. W.Hart vs. C. F. Colvin ot al.;
injunction. Argued and submitted.
C. H. Maupin, Admr. vs. A. S. Peters;
A. T. Pintlor y. Electa T. Pintler; di
Asher Marks, Adtur., et al. vs. John
Joneo et al. ; foreclosure. Decree of fore
The receipts of revenue for Starch
is reported below the expenditures.
If such a shrinkage continues the
Cleveland-. Carlisle - Wilson - Gorman
government will have to sell more
bonds to 'Hhe English yon know."
The people of the United States
went off in 1S92, after a will-o-the-wisp
democratic free trade, and have
found that it is not what fancy
painted it They fear also that the
nromises of DODuhsm will not im-
prove the conditions.
The "Peak Sisters."
Friday evening April 5tb. the V. C.
T. U. will give an entertainment at tbe
opera bouse. Following is the pro
Welcome, Hazel Patterson ; History of
the "Peak Sisters. Mits Walker; Chorus;
Recitation, Amata Smith; Piano solo,
Maud Annes; Reading, Echo Gaddis;
Trio, Mrs. Woolley, Misses Burnside and
Boa telle; Recitation, Edith Buckner;
Chorus; Duetto, Misses Buckner and
Smith; Reading, Mrs. Richards; Solo,
Mildred Landers; Song, Bertha Sen!
brede and Mabel BelSls; Recitation,
Miss Bradley; Chorus; March; Tableau
Assisted by Mrs. Lynn aad Mrs. Apple-
hof. Admission 15 cents.
There are three things that go to
determine man's character, viz: Pre
natal influences, his education and
training in youth, and tbe Burroand-
ing circumstances in his daily life.
The latter, generally, having the
strongest power over him.
In seven states of the Union the
Catholic population is in excess to tbe
Protestant, viz: New Mexico, Cali
fornia, Massachusetts, Rhode Island,
Connecticut, New York and Lonisi
ana.; New Mexico has the largest
Dercentace. 751 per cent and Ar
kansas the smallest per cent of voters,
viz: lot 1 percent So figures the
Portlander. Perhaps it knows.
Secretary Gresham, it is said, will
retire in tbe near fnture from Cleve
land's cabinet. His wife's desire to
return to her home in Illinois and
his taste for law practice it is claimed,
are tbe motives for surrendering his
portfolio, rather than the many
snnbbs he has received both from his
party and foreign governments. A
poor excuse is better than none.
The republican party is too de
cisive in its measures, too vigorous
of life, too clear in its enunciations
of the principles upon which it is
based, viz: American protection to
all American industries. A sound
money system. A vigorous foreign
policy and the maintenance of Amer
ican soil free from foreign domina
tion, to fear going into desuetude
If democracy were indeed, as it
claims to be, tne mend ot tho poor
man, it would give him a preference
over the rich when it wants to bor
row money. Just let the old maids
and safety bank depositors have
chance to empty their old stocking
legs of coin hid away, and depositors
to draw their bank checks for small
bonds and the government could
quadruple the loans she has recently
made through Wall street bankers.
That would help the poor greatly.
The PursEnsxEE is a bimetalist
and holds to the opinion that to ef
fect the largest circulation of eflver
possible, would be to call in all gold
coins of less denomination than the
ten-dollar piece and all bank and
treasury notes below tbe denomina
tion of ten dollars. This would cre
ate a vacuum that silver would rush
in to fill, asjsnbsidiary coin. Then
coin silver as fast as the demand for
it was sufficiently great 10 call it into
The Portlander, an A P. A. paper.
published m Portland, Oregon, says
"There weie, in 1890, 16.910,311 men
of voting age in this country. The
protestant churches had 13,974,635
communicants, of whom 4,558412
were males of voting age. Tbe Bo
man Catholics had 6,257,871 common
1 cants, of whom 1,912,632 were males
of voting age. Of tbe whole mass,
16.910,311 voiers, thero were only
6,501,091 who were members of
This, if true, shows 10,292,440 were
not members of any church. Sodom
wouldhave been spared from de
struction with a much less popula
tion 01 ngnteous men. 00 mere is
hope for America yet; for 6,500,000
righteous men ought to save Amer
ica, especially in as much as most of
our rulers are members of some of
the churches. The scriptures say
that, "When the righteous bear rule
the people rejoice."
