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. THURSDAY, SEPT. ;, 1889
The following story told of Zach
Cii-ndler will show what that well
known Republican leader thought of
IL 15. Hayes of Ohio. ' Hayes, it will
Ue remembered, was defeated for the
presidency by Samuel J. Tihlen, but
Hviii! to the machinations of Chandler,
herman and others, was allowed to
occupy the executive chair and draw:
Mr. Tilden's salary for four years,
lfaye-s is now supposed- to be engaged
i.i raisiiig chickens on a small scale
.somewhere in Ohio. Tiie sfoi-v is as
f : Hows: ' ;
Otis Fuller, editor of the St. Jours,
Mich., Republican, was a coiisiu of
Zucb Chandler. In a group of Mich
isan editois, at their recent Grand
Kapnk meetms;, Mr. Fuller told of a
visit to Chandler during on exciting
S'-itiatuml contest at Lansinf,'. As the
t ilk went back over the exciting times
..f 1W76 Chandler produced f.om soroe
, Ahnre tlVtcce clelrrrJcture from
fVirT'i:,i-..i!iiLinf him :is Ktiuirliii in:
u rot k pullinS desperately at the tail
tf nn elephant marked ''Haves." Un -
, .v., . -,. . . ..
ternettth the picturo was: "If the tail
i.oUls out I will land him yet."
Tile grim old Senator giized at the
;icture with the greatest satisfaction,
"If that was the only copy to he had
A I'lll HI v vl IVv I 1 ' IM III'
clltlilMl. ' .)
- " V&j K.iy 1 stfitli: tun IVt-.-iUlt-us-y for
lilies in 1570,'" l.c went on. "but if I
did, no court in Christendom could
i-ev have convicted me of aiiythir.g
but petty Urceny."
''-'',' Tin; tight on the Civil Service law
fthii'h is bein nud! m the depart
mviita at Wiiihiiituu sjot raiher jht
auil, the mlicr dy vi Jin sume niijuis-iii-.e
t.t;vsppir innn whih? cruir-in
armtiid at the W:ir dcpai tuicnt found
j a ifj of an order issued in l!(3 dia
, iiiiiisiiig Civil Service Commissioner
: . liTiiian ttom the Army. He sent it to
: hi ,tper tis'a apeciul and it was ttd
i ' t-ijiaphed Ijack to a lo?-l paper. It
w.-is hiever a'i-aih.'ilio-t-Iived sen
rt'ftaE a-WT&j investigation at the
:ir ilii partmcnt brought another or
d. v to ! ight revoking the tiist one and
utiiti! g Lynmn an houoiablo dis
, eJtai'e., It is very unfittr to make such
attack . Had the m m who foun-I the
tf.rSl oidur inde..iny iiuiuiry at the de
partment he would have learned of the
existen'j of the s-icond, but that would
have ..spoiled, his sensation. To the
credit ot the most prominent opponents
of the Civil Service law, be it aahl they
ipposu all such methods as that adapt
ed by this sensation monger. They
' are lighting the U'w, not the gentlemen
who are Commissioners under the law.
e caitHS of the Ori,jVi7,
! to following just remarks
vaii business men:
vallis p;tio are so poorly
lby.:he Jiume merchiiits that
one of them has to run a two-column
"ad." of irs O'Vii b itli inside and out
side. Thse 1 a .en nic well edited,
find ntv in fai t everl generations
ahead of the (leopiH. Foreign capita!
,: wll not risk investment in any town
that doesn't sport it own local pa
per, ftnl busings men are killing their
own prospects by stai vina; the hon.e
fiOSEBuno is pushing rapidly to the
front, and no 'own in the state is en
joying a more steady, jierrnanent
growth. The county sAL,of one of
the largest and richest counties in the
stale, the Imsinesi center for a large
Jriiiii J-jfjiiilly nicccaning. population, the
possessor o? u fine ami ample water
power,-it is -destined, to become the
leading city of .Southern Oregon. This
is not mere talk, because there can bo
1,0 mistaking the substantial character
if j;t-eii-ir'-i improvemofits.
Thk . Democrats of Montana hive
composed all their differences and put
a strong ticket in the field. As a
delegate from the Territory Mr. Ma--ginnis
not only set ved hiji constituency
well Imt madrt a National reputation
f .r ability. His nomination for Rep
resentative should, strengthen the
lieket. Mont iiiu belong. in the Demo
era tic column - and Un'' wide-awake
nail.Tsof the party there mean to keep
the new slate in line. , .
If ."lie who In-sit ites it Inst," some
Imdy .should be prepared' to g in
.s-iiivh tif President Harrison for he
a ijl herniates nd hesitates, a.s to j
winti.rH- an r-vi:i session of C-ngress I
'.'rtif Te -.'aiie I. Collie ppn !-) not J
mind s.iyig T.rrf -fT l"Tfrnd not Ii-s
i-.ation t'iai nils the Presifnt. Per- j
b ios it is nil p;-:-h.ip there 1; ill no
A vjuftf.sroxrtr.vr tf the H4- Pul
rioneer '. - (Rep) wi itiniA from
.Mon!..ii:t thi.tks that that territtnV k
more tli tti iiseiy to go Democratic
li.- Krtvs the 1 li-ieiK-nits have the .iLIt-sK
TtlKl'.r. will be a shoit iut lively
campaign in Washington territory
Ibis fall. The tickets nominated ate
(.c.tli .strong i.d tiici j seems to le a
ih-ierniinatiou to win on both sides.
