FKIDAY. MAY 15, 18$5.
THE WILL OF TH3 PEOPLE.
'.-"An eminent. English statesman pro
mulgated the doctrine thit "the people
are always right.' lie went. on to
show that in great political excitements,
when perhaps'. the "highest thought of
the nation sees no salvation but in a
certain course, the people on. -the con
trary decided adversely t and the wis
dom of their co urio was ' afterwards
fully justified. The ".'remarkable dis
crepancy in tin 3 argument is that while
the truths of history, are known, no
one can make a hazard as to what
would have been the result if the dif
ferent lines of policies advocated had
been adopted instead of Che ones that
we-e. -Thus while we see the wonder
ful advancement of our American re
public, still we have no means of judg
ing what our "condition would have
been if those Presidential candidates
who haver only been defeated by a
hair's" Vrcl i,h had been elected. ;So
w0Aro satisfied with human progress,
fancy and paint the pictures that sould
never have realization.
Yet there are . some '. astounding
truths that prove the magnificent ca
pacity of the American people for self
government. The great civil war, its
results and the acceptation of those re
sults form the moat interesting chap
ter in this study, and another guide
post was the peaceable solution of the
Tihlen-Ifayes embroglio, nd the quiet
. acquiescence by a n.ajority of the peo
ple in what they considered a great
wrong. Certain it. is that a people of
uch wonderful vitality and trust in
the justness of their cause, and love
And devotion to their institutions have
reached the highest plane in man's ad
vancenerit. ' 'Certain it is that among
the common people can be found such
patriotism, such liberality, such good
x amimon sense as to thwarr at onco the
schemes of the demagogues, wreck the
hopes of a political organization am1,
to stamp out the ragaries of states-
- We are led into this tram of thought
by the judgment that is being placed
upon thi administration of President
-m Cleveland by the peoplv While party
Bshemers and the independent element
see much to criticise and condemn, the
people are determined. .and Mncaro in
their approval. They see in his ad
ministration a hope for an honest, eco
fc liomical, painstaking government.
They Boa that the gnneial plan is cor-'
rect, and although they expect a mis
take to be made here and there, never
theless they have confidence in the
ability, wisdom and honesty of hcir
chief executive. So far as the people
are concerned, no administration since
Monroe's time haalhud such a positive
support And candidly, co adminis
tration so much "deserved it. The era
if good will is dpon us; let us so lay
its iounaauons oroaa ana deep that it
will endure forever. In the common
hope and desire for a government of
the people, honestly administered, in
fcaarty . sympathy with the genius of
oar institutions, the people have for
gotten party ties, have turned from
the dead pa's; to the living present,
looking forward to a bright future,
. have f placed their trust in Grover
Cleveland, and to him with one acclaim
The hirtory of the Northwest is one
of steady developmeut, and this , is as
true of journalistic enterprises as it is
of any ether form of industry.
Teu .-years ago its present publisher
founded The West Shore, and its pro
gress upward from " the extremely mod
est sheet first ; issued, with its small
circle of friends, to the large illustrated
magazine of today-,.". with. its.. .thousands
of readers throughout tho whole
Northwest, has been continuous and
gratifying.; Its field is constantly wid
ening, and. In order to more fully cov
- cr it and in order to fulfill. its mission it
& determined upon making a "decided
gdvanco step, Hereafter The West
Shore will be published simultaneously
fsoci Tacoroa and Portland. The Pu
get Sou.id country is a magnificent re
gion, developing with wonderful rapid,
ity and must necessarily create a me
tropolitan city of , its own. For this
reason the published considers The
West Shore as more acceptable repre
senting thNorthwest and doing great,
er justice to its patrons when issued
from both Portland anclTwcorrfl, the
Puget Sound terminus of the great
Torthreii Pacidc Baili oad. Kepresont
jttiveg of the magazine may be found
in. both cities, and communications,
by pjail may be sent to either ofiice.
