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ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1889.
Lf.vi P. Mokios, ...
James G. BtMNK...
president . j
.Vice President. !
. .Secretary of State '
r'" w Noble.. Secretary of the Interior.;
Johv Wana-makkr ..Post Master General
W. H. H. MittEK Attorney General, j
W. Fuller . . ... .Chief Jnrt.ee.
STATU Or UKi!.ttvr.v
1 V llm.Plt.
I U.S. Senators, j"
r H. Mitchell J
M w MrBaint Secretary of State,
E.'Bl'fMokt.R.'.v'.'..:Sui;t. Pub. Instruction.
FRASkBAM. Stste l nuter-
K. S. STRAHAN
' . . .Supreme Judges.
VVM. P. LORIV
. r air T r t?T
S." Davis, Clerk, Board School Land Com'rs. j
, V. COLVIO,
Robert Clow, Kauroau v
1. p. Faull,
J . ,...M-... i
?: A WauCOSEK.
Clerk OI tvaurowi ,
second judicial district.
1 C ttt iV. - "
l" W- H a MiLTos.... Prosecuting Attorney.
U. S. LAND OFFICE ROSEBURG,
Oh as. W. Johnston... Register.
A. C Jokes . Rece.ver
Wm. Ukli .....Obsprvcr.
. C. Fi i.ir.kTOS
C. F.. Kickkr,
Jas. Blpiw i.,V ,
K. E. Labrie, 1
O. A. Tavior...'.
Bbn. C. Acer
V. L. Arlington.
Otis Hotchson. .
. . . Assessor.
Jas. A. Sterling ....
J. S. FmHCGH
Hiram Weatherly ..
Da. S. S. Marsters...
Thos. Graham, M. V.
. . .County Judge.
. . .Surveyor.
. ,1 i.rm.cr.
M. K. C. S.
.' County lliysician.
THOS.SMn"'n'..'.". . . .Sheepnspector
J. A. Rogers Justices.
David Husth ) , ,.
11. S French Constable
CITY OF nOSEBURU.
L. F. Lane. !
John R-r, j
J. GiLDERsikEvkV Trustees.
S. F. Floeu
Harry McCi.ali.es .
. . . .Treasurer.
PHILETAKIAN LOIKIF. !
K.k a. I. '! !
mtmSi u; o'dick. in their hull at K.elmrg
Member vfthe orjer in gnud stiiiiUnir r i 'Tjil e ;
attend. BKf the N. u.
tnI0S ENCAMPMENT, No. 9, I. . O. F., n.ts
nh mrnith Vinitinw hretliren invitwl to attct.
ti. A. Tavlor.C. P.
C. A. SsuLSRr.Dt, Scribe.
..aaCJIPoa t HAPTEK. Si It, R. A. JI., hoU
5-j?5 tbeu itu'r &.iouiuui.tins ever
lliird Tueainy in each ni.,mh. All
raaeirtt nicmbers iu awd sundine will take due and
iniely notice and govern themselves ai-ctrUinsly
V miung couipaimuis are irivitcd to meet with the
hauel wlii convenient.
M. F. RAPP, H. P.
pvnr.buiv , u.tr ! r.n tt,. o j. ... :
regular nieetinya m the first and third Tlmredajs ,
iu ech nionth. Visiting members iu g.jd standing j
ui urn' u, . ,ii,imdii v . v u l,f,lil their
Me. Pi U.PRTOX, , Fuss JOI.NMa. I
. .rt!i Matiw. ' .Secretary, r
t:Al WKL LOIWF. A. r. M. WILL, 1I.1 !
keach lull moon. N. P. Bi nsulu, W. M.
Fare Jonssos.ssc. j v
A. o. U.'W. , ,i From 1 to ?3 rw r dav. i "
ROSF.BCRO LODOK No. 10, meets the eewmd and 1.1
lourth Mondavi of each month at 7.30 P. M. "i the : Frnv !
old Mawnio Hall. Memlr in go..d Itamlinc are ; SALEM - OREGON . .
