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    ROSEBURG REVIEW
FRIDAY, JANUARY, 22, 1886.
MEKT1SG AT THE COURT HOUSE
TOMORROW.
Without a question no enterprise of
immediate profit lies bo near us as uio
question of a good wagon road to the
Klamath basin to be diseussetl by our
citizens at the Court House Saturday.
And our enhancement is not all there
fis of it as a result, for the citizens of
Klamath basin themselves, will realize
the immense saving it will be to them,
both in cost anu travel. And more
over we can furnish a better market
to ihem than they can possibly secure
elsewhere on acconnt that we are near
er tiaiisjioitation roads than can be
reached at any oilier point. iue gov
ernment Can well auord to give aid to
this movement for in the long run ihe
government will save, by putting those
Indian agencies in connection with
this part of the State, where the bulk of
business is transacted. Many reasons
might be given, therefore let everyone
attend.
ANOTHER EXTRA 8ESSIOX.
Why not call another extra session
of the Legislature to meet about' the
first week in March in the year of our
Iiord 1880, to "remedy the imperfect
legislation of previous sessions." Now
the Gov. distinctly stated that this
was one of the main reasons why he
called the extra ssssion that met in No
vember 1885, and eince we arc mere
befuddled .than ever by imperfect leg
islation, why not try it again? No sir
there is no Senator to- elect, and the
dear' Republicans aro careless about
"imperfect legislation." We think the
the people of Oregon have had enough
of this imperfect way of doing business,
'and will no doubt Bend to the next en
suing legislature Democrats of unques
tioned ability, and unswerving integ
rity. By this means the young and
growing state of Oregon can place her
self in the front rank of the Sister
hood of states, and regain a prestige
which , she has lost bv Republican
domination.
In the Plaindealer of the 8th, an cd
itoral appeard headei "Something
needed" urging the people of Camas
yalley to petition the County Court to
construct a wagon road from Day's
saw mill down the middle fork of the
Coquille river to the Coos county line,
following the route surveyed by the
Roseburg and Port Orford R, R. Com
pany (not Hurlburt R. R.) Hurlburt
was employed to run the levels, J. M.
Arlington, Compassman; Jo. Sheridan
being one of the chainmen following the
route viewed and leveled by Arlington
in 1873. Subsequently Judge Arling
ton made a map of the survey for the
southern Railway and Navigation Co.
Afterward a petition was presented to
the County Court and road laid out to
Coos "county line and ordered opened,
but owing to decisions by Oregon's Su
preme Court in the Minard case, the
County Judge thought it best that the
supervisor should not insist on the
road hands opening the same. That
the road would be of great benefit to
Douglas as well as Coos and Cuvry
counties there is no question. So far
as the cost to Douglas county it need
not be great. There aro no mountains
to pass over, very little stone to con
tend with and but few bridges of. any
description. The people of Douglas
should move and at once.
Camas.
Bro. Buick is some on capitals when
it comes to "Party" i e, the Republi
can party. It reminds us of the corres
pondent in the Plaindealer lately, whon
lie said that if anything good comes
to us it must come through the Repub
lican party. The country at largo has
not so decided, and the signs of the
tmfes point exactly in another direc
tion. The party with a big'"P" has
some time since reached its zenith, and
its glorious splendors aro passing into
an eclipse from which it is not likely
to recover.
Toe reason why, and the only roa
son -some people are down on Commis
sioner Sparks is because he is unearth
ing land frauds. There is moro fraud
perpetrated on the government by
land and timber sharks than von would
think of, and this administration is
simplv exposing it, and that hurts
yon know.
Senator Colquitt on Temperance.
Washington, Specials-
Senator Colquitt, of Georgia, eloquent
ly said at Mount Vernon Method;st
church yesterday that the prohibition
ists of , Georgia had won in a fair,
square fight, and that temperance
would be one of the great issues of the
futuic.
AIis. iiCW u allace uses tor a paper
weight a eice of tough torquoise that
would make the. fortune of a crown
jeweler. It came from the rich mines
of Santa Fe, which are said to contain
the Ieautiful blue stone in larger veins
than those of Persia-
Mr. Hill the Land Inspector was in
our city this week.
The new hall now occupied by the
Reform Club is a good one, large and
commodious. ,
The thermometer changed only 6
lcgrees this week in one day and there
by produced rain, snow, and sunshine
Ayer's Sarsaprilla, being highly con
centrated, .. requires smaller doses, and
is mora effective, than any other blood
medicine. It is the cheapest, because
tho best. Quality and not quantity
should be considered.
31 ORE WEBBING BELLS.
But these rang before those reported
in your last issue and should have been
reported then, but vour reporter was
too well fed last week to attempt to do
justice to so important an event. Brief
notices of the marriage of Geo. W.