Dervish inens "one who b.es at
the door," It is not rroper to call a
returned fiidjerinan a Dcrvtfch, for he
i e-ins it as1 eoon a3 he gi tu on the
ferryboat. Alia. 9
Tue llepnbi'cans sei-ru . nelei .ti'iied
., inake the r.st -of" the country-
Tike Tub Review
Children Cry for
t-covtcAitj;" r.i.v.viit jrnojrr.
"Ccniriiife" Jilnek rilliTrrf.
Pfension Commissioner Tanner lias
been criticised, not exclusively by the !
oP1ssition press, ether, for the paper
. ot ins own party nave ueen as irw ;
a iheir comments. The O. A
rAo. - ...i 1 Innkiner for defense, where ',
. . . . i
snail ngo oiu io sis comraurai
I - i
! r 1 fi1. .Mini)nl M
v.rfliriii iiuc&, ti vuiici, nwunu-
i . : i n- Tun. i
11 IC t UllOl T 111 CIO lllluui .
.. . . ,
I itri . vi 1 triin.uii uuuiiuihiuiici.
New York Tribune and Republican
press generally, from the beginning to
the end of his term in the Pension
Oflice, abused and lied about him.
The JYibunt was proved a falsifier
again and again by the records, but
this merely increased the venom in its
fang3, and it struck and struck again
to the very last, like a sneaking snake,
and the G. A. K. never lifted hand or
voice in defense of Comrade Black.
Every pension agency in the country
is full of letters from pensioners utter
ing their gratitude to Elack and his
appointees for their promptness and
devotion to the interests of the old
soldiers. Under him the Pension
Bureau was prompt and efficient in its
administration of the law. He dis
pensed hundreds of millions of dollars
to the pensioners without the loss of a
I -.Bnnir tn flinm r t.n tlin Trpasnrv.
j But t'h G A R jet partisan malice
' . . ru .
gnaw him for four years and follow
f. ... , ,,
! him ta disquiet an honorable retire-
. ment, without an effort to defend him.
j Why? Was it because lie is a Demo
J t j dof 3 Tannel's IKlitics make
fi. 1 . ,1 . A
III! lIUHTl.'Ct? IH'tWUCIl lit- IWU l'U9V-i
If so, we ar at a losj to know how
the G A. U. can acquit itself of the
charge of imrtis insiiip. ltu oienilers
know that the partisan ahuse of Black
was an outrage. They know that if
this abuse were true, instead of appear
ing with General Sherman and his
peer last week at Milwaukee, wear
ing the badge of the G . A- R- and the
Loyal Legion, General Black should
be expelled from both, and yet the
organization has never to the smallest
degree done him justice. We are not
decrying the endorsement of Tanner.
That must go upon whatever merit it
has, but we do object, if that right be
long to an outsider, to a purely parti
san use of the vindicating function of
the G. V It.. Uta
Iii l$8i the tonage of the American
merchant marine in the foreign trade
wts 1,276,962; now it is but 012,302.
Thus it is that the cheap ships built
upon the Clyde in Scotland are driving
American ships off the ocean. Not
only is there an exorbitant tariff on
ship material, but an American is ab
solutely prohibited frombringing a
ship on the Clyde and sailing it -jinder
an American register. " V;
The other day ! Queen Vietoria
showed her grandson, tne Emperbr of
Germany, a section of her navy fifteen
08 long. It w-sn built to protect
British met chant ship3 in every post
in ti e world ships that sustain Eng
lish commerce and lay the whol- world
under tribute to the beggarly little old
"filand. Wii.-n wiii America become
brave enough to assert her.self and
claim what is her own. In this con
nection tha folio'.vtug from Abrlnui
Hewitt i3 pertinent: ''That, is all that
inader.s us now tint foolish tariff, but
that is o ily te np jr-ny. Another gen
eration will S3e it removed I believe. The
Ameiican pejple will get tired of stew-
injr their own f.it ; aul I behevj
every tub ought to sUml on its own
bottom and that the. United States is
aburLlantly able to do it it lus the
facilities f jr losing the greatest eiport
ing country on tho earth ami it ought
to be. The sooner duties are abolished
the sooner it will become so. Now
that food, cotton and petroleum from
the bulk of our exports, we ouglit to
export jry largely of manufactured
It is right we suppoe to "lie all
things to all men,' at ditlireiit times
and under different circumstances.
Germane to this text, hsve you not
noticed of late that the Oreyonian
now hiivs "Senator Mitchell," when it
used to nl ays soy "Hippie MitchelL"
This is w Midei f ul, but not strange.
