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ROSEBURG REVIEW i
FRIDAY, JUNE, 11, 1886.
THE HZECTIOX or Kit.
The election is over and the smoke
of battle is sufficiently arisen to give ns
only a partial view of the tielJ. E
nougli ia known however, to warrant
us in stating that Democracy have done
nobly and well. We have elected Pen
noyer' also Webb; the contest between
Gibons and McBricle will be close, and
also 1 et ween II. S. Strahan and Judge
Waldo. Doubtless the Republicans
have carried the rest of the ticket, in
cluding also Judge Bean. Hamilton,
our candidate for Prosecuting Attor
ney; has a brilliant majority. On our
County ticket we have elected two Rep
resentatives, County Judge, Sheridan,
West, probably Ben. Agee and Hall,
Russell and Graham. Democrats, vou I r
have great reason to rejoice. We re
peat, you have done nobly. The future
is yours beyond a doubt As for the
Review we have been earnest, hon
orable and courteous. We have endea-
vored to do our duty with malice to-
ward none and with charity for all and
with sincere love for the grand old Dein-J
ocratic party I
Without doubt tho Prohibition party
in the recent election has disclosed the
fact that it is a factor in Oregon. It
lias surmised and pleased its friends,
I j, I
but has its action been altogether wise
for itself. "Can it maintain its future?"
This question involves great doubt.
Tin T&Tr.nnranv liovo 1 toon atilicfnn t;-,i-
M. uav J mm vm i w a w W a.'-J Mt,a V. lf 4 I
ly restored to power. A triumphant
party cannot disintegrate, therefore
it will accrete rather than lose. If then
the Prohibition party hopes to win it has been elected by a very small ma
must gain its success from some other jority over Shelly. Sheridan's majority
power, it will necessarily absorb the
Republican organization. Well in so
That mi tv
has outlived its usefulness. We shall
remain steadfast to the c;.use of tern-
perance and Democracy and have no
dnnbf. fli trnnA mnsn mv lm lmst cm.
served through their wisdom. Should
the Republican party remain intact we
are sure of future success, if it dissolves
we are doubly certain. Altogether the
fnt.ivn nrnaonfa n fair nnrl wotHa W
to the Deniocratsand justice be praised
The election is oyer and the busy j
season is now upon us, tarmera are I
preparing for their hay harvest. The J
wool clip is being marketed daily, a
revival of business and era of general
prosperity may be looked for. I
Tho depression which has effected us I
for the last few ydars may justly be I
attributed to a number of causes, first
a falling off in the crops a lack of
something to sell that would bring
money into the country while there
has been a heavy drainage upon our
cash for merchandise, machinery etc.
In other words our demands have been
disproportionate to our means of sup
plying them. The cessation of public
works the stoppage in building railroads
has cut off one of the meaus of supply
ing the necessary cash for transacting
the business of life; a large number of
people have been left without perma
nent employment. The wages paid to
the numerous Chinaman employed by
our people have been Bent out of our
country for which we get no return
all these constant drains hare contrib
uted to make money scarce and teach
our people a forced lesson in economy.
A revival of good crops, a release
from the Chinese scourge, a resumption
of public enterprise together with the
activity which is' promised in the devel
opment of our mineral resourses pre
sents a bright future for Oregon.
Gladstone's Home Rule Bill has
been defeated by a vote of 311 for the
measure and 341 against it a majori
ty of 30. The debate on the bill was
characterized by being one of the
most confusing and noisy affairs that
it has been our lot to chronicle for a
long while, in the history of the parli
amentary actions of tho civilized world.
When an important measure id de
feated, it is generally the rule of the
British parliament to dissolve or the
cabinet resign. It is probable that the
former will be the case and a new
election will ba held, for which pre
parations are already being made. It
promises to be the most exciting and
bitterly contested election held in the
British realm for years, with the home
rule question for the main issue in the
The Plaindealer very unfairly at
tributes to us, that which by an over
sight was clipped from the Coos Lay
News, and makes us personally respon
sible for its manufacture, in reference
to CoL Cornelius having a son in the
Cleveland is the second who has
been married in office. John Tyler
married his second wife while presi
dent, twenty months after the death of
his first wife.
