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T IS PLAINDEALER
lUl,D KVKRV TltURSO.lT Y
THE PIAIHDEAIER PUBLISHING COMPANY
One Year payable in ail vancc ...
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JANUARY 10. 1895.
NOTABLE OBJECT LESSON.
Six years ago no tin-plate
in the United States. The Mckinley
act placed n duty on tin-plate that en
abled domestic manufacturers to start.
The first year of the duty the industry
gave a product of (5092 tons. Duriug
the year 1S9T, though the duty had been
partly withdrawn, it produced 86,518
tons. The foreign product, since re
duction of the duty, is pressing heavily
upon our domestfe manufacturers, but
they now have a start, and may lo able
to hold the position they have gained;
though probably there will not bo much
enlargement of plants or increase of
output till tetter protection ehall lw as
sured. When it was proposed to start the
manufacture of tin-plate in tire United
State, under a prolectiyo tariff", all free
traders ridiculed the idea. The orators
and newspapers of the democratic jart
spoke derisively of "political tin-plate,"
and declared in chorus that it was ridic
ulous to think of establishing the indus
try in the United States. We had no
tin, it wa3 said, and never could do iL
In vain it was abowu that tin-plate, so
called, was principally iron, that the tin
metal was no great matter, that we could
as easily import it as anything elso we
wanted, and certainly could quite as well
import the pig-tin for our factories as im
port the tin-plate after its manufacture.
With restoration of adequate protec
tive duties our manufacturers will soon
be able to command and 6upply the
whole home mnrfcet. which absorbs nearly
three-quirtcre of all the tin plate made
in the worlJ; and, when the factories
shall once lie established oud the market
assured to them, tin plate will liecome
cheaper than ever it has been, and our
own people will have the profits of the
There could be no Hronger contrast ol
the policies of the republican and ilemo-J
critic parties than that furnished by
comparison of the American tin-plate in
dustry, built up already by protection to
large proportions, in a time of universal
depression, with the American wool in
dustry, half ruined in the same time by
damocratic free trade. We are producing
an amount of tin plate, even under the
depression produced by democratic mis
government, that is no insignificant fac
tor in our market, and the industry helps
to employ car labor and to keep oar
MflQp?- y. Om iLouUw Umntl, q
are importing; wool and wuolcu
extent that virtually paralyzes both the
wool-growing and wool-mannfaclnring
industries of the United States.
EXTRA SESSION TALK.
As a theme for newspaper talk the
holding of an extra session furnishes 1
big latitude for comment pro and con
While there is cause for coring many ills
of previous legisla'ion there is no tood
reason 10 ueiicve mat tne present mem
bers ould be able to do any better now
than they did last winter when they
bad an opportunity.
Tl 1 '
j uuee clamoring loran extra (Ci6ion,
Having an ax to grind, perceive their
only Lope to attain their object is with
the old body; for they see band writing
on tne wall. olbin;; but a new deal
will satisfy the people. Their motto is
Uivecaa new deal, the old members
need not apply."
The next legislture will be requhred
to cut out the cancer eating at the vitals
of the state the state treasury. The
dissecting knife will be required to cut
deep into the appropriation bill and cut
down about 13)0,00) dollars from it.
unnng these hard times we can dis
pense with all appropriations not neces
sary for actual state expenses.
It tne last legislature piled a bniden
upon us by misappropriations, what as
surance have we that they would unload
it. IX those interested in an extra ses
sion will promise to cnt down the appro
priations of last session $200,000 and will
pledge themselves to do it, or in their
lauaro to do it, will guarantee, with a
good and sufficient undertaking, that the
state shall not have to pay the expenses
ol tho extra session, then, in that case,
we will say givo us an extra session.
ijui wo irceiye the cat in the meal
cnest. fcenator Bancroft of Portland is
the prime mover, and is urging an extra
session with the plausible pretext of re,
peal of the railroad commission apnro
prhtion, more for the interest of railroads
thin for tho dear people. For all tha
real good au extra session would bo tn
the state tho good would not pay for the
expense the gann would not be worth
The Monroe Doctrine.
Wll!lf IB tllA Mnn.nA T.
-- .yiiiw uutirioe; 11 13 a
policy of the United .States. It is not a
iaw, national or international. It is a
piCJge to all the new born republics
" tuis continent that no foreign
iwncrenaii meddle or interfere with the
self development of republicanism, and
anysudi interference will be regarded as
an unfriendly act by tbe United States.
The Monroe sentiment imports that the
new world shall be free from interfer
encc by the old world, that it shall be
allowed to follow its own destinies, and
to work out ilu own civilization ; thai it
shall not bo made the field or highway
of European war but shall I left with
out inolffclalioii ti dedicate itself to
peaceful industry and the improvement
of tho human raco. Tho Monroo doc
trine is na applicablo today ns it was in
la 1S12 British noa-tighting was sup
posed to bo far and an ay the the best in
the world; and Kncland had incompar
ably tho largest and most powerful navy
afloat. Yet the ehips of 11 young nation,
which was almost without experience in
naval warfare, seldom met British ves
sels of the sjime class without victory.