Dimmick and Mrs. Sarah Jane Otey
appeared in the paper of last week,
but that is altogether to rneaare. When
jolly, gocdnaluvcd, good looking
bachelor, like our friend George, who
las so long withstood the darts of Cu-
id, falls at last, a victim of his arrow
the public wants to know something
of the circumstances of this taking off.
Well, he whose hcait has been proof
against the smiles and blandishments
of so many fair maids has finally sur
rendered. The fascination of a fair
widow were more than he could resist.
For a few days preceding Jan. 13th
there was bustle and commotion in the
neighborhood of Wilbur. On the
above date invited guests bosan to as
semble at. the heme of lion. J. T.
Cooper, in fact fcotue came the evening
before, that they might bo on tune.
1TT1 i , l .a
wnc.i all naa gainercci, tuerc were
found to be present beside the bride
and groom and Mr. Coojer's family
the following: Mr. and Mr3. E. T.
Grubbe, Mr. and Mis. A. J. Chapman,
Mr. and Mrs. R M. Otey, the Rev.
R T. Lockard, Ollie Reed, Minnie
Gillam, Sophine Smith, Agnes Cooper,
J. W. Stearns, Jack Chapman, George
Otey, Zene Dimmick, Creed Gillam,
Jas. Maekey. About one p. si., Ilev.
E. T. Lockard followed by the bride
and groom entered the parlor and the
knot was duly tied in the presence of
the assembled friends, Alter the
usual congratulations all sat down to
the excellent dinner prepared by Mrs.
Cooper. All seemed to enjoy the oc
casion, and we unhesitatingly pro
nounced it a pleasant wedding. May
all the wedded life of Mr. and .Mrs.
Dimmick b3 passed as pleasantly as
the day in which they united their for
tunes, is the wish of your reporter.
Ten Mile Reform Club.
Ed. Review: Persuant to a call, the
friends of temperance met in the Ten
Mile precinct on the 17th inst. to hear
an address on- that most prominent
question by Hon. W F. Owens. We
have never before had the good fortune
of hearing so logical and convincing an
address. Parties here who went out
determined to have-nothing to do in
this matter returned warm converts to
the cause of temperance reform. Ten
Milo has sailed into line, beat to quar
ters, cleared its decks for action, and is
now watching the movements of the
Democratic and Republican squan
drons. To the commanders ot those
forces we say "Prohibit;" strike your
colors or fight!
Officers: T. W. Ncwland, President;
Mrs. Mary Silvers, Vice President;
James Byron, Secretary: and David
McGuire, Treasure. Ex. Committee
James MCulloch, W. R. Wells, Mrs.
Jane McGuire; and Finance committee,
Mrs. Byron, Miss Mary Short and Miss
Sadie wells. J. Byron tecc.
OBITUARY.
Died: At his residence in Rice
Settlement near Oakland. Oregon, on
January 9, 1886, William Street Rice,
aged 69 years 10 months and 12 days.
Tho subject of this sketch was born in
Canada Febuary 27, 1816. His par
ents moved to Ohio when h j was two
yeai'3 old and during his boyhood lived
in Indiana and in Illinios. After
wards and until he came to this Coast
he lived in Missouri. On October
tho 2nd. 1831 he was married
to Mis3 Mary St Clair, who sur
vives him. He became interested in
the earliest excitement and accounts of
the land of the far west. Belonging
to the class of pioneers who had always
forced their way into the border settle
mentr., and were always in advance of
the more retiring and less adventurous
cJass that followed, tho glowing ac
counts of this then far-off land inspired
him with a desire to pencl rate still far
ther into the, as yet, almost unknown
country. In IMS no, m company
with others of a like nature started on
their woary march across the plaint
that journey of which none but our
hardy pioneers can describe, and the
Sufferings and danger incident to their
immigration will never again be real
ized. In 1850 he came to Oregon and
shortly afterward settled at the home
from which he bade farewell to his
loving wife and affectionate children,
and closed his eyes upon earthly
scenes to enjoy the golden splendor
and the sweet perfumes of the beauti
ful beyond.
Uncle Street, as ho was familiarly
called and. tho name by which he was
commonly Known, was a kind neighbor
a loving husband and affectionate
father. He had been a constant suf
ferer f join the disease which caused
his death, yet during all that time w as
the same kind, loving and affectionate
man, always cheerful and entertaining
to all who visited him and seldom
complaining. When it was known
that the time was fast approaching
when death would claim its victim
and the vital chord must soon ben
severed, his old neighbois with whom
he had associated for years and who
had found him always honorable, and
has seen in his character evidences of
that charity which extends beyond
the realms of time, gathered at his bed
side anxious to le again recognized
before it would be too late; and yet
when he would speak to them and ex
tend his baud for the familiar greeting
they could only return the pressure of
the hand and turn away to hide their
emotion. That he was honorable
none can doubt; that Le was charitable
let the orphan children taken to his
homo and who were cared for by him
self and wife as if they had been their
own, and his neighbors who have
known him longest, testify; and that
he was careful and corsidcrate is
proven from the fact that he has al
ways provided well for the wants of
his family, has assisted all his children
to a comfortble start in life, and has
left ample means for the comfori and
support of his widow. By his death
tho children will miss his kindly coun
sels and affectionate care they have so
long teen accustomed to; and the grief
stricken wife the companionship cf one
who for over fifty years, has been the
one partner of all her jovs, and who
could f ully share all her sorrows; but
by it his sufferings Lave ceased and
his own desite was that it should be so.
