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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1886.
Whit do Eoseburgers think of this.
Better wake up.
"The citizens of this place met pur
suant to call, Saturday last to discuss
the project of taking preliminary steps
toward building a railroad from this
place to the coast. Messrs. Henry
Beckley and 0. G. H'enderer of Elk
ton were also present and letters were
read from Mess. Heddcn. Palmei and
Ozouf, of Scottsburg, and Mr. A. W.
Reed, of Gardiner. These gentlemen
all spoke encouragingly of the. plan
and promised their aid to the scheme.
31 r. IL L. Shelly addressed the meet
ing at length setting forth the advan
tages of a road over this route. His
remarks .were well received and ap
plaudcd. Speeches were made by
others present, when it was decided
to circulate a subscription paper asking
for aid. The business men and lead
ing citizens of the place subsciibed,
liberally and offered much encourage
A preliminary survey will at once
Le made and also a profile oftbo route.
A corporation will be organized under
the laws of the State and the matter
will be pushed with all possible vigor'
- Drain Echo.
The question is constantly beinj
asked, "why Uoos Uay gets a less ap
propriation than Yaquina Bay!" The
answer is easy and plain". Every cap
italists interested in Yaquina is faith
fully working for that place. Every
winter it has a strong lobby in Wash
iugton working for the interest of said
bay, while Coos Bay is not only doing
nothing affirmatively, but its capitalist
are actnally opposing appropriations
and a lobbyist sent from here would
not onlv uot be seconded in his efforts,
but no opportunity would be lost to
block him, by parties who should
work in the interest of the bay, as the
Yanuina folks do in the interests o!
that place. Coos Bay News.
C. A. Cole has retired from the
Corvallis Gazette. We think Mr
Uole s "explanation does him an in
justice, or else he is possessed with re
publican rabies. Mr. Cole's attacks' uj
on Messers Strahan and Cauthorn
were far-fetched and were gratuitous
even as a Republican iournal. These
men we know, and Mr. Cole is certain
ly not their superior. Douglas county
got a good sljare of the offices from
a Democratic stand point, and its pa
pers of all parties did not feel called
upon to say hard things of the opposite
candidates simply because they were
"Republican or Democratic.
The G. A. R. at Sari Bernardino was
wined and dined, and each vet. had
bottle of pure California wine to take
home with him, as a remembrance of
his visit; according to the Coltou Semi
Tropic, but the cranks were there, and
made an attempt to destroy the wine
provided for the entertainment. What
a pity it could not have all have been
destroyed in the whole State before
they came. It is only to our shame,
not to our glory that we make men
drunk and arouse appetites that were
slumbering, thus entailing lifo-long
misery upon the tempted who have
fallen in our net Censor.
Brig, and Brvt major general W. B.
llazon U. S. A. chief of the signal ser
vice is now on this coast, inspecting
the signal service officers. He may
visit the office here before leaving the
coast In the early days the general,
then Lieut Hazen, -was stationed in
this region, and many of the pioneer?
r 1 t '
vsit-guuiuu may rememocr mm. a cor
dial greeting awaits him, one of the
foremost soldiers of the present day, on
his visit to our city.
Seven anarchists have been found
guilty of murder in Chicago with the
penalty of death. The trial has been
one that has interested the civilized
world, and there is universal commenda
tion of a verdict that warns the turbu
lent and riotous that America is not
the country where indiscriminate mur
der can be safely indulged.
Two brothers named Taylor are run
ning against each other for the govern
orship of Tennessee, one as a Democrat
the other as a Republican. And now
it is said the prohibitionists will nomi
nate the father of the two candidates
for the same office. "
It was a happy thought in TiUlen
when he made provision for his own
monument. His long residence in
New York disgusted him with the
plate passers and slow-going monu
Minneapolis lead St. Paul great! y in
taxable wealth, the proportions Wing
(in round numbers) one hundred mill
ions for the former and eighty millions
for the latter.
Isn't it pretty nearly time to pen
sion the men who thoCoiit of going to
Subscribe for Tus Kviw.
Oakland Oregon, Sept. 1st, 18S0.
Editok Review: f do not desire
newspaper notoriety any more than
Mr. Chenoweth does, or I should not
have signed myself ; anonymously to
the letter published inTuE Review of.
the 20th tilt However in Mr. Cheno.
weth's reply to "Democrat," he accuses
mc of "wilful falsifying," in what re
spect 1 know not. . At all eyents I
hardly think this accusation made in
such a spirit of bravado, will have
much weight amongst those wlro know
me best and longest Mr. Chenoweth
cannot deny distributing prohibition
tickets on election day, and if I stated
that "he used the post office for elec
tioneering purposes," instead of saying
that "he then being postmaster at Oak-
and did electioneer for the third par
ty" it simply amounts to one and the
le thing, and I scarcely think the
offense is to be condoned simply be
cause it was committed oalaide instead
of inside the post-office. 'Whether I
have been guilty of wilful falsifying I
eave to your readers.
