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lt)D XTKKT THURSDAY BY
THE PLAINDEALER PUBLISHING COMPANY
On Year payable in advance ...
Months, " '
OCTOBER 10. 1S05.
"Then? is a lido in llio atTairs of men
which if taken at tlio flood leads uu to
lot time." Let us hoo that the Hood
tide of p:wicrUy for Kotteburg hsa set
in, and that tho eople, now under the
administration of the nonly eleclexl olli
cials, will take advantage of that tido,
and so manage inumci-al n 'lairs that tho
advancement of tho interests of tho city
will be promoted aud the welfare of its
citizens fully secured. Tho battle has
been fought and won. Tho voters hayo
declared through the ballot box that cor
porate rule must give way to the general
wcllare, that no longer shall cor'-oraWon
influence, retard the city's growth in imp
utation aud wealth. Kojeburg is tho
commercial center of Southern Oregon,
and much depends upon the manage
nient oi municipal atTairs whether or no
sbo shall maintain that supremacy in
commercial life which her situation en
titles her to. Let the citizens be pre
pared to give the newly elected officials
every encouragement and support possi
ble in their official duties, and tho Hood
tidehat has sow set in will bear the
chip of onr municipality to the harbor of
peace, tranquility and prosperity to all.
Well done, citizens, on yesterday you
pronounced a righteous verdict, and it
now remains for the people to cheer
fully acquiesce in that verdict and help
to cairy out the intention of that verdict,
which was that the people shall role,
and not he subject to any corporate
The old hoard of trustees stood out
against a renewal of the contract with
the Water Company for several months,
although they offered to renew the con
tract for ten years and pay $1005 a year,
on condition that the company would
agree to give good service. This proposi
tion the company finally rejected after it
had verbally .agreed toil, and thus, by
rejecting the proposition of the city
board ,it threw the responsibility for
what followed upon the company.
Two more slabs of stone inscribed with
words and music have been found in the
treasury of tho Athenians at Delphi by
the French. By using some of tho frag
ments ifevioosly discovered, a second
hymn to Apollo, with its notes, has been
pat together. The date is after the con
quest of Greece by the Romans. The
Greets seemed to have used 21 notes in
their musical notations, where we use
onlr 12. .
The Spaniards in Cuba are esying verr
naughty things of the United States and
talk of parading their troops through
the streets of Xew York when they get
through with Cuba. They also want to
hang oar G rover. Well, we can spare
him, but not to Spain. We donate him
to England who will treat him much
What is the matter with the supreme
ooarl? Has it gone fishing or has it
gone to sleep. Doeglas county i paying
about a dollar a day waiting on its de
cision on the Brown murder ca.e, sent up
lor its ruling months ago. If the court
delays much longer Brown will die of old
age before bis case is paed npon.
Financially the state fair is a failure.
Hor&3 racing is loosing its drawing at
tractions. But so long as the state ap
propriates the needed funds the man
agers will doubtless continue to put out
"great attraction" posters in flaming
Twenty-five more battalions will won
be dispatched to Cuba to put down the
rebeJliou. It will take 125 battalions to
put down on side of it, if they don't
send better soldiers than those already
C. J. Smith's appointment as receiver
for the Oregon Improvement Company
has been confirmed.
Lecture and Entertainment.
Miss Millj Brouillette will give a free
temperance lectnre in the Presbyterian
church tonight, and a musical and elocu-
tifuary entertainment there tomorrow
night admission, 25 cents.
Itead what the press says:
3Iis Brouillette holds her andience
spell-bound whilo she recites. West
Miss Brouillette demonstrates to her
andience that she understands the art
of elocution and handles her subject with
great ability. Coquille Bulletin.
Miss Millie Brouillette, the charming
young elocutionist and caricaturist, gave
an entertainment in ibis city last night
10 a fscieci ana appreciative audience.
Her reeitalions are superbly rendered,
and the actrct-H holds the attention of
tier audience in drama, comedy or trag
edy with wonderfnl power. For her
youth the is very bright. Coquille City
Worthy Your Confidence.
Tho success of Hcod's Sarsapari'Ia in
conquering ecroffula in whatever way it
may manifest itself is vouched for by
thousands who were severely atllicted hy
this prevalent tliwae, hut who now re
joice over a permanent cure hy Hood's
barsapariiia. rrcroiuia may npjiear as a
humor, or it may attack the glaudts of tho
neck, or urcaic out 111 ureaiiiui running
sores on tho body or limbs. Attacking
the mucous membrane, it ,uay develoj
into catarrh or lodging in the lungs lead
to- consumption. Come as it mat-
faithful course of treatment with Hood'
Sarsaparilla will overcome it, for working
ukiii the foundation of all diseases, im
pure, blood, the Metetu is clarified and
yitalized, and vigor, strength and health
rewtored to the body.
