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ROSEBURG REVIEW
FRIDAY, MAY 8, 18S5.
" . . '" , r7,'"--S!g
Miss Cleveland's Appeal to Girls-
Mr. Stearns of the National Temper
ance Society and Publication House,
has shown us a copy of the Youth's
Tempirance Banner, for February. 11,
1882, in which is the following beauti
ful article for young girls, by Elizabeth
CUveland. It is certainly" somethii-g
wonderful in the ways of Divine Prov
idence thac a lady of such excellent
Christian temperance principles, and
experience as a teacher, should be
raised to preside in the Presidential
Mansion, and doubtless from thence to
exeit a .purifying influence, as in the
case of Mrs. liases, over the whole
land. The following is the article; ,
ANCE WORK.
J. G. Holland wrote in Mrs. Hayes'
album these words: "Women only can
j tactic iiivi-v4iiun.iii iiiiiaouiiMi&iiSJfy aiiu
heal the Nation of this curse."
What did Dr. Holland mean by "wo
men only 1" Is it tine that only wo
men can make wine drinking unfash
ionable and heal the Nation of this foe
You and I need to ki.ow first; be
cause if only we women can do this
thing, why it is an awful responsibility
upon us, each one of us. And it some
body else can do it, we, like all the oth
ers, would like to give that somebody
lse the job.; it ive vears ago, at Wash
ington, Mrs. Hayes became imsvess of
the White Hous;j, and it was for her,
and no one eis to say what the social
atmosphere should be which surrounded
her cjuestp, and how they should be en
tertained at her house. Well, she did
an unheard of thing. She banished
wine from all her entertainments, 'with
just one exception. Secretary Evarts
made a fuss. He was mortified. He
could not endure to have Lord and
Lady English, Count and Countess
French, Baron and Baroness '.German,
' come to the White House dinners and
have nothing fitforthem todiink not
a drop of poisVm! It was too utteily
queer! So Mrs. Hayes made one ex.
caption in favor of those great foreign
highnesses, and allowed wine upon her
tuble in their presence. But only for
once. Her conscience high-souled
woman that she is! smote hei for that
one little cowardly compromise, with
wrong. She could better endure to
have Secretary Evarts and the Smiths
ashamed of her, than to be ashamed of
herself. So she quietly and forever
after prohibited wine from her table,
and cheerfully endured the lifted eye
brows and shrugged shoulders of the
diplomatics, British, French, ltusian
all, and the little short-lived hiss of
4fhi nimbi " ROnt.r. until fli.tr liixs
turned to a cheer, and fashionable so
il 'tytnr n-d round, like thtspauiel it if,
and trotted on 'behind its mistress. It
became unfashionable to serve wine
and to .'oiler wine wbile Mrs. Hayes
was in the White House.
What Mrs. Hayes - did in the White
House every woman can do in her own
nomf u sue whi. xi cue jnna wno
read these words will each of them,
all together use their influence on the
Ride of temperance, .they" can make
temperance fashionable where they are.
Will yon do it)
Gmerrl Grant does a manly thing in
refusing to drink wine every where and
iik mi ovsi'it.vj J v jo ct vii uiau
n iiu vtlll x. ma moo 1 1 j c? i u
down in ihis esse risrlit side up tool
-while all the grand people around
him are sipping champagne and toast
ing etch 'Other in sparkling driuks.
vr. i. i 1 jic . xi . -. '
'Xu ont? ir.ui ten now iur una uiuo ciiu-
die slwdsits light." But no man can
do for a fashion in society what a wo
man can. It is women only, as Dr.
Holland said.
I wish some
strong,
brurht an jrel
utood btfjre you, just now, while you
read, girls, to flash before you, as no
words of mine can, the power you po.-i
feess to help or to hinder the cmse of
temperance; to make you feel your
respcn-slbility, because yon are girls, in
this matter; to shudder at its its weight
and to never cease trying to fnllfil it!
Doubtless you have heard a great deal
about the value of your smiles; but do
you know the value of your frowns
J wish I could make you feel the value
of your frowns and the importance of
fc owing just what to frown upon.
