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AUGUST 29, 1S95.
TUR MUNICIPAL ELECTION.
Tho mnttor of who shall couslituto
ihu city's government for the nest
onsninj;. year is iu tho IimhIs of tho
legal voters, aud it behooves them to
look well" to it, What is of most vital
importance is tho selection of men
for the various positions who are
best ailapted for the several places.
Tho fact that a man is a good man as
a citizen will not at all times be the
only sufficient qualification. Wa
want men for all tho places who have
special fitness for the place designed,
lie needs to be ouo who has a do?p
interest in Itbe city's wellfare, one
who has liberal views and comprehen
sive ideas of impartial justice and
the city's necessities: one who has
backbone enough to not bo swayed
from risrht measure bv factions: one
who will not be hoodwinked by prom
ises of personal interest, nor cajoled
by wealthy influences. In short,
men of good judgement and patriotic
entimonts, who have more interest
aud pride in the good name of the
city than in personal gain. There
being no pay attached -to the omce
of mayor or conncilmen, every citi
aten who may be cfcosen as a candi
date for those places, ought to serve
one term, even at a loss of time, for
the city's good.
11 is shown by an analysis of cen
sus figures, says tho Globe Demo
crat, that moro thau half tho men in
Iwonty-eight of tho forty-nino stales
aud territories are engaged in agri
culture, aud that farmiug is the
leading pursuit iu all of them ex
cept Now Hampshire, Massachusetts,
Uhode Island, Connecticut and New
Jersey, where manufactuiing and
mechanical arts take tho lead. There
aroii. the Toiled Sta'es t,C00,000
men engaged iu agriculture toiV-20,-000
in other forms of business.
The steady growth of this county is
sufficient proof that intelligent farm
EATING- AND EATERS.
In proportion to population, Oer
many raises nearly ten tunes as
many potatoes as tho Uuited" State.,
and finds them a profitable crop.
This country imports annually
2,000,W0 to 3,000,000 bushels ot po
tatoes a year more of them from
Oermauv thau from Ireland. Oro-
sron could raise euGiuih of the
tubers to wipe out this importation
She will some day, too, at the pres
ent rate of her increase in this
IT IS NOT GOOD FORM TO DO MORE
THAN TASTE AND SIP.
If Invttril to a Smnrt Dinner, IMno llcforo
You Co llmr Dinners nml llanqucls of
Knliuloiu Cos'! Aro Cot Uyi nml Served by
An American author nud musician
told a queer little story tho other day
that ran like this:
Went to tho onera; sat inn box
with two ladies and thrco men; social
loaders; very swell; felt out of place;
heard nothing hut talk and chatter;
misted all tho singing and music; after
the opera, supper at tho Waldorf ; ex
pected that, of course; went prepared
verv lumen; all theuamtiesot tno sea
son ou tho table, hut nobody ate; wino
in abundance, all drinking ; moro talk
aud gossip; wouldn't eat alone, m
stanetl; not polite to eat nowadays,
I'm told; proper to miuco along, taste
. ,, , . . ,,. -.. .
a morsel unci tan:; lion i uku ii; im
more fashionable suppers for mo!"
Another man, an habitual diner out,
I iuvariablv eat mv dinner at homo
before going out to dine. Nobody thinks
of eatiug at a public dinner nowadays.
It is tho height of ill breeding I At pri
vate dinners with ladies ho who eats
is voted a bore, lie must sip and tasto
aud talk; that's all that is expected of
him. If I didn't eat at homo 1 d starro
Perhaps something in recent years
has altered tho belief that the nearest
way to a man's heart is down his throat.
his is the Place
A full and complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
aud sold at very reasonable prices.
Wc have a very choice stock of
" canned goods, including both fruits
aud vegetables, to which wc 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.
. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.
Sidney Dell of Portlauil aud Ex
speaker T. T. Geer of Mariou county
aro having a tilt at the free silver
coinage question, lint the gods aro nMH to fml ,nejr Knests to put
unpropitions with new light to. their them in good hninor, to make their vis
i i. . ,i ;.,.,lLu. to urnF ivnriUl its agreeable. Everybody at tho table
uruii:uti.u iuiimi.i-. ... . . . i - -
11 1 , , , 1 1 . . . . . . . . . i
;cl,u n.,K- roenlt . ato ami ttraiis ami mi ni ..
