Roseburg review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1885-1920, May 29, 1885, Image 2

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    SUE
IIQSKBURG review,
FRIDAY, ?vIAY;?9lS8. '
THE UHA.EA0IUS OF QUIT. ; G-QILDQH.
Pr. Donald Jlacleod.
No knight errant going forth to
redresa wron, ivo inissionaiy spending
his li? to b!e83 -his broth er men,
ever displayed a ;; more 'cbivrtJrou
'cnlliusiasni of humanity.'' ' The kuy
o his lifp ws his consscratioiv to God,
He felt himself "not his own," but was
Buirendared wholly into God's hand to
jdo whatever wcrk Ho might appoint.
This maoe him dead to, every mouve
which appealed. 'to self . Aaibilioi
jnono?, power, praisr, had no influence
ver him, He touches bur sympathies
at every point, . Ilia very rnvsticisra
La3 a chairs, and his Calvatusm if
euch it en bo called- Is charged with
such a rore charity and hopefulness to
wards all men, as to make it sweet and
Jjeauiiful, however sternly inflexible it
jnay' have boon as regards his own path
pfduty, "To rne it &eews ho once
wrote, vthafc the Mussulman worships
God as well as I do, and is as accepta
bly if sincere, as any Christian." Tol
jerant towards the sincere Molmmme
.dans. he is unsparing in his condemua-
. -s iL.";'.:.. !....'... ti i .-. ' mi
$ion oi me liisuicero Anrisuan. , lue
jChristianity of the macs oF peer le was
Jo Mm V vapid, tasteless thing, of no
use to any one." There are those who
have called hitn a' fanatic. But there
is not a trace of degenerate Or morbid
enthusiasm about that healthy nature
f f his. He is open and simple aj the
blue sky, and shows a keen sense of
jLhe ludicrous, even in tbe midst of his
severest privations. If to have refusal
honors and richep, to have avoided
adulation, to have spent his last farth
ing for the poor, bo fanaticism, then
Gordon was an undoubted . fanatic.
But if such self sacrifice seems exayr
geruted only because it so far excels
pur ordinary standards, and approaches
an ideiJ which many wf us describe but
feebly try to imitate, then we must
Jle may have delighted in a certain
myst'cal interpretation of Scripture.
H'.A he may h:tvj can-led what he ca! lei
..c : t i:uuth whloii suj
; u fO 'V i!i"Ti::uItajfi, hut- h .vas
cho;ceit iiist-mces; Hhs'jiuio tnnnilily
with an imperious decisiveness; I a life
of ceaseless action and exciting adven
v' ture with a reflectiveness and commun
ion with God as unbroken ns that of a
veclnse; an eye which saw through and
through wickedness, with a readiness
to forgivo which erred from its excess;
u righteousness that was clear m its
purity as that or a saint, united with
a char'ty which sanmed bcundless.
GonernlJ. C. Black, commissioner
of pension?, has directed tbe suspen
sion at the Philadelphia agency of 102
pensions which have been drawn al
though the pensioners are -dead. In
BOice cases the commissioner' savs' the
-i
the portions in whose names the pen
sions were drawn have been dead, since-.
1S71. He has also directed the sus
auspenaien at th agency, of pensions
to rtivet. vidf. 7.-3 '.v ho re-iruMTied in
I f 1 -j 1 j ; ..: ;,v '?.'!; n tdviv
.'.:.". !..''';...::. T' . .l.u.-iTis.iio,'j.."i
h,v? nked t'i;; utr.o;iniy gouer.ij to Ining
suit against the pension agent for the
aionejs so unlawfully disptwsad.
The appointnenta of President
jjioveianc a in-. uregon uavo boon 01
such good material as to give univer
sal satisfaction. The honesty, ability
and Democracy of no appointee can be
questioned. . This naturally . leads lis
to auppose that tb3 Eastein appont
ments are equally satisfactory and that
.the telegraph, as of old, is in the inter
pet of the Republican party.
