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ROSKHURO, ORKGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1897.
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K. M. CONKI IMi, K. H. H.
Attorney at Law,
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T II. WILLIS.
Attorney and Coiinmilor at Law,
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Attorney at Law,
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yr W. CARDWELL,
Allonioy at Law,
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Attorneya t CounscIurH at Liw
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Attorney at Law,
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VUA BROWN, M. D.
HI I-ILK, ,r.i JiickMiu Kirci-l, at rva
l.lvnco ti I Mm. J. Illrvr.
J J L. U RAD LEY, M. D.
Physician tSi Surgeon.
omen lloma, (mm li to 3 r.n.
I'ajlot A Wllmill lllli k ItOHKIll'Ktl.
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Physician and Surgeon,
Orttio III H. Miuka A Cu.'i llluik, upttalii.
('alia iniii)tly aimwi U'il ilny or iiliiht.
L. M1LLUR. M. IX,
Surgeon and Ilomwopthio
Hum hurt, ron,
laaT'Cbroulo llaaea iUlly.
yiLL. r. nEYDON,
hucI Notary lulllc,
orricav. in Courl llouao
Onli'ra lur Hurvi-; Inn ami Klold Noli' atmulil
tio a.llrc, in vvill I'. Mt yiloii, County bar
TVjur, H(ieuuii, or.
H, C, STANTON
llaa Jial iwliiil a Haw and ratvnalta aUirk e
Iv1icn' lrNH (ioo(h, KHiIioiin, TrliiilinuKK,
laVCM, t.lf Kit!.
a i. o a riNB mt'm:k or-
Of tho l.tat uallty ami Rnlah.
Wood, Willow mil (ilHxa Uare,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Atjn am Iiii4 1m Uir tHbtlUP u mi iitires t
JUli Ibr tHnr. A Ivi Ut.-r ttK-li uf
Call at Stanton's for "L. P. M"
ALL COMPETITORS !
Wit arn alnayain tliol.i ail, and intan to
The (inlili'ii llarvint ia ii,uii ua, ami farm
era ai aimlin Ixiauno Wuoilwanl
lonaa In tin ii inta rcat.
iwuu ii a itn ass
Thoae arc all l-eatlicr aoil Warraiito.l.
At IUduoed I'ricra,
Couaiilt your urao and La cure and ie
Wixxlwanl brloro buying.
V. U. WOODWARD
J. F. BARKER & CO.
A mkU! biaml jl unaitultrralcil i'ea. Ou
lahaYlngaUik-fa.il.' Ni w atylca
Glass and Delf Ware
at aalonlahliiK ln I run. Our uwn cauurtt
'luiiiiimi am very I'ui'iilar.
JERRY J. WILSOi,
Watcliinakcr and Jew dor,
Two door aimili of Min imi 1U11, UOKUl'KO
Uk.AU Kvpulrliiit I'litrtiMtctl lu
uiy care will lie KOMl'Ti.Y Hurt
l'KIt'KS KKASON AB1.K.
f STRICTLY PIRSI-CLA5S. f
MHH. 11. ('. Mi ( I. Al l. KN, 1'i.ip.
nEACQVASTERS F0H TRAVELIN3 MEN.
hati;h ii:ah! aiii.ic.
I.ami', Klnc Swni ilc Uooina,
Kri'o lliia lu ami Kroin Trulm.. RC5EEUrv3,
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uinli'raluiiril Iihh Ik'Oii Iiv tliu I'ountv t'oiiit
ul DiiliKliiaCoiiuty, Htiito of Oivkoii, iiiiiiiiilril
aitiiilnlaliutor ol tlm t'Hlnlo ul rri-nl cv v. (luh
avtl. ili'i'iKwil. All ih'Ikoiih IihvIhk rluluia
(Kiiliiat mill i'tali' ain rcipilri'il In I'lvu nl (lie
Kttiiio Willi iionr voiii'hrra witliiu alx moiitlia
liom (Into ul llila niilli o In tlio lill.ti'lalnnril at
lila lioiiio In l.ookliiii UIhh, PoiiKlHa t'oiinty,
Pllliil llila Htll iluy ol March. IK1I7.
