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ROSEBURG REVIEW
FU1DAY MOUNISGS
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THE REVIEW PUBLISHING CO.
J. R. N. BELL, - Editor.
One Year '-.' i
Six Months -Three
Months
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OEflESAL DIBE0T0BY. -
...... .President.
Okovf.b CLEVKLApn.
"j- XJ. 8. Senators,
. Waldo, C. J.,) . - T , ,
PLord, ....Sapreme Jadgcs.
.Tiios. iiAYAKD....... decretory of State
OawiklT. MASM?o,8ecretary ot Ireaiury.
t, o f!. I.am ah.'. Secretary of the Interior.
w f ' F.wnt pott .......... Secretary o W ar
W . C . Whits ey ...... . Secretary of"Navy.
W. T. Vilas. ....... Post Maater General.
A H fiARi-Awn..:.:. ..Attornev General.
Morbisox E. Waitk Chief Justice.
STATE OF. OREGON.
.1. N. DoLfU..
Uisgkr Hermann Congressman.
Z. F. Moody .-. Governor.
It. P. Earhart.. Secretaryof State
Ui.wARn TIirsch...... Stole Treasurer.
K. B. MfiEtROY .... Soft. Pnb. Instruction.
. W. H. Byars . .Stat9 Printer.
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SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
R. S. Bkas Judge.
J. W' Hamilton.... Prosecuting Attorney
DOUGLAS COUNTY.
Joiih Emmitt,
J. H. SircrrE. j
Wm. Manning,
llENRy Kogerb, f Repres-ntatives.
:! W. Kimball Clerk.
(I. A.Taylob, ..Sheriff.
n s Wfst. Treasurer.
F. W. Benson School Superintendent.
E. C. Sacry Assessor,
J. S. FrrzHUGH iCounty Judge,
J. Hall. C. A. McGee, Commissioners
Wr." Thiel .Surveyor,
Du. S. S. Marstebs Coroner.
CITY OF ROSEBUEG. 1
11. C. Stanton, J.
John R.ast, I ;
J. 1 Sheridan, Trustees.
L. C. Wheeler, V
I'. Benedict. , ,
T. Ford ......Recorder.
M. J. Langeoberi; Marshal.
John Chase... Treasurer.
Senators.
VOL. XI.
ROSEBURG, OREGON.
GENERAL. MERCHANDISE-
Sahcel Marks,
Asuer Harks,'
W. -1. .Friedlander
S. E1ABKS & Co.
Douglas County Bank,
HUMPHREY & FLINT, v
Rosebore - - - - Oregon-
TRANSACT A GENERAL
BANKING- BUSINESS
-DEALERS IN-
iiieiMiisi
Sight Drafts Drawn on
Portland, San Francisco, New York and
I other points. Bills of ex:hanga on the
principal cities of Europe. Deposits re
ceived subject to check. Collections made
i on all aeceesablepointa at reasonable rates.
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
CiSiTiiG, Dm goods,
Crockery, Glassware,
Provisions, Cigars,
Boots and Shoes.
Wool and Produce of every Descrip
tion Bought
AND THE VERY HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR THEM.
S. 9IARKH & CO ; - Boseburff, Or.
PROFESSIONAL.
L F. LANE.
ANE & LANE,
OHS LANE
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Ma
J.
Attorneys at Law.
it street, opposite Cosmopolitan Hotel.
C. FULLERTON,
Attorney at Law.
Office in Marks' brick, np stairs.
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M. JOSEPHSON
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Keeps a full line of Dress Goods of eveiy variety and Shade.
A full line of Silks.
A full line of Satins, Brocades and Velvets.
A full line of Fancy Dress Goods.
A full line of Hosiery.
A full line of Clothing.
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s.
W11ITEMORE M. D.
A f all line of Furnishing Goods.
A full line of Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes.
A full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries and Tobaccos.
A full line of Crockery and Glassware.
And last, but not least, a full lino of Ostrich Plumes and Tips, with all
kinds of Ladies Hat Trimmings and Hat Shapes of latest pattern.
