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lilMlL iiUlilUUmi If I'iPllll H'll'yil 11 lgWgii3SMMBigBa
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1885
Born. To the wife of Rev.. B. T. Sharp
a son. Fb, 3d mother doing well, father
improving, and ia watchful of tha young
Raisfaix.' We are iudebtecl to J.- J.
KiLnry Of tho Signal Service oftiuo for the
r.iinfall, which is qnite. nnprcedateu: 1st,
.03; 2J, .36; 3d, 1.09; 4th, .42; 5th, .77;
Gib, .47;-7 .12. Total : 3.26 inches. ;
Large Lynx. . Harry Murtou of Winches
ter eays that the Coyotes in his district aro
very troublesome, also he captured a vc-ry
large Lynx (wild cat) last Wednesday uight
Lioasunns from tip to tip, 2 feet, 9 inches. .
Innocent lambs. V W. Smith li in
forms us that the sheep prospect U sto1 this
year; already ho has 400 latnbs sliippitjft on
tne lawn, and he and his neighbors its that
section are getting the Lest of the wild ani-'j
mala that destroy sheep,
Masonic Buiual. Geo. Beath V M
and Bev. H. P. Wtbb Graud Chpliafi,
fether brethren veut to Myrtle creek 1itfc
Wednesday and intern the veinaius oitJcoj
W. Hunter with the Usual iolemn ceremon
ies of the craft. Peace to his ashes.
t i United States Swatoh The next Uu
itcd States Senrtor is an unsettled question
ks yet, but it is now a settled lact beyond
juest ion that you can becure the bast bar
gain?, in Uos6l;urtr at the old st.in.l .f F P.
Hoyau's. Come one, come all, hut dout you
fallj poetry you Bee.
Net Adj. i We call attention to oar nw
Ads. thin Week. And when ,any of our
Southern Orjoii baslneas men or any others,
even tha afflicted, V'nit Porblaudj t-i not fail
to ttalilipoti those" who advertise in this ps-v
per. We shall lidfcies Ihese genlleinau
more extensively iu othr issues.
Acciu.isr. It ;v: It. WtsOU ouf city
pastor, being bleated Wlfeh JUt tttUWi:ll incli
nation to manual libor iilagVi himself to
the woodpUa this" Week; lio3dIta liut
thumb with the ax.-. U Ife had be!i his
foti there would hi a IWyStotfyj bttfc jilst
how a matt chopping wOtf li WUUht Split his
UlUmD with the ax-t i i ii i J . : J tni U W J. d Id
U1 .- Ha U ccliivaleiciir' hovvOiroP:
TnEFonurn of March Jubii.ee
time is not far distant .when we as citizihs
rl one common country, will lie called upon
to celebrate either prirately or publicly the
event of the President's inauguration. Tne
citizens of Douglas county are all inrifced'to
participate in the public ceremonies at the
Comt house soma tuna during the day, and
in raining the tallest 15 pole, perhaps l in
Orejm, it being 107 f--t't i: height. j'
JtXOX BuuN ED. Mrs. Littleton Mathews
who lives near the foundry met with quite
at serious mishap !att Monday morning at
10 o'clock. Sho teinjj suljcct to ppylb of
vertigo, took one when no one was in. the
house, and fell iu the fire, or so near that
btr btl.li& f-anflifc ami bail if iifit Ijfn fur
the timely assistance of Wm. C-ump, who
wan passing and heard , her scroatn, she
would certainly have suffered much. As it
was Mr. Crump wa injured more than she.
Tjib Oh rx New Yk ah. The celestials
will begin their pan. limoneum raoket next
' Saturday. Th y call it their day of jubilee
or debt payinj time. A square law is the
rttlo with thenraml when ail are out of debt,
witli utltiuj to embara3s them," they tn
g in thsir festivities. Although they are
of a stoical nature, yet at this time tney
kill the devil "pro tern'' and rejoice. If
the "melican man" could enjoy a brief res
pite from his satanic majesty's influence fur
n brief spac, how he would exult. So
Iftote it be.