A resident of Bufialo who is well ac
quaintad with the President, writing to
a friend in Washington, said: ."You
will find that Cleveland is a second An
drew; Jackson; a regular Old Hbkory;
and he wili.be the President himself so
long as he occupies the White .House,
the politicians to the contrary notwith
standing.' Recently a box containing presents
made to President Monroe about fifty
ears 8g Was found in an out of-away-.
nook of the treasury vault at Washing
ton. It U not at all likely that any
presets made to the presidents who
have he'd.otSce during tha p;it twenty
live 'years .will ever be-, found -iu that
place.
The total i tea of Russian territory
is about 8,800,000 squate miles; that
of British teriitcry is about 8,500,000
square milts. The population of the
British Emniro as calculated in lSSl"
was about 304,000,000 thai -of the
Russian Empire about 103,000 000.
'O'" - "-'-'jrir'j '.'-
' .The work of turning the' rascaU out
eeras to bo goinx on as bravely as a
ery backward uprin'will ennit. -
Subscribe for the Review.
1HS KEADY LAW.
.Orcgonfctt.
Notwhhitanding the fact that lead
ing lawyers of tho State have, expresed
theii opinion thaj the bill which pro-'
vides county liquor licenses shall betlhem to realize their sense ot anty, anu
,00 per annum - wilt be inoperative,
-uuao aa iiu 1)Cuilv 4Ui j
ticn thereof, none of the liquor selieis
have exhibited anv tendency or desire !
toward testing whether this ftature is
really lacking. There seems to be a
kind of distrust exlstinsj that the law
yers are not wholly disinterested in
wishing to have this question contested
in the court?, as they have everything
to gain aud nothing to lose thereby.
At "all ' event?, although the bill has
been in operation some time, no con
test has yetjbeen raised. Uouuty dram
shops have either closed their doors or
pad the required license. In. Multno
mah county .nearly every dealer out
side of the city managed to. defeat the
intent of the law for the present year
by surrendering their old license which
had not quite expired and taking out
new .ones at tbe old rate at $100. per
annum just jefore the, new. law went
into .effect. In other counties, how
ever, the nun-bor of saloons have vis
ibly decreased, much to the satisfaction
of the people who were uufortuuato
enough to live near them,' Takt a
case in point. The little town of Dil
ley, just a post office and a collection
of houses on the railroad; in the pret
tiest and most fertile spot of wealth
producing Washington' county, had
last winter two saloons. The new law
has closed them u;, and the fathers 'in
that prosperous section, who had look
ed with fear uoon' this sinister infiu
auce spreading itself about their boys,
are without exception thankful from
the bottom of their hearts that it is so.
Who shall say the county liquor li
cense In w has not done something of
the work for which it was intended.
The fact is simply tlfat Governor
Moody does not understand the tem
per of the people if he intends to call
an extra session of the Legislature.
It would be to secure imr.tv anvamasret
A. O
and the diy has jyona by when people,
overburdeued with taxation, care any
thing about pirty advantages. x.p
point a man and b j satislied.
It is u plain fact that the people of
Uie stale of .Oregon do "not " wish to
stand the expense of 20,000 to 30,
000 for' an extra seosion of the Lenis
Litnre. Let the Governor apjolnt a
senator and be done with it.
How does anybody know that the
Legislature if convened would e'eot h
Senator? -What is the u-je of spending
the people's money for nothing.
' Tha people of Oregon do not wish
to pay $30,000 dollars for a chance to
elect a corporation Senator. .
"AaEnterprisiog, Eeliabie Hotiae.
S. nampilton can always be relied
upon, not only to carry in stock the
best of everything, but to secure the
AgenGy for such articles as have well
known merit, aud are popular with
the people, thereby sustaining iho rep
utation of being alwava enterprising,
and ever reliably. Having secured the
Ayeiicy fur the celebrated Dr. King's
NVw-Diseoyery for Consumption, will
sell it on a positive guarantee. It will
surely cure any aad every auction of
Throat, Lungs, and Chest, and to show
our confidence, we invite yon to call
and get a Trial Bottle Free.