Like Sancho 1'anza each is chargiug
npon n windmill.
Senator Brice of Ohio will run the
democratic nartv machine of that
state, or ho will fly tho track.
THE REASON WHY.
THINKING IN ENGLAND.
Are cheap goods a boon to tho pro
ducer In other words, is free trade
a blessing or a curse to a nation of
manufacturers T The qnestiou uas let the cat out ai Uk- Inc. The writer
been asked with some force by Mr. is eitlwr a Catholic in rt'isgitiw, or a
Blatchford. author of 'Merrie Eng- sycophant Protestant who wkht t
laud" a ireatleman of beautiful ideals curry favor with his aapMiMtances of
T a - l a
bat childishly imnracticable meth
Hotter diuuers thau those provided
today- Uie world never saw, but they aro
not eaten. ew i ork clmuers are snpe
rior in mauv respects to thox of any
other cit v in the world. The ieoplo have
moucv aud aro willing to pay for tho
best thf market affords, aud thero is no
doobt that tho New York market is un
snrnasMHl. There aro more relhiemeuts.
too. at an American entertainment tu:m
elsewhere, moro 'variety, bull it is well
Eu Puummulkk: In your Wednes- j to dine at your own table before going
davs naoer over the nom le imime oi I to tho licraxj of a iaMiiauatiio ineno. ai
im, afc.-il ! I tue uuier you arv minvuu i luuaiu
a . 1 . . .4 . I l.it V -- - -
prmwiw accurate . ... . r,vi, folk W to havo their mra
their atpiMtion for induical preter- Ly jparo th0 dinner when guests
meniT i ,voro oxnectwl. but nowailavs every
The writer then jwwl U comment jhuig is left to tho caterer. It is so
niton th iMtrioti-m ot Catholies. That mncli less trouble, you know. Why
NEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED.
MRS. Iff. BOYB,
DEALER IN CaOICE-
Books and Children's Toys.
A FULL LINE OF-
Fruits, Nula, French Candies, Confectionery
Canned Goods, Coffees, Teas, Ktc.
IHPORTKD KEI WEST C1GAKS5.
CHOICK 1SKANDS OF CIGARS'
tore, r "ctstle
We aro always in tho Lead, and mean to
I The Golden Harvest is upon us, and farm
ers are smiling because Woodward
Ioois to their interest.
m. JosEPHSON'SThe Davis.
New York Cash Store,
These are all Leather and Warranted.
At Reduced Prices.
Consult your parse and be sure and see
Woodward beiore baying.
W. G. WOODWARD
od?. Iu argning this question of
free trade Mr Blatchford has. bene
Seisl for his cause, pot his Arcadian
dreams behind him and has dealt
with this world of strife ami strogl6
us he finds it. Free trade half a cen
tury bro was" the panacea for all hu
man ills. Under free trade everybody
was to be happy, healthy, wealthy
and wise. To even now hint a word
against it is considered rank blas
phemy by the older shool of political
thinners. Bnt the young moo every
where are asking themselves if we
have not given the drug sufficient ex
periment; or, at all events, whether
tho surroundings have not changed
and the conditions altered to aa ex
tent sufficient to render a new treat
ment advisable. To-Day, English
THE GREAT DESTROY Ell.
The Wilson law is not a protective
law. It is not a free trfide law,
though it looks more toward free
trade Drincmles than any other. It
is not a revenue tariff law. It is
simply a nondescript, made up of
deals and compromises and open
bribery. Its protective features are
chiedy for the benefit of trusts
notably the sugar combine and tho
Standard OiL It b.35 not given
work to one single American toiler,
bnt has robbed thousands of them of
the employment they had. It has
not raised the standard of wages in a
sinL'Ie American industry, but has
i : i. .., Irinz industry.