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MYRTLE CREEK OREGON.
Office at h. dyer's store.
Residence at Henry A,
-OOTVT3E3 633X1
R. a HUNTER M.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
CAXYOxVlLLE OREGON
K.L. MILLER, M. D
SURGEOS.
Homoeopathic Phjsician.
Olliice up stairs in the old Sheridan
Brick, on Jackson Street, Roseburg,
Oregon. Chronic diseases a speciality.
All Kinds Of Fancy Groceries,
Stationery Photograph and
Perfumery, Autograph Albums ,
Crockery and ;
Queens Ware,
TABLE CUTLERY AND SILVER
F.'G. (EHME, M. D.
(Pronounced Ama.)
HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
&t Graduate Of Tlie
Diversity
Of Leipzig Germany.
Office & Residence at the house of
' the late H. Gatterman, Oak Street,
' near R. R. track Roseburg.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS-
MILEY'S HOTEL
Oakland, Oregon. -
ioard $1 per Day; Single Meals, 25 cents,
12TTU"is hi) use has lately changed hands and Is I
oroughly renovated and refurnished. The travel
ng public will find the best ot accommodations.
No Chiunmen Employed.
SMIin BAILEY.
Stand, Hand, and
Hanging Lamps
"WARE, and TEN THOUSAND
OTHER THINGS TO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
Call And See Me At The
Post Office, Stand.
BUTTER AND EGGS BOUGHT.
WW Moore
JOSEPH SHINDLER.
Pit OP III ET 0 R
V ?-"IrOf The - . -I,
CIT Y BA KERY
AND '
IrEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
full stock of Bread, Cakes, Ties, Plain
and Fancy Crackers, etc. Also a fine selection
ijf French and American Candies and Choc
atc Goods.
I 30,OOOOASES
CT OF RECTAL DISEASES !
AS
Rectal Ulcers,
; lTissM ii Pirm-itas-niil,
ITitstnltis iu auo,
Xolypn Recti.
. ! ETC., ETC.,
CURED IN 6 YEARS BY THE 6RINKERH0FF SYSTEM
Or. J. II. Pilkingtoii Proprietor of the Portland
eye and ear Infirmary and Vaxitarian tor Kebyous
Diseases has been app oin ed Agent and Physician
for this in Oregon & W. T. No reverb suroical
operations, no taik no Loss of OLooD. In 2 months,
have cured several cases in which severe cutting op
crations have failed. Am permitted to refer to Mr
Jas. V. Weatherford, druirint formerly ot Salem.
Mr. Frauk Gardiner, macliinest, Mr. K. A. Eampy
HarrUburg, and others. If several patients apply
will spend one day in each month in Roseburg.
Add 'css for pamphlet etc.
J. B. FILMING TON M. D.
PORTLAND OR.
lpTDr. Pilkington will be at the
Mc(lallen House, Roseburg Saturday
May 8th, 18SG.
! J. C. SHERIDAN
"ISuecessor to jtj
R. S J. C SHERIDAN,
DEALER IN
HARDWARE
Stoves and Tinware, r ,
Kosebui'ff, Oregon
rnllE unilersicned takee pleasure in an-
J. nonncing to the public that he selling
everything in his line at prices that
DEFY COMPETITION!
IF YOU WANT
STOVES. AGBI0ULTU.il A.L TUOLS
IRON, STEtlL, KAILS,
H133HOES, TlflWASE, CUTLERY
Or anvlliintr in ray line, call and examine my
i stock and learn prices before purchasing else.
where, as 1 am selling lower than ever.
.f C. SHERIDAN
FRIDAY; MAY, 7 1886.
Goilrel Hotel!
HOSEi3UIlG;ORKGON,
OPPOSITE CAULON'S livery stable.
Boar.l and LocTging per day $ i .00 i
..,,, " ' week 5.00
. ' . iVithaut Lodcine..' 4.00
Meals, 25 cents, Lodging:, 25 cents-
" Thorough satisfaction is promised to travel
ers and the public ccnerally. "-.