This coming eeason, from present indi
cations, is going to be more active
general mining in this section of South
era Oregon than ever before. Already
the bills have been fn!l of prospectors for
weeks during tbe favorable weather that
lias prevailed. From every section
comes good reports, and considerable
capital is being induced to take hold of
both quartz and placer propositions,
There is a strong indication that the uo
developed mineral wealth of Southern
uregon m going w reveive iuu aneuuou
from capital that it so jnstlv deserves
this summer. Riddle Enterprise.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
J.vtritd Gold Medal Midwinter Fair. Sia Fricdsco.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
bT local armlieaiions as ther cannot reach tlio
deceased portion of the car. Thero is only one
wy ui care aeausess. ana uiu u oy consuiu
Uonal remedies. Deafness is caused br an In
Mamed condition of the tnocoos lining of the
Eoslaehian Tube. When this tube is inflamed
1 hare a ruinblias sonndor imperfect hear-
. ana irnen 11 is enarciTciosea. ueainess 11
the result, and unless the ln&amation can be
taken oat and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing -will be destroyed forever;
the sucoos surfaces.
sine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
-which is nothing but an lnnaned condition o
We, win tire One Hundred Dollars for anr
ease of Deafness lauscd by catarrh) that cannot
ne cured by uairs catarrh cure, send lot, clr
culirs, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
I I I , I... T
Expelled From the Church.
Sr. Locrs, April 1. Tho council of the
Baptist church met vesterday and an
nounced the result of its findings in tho
case ot Rev. C. C Manton, who was
charged with tuloltry and falsehood
Mars ton deserted a wife in Washington
state, acd took up with a Mrs. French,
with whom be is traveling in Iowa as
his wife, while he delivers lectures on
Temperance" and "Purity and Chastitv
of the home." Mars ion was expelled,
and the church asked to revoke his ordi
Fir wood, 2 or 4 feet, delivered
board cars at Drain, at 2 per cord.
J. T. Bridges.
At the approaching convention of the
daughters of Bebekah which meets at
Salem Monday, May 13. There will be
important chances asked for, as provided
by the code of the Sovereim grand
lodge at Cbatonooga last year. It
is. desired that the Be be tabs of this state
be authorized by the Grand lodge of
Oregon, to organize a state assembly.
In the matter of the estate of Chas.
Hollyfield, deceased, W. A. Perkins,
administrator, hat been directed by the
court to complete the contract made by
deceased and J. E. Heald with the S. P.
Company for the delivery of 5000 railroad
ties and the manufacture of timber from
500,000 feet of saw logs at tbe mill of said
Rain, beautiful rain.
Tho eun-ehino has disappeared, and
Oregon's gonllo mists are with us again.
low inches of now snow fell on tho
Coast Range tho other night, but soon
Tho Plaikdbalkk Is a welcome guost
in this part.
Mrs. Molllu Laird nnd family, of tho
Sugar Pine mountain liavo moved to tho
Eighteen mile houso to spend tho sum
mer. Wo are glad to seo her in our
We aro sorry to Bay that little Bonnie
Ilnrdmnn is quite sick. While playing,
be accldently rait a rusty nail through
tho palm ot his hand. At last accounts
wai 8oaio better.
Sunday school was organized at Sit-
kum the other day. Mrs. Win. Aber-
nethy aud Mrs. II. Laird orguuizers.
Tho hills aro decked with wild llowere,
and wo know spring is here.
Arthur Wood in of Reston has gono to
Coos county to learn telegraphy.
Tho dance given at O. . Gurney's
last week was a grand success.
C. M. Siegela of Looking Glass made a
flying trip through Reston en route to
Ten Mile. What's the attraction. Chollv?
J. D. Laird and G. G. Goblo came over
tho old Coos bay road today. Also Miss
Ida Wright and her brother. Walter
Laird. C. Kirk and C. Harry, all of Coos
Miss Lottio Xewland was visitiug at
Reston the other day. Call again, Lottie
Our school will begin April 1st. 0.1.
Joe caver, of Floprnoy, is tho guest
of John West todav.
