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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1885
In view of tlio confusion that now
Exists in the use of the words "tornado"
and "cyclone," the attention of the
jmUic is requested to the' following
brief description of the chaiactenstics
of these very drstinct kinds of storms,
in order to attain if possible the desir
able end of a uniform tenninologv:
Cyclone. A name suggeeted by
iPiddington in Ei Bt India, about forty
years ago, to apply to the violent
storms of the Bay of Bengal and other
tropical regions; synonymous with "ty
phoon" of the China Seas and "hurri-.i-ane"
of the West Indies. A broad
stoi m, f rom 100 to 500 miles in diam
eter, characterised " by a broad disc,
from which heavy rain falls; with spiral
inward blowing winds of destructive
violence near the cenlre, but with a
Calm Bpace (r.en Or fifteen miles in di-
ametet ) at the centre itself, known as
the "eye of the storm." The barometer
always records a. low atmospheric pres
sure near the storm-centre. Cyclones
Lave a" progressive motion, not directly
tisable; but apparent in the passing
ehanrjes of the weather that they bring.
The broad storms, often of but moder
ate violence, accompanied by a heavy
wide-spreading sheet of cloud with rain
or snow, bring warm weather in their
front half and cold in their rear, which
frequently covers- a considerable num
ber of our states at once, exhibit nearly
nil the physical peculiarities cyclones
although this name is not generally
applied to them by all meteorologists.
In our country such cyclonic storms
never leave a narrow path of destruct
ive action along the track of their cen
tral passage, bul they.are rather b3ne
ficial than otherwise, as they bring the
greater share of our rains. As a whole
these cyclonic storms travel across the
country, from west to east, at a rate of
twenty-five to thirty miles an hour, the
same storm often endures for a week
' and its path may be followed for several
Tornadoes. -Are very violent-local
storms, which appear, from records
made bv the numerous volunteer torna-
do reporters in co-operation with the
Signal service, to be generated only i.i
eertain parts of the broad, relatively
harmless cyclonic ttorm. Tornadoes
are marked by their well-known whirl
ing funnel cloud, and by their .narrow
jpath of destrncticn, within which few
structures can withstand their violence.
They are, therefore, very local. They
advance at a rato of twenty-five to thir
ty miles an hour, corresponding to the
progression of the great cyclo nic storm
single tornado seldom endures moie
than an hour or two. A number of
tornadoes frequently occur on the same
day in adjacent states, they are com
monly associated with thunder storms
and with gales or squalls of violent
straisdit-line winds. The name "tcrna
tlo'r has been used as here indicated
ince the early part of this century in
this conntry and in Europe. Its re
placement by "cyclone" is very recent
and hhould be avoided in order to pre
It is desired to give this matter as
general publicity as possible si as to
ga'n, in the coming tornado season, a
use of the words "tornado" and "cy
clone" that shall correspond with their
original and technical meaning, and
with their termiuology of meteorolo
gists throughout the world.
The Signal Service reports never ap
ply tk word "cjclona" to our western
"tornadoes" and it is hoped that the
press of the United States will follow
" the usage of the Service.
W. B. IIAZEN.
The above was handed us by -Mr.
Kanry, our Signal Officer at this place.
This treaty has been defeated in Con
e gress, and we are sorry it is so. No
treaty made by the United States with
any people" or government for a long
time would have been productive of so
much good to our couutry as that Nic
araugian treaty could have been. We
are iilso surprised to find men, whom
we thought would have been ti e very
last to vote against such a measure,
fighting that treaty to the teeth. We
, Iar that Riddleberger was right when
he said "the American people could
nt now construct a narrow gauge rail
road, or dig a water ditch without the
consent of England." We think it a
mistake to pander to all the whims
that our mother country requires at
cur hands. She is becoming too ex
acting, and the sooner we indicate that
fact to her, the better. And we lost a
splendid opportunity to do so when we
failed to speak out on the treaty above
Mardr Gras festivities at New Or
leans hare begun. Old R-x' came
and rceived the keys of the citv.
