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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1899)
' ftonllmant MM
itn On Itottrr.
' a jMIDr Mwmn wily hi rnna, "i'
sad Of jfrwxt pornoiinl rlinrni find fin
J ninny winning manner", the dimnlitor
of prominnnt politic Inn, horsolf now
happr ifo and mother, nnoe iwRiiiled
Moltke, who wim luring a 1riof visit to
brr fathor'a country homo in Sitorin,
Into writing aoniotlilng in hrr autograph
aiviuu. TJ.is vr.is She entry :
I.nirn rcrjrvM ;
V. Moltkb, Frtdmaraclial),
Which in English wcmld b:
Truth irtll pnTll.
The wily damarl now doionninwl to
bido an time until she ahonld U able
to match Moltke'a dictum. When her
family had again nettled down in their
Berlin quartern for th winter waon,
Frlnc Bismarck railed one afteruoou,
and nil ahowwl him her hook, calling
hl attention to what tho great atrafe
gist had written, adding artlessly: "Do
yon think tho wimo, dear prince? lVr
hapa yon would liko to add yonr com
ment? And on the same page? Oh,
thank yon o very much ! And may I
opd thoTolmne to tho WiUiclmstrasse?"
Tho chancellor next day retnrned the
book, now a greatly treasured family
possession, and this is what ho had writ
ten beneath tho contribution of his col
league: WoM yrrm Icli, daw In 3onor Writ
Die Wahrhcit atcta dm f-Ion Ix halt.
D"f min Lu(W dioww Ix-bcns
Kampft aflbst Hn FolduiarsehaU VTrfrt bra
V. BiwuAncic, Rcichskanmtcr.
Very roughly Englished, the chancel
lor'" linos might run something like
In fntnre worlds, beyond tho pule,
Th. truth Is utrotijr an J shall prrvatl.
But 'painst cur mund.-ui lie, 'tis plain.
Field marshal crrn light in rain.
Men Ucoae bald more .frequently
than wonieu because of the closeness of
the hatsthey wear, which keep the head
too hot, induce perspiration and weaken
the hair. Tbo boys of the famous Blue
Coat schools of London, who never wear
hats, never become bald late in life.
Robespierre had a thin face, sharp
nose, narrow forehead and small mouth,
with thin lips. He always dressed neat
ly and was often mistaken for a depart
wont clerk or bookkeeper.
For Over Fifty Veaia.
A3 Old and Weu.-Tbiid RiMEDV.-Mri
".'Inslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for
over Oft j years by millions ol mothers In their
children while teeth Uy;, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the Rums, allays all
pala, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
lor Diarrhoea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by
druggists in every part of the world. Twenty
live cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable.
Be sure and ask (or Mrs. Window's Soothing
Syrup, and take no other kind.
Mktuodist Cucrch corner of Main and Lane
streets. Sunday Service: Preaching, 11 a. m
and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath school, 10 a. m.; F.
W. Woollcy, Superintendent; Class Meeting- at
close of the morning service: Kpworth League
6::ap. m. F. II. Churchill, President. Prayer
Meeting, Wednesday, at 7:30 p. m.
0. K. Arnold, Pastor,
Parsonage, corner Main and Lane.
United Biikthkk church on Fowler street.
Sunday service, at ll a. m. and 7: JO p. in. Pray
er meeting, Thursday evening.
Mrs. LCCY M. CiTLtr, Pa!or.
iT. Usaibok s Cuvr.cll. Corner Cas uud
Main streets. Services on second and fourth
buuday morning of each month aud every Sun
day evening. Sjivcial services announced fivm
time to time, P.sv. John Dauon,
M. K. Chi'iicu, South.
Services every Sunday
mo'ulng ami evening.
T. Cotton, Pastor
Battist C'Hi Rt ll corner of Lane and Rose
streets. SunJay sen ice: Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7: JO p. in. Sabbath School at ll) a. in., O. P.
Coeuott, nuperiutendcnt. jrayvr ineciin:; at
:30 Wednesday evening.
S, A. Dofoi.tN Pit.-!..r.