Are You Tired of Being Sickl
We wmt to Bay a word to tho men, women
and girl who work in storep, offices and fac
tories. There ar hundreds of thousimla of
you in the country. "Very few of you 'are well.
You are shut up too much and exercise too
little. In this way you arc sick. Your blood
is bad, your digestion poor, your head often
aches, you don's feel like 'ork. Your liver,
&tomach and kidneys are out of order. Par
ker's Tonic has cured hundreds of such cse3.
It is pure, ture and pleasant. ' .
Backlen's -Arnica Salvo.
The Best Salve in the world for
CntFr ..Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, 'Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no- pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfwt satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
salo by S. Hamilton.
We made anow roller this woeb and h t
ted the market with d- I.cious Anel Food
made out of the old one. Only a in til
stock left, iiirl
ROSEBURCi GR CERY. STORE
ROLT. 1 .VST )S, PEOPRIETOR.
Jackirj ttrtet, one dx,r South of Mrs. Com p ton 'g.
HAS JEST-RECEIVED..
A STOCK OF
CANDIES, NUTS, CAKES,
CRACKERS, TEAS, SPICES,
SUGARS, CANNED GOODS
COFFEES, E'iXi; ETC., ETC,
I Exchange Goods for t Good Butter
and Fresh Eid ' - -
MY GOODS ARE ALL FRESH,
HOST- EASTOK.'
: Physicians are often startled pjr re
markable discoveries. The fact that
Dr.Ktng,s New Discovery, for Con-
suroptipn and ; all Throat and Lung
diseases is daily curing- patient3 that
they have given up to die, is startling ;
,oieirMiui..ii.J,m.t
diswwv. resulting in our best
rbysicians usiog it in tLeir practice.
Trial Bottlt-a fiee at 9. Hamilton s
Drug btore. JLUgular Size 1 .UU,
attention 3Xcelia.nlcs.
WIL! BOOK -
SHOWS
w Ito
proportion cornices, to make mouldings
How to make Eave and Kake .mould
ding; gauge a tapeiing stick 8 square;
make a top mitre box; get the length
of hip rafters; get the backing for the
same, get the length of jack raf tei s ;
get the length of valley rafters; get the
hip for a concave rcof; get the and
J pitch roof; cut the top end of - mould
mg for rake; strike a circle with a
square; draw a spiral. . Also the 47 th
problem of Euclid .explainer! in a new
way, for the benefit of Carpenters.
Price 50 cents.
FOIt SALE AT THE REVIEW
OFFICE.
NOTICE.
RSOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
m ' that during uiy absence, my busi
ness is left in care of J. Cv Fu'lertbn
and any person desiring to see me, in
relation thereto will please call on hiai.
J. v. HAMILTON.
Boseburg, Hay 20, 1335.
BlacksmithinG
P. 51.
HAVi.vt! l-;st:j eowb::
Bros.' B'aeksmith Shop is now prepared to o al
work in -the HUckmiibliiff Line in a Urate J as
maimer. Ho rsushoaiiu: a specialty, -
. I EMI
Onlilaud,
Ore on
H 1 fl JUST RETURNED FROM
llilU ' Missouri, .wLero h purchased
Seventeen Head of Fine Pedigreed
Short Ham Durham Csttlel
And ha? established a Stock Farm ' at
the Red Hiils, -Eight miles north of
Oakland. The next season he will
have CALVES FOR SALE, aud in
vites tbe attention of the citizens of
Donglas county to this new cuitcrpiise.
A Cut of the Sire of two of hU ('alv es
can bo Been at this otiice.
Ihia Bull Weighs 2500 Pounds!
Thin in flesh,- and is a beautv. Mr.
Kerley can.be t;een at Oakland tnd
would dispose of two Yourg Bulla this
Season. ', . . .. ' ' . '. :
These Stock were purchased of the
Celebrated Independence Stock Raisers
Chiles, Knox, Davis Bros., and Huyhes
& Son, and are catalogued.
