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About The Douglas independent. (Roseburg, Or.) 187?-1885 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1878)
BATFJRl'AiT pr. 7 i;8
T11E Uil AT1LLA COUNCIL.
Tlie Indian Council,. which coo!
vened at the reservation, Umatilla
county, mr'er the supervision ot
Guend Howard, met August the
26ti. There wi re present Gen.
Ho ard a:d his. field stufr. Gov.
Chudwick and a large- number of
tlie'citizena of Crnatilla county.
The reuh t ihii coUKci! is sat-i-iV.ct
rv to ilie citizen or' E;ttern
Orvgou, us the issne will leuch the
Iii'iiiiii t i ti t lie is respMisihle .tor
i lit viohtti 'ii id ltiv. Ti.e Indi
ana were represented bj the chief
and heid men of-rtln 'Umatilla
tube. T' ey were requested tti
exprt ss thwin.elvoH upon t he situ
COMMENDABLE ACTION. I
Jlosebarg Remembers Her Suffering
The wheat crop thi year will ; uti.i, which ihey did, -each pro
probable not reach the average in j tessing great uffetimi -tor the
whites. The remarks ot Genera
Howard were extn mely brief. He
did not ak them to do anything,
h' lold tin-in what he required of
them; ui.d vvhat he ii t ndtrd that
tht-v should do. He told the
chi'id-' thev :.m lift I ring him everv
Indt in who had eotiiinitud inv
violence in the late-'ont-hreak; he
was eo'itid' iit the hiii- knew the
guilt v men f t he tribe; thev inu.-t
give hostages to him as u pledge
that 'hev would d. what .he re-
quired t them; and that if they
did not do a directed he would
march upon tlnir reservation and
force thi-m to comply with his
requirements. I Jn'fe remarks
ca u s d coi i f.i d e rab le ; co n t u si" 1 1
aj)Ang the assembled Indiana but
the tic iimess ot General How an
convinced them that there- was
no alternative but to perform the
requirements demanded. To
hostages were given and further
developemenis will be watch id
wit n interest.
It would' appear that the right
fours- ha Deeii taKcu to aetu re
a peaceful solution of Indian d;f-
b'eulties. So Ioug . a. Indians are
not made responsible to the law,
and so long as the avoid the
penalty by surrendering them
selves, the difiieulties will never
I After. the Coat cil Gen. How
ard started north to interview
Moses and his Indian, who have
proii ised to meet hiru. Moes and
its band have professed " triend
this county. As to what the price
may be one can only judg from
What it has been and h now. Even
Jhis is uncertain; but we leel as
esred the farmer will receive a
fair profit. Farmers are careful
that their wheat is cleaned and
well prepared tor market. There
need be no apprehension that the
grain shipped fn in this c unity
will not stand competition in any
market in the world. Mr, J W.
Strange brought to this otHce h
tmall quantity ot wheat,- and each
grain appeared as white and elegit
es it it had been caielullv wash
ed. The grains were bin ill, but
plump and full.
The San Fnu cisco bulletin con
tains some suggestive reflections
on wheat exportation. It says .
The bulk of the heat cop ot
California 'and Oregon : shipped
tO-Eiigland at present as it comes
' from the hands of the harvesters
tirea amonij the expoits Irom
Ban Francisco. But rare as this !
13, it occurrs olten enough to
,ihow the possibilities to that dt
" VVe can not give" the paper's
remarks iu full, but it goes on to
discuss these future possibilities
in a cleai and succinct manner. It
may be lti the years to come our
character, and instcd wheat we
will export Oregon flour The
principal objection to the; idea if,
expense ot constructing mi'ls. It
.may, however, bo stated ttiat t. e
spleudid water penver ot Oregon
is unexcelled, and should these
changes occur, will reduce the
runniug expenses materially.
