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The Capita Journal like lirutua of
Itotnan fame has turned traitor ami
stabbed Hermann, not as did his roto
type, Brutus, wlio thrust his dagger
into Caeear in front; but like a coward
ard, in Mr. Heruinuu'8 absence stab
bing him in the back. "Et lu Brute."
was tho noble old Hoinaire despairing
cry when Brutus thrust his dagcer into
him. Mr. Herman may now cry out:
Am! iliml fnrt ITnfr liatll iliffl end tuft."
From our own correspondent. J
Wasiu.nuton, D. 0., Fob. 29, 189(1.
Several of the more important gonoral
appropriation bills have passoil luo
house aud eenato, with tho loast possible
friction, but tho prospects aro good for a
strugRto over the river and harbor appro
priations. Fully $-10,000,000 Iiavo been
asked for, while the engineers are willing
to grant but $12,000,000. Tho issue bo
tween the economists and the more lib
MARCH 12. 1S96.
Tho Capital Journal has, until recently, cra, rolircscll,a,iVC3 j3 likely to be a
TWO THOUSAND FOR WARREN.
posed as Mr, Hermann's friend. When
tho I'l.mxdealkk last summer accused
Mr. Hofler with secretly working to r-e-
curo tlie nomination lor congress tor
himself, he denied it in his paer, and,
ions one, but Representative Hermann is
watchiug closely tho interests 01 your
section of the country. This recurrence
of Mr. Hermann's name, in this cunnec
tion, reminds mo of an episode which
occurred in the house two years ago,
u lien tho rivers and harbors bill was un
der discussion. lo bo accurate let me
quote from the Record of Match 19, 1S94
Mu. Loirn of California "Mr. Chair
man, no person better fitted to defend
The expected large block of self-assess
nient certificates in the interest of War- to make it more emphatic wrote us a
ren for school director, put in their ap- personal letter, stating in substauce, that
pearance at the assessor's office bright as ho had been in the state only fix
and early yesterdav morning, to the years he had no such claims on tho party
number of over 3000. They were as would justify his seeking the ncmiua
brought in in bunches of from 200 to 500, tion ; that ho hid only tho warmest feel
aud the last package was filed about 1 ings toward Mr. Hermann, and that wo
o'clock. The list comprised as many line party anu i-eopiej ougui 10 reuiin t,ltJ prvsent 8valem and the system which
women as men, aud tn many instances nis services as long as pissiuie. i.o jias bceu in vogue, for bouio years, with
whole families assessid themselves in . o behold Mr. Hofer throwing his in- rcfercnco t0 riV(?r8 and h.trbor?, could
this manner. The value of the property fluence iag4iust Mr. Hermann, by print- uave been selected than tho geu'leman
each claimed to own was generally about ing with approval complaints against . u jefellEC 0f tj1(3 system,
J25, and the article? described consitted him designed to show his unfitness for ,uo ntleman from Mississippi is ably
variously of such things as a sewing ma- congress. seconded bv tho gentleman from Oregon,
chine, a watch, a breastpin, a lur cape, a me journal says .ir. nermann can
shotgun, household furniture; in fact, not get the support of the largest county
anTthinr?. so lone-as it vrai nronertv of in the district, viz: Marion, which
some sort. Tho men made out their own county, he says has candidates who have
certificates, following with those of their "a state reputation." Mr. Hofer we learn
wives, sons and daughterp. is one of them. Mr. Hofer also said
That thesa -aYM certificates were in the that he hoped Mr. Herman would not
interest of Warren is evidenced by die only be renominated but re-elected
fact that they aro nearly all made out Farther, he said: "I hope this will
upon the blanks which the Warren sup- settle forever the question of my oppos-
portcrs aro known to hare had printed, ing candidacy."
and that they were sworn to before No- Mr. Holer does not say 111 Ins paper
Uries Frank J. Hennessy, Dan J. Ma- that he is a candidate, but reading be
larkey and T. B. McDevitt. The bulk. of tween the lines it is apparent that he
them are attested by Lawyer Henneeay, thinks 1 prostrate tree will never Iks
and Malarkey also took Ilia oaths of a struck by lightning, and so long as he
verv large number. works against Hermann l-y showing
McDevitt acted as notary for a few,
and several axe attested by George W. the "largest county in the district," he
P. Joseph. As to nationality, the signa- will be one of the tall cedars that may be
tores to the certificates chow that those struck by congressional lightning from
ot Irish decent are largely represented. I the political thunder cloud that is gather
There were no certificates filed yester- ing in Marion countv. The congressional
dar in the it-tcrrst of Finley, except a beeU buzzing in Hofer's bonnet, and
scalterinc few, segregating 15 or 20, if that fixes him
that many. The Finley forces filed but
a very few certificates since ednesday The last Oregon legislature spent
last, and altogether did not file over -100 $23,000 for clerks. A good business man
certificates, and some of these were sub- could take the contract for doing the
eeonently withdrawn because not sworn same amount sf work at ?2,500 and
to. Ore goal an.
(Mr. Hermann who by his industry hero
since lie has been a member of emgrew,
has secured "more plunder" for his peo-
gle than any parson who has over repre
sented the Pacific coast."
Mi:. Hermann "I hope my friend
who is so earnestly in favor of river and
harbor improvements, will not describe
these appropriations as "plunder."
mr. Lorn. i am making these re
marks with due deference to the gentle
man U'lut 1 am saying is u compli
mcnt to him It is tlieso very acts that
have seal him hack to congress year after
year with incruacd majorities."