Believe me I'm yours faithfully
Hair rt'Storaiive in the world Is Hall's
IlAiit Kknkwki:. It usvs n!l Ubvas of
the siilp. an. I shniih:tf the Insir jrhimls
ti iiMi!liii:l miicn. it Mopstlio fulling of
l-iv liair; I'tvvfiiis tuniist' jrniy : i-tircs
iKtlilnr, i"i.l rwtorvs youthful -olor nl
frp"li!i- ;i :i;i;t ::r:-.!i!-i; to hc:nN alrvn.ly
while wii!i v;t' TJ:-- follow ing are a fuw
illustration oi whni is tlouu bv
If 3- Mrs. ITrxsr.rr.r.T, Sit Franklin Art.,
Lr'Xtktyn X. 1".. i!':t a e vt-ri? attack of Kry-:K-ia
in liie l:-:ul, found lur linir already
grc.y f;:liiiig t!V nipidly llir.t Mie soon became
q-iii.- One Imf.lo of Hall's Hair He-
M-wrn hn-iisKt it l.--ick soft, brown and
line a wh.ii el.o v.t.j a girl.
M:t. Ki:!.ifi, an oM furtm-r, near lTr
.'., lu I sesri-Iy r.ny l.air U-ft, and what
ltt:V v xv v:; t-f it tia-.l become rii-aiiy white.
One I'l.til.- of ll.M.i.'-t l!.t!t Kn.NFWElt stopped
f r.i;t, Rti'l jrtvc liim a thick, luxuriant
liouil i'i I air, in bi 'vu ami fresh as he ever bad.
jT Mas. A. T. Wall, Greenfield, Cheshire,
f.'iq., v. r;t:- : "I hnva found tlic vri-atcst ben- '
i H i,-ii,i tin. :.-! of Hall's Il.ua liENEWEn, it
livit r -:; . I my b:iir, w-'iiih was rapily full
lit; i sii-.-J rvlurnvd it:-original color."
ty IB. r.:.!ii. Snip. Pt trait, Mich., certifies
t: -t V.Ai.u'n JIaib Kenlweu is excellent for
jn;r u rowim, m:d jfiviB havk the Dattiral color
t l":.iu d and ifmy liair."
,- XIr.s. S. F. Elliott, ntniriile, TT. Ta.,
.-: Oiwbtrtlk'of IIallV HAtn liF.SEWEB
rw!iurcd n:y hair to Sis natural, yotilbful color."
Xi iniiirioui stibMnnc-ps enter into the
foiiiiiosi'tiun of Jl.u.Vs Haiu Hkneweh,
inn! jt is not a dr. It.s vegetable ingre
dient h ronib-r it iiithc highest rtegree benc-
Mi-ltil to the sciilji si a preventive of rtis
t a.'p. lt.i rffeili arc natural ami Jastinsr.
ami it iloe-4 not make tlic hair dry ami
l.-iasliv. like the so-called restoratives coin
potiutled with alcohol.
Is. in f.Mir respeets, suiorlor to all others.
1st It will proihn-e a rich, natural
color, brown or black, ns desired.
: 2d--Tbe color so prtKhicctl is permanent,
mnnot l washed otr.nnd will not soil any
thing with which it comes in contact.
5d It i a Kitigle premiralion, and more
conreuient of itpplication than any other
hair or wlusker dye.
4th It coutains no deleterious ingre
dients, n do many preparation offered
for like use.
K. P. HALL & CO., Nashua, N. Ih
Sold by all Dealers in Medicines.
NEW THIS WEEK.
1 15. WILCOX,
Attorney At Law
O.Bce oppoiite E. O. Voung & Co's.
W. S. Hamilton.
(Successor to S. Jl.iniilton.
ROSEEURU - - - OrEGO.N.
PIIYSICIAKS rRESC'RIPTIOXSand family rceiis
acourately eouiiounded of the purest drugs, t
W. S. HAMILTON'S
li OSEB VJi G, ORB G OS.
. Session ISS6-S7.
First term begins September 13, 1SS6.
Secure FREE SCHOLARSHIPS by apply
ing to your County Sujerintcndenl.
Board And Lodging
Tcr week $3 to $5.
TUITIOTT PER YEAR .
