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nzil? TATm?T3T?ATTY17ATrn SATURDAY, APRIL 28tb, 1883. VAOAHT LARDS. - otJB salem'lettee. TiJTES ; T CYI9IPTOM3 OF A . P2D 5.1VEK. IT" Ed. . dependent: It has been quite a Ipng time jjihcc your corres pondent Las written a line for tbese columns,! and yet I Lope you will con sider that for the time being Le is once more at home. -' !.. Salem; is improving in the matter of j increase 'of population, in the price of I , i . , . . . j -liRfttioa to exortiou cf body or ir.ind, her towh lots, and ill various Other irritabll.ty of temper, Low spirits, with matters-f-cven in . the matter of dissen $iens in the ranks of the faithful in the Republican partv. Te the wise exer tions or tne iscotcn company a corn- i -pany that has made many permanent and profitable investments here, and ha3 and is engaged in completing sev eral important enterprises are alone 1 ( 1J iL. f i i. il. . . I "Krrr" cuargituits, vue iirst part, oi tus grati- 1$?.? tx33 of Appetite Bowels ccstivo. Pein in h.& llezd, witn a dull esnsatiou in tha jack part. Tain uaJer tlie Shoulder iai:i8, faliiieaa after oatm?, with a disin- i I'oelirutcf havisij neglected seine duty, ve&rineps. iJisaniass, Fluttering &t tbs Heart, Dots before tha eyes, Yei low Skin, iBiidache B3aerari7 ever the rfbt eye, Iq's.ioKzap.i, with .fitful drecme, highly -circu Urino, and con.TrfPATJO'?.' TTTTT'S VI l.Ls arc e;:piaily adapted to tuOi c;sc. oao ilotnj effect KUut a change I i'wiiiis as to ttstoi.ish the sulterer. TSity iKrc3P !tn An? jit e, ami cause the amy 1.11 In&e - t".v.ii, tlit.s the svstem is .iiirftMfJ. nr.;l by tHr Vn Action oti-tbe IS jf4.ie i t; ,xJ'l l-H5nr Si&aU ere pro aiiwd. l'i:co Vi.ctn:d. &5 SSarmy St.. JU. V. 13 hkay H.unoitTVirTsrcTT.s chansrert to a Glossy UiJack by ft single application of this Dye. Itim parts a r.aturiil color, nets Instantaneouslv. Sold oy tn-uggists, or sent by express on receipt of iU 3FS'i:E, 35 SII RCAY ST., KEWtOHH, jT Dr. 7rn EAHCiL ot Va'nnUe trirnstton nd Maniac uuccm&ed the ciidfe. slack at In ansv;er to numerous inquiries as ; to whether. ihero are government land3 ia this county available for settlemen yo state that a largo portion of the vast territory cmbiaced within this, count remains unsettled and unsurveyeel, and nearly all of it will be valuable, either for timber, pgriculture or grazing. East of Itoseburg is a vast section of coun try as yet undeveloped, and wo might add, unexplored, as but little is known 'of it. Tho Saditli river country, lying north and we: of Drain station, is perhaps the beppart cf the unsettled portion , of the fount v. The river heads in the mountains, some fifteen miles due '., north of tho town of Drain, and ilows - ' nearly due west and emptiejs into the bjiy or inlet at the mouth of the Ump- .'qua, two miles bslow the town of 'Scottsburff. Tho east fork for some 'five or sin miles above its junction vflows through, a beautiful level plain, from one-half to two miles wide on either siuo f tho stream, with small fir limber near the banks, showing that the country has once been a burn The land close to the banks of the stream is higher than back near the ' hills, where numerous prairies of swamp -rass, with scarce any timber, abounds, some of them containing from fifty to : "ono hundred aei-cs in a place, which , needs nothing but a drain to tho river to make them first-class fanning lands. From ihe forks clown to tide water, a 'distance of eighteen or twenty miles, M ; the bottoms on each sida are similar, 'except the growth of timber is larger. 