What a man must do by a blow a wo
inu 11 pan fin bv a frown. When tne
tin.e co.nes that the young man who
now shares his time in your society and
the saloon, who jokes about -1 temper
ance in your presence, and takes a
glass, socially, now and then; is made
to feel that theser things cannot be if
yon are to be his companion at party,
ride, or church, that good societv can
not tolerate these things in its mem
hers; in short, that this kind of" man
is unfashionable and unpopular, then
alcohol will tremble on its throne, and
the liquor-tiatlic will hide its cancellous
face. v
Inasmuch as our much respected
CO temporary has taken so much pains
to make a mountain out of a mole hill,
by showing up a simple typographical
error which appeared in our issue of
April 2itb, we would state that our
dear Bw. was as much mistaken as
any one. By reference to the official
records it will be st;en that at its last
Bes-sion the legislature- passed Hons
Bill No. 43, appropriating $10,000 for
imn?gratiou: purposes. Bro. Harsh
put that in your pipe and smoke it.
The 4tb of July celebration at this
place will be under the supervision of
the Yankee Doodle UunJ, This means
,1 magnificent success,
Circuit (burt Ff0ce3&tng8.
The State vs. M. A. Teller, Grand Larceny,
a true bill, pleads not guilty.
The State va Robert Olford, Larceny, a
true bill, pleads guilty.
Th State va Win. Hefifron, Assault with
a dangerous weapon, a true bill.
The State vs Sam Parsley and Geo. Tut
piu, not a true bill, disharjred.
Kobert Phipps vs Sarah J. Kelly et alf
Sale con firmed.
Kobert Phipps va Sidney Myuatt, et al,
partiton. Allowed aud sate contirmed.
Wm. L. W iloon vs 0. & C. R. It. Amen
ded answer filed.
S. Marks & Co , vs II. G. Crow, et al, or
der in accordance with stipulation.
Wm. Hutson vs O. & C. R R., JuJgment
for $500 and costs.
I. T. McGuire rs W. LI. Wells, et al,
sale confirmed.
Board of School Land Commissioners vj
W. R. Wells, et al, sale confirmed
Zettie Ball vs C. Ball, divorce. Submitted
and decree in favor of plaintiff.
C Ball va Zettie Ball, divorce, complaint
dismissed.
P. II. Dawson -vs Ella M Dawson, divorce,
dismissed at plaintiff's cost. .- .-
Caroline E. Wood vs T. M. Wood, di
vorce, defauli and referred to C. B. Wilcox.
Elizabeth Alexander vs David Alexander,
divorce, default, granted.
Kittie Gabbert vs IC II. Gabbert, divorce,
defaultgranted.
Susan Banks vs John Banks, divorce, dis
missed at plaintiffs cost.
W. Cochran vs Wm. Walker, action at
law to recover money, dismissed at plain
tiff's cost.
B. Hermann vs Wm. Phillips, achan at
law to recover money, order to dismiss.
J. O. Booth vs W.. A. Imberts, action at
law to recover mouey. Jndjjmeat by default
for $3G.64 and 10 percent interest from Jan
uary 5th 1S83, and $23 attorneys' fees, ni
sale of attached property ordered .
J. O. Booth vs M, A. Roberta, action at
law to recover moucy. Judgment by default
for $123.23 with interest from Oct 13 1SSL
25 attorney's fee and order of sale of at
tached property.
Drain & Co vs Joha Mackey, actien at law
to, recover moaey, Judfc'meat by default for
$316.98, with interest at 10 per cent from
Nov 28 1834, $25 attorney's fees and order
of sale ot attached property.
Jos. B, Tipton vs W. B. Atterbury, ac
tion t law to recover money, answer tiled.
E. G. Young & Co vs Crouch & Smith,
action at law to recover money, dismissed.
W. F. Owens vs Jas. G. Marshal, to fore
close mortgage, dismissed at plaintiff's cost
H. H. Nichols va Edsou Adams, action at
law-to recover money, dismissed at p'aiu
tifi's cost.
Henry Conn vs County of Douglas, et al,
appeal from bounty Court on assessment of
damages, motion to dismiss overruled. Iria
set for Friday morning.
