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ROSEBURG, OREGON" THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. .1889.
GE5 ERAL DIRECTOBY.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS-
Uenjami Habbiso president.
bavi P. MoaTCS. ice President.
JoiES O. BlaINK Secretary of State
William Wisdom. Secretary f Treasury.
JoHS W. Noble. .Secretory of the Iutenor. j
KtFiEi.D Proctor f vv. I Rleliartl ThomtiH, Prop.
BaSJ amis F. Tract ... Secretary of Navy, j
.I'oat Master uenerai.
THE BOOM HAS COME
i ' ; AND U-
II, Parry, the Tailor,
W. H. H. MILLER attorney ucntnu.
JCBEUIAH Kcsk, Secretary of Agricultnre.
MblvillC W. Foller Chief Justice,
STATE OF OREGON.
J. JJ Dolph I fj. S. Senators.
J. H. Mitchell
BlsoF.K Hermans .Congressman.
SYLVESTER PensoVEK Governor.
Geo. V. McBriue Secretary of State.
r. W Webb State Treasurer.
E. B- McELROV....Sut.t. Pub. Instruction, j
Frank Baker State Printer.
R. S. STRAUA.V ...)
Wn, P. Lord. Supreme Ja.lges. ;
'V W Thayer j
N.Davis, Clerk, Board School Land Com'rs. j
Wiil make you" the .latest style suits,
j That one suit made to order will last
as long as three "Buztards."
If you want to keep up with the
times, call on H. Parry and order a
Table supplied with the Best the Market affords 1 suit that will make you look as if you
Hotel at the Depot of the Railroad.
' - " 1 .
New York j CffeeHuse
nESTA CTRABIT .
belong to somebody.
' Clow, J-a-LL,
Railroad Commissioners. ! 3T
G. W. Coi.
t P. Fal-
G. A. Waggoner Clerk of Railroad Com.
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
R. S. Bka. ........ .i Judge.
J. W H ami noy .... Pro wtiu2 Attorney.
U. S. LAND OFFICE ROSEBURG,
Cuas. W. Johnston. . . . - i 1 . Register.
And Oyster baoon,
iA. C. Joxrs .
Lead I lit Cheek Restaurant
in the City.
JAMES HACKNEY. PROPRIETOR
132 FIRST STREET,
! PORTLAND ORECON
j tS'Vrx: ate Ruuiih A 'hi Latest Dfsitriu f r Uiilies
Roseourg Flounng Mills
, BAST & CRITE8ER.
This mill is turning out
COX ! BROS.
OPKN DAY ASP NIGHT.
"Wm P-KLI :. Observei.
J. C. Ki-l.LtKTON ;... Senator.
C. E. ktCKK.lt, ) ,,
I ST. C1IABLES IIQTEL
V L VRRlXiiloN ..Treasurer.
Oris llva hson... .School Superintendent;, EUROPEAN PLAH-
Jas. A. STEsii? c ;,-:.',vt!t!w I C. W KNOWLES, Proprietor.
J. S. FmiiiroH
Hiram Weatherly .
Dr. S. S M arster. . . .
Tuos. CShak-wi, M. !
Thos. Smith .
l-Kt . INCT officers:;
J. A. EncRRs f Justices.
-win llL-NTf.K ,,
II. S. FKKXi-it ..Constable
fii'Y OF ROSEBURG.
L. F. Lane..
. . . .County Judge, j
" V Commissioners.
'. j. .Surveyer. ! gCC!j Fitatati.aiil Connected With The I'cuse
... . .L oroi.tr.
M. R. C. S.
. .Sheep Inspector
ni.sT class i every itEPprcT.
10 Krx.iii. '
In the C-iiti r ..f ll tiiy.
Will furnish you everything in this line
The best flour in the market is made at
The highest market price paid for
We i8h to announce thnt we are opening a .
Produce and Provision Store
to be run in connection with our country store; and will alwnys keep on band
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Canned goods, Nuts, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, Dried Fruit, Hour, l'...eon,
Lard, Cheese, Fresh Butter, Eggs -and Chickens.
Buying and selling farm pa'o.liic a sfciaty
Give us a call, next door to City Bakery.