Trade, of cou r e, is governed by
fixed 1 a ws s u p j 1 a 1 1 d d e .ii a i . d
and t.pash f-.rward or resirai.i is
equally disasou-. We must
The UoarJ f Trnstpoa nf then
Ros turg appeal; to their fellow
citizens m behalt ot their suffer
ing count y men at the Sonth,who
are perisiuiiff from that terrible
scourge ellow tever. Blessed,
m wel are. with health and a cli
mate utf!urjas,-el on -earth, a,,y
an abundance, euch as tew neo
pie ij y, the Board deems it
their duty to rniike' an. appeal to
the. citizens in behalf of iho sut-
feiina lrothers and signers. Citi..
... :,. . ( - . . .: ... .. .-: ..
zens of Rose'urg, let us show our
gratitute to the yiver of all good
l3" cbnlributiug mm the abuud-
-."!. . '
a nee anat lie h iriven us.that we
may the;:by les.-ou the suffering
oi iMH pei.ple .in ihoe sorrow-
stricken cities and village- vt the
. Sf'dn after this commendable
action oKthe tarrf the '.Board, a
. : i I . . . ..
supsc 'intion paper was started
25 o.-ing s-iyned in' a tew mm
ntes. Subscvititious will be re
chived by J. S. Fitzimgh, the City
ban i: ranciceo
The man who bravely tacts
those who have lefanu d him dur
mg his abserice deserves well of
the people Such n mao $T, at
least conscie ti us in all he duo,
and willing to abide the toi. se
quences of his acts. - We have be
fure US the speech ot Senatot
Mitchell, delivered recently at
Portland, in which, he calls upon
those who have miss-represented
his acts during hu absence to
come torvvatd and Mitain their
representations. There was u t
one response." The Senator giv- s
a taithfnl aec u.it ot hid steward-
bhip and those who ar? not blind.
ed by prejudice can not otherwise
than adciit that lie hu made a
NOTES AND COMMENT.
? It frouLD be diflicult to pnve
anyth ing more clearly than the
PoUe i' committee has proved that
i' was the Oeternmuition ot the
Denn eratic lealerf at th'e tmie of
the el 'ctoral count, to inaugurate
another general Southern reheU
lion, llearjCJoloual Burke before
that committee: "Therefora, with
us ail attempt to inaugurate the
Packed government, vas bound
to plujnge Louisiana into anarchy
and strife;; we preferred to make a
natioi al issue, in which our na
tional friends would be involved
as we i as ourselves."
There is a touch of pathos in
Gen. Fremont's remarks upon
appointment Govenor of Arizo
na, lie expresses himself as ex
tremely gratified at this mark of
favor from the President diid ays
that h s has been a checkered career,-filed
with miich honor and
misfortune, and that he is convinc
ed that the ordy course left for
him is to bejjin life anew. Mrs.
ship tor tho whites, hut as their Fremdut is said to fully syrnfla
practices have not been in ac- rl,'ze v,,h her hu"ba,,fl'rt "ew-am
eordanen with ihei- r-rorni: tl. bV" l w sharp with
- , . I 7 . . :::. ': . ' i , ' . . 'i'''."
Genend has arranged al! his sol- n,m elwnor this new position.
diers vvithin striking distance. Private letteis from Paris Ex-
lithium, complains bitterly of the
Dependent, Upon Congress Uelfiis'Wies and unfairness ot the
rr a. r .1 I ifOJio. . r ! uiEiiei i aic 1111 iwsuu
I hu ti (TitPOitutu mt 4i f i h: un. I ..;.. O I
v. I Ait hif nt'nri- tru hmtit ir nliLimAn
tire Indian service tor the n-cal .-' 1 . -J . . '
anu the award- to tl eir own
. I . '. .....
countrymen of the valuable med
als otjthe Exposition, regardless
of the mernts are so plain as to
excite ill feeling. Tne French ar-
pear tip think thi U their only
harvest and they are "making hay
white sun shines.
