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IONKUNO. K. R.H.
Attorney at Law,
Room. M.nittriButMlnK. ROHBBURO, OR.
nrUimliu. before lh. U. H. Land Offlc. Dd
minim ciwe. cl.Uy.
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Attorney and CounBclor at Law,
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CI A. BEHLBREDK,
Attorney at Law,
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pedal altcullou itu lo com
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KUr-KM Kii, OKEOON.
Attorney at Law,
Room. 1 .0(1 4
T.jlor WUmiu Ulock.
I B. EDDY,
RA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
pLMER V. HOOVER,
Physician aud Burgeon,
Mill il Htroi'l, oil" duor oiilli ol Oily Hull.
YRA BROWN, M. D.
Or 1 10K, 1XW J.ckiiOll Btrucl, ill N
l.knce ol Mil, J. bluer.
L. MILLER, M. D.,
Surgeon and Hoinooopathio
4T"Cbioulo dltMiM pecl.llf ,
ILL. P. HEYDON,
aud Notary public.
Orrica: Iu Court Houic.
union for Hurvoyliig aud f ield Notes .Mould
be adUreewd lo will J", lleydou, Uouuly Bur
veyor, Kuktilnirg, Or.
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SSADQVABTEBS FOB TBAVZU179 VEU.
Lnii tint B.uiilo Rwiint.
Tr 'Rut to ud from Tr.tu..
JERRY J. WILSON,
Watchmaker 11 nil Jeweler,
All Rcpalrlaa; cutrnatcd lo
kaHbrHII ba PHOIirTI.V and
H. C. STANTON
Ucf, lie., lie.
AUK) A riMI STOCK OF
ISOOT AHfD Nil OK8
Of lb. bxt quillr ul flolh.
Wood, Willow and (ilatv. Wire,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Alas ob band la Lra qa.Btltl. .ad .t price 14
all lb. llmr. aiw . Mr. (tor. 01
Call at Stanton's for "L. P. M"
Wiui lwyi lo the Lead, od ntu to
Th Ootden HaivMt la upon na, and farm
ara arc amiUng becaoaa Woodward
loo.a to tbair intaraat.
Thanaarsall Laather and Warranted.
At Reduced Prlcea.
Ceaaalkvoar uuraa and ba aara and aea
Woodward befora baying.
W. G. WOODWARD
f J Uouktlai
Uouulaa Couuty, Orcuou
Thewalrrof tluso HitIiib. loutiiln : loilhic,
Rromluu, I'litMnhiui. llio r.rtxin.ti' ol Iron
ami Lime and UilorMn ol ( aluium, Mugnenluui
On. Hnrltia I'imiIhIii. iM .ud 11 Hi litlu r over
auu graiui oi ioiiq niainr u iuu s.uou.
I.'.ld mi tli o Hiiuth.ru l'ac flu K.llroail
"Bhuta route1' from ban KrauuUco lo l'ortl.ud
In Ooualui t oiinty, Onion,
Aigrnvatud emu of 'Kliuiiiuatlmu, Natalia
l.rrl. I'.li.rhnl thn Mllllll.oh. IlYNIM'lUlA. 111.
beleii. Ncut.laiu, Malarial l'oUoulm:, Kidney
Trr.nl. I.. I on.l li.liull. II ICUI'l Ol 1110 KIU
Liver ami Bowel., and Vanvrval illiivui' bavo
bevu cureil by mo uto oi tui no mira.
New bath-roomH tolllli'ltol Wllb IHO main
bulldlnir. Foatofllve and Kxpreiwtiu tbo prtot
laca. lially mall, uortu aim .ouin.
Tariui-iio iK-r week. 12 prr day. IikIiuUiii
Tho Hotel la uudor tbo luiuitiiliatu tuiii tvli
CAI'T. Di:N. U. BOBWI.i.i.1
at our expense
If you're not pleased
MRS. N. BOYD
lllblca Which Contain Blunder.