Chas. E. Wolvbrtom,
J. W. Osick, s-Treasurer.
J. O. Wrismak, I I
J. K. Elderkin,
-Sec. and Afannyer.
The Farmers and Merchants Insurance Co
CAPITAL STOCK $5008000 00,
PAID UP IN CASH $G0,000.0().
WM. Uf.KICH, District Aent.
MED FORD, OREGON.
I.. D CAULK, Local Ag.-m.
M. CAliO, Manager.
DVTXXS OF XBE J-RB8S.
judgment to be coerced b? the party
An Addrttt Delivered at the Meeting of the j lash. The editor's true losition is
j between the people and his party, '
where he should ever bravely LoU
Oregon frets Association, by J. P
Wager, mud Published fry Bequest.
1 W . 1... . . ... t
iJiirv' A lirr e worii imt uiiii a i ., .-, . ....
. . . - Rion TJie naming iigut ot Xruth.
meanin'f ltniceu witn every act ana
thought of life, by threads which reach
out into both eternities! Duty! an old.
rpO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON---
cern that I have appointed D. W.
Steams of ; Calapooia Precinct, Post
ollice addi-ess, Oakland; Ralph Smith
of Deer Creek Precinct, Postoffice ad
dress, Roseburg, and A. J. Chapman
of Wilbur Precinct, Postoffice address
Wilbnr; Inspectors of Stock for said
Precincts, and others will be added
as parties interested make their desires t this powder new ri. a mirvei t purity
nowniome. w. .- Una me ordluw? kimh.mn.l ciniwt h.i.t in.
THAW (SMITH - I Ptitll with the multituju ft k.w tret, ehurt
I ereiirht alum or bhoeplure iuvilere. Suia only in
Inspector of Stock fcr Dou-rlaado. Or. : .Roval 6akis.j Puwi.kk ... toe w.i
.i . I "
W Utilir, Ur., April I3th, ISSi.
Notirais hereby iven that ihe uodenlffoed hat
be'ii duly appotntd Esecutor of the laat will and
tcntamnit ut William J. Oehlert, deoeaaed. All
per.iue having claims against amid eauta will pre
eeiit them, priperlv rerlfied, to said Executor at
his residence in Gardiner, DougUa county, Oregon,
within six months from date hereof, to-wit: June
0th i r'EAsa Vaaaauua!!,
I Executor aforesaid.
By Laxe ft Lain, his Attorney.
2. It is the duty of the prei to be
clean. Anything savoring of vulgarity
or obscenitv shouhl ioi-
; fashioned word, that came with its ' t0 8tain the of mesnrer
; much meaning into our lives with our wesenJ out weekly or daily to the
j first garments," and vanish only with j horaes of cur Mighhon ln
I our mortal breath. j : notonv of puf accustomed Wft
i Duty is a word cf broad import, and ; nmy proni to forget tU mgettUnm
applies to'all rational beings. Holier ; ii, wilh which the eW9pai i,
fand broader must this imrort betoigeaej hy at least a portion of its
j those who assume or are entrusted j iy those Hvin-f rV,t-
i with Dublic or onoal-nnLlin trust than ... . . . .. .
r , , , -----, lrom CIHeSj ana t0 wtjom ii u Imrwt
to the individual as auch. The duties' tk .t- .1
"' u.vwun ))VUI WiW wtuc,
of a public officer, or a public teacher,
are necessarily wore and greater on
account of the assumption or accept
1 ance of such a character and posnion.
Great English. Remedy
W. S. Hamilton. I PROSPERITY
Su.-.ts.r 10 8. Hmilton.
Roskhurg ------- Orzi;on
COR. FKON'T AND MORltlSON STS., l'OKTI.AXP
S. F. Floko
. Harrv McClai.len .
. . Marshal.
LODGE lilltECTVin .
OAKLAND hotel njndertakeB!
Wm . II A 11 GAXProp. j IV K Cor. Oalc & ssteplieuis.
MEALS 2." CENTS.