It has been claimed for the" raiN
the Yakima and the confederate rend sysieru or England that acci
tribes and baud. in' middle Oregon Ulets are of rare occurrence in tha
Teni, Wasco and Warm pni.g country, especially thoe of a t fa
Indians, These Indians will he tal character.. But . the lacs do
then entirely dependent upon the not support this claim. It appi ars
bocn) of Congress. I that from official statistics pub
Archie Brown, the Hobber and Mur
Mr., Cafn ?aid that B'rown had
stopped at the house four nights,
a;oing out during the day on the
excuse of hunting tor work, i Mr.
Cain's daughter, who must be a
reader of nature, old her father
that the stranger was one of the
murderers. The old gentleman
studied over it but would not acv
ense'a man -without proof so time
ent on. The newspaper came. to
the honse having in it a de-crip
tion ot the men, "and as Brown
thought to prevent detection, tore
out that portion which related t
him. As soon as Mr. Cain's
daughter called his attention to
this tactj he became convinced
that he was the nian, aihd yester
day afternoon made arrangements
to capture lorn. He livrs ahour
te i miles d 'vn ! the river near
Sail vies I-hmd. He call"d t his
assistance Joseph Kiley, and; last
evening auout .7 o'clock, after
Brown returned to the house as
usual, they stepped in upon him
with tour aces or rather Kur bur
rels ot shotgun which was the
winirir hand, and he at oiuO
gave up. One of the party
covered ; hitn with his gun,
while the 'other made bun last,
and doublv fast with a clotues line,
tIAS OPENED A. CICtAlt AND VARIETY
btoie next door to the bnrber sliop, ud
nearly opi)8ite to the P sto.Sc n t h
one of llie Inryreiy, Pi-'tcka ol lmMrie l aati
DoiaKHlic Clears in eticli ever brngttt to
Uofeliurjr. liis s.otk nlso riuuracfs nit the
favoriie brands of Chewing and .ni'ikinif
Tobacco, Mrcliauiu Pipe. Noiious. Can
dJes and uihnr articles found uaahy in a
flr-t-cla3 fstabhsiiiiiHnt of tli kind. " Mv
prices will be low and my i 'mu caih, and
a e lift re of public paironagt; ta r-uecitul y
1 will eive tiie abyve rewjird for ins
formation of the whcivaboiiw t uiy in
Bal UruckiuT. who lef'i lua o im, at
unlav, tour we-k3 11 lit. i iwvnt.V'
three year aire, a Iljntr triaii -nul p'aks
I rokc-n Eiiliiu. JJ IN UilUCKNEft.
lio-iebur, QrvjZ m.
blnck UOjg. " cro,-ed n . u wtrtt, mid
a split in -ar ; iarin insi e
forward, pay cihii-j'.. t I.iJ! n itn- o to i
pay o. infra iOJN B.'tLH'fCN Ki.
On Hdiii Ovv.vin JiirAi, o-'r:uw-ai d
ORISON AND CALI 02K1A
s it a a i3 ihiin
Tin cum to tin mmzto
the Quickest, Safest aud Easiest
bTAOES. LEAVE ROSEBUBG
fcvt-ry day at 6 a. m , making quick cormec-
tion at.Ueadmx witu toe cars oi
l C. & U. It. B.
For full particnlartt and paasaire apply
BU'iTUN & PEHKINS. Afpou
t m - . i "r.v .:..:rmi.
Y , 5wAtoA EAA. fV" V
S A Ij K
neHutime releaviffg him ot iwo
pistols. They then piled him into
the wagdi and hur-ied away as
ast as possible to this' ciiy and
pbced him in a place of safety.
Blue Mountain Itailroad.