Ilis own latiimage "I am read v to co
and am going to a hotter world," should
l;e words of consolation to those that
mourn, lie is only none before and is
waiting for the coining of those he
loved best on earth. With the large
assemblage that gathered about his
grave to pay the List tribute of respect,
we can say, farewell faithful fnend.
S. '
Roscburg Reform Club.
Rev. J. R. N. Bell bad tic honor of
being the first speaker in the new hall
in the Grange building, and over three
hundred people had the pleasure of
hearing him. The hall will be com
pleted before the next meeting of the
Club, and it will bo capable of com
fortably seating throe hundred and
fifty persons. It was just five months
to-day at the last meeting of the society
since its organization, and it can now
boast of two hundred an! si:.t-two
members.
The address by Mr. B-11 last Tues
day evening was icceiu'd with favor,
and assurances that it was not the in
dividual that the Prohibition party
was after, but it was the tiallie, and
should anyone be in' the way of the
Prohibition army it would not diverge
from its onward march to ohtu'ii the
grand result.
Mr. Bell's text was, Wise men change
ools never do:" "book cf common sense
first chapter, and first verse." lie spoke
at length on the prejudices of the hu
man familv, and of the manner i;i
which they were reflected. Mr Bell
is an able reason cr, and a fltiont and
forcible speaker, llh heart is ia the
right place, and I am confident that the
dub would be pleased to hear from
him a train. Nineteen signed the :le.dic
duiiuii
the intermission.
An excellent drama h on the pro
gramme for the next cveninar.
Rev. J. R. N. Bell will act as Chap
lain at the next mectiit". and Hon. A.
C Jones was chosen to address the
Club Tuesday evening, Jan. 2Gth, 18SG.
Sec retaky.
C. A. Sehlbrdce Esq. of Oakland
will start east next week to be absent
about two nion'hs. AVe wish you a
pleasant journey and a safe return.
The north bound passenger train
was delayed about three hours last
Thursday morning by a slide two
miles north of Riddle's
We hereby acknowledge the receipt
of public documents from Hons. Bin
der Hermann and J. H. Mitchell.
Bringinij Gladness
To millions, pleasing their palates and clen
sing their System, arousing their Livers, Kid
neys, Momach and Bowels to a healthy activ
ity. Such is the mission of the famous Cali
fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs.
50c. and $1 bottles for sale by S. Hamilton.
. .
The Only I'erfcet Remedy
For habitual constipation, dysyjcpsia and kin
dred ills, is the famous liquid fruit remedy
Syrup of Figs. It strengthens as well as clean
ses the System, it is easily taken and perfectly
harmless. For sale by S. Hamilton.
Wild Cherry" and Tar.
Every body knows the virtues of Wild
Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for any
effeCtions of the Throat and Lungs, combined
with these two ingredients arc a few simple
healing remedies iu tho composition of Dr
Bosanco's Cough. and Lung Syrup making it
just the article you should always have in
the house, for Coughs, Colds, Croup and
Bouchitis. Trice 50 cents and $1.X).
Samples free. Soldby S. Hamilton.
A Safeguard.
The fatal rapidity with which Blight
Colds and Coughs frequently develop
into the gravest maladies of tho throat
and lungs, is a consideration which should
impel every prudent person to keep at
hand, as a household remedy, a bottle of
AYER'S CHEEKY TECTOltAL. -
Nothing else gives such immediate relief
and works so sure a cure in all affections
of this class. That eminent phvsician.
Prof. F. Swectzer, of the Maine Medical
School, Brunswick, Me., says :
"Medical science has produced no other ano
dyne expectorant so Rood as Ateb's CupnRT
1'ECToitAL. It ig invuluablc for diseases of the
throat and lungs."
The same opinion is expressed by the
well-known Dr. L. J. Addison, of Chicago,
111., who says:
"I have never found. In thirty-five years of
continuous study and practice of medicine, aDy
preparaUon of so great value mAteb'bCiiebhv
Pectoral, for treatment of diseases of tho
throat and lungs. It not only breaks up colds
and cures severe coughs, but is more effective
tlian anything else in relieving even the nioet
serious bronchial and pulmonary affections."
AYER'S
Cherry Pectoral
Is not a new claimant for popular confi
dence, but a medicine which is to-day
saving the lives of the third generation
who have come into being since it was ,
first offered to the public.