Inyited to attend . .
D. 8. Wist,
C. W. Johsstos,
L F. LANE, lOHS LANE
LANE 4 LAKE, ATTORNEYS - A T
Law, Main street, opposite Cosmo
politan Hotel, Koseburg, Oregon.
F. FLOED, ATTORNEY AT-LAW, ,
Review ottice, Roseburg, Oregon. ,
JC. FULLERTON, ATTORNEY-AT-,
Law, Office in Marks' brick, tip
stairs, Roseburg, Oregon.
CA. SEHLBREDE, ATTORN EY-AT-.
Law and Notary Public. Dliice up
stairs, Marks' liiick, Roseburg, Oregon.
K. L. MILLMl., jL V j
Office un stairs in the old Sheridan
Brick, on Jackson Street, Roseburg,
Oregon. Chronic diseases a speciality.
Dp M. M Murphy,
Physician &. Surgeon;1
Office at the hte l4r. Hoover's office.
ROSEBURG, - ! - OREGON
W Calls day or night promptly attended.
EDWARD J PAGE, !
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, j
OAKLAND - - - OREGON.
Special attention to diseases of ;
JAMES H. HAWKINS B. S.. M.D.
OAKLAND - - - (UE:ON.
Spe iid attention to lisenses of the
Calls promptly attended night or day. ;
D M BROWEfl, M O
Physician & Surgeon
Culls proieptly answered flay or
Orlice, on J.ickson St. near the liank
Residence in North Roseburg near i
Col. Lane's residence.
DR.J. W.SHANGLEiHENIlY EASTON'S
. Physician fc Surgeon.
Office at Cam P.tos. residence on Jackson St. IlOSEBUllG
ROSEBURG - - - - - OREnox' I Q i-sf
Special ' attention given to diseases j jrxUUoJL7 010x61
ot tne skid.
Pimples amf Freckles removed.
J)R THOS till All AM
Has estabhshed a dispensary in connection
with his practice, where he has supplied rum
Uwithall the latest applutnces to
him to more successfully prosecute his profes-
DR. X.JT OZIAS,
Physician & Surgeon
IO a. in. to 12 m "I OFFICE:
2te4anH8t09p.n1. Opr. Slocum's Hall,
Sundays, 3 to 5 p. m.j Jackson Street.
- . ROSEBURG, OREGON,
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS-
Kletoarcl Thomas P-,,
Table supplied with the Best the Market affords
Hotel at the Depot of the Railroad.
New York Coffee House
M 1 i L
Arm i ivstpt Mnon
WJ w '
zemling Check Restaurant
in the City.
JAMES HACKNEY, PROPRIETOR
.- 132 .FIRST STREET, "' '
fSTrlvate Rooms A '.ha Litest Designs for Ijulies
OI'KN' I'AV AN'I SIGHT.
.'. V. KSOVVI.KS
C. W KN0V.1ES, Proprietor.
FlliST CLASS IN EVEKV RESPECT.
Good Restaurant Conroctcd With The Hou:e
Ktre-proMf Itrti-ti lUiijtfiit
In the Center of lite t-Uy.
COR. FRONT ASP MORRISON STS., PORTLAND
Wm. II AUG AX Prop.
MEALS -jr. CENTS.
LODCUJU1 25 CENTS.
BOARD AND0GG!3 PR WEEK $4.
FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS-
Thorou''li satisfaction is guaranteed
i . n twi.nl.... n ml tii., ri.l.liik in tra nuv.il
mix ... ... s- ..v ,
S The table is sunplif.l wit.:
ocst the Il.arKPl aiionis.
OAKLAND - - - - OUF.;0
C. H. Monroe,
l.:ite .f Ihe Monroe House.
Da. .7. C. $3intBitrook
J'ltMiCitni A" Surgeon.