It will perhaps bo as well for the peo
old of the tirjt congressional district of
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mat nermann cannot gei ine support 01 . .a .......... in llic npar fll
lure and also to hear in mind thai Call
fortiia aud Washington have always
been jealous of Oregon's continuous po
tentiality uon this committtu which
should not be jeopardized, and will not
Le if Oagou vol cm can realize ihcir in
estimate ail vantage. Une hears every
where, ab.-u'. the cspitol, in '.lie buzzin
that the Tactile slupo is ulvxajs getting
more thanlicrsharcof "cncourage.'neut,'
but if that is so, Mr. Hermann' peo pi
should appreciate the fact that he. lcok
ing oat tor the ln'erest u! his sta!c, sees)
that Oregon geta the lion's sharu.
Ue eulne lime ol ttio commilte on
rivers and harbors jnd tho sessious are
conlincc'l daily U thus far been cc
cujHed in hearing various delegati ins, lu
cluJtug thos from the Tacitic slope
Consequently, the membsrs of the com
mittee have had no time to discuss
determine the sum to be appropriated as
of the job. li it
are high ? Times
The school election at Oregon City
must have been a lively affair, according
to this statement by the Conner, of that
'The campaign opened last week,
when both sides were canvassing for
votes and a larce number of persons not
previously on the taxroll applied to the -r--- a luaD la accoruiug 10 retturu mended by th Chief of Engineers
sheriff and were assessed and raid taxes e "uepecueu. caiem i . xum .rum llie r5ver aud uAty3l aj propriation
bfl9 cents and npward, the majority a Sw enougn ior moti people, auo yei bm 1 onc o tlic last measures that
twin? aswssnl on 10. mikimr the tax 80016 Ionr exchanges handle it so gm- ar-nrowiates money that will bo broucht
0 ' I 1 at 1 t t. I
39 cents. Some 300 were made eligible nej ppeir 10 iuia 1. is 100 ncu MoTc tae i,0use. . The other appropria
to vote thus. for the blood of their readers Capital hjoj, bl,s w5!i an i.avo been passe.1 and
make money out
any wonder taxes
ine Uregontan anj populist paper:
have repeated this lio so often that I hey
belie. e it. The last legislature spent a
l5,00 on all its employes,
The total legislature exense was 10,
000 cr ten thousand less than in 1S9X
ine expense lor clerics in JiVj was
tro put aboard that groat leviathan of
commerce: lou.uuu ousueis 01 corn uuu
wheat; 17,000 sacks, or 1S0O tons, of
(lour; 5,000 bales of cotton, each weigh
ing about 500 pounds; 3,200 barrels of
rosin; 1,000 tons bacon and lard; 0,000
boxes enamalino and 80 tons of leather.
Besides this bulk there was snugly stored
away, down in tho hold, 8G0 to:i3 of coal
foi tho propulsion of the steamer. I
thought this was an immense cargo as 1
looked at the various items whilst they
wero being taken aboard, but consider
my astouiahmont whon I beheld throng-
ng tho crowding street, leading to the
wharf, a bunch of cattle numbering (TjO
head, and as ono after tho other was
spoedily and safely Btowcd away between
decks, I concluded that the ship was
fully laden. Then my attention was di
rected to another sti eel, aleo leading to
tho pier, aud aloDg that 1000 aLcep weie
being hurriedly driven, and they, in turn
wero also, iu a brief lime, t-icked away
The obj'i t Iff son betore me was start
ling and utmost be; ond Iflief. Had it
not come under my own observation I
might haye doubled Hie story. I aud
hardly divine bow all this various mer
chandise aud live stuck iould bo ewal-
lowcd and contained in the ship, and
when I expressed my astonishment to
the second mate he said the cargo was
still incomplete and polnied up the street
along which the cattle had conic, ami
there I beheld a long lino ot drays and
wagons upon which as they approached
tho pier 1 diEcovercd carcasses of fresh
beef, which, in due course, were taken
aboard and packed away iu cold storage.
Tho shipping clerk informed mo that
there were 2,009 quartets of this beef,
cnting more than 000 Iito animals.
Now how mauy car loads w ulii jour
readers imagine all this stuff wouhl
make? The auswer to tho conuradrum
is: 333 car load, or 17 ordinary trains,
as trains are mn uikiu eastern roads
The bulk was marly 10.0C0 tous aclual
It is interesting also to know how-
cheap such u vast quantity of freight can
bj carried by water, the wheat was
transported from Boston to Liverpool,
3000 miles, for 3 cents per bushel, while
a barrel of rosin was carried for 12 cents.
Such rates of freight may perhaps serve
to account for tho great clamor through
out tho country, for deeper water wajB.
With the completion of tho Nicaragua
canal thtro will be a taviug of 10,000
milei in distance between New York and
San Francisco and it needs 110 deep sea
thinking to ftrilu the lxjttom fait that
when that day comes there will be a
a great rcvolu'.iou in the earning trade
of the l'acific. Amkiucis.
Writ of Replevin.
Iu Justice Hamlin's court yesterday a
case of replevin was tried, involving tho
ownership of a horse. Mr. Lon Robinson
camo into tho city n few day ago with
a 9-year old mate aud put her in Car
Ion's stable. Whin Robiuson came for
his animal Carlou refused to let her go,
claiming that ho owned tho mare. Rob
inson reploviued the mare and tho rights
I of property wero tnod before Hamlin
yesterday aud he got jmJgment tor mo
possession of the mare. Carlon's only
remedy now is to appeal to tho higher
Notice of She riff's Sale 01 Kea
Property Under Foreclosure.
"Daring the balloting no voters were
challenged. Squaws (just from the res
ervation), saloon bums, transient travel
ers, micors, servant girls, residents of
the country, voted and were counted.
If all thtse votes had been challenged it
wouhl have taken all night, so each side
"let her go."