JOHN W. K V.YM,
Ailmllllatiatoi ol llir I'lUtc ol I'Milify
liiM.i V. tiuokvtt, iltxiam. J.
At tho March Term of the County
A, II. KellogK, allowance
Kato Cumuron, "
John fern " ....
I'atrick hao '
Mr. II, I.. Ilarriaxiu, ullowanco
Joint Norwood "
J. W. Jiivcnult
I Iro. (Jarpy, tract, liook !A) 00
J. I. Cliuiiiuaii, deputy Baoior. . IS (O
Hetclicr Troiel, allow anco
Joecpli liervaia "
Cliarlo ICuiidcau " 3 00
John McOinuin " 3 00
W. II. CuahiiiK ' ft 00
Aldoti llariiirn " 3 00
Mattliow Kiinutuna " .... 3 00
retcr Malluii " 10 00
I). ( Churchill, MMr lurin HO 00
V. A. Met iff, Iradur'i ciaui. . 12 00
IoiikIiis WulU) " ... 12 00
Iioui" llarzco " ... 12 00
SLuatiii A Clifliownlli, toada and
liridtjee 13 Ho
A burr Kiddh, nud viewer 2 W
Kiini r Catching " 2 00
J. I). Coruiitt " 2 00
TIioim. llycr, annati 2 00
T. Atlerbfrry.chaininsn 2 00
Leo Cwlcliing " 2 00
J. V. Kruwaou, hiinlx-r l'l 13
J. L. Howcy, road and bridge . . 3 00
KiMchurg Water Co.. water 13 00
A. C, MarsterB & Co., inediiiiie . 10
A. C. Marnlera & Co , gland 1 30
A. C. Maralers A Co., stationery . :l 36
John lkiwcn, iron (or ixuit boui-e 1 30
Aleiamh'r A. Htroiig, furniture. . li 00
Cliurrliill, Woullcy A McKtiiii-,
Hor (aim 3 (K)
Mm. I. Kulihetl, paiipur u'-coilnl 21 23
II. Iy. r ' 10 10
A. C. Marktera A Co. " 4 '.H)
M. V. Lapp ' 111
Moarns A Clienowelli, poor farm 0 23
W. It. I-auib, jury lial 3 00
. V. Short "
V. 1-oufiiin "
Peter L'rhait "
F. K. tirud "
Ciraiit G. L'rhart
W. K. Wulla "
K. Wells "
A. S. Ireland " ..
John Uurge "
L. 1!. Chapuiai: ''
H. I). Chapman "
A. Wilson "
T. K. f-inglelou "
Chn. lurgu "
Ktlgar Walker '
W. W. Walkt?r "
II. M. Tucker "
T. J. Davis "
L. F. Wolcott "
JJ. F. Wilson "
John Hamlin, St. vs. Morgan. . .
S. K. Adams, St. v. Nelson
W. K. Medley
(ieo. Clarke "
I. L. Kiddle
U. K. Perkins
F. M. Ciab!ieit, St. vs. Iturgeaa.
W. P. Willis
S. liunuaviu " .
i. II. Stevenson "
Mrs. II. It. limit .en "
Win. Jackiou "
Jo8tili Jackson " . . . .