A g r i ru It aval College,
Term Coiniucnocs Wednesdaj'
i Keptembrr t i, 1HHH
A hill corps of experienced IWeo and j
foi'RSK OF STL'DV. !
Arranged expressly to meet the deTiian.ls ami j
needs of the farming interests cf the stale, j
PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. !
For students over 1 5 years of age who desire I
to enter ttie College hut are not prepared to
enter College classes ly examination. ;
MILITARY TRAINING. j
To the extent required by law. i
Commodious ami well ventilated, i
In a cultivated and Christian community, and ,
Circulars, containing matter full of interest to
farmers, will he regularly issued anil copies
mailed to each patrun of the College
Reduced to lowest figures. Two or more free
scholarships from every county. Consult
your County Superintendent.
We confidently appeal to thr farmers and
Granges of Oregon to patronize the only
school established by Oregon for the pro
motion ol her agricultural interests.
For catalogue or other information, address,
II. I ARNOLD, President,
TIIK OLD RELTABLK
On Jackson street, established in 1867. !
Also a new shop near tbe depot j
established for the lne- i
fit of bis many
rr EF.rs constantly on hand
V a full assortment (,f
: canneo r'Kl.'lTs, tobacco and cioARS, !
i and int.
' HIGHEST ASH I'KK E PAID
! , ,
t.ive me a call and convince yourselves.
j rrx'VPl' 1? A CfITT
ROSEBURG, - - OREGON.
THE BOOM HAS COME
i i and "
i II. Parry, tbe Tailor,
Will make you the latest style suits.
That one suit made to order will last
as long as three "Buzzards."
If you want to keep up with the
times, call on II. Parry and order a
suit that will make you look as if you
belong to somebody.
Roseourg Flounng Mills
RA8T a CRITE8ER.
This mill is turning out
"Will furnish you everything in this line
The best flour in the market is made at
The highest market price paid for
W. S. Hamilton.
Su Mur to S. Hamilton.
RosEBURrt -------- Oregon
1ST K Cop. Oak &, Stephei.w.
Has on hand a full assortment of
Caskets, Plain Coffins
and Elegant Bur
For olh male and females.
l-f All kinds of Cabinet Work done at rea
sonable prices. Call and examine my work
liefore making your purchases.
J. M. McFARLAND,
)AiN'TI.G, PAPER HANGING, KAL
1 simining, etc., promptly done. Iave
order, at I lamtlton s.
University of Oregon
Next session begins on Monday, the
1 r.th of September, 1889.
Free scholarships-from every county
in the State. Apply to your County
Superintendent, free tuition after
January 1st, 1889.
hour courses: Classical, Scientific,
jy and a short English Course
in wiiiuit tnere is no .Latin, ureeic,
French or German. The English is
lire-emmently a Business Course. For
mtal J other inforTnaUon, ad-
t w mnnsnM
" . ..J..K,i,,
- JElJ-TTjJElOJi-JD -
Coffee House and Restaurant,
F.OARD 5.50 PER WEEK.
Regular Meals, SS Cts.
Coffee and Cakes, 10 Cts.
LUNCHES TO ORDER.
Open at all Hours.
F,. L. ROGERS, I'rop.
Wooden and Metallic fas
Jcrts at Lowest Rates.
TheToor Man's Friend.
J. T. BRYAN
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
AT LOWEST LTVINO TRICES.
All Work and, Goods Warranted
- COUNTY SURVE0YR,
i KiS . IV
We wish to announce that we nre opening a.
Produce and Provision Store
to be run in connection with our country store; and will always keep oii h:md
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Canned goo Is, Nuts, Candies, Cigars ami Tobacco, Dried Fruit, Flour, Baron,
Lard, Cheeao," Fresh Butter, Eggs and Chickens.
Buying and selling farm produce a sftHH'iafy
Give us a call, next door to City Bakery.
