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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1855
The Eailroad Commission.
The Plaindealer of last week contains
ft communication from Hon. 11. ; B.
Miller State senator from Josephine
pounty in which ho complains bitterly
of our criticism upon the bill to estab
lish a Railroad Commission in this
State, of which he is vhc author, 1 To
the charge of ignorance of jthe subject
raHroad laws we have no answer! to
"snake, but be" leave to correot his state
fcnent thar, wc said "the highest judicial
authority has decided that the states
have no right to delegate to a commiss
ion the persons to regulate freights and
fares." What we did say was, that! the
highest authorily had not yet passed
upon Jhat question and that it was still
tn doubt. Mr. Miller seems to think
Vhat an act of the legislature is supreme,
'and by a section of the same it can vin.
es a liability for damages upon a rail
"road company for which it is no wise
responsible. With such a profound
constitutional lawyer we admit our
legal inability to cope.
Our opposition to tho bill was not
"based upon its illegality, about which
we simply expressed our doubts, but
that we believe it contrarv to nubli
policy to pass such an act in Oregon at
this time. .The establishment of rail-
' yoad commissions by dilTerent statesmay
proyerly said to be an experiment, and
'sufficient time has not yeti elapsed, to
'determine the general utility of suck n
Jaw. In Massachusetts tho law ijskid
"to have been productive of much good,
" while in California we know it to have
been unmixed evil. It may be like the
proscription of the quack doctor which
'cured an Englishman mt killed a G'er
'nian. He interod in his book, "good
for Cornislunen but death on Dutch"
Such a bill may be good in New Eng
land but our expeiience does not yet
justify introducing the prescription
west of the Rocky Mountains. Mr.
Miller admits that his bill "s not
intended "to prevent the passage of one
fixing fares and freights, but as access
ory thereto. It is then clearly unnec-
esary at this time. Either the iudic-
" . - T
ary committer or a special committee
of both houses can obtain during the
session all the facts that can be obtained
-by.-the commission in .the next twb
years, and weuld be fully able to frame
. I 111 i! . rni !
h proper uiu on uus siugecc. XL1S IS
' what the people of Oregon demand and
' will bo satisfied with nothing less; but
Miller's bill can sleep for two years, if
hot the sleep that kcows no. waking,
As to tho style of Mr. Miller's com-
- municalion we have nothing to say, but
when he says he notices our criticism
because it comes from 'his', portion of
the State we beg to remind him that
'. hi presumes too much upon a residence
the term of which is so shorfc as to
make it doubtful whether he is en
titled to the seat he now holds in the
Senat. We now relegata Mr. "Miller
and his bill to the tender consideration
jpf the legislature. . '
As there were about 10,000,000 votes
,East in tna late election, the paper used
counting waste would have been enough
; for 260,000,000 , voters. This pajer
. would .weigh about 000 ton?, and would
Acost, with printing at, say, $1.50 a
thousand, about $525,000. . If these
ballots -were put end to end they would
sufficient, within 5 000 milerf, to
twico around the earth.
Soudan is the homo of the canard
.The Arab's imagination is fertile ! in
lies, and even the truth, after passing
through it, receives a strange" transfor
mation. Gordon "has been killedj a
jiaif-dozea times since he undertook
jthe mission to Khartoum, and there is
no more reason for believing the latest
report than the first.
Nearly all the mills that have been
shut down for months in the East have
been re-oponed. The Cleveland J ad
ministration means an era of universal
pro8ppritj and revival of business.
Tin 4th of March this year will be
pnly second to the 4th of July as a day
for general rejoicing throughout t'ie
Jengtb and breadth of the land.
Garland appears to have gained the
confidence of the President-elect. He
is a safe adviser and Mr. Cleveland has
again shown his good judgment. S
' The election of Stanford to the Sen
ate is the beginning of the era when
the railroad kings will go in person and
not jind their hired attorneys. j
Gex. Haxcock is being urged for
Secretary of War. It would be a well
desprved recognition of tlq Soldier
Saesman, ', !