Conk to New1 Ohlkan5?. Hon. F. P.
, llogan of Iloseburg boarded the south bound
train l ist Tuesday evening for Jacksonville,
and thence he goes to the (treat exposition
now. iu full blast "at inw Orleans. Aud
then when he lu3 talufied his curiosity, in
sightseeing, he will go to see what the peo
ple of the United states havp not a cn for
lung time the inauguration of a Democratic
President. After which he will return via
Niagara falls, as all tourists are wont to
dn, and thence home, all of which he expects
to accomplish in about six weeks.
V ' 1 ' - 1
' U. 8 Sen ATon Oregon's United States
Senator has not been elected as yet. Mr. Sol.
H rsch having received 2S vo'e the highest
of any one who -has prospects of an election.
The Democrat' cast an ambiguous vote
every day for soma on, and of t orse the
compliment is vague and without poiut so
far as we can see. The Deioocrats may take
a part yet, to prevent a yacaucy which might
occur, and we should have only one Senator
at Washington, w hich to our mind i.s not the
proper thing to do when we are entitled to
two.; '" ' -1
Now is the time to subscribe.
Washington's birthday next.
Fiv ccn "i will buy a dozeu eld newspap
ers' at the Keview office."
Bev, B. T. Sharp, wili proa:h at the Ste
phens school house on the Calapobia next
Sunday at 1 1 o'clock A. M. AU invited.
George Genger has some f.ne farm and
ranch land for sale in quantities to suit.
His advertisement will appear next week.
D. C. McClellan'8 new hack is a beauty,
and runs from the McClellau House to' th
Depot. upon the arrival, aud departure of all
Georne W. Jones, the carpenter, returned
fMra Pot tland. Thursday evening, well
j leased with his visit, but says, no place
iiko Boaeburii after all.
That sack of superfine biscuit flour, which
we received from Mr. Gates the miller, this
week, oar bttter half says, is the oest she
has had for a lone time.
Rev. F. P. Tower of Willamette Univer
sity will preach in the M. E. Church in this
city next Sunday, both morning and eve
nine. Go aud hear him, be is pleasant and
forcible in his addess. ' -
We have just received an invoice of new
job type this week, and are better prepared
than ever before to do good work in that
line. So bring along your job work aud we
will try to jive satisfaction,
. The river is falling. ; ,
A few straggling drummers.
The roads are simply horrible.
Lots for sale across the river.
Oar city schools are doing fineljr
Times are improving just a little.
Our farmetsl are still settling soma
A few more hotel arrivals than ti
few week3 pat4.
"The Dotlet on the I" is the lf?t
fashionable song .
Mimay, tho Ioithm4 ma fiUtvr
hangs to-day (Friday.)
Our bi idg j accross tils" $oili ViUp
qn is an eminent Success.
Much religious into rest in Portland
lately and it still contitmies
The fisjiing business at the mill dam
is still a lucrative employment.
Oiir bnsiness men arc hopeful of a
jrood rear after all. So mote it be.
The Heviev goes a3 a pleasing val
entine to many happy homes to-day.
Mr. Julmll lay h n bought the Al
len fit i'm neai DmiH itnd will turn, it
into an orchard.
The posters tor the bi; 4th of March
celebration are out. Tao job was done
at the Keview olficf.
Douglas CutiTitv'.s cuiciehi County
Cleflf. Tsays" that lw be ti e dark
horse yet iu the Senatorial content.
Agrtiu '.re mustavk correspondents
to send in theit al'ticleS by Wednesday
evening or Thursday moruing's ; math
Ji'wh Candy veiy day at the City
Baketyt also evelything usually kept
in a first'claa bakery and confectionery
A grj'ittine;' repiVblb.tn ill ItoScbitl-g
ii iiigliillni to t!it DUloefacy some
vhal?if UO inay judge by lm labor on
the lic'vv ll.'g-poICi
' Mrs. Lou Trimble formerly of Oak
land, now of Canyon villo, was adjudged
insane by theanlhorities, and was taken
to the As v hi nil Friday.