Jilaine has passed a law preventing
persons from soliciting trade for liquors
in the State, Drunkards wiij beam
prisoned from five to thirty days for
the first offense, and from ten to ninety
for J,he Becond. The legislature has
pas-JC'd a" law-prohibiting 'newspapers
jrqra advertising liquors. f
Onward we spftd away on the south
bound train last Monday evening, with
Jacksonville and the RedmenV cele
bration in 'contemplation. At Med -ford
we arrived on time and then took
the stage for the city of our first love,
save Ashland. Hotels crowded, - no
place to take a nap; thence we fat up
and ruminattd upon tLe past and pen
sively looked into the near future df
events thai; were about to transpire in
the beautiful city nest la I closely up to
the fastnesses of the towering Casr
cades. One o'clcck came,: and with it the
tho dedicatory exercises of the new
and commodious hall cf the Kedmen
(of tho forest, not savage or warlike,
however). : These ceremonses were
unique, and yet impressive, the hall
beautiful for architectural display and
substantial in construction.. The hall
was crowded,' packed, jammed; yes,
jammed until one could scarcely
breathe that one was ourself.
" The afternoon passed without any
thing of noto occurring,, The evening
was spent m the reception of f.-iends
and aoiree gayety."
Wednesday dawned and thero came
the band tournament The competition
was between the llenly Hand, of Cal
ifornia - and the Jacksonville Band.
Sweet music floated out upon the
breeze and was heard by the 1 eager
throng. Prof. Pragler, Hon.N. Langel
and Sergeant Dunlap were the judgts
and said, through II r. Langel, that the
Ilenly Band was entitled to the first
prize, 80, and tho second to the J act
sonville Band,; $50; and, as a repre
seulative lady remarked in our hear
ing, "the decision, was a just one, be
cause of the eminently wise selection
made by the bands in reference to the
merits of' the music produced on this
occasion. Both bands' did Aell. Jack
sonville had a gala day for which she
is noted. They will have a big Fourth
of July, .and want'everybody to come.
We met many old friends and renewed
acquaintances of years gone by. This
meeting and greeting was a bright spot
jii the passing history of this reporter.
We shall write moie particularly
next week and let you know how the
people are getting on generally. We
nowgo to the home of Mrs. Ih to
visit and seo our very dear friends
whom wo have known these many
years with much pleasure. We shall
give you the result of our. inventory
next week. " Until then, 'Gu ten
Th8 Value cf Printer's Ink.
We clip the following from one of
onr liveliest exchanges the Behtoi
Leader published in Corvallis. 'That
paper expresses truly the situation in
other towns a3 well as '-Corvallis.
Head it. . 1
Did it ever occur to the business men
of Corvallis that they require more of
printers than any other class of men?
We mean in a strictly business sense.
Thev expect printers at home to com
pete with San Francisco and Eastern
houses not only n pncee but in quality
as well, and judtify their demand by
the assertion that they can get their
work done cheaper in San Francisco or
the East than we can do it hen?. Can
they sell goods as cheap as San Fran
cisco or New York What is sauce
for. the goose ought to be sauce for the
gander also. Can the hardware -dealer
sell as low as a 'Pittsburg firm Can
the agricultural implement dealer bell
wagons as cheap as a South Bend mak
er! No, they cannot do ibis, but these
very men expect the home printer to
do his work at Eastern priefs. There
is no justice in this. In the first place
we claim to do ordinary printing as
cheaply as can be any where. When
you send off for your printing and pay
express charges, cost of sending money,
etc., you will find it could have been
done here as cheaply and as well.
The newspaper does - more than any
other one tiling tu build up a place and
yet has more ; obstacles to fiadit and
overcome than any other business,
the hardest of which is the indiffer
ence and opposition oL. business mai
whose trade the paper has dono much
to build np-
The thir4 annnal - meeting of the
Oregon Wr. C. T. U. will be held at
East Portland, June 24, 25 and 26,
1885. . B-4313 of representation, one
delegate from each local Tnion; also
one delegate at large from each county,
and one delegato for each twenty
members of auxiliary local Unions,
The Executive Committee will meet on
Tuesday, June 23d, at 2 p. ni., in the
V. O. T. U. hall, corner - of L and
Fifth strests, Th Corresponding Sac
retary of each local Union will please'
send the names of delegates and alter
nates to Mrs. M. L. Kenworthy, Sec
retary East Portland Union. Reduced
rates on the different lines of travel is
hoped to he obtained, of which notice
will be given, Tho 16th of June is
designated as a day of prayer for the
work and workerty pnWicly as far as
convenient, and at home for wisdom
and guidance that shall direct tho right
to speed v success.