.Monday s rorUand ielegram in com
menting on the school election held
there that day says: "Up to noon to-
day Assessor Greenleaf had received
about 2000 statements from persons who
sent to the senate before it is Drought up
for disposition in the house. If it should
contain a larger amuunt than the econo
mists think is needed, and these include
the Speaker ami Lis lieutenants, there is
likely tj 1 a pretty lively ahui-gle be
tween Ihute who Lvor liberal swirouria-
Tbepayfor clerical aid to the tjon3 oa lhe ylats 1,1 ovctl ,- the ,jvcr
governor and secretary ot stale is loo 3mj i,a,bor bill and those who favrr re-
much it is more than the principal get. ducing a0 1 cutting down ail appropria
A large portion of it no doubt goes into t;on Jo ,i)e ioweat possible fisuro with
out crippling the public service The
outcome of this contest cannot at present
be definitely determined, but the
chances are thai the s:eaker and his
lieutenants who are championing his pol
llie above retrenchments in espeujej
were good so far as they went, but the
retrenchment did not extend far enough.
The expenses rniuht be cut dowu $200,-
000 mor) without anv detriment to the
efficiency of the management of public
pockets of the principals.
The Plaindealer does not
t .1. , 1 Ai I iuu iikUb ui an- uiiiz.rii iu uwiic lu a
fnr H,p f rnt; T,n't it Kal ,n congress , and u uake all honor
aoie etlorts to secure it. nut u does icy ot economy willbe worsted inthcend
i . : i . 1 i i . .
iinpsl on vrprt. rfianrwl? If a nrniwrtv ""J i"""-'" t.. x uu.iv. itui.mcui uoa ij.uun Kitaiij.
o I I 1 I - I 1 1 : l i I , . . ; r . l
tax is to be reouired it oucht to be ,U8'J t"uuciuu UJ -uu ' "i"11"" in ine iasi ten years, in layoroi internal
nlaced hizh enough to brins in some lhelr vUhfying and belittling Mr. Her- improvements, and the appropriations
-a-- " a - - i i 1 1. : : . . . I I , . t
rr,n nn.l An .r1 Jn.t.l nf ,n uuuu H"eu luc,c " uu JUIt 10.- HVCrS 30U liarUOrS IS UOW among 1116
insignificant corruption fund to defraud
the will o( the neonle. Decent nersons
wm not be made "citizens for voting par- h ibat tbose chl,?es of JIdlcuIe. ji- At one time no bill was so unpopular,
and person" who are not decent lnPera"on anu paritaiuy ascnoeu to mm Many men made their reputatiou as
I T 1 r I r II. - 4 I r . -
honbl nnt rw lln-l tn at InwiF a" idlJ- -r- "DMa 13 "ol a guaruians oi tue treasury oy attacking
t,Vo pn,;t.,n nniittm novo, lio uemigou we wm admit, out he has the bill. The New hngl&nd and New
t'ttw a, Ma m j .. wiiuva naaa wwa
The delegation from tho I'acitic sloj e
alluded to In the above letter mueile
from California and Watbington. Since
Mr. Hermauu has been a member cf
the river's aud harbor'ti committee Ore
gon haj had in him such a strong and
powerful friend that he has been spared
the necessity offending lobyists to Wash
iuglon, D. C. to securing a heannr.
of all cases of consumption can, if taken In
the earlier stages of the disease, be cured.
This may seem like a bold assertion to
. . ... ' I . . 1 MajkMHI
Inose lamuiar oniy vruu mc iutaiw l- ,
ally in use for its treatment ; as, nasty cod
liver oil and its filthy emulsions, extract
of malt, whiskey, different preparations of
nypophospmies ana sucn hkc pamaum.
Although by many believed to be incura
ble, there is the evidence of hundreds of
living witnesses to the fact that, in all its
earlier stages, consumption is a curable
disease. Not every case, but a large per
centage of cases, and we believe, ''WW
dical Discovery, even after the disease
fia nmtTessed so lir as to induce repeated
bleeding from the lungs, severe lingenstr
COUeh Wltn COPIOUS expeciorauun imunu-
lag tuoercuiar maucr, gicat iu u "'-
and extreme emaciation and weakness.
Do you doubt that hundreds of such cases
rannnrrl n iks n cured bv " Golden Med
ical .Discovery were pcnumc taxs w
dread and fatal disease? You need not take
oar word for it- They have, in nearly every
instance, been so pronouncea Dy ine uesi
and most expenencea nome pajainani,
a-hr, hrtvr nn Interest whatever in rais-
tin them, and who were often
atroncly prejudiced and advised against
a trial of 'Golden Medical Discovery,"
but who have been forced to coniess inai
it surpasses, in curative power over this
fatal malady, all other medicines wiUi
which they are acquainted. Nasty cod
liver oil and its filthy "emulsions" and
mixtures, had been tried in nearly all these
c. nnr Virt ihir utterlv failed to bene
fit, or had only seemed to benefit a little for
a short time. Extract of malt, whiskey,
and various preparations of the hypophos
faithfnllv tried in vam.
The photographs of a large r.uober of
those cured ot consumption, uiguauiu,
lingering coughs, asthma, chronic nasal
i-tnrrS nrul Vindred maladies, have been
stitlfullv reproduced in a book of 160
pages which will be mailed to you, on re
ceipt of address and six cents in stamps.
You can then write those cured and learn
Address for Book, World's Dispexsaky
Medical association, Bufialo, N. v.
DrolUnccrArthur Cloak, ad-
mlnlHtrator ot tlie csiaie
Urolllnser, deceased. V.
linicer. isonciia urnuuj,
Urollinger. Lucy Drollluger, Clara
Dro'JInger; Uottlc Urotlmger. Her
bert Drolllnger. Henry Uro nger,
AUIc Urolllngcr, laiura Drollinger,
Aelicr Marx .at aiimiuiii
.i ....... niu Xfarlra lll-CflUeU.
tilate oi Orefcwi, . ' ...