Mr. Hahhersham, engineer on
he Blue Mountain and Columbia
Uiver railroad, -aysttiat tnere are
uow twelve teams and fourteen
side of liruatilla, and the Compa-
year ending J una 30, 1878, was
84,741,075. Amouir the tribes
who will receive their last install'
incuts next summer are the Flat-
heads, Kootenais aud Upper len
d Oreilles, the Maki us the Nes
per:e, the Quwiai-eiis and Quih
leh-utcr), the Skallani", the Walla
vvol !a. Cay use a n d U ma ti i la t ri bes,
in that country that duriiiii
the Iistear 1.174 person were
and 3,705 injured iy rail-
. . .A KISb i.oi or.
G R AD t I i I I ( MCKS.
I liaVM a 5 ii ; lot of (jradt ii MiTiiui bitcka
at my tnriu, k.x tin s n iiliwi it U m
dur -, wliic'i br. ders o Bo.-i t J fiml to
meetall rquir n'iM8. wbich i wiil wll
reai ahonablf tor canh. 11. CoN, :-r.
Aujusi 3, 1878 ... , tf
.WING DIP POSED OF UU MEU
cantilt Biisnioss at ('aiivonvillf to
Messrs. T 'kla B.idwu !, Co.. cf iSan Fran.
citmo; we wou'id refpertluilv call tltvai:e -
t)on of those indebted to ua and aik then
to uiake imuiediattt fMtboi.ent.
Mai:k3. Sidkman & Ci.
MARKS & CO
Tl E PA BTN E K ! II P OF" --AN! U 1 L
Marks. Saul Marks. Aslit-i Miu kw. mo
Win; I. Friedlund dt;inii busiutw und
tLi firm nam- ' Murks Si- Co. is diasoiv
men at Work Oil he grade this j edby; lb reuieut ot Mr aul Marka
Ai4a ; : ira oi ham ursoi win tit; uoui
And all debts dim said firm to be col
UV expects to grade about thirty -fCttni by tbb rrmaini? members. The
. . ... , lirm name runisina the aiinie as lu reioh.re.
SAUL MAltK, -A.-IlEd
vVil. I. FUlfc.ILANDB.
Roskbuko, i ., Se nemln-r 21.187?. i
miles ot road this summer. Work
will now progress rapidly as eight
milesof the heaviest grading will
bring the road . to about eight
miles this side of the n-w Wells
stage station This road when
completed, will facilitate the
transportation the products ol
A. BUSIIELMEIH, !
Has Pennaneutly located iu liiwebar,
Kastern Oregon and thereby add opposite cosmopolitan hotel.
to the wealth of :he whole feiate.
WASHINGTON TERRITORY. I waL guakhastke all .
- .' i : ."' ".
Superior o any pcriorn.ed in Ortvo" i
WHOLESALE AKD KETilL DEALEKS IN
General Mer ciandise
tlave constantly on hand
ifch as '-y y. i
ont PTorf acts J
D 1 TJSSLY TEGX3AE13
Its action oo disexso la entirelydiaerea bm
any medicine ever introdaoed . . three tests
ihoold be continued until U ettecta eomplet
nns aad etcnulatee the hrer to Wuiy acaoa.
r. w. im. m ATitlmlY carta? diseases asM
ting from Ind gestioa, or weak and impore Uooa.
S ECHED HEAT,
L LOTH 1 NG; D K Y GOOD x BO nTS THE H0LLIDATS
GROCERIES AfiD FROViStOfiS
WINES, LIQUORS &
rioofk TO BE SOLD j
MUCH OJIEAPKK !
! TUANBFEOKE OFFKKED IN .
3rLO JES ZD BTJRG-.
The Walla TValla fair will ope
o 1 1 Tiiesd y S ep t . 1 7 1 h .
Gen. Howard, in his visit" to
Moses, is attended by tivc compa
nies of troops. -
A Seattle papor says the' vese
table crops., in the White river
valley will be ouly about half the
usual yield. GREAT SLAUGHTER U PF.IGES
A ten nale. contrast for grading
was Jet ty the Seattle and Walla . J C-
Walhl Company last week. j Has the largest and bent fetncti-d stock ot
steamer N rthwest has the exelu SPRIiG AND SUPER GOODS
sive trade Wallula and Lewistin Ever brousrlu to liou jr. wiiicl. he prS
her owners f'hargo live dollars pses to oiler to the market at priced.