First Christian Chi r u Corner oi Pine
and Woodward streets. Sunday services:
1'reachiuR both inoruiiiu and evenius. Suoday
school at 10 a. in. Y. P. S. C. E. atC:C0 p. m
Prayer meeting each Wednesday evening at
.). A cordial welcome and gixctini? awaits
all. w. A. Wo- D,
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IS THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO
THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND
"PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK.
I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of ffyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "CASTORIA " the same that
has borne and does now bear on every
the fac-simile signature of 0i&ffi&jfa -wrapper.
This is the original "CASTORIA" which has been used in
the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years.
LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have always bought rtf on the
and has the signature of CzL&ffi&Z&x wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name except
Vie to"1. Company, of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President.
Do Not Be Deceived.
I)o not endanger the. life cf jour child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even he does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
m Mr mar m-m im m mm i
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
'.' Kir. A.n suCKtrt.
ti.r 'y Illinois ami Wlaronaia Cam
-! Ihrlr Mrknainm.
"!i i Id 10 IkhI been no baduera in
Vi i.v. " said a nativoof that state,
"VI . . .i t.i would nut bo known as the
Hn.lj.ir t-t. t. ,uid vit It did not receive
I i.o iiiimo Iioc.msn la)ger were there.
There were very few whito people in
Wisconsin territory in its early days,
I lio population Uing confined to the
iniliiary )w-is t'io uiiiv.ioimiy mid trad
ing stations, and tho lead tniuing re
gions in tho southwestern part of the
territory. Tho miners were of two
classes, inon who worked tho minea all
tho year round and men who came up
from tho Illinois country in the spring
and worked until tho fall, when they
returned lo their prairies and groves.
Tho miners who were permanent dwell
ers in the region didn't bother to put up
cabins or even hut.. In fact, material
for such dwellings was not abundant.
They simply dug holes in the aidoa of
the hills largo enough to give them
room to sleep and cook iu. Nowadays
those burrows wonld pethaps be called
dugont. but as they closely resembled
the subterianean homes of tho badgers
they were promptly called badger holes
aud tho miuers who occupied them were
"Any ono who cares to tramp through
that patt of Wisconsin today will coino
a pint deep excavations iu the rocks
regular quarry holes bearing every evi
dence of having been made long ago.
And so they were. Snno of them were
excavated 00 years ago and more. They
were the work of tho lead miners who
went up from Illinois in tho spring to tho
mining region. They, being there only
for a short seaon, did not mine by dig
ging shafts, as tho permanent miners
did, nor did they live iu burrows. Thiy
blasted tho surface rock, making largo
pits by their work, seeking what was
called the float lead and ore that was
easily obtained near the top. They oc
cupied the pits they made, as the other
miuers did their hillside burrows.
"Owing to the similarity of tho mi
grations of these quarry miners to those
af that ftmiliar fish which goes up
stream ic ;he spring aud down again in
the fall, they soon became known as
suckers, and thoir pits iu the rocks were
called sucker holes. Iu tho course of
years tho names badger aud sucker came
to bo applied to tho entire people of
Wisconsin and Illinois. Many of the
origiual badgers and suckers becamo the
leading citizens of their respective lo
calities and helped make the country's
history. Whci Wisconsin was admitted
to the Union, tho badger was placed on
her coat cf arms in recognition of this
fact, and it was from tho miuers who
quarried in the rocks of Wisconsin that
Illinois got her name of the Sucker
State. " New York Sun.
I.ivc and Ix-t Live.
Tlie uew-spjiivr that takf advertising
to fill vsp with cannot prosper. A news
paper that has it.-, rates too high cannot
sell it space. Tnere is a normal rate';
that is, a vato which tho publisher can
alTor-l to accept and make a profit, and
which the advertiser can aiTord to jiay
an-1 also make a profit. The profit must
be mutual, else one or the other will
"-t .p-.nii (Conn.i Sentinel.