Elementary English Department. . . , ..$30.00
Other Departments. .... ....... . . , . $40.00
Send postal for catalogue with full particu
I'KOF. JOHN STRAUI5,
Eugene City Oregon.
Health and Sleep without
CVP'OTflf Bitter or bad taste in mouth;
OlUir IUilWa tongue coated white or
covered with a brawn fur; pain in the back, tides,
or joints often mistaken fat Rheumatism ; notir
stomach ; loss of appetite ; sometimes nausea
and waterbrash, or indigestion; flatulency and
acid emulations; bowels alternately costive and
lax ; headache ; loss of memory, with a painful
sensation of having failed to do something which
ought to have been done ; debility ; low spirits ;
a thick, yellow appearance of the skin and eyes ;
a dry cough : fever j restlessness ; the urine is scanty
and high-colored, and, if allowed to stand, deposits
a sediment. -
SIMMONS LIVER REGUUTQH
Is generally used in the South to arouse the
Torpid Liver to a healthy aclion.
It acts with extraordinary efficacy on the
AM CFFECTOAL SPICIF1C FOR
Sick Headache, Jaundice,
Nausea, , Colic, '
Mental Depression, Bowel Complaints,
Etc, Ctc, Etc.
Endorsed by the use of 7 Millions of Bottles, as ;
THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE
For Children, for Adults, and for the Aged.
SAFE TO TAKE IN ANT CONDITION Of THE SYSTEM I
J.H.ZEILIN & CO.,
sot rRorxiBTOKS, PHILADELPHIA, PA,
751 Market Street
OAXDLEARX HOW TO
disease, and how wonderfully
ou arc wade. Trivatc Office, 211 Geary Street
Consultation on lost manhood and all dfceateg
men. Send for Books.
Rosebukg Grocery Stoke.
T? E EPS CON ST A XT L Y on hand a full ass.irtment
Guaranteed to be of tlic best ijualily. " "!
TOBACCO ami CHjAHvS,
1 TEA, COFFEE,
CANDIES and CAKES.
Highest CASH PRICe Paid'
, Give iuo a rail and couvim-c yonrsclvt-, '
GOODS delivered anywhei-c in the City j
Limits fres of Charge.
Seed Wheat For Sale.
of the gulden crown variety..
OLD FOR 75 CT.S. i'ER LL'SIIEL.
Inquire at the Po;t ;)iH ;e in IloscUurj, or ol
IS. F. Rniiip-
In the Circuit Court 0 the stitte of Oregon fr
John Ku-t plaintiff
John II . S1iuio aduiinUtrator of the estate f Hen
ry Wafftier deceased Amanda Waj;ncrCrrie Wagner
Henry nagncr and Liora uaner minor neirs 01
Henry tvagner ueceascu tjlias. tionn and apniaiy
huh 11 nartners under the tirtu name Chas. Kolin jt
Co.' A. L. Todd, S. IJ. Emerson, AureliusToUd and
Levi Todd defendants, i
ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY VIRTUE
ll of an execution issued out of the Circuit Court
for the county of Douglas and State of Oregon on
tho "th day of Ausmst l&SC uixin a judgement re
covered iu said Court on the 7th day of May 18W in
favor of the above named plaintiff and against the
above named defendant- for the sum of thirteen
hundred and eighty -even dollars and eighty cents
(91387.80) due planum anu costs wv. ju ana the sum
of one hundred dollars for attorney's fee and for the
sale of the following mortgaged premises towit.