MRS. . GARRISON, Prop.
toiiN Ken kdy,' Clerk. . - .
O. C. Perkins, Steward, i
. , lS'o Chinese ernployed . . . -. . '. ,
Opium Habit
. I will cure any -one who Lareoe
f nwtPtl tha Onlnm habit, no matter
how long used, in four weekg without
injury to themselves, and sq they will
have no desire for Opium again.
KSTRooius and Lodging furnished at
m v office, in Roseburs. Coniniumca-,
tions and treatment strictly iivate.
J. Woodruff M. D.
Roseburg, Oregon.
HUBBARD
GREEK MILLS,
CLARKE & BAKER, Props.
Having purchased the above named mills of E.
Stephens & Co., we are now prejiaped to furnish any
amount of the beetqualfly of
i LUMBER-
ever offered to the public in Douglas County. We
will furnish at the mill at the following prices;
Nol roueh lumber.. $12 M
No, 1 ooring, 6 Inch. , - $24 M j
No. 1 flooring, 4 inch M
No. 1 finishing lumber 20 M
No. 1 flnialrinz lumber dressed on 2 sides $24 M
Vn 1 flni.hinv lumber dreaaed on 4 sidcs''26 M
CLARKE BAKER.
ROSEBURG' REVIEW
- HASJTHE'
liFIimST JQD OFFICE
IN DOUGLAS COUNTY.
CARDS, BILL HEADS, LEGAL BLANKS
And other Printing, Including
Large and Heavy Posters and Showy Rand-Billi
Neatly and Expeditiously exec ted
AT PORTLAND PRICES.
Will
TRUCK FARMING.
An Occupation That Pays Well Enough If
All the Work Is Conducted Systemati
cally
THE HAT.
the future historian and
write op tie
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A n.arvel tf f.urity,
strength and whoiesomencss. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in co
petition with the multitude of low test, shunt
weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 1C6 Wall
St N. Y.
Mrs. R. Ereckcnridge
AGENT FOR
w. h. Mccormick,-
Importer and Manufacturer of
lONUSIENTSfHEADSIOIS
Of American and foreigu Marble
and Scotch Granite.
Estimates giveu for Coping in Sand
Stone,
Also Aaent for Walker's Iron F;ncc for
Ccmeteiy Enclosure. j
ROSEBURG. - ! - OREGON
When
philosopher coiueB to
Having followed truck farming for j ethical features of American society at
twenty years I would say to an inquirer the present dav. ha will rbt . o-rt
that the first question be settled is deal of consideration to the idolatry of -that
of location. It is folly to begin re- . , . ....
mote from market, on bad roads, and ot the at The American worships
where it will be difficult to get manure, the hat -It is his most powerful and
or to command extra help in an emer- most frequently invoked deity. No
gency. The village should be large election can be leld without iu aid. '
enough to furnish customers, anda The churches live by it It sustain.'
large part of its inhabitants should be , , . , ,
engaged in manufacturing, attending . . a 8c0fes of kindred
schools, or in such other callings as will societies. It is the comfort of the
occupy their time and make it necessary widows and the orphans. It relieves
for them to buy all they consume. Two jv. v . . , . , .,
villages of equaL inhabitants may differ he Por and wretched. A poor devil
grev in the quantity' of vegetables re- breaks his leg, and the hat is called up
quired, as one may be somewhat scat- on to uke him t th hota
tered and a large proportion of the fam- , - ? .77 v ,
llieshavegardens,or outlota, on. wlycb vide for nis family nnUl he els -well. .
to raise thewaisupirfics, aad the other a budding town wants a ue wroa-ter ' k
tnatr . ha" mrwAt comtact' with' a mlica- r'?r--r-tfjc'-e-si-r-.-saK-s -- ' 1 :
r. -m'-L. , I and the jiai ia tAiupJ... T. ri tr-.A t-1 . -.