G. W. Jones, same.
Thos. McCuiloch, Rjme.
S. Marks&Cj- vj J. W. ireCal'ooh, act
ion at law to recover money, reply filed.
E. J. Pae vs S.iaipson Satberliu, action
at law to recover money, judgment by de
fault for $53 and attorney fees.
Jps. Cellars vs D. S. Stryker et al, J. W.
Krewson apyointed gaardian for minor de
fembuits.
T. R. Sheridan vs J. F. W. Sanbert et al,
judgment ly default ami decree for forec'os
nre granted JohnRistvs D. B. Haroblin.
suit to foreclose nurtag, . Dismissed at
P.aintiffs cost.
State ex R jl L. MoFarland vs A. O. Young
et al, Dismissed at Plaintiff's cost.
Page & Dimmick vs Wm. K- IJanna et al,
Default, Decree for $803,00 with 10 per cent
interest from October 6th 1S84, $SI attor
ney fees and decree for sale of mortgage
prcnises.
Abraham, Wheeler & Co. vs M. E. Pog
ue, action at law to recover money, Default
judgment for 11 9,20 with interest from Ju
ly 10th 18S3, and order of sale of atUched
propei ty.
Jai. Davis vs. W, J, McNeel action at law
to rocover real property and damages. Judg
ment by default for property described and
$50. ; ' ; ; ": ; -. '
RosaTie Pelland et al vs Thomas O'Reilly
etal, suit to quiet title to real property, or
der of publication made cause continued.
-W. Thrask vs Voltaire Garney, et al, De
cree of foreclosure of mort o granted-
P.Wasserman Co, vsR. T. McCulloch,
action at law to recover money, judgment by
dtfault J210 and costs and disburje:i.eat and
order of sale of attached property,
J. W. Rosenberg & Co. vs E. J. Sutherlia
action at law to recover money judgment by
default for $27S.
G. W. Kiddle vs John Wiuders, et al, De
fault and judgment as to Levina Winders for
?102,16 at 8 per cent interest May 24tli 1833
order of sale of attached property.":
Abraham, Wheeler fc Co. ys Gjo. Daman t,
action at law to recover money, default and
judgment.
Willis & Jones vs Abraham Wheelor Co.
action at law t recover money, motion to
make more definite sustained iu part with
leave to amend.
School Com vsG WNoah, Judmut aud
decree of foreclosure
State vs Gcoge Adams and Jas Adams,
not a true bill, discharged
J W Carln vs J R Dixoaet al, Dsmur
or overruled by order of Supreme Court
II il Dumbletony H L Murton, action
to recover personal property aad damages,
Demurer withdrawn and answer filed
H M Dumbletou vs C Dakyns, samo
Is Itot True?
Tiiere can be no argument as to the
qualities essential to a perfect remedy
fr the ills arisiti. troni a disordered or
inactive conauion oi me Mver. otom-
achand Bowels. Everyone will pdmit
that it should be perfectly safe for old
and young of both sexes, at any and all
times; that it should be acceptable both
to the taste and the stomach; that it
should never fail to act promptly and
tho.oughly, yet pa'nlessly, and it shoud
give strength to those oigans. It is
now well known that Pyrup of Figs po
ssesscs those qualities in a pre-eminent
degree S. Hamilton is agent for Rose
burg. -
The following we take from Wednes
day's Oregon ian : ; "
The three, passenger conductors on
the west aide division of the Oregoa
fc California, G. M. Stroud, D. C. Bo
gart and A. K. Oolburn, were relieved
this week and their places supplied re
spectively by Charles II. Carter, M.
C. Webster and Charles W. Kline.
Messrs. Carter and Kline have been
baggage masters, and Mr. Webster
was transferred from the east sida. No
reason has been assigned for the
change, and it is understood that the
conductors were not informed of any
cause for their dismissal."
The. whole community here was
much surprised to learn of the dis
charge of men who had been in the
employ of the company so long, and
these same men having, by their ex
perience in handling trains and pas
sengers, aud their gentlemanly deport
ment toward the traveling public se
cured the confidence of all. It is
regretted by every one that such an
act became necessary, and is especially
unsatisfactory because no explanation
is given them. These were faithful
servants.