Cbas. Wright "
Mrs. L. Salli-rly
Benj. Smith "
I. II. Kiddle
Jas. L. Cowan, St. vs. Sawyers
F. M. Ciubbert, St, vs. Iluulley.
H. II. StephcuBoti "
Thoa. Churchill '
A. W. Swalfoid
Tlioe. Hussell, Sr. "
Fred Smith "
Julia Miller "
Dennis KuhbtII "
I. II. Kiddie
A. li, I unite, it,i. Feruande. . . . 1 00
F. P. Kneaper " .... 1 00
Thos. F. Wilson " .... I 00
I. K. Comptoii " .... 1 00
L. F. Anderson " .... I 00
Chun. Mitchell " .... 1 00
li. C. Complon " .... 4 00
Peter F.rhart " .... 10 00
PelorF.rhait " .... 3 20
li. C. A goo, prisouer'a board 133 50
I, II, Kiddle, iutiiuo exam 5 00
S. I. Thornton, trip to asylum . . . 7 50
(j. W. brewer, convey of insane. 3 50
F. M. Ciabbeit " . 3 50
I. I!. Kiddle, incline exauiiuution 5 00
Wiley Pilklugtou, poor farm 0 75
Osiitr Applegiite, bouuty 10 00
J.A.Colo " 5 00
T. K. Diiunavin 5 00
J. K, Medley " 10 00
K, P. lltirvey " 5 iK)
A. K. Smith " 5 00
Kobt. D. Harvey " 5 00
F F. Finuiitt " 5 00
A. U. Smith " 5 00
Autwiuo McKay " 5 00
Futlier Smith, line of laud 2 50
II. K. Perkins, jury list 3 00
C. W. lluttiehl, poor farm (1 25
Agee, Talkington and Weekley,
Looking lilnsa bridge 05 Ol)
W, L. Wilson, eoinmissioiier 22 00
M. 1). ThompBou " .... 20 20
Ageti, Talkiugton and Weekley
Looking UIush bridge 20 00
J. II. Field, bounty 5 00
l ieo. Petit'ipim, deputy assevHor. . 30 00
F. W. Heiieou, work for arsessor. 2(1 U0
lieo. Cuipy,uiapa jO 00
Mri. Philip Mulkey, allonauce . 3 00
Nap, like, itovf 8 00
A. P. Kellogg, allowance 5 00
Glass A Prudhomme. stationery. 172 23
William Clifton, assistance
K. L. Miller, county physician. . .
W. W. Ctrdrll, defending pris
oners W. K. Yates, dlstriot Itoroey . . .
W. It. Vinson, bailiff
W. It. Vinson "
I. P. Kiddle, reporter
A. F. Htearns, paupora
C. M. M inter, free ferry
C. M. Minter, "
C. M. Minter, "
M. C. Kuckles, bailiU
A. M. Crawford, State vs. Wright
li. C. Agee, for lailiff
Mis. P. Ketcbell, paupers
John Fern, allowance
Mrs. II. L. Harrison, allowance .
John Norwood, allowance
J. W. Juvenall, "
W. II. Cui-hing, "
Aldon Hariii'se, "
Matthew Simmons, "
Joseph Get vain, "
Charles Kotideau, "
Mth. Philip Mulkey. "
Peler Mallou, "
John Mt'iiinniB, "
Wm. Miles, allowance, 3 mouths,
(ieo. Carpy, Tract Book 00 00
Goo. M. P:own, lieu. Dit. Attv.
M. C. Kuckic?, bailiff
Thos. Smith, stock inspector
J. I. Chaptnau, Dep. aaseesor
lis say on flan.
Man thai ia boru of woman ie of few
days and full of microbes.
Ho hoptieth out of bed in the inortiirji;
and his foot ia pierced with the tack ol
He Mltelh down lo rest at noon dav
and is stabbed in bis neither anatomy by
tho pin of disaster.
He walketh through the streets ol the
city in the pride and glory of his man
hood and alippetu on the banana peel of
miaiorture and uojointetli Lis i.e.tk.
Ho suioketh the cigar ot contentment
and behold it explodelh with a load
noise : for it was loaded.
lie Bitteth down on the banisters of life
and rindfth them fall of tbe splinters of
Ho lyeth down to sleep at night and is
istting by the mosquitoes of annoyance
and his house is gnawed by the bed bug
What i j man but a blind worm of fate?