on I other oppi-essed lands" draw tinndreds
certain before lcatin whether yon can ,u .r wiars ery year trora
get all you require and at a reasonable the American hat. A strike is inaug-
cost. A very successful market-garden- urated and le falI - r
er from Central Indiana visited me , , .
lately; he is gardening thfrty-sbc acres get a chance to saenfice to the hat.
and has out one hundred thousand eel- A teamster's horse dies and the hat is
ery plants this year. In answer to my 4. ...
question as to the cost of manure he "poii. Executive councils be
told me he got all he could use for the come the high priests of the new wor
hauling and the stablemen were very sh:n j nnlww Iinmn Mt
glad to have him take it a xj. Now & an(1 ""J1" cata- " on
one can locate near a town where ma- derfully changed they profit as much
nure can bo had at that rate, and there by their offices as did ever Brahmin of
are many and the distance to his farm ... . .
is such that he can make six or eight n,Sh caste- And like .all other false
trips a day, he has a wonderful advan- .gods, the hat is becoming a burden to
tage over the man who must pay for lta4lftVftfpofi Tr t. .
manure and can only draw three or lour ; . '"
loads a day. All my gardening was nd insatiate god before whom people
done two miles from town, andrhave ever bowed. He will be a grand -
always been obliged to pay from fifty -
cents to one dollar a load for manure deemer who shall liberate ub from the
and could never get all I wanted at that despotic sway of the hat And he will
PrHad I settled near any one of several be a Krrtr than Gibbon and Ma
larger towns within fifty miles of where cauly who shall fitly tell of the rise and
x now uve, x couia nave naa au uaum- if 11 e ft orwJ
ited supply of manure for nothing, and fU ,ot the emPlre and th ohP
it would have been worm thousands 01 me nau otatepman.
r - . . .
ti 1 larger proporuyn ox coiisuiucrev ;
U J Your profits will "depend largely
I LUK lililll LLLtS DUUUlVi IU1U WU DUUIUU
Agee & MlbLER.
iNew Butcher Shop
We keep aU kinds of FRESH and fHE BEST
PICKLED meats.
STISFACT10N ASSURED.
'Hides of all kinds bought.
H. C. Stanton
1
DEALER IN
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STAPH DRV G00D8
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OF .
QUALITY.
GENERAL FURNISHING,
It is the memoir of Adam Black,
and the story is told of Rev. John Col
quhoun, a theologic light in Scotland,
in the beginning of this century. "On
his
rTHE OLD RELIABLE
, Established iii 18G7.
; Jacob BJiGzcr
H.
FAURYf
Merchant Tailor.
J.
JASKULEK,
Practical
N.
conwuTT,
Successor to J. D. JO UN SOX.'
1
DEALER I
DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES,
' CLOTHING, HATS and CAPS
DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES.
Cheaper than the Cheapest
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician.
ALL WOKK W A U RANTED.
Dealer in "Watches, Clocker. Jewelry,
Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
A FTIX LINK OF
CKiARS, TOBACCO a FANCY GOODS.
niTIK ONLY RKLTARI.E OPTOMER IN TOWS
I for the proper adjustment of Spectacles. Deimt
of the Genuine Brazilian Pebble Spectacles and Eye
glasses. Office in Hamilton's Brick Block.
in the Red Front, next door to A. C, Marks
Store.
Repairs and Alterations neatly done.
91 ItS. S. A. HUTGHIXSOX,
MILLINERY STORE!
Oulcalutl,B Orogroii.
LAMES WILL PiSD MY STOCK LARGE AND
Complete. Prices moderate.
Hi-Fi M Call. Mrs. S. A. IIctchi.vson.
:ff A
mv
A GIFT
SHERIDAN BROTHERS,
Send 10 cents postage, and we
will mail you free a royal, val
uable, sample box of (roods
that will put you in the way
of makinir more money at once, than anything else
in America. Both sexes ot all aires can live at borne
and work in spare time, or all the time. Capital not
required. We will start you. Immense pay sure for
those who start at once. Stinhon & Co., Portland
Maine.