Lot number 0 iu block 15 escept fifteen feet along
and off the northern end of said lot& lot number 4 iu
block 16 in the railroad addition to the town of Oak
land Doufflas county Oregon according to tho official
nlnt of said town also the following described real
protierty iu Douglas county Oregon, the 8 W J of
S W i section 15, the 8 4 of S E. J section 10, the N 1
of N E i section ?l Jf W of N W i section 23, 8 E 1
of ' E J section il, and H W J of N W J sect! on 22, all
of said tracts in township 43 OUth of Range i west
Willamette Meridian containing ii th atfgrosate 320
acres which said judgement and order oi the uoart
reads as follows, town: "It is the refore ordered ad
judged and decreed I,y the court that of the real
property herein before" described that lot
So. 6 except fifteen feet along and off the
northern end of said lot in bloek 15 and lot 4 in block
16 in the railroad addition to the town of Oakland
Orciron he scld as real pronertv is sold under execu
tion that if the proceeds of said sale be insufficient to
pay the costs and expenses 01 said sale a foreclosure
taxed at 849.-20 the sum of one hundred dollars at
torney's fee and the sum of thirteen hundred and
eighty seven dollars and eighty ctnts ($1,387. 80) due
plaintiff, then the other real property herein before
described be sold subject W 'tha rights of the said
defendants A. L. Todd, 8. P. Eu'ie'rsoji, Aurelitts
Todd and Levi J. Todd to the mineral on toid prem
ises and to ntino the same as conveyed to Jtheiu by
the said Henry Wagnsr deceased and the over plus
if an v be applied in the payment of the leiu of the
said defendants Chas. Kohn k Co. but it the sale of
the property aforesaid subject to the rights of the
said defendants A. L. Todd, S. H. Emerson, Aurelius
Todd and Levi J. Todd be stiil insufficient to pay
the claim of the planum costs and attorney s fee
than all the right title and ihten&t fit the said de
fendants A. L. Todd, S. H. Emerson, Aurlus Todd
and Levi 4. Todd in and to the said premises under
the said eonvevance from Henry Wagner deceased be
sold and the proceeds of said sale be applied in the
navment of the costs and fxpenses of saiu saie ana
amount due plaintiff and the over plus if any after
applying the proceeds as aforesaid the earns be said
in Court w awafllll rur UKreu. xn-w iuvicivic
ill pursuance of said iudgonuini and order of fore
closure and sale, I 'H on
Friday September 54th. 18)4 i
between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock
P. M. towit at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M! of said day
sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash
in hand at we conrt nouse aoor in ivownurg uoug
las ..niivtv Oreiron all tlie riirht title and interest of
the said defendant as hra;u brfore described irem
! and aimurtenances thereunto bnloning or in
any wise appertaining siui apply Uifi tirncetdt aris
ing from such sale first in the payment of the costs
and exwnses of said foreclosure taxed iH8 30. Sec
ond in the payment of the Attorney's fee 8100,00
Third in i aymen', and satisfaction of the judgement
in favor o( said planum amounting w si.ooi.oo ana
for fee, costs and disbursements. Witness my hand
and official signature ilin the l?th day of August
1386. P-f, Aobb, ,
enerm oi Uiugias county ijn$on, .
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN - THAT THE
l if.imti- Kr.ird Eoualiiaktion will attend at
fie office of" the County Clerk on Monday the SOth
diy of Anirust lSeC.and publu-ly examine the Assess
ment Rolls and correct a'l errors in Taluation,
description r qualities of lancu, lots or other
priirty. E. C SaRV, County Assessor.
August alu, ISSLi.
260 PAGES. Ununited, la Doth and Qilt Binding, Wc.
money or ctrnmes. Hflw.uwrnw.&. Thi RmiMu
tains all the curios, doubtful or ioqaiiilire vaatto Ibot.
iprpijn vn muwn uiiomatioa. aiuili
HrPlaKs are pfonwtMl br Mi lulriie ho
hO BOt. VhTI Mdirml Alrl. when wmmk.
brourht home to yoo. Woaotifl PKX PltTV RUN. tnw
-l" c. m vuug ur ohj, Tinmru or fiiiKir. f ick or wen. taotiiu
;n,TOKiwTU, WMI I I ItH. St- Louit. Wo.
Jew Stage Line.
ROSEBURG TO CA.V.AS VALLEY
Leaves Rosekirg, Mondays, WcJneg
days, Fridays, and returns Tuesdays,
Thursdays, and Saturdays. Time of
leaving both terminal poiuts 6 o'clock
A. sl and arrives at each point at 6
o'clock p M.
Rout, T. McCclloch,
MRS- E F. H0TCHKISS
AND - . '
Sf EAT TRESSMAKIXO
WILL FURXISH YOU THE BEST AND FINEST
Goods in the market. Ladies Wear. Laces.
Rucbings, Hosiery and Jewelry.
The dressmaking department is in skillful
hands, and under the immediate supervision
of Mis. Hotchkiss.
CALL AND SEE, NEAR THE DEPOT
Spanish Merino Bucks.
Can he sce:i at my residence in French Settlement.
Addrces, HENRY CONN
R seburg, Oregon.
The undersigned have now, and
will constantly keep :
a full supply of fresh stone lime
at our kilns ,
Orders from a distance prompt
ly attended to.
E. J. Montagce, or S. C. Flint,
m 1 i ith vj
a A fa " s
S a 1
-i u u
26th ANNUAL FAIR
-of ti IE-
State AgTicultural Soc'y.
To he held at their grounds near Sa
cni, Qrc-on, coimncncing-,
SEPTEMBER 13, 1886,
And closing the fallowing Saturday
Offered in cash piciulunij ....
This will, witiiout doubt, be the best exhibition of
of the kind ever held iu Qrczoti. The
BEST SPEED PROGRAMAIE.
EXHITlTof live stock
EAfiiuiT of dairy prod.