...... , i .!..., ihnt l.v virtue of an
above named Uouri ana camw im --y --
Kebruary. 1896. upon a Jndgcment and I decree ot
foreclosure made and entered ot record tn laid
Circuit Court on the 31t o t lccmber. lS-M bj
i,ll llntiff and BEalnt the above named
defendants and against the hcreinalter men
tioned and aeecriDca moriKKii
sum of 1'X).00 with Interest thereon at the rate
of 10 per center annum irom iuc
,i i iv.r nn.i thn ctitn nf iIZjlOO alurr-
ncys fee, and I30.M costs and uraemcnU
and the costs of and upon this writ, ana ine
costs anu expenses oi mis biuc.
Jiow inerciore i wm on
Saturday the nth day of March, 1806,
at 1 o'clock 1. Jf. of said day t the Court House
is a H
LOCAL DISEASE Kb&T
and is the retail cl co.ds ana
lufiden climatic changes.
1 1 can be cared by a picassat
renwdy which is applied di
rectly into the nostnlA, Bo
icg gaiekly aUortied it gives
relief at occe.
Ely's Cream Balm
Is aclaKmlcdied to be the most tbaroggacsrg for
"" mrrn, coia in uesa i uj "u m
rraedies. It opens and clcacses the nasal passages,
aSays pain and lnCamsution. heals the sores, pro
tects the membrane from colds, restores the tenses
of ta!e and smell ITicesocatumsptisorDymxu.
ELY BROTHERS, C6 Wind Saret, New York.
such sweeping charges against him. It most popular ef the larger appropriation
is known throughout the district by the 1 acts of congress.
achieved so long aa all parties are equally provej to be the most efficient York representatives were understood to
guilty in intent if not in deree. congressmen Oregon Las had so far. be traditionally antagonistic to it. Now
This, everybody but his oppaneu's will no measure is so popular and a reprcsen-
Kev. Kay Palmer, who lectured in the
opera house last night, is a bold and
fearless advocate of Americanism. He
Of the ! 10,003,000 appropriated bv
congress for improvoments of the Pacific
coast, 10,000,000 have bf cn for Oregon
This shows that Oregon's members have
been watchful of her interest, Djlph,
Mitchell and Hermann are each the
peers of any in the Union in se
curing aid for our rivers and harbors.
And Mr. Hermann has been awarded
due influence in securing it by both the
If it were not for Armenia, Abyssinia,
Transvaal, Formosa, Korea, Venezuela,
.and a few other disturbing places, tho
age of peace woulk have a little peace in
its old age.
Iu the drawing-rooms of Kuroean
diplomats it is now considered a breach
of etiquette for any one to sit on the
The Abyssinian may not be up to all
sorts of modern war, but be is no soft
snap when it comes to downright hard
live who would dare to oppose this bill,
ou the floor of the house, would be con
demned by his constituent.
Iu the front of, or approach to, almost
every harbor is a bjr nhich is more or less
of an obstacle. In by-gone times this
but in latter days,
ncy ol tlie age developed
into a demand for a larger sea going
craft which necessuily weroot deeper
draught, the mole h lis became moun
tains and must need be removed. Com
pctition is everywhere so close, upon
rho Review boasted in MundavV ibsue water, as well as upon land that thenl-
tliat it had received five new subscribers ternative is cheaper transportation along
the Saturday before, but it was as dumb the international water wajs which must
as an oyster about.thu ten or more it lost need be improved and so when the
during that week states bordering oa tho lakes utked for
appropriations to improve the chanuela
Old People. leading to and from Lukes lluion and
Old people mho require medicine to Sul'crior and other points bordering on
regulate the bowels aud kidneys will tind Omo aml Michigan, the people ou the
tho true remedy in Electric Bitters. Atlantic coast realized tho growth of
This medicine does not stimulate and 11,0 commerce of tho country and the sea
contains no whiskey nor other intoxi- 00161 citit'3 opened" their oyes to the ob-
cant. but acts as a tonic and allerative. 6lruct,0Iia to ll'eir "arbors and that
It acta mildly on the ttomach and bow- to,ll:l1 "aturo which makes tho whole
els, adding strength and giving tono to wor' :" 8VU1'1 " the rubishy ob
the organi, thereby aiding Nature in tho iL'c1, -J cf ll,e past and mew era he
performance of the functions. Klectric an-
Bitters is an excellent appetizer aud aids Fifteen years ago I was intimately cou-
uigesiion. uiureopiu nnd it just ex- nccicu wnn commercial ami maritime
aclly what they need. Prico fifty ceuta affairs at Boston and well do I remember
llie I'LAiNDEjiLEB is last growing in
fayor with the people for the fair and im
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iauu3 uj uie puouc scnooi aysiem as i partial manner it treats oluers wuo en
against sectarian schools of whatever tertaln adverse opinions. The American
name or denomination. This is a noble people love fair play. They expect, aud cat fcut a fmai ,urc
stand for any man. He also favors tax- have good reasons, for a hearinrln their ,.i ,i' t..,i0,.,. ,,i
ingyjnurcn property. .Mr. 1'almer is local papers. Tue Plunucaleu turrs
very broad and liberal in his views, for none away who writi for it in good Kng
a cnurciiman, anu proclaims mem witu ueh free from scurrility or auu;ive per
vigor, eloquence and sound logic; and, Bonalities.
withal, in language free from abuse.
He fights what he considers wrong and
for what he believes is right. He has
also the courage of his convictions. He
dares to beard the lion in his den op
pose error in the face of its defenders
and $1.00 per bottle at A.
nucklcu'H Arnica Halve.
The Best Salvo iu the world for Cuts
Bruises, sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands
Cliillbains, Corns, and all skin Ertip,
lions, and positively cures Piles, or no
lay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or monoy refunded
Prico 25 cents per box. For sale at A.
CMarsters & Co.
when the capacity of deep sen ships did
not much exceed J.500 tons. Whereas,
now by the constant dredging of tho
naruor mere, ilirra are at least two
steamships sailing between Boston and
Liverpool either of which can carry 10,
000 tuns, in hulk-.