The wind is blowing fair from Wash
ington, Hint hence the respectable ad
dress "Senator Mitchell."
The New XorJlerald propoiej to
hangin"t1ie court rooms a sign, "Don't
shoot 1 he judge He is doing the U
he can "
Its pceuliar eflBcacy If dne
ok much to the process and
kill in compounding aa to
the InicreUlenta tbemselves.
Take It in time. Itcneeki
dineaiies In the onUet, or ir
they be advanced will prove a potent cure.
1 RriinB ski lie Wiftont It
! "N. It taitcii the place of m
! h. - - Cia costly pre- , -I
Vxipllonn. AllrhoM FOB WHOSE
wrVutary liven wlil rind benefit
! ietiVibit preventive of
: KiitleHrtitor InUljptestlon,
I CnnstiiVllon, .Headache, BIllonaneM,
I'ile. al Mental UrprvRslnn. No low
of rime, o lntcrferenee wilh buine
t hile takvig. For children It Is most In
nocent niitt harmlees. No danger from
exposure. niVr taktnit. Cnres Colic I1
arriupa, H Wei C'oniptalntu, Feverlh
ntH and Feverish Colds. Invalids and
l,.imic nertons will And It the mildest
Aperient amtl Tonic thoy can use. A litt le
irik.-ii at nle!it lnsurex rcfrecliine sleep
and a noturai evacuation of the bowels.
A little taken In the niornlmi sharpen
the appetite, cleanses tho stomach aud
sweetens the breath.
A FlIYSICIAN'S OPINION.
"I havi; b-n tiracliciag medicine for
twenty years aivl hare nevr boeo able to
put up a vegetable compound that would,
like :vnmon Lir Regulator, pmmpliy
and euccUxly nove the Liver to acuon,
and at the tame time aid Onstead of weak
ening) the digestive and aasimilanve
powers of the fcystem-7
L. M. Hintoh, M.o.a WaahtBjtoa, Ark.
Marks or Oecnlnenessi Look for the red
Trade-Mark on front of Wrapper, and the
fseal and Signature of J. H.Zellln Co, la
ted, on the side. Take soother.
I m . .. uioul'iii me io aiSKons nave wen la-iir : out as to r-atiy.- nut iiii.13 toiwneni a
lis! . t tcre-ln proc to P0"00 spent in 'rtaftinina one and enjoying anions the old yft'eis. t a -a stringiri bli,lir Cil"
Jor i endorse ana vindicate mm. 10 mat - , . , ,, , . ,. , , t :
I there is no oriection. He is a com ( . ... , , , . B-S , i Tel I
I in the KHiilft Bwift. manner n :f Olu r.,inc,-.'ii-,. i-..jj ,..ir -. rlmrtU' c-W . g'li -t 1 1
ACROSS THE LINE.
Stinntn' ftlitrg. Tie ,.rr:-.imil' ,
....",. re rnr o ,-..
MRtmgm in Hcnerm.
-. Review -,, )ay
j cation for health and pleasure which
and brines to
mind the .tnlv IsLin
, r , . ., ,, . ,
prover't I know, "now lemput .h- ;l
ui'f lhese ten days nave un j
r i - 1
. lii. . ... . .
spetitin surcease of sorrow and tne ! Pfnee an i lf.mt ulis'itw, which was
wearvauill driver haa been .-.t rest.!
likewise the wicked has ceased from
troubling. I bo. ' to be with you
this is in punt, lefreshed in mind :.. ;
body, nn I tke up the thread of ! u: i-
ness cares here dropped, in an earn-
est endoav r to make The Review a
welcome visitor in every home in
Douglas county. But yeara of con-
slant drill in the newspaper tieM will
run the gray matter in a man's hi-ad
. . . I luiiiMkiluil i.i .ii n tt ..l.l 1..1
UIIU Cla 4iia v liuv.v...
nonsense as Bill Nye exhibits at the
Paris Exposition. The babit of run
ning off into obscure musings is a dan
gerous one, and old Mt. Shasta looming
up in distinct outline through the
smoke stands like a monument to bring
ns to a realization of every day events,
THE TE1P HERE
trough the fertile valleys of Southern
Douglas, and the Rogue river is en- J
joyable, as showing a country upon
which God has smiled. After striking i
the Siskiyou the road is a continuous
letter S unless it occasionally is sharp !
et and becomes a Z- The scenery of j
the Siskiyou's is the awe-inspiring one
of all mountain ranges. The road cir
cles near the summit Winging you
through s tunnel and a half hour liter
through another one just above the .
first. The feat of engineering u a
very skillful one, but any army mule
understands the principle and puts it
into operation in the climbing of hills,
On the California ahiie of the Siskiyou
conies the volcanic formation ot a
plain, covered with little round hills j
JCf' ' . r f AND TO
lie the towns of Eggers, .Montague andH-pthe VvefP.RI FffPfitliallV-
Edge wood and several other hamlets.