The following lines were written to
Mr, Voltaire Gurney, by Clarke Mell
ville, who is now, we are sorry to say,
in the Oregon Peni tentiary, and aiany
believing that the lines contain true
poetic merit, we are asked to publish
the h&me. While there is some mater
ial defect in this piece, and want of
consecutive unity of thought, ytt it is
touched wicli pathoaand some excellent
Dear Gcrsev: To-nig'at I'ni astride of a steed
Of doubtful demeanof sad dafioui speed,
He's spavined, of ecrar43, aal ri bias 1 aid oubt
With fl Jinks tur.iing in and and kneej standing ouc
A sorry old crdature, you rightly axay guess,
But i love him, iny rijwu! n9T3r-tho-les.
Ten yeara hsrve lolled by with their frosts and their
. snow. ......
Their summers of pleasures and winters of woes,"
Since I, in discouragement, leaped from the height
Of his back, aad I saw him no more till to niht.
When-1 esJled hija, and he in response to my call
Came to me all bridled and saddled and all
In good trim for a canter o'er roads rough and long,
To the roon of Fancy, the "Realm of Son:"
So we're off, he and I, o'er the fields bare and.brown,
Thro the gloom of the forest and glare of the town.
Cut instead of bis feet keeping time t my rhyme,
I di.sco ver my song to his step keeping time.
j And iToen, in that kingdom of laurels and bars
Wucreao few gather wreathes, tho some findboquets
I kneel at the altar where Fame stands to crown
The victor, and give to the vanquished a frown,
I'll be more thin content if 1 miss the disgrace
Of seeing her majesty scowl in my face.
But I'll riule tothe finish whatever occurs,
For once I h ive drawn on my boots and my spurs
And maun ted my steed and set off oh the track
I hive' no inclination to ever look baik
For we knew Mrs. Lot for a similar fault
Was turned in a trice to a pillar of salt.
Your letter came to me on one of those days
That are always detested u chill, sombre haze,
As cold as dead love and as bleak as the past,
Came up and.the briirht blue of Heaven o'ercastt
And hutijj like a psll ovcr'mountain and plain,
While out f rem it folds fell a deluge of rain.
But it brought on its white little wings the perfume
Of the lilacs nnd seen, of the roses in bloom;
The song of the wood birds, the humming of beesj
And the goblins Grief from my heart fled away
As the hours of night from the glory of day.
I love every whisper that comes to my lot,
Whrtn my heart hhall revert to its happiest timej
To t'io greenest of fields and the sunniest clime,
Though half of the wo rid intervene, yet it will
Return in a rapture of love to tho milL
Let ne look a last at its lr.anifold charms;
Let me lav with fty face buried low in my arms,
While Fancy goes back o'er the lily crowned vales
And gatliersjthepar'sies in flower sown dales'
Where the rd robbin pours out his love tothe pines
And white hoin3 peep out thro the rifts in the vines
Oh! earth's only Paradise, land of the sun!
When death shall decree tbatmy race has been run
And the Maker has taken my soul at its worth,
And my heart finds the rest it found net on CartM,
May feome one'eome out from the land of the brave
And plant a sweet flower from the south on my grave
I'm fully aware that I am woefully late
In cheering November's election, and great
Is my shame and disgrace that I've waitM so long,
Ere weaving the favorite part of my song.
Isend : o i a fsrvent "Thank God!" but you.know
1 Cannot shout with you, "the Rascals must go"
Fo my foreman might choose to return me the shot
By rtf erring with sneers to the' Kettle and Pot.
T.vas a month ere the uews found its way to my ears
A nd the bark ofjmy hope in the sea of ray fears
Was nich swamped, but one night aa I chanced to
r look down -
Through an iron-barred window o'erlooking the town
At a suburb where Nature and Art seem to meet
And thefielJs to refuse further way for the streat;
In a p!ain sloping down to the edge of a streaftl
Whose crystalline bosom reflected the beam.