Ol turiuiia liiblca, Iba naiocfl o( wblcb
fiKura occaalonallr in anlna, lb fullowioi
are Ilia beat known: Tba "VlneEar"
liible la au called rcaaae "The l'arabie
ol the Vlnoyard" la printed "l'arabie el
Iba Vlnr-nar." The date ol thia liible la
717. The "Herranl" liible tnaiea me
error ol priming Koraoi" ior oer-
cnl" In the third chapter ol oeneeia,
itiua: "Mow, tbo aervani waa more
ubtle than any Imaat ol the DelU
rh"Judaa" liiule baa a nan typo
raphlcal error, anbetiiutlng Jodae (or
behavior. "limn cometh nlaa wllb
hem into a place called Uelheemaoe."
The "Wicked" liible la ol 1H3I, aod Ibe
not" la left out In tbo Kevenlb Com-
raandmcDt. The urinter Iald lor tbat
blunder, ao II ia rrcordol, to tbe amount
Tbe "l'auan" bible coutalna In Ita
illualratiuna aome terrible anacbronlatna.
It n publirhed ia 1672, at tbe lime
wben (be aaua wood cote eerred tor
many piirineea. At ina Dean oi r.
Johu'e lirat Ki'iaclu, chapter 1, appear
Mount Olyinpna, leda, tue airen;
Dahbine and Apollo. Tbe leant that
can be anld ol the pktnrea ia tbat tbey
are good exainplea ol old art.
Tbo "Uugge" uible U exceedingly
rate, realm xci :j reada lo tne oiaiioew
Ihble U60I), "So that Ibou abalt oot
nede lo be alrayed lor anye boggee by
nygble." lly bugge la meant "bogle."
Iierloct "liugge ' uiDie win oriog ajuij
Ucia-iinnally the "Ilrtecbea" Uible
turn up. Iu Ueneala ill:, tbe text
reada: "And they aewed fig-tree learea
nteteer and made tbemaelree breecbee."
Coverdalo niakee il "apruoa" and per-
bans, comna nearer to primitive laaiiiona.
A queer mlatake le to wbat ia cauea
the'rIIe" liible. In Ruth il:l Ibe
compositor uiiaexod Knth, and maket
ior"be. Tbia blunder waa prtniei in
lull. The edition in which the word la
orructed ii known aa Ibe "bbe Ulblo.
The "Treacle" liible la tbe one in which
tli ii "balm ol Ciilead" (Jeremiah vili) ia
made to read, "There U no more treacle
at (.U1." When thia double blunder
waa made, 1557, traoalator and printer
were r e'.d to Irak, aod all tbe coplee
wre deetroyed, but aome lew escaped.
lieaile" cr "Iriaule ' le, not, aner an.
uch a blunder, becaoae, in the lGh cen
tuiy, "treacle" meant any kind ol any
antidote "or a mixture wbicb assuaged
pain, (ialaad waa, perbapa, the com-poi-i
1 lie "Wooden I-c liible ia ao caneu
from a picture, where batan, with that
conspicuous tail wbicb belongs to tbe
pari, sports a wooden leg. But wnv oi
wood? There may be man lurmises
ndulycd iu. One is tbat la hngland at
hat lime there were numerous soldiers
w ho were tram pa, and aome had wooden
legs and bad traite.
Cubana Are Active.
Nw Yokk. Nov. 4. A dispatch to the
Herald Iroui Havana aaya:
The Insurgent troope in tbe Held are
very active. On October 30 tbe Span
iards atiRtaincd tbo nioet revere loes they
have met ior eome lime. On the bor
ders ol MutaiizM province General
Molina was dofeatd by the insuigcnta
under General Uetencourt. General
Molina was on his way to Havana with
brigade ol troops to participate in
Ulanco'a reception. At A gu acute he
heard tbo rebel were encamped in Pur
gatoiy hills, and broke his march to at
tack them. Tho tight was a long one,
nnd tbe Spanish loes waa large. He wat
finally lorr.ed to rntreat.