That "sublime cheek" man in the
Plaindealer last week of course cannot
write good english, much less good
sense. More Billingsgate.
Subscribe for The Ketiew,
Hear our Rooster Crow!
pnv -nrMrirvRiTTr! ttATWS Tiff AT.T.
PARTS OP THE STATE -
Dousks Elect3 Kearly the Whole Dem-
. ocratic Uounty Ticket-
The election is over and the ques
tion is pretty well settled which party
will control the ship of state in her
next two years' cruise. The battle
has been fought and the field cleared
and a glorious victory crowns the
labors of the Democracy. Owing to
tlie failure of Cow Creek precinct to
send in its returns on time, thereby
delaying the canvass of the vote of the
county, we are unable to give the au
thentic hgtuvs ot ictui ns or tins county
this issue of the Review, but the
returns show conclusively that the
Democratic victory is complete, with a
very few exceptions. The result stands
about as follows: Ben. Agee, for Sheriff,
over laylor will reach nearly one
hundred, while Dave West leaves
Stearns in the background to the tune
. . . . .. .
of nearly .300 majority. ritzhugh
beats Colvig by a light vote, while the
Commissioners will be divided, McGee
undoubtedly berncc re-elected, with
either Mali or Lamb for. a companion.
Kassell will be our next County School
Superintendent by a good uiajoiity
Britt is undoubtedly elected Surveyor
Un(l al.SO Sterling, ASSeSSOf. JJeer
Creek Justices will be Gannon and
Harpham, with Peter J linger, Consta
ble. The state representative ticket
s divided by the election of two on
each. Benjamin and Palmer undoubt
eaiy ueing elected on tne iteputmcan
ticket and Waite and one of the other
thrceon the Democratic which one we
are not able to state. The state has
gone Democratic bv a good round ma
jority giving the Governorship "to Pen
noyer and pretty much all of the rest
I of the ticket. Hermann will w ithout
doubt be re-elected, but by what ma
jority we are unable to state. Strahan
and Waldo have run very close, but
we cannot tell which is elected. Gib
ons and Webb are probably elected,
while Nickell is beaten by Baker.
Superintendent McElroy is re elected.
For Judge of the second Judicial Dis
trict Bean is reinstated, and Hamilton's
majority for District Attorney over.
Raybura is almost phenominal, he un
doubtedly getting the largest majority
of any man on the ticket. Democrats,
let us rejoice, the victory is complete,
and Democracy reigns supreme in the
grand old state of Oregon. Now let
us give three cheers, are you ready
Hip! Hip! Hurrah:! etc.
TOLD YOU SO.
Is the Oriental salutation,
knowing that good health .
cannot exist without a
healthy Liver. When the
Liver is torpid the Bow
els are sluggish and con
stipated, the food lies
in the stomach undi-
fested, poisoning the
lood; frequent headache
ensues; a feeling of lassi
tude, despondency and
nervousness indicate how
the whole system is de
ranged. Simmons Liver
Regulator has been the
means of restoring more
Eeople to health and
appiness by giving them
a healthy Liver than any
agency known ofl carta.
It acts with extraor
dinary power and efficacy.
NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED. ,
Torcid Liver. Constipation, etc.. I
ever nae anything else, and have never
Deen aisappotntea in tne enect produced:
U seems to be almost a perfect cure for all
ttlfeasea of tne Stomach and Bowels.
THE RA.IZ.Y AT OAKLASD.