Is Marriage a Failure?
No. If yon wish to marry, and will
send your addrcKS for application blank
and full particulars to
' Tjik Pacific Coiimaii'o.sin.Nd Aokn'cv,
Fnhscribe for the Pi.Aixnpu.Krt.
MURDER nOST FOUL.
Isaac Lchnhcrr Killed and Partly Cre
mated By Unknown Parties.
In yesterday 't issuo wo announced the
burning of Mr. Isaac licJinlierr'a lurn
with him in it, hut without pHitlailara
although it was slid posed then by our re
porter tlmt Mr. l.ehuherrhad Leeu foully
dealt willi aud ttiat the barn whs burned
to destroy tho Unly and prevent detec
tion t f tho tmintcier. Today wt get the
facts Wtyutid ilinptito that Lehnherr was
shot, the ball entering the left breast
cutting into one rib and ranging down
ward came out at tho back, killing him
almost instantly as his body lay on his
back with his right haud over tho
wound on tho breast. Ilia limits were
burned off leaving only tho trunk.
The coroner's jury after making all
possible inquiry concerning tho case
gave a verdict of murder by persons un
known. There are several theories ad
vanced by parlies cognisant ot tho cir
cumstances connected with the foul deed,
but wc refrain from comments upon
theories only. The facta as re
ported are that Mr. Lehnherr
had a ranch in company with Ale Smith
upon the East Urupqua about 5 miles
above Feel post office, where they had
a cabin in which Mr. Lehnherr lived,
mostly by himself. They had consid
erable stock on the range, and Iiad built
a barn in which they had several tons
of hav for winters use. On Monday
morning, October 7th, about 8 o'clock
Ed. Pompier left there with a load of
boards for Mr. Ferd Tipton's. Tuesday
about 12 m. Dave YanEtten called nt
the house to ee Mr. Lehnherr. He
found the door open, with all the
appearance of usual good order. The
dishes were washed and placed in order
upon the shelf, and the bed had been
made as usual, indicating that Mr. Lehn
herr had on the morning of that day
performed with his usual care and or
deriy arrangements his household duties.
Not rinding him in the house he went
to the barn supposing him to be there,
but looking toward the barn discovered
that it was bnrned down, "till suppos
ing Mr. Lehnherr was somewhere on
the premises be went by the burned
barn to a garden beyond. But he did
not find him there. He immediately
started for the posfoffice three miles be
low and reported his discovery of the
barn being burned and the absence of
Lehnherr. The returning party from
the postoffice at Peel, found his body
among the cinders, Tuesday evening.
The killing of Lehnherr and the burning
of the barn is supposed to have occurred
about noon Monday.
No clue has been found aa to who
committed the deed, nor jet a suspicion
as ta who it w'as. The names of the
witnesses before the coroner's jury are
E. Dompier, D. Yan Etlen and Monroe
Whitlow. The names of the jurors are
D. Sbambrook, William Bond, A. A.
Engles, La Fayette Eagles, Mr. Tolliday
and Ed. Snttle.
Farewell Surprise Party.
A goodly number of young folks of the
city, friends of Miss Gertrude'Benjamin,
gave her a surprise party as a farewell
greeting ere she left for Woodland, Call
fornia to remain a year, perbapt.
These yuang eople enjoyed them
selves hugely till 12 o'clock, in those in
nocent amutcments peculiar to their
time of life, except dancing, inters perced
with music. They bad a jolly good time
where j oath and beauty met for social
enjoyment with their friend, Miss Ger
trade, ere she bade them farewell for a
eason. Those wbo composed the party
Misses Blanche Autcnrielb, Dora Wil
ms. jJaude Hast, brace bmitti, ld
and Edna Hodson, Zoe Laugbary, Susie
Ollivant, Martha Sbambrook, Rosa
Josephson, Elva Wimberly and Gertrude
Benjamin. Messrs. S. Zlgler, Clyde
and Earl Gaddis, H. Laugbary, F. Gel.
wick, W. Happersett, W. McWilliams,
S. Joeephson, Cbas. Wharton, Geo. Day,
Mullen, II. Brand, N. Follerton and
THE PORTLAND HARKET.