Chas. E. Wolverton,
J. V. Cusick,
The Farmers and Merchants insurance Co
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000 00.
PAID UP IN CASH $00,000.00.
WM. UI.RTCH. District Apent,
DOUGLAS COUNT 1', comprising an .iron of -1000 .Mj.inro railo-j, is within itsel. an Empire
Wonderful Resources, Magnificent Climate, awl Agricultural, Mineral and Timler Wealth, an
OFFERS THE GREATEST
Inducements to Home-seekers
That can be found on the Pacific Coast.
ROSE BURG, the county seat of Douglas county, is located in the midst of thin rich agri
cultural, fruit and stock raising district, and i. ariliriviug town of 1800 inhabitants.
The prosperity and advancement of the county during the present year will be fur greater
than ever before, and Home-seekers and Capitalists .should make their purchases NOW, Don't
wait, but take advantage of the present low prices. To all interested parties we would say:
HEN D K R I CS-Pv E VIE W
- REAL ESTATE O'OMPAItfY
-A.T THE "V X IuTnT OPP1CB
Transacts a General Real Estate Business and takes pleasure in
showing land to Intending Settlers.
We buy and sell on commission, Farming Land, Stock Ranges, j Improved and Unimproved
Land, City Property, Etc etc, !
Special attention given to the developing iTJMiglas County's industries, Agricultural, Me
, chanieal and Milling interests, and imparting information to Capitalists as well as those seeking
investments in Oregon lands. Eastern Manufacturers and Money lenders will find it to their ad
vantage to confer with us, also all persons requiring information as to plants, for Foundries, Saw
and Planing Mills, Canneries, Brick making, etc. etc. Correspon dence Solicited.
We have for sale, among many othei choice bargains,; the following:
FLOUR MILL FOR SALE. !i 1 A GREAT OFFFR.
Doing a fine local and custom business 4 ('f
a mile from town; between 50 and 75 acres of
land, hog pen, slaughter and smoke house
$3500. Also near the mill property, a nice
residence and barn, with Slots, nice location,
Fine property for sale, consisting of foun-
dry building and machinery, with everything
pertaining to a 6rst-class busines, together
with land on Which the property stands. The
whole property can be bought very low, or
will sell half interest in the above to some re-
sponsible party who wishes to engage in tbe
manufacture of Agricultural Implements, the
latter preferred . This we think one of the
best locations in the state.
Hendricks-Reivew Eeal Estate Company.
S. B. HEIBEICKs, Manager.
RUN THIS WAY, EVERYBODY.
WHO WANTS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE GREATEST BARGAINS IN
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELKY,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE
WOULD-BE COMPETITORS "HOLLER" IT IS IMPOSSIiSl.E FOR ANY ONI
TO SELL CHEAPER THAN TIIF.Y IX) BUT PEOPLE THAT
COMPARE GOODS AND rKICES EXCLAIM
WE CAN ONLY FIND AT
J. O. Wp.ismav,
J. K. ELDEKKiN,
Sec. and Manager.
L. I) CARLE, Ux-al Apcol.
Fiue tract ol land conliisuh $(& acres half
marsh and bottom. Dykes and levees com-
plete. - Korty acres in cultivation. Good
dwelling house, cheese house, barn and other
out buildings. All fenced, with cross lenccs.
'seated cm .Smith river 0 m.'.f: from 1 .nMinor
"ougias co-.m.y. iso jwi acres 01 who
lan'1 H '1 ,'t',',w tbe aliove tract
aml four miles front Gardiner. Offered very
low- r'" further particulars enquire of
Hendricks Review Ken! Estate (.0.
I!. Hendricks, Manager,
FOR HE BEATS Til EM ALL!
M. CARO, Manager.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY" CON
A cero that 1 have appointed D. W.