Our reporter thinking he might accumulate
some of the wherewithal which helps to add
news to the columns of a newspaper, concluded
last Saturday morning that he would board
the morning train and take in the rally which
was held in Oakland on that day. And on
looking around he found that he was to enjoy
the company of the Junior Band, and a great
many candidates on the different tickets and
also a great many of Koseburg's citizens who
took advantage of the occasion to visit friends
and relatives there. The trip down was en
livened by music from the band and everybody
seemed happy and determined to have a good
time. On arriving at Oakiand the crowd
wended their way to the different hotels and
enjoyed breakfast, with the exception of the
humble rep orter who was forced to be con
tent. -with cheese and crackers. Nothing of
special importance occured until the afiernoon
when it was announced that speaking would
be held in Mr. Brown's hall, and in due time
a large crowd assembled to listen to the speak
ers of the day. Mr. Ramp was the first gentle
man called upon, who rosjHmded in an able,
clear and concise manner in the intere-.t of the
Prohibition party. Mr. Ramp is a most able
speaker, his voice being very loud, clear and
distinct arid his arguments are strong and to
the point. Mr. Benjamin followed with an
able speech in the interest of the republican
party. Mr. Benjamin' is well known as an
able talker and thcrefure comment is unneces
sary in repard to him. Several other speak
ers followed including" Messrs Colvig, Ball and
Owens. - Mr. Colvig endeavored to impress
upon his hearers that the Republican party was
the party of progress and reform and that
nothing had ever went to show lhat it would
disregard Us obligations if the ticket was
elected. Mr. Ball spoke at some length in
favor of Democracy and the ticket. His re
marks were closely followed by Mr. Owens
who scored him (Mr. Ball) rather severely for his
antagonism to the Prohibition ticket and Pro
hibition in general. After the meeting had
adjourned, supper was the next thing in order,
after which quite a large crowd repaired to
the depot and patiently awaited the coming of
the excursion train from Roseburg. They
were not kept long in suspense for it was soon
seen rounJing the curve aad dashing toward
the station . This train brought two coackes
which were literally packed with citizens from
Roseburg and vicinity, it also having on board
the troupes who were to play at the evening's
entertainment. The crowd immediately re
paired to the hall again and soon packed it to
overflowing in anticipation of the evcning's
amusement. "The Little Brown Jug was
the first piece on the programme, and to only
say that the company did well, hardly bespeaks
enough for them, as each one endeavered to
do better than they had ever done before,
and we must say they accomplished their in
tentions. AU we regret is that we have not
space enough for personal mention of each
member ot the troupe, i his drama was
followed by a song by Miss Allie Rose, entitled
"Beautiful Dreams of the Twilieht." All
who have ever heard Miss Rose sing, know
that words cannot carry praise enough for her
sweet and splendid voice. The next on the
programme was the comedy of "Handy Andy."
It is not necessary to dwell upon the merits of
those who played this laughable farce as their
names bespeaks the success of anything they
attempt in that line. This piece wound up
the day and evening's programme, and the
Roseburg crowd was soon on board the train
again speeding toward home, having enjoyed
one of the most pleasant events of the cam
J usT as we go to press there is little
change in the situation of affairs in re
gard to election returns. There is a
few changes in regard to the stats of
ficials. It is pretty certain that Mc-
Bride has won the office of Secretary
of State, beating Gibons by a fiair ma-
joriy. Jt is thought Hermann s major
ity will reach about the same figures as
it did two years ago, 2000. Pennoyer
walks to the gubernatorial chair with
about the same figures. McElroy and
Laker have majorities of about 1500
Xoticc to Contractor.
Scaled plans, specifications, strain diagrams
and bids w iil be rccicvcd at the office of the
County Judge, until Tuesday the 6th day of
July 1S86 at 12 o'clock m of said day for the
construction of wagon bridge over Pass Cieek
at or near the town of Drain. Bidders are
required to deposit live per cent of the amount
of their bids. The county reserves the ru;lit
to reject any or all bids.
J. S FlTZHUCH,
June S, 1SS6. County Judge.
Twin Foes to Life
Arc Indigestion and Constipation.
Their primary symptoms are among the
most distresses of minor human ailments,
and a host of diseases, speedily resultant
from them, mutually aggravate each other
and assail at once the whole machinery
of life. Nausea, Foul Breath, Sour
Stomach, Dizziness, Headaches,
Bilious Fever, Jaundice, Dyspepsia,
Kidney Diseases, Piles, Itheumatism,
Neuralgia, Dropsy, and various Skin
Disorders, are among the symptoms
and maladies caused by derangement of
the stomach and bowels. .