Cur Philosopher Mnses.
The man who located the soiil in the
stomach was not far wrong, t Of course
the heart sounds better, but let a nian
fall in love and his heart will beat all
right, while ' he will bare a terrible
"goneness'' in his stomach. It is need
hiss to remark that we got thisiufor
It is the plodder -who .turns the
world over, while the nervous, excited,
ambitious genius drops his flapjack
into the tire. . ,s
A Philadelphia lawyer recently
saved a client from the gallows by prov
ing that on the day he committed the
murder he was insane. He afterwards
euchred him out of $5,000 on a con
tract made on the same day. The pyr
amids of Egypt may pass into oblivion
but the fame of the Philadelphia law
yer endureth forever.'
If silence is golden President Cleve
land could - have a beautiful golden
dinner set made out of the stock of
"keep your mouth shut" ' he possesses.
The fact of. the matter is thero are
no Democratic office seekers. 'Knock
a man on the head for twenty-four
years and his desires aro considerably
cooled. He possesses a Mark Tupleyan
view of life," and expects-to fiud his
cake all dough, and never reaches for.it
sugar plum without dodging from an
imaginary stuffed club.
Generally it is the female that gets
the world into trouble, but all this row
between the British li5n and the Rus
sian bear is about a poor little Ile-rat
that cries aloud to be saved from either
Those who are --morbidl? . sensitive,
who take umbrage most at little thig,
are generally the , most apt to overlook
a deep cut at their pride; while a per
son of proper self-respect, passing un
noticed the trifles of life, at onco re
sents aud remembers forever any
wouud to his feelings.
In the present age the army of truth-
seekers is small. . Life is devoted too
exclusively to living and to dollars and
cents to give any inspiration to the en
quirer of the wherefore of the where
After all, the problem of human life
and destiny is not worth the time de
voted to its solution. It i3 like work
ing a mathematical problem without a
bingle' known - quantity."". Let ariX
stand for the- result and be satisfied.
On a second--'thought a -.V. would sua
us. .- ' " ' .
The man who knows enough to kfief'
his feet warm, his head crikJ, his stom
ach in order and a dollar in. his 'pocket
has. got as .far in the philosophy .of , life
us. he needs to go.
If he should get
any further earth would hve no moie
use for hint. . ,
' Washed-Out Hair
There is a sort of pallid, chalky com
plexion which the -novelists-: 'cull a
"washed-out complexion." It its ghast
ly enough, and no mistake, Washed
out, faded, discolored, or parti-colored
hair is almost as repulsive and melan
choly. Parker's Hair B.ilsam will re-
store your hair to iis original color,
whatever it was brown, auburn or black
W hy wear moss on your head, when
you may easily h;vve lively, shining hair
BucMen'a Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rhijum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblain, Corns, and nil 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. For
sale by S IIamilt.-)u. , . :
VALCABLE TO ALLS
to all eDDlicants r KtCi"vd
and to customers of last vear without
ordering it It contains illustrations, prices,
descriptions and directions for planting; all
Vegetable and Flower SEEDS, BULBS, etc.
HpSEBURG OliOOERY STORE
ROBT. EASTOX, paOPRIETOR. ;
Juckson Street, one door South of Mrs. Comptou'g.
ILiS JUST RECEIVED
A STOCK OF
CANDIES, NUTS, CAKES, '
CRACKERS, TEAS, SPICES,
SUGARS, CANNED GOODS
COFFEES, ETC., ETC., ETC,
I Exchange Goods fr-Good Batter
and Fresh Eggs .
MY GOODS ARE ALL FRESH,
VTOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVES THAT GEORGE
1 Dement of Myrtle i joek, Douglas Count j"
Oregon, oa the 17th day of Apnl, lis3, matle a gei,
era! asia;nttieut to the nndcrsigned H. W. stej iien.
vm of all bis property under tha provlniou of the
Statute of Oregon entitled "An act to Secure Credit,
or a Just division of tho estates of debtors who con.
vey to ass g:w for th-j bene3t of creJitora," and that
the undtii-fti'ned ha? duty quaiiSud as uch assignee.