ABSOLUTELY
MRS. D.C. McCLALLEN,
Proprietor of the
McCLALLEN HOUSE.
firs r CLASS
i Rosebnrg, regon,
o 0 0
They would announce that they have just received and now have on
hand one of the largest stocks of ..
General Hardware, etc,
' "
Ever Brought to Donglas, and, wheu added to their
Stoves of all Patterns and Ready-made Tinwar
m. .i Aalrm tbew h&vit tnn best Rtitmlv in their line of 'any house iu
Large Sample Rooms for Commercial Southern Oregon, which they propose selling Cheaper than can be purchased elsewhere
In toe Bbftpe 01 dui lui ur juiiifjftiniw, u v
offer 1 superior inducement. U 'Pchase; -Try ns
We can give you Bargains m ino iouoiuk uhluj i . .
rhck's BONASZA. FABMER'S UTILITY, DEXTER, PACIFIC, WIDE WEST,
ot iQwnnv. OCCIDENT. IRON KIXG, EMPIRE Wi l l
And other Sioves and Ranses.
The best of workmen are constantly employed in the manufacture of our TINWAR
uuu,u..r nttvo 1. - tl,, f,r
Riflee, as well aa Shotguns and Pistols. cmmntmuniM
1 We are also Agents tor tne wne, reeness uu imiuc av. am.uu.iu.
I which we sell at the lowest fates and warrant as complete in eyery respect.
We can also supply .
O. P.TOMPKINS
& PURCHASING
Agent of
ALLKINDSOF MERCHANDISE
Travelers.
Coach to and from the house
Baggage delivers free ot charge.
DEPOT HOTEL,
OAKLAND, OREGON.
Itiolaui-tl Thomas, Prop.
A., ordors from the couutry filled on short .
notice from -
Every Class or Kind of Goods from
First-Class Stock.
Absolutely no charges or comniiwdon.
will be charged for filling orders.
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FIRST STREET,
Tht BUYERS' GUIDE la
Issued March sad Sept.,
kech year. -S80 pages,
x lXi lnclie,VFitn over
'3.SOO Ulnatratlona a
whole Picture Gollerr.
GIVES 'Wholesale Prleea
direct to otumier on all good for
personal or family use xeiis now va
order, and gives exact cost of every
thing yon use, eat, driclt, wear, or
have fun frith. These ISVA1AJABLK
BOOKS contain InftrmatUm gleaned
from the market of the world. We
wlU maU a copy FREE to any ad
dress npon receipt ot 10 eta. to defray
expense ot mailing. Let na hear from
yon. Respectfully, .
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
37 Ot 220 Wabash Avenue. Chicago, IIU
USB
AM PREPARED TO DO
. FIRST CLASS
j Work in this line, and ask a share of
j the patronage of Roseburg and vicin
ity. . . -
ELMINA V. CltOIP.
I Next door to L. Belffls Jewelry Store. Rosbeurg OrJ
HOSIERY, TRIMMING etc.
Boots & Shoes
OF THE REST QUALITY.
:-. - '
- .. a full
jL&&ra:B-i uaai; ant
GROCERIES!
UWood And Willow1
WAUE, "
CROCKERY
Sc"G LASSWA HE,
ELECTRIC LAMPS,
SCHOOL BOOKS,
AND STATIONARY.
I
Subscription
AGENCY.
i
Subscription received for all Eastern
and European Publication 3.
dollars to me. It is wiser to pay $100
an acre for good land for gardening ad
joining a village rather than half that
for equally good land two miles further
away. I use the term good in speaking
of the land, and good farming land is
tint, nlwnva crnnrT fnr omrrlfnino. A
garden should be on a soil -naturally or one sacrament Sundiy morning,
artificially well drained. The soil should wife, being desirous to hive him aicely
be warm and easily worked, and yet not , . . ....
shallow and gravelly so as to dry out "S'1 out for the occasion, had his .