Iu 1 mar del llio province tbe rebels
under tbe command ol Captain Lorr at
tacked a convoy that left an Cayetano
aud captured a large supply ol clothing
A report apparently well founded, ia
current 10 Havana to tbe ellect tbat Hoi-
Ruin has been captured by rebela under
General Cebreco. Tbat it baa been at
tacked, and tbat 75 rpanlarde were
killed ia admitted, but the capture ia de
nied. General Luoue with heavy reinforce-
menta left Havana yesterday for Hoi-
Iu a book on the Cuban war just pub
lished here, General Weyler writea the
introduction. In one place be aaya :
'The system ol warfare carried on by
me during tbia campaign is uot a new
one. It is the same aa that pursued by
the Americana ol the Norlu whan they
lought tbeir bretnren 01 tne bourn.
A million dollars in paper currency
baa mysteriously disappeared front tbe
treasury here. The money was intended
lor tho paymont of the navy and the
troops. This fact, coupled with an at
tempt to deprive the army and navy oi
their pay lor tbe months ol April, May
and June is causing great lmiigoailon.
Myrtle Creek flurmurs.
r'roui tbo Bvaoou.!
The Woodmen of the World will organ-
Ut a local camp here Friday nigtiu
M'ihs Julia McGhee is home lrom Cali
fornia after an absence of several months
T. A. Findlav telle us that he it re w ten
pumpklua on one vine thia aeaaou and
that the smallest one weighed 79M lbs.
Musdatnea F. M. Uabbert. Humphrey,
F'enton, Walters, Pyer, Bogus, and. Mr.
lioguo, went lo Uoseburg last Frfday as
aeiegaiea 10 ine v. v. 1. o. uouveuiion
held in tbat city.
Z. G. Hall, an old and respected clti
ten oi Houth Douglas, died at Cauyon
villo. Monday, Nov. 1st, 1897. of pneu
monia, after a brlel Illness, tie leaves
wife, three daughters, and two sons
The deceased was a pioneer settler, com
ing to this country In law, and lived lor
several years on tue Kaat Urupu.ua before
going to Cauyonville. He was a native
ol New York, aged about 00 years. Key
C. M. Ilryau preached the funeral Tuee
day, at 10 a. in., and the deceased was
laid to reel iu tbe Odd Fellows' cemetery
uuder the auspices of tbe A. O. U. W.,
of which order he waa an esteemed mem
ber. l or uvr Fifty Vcaie,
an Oi.o axp WkllTsisd RrasDV.-Mri
IMuiloiv's Hootuiui Hyiup bas been u.ed fur
over fifty year by uUlHouno! mot hen lor tbeir
cull'licu wbllo U'cibloi, wllb perfect lucct.
lUoolhck llio cbllil, loltcul IboKuwi, allajl all
iain,cuKii iviud colic, aud U the bent ronicdy
for Plarrhaa. 1. plcaiaut to tho tanle. bold by
ilrugifltla lu evory part of tbe world. Tweuty.
five vcuU a bottle. Its value 1. iuvalvulalile,
B.ture aud atk (or Mn. Wlniluw'i boolhiug
Hyrup, and lake no other kind,
Of th Aaaeaament of Douglaa Court
iy for 1897.
KUHBIta TOTAL VAL
Acrra tillable land.... I U82.020
Acrea non-tillable land
private 578,61 1,078,1(31
Acrea non-tillable land
railroad ..670,740 iVA&A
I m provementa on deed
ed landa 400,750
Towe and city Iota. ... -'15 OM
Improrementa on town
and city Iota 31.1,010
I m provementa on land
not deeded or pat'd. . 50.1W5
Mileeof railroad bed.. 110 6H0.760
Railroad rolling atock. 03.090
fnllman rolling atock. 2,323
M ilea of .telegraph nod
telephone linea and
electric light 251 10,060
Merchandise and atotk . i
io tri . 111,075
wagona, carrianeaetc .0,i2Q
atatlonary engines etc 85,700
Notes and accounts . . 428,1:0
Shares of atock 170 17,300
watcbee, jewelry, ete
lloroea and mulea
8hep and goaU
Or dm value of proerty
Total taxable property
Number of Polls
Uat Showing Annual SaUrlea and
When Term Expire.
