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THURSDAY, SEPT. 5; 18S9.
WWBW 9 S5-SSHBHH
T8J? OREOOS PXESS ASSOCiATlOlt.
tt had a Sneer,,! Meeting at Xeu-port- i
- naapiiubim treatment Advertising j
linte maoptet-OfiirrrktUttr- j
- rortlttnit the Plaee of Arf
( ' ' sieeting. '
.VT take our report from the Ben
ton Leader's shorthand reporter's re
port and reproduce
1 lie Uiegou l-i-ess Association new
its third annual session at the city of
Newport on the Yaquina bay in this
ounty on the 23rd and 24th insts.
President T. R. N. Bell presided and
.Secretary Charles Nickell performed
the duties of his office. Other mem-
rr -v a ... i ii
oers present were: ,J. K. N. Bell,
Roseburg Review: S. F. Floed, Rose
burtj Review: I. L. Campljell, Eugene
Guard; S. S V Train, Albany Herald;
W. I. Hnmphrey, Oiegon Preacher;
V. C. ; Doughty, Dallas Oliserver; F.
W". Beach, Lakel-iew Examiner: C. Y.
U-njamin, Roseburg Plaindealer; Clias- )
Xijkel!, Jacksonville Times; E C.
jiklPijfcladependenue "Vest Side;
x-; Pendleton Eiit Oregonian; K
tUaey, Pacific Farther; F. K Harding,
Telq.hone Register, M. L. Pip, Ben -
tin Loader; Roliert Johnson, L'orvallis
'ftiiis F. Diivy, Salm Statesinuii: T. ; of the O. P. company and took in the
J, Stites, Albany Democrat: 11. Y. city. They remained there and took
Ivirkpatrick, Lebanon Express: J. B. ; the cars the next morning for home
F.Mv, Pendleton Tribune: H. I- On the cars, a meeting was held at
HeVih, Telaphoivi Register; t). 1'. ; the call of the president. Some rnat
M;so!t, Pacific Farmer. " ; ters of business were discussed. It
A Urge, nnml.fr of members of the j was decided that the annual dues be
as-socuti'in were absent, and sent let- j fixed at one dollar. A circular letter
ter. of rtwret'at .not being able to lie ! was adopted to lie 3ent to newspaper
presntii : publishers in this state relative to the
On i'Viddy imirning, tlfrougli the rates adopted by the association for
cutirtes of Mr. Pohlemus, in charge j advertising.
f ihe government works, the mnm- ; Arrived at Corvallis, the party
bers nitt out on the run to the end of walked over to the college and in
f the sjiiith jetty. The company had j spectetl it, Mr. Thomas Canthorn be
" theifto i fortune to see. the steamer mg in charge. Then after dinner at
Witlamftte Valley go to sea. A few the hotels, the association dissolved
minuici! were 'occupied in making the itself, some members taking the West
Irtnqiterthebar. As tilings seen are i Side train and others waiting for the
ban things heard, the spec- j evening freight,
npressive not only of the . This is but a skeleton of the pro
t of vast possibilities of ceedin?s of the Association. The de
The greit importance of j tails could never be given, if we had
to Oregon is more fully nppre- j ever so much sjiace and ever so much
Jianeyer by those to whom it ' time. The heartiness, the infinite jest,
iiitherto been as a tale that is told. the wit and jollity, and good humor
rest of the morning ws con-. and happiness approaching that of boy-
.iPTtri the business of the Associa- j hood, evades the skill of any pencil to
ion. The eoinniittoe u . resolutions ; portray. Ko camera can reproduce
nndt) a report on the subjectof advertis- that picture. The session was in every
ing, which result-d in the adoption of j way a successful one. The members
a minimum scale of rates. The secre- j were enthusiastic in the work of the
ury was ordered to send circulars to ' Association.
imtillsiiera of Oregon informing them The people of Newport did the white
f the.'nrrfciire of the action and un it- thing by the Association. Tickets
."ni. ftii co-operation. were issued to members which gave
i afiernoon was ti'ken up in tlis- them free transportation over ferries
ns of a business nature. The andiii cariiages during their, stay.
I. itfarnTed tbe Assoeiotioa-Jfothing was left undone to make the
i. . ivit:itii;i h is been extended j editors enjoy ttieir visit.
tijem'mM to visit the State Agricillt-J ??SW
uriljeollege at Corvallis, which was: The forthcoming annual reott of
on motion accepted. ' the commissioner of the general hind
O.Ticsr. were tlie'i elected as follows: i office will show tint there have been
Charles Nicke!!, president: E. C. Petit-! patents issued for coal lands covering
land, secret iry : S S. Train, treasurer; j 17,000 acres, piiticipally in Colorado.