Tlic best cxliib'.t of Vfrj-ldu ever
collected together lu
the state. !
Lend your frse ice aud help to make 'Oregon's,
pride a susccsi anl a credit to the state, Entries
Diusthe made by 7 p. m. Konday, and all articles
must be iu place by-10 p. ni. Monday evening. Please
majtr; entries as early as possible, i
i ). T. GKE jiQ,
t-scaaiAkT, Sm1iu, Oreoif,
. D O O O
n n 00
HI o g
Q fi fa
3 "o 2
n, ? SV4U $? 1
GEO. M. PRIOR, I Wm. FERGUSON,
Camas Valley. ! Camas Val lev,
. 3SS"jr,tfclhi'-;' ?axeBiDLCfis galley
LUMBER OF. EVERY DESCRIPTION CONSTANTLY ON HAND
and furnished c n short Not:ce and at the LOWEST GOING PRICES.
IHJSf IC AI1D FLOORlilG A SPECIALTY.
SISM Tim WMffll. S3Hft?M,
Furnisbcd in anjr Dimensio's, '.o Order
Address, PRIOR & FEBGUSON-, Camaa YaUcy, Douglas County.
' Cr to, F, P. McDEVITT, Roseburg,
for parents to send their cliildreti,
lor yotu .g Indies
to prepa re for any college in the west. All who come will be under the special care of the Princi
pal and his assitants. Instructions unsurpassed in the state. Board and Tuition very moderate.
i For Particulars, Address. -
L. A Edwards, A B. Wilbur Or.
Oregon rVicinc "pi
nly l--'op"lar -
tier X ictures-pie X.V
Fast time! Sur coiiuccUons! New etiilincnt
225 nilles shorter; 0 hours less time; acconinioda
tloas Unsurpassed (or comfort and safety. Fares
and Freight MUCH LESS than bv any other route
between all poiuts in Willamette Valley and Sun
Francisco. Only Route to that Popular Summer re
sort, Yaquina Bay whero for moderate expense you
Beach for Driving and Walking!
K Fishing in Kiverand Brooks!
E Icci Sea Fishing!
H Hotels aud Better Accommodations!
Tlian at any other Summer Resort on the Coast of
. Oreyou. Daily passenger trains except Sundays.
Lcvr Corvallis at 3 P. M. L'v. Yaquina at 7.10 A. M.
; Qfcon & California West Bide trains connect at
Corr.-Ul'n. Oregon k Calif iruia East Side trains
connocl with stages at Albany at 12.05 P, M.
Round trip tickets at cxcuisioii rates good till
' The fine A 1 Steamship "Yaiuina City" sails
From Yaquina From San Francisco
Thursday, Sept. 2,
Tuesday, " 14.
Fridiiy, Oclnhcr, 8,
Wednesday, " 20,
I Wednesday, Sept.
I Saturday, Oct.
I Thursday, "
I Tuesday, "
Fares Rail & Cabin $14, Kail k Steerage ?.'.S.
For further liifonuatum apply to
, C. C. Hognc
A. C. F. & P. A;r t., Corvallis.
Cheap for cash or approved cre
dit a superior lot of pure bred
Merino Sheep, both bucks and
owes. The same can be seen
at our ranch near Wilbur. Cor
respondence Solicited. Address
T. Smith & SoN. Wilbur, Or.
NEW YORK LUMBFR
& Wood Yard
"EastBitle of track one block sotilli o
deiwt is where j-ou will find nuniLer
one drj lumber, Sugar pine, Cedar,
Jur, and ali Uimention lumber for
buildings, sawed and shaved cedar
shingles, Sash Doors, Blinds, Screen
Doors, Mouldings, Wall and Stair
railings, Balusters, Brackets, Newel
posts, Ceilinjr, Rustic, Flooring, and
all kinds of Finishing lumber, sawed
and split Cedar posts, 1 inch plank
saweu expressly for sidewalks.
represent the Susar Pine Door &
Lumber Co. of Grant's Pass Or. which
from personal inspection I believe to
be the finest establishment on the Pa-
cine coast, it employes seventy men.
The Proprietors and Overseers are all
Eastern men and experts in the busi
ness, the machinery is new and put
up in tlie best manner, and all under
srtiet discipline and order. Their
work is all done by number' one me
chanies acd is equal to any work of
the Kmc! done m .New Yoik or the
Last. Fruit boxes, Pickpt fences and
flj.l. Li . -r .
unties uumpicce, i aiso represent a
number one mill at Yoncolla where I
have sawed all Dirnention lumber to
order on short notice. AH guatantecd
as represented or no sale. Call and
sec stock and prices before purchasing.