From Looking Glass
We need rain.
Business is lively.
Crops will be short.
Looking Glass needs a hotel.
Everybody working their road tax.
The assessor is abroad in the land.
A weddings reported close at hand.
J. W. Carter has retired from the
stage business.
Wm. Turner and D. J. Noah are
the boss blacksmiths.
Lieutenant Lawrence is making his
tegular trips to this place.
Prof. Kendall has a large school at
this place and is giving good satisfac
tion. Sylvester Buell is our efficient den
tist. Can be found one mile west of
the city, Cow Boy.
Some time ago one of your corres
pondents wanted to know how to pre
vent mice cutting oat ha v. I answer,
capture them by placing an old fash
ioned churn in the hay having the top
even with the surface of the hay put
in some grain and every mouse in the
barn will want to know what is in that
churn. I do not lik the conduct of
mice very well so if wecKtch all we can
around the premises there will bo some
in the country to replenish. I forgot
to tell yon how to gf-t them out, hold
a torn cat by the tail wbile lift catches
them. L. C. II.
A Startling Discovery.
Physicians are often startled py re
markable discoveries. The fact that
Dr. King,s New Discovery for Con
sumption and all Throat and 'Lung
diseases is daily, curing patients thai
they have given up to die, is startling
them to realize their sense of duty, and
examine into the merits of this wonder;
ful discovery; resultitig in our best
Physicians using it in their practice.
Trial Bottles fiee at S. Hamilton's
Drug Store.' Regular Size .$1 .00.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give -perfect" satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. Fur
sale by S Ilaniilt in.
The editor, compositors and all con
nected with tie Review are cordially
invited to attend the conceit to be
given at Drain Academy, Mon
day evening, May 11th. Compli
ments of Hexky L. Bexsox.
ROSEBUlia GUOCEttr STORE.
, ROCT. EASTOX, PROPRIETOR,
Jackson Street, one door South of Mrs. Compton's.
HAS JUST UECEIYED
A STOCK OF
CANDIES, NUTS, CAKES,
CRACKERS, TEAS, SPICES,
SUGARS, CANNED GOODS
CO FFEES, ETC., ETC., ETC,
I Exchange Goods fur Good Batter
and Fresh Eggs .
MY Q30D3 ARE ALL FRESH,
KOST. EASTOX.
Assignee's Police.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CEORGE
Dement of Myrtle fieck, Douglas County.
Oregon, ou tho 17th day of Airil, liiS, made a jeu
eftil asi'i'nent to the undersigned H. W. Ste)hen
sn of all bis property under the provision of t lie
Statute of Oreon entitled "An ct to Seeure Cre.Ut
or a just division of the estates of debtors who con
vey to assigns far tbo benefit of creditors, and that
the undersigned has duly qualified iw ruch assignee.
Therefore, All person havintr clHinw 'aesinst the
said George Dement are hereby notified to ir!sent
the same, under onth, to tha undcr.-insd at Myrtle
Cfeek, Douglas (.founty, O-0ifo:, winhiu three month
from this datt. All perils indebted to Uetirge De
ment are required to make immediate pavmcnt to
me. U. W. STEPHENSON.
L. F. MosiiBfc A-yn.e.
Atlv f-r ASniifieo
. Dated April 21, ISS;'..
U mailed COCCSi,
toall applicants r fit & vJ
aim! to customen oflast Tear without
orderiiwit It contains illustrations, prices,
description! and directions for planting all
Vegetable and Flower SKKDS, BULBS, etc;
PORTLAND ADVERTISE MENTS.
C. W. KKOWLES,
L. D. BROWN.
ST. "CHARLES HOTEL,
BROWN 4 KNQWLES, Proprietors.
COR. FRONT AND MORRISON STS., PORTLAND!
IS A FIRE-PROOF BRICK BUILDING OK 180
Rooms,, located In the router t the City. Five
minute wJk to the Past otlioe. Kept on the Euro
pean plan. Rooms from 50 centu to 2.00 per day.