A Thorough Purgative
medicine is the first necessity for cure.
Then the cathartic effect must be main
tained, in a mild degree, just sufficient
to prevent a recurrence of costiveness,
and at the same time the liver, kidneys
and stomach must be stimulated and
Ay er's Pills
Accomplish this restorative work better
jtban any other medicine. They are
searching and thorough, yet mild, in their
purgative action. They do not gripe the
patient, and do not induce a costive re
action, as is the effect of other cathartics.
Withal, they possess special properties,
diuretic, hepatic and tonic, of tlie bighest
medicinal value and
"All diseases proceeding from disorder
of the digestive and assiniilutory organs.
The prompt use of Ayer's Tills to
correct the first indications of costive
ness, averts the serious illnesses which
neglect of that condition would inevitably
induce. All irregularities in the action of
the bowels looseness ns well as consti
pation are beneficially controlled by
Ayer's Pills, and for the stimulation
of digestive organs wenkened by long
eontiuiied dyspepsia, one or two of
Ayer's Pills dailv. after dinner, will do
more good than anything else.
Leading Physicians Concede
That Ayer's Tills are the best of all
cathartic medicines, and many practition
ers, of the highest standing," customarily
Dr. J. C. Ayer a Co., Lowell, Mass.
For sale by all Druggists.
PERFUMERIES, COMBS, BRUSHES,
Wayne, DnPa Co.. Winn).. .
HAS IMPORTED FROM PRANCE
Farekerou Horses YftUed at $1,(00,000,
70 PER CENT. OP ALL HORSES
now purny 01 Diooa ueraoiiuM D Mdlfreas
corded In the i Percheron Stud Book of Fran
uvoai otuu i fiuviujicu iu wat country.
EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA
Old enough for
Two rears old and
Hseognlxlnf tbs pria
Dla aoeantail bv all
IntahlMot bnadan that.
bewares wU brad animals
rrsneh certificate of Its number and record In the
Fercharoo Stod Book of Franca. BO-Pago llluo
tratex) Catalogue) wnt free. Wayne, nia., la M
wSrninA of tblcag-o, on Chicago A Northwerttrn By.
AT OAKLAND OREGON.
Home and lot with barn, and other
buildings, (3) three acres of land, also
household furniture, and one safe, and
one organ. Inquire of J. II. Wibon,
TI19 undersigned offers for salj at
her residence on Deer creek the follow
ing described property: I mower, 1
hay rake, 1 fan mill, 1 hay fork, 2
wagons, 1 harrow, 1 large iron kettle,
30 geese, 20 hogs, plows and many
other useful things about, a ranch, in
cluding one cidci mill. Sale on June
26th, 1886. Terms cash, or six months
on time without interest.
Mrs. Seresa "Adams.
Health and Sleep without
I have for sale a one-half interest in
a first-class Shingle Mill, situated on
Hubbard Creek. We have a gen
water power, and the mill is in good
running order. I also have a one-half
interest in all the Shingle Timber on
the land on which the mill is situated,
3C0 acres, and timber can be run to
tlie mill with very littlo expense.
I will sell for cash, trade or security.
Apply to J. J.HIMES,
Uuipqua Ferrv, Oregon. m28tf
$1,000 Reward !
Mrs. Gen. ' u Wilson, of parsons, Kansas,
who was apHiuieu by tue State of Kansas uay coin
missioner to the World's fair at New Orleans, iu au
swer to the inquiry of a reporter, said: "lean not
Slicak too highly of Dr. TURNER'S TREATMENT.
Uv sufTcrintrs nearly distracted me. My stomach
was deranged and my nervous system was complete
ly broken. I suffered from partial paralysis, rheu
matism and neuralgia. Added to the above symp
toms were loss of memory, voice, appetite and lack
of nerve force. My family physician did me no good
and by the advice ol a mend, i bought nr. Turner s
Treatment. Two packages completely cured me.