At Eggers is the sttge linn to the ;
Shovel springs where the rheumatics
of the Pacific Coast most 110 congregate. '
! Just as the train pulled cut 1 noticed :
j leauing up against the front of the -!
store building, Will Van Iluren, with ;
a smile on his face, just as thou;h old
rheumatism had not given biiu many
a painful twi.st and turn. This section
is an unbroken Sahara until Sissons is
fHE DAY WE CAME,
as we were nearing Sissons, and after j
the hotel rnnner had passed thrimgli j
the train distributed circulars, with
the remark, "Chicken dinner at Sis-'
sons,,' the train came to a dead stand
still and soon we knew that one of the
immense wood piles was on tire and a
relief train would be necessary. Sis
sons was three miles away and every
body hungry and a pi Aspect of Sein
fire bound for se.ter.il hours. .1. ,'k-y ,
Clung, a former R-jrvbtirger and
ductor of the construction and repair ,
train shortly airivid end informed ;
Mrs. Mosher and myself that our j
friend Dr. Flett would be out with a !
carriage for us. The work of repair i
was undertaken and orders given to j
back the train to Edgewojd when the !
doctor arrived just in the nick of time, I
and we were safely on our wiy to
Sissons. . !
HFKE I VE liEKS
i ever smce-in thedelightf ul Strawberry
Uey, where the ice cold water flows
in a thousand rills from Shasta to the
sea. A half mile from Sissons is the
famous big spring, where pushes in a
perfect torrent from the mountain side
the head waters of the Sacramento
river. A hundied yards further is an
irOn spring and the rocks touched by
its bubbling Witters are coated with
yellow. I have not time to describe
tne many pieasuiiL Kig.rs in ine vicin-
ity of Sissons, but Dr. Flett takes me
.1 1 i t . ... . 1 j
out for a constitutional every day in a
buggy, as he answers his numerous
calLs, and is showing me all items of
MT. SHASTA IS
nearly free from snow only a patch
here and there running in a streak
along its jagged side's. I have not
Of the Cure of 6kin ttiM'.ises '
when nil other MethoriK Fail
Psoriasis S vears, covering face, head, and en-,
tirebotly with white scab. Skin d.
itchy, end bleeding. 1 loir all gone.
Spent hundreds bf clollar?. Tronounced
incurable. Cured by Cuiicura Kemedios. !
My UUea-e (itriai ) trt 'tr"ihv unt 011 m left j
cheek, rc3ii)iig u-rroM my ito.-e, in(i aiiiaii "t-i'c r- '
injr niy fce. It rtn into my t-yrs, ami the i5i,vicwn :
safraiii 1 wnulilhnte m eeh. -jto':t!i'T it
spread all over my heatl, and my Iiiiir alt ftIt nut. t
until I wan ciiliretv UUd-lieatle.i: h theo l.r.ki- .m.
ohmyarmsaiiJ nhoulderw, until my arms wro jn-t t TTTT
one re- Jt covered my entire iHjy, inv Icet hertd 1 7 t?X thaiii
ana snou.aer DCtnj; ine norst. t lie tvhUeii ivA '
constantly from niy head, shou.derv, ani uihih thi- !
kin miild thwkMind 1 red ami rery iu-hy, and ;
wuuld crack and Meed it wr.iU'ltcd. After sieii Mt.ir
many hundrcw of di.Han., I was prououm-ed mt-urrT-
ble. I heard tf the Citicira Kkwkd.is, and utter J
anp two bottles n-nrrRA K ..lvSt. I could Kt-e (
imoa eumd-.and when I bad taken ix bottJe of
i Cl-ticib4 RtwLvcNT and onw h of Ci Th rit-, and
one ra.e or litkira Mjr, i v.n runti of the '
dreadful dieae inm hwh I had tMifored for five '
years. I thouirM the dim?ae would leave a very f
detip scar, but t!i3 t'VTict ra Kismk&ivm cured it j
without any am rs. I cm not cxpr.! mith a pen !
what I fiuflcrvd before u-intf t!t (1 Tit i n ICkmc. !
diea. Thev navctl nsv life, and I aWI it mt tlmt tn !
! rectimuueutl them. My Itairis retorcti pfd an
'c. , iu cjv ta in . . 'i. tit. ( smi'H ui b iidiuocr ;
of different pnr-onji ho n,-d th 4Vf mtra
Rfmkdii, all bvc received rrest benerit from ;
their u-e. l:i. UOSA KtLI.V. i
IlockweU City, ralhuun f'j.. t: t.
inc. blcedimr, burning, valy, blotchy, and pimply J
discaMs of th skiu, ca!p and blond, with hn of i
V. M I .t v ' - B;ss.u sr. u 4 . liauillijlij,, lit U
:ar, from pim plea to trofuI-, extent por-tihlv ich
tbo4. Stdd everywhere. Price. CtTJtTSA, .Vvis : v,p,
2.V.; Hrmlvr5T, lnfrttrd by th roTTsa
Dmo kw CiiEstcni, CirraATtox. IVito.
i tfend for "How to ( ure tkin lieiif W
paes, SO illustrations, andl0 teatiw-nials.