Following ia a list of what are called
the presidential pnstoffices, solar aa they
are located within the first congressional
district, the name of the poetollke, tbe
date at which the term of the present
postmaster expires, aod the amonnt of
the annual salary, being given:
Albany, January 4, 1899.
Ashland, ov. , .897
Corvallis, Nov. 1, 1900
Dallas, Juno 29. l'KJO
Eugene. July 20, 1898
Forest Grove. Feb. 15, 1900. .
iraots I'aaa, Jan. 4. 1899 ...
Hillsboro. April 30. 1900....
Independence, June 29, 1900
McMinnville, Feb. 13, 1898..
MamhOeld. April 11. 1898...
Medlord, Dec. 21, 1899
Newberg. July 1, 1900
Koeoburg, Marcli 1, IS'JS
Oregon City, July 9, 1898 . . .
Salem. July V. lS'JS . .
Ibe loiiowing are tbe postoniccs 10
the second congressional district, with
the salaries :
Baker. City 1900
Heppner, , 1200
La Grando 1500
The Dalles 2000
Statistic About Oregon.
Settled at Astoria
Settled ia 1811
Founded by New Yorkers
Admitted as a slate Feb. 11. 1859
Population in 1800 52,405
In 1870 90,923
In 1880 174,708
American Born 144,205
Foreign Boru 30,503
Population (census of 1890). 313,707
Population (to square mile). 18
Vote lor Harrison (186). 33,2111
Vote for Cleveland (1888) 20,522
Net state debt : None
Real and personal property $35,000,000
Area (square milee 90,030
U. S. Representatives
Militia t disciplined) 1,808
Poet offices 660
Railroad (miles) 1,503
Manufactures (yearly) sio.H7U.wj
Yearly wages $ 1,036,500
Farm Lands (in acres) 4,428,712
Farmlands (values) $59,908,575
Farm Products (yearly) 3,234.548
Public schools, average dally
Latitude 42 to 40d 'N
Longitude .110deg46mln tol24deg 30 W
Mean temperature (Portland) . ..53 deg.
Tbe governors 01 Oregon have been :
Territorial Geo. Abernetby, 1845-9
Joseph Lane, 1849 and '53; J. P. Gaines
1849-53: Geo. L. Curry, 1803-54-59; JOS'
eph Davis, 1853-04.
State John Wblieaker; 1S59 02; Ad
dison C. Gibbe, 1862-0; Geo. L. Woods
1800-70; Lafayette Grover, 1870-77; S
W. W. Thayer
1878-82; Zenas Ferry
Sylvester Pennoyer, 1880-95; m
A Beet Sugar Factory.
Lou Amiklks, Nov. 4. Another
portant enterprise in the beet sugar
duetry is aoout 10 ne lauucueu uy
Oxnards. proprietors of the Chioo
torv. After examining several different
sites in widely separated localities, they
have ut last decided iu favor ol Uueoeme
Ventura couutry. In selecting this lo
calitv preference was tthown over San
Luis onispo aua bacrameuto counties
as well as over Texas, all of which places
were in competition for securing tbe
The production ol beets raised upou
10.000 acres of land for live consecutive
year has beeu gusrauteed (or the fac
tory's uao at the price of $3 26 per ton
during tbo entire term. One hundred
acres ol laud for the factory site has been
donated by Ibe local people interested
Work ou the building of the lactory
wilt begiu rromptly, iu order to have it
ready ior the crop ol 1698, It is to Lav
a capacity ol 1000 tuns ol beets per day
which will be iucreasod to '5,000 tous iu
1898. It will give omiiloymeut lo 1000
men at the lactory, while from 1000 I
1500 tueu will be employed In the tlslds
NOTH AND COMMENT.