During tlie last similiter I had tho
pleasure of seeing part of thn cargo of ono
of thcee great ships as it went aboard,
atOenlr.il wharf, in the port of Boston,
it may, perhaps, interest you if 1 re
call tho principal items ol export which
Taken In Time
Hood's Sarsaparilla has achieved great
success in warding otT sickness which, if
allowed to progress, would have under
mined the hole system aud given dis
ease a strong foothold to cause much suf
fering aud even threaten death. Hood's
Sirsapirilla has doue all this and even
more. It his been taken iu thousands
of cases which were thought to be incur
able, and after a fair trial has effected
wonderful enrcs, bringing health,
strength and ior to the atlticted. An
other iuirlant point about Hood's Sar
saparilla is that its cures are permanent,
because they start from the solid founda
tion of purified, vitalized and enriched
blood. But it is not what we say hut
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells
Two lots in Marehtield for hoga.
Two and one half lots in North Hose
burg, for stock ; hack or buggy in part
payment. Call on I. F. Itico & Co.
For Sale or Rent.
The Palmer sawmill. For particulars
address. E. C. Palmkk, Drain, Or.
Furnished rooms for two.
reople wonder why their nerves aro so weak;
why they get tired so easily; why they do not
sleep naturally ; by they have frequent head
aches, Indigestion and
Nervous Dyspepsia. The explanation is
simple it U found In that Impuro blood feed
ing tho nerves on rcluso Instead ol tho ele
ments ot strength and vigor. Opiate and ncrvo
compounds simply deaden nnd do not cure.
Hood's Sarsaparilla feeds tho nerves pure,
rich, blood t gives natural sleep, perfect dices
Hon, U tho true remedy for all nervous troubles.
Is the Ono True Blood Turincr. All druggists. $ 1.
it , , n.ff euro uver liisi easy iu
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VfOTICK TO Bt'tMIINU COSTKACTOKS
iN sk-nled bids will bo received at the office of
tho ik'crclary nf stnte, Salem, Or., until lo'clock
1'. M. Wednesday, April f, for the erection
and completion of a hospital bulMIng ut Kot-e-burs,
Or., act'ordinc to plan, jpceillcntions.ctc.,
now on exhibition at the olllco of Dclos D.
Necr. archltpcL lSJ'i Flint tt . l'ortliiiul. stato
houe. alem, Or., and nt the Soldiers' Home, of
ltoscbtirg, Or. All bids must bo accompnultil
wun n ccrtllicil checK, urnu n lo me omcr oi it.
It. Klncai'l. In a sum eunlttfS per cent of bid,
tlie mmc to be forfeited ami applied to the
Soldiers' Home fund in case the lowest or ac-
ci-ntablc bldilpr fit IN to enter Into contract, with
accepted boiul, iu the sum of tlie full amount
oi contract, wun at lean nut sureties, nuiim
10 days after the award of contract. All bids
must In; addressed to
" 11. It. KIXCAIU,
" fk-crelarv of State. Salem. Or.
" Tender of (name) for Hospital at
The right to rciect any or all bills Is hereby
reserved. Ily order ot the Hoard of Trustees of
the Soldiers' Home.
Attest: S. 11. OltMSUY, Chmu of Board.
COUGHS and COLDS
ELYS PINEOLA BALSAM U J nre Remedy
rrr. v.. ui nn throat aad for asthma. It
abates the cocjb.
and renders expect'
trill invariably deriTO
berjcSt froralta tae.
Jlmj who r:ppoe
their cases to be eon
traaption are only
tvStncf; from a
chronic cold cr deep
(eated cocgh. often
anravated by ca-
Vnr Miirrh c Bi's Cfreara BaSn. Both
rtraedie are nlcasint to use. Cream Balm, Met?.
ELY BKOTHEHS, 64 Warren St.,
d by Dremst.
HESMIN'S FRENCH FEMALE PiLLS.
Containing Cotton Root and PennjropL
Ki ttrt til nnt rtUiil
llescan'a French Fo-
mala nils, bare beea
old for over twenty
vean.ind used by Thoa-
have ctrea tesUasonials
as a specific monthly
medicine, for immediate
Trlie! of FainfoL and
IrregnUr 31cnsea. Fe-
VV IVieo. K-OOaboi. with
v S, fait dircctiocs.
Ut SO SCTiSTlTCTtS, 08SPCBIOC3 IHITATIOXi
iESillii cnKMtr?ATf CO- Drrrtorr, lliaj.
Sold by A.C. larsters & Co
Notice Is hereby piven that tho undersigned
has been by the County Court of Douglas
Countv, Oregon, appolntCvl administrator of
the estate of I-outM Cole, deccaed. All per
sons having claims numt sxid estate are re
quired to present the same, with the proper
vouchers, uithiti .s.v iiit'ittlis fnti.i date of this
notice, to the uudcrslRncd, at Oakland, Douglas
Dated, this nth dnv of Kebruary, Ik!.
W. II. COLE.
Administrator of the kstale ot Louisa Cole,
door In Itoseburg, Oregon, sell at public auciion
imt n i nor inrnun in uauu. wv
right, title and interest which the saiu ucien-
dants or cither of them had on the -lit day of
December, ISM, the date of the execution of
aid mortgage, or at any time thereafter In or to
CommencUie 18 links north of the northeast
corner of the John Leisure donation nuiu ciaim
Xo. ad la Tp. S7t soutn oi itange o n
n hA cnnih llmtwiiiit rirrr one foot west
of a pine stump IS inches in dUmcter, thence
south 17.91 chains lo a siaae on mc uuuu
of the countv road lealing from Roscbnrs to
Colca Vallev, and S! Unks north of the Kujh-
west cxicnor corner ox a. j. naw
Oionnainiith Tl 1 1 (" f'. WPSL HlOIl lite UQSIU
side of said road ZStl chains to a stake: thence
north 18.07 chains to a post on the south bank;
of said river: thence north 75 degree east, along
said river bank to the place of beginning, con
taining six acres, all in Douglas Countv, fetate of
Oregon, togetner witn tenements, ncrvtiiamcu"
anu appcrtcnancea tncrcunio Dcioosiug ui n
Dated tnis 8tn uay oi r eoruary, wxi.