It has nos opened a foreign market
for a barrel of American pork or a
bushel of wheat or a dollar's worth
of manufactured goods, but has de
stroyed a considerable portion of the
foreign markets already possessed by
Americans. It has not brought a
dollar of money into the conmry,
but has sent millions out. Buffalo
that sect. I'rtXe.-taJit .-ays : "otath-
olic nation, uo Protestant nation, nor
both combim!. can trait the .Ur and
stripes in the dust."' Very tree : tley
could not do so now. lUit history
teadK-s that H either Catholic or Trot
estantsahouM -At control ot tin- gov
ernment, relickms liberty, a we now
enjoy it. woaki a thin? ot the past.
All the writer at this has to say on the
subject, is: "Anv relieioas denomina
tion, be its name what it may, tliat
attacks the American iree inWk- school
system, can lay no jnst chum to pat
riotism. The mUitwte ot the Latlioiic
church upon the school ystesi i thi
coentrv, i- what has- arroosed a sreat
many of as pare jxUriot- a any
Catholic dare boast oi, to look upon
that sect aa inimical to American insti
rations and with scheming to get contrul
of the trove rumen t by and thronzh the
forms oi law ; for it is a fact eyond
successfnl ooatradktkMi. that the
Catholics hold more ottice? ami promi
nent Mentions in this government than
all others eoHibine.1, and tiiey mostly o(
foreign birth. Acuoos sieaSc louder
than words. The action of that church
is wholly responsible for the opposition
it ha aroused. AvniES TwrTAVi
Development in the South.
A few years ago there was hardly a
mill in the south. Today there are 500,
representing an invested capital of $103,
000,000, and the number is on the steady
increase. - Even conservative northern
manufactures have hud their eyes opened
to the advantage of manufacturing in the
south, and several of the largest New
England cou-paniea have moved to es
tablished mills there. It ia not too
much to sav that the south is destined to
become the seat of the coitoo mauufnetu-
The fact is that the
southern states hate untold wealth in
their natural re?ources coal, ores,
woods, soil, climate, etc. Their resources
have but to be known cud appreciated to
be developed, and have hut to be devel
oped to open an era of industrial activity
aud commercial prosperity far editing
what has already been attained.
Soeaking of the populist
ment, John J. Ingals of Kansas said: commission of experts
. , i r l ?i .i it. I the character of the la:
-oi wuouy ueinnci, out on us ueam
bed. It is afflicted with an incura
ble malady; its pulse lluttcrs; its res
piration is labored: its temperature
is low The undertaker i3 waiting.
JiARKlH IS WILLIS
John J. Ingals is willing to again
be sacrificed oil the altar of Liberty,
for tho good of tho dear people. Ho
wants to be seat to tho United States
Central Pacific Lands,
fbe Central Pacific Railroad Compauv
has decided to accept the proposition of
the California Jliuer's Association to set-
tic the dispute over the patenting o:
mineral lands by the appointment of a
to decide as to
the character of the lands. Icforo this
is done, however, the railroad insists
that all protests lwforc the land depart
ment shall le nithdraun by the inincre.
A. II. Kteketts, chairman of the com
mittee UKn the protection of public
lands, said that personally he uoul 1
never concent to any arrangement to dis
in iss tho nding protests until some sat
isfactory arraugement can be arrived at
regarding the disposition of the lauds
worry for days arranprin a dinner for a
dozen or two ot one s lricnos wnen u
can be better done by the caterer? We
have plenty of caterers. Somo have
prrown rich and proud on tno leasts and
banquets (riven by tho fashionable set.
When a millionaire wants to pivo a
dinner he ?cmls for his favorite, tolls
him the number e: gucst expected, ad
vances a few ideas cm tho pmeral stylo
of the entertainment, names the day
and Imjut. and says, "I leave everything
to you. " The menu is submitted, and,
if satisfactory, both as to price and dish
es, the preparation pees ou.
Tho entire dinner is urcpareu at tno
establishment of the caterer, after
which. 0:1 the dav appointed, it is care
fully pacied in hampers and boxes aud
conveved to tho house where it is to i
eaten. Host lirivate houses aro lined
with excellent ranged, and on them the
caterer's chefs do the cookinj:. PiMttve
Iv nothing is left to the homo cook.