. n,..a.t..i. fi-.tVMt tltun ilu. lower f huu cti any ot her bouse m
, ,. , ... , .. , I - the citv. rlis at't.R e!uriCea
"mg monopoly ev.;r uiu. Dome- ; the Uii Nve!u. m
body help,us;howt !
The nt. nexed table shows he killed
numthly expoits from Portland Tw al-eident in Oreat -Britain;
' '. ' n . I I
lO.Oilll FrailClSeO tor llllie IUOtltll9 Mnri.lp in rim Krato
.. . ' rt - Mv " '
or lbim: i ft7R Ann -
' T "
MoUtbS", ;...:. , 1U lh PBffcS .,,1r;.lt;.. 1117 Qrtflrt ' Cimaf J
AmfiNt ' 80.07.1 "'I '
St-rrtember ...118,f39 "umber ot acres .usceptable ot
r -v i n..- i m I ,...h:.u. .... win Aim Anrt
iWa-n In-d.m.m dii,,Wd uciooer.. sj,i3 u.i.u..t t,. umu-
.1 .....wl.o. 1 oa 07S . i;5 i...:.... tan nnn xt.,.
on So,000 botids to at pear at the n . ...i.--- - qi 0.17 . 1
L. . UeC tllher dl.Z47 Upr v.itPa n t at Prft dentin
next Urcutt uurt m the Dalies t!inill,, 2B.a22 - . .1 . '.
r' 1 i ..,.... ivh .nil vu IX! i n .
February 1,287 . 1; ,.,. . .
i.,t. qii cast at nisi oias eiecu ui was
iUl Vl ......... v
VVe have . received Siptember
number ot vThe Resources ot
Oreg m and, Washington.' .: It
a splendid edition, its mechanical
execution is t uperior and con
tuns a guat variety of inf'rmu
tion. It should be we'd circular
to answer to the .cmiri'i of u.an
slaughter. He had his examina-
liou before JudgeMcArdmr: Tin
deiision caused considerable ex
citement among the Dalles peo
ple, and so incensed them tlui
tby. burned the Judge hi etiVgy.
iAr'Jcles ot incorporatiou have
been tiled forth purpose ot con
structinj; a narrow guage railroau
34,Ot30 in round numbers
be set down at that.
The yellow fever scourge c n
tmues to aje througout the
Southern estates. Hundreds ol
new cases are constantly being
reported. a The suffering is tcrri
ble, aid is pouring in Irom all -por
tions of the Unittvl States, ai.d
yet there are ; jhouimU who
are dvincr lor want.
Dennis Iieartiey continues to
Some parties wlio widi it, I ave gyrate before Eastern audiences.
started a false report that the. edi j He does not appear to gather a
tor of this paper has e vered his gr.'at deal ot strength although
connection with the same. Wei cnwds sro nt tt hear him.
would not notice enh puppif1.
only honest people may L e!ieve
their stories which are abolutely
When the late lamented eclipse
was doing its level best in New-
Jacks-m county to . the Jiexur t,,e ' ueu,u 1UU,U" ue"
The incorporators are the ,iev,n? the sun god wm anr'. or-
. . I 1 L I ' .
wralthiet men in Jackson county. ea ine wome .i to run arou.m
. I . I - I .:" .'I'M ''." ..I'.. 'I
heade.1 bv Hon. O. O. Beekraan. " raf IrttvK naKcu Qnl
The capital stock of the company da,,H was over. They are now
is . 62,000,000, divided in shares regarded as the Savior of their
of 200 each. ".The 'road U pro-A race.
posed to run from Jacksonville to I Thej pillory was used in Scot
to Ellensbn g, at the mouth ot j land within the preseut century.