! K. Cisey, ssr'.int-at-.irm; O. P. Ma- ' Swmp land patents were lfcued dur
son, T. J. Stitea, J. B. Eddy, J. R. N. ing the year to the amount of 259,731
l!ell, and Ira L. Canqibell, v ice-presi- ; acres, the largest quantities lieing
dents. ' j located in the following named states:
, Portland was selected as the place ' Arkansas, 140,870 acres: Oregon, 72,
fo holding the next session, and the I 270 acres; Minnesota, i4,l82 acres:
second Thursday ami Friday of Aug-j and Iowa, I. 15(5 acres. Lands under
uit next wa1? selncted for tins' time. educational grants to the several states
. The following,, udagfani wiis ordered ; were approved as follows: Alabama,
?jJLJ3 f.!it -Nitio!ial Press Association 35.555 acres; California, 10,529 acres;
.V which pfi.iiyen.s at D.itroit o:i ths 27th j Florida, 351 acres; Louisiana, 22,725
iust: ! acres. Including 4, 55C acrts of intcr-
- . The Or.'g.iii Presj Association, in nal improvement hinds; Minnesota, 2,-
, sssimi lit Newport, Yaqitiu bay, Or., j 1 15 acres; Montana, 45,220 acres;
HHid ; gieetiii's to the National Press Oregon, 15,S4S acres. The lands ap-
AssotTiitiiiii ais l regrets that time will j proved for Montana w-ie under the
not admit of the sending of delegates ; university !rant. '
to represent U. J- K. N. BELU ' '
ClIAHLEo Nrt'KEM, Sec. , Pres.1 i
'.i i n i 1 he public debt was increased altout
In the evening, there was a ball 1 ,
, ' , ., ; , . . : a million and a half (lining Auaust,
"iven in honor of the Ass'iiition, . . '
. -i ,. i owing to larce pension pivments, near
which was well patronized. At eleven;, ,a - 1 . r- '
,, . ., "... , , i lv 18,000,000 coming on top of the
Vlockf the editors xat down to . , '
. , , i other large ii-irmeiits in Julv.
Kpleudid banquet prepared for them j .
nt tjie Ooean House. !
.S-ittirdiiy morning tcamn were )iro-1
vt'lud mil the whole Association ac- i
eo!iianiel by their Indies, tool; u ile )
Ii 'htful rlrivo ti Seal Rocks, 'wlirej
; dinner p ri p$ red
by .Ir r.rasli l I.
I'.ih is -it pietnr -
es.ine spit, an 1 will surely le.-cjne
fiv-oiit reVort. fudge l,onl if ihe
.sopreiin iiour:, is stopiiing here The ;
e-Htors, whose-spirits had hitherto bet n '
il wl'hiu fS:lHCltiabIe b)Ui:.ls, '
i . .. ..,!-.1 idle n,l ibe most
b.-am- un : iritr.ibible, nl tne most
r., -.-.,1 lev-rend scitrilurs bee line
jMf iti'l iei.l.11'1 , si i!fiiir.i iMi .iiio
f rtn'lii: s"'i ' ' 's. . Ihwce-
iiothing suit i to b - Ju l her.
i.t ill . eiEr.lr ennbl lint r.'sist
'ie tem'ati i i an I piling) ! in tne sea
i'Jothe 1 in t'e.'ii- ioni.leions. After
the drive t i Newport, m ist of tlio
m?ni'iiii s m:eef-eil an invitittion le. Mi.
NV. M. II on;;, to out Over ihe btr in
the tn -'lies .1 i'-i"' of the O. V. ,coui
anv. Tin t'.t' we-it out nt seven
oVIvk, nvijr a s n i!h ',ir. lb" sun
. d.,.1 liiii.oi,.1 ll,iii.li
bir uf l.)..viu,' clou. I. rvolMdv
Muk, as th3 ivi...-.- was i-ouijcit.iti
rr- Woo li. It w:is most delightful sin.
lu j-h Mpire;:it ' 1 bv every on
fiij vi, n
vieiiette' wrt nox-t't.
sl . .
r. ln ihe ' rvei:n. tlir fadowina ! r
in i -t! out.
Ad ir'SS ill Weil'OUl ! . It. ImvIcV,
'of NewFt. lto,,ly byJ. 'l! fel.ly of
ihe. Pendleton Tribune.
j'resHents annual .atldro?8 It.
Children Cry for
Address, "Duty of the Press"
t p !
Wager, Pendleton East Oregoniaii
f Irtw i a male a a npWKnaner taw
by ClmrW Xickel), of ' Jacksonville ;
- . i
"Power of Printers' Ink"- Frank
Davey, of Salem Statesman.
'Monthly Collections" By
Train, Albany Herald.
'Sic. Eddy, of the Eastern Oregon
Tribune, spoke rf the great importance
! of Yaquma harbor, nd offered some
resolutions, Mrhieb recited the imfor-
tance of the harbor to the commerce i
of this state and tinred our senators
- . .
an representatives in Congress to con
tinue their efforts in securing appro-
S prialions necessary to complete tie
work already under way, and to secure
j water for vessels of deep draft. The
president invited Mr. Nash of the U.
J) company, who was present, to
j make such remarks as he wished. He
j responded happily and said that if the
i press and people had for ten years
j past been so energetically in support
j of the harbor improvement as they are
now, the work would have been long
ago completed. Ho hoped that the re
lations of the company he represented
with the press of the stile would al
ways be as pleasant as they are now.
The resolutions were enthusiastically
fcunday was spent in a go-as-you
please style. Mr. Bell preached at
eleven and the other fellows performed
their devotions variously. Thischron-
! icier voucheth not how.
Sunday afternoon, nearly the whole
; party went to Yaquina City where
; they inspected the works and property
I Of f iif ine of Skin Diseases
j wlini nil other Methods tail.
j Psoriasis 5 years, covering face, head, and en-
lire b . ly with white scabs. --Skin red,
in by? cr.d lilceiling. Hair all gone.