'Considerable legging has been done on the lower part of the stream.. The foot- for XT. S. Senator. Lills, or bench land next to tho bet- the "old toms, are covered for nearly the entire term themselves cannot help but feel length of th river, with aheavy growth that they gave up the caucus nominee "of large fir timber of the best quality, tor Ssnator through compulsion on the The drifts have been cleared out so j PAt of an insignificant minority in or that sawlogs can be floated the entire derchat the party might be properly 'lanrrfl, r.f Hift Ktrrnm. represented in tha TTnitft.1 8tafa Sor. -to I I . " 1. There ar numerous small streams ate and the fear, too that the Demo- .laCKhOn SlTCCt, flowing from the mountains on either crata might secure the next Legisla SOU til f Mrs. ComptOIl's, and "aide of the liver, with bottoms in many ture; and those whs backed the "eigh. display tiieir new Stock of Illil- piaces suincienuy wide to make good uisappointea since senator farms. Within the last year a number has not seen fit to give them all I,S5C1T goods, Oil Thursday, ' of perssns have 6ettled on-the east fork tno offices. Consequently there is a April 5tll, Ladies arc invited ql tois river, ana are about to cou- ,YiUC m we pany mat uas here- mence building a wagon road from tofore considered invinciple in to caU ail sco olu Kats, Bon Di-ain across tho mountctin to their Marion. Who can and will promote nets, Kibl0113, Flowers, etc. settlement, which will in time be ex- harmony within the party ranks before 13 nniinr i. 'tended down the river to tide watei- t election, it is difficult to say. . m, ij ivx Application has been insula' t ih 'As yet there is no star in the east an- H"1 r?CCllca H OKl ban ffran- 1 1 United States authorities for a survey nouncingthe birth of a party messiah, ciSCO. ' of this country, Which we hepo will be and " oae s coming is much longer de- made during tho present season, as it IaJed 1 ara certain, if he should at last will attract persons in search of 'homos arrive "would only come to be cru- to this section and add material wealth Clfied between two questionable charac- ia' our. county. ' ters. iveu the two party papers the Talk and the Statesman cannot an-ee. " The Czar of Russia, whose corona- They each represent a win of the par- tion will take place next month, is in ty, and when they commence slinnn" mortal uread 01 being assassinated at "ith at eachother, ono naturally teels ""ly111 to appear and answer the complaint nied ... C . . i, . , fying- intelligence stated above; and the latter part well, to the conseqtien tial cussiidness of a party blsated by continued fine feeding upon public fd der paid jfor. from the public purse. I am Confident that Salem is on the eve and is now enjoying the first fruits of its greatest prosperity, and that the brightest jbusiness days of the city are dawning upon the pleased visions of many of its long expectant but now appy citjizens. Rut as to the pros pects of the offiee-secking Republicans in this county or city I cannot speak ?Clieflal UpAcliaurtSP CA r.1fl,lJn I 1 G..1 1 T I -J i . I ocratic mayor, and you remember we mr tllP 1 1 ! 