quickly, and should not be subject to coat well brushed, his shirt white atf
a,S35a?i53 ; ":
losing them by inundation, and yet somelyon his breast; and when sur
many farmers unwisely locate on bottom veyefi her guidman she was . ro de
land subject to overflow because such ,. , . , .. , :
lands are rich and eas'dy worked. Hun- "gated with his comely appearance
dreds of acres of bottom land along the that she suddenly took him round the
iu: t : .1 . :i ....v.
merged and the crops utterly ruined fwk im. Thereupon
every few years. it eeems that the Rev, Mr. Colquhoun
JV. common-mistake of beginners is to waa , offended by thU carnal pro
attempt to cultivate too much land, or . . .
to plant too largely of some crop wiich ceedmg, that he debarred -his wife
requires experience ana stui to manage from the sacrament that day.?
prontawy, wnen iney lacs Dotn. , Ane
. 1 . . -1 1 1 1
dnw nm-n rrith o nio f tta.it J ames tr. I31aine has gone to Car
best land and with a few crops which I Harbor with his family and retainers.
you know how to manage, andrjeginat including Gail Hamilton and Willie'
once to experiment with others. Do ,
everything in a thorough manner, have alljrrhelp& It is rather 'early in
men ard teams enough to do your work the season to go to a summer resort,
at thojight time and do it well. Mr. , . ,. . . ., ,
RootfoflQlinois, a most successful gar- 1,ut the magnetic statesman evidently
dener and seed-grower, told me lie found calls to mind the saying about the "earl v
it paid him to keep one horse at work b:j j i jv. tuint- tuaL
constantly through the growing season bmi ant he no doubt thinks that any
on each four acres, and Mr. Henderson atmosphei e will be warmer - than that
estimates that on the high-priced land which he has lived in since that cold
ornrrlonfxl in rnn vir.imrv of New York . .
City there' is an average annual expendi- day xnI,ovember' 1884. GaU will be
ture of three hundred dollars per acre I able to temper the winds at Bar Har-
ior nanu laoor una umry-uve uuuurs
OFFICE: 107
At D. W. Trentice's
Portland.Or.
DR, LIEBIG'S
WONDERFUL
German Invigorator
L. BELFILS
, ITirst Class
SLEEPING ACCOMODATIONS.
AND THE
Table supplied with the Best the Market affords
Averill and BublDor Paints.
the best u the market, at lowest rates. Give us a call, inspect our stock; inquire as to
rices, and we promise to suit you u any one can.
all work
and Jewelry.
Hotel at the Depot of the Railroad.
MOORE'S RESTAURANT.
(IVmcipaal Business Street.)
Roseburg, (Oregon
MEALS 25 CENTS, LODGING 25 CENTS
We Keep the Best the Market Affords
Dr. THOMAS OR All 131,
A GRADUATE
Of the-Cnlvcrslty of Pa. at Philadelphia snd of the
ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, and ROYAL
COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, LONDON ENGLAND
has located for the practice of his profession in
I ROSEBURG - - OREGON.
Office and residence, Washington street opposite
I WATCZ
I feel confident of giving satisfaction in
entrusted to me in watches, clocks, ana
I also repair musical instruments.
"I lave the County patent rlht for sale of Concrete
Cement Pipe for couveyin water to any pW "
sireu in Douglas couaty:
I will also teach any kind of Instrumental music.
Anyone desiring instruction will call on me at -my
watchmaking shop. Bsiru
Are perfectly Safe and always EOeetaal.
Tf.oA uuim TMnilarlv bv 10i)00 Americas
Women. iaaraate saperf or to all
tkera. or Cask reftaadeel. Don't waste
money on worttalru noatrneaa. Try
B.nid flrat. sold bv all irrujjeista, or
mailed to anv adrtrenw. Bend 4 cents for particulars.
WILCOX SPECIFIC CO.. Phtlaaa.. Pa.
Wash House.
Sam Young Prop
Opposite CARLON'S STABLE,
CITY DRAYTNG
DONE WITH DISPATCH.
CALL ON
VAN BUREK.