IWhoId, be is impaled upon the hook of
despair and fumiFheth bait for the limit
less ocean of time.
S jrrow and travail follow him all the
dava of his life.
In his infancy he is alllicted with
worms ami collie, and in his old age he
is tortured by rheumatism and ingrow
tie niatryeth a cross eyed woman be
cause her father is rich and findetu she
bath not sense enough to fry meat.
His father-in-law moukeyetli with
option and gooth under.
What ia man, but a tumor on the
neck of existence? Cor. Eugene Regis
ter. The Prosperous South.
Immigration is pourinK into all iarts
of the South. Last week Georgia rail
road bonds of 12,000,000 were tloated,
bearing 5 per cent to retire others bear
ing 8: a $000,000 cotton mill was con
tracted for in Alabama, and the con
tract was let for the xreut birmiucham
steel plant. Gainesville organized a
couipauy to take power from a waterfall
and operate a 10,000-epindle cotton mill
aud a street railway. An Augusta rirui
will add a 20.000-spiudle mill toils cot
ton plant. Douglassyille, Ua., project
ed a 350,00J cotton mill. Other enter
prises are reported from tho6e states, and
also from North Caroliua and Louisiana
all tbe events of a week, as reHrted
to the Manufacturers' Record of Balti
more. No Difference.
Speaker Reed is not able to see any
essential difference between the meu
who nominated Bryan in Chicag) and
those who accepted hiui in St. Iajuis a
few weeks later. Nor can anybody else.
The boundary line between them it too
microscopic to be dircerned by the ordi
nary procebsoj. Populist and popocrat
are changes of a few letters which mark
no Important distinction between the
things defined. All shouted for tbe same
follies and vices, aud all went down to
defeat together. About the only eiguili
cauce which is in the present pretense of
tho populists that they tire not popocrats
is the indication which it gives that that
"combine" can not be renowed in 10 00
or at any other time. Globe.
Here ie a little story that will bear re
peating. The piny "Faust" was being
presented. luthe lust act Yirture is
triuiuphaut and Mephiato disappears
through a trap-iuto ihe lower regions.
A short time ago wheu the devil, repre
sented by Mr. Morrison, started on his
journey to the infernal regionp, the trap
wouldn't work. It lot him down so fur
but even by crunching and compressing
hiuiBulf in as email a epuce as possible
the leather ou the top of Mephiuto'e head
could be seen above the stage. While
all was as still as death, the beautifui
tableau of Marguerite ascending to
heaven traulxed every eye, a email
boy in tbe gallery, who had dMtectod the
crouching devil, shouted ; "llully Gee;
I. P. Kiddle, dep. (list, attorney.
Plaindealer Pub. Co., Stationery
Review Pub. Co., stationery and
M. F. Kapp, books ami stationery
II. II. Nichols, State vs. Crain . .
Albert Wilson, free ferry
Ira W. Cole, "
Ira W. Cole. "
Iro W. Cole, "
Roland Agee, deputy sheriff
The Gospel of Good Road.
The great importance of the ne;) of
good roads should so Impress ns that it
woold seem snperHaous lo say anything
mors on me subject, but a matter of so
great interest must have full considera
tion before it will take definite shape.