Of the moon,ju9t emerged hov a bath in a bay
Of fray fog in the East land, tl. at sniiled as it lay '
Till its ripples smiled out thro' the gofd an3 the mist
Like a slumbering babe that the Angels heve kissed;
I saw such a numerous throng (fathered around
That their numbw could never be told, and the sound
Of their chart-ins: rolled out on the air of the niirht
JC-tao slumber that slowly comes after the light
Of the faraway lihtniug, and sullenly dies
In the furthermost part of the faraway skips';
And cannons wefa booming and flags floated high,
And tha rockets pierced the Lfo arch of the 6ky,
And the sfcvrs mellow light and the moon's ruddy .-ays
Were drowned in the red of the bonfire's blaze;
While away in the bat-kground, the brigTit river rolled
Past the fields,' that lay bathed in a shower of gold,
And I gazed for I thought a great strife was at hand
And rout or rebellion was rife in the land;
And I shuddered as one who doth stealthily prowl
To the fields, in the wake of a favorite fowl
That is nesting, and thrusting his arm thro' the brake
To discover her nest, puts his hand on a snake'
My fears were dispelled in a moment, for there
A great crimson banner hung out on the air
And on it "All Hail! af-er twenty-four years -Democracy
triumphed!" Isankj and the tears
Rushd into my eyes and I si o itcd "Well done.
Grand soldiers of patience, yur victory's won."
Next morning the faithful were still at their sport
When UwciviliMd lightuin? flwhei in their rrf.
Of ths counting committee, and gave to the land
i rum me euge or the lakes to the dark Rio Grande,
Gaxe the worlJ tho sweet truth of tho proverb which
All things come at last to the party which waits.
Without an appeal or a prayer to my X'use,
I'll proceed to relate all I k now of the new.
That is floatiair about in this desolate place,
nereone ma life time would scarce seethe face
Of a breezy old gossip who, blundering down
In one's easiest chair, tells the news of the town;
The farmer?, those heroes of dollars and dimes. '
Are loud in their railin? against the hard times. .
But somewhat at variance, still, in their views.
And some curse the Chinese, while more curse the
And all eurae the Democrats raging because
Of tha threatened repeal of the "Revenue Laws."
The "oldest inhabitant" fails to recall
Such a terrible winter as this is, for squall
After squall blew upoa us and flung from their hand
A white devastation that grasped aU the lacd,
Ai d held it so close to its breast that the chill
Destroyed half the cattle in sunny Vanihill.
But Spring, the fair spirit of sunshine and showers
With her green tresses decked with the fairest of
With her warm kisses soothing tha snow to its tomb
And her soft touch caressing the Gelds into bloom
Will be with us ere long, and when Spring zephyrs
care not a stiver for last winter's snow.
Trade is unpromising; and I am tol J -An
alchemist couldn't turn wheat into gold.
And the Shylocks leau back with an air of content
And loan to the grangers at twice "cent per cent.'
There'll be wr.iiing and gnashing of teeth I'm afraid
When the pound of flesh mortgageshave to be paid.
There's a corner in buckwheat, a blueness in milk.
A tightness in lacinirs, a rustle in silk,
TheUennan shopkeeper will breathe tn one's ear
That "Mutton vas scheap vhilo venison lsb dear;"
And since the foul weather, aU over the town
Poultry is higher, while feathers are down.
(I have yet much to write and my candle burnt low
And tho fire that fills me is only the flow
Of the slow dying embers that burned in the past,
So I'm forced to invoice the fair goddess at last.
Thus we stand by ourselves in prosperity's reign,
But we cry unto Ged in adTersity's pain.)
Oh! amber-haired maid, with the heaven-blue eyes,
Whose throne is the hills under Hslles' blue skies,
Who gives to your chosen sweet Poesy's fire,
And skills them to waken the man y-toned lyre;
Let me drink but to-night from thy deified rill.
Then leave my heart ashes again if you win.-
I must tell you, iny friend, (though 'twill eaase you
How the State Legislature has captured the town.
They came as a hurricane comes at its worst
(With tmiUifonn dress but a unit t mi thir.t)
And the terrified townsmen abandoned their goods
And fled with their wives and their babes tothe woods,
They silenced the Courts and they scared the p lice
They turned into turmoil the place, and the peace
They're so greatly endangered and caused such a fret
Th.it the State may call out the militiamen yet.
(That one hears strange stories, we all must agree,
But I tell ytrii the tale as they told It to me.)
Before closing I deem it my duty to send
My regret at tti sofrc'wful state of our friend.
Rut I am not startled at all at the news,
For he never had aught but a maniac's views;
In pure stupid foil; ha ne'er was surpassed,
And what's always been cracked must be broken at
I send yo5 i giflattd of all the sweet flowsrs
That grow in the garden of Love's fairest bowers
For yourtelf? No, not all; youraustgive afeif sprigs
Of the rarest and sweetest to loyal old Brigga
And his wifeV (Mrs. Bftggs to th woil 1 sie mar be
But as loiisr as I lire shell be Maggie to me.)