Steams of Calapooia Precinct, "Post
ofhee address, Oakland; Ralph South
of Deer Creek Precinct, Postoffice ad
dress, IRosebnrg, and A. J. Chapman
of Wilbur Precinct, Postoffice address
Wilbnr; Insitectors of Stock for said
Precincts,: and others will be added
as parties interested make their desires
known to me.
( TIIOS. S.UITII
Inspector of Stock fcr Douglas Co. Or.
Wilbur, Or., April 13th, 1887.
Executor's ' Notice.
Notkr i hereby glvea that the nndnugnd bat
Umii dul appointcJ Execuwruf tbe last wUl and
losUmenl of Willisui J. Oeblert, deceased. All
peranna having claims airsinst said estate wUI pra
eut theni, property verified, to said Executor at
ln residence In Gardiner, Douglas county, Oregon,
within auniontbs from date hereof, to-trit: Juna
6th las' I. run VAaaBLKasff,
By Luii A Laaa.his Attorneys,
360 acres cho'ce farming and fruit lands
within half a mile of shipping point on O. &
C. railroad. Good dwelling, fair barn and
orchard of' learing fruit trees, consisting of
apples, pears, plums and peaches, too acres
arable, balance fine timber and pasture, all
suitable for fruits. Easy terms.
Fine farm in Tehama county, California,
containing 360 acres of very productive land,
200 acres of which is level plow land, lalance
timlicred and table land suitable for pasture.
Located 12 miles from Corning on railroad .
Stage passes the place daily. Buildings fair
and within a quarter o( a mile of school.
C W. PARKS & CO.
CARRY THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
Freshest Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Choice Confectioneries Cigars ami Tobacco, Ever Brought to Roseburg.
LOWEST PRICES! BEST GOODS!
Country P roauce BougHt-
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
i REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Roseburg, - Oregon.
tarfiay and gell Real Estate on CommlMion. Loan
culuinl, Cruiny aivd Timber IaihU and City
Froperty , Cor rep onanc bohciumi.
D S. K. BL'ICK, Haawrar.
OOXE WITH DISPATCH. t
' LRpYALSff,1lj l
This powder neTer ariea. A imrvel of poritT
strength and wholesomene llore econoniial
tikaa the ordinary kinda.end cenhot beeuld iu com
petition with the multitude of low tret, abort
weight alum or phosphate powder. S..1J .,nlv In
cane. ROY At BAK1NO PUWKER Co., to W I
Great English Remedy
A guaranteed cars for all nervous
disease, such as wiak aiuoar, toss
. or IRA ix powaa, Hyttaria, Uead
: ache, ri.a i ths aara, starocs
.' rRonrsiTioK, waaan-Lsaas, Lsicoa
: atos4. csivissiL lusitvoi, ssai
: wejaxaas, Imputegeeaod general
D T-liii ' ,0 or power ot tbe UeneraUTe
1 orgamK-la etther
lei, caused by Indiscretion or
over exertion, and which ttltimata
lj lead to raaaarcaa olb aaa, ix
aurrrand eomjurTjoa'. Sl.oo a
box or six boaea for SS 00. bent
by mail oa receipt of price. Full
particulars In pamphlet, sent free
to every applicant.
Wa Cnarantaa Sin Rnvpa
to cur any csae. For every ti 00 niter I iKIBJ.
order received, we send six boxes, with a written
guarantee to refund the money if our specific does
not effect a cure. AddreMallcommanicatiorst.'tbe
Sole Manufacturers, tux at-aaAt aabit iNs co.
Kansas City, Mo.
if Sold in Roseburjr by W. S. Hamilton.
Twenty ninth annual exhibition
COMMENCINS MONDAY, SEP. 16,
Continuing one week under the man
agenien. of the Oregon State
Hoard of Agriculture.
Iu Cusli Premiums
Offercxl lor agriculluial, stock, dairy, and
mectianiul exhibits, (or works ol art and
ancy work, an-l for trials ol speed.
j Running and - Trotting
Races Each Day.