7 T- . t I ' Mx ueru aisa a u emocratic snoritt equally lis efficient as our mutual Jp. Lnend liogan proved himself to be and you knowj that is savins: a rood dealV this is not all. The senatorial contest last fall was an extremely bit- S.CL?LC ter one apd its effects will be felt for many a day rankling in the hearts of those Republicans who will always be- ieve that the Republcan party was cheated by traitors within its own anks in ie defeat of John II. Mitchell or V. S. TI;e 'Famous Unrivaled . Tlio Hardman Piano, A strictly first-class instrument at moderato price; Also T2ic Popular Tease Piano ! A. L. BAN I'OFT &,CO., 721 M.u st, San Francisco, , Sole agents fcr Paciiic Coas SUMMONS. estate af: J ed clase aid. ike at eniakaLLi Lata fu'lces. aiL CASH! if. Zt. Macd. The "straights" StS X . MUUnory. Shop, SPRING OPENING! The blisses Smith will open In the Circuit Court of the Suite of Oregon for tho County of DonHa.i A. F. Brown pIS. vs. j Suit ia Equity Lawrence I'lowman v. to Hester E. riiiwnian I Foriviln a'iiinrfriT Hyman AhnxmActJ ' fliu LAWKEACE PLOWMAN AND IIESTEU E. X riort'man, dofendaiits in the above entitled suit. In the name of the State of Oretfon, you are hereby " n .. ,L . . rt uiul of tho next re-ular term of -said court, to-wit: The unusually active and two thousand of chase a patent sprin clothespin with f?cmd Monday the i4th day of May, a. i. isss, and 4i' - 1 lit" . , , . , 1 0 k it you fail tn answer said complaint the plaintiff will ;Uiem IiaVO already been arrested for Which to rlnsn im his nnetrUa roo take judgmeut against you for want of an answer and r I " I- ' .wVJl J..? I ' L liL. I 111 m. I will In tho Circuit Court in and for Douglas county, State cf Oregon. Nannie J. Moore, plaintiff, ) Suit in equity vs. fora John W. Moore, defendant ) divorce. IN THE NAME OE THE STATE OF 0!tE30X, you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed ag-ainst you by the plaintiff, Nan nie J. Moore, in the above entitled suit, on or beJure the first day of the next regular term of said court, to wit: the second Monday, the 14th day of May, 1S33, and if you fail to so answer the said complaint the plaintiff will take judirment against you for want 01 an answer ana will applv to trie court for the e- uef demanded in said complaint to wit: for a decreo dissomng the marriage contract existing between the plaintiff and defendant, for the custody of tho minor children, Lcla May Moore and Ethel J. Moore, for such alimony as the court may deem just and proper and for the costs of this suit. This summons is published by order of the Hon. Ii. S. liean, Judsre of the Saltl Circuit court for Douglas county, Ktate of vreon, Eiaae ana entered t en. ft, isss. J. W. HAMILTON, Ji45-7w P aiutiff's attorney. Executor's Notice. ft UP r 3 Jherman, Clay h Co. Pacific Coast Agents for rV' tlio Celebrated T3i efore Y'on do TMat n fef Tnr i.sr. p. n K 9 U I. J t ii 11 r & il ''r'l 1 t"tl .0 AND RUY A NEW SET OF . . ,,- ' 2 t. ; -.wrJC Mamtes. s a facial One of the biggest and best stock of goods ever brought to town. I nothing but the best leather and have got use EVERYT M THIS LI iL.' ' :' ,1 r.- b - -- 1 j -''-f--r -f-; 1 Bont Fail to See Sle! 1 L i. wo jVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT F. P. IIO JLl ffan was appointed Executor of the lvt will and testament of J. C. Flocd Sr.. deceased, late of Doug las County, Oregon, on the li h day of Mar.li, ISSA by the County Court of said County, and has duly qualified as such Executor. All persons having uiumis iiysiiiisi, bum estate are nereny noiineu to oic sent the sanig, with proper vouchers to tne at my store in the crane building Roscburg, Douglas coun ty, Oregon, within six montlis from d:ue hereof, and all persons owing said estate are recftiircd to make uniueaiauj payment to tne undersigned. F. V. HOG AN, Executor. A. r CAJirBELL, attorney for txecutor. m50-7t nnfrTi a s tt f, iW THE ONLY STSELETCr 0E&A1TS The above cut represents styla 50, which tn will sell for S190. 