There is uot a household in which this
invaluable remedy has once been in
troduced where its use has ever been
abandoned, and Ihcrc is not a person
who has over given it a proper trial
for any throat or lung disease suscep
tible of cure, who has not been made
well bv it.
AYEK'S CHERRY FECTORAL has,
in numberless instances, cured obstinate
cases of chronic Bronchitis, Laryn Kit is,
and even acute Pneumonia, and has
saved many patients in the earlier stages
of Pulmonary Consumption. It is a
medicine that only requires to be taken in
small doses, is pleasant to the taste, and is
needed in every house where there aro
children, as there is nothing po good as
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL for treat
ment of Croup noil Whooplnx Cough.
These arc all plain facts, whieh can be
verified by anybody, and should be re
membered by everybody.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
PREPARED BY
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
NEW THIS WEEK. '
Wayne, Do Page Co., Illinois,
HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE
Perelieron Horses Valued at $3,500,000,
which includes about
70 PER CENT. OF ALL HORSES
Whose purity of blood Is established by pedigrees re
corded la the Porcheron Stud Book of France,
the only Stud Book ever published in that country,
EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA.
BTOCK ON HAHD
1-40
IspcrtEiBrociUans
200
imported Stallions,
Old enough for
Service.
128 COLTS,
Two years old and
younger.
Becnmlzine lie prin
ciple accepted by all
itslllsent breeders that.
however well bred animals
may
they
be said to be, If their pedigrees ars not recordl
should be Tallied only as trades, I will jell all
irted stock at er&de prices when I cannot furnish
with the animal sold, pidhires rarlfled by the original
French certificate of Its number and record In lbs
Percasron Btud Book or France. pPago lllus
trmtmd OatalOKU sent free. Sayne, nia.. Is 3S
Si weS of Chlcai?, on Chicago A Sorthwestera Rr.
Brevrstcr's Patent Bcin Etoldcr.
Your lines are where yon pot them not
under horses' reet. une agem eom uura.m
6 dars, on dealer Sold 6 do, in 15 days.
Samples worth fLjOram Write for terms,
. . SSWSXB, Holly, Kicii
To Regulate
fTjTTfl FAVORITE HOME REMEDY is
j HP. warranted not to contain a single par.
aUAJ tide of Mercury or any injurious sub
stance, but is purely vegetable.
It will Core all Diseases caused
by Derangement of the Liver.
Kidneys and Stomach.
If your Liver is out of order, then your
whole system is deranged. The blood is ,
impure, the breath offensive; you have
headache, feel languid, dispirited and
nervous. To prevent a more serious con
dition, take at once Simmons
f flTlTO REGULATOR, if you lead a
III Vr.K sedentary life, or suffer with
JJ1 Kidney Affections, avoid
stimulants -and take Simmons Liver Regulator.
Sure to relieve. -
If you have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after meals or
sleepless at night, take a dose and you
will feel relieved and sleep pleasantly.
If you are a miserable sufferer with
Constipation, Dyspepsia . and
liilionsness, seek relief at once in
Simmons Liver Regulator. It does not
require continual dosing, and costs but a
trifle. . It will cure you.
If you wake up in the morning with a
bitter, bad taste in your mouth,
131 h T70 Simmons tiver Regulator. It cor
I U P. ct the Bilious Stomach, sweetens
MMJ the Breath, and cleanses the Furred
Tongue. Children often need some safe Cathar
tic and Tonic to avert approaching sickness.
Simmons Liver Regulator will relieve Colic, Head
ache. Sick Stomach, Indigestion, Dysentery, and
the Complaints incident to Childhood. . .
At any time you feel your system needs
cleansing, toning, regulating without violent
purging, or stimulating without intoxi
cating, lake
immons Liver Rsgnlaior.
, rHEPAHSD BY 4
J.H.ZEIUti SiCO.,Philade!phia,Pl
EGGS FOR HATCHING
FROM
WYANDOTTES,
PLYMOUTH HOCKS,
WIOWN LE01IOENS,
THETilUEE LEADING' VARIE
TIES.
I KLIT NO OT11LRS.
Jly six U'j AiidoUe lit 11 ! made a record I;ist season
of mc liu'iJreJ and twenty six cy::o oai.h in six
in jnt'.i?, fr.mi January lOlh, tu July 15t.ii. Aside
fr iim their utility thvy arc the lriuusfoiiicst fowl I
liavu ever handled. Eggs 0110 seti'ns 34
two settixu 37 tlires settings $9
My Plyiuanch Rocks
Have :tiWMy4 stood at the front fur several ,ruuj,
alwivs .vianiii tlii! liiyiust honor wherever on ex
hi'oitiou. KlTo's f 11 J setting $2.50, two settings Si,
three .;Uiu.r3 S3. A few chtdjc irk-H for a-.Io at $10
cajh. Single Urds from $1 to W. '
My Stocli of Brown LtCgLcrua
CaiVnot no surps'ssd i:i Ciij or any other country.