C. F. CATHCART,
SherlfTof Douglas County, Oregon.
By D. K. 3HAXEEOOK, Deputy. tlOtd.
NOTICE la 1IEBEBV GIVES Til AT BY
virtue of a decree and order of sale daly
mnilein the Circuit Court for Douglas County.
State of Oregon, in that certain suit In etjulty
wherein the undersigned. Peter Hume, assignee
of L. C. Bcardslcy, an Insolvent debtor, is plain-
tin, anu I., i . uearasiey, anu Atia ocazusie, ua
wlr. nn ilrfemlants. which said decree and or
der of sale were duly filed and entered of record
In said Circuit court ior uougiaa uonniy, ciaic
of Oregon, oa the I7th dir of July, 1S3.": and
whereas, it was duly found by said court that L.
C. Beardsley was the owner of the following de
scribed real property, to-wit: Lots n anu iz in
Brook's and Belden's i lrst uroouiac Auuiuon
T1 I w nMMn .Mwinlln. trt ihn ntf ami
survey of said addition as recorded In the office
of the County Clerk of Douglas County. State of
Oregon, containing i! acres of land, excepting
tnerclrom a strip siicci wiueouoiinc nonu
end of said lots 11 and 1! for a street.
And whereas it was found by said court that
the conveyance made to Ada Beardsley, the
wife of the defendant. I- C Beardsley, of said
proicrty on or about the 11th day of December,
ISO, was fraudulent and void as to this plain
tiff" as such assignee as aforesaid, and said plain
tiff is bv said decree ordered and directed as
such assignee as aforesaid to sell said premises
as by laxv provided and apply the proceeds of
ihi-uV nf said nronertv as bv law directed.
"ow therefore, in pursuance of the said decree
ta made and entered as aforesaid. I will on the
Sth day of March. 1506, at the hour of 1 o'clock
ti. in. of raid dav. at the court House uoor in
Koseburg, Douglas county, Oregon, sell at pub
lic auction to ine ntgnest Diuuerior casa in
hand all of the right, title and interest of any
kind whatsoever nhich the said defendant. L.
C. Beanlsley, had ia or to said premises herein
before described on the said 10th day of Deccm
hr. IjOiV. nritinr time thereafter, and will
apply the proceed'' of said sale in payment of
IDC Claims oi saiu insolvent esiau? tuu l.
Beardsley as by law provided.
Dated this -.nth day of February. litK.
C7td PETER HUME, Assignee.
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
1 of Oregon lor the County of Douglas.
Asber MarksadmtnUtratorlof J thel
partnership estate : formerly com
posed of fcamuel Marks and Asber
Marks, doing business under the :
nrm uaiuv u. . ' I
Ijx ArchamUauADcfendant. J
state of Oregon. )
County of Douglass.)
NoUce I hereby glren mat oy virtue oi an
execution and order of sale duly issued out of
the circuit court, and cause on the 17th day of
December. V&, fir virtue of a writ of attach
ment duly Issued out of the above named court
on f$e& day of August, lex,. In favor of the
mentioned and described attached property for
Jhe suxa of f0(,wlth interest tfiereon from
the 17th day or Keceniuer, u o
m pp.. r Tier mliiiumt " w
Kl OJ costs and disbursements, and the costs
OI BUU Upuii f -
HoCthSefore,ei wiU, on the 28th day of
jS KtTbe hour of 1 o'clock P.M. ot said
dayat the court house door in Boseburg. Ore
gon, teii. at public auction to the highest bidder.
lorcasn in uauu, -7 -
which the Mid defendant dad, on the J6th day
of August, US95, or at any time thereafter, in or
lo the foUowing described real property, to wlL:
A one-twelfth interest in fee In and to the follow
ing described premises, being alt the right, title
nnd Interest ot defendant therein, tp wit.. The
donation land claim of Francis Arebambeatt
and wife, described as foUows: claim number 65,
being parts of sections 31 and 22, in township 25
south, range C west: and claim number, being
parti Tof sections 5 and 6, in townbip 27 south,
range C west, bounded and described as followi:
besinnlng at a point 17 chains north and S
chains west from the quirter-scction post on
the south Une of section a, in township 26 south,
range C west, and running thence sooth 17
chains to the township line, thence tonth S
chains and C6 links, thence north S3 degrees and
15 minutes cast a chains and 25 links, thence
east 10 chains and 74 links, thence north 3 de
grees west 23 chains and 03 links, thence north
tO degrees and 15 minutes west H chains and 71
links, thence north 67 degrees and 15 minutes
west 15 chains and 15 links, thence north
decrees and 15 minutes west 9 chains and 10
linxs. mencc uohu . ,r"r .
east 26 chains and 8 links, tbence west IS chains
and 31 links, thence south 23 chains, and thence
east II chains and 16 links to place of beginning,
containing 317 45-100 acres, in the district of
. a v : , .. . .. 1 , I ...T.n -tt flro on
Also, the undivided one-twel!ih interest in fee
In and to the foUowing described properly, be
ing aU of the right, title and interest ot said de
fendant in and to lot number 7, the southwest
quarter of the northwest quarter of section 31,
in township 26 south, range 6 west, containing
70 00-100 acres: lots numbers 8 and 9 In section
31. township S south, range b west, containing
rj oU-IUU acres: a irac( ui iauu purcuaxu ixuiu
the Oregon & California Railroad Land Com
pany, situated In section 31, township 26 south,
ranee 6 west, containing 10 acres.