Caro Bros, inform their patrons that
they are iu receipt again of Clark's Spool
CMton. Same old price.
tor line tone and high grade piano
get a NeeJbam. They speak for them
selves. It does not take a cracker jack
at a big salary or a paid musician to eel
them. All we ask is to look at the in
Btroments, try tbe tone yourself, and yon
will be convinced that Needhams are
tbe be.t pianos on the market, except
Chickeriog or Steinway. For reference
see O. F. Godfrey, A. C. Marks, or I. 15
Riddle, who has just received at his
borne a beautiful one in figured mahog
any case. The prices of these pianos
are the most reasonable for the quality
oi goods ever offered n this city. 1 can
i also give you inside prices on any make
j of piano. Ciil r.nJ see
! T, K. Rkuahuso.v,
! Roseburg, Or.
. is. e also nave in stock some
new and second-hand pianos second
I band $tjO to TI75. New 00 to 300.
TH6 KODAK CAN tie.
S-nr Iwtaims I Cam Trnfrm a DmsJI
FUh Into IMg On.
The autafrnr photographer who iu ako
an angler is well awiiie that hi camera
will hack him np when (toasting of his
piscatorial prowosw. One photo I saw
reproientol a lingo ll-di. tho length of
which appeared to rspial that of a 3 fvl
tnle, which waa ahni ahown. In reality
tho "take" was a little dace, or carp,
and vii'i'o Ix'iiiK ptKiiogiiipiiett it had
been hold very chwo to tho lens. Th
tnle, of cenrse, wa.s taken nMno distant
One f my authorities waa oiuv ru
gag( hy both aidoa in a law oiim
ronttviny, which I will call tho (.'it
Iannis InipiMVeiiientixMiipany, wanttnl to
altolish a tvrlam tmrt lomlttiH- from
Lomlvu-d street to King William rim-t
and were willing to ctt.ihliih in it.tstend
a jvi.-ago through ono of their own
buildings. The roinvnny'a plea was that
the court wa.s a dingy, not to any dirty,
one. and, fnrthornioiv. that it wn.- haunt
ed (it loafers of quest ionable character.
Counsel for tho other aide, representing
merchants having oliuva in the court
ttttly maintaiiuHl that the paswigo waa
well lighted and eminently respectable.
Photographs wero handed in from both
idea. Tho first photo allowed a narrow,
disreputable looking alley, utrown with
mbbish and fallen hoarding. The other
picture, however, showed tho wurt in
dispute to (to a fairly broad, well lightotl
city thoroughfare, frequented by lucr-
chanta of thriving appoarauco. These
photograph wero taken fnr tho houto of:
lonw votutnittet), but tho tuauor WM
Here is another case: Tho Shuttl
Machine compauy TacatOil their prem
ise in Clieapside, aud another aewiuf
mat-hine dealer moved in. In order tt
trade upon tho established reputatiori of
the company the ecxuul tenant left tho
old name on the windows and over tho
door, but added the wont "lato" in very
miunto characters for his own protec
tion. Tlie Shuttle company waved
wroth, hnrnght an action and engaged
phtttttgranher to take n view of the of
fending shop front from a tailor's wiu
dow (ippiisife. WHien this photograph
was produced in court, it was hantUtl to
the presiding judge n i-owerful
glass. whrexii his lorth-hip was able
to perceive th.it wh.it appeared tt the
eve to lie a mere onianseutal dash w;ia
in riality the jirotecting word "late."
Tlie photogniphor himstlf. 1-y the way,
was u4 nwaiv of this. Tlie a:rievod
sewing machine oumpaiiv secured an us
junctioa. Strand Magazine.
The Aim ol ChrUt's Work.
"Peaeo on earth" was tbi a:m of
Christ's work in this world, vr;vw Ed
ward Bellamy iu Tho Ladies' Home
Journal. Tho wholo gist of his doctrine
and tho harden of his teaching consisted
in counsels to men how to pat an end to
strife with their fell jw men an 1 livo to
gether with them in mutual he IpfuluetJ.