'LODGING 2r CENTS.
board and LOOSING PR week $4. Caskets, Plain Coffins
first-class ACCOMMODATIONS, j ancl Elegant Bur-
Thorous;h satisfaction is guaranteed i ol Slllfe
1 las on hand a full assortment of
''''' ' Sfcil
A tiannUed care for all nerrma
diaeaeee, tuch aa weak hemoet, msa
or BaAia rovaa, HyrterU, Head
ache, rin la the mi, vEaroca
r-itosTasnox, wiSErrnns, lei'coe
f.otA, e.jvEaa4L LAasn-cfr. )ui
VEAaxaaa, Impotencyand reneral
WbraTakia,. IfiZ Cv.
sex. eausea oj inmecretton or
over exertion, and which ultimate
ly lead to raaaifcai ou aoa, in
saviTTand ooxauamo!). $1. 00 a
box or six boxes for 5 00. Sent
by mail on receipt of price. Full
particulars in pamphlet, sent free
to erery applicant.
We Guarantee Six Boxes
to cure any case. For every $5 00 Mtef TskUft
order received, we send six boxes, with a written
guarantee to refund the money If our apeciac does
busv world around them. I can-only
appreciate this fully bdw by recalling
the intense eagerness ; with w hicli tlw
youth and children in my own . old
An etlitor is in some degree at Wst ; eoUntry home ofn tkweek! j
a publre-instructor. He does notas-lo nl,,y . it thrr'
as formerly, yet tie quality of at ad-j der lf t!ie weckly edition of my liu'e
vibci ut me people cannot ue wtioiiy
eliminate), nor its wspr.paibility
news-messenger is ao watehed for ami
welcomed, and think that if it is, evu
in here and there a family, I ouht lu
feel repaid for all its labor and cost;
and then I re-resolve thnt nothing
shall go forth into these homes artd
among these boys and girls that totilj
DOUGLAS COUNTY, comprising an aii'uol' 4000 nia;.re mi!e,i, is within itsel . an Empire
Wonderful Resources, Magnificent Climate. ;m l Agricultural, Mineral and Timber Wealth, au
OFFERS THE GREATEST
ents to Home-seekers
All t!ie three great mediums of en-1
lightment by which civilization is en-
abled to thrive and advance to higher
planes and purer air, are less self-assert- j
ing, dogmatic and oracular than j be the seed of vice or crime. We
formerly; are milder, broader and more know not how small a seed may con
charitable The pulpit, in expression tain the germ of a . tree ia Whose
i at least, w hatever its formal credo, hns , branches the carrion birds of lut ami
abandoned, one by one, many of its vice may lodge, defilinf iie whole life,
old doctrines, by which it attempted An eiuiw nt journalist once laid dowa
to tenorize its listeners, and now geii- the lule that no word or worded
! erally appeals to the sober reasoning i thousjlit should ever ar-pear . in his
!:.eem5.X intelligent minds. The (paper that couli call a blush to ibe
I k'.nat riitr f.. mtihriAm naAA,t .1 1- e il . -r i -
e? S.,ld in Roseburg by W. S. ilarrdlton. : ")u w ra.,s uungeons cueK ot me purest gin, anu 1 ijiiok
tho test a od one. Vile thought
tJIflOX eVCAMPM ENT. No. . I. 0. O. V., meets
alOJd Fellows' Hall on th firet and thinl Thurwla.veof
ach month, viaiunit Dretiircii )M)r. 10 ).
O. A. Tayl-r, C l .
C. A. Smilbrkp. Surit'.
' . 1 i .!... ...,v.i:., ;
I'tli; ETAUI S LOl'Or : lo irafii uim inti jinuin. . i
iusijCST The table is supplied wit., the j For both mule and females.-
3" All kinds of Cabinet Work done ai rea- i
sun.ible prices. Call and examine my work !
OAK I. AN I'
un SaturlDV evenn
ach week at J o'clock, taVbeir hall at r.ocuurg , i,(!St l)ie marKet. anortjs.
Members ,f the order in goodVundin ' r- t- ; -. -
attend. By 'r ol the Ji. O
okl-.GON. j before making your purchases.
CMHtiUA t'llArTER, NV 11, R. A. M., hld
their rciruUr cniuiuni .atiot) every
fcftw . third Tuaaday in e'h month. All
Jfe1 member in sood irtamliiic will tiike. due and
Iniely uotice and Severn tlictneelves axovrdlnitly
ittiii cotnpan'Mtns are invited to meet will) the
impel when cMiveNieM. ri RAPP H. P.