I think the treatment is wonderful in its effef.ts,-
and recommend It in all eases of general or nervous
debility, and diseased condition of the stomach, kid
neys, uer wm uiwu.
To The Women!
Young or old, if you are suffering from genera 1 de
bility of the system, headache, backache, nain in one
or both sides, general Hssitude, bearing down pains
in the abdomen, flashes of heat, palpitation of the
heart, smothering in the breast, fainting sensations,
nervous debility, couchincr. neuraleia, wakefulness.
ljss of power memory and appetite, weakness of a
private nature or barrenness. We will guarantee to
cure you with from 1 to 3 packages of the treatment.
As a uterine tonic it has no equal. -
M Young, middle aged and old, single
or married. It is a sure cure for dys-I-
I I pepsia, malaria, nervous or general
II A. w J-Aueoiuiy, nervous prostration result
ing from indiscretions of youth or ex
cesses of maturer years, or overw g k
of the brain, and it has no equal for curing all forms
of nervousness and bashf ulness, caused by over In
dulgence, excess or impotence. It has bees' used
successfully in thousands of cases by both men and
women, and is the best mediciue know for the re
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vitality. We will guarantee that three nackaires
will cure the worst case of debility, causing dimness
of sight, defective memory, aversion to society, want
ot ambition, 10 ss oi power, sc. tacn package oi
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for over one month's treatment, with full and com
plete instructions how to exercise, diet, uattae, ,etc.
One box cures catarrh.
Price Turners Treatment per packnge, $1- three
packages 2, sent prepaid on receipt of price. Thou
sands ot cases of diseases mentioned above have
been eured with one package, and knowing, at we
do its wonderful curative effects, the Trratmext
having been used in private practice for over thirty
years iu o. c , guc i luuuwiug wnbieu
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the money u me ikkatmkxi aoesnot enect a cure.
Send money by postal note or at our risk. Address
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Louis, Mo. -
This paper u kept on file at E. C. I)ake s
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advertise . wbwe contracts
change San Francisco, .
for advertising can be made for iu r v
may ba urn tot, If thai r pedigrees f jnet recorded,
they should be valued only aa aradaf, I will aaU all
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PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, ETC.T
OREGON PACIFIC R.R
Willamette Valley to San francisco Via.
trains leave corvalus
Tuesdaj, Thursday, Saturday, at I V. M. :
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, at 8 A. M.
Tlie fine A 1 Steamship "Yaqulna" sails
Fruin Yaquina From San Francisco
I Wednesday May
Tlie Company reserves the right to chan ge
sailing days. Fares and Freight at reduced and
liivcr Boats on the Willamette cuuiiccti
For further information apply to
C. C. Hoguc
A. U. F. & Ag't., Corvallis.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
OREGON AND CALIFORNIA R. R.
TIMK, 2 DAYS.
Fare from l'u rllaiid to San Francibco 12; to Sacra
mento J0. r
Cl'sc connections made at Ashland with stages of
the California Oregon SC Idaho Stage Company.
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
East Siilc Division.
BETWEEN PORTLAND & ASHLAND
? Mail Train
Portland 7..50A. M.
r.oielmrg. ..C.15 P. M.
Ashland 4.15 A. M.
Roseburg.... 5.S.'i A. M.
Portland 4.25 P. M.
Kosclmrg 0.2i 1'. M.
Ashland , ..11.30 V. M.
Koucburg. 5.30 A. M.
Albany Express Train
PjKIuihI 4.0T P. M.
Lebanon 9.0 P. M.
Portland 10.05 P. M.
Lebanon 4.45A. M.
Pullman Palace S!ccii)iir Cars daily between Portland
The O. and C. R. R. Ferry makes connection with all
the regular trains on Last side Di v. irom footof r St
West Side Division
BETWEEN TORTLAND & CORVALLIS
LEAVE. I ARRIVE.