With tho buildings we hear of being
in contemplation the coming year,
ItosKbtirg is evidently entering on an
era of great prosperity.
CorvaJlis is to be congratulated on ils
energy and enterprise in securing the
permanent location of tha State Agri
cultural College within hr borders'.
Rev's Smick and Bell will hold serv
ices next Sunday, in the new Presbyte
rian Church' at Myrtle Creek. All
cordially inv'ted t attend, and more
especially so, tsince this will ba the first
regular service held in this church.
Desiring to accommodate all of our
subscribers we shall change our publi-
ca.!! day to. Friday from' Saturday.
Correspondents will make a note of
this and stud their communications
correspondingly earlier, by Wednes-.
day xight or Thursday morning at least.
- Thb head of the Mormon chiu-ch,
John Taylor, ha3 an accouimodaling
conscience.; Apologizing in a recent
sermon for his evasions in the Clawson
case, in which he was examined as a
witness he said the reason ho testified
he had no knowledge of certa;n niattert
known to him was "because he did not
know them to divulge".
A couple of boys last Tuesday after
1 oon walked out to the woodpile above
Drain's Station in order to get a free
ride to town. But the wide awake
conductor Mr. Consor,. asked for the
faro to the station, which wonld be the
fare from Comstocks, 55cts each where
upon he was presented with a live dol
lar gold jnecp, which was broken, and
their chango leturned. One dollar and
ten cents for a 200 yard i rather
E. ft. H uimI), E q , e 11 tor of the
Plaindealr, of this city, was in '.Cor-
vallis lately anil skid tho 0 cy 0 011:1
cil to 'H-'imluirss him to the amount of
oxpeuses j incurred in coiiss.junce of
the Gre hoss cart running over iiim last
March, and disabling him for months,
and in fact ha is not wt-11 yet by any
means. The Cor allis. Oaz;tte thinks
that it was all settled lonj ajo. Now
wo know nothing of t!ie settlement
but we do know something ef the
occurrence, and believe in justice be
tween man and man, that Brother
Iliimh ought to bs paid his reasonable
Arthur Williams of Oakland is in
Walt. Wheeler is in Portland on
business. , . ,
Mr. Omega Oaks, oivr photographer,
is pruning his orchard.
There are some slight hopes that
Gen. Gordon may be alive.
Hon. 0. Ball claims to be tle cham
pion heavy-weight tbroweiv
Kats'idtfgs will commence a writing
teiwvl ui ihe (JtMgQ IaII Monday,
Cf 5, 0, Vulktttm went to Salem
ihk Wt&k Uslp mUe ihs "senatorial
if an, 3, 0, Bftfilf, -ws in totrn IhU
week, t bd9lrts w?ncet4 with er,t
Ceo, .W itfimfcfe, ef Eiktof, made
hi3 friends in this city a flying tisit
MUs Klippelj of Jacksonville, made
Pioseburg it short visit, returning home
Archbishop Wm. II. Gross, of Geor
gia,: has been appointed Arhbiahop
of Oregon by Pope Leo,
., Miss Delia Partie, one of Kasetntrg's
fairesi bellesj has gone to Portland to
attend the si st er's school;
Mr- J. Metcalf and family, who have
been resMents of our city for six
months past, returned to California this
week. Society people will miss them.
Judge L. L. McArthur, of the Dal
e, will attend the inauguration of
President Cleveland, Several other
distinguished Oregon gentlemen will
Ittjv. Father Blanche!, ot Jackson
ville, was in our city, over Sunday on
his re urn from East "Portland, where
he had gone to attend the death-bed of
Father Mackin. -
Dr. G. II. Flett has returned to J unc
tion from a short visit to friends at this
place, lie has formed a partnership
with Dr. W01 tmau in practice and the
drug business and will locate at Mon-
Tho total value of Taxable property
in 1883-84 was 75,305,953, an in
crease of over 11,000,000 over 1882
83. The tax was $441,145.19 for 1883
84. The value of land was $35,208,038;
of town lots, 13,875,008; of improve
ments, 10.430,045;. of merchandise,
13,122,048; household furniture, etc.