Siaox C Se'v. M
f-iviPTi-p v., my K. s. hold ttieir
in eicTTnUiith. Visiting member In K'od etmllng j
N ..M.-fftiliV l.avl)A.l &ttf.nd
Mi), claka era, Ftt Humus,
Worthy Matron. Secretary
I.nte of the Monroe Ilnuse-l
A LAUhEL LOIWE A. V. M. WILL HOLD j
reirulr nieetimre on Wednesday on or Wlore Sanilil rooms for t.-Oinnireilll J I'
kailh lull mo.,11. N. P. Bl JSIU., W. St.
Few Jonssos, Sec.
ROSEDURO LOOESo.Vo meet. , the second and j
fourth Mondavs ol each month at 7.30 V. M. in tno
edd MasoTlc Hall. Members in good ataudtuK are ! SA1.1.M
invited to attend.
O. 8. West,
hVuii f 1 to S'l rr day.
C. W. JuHXSTOX,
L F tASE. JOHN LANE
LANE VlANE, ATTORNEYS -AT-Law,
Main street, opposite Cosmo
politan Hotel, Roseburg, Oregon.
Dr. J. Sliambrook
JPhisirian a- Surfeon.
J. M. McFARLAND,
PAIXTIN'G, PAPER HANGING, KAL
;omining, etc., promptly done. Leave
: on!cr at Hamilton s.
F. FLOED, ATTORNEY AT-LAW,
Review office, Roseburg, Oregon.
C. FULLliKTON, A 1 r. -.v i
stairs, Roselurg, Oregon
.1 Law. Office in Marks' j brick, up
' C0RVALLIS, OREGON.
I A lull corps
of experience)! I'ri.hrssors ari)l j
EDWARD J PAGE,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
University of Oregon
Next session begins on Monday, the
10th of September, 1880.
.Free scholarships from every county
. l. A l . r
rerm oinmpiH-es,u!nosdJi s eriitendent Hit:on aftr
."M'pifiiuu-r imo. . hnutary 1st, ISM.
Four courses;- Classical, Scientific,
Literary and a short English Course
COURSE OK STU tY. i in which there is no Latin, Ureek,
Arrangeit expressly to meet the tleman-ls an.l French or German. The English is
nee15 .hS T.RJrriS.xx!'ie vTe" I'rc-eminentlv a Business Course. For
PREPARATORY Dr.PAki M r.N I. , ... .
For students over l5 years of age who .les.re j eaiaioguw or oiner wrauon,
enter College classes by examination. President.
To the extent reqiiire-l by law.
UUILDINGS. , .-.-r-r-i--
Large, .Commodious and well venlilaled. .
LOCATION. . TT .
In a cultivated and Christian community, and j -tCi-A I LltCiC-;ALJ
oneExrS.ENTTATw i Coffe8 -House and Restaurant,
( irculars, containing matlcr full of interest to HOARD $3.50 TER WEEK,
farmers, will he regul.-.riy issued ami copies j
mailed to each patron of the College. Regular Meals, 25 CtS.
EXPENSES ! Coffee and Cakes, 10 Cts.
Reduced to lowest figures. Two or more frte j
scholarships from every county. Consult! LUNCHES TO ORDER.
your County Superintendent
n A. 'SEHLBREDE, ATTORNEY-AT-j
Law and Notary Public Omce up
stairs. Marks' Prick, R.iseburg, Oregon.
K. L. DULLER,! M B
- - StTRQ-EOH: - j
Iloincpopathic Phj siciun.
OflBce upstairs in the old Sheridan
Ttriolr nn Jackson Street. Roseburg,
Oreaon. Chronic diseases a speciality. , to enter the College but are not prepared to ; dross
Dr M. M Murpny,
Phy$iciuia & Snrscon
Office at ihe hte I r. 1 loot er's office.
wrwFRURG. - - OREGON
IT Calls day or night promptly altt
OAKLAND - - - -8ecial
We confidently appeal to h- farmers and i Qngrj g gj HOUTS,
Granges of Oregon to patronize the only J r '
school established by Oregon for the pro- ; fc ' I'1
That can be found on the Pacific Coast.'
R03EBUIIG, the county seat of Doiiglis county, is located in the midst of this rich agri
cultural, fruit -and stock raising district, ami is a thriving town of 1800 inhabitant.