British soldiers wero supposed to bo tho
' steadiest in tho world. But the (lower of
Orleaus and fared liitlo better in Ftiuaio
tests around the Groat Lakes. A now
factor Lad appeared in the problems of
military and naval Ecienco. This factor
was the average superiority of tho indi
vidual in a free country. It was the
man behind the gun, the man at tho bal
iard, who won our brilliant victories in
the war of 1812. As history describes it,
our organization of war was bait. Our
Gnances were coufuscd. The American
individual saved the nation. His mental
quickness, his self reliance ami his ver
satility in the U80 ol at! implements uu-
ler all circumstances, rose surior to
ibe strength of enemies and tho draw
backs of organization.
The American man, all honor to him,
is the glory of our country. He is the
unit of our resources. With active
brain and dexterous liaud ho has con
quered every difficulty yet placed across
his path. Ho is not enervated by de
pendence or benumbed by class dis
tinctions. Kill every officer, and the
army will still be commanded by
competent men. Disarrange one
plan and another will bo ready. If
wo have not metal enough we can pro
duce speed; if we cannot whip the
enmy in his way wo will whip him in
oar way; if we have not Kittle ships we
can put out enough steam yachts, to
keep England busy until we get our
battleship. The American mau will
win, be the battle one of peace or war.
Without expecting miracles, we inayfal
ways expect magnificent results from
the labors of a nation whose every man
is accustomed to look upon himself as
capable of dealing with every emergency.
A statement prepared by the director
of the mint shows the coinage executed
at the United Stale's mints during llit
calendar year just closed to have been
as follows: Gold. 5,J,6ItJ,3j7; silver,
J5r5S8.010, minor coins, f332,45).
Total, fG0,0S4,79S, The monthly
statement of tho directors cf
the mint shows coinage executed at
the mints of the United .States during
December, 1S95, to have teen as fol
lows: Gold, f?,007; silver, $73,502;
minor coins, I10S.3S0.
Many of the farmers have had hard
luck this year in handling ho products.
The low price ot wheat and the fair price
of pork last year induced many to stock
cp with boss and eJ ibom whnt. Un-
t 1 .. ..... maritat-ri 1
itself and while wbet is in demand at
the best figure since 1S93, the price of
pork has gone to tho bottom. A well
posted farmer informs us that at present
prices for pork, farmer will not realue
over 25 cents per basb-1 for the grain
fed. Eugene Guard.
Banish women are ahead of any other
women on the face of llie globe in one
particular. They have ja-t announced
the opening of a womanV theater for tho
coming winter. The pl.ys are to be
written by women dramatists; every
character, even the mat" characters, to
be acted by women; 01 liestras, soloists,
chorus conductor, are lo bo exclusively
feminine. Margaret Tborton has com
pleted a play for the theater, and Fran
Emma Gad baa prepared a billet.
Modern banking facilities were illus
trated in the recent transaction in the
Bank of England, by which China paid
to Japan an indemnity of $2-1,500,000 in
gold. The coin would have loaded
thirty-five wagons with a ton each, but
the handling of one piece of paper suf
ficed to transfer the money from China's
account to the credit of Japan, tho
whole proceeding occupying but a few
It can be demonstrated that tho patri
otic citizen who received only (2 for his
vote in 1892 lost money on tho deal.
Grayer has already bonded every man,
woman and cliild of tho nation to the ex
tent of $4 each, and he still baa thirteen
months in which to operate. Fresno
Even the possibility of war is an aw
ful thing, for it has driven into patri
otic versification several British persons
who are in nowise eligible to woo the
muse. When it is stated that one of
them has made Venezuela rhvme with
influenza no more need be said. Tel
egram. A Connecticut man has issued a cal
endar almanac covering a period of (i?,
713,250 years. It will be useful to Dein
ocrats who arc looking forward to the
time when their party will get another
chance to run the country. Globe Dem
ocrat. Bob Ingersoll has been invited by tho
Militant church of Chicago to preach a
sermon or two thero. The invitation" is
pot forth to test the efficacy of tho
prayers, offered by tho thousand, for tho
conversion of the noted infidel.
Postmaster Protzman of Portland is in
danger. His head is abont to go into
innocuous desuetude. He does not suit
the bosses and hence there
is an un-
Tfio Boera fight for their soil and tho
CubaiiM for independence, but llm Arme-
iiaiis are struggling for life itself, nirainst
tho massaces of tho Turk.
AS TO AN EXTRA SESSION.