The numlcr of horses and mules was
131,140, value, 5.364,935; cattle, 284,
647, value, 5,215,851. sheep, 1,033,- j
968, value, 2,246,870: swine, 112,846,
Ores value of all property,10B,648,
2$'3; indebtedness, $27,177,661; ixemp
The number of polls wa3 19,720;
number of school childten, 69,076;
wealth er capita, 621.62.
Douglas county Lrttstbe largest num
bs f f acres of improved land, 504366,
but Linn county leads as to value, 5,-
131,520, Mai ion second, Yamhill third.
of course "Multnomah heads the list on
town lots, 7,274,915, with Macion sec
ond and Linn third. On. merchandise
also Multnomah stands first, Marion
second, Clatsop third,"Linn fourth. In
money also' Portland is first, Marion
second, Umatilla third, Yamhill fourth
and Linn fifth.
Portland has the most household
furniturp, then .Marion, Linn; aud
Union is th-3 hoss county, 17,441,
Grant second, Wasco third and thftn
Umatilla, Baker, Crook, in their ordar.
Grant leads in the number of cattle
74,611, followed by Baker, crook, Lake,
Union, Lane and Wasco,
Umatilla is the sheep county, 240'
651. Wasco, Grant, Douglas, Crook
Jackson takes the swin, 13,235,
Douglas second, Lane third.
Under the last assessment Multno
mah pays', the largest taXj- Linn next
and then Umatilla, Marion, Lane,
W. Y. Masters Esq. now of Portland
and a graduate of the State Agricult
ural College, is comfortably associated
with the law firm of Kelley fc More
land. From his looks we infer that he
is doing a thriving business.
B. A. Stanard, late of Texas, called
011 us this week. He is an old typo
and was editor of a paper in Texas
under the auspices of the Grange, called
the "Independent Farmer." He hopes
to settle with us and is now with his
family at the Central Hotel.
A. W. Mensor, lately of Rosebutvr,
has concluded to situate himself in
Medford, Jackson Countv, He will
- - - -
engage in the general merchandise buai
ness, and knowing him as we do, a first
class business man, upright and just,
fair dealing will be his motto, and
in a live little town like Medford, he
will surely find success will crown his
The other day when we were in Cor
vallis we were agreeably surprised to
meet Mr. G. W. Smith, whom we met
years ago at Athland. He is still pur
suing the eveu tenor of his way, in the
jewelery, watch and clock repairing busi
ness, and in fact he can do anything, in
his line in first class, workmanship
style. We know him of old, and Lo
will give you satisfaction in his dealings.
Do not forget to cail on George W,
Smith Main St. Corvallis Oregon.
You having taken the placo of so
welo mie and regular a guest, the Inde
pendent I think it not amiss to let you
know how far your wings reached 0:1
the first spread. Tlie shadow of your
helmsman will not be as Iwngthy as
that of the Independent's but will make
up ia width and while Fred is your
boatsman you need not fear to be hand
led with or without glasses.
A few items may not be amiss. The
month of January was very cold, a
solid sheet of ice throughout tho state,
here the thermometer was six degrees
below zero with tharp winds. This
Syrap ot Tigs
Nature's own true Laxative. Pleas
ant to the Palate, acceptable- to the
Stomach, harmless in its nature, pain
less in its action. Cures habitual Con
stipation, Biliousness, Indigestion and
kn died ills. , Cleanses the system,
purifies the blood, regulates the Liver
and acts on the Bowels! Breaks up
Colds, Chills and Fevers, etc. Strength
ens the organs on which it acts. Bet
ter than bitter, nauseous Liver medi
cines, pills, salts and draughts. Sam
ple bottles tree, and large bottles for
sale by S. Hamilton.
.The Bloom of Ueauty.