Spent hundreds of dollar. Tronounced
incurable. Cured by Cuticura Remedies.
wr disease! wi laws) lirsl liruXc out on my left
j ,.,.,,,. , ,IimHltll!t 4r0!is Iuy ns6 aimo,v -,,,.
I ,lmn lnu"y e.ve, i the phynieian
. .. ,.i , ,1 1 - ...j..!,, ,.i,,..,.,i,.- t.
! erey.l all oerniy tttail. and inv liir hII fell out
until I was iitirvlv Isiht lii-aikil: it then broke out
i "ll ny .inn-;inj slioulilcrs, until mi- arms were just
' '"! liwultVr luiiii; thii Burnt. The while acalM felt
imr ..it. o c "MTVU in enure noui . inv race. Iicail
- 'siiittl f oiiii my heail, dliiiulili.r. anil arm: Uic
wkin wtfttld tliit ken Mni he rvl and very itcliy, mid
Hi'utti(-rak ami fileeil if scratched. After iK,inlitijf
tn:n hunlreil rf tloUars, f ws trninucett iiH-nra-bit.
I henni nf the n TtcrtiA Kf MKDus, and after
U-ill Imm lMitlUn Cl TKTRA H rALVK'T, 1 CMl1d M'C a
ehaiiy; ,t im wfu-r I hud tit ken fttiir bttlt-s, I wji
aliiifti tii():inl niien I had taken fix iMjtilei of !
It m i (ti i:ri.Kr ami mtc U f 1 i ri i hi. and i
iic tnkt f (tiki ka I nat ei red f (he j
ilreaddi diAsc frm uhi:tt I had differed frfic
year. I tliotiht Ihc disac wouhl le:oe tt lt-rv ;
tleep :tr. lMt tftc "i rktRt Cf Mr,MK enri d tt j
tvitttitt inv star, 1 cnmiol expresw ith n pen
fthat f Miffered tvfure umiii thn Ci TKiRt Vkw I
iik. They fni-i my life, mid I feci il niv tiinvl
rssilmifinl IIh-iii. My lu.tr is resturcil a anon us
f ditfereril iter-Misi ho liaii nl 1lhJ 4 i r t fr i
HKVi;nirs, mid all h.t rotvive! nutt beneht fiotn '
their ii-e. .Mrh. KoS A KK1.1.V
tjM. kwf tl i'itv. Calhoun C ...
t rriCi'i! I REMhOIHS i
Cure even !!? of asj.Himtuc. I.um.liaihiir . tteh
i in', liNfihi z, 'ti rtMi'c, valy, id-ti-h, and pitni tv
! hair, Ir'uii .-iiii-ti-s si-rtitnu, e i-fl -.n..Mi 1.1,
I ,ll",1,'1- , ,
; s..'-.l .-.i-wl:.-r I'r te. i.irNKi..;,:si.if
'' -: i:i-'' r i ' l'-.wJ h tUv r,f
1R! H AM . lll.Mli .'l l'lr..TlHS . IUtt'i.1.
Tscinl i'T 'lii- In .'lire jskin lnep..i
(io'Cji. C iltnslr-iliiiii, anil 1'Hi tcsliin.-iiialM.
! 1 J ill wl bil.r .' Wl'MlrJ by fl tKI t or.
IT STOPS THE PAIN
! f "VL . s.i..s c..k
i fc. pr.u.Minu.tini. m .1 iitu.si-niar kuiim kf.
! Wf VmnnxosK siit I'V Ums .'irirrr.
; f al Ash I'sis f'l.A-im. th rirt mi onlv 1
i tiuniH-.ni pain-kiiiins tsu-r.
j Pitcher's Castor!?.
"TJ1E IMPORT i:d TEACHER.'
; Heme tencliors we learn took excep-1
tion to the remark made bv us at the '
jlate institute concerning "iinporietl ,
teachers. Aow as a matter ot fact
rejioe t,,at n w" . qualified i
teachers liove corae to Orej'on - from :
btate. and they have dona much ;
, towards the higii posiiiDii that Oregon ;
holds to-day on tlie education-u lin'.
That particular teacher that says 'Ore-
gon teachers" do not take kindly to ,
any Fiig-restions made by t-heni, or
"that they sneer at their ideas of meth-;
od-i in the school room," is very much
The matter which calleil tortlt our '
remark was tint made by a te, !. i !
lately to t Iih stHte, who said ;.t the:
Baudon institute ''that he wis pleased :
and surptis-d at the intelligence of the j
members of that institute," and he ac
counted for it on the theory that "they, j
like himself, had all drifted from other
states hither," or words to that f flect. ;
Now the fact was that a large percent ;
of that institute was Oregon " teachers. ;
Another thing was, that when the lat-'
est designs for constructing school j
bouses had been adopted by Oregon s
directors, and those designs were even j
"imported," and the architect an east, i
ern man with fifteen years experience !
in the school room, then these designs j
were severely criticised by some teach- !
ers, which if they had investigated '
they would have found the work e.t j
actly right. One teacher said to us, j
"tho stairway is hard to climb," eer
tainly, but did he not know that the i
stairVay was built for chiMien audi
not for adults? A child s school de.k j .
is uncomfortable for a grown person to !
sit in, so a child's stairway is iincom-
fortable for older jieople. The critics'
mistake lies in the fact th it thev do
not make the distinction between the '
step of a child and an adult. The fact j
is, the Roseburg public school house j
has the most scientifically constructed i
stairway for children in the state, and j '
perhaps this being the first one some j
folks had ever seen they therefore sup-. ;
posed it to We all w rong. The Oregon
teachers, we are glad to say, are abreast ;
of the best, and the mistake should i.
never lie made, as soma preachers do i
as well as teacliei s, that the Oregon!
people are all heathen. Come and lead j
us, but dont make fun of us, r.or drive j
THE TllllliS W.YF. VIEW.