It is said, in connection with tho extra-session
talk now indulged to a con
siderable extent in Salem, that a gen
eral distrust in tho Inst legislature is '
expressed. In looking over tho record
mado by this body at ita regular session '
ouo year ago, ono cannot wonder at this
feeling. Still, it may bo well to remem
ber that conditions leading at that time
to venality, jobbery and corruption havo
largely disappeared. There will be 110
senatorial contest to absorb tho interest
and whet the jwlitical wits of partisans ;
Portland bridge and ferry deals and
steals havo leon signed, sealed and de
livered ; tho mayor and common council
of this city have but a few months
longer to serve, nnd n revision of tho
charter abolishing or reducing their sal
aries to a reasonable business estimato
could not affect them, and all along the
lino taxpayers are confronting tho tax
evtcrs with a demand for retrenchment
that their representatives, called to
gether in special session, could scarcely
ignore in tho immediate presence of a
Upon tho general estimate of human
iuiiiuc, in conjunction wun 1110 desire
to hold ollico and to attain tho dignity
of a lawmaker, it is safe to assume that
nine-tenths of tho present legislators
of tho stato cherish at least a secret
desia- for re election or obtainment of
some ollico. It may also bo said that
tho one chance for the realization of this
desire, in ;t large majority of cases, lies
in an opportunity for these men to re
deem themselves to their constituents
through an extra session. Exery tax
payer in the stato is groaning under the
burden imposed by the extravagance of
the last regular session. A special ses
sion would furnish opportunity for the
expression of sober second thought in
the interest of retrenchment, the effect
of which would tnj felt in next year's tax
There is much ttasor. to believe that
the members el tins leuislatute, who at
the regular hi-snion so bitterly disap
pointed thoir constituents br refusing to
reduce tho financial bnrdeus under uliich
the latter etc daggering, woold up
to the capital, at the 1 nil of the governor
for a ;j-ul region, bearing fruits mett
for repenterco, in an lioucst determina
tion to tuiag llie expenses of the givcrt.-
ment, state, cotiuty ami municipal, with
in reasonable limits. If upon win! this
belief should prove to bo without foumt.-v
ttou in fact, the eXeriiuont would gi ni
pt if v matters for voters who will le
called upsn iu June to chooso men to
represent their interests iu tho lawmak
ing lody at .Salem next year, since in
that event it is safe to say that such cf
the pro-tent tucuuibetits uk did not rise to
tbe opportunity afforded to redeem them
selves need not apply f r a continuation
of their lease cf legislative power.
It may bo said, therefore, that a re
view of the situation and its contingent
probabilities fails to discloeo any reason
for apprehension on tho score of con
tinued or multiplied abuse of tho leisl-
iy tiinctioti tlirot:?h mi frtrn c.in
while the possibilities of relief that it
preaonts are. to say the least, invitinz to
the harried taxpayer. It is, in fact, the
most propitious time that could be fe
lected for obtaiumenl of the reforms that
tho people demand. Orcconiau.
I'or Over X-lfty VearH.
As ota xyt Wax-TmcD Uehikv Mr
niii?:o'i Miotnin; siu hiu txt-n uol for
oterii.'tT yean by millions o! mothers (or their
children white Itethins, with perfect succcv.
It (ootbei tbe chlM. oftcn Ibe sum?, all a v. alt
pla, cures Hind otic, cod Ij the best remedy
for Inarrh'ia. Is pleatant to tbe taiic. tr)Id by
drucruti in ertrj jrt ( Ibe world. Twenty
five cents a bottle. H table Is Incalculable.
Bcscre and a- for Jin. U Irulow's Southing
syrup, and ta&e no other kind.
Cai-e Coast Csti.e, British West
Africa, Jan. 15. It is announced the
British expeditionary for.-es operating
against Conmassie, the capital of Ash
antee, will reach that town Saturday.
It is predicted the Ashantees will desert
the capital until after the departure of
the xjlition and will then return and
massacre the occupying forces.
t5w .-A. . Y, I
The Best Stove is Always the CHEAPEST.
CHURCHILL, WlLLEU MCKENZIE'S
Roseburg Hardware Go.
Daily Health Laws.
Don't eat so rapidly.
Sit 011 a chair and bo quiet after eating
Your tdolnucli in not a coal bin.
When j 011 feel uncomfortable after
eating you liayo eaten too much, and you
need Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
If you suffer from rheumatiftn watch
tho sheets. Don't get between them ; if
dump, dry them.
Curo your rheumatism with Jov's Veg
Keep flies out of your houso; they aro
Wear flannol undergarments.
Keep ) our feet warm; your head cool.
When your blood is tbiu you feel cold
111 tho least change. When your blood
is thin take Joy 's Vegetable Sursaparilla;
it will make voi r blood led. rich and
Yes. it will do to lako Joy's Vegetable
When you get oil' j our liirycle after a
long warm run, put ou 11 coat.
If you uru -.'oing on a trip taku Joy's
Strange food mulct's Elraugu Momachs,
Joy's Yegetalilu ,S.irparilla reaches the
stouinch, cleanses the stomach, and re
news the stomach.
No appetite? Take Joy's Vegetable
Sarsaparilla. Keen appetite.
Accept nothing but tho genuine wheu
you ask for Joy's Vegetable" Sarsaparilla
Cure 1'or Ilcntlaclic.
As a remedy for all forms of Headache
r.lectnc Hitters lias proved to to 1110 very
best. It effects a permanent cure and
ttie most dreiidml habitual sick head
aches vieid to its influence. We urge all
who aro atlhcted to procure a iKjtlle. and
give tliih reuieilv a fair trial. Iu cases of
habitual consumption kloctnc Bitters
cures bv giving the ne-ded tone to the
touI. nnd few cjimh Iui resist tho use
of this medicine. Try it once. Largo
bottles onlv tifiv cents at A. C. Marsters
& Co.'s Drug Store.
rnDDECDnHnnmrc amusement or
uwii.n,. "i""-!11"-! matrimony. ten.i
mlilrcM Bii-1 ilcocriPtlon to 1'aclttc COrrcjioa
ilcnco Agency, ttoscbun;, Oregon.