Also, the undivided one-tweUth interest in lee
in and to the foUowing premises, being all of the
ri-hr. title and interest of said defendant in the
donation land claim of Hoy. B. Flonrnoy and
wife, descrlbeu as touows: ciaim nomDera, be
in? narts of sections 20. 21. 23 and Z3 in townshiu
27 south, range 7 west, bounded and described
as fouows, to wit.: beginning at a point
chains and 13 links south and 3 chains and 62
links west from the quarter-section post on the
line between said sections 21 and 23, and run
ning thence north 70 chains and 32 links, thence
west b6 chains and 37 links, thence south 75
chains and 31 links, thence east 65 chains and
15 Hnti, tbence north 5 chains and 21 links, and
thence east a chains ami 21 Unks to placs ol
beginning, containing Ml acres, and In the dis
trict ot lanus suojectio saieat noseourg,uresoa.
Illn all ,t.A vint.. ft, ft. an.l f T nf ..".-
defendant, being an endivided 1-12 interest in
Ice therein, in ine louowing uescnneu real prop
erty, to wit.: the northwest quarter ol the south
west quarter of section 20, township 27 south,
range 7 west, containing 10 acres, situate in
Douglas county, slate ot Oregon.
Also, all the right, title and interest of said de
fendant in the following described real prop
erty, being an undivided 1-12 interest in lee in
said premises, to wit.' the southeast quarter ol
section 30, township 27 south, range 7 west, con
taining lt acres.
AU of said above described real property being
situated in Douglas county, state of Oregon, to
gether with the tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging or In any
wise apirtaining- And wiU a ppy the proceeds
first to the payment of the judgment amount
ing to 5C0 00, with interest thereon Inm the
17th day of December, 1S, at the rate of 8 per
ceni per annum, anu ine iartncr snm olM 00
rX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
-- of Oregon, in and for the County of Douglas.
Jaue jlcDanald. 1
PlainUir.iSnit to tj
tvm: u.tvM 1 for a Divorce.
To William McDonald, the above named de
fendant. In the name ol the State of Oregon, you arc
hereby required to appear and answer ine com
plaint filed against you in the above entitled
suit, in the above entitled court, on or before
the 16th day ol March. is. that being the first
day of the next regular term ol said court, and
if you fail so to answer, the plaintiff" wiU apply
to the court for the relief prayed for in said com
plaint, wuicn is a dissolution 01 me marriage
contract existing between yourself and sail
This summons is published by order made at
Chamber, at Koseburg, Douglas county.Orcgon,
by Hon. J. C Fullerton, judge of said above
namiu court, wmcn saiu oruer is uaieu iteccm
ber2Sth.lS35. C. A. SEHLBREDE.
d26t7 Attorney for PlalnUff.
signed has hevn
is hereby given that
of the estate ol James Dixon, deceased. AH
Eersons having claims against the estate are
ereby notified to present them with the proper
vouchers to the undersigned within six months
rom the date of this notice at his place of resi
dence which is in Deer Creek district, Douglas
county, stale 01 Oregon.
Dated, this 6th day of December, 1S33.
R. B. DIXON.
Executor of the estate of James Dixon, de-
Eaiily, Quickly and Permanently Restored,
CtT.mmtxp Ssausxt Kiidt
It Is sold on a positive
guarantee to cura any
form ot nerroca pros
tration or any disorder
ol the genital organs ot
either sex. cansed
Hnforfl. br exeessiro nse of iihir.
Tobacco. Alcohol .or Opium, or 00 account
ot youthful Indiscretion cr over iodalcvDce etc
Disuse, Convulsions. Wakefulness. Headaeh.
Mental Depression. Softening of the Brain. Weak
Memory. Bearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness.
Hysteria. Xoctumal Emissions, Srenaatorrhora.
Loss ot Power and Impotency, which it neglected,
may lead to premature old age and insanity.
Positively guaranteed. Price. $1.00 a box: 6 boxes
forJi-Kl. Sent by mail oa receipt ot price. A written
guarantee tarnished with everySS-OO order received,
to refund the money It a permanent cure ia not
UEH VIA MEDICINE CO., Detroit, Men.
Sold by A. C. Marsters & Co.
i . . 4ih PRIZE CONTEST . .
1st Prize. Kimball Piano, "Stjle 3," $ 600 00
2d Prize. Bicjcle, for man or woman 75 00
3d Piize. Gasn 50 00
10 Cash Prizes, each $25 250 00
10 Cash Prizes, each $10 100 00
60 Cash Prizes, each $2 120 00
83 Prizes $ 1,195 00
The firat prlio will be given to (ho pcrnn who conMrncU the loncvst
sentence In good Knglloh containing nn letter or the alphabet more than thre
times. It Unot necessary to use every letter of the alphabet. The otlierprlirs will
go In regular order to those competitors whose sentence are next In length.
Every competitor whose sentence reaches forty-two tetters will receive a paper
covered volume containing twelve of Wllklo Collins' novels whether he. wins a prlie
or not. Thlscontest closes April 15. 1SS6. Tho prlte winners will be announced one
week later ami the winning sentences published. Ino.iso two or ruoropr Ire-winning
sentences nro of the same length preference will be given to tho best one.
Each competitor must construct his own sentence, and no person wilt be allowed
to enter this contest more than once, sentences cannot be corrected or substituted
after they nro received. Residents of Omaha aro uot permitted to compete,
directly or lndlreetly
RULES FOR THE 8EHTENOE No Others Tarnished.)