The bird's eye view of Roseburg en
graved and published by the Elliott
Publishing company of San Frunnixco.
was delivered according to contrai t
last week. The work is satisfactory
n every respect and shows up Hose
burg and its suburbs in a manner
which is pleasing to every resident of
the city. The streets
eets - are distinct Ij
a house - within. Afie
marked and not
corH)rate limits has been left oat.
About the margin of thft iov ayJ. cuts
of the most prominent Imiidings in
tovvn. Among these we . notice the
public school building, the stores i.f 8.
Marks A- Co, Caro T.ros., C. V. Parks
k Co, Marsters &. Co.. and Parrott
I.ros. (taken trcm the architrct s plans,)
the Douglas county bank, the New
. . . . , ... , .
in, jmt iv vntK.Pi s mill, tim r.-si-
m Ul U. 1 llllrt71,( I. rl II-
T, , ', ,
Thomas Sn.lth, C. A. Sehlhrc.le
J. It. N. Bell. Then, is also- a
brief but well written .irtub? 0:1 Hose
bnrg bikJ vicinity from' whieli a jifat
npn I ot liitiii'mahnii ti,... 1 rAnn...
. ... .
by those woo are contnitiUtin a. re -
movsl to Oregon, t .i tlie whole tho
" "ut " "'" "" e
thoii-sind coiiies which will be (li.stiliii.
lil tbrniio-linu (. I'.cr . ;tl .1 . jnonrj in 1.. in reai.ny it is a marvel ot look- satur.lnv, ik-Hilicr l.'ili, isa-.i, vi.'.
ted throughout the liastw ill ,lo a irftt,mak,nti ait. It you want to mike some KEN I.ANDli
.,..v. j 1 1 view;
which cost but ?1'00 is in marked con-
trast with tho one for which Mr. Sam -
i r .1 it. .
uelsof the II sf ,SW lulkeil tlie p.-o-
pleot lloseburg -out of over. 2000.
Every copy of Mr. Samuels' daub,
patched up from photbgraphssix years
old, was a libel upon the town when
over exhibited in public, and the huu-
drods of coH(!S ordereil by our citizens,
where they were not th slroyivl, are
Still lying" utilise;!. The ro:i-rty own-
ers of the citv ma-Ie money bv mil-
pressing the work. The two pictuns
cannot be liotter cotitrastel than by
saying that the one just issued t!,e j
woik of hii honest publishing house, :
while Mr. Siimue's'n was wlmt milit
have lieen expected from a mmey
grabbing schemer whose only object
seems to be to bilk the people of the i
Northwest wherever he finds them '
confiding enough to listen tolrs jilatis'
ble mis representations
The thirteenth relative of President
Harrison installed in olll-e since; '
March 4th, is his cousin, instilled iis'l -' :;ran lt-t colltction of young fowls ever
ciistcdian cf jmblic buildings at, , av
enswor.li, Kansas, last week.
axiaCTO aiix xao .io. xvnx aaa
t?qwj no .Oti Sb j.-(io Attn uni Aft
)a t(lBaq 01 oUiVvl .lout uosi JO
jqiq 3 HO
flOHHA 39 (TIQOES fflOESSllOH N
I JqiOQ 3 HO 'M i3
I 'B89VB .
1XtOiA A-U3IIUt v g
M.mioseV' lesolntioi.s in Virginia
ji'u - ,! il,..
Hc ! party's ''sym.
pathy mid -tie. t the "hsud-h-d ex-
Confederaies . the wi.lo.vs, and;
orphans of dea ConfniWate soliiirrs ." !
lrek -it genu,; to fctatar. 'I
softly to the Wo .dy -blurt shakers I
reii it !
1 r i-iji!;oni.i t tlieip
huiidre iiovx-s in the
Combines the juice of the Blue Figs of j
California, so laxative and nutritious. ;
with the medicinal virtues of plants . i
known to be most beneficial to the I
human lystem, forming the ONLY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet j
promptly on the . v. i
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
Cleanse the System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally fallow. Every one is using it
and all are Ueht;hted with it. Ask your
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu
factured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
San Francisco, Cat.
Cocitvti ta, Kv. Ktv Yokk, I. V.
ilcallli autl Sleep -without
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; LiIlU WUlHL
: JUST PUBLISHED
Til:; '"ost intPlost-iS. intensely fas-
, cinat;,,o' !'"' popul - subscription l...i,h
; iU 'f li ' Hl'-K-L,
! . .Th moM Unions an.l successful American
, "Sea and Land," "The World's Wonder's,"
I f .