Portland, Oct. 9. The following
prices were current in the produce mar
Flour $2.75 $2.85 per barrel.
Oats Good while are quoted weak at
1920c per bushel; gray, 18019c.
Hay Overstocked ; timothy, $S.508
per ton; cheat, 5J0$0; clover. Node-
rotatoes New Oregon 3540 per
Butter Firm; fancy creamery, 22)4
20c per pound; fancy dairy, lTJsQSOc;
fair to good, 1517Jc; common, 10(3
Onions New California, J8o $L00
Poultry Chickens, old, $33.25 per
dozen; young, $I.25(?2.50 per dozen;
ducks. $2.503; geese, $46; tur
keys, live, 10c per pound; dressed
Eggs Oregon, 20c per dor.en.
Cheese Oregon, full cream, 8 ($ 9c
per pound; half cream, 5(3 7c; skim, 4
Oregon vegetables Cabbage, 1 JQl.c
per pound; radishes, 10c per dozen
bundles; green onions, 10c per dozen
Oregon wax beans, 2a3ac; cucumber,
75ca$l per box; cauliflower, $1 per t'oz,
Fresh fruit Apples, 00675c per box
grapes C5f?$l per box; prunes, 2540c
Berries Blackberries, 4c peronnd
Wool Yalley, 10ffllc, according
quality; Eastern Oregon, 7Q9C.
Provisions Oregon : Smoked hams.
IIJ2C per pound.
TUB 1AT MAIIKKT.
Hogs Grow;, choice heavy, $3.50
3.75; light and feeders, $3.25(33.50
dressed, 4J3'c tier pound.
Yeal Gross, small, 5(?0c; large,
4c per pound.
Beef Groes, lop steers, $2.50(3; fair
to good BtcerB, $2.50(32.00; cows, $2.25
$2.50; dressed beef, CtJ,yn.
MutUm Grows, best sheep, wethers
$l.752; ewee, $1.75; dreesed mut
For Sale Cheap.
One Story A- Clark organ in elegant
walnut case. One solid oak bed room
suite of throe pieces. One 8-foot hard
wood extension table. Call at M. E
Grain tags and twine for sale by Sol
Abraham, and the highest market prico
in cash will 1ms paid by him for grain
1I0I wired nt bin wnreliotifln nt Ronohnrg.
Of the amount of money and warrants received for taxes and money paid to tho
County Treasurer hv tho Shoriff of Douglas County, Oregon, for the six months
ending on tho SOth day of September, A. D. 1895.
Tit nmniintt rrtvinl rftiriiia
the niontit of.
11 coin and currency f5,443 23
In county warrants 2,274 79
Special echool 45140
City 201 30
1891 delinquent tax
1693 delinquent tax
Total received $8,405 22
Hy amount jxii'd Treaturer
during the viontht of.
To County Trensurer-
Total paid to Treasurer
STATE OF OREGON, )
County ot Douglas.)
I. C. F. Cathcart. Sheriff of said Countv. do nerehv certify that the foreiroinc
statement is correct and true.
Witness mv hand this 2nd dav of Octoler, A. D. 1895.
C. F. CATHCART, Sheriff.
Ot the Treasurer of Douglas County, Oregon, for tho six months ending on the 30tb
day of September, 1895, of money received and paid out, from whom received and
from what source, and on what account
between March 31st, 1S95, and October 1st,
To balance on hand per last report
TO amounts receiteit Irom Sheriff, to-wit:
For taxes o! 1894
" delinquent Uses of 1S94
' delinquent taxes of 1S91
" delinquent taxes of 1S93
To amount received from clerk, to-wit:
" redemption from tax sales
" liquor license
" peddlers license
" forfeited bond
' rebate from Curry county
To amounts received from all other sources,
For road appropriation from state 934 54
" fines turned in by justices 40 00
" potatoes sold off poor farm 100
" pigs sold off poor farm C 50
" v beat sold off poor farm 20 40
" peaches sold off poor farm 57 GO
" office rent A. M. Crawford 75 00
" office rent W. F. Briggs 34 00
" office rent W. J. Bennett 8 00
cash from estate of A. J. Tucker 72 04
By amount returned to bond fund
amount paid out on state taxes
amount paid out on county warrants,
amouot paid out on county warrants,
amount transferred to school fund
amount transferred to indigent fund
amount transferred to road fund
Balance on hand.
To balance on hand per last report
amount transferred from general fund
amount receited from state
interest from Margaret Durland achool
By amounts paiioulou school warrants issued by School Sopt
Balance on hand
INDIGENT SOLDIERS t'CND.