23cash,10pcrraoDth with interest npoa fieferrwl payments, tn pv ceut per mouth. Good stool and book Included. Address SHEHHAX, CliAY & CO. Cor. Kearny and Suiter Sts.,' Saa Francisco, Cal. I nerman. Glay m Go. Aircnts for tlio Celebrated. . fi ... i c. . . .tt 74 vrz 12) TTiir:T5TnTr"nTr!iTrp ? FARMERS ATTTENTIOA Bmc BOO S5 ;F011 TOE REST WEARING FOR MEN AND BOYS AND THE MOST DURABLE SHOES FOR 3RSSES AND CHILDREN Try the Celebrated . . IN UC4L AS - COUNTY", UPRIGHT, SQUASI 1 6BAHD Ackuowlpdffed bTallMufiicalAnthorltlestobo the UICST PIANO now manufactured Prices as low and terms os easy as conslsteoi with thorough workiuauBhip. Addrees f V SHERMAN, CLAY Si CO. Cor. Kearny aud Sntter Sts. San Francisco, Cal. ' x Suhseripdon Price $2:50 Per Year. ITAMYi OBGAlffifflS H-CHMlD''att23, Manufactured by PORTER, SLESSINGER, & CO. o.tu i'ranciseo. 'iney are fruaran teed to give satisfaction. Will no oryak in the back or rip in th side. Ail goods of this manufacture made by ttime nifn. io L-hinamn pmnlnvwi Merchaiddise INCLUDING EVEr.Y VARIETY OF LADIES' DUESS OFT HE LATEST STYLE. - Styles, cf all Varieiy and Shads3 AT THE row The only InBtrnmenta that children tin plc$ 'fcswell as grown persons. Only five xuinutea time required to learn how to manage them. Any kind of tunes can bo played. Finest aecote paniment .for the voice in Binglng. They ars Bold bo low that any f auiily can easily procure, one. Having ono no family could get along, without. Prices of different styles $8, $10. $12 and $14, including twenty-five feet of music. Send for catalogues and price list.. AdV dress i SHER5IAN, CUVY & CO -s 2 V ISole Agents for the Pacific Coast if fVCor. Kearny and Sutter SUfj L w Xgaa Fraaclaco, Coi.' A flop:d& co.,.. BOOTH ftROS- E. (I. VOUNU.. ' KOSERFRO. ....... YUNC ALL A ........OAKLAND OF - gon for the plotting against the Czar's life, . easy rests the head'etc. TlTBV lafct. n,-iHfir.il - imi."!-'" ia w mc fci- xicpiiunuiiu uosom, tne natrec. betveen feet that Lilly Mahone of Virginia is the two factions of the party, and if a nnlllnn il. ! i . . 1i1 . . uxiuijj iui tuu uumiuaiion oi vice-prcs- goou iicuet is put up by the Democrats ident on the Republican ticket, relying why should not that ticket bo sucesss on the support of Pennsylvania on ac- full Everything points that way now; count of his tariff principles. This is and if I should prove a true prophet, I i : stood off by the report that Ben Butler can already imagine, when the -lad is working tor the trst place on the tidings are telegraphed to I p - I ; -" wcu uwvuieu ill U1C Vt'lll UUltitl 11.;. .J? , UVlt:.T1,,e.S:,K:,i S the N W. Jand N. 1 of wictciiicaa ui k mil wfiir:ii eviarc in t m A v V(U, a f aimlv t.n fhw iiutrt ft-.- , fTT 1 .1 - I . " - it .vtv VIII iriict UUI11UI1UUU 111 Un- ncntly. 111? heated neiSOIial ftttanta ??u i,m!,,ai,lt to-wit; For a judgment and decree to tha i ana the S. of the N. F.. I of sue turn 24, T. 25, S. K. 7 W. of Willamette meridian oi laUUS 111 lloUClaS Count r. Orftmn. lid mni aviriliirr v i.i,u nun, ,no procecus ot ttie sale be applied " I'aviiitlll OI mo costs ftml vimiEfl n t in fn. closure and sale, and that the claim of the li.ffnl- ant, llymtin Abraham, be rsccrtained and paid out of said proceeds, and the amount due to the plaintiff upon said note and mortgage be paid therefrom and the baloncc, if any, he paid to said defendants, Law rence I'lowman and Hester E. Plowman or their neira or assigns. This summons is published by or- ucr i'i iion. u. . uean, Judge of said Circut Court, HERMANN and CALL, "50 "t Attorneys for Plaintiff, Democratic ticket. coseouro; VKQtt DAY'S CPuEEK. A. C. Bfisil?