There are two Sucking Calve? born
since the piu'ehwse, unl five inoro will
come this Season.
L. C. BEARDSLEY,
DEALER IX
JLiumljei", Sasli, Xtors
syncl Mouklin 8
OF . T1I5 X&P.Y BEST MAI3RUL.
nOME AND GET TEUJIS EliFORE i'UHCIJAS-
itig cliOhoro.
Of2oe near lnspot,
MRS. E. F. H0T0HKISS,
FINE MILLINERY
AND . v,
jSTeat Uressmakincr!
ROSEBURG: OREGON.
WILL FUaXISII YOU THE BEST AND FINEST
H Woods In tho Market. Ladies Wear, Laces,
Rnohlns, Hosiery nd Jeweiry. "
MISS SUSIE LEW 13 HAS -CHARGE OF THE
iJressiaukiiig- Pepartinent, whiU insure a
Good and (ashiouable lit. Ntar tho Iiepol.
V.'I be mailed Tn t7 IS-SSZl 8
to all anrAiftinu P if If. K.vXl'l ft.
and to customer or last year lttiout
! ordering it. It contains illustratioas, prices,
j daseriptlon and directions furplantinr all
i Vegetable and Flower SJSKDS, BLL.Bs7cta
D.tVl.rcKKYu CO?uMKIT
MOOUE'S KESTAUUAT.
(Princlpial Cu.Uiej Stret.)
Rosclurg7, Oregon.
MEALS 25 CENTS, LODGING 25 CENTS
erW'e Keep the Best the ilai?;-t A2"rd3.
' ' . MRS. SELLIL MCIiK . .
PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENT
ST. OHAELES HOTEL,
smm . Fs p.ri,.,.
con. frost and moruisox bis, Portland.
T8 A F,RE.nooF bkick buildixo 130
J Rooms, loeatei in tlo center fit tha City. Five
minutes walk to tb Post ottioe. Keit ou tUe Euro
jenn plau. Koaias troai 50 cents to i00 pvr day.
iho Kestaurani 13 tbe finest In the cit3',tbe tables wo
uupj-lie l Miib tae bwu-. MealB,-lwta-lS cents up.
re:u5i Uinam', fatciU . t're t'oach' to aid froia
tho House. A-gftfe Elevator U in th lluae. tklio
ltiusr a shaie ul the puUvoagc, 1 am,
' Vc.y Iruty Youn,
- - - JL. D. BltCVVN-
Bes. L. ICoacs:.-. ' ' W. ILAsoara.
OCCIDENTAL' HOTEL,
IKEt't OX THE ,lT&OPEAN PLAN.) .
CORNER CF FIRST AM) KOF.BISCN ST,
POUTLIXO, - - OULHJOX
NOUDEN & ANDRUS. ' Props!
Fre Coach to aud from the House.
JUST OPENED.
The New Esmond.
. . "3?ortlanl, Oregon.
TH O S.GUINEAN, PROPRIETOR.
New EIoiLsS, f ii2niture,
j Xcw every ihin All uiodc u
liuprovcnssats : - -Hydraulic
Eievatoi', etc European or
JUST OPENED.
INTERNATIONAL
Ooi Thirl ad E Streets.
Portland, Oregon.
HKDUCED RATES, miCES TO SUIT T3E TIIIE'J,
TIIIjs LARGE ANU WEuL-APrOlXTED I10CSC
. utfci's (Ki;virlru.x;iiiti)usuiikiM ft'. i jfular piivcs.
Jaca! :'ii, iCvj:u"3 utiii 5'jC. OJO' Ullta DiJO
to &af from me Htoi o t.hiue te.-vrtuia. 'No
tvei cSji.ej ur uev;s.liw:i fro.n roj iUf ruj vl ii.cu
l.er hay. . ..:.,
I ds yi(raaR'uQuae.