Good nighh give my love to your babes and your wife
To 'Stevd' and to Elkin, and know that my life,
However degraded I seem, to you now.
With the red brand of knavery burned on my brow
Mast be purer and better, more hap PSi more bright
For knowing such friendship as yours is Goodnight.
The legislature that has just ad
journed has in some"' points been the
most ..remarkable that eve'r met in the
history of the State. At the begin
ning there was evidently a desire to do
some good, substantial work, but first
from one reason &nct theil an other, im
portant 'measures were, lost sight of,
and the work of the legislature has
been little or nothing. -The." prejudice
against Portland was permitted to go
too far. We do not believe-hut that
there is great cause for the objections
urged against Portland by the interior,
but this should -prompt us only to
simple justice, not to persecution. In
the senatorial contest, looking at it
from the fair impartial standpoint of a
historianwe can come to but one con
clusion, namely, that it was race preju
dice and jealousy of Portland that de
feated Mr. Hirsch. To the Democracy
of course, there can be no feeling of
regret at the discomfiture of tho oppo
sition, but the petty reason that have
led to their defeat should not be passed
by, as party discipline in our own ranks
is demanded, and party treachery of
the Republicans may give us a tempor
ary advantage, but we should not let
our victories over a decided majority
elate us for forsooth ; we but sow the
dragon's teeth of discord in our own
Now we have just this word to say
here, that since -our country offers. an
asylum to all nations of the earth, and
all high-born races coming here and
acquiring citizenship and conducting
themselves as becomes American citi
zens, ostracism and proscription should
not be known among us, and it is venal
in any man or body of men to make a
desynetiea'where there 13 no difference
in. ability, . social standing, or moral
worth. It is possible that those that
were born in the -tents of Sheni are
equal to the children of Japhcth.
We will at some near future time
write up the different bills that have
become laws as soon in fact as we re
ceive the printed copies.
Ooidlle City Notes-
"We were startled to read in the
Plaindealer that the wjreck of the Sol
Thomas was to be sent to South Uend.
That is, we believe, in Indiana.
It is generally conceded that the
Oregon Southern Improvement Com
pany will run a railroad to the.Co
quille river this season to secure timber
for their rnih at Empire.
A company has been formed,' and
articles of incorporation filed, the ob
ject of which is to bring two creeks into
Coquille City for the puipose of suply
ing the town with good, fresh water
and also to utilize the waste water for
Peter Catton was shot at some six
times near Coquille City by the Myrtle
Point constable on Sunday last. He
was ruuning from the officers who were
causing his detention for a fine and
costs which he was subjected to for
building a small head on Alvy Led.
So far this wintewe have not seen
a particle of snow with one exception,
and that melted as fast as it fell. Tne
grass is half knee high and as . tender
and green aa at anytime in the summer.
Stock of all kinds are as fat as butter,
notwithstanding the fact that they have
not been fed a Ute tnis winter.
For some Lime parties have been
killing deer and elk on Sixes river for
their hides. It has been no uncommon
thing to find carcasses ot from one to
three dozen elk and deer iu a radius of
a few acres. A couple of boys have
just been tried for the offance, but
were released as there was not sufficient
evidence to convict. A strict wjtch
will hereafter be kept.
Dr. S. Hamilton is always alive to
bis business) nod spares no pains to se
cure the best ot every ar ticle in his
line. He has secured the - agency for
the celebrated Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption. The onlv
certain cure known for Consumption
"I a i ft -$ KenALiR A Of !-i m U r Ti. a m
Kronchitas. or anr affection of thtf
Throat and Luns. Sold on a positive
guarantee. Trial Bottles free. Reg-
lllar size $1.00. '
Eyrap ot Tig3- -Nature's
own true Laxative. Pleas
ant to the Palate acceptable to the
Stomachy harmless in its nature, pain
less in its action. Cures habitual Con
stipationj Biliousness, Indigestion and
kit dred ills. Cleanses the system
purifies the bloody regulates the Liver
and acts on the Bowels. Breaks up
Colds, 'ChiH5 and Fevers, etc. Strength
ens the organs on which it acts. Bet
tcr than bitter, nauseous Liver mcdi
cincs, pills, salts and draughts. Sam
pie bottles tree, and large bottles for
sale by S. Hamilton.