All this teaching, which wm tho wholo
content of his gospel, was grouped abor.t
and crystallized in tho golden ra!.
whereon our modern world is founded
as on an everlasting foundation. To t
lievo in C'Lvist and not to believo iu the
golden rule as tho only plan for social
organization seems to us a moral a'.$
rational iiapossibilitv an unthinkable
proposition. Just this, however, onr an
cestors undertook to do, and it is fair ?
admit that they were very frank about
it. They inado uo pretenses.
Notice is hereby given to the public
by the undersigned that I do not allow
dead animals to be buried on my preui
isee, at Roseburg, Oregon, or garbage
dumped thereon or eaud or gravel taken
therefrom, unless the party taking eand
or gravel first contract with me for the
right to do so.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted ac
cording to law. Aakon Uoi-u,
Roeeburg, Oregon, March 17th, 1SS5.
11 onr goods are new and oi tho lateet
styles. No shopworn kooJs on hand at
the Boss Store.
Mia. J. II. Suupe is local repreeenta
tive for the popular Viavi remedies
Any ono desiring bdv of these remedies
will please call on her at her home or ad
dress her at Roseburg, Oregon.
is the time to save money by buying
your goous at tne rtoeeourg -oveuy
Cash ritore. In baying three pairs of
shoes you can save enough to buy anoth
er pair. On clothing we can save you
from $2 to fl on a suit. Fall millinery,
cloaks and capes, ell sold at closing out
prices. Absolutely closing out. Call
and be convinced.
Balm of Figs.
Any ono wibhiog to purchase "Balm ol
Figs" can do so by calling on
dreeiing Mas. A.nmk BttKl.hV,
tjQ2 Cass St., Roseburg, Or
To the Public.
On and after this date, I wish il under
stood that ray terms for all undertaker's
goods are cash with the order. 1 find it
impossible to do business on a credit
basis, and belive that I can do better by
my patron and myself by selling strictly
for casti. P. Bknkoick, Undertaker.
Roseburg, Ore., April 12, 1895.
L. KOHLHAUEN, Proprietor,
!resh and Salted Meats,
'KON KT., KiihMVWi VK,
J. F. BARKER & CO.
H. C. STANTON
Eu )-ut rrc!.rl b ul itl tmk
DRY : GOODS
Ladies' Press (ok Is, Kibboas, TriimnikK,
Aces, Ktc, Kto.
A TINE BTlK'K OF
HOOTS AND Nil O IX
Of thf txt quality J (Uh.
Wood, Willow aud Glass Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
A.1SU ua hv-1 la Urn ouantllKf B-1 at prlM to
suit the time. Alw Urf stock of
Call at Stautou's for P. M"
I miiu Si I.V-.U ('in- c,
K-wt-uri; i-r-s.-u. lHci'mKr Iv-.-
'! Hlmr.i it :mv c--nr--rn:
V-.Iii,. i lu-rvt.v ei-rii lhl lln- Hosnl -.1
S'h-1 Lnn-l t'.-mtiii..-.iotu rs ol the MRU- til Oro-
S--I1. lilo-1 iU Ilus .'I'.l'l- H 1-1 !Illl Hill-
uttl in tin- l(in.ii;jt -i. f.;iovii-:
nw 1 . -. I n k 1 . ..i s.1 i l- ;;i s , k. - wi,
au-l hn. Aitpliot l-. itn-1 -u--'l-'-l lit- Mint-;
tlisl llii- lift! is i."n I.- tit- public for Iium-hoii
sti't h t'-'J-y lhtT--' t . y rt 'ti 1 11 ffiitxtii t.ionn,
ha Uvn i(-i.-.i in ii i.-uv i-tm-iit i-liii--. Iu Ihu
otUi-t- (or iho lii-i i-i. turn ul nil pt-pxins lul'-rv-sU-U
Mi. I the i-iit-Uo s- nemlly
uiiiu Ir uet six i ilHVt loiloM iu.- I lie -lu-
of liii iioticc. i.ii-'.t-t3 or t--iilt.-'H nKtlii.t Hit-
im ol the -ai'l t in imhiu.pi to any tract or
ub-tn tlii within nnv "ii tion or part of -vc-ti--n,
'lcirilnl in tin-: -t, on Uo- croun.l ihal
tht ttinc is morn utiinti'.t. for miurial Itian for
tfru-ulmrul .un-"-t, n i'.l U- mcivtl an-l
noi- il t..r n port to ihv Ovm rnl I aiul oiluc at
W atniis;toii, I), f.