4:r
Louid Epoingr, Manager.
EUROPEAN PLAN.
Svsple ttoonu for OommcrslalT.-AT
Portland, ; - .' "oasa
Motion House
SOL. Ulaunger.
Xd. 69 Alder Street, near th. POHTLAXD, t)rej.o.
KEPT CN THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
'-THE-. ;
NEV YORK "COFFEE HOUSE,
RESTAURANT AND
Oyster Saloon-
THE LEADltfj CHECK RESTAURANT IS CITY
-'VSIFERD HACKNEY. PROP S.
Opoa ti&y Mid Niht. Private Rootag for Ladies.
J32 First Sirost Portland Orocon.
A. ROBERTS,
Corner First and Khv Street Portland, Or.
THU- LEAD2HQ
.QLaTttlEa,-HftTTER
... '--Land- -
SSBSOSAHff-'. TMm
OF OREGON. .
fTTHS PLAGE TO
JBCOxNGLE
ManafacUiwr, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
, SADDLES, .HARNESS,
t3i.LEATHF.Il . ASD SaDDIJEKY IIaRDWARE.
lOS andllO Front Street PORTLAND, OHJiGOiV.
TAPE WORM
InfalUbleCure in oisc-hali; to
two Iionrs time without any
pain, or danger whatever' to
the patient. 0 interruption
of business. Dose: 2 tab!c
spoonfhl. For. psrticnlars,
apply to Joliii Wilhclin, Agent
C7.Aldcr,Strft?trPorllauiU-
mi t.-
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS ' AND SHOES.
x ' . DEALERS IN ' 1 -
Hry Goods, Groceries,
Crockery, -Clothing,
TrunlsGj Walico3 ,
DRESS GOODS,
VELVETS,
FANCY GOODS,
SILKS,
CLOACS,
JERSEYS,
Everything in the line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE
will he sold from this date on, at bed rock prices. ?
CUive us a call and convince vonrself of our GRE4T
BARGAINS at the SttlUTLY ONEPRICE STORE.
(0)
V
Would Respectfllly Assouscp to the Pcelic'tuat Tuey are Iii'TEtt
:; ' Tiia Evee Eefore to l uusiau , . '
-EYKK'S THirv G IN TIIKIR LIN1C.-E1-
HAVING lately added a New J. A. Fav Moulding aa 3Iatihinif Muchiue we will keep an imaioaie 6tc:k
ol the VEJt V JLSLbT ' . ,
SPlbaiaj.ail .-Bustio oa Hand-S
A FIXE STOCK OF MOULDINGS WELL SEASONED CEDAR
AUD SUGAR TINE LUMBER!
T1SE CEIUtt RUSTIC, CHAIN SAWED rLOORIXQ FUUKI3HED ON "SHORT JARN
LUMBER and FENOINU furuiahed at HAUL) TlilE PKICbS. tiood ijuud CjcD AU Po&TJ, iUUJ.NO,.
fiCKiil.S, &c lor FE.VuLSii a apecicity. . ,
TOIt Keforenca see Residence of Cy. Smith, 4 mile above tawa or Dr." UamUton. BoMbury. . We r
I' bound to muka the best Lumber and to jfive satiaTac-twa. oive u tmu
I U onleM lc!t -ith Thos. Eberidan will be promptly filled, and all Lumber dalivertd on ehor notice
jVi:. J OSEPHSOX.
ivf.
Keejs aful Jiub of Drer.s Goods of cvetjr . variety, and SInulo.
A full lm of Silks.. - - '
A,ful line of Satiws,. Brocade ad Velvets.
' ' A fall lme of Fancy Dress Goods..
A full lino of Hosiery. .
A full. line of 2otiiiug.
0
c
o
b
A f ill lin of Farnishiiifj Goods.
A full lino of flats and Cups, Boots and ShocB.
A full line of Staple And Fancy Groceries and Tolwccos.