Among the important problems that are
before as, none corns boms to the farmer
so close to his daily needs as that of im
proved higbWays. While there is s gen
eral awakening throughout the country
on this subject, let as not be laggards in
the movcrrent but let oar interest be
shown in proportion to oar needs. Most
of the Jvaropean countriesjand even the
little republic of Switzerland, have set
ns examples, which might well be fol
lowed. Perhaps tbe immensity of our
domain, is one of the difficulties to be
Statistics show that there are about
20,000,000 home an4 males need on the
farms in tbe United States at a cost of
23 cents per day each for feed, of which
one-fifth or f 1.000,000, might be saved
on this item alone. To this niigbt be
added loes of time in the transportation
of produce; the great expense of repair
ing vehicles, shoeing of animals; ibjnry
to lbs same, together with the interest
on the value of animals, etc The life of
a wagon under present conditions is not
much over a dozen years, whereas under
a system of good roads it would be 25 or
30 years. Tho saving that would be
made in a term of years under good road
conditions would go fsr toward building
tbe roads, or at least maintain them in
good condition after ones built. There
are other than mere dollars and cents to
be taken into the account. The bring
ing togetner ol conntry folks in closer
social relations, belter facilities for the
children attending school. The enhanc
ing tf one of the greatest pleasuaes that
can be enjoyed in farm life of a drive on
roads that would beat once a pleasure
and pride to tbe community. The in
ducement to our boys and girls to stay
on the farms, rather than rash to the
towns already crowded.
But returning to a business view of
the matter we would have in some de
gree at least, enfranchisement from the
rxborbitant freight charges of the rail
road companies. Tbe construc'ion of
inese roads woata give employment to a
great army of laborers whose expend
lures circulate through every artery of
trade and production. And last but
more important perhaps than all. the
value of farm lands wonld be greatly en
hanced, it not doubled.
but how best to obtain these bene-
(icient results is the problem of supreme
importance. There are lovfs'el in tbe
U. S. about 12 billion ol dollars in rail
roads The maintaineuce and support
of these comes from the people. Some
of these roads are of doubtful utility. A
portion of this vast sum might with ranch
greater advantage to the people be used
in common highways. We believe the
government should aid and control, if
not own oar great highways. It has
been successful in carrying on our postal
system, wby not this, perhaps equally as
important work to me people, in
France and other countries the govern
ment built and now maintains tbe pub
lic roads. Vast sums are appropriated
by congress annually tor the improve
ments of bays and rivers and while a
portion of this amount is well used, per
haps another portion is not only literally,
but uselessly thrown into tho eea. Wby
not divide a little; and while our water
commeice ia receiving so much, let our
inland commerce, perhaps of as much
importance to the common people, have
a small portion ? When Uncle Sam re
ceives the fow hundred million coming
from tbe defaulting subsidized Pacific
railroads, why not turn this amount over
as a nucleus of the sum to be used in our
improved highways? To no better use
could Ibis money be put. And its con
version in Ibis channel would work no
hardship to the people.
The small amount now expended in
Oregon under our system, gives but lit
tle relief of a temporary character, and
as a rule our most important roads are
little or no better than they were 30
years ago. One mile of good permanent
road in a community is an improvement
of good real value; while tbe "tiling"
done annually is of no use, but for the
We do not pretend to devise the beet
means for the accomplishment of this
grand work, whether il should be done
wholly or in part by tho national, state
or county government, although we fa
vor the former, but we do know it is a
work that should be done and com
menced at once, so that tbe benefits and
relief resulting from its accomplishment
should be felt in the near futuie. R. K.
tickles a ti
ger with a
the man who
fooli with his
health are on
a n a r . If
thrre ia anv distinction il
a in fin or of the bov who
limcinpn he is clavmir with a
big cat and is not old enough
in realize his danger. Tbe
man if he don't know, our lit
know that when he neglects his
health he is tempting fate aud tampering
with death. Nine men out jif ten neglect
their health. The result faV that untold
thousands fall victims every year to the
insatiable tiger called consumption.
98 per cent, of all cases of consumption
are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. It acts directly on the lungs,
building new tissue in place of old, and
driving out all impurities and disease germs.
It collects all disorders of the digestion,
invigorates the liver and restores the lost
appetite. It is tbe great blood-maker, flesh
builder, and nerve tonic. Thousands have
testified to tbelr recovery nnder its use after
their cases were given upbythe doctors and
all hope was gone. The druggist who
claims to have something that will do just
as well is untrustworthy.
Medical Discovery,' and the y cured me. I caunot
praise Dr. Pierce's medlciucs loo much."