J. T. BKIIKiKri.
J. II. HOOTll. Ki-git-U-r.
Ki-ti'iiir. tint 10
t'MTKIl TATfcS I.M, Orfn S,
l;..vbun,', Or-null. Jaiiuarv !). Iw.
T-i wlioiii it may i -.urvru
Noli-.. i lierrl.y given that tin- On con .t Call.
furnia Kii.!n.il Company liar Hint In thin ollic
a l.t of lrtii-U Mtuate-1 iu the toun.thit- ilc-
fcritrc-l !!o , ami has applucl for a patent f-.r
-ti'i luli-U; that the list U oen to the iul.lle for
iiiil-ecllou a:i-l a rour thereof b- deverii.tlw
snbli ii-ills. has be-cn IMist-.il iu B ouovcillcut
iute in tia onice mr too inspection of all per.
out interested an-1 the pul-lie gem-rally, to-uit:
miiiii -.1 in-- inn-llll.l i ol Hill
ii : I mi ii. mo Kiuisi
4, all of sellout .i,
:il ami :i' ami the;',
10: N1 of NE1 ..
11. 1.1, ! , IT, il. .'1, j.., J7,
( :i: !' , ami s1, of
ami l."l 1, J. .!, 1,
10. 11, U. 11,11, 1., ! .nil. I IT.of nee.
Within the next i ty ilays follou inK tlie date
I tliix notice. i.rolets or c-mtesls scalixt the
iitini i.l the -.mi-any to any trai t or tuUlnU
n ii it!. id any section or part ol s.-ttion. dc
-i:t in Hi. i.-:, -u Hie xroiiml Hint tho -mi
re i H.ua .li' l-ir mineral tliau for arti-ii't
urni i.ii'i.ii-. . ii in i re-eiv- ti an-l n--ti--l lor ic
ritul: ie nil l.un.l ' 'Ihee at Washington
J. T. BRIIMiKS,
J. II. HUOTH, .
Notice For Publication
I'MTKD States Land Offick,
ii Ii-irg. Or--iton. liec. if. lWs.
Noll e i lier- liy civen that the followinir
naim..l ..-ttli-r lias flle-1 notice, of his llil.-ntlon
to make tins: uroof in muniort of bis claim, ami
Unit s.ii'l . r . -. I ii: be inaeil l-clore the R--tislcr
n l Keeeiv.-r. I niie-l Matfs ln-i unn.-c at
Ko- bur-,- Or---.Mii. on Junnsry 1WJ, vU-
Kl IN(i K. I'UW KLL,
r-n hi II I.V N-i. 7r.l f--r liie lots No. 7 an.l
-. J-). I. JI It, 7 nest. Ho names the
f-'llowiiia witnesses to iirovc his continuous rea-
ttrm-e iiii.iti mil eiMiiviition nl sain ihii-i, vi
K. (liifoii, -.f MilliKMxI, Orevon. (i Crow
11. ol M il .,o.l, Oregon, 11. F. Ka-li-r ol kel
u, Urivon, (j. V. LliniMiiek, of Kobure
J. I . HKlWljK.-i,
On the S. P. R. R.
Douglas County, Oregon
ly open for recep
tion of guests.