T)TllfPI'ES, black heid-, red, ronh, chapped
A Aiflnd oily skiu prevaoted by Cnici;i 8or.
J IT STOPS THE PAIN
I Bacssche, kidney pamp, weakness,
rheumatim, and muscular pains ss-
j ukyip lit oks nurrrk by the Crricnui
I Ts i-Paik Ititru. tne first and onlv
instantaneous rain-killing plaster.
: climbed it on '-"hat account. I would j
I.sto to .i
4 j nu-'.l.l.
:i tin unpro i
ctijipsr i unit! ;
more, mk I giw '; duo waning. The :
Mount is not imposing looking as ;
;fV9 Hood, mi1 Mcdl has been here so'
:!('. ' 11X11 'f SlSO'.lS;
Weil, soia lr:-- d -n the lUan-ls sen
. i l:- -t
the. wr f his h-it. and which he
,hoi- i with a just fe.-1'ng of pride t.v!
i..d1 and strang-rb. The littlo fci-1
w piuod away, Mt. Shasta's frown
w3 too uiulIi for him and in spite of
medical care, ailie i i no more. The
j funeral was imposing, mil Priixscan
not be consohfl. If any of our readers
have u water dog please send .it to J. j
11 Pnn-:e, Sis:;.,s, Od.fornit, n-il it
j H, pnn.:e, S
mav assuage his grief.
t - .. .
! - sent the operation t a "urotec-
tion wiitfii tuxt s raw matonal.s, wore j
than h ilt the i.'on and sle. l vorks in
New EaIuid have stopped business
within lt-ti years. I a it any wonder
'Vv 'Enj-land icon and sled
woi 1; t
ntielif f fr.'in th?s sort cf !
fosteiing i :ire on
art t-f the Gen
Combines the Juice of the Blue Firs of
California, so laxative and. nutritious,
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to the
jniman system, forming the ON LY PER-
epw nrsirne . - . . 1 1.. ...
:&mn, lira ah bowels
l- W SO THAT
' REFRESHING SLEEP,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Every one is using it
and all are delighted witri it. Ask your
drugr-ist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu
factured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
Sa.i FiAiiciicp, C.t.
liv. N'hivYoKX. N. Y.
Hcaltli and Steep ivitliout
ft n fi
The grandest co'kcticn of young fun is ever
produced on the Pacific Coa.it. : 1
! Silver laced Wvar.duttes, l'lymouih Rocks,
j V'ra,7Y: White Wyandoitw Kosc and
-Sinyle-conili brown I.elion s, V lute Lcc-
norns, i .inriue t,.ocnins, liiack Minorcas
. ..r. ... . - . :. . . . r t.
Champions at San I'rancisco, Cal., Victo- 1
ria, 1!. C, and all the leading exhibitions in ;
Oregon and Washington.
Tv, K!.', K Yeai;s a t.ri-edc-i ul fancy fowls.;
j Sen I slaniu for eiialiipue civinc; full inforina- j
! lion. Address, j fjl. GARRISON, !
P. O. I'.ic; 5,, I'orest Grove,
Tj 'Vi7"X33 ES..
lllOi' UN JACKSON STREET, OPTO
site Shvrhlan I'.f
- - OREGON.
vs 1 r l
)0UglaS tOllilty' Bank
FLINT, k TAYLOR, .
- - - Cr
sact a c-':;:-:i!At.
WLr J-LliSi.i jlS
life mAnnnii a
S i h t Drafts Drawn oil
Portland, aii Kr.iucit ..New York and
.t . .. n r
othtr t",:"t:- iHs ot exjhanjTu Oa the
prucipal citiofl of Kurope. UepOrifta TO-
ceivf1 sabject to check. Collections made
on a11 ewible points at reasonable rates
: II t
V-ii. Lt'.i l OHi -c, ii.bure. Or., Anfttit 2. lSv?!ft.
'mji1aint, is f-titered at thi1 Ortice by ;
J. H. Tnt!d uains; ( lir. . tieitrivh" for a!r.donii)"tj
h;s Hornet 'wi i ntrV -. dated June 1. .
upn the S W , .S t:'i,i S. ItinireO V in Iioxila
V '"- j "t vfc. m mt i,iiitii.,niiini
sid entry; the -;iri j rt:eH ere hereby 6nmroned
ST-feur tin i:;i e on the l.'-rh day nf October,
V, at 1 cc! i"k a. .r,. -t re-rd -fid furnish te8-
J;rrwty f.tt!'W,ri aV.fcl ab:indor.ii;e:tt.
ni-.tict; 13 HF.tiKnY given that sealf.d
bil wi., i3 rv-.ivc.t at the uillce of tiie Cuanti-
Clerk until itaums.-ir, Aunit SIrt, IS":.', at
oYlis-t. ., f-,r i-irniiiiinir ail mtteria! neie3i
anrf oiwraiiu froo f.irrit-s at wfiat U known a
Smith'a an-l ll-imniiik's lurries over the LnifHUa '
river on th olj s,itiBbur rjv.'iB - ,
In cae c.mtraet in awar-Ieii the rarty a-iil be ;
reiiuired to outer into aisieincii? and b"d fr all I
daniaKCH and Ionics, anil the faitliful m-rfonaancea .
of the duties matiretl County ruurves the riUt j
to reject every and all bids. - -
Br order of the Countv fiiKJd.
j. s- riTzuroii. !