Portland 0.00 A. M. Corvallis 4.30P.M.
Corvallis 8.30 A. M. I Portland 3.20 P. M.
Express Train- !
LEAVE. I ARRIVE.
Portland 5.00 P. M. McMinnville. . 8.00 P. M.
McMinnvllle.... 5.45 A.M. Portland 8.30 A. M.
Local tickets for sale and baggage checked at com
pany's up town office, cor. Stark and Second streets.
Tickets for principal p.rintsin California can only he
procured and baggage checked at company's otnee.
' Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Freight will not be received for shipment after 5
o'clock P. M. on either the East or West Side Div.
R. KOEHLER, E. P. ROGERS,
Manager. O. F. & Pass Agent.
Museum of An atom v,
751 Market Street
O AND LEARN HOW TO WOID
disease, and how wonderfully
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Consultation on lost manhood and all diseases o
men. Send for Books.
Blacksmith Shop and Wagon
Lot 40 feet by 110 feet, situated on
Main Street, Roseburg, also two lots
One new dwelling house and three
acres of land. House 26 by 30 feet
two stones high, situated in the sub
urbs of the City. Commanding a
beautiful view of the Town.
For further particulars call-ut the
Blacksmith Shop of Bo win Brothers,
This health, and pleasure resort is now ocn
fur llin rrrtitiin r.f (riifttv Tll llfltt'l has
len thoroughly renovated, side walks relain,
and a new bath house built.
Hot & Cold Baths
for the accomodation of its guests can be had
at any time. Situated as it is, two miles south
of Drain station, on the
O. & C. R R.
it is tho most accessible
Health and Pleasure Resort
in the Slate of Oregon. Passenger trains stop
at tlie platform in front of the door.
will find the use of the w ater from these min
eral springs to be of great benefit. They ex
pel the poison malaria from the system A
sure cure for Fever and Ague A regulator
for all Liver and Kidney diseases. The hot
baths cure diseases of the skin and relieves
Rheumatic pains. Females suffering from
diseases peculiar to their sex will find it greatly
to their advantage to place themselves under
the care of Mrs. Dr. Tobias who has been
engaged to remain at the springs this season.
will find plenty of game in the neighboring
hills, and mountain trout in all the streams.
For particulars address,
1 W. A. Perkins, Proprietor
TTVP.PS a Yxvrts aurl mtfimlftj iKiirtmont t. n ...
lle 4 the very best materials and latest
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
A perfect FIT Guaranteed
Cleaning and - Repairing
done at Reasonable rates.
Sltor Op tite niTSEirS Meat Market,
on JacKgoD Street.
Sugar Pine, Yellow Fine, Fir and Oak, Well Sea
soned in Our DRY HOUSE When Desired.
Maunlat'tiircrsor Sash & Doors in all Sizes and uanti(io.
Our Factory is now iu full opt;r;itiiin ami we can offer a a 8iccialty all kinds of Stock
and Offick. Fitting, Tikninu and Scroll work at lowest figures. We solicit correspon
dence which is assured prompt atU-i-lioii.
Si.'uau Pink D.oii k Lvmbeu Co.
Grants Pass, Orewn.
Makes The Very Best Lumber.
ROUGH iktM.. 9.00
RUSTIC pe r M 17.00
FLOORING r 31 . . . 17.00.
Cameron & Co. Managers.
Situated 15 niilcu from Rotifburg on North Unipijua. Good loads in Summer.
Will be given any nun
who will )roduee a sci
entist f larjro experi
ence, and widely known
to l sn honorable man,
who Will assert that re
filled cast' zinc is not one
of the most enduring of
all known materials to
withstand the actions of
- -.in w-S-
r p MONUMENTS
J. A. Cardwell, Agent, -
J. J- WH1TSHTT
ANNOUNCES TO THE PUBLIC THAT IIL IS NOW PREPARED
EVERYTHING IjV HIS LINE
aving 'ately fitted up a new STEAM
prepared to furnish lumber of all
Barn lumbsr and fencing furnlsht.-d on
DO YOU WANT
At Fair Prices?