- tvlm h - w wwii WWW Vil . tho railroad extension in the blacksmith uasixiess, nas retnrnoa nome.......iJavii Oneal, who has been living up near Elk creek, now lives on the Stinger ranch, where ha is convenient to school..... J ulius Poolo has grown weary cf batch ing and is now enjoying his leisure among tho fascinating forms and cap tivating sra ilea ef Canyon ville and Day'i creek... ....Samuel Marks Esq., who is beliked and highly esteemed by every one, paid our community a visit Jast week. Uncle Sam is ever welcome by all in this vicinity... ... .Prof. H. P. Webb of Roseburg, held church ser- that black JUarion has been redeemed has gone Democratic hearing "Old" Fuller thankfully exclaiming: "All right, Gabriel toot your horn, for the day of jubilee hasi surely come!" I saw "Honest John" on tho sheet yesterday. He looks more like a race horse than he ever did, and is in charge of a Mr. Adamson.- trainers on the coast. He is entered for the six hunilrfed yard race to be run in Portland, and believed here he will show his competitors in tho contest a clean pair of heels. I shall invest a few dollars upon his doing so. Talk ington & Heffron (our . "Bill") have a saloon here and are doing a fine busi ness. Their saloon is the hnest in the city. W. II. Byars has purchased a Administrator's Notice. neat residncf fni-morl tr 1 ,.. i. -i i i , i - " -"vt n.o oiuueuy .icw at me scnooi room last fcaubath. 0f Geiu Odell. ond is we 1 nW Vit , The Professor has several old pupils in his new house. Mrs. " Anne Enels is this district, who are always glad to vmg her sisters here, and is much meet him........Tnl.n FWI-. o. improved in health. John W. Kellv modating postmaster, has one of the 1 7 of'Salem, .1 ' . Wl 1 u and seemperfctlDhaDnvan.lpnntniArl 4 v.r.i I i TT I A r IV w w uuwi, guuens onsoutn umpqua. whh their lot. Jo. -Ail i t,Wn Jcsepn uoyle has . been stopping on the world easy and holding 1m own, Cow creek for7 the past week with his I More Anox uncle. .;.Prof. J. R Blundell, who has ,coii uwijjwouiiy sick ior several clays, Ax Oregon Pbima Donxa. Miss is now improving. His many friends Belle DuBois. who. it will lm rm,m. in this district are very solicitous for bered. sailed ten .nm fw bis recovery.. .....Hon. John Stewart to complete her musical studies in the jias sou ms tarm on Day's creek to conservatory of Milan, Italy, yesterday uu UBUU Wi" remove witn made her debut at that nlnm in h., i,:-'.n- . -nr.-L- . "-v x xij lu ,t immugum xerruory. opera as tke prima donna. flnl aa t .. ... . i - 1 , ciiizen ana neigunor Douglas musical training has been of th ht .county has no better than Hon. John order there can be no doubt of a brill- by the critics of thit musical mart .Quoscnbe for the Independent, 1 fTelesram Anril 2nd. - A ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN dcrsigncd has been duly apfiointed by the Coun ty Court of Douglas county, Oregon, and has quali- iicu auuiiiiinirator oi tne estate oi Kohert jmc Clanahan, deceased, late of said county. All persons having claims airainst said estate are hereby notified to present the same, with proper vouchers, to me at Canyon ville, fn Douglas county, Oregon, within six months from date hereof, and all persons owinar said estate are required to make immediate payment to wie unaersigneo. JUCULAN A11A. L. F. Mosiikb atty. for administrator. March 