Important improvements made in the pre j
Reduced rates for fare-, and freights on alt
transportation lilies to and from the lair.
I?rices of -A.dmis.sion:
Men's day ticket
Women's day ticket
Men's season ticket
Women's season ticket. .
. . ..25c
Send to the secretary at Salem for a pre
mium list. J. T. APFERSON,
J. T. GREGO, Secretary.
ON lU BCAKI) CREEK.
CLARKE & BAKER, Proprietors.
We are now prepared to fumiah lumber of the
beet quality in quantities to ult the pun-liuera,
always having on band the largest stock of any mill
lu Pnuglsa County.
We will rumhh lumber at ourm'dl at. tbe following
No-1 rough lumber tS to S10 II
Ho. 1 flooring, 6 inch UtU ..... l! M
No. 1 flooring, 4 Inch 111)1 ..I8 11
No. 1 flnieliing lumber (is M
CLARKE a BAKER.
U. S. I.mJ Olfice, Rntehnrg, Or., June, 17, IBS9.
Complaint having been entered at this ffice by
Daniel B. Hall against Ueorge I'ecar lor slnndun
Ing ills liomesleod Klltrv No. :U2. dated Feb. 1.
u, upon me e. , or B E J nl SecU,m la, T 2i,8
R S West in Douglae county, Oregon, with a view to
the cancellation of said entry: the said )arties are
hereby summoned to appeai it this lBce entlie
12th day of August, ISM), at o'clock a. a. to re
spond and fwruieh testimony concern ina said al
leged alnndoiimrnt. CHAS. W. JOHNSTON,
A. C. JONES. KemMer.
; ROSEBURG, OREGON.
Mrs. A. E. Cox Prop.
Best nusc in th
CLEAN, NEAT, FIRST-CLASS.
O DR. JORDAN'S
"1 ' Al. A... '
L 1 liiustb ur XaiAiuanr.
ril ,751 MARKET 8TREET
N SAN TR.AK CISCO.
VI I WPOAHl) LEARN IOW TO AVOID
vJR.A' VJ diataae, and bow wonderful!)
yon an sada. Private otflc, in Ceary Btreei.
Consul tation oa lost nauhood and all diseases of
men. 8md for Books.
XATIOSAX. .JtSD roKEtas.
Politics are getting warm in the new
It is rumored in New York ' that
Henry Villaid has purchased the Ore
150,000 laborers of London are on a
strike and business is much injured
throughout the) kingdom.
President Harrison id considering
the calling of an extra session of Con
gress. Congressman McKinley favors
Tbe Woman's National Relief Corps
has elected Mi Ana Wittenmeyer, of
Philadelphia,, president for the ensuing
John L. Sullivan's mother died last
week at Boston. The big prize fighter
was overcome with grief and wppt like
The Victoria vchooner J utiiat.t was
siezed in Alaskan waters last week by
the Rusk The Black Diuinond has
dgain saile-1 for the Behrins sea.
All of the Cronin murderers wiil be
tried together except Frank Woodruff
who will be given a seiiarate trial
Their counsel took exceptions to this
Oliver Wendell Holmes, the cele
brated poet, passed his 80th birthday
very quietly last Thursday at Beverly
farm near Boston. Presents and let
ters of congratulation were ifceived
from all over the country.
On the Westchester track at Whits
Plains, N. Y. last Saturday the two
year old Ed Dio Rey run three quar
ters of a mile in I'll completely
smashing all records. - He is said to
be the best horse alive to-day.
A conflict occurred Sunday morning
at Gonldriboro, La. between the whites
and negroes. An excursion train
loaded with blacks rnn into town, and
a negro who had a disagreement with
a white man opened the firing.' Five
huudred shots were fired in all and
many rersons were wounded.
