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SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1SS5.'
"' ' ! BALT3TAT0SY.
Having purchased th Douglas Inde
pendent from C. Btll, I nw, in con
formity with a custom from true im
tnemoral, make my jolitesi low. And
now haying assumed the responsibil
ities that will necessarily accrue in this
new delation, w ask the liberal indulg
ence of the pullic, as we attempt to
In "conducting this
our main object hhall bo, to
make it the vehicle of all cuneut news
especially devoting much space to the
local department. WTe shall carefully
look after the interest of Southern
Oregon and Douglas County in jmrtic-j
ular. A few words will suffice to pro
perly indicate the future political pol
icy of this paper under our manage
ment. It will be conservatively dem- j
ocratic. We belive that the geuins- of
our system of government . was con
ceived in the brain and nouriahed j in
the heart of Jefferson. We believe
tha. in the selection of officers, his ad-
miraH..tt . sbould prevail,; honesty,
integrity and , capability. W would
not remove an honest and efficient re
publican, and replace him with an un
worthy democrat, just for political rea
sons. In all case3 where fitness is
,abaut the same, we would support the
slemccrat, in short, we shall earnestly
-labor for an honest administration of
affaii-s, and4will rebuke fraud aud cor-
l-uj)tionf wherover, and whenever, the
same may come to our knowledge, ir
respective of party.
'The business management wiil be
'directly under oursnpervision, and hav
ing purchased all the bid accounts of the
2 ndepeudent, we hope our' many pa
trons that are in ariears, v il! hel us
just at this time with a little shining
lust, that we may be able soon to give
you as good a paper as is published in
Southern Oregon. Our predecessor, Mr.
Ball, has been courteous and fair in this
business transaction so fur as we are
able to judge. And launches at onee
into a lucrative law practice. .May
his length never grow &horter, nor his
shadow grow less.
J. K. N. Bell.
The following persons were appoint
ed Road Supervisors by Iho Connty
Court: District No.'; 1, John Cowan;
No. 2, P. P. Palmer; No. 3, Edward
Ifaynes; No. 4, Thomas Kritsou; No,
Colvinj No. 7, John Paul;
No. 8, Samuel Carr; No. 9, Thoma
Clark; No. 10, T. W. Cowan; No.
.IsaacJones; No. 11, Phil. Pinkston;
No 12, Hampton Patterson; No. 13,
Isadore Rice; No. 14, II.C. Underwood;
-No. 15, John Hogan; No. ICy Wm,
Kruse; No. 17, Jair.e3 Richards; No.
18, T. W. Gorrell; No, 19, ,Jasi L.
Howard Martin; No. 22, James Short;
No. 23, John Livingston; No. 21, R.
Cannon; No. 25, Obe Barker, No. 26,
Thomas Grisdale; ; No. 27, Newton
Livingston; No. 28, J. J. McCoy No.
29, M. L. Rushnell; No. 30, J. L.
Thornton; No. 31, David Lenox; No.
.33, J. II. Whitsett No. 34, D. W.
Hunter; No. 35, J. II. Bane; No. 36,
AVm. Perdue; No. 37, John Steph ens;
No. 38, VV. B. Drake; No. 3D, James
D, Burattt; No. 40, E. L. Rice;i'No.
41, Thomas Devins; No. 42, Wrri. P.
Day; No. 43. Henry Harmon; No-; 44,
II. L. Wilson; No. 45, Peter Weayer;
1 46, Oren Gilpatrick; No. 47, II.
Redfield; No. 48, R. II. Ward.
P. M. J ohnson is and has always been
a progressive man, fully abreast of the
times in all that concerns the general
welfare. It is to him our people are
Indebted for the introduction of that
benevolent institution known as the
Self Endowment Association. When
this was first introduced people called
it a humbug, but let us judge it by its
fruits. The following have already re
ceived the loan promised them. Sol
King.eiOO. Paid ont $49. Norm
Lilly 0100, paid $58. T. J. Blair $100,
paid $58. J. Mason $100, paid $61. C.
Albright $100, paid $61. Jennie Pond
$100, paid $61. That the association
so far has done all it promised none can
deny; then if it has kept it3 piomise in
the past why not believe it will do the
sjme in the future! ''.' " i
We clip the above fiota the Benton
Leader of January 9th, which goes to
ahow that the Mutual Self Endowment
Association is equal to its pretensions
nd pays all its obligations.