Misses Mattio Cocierill and Stella In-
man gavo a play party not long ngo,
Gamed were playod until 11 o'clock,
when every one rat down to a bountifully
supplied table. After supper we all re
turned to our respective homes wishing
they would have another pirly soon,
Thoso present were Misses Mattie
Cockerill, Winnie and Nannie Tipton,
Stella, Lva. and Lanral Inmann and
Juni Wilson, Muster Fred Tipton,
James Beasly, Fred West, Cliff Inman
and A. H. Woodin.
A wedding at Reston? Did you over
hear the like? Who said so?
Rumors say that Miss Rose Fisher
will Boon return home from Roseburg
where she has spent the winter.
Thomas Cretreon of Coos county has
gone to Drain. lie received word that
his mother was very sick at that place
Clarence Lstes and Thrash will start
for Washington soon. Eves Green,
In his search for news yesterday tbe
only item of "latest news" our reporter
found, was a brand new pair of shoes
just off the last at C.A. Gibler's shoo
shop, opposite the depot all for three
dollars and a half. Look for ad in Puis
dealer neat week. If you don't find it
there, go to his shop aud find his new
The K. of P. band has just received
new uniforms. They are fine and will
be first used Sunday afternoon on the
occasion of their visit to tbe Soldiers
Home to discourse soma of their sacred
and patriotic music.
Tbe Republicans in municipal elections
have carried almost every ticket. Geo.
B. Swift, republican, was elected mayor
of Chicago by over 41.000 plurality.
Other cities heavy gains.
Shiloh's Cure is sold on a guarantee.
It cures Incipient Consumption. It is
the best Cough Care. Only one cent a
dose, 25cts.,50cta., and $1.00.
Cow Creek Notes.
Born, March 5th, to the wife of Charles
Cook, a daughter.
Mrs. John Brock ley and son Freddie
have gone to Grants Pass on a visit to
Mrs. Brockley's parents.
Fred Oithchild and P. McMillon, who
havA been stopping at Tunnel 5 for some
time, has moved to Perkins Flat near
Mr. Fieland Cornutt and family bavo
moved back to their place at Rowes' mill
from which they have been absent near
Mr. J. Toller of Sbenanaswi Point,
w at Roseburg on business one day
George L. Haynes of Roseburg spent
one week in the Canyon, as tbe guest of
D. C. Conrtney and family.
A few days before the tunnel crew left
Tunnel ." Charley Frances, the kid, had
tbe misfortune to fall oif the Dads ere
trestle in tbe creek, 31 ! got quite a duck
ing. That was too baJ, Charley.
II. C. Oden of Tunnel 4, spent several
days in Glendale last week.
Tbe freight train run by Mr. E. Elder
13 draped in mourning in memoria of the
brakeman who was killed near Lelarid.
Web Purdey was in Glendale on busi
ne&s one day last week.
We understand there is going to be
oance at Glendale the 20th of this
jluo a. r. iO. a fence gang that is run
by G. W. Donnell, passed through the
Canyon a few days ago for Riddle. From
there they will finish fencing to Rose
jar. j. u. .Montgomery 01 Mchois was
the guest of I). C. Courtney last Sunday,
Steve Webber of Riddles was the
guest of Pete Mceban at Gold Flat last
Mrs. Sharkey, who baa been staying
with C. Cook's family at Tunnel 6 for
some time, went to Roeebnrc last week
Olalla is becoming famous for weddings
A social dance for Friday evening at
the Olalla ball, is now on the program.
Mr. Stanuley has suspended operations
at the mines for a few weeks rest.
George Gougly of the Coos Bay stage
line was in our town Sunday last.
Mrs. Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Willis of
Roseburg, and Mies Mollie McCullocb of
the O. S. II. were in attendance at the
Pellem-McCulIoch wedding Sunday.
Mrs. Lewis and daughter of Portland
came yesterday to take up their resi
dence with the family of our neighbor,
D. A. Frock.
Mr. S. Whipple and his esteemed
wife of Camas Valley passed through
this place nionday enroute to Montana,
where he goes to accept a lucrative posi
tion. Mrs. Cooper and sons are working
their mines with reasonable success, the
late rains have given them a plentiful
supply of water for a good spring run.
Messrs. Ralph and company are crowd
ing their work and taking out some very
nice gold with encouraging prospects
Messrs. Wells, Beno and Fisher con
template a prospecting trip to Josephine
county next week. We wish them a
pleasant and successful trip.