. July 8, lSS-. . . !
"... : . 'A
a f M if.
The famous mouse-proof easel
gallery and see
iA1JVv' J-a.ll UitL'ClB
shC(kf mUa0 ,vPftn,nflv
I'. W. DlLLAKIl.
C. L. DowbEN.
2.:., & & TnWTiJSI
; ,;Suoce. r to W. V,. Kohrcr & Co.) "
tJoiSi'ors ia all kin Is in
, lVLeucfe, 15861.
ep a fu st-ehiss ni'-at matket in
every resS).ct. Respectfully solicit the
patronage Of the pulilic.
JACKSON ST., - KCSEEUKO. OR.
llu- most inteiestiug, intensely las
ciiiating .and popular su'oseriition hook
e er published.
fh.r n in el.
Ihuiiio-t Ltii'.us mill siiuocs-iftil Aim-tiran
V.uur, nn ! au.lt, r ,.f flu- lleaiitilni Storv,"
"". a-'d I-an 1." "Thts World's Wonders,"
It i .-a iu4teliie WO UK OK ART. Over
I, j.jo migiiificent spirited engravings, de
signed an;l executed by the bet artists and
cngravets n:i two Continent embellish Us
uaj;cs .tiiJ rt, 1-1 cvcilenicnt t; vv. .tiler. In
aililiiii.ii t.. i!s:., inroiu;:tr:ibii d-siurc is
apk-invifn! m.iav grand and beauliful
r t" u. i'. i ; !; t'ni .V) i i i i j i ,ix c rami
I'L-V I i.S. i tie nine Lrilii.ir.t colors used in
the pictures j i.iduce an almost dazzling effect,
m.-il.ing them perfect j;enis ul ar(, and executed
.it a co.-t of 95.000,
AGENTS W fiTED,'n's!::.::;
m.iikal.lv h.i..k. Old ex.etiei:i:ej agents
: !iasp it at iijjli:, r..r they r- a!ic ilu-ie is b;g
menry i , it. In le.iiity it 1-a 111 -.i vi-i nf l..ik
. nul-.m ait. it you a-u lo tuike some
; niL-ncy, here is a. golden iii,rtunilv foryon.
i Ai iscnry for this w.-tk i, uotih
, It is ackiiuwie-X-ed i y a!'.
; agents to lie tiie lutn'.-omesl
-.!'. j.i;!i!i:,iieis .and
and cheapest book ever puMished. .Send im- ,
: mediately for i lustuted circulars and tirms j
j free, or the opportunity will l e lust. To have j
1 time and to secure it instantly, send $1.00 for
J a complete canvassing ciulit an.d name choice !
i of territory. EXTRA I.H'.KKAL TKRMS 1
j and EXCLUSIVE TERRITORY Ruaran- j
j teed. Working agents are coming money and ;
I you can do tne same.
j Xeiiier experience nf capital in
I require! to ewjii'je in ihix enterprise,
a the look trill sell it self if properly
presented, and wag ire our Agents -It)
l:ii's time in wftirt ,. deliver and
collect I'J'ore ayiwj -.
THE HISTORY CQ
73 MARKET STREET,
: San Francisco, Cal.
Xoik-c For ial)Ucii!um.
I fli.-o nt l:!v'.i!i-.-,-fo'r.1 ' Amr. ??, ISsfl. '
' t uTICB Is. IIKUEIIY -JttS Til T THE I oL-1
. l.t lu-Ai:i nnr:-,eu sfctiicr has i-lt-J i;otu-e ,.t 1:!;.
, iiitcr.ti'jn 1,1 ni:t!;e linul .r,...f in iiii-i,rt (J Jt),
' -l.uin, and lhi t-iid ,ro,.f uili l.c u.ji.ie i,t-f..rt. tl.r
IU;.-;-te.-or IU-ri ivir i.l L". S. I.to,,! (M'ii- at U'isc- '
nine, Oieon, Tliui-K''.:iv, o -l. Ktii 1-" ',z
! JAMES 1.. M. CI I I.te. il,
, Il.ilnpste.iii Emrj- No. liw d,r tin- X ' M-.-t::
! rp. U'iW.i-.i W M. lie b;,too 1!...- f..-i,Jii:l;' '
j wiiMe.n.tn.ri.tehi ecminii-uii rcinencv uu.ii
. ami i-ultiv.-itioii l siotl la i,i, mz; S. Mi-i. lil: i..
; (.'. P. T..I-CH, Cuts. .ViJ.-rsutt .mil J.ncili Allen!
1 ,di of Cit-mir.!!-, ll.)i;'.'!:s i-.:uti!i er.jt.n. ' -
! ' 11A.S. V.". J0!l.i'u,
l.-iii.! Offl.-e iM . Ilnsul.unr or.. An- 7 is-.-.