The length of a sentence is to bo measured by the number of letters tt contains,
but no letter can be used or counted more than threo times. o word except "a,
or "1" can bo used more than once. Tito sentence must consist of omipleto words
Signs, figures, abbreviations or contractions, etc., must not be used The pronoun
"I" anu uio uruciu a ui m nc uni m luiumnti m'i i roper nouns cannot
bo used. Each contestant must Indicate by figures at the cud of tils sentence how
many letters It contains.
This remarkably liberal offer Is made by the klkly 1 oiu.D-HKBALD.ot which
the distinguished cx-congrcssmau.
WILLIAM J. BRYAN, is Editor,
and It is required that each i competing scntcneo bo enclosed with one dollar for a
year's subscription. Tho Wkeki.v ttoni.tt-li.KRAM Is Issued lnseml-weckly.ee-tlons.
and henco H nearly as good as a dally. It U tho western champion of free
silver coinage and tho leading family uowspaper of Nebraska.
lllnnlltt HlntiM Unnnlrl fVnnlm LI l.
nouuiij nuiiiriioium, uuiciiici, nm,
costs, and the payment ol a reasonable attor
ney's fee. and the costs of and upon this writ,
and the costs and expenses ot this sale.
C. F. CATHCART.
Sheriff of Douglas County. Oregon.
By D. R. Shaxekook, Deputy. tajhl
Notice of Sale of Eeal Property
W. E. iwcnUel, Plaintiff", 1
Walter it. Wheeler, The Lombard I
Investment Company, a corpora-
don, The Portland Trust Com-:
gany, a corporation, and Douglas i
ounty, Oregon, Defendants. t
State of Oregon,
County of Douglas.)
Notice Is hereby given that bv virtue of an ex
ecution and order ol sale duly issued ont of the
circuit court of Douglas countv. state of Oregon,
on the Hth day of February, isOo, upon a judg
ment and decree of foreclosure made and en
tered of record in said circuit court on the 1th
day ot December. 1S36, by foreclosure of a mort
gage in favor of the above plaintiff and against
the above named defendants and against the
hereinafter mentioned and described mortgaged
property, for the sum of $$,171 &. with Interest
thereon at the rate ol 5 per cent per annum
from the ota day ot December, 1SJ5, and the fur
ther sum of ISO 00 attomev's fees, with interest
thereon from the 5th day o December. 1335, and
the further sum of fft M costs and disburse
ments, and the costs of and upon this writ, and
the costs and expenses of this sale.
Now, therefore. I will, on Saturdav. the 'JSth
day of March, Us at 1 o'clock r. M. of said day,
at the court house door in Roscburtr, Douglas
county, Oregon, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder, for cash in hand, aU the right,
title and interest which the said defendants, or
cither of them, had on the 4th dar of March.
1SW, or at any time thereafter, the Sate of the
execution of said mortgage, in or to the follow
ing described real property, to wit.: The north
east quarter and the south half of section It. all
and the whole of section 23, the north half of
section 2J. and all that part of the south haU of
sections particularly described as follows, to
wit: commencing at a point 16 chains south ol
southwest comer of section Ct, thence north 36
chains, thence cast m) chains, thence south 16
chains to the place of beginning. All of said
land being situate in township ;i south, of
ranges west of the Willamette Meridian, con
taining In all sixteen hundred and forty acres
(16101 more or less, according to government
survey. a F. CATHCART.
, Sheriff of Douglas County, Oregon.
By D. E. siiAXBKOoK, Depusy. fatd
: of S. Marks & Co.,
, Defendant. J
Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Real
Property under Execution.
Ashcr Marks, administrator of thel
partnership estate formerly com-1
posed of Samuel Marks and Ashcr I
imis, umng Business unaer tne I
J. M. Dlllard
State of Oregon,
county of Douglas,)
Notice U hereby given that bv virtue of an
execution and order ot saledulv Issued out of
the circuit court of the state "of Oregon for
IVntglas county on the ltth day of February,
is, upon a judgment made and entered of
record in said circuit conrt on tho 3th day of
January, 1X.V, by virtue of an execution in favor
of the above named plaintiff and against the
above named defendant, and against the here
inafter mentioned and described proiertv,for
the sum of fJ6 6i with 5 oj as a reasonable at
torney s fee for bringing this action, and for his
costs and disbursements taxed at flT CO, and
the costs ot and upon this writ, and the costs
"i!1. "reu8 of this sale. Now therefore, I
wtll.on the S4h day ot March.l$, at 1 o'clock
1 . M. of said day, at the court houo door in
Koseburg, Oregon, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder, for cash in hand, all the right,
title and interest which the said defendanthad
oil the 23d day of October. IttVt.or at any time
thereafter, in or to the following described
property, to wit.: All the right, title or iuterest
of the said J. M. Dillard in that certain fiuit
uwnufacturol y J. tt". Mote and J. M.
Dillard, and known as the J. tt. Mote Fruit
Dryer, situated on the southeast quarter of sec
tion , township 2$ south, range 6 west of Wil
lamette Meridian, in Douclas countv. Oregon.
C. F. CATHCART, '
u hetiffof Doustas County, Oregon.
By D. R. SUAMHROOK, Deputy. tMul
Assignee's Notice of Final Settle,
Notice Is herein- civen lh th.-. ,,.i..r.i..n.t
I Stefll!! "i?!i?u,',V-- -JcKin.tey.an in-
i . ' , vf. ."'x n account in
'1.".llcrt "ua '"y. the J7th dav of March,
t SJl"tUh0 ,0llr 01 10 ocloek A. M. of sid dav.
in tho Circuit Court ot the State of Oregon, fo?
hearing and patnK upon the same. Therefore,
all Nrsoiw interested are hereby notllicl to be
aud aypear iu said Court on sat A ,ly and hour,
aud show cause, if any there be. h said ac
count shall not be allowed, and the said assignee
of said estate discharged.
Dated, Februarv 27. l&v.
a A. SEUT.BRKDE,,A?tOlnU,F!l"V