My strain u a direct cross between fowls I iiniwrted
f .'jm Dosiuer of Massachusetts and Keefcr of Illinois.
Eifjs, one scUmy S2.D0 two settings Si -three sct
ting SC. A few extra choice Cockerels for sale at
1 to tfi. All niv (owls have had Fjileml id range, are
healthy and finely marked. I guarantee a good
hatch and perfect satisfaction. Send stamp for
handsomely illustrated catalogue.
Cash must accompany all orders.
Address, J. M. G A RKISOX.
forest Grove Oregon
N. B.Uvpres3c!iarcxsliht, Wells, Fargo & Co's.
ex;ircj ive.j s;iociil low rata) to all my customers.
J. M. G.
Douglas County Bank,
HUMPHREY & FLINT,
Roaetn'; - - . - - Oregon-
TRANSACT A GENERAL
igat Drafts Drawn on
l'orthi.iil, San Francisco, New York ami
other points. Bills of exchange on tlio
principal cities of Europo. Deposits re
ceived subject to check. Collections made
on all acoessablepoints at reasonable rates.
OREGON PACIFIC R.R.
WiliamaiM VaJk-y to San Francisco Via.
Yaquiua-
TilAINS I.K.VVK C);VALLJS
Tucd.j, 'i'lmrslay, t'aturdii.v, at 'j A. M.
LEA'.T. YAiJ'. IXA
7'! -:ida.y, Wednesday, l'Vi.lay. at S A. M.
The !i:ie A 1 ;Jtoi!iu!ii; "Y.iiuin i" sail.-:
i'r.ui Vaiuin i From San I'raiiciseo
V.'cd'y Jan. 1". I Friday Jan. 8.
Sunday. " 2!. Tuesday "
VVod'y l'c. :s. I Friday " 2!).
Sunday" 11. JlvmUy Feb. 8.
Wcdy " 21 I Friday "ID.
T! : '.oiH.Ji'.y rcoc: voi llie riht to cl.angc
sa.-ii.g day. liucx- Ca'-in, HI; Slctr.'ge, $7;
frcljj'it at i - d i v.! and moJorate rale -.
Hirer i!o.'.!-i on ill; V;i!:.uiotte cm ntct at
1 if s 1 -. Lv f.n a n! r .t
I 'or .urU er ;m liT.'.atioiiapoly to
C. C tlogHO
a. ;. F. .v; p. Ajf-t., Corvallis.
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.Lumber
At Fair Prices?
1J yuu want to biiiltnext season If so have your iuiub-.r sawed now
Unit it may bo thoroughly seasoned. It will coat no 'more.
ADDRESS;
. O. Booth, Cleveland, Or. JR. A. Booth, Drain Or.
PAGE & DIMMICK,
Ou3LiSlXj.lJJ-X5 - : ' " - ORlcICrOZff
HEALERS IN
DRUBS, BOOKS, STATIONERY,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
GLASS, PUTTY, TRUSSES,
WATCHES, JEWELRY, TOILET G30D3
PERFUMERIES, COMBS, BRUSHES, PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, ETC.
For Seven Years.
rfrc ,Va1Ws
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Mr.L W. BlaVe, the subject of the aliove sketch,
uith the Evenine Chronicle. St. lioms, mo., in ans
wrr to the innuirv of a reporter, said: "For seven
vcir.1 I had been ailiii',' with catarrh, and during
limn hnvc lu-fii trusted liv six eminent ulivsi
cians. without success. Some doctors told 1110 I had
nuiMitmilioii. For the nasi three year" 1 had a con
thiiiitl discharge of mucous dropni'izs in the throat,
a cough and'pain across the forlicad. Adticd to that
w.n loss of memory, voice, appetite, roaring in the
oara. and a "'cnoral fcclinv of wretchedness, bout
flv mouths airo 1 unlimited Ir. Turner. To-day I
am as well as ever, have gained twenty pounds, and
don't detect a trace o n.y old trouiile. cs, sir,
would be pleaded to answer, by letter, any jHjr&on
suffering from that dread disease."
Louis Turner. M. 1.. has offices at 3111 Washington
av., St. Louis, Mo., and has, in a private and hospi
tal practice of thirty years, treated with wonderful
success all curable eases. Treatment of deformities
nndsunrt-rvasnoc-ialilv. Kot NKCRSSAnv tu 8KB r.v
Tikvts. By my original system of consultation, 1
inn treat patients by mail as successfully !s in per
sonal consultation. Patients can consult n:o by
Siail on all Diseases of the I!ImhI, Mtomach, l,ier,
ISoWcIh. Heart. Nervos General IHsbility. and all ills
eases Peculiar to the sexes. No exhorbitant charge.).
Consultation at ollico a:d bv mail one dollar. Send
One Dollar for a full consultation by -mail, on
of which I wilrthorouirli'j investigate yot-r case.