2 A full line of Crockery and Glasswaro.
Aul iasfc, but not least, a fu!l Hue of Oitiic'i Plumes and Tips, with all
Linda of Ladiea flat-Trimming and Hat Shapes. of latest pattern...
t , OOMS -A.TO'XJ 02323
THE
TAI
1 riksii
Owned by J. W. Carlon, tlio noted
HoiHeman.
-'This -Famous Horse is 16J bauds
high, weighs orer 1,400 Jls" is of ma
hoony Bay Color. Six years old next
June, Perfect in Form, Limb aud
Bodv.
1jYD was sired at Salem by tbe
noted imported. Glekeld, winner at
the Centennial 1S76, and imported
into the United States by Jaa, Uut
rows, purchased in 1876 by Major
Bruce, and by him brcuhv to Oregon.
Gleneld was sired by the greit Scotch
prize winner, Johnny Copp, that woiv
more prizes than any other , Itorso in
his day. His dam was by the-justly
renowned, Glenald.
CLYDE'S dam is the noted Henry
an.I Hamiltonian, brought from Illi
nois to Oregon in 1868, and purchased
by Jesse Cornelius. .
The attention of all FarmerV and
Horsemen is called to the above partic
nlars, and they aro asked to call and
see this beautiful horse and - get terms.
Good pasturage furnlshei at reason
able rates. Every possible care' will
be taken to - prevent -.accidents or es
capes, but.no responsibility assumed.
For further, particulars see or address
J. W. OARLON. Roseburs, Oivgon.
8200,000s
MrrxtESTSomvAwaT. Eendu
5 ceuti pusuge, aud by maliy ou
willMtREB a nackaee of irnod of larc valua, that i
will start you-in work ihat wijl at once brln? you In
money faster than anytmng et-e m Aiucnca. jvu
about the S200,00oia presents with each ox. Agents
wanted avers hare, of either sex, of all ajres, for all
the time, or spare time only, to work for us t their
ovnhoa.63. Fortunes for nil wwkers absolnwly as
sured. Don't dtiby. II. H awxt & Co., Portland,"
Maiae. .. .-. .-
A PRIZB
send nix cmts for postaee, an I
receive free, a costly bix of nooda
wliich will heln all. of either sex to
more money right a-ay than anythiug else in the
world, fortune await tao worker absolutely Bare.
At 0!i- addrcs? "TlUE and 0, AtjjT"rt Main".
FINE S
(IN
m
SATINS,
VELVETS,
. ETC,
Voltaire' G-urny.
LOOKING CLASS OftEUOf.
J5 TOJ
C
0
-to
0
MTICEIHI
i
inhe - Co-partnership hereto--1L
faro existing between U.
S. & J. 0. Sheridan is this day
dissolved by mutual consent,
tho firm retiring from business.
All notes mid accounts due
the firm must be paid within
sixty days or costs will be ad
ded. -Hardware, stoves and tin
ware will be sold at cost for'
CASE ONLY from this date. -
E. S, & J. 0. . Sheidan".
Rtseburg, April 3J, 1885.
ISAAC MATnEWS,
:;" Ss Just Opened
K JEW 31VltIlv:Xi
Opposite Carlon's Stable. .
Juicy XJcefV " Moderato-Priccs!
A GREAT BARGAIN -
OiE OFTHE FINEST FARMS IK
DOUGLAS CO. FUR SALE ! !
550 Acres bottom land at 125.00 per arre, 650
acres 1'usture Land at 31. UO per acre. 1 200'' ''"
trees, one jrood Lm ellinir, two IUrua. mil watered
with escelltsnt Springs ail ovr the place. lien y
ot oak wood, a Kail road Side track and manv o.uer
conveniences. Also another place chsUtinjr i f 90
Acres of iKittom land t fiii.00 per acre, 250 Acres
nocture land at 1.09 rcr acre, two daeiitnirx and
one sm&ll barn, well watered, plenty of w od. Tbete
two places oiu. yqn cau purchase one or both on
reasooable terms as prices indicate. AdpIt to Ra-
j vir.w owce ztarvjcuuif niff rst waiT
, v "a rr, r
h I if p - ) if i!