To balance on band per last report
amount translerreil Irom general Innu.
By amount paid out on warrants ieeued by
Balance on hand
To balance on hand per last report
amount received from the Mate
By amount paid oil on warrants iruued hy
Kalaoce on hand
To amount on band per last report
amount received from the School Superintendent
permit and certiGcite fees
By amount paid out for the expense of institute on an order
itsued by County Clerk
Balance on band 152 95
Special (ax On hand Rec'd from Total Paid to Balance
of school per Sheriff since amount Dtsts since on
Districts. last report, last repoit. received. last report. hand.
Number 1 $7 05 $647 25 $654 30 $653 85 $ 45
4 23 45 2,992 00 3,020 45 2,979 00 41 45
5 14 14 14
11 6 95 109 00 115 95 114 45 1 50
19 2 00 166 25 16S 25 60 00 103 25
" 21 SO 76 60 77 40 40 00 37 40
22 59 02 1,375 40 1,434 42 1,215 61 183 81
34 5 70 232 20 237 90 17S 57 59 33
37 80 70 SO 70 20 20 54 50
" 52 1 75 53 90 60 65 54 80 5 85
65 145 30 145 30 145 30
" 65 6 25 50 50 56 75 50 75
89 20 40 26 40 26 40
92 4 30 12 60 16 90 10 90
93 2 15 29 90 32 05 32 05
94 35 84 35 84 70 84 70
' " 98 158 95 158 95 153 95
90 5 20 5 20 5 20
Totals $270 21 $6,100 20 $6,376 41 $5,728 23 $648 18
Itoeeburg ... 72 45 2,640 70 2,713 15 2,683 35 29 SO
Drain 7 90 7 90 7 90
Totals $S0 35 $2,640 70 $2,721 05 $2,691 25 $29 80
STATE OF OREGON.
County of Douglas.)
I. Wm. A. Prater, do hereby certify
the amounts received, paid out and remaining on hand in tho County Treasury of
lxiuzias uounty, uregon, lor me six montns ending .Hjptetnijcr 'tuih, A. D. ln'.M.
1 I 11 1 1 I ft , r inur
n iiness my naim .im uay 01 ucioucr
I notice a communication from Olalla
in your paper of this week signed Allen,
containing a statement regarding the old
J. J. McCulloch place. Now, in justice
to myself and the party who acted at the
time in behalf of the (chool land com
missioners, will say that Mr. Allen, as
utual, made a mistatement regarding the
valuo of the land at the time the loan
was made. The land was duly appraised
at over double the amount of tho loan,
besides a few years before it was ap
praised at $2500 by mon of sound judg
ment. The loan on the same only being
$750. W. R. Wklls.
On Thursday evening, October 17th,
at the Baptist church. Miss Catherine
Coggswell and Lischen Maude Miller
will give a literary and dramatic enter
tainment under the auspices of the TV.
C. T. U. of this city. The Eugene and
other valley papers speak very highly of
these ladies, and no doubt they will bo
greeted here hy a largo audience. Tho
entertainment will consist of Shakes
pearean readings, in costume, and an
original sketch, full of local touches,
written and nrranged hy Mrs. Miller.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Forty Yriri the Standard.
Slay. June, July.
$21,12007 $5,921 37
$03,075 30 $23,490 73 $25 00 $0,341 22
May. June. July. dept.
jtl3,975 30 $23,490 73 $25 00 $0,341
paid out. Said statement covers the dates
principal 52,465 85
interest 10,402 52
County Clerk .
that the foresoinc is a true statement of
s. u. low).
WM. A. FRATER,
A 1 cording to an estimate printed in 1
Ronton paper, tho profits of Wanamak
er'H Philadelphia store reached $4,000,
000 last ysar.
Itofce and Daughter
He CaiVt Live
Bald ray friends and neighbor!. I had Bjr
ptptla is yean: plmlcUns and chani 01
cllmat Id not help me. Qut Beod'a Bampa-
.I,. JIJ . I K
than all the doctoring. I UjTwS
jLcannowM-sieepanu v im jmtAjau
and work. Mrdaur'itcr fmrwW
alio had dlitren and rhiumatlim. Hood's Sar
sacarllla made her itout. well and healthy. B
F. 0. ItoxB, Falrrlew, Kansas.
Hood's Pills are purely vtietahl, and d
not puree, pain or gripe. Sold hy alt drug slits.