The caterer takes entire charge of tho
kitchen. Heceuld not be responsible for
the dinner otherwise. Tho dmmR room
also is turned over to him, for the din
ner itself is scarcely more important
than the arrangement of tho tablo or tables.
Certain unwritten rules are followed
in thisrosrect. VThenthero are less thau
20 persons thev are nsually seated at
one largo table, rectangular or round;
but when that number is exceeded it is
the custom to use small tables, as they
ran letter served, six persons to a
table is the rale. The expansion of so
cietv in New York in the last 12 years
has V-cn very trreat, and the sizo of tho
private dinner lias increased enormously.
Tt tisrtl to be considered a bis thine to
have. 10 or 12 guests, but now it is com
moa enough to have from 0 to bu.
Wliero receptions a few years ago num
bered from 300 to 400 guests, they now
number from COO to 1,000.
The cost of a dinner depends ou tho
wines and flowers. An excellent dinner
can be served for, say, 20 persons at $10
a plate, tho flowera will cost about ?!
and tho wines from to ?io a neao.
At Sirs. Aster's famous ball, in the win
ter of 1&59-00, tho finest entertainment
she ever gave, the wines on tho supper
table were very select. Her fcteinoerger
Cabinet cost $13 a bottle.
Tho dinner to Charles O'Conor was
one of tho finest ever given in this city.
It was managed by Sam Ward and cost
over io0 a plate. Tho menus alono cost
0 aniece. Tho decorations were most
elaborate, tho tables being literally cov
ered with raro flowers. Thewincswcro
the costliest thnt could 1k had. Somo of
Pam Ward's priceless Madeira was
handed around. The guests numbered 50.
The dinner to President Andrew John
son on the occasion of his visit to Xow
York, in ISfiG, cost $100 a plate. Lcland
Stanford's dinner to Sirs. Grant, about
fivo years axo. caused a great deal of
talk all over the country. It was be
lieved that the 1 8 guests ato from plates
of cold and silver; that the tablecloth
was edxed with point dnehess lace;
that under each wineglass there was a
napkin of the same coMly fabric, and
under cadi finger bowl a Japaneso mat
that cost $50. and that tho terrapin
were served in individual silver tureens.
New York Press.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacilic Co.
Express trains leave PurtUnd daily.
5:25 a. x. I
Lv. - l'ortlaml - Ar.
Lv. - Koehurs - Lv.
Ar. - San Franeirco Lv.
S:10 a. M.
11:10 r. m.
6:00 r. m.
MANUPACTURERS OP, AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP
- Fill AND CEDAR LUMBER.
Above trains stop at Eaat Portland. Orecon
City, Woodburn, Salem, Turner, Marion. Jeffer
son, Albanv, Albany Junction, Tansent.
Shcilds, Halscy, llarrisbunr. Junction City,
irria?. tugene, uresiTcii, Drain, anu au siauons
from Coscburg to Ashland inclusive
ItocIur JIuII Daily.
A SQUARE DEAL-
JftC K OX.
5rJ0 r. m. I Ar.
- Portland - Ar. 4:Mr. x.
Koseburs - Lv. I SaO A. M.
Salem rassciiRcr Daily.
I 4:00 P. 31. 1 Lv.
6:15 1-. M. 1 Ar.
Ar. 1 10:15 A. 31.
Lv. j ?JO A. 31.
DIM.t: CAItS OTi OGDEX UOUXIi
I ' I 1 I 1 I ' I
Is what we trivc to every cus-
turner. -for wc believe the best
luhertisemeiit uussible is ;i cus
turner uleased with what we
have sold them, they will come
again and again, and their friends
will cunic too.
Wc arc not here for a day
or for a month.
We arc Here to Stay.
CENTRAL HOTEL ! pu""i81
$3.50 per Week.
MEALS, 15c. BEDS, 15c.
.Uive me a CaIL-
Attached to ail Throush Trains.
West Side Division.
lie ti ecu I'ortlimd and Coryalll.
Mail train daily (except Sunday).
The Roseburg Laundry,
79 A. X.
12:15 r. St.