On her brow indicates the glow of
health within. What n change from
the invalid of a few months ao. Do
you know the secret of her renewed
health? We will tell you. When she
fhuud that the pleasant liquid fruit
remedy Syrup of Figs is as agreeable
tcy the taste as it is efl'ecti ve in cleans
ing the system, calming the nerves and
awakening the Liver, Kilneys, Stom
ach and bowells to a healthy activity,
she began using it, and you see. the
result. . Ladies wishing to know if tho
Syriij of . fr'igs really posses such won
derful eSicaey, can obtain a trial botl'e
f rue of chai ga at S. Hamilton's Diug
roe-Hiar niAt:nT3 on W'edneadav on or- before
V!b c8u'.i f uii mooa. e. Hfc;uiA:ss, w. ii.
J. P. Du.ncas, Sec.
-y - -t-.-t -v,. rilllXTAUIAN LODGE,
Vf-.-i;'- No. 8, LO. O. F., meets
V?i-2".--.:r-: on Thursday evcuinj oj
each vretk tt 7 u'elo.uk, in their Ua.ll kt Kostbur.
ilcn:srs t tite ord r iu nd suudiug arc invited to
ulteud. C' ordur oi tua it.
ITXrON' ENOAMI'MKNT, Xu. , I. O. O. F.t meets
t Odd Fe'l jviV Hall 011 t,T iirst aud lli'.r.l Fndaya ot
every nionia. VisiUiitf brutlirea invited to attend.
U Utxrius, c. V.
A. C, Maeiis, Scrlba .
CUrQUA CIIAITER, Noll, F. A. M., hold
j.'ij. liuir to.'uUr cjuimnni.-atioim every first
jSSsfj?. au 1 tl.ird TulAy in eatii month. Ail
Sst-r&J njiMb5rt in jjotiil etan-iiiic will tiko. due and
.iraoly .notice 8td uveru tlierv.solves acuordiniy.
V coitijiaiiioiis aro invited 10 meet with the
Uai'el trlnjn co:ivc:iUt)t.
J. C. Fl LLERTOX, H. P.
Corner First and Alder Street Portland, Or.
THE LEAD Ft 3
' AND. ' '
TIIE PLACE TO BUY.I
W. F. Owens, - - Manager.
. DEAL IIjT
ALSO "AGENTS FOR ' ,
OF ALL KIND3.
WE TUAN3ACT A' GENERAL BUSIXESS IN
Our Lino and jay tho highest Market. Prieo
for Wool aikd Cn.in.
FULL LINE OF .AGRICULTURAL IMPLE
ments ka;it constant! v 011 hand, or furnished on
yhort notice at Lowort Prices.
OFFICE AND 'WAREnOUSE. OPPOSITE THE
Dc.Hit. tivo a cul. .
W. X. Owens.
13. E. svEssciisro
OPPOSITE CARLOS'S S'tABLK,
E!uc2SKiithin and Shoc2iir
J B C0NGLE
Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
SSlLeatiier and Saddlery Hardware
103 and UO Front Street PORTLAND, OREGON.
Louis Epping3r, Manager,
Sample Rooms for Oonwncrcial Traveler?.,
All work in tlm line will be atteuJeil to
promptly at reasonable rates.
GENERAL iriSURACt AGEHT.
Office at Court House,
ATOTfCE IS IIEREfiy GIVEN THAT TilE UN
AM eigneJAdmimstr.itur ofthe Estate of Cynthia
A. Appiegate, deceased, by oroer of the County Couri
of Douglas c-junty, Ureon, made aisd entered on the
1st day vf December' loal, Volume 4, pajss o'.i and
34 if the Probate order Ik.oU, will ecli at public rale
on Monday March ltitu, at 1 o'clock in the after
Loon on tha prenii3i-3 ior eajh in l:a:id the following
described premiseij and real iro;erty beloiiirin;r to
B iiJ estate to-wit: Deiiutiiiir at a point 3 chains v est
of rjuurtcr section corner between Bections 20 and fj
Township 22, S. R- 5 West, thonue North 20 chaitw.