The present session of Congress is 1
an orderly and quiet one. True busi
&e33 will commence with the next ses-
I have before rue a copy of tbe bill
introduced by Mr, Flinii, in the House
of Representatives, "which is a bold
attempt tc class legislation and so dic
tatorial that I deem it fitting to notice
a few of its provisions. It invests in
the Governor a pewer sutversivc of
the rights of every citizen of our state
and which may at anv time , interfere!
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nun laiiu u"ii, ui inuivt; vx j
tho class or school of physicians. It
provides for a Stato Medical Board of
examiners to be appointed by tho Gov
ernor, without any restrictions as to
what school of medical men this -board
is selected from, whether all .of one
school, or whether from all tho differ
ent sehoobj of medicine. So the Gov-,
erner can appoint a board cf eclectic-
physicians, or if he chose, he can
point a hemeapathic board, and give
then unlimited power over every other
school of medicine. Cut the, hue in
tent of the bill, is to give the old"re"UT
lav" school full' and complete control
of all the medical practice of the state.
The Board, so appointed, has full power
to pass upon tho qualification of ali who
are not graduates, except those who
have been in praetice ten years, who
are to be licensed whether they know
any thing or not" The' Board 'is re
quired to grant licenses to practice med
icine to all graduates of legally charteied
medical colleges; Provided: the colleges
granting surlrdiploinas are, in the eyes
of the examining board, in"good stand
ing". No college is in'.'good standing"'
in Allopathic eyes unless it is an Allo
There is not a reformed medical col
lego io the woild, .which Allopathy
doe3 not positively refuse to recog-
- . I . 1 . T nil
uize ua ueuig in goou scantling. liiey
pledge their students on receipt of their
diplomas, not to aShafe with irregu
lar practitioners. - A'. graduate of a
medical cllege, in good standing with
the4 board after having been licensed,
may ; have his license revoked if the
Board consider him guilty of of
what! "unprofessional conduct" to
treat with gentlemanly respect and pro
fesssionel courtesy jfractiiioners of other
schools. Oh! howdo Allopathic bowels
of companion y an over the burdens
imposed upon the "dear people" of our
btate, m being compwlled io chocse fcr
themselves, the class of physicians,
which they desire to treat -.them when
sickness overtakes them. The neonle
are expected to sui render the interests
they have in their own bodies and lives
to the Governor and the board of his
own creation. This bill, 'introduced
by Mr. Flinn, would be pompletci and
a model of jrfectioa in arbitrary, leg
islation, if it had a little amendment
tacked on to it, giving the Governor
and his ben id, the jiower to choose our
preacher and dictato the church to
which wo must adhere, and what class
of men m.nst sail mis dry goods and
A FiiEE citizi:n.
It U strangi how blue some men g t.
To haar them talk nothing short of
death and destruction stares tho coun
try in the face... The other extreme
expect gvsat things n big year, nothing
too big for their imaginations. They
predict booms, rolling right in on top
of each other until everybody is able
to retire with a fortune. All to take
place in 1885. It is pretty hard to get
along with these two extremist?-, and
as neither one are congenial, it is best
to bo influenced by neither, but to keep
pegging away, not too feuful cr too
over-sanguine. We predict a good
business for 1885.
A good story cornea from Ooos Bay
reardinrj the Hand Grenade
extinffuisner. appears tuac ine
agent had built a large fire? to bo put
out by fire grenades. Tho boya "doc
tored" tho gtenades, filling two with
water and two with coal oil. Ot
course these-four but added to the
flames. The true grenade carao la?t
and to the surprise o,f all extinguished
, The Supreme court of the State of
Oregon has decided the mortgage tax
law to to .constitutional, which it wil
be remembered J udgo Boise gave his
opinion ab being the fact some time ago.
it now remains for he legislature to do
tho right and wise thing by slightly
amending the law and allowing it to
stand on the statute books. It seems
to us to be tho means of compelling cap
ital to pay its just proportion of. taxes.
If capitalists cannot have their "cred
its" exempted fro.h taxation, they .will
try to make the debtor class pay taxes
on their debts as well as on their pos
sessions. That is .vhat ther call mak
ing taxation "equal".. - It 13 a cold day
when they get left.