5:40 r. X
zox Main Street, opp. Hotel Van Iloiiten.
11 RST-CLHSS 111 v'v 1
At Ic-n.Hoiinlle rrlccs.
At Albanr and Corvallis connect TTith trains
of Oregon Central fc Eastern railroad.
Express train daily (except Sunday).
4:4 P. M.
;Sa P. 31.
Ar. Ii A. x.
Lv. I SuOa.m.
FISHER & BRYAN, Proprietors.
JDIT'Cn . I'OUliry, I'isn nim uume,
. HI I fin IT) ,,H lu season.
The City Meat Market,
And Dealer in
PRIME BACON, HAMS, LARD,
AND FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
Orders takeu and Delivered Free
to any part oi the City.
Throusli Tickets to all Points In
the IIatcrn Mutes. Canada and
1:11 rope can be obtained at low
est rate from Ucorgc EMc, Agent
R. KOEHLEK. E. P. KOGEK3,
Manager. Ast. G. F. i rass. A gen
Alexander & trojig the mitghell, lewis & mm go.
A 1 V 4 1 1
a-.'O and o-26 Jiicksou St. Bet. Oak am! WasliiiiKton.
A FULL LINE OF
. r n t t t-n rr t f-n Ijirscst ami Ucst Assortment ever
y V A L- L. I A i I-1 1 brouRhl to Southern Ou-goii, and
A ljirge nud Kk-Rnul Liuu of
Wc cull the iiU'ention of our
friends to our beauti
ful stock of
Wo furui&b today a diagram hbow
iuz tho division liui-a of tbo four
wards into which the city lias been
divided by the now cbartor. Tho
blroots named extend to tho ontcJdo
boundaries of tho city limits each
way. Jackson street extending to
liiuito north Kiid boulh, whilo Oak
utrwjt extends from .Jackson to limits
Kit, and Lan htreet from .lackson
to limita west.
If 'Hecretary Kiucaid will now
oJituinato bis unconstilalionnl per
quisites with as nnspriring n band as
bo has trioil to do with .others, the
Boston Wool Market.
Tiie American Wool and Uuttou Itc
"The wool markets have bueen gen
erally juict during the just eck, and iu
some iiiBtancea inferior lota cf wool have
been taken at filiglit (XintcBbions, but on
detirable wools prices as a rule are very
6tcaily. There ia absolutely no ground
for any material revision of prices 111 any
department. The sales of tno week in
Boston amounted to l,7:J5,JO.) pounds
domestic and SS1.00J pounds foreign,
making a total of '-'.fdO.OOO pounds,
against a total of '1, f'3,"00 for the pres
ent week, and a total of i.'J79,000 pounds
for the corresponding week Inst year."
Knights of the Maccabees.
The Stale Commander writes us from
I ,M1tt Vf.li iu fullmva " Aflnr frvinir
,1'ijiisdealeu will gKe,?liiin wodit for other medicines for what seemed to boa
limnf inror tn rfifnfiintr to draw very obstinate cough 111 our two children
" . . ., , . ,. I we tried Dr. Kinu's New Discovery and
warrants lor oiners tvno no nnees at Ul(J cn(1 oI two ,lw8 thc cougi, entirely
nro not ontitlod to tho nay they left them. Wo will not bo without it
,.lt.imni ' ' hereafter, as our experience proves that
Sisned F. W. Stevens, State Com. Why
.Senator Ouav of Pennsylvania is "t S'vt! this great nicjlicino a tna , as il
- V f I iu irltirfltitAiil OMll I ri'l I f I 1 fill 1 t I mil It
nKttiu rnuuiuK tuw reijuum iui tJoi A. (j. Jiar8lcr8& Uo.'fl Drug Store. Keg
Author Well, professor, how do you
like my new play?
Critic Splendid! Womlerlul! o
realistic, especially tho burglars in it I
Even their dialogue is stolen. Musical
It May Do As Much For You.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, III., writes
that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for
many years, with sevcro pains in his
back and also that hio bladder was
allcctcd. He tried many so called Kid
ney cures but without any good result.