One Eottfe instead of a Dozen
"And it took only one bottle to do
it, saul a gentleman, speaKing x ar
kei's Hair Balsam. 1 had a run of fever,
and when I got well of that my hair
bean to fail out so fast as to alarm me.
I really didn't know what to do, until
ene day a friend said, Try Parker's
Hair Balsam.' That 'was Borne months
ago.' What surprised me was the fact
that one bottle was enough. - I expect
ed to use up a dozen." Clean, highly
perfumed, not. oily, not a dye. Restores
- xEacKien's Arnif a Salve-
' - . ... " " "
The Dest Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, 'Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, wnd positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisf ictian, or money
iviup.tie'J. Price 2o cents per box. lor
s:ilc bv Hamilton.
A Happy . Thonght.
It .was a happy thought ihat led to
the production of a concentrated fruit
syrup so harmless in its nature that it
niav be given either to the mother or
her bnbe, relished alik8 by both, aud of
such wondeiful efficacy that all who
take it feel brighter and happier. S.
Hamilton will furnish anyone wishing
Syrup of Figs a trial bottle free of
charge, or sail fifty cents and one
THE fcEV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bour
bon, lad., says; "Both myself and wife
owe our Jives to SHILOH'S CONSUMP
WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh
Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10
cts. 50 cts. and $1.
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each hot,
tie f Shiloh 'a Catarrh -Remedy. Prie 50
CATARRn ; CURED, health and sweet
br a ll secured by Slilioh's Catarrh Remedy,
Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free.
PORTLAND ADVERTISE ME NTS.
will bp cirjsi of May or sooner
New II?mse, iYcw . Furniture,
Xew 'everything. All modern
Improvements : Hydraulic
Elevator, etc. European or
American plan. . .
Corner First and Alder Street Portland, Or.
2SIE02 A If :'
ggTTHE PLACE TO BU3T.
J B CONGLE
Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Leather and Saddt-ery Hardware.
10S and 110 Front Street PORTLAND, OREGON.
riftr rrv on t!
Louis Eppingsr, Manager.
Sample Rooms for Oomraercial Travelers.
I - THE
KEW YORK COFFEE HOUSE,
THE LEADING CHECK RESTAURANT IN CITY
S1FERD & HACKNEY. PROP'S.
Open Day and Niifht. Private Rooms for Ladies.
132 First Street Portland Oregon.
I SOL. Manager.
No. 69 Alder Street, near 4th, PORTLAND, Ore?on
KEPT ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
Infallible Cure in one-ha!f; to
two hours time without any
nain. or danger whatever to
the iiaticnt. No interruption
of busiucss. 0ose: 2 tabic
! SPOOllfiliS. For particulars,
apply to John AViihelni, Agent
GT Alder Street, rortlantt.
Strictly One Price.
Boots db Shoes,
Hats tfc Caps,
Trunks and Valises.
put? spoo) j.j:gr
Everything in the line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE
will be sold from this date on, at 10 per cent ;. above cost.
dive iis a call and convince yourself of oar RE.IT
mUUAIXS at the SRlCTLY ONE PRICE STORE.
. - ' :.' - x(o)'. 7 V.. -
Would Respectfully Announce to the Public that They are Better
Tin Ever Before to 1 uhsish
-taiETKR XIII2N G IIV THEIR K.Ta
HAVING lately added a New J. A. Fav Moulding and Matching Machine wc will keep an immense stock
of the VEKY BEST
A FINE STOCK OF MOULDINGS
AND SUGAR PINE LUMBER!
FINE CEDAR nuCTlC, GRAIN SAWED r LOOKING FURNISHED ON SHOTST NOTICE BARN
LUMBER nd FENCINO funmhed at HAUO TIME PRICU3. Ouod sound CEDA.il POSTS, ttAlLING,
PICKETS, &c., for r'LN E FENCING a specialty.
FOR Reference see Reiidenee of Cy. Smith, 4 miles above town or Dr. Hamilton, Roselur We are
bound to make t!ie best Lumber and to five sat ufactiou. Give us a trial.