; It is a matchless WOKK OK AI!T., Over
1,200 maenificent M.iritcd enprani.-
; siml sn,f .,m,i,l 1'.. .i, i. 1
."v..'....-. ... 1111 ..I..-.I, .11 l.ll .0111
.engravers on two Continents, e,nW!i.-,h lls
I payes ami add excitement to woiibr. ln
! a',aiVon " ,,llis inconiparabW future is
...i i :r..i
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i rl.ATES. . The nine brilliant .colors used in
l I--.-....... ... i .in iii. t.i ii.i.iiiii. r - .
! i - .1 r . J :
j making them perfect ce
1 01 a c,,sl o! 5-
- i-pivminri. I..
sea th mo. ,c.
: maikabie book. Old experienced a-ents
i Kras it at
for thev realise there is l,W
lor iney realize mere is t g
- - a vria,, .... juu.
ency lor Him work is worth
Effjk? Lft k 4T Via..-
' ti , , ! " 1 s ' J
I " " aunuov.'.eucn' uy. all pnolisners anu
agents to be the handsoWest, fa-test selling
a. iu i .ntapest or)K ever piibiisncn. .enlt im- '
mediately for illustrated circulars and terms ,'
free, or iiie opportunity will be lost. Tn save
time and lo secure it instantly, send $1.00 for
a complete canvassing outlit and name choice
of territory. EXTRA LIBERAL TERMS
and l.CLLSIE TERRITORY i-uaran- !
; TePil YorI.-in'r n.r..r.li rn r.,.:.,.. '
, you ran do tbesr.iiie. " '.
Xeiti-f ...;; ) vupilal in
: fo ';" hi eniK.-finxr, j
!'" ""' f","' ''' 'f t,ri!l f
j ,, ,; in W.-A to .etcrf an.l '
; rnll.-.t he fore ."in
THE HISTORY CO
San Franoiscc, Cal.
.- VOK THE i j
produced on the 'Pacific Coast.
Silver laced Wyandottcs, Plymouth liocl-s,
; Light V'rahmas, VVhite Wyandottea, Kosc and
i Singlc-rondi lirwn I.eghoins, White Leg
i horns, r.;rm'.lc Cochins, lllack Minorcas
' and l.aiirt-.liatiis.
( Iui:i;i.i;i al San l-'r.mciscu, Cal., 'icto
n'a. 11. C , and a!! tlie leading txhibitions in
: Oic.in and Washington,
i 1 wi ! K i.-'.i s a lirecdcr nf fancy fowls.
Scn'l .suinii tor catalogue ivintj full infi rim-
; " -: A'''bcss, j, fij, GARRISON,
I. i i. J.i 55, 1'orest drove,
; - - " ' il
D- T- PRITCHARD
yiliop OX JACKSON' STRKKT, pi'l'O
0 si;p ShcridjTi lirns. hardware store.
UOst-'.f.fKt; ----- ORKC.ON.
Doiiolas County Bank
FLINT, & TAYLOR,
TRANSACT A GENERAL
c : 1 . T fl Ti n
I l'(.r!l.iti!l, San Francisco, Kw York and
; i.th'-r points. Hills of cxjliange on the :
i prin-ipal cities of Kurojie. Deposits re
, ccive l subject to check. Collections made ;
on all accessible points at reasonable rates ,
A r m : VvJ l - w v.
m H flo
O 11 B
Bl fl 11 EO
; District Fair.
First Atiiri.i! I'shiUlir.ii ol tin
fcOUTHEIiN U REG ON
Siuti! lic,ii'l (.f Agriruluii't iii be he'd at
JACKSON COUNT V,
: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. '89-
Ana ontiniiim; l ive Il.ijs.
j Ail -:iVm-J i-, every t!ef .irtinenl. a-rcgutini;
j B4.S00 in Cash.
i "Hn'iv is the lSiM Mild Kjce Track in Ihe
i St .ie t.n the ground-, and iliete will he tun
j run- .iiid ifotiinff iaces each day.
i PRICES CF ADMISSION:
' Men s day ticket .50 J Men's sea am ikt$S.oo
Wemen's " ik't.
5"-nd t the Suctctaiv at lacl.jin iiie for
ric:niiim ( i. V.'. RIDDLK.
KOliEkT A. M ! i.J.l' K, S-c.
The ;dnvi' liuuk, it m.iliy v'.ld tur $3.50 a
rjij will he iiv-'ii li. r in unyuiie pturlwiin';
$20 ol OiiU at Mnrir A 1 "vans ' during the
net Go days ;(nd v cah therrtor. A
: hit' cliance.
MOOKICv l.V SN - RfKHl'l;.
(i i n ( 1.1 i: i: i m. t;rr.s ni morn -I'll
, l'.niK-s iiajini; tor Till Urvir.w i-.i .ulvaiicu
a our rdurod wb talis he liunUhed
. aiiynflhv ti'U.juinij i.ramd pi'Mii-ations in
: cnni'cii:.:i wi:h tliis iiit-! at tlio piicos jiven
below. It will .e tmlK-t.l that there is a re
, auction i.f at lea i 15 irr cent on iuh!isliers'
.i customary rate. in t-t.-iy instance, nnd in
; some nanre:
! Toledo Weekly lilade
I Harper's Weekly
j Iletroit Free l'rcss
1 New York Star
New York World
i San I'rancisco Kxaniinei
j I'oriland ")regonian
1 Philadelphia Times
Krank Leslie's illastrateil paper
" " Gennan
i l'ojmlar Monthly
, We. I Sii.irv, Torthndl lr
(.Aiitnry, Sciibner's ,
r Heniorevt's Maa7ir.e . . . . . , ..