The Restaurant is the finest n the city, the tables are
supplied with the bait. . Meahi, from 15 cents up.
French Dinner, 60 centi Free Coach to and from
the Hoo.-te. A safe Elevator it in the House. Solic
iting a share of the patronage, lam.
Very Truly Your,
L.D. BROWN-
Brs. L. NonriKN.
W. II. Andkus.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL,
(KEPT ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.)
CORNER OF FIRST AND MORRISON STS,
PORTLAND,' - - OREGOX.
NORDEN Jb ANDRUS,- Props.
Free Coach to and from the House.
JUST OPENED.
The New Esmond.
Portlaadj.Oregou.
TIIOS. GUINEAN, PROPRIETOR.
Xew House, New Furniture,
Xcw cvcrythiii;. AI1 modern
Improveinents : Hydraulic
Elevator, etc European or
American plan.
JUST OPENED.
THE
INTERNATIONAL
Cox. Thir'4 aad-'E Streets.
Porllandt Oregon.
REDUCED RATES, PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES,
rj"IIl! LAIWJE AND WELL-APPOINTED HOUSE
JL wituis superior a :uvui iu,tiviu iv j)oiaiar pr.cj.-.
Jiouis :Tc, K.mjius 26c. and 5'W. Ouly tniee bU.ok
irom nil ica.-i and i-ituauier laiiUius, Free Duim
tu anu from tiie Uoiei No Ulihiese ;rviiiit-. Ao
verchar or UcviiUitm ton re ibir rated of $1.00
ir bav . '
aaro-tf E. LEIVISTON. Propr.
Louis Eppingsr, Manager.
EUROPEAN PLAN.
Samjile Rooms for Oonimereial Tra
POHTLAND, -
OltEG
Holtqn House
SQh. Slanager.
X. 6D Alder Street, near 4th, PORTLAND, Oregon.
KEPT ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
THE
NEW YORK , COFFEE IIOU&E,
RESTAURANT AND
Oyster aloon-
THE LEADINO CHECK RESTAUHANT IN CITY
StFERD & HACKNEY. PROP S.
Open Day and Night. Private IlooJUs for Ladies.
132 First Street Portland Oregon.
Established 1S"2. ,
A. ROBERTS,
Comer First and "Alder Street Portland, Or.
THE LEADING
AND
OP OREGON.
THE PLACE TO BUY.
J B CONGLE
Manufacturer, Wholesale aud Retail Pettier In
: SADDLES, HARNESS,
tS.LEATnF.lt AND SADDLEKY HARDWARE.
103 and 110 Front Street PORTLAND, OREGON.
TAPE WORM
. . . .... i
Infallible. Cure In . one-half, to
two hours time 'without -any
piiln. or danger whatever to
the patient. No interruption
of business. Dose: 2 table
spoonfuls. For particulars,
apply to John Wiihelm, Agent
67 Alder Street, Portlautl.
Masonic Temple,
' DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES.
Strictly One Piice.
CARD BROTHERS'
-DE ALE liS IN
Dry Goods j Groceries,
- Croolcery, Clothing, t
TrunlcSj Valjioes,
uscmtiar o& m hit o nzm9
DRESS GOODS
FANCY
VELVETS, , SILKS,
JERSEYS,' CLOACS,
Everything in the line bf'dENKRAL 3IERCIliXOISE
will be sohl from this date on, atbeil roek prices.
ive us a call and convince yourself of our GREAT
BARGAINS at the SRICTLY ONE PRICE ST8RE.
GTTRNEY BROTHERS
' ' ' (o) . .. ' ' ''
Would Respectfllly Announce to the Public that They are Betteh
Tiia Ever .Before to Iuunisii
. -UKVER TIH3NG.IN TIIKIll L.INK."tt-
HAVING lately added & New J. A. Fav Moulding aid MaU-liin MacUine we will keep an imme:ise stoyk
- of the VEU V BEST ' " . .