Major Walsh went to Jtoseburg Tues
day ou business connected with bis min
Mr. Bchyler Ireland will soon return
from the company's mine in Josephine
a . t a
county wnen ma Drome r nenry win go
to tbe mines to take his place.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon for tho County ot Douglas.
W. T. Crcason,
Emll IMagcns and Albcrstlnc
Stato of Oregon
County of Douglas.)
whereas at tho regular Jiarcn term ib, 01 nu
Circuit Court of tho Stato of OreRon for tlio
County of Douglas, to-wlt: On Monday, March
ih, 1S95, W. T. Crcoson tho abovo named plain
tiff recovered a Judgment by foreclosure of n
raortRaco against tlio.aboro named defendants
i-.mu viagcns ami Aiocrsuno nagens, aim
against tlio following described mortgaged
premises, to-wlt: Mlcclnnlncnt a -nolut in tlio
center of tho county road leading from l'ctcrt
to I'aucrsoa'x .Mill, on mo west line 01 tno it.
Foster donation claim No. 43. Township
tkmth, ot Itango -OVcst of tho Willamette Me
ridian, 10.50 chains South of tho Northwest in
terior "1 corner 01 saiu claim, nald corner being
.TS chains East of the Northwest comer nt Sec
tioh 21; thenco South su degrees and SO minutes
Host on tho west lino of tho said donation-claim,
4S.T chains to tho Southwest corner thereof;
thence on thu South lino of claim, North 83 de
grees and 30 minutes Knit, 23.10 chains; thenco
North 5 dcgreeH, West U1.12 chains to point In
center ot County road abovo mentioned from
which a black oak treo In road :t inches diam
eter bears North 75 degrees West 98 links dis
tant: thenco along center 01 county road Norm
C7 dcarrecs West 1 chain. North 71 decrees West
10 cmuns. noun m aecrecs anu 1.1 minutes vt est
12.ro chains; thenco North 23 degrees and IS
minutes West to placo ot beginning, containing
84 and 8-100 acres ot laud more or less. Also be-
Inning at a point on tbo bouth line of the U. I),
"outer donation claim No. 4.1, 23.10 chains North
S3 degrees and VO minutes Kast of the Southwest
... 1 . 1 ........ . u ..... I. r .1 .... t-ti
cuiuit iiiviwii luujku cuimi u uiKma r. U3 . o,iu
chains to stake from which n whlto oak a inches
in diameter, bears North TO degrees west 8 feet
and a white oak 5 inches in diameter bears
Norths feet distant; thenco bouth 7s dCKrees
Kast K.SI chains to anoint from which 11 black
oak boars North 78 degrees West 36 links dis
tant; thenco South l negroes l-.iut 5.31 chains
to a point on the East line, Lot No. 7. Section 21;
thenco South on said East lino &2 chains to tho
hitlf.mile enmer between Sections 24 nnd 2).
Townshln 26 South. oIItanco4 West of Wlllam
cito aienman: mence vtesi jj cnains; meia-u
North on West line ot Lot No. 7, 15.C0 chains to
tho South lino of the Foster donation claim:
thpnrnnn said &mth line North 9 decTreS ami
M minutes East 1LS6 chains to tbo ntacc Of bo-
ginning, containing 22 and 7S-10O acres ot land
more or less. Also oegiuning at n point on iuu
Section lino 20 chains North of the corner to Sec
tions 23, 21, 25 and 2G in Township H South, of
Kango 4 west 01 vt uuimcue,-pnncipai jicnuian;
thence souui -W cnains to ino t-ecuon corner;
thfnr Vest20 chains: thenco Northeast to the
placo of beginning, containing 20 acres ot land
more or less. Also bccinnlni: at the samu point
20 chains North of the comer to SecUons ZS. 21.