S. F. O.
Of Douglas County, State of Oregon, for tho
Outstanding warrants April 1, 1895.
Paid for roads and bridges
Paupers 1,597 10
Circuit Court account 4,480 15
Stationery and printing 561 30
Court house nnd jail '. 7(0 40
Clerk nnd deputies 2,24J 90
Sheriff nnd Deputies 2,507 00
Justice courts 1,179 30
School superintendent nnd examinations ,789 10
County Judgo (XX) 00
Commissioners 222 00
District attorney 420 00
Iiipano 18 25
Coroner 39 50
Treasurer 501 10
Assessor nnd deputies .- 2,424 35
Stock inspector 0 00
County physician 37 50
Error in warrant 0 30
Transferred to lionil fund 700 00
State tax 11,129 50
.Interest on warrants 10,402 52
Transferred to school fund 17,094 24
Transferred to soldiers fund .
Transferred to road fund
Accrued interest on outstanding warrants...
Cash on hand April 1st, 1895
Received from Delinquent tax, 1891
Delinquent tax, 1893,
Tax of 1S94
Delinquent tlx of 1891
Fines in circuit court
Redemption from tax sides
Rebate from Curry County
For road appropriation
Fines in justico courts
Produce from poor farm
Rent of offices
Estate A. J. Tucker
Due from tax sales
Taxes for 1894
Outstanding warrants October 1st, iS95 140,851 S9
Accrued interest on warrants 25 828 85
Due from tax sales 2,358 64
Tax of 1S94 15,268 95
Cash on hand October 1, 1S95 4,052 27
Actual county debt as above
STATE OF OREGON, )
County of Douglas.) e3
I. F. W. Benson. Countv Clerk of Douglas Countv. State of Oregon, hereby
certifv that the-foregoing is a true exhibit
. . t - . 1
Jounty, uregon, lor me six raonuis entimg
Witness mv hand and official seal this
cheerful spirits and the ability to .fully
.enjoy life, come only with a healthy
body ana mind. The young
man who suffers from nerv
ous debility. Impaired mem
ory, low spirits, irrita
ble temper, and the
thousand and one de
rangements of mind
and body that
result from, un
ous habits usual
ly contracted In
itated to thor
life. -He leefj
and drowsy ; his
and does not re
fresh him as it
should; the will power is weakened,
morbid fears haunt him and may result
in conhrmed hypochondria, or melan
cholia and, finally, in softinf of the brain,
epilepsy, ("fits"), paralysis, locomotor
ataxia and even in dread insanity.
To reach, re-claim and restore such
unfortunates to health and happiness, is
the aim of the publishers of a book of
116 pages, written in plain but chaste
language, on the nature, symptoms and
curability, by home-treatment, of such
diseases. This book will be sent scaled,
in plain envelope, on receipt of this no
tice with ten cents in stamps for post
age. Address, World's Dispensary Med
ical Association, Hutlnlo, .
For more than a ouarter of a century
physicians connected with this widely
celebrated Institution have made the
treatment of the diseases above hinted at
their soecialtv. Thousands have con
sulted tnem by letter and received advice
and medicines which nave resulted in
Sufferers from premature old age, or
loss of power, will find much of interest
in the book above mentioned.
The Finishing; Touch.
In putting the finishing
touch to your toilet do you al
ways see that your shoes are
in keeping with the rest of
your makeup? The shoes
may be better than the other
garments and still be appro
priate, but if they arc not up
to the raiment in style and
quality the effect is unpleas
Mrs. Grace Osburn's
fine line of Shoes stand on
their merits, is infinite in va
riety, excellent m quality,
and moderate in price.
Vromptly secured. Trade-Marks. Copyrights
and Labels registered. Twenty-five years ex
perience. We report whether patent can bo
seen red or not, free of charge. Our f eo not rtno
until patent la allowed. 34pafre Hook Free.
M. B, WiLLSON A CO., ittormy. st l,
OVp-H.l'at.umco. WASHINGTON! D.O.
six months ending September, 30th,
of the financial condition of Douglas
l' 1 1 oa.i. icn:
cepieiuuer oowi, iow.
1st day of October A. D. 1895.
F. W. BENSON,
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Diego
Cal., savs: "Shilch's Catarrh Remedy
ia the first medicine I have ever found
that would do me any good." Prico 50c.
TN TIIK CIRCUIT COCRT OF THK STATE
- of OrrguD, for the county ot Douglas.