Hrs. Davt& Bigger
Chills and Fever
Lett tai ezDictated, with dlitresstas cough, fie
anUtf, pita la chert, ihocMer, hack and
reui wiiwrw nwxra airniaiim
p-ro roo sirenm. koch appeuto aaa ceaiin.
aiss. jjavid uiGCEii. wiicox.ecrauuL
Hood's Pills win cw friends dally.
and It the remit ol coUi and
audden climatic channel.
1 1 can be cared by a peasant
remedy which li applied di
rrctiy into the costnix. Be
icsqaickly absorbed It ghres
relief at once.
Ely's Cream Balm
1 aczxowlcdsed to be the tnoet thorocrh csre for
Natal Catarrh. Cold in Head and Hay Ferer of all
recedies. It opens aadclrasiea the nasal pwtaC5,
aUayi pain and icSassaUoc, heals the (ores, pro
tects trie ceaoraaa rrca encs, rettorrs tns iota
of Lute and smell. PriceSOc.atDrcsistorbytnaU.
ELY U It OTHERS, U Warren Street, Hew York.
jOTHE la HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1 ' undcrnlgntit has been by the County Court
of IViueU countr. Orcroa. appointed executor.
with will annexed, ot the estate cf A. J. Chap-
iran, deceased, au parties naring claims
asaln.t the estate arc rviucsted to present the
umc within six months from the date of this
notice, and all debts due the rotate must be
paid at once tn me at Rivcbun:. OreKOii.
Dated this 4th day of November. 1U.
J. I. CHAPMAN,
; ter '
like flowers, fade
and witherwith time;
the bloom of the rose
is only known to tbe
cheeks. The narv-
ous strain caused by
the ailments and
pains peculiar to tho
sex, and the labor
and worry of rearing
a family, can often
be traced by the lines in the woman's face.
Dull eyes, the sallow or wrinkled face and
thosa "feelings of weakness" have their
rise to tho derangements and irregularities
peculiar to women. The functional de
rangements, painful disorders, and chronic
weaknesses of women, can be cured with
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. For tne
young girl just entering womanhood, for
the mother and those about to become
mother, and later in "the change of life,"
the " Prescription " is just what they need ;
it aids nature in preparing tne system ior
the change. It's a medicine prescribed for
thirty years, in the diseases of women, by
Dr. R. V. Pitrce, chief consulting physician
to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Insti
tute.at Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription will cure the chronic inflamma
tion of the lining membranes which cause
auch exhausting drams upon tne system.
It cures nervous prostration, sleeplessness,
falntness, nervous debility and all disorders
arising from derangement of the female
organs and functions.
Mrs. Temkie Williams, of Mohawk. Lam a..
urnon. wruel : l
wai sick for over three
years with bund dizzy
spells, palpitation of
the heart, pain in the
back and head, and
at times would have
such a weak tired feel
Ins when I first got
up in the morning-,
and at times nervous
The Dhrsldans dif
fered as to what my
disease was, but none
of them did me any
rood. As soon as I
commenced taking Dr.
Pierce's Faro rite Pre
scription, I began to
well mgnis, ana inai mu, ccrvws iccunjf sou iic
pain in my back soon left me. I can walk sever
al miles without getting tired. I took in all three
bottles of Prescription and twoof DisAvery.' "
- h' t'.i'i -Jaded and (Jooa
'all'! fiU- ll iJanklnd. 9
, VXCCTACLE SRAPAHIi.LA.
Se p s t a ,
prercnta tired fccl
lngs, staggering een
of heart, rush of
blood to the head,
dizziness, ringinjj in
ears, roots before the
eyes, headache, bil
iousnes3,conslipation of botrela, pains in
tongue coated, foul
breath, pimples on
face, body and limb,
decline ofnerve force
dizzy spollo, faint
e pell's cold, clammy
feet and hand, soot
riainqs, fatisne, in
Ebmaui. cod all dis-
cases of the stomach,
liver and kidneys.
t J, VesetaKe Sar
oo, nlla U sold by all
d. -i-. Kefuse a
sjtijute. vh-n you
TN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OK THE STATE
A ol Onton. in ml for the Coanty ol Douglas.
aais v liiA'lllllUi
w,n,,n, Miinn.t.i ' or a Divorce.
To William McDouald, the noove named de-
in incnamcm tne Mate ol uickou. )oti are
nervoy reonin1"! to appear anil answer tne com
plaint filed arainst you In the above entitled
suit, in the above entitled court, on or before
the I6th day of March, that twins the first
day ol the next regular term of said court, and
if you fall k to answer, the plniutitT will apply
to the court for the relief prayed for in said com
plaint, which is n dissolution of the marriarc
contract cxistine lictween yourself and said
This ummon. is piiblihel by order made at
Chambers, at UoeburR,Iou;lns county. Orccon,
br Hon. J. (.'. KuIIerton. Imle of said above
named court, which wild onler is ilateil Iecem-
berMth. lj. C. A. i-KULBREDE.
dKtT Attorney for Plaintiff.