Its last victim m Glasgow
received - the oblations of the
crowdJ but when ' released irom
the crib, wt & violently tossed aud
aAsaiiell by the crowd, aud was at
last ca it head long into the police
KxGovernir Haight, of Cali
f rni.i. died a tew diiys ' ago of
Ladies' Fancy Crood
! AND ALL STYI.t.8
SKIItTS. UNDL'tWEAU. LACE CUFl'S
IXLLAltt. EMtsUuIUEIil. S TIES,
BIU, EIC. ETU-. ETC.
Ue desirex to inform fiira.Ie that h !ta a
JeffDavis is talked of as Demo, U .u.,,w,ct ot
cratic Senator drom Mississippi, CLOTHING AND GEfiTLEfEfi
audaprobablv Wilkes Booth, if ; FURNISHING UODi,
lVlllg, WOUIU IU-O .Ue Similarly Compulsing Full Siv.a. T.-. .carf,. Cra
honored bv the Chivarv Democ vat- uAl, nH Si"-. Wtdie
. v V .
racy of Mississippi, who believe iir
rebellion, reoudiation and assas Ladies Gent'emens uiul Children a
' i t
Wool and Produce
Of every description
no n HI CK- un
Highest Cash l'nco Paid for them
a u s mahks &co.
SMOKED IIAMS,BAC0N AND
HD HZ TF 2
Freshly caro d nd of F1KE QUALITY
The undersifintnl would ray to the citi
zens of Uiseburir that he has just cured th
finest lot of llama, Bjicod and Beefev
offered to this market; and that-no one wil
fai. to purchase the saute vvnen one the
examine it. .
Prices luwtr than ever. , ,
JACOB BITZER .
t. q mim & go.
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Pilar rai o,o;io-y
Patton's Block, Ftate street. Salem, Ogu.
lARTICUL.Ul ATTEN HON GITEN
to. prt-pcriptions, and all orders bT
mail or express filled irr:ut)try and accor-
atnlv. -.: . ..
Plivictaic mid Country balers wil 1
savr mony hy vsamimnir tmr stock, or pro-
curing our pri xs, belore purchasinjr !
Tliis fStablithuient is the
Dcst in tfie fitnle I
an l conceded with it is a large "
WAGOI YARD WITH FINE ihCD F.OOy
Capab e of accojntiixltinsr an-s
hi mg and wagon.
He who loses his t e mpe r 1 n a n CROCKEltY , u L ass W a HE, o 1IOCE u I ES
loses th"e argiiment t ,an upply and C.-a,Tr than All.
i Of. all descriptions.
I am also wn for ibe celebrated
Dayton Vovlcn Mills are
- I ' . j i . . t. n t . ...
heart dt-ease. He wh ail iioooix mnmn- uay anu mgni. x ney
..ij ,.,! u-iii mmdi-res have $25,000 worth- of blankets
Of Sde in' ile mattt-r of the estate of Laren
"KTOt'ICE 18 UEIiEBY GIVEN THAT
JLi pursuant to an order heretofore made
n 1 oa . . . : .1 . r. . ..
at the Court house door, in Kosebaru f,I,?"VQl fV.r ,nan-v l.m8 '-ww. I rmp.cN
Douglas Canty, Oregonsell at public ' .l-l "l; ",U ctomera.n.t h
f.Mat. tniwnt . ttw. i.wV..o, puwicjr.-nerally to 4-xmii.e the Ktock ii
btddr.Vulgecr to widow's dower, tb fuls I wVe i1 111 firf u ln v rJ w7
lowing rWribwl m PBtiitB belono-mtr tn ,,ul 1 "ave utlHormiy re
tlM Vm t of laren Davia. dvaed. tr-wl . QUCeU l,r, ul C. FLUtU
The Donation Land Ckim of Kobert Mc
kee. containing 149 and 23 100th acres; all
that part ot the Donation Lana Claim of
liobert f ntpps, that lies nortk of the booth
Umpoa river, containing 120 acres more or
Jess the S quartrr of Sec 28, Frac N E
quarter of Sc 34, N W quarter, Frac S W
quarter and "N half of S E quarter, N VV
quarter of N E quarter of Sisc 33, W half f
tu half and Si E qairta of N K quarter ol
Sec 27 of T 28, of It 6, W of WilJamettee
meridian, aontaininff 932 and 18 lOOtii
acres and con aining in the asrgreyate 1,
201 and 40 100th acies mrre or less. AH
ot said land b elny sitnated in Do u arias
( tounty. Orejron FRANK DAVIS.