Ladies Medical Adviser- '
A Complete Medical Work for
Women, handsomely bound in cloth
and illustrated. Tells how to prevent
and cure all diseases of the sev by a
treatment at borne. Worrb its weight
in gold to every lady suffering from .any
ff $ese diseases. Over 10,000 sold
alieady. Postpatd only 50ot. Pos
tal, note or 2 cc. stamps. Address
NUNDA PUBLISHING CO Nunda,
L T. Nov. Ut 3-m
The EailrOad Commission.
Sanator Miller of Josephine county of
has introduced a bill "to create and
establish a Board of Railroad Com
missioners aud to define and regulate
its powers and duties and to fix the
condensation thereof." Such a bill
will necessarily attract much attention
irom tnewuoie peopie oitueoiWuu
havo.suileied so much from the-extor-
. .1 i t -1 J it . fi... U 1
lions of the lailroad companies now m
TliJu Villi rn-i ttiiiloa for tli
existence, ibis bill provides lor tne
election of three commissioners, two re
publicans and one democrat o be elect
ed by the present legislature, which is
to fix their salaries. They are to elect
their clerk. Tlie powus of the Board
are to enquire into all the business. f
the companies and it has a right to ex
amine their books for this purpose,
Their duties are prescribed in the 9th
section, which provides that after per-
fonal oarnination ft shall appear that
repairs are neeesparr, or auditions to
the, roiling stock or station houses, or
that any 4cltait;e in the lates or fare
for transportation of freight or passen
gers U reasonable or necesnry for the
use of the public," etc., it shall be the
duty of the Board to notify the com-
,,, l,ith h.ll bo given hearmg,
out ii tuey iau to convince tne i,oaru,
it may fine them for neglect to repair
and may forbid the railed company
to charge any larger rates or fares thai.
those fixed by the Commission. :
Having carefully examined the bill
yc n,euuiira..u tu out 8-
...... 4. IT7I.: 1 .. .1.,'Cl .1. i .. i -i
pervision of the railroads we have
never heard the claim that it was au
thorized to interfere with the manner
of their construction or renaiis. If
loss of life or prorperty occui-3 by rea
son of neglect in either of the?! par
ticulars, the law already provides a due
remedy for the sufferings. If a com
mission were to decide upon these
questions and there was nov refusal on
the part of a company to comply with
its orders, we would respectfully en
quire whether the State or the com
pany was responsible for an accident
caused by a defective bridge or culvert.
Tiie Ingest judicial authority in the
United States has decided that the
States have the authority to fix the
rates of freight and fares on the rail
roads within their boundaries, but this
gives them no authority to delegate
this power to a commission aud if it
did; we deem it contrary to public pol
icy to do so. Not upon the ground
indica'ed by a railroad magnate in Cal
ifornia who said it was cheaper to buy
the commissioners than tlx legislature,
for such a thin could" never happen
n Oregon, especially as two of them
would be republicans, but becaue it
imposes upon three men too great a
responsibility. The people of Oregon
have demanded of their representatives
without distinction of party, in unmis
takable terms that an act should bo
passed regulating freight and fares on
tho railroads and preventing discrimi
nation in regard to tho same. When
such an act is passed aud it is found to
woik injustice to the railroads or the
people it will bo time enough to provide
for a railroad commission to remedy its
defects. The legislature c.xnnot shiik
its responsibility by any such sham as
tho Milh r bill.
The Committee on Cwlebration of the
Inauguration of President Chiveland
met at .the office of Lane & Lane
last Monday evening. Every member
wa3 piesent. W. G. Woo l ward was
chosen Chairman-and L. F. Lane Sec
retary. The meeting was enthusiastic
every member evincing a lively and
sincere interest. It was resolved to
raise a fine flagstaff", hve good music,
good speaking and a good time gener
ally. Everything will le arraugpd to
make this a memorable gala day fur
Roseburg and its surroundings. The
Committeewill do all they can to se
euro exclusion raUs from the railroad
company for visitors. Why should
not every Democrat in or around town
do his best to make this occasion a
brilliant success. Since the organiza
tion of our government, the Democracy
have wor, including Gov. Tilden, ten
out of seventeen regular pitched con
tests and this tanth one wasmo?t vitally
imjoitant of all. On the morning of
the 4th at the hour of half past nine
here the hour of twelve at Washington
will have been reached and the solemn
graud oath of office will have been
pronounced and sealed by the lips of
President Cleveland. At that moment
amidst the general rejoicing our people
here will not be behind. We predict
a most thoroughly happy day. As for
the nijjht we leave that to the Yankee
Doodlers. Their Ball will be the af
fair of all within the memory of man
in Southern Oregon.