VTOTIlE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
AN undersicncil executor of the last will and
testament and estate of Henry S. Marsh, de
ceased, late of Douslas county, Oreson, has
been dulv licenced nml lirerteil br ihp
County tourt ofUouRlas cxmnty, Oreson, by an
onler of said Court, made and entered of record
on the tth day of November. ISiO, to sell the
nercinaiter uescriDeii real estate Dcionmng to
the estato id the said Henrr S. M.irsh. de-
ccascd, wliich sniil onler provides that said cx-
eeumr may eu me sam real property Herein
after fully and particularly described, at pri
Now. therefore, in nursuancc of said license
and onler, which is reconied in volume S, on
pajre t'J, tlicreol ol the Probate order book of
LHmitlas county. Orecon. I will, from and after
the 30th day of January. lxs. proceed to sell
at private sale, accordini; to law In such cases
made and provided, for cash In hand, to the
highest bidder, alt the ripht, title and Interest
which the said Henry y. Marsh, deceased, had
in or to tbe tcreinnlter described premises at
the time of his death, towit: On the 22nd day
April, 1KM. towit:
rh. v v i - nf n,rt v i ..f (u.,1.. i
Towushlt. 'Jd south, of' Range 5 West of Wll-
lamcito Mermtan. tn iioinrias county, Oregon.
Dated this 'J2nd day .it November, l95.
j. . nu.M , executor.
C. A. Seiilliiede, Attorney for Estate.
VTOTICE is hereby given that the under
signed hai been nnnolnted the cxrcntnr
of the estate ot James Dixon, dcceaseJ. AH
persons having claims against the estate ore
hereby notified to present them with the proper
vouchers to llie undersigned within six months
rom the date of this notice at his place of resi
dence wldch is in Deer Creek district, Douglas
county, state of Oregon.
Dated, nil-. Gtti tiny ol December, 1HW.
Executor of the estate, of James Dixon, de
MRS. Iff. BOYD,
-DEALER IN CHOICE
Books and Children's Toys.
-A FULL LINE OF-
Frttils, Xuls, French Cuinlicii, Confectloncrj
Canned Goods, ColTees, Teas, Elc
IMrOHTKI) KEY WEST CIGARS.
CHOICE BRANDS OF CIGARS
TN THE Cm':ur.COURX 0K THE STATE
Lott 8. Dlmmlck, Cora t ,,.
ralck, Martha A. Maup. "i.. I
Lcnora Ijintrdon, Mrs. .: i
Fisbcr and Wm. Fisher,
Sclina Ellsworth and l"'1.
Ellsworth, Mrs. Ulna Bens'!' I
and W.W. Bcnson.C. H.Mai
pin and Minnie A. MauplnJ
Thomas P. Mnuniu. John U .
Manpln, E. if. Pinkston, A.S.
Peters, and C. II. Mau pin, ad
ministrator of tho estate of
U. II. Maupln, deceased,
State of Oregon J
countr ol jjoukijis.i -
Kotleo is herebv clvcn HihI br virtu, .i m
execution and order of sate duly bwuerut 0f
me aoove uameu couri anu uiuse. uu iu r,itii
day of December, 1803. u ion a Judgment tuule
ana entereu ot rccoru in saiucircuitcuunoatQe
llth dav of December. DVJj. br foreclosure M .
mortraire In favor of the above named plaintiff
and against tbe above named defendants, ana
against the hereinafter mentioned and de
ftrUiei! morteRirpd nronertr for tho sum of
.j7t2.n witninteicsiincreoiiat tne rate oi iu
xtei cent. Dcr annum from said date, and tbe
sum of 110.00 attorney fees, and VtlXA costs
Mnturctay, tlie 8tli day or Pebra
at l o'clock, ii. in., of said dav at tho court house
door in Koscbure. Oregon, sell at public auction
to tnu iiienesi otauer ior casn in nanu. an me
right, title and interest which saiddefendautsor
clliicroi tnem nauon meisi uay oi ceoruary,
lHvH. the date of the execution ot said morteaee,
or at any time thereafter. In or to tho following
described real tirooertr. to-wit:
ueeinnins ai tne normweti corner ot me i
1 Kcllomr Donation Claim runnlne thence
south on the line between the donation claim
ot I.. L. Kellozc and J. KellccK to a point 13X0
chains south and 33-17 chains cast of quarter
section corner between sections ') and 30,
llienco west 17.8J chains, thence south 2J0-
chains to a tost on tlio bank ol tne river irom
which a maple '2i inches in diameter bears
boum it uegrees east l cnains utataui and an
ash IS inches in diameter bears south !' du-
Krct'S west 1JI chains distant, thence following
tne bans: ol tne nrer soutn, Cfi ueKrees cast
Vi-33 chains to a post from which an ash 8
inches in diameter bears south 43 degrees west
1.12 chains distant, thence north IT decrees cast
36.00 chains, thence south degrees east 1.70
chains, tbencc south Abi degrees cast 30X0
chains, thence north V)i degrees cast 4C.B
chains to the north boundary of the A. B.
Kellogg donation calm, tnencc west lonowing
same chains to tbe northwest corner of
said claim, thence north 43.79 chains to the
northeast comer of the L, L. Kellogg donation
claim, thenco west 33X6 chains to place of be
ginning, containing 361.40 acres more or leas.