Z Flooring and Bustic oa Hand-
A FINE STOCK OF MOULDINGS ! WELL SEASONED CEDAR
AND SUGAR PINE LUMBER!
piNE CEDAR RUSTIC, GRAIN SAWED f LOOKING FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE .BARN
t LUMBEKand FENCING furnished at HARD TIME PRICES. U.wd aouad CLDK I'ObTs, RAILING,
PICKETS, tie., for FINE FENCING a specialty.
FOR Reference see Residence of Cy. Smith, 4 miles alove town or Dr. IlamH ton's, Roseburff. We are
bound to tnake tl:e best Lumber and to t'ive sat wfaction. Give us a trial.
i 11 orders left with Thos. Sheridan will De pn.mpii
i aner May 1st. All orders should bo Addressed to
11 orders left with Thos. Sheridan will be. promptly filled, and all Lumber delivered on short notice
THIS SP ACE IS RESERVED FOR
M. J03EPHSON.3 NEW AD.
THE
OX."3.riDE3I
Owned by J. VV. Carlon, the noted
lloiseuntn.
This Faiuoi's H orse is 16 J hands
high, weighs over 1,400 ihs, is of uia
hogony Hay Color. Six years old next
June," Perfect in Form, Limb and
Uody. -.
CliYftE was sired at Salem bv tho
noted imported ' Gi.eneld, winner at
the Centennial 187G, and imported
into the United .States by Jas, Bur
rows, purchased in 1876 by Major
Brncpj and by him-' brought to Oregon.
Gleneld wa. siifd by the greut Scotch
prize wiuuer, Johnny Copp, that won
more prizes than any other horse in
his day, ' lls dam was by the justly
renowned, Glenald.
CLYDE'S dam is the noted Henry
an.l Hatniltonian, brought from Illi
nois to Oregon in 18GS, and purchased
by Jesse Cornelius.
Tl3 attention o all Farmers and
Horsemen is called to the above partic
ulars, and they are asked to call and
see this beautiful horse and get terms.
Good pasturage fnrnishei at reason
able rates. Every jKjssibie care will
be -taken to prevent accidents or es
capes, but no responsibility assumed.
For further particulars ea or address
J. W. O AIILON, Rosebud, Oregon.
$200,000?
TV PRESENTS OIVBX AWAY- Seid U
5 cents t!tat'e, and by m iii you
i an vxr a i.io L-n era rt nrrA- if If TfrA Villi t hat
will start you in work that will at once bring yon in
money faster than anything ele in America. All
about the S20!),iKoin piMnts vith eaeh box. Agent
nanwa view iicrc, i'i v, ' mw
the time, or spare time only, to work for u at their
v n hone3. Fortunes forall worker absolutely
mired.- Don't deUy. U. IUllkx & Co., I'ortlaud,
Maiiie. . -
i
a nm
send six cmtvfor nortasfe, and
receive free, a costly box of tjoodi
lucn w.ll help all, ot either sex to
more money right aw-ay than anything else in the
world. Fortune awa:t tne workers absolutely sure.
At one llreie TAt'E and Co., Augu , Miioe.
FINE STALL ON
GOODS,
SATINS;
VELVETS,
ETC,
Voltaire Gumy
LOOKING GLASS OREGON.
E! NOTICE!
f fTVie Co-partnership herelo
foro existing between R.
S. k J. C. Sheridan is this day
dissolved by mutual consent
the firm retiring from business.
All notes and accounts due
the firm must be paid within
sixty days or costs will be ad
ded. Hardware, stoves and tin
ware will be sold af ' cost tor
CASH ONLY from this date.;
H. S. & J. C.Shoid an.
Kcsebuf, April 3d, 1885.
Lund Corners.
THE FOLLOWISG LAW WAS PASSED BY THE
late Legislature:
To etabli;ih all corners of Government survey,
where the witness tree have been cur, or have lallcn
down, and where there remain the stumnoit which
the lariug marks or blaze ean still be eettt, or
where other evidences of the GOvernineiit corner
may or can be found, whereby the said corner es
tablished by Government suneys can be positively
located by any of such or other decavinjr evidence,
said corner or corners tobe reestablished in the man
ner prrocribed in thiaSection for establifluiig corners,
and ithail keep a ceperate record ot the same in a
boo k called Bearing Trees of U 6. bur-ey, and
giving the date, and n tmes of persons present, and
turn said reeord over to his successor. When so re
established, tbey shall be recognized thereafter as
the legal and ermanent cornel or corner. '
Wil. T1I1EL., Couaty Surveyor.