Men who are aufferin g
Disease and Weakness bro
on by early imprudedce or
excesses, cansinir nervous
debility, premature decay, lost manhood, etc., hav
ing" tried id rata every known remedv, shonld pro
cure immediately DB. LIEBIG3 INVIGORATOR
NTHEi0OCT0R will agree to forfeit 1,000. or
ease undertaken, not cured? The reason why so
many cannot get cured ot weakness and the above
diseases is owtnr to a gompiication called PROSTA
TORRUEA with Hyperesthesia, which requires
aeecial treatment.
DR. LIEBWS INVIGORATOR No. 2. under our
ad rfce snd special treatment.is the only oositive cure
for PROSTATORRHEA. '
DR. LIEBIG k CO. for the past r.inetcen years
have made an exclusive specialty of h treatment of
diseases of men.
U pimples appear on the face, if you become list
less and despondent, look out for the complication
with Seminal Weakness and loss of Vitality known
as Prostatorrhea. ' Hundreds ot lives have been lost
and thousands have lost their property and pleasure
In lin from its effect. Varicocele; or wormy veins
(4 th scrotum, often the unsuspected cause of Lost
Manhood. Debility, etc. ete DR. LIEBIG'S Invur-
orator, No. 3, Is the only known rented yfor th
EGGS FOR HATCHING
FROM
WYANDOTTES,
PLYMOUTH ROCKS,
BROWN LEGHORNS,
i
ITIIE THREE LEADING VARIE
TIES.
i
I KEFP NO OTHERS.
My six Wyandotte Ilcui made a record last season
ot one hundred and twenty six eggs each in six
month?, from January 15th, to July 15th. Aside
from their utility they are tho handsomest fowl 1
have ever handled. Egg one sotting 94
two setting 87 throe aett'ngs.tO
My Plymouth. Rooks
Have always stood at the, front for several years,
always winning the highest honors wherever on ex
hibition. Etrgsone scttiaat 82.60 two settings 81,
three settings 80. A few choice trios forstle at 810
each. Single birds from 83 to &5.2!
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My Stock of Brown Leghorns
Cannot be sur asset! in this r any other couutry.
My strain is a direct cross between fowls I imported
rom Eoaucr of Massachusetts and Kecfcr of Illinois.
Eggs, one setting 82.50 two settings 81 three set
tings 8. A few extra choice Cockerels for sale at
1 to 85. All mv fowls have had splendid range, are
healthy and finely marktd. 1 guarantee a good
oatch and perfect satieficlion. Send stamp for
handsomely illustrated catalogue.
Cash must accompany all orders.
Address, i M. GARRISON. -'
Forest Grove Oregon-
N. B. Express charges light, Wells, Fargo A Co's.
express trives special low rates to all my customers.
J. M. G.f
...J 1 11.. J VTTfll.
for horse labor. This last estimate ia uul WH,B-UU
where three crops are raised on the land I can shed the mild light of his sweet
in a single season. Near my village is mi Aurora-like countenance across
a gardener who works but four acres ol , ,
land and w'io tells me that bis sales the which may be temperate out
average one thousand dollars a year. 0f respect for the Maine idea. World.
xroiutry-iteeuuig wi usury uig, ur uutu,
truck farming to good advantage, if you TLe following story about ; the late
have sufficient land. There would be I Dr. Joel llawes is told by ez-Mavor
U SfaSSS! Robing of ntfora, Co..., "One
would damage the garden. A poultry day he came into my office and said:,
fence need not be expensive. I find that aienry, a man was in my study this
with a baseboard one foot wide (or even , . . - ' 1
six inches if the board is put eight inches morning, and right under my own root
above the ground and a fill made) and told me I hadn't preached the gospel
common lath above, a fence can be made - . , w, . ,J
that will turn fowls if one winff be for for-y years- What WUW JOn
clipped, and this fence will cost less than have done if vou had been in my placet
a common board fence. The poultry j said T woufd hay M M out
manure will half pay the keeping of the uiwui
fowls if all be saved and properly used, doors. The good old doctor-a man of ,
and the fowls will be a benefit to the peace in all respects-looked at me
garden by destroying insects. They can .. . . . , '-
be let out late in the afternoon and will Wltft a queer expression for a moment,
not be likely to damage the garden. If and then remarked, thoughfully, 'I
you accustom them to your voice they i. ,. . -
can be called into the yard at any time wlsU T0U d HenrT-
if you forget to shut them up at night ; - .