The prosperity and advancement of the county during the present )-ear will be far greater
than ever before, and Home-seekers and Capitalists should make their purchases N0W Don't
wait, but take advantage of the present low pri ct . To all interested parties we would say:
HEND KRIC S-REVIEW
HBAXi E ST ATB ' " DMPAHY
AT THE 3tEI "VI IEjW OHT'F'XOEI
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, Improved and Unimproved
Land, City Property, Etc etc.
Special attention given to the developing of Douglas County's industries, Agricultural, Me
chanical 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. Cokrespondence Solicited.
We have for sale, among many othet choice bargains, the following:
FLOUR MILL FOR SALE. A GREAT OFFER.
Doing a fine local and custom business J of -fo acres cho;cc farming and fruit lands
, mile from town; between 50 and 75 acres of riue tract 01 ian,i coiua.mni; y il(.rcs ...... wi(hin half a n)lIe of ihipping on q. &
K)ir further particulars cr.)iiiic (
Hendricks Review Real Estate Co.
S. Ii. llFAT.uirKs, M.inaer.
C. railroad. Good dwelling, fair barn and
orchard of bearing fruit trees, consist int; of
apples, pears, plums and peaches. 10c acres
arable, balance tine timber and pasture, 1 !
suitable for fruits. Easy terms.
Fine farm in Tehama county, California,
Twenty ninth annual exhibition at
COMMENCES MONDAY, 8EP. 16,
Continuing one week under the man
agiment of the Oregon Slate
Board of Agriculture. '
In Cash Premiums
of torture, have become ' pleasant
resorts for mental nourishment; and
the press, with a few pitiful exceptions
Perhaps, no longer assumes to know
and unclean suggestions come naturally
and quickly enough, without being
called into existence or nourished by
everything and to dictate, browbea, j the " newspapers. A little fun along
and command, but publishes, first and ; with the news and ?iscussloniT!reTl"
foremost facts; and second, briefly and j enough; indeed, I think aneaspapr
modestly, opinions, depending upon j is not complete without it; but it should .
the broad ai d wide-awake intelligence j be clean, bright, pure fun, like tie
of its readers to understand, discrim-j sparkling chattering of the mountain
inate, discern and decide. ! ; brook, not tike the noisome ex ha la
in other words, the press is not a j1""18 f 'he stagnant pool. j
3. It is the duty of the pre to be
courageous. Sometimes wear tempt-;
ed to toady to wealth or power,' and it
takes a little moral courage . lo treat a
censor, Imt chiefly an informant and
after that an adviser." In both these
capacities its 6rst and highest duty
as indeed it is of individuals is to be
! honest. This means, nrt, the fiilL ! twenty dollar piet-e with the sara
Offered lor agricultural, stock, .la'irv -md i fa'r impartial, ungarbled publication i calm, impartial justice that we would
mechanical exhibits, for works ol art and j of the news; that is, the factSt, the j litt,e ,Tep dime. But right and
ancy work, and for trials ol speed. i truth, of all matters considered 0f lrutn are J,,8t apt ami. Olten more
: ...... i . . . . ' , : , . .. , , iso, to lie with the dime u with the
Rlinnina nnrl Tmttinrr1 ""itance to published, i gle. We lai (he jeIlow io
lUUUUlg ttUU l lulling janrl of course limited by space and j exchange tor adtejtisjmand I eorifw
aoes Earli Iay. . . . 7,. . 1 U- Ismail sins in the ..k
nri'Uion if nninmn iiistihM in m.r nn - wiu sins in toe S)lt
Ininoriaiu imiir..venw.n: in ,i ... ! ,..,,,.1 s, ,.i.i: Mrt,..i.:.J t columns; but let them not tttJlTU
mim list . .. , ' z:: ::. r "Trv q- i
!- wii -inveresi, -jut uy a canaiu, in- or t be editorial columns. Thes
Reduced rates for fare, and freights on all j tclligeut, reason-based and right-angled
transportation lines to and from the fair. ! conviction. Such a newspaier, forty
for", a larger and more varied s
than any professor teaches," iWk
nomensaay ticket 25c
Men's season ticket $2 50
Women's season ticket $1 00
Send to the secretary at Salem for a pre
mium Hst. T. T. APPERSON,
i t r.RFnn Wfir '
ei 1 . . 1 numerous annipnop ihm iia,jna n
-t" t . i or nllJ 3 earn ago, wouiu nive oeeu a ; , T .. . .j
irnces ol Admission: . L , " ., preacher. Tell the truth in ihem;
curiosity, but now there are numerous , with uriconpealeI "
Men', day ticket J0C examples of great journals which are a good though done by a tenant
luminous in every line with just this ; of your county j-.il; cimdemn anv act
sort of fearless and unswervable de ' mjusticer oppression or wrong, "with
votion to duty. And these papers' ! no "rt sound though your shaft
. , ... ., al f ; find Us target in abreast shielded be-
in large cities, are the ones that rr 1 l;j . j, j - , ....