E. J. Harris, the poftilar salesman
for Fleckenstein & Mayf r, while cumin?;
down on the sleeper Friday from the
South was unfortunate enough to have
a fifty dollar greenback abstracted from
Men and Things, as Ssen Through
Our Own Colored Glasses-
The death of Schuyler Coleax
brings into view that" portion of Amer
ican history in which he took an active
part. Poor Colfax! He was just at
the height of his popularity aud the
waye vM bonje him
. .r awJ her wLen tLe CrtttUt
MyUHer exvosin.Q caine. To no onQ
not even Oakes Ames did that expos
ure bring so much public contumely as
to Colfax. The former stood like a
giant at bay, admitted everything an.l
claimed it to lt honorable. Colfax
equivocated, denied and was fuv.ud
guilty. II accepted hisfate with a good
grace and as quietly as possible slipped
out of public hie and his bright hopes
were gone forever. What a fall was
there, mv countrv uienf Ekastcs : C.
Bil0oKS ti)8 Democrat mixed up iu he
aiiair, took it harder even than Colfax
and went home aud died of a broken
heart. But tho heart-ache thai Colfax
must have suffered all these long years
can but be imagined. Garfield was
more fortunate ' than aiy connected
with the affair aud the case against, luui
umJ() 0, . ,,ut ht lost
uiagnitiueut I1)ajolity of 19,000
alld Wtl8 rfcturil to Con-ress with a
death htl.aggl- by a lliiltry 4000. This
am M American8 wohip
hu m fo,.given him
Bla1ne ofan the men accused by Ames
lh h the ordfclll without
M II IS IfHITIi 1.CIIMI Id I : WllllltJ L1I21.U
he could have done so well in all cases.
It may be safely doubted if any of the
men interested knew what they ' were
doing. It was a tnoney making afl'air
and had its legitimate side. That
Ames i.ever fullv informed the invest
ors cannot but be believed. It was a
kind of 'blind poo!,' and it is safe to say
that Colfax, Garfield and others
were mo.e negligent than guilty. Yet
for Colfax it was the death knell to a
long and honored public life; but
around his earthly grave that has just
been dug, there is nothing but sorrow
aud tears for one whis ambition and
fame have long been burid in the grave
of a political suicide. .
What a great man is Thomas A.
Hendricks! How the Hoesiers do
ieve him! Honest, able and -brilliant
he is the beau ideal . uf an American
statesman. We love to think of a
manbacked by the great strength of a
great state aud to ki;ow that he i
worthy of that support. And then
wketi th.it state is a doubtful oue wbat
magic does the mans name carry with
it. V lieu jriENDuiCK s name was
added io that of Cleveland, instinc
tively a feeling of safety cam to every
Democrat and it flow from heart to
heart: "Indiana is safe!" What would
have been Cleveland's fate if the con
vention had tacked on a man like
Engilisu to him I shudder to think of
it. Would not Hancock and Hen
dkicks have swept the country in 18S01
All honor to the great Indianian, and
inav his name ever be enshrined in the
heart of his countrv men.
The sale of Syrup of Figs is simply
immense. Everyone is taking it, and
nil admit that it is the best medicine
ever us.rd. Children cry for it on ac
count of its plvaant taste, and grown
up people who have used it once never
take any thing else. Unlike other
remedies for biliousness and constipit
tion, it never loses its power to act,
and it always leaves the orgatis on
which it acts stronger than : before.
Besides, one feels fresh aud bright and
realizes that it is Nature's own true j
laxative. Dr. S. Hamilton is aent
A Great Discovery
That is daily bringing oy to the
homes of thousands by saving many of
their ('ear ones' from, an early grave.
lUly IS Dr. Kings New Discovery for
o ' . fx i n l i .1
Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Astbarna,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice
Tickling in the Throat, Pain in the Side
and Chest, or any disease of the Throat
and Lungs, a positive cure. Guaran
teed. Trial Bottles free at S. Hamil
ton's drag store. - i
Backlea's Arnica Salvs-
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, und positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give jwrfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents pei box. For
sale y Hamilton.