Ges. Bcell will be marshal of the
day on the dedication of Washington's
monument and Gen. McClellan. on in
Divide Texas into four states and
admit the territories is an unclaimed
fragment of political wisdom.
Of lien and Things, as Soea Through
Our Owa.Ojlorsd Glassss-
In the forrmtion. of his Cabinet the
only difficulty for President Cleve
land will bo in tho, host of able and
i safe men from whom to select. Ru.
1 mor has already set apart for Cabinet
, " ., , , .
tuer than this a I appears mere cuess
worif. It is sate to assume that there
-r- - m . , .
are men wnatn tno wnoia u jiuojratic
party would love to honor, Among
these I can recall notie. who is so
strong! v-' entrenched in the heart or
Democracy than Gex. IIancocil A
peerless soldier-statfsman, a hero and
a patriot. No man ever went through
tho heat of a bitter Presidential can
vass and came outgo well as Hancock
the Superb. ' Gallant and true .o his
country, a patriot in the highest and
broadest sense, tUa namo of Hancock
is imperfs'iably st.i.np": I upon the his
tory of America. I notice hi? name
occasionly mentioned: m connexion
with the War Department, and Cleve
land could do no mcie graceful act
than by appointing him to that position
Jo& Pulitzer, the editor of the
New York World, is one of those bril
liant men who succeed .under great
lifiieulties. He is pre-eminontly a
newspaper man, 'and his caieer in this
sphere is something marvellous. From
a poor boy to one of the most success
ful business men in ths country he has
all through his carder
and thoroughness his mottoes. Pulit
ZEit first came into national promi
nence in 1S7C when he was tho news
paper partner of Caf.l -Sciiurz. The
latter supported Hayes, and Pulitzer,
with the enth'usiam of his nature es-
0'iie 1 the cause of Tildes'., From
that dtiy to this ha ha!i been high in the
ranks of Democracy,' Jounaiism has
been his profession, and after bringing
the St. Louis Post-Dispatch to a safe
financial basis, a year or vwo ago he
purchased the New Y ork .World and
in so brief a period has made it recog
nized a3th leading Democratic jour
nal of the country.' At the late elec
tion, he was chosen a Congrgessnnn, is
a close friend and adviser of Presi
dent Cleveland, and the Demoe.iac?
owes much to him for his untiring
eSbrt, great ability and the general
nack he has of doing the right thing at
t'ie right time. There are few moiv
brainy men in America than the editor-
statesman, Jos. Pulitzlk.
A Word to tha Wise-'
Every Democrat should In-ar in
mind that the task of reforming tlie
government set before President Cleve
land .is not an easy on,", Further an
active, keen and carefully . manage:)-.: foe
watcs anxiously to take advantage of
every mistake, and to throw obstacles
m the way of successful administra
tion. Tiie Democtatic party is oftened
lefenxdtoas very hungry and -very
thirsty. We do not see why a Demo
crat should not have an otlieo, und in
fact hope and trust that Mr. Cleveland
shall fill all vacancies from men in
harmcny with his administration.
However, what we heartily condemn is
an unseemly rush for the loaves and
fishes. Any man wli0 has stood true
to the principles of Democracy ii its
hours of defeat should not embarrass it
now in its hour of triumph. The Civil
Service Reform mu&t be respected, the
tenure of oiEce act must be s'.r'.ctlyen-
forced. It is enough for the Demo
cracy to know that tho principles (f
our forefathers have again been vindi
caled. It is enough, to know that
honesty and reform will again be the
wacthwords of the administration.!
Let the Democracy prove dtself worthy
of its devotion to principles through
the long, dark and dreary days of
defeat. Let it be grand enough to
prove itself worthy, of its magnificent
victory. The office-seeker is the worst
enemy that the Democracy can ghave..
Peace must prevail in our own ranks.