YOTk'KW liCliEUY t.lVi;X THAT Til K i.
, i. ii:i-.iaii,fil Si-UHT 1ms lilt U tlolitO ,.f l.i.T in-
" U'lition t't m.itit: Cmal j-r,.if in sc.i.jm rt -l lier c.'r.im, '
. anil that fuiii proof wiii l.e mailt- ijt'f.Tt' Hie ile-ii-ivr
: ami lira-ivi-r .,f I'.s.lirsil . tlicrat ItMol-ar", Or m.
- 1 SatunlRV, Oi-tubur l;uh, 1 ,.-
rex a la;ii-:k.
1 Pre-emilinn IV. S. Nn.Cir. for tne NW. J .if ;V. J.
; Ssctiun 8,Ti-."j, $ It 6Wt. Shi nnn the full.m-'
. iiia witii.M.H t,i jiri.VB her i',iiitinii.,u. resiiiei.i
. Ulhin and eult.ivatii.ii r,f. jiaiil Ihti.I. viz.- V li
j Williams, Mart h.i WilHanm, f I.in.kiui: t;;;?jiir
Iani.l -ilii-r of .-;.i!a Or., liemv Ijujir,
j Kosehurir, Oi-i--'.i;,
in is. v,". je 1:: t n.
WILLIS MIAMI!'!, IV-orm:,
Kee.s constantly on hand Choice Holler Flour, Uran nutt chop f.t-.l ut the
.O vwr3.'5 PltlCUS,
lilghest esh juice Hihl
invite tlie public palrouago, ond guarantee sati-sf.action. !
W. KRAMER, ;
W. (I WOODWARD
l 'a-rics a I.-tr;c and (
a r ness.
In lact evervih-.n.s i lat i-m l.e f..i-.n,l in
as hu pn.-cs arc :ow a-, the .owe!
" " ' ""
F. I'.. Wjinr..
7T A T
Beef, pork, mutton, veal, corned and smoked
meats, hams, baeon, lard, j
shoulders, etc.. etc. !
t'orncr Jat kson and Cass Streets, Tosebur?:, Oregon. j
Slaughter house on Roherts creek ranch. !
- ; XEW TODAY.
tor sale by H. A. j
lUi 1IIUS1C UUUK8 UIIU
n . . :
Fiist Annua! Exhibition f tha
SUic- Uuan.', e-f .;ticuiliire will he hel.i at
bm ihHL ru n ,
MONDAY. SEPTEUBEK 23. "89
And Continuing I'iveDats. I
LIBSBI- PREMIUMS !
Are offered in every department, aggregating :
more than )
&,QOO in Cash.
There is the Best Mile K.ice Track in the '
State on the grounds, and there will be run
ning and. trotting races each day.
PRICES OF ADMISSION:
Men s day ticket . 50' I, Men's season tk't $2.00
Women's." tk't. .25 j Women's " ' .7; :
Send to the Secretary at Jjc!;s,ni'ie fcr
I'leinium li-i. i. W. RIIilH.E,
ROHKRT A. MILLER, S.c.
The above buuic, usually sold for $j. 50 a
copy, will be given free to anyone purchasing
5-20 01 g wis at .Moore iV Lvans tluring the
next 60 day nml paying cash therefor. A .
MOORE i FVAXS - - KO.?EBLTRG. i
"V'O!';, r is KfUEtsY GIVEN THAT Til!-: IX-.i--
-.i-icil, Ai'ministrattir i.f the Enrntt- ,. Or
in....--. i-iu-Mil, d.M-.iie,I, in imriUKiii-c -,( an orilt-.-"I
th i.,,uni e. urt ,f tnn-'i;'.n unity, st-.ie i f
Oriv.im. in it.c t rnu-iit -ii..;i ,.f iirn'nto t'ii?ii.e-rti mail.- .
aaU enUi-e.l in ihi.- . ,.; s,c..l .,.,irt ,,u 1 lie i.';'.i
,;uy.f.!u:i.i-Mi. .,; 1. ,. :;.! .;.-. t Au- i.t.
1 nt i-.i-!.-.i.l- I I i s - .ira.il. 1111 tltc ai.l
.":;" '' ' ' 1. !..-!, ,.-t l.;,M-r, l..r i
, - : -i (i.. :. i-...-l r?:.i ,ri.H.Tty :
.ltu- t-t 11 . u i . i". T iv, s-r.e ..1 Ort.,,,11, t.i-wii; !
: :-r i.-.r" '1 -i -i: l .i.-- m.i:; 11 i-isl .iilnrt-jr tiini thi.
-.s i.sif ,.i!ia ,...- !i ej.t ;;;. rter ..I Sis-iimi H.
1- .. ; -i::H -1 i: li West, i'l Dciijlas .
v. .'.'1'. . I ! l'.1 :-,.i. -..11..: 11 ; :i; I .irc.
.' lU i tir. iKi. .:.i-,- iI Jti.y, ls..i.