Also the following described premises, to-wit:
Ilerlnninr at the southeast corner of the John
son B. Goff donation claim and running thence
north GJti chains, thence west 9.00 chains,
thenco north 20X0 chains to the north boundary
of said donation claim, thence west foUowlng
said boundary S.73 chains thence south 166
chains, thence west to the L'mtxjua river, thence
following the meander of said river south 3s
degrees east 13XO chains to the south boundary
of said claim, thence east KZM chains to the
place of beginning, containing 132X0 acres, more
or less. Also the south half of the northwest
quarter, and the west half of the southwest
ijuarterof Section 35 and lot t of section 33. AH
of the tracts of land hereinbefore described
lying and being situated in sections 28, 19. 32, 33,
31 anrtrLinf tnwmhln 23 south of rantre 7 west
of Willamette Meridian, together with the ten
ements, neredltamenu ana appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in any wImj appertain
ing, and will apply the proceeds of such sale,
tint to the payment of tne costs of such sale and
to the costs and disbursements herein taxed at
J3I.&"). to the payment of J3.Vi.CO attorneys' fee
to tbe sum O1K7U.G0 due plaintiff together with
interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent, per
annum irum the llth day ot December, nuo,
and the overvlus. if anr there be. I will Dav
into court under the order of this Court to be
raid to the said Lott S Dlmmlck. and the heirs
ot the said G. B. Maupin, deceased, according to
to their respective rights therein, as by order of
said Court In said execution to me directed and
delivered commanding me to sell said above
mentioned ana described property in the man
ner provided by law.
Dated this 31st day ol December. 1&33.
C. F. CATHCART,
Sheriff of Douglas County, Oregon.
TN" THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
ol Oregon, for the County of Douglas
i. . mmoau, rcainun, 1
J.S. Fitzhugb, Administrator
of the Estate of J. II. Rich
aids, late ot Douglas County,
Oregon, deceased, and N. J.
Richards, S. J. Bounds, and
M. F. Lewis. Heirs at Law of
J. U. Richards, Deceased,
State or Ouecok. )
eonnrr or Donelas. 1
Whereas at the reimlar !.Tmtr tirm tsar
of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Douglas, to-wlt: On the 3rd day
w wj, uj, )iuuuuu aooTe riameu
recovered a judgment by foreclosure of
a mortgage against the above named
defendants and against the hereinafter
mentioned ana described mortgaged property
for the sum of fM7.6o, with interest thereon at
the rate of 10 per cent, per annum from Dec.
3. WXi, and the sum of tlCO.Ou attorneys' fees and
.,.w cosis arm uisoursemenis. ow, tnerclore,
I will on
Saturday, the 8tli clay of Febru
at 1 o"cIoek p. m. of said dav at the court house
door in Uoscburg, IHiuglas county, Oregon, sell
at public auction, to the highest bidder for
cash in hand all the right, title and interest
which said defendants or either of thpm hart
on the 30th day of July, 1S!9, the date of the ex
ecution or saia mortgage, or at any time there
after. In or to the following described real prop
The east half of the northwest quarter and the
northeast quarter of Sec 25 in township 2S
zuuui, ui , ,t uiaoieiK -ncriuian. in
Douglas county. Oregon, containing 240 acres
excepting therefrom about four acres heretnfon.
deeded to H. C. Simmons, together with the
icuemeais nereuitamenis ana appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywise appertain
ing: and whereas by said court at said time it
was decreed that the said mortgaged premises
be sold in the manner provided by law and it
was further decreed by said Court at said time
that plaintiff's mortgage deed had become ab
solute and at the sale of said premises the
fiwwuu w wiuncu to oecomc a Diuuer and
(uceaaseroi &aiu premises ana mat the pur-
iw ur purtuoeis at sucn sale no placed in
the immediate possession of said premises and
that said defendant, and each and all of them,
be barred of all equity of redemption In or to
said premises, and I will apply the proceeds
arising from such sale: first, for the payment of
the cosU of such sate and the costs and dis-
uuiMjuicuis nerein laxcu at 117.00 to the ray
mentof J100.00 attornev fees an,! 1,. th
mcnt of the sum of JS17.63 due plaintiff with in
terest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent, per
annum from the Srd day of December, 1S35, and
ucims, i, n v mere oe, 1 wm pay over to
the said J. S. Fitzhugn, administrator of the
estate of J. H. Richards, deceased, or his legal
v j'n.irv uinui CO.
C. F, CATHCART,
sheriff Douglas County, Oregon.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Real
T)Y VIRTUE OK AN EXECUTION ISSUED
out of the Circuit Court of the Statcof Ore
gon for Douglas County, in the suit of W. G.
Kelso, as administrator with will annexed, of
tne estate ol John t.'recn, Sr., deceased, plaintiff
vs-Joseph Melvin. Josephine P. B. Melvin his
juuu iuv, mciiuru ttue anu Mary coe. ne-
iviiuauts, uuij utteaicu ou me tn uay ot Jan
uary, 1S90. upon a decree nnd onler ot salo duly
made and entered in said court and cause iii
favor of the above named plaintiff and against
the above named defendant. Jnonh ririn
and Josephine D. B. Melvin, on tho lsth day of
ll.vnr.lji. TO 1 tn. ,h. , -r ,'ru .1 .
-....w., .u. cim. ui ,x. wua in
terest thereon at the rate of -3 per cent per an
num from the date therenf. IvYi niinnnv. 1
and costs and disbursements of the suit taxed
at fSSwj, and decreeing a sale of the mortgaged
p.mu, ,uv wui, iuc Nunc uwnK dcscnoed as
follows, to-wit: The donation elim nf ir.t.