All wdll csmo well in time. The large
number of offices must be reduced,-
tariff." reform must bo inaugurated,
retrenchments every where made and
reforms introduced. These are the
problems now before the Democracy
and the people, and when they are set
tled all will be well and the - Demfle
racy will enter upon a nev? era directs
ing the government in the path of
honesty and patriotism. We have
every reason to believe that the oflice
seekera will be repulsed, and so far we
must endorso the grandeur of the
Democracy. No throngs of lean and
hungry politicians surround Cleveland
as hounded Garfield to his grave. We
believe that in its own good time faith
fulness will be rewarded, but, the
s-rambkr will lie incontinently bounced.
No man will be" removed for partisan
We have received EevernI corresion
tlence this week with no names si:n d.
! We thevef c. e decline to publ ish the
samp. Alwajs let us know who you
How E3 Got a Position-
'fl applied for a position in a bank,
ing house in VTall street six months
ago, and although I proved my com
petency, they would not take me. I
had been down on my luck and looked
old and shabby. An idea struck me,
I got up a new growth of hair with
Parker,s Hair Balsam, raised a decent
suit of clothe?, -applied again, and they
took mo in a minute." So writes a
clerk with 2,000 salary. The moral
is plain. Parker's Hair B-l:am givea
a person a new f'ce
Ladies Medical Adviser
Complete Medical Woik for
"Women, handsomely ?bouncr in cloth
and illustrated. Tells how to prevent
and cure all diseases of the sex, by a
treatment at home. "Worrh its weight
in gold to e.very lady suffering from any
of these diseases. Over 10,000 sold
ahead?. Postpaid only 50ot?. Pos
tal note 'or 2 -cc. stamps. Address
NUN DA PTTBUSMING CO Nunda,
N, Y. - Nov. 1st 3-m
Encklen's Arnica Salve
The. Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, ' Sores, Ulcers, Salt
UhtniiUj Fever Sore?., Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblainsj Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, und positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. . It is guaranteed
to giv perffi-t satisfaction, or money
ref unde-1. Price 2o cents pel box. lor
sale by H. Hamilton.
THP. T?K.V. GKO. 11. I'llAYEK. of Bour-
, T,..t ,.n.;t. ...u .-.,i ,f.,
own our lives to SHILOll'S CONSUME,
WHY WILL YOU cough when" 51iloh'
Cure will give inuuediate relief. Price .10
eta. 50 tta. an J SI.
B Smltli .Js Co.
Next door to. the New D.akery.
X x" iocs o d o i !ite!
CIVIL BEND STOKE
V. li. AI2.RIITGTOIT,
DSALEH IN. -
Dry .' Qoo.Gwrics, oto.
Ail Kinds cf Produoa Taken in Exchans0
CIVIL Bf-NP, roue, co., onr.GON,
TriL"S Til? ifr'WtrFaWl
Ci;r. -r' all Chr.;ii'.c .Oi leases. Catarrh,
Atlma, Cufts nn"i!ioi), Neurali
lilieumutiMii,' Paralysis, Brig!ts Dif
use. Droj.sj, White Swelling, - fckif
j iivsf tte.
Tlrs treatment thor vighly puriflc?
the blioil. orivi: g a'l v'imiuritiesan i
corniyt, matter f.osn the whole system
aiiil briniri eac , and every nerve ami
muscle tn a healthy -late and 1:3 uaturl
ork. , ,-. .. , : ,
AH wl:o are sufleiiu ' from Caron c
DiseascH are reciuesied to call. There
will be no charge for crns:tlting with
the patient, 'ieruis in all eses reason
able. A. SKCOltD. .
Kosebu r g . Creyon.
Eldoruilo 32aiicii:3 Water.
Chemical Iabortoky, As3y Oki'jck, Bcllio
Uoom and orb li(n).n, 521 Sacramento utreet, San
Ftanci-juo, Nov. as, IrtSa.
Mor llolbrook, Slerrill and Stitson. Gentlemen.
I have s u bmi tie J to ni:Uitabive auaiysis tu) tnaniet
of Eldorado waier handoJ in for exiiiuiuation and
tind uio coiu-iiit of ttio following sabstaaow-s: C'nlo,
riue, Iodine, Carbonic- Acid, Iron, Aliiuiiua Liiiie
Masrnsuk bwU and orintutc iimttor.