Therefore, All person hitvinc cUiois aitaiustthe
said Georjre Dement are hereby notified to present
the same, under oath, to the underiinfd at Myrtle
Crook, Ocujloa County, O-ooa, within tbreo months
frjra this date. All persons indebt-ed to Ueore De
ment are required to make immediate payment to
mc. H. V. STEl'HENSON,
Dated April 54, llss
PO rlTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS.
c. w. kxowx.es;-. , i. eeowx.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
- ; BROWN & KNQWLES, Proprietors.
COB. FRONT ASD ilORUiSOX ST3., PORTLAND.
ISA FIRE-PROOF BRICK BUILDING OF ISO
1ujoiu9, located in tho center of tho City, Five
uiiuuto walk to titw Post oiiice.: Kept on tb Earo
ou nia.n.. . Rooms from W cents to Si.00 per day.
Xbc Keataur&nt ia tbo finest In tho city, the tabtaa swe
suppUeJ witu tna best, aieais, irom ia couw up.
trench Oinaar, 50 cents Free Coach to Hud from
. ...... ri......i. I.i U IV.A U.mi
iime a share of the patro:ufe, I im,
Very Truly Ti ours.
la, JJ. JPKUWJK-
Bes. L. Noepex. : W. II. Asdecs.
(KEPT ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.)
CORKER CF FIRST AKD KCF.RIS0N ST,
" NOUDEN Jt'ANDRUS. Pmps. .
Free Coach to and from the House.
JUST OPENED. '
The New . Esmond.
TIIOS. GUINEAN, PROPRIETOR.
Xcw Htmse, New Furniture,
Xew every thing. : All mode n
Improvements : Hydraulic
Elevator, etc. European or
. .; - ' " ' ' ' -
Go Third and E Streots;
HLXUCEU RATKS, PRICI3 TO tsUIT THE TIMES,
mill LARGE AND WELL-AI' POINTED HOUSE
X --.oSots sipenir aceninitdatin mi. ixijjiilar price.,
ittt.vi ;'ac, ti i.inwifK. a:id juo. Uny Vnt'w blutkii
iruiu ad uupvbs ayd oteiiiur lauutu.'(i-e liusit
to a-ifi iroui the .JFlotel. u t.muvxe wraut. Nu
overcliarncs r doviatiou irom ru-.tui- fu'.sj m S; w
per bay. .
nuro-U E. LEW1STON. Frtir.
r? i f. i-v-. r. l1
.Al I LAAfci.lt
Louis Eppingsr, Manager.
Sample Roouu for Oommeruial Trav
PORTLAND, - OREO
lan m -smK? a "rvr-r
Set. 63 Alder Street, near 4th, PORTLAND, Oregon.
KEPT CN THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
- THE '
NEW; YORK COFFEE HOUfcE,
THE LEADING CHECK RESTAURANT IN CITY
SIFERD HACKNEY, PROP'S.
Open Day and Nijiht. Private Rooms for Ladies.
132 Firt Stroet Portland Oregon. .
Established 1852. - . -
, . A. ROBERTS,
Corner First and Alder Street Portland, Or.
:f THE LEADING
r.., -AND , .
.. OF OREGON.
"THE PLACE TO BUY.
J B C0NGLE
Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
5 Leather asd Saddleht Hardware.
108 and 110 Front Street" PORTLAND, OREGON.
Infallible Cure in onc-bsilf. to
two hours time without any
pain, or clauser whatever to
the patient. No interruption
of business. iose: 2 tablc
spooufnls. For particulars,
apply to John Wilhchn, Agent
67 Alder Street, Portland.
DRY GOODS, GPvOCERIES,
3ry Goods, Grocerzca,
FANCY GOODS, '
Erervtlilns in the liae of
will be soid from .thisi-dute osi,
VAve us a call and convince yoai-self of oiitS.dREAT
at the SUICTLY OXE PRICES STOK i5.