BlacksmithinG
... ..'
P. H. 5L1THEWS
HA Visa LEASED BOWEH
Bros. Blacksmith Shop is now prepared to all
work in tha Black-aiithinff Line in a firt-cla
nauner. Horseahoein? a si:ialty,
NOTIO
'last
AT
.IPIIjIaAiIIIPj, Oil.-'
J. DILIrARD
wottlJ rtj3pectfaliy inform tho pu:Ic t'aath
hits ou luvml a tiue assortment o
Dry Cdl3, GraeeHe.s,
Re;uly-32.iile Ciatliia
anil i:i f evryt'.iirt illy kepi at .
am store. Uive iilut a vj.11
Goods at Low Prices
AU kinils of Prtwluce
Taken ii B.sj'i.i;ix3 i' S 1j
tSLA o rJcjra pro np:ly Attia It I t.
Dr. A. SEC9S2,
SPE0ULI3T.
Cur all CUr.m'.c Uiijisjf, LUtArr'i,
Afetbtna, Cusauiition, N'ejr.tljfi
Rheumatism, laralysif B.iiiCi Di
ease. Dropsy, White oaiiUij, Stif
joints, etc.
Th:3 treatment thor mg'.ily purirlj.
the blrtod. driving nil iiu:u.lties an'i
corrupt ma'.terf.oin tlie wli lr sygtero
and briud eac aud evry nerv aud
muscle to a healthy late and isJ uaiurul
work. -
All wl.oare s;i.Tv:Iuur fro:n Citron c
Li.sia9C8 are reciuesied to call. Ther
will be' no charge tr cons King with
tiie patient, lerms in all cas&s rtoh
Uble. A. SlX'OKD.
Cosmopolitan IJctel.
PROPERTY FHONT1N.J ON THREE PRINCIPLE
Uoe;, size Wxiao feet,, which will jrve FtHJt
building lots 32xJ0 feet. Good Diwiitess li.vihta id
aluo good dwjU'm, well furnuhed, tine well, wiUi
pum , aUo wood xhed and other ous buiidms nl
all well tenceJ. For j-arvieulars einjuiri'. at knvinw
vlnoe. . . . - .
CIVIL BEiND SfOHE.
DEALER IN,
Dry Go3ls,eroo:rios3, eta.
A!l Kinds of PnJm Tiksn in ExViia;
CIVIL BEND, DOrC. t'O., OREGON.
I) f ,r w-r:;i:i2 pcD )le. Se ii l ' cents p-x.
, t' tra. a iJ .vj ai miil m MBU. at ryat
w.iuible :n.' e 'o ix ot tfojd, vii it ariil
pit, ou ti tiie vvav of :ii.ikiii hi t m js.v i a ft
iavi ilu,n v-.u e.vrtaoit,' ii. lombia iUitrw bij-iiics.
U.i"i-iial ii'.t ro i lirod. Y.va e.in liv? at h u a.l
work in sparj lime only, oi- a'.l the tiuia. All oi
bosh saxes ot all ac, Uy t: v.v3,-fa!. 50 ee-u J
to i e,s.;v eiriwJ every unijuu" Ti.it 11 u'
waatwurk m y test t!.e biifiue., 3 iiuki tau a
Itara.lelcd oifbr: To a',1 wlio re not w.-ll rti-ttijd we
will siiiUSl to iay for t!ietroutle f w.-irin . r'uil
pHr.iyulir-", direetii:i--. ol ;..se it free.. lm u n -e py,
kkwUtuIy ure lor A wui st.u-t oin-e lu't u
biy. Addivs SX1..3J.S a Co., I'i.i tUnd, M.-iuu.
United States Laud OL'i.-e, Roiedury,Oren, Feb
ruary as, las.i
TVTTl;fE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT JOHN M.