Water cures Rheu
Kidney and Skin
This old reliable aud
tho most snoM-aaful
hi.eclallst ID Han fran
f-iw o. still continues to
euro all fscsual and
5cmlnal Discasa such
as (lonnurrhwa, (Ileal
htrlelur.. SvDh Ills lo
all iu forms, gikin 01.
vtVity, Impotcncy. tseml-
. . - 1 UI..L... unit I Aa
ol Manhood, tho conse-
fiiii-iH u ol sell uiuse an-1 eicesw-s ir.MliicliiK the
lollow ini; s in), turns: sallow ( oil lite-nance, ilsil
-ils iimlef the eyes, pain 111 thfi hea-l, riliKing
Iu tlieeuiH, vS of conliilehi, ililliileni.o In ap-l-ioa-IiIhk
slrHiii'ers, paliitatiou of tho heart,
weak in-lib of the limbs au-l buek, loss of imimiiry
i,in.. -h on tlie do e, coiikIis, roiiKiiinptloii, etc.
1J U . (illil:.S has practleeil In Kan Kranelseo
overlliirty yi-ur- ami those- troubleil should not
lull In roiiMilt liim and rccelvo tliu benelit of
Ins i-r-'Hl hkill ii-iiJ experleiicu. The doctor cures
uheii olln-is liul, Try Mm. Cures giiarnleei,
I'erhoiis cure. nl Imine, (!hr?es rcHsolialilt-,
(.'nil orivi i Ie.
Mil I. K. i-llillON, W) Kcnrliy HI. Han Krail
LIVE LET LIVE I
t'nilerlln- alioif motto I will still roiillimr- to
nrvev for all i-arlles ilestrlna mr as Islaiiee
an c nulnerr pr snriemr. My t liaiirea "III In-n-s-ainalilelatnt
my murk siiaiaiilee-l. Am also
a Notary PuMlc.
Ail-lrt-M in at iMt-vt-lan-l, UmiihIm I'o., Or,
11 Ml! flCMI'ttt I l-M AKIilVK
liom Curilaml front
' hsll t ake, Ivnvi-r, Kl. I fast
Worth, Omaha. kail- i Mail
ss ( Hi , HI. lonls, 7 Ji a. in
I hleimii and Kasl, !
W alla W alia, Kpokatn-, '. hativ
Miliiu-MI-oll..! I'anl i rlyer
liiilmli, Milwaukee, 10 la a. iu
ChU'Hkit ami h.a.t,
Oca 9taamshlps I p. til.
All allltm dales stile
Jim-I lo t-hNitvt-.
Kor Kan f ism Im ii - j
.s.tl Ki-s-.i. , l.i, l
to Alaska - . p. .
sail r"epl 17,
Columbia Ulsrr 4 P. in.
1 1- m.
Hltamora. ! K pnmlay
In Astoria ami y
W lllamrlt Hlifr. '. I l i
7 a m.
lrs'lott t lly, Nt-itl-erv, j t. .-Mill-lay
' Hau-tu " ay I ami us
Vlllamstl ami Vsm
Onuoii I III , liavloii,
and Way Landings
ri-itlaml lo t ori allls
and ay Ijiii-Iiiiss
:l JO p in.
tt a in.
Tiles, t hnr
i 4 i - Ml.
i Tnes I Imr
Klpaila l l..-lstou.
1. 1 owl.lon
II. Ill HI. Ill Ml-,
(ienersl I'axsenivr Agent.
. K. Ik N. Co..
TUB lit KBIT Kol' IK V)
Colorado and all
(ilies eliiuie ol two favorite routes,
ll r tin-
I'MOS r.U'lKlf Kast Mull t.lm-
tUO l.RAM'K Stu'c I I ins.
Look at (he lime -
1) i days to Salt Lakt
2) i days to Denver
3 J j days to Chicago
4) i days to Xcw York
l-'rce Mccllnliiti (luilr curs, l ii-
holsiicrrd Tuurlal Mlrrpliitf
Cars, I'ulluiau I'Mlacc Hlcr
lajc Car si opcrntt-cl oil till
lor (uiilu r inli.i mslioii -y)j I..
J. T. GIVAN5, At., Koseliunj.
O. Terry. V. U. Coman,
Irae. Aut. lien A-t.
l.'l Third St., r..ii!ii.l, or.
EAST AND SOUTH
- VIA -
THE SHASTA ROUTE
- OK Til K
Southern Pacillc Co.