At the meeting of the .National
Press Association in Detroit on the
29th ult, Col. Shepherd of the New
York Mail A- Express made h'msplf
obnoxious to the Southern members by
questioning the loyalty of the ex-con-fetlerak'S.
Southern editors threat
ened to leave the association if Shep
herd was allowed to address the meet
Jack lenipsey was knocked out
Tuesihiv in San Francisco bv La
t Blanche in the 32d round. Up to
i that round Dempsey seemed to have
the advantage in tbe fight, but "the
marine" sjot in a chance blow on his
j tlmt W Um tr0IU ' ramirTip4
ti.ue Dempsey la the champion light j
weight of the world, has fought 60 odd
battles and this is the first he has lost
. Tbe National Encampment of the
G. A. R. was held at Milwaukee last
week. Corporal Tanner was severely
criticised, but his course wns finally
sustained by a vote of the encampment.
Tbe Naval battle on Lake Michigan
was a rand" success. Fully a tiuarter
of ftmillion jieople occupied the beach,
and the vast amphitheater on the hill
side of Lake Shore park was packed
with Grand Arniv men and tlieir
wives, these seats being leserved for
them. The latttle was a splendid spec
tacle, being participated in by alout
300C infantrymen and artillerymen.
There were fi.ed "000 rounds of mns-
ketry, 3000 shells, fi'iOO rockets and 20,
000 pounds of tiieworks wereexploded.
Th Boy ITfco Say Be."
Don't laugh at the boy who magni
fies his place. You may see him coin
ing from the jiostoffice with a big bun
dle of his employee's letters, which he
displays with as much pride as if they
were his own. He feels important,
and he looks it. But he is proud of
bis place. He is attending to business.
He likes to have the world know that
he is at work for a busy concern. One
of the Lawrences of Boston once said,
"I would not) give much for a boy who
does not say 'we' before he is with us
a fortnight." The boy who says "we"
i identifies, himself with the concern,
j Its interests : are his. He sticks np
j for its credit and reputation. He
j takes pleasure iu his work, and hopes
to say "we in earnest Mm loy will
reap what be sows if he keeps hU grit
and sticks to bis job. You may take
off your hat to him as one of the future
solid men of the town. Let his em
ployer do the right thing by him,
check him kindly if lie shows signs of
being too big for his place, counsel him
as to his habits and associates, and oc
casionally abow him a pleasant pros
pect of an advancement. A little
pramc does an honest boy a heap ot ;
Good luck to the boy who says
The Boitoii Herald of leoent date
states that a company has lieen char
tered in Portland, Me., under the
name ot the Harris Palatial Car com
pany, capital, 9 1,000,000 divided into
10,000 shares of a par value of ?100
each . It is authorized to build cars
under a jwtent sjranted to Louis J,
Harris and Arthur W. Cressbey, of
Boston, the first named being the in
ventor.. The invention consints of a
combination of sleejiing car and fiailor
car, the berths being, in the daytime
located in iiockets under the floor,
Ti ; i . i ,
while at night they are quickly raised
into position, the chairs taking their
place in tlio pocket under the berth,
Children Cry for
, OIIOOV WAMBtXBTQX.
Over 2000 labonr. re eng.d U,
re-buildinSeatile. " ' , '
There is talk of a, newspaper at CVn
tral Point, Jackson county.
' Tacoma had a $40,000 fire Tbnri.r
last. It produced great scare.- V
The Republican county conven.
tiona are being held tbronghont Wast,
Oscar Ganiard is to erect a fine In ick
opera boose at Ashland, so says the
Accord of that city. .
The Sontlierit Oregon distn.-t fir
will commence at Central Point. J, k
tvn county, Sept 23rd.
The Portland WtH Shore will ,.,.
ly become an illustrated weekly TLi,
shows enterprise and pluck on rt f
W are reliably informed thu :WH)
bushels of wheat er recently i,J i
Uerniaforri cent , hM.S.