W K.Swcntie!. Plaintiff,
Waller M. Wheeler: The Lom
bard Investment Co., a cor-
poration: The Portland Trut
Company, a corporation,
and Douglas county, Ore
To Walter M. Wheeler, one of the above
Id llwiwacot the Slate of-Oreson you are
hereby require! tu a-iMiuihi ttnsnrvr the com ,
plaint of the above named plaintiff in the
above entitled Court, now on tile with the
Clerk of said Court, by the firt day of the next
rwrttlsr t.fm nf thf. alviv' cmtltlml ( m r t In h..
held at the city of Iloebunr, Duu-:Ias county. I
Oregon, on Monday, the hecond day of Decem
ber, 1.93, and you arc hereby notified that if I
you fall to appear and answer raid complaint,!
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the re-1
lief demanded therein, towit: A decree asaint
Walter M. Wheeler. Ilrt. for the sum of I.37.CO
with Interest thereon from February '23, 1S. at
the rale of s per cent per annum, that being!
the sum and amount of taxc paid by thl plain-1
tiff on the hereinafter described premises for!
the year 1V.U and 13I. and the rum of I7W.C0,
reasonable attorney s fees for the intitutitiz I
and prosecuting of this suit, with Interest all
the rate of s per cent per annum on said last t
named um Irom the date ot the decree en-1
tered herein, second, for the sum of JmW.WV
with interest thereon from the 1st day of
March. 1-JI. at the rate of per cent per an
num, and the further sum of f.VH.00. together
with inleret thrreon at the rate ot b per cent
per annum from the 1st day of March, and
the costs and disbursements ot this suit to be
taxeil; and for a decree forecliwinc the niort-
garc described in said complaint and ordering
tne Mic 01 me real property mentioned ana
described in said mortgage and complaint, and
described as follows, to wit
ine northeast quarter ami trie soutn nan 01
section fourteen (11): all of section tnenty-
three (23); the north half of socUon twenty
four fit) and all that part of the south half of
section twenty-four (St) particularly descrllcd
follows, to-wlt Cominencin;: at a point
sixteen (16) chains south of the northeast cor
ner ot the southeast quarter of raid section
twenty-four (-0, running thence in a south
westerly direction to a point four (4) chains
north of the southwest corner of section twenty
four (21), thence north thirty-six (361 chains;
thence east eighty (i-0) chains: thence south six.
teen (16) chains to the place of beginning; all of
said land being situated In township twenty-
fonr (21) south of range live (o) west ot the 111
amelle meridian, cont&inin? in all sixteen hun
dred and forty acres, more or less, according to
government survey. That the proceeds arising
irom sain sale be appuoi, tirsi. 10 ine payment
of the costs and charges ot making said sale, and
tne costs ana disbursements 01 tnts suit to De
taxed, and of r(M.oo attorncy.s fees with inter
est on said attorney's fee at S per cent, per an
num irom tne unte ot tne uecree, anu tne fur
ther sum of t237.(U taxes paid out n aforesaid:
second.to the payment to thepIaintitTof fo.txO.O)
with interest ihcreon at the rate of S per cent.
per annum from March lst.lSM, until paid, and
the further sum of foOUX) together with interest
thereon at the rate of S per cent, tier annum
from the 1st day of March, 1$H, until paid, all in
I. & cold coin, and the overplus if anr. to the
defendant Walter M. Whcc lcr or his assigns;
and that the defendants, and each of them, be
forever barred and foreclosed of all right, title,
interest, equity of redemption and right of
dower, of, in and to said real property, and each
and every part thereof, and In case the proceeds
arising from said sale be not sufficient to pay
the claims of plaintiff, then that plaintiff hae
Judgment against the defendant Walter M.
Wheeler for such deficiency and for such other
relief as tothe Court may K'cni just and equita
ble. This summons is published In the Pl.iis
DCALKrt for six consecutive weeks by order of
Hon. J. C. Fullerton, judge of the Circuit Court
of the 2nd judicial district of Oregon, made at
chamlier, in the city of Roseburg, on the fourth
day of October, IsUj.
GEO. W. WRIGHT and
olOtT Attorneys for Plaintiff.
.DO YOU REALIZE THAT THE
If you are in a position
To do Business
Let the People Know it.
The little Special Notice aud the regular Business Ad
y "Make the Mighty Merchant and his Patrons Glad,
The Plaindealer is read
.Advertise in it. It will Pay.
-XgV.WHEN YOU WANT GOOD JOB PRINTING DONE. AND YOU SOMETIMES DO. YOU
l A scientific
arrt Snrp Fves It
Sold by A. C. Marters & Co.