. . 5 00
.. 6 00
. . 4 CO
.. 4 00
. . 5 00
. . 4 00
Godcy s l.ady Hook
American Ariculttrist .
Harrier's Young People
. . J OO
. . 3 OO
! Chicaco News.
- ,- . ,
j U" Kcpubl.can .
M '.looo Democrat
7"?' 1 '';,' ;,'
, mer nuuiications wn lie lurms neil at n re
i ,iuce', lir!C-' whenor'.ercu with 1 iif. Kfmf.w.
M.yt.w l-Kisnv: not; sr..
Xotit-t jr ru?:!h'!tii
l.aiNi Oiiu-c .it l(-.:i-hnn; r.. Ana. 7. lv!t.
"'"' ' ',lk" "' Pf'i i..rrl her el-
, , at w,u '" "." "r M,,- "el"r- U-.'i-t' r
i and )i,.t,,iV(.r f c.s.taml rffi, ('. I nrv or ....
pre-emrtk-Mli.S.X..l.v tr ti.e XW
1 t..:ti,m nTi. s il uWnm. hum Vh.- p.ii.
' i'ltf witucsi t tt i'nf Iter fiD'-;tni.tt.-i r.i
, ! ami .u'.toati.... ..f, a,.i i.!. ! v, n
: " ""'""' .'i..;eM.,
j 11,, ' ' ' li' '
i ii :s. . 4-ir-
i s .jrvry.ZTnrr- T- 2rr r-j-n -rrr tt-, ; !
I? IT I . I DA I I 8?I 11 I I I O :M
WILLIS K RAM Lll, Y.
K'teps (ouMfaiitly on1 h-.md fhoi.-o EtoKei' flour, P.raii ihhI l:!,rj fee. I ht the
lii"itesl r;isli prire EaiV for ;tJl hiittJs f uram.
invito the jmlilii! ;UnnaY shk.1 gunranted satisfaction.
', W. KRAMElt,
iOSKB u Ji ic
i arrics a I.af;e and
Saddles, Harness, Whips, Etc.
i In ' n t every thing t.iat in he found in a First -class Harness Shop
as hi prices an- a- low as the !oet. I'atronie hmni industry.
This Space is
- DEALEKii IX-
Beifils Building, Roseburg, Or.
X rtrrs.iK.i. aiimini.tratiir ,1 the ute at Or i
himl.. liiitil..iiiMiv,i, 1,1 piirsuaiice ot an ordr!l
(if Hit- l'..iinfv fnurl .vi II......I.. 1 ... u.-. 1
OlV'-.m. til ll.e tmii.ULti.ill ni r,r.,Ut huunu nuiliti'
Uayot July, 14.49, will. .,n the :Ust day o( AuirurtJ;
UHU tflllfrtiUlll lllf ruL-uriln ill m.l C.mrt iu
cash in hand, the followinj deaenbed real property il
situate in Douglas County, State ot Oregon, to-wit; '!
Vi . .T ? wminaii quarter and th,
eaat haft of the north east ouartcr of Sratl.m u . :
1'owiuliip 2, South ot Kanue 0 We, n Dauglaaii
t'ounty, Orego.i, cnnuiniDg 100 acres. - . J,:
iiau Hill i'Jtn iuf OI J111V. inS'J.
II. M. CALI.WEI.I.,
Administrator nl Estate ol Orlando Itiilwull.
SHERIFF SALE. J
In the Circuit conrt of the State of Ji ei;on !
I- I I, - .L r s, .... ?
111 anu lot me county 01 oiiuam.
j. A. Gnlliford, plainttft',
J. I.. Va:son. K. j. Watson, W. K. Thi.rn
ton and Marshal Hill, ilefend.-tnis.
Slate ol itecon )
C ountv of Houplas j ss
VOTlfE IS HLKEHV t;lYKN THAT
i under and by virtue of an execution and
order of sale of attached property duly issued
out of the Circuit court of the Stale of Oregon
in and for tne county of Gilliam in the shove
entitled action on the 15th day of nly, iSSq,
and directed and delivered lo me on the 20th
day ol July, 1880 urona iudement and decree
of sale oi the herein described attached leal
and personal properly which judgment and
decree was made and entered ol record in the
said Circuit comt for Gilliam countv. Orecon.
on thfc 27th day of February, 1SS0, in favor
of the above named plaintilt, J. A. Gullitofd
and against the above named defendants, J.