43
AT-
J.M.DILLAED '
tt-buia rwpscttuliy iuuiTn tii3iaio s.ttc
hu4 ou liaud liao aiioriiueat oi
Dry GiJli, " Groceries,
- JKeaJ-3Ude Cljtiia;
alj iu lxsjitjViv ai i vily isp 5
c ah store. Give him a culi.
GOOdS - at -l?2iC23
All kinds of PruJu2
Taken ai Etfi 1:1 i dull
Dr. -A. SS0'Ji,
SPECIALIST.
ttirvs all Curaa o Diieasei. CaUrcii,
stJjuia, ; Cija.iUH;ioii, ' N'eur.tiU
Hbouuiatisiu, Parallels, Bfiiits Dij
eiise. Drops, Wb.te aw Aims,-.
jwiu.s, etc. : ' ,
This treatment ihor ms'.ily purLla
lac blrwd. lrivi.;g a l , uuuMtiei a;t I
cb.-T'iI' ujju ter f.oni iae wli ki syttem
jAi-t briua eAO ' and ov-.-ry utv mi
All ioaro saileiiti frora Oaw.i i'
Diieasea are ,reau?s: to ciil. Th
vr i 1 2 be iu charge t r cons Itrrr with.
je patient, ler cis in all C'Sin r:a)u-
Coeoiopo'.iun Uottl.-
Rose burg. Oregon.
(CIVIL KEiN-D STORE,
v. i. JiRRiararoiT,
- " Du.vr.Lii i:j
Dry Gooi3 Gro32ioa
Ail Kinds of ?nh:i U'o.v Exj.iiir
CIVIL 1J2N, douo: to., oKaojr.
Ivtrs. R. Eroekenridgs,
FOll
Importer ami "ilunu fact uror of "
mmmu headstones
Of iuiarlijaa axil orejp;u MarLle ;
ai'l Si.'otcb .Gruite.
Ks lmufas given lor Opiog In ..Saud.
M llf, ' v " '-"'.' ' L -
! ALw Aent for Va'.ker'r-lron Fenco for
ROSEAU HZ, ' - OilZGJiIT.
I ' - ' ' '' : -' -' , . -; -
BMLEY'S HOTEL. .
EcarjJ $1 pr Day; Single Meals, 25 can!?,
7.''Uis houao hue l.UoSy chanjJ band ar.d u
tiorov v'-l; riinovate-l nni rctarcishod. Tbo travol-
15 public wi'.l fi:id t'ao beit of &ccu"jimodatIon.
Kt Clilaaiueu HHinpioyud.
fiil.l BA EY
. G-r.boerir.
and ' ;
VARIETY STORE!
- W-S- HTC12IUSS,'
A .FaiFStcck of Faiiiily Gracotief.
I
HAUMES.S Wll.Ii FlXi IT TO TP.EIH AOVA-
tag-! tt- purstusft- their wrocerie. Kear the De-
po uio tna a ca..I. n,S. tioicasJiiS. .
T). L. GAXA'Oy, . C. A. CuLCKiIAX
cahriagt:, wagou,
; ' AMD
AAip.uou'i Old ,tand, Joksoo Sua.'t.
MANUFACTURERS OF
carkiases, if cit, sajansi
A11 Kiaia ofllt;pairu:g Dor, Tr.ns ar
Reasonable.
lA5.VO it H A It-AS.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
'-'" i Caktaad. Oregoa.
r-i-L ETOCK or
J ewelry, lyings,
Fi tent Spectacles;.
itepauiuif : Garauteed for two years
Couie riUi along ayd aee fwr yourse'.
Bins. s. a. nrTcnixsoA,
MILLINERY STORE!
Oalclnxit.1,
Oregon.
LADIES WILL P..D Mr STOCK LARGE AND
Complete. Prices moderate. -
O 7 M 01. A. UcTcnis-os.