Jnlim .Tn-r-nli rf tho v:A li own firm of Hi.ffm-i"
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" . , :. ALBAN V, OGN., December 20, 1SS3.
Gbo. W. Jo.vks. i'ear Sir;' 1 would liere utute U
you tluit a year no I suffered untold agonies on ac
c lUutolf I'i'eb (bluiO) and went to l'oi tland to-et re
lief from doctors there. I met Jlr. Apple of Hose
bur wlw adritea rue before (seeing tho dot-tors to
try your E3lor;ido ilHieral Water. I tild so and hud
one uozen bottle sent to me by A. E. Champagne.
I tsaed ono-halt dozen bottle, taking right betore ev
ery meat, one mnul yrlass f ull. 1 not only was re
lieved, but 1 certainly cured by what 1 used, and
thanVf ul for it, because I Buffoteu more than 1 can
eypre-fS.- 1 would advise any one Buffering from this
di'sease ' to try your Mineral Water, tilionld you
ha v aiy occasion to Ube this sutemeut do so.. You
are at liberty on my account. 1 think this is ihi
least I can do for yo,t as I was cured by it. - it.
sj'octtully yours,' " JULIAN 0&E?1.1.
KOSKDlTP.a, Dee. 3, 1353.
CEO. W. JONES: Pear Sir. i roui sheer cunoait
1 was induced to try Eldorado Water and wra not ot.
ly surprised but highly jrrauflaj Wlth tilJ result. 1
nave for many years town a ufferer from lysfepia
and have triu I every kind of oepsiu known to
pharmacy and without result. The contrary Was my
experience trom the ute of your niHieral water. Tar
ken according to uireciiona it piodaced immediate
relief and in a snort lime, if (oitUutied, would secure
lietnianeotcure. To any who will avoid irritating
stimulants, J Atu satisiicd it will prove of valuable
comfort ami beneSt. As ft general roulator I found
it most excel icut. - L. tV LANE.
iitu Cbo. W. Jos S3 Dear Sir: I have bec't
troubled with nour.i'ic pain in ny b aad and check
boue. for several yz&rn, and h id give up all hopes of
ever Kcttiiiff cured. I went to your medical spring
with my son James and jj't some of the water, and
drank it freely and found that it was a mild physic.
1 used it three 'lines a day for a little more than two
months, and the pain leit me aud I have not felt
them since, and tht lias been 17 months ayo.
H. COSS, SR. '
RoJCburj, Jan. 23, 1S34
I DALLAS, De!. 1SS3. '
TroTii Tlr. M. W Pardons, last, August, 1 reci ire.J
one bottle of the Jones Eldoro-lo water, frem lr.
Ilninilton ff Roseburc. Used half a bottle for ca
ttrrh and can f ally reoinmeml it for that drcadei
tli'Kjase, s I have not been troubled with the com
plaint since. 1). T. SEAHS. .
I hsve also used the Eldorado sprin? waer from
Jones' sp.-insr, utfla" county, Oregon, und am fully
swwfled with, the eu!t, as 1 was bmheicd with ca
tarh. . W. C. BROWS, wcrehait.
1 ' Satins,
Boots & Sh.oes,
Uata & Cap1',
Trunks and Valisea
Evcryilihig in the line of dEESKAL JISRSmDISFi
will be sold from this date osa, at HO per cent above cost,
Give us a call and convince yourself of .u QKEAT
BAKC.UXS at tlie SBtlCTLY O.'E PiJICE STOHK.
Would BESPECTFtLLY Announce to
; Than Ever Bef'oue to Iuunish
- ' taJS V1SI2, YTHI3X G IZV THISIX XIIN" IC.Ti'i- ,
- -i..'. .v - ' ".r..' ' I.-- ...' :''. r '-:' '':'-',.'.' . 1 ' ."r --:; : :. V. -:.v.