Do you want to build next seasonl If so have your lumber sawed now
that it may be thoroughly seasoned. It will coat no moro.
J. O. Booth, Cleveland, Or. Jt. A. Booth, Drain Or
Staver & Walker,
208 to 214 FRONT ST. PORTLAND, OREGON.
Deal ei's in all kinds of Faim and Dairy machinery j Vehicles, Binder Twin
Belting, Oils and Machine supplies.
alogue, mailed free of charge, and write
chasing elsewhere, anything in any line.
ery, at lowest prices.
OAKLAND. Douglas County, OREGON.
School Year begins Monday, September 7, 1885.
THE COURSE OF STUDY IS DESIGNED TO MEET THE WANTS OF ANY
who may attend. Many noble and brilliant minds glow with a desire for knowledge
but circumstances preclude their attending remote or more expensive institutions; among
such are frequently found the brightest and most promising in school .
Hence the course of study is made almost as full as that of many of nr Colleges,
while the character of instructruction ia inferior to none. :J
Tuition per Session of Twelve AVeeks:
Primary... First irrade Middle class $7 00
First grade Junior class..". 5 00
Second tmAn .Tnninr Msaa fi OO
Use of Instrument.
Drawing and Painting
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
AfD LUMBER CO.
Were awarded the
1 8 8 L - "
SAW MILL on South Deer creek, is
kinds on short notice at
J. J. WHITSETT.
Send for our handsomely illustrated Catr
us for terms, and prices before p u
We will give you the best machin
Second grade Middle class 8 00
Senior class 9 00
.$4 00 to 12 00
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Forty Acres of unimproved land,
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XOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Land Office at Roselmrtr, Ore-con, Juno 5ml 1836.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY Oi VEX THAT THE FOL
XI lowing-named settler has filed notice of her in
tention to make final proof in sunrmrt of her claim.
and that said proof will be made before the Resister
DoMlvAwat O 1 , - i . V
July 10, 1886, Tiz: Elizabeth Wagner widow of Al
lien Wajrner deed. Homestead No. 3S96, for the Iota -1
2 & 8. ) of N. E. J Soc. 9 Tp 33 S. K. 6wot-
She names the following witnesses to prov e ber
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, aaid
land, vii: Mary Wood, Hardy Elliff, Rebecca Smith,
t'hae. Anderson all of Olendale, Donglas Co. Oregon.
Cu&a. W. Jobtstos,
VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ij the undersigned will make application to
the County Court of the County of Douglas,
State of Oregon, at their July term, iSS6, for
a License to sell spirituous liquors in the town
of Gardiner, Douglas County, Oregon, in less
quantities than one gallon, lor a period of one
year. HENRY WADE,
June 4th, 1SS6.
All persons holding any hills against me arc
notified to present the same for payment, and
all persons knowing themselves indebted tor
to me are requested to make immediate pay
ment. ' i
Jons R. Daniels, Roseburg, Oregonj
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CSDERSICXED
hai been duly appointed aa the administrator of
the estate of Aaruu D. Joneedeceaaed. Now.therefore,
all person knowing themselves indebted to the said
6State will come forward and settle the same without
delay; and all persons having claims against the estate
will present tlie same to uie duly verified within six
months from this date. JOHN H.fiHUPEj
Mat ICth, 1836. Administrator.
XOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Land Office at Roseburg Oregon, Kay 3, 1836.- j v "
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEJJ THAT THE FOL
lowing'quuned settler has filed notice of his in
tention to maka final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before the Register
or Receiver at Roseburg Land Office, on Wednesday
June lotb, 1886, vut: Henry SUndley HomesteadNo.
8C11 for the K. W. at S. E. . of N. W 1
8. W. of N.W.J Sec St Tp. 29 8. R. 9 West. )
He name the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuoui reslderce upon, and cultivation of said land,
viz: B. F. Wilson, John Thrush, Geo. Fordney, John
Staudley all of Camas Valley, Oregon. j
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