The Lamest and Most Complete Display ever made oS the Resources, Industries, Commerce,
Business, Agriculture, Forests, Mines, Fruit, Fisheries, Manufactures, and Transportation
Facilities of the Great Pacific Northwest.
Fine Music, Special Attractions Every Day. Reduced
Rates on all Transportation Lines.
Single Admission. 35c
Children Under 12 Years 10c
Season Tickets $J.oo
E. C. MASTE.N, Secretarj.
by dealing will)
G. W. KRUSE
406 Jackson St.,
One door south P.O.
Choice Teas, Coffees,
Tobaccos and Cigars.
And every thing else in
the Grocery line.
Highest Jlarkct Paid for Country Produce.
Give him a call and be convinced.
K-1 IM V Aft 9
ffcil SO.TC ffA-C A S C IT WILL NOT CU8E, f
An ajTCoablfl laxath-e andKntvr Toxic.
Sold by Druggists or sent by raail. SS&.S0C
tad jUO per package. Eoiapla tree.
Clft JHf .TheFav-orita TCM3
ilWforthe Teeth andBreath, -3c
For sale by M. F. Rapp. Druggist.
NTL teSMTS .a-Llte.??:
AllT,tulp iIvmiaI ha. hi. o.. !
count in the County Court of Douglas county
Oregon, as administrator of said estate, that
said Court has fixed Monday, the tth dav of
November. ltJ5. at 10 o'clock a. m., for hearing
objections to said account and the settlement
of the same. By onlcr Hon. A. F. Stearns,
Judge of Douelas county, Oregon, made Sep
tember 10th. I9X.
Dated at Itosebunr. Or., September 10th, 1S05.
G. W. KIMBALL, Administrator.
This old reliable and I ,,. .
the most successful f ..... , TTj
Specialist in San Fran- I " 1 o clock p. m, of said day, at the Court
Cisco, still continues to I bouse door in Roseburg, Douglas county. Ore
cure all Sexual and 1 ST011- el1 at public auction to the highest bid
fcmlnal Diseases, such!le.r' Iol CV? .lJi.h&a u the ri8ht, title and
as Gonnorrhcra, Gleet, ' Jj whl above-named- defendant E.
Mtiaure, oyphillis tn
all its formi, Skin Di- I
.eases, Nervous Debil- '
Ity. Impotcncy. Semi- .
nal Weakness and Loss
sSoi rianhood, the conse-
?uencc of self abuse and excesses producing the
ollowing symptoms; sallow countenance, dark
spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing
in the ears, loss of confidence, diffidence in ap
proaching strangers, palpetation ot the heart,
weakness of the limbs and back, loss of memory,
pimples on the face, coughs, consumption, etc.
DR. GIBBON has practiced in San Francisco
over thirty years and those troubled should not
fail to consult him and receive the benefit of
his great skill and experience. The doctor
cures when others fall. Try him. Cures guar
anteed, rcreons cured at home. Charges
reasonable. Call or write.
Dr. J. F. Gibbon, 635 Kearney treet, San
rioney to Loan
Ia sums of $1000 to $5000 on well im
proved farms. D. S. K. Buick.
MISSION OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS TO
OUT OF TOWN .
FOR SOMETHING FOREIGN 1
the eager Public gathering in throngs
Iyeave their Business Orders where the Trade belongs
BEST JOB PRINTING
AT LOWEST RATES.
W. L. Douglas
CUAC 13 THE BEST,
tail OflWt HTTOR AKING.
- BROCKTOKMaIS. -
Over One Million People wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
AH our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the best value for the money.
They equal custom shoes In style and lit.
I n-ir weannE quail Lies arc umuivaaKu.
The prices ore uniform, stamptd on sole.
From $1 to S3 saved over other makes.
( If your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
1 dealers everywhere. Wanted, agent
to take exclusive sale for this vicinity.
Write at once.
State NoMial cjjool
New hiiildlncs. Normal.
.nuluniic-, Business, Music
ami Art courses. Kcview
clucs. 'tilled teachers are
minted. State diplomas good
in any county. Life diplomas
without further examination
after 43 months experience
In teaching. Board nt Hall
$1.75: lodBinsSO ct., student
lurnlshing bcdclothln-r and
lamp. Family board to. Tui
tion $023. Board, .kHstn?.
tnition nnd books per year
J123. Ashland can not be ex
celled in the state for fine
winters, pure water, health,
and good society.