The January number cf the "West
Shote oontains descriptive sketches of
Union and Umatilla counties, with ex
cellent views of Pendleton and Union
cities. PS blockade on the O. R fr N,
is also illustrated and the reading mat
ter is of the usual merit.
CoL Shoemaker, Inspector! of gov
ernment timber lands, was in. this sec
tion a fw dam lately, j
.Next door to the New Bakery.
LOUIS CELF U
WUhea to inform th 5 public that ha as a number
ewiiitf iucbaV ur kale al hu si.or at reviaceU
ricc. . . -
Tha Cldridge, SpringfieU ani Siisr,
Till LATEST IMP337ED SACiHE S
Call and sea at Louu BelflU Waiehiruluri; Stem a
good bariiu ty ovary oua wiau.a W ljr fciiis
Who have Sprin;; Water to introduce into their er
and houses, fur family use or irrigatiion, thould ue
TAi C3;i3.1Tt , CONTINUOUS PJP.
llavirpr the County Right I can sell to farmers
CUEAi, witit ai)Mchui to do the work. Wiil lay
th ova by contractor by the foot, as may be de
sired. -Warranted to do good work or no ray.
Thousands of feet have been (aid in California and 's
working tatiaLiotoritly. it le superior ta any pipe,
jood for year, don't rust, and keeps the water clear
and pure Call aaa e
CLARH& BAKSiC PRUP&
TTAVIKO PURCHASED THE ACOVE NAVE
1 I mills ol t-. st,e;iiens and Co.. w ato nnir pre
pareil to funiuh any auiouiit ot tho best quality o
ever offered to the public in Douglas couctr. We
w.ll luruish at the mill at the followmj pric:
No. 1 rousrh lumber 112 per M
No. 1 fl florin-jr. " lush .124 per U
No. 1 fUoriiir. 4-ihch... ..f28perM
No. 1 fluisliinjr lumber... .........$20 per M
No. 1 flnHhnitf lumber dressetl n 2 sidei. .24 per U
No. 1 nnialun; lumber Uresscu on 4 sides . .fM ir
CLARKE & BAKER,
CIVIL BEKD STORE
V. X. ARRINGTON,
Dry Gools,Q-j:oo3rics, sto.
All Kinds of Producs Taken in Exchange
CIVIL BEND, DOUG. CO., OREGON.
D FL :SEGGR
Cunjs all Chronic Diseases. Catarrh,
Atbuia, Consamption, Neuralgia
Hbeumatism, ParalyBin, Brigiits Dit-
aee. Dropsy, White Swelling, Siif
Johns, etc. " -
Tliia treatment thoroughly purifle?
the bl;wd. drivi. c all itnoUiities an i
corrupt matter f.o in the whole system
and brinM eac tend evry nerve aud
mui-cle to a bealihy rlateaudi;3naturu
work. ';;''.-: v;;.; --' : '.1 - .
All who are siifTeihii? from Chron
Diseased are requested tu ohII. There
will be no charge tur cona.-ltiiiij with
ttie patienn. lerms lu all casbs renu
able. ' A. Skcord.
lloseburg. Ore j a.
Eldorado iineral Water.
j CIIEMlCAli ANALTS18.
CUBMICAI. lABORvroHY, A!WT OFT1CK, BuLUO
itooMd AjiD one htNMS, 624 aurameiiU) street, Han
t iauoisoo, H)V, -is, iis3.
lle.rs. iioibrook, trrill and Stitson. Gentlemen.
I have sabuiutej lu quoiiuttive uuali'aii the rtauipl
of iiidadvj wa-r handed uw lor exaJiiinutiou and
ttud it t coiuiot of tna foilowitij; substances: Chlo,
riuo, iodine, uarhnnie At:id, Iron, Alumina Liuie
ilaL'iie&ia, boda and uwttuic uuvtror.
b TUOHA3 PlllCt-
Julian Joseph, of the well ki own firm of Hoffman
and Joaeph, of. Albany, bear the following teati-
ALBA.Ni", CON., Deccmlcr 20, 1883.
Cbo. W. Joxm. iear sir: I would bei e ,ite to
you that a year ago 1 i.uiTored uutoid agonioa on ac
c uutof pile (bhiitl) aud weut to I'oitluud to ijet re
lief from docU-ri tnere. I met Mr. Apple of i-kottf-burg,
who auvicd me before seeinjf the -doctors to
try your Kldor.tdo Mt neral VV ater. I tiid so aud h.id
one doise bottle scut to rue by A. K. Champagne.