L. Watson, K. J. Watsen, V.. K. Thornton
and Marshal Hill and aipinst the heremaiter
mentioned attached real and personal prop
erly commanding me lo levy upon and sell
said attached property in thi" manner provided
by law and the proceeds of such sale tie ap
plied in iho payment ot the cost ol said action
taxed at $SS.J2 and accruing cost and ally,
fee ot $202 and the balance lie applied in pay
ment of the judgment due plaintiff amounting
to $2072. oS with interest thereon at the rate i
of 10 per cent per annum from the 27th day
ol February, tSSoandC. V. Watson being duly '
summoned as garnishcr on Ihe icjth day of
December, i.SSj, in the above entitled action
and the said gamUltcr maoe answer that he !
had in his pos-.cssion and under his control by t
virtue of an unexpired lease the following
descriocd personal proerty lieloninc to the j
above name.! deleixlani J. L. Watson 10-vvit: j
An undivijied interest in So Vad of cattle
being 20 cows, 10 two years old and 10 year !
lings owned by said defendant. Now there-
foie in pursuanco of said execution and order '
ol sale I will on Saturday the 7th day of Sep
lemlier, SS9, sell at public auction according
to the certificate of said t-arnisher between i
the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 p. M. to wit:
At the hour ol I o clock r. M. of said day in.)
front of the court house d.mr in Hoscburf;, i
Douglas county, Oregon, to ihe highest bidder .1
lor cash in hand the'nbove dtscriUd personal :!
iiroi-.sity as ihe riroter;v o the above named i
defi ndmit t. I Wmjui' nn.l nlsn .m the tn.
day of August, iS!-q, I duly levied upon and
will on SaturJiy the said 71 1 day of Septem-
ber, liSo, at the hour ot 1 o'clock v. M. r.f
said day sell at public auction in front of the
court house dixit in Roseburg, Doiis.dascour.lv. !
vntoii, in uic ii.uesi oKioci 101 casu in nami
all the right, title and interest the said de-
ien lanl J. L. Watson had on the iSth day of
Decembe r, iSSS, 01 at any time thereafter ir
in to the billowing described attached leal
properly tn-wit: Donation claim of Asa
W illiam-and wife notification No. 14, de
sciiiici as F 'j of K '4 of section 33, the
X V ac.d t!,e S W .-: of ihc N F' 14 of
sectiun 34 in Tp 26 S of U .? West containing
3 jo a. i.-s .N ', i.f S I ! ' and the N K ; ot
the N i: !4 of scciioii I Tp 20 S of R 3 West
V. ol the S L '4 ol section 32 the N V
of the S V ,'4 nud Ihe S W of the N V '
of section 33 in Tp z( S of R 3 West. Dona
tion claim of James Watson and wife notiiica
tion 407, N lu U and F '4 of N W i of sec.
tion 32 and E 'z of the S W '4 ol seel inn '-';
in Tp 26 S ol J! 3 West S ' ;' of .S L ol
section i.S Tii a6 of R 3 ',!. all .-itiiatcd
in Doug',' - i . . v, Clregou.
Date'. I A.:.;. o:h, 1SS0.
Ii. c:. AGEF, Shenti,
l!yS. C. Mu.I.kr, Deputy.
t'. S. t.jijul Olii.-e, Itesehuri:, Or., August 21, Ismi.
Ciiiiipliiint 'having liesMi eulcreil at this tiffiue bv
.1. II. T.slu a;i:nyt clin. SiHtrkli l..r nlunilonini;
Ins Honi-,i( :i. Knln No. 4u;, ilatral June I, ISssi,
uwin tin- S W i, .Sci ti-in 21 s. Iian-i V in ll..iil.c
-l".,i "iwiu un a ie- m tlu -.ill.-el U.te.u !
md entry: tlioiaid parties are hi-rthv wiminontd
11 aiicarat tlua ortice un the lith ilavof i(i-io!ier.
, ai i" Tinea . m ., rcil ml furnish t.
oiiiinii l onceniuiit kiiii alienist ntwn.ji.muvi.t.
CI'AS. W. JOHNSTON, Umisti r
. . Josfc., Hreta
NOTH'E IS FfFREnV OIVF Tir j t knin
""on mil iib nvutvca at tho otlli-i- i.f tlie C"Unt
'"'' until Sntuniax. Aumt 31, !, at V
''clni'k, ji., fur turnisliiii" all materials nm-ejsarv
anil ineMtie fret' ferri. s at- hil is kii.mn as
Smith' and liiminiV ( -ri.j- .ocr tin- CmiHtua
i.. ,-. i, a,v...-.ic.' the 1-in.v in i
ri-i.-.huii ti rut, r int.. a-r.. -i,...,: i:ii li-.ml l,,r all
an.i an. tii.- l.-i;:iiiiil ii-rli;rni.ilut-s
r-piir,-.!. ..-it;, rf-orv.-s the riirlit
? t-iery tx-ni all i.i N
-f. S- i ITZMI till,
ifiF arr&M nai
uc unram rHi
; Open nt :.!! times, at. i lie 1 esiil n-e
iif .1. J J-'ini'i:ir m the ' mis. cf the
Jin.ij.t;i liver i:i :i l.e.uilit' ill Kii:i(h'.
J." J. Farqitar, Prop.
; , OI M X J ox,
'nm!'.cie Stm-Ic el'
i live liiiii a oil ,
Beef, Pork, &c.
f u iJ rj.ii: in i sjun.
(Foruierly .'iianipa'i)c'n Kueburj,
A T.S . 25 CJ"L"ff3.
: sstrtcuy an
J he manapemc-nt ptiar.m'.ft-s i!ie ,ess sat
II U II H U n fi a ii S n 11 H 11 il
ill l I il t l S '
an IMMENSE STOCK of
ol;t-s Fin-nit ui-i' .' all Yiirii'i
j Mew CS-oods fu,i
If 3011 will call. eXf.miiift ruirt li'itni prices y n will bu
n-iirooiii sefsjfi.im .l'O to 70, .,n-l
t 'hairs front $otO .15 ier set.
ih'dstcads from S to S, and all other ,... n proportion,
A full lino of Window Shuilos Cornice 'lU-s, Phtir-- Frames an-!
nio, ric. also eiit for ,-.iiii:r Sewing Muchiii.