: GIJRHEY; . BROTHERS
Would Respectfully Announce to
' Tiia Eveu Before to Iuknisu
XT A VINO lately added Kew J. A. Fay Moulding an
JlL uitho VliKV BiibT
A FINE STOCK OF MOULDINGS ! WELL SEASON tJAH
' " AND SUGAR PINE LUMBEH!
TMXE CEDAK UU3TIC, CHAIN 8AWED FLOORING FURNISHED O SHORT STTICE I JABS
V LUUBKnd 1'ENOlN'U furnislied at UAUD TIME FHIOM. ood swad Ci-OAxl PO&la, tt.ULlU,
riCKETS, &?., for FINE FENcLNvi a specialty. .
T?OU Reference fee Realdeaaa of Cy. S.nith. 4 roilo aboro tow r Or. IUmilWa. Rosehurtf. We are
Jb bound to make the best Lumber aid to give iatlsfacnou. Oivo us a trial. r -
All ordew leit wltn rnos. pncnuan " u im'j
alter May 1st. All ordera huuld be Addrtobca U
11 nlen left 'with Tlios. Sheridan will he promptly Cllod, ana ail i.umuer uiuvuvion u.
THIS SPACE IS RESEPwVED Fi)R
11 JOSiiPIHONS IN'EiV AD. 3
Owued by J. W. Carlon, the noted
This Fainooa Horse is 16 J Jmnds
liigh, 'weighs oyer 1,400 lbs, is of um
hogony Bay Cofur. Six years old next
June, Perfect in Form, Limb aud
CLYDE was sired at Salem by the
noted imported Gleneld, winner at
the Centennial 1876, and iuinoited
into the United States by Jas, bur
rows, purchased in 15576 by Major
Bruce, and by hitn brcught to Oregon.
Gleneld was sired by the grem Scotch
prize winner, Johnny Copp, that won
more prjzes thau-aay othwr horse in
his day. II:a dam was by . the justly
CLYDE'S dam is the noted Henry
ani Hamihonian brought from Illi
nois to Oregon in 1868, and purchased
by Jesse Cornelius.
Th3 attention of all Fanners and
Horeemen is called to the above partic
ulars, and they aro asked to call and
see this beautiful horse and get terms.
: Good pasturage furnishei at reason
able rates. Every jKwsiHe care will
be taken to prevent accidents or es
capes, but no responsibility assumed.
For further particulars ee or address
J. W. CARLON Roseburg, Oregon.
tiOAn AAAiswskstsoivksawat. Senda
VC VljU VUs cents potage,aod by mail you
will get free a package of goods vt larjf value, that
wi.ll sUrt you in ww jt that wWl at once bruiff you in
money faster than anything elrt li) America. AH
about the 200,OColn tiresents vjth each box. Agents
wanted eTerswhere, of either px, of all asrea, for alt
the time, or spare time only, to work for us at their
oro hoii.es. Fortuues for all workers absolutely as
sured. Don't delay. II. II.iu.ii Co.j Portland,
ilalue. '.-. ' ' ''' . .
receive free, a costly box of stood a
which wJl help ail, of e.ther sex u
mom money rizht away than any thinir ei.e Inthe
worldFortunes await the workers absolutely sure.
At onee a4dress TKCE and C., AujusU, Maine.
BOOTS AND SUOES."
wr !5 F r f53
iit bed-rock pi-ices.
the Public .that Tuey are Betteu
Sfctchiw: Machine we wOl keep au. imbenso eto-.k
Rustic i on Hand-S
LOOKING CiLAk'3 OUEUON-
hfc Co-partucrship hereto-
-iL fore existing between H.
S. & J. C. Sheridan is this day
dissolved by mutual consent
the 0rm retiring from business.
All notes and accounts due
the firm must be paid within
sixty days or costs will be ad
Hardware, stoves and tm
ware will be r sold at cost ibr
CASH ON LY from -this date .
a. & J. 0. Uioidaii.
-4- lt(.seburj, Apnl 3 J, 1885.