Blprrss trains Iras rurtlan-l aailf.
witilh I I North
6 our. m. I I.t. I'ortlaiid Ar. I o :. i
SiOO I'. M. I I.v. . Koaeriurti I.v. VI J r. I
N IS a.m. Ar. Han Krnneiseo I.v I H ill r i
Aliove trains stop at all i-ruieli.al slatlous
ts'tween l'orllanil an.l .-sl- in, Turner, Marlon,
JvOereou, Albany. Tsiiii-ut, HIhkIiIs, lls sejr.
llarrlsbilrK, junction ( Ity, KiiK-'iie. ollsne
(.rove, Drain, Oakland, au-1 all ilatlous from
Hose-burg to Ashland Inclusive.
I .Vi. M.
b oi r. m.
t ;J r.
7 Si A
DI.1IMJ CAliM Ol IXillKX IIOI I K
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
!ii:coii.ci.Aii Ni.t:i:iaiM; ins
Attache 1 to all Through Trains.
West Side Division.
Ilclwccn I'onlaiid and Corrallla
Mall train dally (t-xevpt Suuilsy).
7 A. M.
II .S-A. M.
.YM1 r. M
I .ii r. m
At Albany and (.'orvallls counoct with trains
of Oregon Central k tasluro railroad.
Express train dally (except Huuday).
7:JS r. u
H 30 F. M
H Z1 A. M,
fl M A. Af .
1 -IS I A. M
Din i t ciiini tinn Ht .-sii Krani-lseo with )c
cl'lenlal an-1 Oriental and I'scilic Mail steam
ship lines for JAI'AN AMI CHINA. halliliK
nates on appiii ation.
K. KOKHLKR, C. II. MA It K HAM,
Msuaxcr. Ii. K. ik i'ass. AeDt.
Kates ail-1 tickets to Ivi.terii points nud Kn-
rojic. Also JAI'AN, CHINA, HONOI.UI.I' all-l
Al'.iTKAI.IA. Can bo obtained from I.. II.
MOOUE, Ticket Aifelit, or V. C. I.ONLoN, Hose
We are always In the Lead, and mean to
The Oolden Harvest is upon us, and farm.
en are smiling becaueo Woodward -loo.i
to their iuUrest.
These are all Leather and Warranted.
At Iteduoed Prices,
Consult your purse and be sure and see
Woodward before buying.
W. ti. WOODWARD
Imdhi A tvX the most complete stock of hardware.
If you ate interested in Hail) Wire fencing buy the
"WnukcKan." Hcst and Cheapest iu the Mar.
Churchill & Woolley.
l 4 cv .? is (Qsv;LaUMrclnv .0. r 43 4CMo
his is the
C. W. PARKS
KRU5E & SHAMBROOK,
DK.M KHH IN ALL Kl.N'HH OK
STAPLE 1 Fid! GROCERIES Hi PROVISIONS
FINE TEAS AMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
Al.SU A ft LL LINK OK
IS A I It I. 'I..
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Parms. large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION UIVKN.
Stock Ranges, Timber Lauds uud Miuiug Properties,
Prune ami Hop Lauds of best quality, iu choice locations,
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices and easy terms. Inquire of
ID. S- K. BUIOK,
sra&. ss ai mmmm llssaaastjs', HafsBt ttsa.
Tongues and Sounds,
Salmon Jkllics aud
AWll aM JKIB SKJKVU .
rROTTINO AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY,
HKf A1R1NU OF ALL, KINDH I'KUMflXY UONK.
Mliup on Coruer WunliliiRtou
R M. Beard
309 Jackson Street
Has added to his stock of Hardware, a fine line of
Coffee, Tea, Making Powder aud all kinds of Spices, Cocoa
and Chocolate, Tobacco and Cigars; Sugar aud Salt. New
floods. New Price;;.
A full and complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Kvcrything offered lor sale is fresh;
and sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which wc invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers. J
duo Ixxir Houluof I'. O.
I UN I III Ri, ORIIUON,
.MRS. N. BOYD.
(J. W. NOAH,
uud Kmc Mia., Roltburg,