First Term Opens Sept. a
For manual or special in
W. T. VflH SCOY, Pres.
OPENS - - -
For Exhibit Space Apply at the Exposition
C. 1 1. HUNT, Superintendent.
TN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
-t of Oregon, for Douglas County.
In the matter of the estate of Henry S. 31an.li,
To Henry L- Marsh, Ethel Marsh, Martha J.
Jones, Mary E. Dcboy, Nora. Marsh, John It,
Marsh the heirs at law of said deceased and all
others interested, Greeting:
In the name of the State of Oregon, you are
hereby cited and required to appear in the
County Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Douglas, in the court room thereof,
at Roscburg, in the County of Douglas, on Mon
day, the 1th day of November. 1&35, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon ot that day, then and there to
show cause if any there be why an order of this
court should not be made, directing the executor
of said estate to sell the remaining real property
of said estate, said real property being described
as follows, to-wit: The NEJi of the NW4 of
Section ul in Township -t South of .Range 5
West of Willamette Meridian, in Douglas
Tula Citation is founded upon the petition,
now on tile in this court, of J. S. Hunt the ex
ecutor of said estate.
Witness, the Hon. A. F.Stearns, Judge of the
County Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Doualax, with the Seal ot said Court
affixed this SOth dav of August A. D. IXT.
Attest: F. W. BENSON, Clerk.
I C. A. bEHLBCEDE, Atty. for Estate.
1 Notice of Sheriff's Sale of
i Real Property.
1 TV IHTI E OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
I -c out of the lircuit Court of the State of
Oregon (or Douglas County, in the action of
t'conria Young, plainliir, vs E. J- McLaughlin
I and Jennie Duncan, defendants, duly attested
on trie jth day of September, IftfS, issued upon
I a judgment recovered and duly entered in said
Court and cause in favor of the above named
I plalullffand against the above named defend
ants on the SOth day of March, 1SS3, for the sum
I of J1SS M damages and costs. I have levied
I upon all the right, title and interest of thede
I fendant, E. J. McLaughlin, of in anil to the
following described real property to wit:
The southwest 4 of the northwest '4, section
St. South "3 of section SI, Tp. 27 south, ranee o
west, containing 3G0 acres. South ?, of south-
cast section -1, ip.stsQutn, range owest.con
I tainmg N) acres, fractional northeast i. section
1 6 To. -S south, range 5 west, containing JS&2S
".n 1 P-
tion STi, Tp. 27 south, range 5 west, and west ,
of southwest T. section So. Tp. 27 sonth. range
Sweat, containing 1312 acres, that part of the
following doerjbed premises lyins south of the
half-mile line running through the center of
section S5, Tp. 27 south, range 5 west, begin
ning at the N. E. corner Donation Claim, No.
43, being 9J50 chains west of the corner to sec
tions 25, ffi. Si and 56, Tp. 27, range a west,
thence west 36.75 chains, thence south 70
chains, thence cast 36.75 chains, thence north
70 chains to the place of beginning, containing
about 100 acres more or less, all in Douglas
Now therefore, in the name of the State of
Oregon, I will on
Saturday, the X2tii rtn-v or octn.
- '.'.", w i iue aoovc ue-
f!1 re,al property on the SOth day of March.
1S9i xe ,la,e 831(1 judgment, or at any time
thereafter, orenpugh to satisfy thedemandof
. . "uimn pituuuu, nuu tun apply me
Sroceeils arising therefrom first to costs and
isbursements mf this sale; second to the pay
ment of plaintiff's demands aforesaid, and tho
overplus, if any there be. I will pav to the de-
lenaant nerein, or her legal representative.
uhicu mis .in aayoi September, 1S33.
C. K CATnr? kt
Sheriff of Douglas County, Oregon.
By D. R. Shaxbbook, Deputy Sheriff.
Notice is hereby given to all whom It may con-
pool precinct Deputy Inspector of Stock for said
precinct; potoSce address, Oakland; alao A. J.
Chapman of Wilbur, and Raich fimits .
i.siii un.iuHu.ppiimn ii. n. Btearngof Cala-
burg, to act during my absence, and others wil
be added as parties inspected make their desire
1 xnownto me.
1 Roseburg, May 4th, 1SS7.
I , ,0. THOS, SMITH,
I Ins rector of 8tock fir Songlaa eonstyOr.
INVITE YOUR PATRIDNAGE T
If you have anything
You want to Sell
Let the People Know it.
The sure road to success
Through the Printing Offic
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