Medicines furnished trco to patients. If yo;t are
sick or ailinir. write me. No letters answered un
less accompanied by 4 cts. in htan.ps. Atblicss nil
letters to Dr. Louis Turner, si!) Washington Avenue,
B . Louis Mo.
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VIA
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.An I Connections.
Fare fi cm Portland to San Francitco 32; to Sacra
nuuto SiO.
CIosu connections made at Ashland vtilhstai
the California Oregon & Idaho St igc Company.
(DAILY LXCEl'T SUNDAYS.)
East Side Division.
LETWELN' PORTLAND & ASHLAND
Mail Train
LEAVE.
Portland 7.:i0A. M.
r.oscburg 0.25 P. M.
Ashland 0.30 V. M.
lloseburg.. 5.30 A. M.
AHRIVE.
Kosvlittrj;....(l.1.,iP. M.
Ashland 4.15 A. M.
Koschnrg C.2o A. M.
Portland 1.25 1. M.
Albany Express Train
LEAVE.
ARUIVE.
Portland 4.0T P.M.
Lebanon 4.45 A. M.
Lebanon 9.20 P. M,
Portland.... 10.05 P. M
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily bet ween A oany
anu Ashland.
The O. and C. 11. R. Ferry makes connection with all
Die regular trains on East Side Die. from foot of F St,
West Side Division.
BETWEEN TOKTLAND & CORVALLIS
VailTiain-
LEAVE. I ARRIVE.
Portland 9.00 A. M. Corvallic 4. MP. M.
Corvallis 8.30 A. M. 1 Portland 3.20 P. M.
Express Train-
LEAVE. I AMINE.
Portland 5.00 P. M. McMinnvillo. . 8.00 P. M.
McMiiinvillc 5.45A.M. Portland 8.30A. M,
Local tickets for sale and bairsrasro cheeked at com
pany's Ui town office, cor. Stark and Second streets.
Tickets for principal points in California can only be
procured and oaggago checked at comimny s oniec.
Corner F and Front Sts.. Portland. Or.
Freight will not bo received for shipment after 5
o clock l. M. on cither the i-ast or nest Side Div
11. KOFlILt.lt, E. P. ROUEKS.
Mauagcr. O. F. & Pass Agent.
JOSEPH S1IINDLEU.
PROP R I E T 0 R
Of The
CITY; BAKERY
AND '
IEKI'S CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
JV. full stock of 1'ivad, Cakes, I'ics, Plain
anil Fancy Crackers, tic. Also a fine selection
of French and American Candies and Choc
ate Goods. j
Tito Portland Business College, Portland, Ore
gon, offers superior private and class instruction
to the yOung and middle-need of both sexes who
desire to obtain a practical education in theshort
cst time consistent with thorough work, and at the
least exnense. Davand eveninir sessions throuch-
oufthoycar. Students admitted anytime. Cata-
loBtic on application. A. P. Aemsibono, Principal.
fcjsjc ami la sb a Ta i n mr i ssr n t?4..'
OR DRESSED
EDUCATIONAL.
OAKLAND.
School Yl
par logins Mondsxy, Setciulwr 7, 188.".
milE COUKSK OF S-lJUDY IS DESKJNED TO MEKT TiiK VANTS OF V
1 who may attdiul. Many noWo ami Lriliiant inin.l. KW i.h .K-irV r r l 11 .
but drcumstauccs prechnlj their atton.lin. remote or t. ' tu '1 1
such arc frequently fouixl the l.iightttt nn.l must yu,m.- ill su,',! ,"",U't,,", ' "ttMS
Hence the courao of stjn.ly ia made an;.Kt as full a tlt oi i!l ll!V f ,.. '.,, 1. .
while the character of instkuetruction is iafcrior to t
Tuition per Session oirXvt:n- Wc-cks:
Priinarv
4 00
First grade Junior class.. .
Second grade Junior class
"
0 Oil
IN Tit
Twenty-four Lessons
Use of Instrument
Drawing anil Iiiutiii!
SEND FOR CATALOi
u:Ui 1 int.
I.
OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL!
Graduates Receive Stato uucs,tioi2al Dlnlcma
FOR PAIITK ULKS, Airi;K.S
llEXKY
jU0 HL'tVAlll)
Will In! iven any nun
who will midiice a Ke.i
eiitist of l.irjre- cxieri
ciiee, and widely kmiwii
to he an hiriieniMu maif,
w ho Will a-scrt that re
fiucd east zinc is not 0110
of the most cndiiriii' i.f
all known materials to
withstand the actions of
thowaathcr. ""
DETKOIT
UltONZE CO.,
Detroit, Mich.