All jro,.!s stih tiy f;rs; ,..,SSi W(.p t; rii&,-tJ. ami ;.t Poril n i pi-los.
FJ1IST TKRM )EC:.
't"'" C'Tlificatcs i.o.l for ;.ix v. a,-:
lli,l,iciics ( B. S. i . j 'i.tpicl to r.din
. .- -,
ar.d ('Xrx ilnl s l'M!HHlab!. A ffsr,,i t.t.,
.-i 1 1-
! Send for info, .nation I t
' fi 1
Announces that he is .reooiv-
? mg the latest
UU JLWOC M V1J. UVJL W ill
sei i Titieni ac
' w w W
Gail at Once.
.The "f 'ENTKN'XI AL" I nntuti- ;.
i tlie market.
"LANSJNl," Steel Skf in Widens.
.Crank iind Ilulf fsirin WaqoiiM
Four Sinitis liiieks. .
j ' ;
' - ;l biggies and Carts at EXTUKM FLY l.v.v ,,i-eCs.
i Oli.Men Ihiri. Wire-lfoi-so S3hk llhioksiniih fod-Nnils-H'..rrior
Stoves and Unnges iMoi-s nr.d V"itvknvs -White Swin .Machines- W'in
; ebeM.-r Ltillesaiid Shot CiiPs--Kisliin! Taikhs and Hnr.lwr.ro .m.l Tinware c.f
This Space is
ADVERTISEMENT OF -
Sucs'ors to J.
-iac i .n tr. a wlio.in.iv favor ltiis ln.t:se i:n
ifs :Mid crudos has itisl been!
vuii's l;uiliijir. i
v est: 4.1. 'A A f "
1 :',' : :
SEPTEMiJEU U' issii.
i'ii V.i-: 1 ..;;,vo i.f l.,i -!,. 1 jt of J-H-;;-,;tilie
s A hi-aljiy liv.-i!ion. Hoard and
for te:ief..er-, to ii'er.ise , (heir work.
li.WVI.KY, ,, 1':. ll. j;,.
i it!.w, ib.fi j.As Cd,, i:.
stook of Staple
4'U iiaa Baa,
warrant ei.l to lie the best mill in
Reserved For ihe
1 T-'cr busine pursuit at the fTtlsnd BiKiness
I Cuik-ec I'otWawl. !:. or at Capita) Bus
iness Collect. Salem, iieoti. lolli wliuoUt are
uudtr the niaTiauemcnioi A. I Arnisiroiiic. have
sninc cours? if UKiit slid SKiiie rales of tuition.
iSeawa iifi, Siiorl tiand,
Typewriting, Prnmonship aoJ Knglish Depart
rieiits. Ii.:v nu:l eveinnj; ss..-u:is. Mudcntsad
ruit ted ;.i H'iv linic. ;-";r ;Oi;it t ataiogue, address
tlt!:sl lis ii !:!:. A1 Ijtut BosiiiAa Mlcfr,
luriiuiiil. Oregon. i tiftlem, Oregon.
THIS SPACE IS
RKSFKVf.D I OR
i A. C. MARKS' I.I VERY STABLE ADV
I'MFNTs, SE1 EM, OREGON.
Now Is The Time
-FOR THE -
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to the Best .Interests
of the Great Ump
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Douglas County is
Tue Review ts
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Dr- C. MINNIS,
rtfMiriaii and Surgeon
Mice nt Or. I foorer's o'd office,
.Notice For Publication.
L.n-l OtlK-cmt Ruwburg, Orc?on, JolyU, 1S89.
VfrTl.-K IS HKHEBY tilVfcS THAU THE FOI.
lowing nanii-d settler hi tiled notk-. ol hi. -totition
tnmake Bra) preiif io nqtnort M hi. claim
iiml that mi.l proof iP he made before th. Htm'
i cr or Kereirer l V. S. Laud Office t Roacbiuv
or. en Wc-lneJxy, st,t. is, i(iy, vixr Joho F.
Ttmmisim , humeiteitd cntn Xo. SB2.V ler the E 1 ot
, !V J !;. is, Tpl! It s t W M. He tume
. Jh, . ,).0iTln,- Unef.cs t.i pisive his rsmlinoou. ren
; iiievce ujhih and cultivation irf, ntid kuid, viz T
' ('. Attcrbury nt Oak Creelt, IhilliU) (. Or., j'.
" Hiriie vi Pel, J, Hughes i Oak Creek,
4. F. Wrisht, o Ok Creek, all o tiiouglu county. Or
Any pcrsim ho dnirai in protest axainM th. al
- l-wancef sucii nn.of, or wh know, of ! ab
. KUntial resuon, nnder tlie lav and the rerulaUoiwot
the lnterir Ihartuirnt. mbf auch prooj .hoald nS
liealloweil, be piven an o.ponui.ity at toe aboe
meiiviom-d time aud place to rruaa-examin th wtt
.' nee of n'd cUmrtiit. and io offer evid.iie lnr
hatlal of that iiihTOlUcd by claimant. I
I.1IAS. W. JOHKjiTOS,
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