Nothing will keep down the fortunes of
an ambitious family more than big doctor's
bills. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser enables a finiiily to get along w ith
out culling in a doctor except in cases of
serious illness or accidents. It teaches a
mother how to treat the minor maladies and
accidents of every -day life. It contains
1,008 pages, over .v" illustrations, and is
written in plain Knglish that any one call
understand. Over a million homes own
copies of it. A new edition ia ready and will
be giveti away absolutely pbke. If you
want a paper-covered copy s..d twenty-one
one-cent atamps, to cover the cost of mail
ing onlv, to the World's Dispensary Med
ical Association, buffalo, N. Y. If you
want a line cloth binding, send ten cents
extra, thiity.ons cents in all.
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" I was afflicted for four years with local weak
ness, but would not coiifcaa it for a time,'' wniea
Mis. Beulah Woodall. of Bateman. Patrick Co.,
Va ' My mother told me ahe l)d reurt of Dr.
tierce's uiedicinea and advised me to try them.
i. .k Wavnrit Prracriutioll 1 aud ' l.oltleu
(Sacceaacr to J. JARKUIJCK.,
Practical : Watchmaker, : Jeweler : and : Optician.
WATCHES, CLUCKS, JEWELRY, AlfD FANCY VOOl).
iJouiiltio Hrnxillun Eye 01naoa iiimI Npc; neleti
A COatPLKTS STOCK Or
Cutlery, Notions, Tobacco, Cigars and 8moker' Articles.
Also IVoprictor and Manager of Roseburita Famous llarjrain Store.
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
STAPLE il FANCY GROCERIES MD PROVISIONS
FIME TEAS AND C0FFEEI5 A SPECIALTY.
OIVE IS A TRIAL.
i hi:i: UKI.IVKRV..
CDoultry and Stock Farm,
Having just engaged in the business, would say:
I have spared no time or money to purchase the VCI'j
best for my breeding stock.
Silver Laced Wyandottes, Silver Spangled Hauiburgs,
Barred Plymouth Rocks, Single Comb Brown Leg
Golden Polish, , horn.
EGCS. $100 PGR 13.
Poland China Hogs, Angora Goats.
Give me a trial. Correspondence solicited,
cicrcuudrokgou. L. A. MARSTERS, Proprietor.
rROTTINQ AND RUNN1NQ PLATES A SPECIALTY,
REPAIRING OF A Li. KINDS PROMPTLY DONE.
ttbopXou Corner Washington and Kane Btm., Roaeburar.
Kuv our cvv 4 from Edvnbower Poultry Yards
ern Oregon. Etfijs you buy ol me arc from uiy best bint aud prize winners; pure, stout, vigorous
and hca, thy. So lnbreediuir lu my yards, with great ex in' 11 so 1 have mated nioul of uijr liens of
my own rinsing um mock iroui tue best ytnis in iniiioruta. 01110 sua Illinois. -My Dims won
the Lion's Sburc of Honors at the Southern Orvuou District fair. At Oregon tnste Fair, Brown
Kcliiinn woiijud ou breeding neii. also two sueciulson Cockerel aud Pullets as being tbe Is-1
011 exhibition. Orders promptly tilled at Kruse
lor particulars, send stamp lor reply.
M Bjtaw a - - V - (r. - a V
A ChoIceXol lection, atM'ricei that Sell.
LIME PLASTER AMD CEMENT.
A FULL LIME OF WlilDOW GLASS
ALL ORUliKS PKOAIPTLY FILLED.
ALL KINDS OF
HI.L LINK OF
One buor fkmtb ol 1. O.
O. W. NOAH,
I sKHSUXa.SIl' WAV.
S. C. Brown Leghorn,
Barred Plymouth Rock,
IS. S. Hamburg,
B. B. Red Game
ESGS, $1.00 PER 13.
and unve niouvv. The largest breeder in South
it Fbmubrook a Orovcry Store, or aildreis as above
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