TTAVtNG lately added a Ne-.r J. A. Fay Jlouldin twd
JJ Flouring' and
A FINE STOCK OP MOULDINGS
AND SUGAP. PINE LUMBER!
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I7IIXE CEDAR llUSTfC, CRAIX SAWED I LOOUG FVRXT.SHED . 0 SHORT NOTICE- BARX
LUMUKilan-.l KK.VlNfuraishad at HAKI 'lUUi PKlCi-.:i. Ootd sauaa Ciil Vi4 P'JaTiS, KAlLli'J,
i'lCKKTS, kc., fur ilNli FliXClXU a Bpeeialt.v. "
IOU Kcferenoe Fee Residence of Cy. SinUb, 4 milo above town cr Dr. Hamilton's, Roscburjj.
. bound to liiuke trie Leit Lumber and tu five tAtibfautiuu. Oivo ua a tiial.
II order l-ft with Tbos. Sbtfiiuan wifl bo promptly Ked, und all Lumber delivered oa short r.ctica
after May lai. All orders should be Aduruisod to
AND BUY A
of the biggest and best stock of
nothing bur the best
1 Am XJ
SHE1UDAN BROTHERS, R0SERDRG, OR'GN.
They would announce tliat they have Just
Largest Stocks of
t vnX n,l liKADY MADti TINW AUK
bt-8. ii ply iu their line ol la.iy- UQo
can .puTchaa tleewhere. ' .. .
Io ,he shape ofbu.ld:itr materials
inniirptttf-nra to tiurcliasers. ; Tl
VV ;rd triv you tarpainn in . thc: Io. . win;. brands of tovfP, not tqual led rise
wh.-ro .Buck's. B.-n-inxa. Farmt'r. 'UtUiiy. Dexter, Pacific, , V Ho, .WegwClarnuJ'v
Occidm Irot, Kin, Empire City, and oihvr atcv. si.d ran-t. y
Tlie Wst of workmen ar constantly rmpk'jBd. in .the nianuiattur .: , -u'
and bums should learn oar prices. , t .. ..
- ye i,stvii a!so tarajrins to offer in uns, bucIi as luclieEter. Misirp and 'hfr .
, wrt-1 hr in Shot-nan ani IMfto-a i ' TT ,
W mi also At'Biu for th White Peerles and Now Home hewing MscI ....
wpscirmlowt-Ht rates &ud warrant as couinle te in ever jTeapecV
H can alao supply ' '
1 Avcriil ancl. Hubb r Paints,
1 e est In.lhft tnnrkrt, at . lowest ftes.
G ve ns a call, inspect ur slock, inuirt cs
ny one caiju
the Public that They, ahe-Better
Matchinir Maehinc we will keep ru immense htoz
Eustio on EaRd. B
! WELL SEASONED CEDAPV
"Vol fcair e Gkir iiy
LOOKING GLAbS, UlifrA.CN.
"Yon. do Tliat.
goods ever brought to town,
leather and have got
received and now have on hand one of the
. General k Hardware
ncMed to tboir STOVES OF ALL T
tUef rtp prepared io dt'cuir tlit-y havo th -
- m o.uvhcrn .Ofton, which they., propose
the ay i
lock, butt, tc, w cao otI-i
t? onr pries, and we promise to
Every tiling. .In tliat Lino.
AND MUST BE
Sold Cheap for Casli.
Call an cl Soo mo Baforo
.ALSO AGENT FOPw
DEEKinG SELF BIHDBS
O LIDS' WAGON
STEEL-WHEEL HAY BAKES
f .'.'.. ...
JALXE5 DSAHLH7G. '
OAKLuVND, O BEG ON.