E43DR3ED IT
irrunMimirMTc N
J. A. Card welt" Agent
ANNOUNCES TO
" 12 V J
aving lately fittcJ n
jircparcd to f 111:1
a. now STEAM
sli lu)tJor of all
ar
Burn Imuliar and fencing ftirnisbtH
IUI
n
rail
Tim
With lh-Mot Perfect tinrt Succcss-
the ouaig
till FOinBR3n BiyfBiAT-CB
am mm - w " b a w vy B 7 t.m V;1 VI f t
Simplicity Itself. Kolamp toexplotle. Ko bnttcrlps. cl.wkwdrfe. rppiilnfn, .
trtvancettoletontof ordcr.'.Kocoat or experience. and vcr?ll RiSindMS r .,,er,con
watcMng. lfatche. all fenll eggs. The npper portion fulS, ! tack hc dol ' Strand fri.V-'n
Uie meals can
n ICOTiRSON
Tnnn I." . .... 'k
clilcka In the
' yy v 1
Know It Is t he best one made. Vonr
pbuufor brooder nro um-xrritcd.
Of JSeRps hatched 6j chicks! Had
Tcry (col anvcess first trial. Nev
er had a finer lot of chickens.
tS-SggPrli fi
Rhivav Til
sot lis eggs
F. D. CRAIG,
(Ml ...fsjl
BOO i SOj
IMM) SO
100 OCIS gIZE.. ' IBISI
I
If you knew how c
iciip I sell Bells
....... ...... .... ..mi 1111 111iH.ur
hOAtn nil IhO hnna fit.h.(.l.l..n I
You would surely have one.
3 1 also deal in TniEsiiEns, Excixes,
(The lest Boiler feeder known) Steam
General Agent for, The SmrMAX Excixe, Coal Oil for fuel, No Dust. No
Lirt. Send tor circular and price?.
Oregon.
GIVE
First irraiJo Mi.lill., .1:. .-r
.Second tirade .!id.!Vc!;.Ls!
Senior c;ass
.y 7 00
S 00
. y i-o
sic
i 2 ni
50
00 U 2 0J
oinaoiv
L. JUi-NSOX, lVc-adeur..' JilsAlX, Or.
-ANU-
STATUAKV
Were awarded the
GOLD KEOAL-
AT
WORLD'S FAIR,
XKW OhLKANK,
1 8K1.5
- Jacksonville, Oregon.
'HE PUBLIC THAT HEW NOW PREPARED
TO FURNISH
uYTiiiNG irv ixi lim:
RAW MILL 011 South Doer creek, is
-kiuiLs on short notice at
e PriGes.
on short notice.
J. J. WIJITEIT.
WitttaAJJJ
EARLY HATCHED CHICKS Sell at from 50c to $1 per Pound
tor what tl lie cCand Is o wfc.r ShTS wOTS --SS- ?
managed candidate for public fn"? ThK5-Ti i?,?.T "
run whti prom at any ei-asm. Any L.-rioi ,K!hi ll-c "bM"T can he
the first time. It uatcucs iu f ri u is . 21 S.Vi lmv? I"1?1?
work of tlio lien. rom is 10 ji dai. und equals tlio best
LADIES. 7T?n u"n!"nl wlio are slriKTRlIn? for pccnhlnr
f?!!5.rTrS"!5?J!'' "' rtinrtreW,M;,?r!
heat water for an lucibsior. fll! tl,at "!"
Street. Memphis.
. w.. .... I .
on.f i , T." t" "ncuirtlinr
S2 im?.W fe'"011' hcallliy chicks
asaresult. c. W. MAYS.
RivEttTox, Ncl..-IIatclie.l ona
U".',' ,"lna fully OJ
'"fT".1 f Ml CRBS put In. JK
trouble 10 keep nu cvm tempera
ture. Sliall rim It all winter
K. VAN iJKUSKX.
El.IZ.VnF.THTOWX. N. y.-l!y .-
Ine Hip Oiii in.i..,. 1
SO rhl-1r t mi .
Craig lncutmtor. 1
Vtn .
111 y fl rat at t .-mpt s at "art : fi clal luiu
ballon a comiiin,. succcsii.
under bens and have
in fkvn .
V&R. North Evanstcn, HI.
- .... ... BIWIIVIVUl fl
! Contftlnt more nwf ul pouli ry information than anr yi lw,k iSSrT.Ei
jail hrreK iUro?. run's lirn housei VmLJi t?' V J'ttn
I HOW to MAXiE "xo0 ' u' v:olTl onO
for Farms, Schools or Ciilrciies
Mill Machinery. Pcjips. Iusi.irators
Fittixg Goods, Beltixg, Oils. Also
Office Foot of MomSon"Slrect Portland
ME A CALL.
Z. T. WRIGHT.
fTJIMUNITYfromAHOYAflCE
-j In I a
Befl
!&te cni.T f finrt rtn-.1 lmt qnai.
ily of Ula3 for witbsUuidias beat,
iJvory good thing: ia Counter
ftnted, and consumers are CAU
TIONED against IMITATIONS of
these Chimneys made of VERY
FOOR GLASS. Sea that the exact
label is on each chimney as above.