Stove wood constantly on hand at
HARD TIME PRICES.
Fortv '.Acres of unimproved land,
and half in the Corporation limits of
the city of Roseburg, a good spring.- of
lving water, a very desirable location
for a home. Situate in the eastern
art of the city. For further inforiua
tiou and terms apply to this otlico or
. McGregor's old stand,
Jackson Street : Roseburg.
W: liohrcr, & Co.
HIGHEST MARKET P8I3E PAID FOR HIDES.
T IIIS MARKET is always supplied with
' the choicest quality of '
Of all kinds, including beef, pork, veal ami
mutton;. also, corn beef, sausage, lard, etc.
Tlie most favorable inducements offered to
patrons, and no effort will be spared toward
F. P. McDEVITT,
' in i 1 iiiun m iTHtMiwoaiMf
OVEXS SEPTEMBER (, 1880.
as there are no saloons nor other
aud gentlemen to prepare tlicMnselves for teaching
: THE aEIju.C33
CHAS. M. HALL
OAKIjAND - OZCEGrON
iflos : Shotguns, Amunition,
Strtplc & Paucy Oatlcry, Fishiug'Tackcl
For the "White'' Sewing Machines, Mitchell Wagons.r":
"X- jSD Q.sburii's Harvesting jSXaeliiiierv
Successor to PAGE $ DIM MICK
At M M
. run i, - - COMBS, EI C. ETC.
e expect to do a strictly Caah business, and will endeavor to make it to
the interest of all to Jeal with us. We also invite a continuation of the juit
ronageof all former patrons, and solicit new ones.
m GIVE US
Wholesale and Betail
Sugrai Pine, Yellow Pine, Tir and Oak, Well Hea
soned in Our DRY HOUSE Wben Desired.
ALSO ' "
Haiiufsirlurcraor&teli & Ioors in nil Sizes mid uantiti s.
uur l actory w now m full operation and
aud Omen Fittings, Tcrnix and aeuou
dence which is assured prompt attention.
Makes The Very Best Lumber.
ROUGH per 51 ... .
RUSTIC per 31 . .
FLOORING per 31.
SituaUd 15 miles from Roseburg o.i Xi.i
Will be given any man
who w ill protluco a sci
entist of laree experi
ence, anil widely known
nn imp. H is
to lie an honorable man,
who Will a.scrt that re
t zinc is nt one 1 m. -iifflj'l
list enduring .f TVStrtlC
of the most
withstand the actions of
J. A. Cardwell, Agent,
ANNOUNCES TO THE PUBLIC THAT HE IS NOW PREPARED
TO FURNISH -
KVJflllYTIIIjNG "IN HIS HISK
aving -aUlj fitted uj a new STEAM
prepared to furnish lumber of all
Darn lumbar and fencing fiiruisbvtl on
! Staver & Walker,
208 to 214 FRONT ST. PORTLAND, OREGON. -
" ' '"""' Hill "-- 111 T" 1 - 1 11
all kinds of Faira and Dairy
Belting, Oils and Machine supplies. Send for our handsomely illustrated Cat
alogue, mailed free of charge, and write
chasing elsewhere, anything in any line.
ery, at lowest prices,
W.l I ll Y? 1 1 hot)nnt Trial
Bum t snj nre restanrf t ki.k ti"lSf
harr.3' StLIINAL PAST LI FS:
4 KadiealOors- f or Mwrroos Debility. Orfn
-SJ"'-J ywajt? Ywn or Hid-
.Jested lor EigLt Yean in saai
tboudeawwtbm absolutely rmtor pram at d rel r .'
,,,,,, -T ... . . .... wmbw AUll UJU7DieillO
PTd'i.,lU J.,nlL?,rBnRth VlKOroa. Health.
xoi noma who ggr from the aaaar obacure dimanea
uiyam a own mea totba foil unnmait nf .-
mtoJT. ladaOawaca. mask tbatroa Mad o3
ICKA&Ki hiB, with lllSi'd JSitoteSZ
ft Vf PTUIIKO PKR80N9 can h FREE
immoral influences in the villa:o.
wo cau offer as a specialty all kinds of Stoki
work at lowest figured We solicit correspon
' . .
til o.Mi T'ink D;ob & LcmbekCo.
Grants Pass, OfegoD.
Camkkox fc Cu. Managers.
th Umpqua. Good loads in Summer.