' " ' .
All orders left with Thos. Sheridan will be promptly filled, and all Lumber delivered on short notice
after May 1st. All or4rn should bo Addressed to
, LOOKING GLASS, OELGON
Tills space .'.is. Reserved fop
ABRAHAM, WHEELER & OO
SHERIDAN BROTHERS, ROSEBURG, OR'GN.
They would announce that they have just received aucl now have on hand one f th
Largest Stook3 of
Fiver brought to Doozlns, md when
TKHNS and READY MaDK TINWAKK,
tn-sv 8Uj ply iu their line ol a.iy heuso
an purchase tdsewlier?.
In .he shape ot building materials i
Buutrior iiiducernt-nts to purchasers. Tij
W'f . hh five tou tarcrain in tue " lo.
wht-re Buck'. Bonanza. Farmer. Utility.
Occidm Irou Kinsr, Empire City, and oihr
Tlie t.-t of workmen ar' constantly empl'.jf l in tbe manulacture ' tur 1'iiwar
and buyers should If arn our price.
We have also taragins to oner in guns,
v well as in Shotgun ani Pinto's
We are also Affeius for tli NVUite I'eeries
"AeStiil at loweai rates auu wnu. m(,uiui id liciuj 'toi.
We can lo supply-
Averill and Eubbcf Faints
1 s e best in th mnrket, at . lowest ralec.
Gvm us a call, iivspect me stock, inquire
ity one can.
W. N. MOORE,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
Office at Court House,
ROSEBURG MARBLE WORKS.
TOOMBSTONES, TABLETS, ETC.
Shop Rear of Ilogan's Store
THE CENTRAL HOTEL
Corner ml Gak and Rosa Streets
Board $1 per Day; Singla Meals, 25 cents.
"rhis house has lately changed hands
and is thoroughly renovated and refaruished
Th traveling pablie will rind the beat
NO CHINAMEN M I LOY fLD.
free 'Bus to aud from the
Rustic on Hand
' WELL .SEASONED CEDAR
adled to thir STOVES OF ALL ?T
they are prepared to decmre thy hav ill
m roukUtTU Ureyou, which they proposw
tlie ay c.
locks, butts tc, we can oSer
iwmg brands ot stova, not tnnailed olae-
Dexter, Pacific, vVi ie Wm. Clarfud'
' ana ranges.
uucu an r iucuei.rr. cnarp ana nuer 11
and Aew uom ewlnr Maci,.u. ucu
as to nnr pnc?. and w i a s
Dr. Edw. Dieclricli,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Dr. SI. J. Pat ton,
OFFICE Corner Cass and Jackson StreeU, ove
Bellls' jewelry store, Rosehurg1 Oregon.
working people. Send 10 cents pos
tfe, and we wdi mail voukrek, a reval
iluabte sample box ot ;ood th.it will
put j oil in the way ot makmir more money in a few
ty man you evertaoujrni Kssibe utany buiiiess.
Capital not required. . xou can hva at home and
work in niiare time only, or all the time. All of
both hexes, of all age.i, grandly mtxcl ul. 50 cent?
to Hj eistly earned every evening. That all who
want wofic muy tet the business, we make thU uo
paralleled offer; To all who are not Will gatiefied we
wM send 91 to pay tor the trouble of wrifinir us. Full
particulars, directions, etc., sent freo. lininoii-c pay
nuaoiuwiy sure lor an wno aiart at once. Dun t ue
lay. Address Stikscn X Co., Portland, Maine.
To the Lovers of Good Horses:
wm urn my vumurateu ocaiiiOM, jio-
lrw flhipf jr. fliilrltinrl Su)nnl.i A....;l
4th. "RRfi tn th lllrhaif l.wl.lr A, lot
months tim?, with appioved surety.
Come oue, Come all. Here is a chance
for a bargain. Ica F. Eice, Sr.
more money than at aiiythine else by takinir
jVan agency for the best selling book out.
1 1 Betrinnenaueueod irrandlv. N.me fail. Tmu
trte. liALUtTT Bjo Co., lortiaud, Maine. .
mm wash house
SM YOUNG, - - PROPRIETOR
THIS Popular Laundiyman hat acain opened bus
iness at his old stand tn Roe'uurj on Utiu
street, tWo d or south of tf.)sa4 blaktmith shop.