11 IU!y his sae 1 to iuicho.-e tlu -v ah one
hilfofN. E. nn-irter and loU o :id tf of nejtf'rti . li
T"2i S, H 3 Vv , Willamette mcri.lwn, n jd-r the act
of Lonirre-w tf June 3d, for the nnle of tlnlwr
hiiiitsln the sit.tt.3s .f Unliforuia, orcgoti, Nevaa and
the Territory f H'a.-hinsrtoa.
An and ttU -arties cfaiminj wdveroely a ly o." the
bove lud mut tile tlit ir Lwtti tvh the tt Lst"r
of the Land Office - K-iur- durini the y day
pul'licii!i hereof or their r ;ht will be lurr-' by
statute-. Wai. F.BEaJ.YMINV-
febii-jt V. ' efc"i8.e
ADM LNISTit ATOR'S NOTICI2.
VfOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN TII TTHE UNPEU
- rfij'iii 1 w-b.wid.sl..- ano.tini.l by the J;an;y
i:ourt of . ou .'Us etmnty, Orejoti. A J:ni tiitritor of
tbe Esia!e t.f Sarah nrova, l.ito of bMd ijuots-, ie.
ceed. All poMoiw having claiiru uaiast s tid E..
tate are ht'rby reituiicl t-" pru.-ent the same, vl-tx
jirojicr v.ih'jr, within si," nionUw frorn dite of
thi notice, to the undersigned, at bit law oillce i i
Oak:a:id, 1 ulm coicit.r. Oi-oifo i. Jlareh lsth lSii
A. SEllLnitEOE. Ad.n"mistr:ttr. "
Mrs. R. Ere jlienrldge,
AGENT r Oil
Importer aud Manufacturer of - ,
BITS' g HEMES
Of American and orein Marble
. and iS -tdcli Oranite
Ets i mates given lor Coping. In Sand
tne,
Alt Agent for Walker'tJ Irou Fence for
Ccmeteiy Euclnsure. " ' .
ROSEBURG, - - OREGON
NOTICE!
Land Oftee at Koseburg, Oregon, April 24, lSSV
TUOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" THAT THE FOL
X lowing named yetilcr has tiled not.ee of hi I'l
tcntion to make In il proof in support of hi claim,
and 'hat s-tid proof iii hi male be:'o.-e t'.ie Itemter
or Keceiver at lioajlmrg Land Oftke, on T uesday,
June 2, 1S5, viz: laae T. Weekly H rtnesteid No,
3(W9 for the lo: 7, 8 an ! :, S. E. J oi fc. 1 and.
S. W. J of d. E. i, Section ii, V. aotiia of Uauga
11 West.
He names the f.illowiajr witnesses ti prove hi con
tinuous rusidoi. e u;ion, and i'Uitivutio of aid lAttd,
viz: Manin JIU:r of Oora; l-raiik Scotield of Dora,
John Miller of lJora: John Weekly of L Hiking UU,
W. F. BENJ AMIN,
Hornier
Ailministratrix' Notice.
"VJOTICE IS HEPvET.Y CIVEN THAT TIIE UX
J.1 deiVigued bae by the County Court of iHiu-laS
County, Ovc.on, beea appointed Admiuiiitratrix o(
the Estate oi l.;t. V. Hunter, tic All nartiea
I indebted to sj.id estate are he.mhv n, tiSed tomaka
) iuiTneuiate payment to the undji-sinod at ber rei-
uence, twelve muc eobt ul Myrtle Crcet, in salt
county, and all parties hav i;y claim aait tho
said csla'e will present the sauie t' tiie uiilcrsi.iod
luly veriBed, within bix uiontcs from the date here,
of. : "
Date! April 29, U3 1. MAliY HUXTER
Administratrix.
'BAILEY'S HOTEL.
- Oakland, Orcoii
Board $1 par Day, Single Meals, 25 cants.
t-Tha house has lately changed hands and is
thoroughly renovated and refurnished. The travel
ing public will find the best of accommodation. .
' . , .
IVo OlliliaillOll Ivmployetf.
I
A - . SMO II BAILEY.
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