If one has land enough to keep sever- The Oiegonian says of Col. Corne
al cows and can establish a milk route Uu8 the ring tooj for governor: "CoL
he will find dairying profitable in con- ' . . .
ncction with gardening, but I would ad- Cornelius has been fully recognized for
vise that the cows be fed in the stable many years as in- elose affiliation with
and not pastured at all." Have a lot to . . . -'. -n
turn them in for an hour or , two each '-he managers of state poUtics m Port
day for exercise, and feed them all they land. In his county and in the legis-
ml"' Aan slleithnS are been known as a constant
nure ditch made water-tight and keep a defender of corporate and railroad in-
supply of bedding to absorbaU the terests. In Lis private life he is re
liquid, and you will on this system of , . ...
high feeding make a large quantity of gatded as a good and obliging neighbor, t
excellent manure. If you can not sell He nevoi had the advantage of culture .
the milk, make first-class butter and en- , ,, o -
gage it to customers at a price that will 411(1 eduaction-a senous defect for tha .
pay. ah tne waste 01 tne garaen wui omce tor wnicu ne is designated.
help icea tne cows ana mucn iooa can
The Democrats of Union county
have placed in nomination' a ticket
be raised for them on the waste spots.
Waldo Jr. Brown, n N. x. Tribune.
C. S. White was appointed a guar
dian recently for Mrs. Harriet White, a
resident of Euclid. Mrs. White is
eighty-five years of age, nearly blind
and an invalid. It was stated that she
has an ungovernable temper, and strong;
which ought to meet the endorsement
of the various factions. The men
nominated are all good citizens, re
liable Democrats and thoroughly com-
ly objected to the appointment of any I petent for the various positions.
Brewster's Patent Be In Bolder
Tour lines are where you put them not
nndcr norser leet. une aseni sum n uuz. iu
5 days, one dealer sold e dox. tn IS days.
Samples worUij ran W rite tor terms.
E. E. BBEWSTEE, Holly, Bach.
one to manage her property, but the !
need of a guardian was apparent A
male member of tho delegation which -
waited upon Judge Tilden attracted con- I
siderable attention because of the fact
that his hat covered a crop of bright
purple hair. Cleveland (0.) Leader.
up your
ticket
ranks and elect the
Close
entire
above complication, and a perfect and perms ncn
! cure wiu oe iruaranteed in an eas
der our special advice azsd treatment.
eases undertaken une
' COFFEES HOUSED
Meals at.au hours.
Meals after 9 o'clock P. M. 50cts.
other hours 25c ts., "
The Jacksonville Times states that
a stranger has men employed digging
for a can of gold dust, between the
residences of CoL J. N. T. Miller and
J. R. NeiL in the town of Jacksonville.
at
Most powerful electric belU free to our patients.
To prove the wonderful power of the 1NV1GORA-
TOR, A 81 BOTTLE GIVEN FREE,
Cau or address,
Dr- XUhle & Co1 Private) Dispensary
Q0 Geary at, can ixaacjaeo, w.
Eucklens Arnica Salve-
The Best Saxve in the world for
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped " BlurJ
Hands, ChUblains, Corns, and all Skin from Yreka, in the spring of 1863, be-
Second door north of Marks Brick J Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, ing on their way to the Salmon river
on Jackson Street. or no pay requireo. .- wis guaranieea mine3j aT,a having a surplus ot dUBt,
' We give the best the market affords ZfS Wd ih l .
Mrs, Harry Lambert. Fw ssleby Marsters & Co I oak trae, -Mail.
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the Catiolie Church,
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