Administrator of the estate of La' en
"KosEBtnio, Ogn., Sept. 2, 187i
SALE II , EOtriTDEY
B. F. DKAKE PRUPlUiiTOR,
CSTEAM FN(NEif AV MILLS.(iItlST
Mills, iteapwra, Pumis, and all kinda
and styles of Machinery made to order. Ma
chinery repaired at a short notice. Pptern
makinar done in all its various forms, end
ill kinds of brass and iron vastinyr fui
nishedat short notice. Also nianufactar
of Enterprise Planer and Matcher, aud
Stickers and Sharpers,
. II AVE SUFFEIU'.D FOR - SEVEN
ve.rs, Irom the etfecte of a cold: autTer
vi a hundred times. ia fact I have
1T. tor death to relieve toe. if mv m n
U Imh-d under the treatment of the iittiii OF . HAY AND oRiUF
MjS I'uj'sicians of Urejron nd Califor- J - . -
ia. Uut reci'ivmjr no beueg. from tiirm, I Always in fall supply at living pricea
no reliet for me in this world until peraua An - Unc IS Allowed" to 0?
de.iby ineir s io try Mr. Dr B. A.Owens. Away Dissatisfied.
tl V iFt Lnrl I Atndur Ixui I.. ....... i ...... f ,
1 mt with rut liriitaa f mclif ,' I I,.. ,1 i. .. i
iitiflttr hir ipintnnt a. trlr i i, ixu t Jail to irive us h call, for w hits trf.
M Inprve rabidly. 1 went under lief treat- i ,im,n, lw 811,1 ,n quantity,., quality
menv last area aud was there three
mont a. Thanks to her I am well aain,
and lift? is a pleasure to uie once more. -It
isn w over four uioi hs since I stofpMd
hertreatnient and still I f. el well; m jrain
iHjriti ftrenjh every uny. I wou d ad
vce alt sickly women to give her a lai
rial and I assure thni they will no
regret it; forimorta) tongue can not ex pre
my Krtit tide to her I tub Cj.nr,
LataT3TTE Yamhill O . Or ct. 5
MAR FINE MILLS
iicated at Suar Pine Mountain; Postoffic
Address, Looking Glass, Oregon
The Company owning these mills would
a y they are prepared to fnrnisli the
at the most reasonable rates.
dUOARPINiS.FIU & CEDAR
Lumber always on hand, and all persons
wishing to purvaaae lumlwr will do well to
give us an opportunity of filling their or
ders before going elswhere.
J M CALLIUHAN; President.
WKKiin & CARLOS.
IW.ung Glass, Oga.,
Goasral . "icrdiaadi:D I
CLOTIIINU UA'fS, BOOTS, SHOES,
Crocksry and Olaw&re,
Groceries, provisions, Tobacco
. - - And Cigar. .
Are prepared t give eatusfaction ta all.
rnis noTiL has eeen estad-
-- lished for ;i numljer f years, and Las
become very pjpular with th trsuir
SULZPINQ ACCO M Q DAT! 0 N 3
A ,t the Tahlo supfli-T iTi;j tlr3 UrA ills
mar&'-t af!ords. .. .
Hold at the cVpot cl tl.8 Railroai.