Were awarded the
1 S 8 - S
1 prices on
SA'Sy MILL 011 South Deer creek, is
kinds on short notice at
J. J. WII1TSETT.
machinery. Vehicles, Binder Twine
us for terms, and price before pur
We vri give you the best machin
V avoid Che Unposon at preteDtiout mn
Jlw forth troabte.and all Qnacka,
" 1 ttm. Take a SORE Rxkkot that Hi J
fCVuXu tbogcasda, doe Dot bitnfera
i '. "iT f " ", o bmnaa rsaaiam mtorwl. Tb
a-aatrd aoimatme eleraeals of life an f i?a hack, the patintl
hnxM&te ciMcxfui aa4 nptdir huU rtf la aod aauxa
TBEATMEMT. afutt, 3. K.fa. tins, $7
HARRIS REMEDY CO., Mfx Chemists.
Trial of our AflianSAiit Trml
H f." UNITY fro ri AFifi 0 YAf ICE
KUl 1 V
II U ' M
Ieit onlr t the flaMi Miilbntqas!.
if y r Glass for witbstiuidUig beat.
Every pood thlggf la Counter
feited, and consumers are CAU
TIONED against IMITATIONS of
these Chimneys made of VERY
POOR GLASS. See that the exact
label la on each chimney as above.
Th9 Pearl Top is alwaya clear and
manufactured OSI.T by
GEO. A. L1ACOETI1 a CO.
FOB SALE BY DEALERS. v
A German Invigorator
Wen who are guffcringr
. yijf lNsase and w eakness bro
HEALTH ou by early iniprudcdce or
w excesses, t-niiging nervous
debility, premature decay, lost man&nod, etc., liar
insr tried iu vain cery known reined v. "(ihould i.ro-
cure immediately DK LIEU1G ii ISVIG0KATOR
- THE DOCTOR will agree to furfeit 51,000 or
case undertaken, not cured. Tlie reason why bo
many cannot pet cured of weakness and tho above
diseases is owin? to a coniilicatiin called 1'ROSTA
TOllRHEA with llyjierxsthcsia, which rciiuirci
DR. LIKlil'J'rt IN ViGORATOR Ko. 2, under our
ad. ice and special treattiicnt.is tlie t niy nvsiti ve euro
for TRUST ATOllliHEA.
V1L L1ER1G&CO ftr the vt nineteen years
have made an exclusive seci.illj of h treatment of
disease tot men. .
If piinjiles apcar on the fare, if von Itecomc list
less and despondent, lwjk utit for the complication
with 8cn1it1.1l Weakness and loss of Viti-litv knon'n
as r-rostatorrhca. Hundreds of lives han been lost
and thousatids have lost their pmtiertr and pleasure
in life from its effects, Varicocele; of wormy reins
of tlie scrotum, often the unsuspected cause .f Lost
Manhood, Dcbilitr, c-te. etc.. DR. I.IEliin'H inv.
orator, No. 2, is the only known reined vfor th
above complication, and a Perfect ml iKrma 11 n
cure will be yuaraiiteed in all cases undertaken uiie
derourspevial advice and treatment.
Most powertul electric belts free to our patietita.
To prove the wonderful power of the IN VIGOR A.
TOR, A 82 BOTTLE GIVEN FREE.
Call or address,
Mjr- aieniir ex. c.a'b Fi-in. 4 a ti 1
" " ..acu9lll J
(WfGeary Bt. San Francisco, Cai.
Al.Clli'-tt:..., I T.. 1 -T-!.. 1 ,
?Jn'' offl. Roseburg-, Or., June 30th, 1S88.
TyTOTICE IS HEREBy GIVEN THAT, 15 COM-'
iilianco w ith the provisions of the Act of Ccm
irrcss spproveu June S, 1878, entitled "An Act for
the saleof Timber Lands in the States of California
Oregon, Nevada, aud Washington Territory," Milton
T. Shcrritts, whose iost-ot8ce address is Norfolk.
Douglas County, Or., has this dav filed iu this office
his application to purchase the West half of South
tast quarter bection No. 4, in township No. 21 S
Range No. 10 W, of the Willamette meridian.
All persons holding any adverse claim thereto, nr
required to present the same at this office withiu
stxty days from the BrU publtcVan of this notice,.
tA. V. JOIIVRTOX,
ill in Vif Inlki:4i.v.
Land nfSce at Roschttrz Or. Jul 27th 1S
VTOTICE 13 II ERERY GIVEN THAT Tin."
. lowini liinicd settler has A
tention to uiakc final proof in mpjxirt of his eUIm
and tluit said proof w ill be made tUro the Ke-Tsier
or Reccner of I . S. Land Ottloc at Roscbui" Or ou
Saturday Sept. 1UU, 1S8T., vis; Ur' ou
LOUIS THEI tViP
Homestead Claim No. 3320 for the S W of S VV 1 '
Sec. 17 N W 1 of N W of Soo. 20Tp. S S. TL. i W.t
He ninifwihft fiilliiuin A l- -
ri""?? T'd,n?nr?nia,M! c"Iiv"-n f, said land,
.., , ,v,WUurjr, anu jonn Hcnrv
Ernest Rice, John Rolwrts nl .A rini il ' .ii.
eountvOr " -- -- -- "'"S1"
ClIAS. W. JousstO-X, Rejlster.