5 II(?L?,d V,llc: &ins cIaim No- Township
25 South, Range 1 West and No. 19, Township 25
South, Range 5 West, containing 320 acres; also
beginning at the northeast corner of John F.
Suthcrlln donation claim, in sVotinn 19 t....
ship 25 South, Range 5 West; thenco west 25.75
chains; thence south 120 chains; thence east
9.30 chains; thence north 20 chains; thence cast
20 chains: thence north 20 chains; thence west
3;55 chains to the cast boundary of said dona
tion: thenco north ?0 chains, to the place ot bc
ginijing, being part of J. K. Suthcrlln and Ben
jamin Butler donations, containing "vt."u
acres: also the donation claim of Curtis V. Strut,
ton and wife, being No. 3S, Township 2i South
Range 1 West, and No. II, Township 2 South'
Range 5 West, containing 33) acres, and being
same premises conveyed on or about the llth
day of September, 1S93, by Sampson Sutherlin
and wife to the said defendant Joseph MeWin
wnfon by V,rtU 'SHia cxccuUon, i
Monday tlie 24IH day of Feb.
At 1 o'clock V. M. of said day, at the Court
House door In Rosebunr. Dmirlaa ',..-
son, scU at public auction to the highest bidder
Tor cash in Land, all the right, tltlo and interest
which the above named defendants, Joseph
Melvin ami Josephine D. B. Melvin had in or to
the above described real rroperty on tho SOth
day of Uccember. im, or at any time thereafter
or enough to satisfy tho demand of tho above
named plain tiff, and will apply the crocecda
arising tWroni, first to the costs and disbuVS
ments of this sale, second i. ih. ni.in.m-.
mands aforesaid, and tho overplus, if ny there
';.I,.wyl,l,y o whomsoever shall lawfully be
entitled to the same. '
Dated this 9th day of January, ISOd.
jlfitd SteMtBWvmZo&n. I
Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Real
OTICE U hereby given that by virtue of an
missioned for the sale of school and ninunr
land and for the Investment of the funds
Misln- therefrom, plaintiffs, vs. J. W. Lincoln.
SMahV. Lincoln Oeorgc C. BurnUp. I enr
Landers, Daniel B. Williams and t r-n -to M.
Gray, defendant, duly attested on the Mw
nf Jannarr. 1806. upon decree ond order 01
?:nntVSandientcre.l in said court and
eanse In favor of the above named plainun.
i?n,t the defendant J. W. Unco n and
Uxed1 V,,ond deereelnga to ol tto
mortgaged premiaea iu5"
?tVwUM execution commanding me to
cSlcct Mid sum, with interest on sold ?1230-
torn the Stt Tday of December, la at the rate
nTaScSitwer annum, and the costs of and
plalntltls pcmands, . u . ---- . nn1
owneu ui tue "''""":;--- - ..t.intirr de-
ass ssr M4slk:
thrr . hprpinnfter lullr described, :
10: S ffiKfeSSR $
tbe northeast quaiter of bloaj,l, loruaip.
. - z. t n IfilKlWH.
Bouth of Range C West 01 v iuaoi ,
thenceeit on tbe north line of id quarter
section to the northeast corner, thence n the
east line south on the, east tndnr I earn
quarter section, and of the wothewt quarter
section until the same intersects the nortn banlc
of the South Umi-iua river: thence along said
north bank westerly to the intersection
north bank ol a small creek used as a mlllrace
with the said north bank of l',,riTe,r " VES
marked, thence west to a stake octU oa. JAe
west boundary line of land conveyed by Dvld
and earah Noah to J. M. Krllne. being a trlP
live chains wide off the cast end of the original
Donation Land Claim of laid IHiW
wife: thence along said west line north to ine
northwest corner of said strip of land so con
veyed . thence cast 5 chains to the soutnwest
corner of the northeast quarter of hection si.
townanip zi south, 01 range o went. .--"--north
011 the west Une of said qnartersecUon
to the place of beginning, containing 270 acres
more or Iesa, all situated in the County of Doug
las, Btate of Oregon. There Li e pec tally ex
empted in this conveyance certain land lying
south of the south line of above described land,
which is hereby reserved by these grantors as a
mill site and which Is nois-ou ned by them em
bracing 14 acres, more or leas.