thence North 62 dcyrcea E. 8 20-100 chaiim, thenca
North 7J decree E. 4 85-100 cha'rtts, thence South
ii decrees E. U chains, thence South i0 chain?, tUcnco
W tat 17 iJ-I00 ciiain.- to place in bcuiuni; and an
beinir iu Doutrlas county, orciMii Mi contaiuin 42
OREGON 1 22 loJ Acre-, toyetner with tne appurtenances tucre-
uiita beloDpiiif. iJtucd Ko-eaurx, iwearon, January
31st, liij. D. W. Al'i'LEuATE, AUiuiiiiatrator.
' Jany. 21t it. ,
An Independent Nevspaper of
Democratic Principles, bt;t not Con
trolled by any Set of Politicians or
Manipulators; Devoted :o Collect
ing and Publishing all ths News, of .
the Day in the most Interesting
Shape and with the greatest possi
ble Promptness, Accuracy and Im
partiality; and to the Promotion of
Democratic Ideas and Policy in tha
affairs of Government, Society and
Sates, by Mail, FottjHtidi
DAILY, per Year $3 C3
DAILY, psr Uonih - - - 9
SUNDAY, per Year - - - - . 1 CD
DAILY and SUNDAY per Year - 7 C3
WEEKLY, per Year - - IC
Address. THIS SUIT. Sew Tork City.
CIVIL BEND STORE
V. Ito ARRZKGTOZ7 -
Dry. floolSjGrobariea, etc.
Ail ' Kinds of Produce Taken in Exchange.
CIVIL BEND, DOUG. CO., OREGOJT.
S. SuiitSies Co.
Next door to Uij New Bakerj.
Prioos 3J odorate!
A. F. CAMPBELL, .
-Next door to Hogan's Store.
Notice to' the Public.
LI. persons are forbidden to enter ujxn ny of -J.
mv enclose J lands in Floumoy Vtlley, or to .
huut upon my promise. JUNKS II. FLOUHA'OV.
132 FiWt Street Portland Oregon.
No. C9 Alder Street, neir 4th, POUTLANP, Oresou
KEPT ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
School Clerk of llUtriut So. 14, Douglas county
Oreoi!, for building' a bchool houoe in said uidinec,
according to plans and specifications, a copy of which
can be Keen by applying-at the County CJeik's office
or at the i evidence of tiie District Clerk at U'nipqua
Bids to be opened at the annual School mectinsr on
the fourth day of March, 1835, by the Board of Di
rectors". Contract to be let to lowest responsible bid
der. The building committee reserve tho - right to
reject any or all bids. By orderof the Coui:mt,ie.
Ext cwtois Notice.
The person who neglects to do good
to others when an opportunity occurs
may pass on through life, die ricb, be
queath all to some public institution:
yet iu point of greatness orchaiity the
poor wayfaring man who acts the part
of the goQ(J Siuuai iatn escells him.
Though a man be poor he can be polite
he can give .aiv agreeable expression
which reflects a halo of light ami revives
hopo in all who have" any redeemable
qualities. Locis C. Hill.
"I Boat feel Liie Work."
NEW. YORK COFFEE IIOUaE,
city is about titty years olJ, was en- QVStOr SalOOIl
'. i i I ' f ..--til... ... J I
tireiy aesuoyeu m time oi mw wa u Tne lkjldlvq cueck restaurant is city
rebuilt bv the same old energetic citi- , S1FERD & HACKNEY. PROPS.
zer.S 'or their dtf'condeptH.'.' Tl0 City is Open Day and Night. Private. Booms for U&. fMSyBioTlinVL School
built on a hill, consequently caimo; be
hid. On the hill a short distance to
the west, is located the State Indus
trial Institute where the young ideas
ere taught to shoot. Ihe imputation
of this College may well be envied by
the Roasted regions where ail tho bliz
zards come frttui. The depot on the
.Frisco & St. Louis R. R. is favorably
situated between the two points. I
have not seen a saloon in the state, nor
a drop of spirituous drink sold within
six miles of this place, except by drug
gists. There are no street lamps, all
retire in due time and none dare to
molest. Money matters hero as else
where is rather thin but the people
have a stiff upper lip. A, A. Excels.