Henator Wolcott does not aoem to have
accomplished anything (or silver, but all
accounts agree tbat he bas bad a rattling
Only nine weeks were consumed by a
Chicago jury in aacertaining tbat Ieut
gert was eitl er guilty or innocent and
that they didn't know wbicb. The
beaut? and ntilily of the jury system
continues to be impressive.
Il all accounts of tbo conduct of state
asylums are true tbe necessity of trans
ferring some of tbe officials from those
institutions to others, where they will
have no responsibility beyond pounding
drill or running a lute loom, win be
clearS. P. Call.
Emperor William for some time past
bas been greatly incensed at the unfa
vorable com meats made in American
and British newspapers upon bia char
acteristics, and he now has instructed
the chief of hie lltarary bureau not to
submit to him uf Mvspaper of tbis
A painful scandal is agitating one ol
the minor courts of Germany, closely
connected with the British royal family.
Tbe eldest daughter of the heir presump
tive ia reported to be in a delicate condi
tion of health, tbe cause of her trouble
being a lackey ol the court whom Bbe in
sists upon marrying.
Three million dollars is the value of
the wheat and flour tbat have left tbe
Colombia river since September I. Tbis
is as much, or more, than all tbe 1 u-
kon's gold output for the twelve months
past. And nobody has been starved,
drowned In midocean, murdered, lynched
or frozen to death in its acquisition.
It is proposed by the Ccoper medical
college of San Francisco, aod persons
who are convinced 01 tne etiicacy 01 ut.
Hirscbfelder's oxytuberculiu iu the
treatment ol consumption to manufact
ure Ibe compound lor tree distribution.
No definite plana have been decided up
on, but it is thought that the ueet chan
nels of distribution will be the health de
partments ol tbe cities aod public horpi
tals. Dr. Hirschfelder bas given bia
sanction to tbe movement, ai.d will re
serve no proprietary rights, Dr. Keilly,
of the Chicago health department, has
written to Dr. Hirschfelder, stating that
he hopes soon to be able lo nee the con-
sumt t on cure for tbe benefit of tbe pocr.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
ith Local Applications, aa they cannot
reach tho seat of Ibe disease. Catarrh is
blood or constitutional disease, and in
order to cure it you must take internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh Core is taken
internally, and acts directly 011 tbe blood
and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
Cure ia not a quack medicine. It was
preecribed by one of tbe beet physicians
in tbis country for years, and is a regu
lar prescription, it is composed 01 the
best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly on
the mucous surfaces. Tbe perfect com
bination of the two ingredients is wbat
produces such wonderful results in cur-
ng Catarrh. Send lor testimonials, free.
F. J. UHliNbi A cu., rrops.,
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Lassoed a Bear.
As Ed. Terwilliger and Ed Pope weie
on tbe Dorris bill looking for stock tbey
discovered a large black obiert in tbe
aage broah which ou cloter inspection
proved to te a bear, then tue lun com
menced. The boys unloored their lari
ats and took after bruin. After a long
base, with tbe assistance ol their dogs,
tbey latsoed the bear, ierwilliger
caught him by the hind feet and Pope
the front ones and tbey soon Had him
aid out. In this shape tbey toot the
bear borne, a distance of three miles.
When bruin was washed up neatly tuey
sent for Barnes A Dimick wbo took three
pictures of the boys and the bear. One
dog is missing, tbe bear having killed
him with a swipe of his paw. Tbe boys
ere veritable heroes now, aa this is the
first time such a feat has beeu performed
u this section. 1 reka News.