. . , , . , , p mnd oiamotid, or in a hand holding
taking the lead, and are prospering M long reins of civil power. It is not the
beyond the organ-grinding press, show- business or duty of the iivm to s-t-k
ing, what ought never to need demon! notoriety by constant or indiscriminate
stration. that a strict adherence to a I cen8ur . " cither public or
high ideal of duty pays. And I be
lieve duty-doing in ' this respect will
pay m a small held as well .is in a
A newspaper is a good deal like an
individual. If a community find that,
a man will lie or cheat, even in an in-
ON nUBBiKD CREEK.
CLARKE Si BAKER, Proprietors.
land, hoc Deo. slauehter and smoke house marsh an.l bottom, nyfccs and levees com
$3500. . Also near the mill property, a nice Ilete. Forty acres in cultivation. Good
residence and barn, with 5 lots, nice location. dwcllinR houie, cheese li.mw, barn and other
, . , out builJings. All fcncnl, w:'i; rr.-s IrnciH.
Fine propertv for sale, consisisting-of foun- " . (-
dry building and machinery, with everything a.eo m ., .....
pertaining to a first-class busines, together '" -
r.. . . . . n laml vniL' two n.ilf. I )'. ihe above lr.ul
wunianaon wn.cn ne proper y sianoa ,, ,nii fnurrailw r,OI1(; .,icr. O.Tere.1 very containing 3O0 acres of very productive land,
will sell half interest ir. the above to some re
sponsible party who wishes to engage In the
manufacture of Agricultural Implements, the
latter preferred. This we think one of the
best locations in the state.
We are ni.w prepared to urniah lumber of the
best quality in quantities to suit the purrhaaero,
alw.y having on hand the iargnt stock ut an. mill
w win roniiab lumber at oiirm 11 at thefojiowinj j direct way, it wants no more to do
VI rouirh lnml..... is to tlO II
1 Sn. I (I.K.niig, 6 inch IllN .. $10 M
I N-i. I flooriiut, 4 Inch lltll ..! 8 M
Nu. 1 omsnin. lutuiwr $1S M
CLARKE i BAKER. '
200 acres if which is level plow land, talance
timbered and table land suitable for pasture.
Located 12 miles from Corning on railroad .
Stae passes the place daily, lluildings fair
and within a quarter of a mile of school.
Hendricks-Reivew Real Estate Companye
S. B. HENDRICKs, Manager.
V. S.Lai.d OlSce, Rntelmrjr, Or., Junr, 17, lb9.
Complaint havinjr been ntere.l at tlti. ..Rice by
LHmiel B. Mall against Oeonr I'et-nr rr almndou
ln(r his Homestead Entry f"'- '. dated Feb. 1,
18(M, upon the K I of HE) rrv..n Is, Tp 2ig
R 8 West In Dooirlafl county, Oregon, with a vww to
the cancelation of said entry: the mid partiea are
hereby aumnH.ned to appear at thia rrlti)-e on the
12th day ut AUBUat, 18HK, at 9 nVhirk a. H. to re
spond and furnish testimony i-mui-riitii;! said al
legrd abandonment. CHAM. W. Joll NsTOS,
A.C. JONKS, Itrvnter.
with him;- and -it is just so wifc a
paper. Even its political or other nat
ural adherents will net approve un
fairness or deceit, and even its political
or other opponents must respect, if
thsy do no admire, courageous hon
esty. " Papers with decided political con v lo
tions, and whose editors lisi'-e a strong
sympathy with one political party and
private life, as are assailable; but bare
and there in almost every community,
some extreme wickedness, 01 some
flagrant instance of injustice or oppres
sion, or neglect of duty, not only
deserves but deniqnd. Tue copra peous.
outspoken, uncompromising exposure
and denunciation of the west. In tho
i performance of this duty yeu may havr
to attack: gangs, of gamblers, some of
whom are ruftians as well; or munici
pal officers who are shamefully derelict
in duty; or tyrants whose wealth ia too
often a defense for oppression; but
when the duty is once clear it should
be fully and fearlessly performed.