Fayetteville, Ark., Feb. 1st.
exjienses without further ceremony.
Oar nsuaj bu'uget of Oakland news did
not come to h;viid tl.iB week, much to our
regret. ' Wes!iall expect it uext week.
Hons. W. I. FriadlAuder and Sal. Abr
hams are still at the capital, important
members of the third houso and will' return
borne just as soon as well, the house adjourns.!
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN
dersiiied bare ton appointed Executors of
the las Wul and ledtan.ent, aiuioi the Lsiato of Y il
ium S. rinkston, deceased, Ute of Douglas countv ,
Oregon, by orderof the County Court cf said County
and estate, made and entered on the 24th day of Janu
ary, iirj, and they have duly qualiUed a.3 snch: Now
tncreiore, an persons having claims against saia ts-
t-vie are nereoy notitiea to jresent tne same duly ver
itied within bix mouths at taebheritfa ottice at Kbse-
bury, Orejjon, to either of the unde signed, aud ail
persons owing said Estate are required to make im
nie iiatc pay luent as above.
l 11. I'lMiMUS,
U. A. TAYU1K,
Datod at Uose'ourg-, January 31st, 1S83.
- BIlLIillB. OB.
J. M. BIIiL AS.D'
would respectfully inform the public that ho
has on liaud & line assortment of
Dry Gocls, 12rccerks,
Mt. Scott Botes.
Success to the Heview.
Stock of every description looks line.
Once more the farmers have laid
their p'ows lo rest.
will op en 1st of May or sooner
Xcw House, JVcw Furniture,
Xew. everything. All modern
Improvements : Elydrmilic i
Proprietor of ihti
CITY BAKERY AND
. CANDY FACTORY.
T-EEP3 CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL
IXCIY CVCry thill ff. All modern Craekers, etc. AUo Hne nleaUm of ireneh and
and in fact everything usaally kept at a fir
ciais store. LJive him a call
Goods at IiOtt Prices;
All kinds of Produce
Taken n Excliiinsc f jr G 3 3 H i
ta.ll or.tra pr jiiptly iltalttj.
FHYSICIAfi & SURGEQII
An enjoyable party was given at the res
idence of JohnFarquar in this city on, Mon
day evening the occasion being the birthday
ofMn Farqaar. Ono of the members
of out force was present and reports that all
went as merry as a wedding bell until the
wee small hours of morning. Good music
was furnished aud dancing was indulged in.
Excellent refreshments were served and all
I t makes no difference what business
you are engaged in: whether you are
a preacher, a merchant, a meceanic, a
lawyer or a common laborer, you can't
do your work well while you re half
sick, Thousands try to, but ull in
vain, IJow much better to keep your
organs in good order by taking Parker's
Tonic . when you feel '-'a little cut of
sorts," It would be money in your
pocket, One hour of good," rejoicing
health is worth half a dozen hours full
of languor and pain,
. Tna Housewife s Favont8.
"We will send free for one entire
year, to every lady who sends us at
once the, names of ten married ladies,
at same address, and 12 two-cent stamps
for postage, our handsome, entertaining
and instructive Journal, devoted to
Fashions, Fancy V oik,. Decorating,
Cooking and Household matters.
Regular price, $1.00. Send to-dav,
and secure next number. Addres, DO'
MESTIC JOURNAL, Nunda, N. Y.
Earl v grain never looked better than Ucvator, etc. European or i
at the preent.tune. American plan,
"Owing to theTgame law that is in
force the deer are as numerous as chick
ens around a barnyard.
We understand that Mr." Ream es
taks charge of the Patterson mill
lost-office. Mr. 1 Shrum. resigning,
Our old time and muaical friend,
Henry Poltinghous(v gave Mt. Scott a
flying visit last week. Come again.