25 and 26 in Township 26 South of Range 4 West
of said vt lliameiie wormian on tnc &ecuon line;
thence East 7.75 chains to tho West boundary
Hue ot the U. 1). Foster donation claim No. 43;
thence North on said line 5 chains; I hence
Southerly iu a straight line to tho place of be
ginning, containing.! and 94-100 acres of land
more or less. Also loi tm &ecuou .1 in iowii-
ship 26 South, ot Range 4 West ot the Willamette
Meridian, containing 34X6 acres of land more or
less. Aim tno onn nan 01 ino.NortnneslQ.tiar
tvruiul the Southwest nuarter of the Nnrthitcst
quarter of SecUun 25, Township VG South, of
xtanKC-t hciioi ?aiu t iuauit.-iu.-u Jicnuiau uim
tho Eat half of tho Northeast ouarter of Section
26 in Township i6 South, of Range 4 West of
said .Willamette .Menuinn. una tnc .Nortnuesi
Quarter 01 tno.Norunrcai Quarter 01 tecuon a in
Township 26 South, ot Range4 West of Said Wll-
umcuo iienaian, wins zu acres, uc toiai
acreage being 404 and 2X-10O acres tot land more
or less, and being and lying In Douglas County,
State of Oregon.
Now. thcreloro. in tbe name 01 the state ul
Oregon, 1 will, on Saturday, tho 4th day of
Mar. istt, at 1 o ciocc in tnc aiicrnoun 01 saia
day, at tho Court House door in Roseburg,
uouzias Loaaiv. urrcon. sen ai nuuuc auction
to the hlshcst bidder for cosh in hand, ail tlio
right, title and interest which the said defend
ants or either of them bad in or to the above
described real pnij-erty, 20th day of July. 1W2,
or at any time thcrcalter, and will apply the
proceeas 01 sncn sate, nrsi 10 me ctrns anu ex-
1nscs 01 sncn saie, anu u inc cusis ana ui
lursements herein taxed at 121.00, to tbe pay
mem of 1120, attorney fees, and to the l ay
gether with interest thereon, at the rate of ten
per cent per annum from the 25th day of
Jlarch, ISo, and the overplus. It any there be.
pay over 10 ine saia ucienaanis, tmii risccns
and Albersuno l'lagcns or tbeir Iecal repre
sentatives, u. r. diiiUAur,
Sheriff, Douglas County, Oregon.
By D. K. Suaxekook, Deputy.
.Olvo mo a Call
$3.50 per Week
MEALS, 15c. BEDS, 15c.
THE DAVIS AMBLER MERRELL
MANUFACTURERS OP, AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
FIR AND CEDAR T.TTrVfRF,R. n
- - - sU.3E:5rI2r-
The Roseburg Laundry,
202 sxaln street, opp. Hotel Van Koutcit.
jpi RST"CLHSS A 1. 1. WORK GUARANTEED,
JtfORK . . .
r-i&ntK BKrAi Proprietors.
At Slcnsonulile I'rlccs.
DRINK THE CELEBRATED
Days of 49 Whisky.
For Sale at all First-Class Bars.
DeLaney & Meyer5
MANUFACTURERS OF i'
The Celebrated Eoseburg Beer,
ALE AND PORTER.
All Orders either at Home or Abroad, by Railroad
or otherwise, .Promptly Attended to.
MITCHELL LEWIS I STAYER GO.
A FULL LLVE OF
TNDTnE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JL Sutc o( Oresoo,forl)ausb3 County.
Sol Abrahaa, 1
L. C BirJi3ey. Tetcr Unme, I .,
E. II. ITcble, Martha IkSKr. I
and T. l:. Shcrivlan, Kx-
ccatrix ami Exccotor oi I be
ilate ol T. 1.. Jiojoross, us f
caKtl, tne Urcgon ana tail
fomla ;Lombcr Company,
Corporation, F. W, Hrown. S.
V. Condon, DUtrlct Attorney
(or IXniKla County and Ada
Dele n Jan U. j
State of Oregon,
H'hcra) the Plaintiff above named at tbe
n-iraiAT March tern. l&HS. of tbe Circuit Court.
of the State ot Oregon for iKiuslas county, to
wtt on the 3rd day of March, ISO, n-covercd
indisnent ualiul tnc above named deienoant,
L. C Heardsley. for the cra of fJTJ.7; with
interest thcrron from the Tth day of October,
1333. at tbe rate of 10 per cent pvr annoxiIor
flOXCO attorneys f-, lor plaintiff ccwti and
diitnnements taxed at H7S, rjid alto jedc-
meet and decree ot loreclorare asairul tec toi
lolns described mortad premises, to wit:
Lot number nineteen (131 in Brooks and ;Rdd
inz'a addition, the same being tbe IJrookjidc
Addition to the city of Kovjburs. in the
county ot Itangias, if late of On-run, according
tu the oSieial plat and inrvcy of said addition
ot record in the oSce of the County Llert of
Douglas county, Oregon, containing' mna pi
acres raoro or less, together with the tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances there
unto belonging or in anywiM appertaining.