Th-3 Pearl Top ia always clear and
bright Glass.
Rlanufaelnrod OXIF by "
mm. a. rjAceETH & go.
IHiSMbursb I-ca-l Olosa Works.
FOB. SALE BY DEALERS.
INSURE IN THE
mTB'MIRMGBm
-or-
Capitil 100,000.00
Insures oiny Ftirm Propcitr, Private
dwellings, School Louses and Churches.
Also Dc(;iclwl dwellings in Cities and
Towns w
th contents.
tilso a few CHOICE F Alt MS
I htivd
and stocld ranches for salo on reasoiialle
terms, j
8 David S. West, agent.
Oiiice,nt Court House, Rosuharg Or
KAILKOAD TICKET
Boa 1,000 Miles
TO
St Andrew's lay, FSa.
rillllo ltsuUfij Bay ainl snmuding are ai-kmml-L
cili't-l by all who have visited there to lie the
lnvliest cynJiiiiation of fertile soil, beautiful toVm 'Ci
frajTant orchards, Hue water, growing cily, a:i-.l
aljsolutfly iurfect climate, IX SUMMEH as well a
in winter, to be found iu America. There is but out!
Florida, an J St. An dren's Bay is its brightest jewel
Prices for r.Uiine-3 or Home Lots and 6lvhard
TricU range from $5, sS), 7, to S150, and sales
were i.tule to more tluui 3,(W0 ililfercnt purcliasers
within the first sixty days. St. Andrew 'i will cer
tainly bco'ine the second larwt city in Florida
within tlio next two years. Property is doubling fii
-aluo every thirty days. FREE TKAXSPOHTA
TlOX FOU 1.0CK) MILES TO TR.'.CT riiUCUASEUS.
Send 2c. stamp for illustrated pnmjihlct, ojntaiuin
full det.iils. Address printiiul business office as
follows: 8T. AXMIEW'S I5AY It. R. & LAND CO.,
227 MAIN ST.tEET, CIX'JIKNATI, OUIO.
Ur. E. J. Pace Ajfcnt Oakland Orrcwi. '
Oakland Furniture Store
ll;;s on liiuul it full assortment of all
hul l:-: f Furniture, whioli lie will soil
you lit lower prices tlian ever offered
to tiie peoj l :uf Douglas County.
He also ke pa a tine line of Moul
dings for picture framing and window
con ii.-e, from 10 to fiO cts. per foot
Also agent for a (irst class sewing m;
chine.
HEPARIN G OF ALL KISD3 OF
FUIINITUIIE,
pianos inc.
J .'iie at sliot t notice and at i t
:di'e late;-
EvEitYTuixu Made To Oriu:;:.
(ilVE iTl.M A CAM lr
H. C. Stanton
Keeps CoiuUntly on Hand a General AsiorUiitiH o
XVEXariE! GK.OCEK.IES,
V OOU V ILLOW mid Gl
r LASbWARE
ALSO
CROCKERY CORDAGE
Full Stock of.
BOHOOIi BOOKS.
SfATIONERY, TOYS, Ss FANCY
ARTICLES.
Fornishci Checks on l'orilaiid, and proenre
Drafts on San Frarcisco.
POST-OFFICE STORE ROSEBURG
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
iaim umee at Boscburu Orozim, January 12, 1S36.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVES THAT THE FOL.
.L . "'?ka fin,U pro"t in ui'P"rt of liis claim,
anil that said proof will he mailo before the Bcswlor
?! ficH,vc,r atKweranj LumiOrSce, on February 11.
E. of S. W. J.4 W. i ot 8. E. i Sec. 3J Tii. S. U.
He names the Mlon-infr vitiicsge to wore his
coutinuotM residence qihid, and cultivation of. KtiJ
I ..... I Ti. 1 i 11 ... . ...
""'i ' aiirum, a. Biirum, nm. Dten-
hen s, all nf PatU-rsou's Mill, and R. L. Cannon, of
Kcguster
Xotico Of Final Settlcuirnt.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Douglas.
in the Matter of the Estate 1
of I
C-nthia A. Ap!cgate PeecaKHl )
NOTICE IS HEKEDY GIVES THATTHE UXDER
isncd Alministrator of the Estate of Cynthia
A. Aplwatc deceased, has filed in the above ni:
titled Court a final account of hi administration f
said estate. That said Court by its order dulv made
and entcml, Ieccniber 18th INJS, Gcd Monday tho
5th day of April 1, at the Court room 'of said
Court, a lime and place for hearing objections if any
there ho, to said account and all persons having any
ohjcctiooa to said account or the settlement of said
estate are required to appear and file the same at
said time.
Roseburg-, December 24th lsS 1 D- W. Aplesatc,
.( Admitrator.
H.rtnann k Bill 1
Attorney for Etta to.