I ued one-halt uozeii bottles, taking right before ev
erv meal, one email' vlass lull. I uot only was re-
thankful lorit, because 1 euffcUd more tha a I can
lieved, but I am uenaiiuy cuiuu uy iia i useu, unu
exl)re.s, 1 would advise any one euuenuir irom ime
Siiaee T to try your Mineral wter. t-bouid you
have any occasion to use tins statement uo ko. iiu
I are at liberty on mv account. 1 think this is ihj
i least I can do for yov, ai I was curbed by it. l.e.
soectiully yourd, JULiAJi usiiru.r
ttOSEBURG, Dec. 3, 1833.
GEO. W. JONESt Dear Sir. r'rom sheer curioait
I was induced to try Eldondo Water and wrj not ot
ly surprised but hijfhly gratitteJ with the result. 1
have for many year been a sufferer from uypcpia
and have tried every kind of tjeuain kuowu to
pharmacy and without result. The contrary was niy
experience trom the u.-e of your mineral water. Ta
ke,i according V directions it produced immediate
relief and iu a siiort time. If oiitnme.1, would secure
permaneutcuro. To any who will avoid irritating
stimulants, I am satisfied it will prove ofv luabie
comfort and benefit. A a general regulator I louud
it most excellent. . l k LANE.
Mr. Geo. W. Jo.vss Dear Sir: I have been
troubled with neuralgic pains in my head and cheek
bone?, tor several year, and had give up all hopes of
ever jfctting cured. I went to your medical springs
.with my son James and got some of the water, and
drank it freely and found that it was a mild physic
1 used it three nines a day for a little more than two
months, aud the pain- left me aud I have not felt
them since, and that has been 17 months ao.
II. CONN, SR.
Eoseburg, Jan. 25, 1S84
DALLAS, Dec. t 18S3.
From Mr. M. W Parsons, last August, i received
one bottle of the Jones Eldoralo water, from Dr.
Hamilton of Rosebure. Used half a bottle for ca
tarrh and can fully recommend it for that dreaded
disease, ss I have not been troubled with the com
plaint since. D. T. SEARS.
I have also usod the Eldorado spring waler from
JoneV spring, Douglas county, Oregon, atd am, fully
satisfied with the eult, as I was bthed vsth ca-Ui-ra.
W. C. BSOWX, sserchant.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia
and Liver CJoaipUiat? , Shilob's Vitaiizer is
guratl to ears yoa.
Boots tt Shoes,
ilats C Cap,
Trunks aud VaTices.
Sverythliis in the liac of
will be sold from this date on,
Give us a call and convince yourself of oar GUEAT
BARGAINS at the SRICTLY ONE PRICE STORE.
Would Respectfully Announce to
Than Ever Before to I uhnisii
XSVEIfcYTIIIIN O IX THEIR LIT
TTAVING lately added a New J. A. Fav Mouldhis -d
the VKKY BEST
k FINE STOCK OF MOULDINGS
' AND SUGAR
l1 LUMBER and FENCING lurniehad at HAUL) TIME
THINK CEDAR RTTSTIC. GRAIN SAWED FLOORING FURNISHED ON SHORT NCTIOE liAKA
i'lCKEIS, tie., for FINE F.NClJiu a specialty.
THOU Reference see Residence of Cy. Smith, 4 mVe --
X Dound to make tho best Lumber and to five 6btL.lao.ioit. Uivo us a truu.
A 11 orders left with Thos. Sheridan will be promptly filled, and all Lumber delivered ca snort not.cj
Xx. aiter May 1st. All orders should b Addressed
TJiis Bce is Fesei'ired for
ABRAHAM, WHEELER & 00.
in A- lilt
AND BUY A
One of the biggest and best stock of
nothing but tho best
Dont Fail to Ss Me!
W. . Woodward
SHERIDAN BROTHERS, EOSEBURG, OR'GN.
They would annoaac that they have just
Larg33t Stock3 of
Ever brooaht to DotvxUv V when
iwnKn,i it V. a I)V F ADR TIN VV Ali u
Ih-s. sat pSy iu their Hue oi a.iy Uuse
..n innlai vtwnlil'r.
' In An shape ot budding tnteri
U e ,an uivt. vou tarcrains in tlie lo. .wino; brands of stoves not qnal ed cla
bKr -liuck's. D..nnza. Farmer Utility. Uexter, Pacific, WHe CWud
Occidni Inn. Klnif, Euipire City, and t.ihr stove aud raujr".