Now, therefore, in the name ot the State of
Oregon, I will on Saturday, tho fourth day of
ilar, lsbs, at tbe hour of one o'clock in the
afternoon of raid day, at the Court House door
in Itoacburg, Pooglas county, Oregon, sell at
public auction for cash in hand, all the right,
title and interest which the said defendant, U
V. Beardiley had in or to the said described
real property on the Tth day of October, li33,
together with the tenements, hereditaments
and arronrtcnaeea thereunto belonging or in
any wise appertaining and apply the proceeds
arming from such sale tint, to the payment ot
the costs and expenses of inch sale. Second,
to the costs and disbursements incurred herein
br Plaintiff taxed nttlTJj. Third, to the pay
ment of 1100.00 attorney fees. Fourth, to the
navment of the sum of 1773.77 with Interest
thereon from the 7th day of October, 1333, al
the rate ol 10 per cent per annum, and inc
overplus, if any there be, pay over to the said
acienaant, l. l.. jjcarusiey or nis irgai rerr
tcnlativcs. C. F. CATHCAKT.
Sheriff, Douglas County, Oregon.
By D. K. SuaxBsoox, Iepnty.
Plows, Harrows, Wagons & Buggies
AND HARVESTING MACHINERY.
BEAN SPSAY PUHPS ARE THE BEST.
WAUKEGAN BARB WIRE.
HUNTER & HUME.
AT LlMni-.lt YARD
a I Kli 7PD sV I'onitry, fiui ana Game,
3 J DI 1 CKv , ii(jjfr In Season.
Driver Valley Notes.
Snow th3 2Slh.
We welcome the I'lain'ocalcr.
Smith Ujtiley o: Ilcs;bur was here on
bniioefB lat week.
Bob Hall made hit) regular trip to
Nonpariel'Sar.day. Wonder il we may
expect another wedding soon.
James Medley has returned from Hose
bars, where ho lai been attending
3Irs. W. N. Amoa wilj soon return to
ber home in Arizona.
Robert liall nnd Joe Jamas mada a
flying trip to Shoestring last week.
Rowland Cockeran haa purchased the
bicycle lormerly owned by Professor
Wright of Roseburg and now seems to bo
trying to break the mud record of tbe
R. P. Dear and family, Mrs. Thomas
and Uncle "Doc" Hall of Oakland were
the'guests of Geo. Hall Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Quant and daugh
ter, and Mrs. William Amo3 and child
ren were visiting T. J. Medley last Sun
day. One of the "Home Comfort" store
agents passed through Driver valley not
long since but did not succeed in swind
ling any of our wide-awake (armors.
We would say in conclusion that the
suggettion inado by our correspondent,
"Bumper," from English Settlement
that tbe bounty be withdrawn from dem
ocrats and placed on coyotes is a good
one and we hope will soon be executed
as they, (the democratx) are scarco here
Dr. Kirkpatrick and Dr. Paine of
Eugene were in tho city last Saturday.
They visited the Soldier's home and ex
pressed tbomsolves well pleased with tho
surroundings at tho home.
An iagreeabte razatlvo mwKxkto Toaia
luyjLrugKisnorBcm: 07 mail. rjOtWC
1X0 per package Rsnrplea free.
Tho Favorlto TOOTS CO'UiUS
For sale by M. F. Rapp. Druggist.
L Kotjaj.rrtepoitlan. lccisjtT0l rritor.
ixxmijsioTi to local part-
tin ozente Largest .
wawers of elosn. sSWK. Wlr Con
hsnJy.rellablefTi VC. 2leA?
tUK. UK Uwn and arci.