Rev: F. B. Titt nor.
minister, and Ira PheTpVh,, 4 u JTV
job oflx-e at Medford, Lave put in anX'
Army press Bftj on the first Wedoest
day m.-nii,g in September will UUnch
"The Semi WeeUy JVr," t that
Place, to be six columns, four page.
It will be independent in politic, muH
J. D. Whitman will aee that the paper -has
no erroneous, agricultural itm
This connty has only been able to sup
port w eekly papers before this venture.'
Last Thursday evening a lot of peo
ple owning property in the town of old
La Grande, retired to the'reaei voir of
the city water works and den.oli.hed "
it in a very few moments,' urs the
Weston Lender. They then began
tearing out the pipe, blowing out fire- .
plugs and in short, disabled the .wiie
system. This action on the part ol the
citizens is to be commended, simyt the
water company had the cheek tdeou.4
in and steal their water right, o"
the water throngh tba city in
the new town, and absolute
them of their drinking wa
were placed under l.onds of $.V
which was promptly fnrnisheJ,
they wentlck ctntinuing the wt.
of unearthing tie pipe. Theyexide.t
ly think "possession nine poin
Home afTkrrr I.Uermrg H '
Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett
lives in Washington where her hus
band is a well-known physician. Their''
house is on K. street, near Farragnt"
square, and its furnishings are lnkti
liotis aud artist ic. The "den," as ; "
novelist styles the room in which a
jdoes her writing, is a front room 1
tue colors of the nasturtium, fromUi jf
maroon to pale yellow. A haipier
family circle than that of the Burnetts
could not be foi.nd. Another of the
literary lionsof Washington, is Colonel :
John Hay, who was Pieaident Lin
coln's private secretary, and who is "
now writing his l.fe. Colonel Hay
married the daughter of a; Cleveland
millionaire, and his residence m odi .f
the most elegant and imjsiug at t he
capital. " :
Mrs. Mary Mapea l6dge, editor f .
St Nicholas, occupies an elegantly fur
nished flat in Fihy-ninth street Her
dutiesare exacting and take fuiuh of
tier time, but she finds leisure fre-.
quently to dispense the hospitalities cf
a gracious and generous bostei, and
invitations to her receptions ara" mmh
France . Courtney Baylor, whose
success has been as .prompt and un
doubted as that of Page, live at Win
chester, Va., in a home that 'is relic
of the vanished days when the slave
holders of the south were an untitled
but powerful nobility. By the people
of her mountain home Xlisa Baylor is
looked upon as a star of tbe first mag-
Many a man has deserted Christian
ity who has not yet been deserted by
Christisnity. Christian princijdes
which he imbilied in chilbhoodL char- .
acter formed by years of Christian in.
struct ion and associations abide with
him and give a strength and beanty to
his life .vhich ought to be ascribed to
the former presence of faith, not to
the absence of it now. No splen.hr
of character developed amid the in
fluence of Christian aociety, even if the
subject of it baa always beep as ui.le
liever, can ever lie justly adduced an
proof that the like character could lr
grown and preet rvrd werg Chi wttaiiny
clean . J'riJ". E. ftefjamln Ai,.
j drew, I.. L. 1).
Said Rev. P. S. llenson to the Rich
mend Theological Seminary students:
"When I was a atndent at Richmond
College forty years agi, there weee (
some boys a; the college who would lie :
down on the green grass and look np - -
into the bright Hfavens and the fleecy
clouds and ttlk dreamily of their -sspir- X
ations. They were all the while build- --"- ,
ing air caitles. They aspired Until
they expired. Like Paul, ywo roust
press y the mark if you do any tiling
in this great world.r Riehmtnul 1,'t.
.'iV Hertl. ' "
Jm j, ope tne nolM bank roblr
1 , , .i . i ..
was rel.Ktsed from the Auburn, N. Y
j P' at 10 o'clock a. in., and left f r
Ne York t 10:45. '