10, 1S83. European Steamship Tickets. CONFERENCE RATES. TICKETS SOLD TO AND FROM ALL PARTS OF Europe to all S points of Oregon, . Washington, Idaho and M.mtana, at greatly reduced and Imvest possible rate over the following lines: North Ger man Loyd Steamship Company. Hamburg American I acket Company. White Star Line Steamship Com pany. Red Star Line Steamship Company. Ameri bTktteretoSteam3h5P CI"1panjr- Al'l1,Jr lrsonally or OELDNDORFF, HARVEY, and LEAHY No. 10 Washington street, National Bank Cuildin-r ; P.O. Box 68, Portland , Oitgon. ' JAMES DEARLIHG, Blacksmitli and Farrier, OAKIiAIVDt OH: And welil-known to the people of Doujr. las cofnty, would respectfully announce that he U prepared to do all kinds of work in his line, and guarantees Batisu faction. HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY. Any farmer having a plow to Bharpen or macuinery to repair will do well to srivo me a call at my old stand. I have a full tock of iron and steel and liavinjr purchased the same at a low' price, can do work, so far as prices are concerned, cheaper than any who will at tempt competition. J AS. DEARL1VG. In tlio Circuit Court of tho State of Count v of limiirlnfi Sarah E. Goodwin, plff., ) Suit in equity VS. V f..r Joseph F. Goxlwin, def. j a divorce. To Joseph F. Goodwin, defendant: in tne name of the State of Oregon. You are hereby required to am tear ami nntm- th ,.r,-...i filed against you in the above entitled suit, bv the plaintiff, Sarah E. Goodwin, in thf b.,v.. ..xMtinA court and suit, on or before the first day if the next regu.ar term oi saui court, to wit: The second Mon- uay, tne 14th day of May, A. I). 18S3, and if you fail unonct iiiu timiuiiiini uie piaintin will take jud" ruent against you for want of an answeranu will ap ply to the court for the e!ief tlcitiainld in B..i.l plaint to wit: For a decree dLsso'.v ing tho marriaj-e contract existing between the plaintiff and defend- unbttiiu uirj judgment ior the corts aud disburs liients incurred in said suit. This summons is pub lished by .onier of lion. R. S. Dean, Judge of said vucuu court uatea rcuruarv 9, ISKi. HERMANN & BALL, - Attorneys for plaintiff. 45-Tw JOSEI ntlemen . CLOTHING- I3EI0KE PUKCIIASXQ ELSPWUEItE, " w u xy UNTILFUllTIIER NOTICE ! Will sell goods T FOLLOWING QUOTATIONS: Best brands of prints, 18 yds. 1 00. White Rock and Lonsdale Mus lin 10yds..,. SI 00. Canton Flannel from 9 to 1G cents per yard; Ladies Brocaded Dress Goodd, 11 cts. per yard. Cotton Batting 20 cents per yard. Brooks', Cout's and Clark's spool cot ton. 60 cents per doz. Ladies' Calf Shoes, $1 75 per pair. Ladies' Cloth Balmorals, "SI 50 each. Table linen from 35 to 60 cts. pr. yard. Costa Rica Coffee No. 1 guaranteed, seven pounds for $1 00. . Tea, ourtwn Brands, 37 cts. per lb. Sugars from 11 to 13 cents per lb. Toniatees $1 75 per dozen. Rica No. 1 Carolina, 8 cents per lb. Aad all otaer goods m our lino in proportion. We have given you thess jquotatibns and hope that one and all will take advantage of our price list CAE0 BROTHERS- Sheridan Bros., Bosburg, Or, Thty would announce luat iLej have just tKl. and new . Te in hand on. rt ,1, Largest: Stock of Hardware Ever brouffht to Doutfaa, and when ad led to their smvpa-nw T r m I'ERNS and HEADY MADE TINWARE they are prepared to deZth 1 , 8u,,ply in the.r iiae ot any house' in 1 SPWrt Attwi ft wiwfi n - Pluoaa P!r Tllirflin cloawurii - ' a ,WBiy we can offer In :he shape of building materials Il the jray t locks, butts etc perior inducements to. purchasers. Tij ua. .' . ' mu