The Francis M. Gray tract to be next sold as
follows, to-wlt: Beginning at a tree situate on
the north bank of the south Umpqua river at its
intersection with a small creek, used as a mill
race. Said tree.being six and 15-100 chains east
and 17.lt chains nortn of the half mile corner in
the south boundary line of Bee. 31. Tp 27 south,
range 6 west, of Willamette meridian; thence
rnnnlng west ll.li chains to a stake on the west
line of a strip of land five chains wide conveyed
by David Noah and Sarah Noah to J. M. Eber
ltne, being also the southwest corner of land
conveyed by John W. and Sarah R. Lincoln to
J. D. and;IlArriettEoyer, January 31, 1333. thence
south 21 chains and 75 links to the southwest
corner of land herein conveyed, thence east'J
chains to east bank of South Umpqua river,
thence along said west bank northerly to the
tree named as the point ot beginning, contain
ing 20 acres more or less also to much of lot 4,
section 31, Tp 27 south, range 6 west, as was re
served by J. if. Eberllnc and lying west ot the
west line ot land conveyed by him to Cyrus
Smith In deed of date January 21, 137L Said lot
being on tbe east side of said South Umpqua
river in Douglas county Oregon, and the Henry
Landers tract to be last sold as follows, to-wit;
Beginning at a point in the South Umpqua
river 25 and 73-lfw chains south and L& chains
east of section comer post to sections 9, 10, 15
and 16, township 23 south, of range 6 west, Wil
lamette Meridian; thence south m degrees east
11.15 chains: thence south 2 degrees west ILLS
chains to near the middrc of South-Umpqua
river, thence down said stream to place of
beginning, containing 10 acres more or less;
also right of way for water ditch from the de
scribed land to the section line running east
and west between sections 9, 10, 15 and IS, on
the most practicable route free from incum
brances; all of sasd land being situate in Doug
las county, Oregon. Now therefore by vixtne of
said execution I will on
Monday tbe 24111 day of Febru
at 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the court bouse
door in Roseburg, Douglas county. Or., sell at
public auction to the highest bidder, for cash
in hand, all the right, title and Interest which
the above named defendants, J. W. Lincoln,
Sarah R Lincoln, his wife, had in or to the
above described real property on the 16th day of
June. 193, or at any time thereafter, and will
so sell the same in separate parcels as above
set forth, and will apply the proceeds of sale to
the payment of the costs of sale and plaintiflY
demands, and the overplus. If any, par to who
soever shall be lawfully entitled to the same.
Dated this llth day ot Jannarr, i-s.
C. F. CATHCART.
Sheriff, Douglas County, Oregon.
By D. R. Shaxbeook, Deputy. jietd
Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Real
Property Under Foreclosure.
W. P. Lord, IX. R, Kincaid, and Phill
Metschan. Board of Commission-
crs for the Sale of School and Uni
versity lands and for the invest
ment of the funds arising there
Belinda Hill, administratrix nf the
Estate of F. R. Hill, late of Doug- J.
. kuuuii, vT.v-.uii. deceased,
and Delinda Hill. Fannie Cox
and Marr Short, heir at law nf F
R- Hill, deceased, and E. G.I
Young, A. G. Young and J. G.
Stearns, partners under the firm j
nameoi . ii. 0ung.tC0. ;
Defendant s. j
Notice isjiereby given that under and by vir
txe.2l 5? execution and order of sale issued out
of the Circuit Court of the State ot Oregon, for
the County of Douglas, dated Januarys. IS."
in favor of W. P Lord. H. R. Kincaid and Fhii
Meghan, Board ofCommissioners for the sale of
School and Lnlversity lands and for the Invest
ment of the fuuds arising therefrom, plaintiffs,
and against Delinda HilL administratrix of the
estate of F. R. Hill, late of DokUsS, oi
f?.ni.d'S;afrian,i "paa Hi". Fannie Cox.
Mary Short, heirs at law of F. R. Hill del
ceased, and E. G. Young, A. g. Young and "j G.
Stearns, partners under the firm name of E. G
lonngi Co defendants, commanding me to
make sale of the certain mortgaged real prop
erty in said execution and hereafter parUcu
larlydcsOTbedtoMitisfy the demands jf the
saldTplainUffi.. to-rtt. The sum of Three Thoxi
sand.lne Hundred Thirty-seven and WdOO dol
lars (J333TJ0; with interest therein ai the iate of
8 per cent per annum from the Uth day of De
cember, lsSgTand the further sum of Three
Hundred and Fiftv rinit. rvJ,
, a"1' upon inis writ, and
the costs and expenses of thisale. IwiU orT
Monday the 24U1 day of Fcbrn
at the hour of 1 o'elnet m r.nt.i .1 . .t.
cpnrtpiousedoor In Roseburg, rjuglas rountV
J?e.1?.ifncsl,b.,aaerforca'h In hand, all the
danFlnRJlT?tCtttS,h,e bov, nam K
nnifSSv; Rmi1, no.,T dcccase.I, and Delinda
"i ciieroqthem, had on the loth daT
Pi,,1TSS7,-orat,an3r,,ime 'hereafter in or to
thefollowing described lands and premises?
east quarterof tta tolKSt nwrtS; of Jetton
iff it -cres:, S1'0 ,no east naif of the donation
J?lLcl"lmofSamUt'l W. Gantiner .contain n"
SS- -iitSS S
ahitnqu?I,er 01 "oti 1 containing 10
acres, the northwest quarter of Sections Jr
Jaining 160 acres, lots 1 ami 2 in cUon s n
20 sniith 1 t i.niSsi6S,acres- Township
jDatea this nth jan
j uun4 t Jto.V.
i???.?'. Oregon, appointed admlnl.fi S
Ron, or at the offiro Sf Wm I T Wim,Iti,,.
WM. R. WltUj,
Attorney Ior Estate.
county? Orecon7 nn5inU.nt,y outt of Douglas
Persons haviniS; teS1;.. :i!
thi. ."V." 'x months from the datn of
Wm.R.WHiu3u ti,r'iTlsn",i oftice ol
Iugll,coun,y, Orent'OUrt houso- Ko'eburg,
Dated, this oft dayf beccmr,