The young bloods of thig part antic
ipate on making the earth' tremble in
the way of firing ofi anvils on the 4th
of March. '-
A young cyclone swfpt through this
locality last Sunday evening, but we
are happy to state that no serious dam-
ago was. done, .
Mr, J. F, Thomason can boast of one
of the finest orchards in the country
we have no doubt that Mr. Thomason
in course of time will be able to supply
the demand which th best fruit market
' The literary society conducted by
Messers Reams and Chapman, is doing
finely the following are the officers Mr.
J. Chapman, President; Mr. Reams,
Vice president; Mis. Reams and Miss
Sarah Wimberly, Critics; Miss Rennie
:TOOMB5TONES, TABLETS, ETC.
Shop Rear of liogau's Stor.
Intalliblc Cure in one-half, to
two hours time without any
pain, or danger whatever to
the patient. No interruption
of business Dose: table
spoonfuls,' For particulars,
apply to 4ohn WilUelm, Agent
6T Aider Street, Portland.
Moronic Temple, .
J. C. FULLERTON,
ATTORNEY m AT LAW,
OFFICE: In Marks' brick, up stairs.
L. F. MOSHER,
ATTORNUIT-AT - LAW,
Office, Adjoining Hogan's Store.
The Bcyeks' Guide is issued rarch
and Sept., each year; 224 pages, 8Jxll i
iaches, vith over 3,300 illustration
a whole picture gallery. Gives wholesale
prices direct to consumers on all goods for
personal , or s.- family use, .
Telb how to order, and
gives exact f . T . 1 cogt of ev
erythingyou ;';l J j ,,sc 'iat
eat, wear, or f.j liava fun
with. These '" --i invaiuabla .
boohs contain information rrleaned from
tha markets of the world. . "Wo wili mail
a copy Free to any address r pon receipt
of the postage 8 cents. Let s Lea
from you. i ; P.cspert fully, "
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
. hxl 6i HitA Wuboth Avcuue. Chlausa, UU
rT riT9 p ray I
b mailed r-F 17 E? if
to aU applicanU r ill. H v - ,j
ordering it It containi illustrationf. pr!e,
' - ' ' . ' ", '
S TURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1885
Dr. Edw. Diedrich,
raYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Dr. 31. J. Palton,
OFFICE Corner Cass and Jackson Streets, ovtr L.
Belli' jewelry tore, Roseburg Oregon.
Fii-st right hand rooui, tip-stairs ver
Marks' Store. Repairs and alterations
THE ROSEBURG . :
String & .Brass Band
13TThl8 Band will furnish niua'c. either string tr
Brass, upon an; oecuiou ftt reaioBAbie ravea.
. t t. PFnsfiVi? AUR HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
' il. I hivegiveatomy n Charie M. Koah hU
1 time as a ram oi full ae. 1 claiMi no:ie of hit wasres
and will not berexiDio lorai y "i m imhk
and all oeiiso.is are vroruid ujt, to ere 1 1 hun :i rar
January 10th. 1S3:.
U iltsd SWea I.aul Offlf
RoMbars-, rea:i, Uec. 15, li'iS.
ATOTICE IS HKttEBY GIVtN, I'UR'IUaNT TQ
IN Act of Conarre ot June 3, 137i for the eale
timber lands In the Stales of California, Oregon, N.
vada ani ia VahintonTerritrry,that Henry C.SIin
moiia has applied to j urchase tUe Lot, So. 6, 6. T
and 8, bee. 'ii, T. 2S, U. 7 West, Willamette iler-
id.aa. ,s ...
Any aud all persona c'aimmj adversely any of the
abov described land, n ust file their claims with tb
Itjtriatcr of tho U. a. t3d OtHeeat Ro8eburjr,Or9?n
duritvi the sixty day publieation licreif, and faijuj.
ti do 0, lasir riuvs m wo narreu av swuw.
Wsa. T. UiiNJAillN,
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