Notice For Publication.
Land Oftlce at Roscburjr, Orciron. Auir. 10th. lxs
ATOTICE IS HEREBY G1VEX THAT THE FOL
L lowmpnamcd settler has filed twtwv of his in.
teiitioo to make final proof u, support his ciaiW.
and that said proof will be made before the Renter
or Receiver of L. 8. UndOffleeat Rebure Orejr-
onSaturdaj,Spt. 18, IS80, ii; bvju.
. m. A. WEBBER,
Pre-emption D. S. No. 42i!t for m,i..i. v.. .
and S. E. 1 of N. W. i of Sec. 4 To ir.S u ?
He names the followincr ulini-u. 1.1-
continuous 1 rcsi,leiicc upon, and cultimtion of. said
land viz: N Cornutt, Seymour fctrhimr, J 'n.
Cornuttand Michael Dean, .11 of Riddle boucla"
Co. Oregon. Cuas. W. JomSsto
Notice For Publietion,
Uud Office at Rosebntv, Ox, Aug. sith, Is,
TU-OTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN THAT THE FOL
XI torinir named settlor ha fili u:. ;
tention to nuke Commutation proof in support of
his claim and that said proof w ill be made brforo
tlie Register or Receiver of tho U. 8. Land OftiL-e a
Rosebury, Or. 011 Saturday, October 2nd. ISstt.
Homestead entry No. 4759 fort ha' v 1 ,r v t
Sec. 6, Tp. 21, S. R. 4 wes W, M. 1
"J '"'Wr-S witiwsses to pr.,ve his
Notice For Publicat ion
Lar.d Office at Roseburg 0. Aua. SUth i88L
TVTOTICE IS HEUEBT GIVEN THAT THE FOL-
tJi?"!11 tUw Of his in
tention ."" m-
and that said proof U1 be ma-le before the RS
or neceiver of the U. 8. Land Oflh at RosebunT
Oreson, ou SATURDAY Oct. t, jssi viz: MOehura
Homestead entry No. 3910, for tha f v 1 . cL.
12 Tp, 3i! S. R. 7 w est W. M. ' 800
He, names the f.illowmz tllnm,. .
continuous residence ujon, and cultivation f
la... v:C. P. TottenJcharie. A2S"L3?
Anderson, and Charles Ketut.
las county Orejron
. .wum ii o, uiendale Douc
EXEClTOIt FLAL SQTICI,
TN TOL-pY COURT, STATE OF OKEGOJf, FOH
i. Douglas Countv,
deeeaM""'15' T,,WnM "'SUm,
NOTICE Ij hereby given thak the a iJen,is nI
Executor of theabo,e i,mB1 ertate, haTflled M
final account in the abore entitled Culirt in "he aei
Uemeiit of said estate ai.,1 that the said Court. kV
order duly made, has ed Monday, UaStb dav
Bqitember, , 1S6, for heirin? object ion, tt any them
bcr to said finl aeconut ad" he settlement U aakl
estate. JQH L1VD.06TO.V Ew iiU '
llatcd August 4th, 1888. twwuwr.
Circuit Court Ooola County, tteo:Ore.
John Sulliran PlainiiB" ) ' -
To Annie B. Sullivan thcabovj named defenOanU "
In th name of the SUte of Oreon, yoa are heh
required to appear and answer the 'inJ.rT
against you lu the above entitled suit on or hf.C
.he Mth day of October, 1880,"'. SiitS
Brst day of tbc next rcyulw term of said com and
if you fail so to appear and answ the iJalnUS m
the Court for the reliet demand in Mid
complaiiitUi-ait: For a decree disa-Jvi. tIe mar
rure contract exUtins between 4aiutiff and detail-
daut for the care and custodr u th,. mi..o-hilure
the of said nrrias ,d for hi coV" i d
burnemenu in this suit. a
This Summons is published hr orJer of R R r,
Dated at tugene City Aojr. 27, 14WJ.
Kbors. Or. "0, M' 'yVutit
m iiiiiib nninrnM iau . - .
....... . .vu uii, iiU cuiuvatioti of. said
Uwr. b, Gilkiwit, all of Oakland, Doliplas Va
Wgou. ; Cuau. W. JoasToS, Renter.