We vaot toq now.irhilo 1
the fruit tndaitnr is to
Important. Qrxxl chioco for
fldrsncmeot. Outfit and full par
TlfaUrs free. DROWN BKOS. CO.. nur-
rrrmen. rortisna, ore. nuscoaseu
rrl.iilc. 'me tills paper. EJ-)
what I sa?ed
k dealing wilS
G. W. KRUSE
406 JnckHou Bt
Ono Joor south I'.O.
Choice Teat, Coffees,
Tobaccos and Cigars.
And ovcry thing else in
the Grocery line,
Highest .TJarfeet I'ald for Country Produce.
Giro hlra o call and bo convinced.
Young man keep your eye peelod when
you buy candy for your girlj got it nt
Niece's. Tho ladies are judges of candy
and know n good thing whon thoy see it.
The City Meat Market,
And Dealer ia
PRIME BACON, HAMS, LARD,
AND FRESH .MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
Orders taken and Delivered Free
to any part of the City.
For a Few Days.
$1 50 :
. 2 00
. 2 00
mackintoshes at. Greatly Reduced Prices.
Lad ie's Dress Goods Reduced 25 per cent.
These goods havejall been received
j within the last month, and are the
Jk .ymoftk a.; x latest styles and not shelfworn
Don't delay this golden opportun
ity, and call on
The Boss Store-
Alexander & Stroag
32G and 32S Jackson St Bet. Oak and WuhTngtoa.
tX rn J T DLTTDirr? Larget3dBeft JUKJrtaenterer
VV JILL. F Al CiV brotiftht to Southern Oregon, and
S Large and Elegant Line of
We call the attention of our
friends to our beauti
ful stock of
t . j Easy Rockers
t Bed Room Sets
waaa a 2 Parlor and Dining Chairs
Rugs and Carpets
And all Household
Our 'Stock is
Unexcelled, by Any House
South of Portland.
.NO TROUBLE TO
ALEXANDER 5 STRONG hoS1
Our Stock Consists
than Hardware and Nails.
THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
Stoves and Shelf Hardware
IN SOUTHERN OREGON.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
consignment of Fishing Paraphernalia,
Croquet Sets and Sporting Goods, also an excellent
assortment of Pocket Knives, Razors, Etc. If
you are interested in nice goods, call and see us.
CHURCHILL, WOOLLEY & MKENZIE
WACEST8 FOR m
STUDEBAKER WAGONS and OLIVER PLOWS.
Prepare for it wisely. We offer
unusually good reasons' why you
should buy from us.
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-
,.ft els Sauces, etcSs also complete.
'" We carry the ?iargest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
C. W. PARKS & CO-, Grocers.
Mineral, Railroad. Aricultural.
H- G. POTTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1106 C. St., N. W. Washington, D. C.
tor many years in tlio (Suncrnl Land 0(11 cc.
Examiner ol Contests, Mineral w. Mineral v. s
Knilrond and Agricultural claim, nnd Lata
Chlel of tlio Mineral Dlvlttou.
1 Administrator's Notice to Cred
fpIIK undersigned having- been appointed by
tho County Court ol Douglas county. Ore
con, the administrator ol tho estate ol John
Nyberg, deceased, notice is hereby given to all
persons Interested, to present their claims
against said estate, with proper vouchers, duly
verified within six months from this date to
the undersigned administrator at Gardiner,
Douglas county, Oregon.
Dated at Koscburg, Oregon, this 13th day ol
March, IMS. D. W. HOLDKN,
Administrator ol the csfato ot John Nyberg,
Brown a Tustin,
Attorneys for Administrator
People with hnlr that is continually
fallint' out, or thoao that aro bald, am
slop tho falling, and get a good'Rrowth of
hair by using Hall's Hair ltci -ivcr.
If you have a piano that needs tuning
tb not givo it over to the first man that
comes along, but wait for M. O. Warner,
tho reliable and well known tuner,
whoso work iu this town for tho past
six years has given general satisfaction,
aud whoso prices aro reasonable.
J. Q. FLOOK CO.
or an sires anil styles.
I Wn,.oWanl,DoflrpMM. Turning and Fruit Boxes
Made to Order. .
5 Of capacities1 var ying from i to .35 .
horsepower affords the most con
I venient, economical and reliable
5 Pwer for all H ht service. One of
these may be seen running at this; '
office. Send for circulars.
- THE PELTOr WATER WHEEL C6.f I
I mi Main Street, San Francisco, CaT, !