He is prepared to contract lor
AND FURNISll I
COOKS, - ' -
v FARM HELP,
WOu DC HOPPERS,
RAILROAD HAND 3
Or Chinese Labor of any description on
Havin; had 23 years' experience as watchmaker ia
Oregon, 1 feel coutiuciu of ffivin satisfaction iu all
wonc entrusted to me. 1 also hare a Urge stoUt o I
Watches, clocks and Jeweiery which will be soU
1 have the cnntr patent rijr'at for ths sale of Con
creto 0juwat Pipo for coaveyiujr water ta auy pUce
deiired. L. BELFluS.
R, S. & J, 0. SHERIDAN
(!suessors to Thos. P, Sheridan)
DEALERS IN HARDWARE, TINWARK, STCYE
GUNS, CU 1'Li.KY, AND TINNERS X"R
NlbHiNG GOUDS. ..
TIN STORK, KOSEBUltU, Or.
Having: secured the aoove business, we are
pared to keep up its former good name for work aa
prices. We have tho best oi material and a!ys
full stock of goods on hand and it is our aim U fur
nish customers with first-class articles at live and let
ive prices. A full 8toc"i of
Iron and Stool For Sle.
Dealers from abroad will receive prompt att
R. S. & J. d SilBiUO
J. C. FULLERTOtf, . - .
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
OFFICE: Iu Marks' brick, up stair.
Wishes to inform th ; public that hi has m number
sevriDjr uiachitjes lor at his autre a reUncad
The Eldridge, SpringfiaJd ar.i Sinjir,
THE LATEST IMPROVED SACH it i
Calt and sse it Lnuu DoMIj' VTitubmilcin; Store a
g-Oud XturgMu iv) every a wisuia to bu bewiaf
l'ho have Spring Water to introduie into thtit Vt f &
and houses, for imily Uie or irriatiioa, ftbeuld as
THE C3;iQ3ZT OOHTlHJflUS PIPE-
"llaru-j the County Ri-jht I cn sell to firmer
CliAt', witii auiAonine to do the work. Will lr
1 10 sa.iue by contractor by t!ie foot, as may ke ae
sired. Warranted to do good wurk or no pay.
Thousands of feet have been laid in California aai
worting satisfactoritly. , It is mperior io anjr pi;,
gfxxl fur years, dou'i rust, and keeps the wausr etut
aind jturtf Oiiaai . . .
Dr. A. SSC0Ui, ; v : -
Curi a all Chronic Diseases. Catarrh, ,
Atbu-.U, Cnaainption, Neuraljji
Bheumatl?m, Parali'sj.,; BrighU Dis
ease. Drupwy, White bWflliug, Stif
Th!s treatment thoroughly pu'ities
the bliKd. drivi .g 'l Unou ities an I
corrupt matter f.otn tlie whIe syeteiu
ami brinr eae aud every nerve and
muccle u a licahby iate and i;3 ualurul
work. , . -
All who are safleiiuflr from . Chronc
Disuaseaare reques:etl to call. TUtrre
willbeno charge tiir cons lting- with
tlie patient, 'lerms in all cases reason-
abK-. A. Skcoru.
Cosmopolitan tip tel.
Rose burg. Oregon.
W. F. Owens, - - Manager.
ALSO AGENTS TOR
OF ALL KINDS.
WE TRANSACT A GENERAL BUSINESS IN
Our Lino and pay the highest Market Priee
for Wool and Grain.
FULL LINE OP AGRICULTURAL IMPLE
mcnu keot constant) v on hand, orfurnithed on
ahrt notice at Lowest IMces.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE OPPOSITE THE
LiKt. Give u a cll.
W. JT. Owens.
23. pE. Tus-A.Tsss-ra,
OPPOSITE CARLOJi's STABLK,
Dhicksinitlnzijr and Shoeing.
AH work in this line will ha attended to
promptly at reasonable rates.
ProiJiietor ot thw
CITY. BAKERY AND"
KEE?S CONSTANTLY ON nAND A FULL
stock of Ureud, Cakes, Pien, Plain and Taney
Crackers, etc. Also a fine election of French and
American Can liee aal ChocjUt Goda, ,