The b.-rt of wotkin-n ai constantly -mpl'y4 in the uianuiactare -u-and
huvwrs should Ifsrn our prices. , ... , .
We have also taraMins to ofF. r in ffnus. such as U inclieetrt, Miarp and ,
i w'l mm in Shot-u ud and l'ito' . .. .
' We It! ibo A w. for th White Peerls and N.w Hme gnmg Mac!
sell at lowest rates and warrant as coiurde te w every repect
We can also supply
A'crill and Rubbp Paints,
t " y one caa"
' Cloaks, -Jerseys
at 10 per cent alave cost.
the Public that They ake Better
Matching Machine we will keep au Immeaae etocK
Sl-astio on Hand-
! WELL SEASONED CEDAR
PIUSES. Uood sound C ED Alt POSTS, BAILING
awve town or Dr. HaiuUton'i, Rosebury. we are
LOOKING GLASS. OBEoON.
Yon do Tliait
NEW SET OF
goods evpr brought to town,
leather and have got
IN THIS LINE,
received aud now have on hand oue ef the
General . Hirctoaro
adlci ti their STOVEri OF ALL. V v
they nr preparedto deciare thy hare th
m iSouheru Orftou, which tliey irptt
the ay t loekt, butts, rtet w can oS
. ' IN. , FACT
Every tiling in that Iiao
AND MUST -BE
Sold Olieap for Casli.
Call cntl Sgs mo Boforo
ALSO AGENT FOR
STEEL-WHEEL HAY RAKES
. (Su-ccsiors to Tnos. P. Sheridan)
DEALEuS IN nARTWARE, TINWARE. STOYES
GUNS, CUi'LKI.Y, AND TUN.NSUS VS.-
. N1SU1NG GOODS. -
tin stors:, UOSERURC, Or.
Harmx secured the aoove business, we are
pared to keep up iu foruiur good naiue for work n
Z.ri W have tha best of material and always
full atock of goods ou han t and it is our aim to fur
nUh customers wun ur-ui r.w;ics av live au i
lve prices. A tun stoct ol
Iron and Stool For-
Dealers from abroad will receive prompt atteu
K. S. k J. o. saiaia
THE CENTRAL HOTEL
Corner mt CaIi and. Ros Strt
Board $1 per Day y Singla M:a!s, 25 ceats.
IT Th U bouse has lately chn;el hands
aud is thoroughly renovated and refaruished
Th traveling pdbliu will tiad the beat
NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYES.
Free 'Biii to anil from tho
ITavi nw haA 9R veara' e inerience as atchmak er i -
Oregon, I fee! confident tfivin ati3faciion in til .
work etitni3ts-.i to me. 1 have a Urje stock of
Wutche-K, cloc ks and Jwelery wmja will be-sol a
I hxve the iGountv patent rijrht far th jtfe of 0 i-
crete Gambit P.pj far k:iveyi.i,' vtr t ajjt puj
Fiint riht hand roon., uj-stairs Vr
Marks Store, il? p-tii s and alteration?
L. F. Lamb. Jons La.
ITTOBNISYS at LAW,
.'...'.'..f ' ' ' . i
Omen. Ou Main Street, epposita Cca-
'' Manufacturer and Dealer !a !
Keeps on hand a well selected sto;k of (Je:iti'f L
dW and Children's Itooio, bhje and S'ip;3-J, alJ
Musical lustrument-, t.heat U asic, Sotio.ii, KtJ
AdTHepairing neutiy done. -New brick Vir.
PHYSICIAN an I SURGEON. .
OFFICE: Cor. Main aad Wtslitifeni Sta.
- Dealer in
BriigB and . . . -
Oilers for sale iu llvzs or 'i iu;
4000 pounds of Tionccr White
Lead; 500 (2:IoiisSaIcm Boiled
Liusectl Oil; 230 gals. Tur
peuiiuc; .1 complete stack oi
Paints, Crushes, Yaruislies,
and Can Ccl m (St you are
gains to do any painting call
and get prices before purclias
iug Elsewhere.). - A complete
assortment of Schoor BoqUs,
School Stationery, Writing
Taper, Envelopes, etc. which
I will sell very Cheap. Car
den Seeds, Patent Jledicincs,
and everything that is kept ia
a first-class Drugstore. Or.
dcrs by mail and Express
promptly attended to..