Kitii ju uurguius iu iuBj io;;.winsr urands of stoves not Pnn.iu 'vhere Kurd's limine P.,m IT.iliw t..:c r. V. '.. nt galled flge- , ......, . u.uvi, wuiabi, itAld, X aCinC. lift VVect , Occidet Iron Kino;, Empire City, and oth BtovK8 nd ranges St' Uareild TheLstof w-orkmen aro constantly .employed in the manufacture of oor TW We Lave also baragins to offer in guns, such as Winchester, Sharp and tLerlil-'A s well as in Shot-sons and I'isto's 1 lIer We are also Asrems for the White Peerles and New' Home Sewinrr MacLma " whl we sell at lowest rates aud warrant as comtile to m every respect. JM We can also supply - Avcrill ami -'SSubbcr . Paints, j i e nest in the market, &t. lowest rates. uive us a c any one can. Give us a call, inspect ur stock, inquire as to onr prices, and wo promise to unit , &IIEKIDAN BKOji. MTFtOPOLlTAN Wk Tliis PopssSar Mouse Situated in the center of the business portion of Roseburgr, having recently changed hands, has been COMPLETELY RENOVATED, and prepared to the reception of cueafj The DlniDg Itoorn will be supplied with Luebest'tne , Market Affords with good attendance. "As Mrs. Zigler has charge of the kitchen, the oualitv the cooking will be unexceptionable. Kates reasonable. Free the railroad, LOU. ZIGLER. " "rcUU unty, Eliza A. McCarty; pis. . .' WiHiam McCarty. Sldt in uilJr r divorce, To William McCartv. I)eff.sdvt- I vm, kAI,E OF TIIE 8TATE OF OREGON j. iou are nerebv reouimd tn iiainf ij V "ty" nriswer tne court, to-wif- ti, , r-.. fce.or. complaint, the rfainS , u,e ?1 you for want of answer, and w rTrnv to the wit. for a decree dissolving tho . itjd euitody of the nuDoTchitoen "FranchT McCar Ahce O McCarty, and Eliza McrTy, Ld for S Iw161:68 folIoydSedm property, to-wit: The northeast quarter of southcS' quarter of section 8, in township soSthnT west and the north half of southwest quarrnl southwest quarter of northwest quarter oi sectton 0 townsnip 23, south ran ere acre,, and for such other wltef 0 htanf ,, and disburnen Hon R r This summons is published by oruerof the iude of tIre 811(1 drit court for W. HAMILTON, . For prices and terms, addreshs- SHKRS AN , CLAY & CO, General Agrenta for Pacific Coast Cor. Kearny and Sutter St ft.. , Ban Francisco. Cal b, -w. ' pnsrrics & co., PORTLAND, OR,, ; GeXEUAL'.' AENTS M Tirp NTrtn.'T- - : Pacifc Coast. " T. We MORGATiT, AT THE OLD ESTABLISHMENT OF ISIOSE APPLE, NEXT DOOR TO MARK'S & CO., OFFERS FOR SALE THE FINEST VARIETY" LUiiAUUU, UIU AltS AND CONFECTIONERY EVER ' OFFERED IX ROSE- ' BURG, AT PRICES LOWER TIIxVN THE LOWEST. CIGARETTES A ; SPECIALTY. A FINE V SUPPLY OF HOLI DAY GOODS. v CONCRETE PIPE. HENUY OVTEiUIAN AND L0UI3 DELFILS have obtained tha right fur DougUs oouuty far laying- . Goiitlnuous Concrete Pipe, for conveying water, and Louis Bulflls end George i rotsman h;ve obtained the right for Josophinc and Curry counties, and will soil f irm or individual rights and lay pipe at t he cheapest figure. Anv sizo from li to 22 incheiiuriiishod. This pipe U tuuch Oheapcr than Wood, Iron or Lead 1 It U alo well suited for Irrigation or Mining purpose andean be Uid any distance without joints BostLa the xrerlJ. CattliA r-ftnntiiA. Every packngo lias car traJe.mark and is marked IVazcr's. SOLD EV. EIIY WHEltE, no35-ly SUY ONLY CANYON VILLE MILLS FLOUE TniS FLOUR IS MANUFACTURED FROM ONLY the best of wheat. I have fur sulri h!kji Rinn. Shorts, and Middlings. Bacan. Hams. Lard. eta.. eured iu the most scientific manner, j'urehaaers will do me a favxr W inspect my (flock at the Canvonvilln ilills. W. IvliAiLEIi.