You can't afford to risk your life by
allnainir a nnlil to develon Into PU6U
mnnii or consumption, insiaoi reuei
and a certain cure are afforded bv One
Minute Cough Cure. Marstera' drug
dream ia one tbat
filla tbe heart
with intenae.t joy,
h.DDT dream ia
quently, It la not
In many cases lov.
Inr young couple!
fall short of true
because of tne ill
health of tbe
young wife. A wo
man wbo is tor
tured by pains due
to weakneaa and
disease of the or
gans that are dis
artinol De an ami
able and helpful
wife. 1 roubles 01
this nature rack
the nerves with
pain and sap the
their malign Influence the most amiable ami
k.infut lUnni(inn will become soured. The
wife that promised to be a cheerful, capable
and willing helpmate surprie her husband
by proving a sickly, nervoua, fretful ami
helDless invalid. This unfortunate outcome
nf i' r noa'a vnnnv dream ' mav be pre
vented or remedied by resorting to the right
medicine for troubles of this nature.
Tbe right medicine i Dr. Pierce's Favoute
Prescription. Over 00,000 women have sun
. itt unsolicited letters to ita discoverei
Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician
In the Invalids' Motet anil Burgu-ai mn-
lute, at Buffalo. N. Y. The " Favorite Pre
serintion " acts directly upon the organs
tbat make wifehood and motherhood possi
ble. It makes them strong and healthy
.ii.., inflammation and soothes pain.
, ainln imnn the nerves. It pre
nares for motherhood and Insures the health
of the child. All medicine dealers sell it
OI tne coiiu- nil uimivh,.
I lake pleasure," write. Mrs. Jiie V
Kulofv, BonueCo., Te., "inwnlinpyi
I am lu better health lhu I have bee
you ag. in
rra iu mi
ve.i.. I ihloavoui mcuiciue i "JT" ".'
.ri.i t kn. .r.rv wnmm who i. .micled I
was will t.ke it. Your F.vorite l'rrncriptioii
hs. s.ved rov life. I w. m4 able to ut t m. wlitu
U11 Kk until 1 Iwjan Intake your inliciur. 1
caunot thsnk you enough lor what you have done
for me. You can u my .Ltemeut a. you like.
Constipation Is the all-embracing cause
of ill health. Dr. Tierce's Tlea.ant Pellets
curt it, Thty oavsr grips.
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(HuixtMor to 1. JAHKUI KK.)
Practical : Watchmaker, : Jeweler : and : Optician.
WATCH KS, CLOCK!, J KWKI.lt Y. ANI FANCY ;OOIJ.
a.aaBi a at aaenas jb'
eiaiiiit IsruxilliiM Ly J InniirM niil Hionf nclcn
a I'OMri.KTS stuck or
C-itlery, Notions, Tobacco, Cigars and Smokers' Arlictes.
Also Proprietor and Manager of Rwehurg's Famous Margjiln Store.
Ur.ALfcito lit AND
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Finest line of goods ever brought to Roseburg.
Prices to suit the times.
Parrott Building, f Jackson Street, f ROSEBURG.
0c W4ikri rslfiSaQVUa
25c 50c Sy' ipt?ssUa
Our 'Ninety Seven
Complete Line of
Q are the
J of our
MONARCH CYCLE MFQ. CO. W
CHICAGO BrwTOEX lohvoh w
Send nine two-crni --Minrs for a detk of Monarch Playing
Cards, illuMraiinu Lillian Kusscll. Tom Monarch Cooper,
Lee Richardson and Walter Junes. Kegular 50c earth.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN."
Stock Ranges, Timber Lauds and Mining Properties,
Prune aud Hop Lauds of best quality, in choice locations,
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices and easy terms. Inquire of
Heels Over Head
in BUSINESS at
3D. S- KL BUICK,
. llteuttlMM ajuaaamay. Uaoaaa.
FURNISH ING GOODS,
boots, snoi:3, ni'c.
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