Courageous utterances in this line .of
duty are generally disagreeable, and
are sometimes dangerous but the moral
coward has no business to be an editor.
The assumption of the -quasi Millie
duties of an editor necessitates, if
JAMES H. HAWKINS. B.S.. M.O.
OAKLAND - OKECOX.
Special attention t Iiiseuscs of the
minion ol her agricultural interests.
For citah-'ue or other itiformali.-n, address, .:
n. L ARNOLD, Presiflei.t, ;
TI1E OLD UELTABLK
..rnmi.tlv nt tpn,1....! i.itl.t or lnv. : nfff r.l ft W VS "2 t?. "3 n "Z
D M EROWER, M D .
Physician Sr Surgeon
Cslls proii-ptly answered dav or.
night! ' "
Office, on Jackson St. near the Bank j
p Tteaidenc-e in North Roseburg near;
Col. Land's residence.
On Jackson street, est.-tblialir-d in 1SC7.
Also a new shop near the depot
established for the bene
fit of his ninny
Jacob KiU zer
DR.J. W.ShangleihENRY EASTON'S
Physician Surgeon, f nos3EiaESTO&
Office at Caro P.ros. resilience on Jackson :.. j
roseburg - - - - ORt'GOXV:tT.rinoTy Qfnro!
Special attention given to diseases i Ji KJ OCX J WUWiC,
of the skin. 'IT
Pimples and Freckles removed. '. J.
r EEPS CONSTANTLY ON llASO
a full asuortment of
I)R Til OS. G RAUAM J
Has established a dispensary in connection .
OF ALL KINDS.
fJuannlwl to be of the best quality.
Wooden and Metallic Cas
kets at Lowest Rates.
The Poor Man's Friend.
J. T. BRYAN
- PRACTICAL JEWELER
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
AT LOWEST LIVING TRICES.
All Work and Goods Warranted
0 ' S A.Y5
with hi. practice, where he has supplied mm- j CANNED mmjBo cioas,
ell with all the Utest appliances to enable j CAxx;(it.s Am CAKES, A SPECIALTY,
him to more successfully prosecute his profes- J
j Produce Bought
Physician & Surgeon i IIIGIIEST CASH PRICE IMII
HOURS: ' i flWe me a call and convince yonreclve.
JIEXRY E ASTON
- - OREGON.
URS: .. . .
. to 12 in
md 8 to 9 p. m. J
Opp. Siocum's Hall, j
9 to a and
Sundays, 3 to 5 p . m. ) Jackson Street,
W- IP- BBIGGS
RUN THIS WAY, EVERYBODY.
WIIO WANTS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE GREATEST P.ARGA1X8 IN
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, ( GLASSWARE
C W. PARKS & CO.
CARRY ; THE LARGEST AND KOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
Freshest Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Choice Confectioneries, Cigars and Tobacco, Ever Drought to Roseburg.
LOWEST PRICES J BEST GOOD SI
Countrv 3 rodnce Bonglit.
";r..ti, f th tL b,- o .,tnf i ll,0SJ duti to well performed.
, ... . ' ',. . . ' the constant exhibition of a hib de
temptanon to aiiow prejuuice to tate ij f mora,
the pencil and scissors fioraHhe hand
WOULD-BE COMPETITORS f HOLLER" IT IS IMPOSSIBLE FOR ANY ONF
TO SELL- CHEAPER THAN THEY DO BUT PEOPLE THAT
COMPARE GOODS AND PRICES. EXCLAIM
WE CAN ONLY FiND AT
J. Jasktilek's Bargain Store
FOR HE BK.VT3 THEM ALL I
BUICK & BENJAMIN
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Rosebur2, - Oregon.
a&-Bay and Sell Real Estate on CommMoa. Loan
Money on Improved Land.