:i. M. t. Al.l.WKI ! ,
A ! iii.ti.Jn ,r-.r Kit u..i ij.i.ni.l.j Ct.i-.v, II.
? f", vi ?s t-s n t
(ipen.-it nli times, !t 1 he residence '
of .1. J r.inpiar on tint 'niiik t f the
Umpipiu licerin : besiutiful shade.
J. J. l-'ariiuar, Prop.
for all lii!s of -raisf.
Pii.!-c II , r-.- i,.,.
Give him a ra.l i
J 'Formerly Clianiiis.iieV liukcburt W jfj JF jtffY M 0
srictiy an wiiita ziczv.
FREE CONVEYANCE TO jC.ND?IID?.1 .lr.T. W KiTT -rnjlIN
i !B 11 1 u m nt h
First-class Furniture ot nil varieiiiM :w grades has just been
opened in floeum's tmiidin.
If you will call, examine and leant j.-n ( y m will be please d
5 Roil room sels'from S20 to 870, and tj .viu-.l.
'. Chuii'4 from f5to 15 per set.
i Redheads from S to and i! otlmr ..-!.; i: proo-rii.,-.
i . A fu I1"0 of Sh .des Coniie 'Poles Pi'tire Fr.unes
i tnt-H, etc. Also a;;ent for Sinij.T Sewing .MHelii'iie-i.'
i K'f stricwy 111 st cbt-s, wi !l
Vt tto C.'i lilicitcs j.)o I J f
Didueiics (!!. S. f).) jjiv.ni" i to :
n:.d 1 xpensics rea-soualile.
Send for inforiuKtion t 1
nSTTSn a -x
J. F. BARK
ing the lagest stock cf Staple
aud Fancy Grcoarles ever
brought to lie sc; biirg and will
n - ,.
uali at unci
j The "CEXTENNI L" Fannin .; r-ft!!
! the market
"LANSIXU" Steel Skein Wngcns.
Crank and Half Spring "Wagons
Four Spring Hacks.
; Buggies and Carls at EXTI5K.MFJ.Y
(Hidden llnrb Wire Horse Shoes-
E E li , I v I S M ,1
: M 5 1
Stoves and lianges Doors and Windows White
'Chester Pifjcsaml 81.ot Cnns-
This Space h
Sucs'os to J. Gildersleeve..
!' l-'st !..ii"c'!Mi : a'-l wlit -mr.y l.tvcr this hmi' wish
J". .r. ;i""r, rroprictor.
tixiKhf.), u:id ut l.vtl m
'.s-C ' -??es, Proprietor
iV 6 ' 'l
. v. o-v :
- J 890:
P ri :i i y
st li K A.
ft . 5 2
UiG bfSt 111! 11
6nd Ti.iware) of
Tacl.lis an.! Ilttrdw.
., J,-;.es i -i
Reserved For tha
y a '. .( - 1 ) - j , . ,. ..Z i; 1 -;... .-- :' .:.n:.
Si-.t-'u "A h-iihiiy b.-item. lioard anil
::oo-l p.-tct i-ir te.c.eis iTevme fi.r ih. If L-:.rl-
-w. c. ii.'A-L!-:v, .. n. r.r.. is., ro'
Hf ; nil 3-; ' i- 'rnj! 0U? ES
Lil d h 1 u , i S i -S t ; I 1 , I
1- . j j, jiJii viJl
F'ir business pursuit ot the Portland Businen
Cv:!.ff. I'nrllaad. Oregon, or at the Capital Bue-ine-...
j"-if. Salem. Oregon. lth schooli are
rimlvr the Ju:iriai.'clH-nt (! A P Arr:.-limij. hnve
SHnie coiire i.i bluilieai'n'.l aai.i.; iuiv of tuition.
E5 ta si s n e s , s h r I Ii a n d ,
Ts-sa-wr-tm;;. Per.matuhiu a! llnrf-sh Deit.
tot-lH.-. 1..-'. -v1 evening .ses.-.i'
imttt.-.l .ii c-i.v lime. K'ii joiiil l
THIS SPACE IS
j a. c. marks' livery stable adv
RESF-RVEU 10 :
V.IIALF. & GALLIIIER
MVilCAL !TRIMEXTS, SELEM, OREGON.
Now Is Hie Time
A Newspaper Devoted
to the Best Interests
of theGreat Ump
Boseburg is Growing,
Douglas County is
The Review is
3: -s. J.-a.sm.
It Circulates 2,000
Copies Every Week
tion list is Grow
A Live, Progressive
Newspaper is the
' in the Upbuild
ing of a Coun
Br C. MINNIS, ,
Musician and Surgeon,
Oilice at Dr. J loover's o'd office,
kOSEBCRG. ( OREGON.
Xotice Far Publication.
; LandOmeetR.eburg,Oreitoni JulylJ ltia "
VOT1CK IS HEREBY OtVtN THAT TOE TOL
. tention to make final oroof in .
I 4 that -Id prfPM dXfo'.hil.e,ai'D
' . Atltrbury of Oak fsv ti iI" If" .
CH AS. W. JOHNbTON,