About a year ago ho began use ol iMcclric
Hitters and found relief at once. Llec-
tric Hitters is esecially adapted to euro
of all Kidney and Liver troubles and
often gives almost instant relief. One
tiial will prove our statement. Price
only 50c. for largo bottle. At A. C.
Marstcrs d Co.'s Drug Store.
In conversation a few days ago with a
gentleman who has excellent opportuni
tics for learning the facts by bis businosa
relations with those whose interest in
money affairs, places them in easy touch
with the money kings of Wall street, ho
said : "Tho sale of bonds within a short
time is inevitable. The syndicato has
knpt up the gold reserve as long ns it
will on tho contract with tho ndminis
traliou, and tho reserve is bound to drop
below tho amount required soon, and
Our Stock is
Unexcelled by Any House
South of Portland.
Bed Room Sets
Parlor and Dining Chairs
Rugs and Carpets
And all Household
t ALEXANDER fi STRONG nJWJSSSti&m $
Hosnnuno, omcooN. 2
NO TROUBLIi TO
nosebhrg Brewing Go.
Plows, Harrows, Wagons & Buggies
AND HARVESTING MACHINERY.
BEAN SPSAY PUflPS
FK031 TERMINAL OK lXTERIOli 1'OIXTB
Is the Line to Taie
To all Points East and South.
It Is the DLVIXG CAR KOCTE. It runs through
VESTlBULED TRAINS EVERY DAY
IX THE YEAR to
ST. PAUL and CHICAGO
(SO CHANGE OF CABS)
Composed cl Dining Cars Unsurpassed.
Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers,
Ot Latest Equipment,
TOUltlST SLEEPING CARS
Best that can be constructed anil in
which accommodations arc both FREE
and FURNISHED to holders of First or
Second-class Tickets, and
EL.EUAVr BAY COUCHES
ARE THE BEST.
WAUKEQAN BARB WIRE.
AT I.V3IIIKIC YAIIII
HUNTER & HUME.
A Continuous Line connecting with All Lines,
affording Direct and Uninterrupted Service.
I'ullmaa Sleeper reservations can be secured in
advance through any agent of the road.
Successor to O. V. NOAH.
TROTTING AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY,
KEI'AIKINU OF ALL KINDS VKOMITLY DONE.
HIiup ou Curucr Wnsliltijjton anrt Katie Sts., ltowcUitrK.
Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
All Work Warranted and Cheaper than
O-AJSL-AJSTD, - OREGON-
THROUGH TICKETS To and from all I'olnts in
America, England and Europe can be purrhased
at anr Ticket Office of this Company.
Full information eoncernlnsr rates, time ot
trains, routes and other details furnished on
application to any agent, or
A. U. C1IAICL.TOK,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
No. 121 First SL. cor. Washington.
Dr. Gibbon s
ul" corner of Com
mercial, San Francisco,
CaL. Established in
1S34, for the treatment
of Sexual and Seminal
Diseases, such as o-
Sunliillt In all lis
informs. Seminal Weak-
sSLost Manhood perma
nently cured. Tho sick and afflicted should not
fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled
extensively in Europe, and inspected thoroughly
thc various hospitals there, obtaining a great
deal of valuable information, vrhlch ho is com
petent to lmrart to those in need of his services.
The Doctor cures when others faiL Try him.
DR. GIBBON wiU mate no charge unless ne ef
fect a cure. Fersonsata distance uukuiai
HOME. AU communications strictly confiden-
iaL All letters answered In plain envelopes.
Charges reasonable. Call or write. Address
DR. J. F. GIBBON. Box 1S37. San Francisco. Cal
Mineral, Railroad. Aricultural.
Supply all parlies
Celebrated Lager Beer.
BOWEN & ESTABROOK,
Blacksmiths and Machinists
Stephen Street, between Oak and Cass,
aiaclilue Work a Specialty
H. G. POTTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HOC G St., N. AV. Washington, D. C.
For many years in the General Land Office.
Examiner of Contests. Mineral vs. Mineral vs
Railroad and Agricultural claims, and Lata
Chief of the Miners JDivislon.
tuuehino in that state.
I ular sizo 50c. and f 1.00.
the ealo of bonds is inevitable."