R.S.& J. Ol SHERIDAN
. (Successors to Th.o. P. Sheridan)
DEALERS ' IX II Y3DWAVE, TINWARE, STOVES
GUXS, CU 1XKKY, AN 0 TI.N'XEllS i'L'jjr
Molll.Mi CiOOJJS. ,
TIX STOItE, ROSKBOJ, Oi
Havmsr sesurart t!ig amive busnea, we are
jp arcO to Kf!i up iUs farmer good name for work tn,
.prices. Yh;iK iba best oi material mid always
Jull Ktock ol goals on band and it is oar win ta fur
n'wh cwstomew with first-ilas aruk- at liv and let
ive friued. A lIljitock oJ -
Iroi and .Sterol IPor, Sile
Dealsra from abraxd will rucive prr-mt tt
K. i J. O. .Siiti,
TIIE CENTRAL HOTEL.
Corsior jf Gak aad I&3s . Strast.
Board $1 per Day; Sinii U3a!s, 25 ciats-
fi3"Tlii house has lately duuijel Land,
and is thoroughly rjm.v;tte.l atnl rufaruid:isd
Tli traveling riuLIic will liaj t!ie best
NO.CHlM-fi EM? LOYEO.
rec lot aiij fyo the
. . . .
-! Bavin had 23yeirs exierteitce its r.twh!n: kr i t
kiTvg'y.t, I fcei coiindciil. ( ti. iu MtUfauUou- a .l
fo'ti euiruKea tu uis. 1 aU' nave a We toi.k o(
atuhe. cK. kt a;i J Jewsier wuioa will be nil
1 have tr.o Ciuntv pate it rlj'itf r thi o! Cf i
creti vJj ij ti.j j." cj ivi.i .vivj: i, a sy jU:i
oejire 1. . , ... "'"v L. U.Li'iLti.
L. F. Lane. . Joux I..v.
A.osr ja & iu a.nt;k,
Orncrc. Ou Slain Street, opposite C'ia-.
'' Manufacturer and Dealer in .
Keop on liaud a well cieetej gpclt f Ccit', 1.
dic mid t'.hiiili-c.t's Uoot-j, shuoi a.id S ip. c s;
Musical In'Mt.-u:nen&, Shest U j-dis, .Nottani, Rw.
AritcpairiSif neatly uoiie. :&.v br.ck st.-a.
rilYSICI AN &n l SURGEON.
OFFICE: Cw. Main au.l Washiiijtj., .3,1.
I" 4 "3
CLARK & UimVLt PllttPS.
HA VINO PURCHASED TUB ABOVE XAtfli
mills of E. ijtej'hens and Co., we rc now pr
IJUieJ to furuiah aay amount of the best quality u
ver oSered to tho pnilie in Dtvlas county. Te
.11 turtslv at tl:e mid t the fllowiug pries:!
No. 1 rous;h lumber )r M
No. I (.hM-iti;, ie:i.. .... .....;........24 per H-
No- 1 rtihriiif, -inch , , ..S2tS per.M
No. 1 finishing lumber .Jfiio peril
No. 1 ttaistiiii; luinbtr dressed on si.le. per M
No,. 1 rtniiiii. luiuuer drexed on 4 fciuea . .0 jer If
CLAliKE & BAKER.
LOUIS HELF JL,
Wishes to inform th i pubiie that b-s a r.amber o
e winy machines fur rale fct bu r.ure atredeei
iri'ce. -... -
- Th Eldrid Spi-i.gfieltJ and Singer,
THE LATEST IMPW.VEQ aACKES
Call and sie at It m Ud'.TiIV VfaveluniScinj Stars a
good bar-iuu to every one wis!iiju buj bwiy
Who bate Sirinjf Water to intraduea into their brn
and fjr i.-mily u a or irrijaviion, ultouid
TAZ C3S!SiT C3T1,J3'J3 PiPZ-
Itavirfr tbe County HiUt I crn sell to firmer
CHKAf, win; aoivwiune tj d tli work. Wiil !y
th;ame by contractor by the fjor, as may be de
niretl. WaiTsmiei to t!o gfxid work or par.
Thuusp.nds of fe t have beet) laid in California d
working oatisfac xritly." It tuprinr Mtany ptao,
good for yearx, dn't rust, and keei the water clyr
and pure . OaU &:)d ua
WILL YOU SUFFER with JOyspepsi
and Liver CoQiplaint! Shiluh's Vitaliaer
gnarantceJ to etir voo. : -