UTHave For Sale Large and Small Tract of Airrl
caliural. Craring and Timber Land and City
I'rulHsrtv Correpondenca Solleited. -
1 ' D S. K. BL H K, Mauvrw.
CITY j DRAYTNG
DONE WITH DISPATCH.
1 ('ALL ON
Mrs. A. E. Cox Prop. ...
The Best Iloiisejn City.
CLEAN, NEAT, FIRST-CLASS.
of honesty. I do not think a aper
need oe neutral or lion-cotumital; on
the contrary I rnther like best, at least
in towns of considerable size, the
papers that take a decided stand for or
against public measures or men. Dut
I must pity and despise the partisan
ship that is so narrow as to assum all
the viitne to its own side of the house,
or the vindictive intoWmice that
teachps its readers, and especially the
nuintr .ml . t iilYIC thrtt. A nnlltirflt
. s . into palace f.d hoveL we enter. . ,J
name is a synonym .or ever a.m. u . . infnrm . . . . , - -
-r j . . .... vaMi. au we
Will nnt 1 li t l-z-.f . cn .......1 .
Other duties I miht mention, or
rather other particulars in which the
performance or neglect of these duties
might be illustrated, but I atop here.
Honesty, cleanliness, conrage; if in all
we write or clipror accept, for publi
cation, we remember and follow the
teaching of these three words, we aha!!
not stray fsr frou: the line of jcirrual
istic duty. And vho cart find in any
occupation, umpuuuon ior duty-Jiee-iu
these respwtu.iration ta Jnrf
esty, cleaniinrs and courageif we
may notl Into store and shop: into
.Atu iiul k.nl. . .. . . ,
uiuvu )) wjurv ana camp
criminality, and that the history and
character of i. murderer is essentially
that of a fiolitical party, numbering
about half of the voters of this great
It is'a jourhi'listic duty to be honest
and fair in dealing with history as well
as with current events; and in pio
tending to epitomize or portray . the
history and character of an evt hf, or
person, or party, truth, and justice,
and honor, and therefore duty demand
that we shall rot magnify everything
of evil, and speak no syllablb of good.
But of course, when it comes to the
duty of speaking opinions hi political
will lint 1 m . a . .1 .... . . L i ..
y "-, a ura lln-he
hundredM ami tn.nis.inds of men, wom
en and childivi. bny from ns news an.l
1 comments, they are ceriainly entitled
..A lu.. )I . 1
r.iuin pnu io a constant
exercise of th5e qualities honesiv,
purity and moral courage. r "
With these constantly rf roemWre 1
and acted upon, many of these thou
sands will be our supporters and friestda
and among them e wi'.J deserve j o
And when at lst the enf. elded
hand can no longer guide thA sharp
scissors or the nimble pen; when - the
dimmed eye can no longer scan" the
proof sheets or ionise the welcome e-
nrtflnfrAa' m-lmi va tin . .
Museum of Anatomy.
751 MARKET STREET
rrtOAND LEARN HOW TO AVOlB
- JT dm.., aad now wnnd.rfnlli
jam an mad. PrtTaW -&Stm, IH tarf BtrMt.
CoMulutkn on kut maohood awl ail disaata of
man. Send for Book.,
i i.i li 1 w ui u -l ... v. uujiuriani
ity we preach. It 'pf f. cPita 1 oetrbpoIiN and
.i a . - -st cxlitoru.1 opimon about human
that duty for one i;.ff.ins -nil:h Iia niXJ Z
ami other public mattetv, we munt ' ll,st head-lines to the latest important
'exercise the chart
: will not do to say that
'duty foi another; for that would N: long and no much, may all our reader
i equal to saying that all our opun.jn.- t wiio are Laii-iy intelligent mud chari fa-
must agree, which we know is impow.i-: "lo " wng ana aole to ay:
ble. But 1 do think we should lie I Fi' ''T ,,M LU
. t. (This will be a sufficient epitaph, nud
careful to avoid being bound too tightl v.i may we not believe, a sunciet- t pass
by party cords, or to aiiow our honest ' port on the unknown short!
Children Cry for Pitcher's CastcrlaT
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