THE FOLLOWING LAW WAS PASSF.O THE
. To estublish all .corners of Government surveys,
where the witness tr.es have bean cut, or have fal.on
down, and where there remains the stumo oj which
the 1ca.rinp marks or -blazes can still b set-n, or
w here other evidences of the Oover:imeut corner
may or can be found, whereby the said corners eg
tabl'tahod by Government surveys can be positively
located by any of such or other decavin evidences,
said comeror corners to be reestablished ui the man
ner prescribed in thisSection for establishing comers,
and sttall keep a seperate record of the sume in a
book called iJuarinsf Trees of U S. fcurreysi, and
giviag the date, and n iroes of pcrons prcsont, and
turn taid retwrd over to his successor. When so re
established, they shall ba recognized thereafter s
the legal and iwrmaneut coniei or corners.
WH. TillEL County purveyor.
IV 3J. SIATniiYTS-
' HAVIN'G LEASED ROW EN
Bros. Blacksmith Shop is now jirejartd to o al
work in the B!ackniilhinff Line m a ftrst-clar
v tier. Horseshoeing a epccialtT.
1 Us U 4
would rei,)uv;liuliy inform tna paOlo t'ni h
Dl'J iA J J d i, ii J B i? i'i esJy -, . .
c U4s ,:oi3. Uivc 'ami a uIl." '
Goods at Z4)V7 Piic33
- . f
".: All i.iaUof LVuJaua . -
Da. 'A. Sai-COilk),' '
Cura ail Juithi.o- i.te-id3.i v'A&arr.i,
Alliuiii, -C.Hiaaaijiuuii, jjf tii
ttueuiuuiUm, - - t'ai'aiyatr, tt lais Dii
Thia trtatineut tlior ug:ily- purkio
the bl.xjcl. tin.vi a l nu urme; I
ci:rI- matter f.om t:ie wh U- uyetem
atl'i briujc eac and eV'-r nyrve uuj
uiu.-cle t.i a Ui'Aiiny lae aaJ l'd natural
Morli. ; - V - . v -
AH vlioare sutlojinr fro.n Carrm o
UisLia.8fai are rt-aue.J t caH. :Tif '
will be li clarre f r c;n itn:ir wita
tiie'put.tMic. lerms in all ciss fev-oa-ubi...
-. C)S,iinj'itan lictel
Hose Luiji. Ore'i.
PUOPERTV F.iONTl.W ON T.IZRZ PaiOIPf.JS
treei, mus lout, whim aill tfiv foJ 4
uaildtay low 3i jx& leei.. tiowi buiicsn lj.ine:d
alsaW iij!,i.ia', fur.iisheU, Ji:ic wed, wit.J
pu.n , fcUo wuid ijiiei ana othur vat baililnis nd
ail uil teaeei. For rrucuiar euquaat -.n
oldec. -:.'." - ... - .'
, V. li. AllRIIiaTOI,
'--. -. ' : DEALER IN .
Dry 0) sSro33 cs dc
Ail Kind3" of PrjJi;3 -Take.i. . in .Exshmgo
" CIVIL "UENO, DOCa. CO., OREGON.
I l t it '.v.iv!vl-i -; peri'.o. Sell 1' cjnt-s pi
i 'j 1 1 ijrj, a-tl ftd Witt iail j-t' f'i-it, a r.l
i lliljl -v'i:uvbU si.u;j.c b. t gvmli tint' wtf
ba.h wjves, ot aU axe., j.-j .!:y .uw(ui. 59 eew.
to ji Muy r.iu a'..-j- ue.iii. iivt ai t-
waitwwm ii.y.tet.tie b.ii.i-a-s, yo ?:i ik t taia u i
p.ir.Uljd 'iiici'; Tii all !: .ire ii -w.li .tU.-!il e
s:l 33!M1 1" n'V.', fv tttetr.i:!j o: wriiiii ; us. t u 1
ia:wieu:.irrt, direj.io.i e.s:.. i- i'-J-;- l.a'Mtne jw.v
hbiolubul.v aurt- ti. ii w. Su.i.-i, nt uiioo. iVmt ac
UiAUtL States Liiid Oia jv-V fUwudurx Oregon, Feb
ruary 25, 1 &' x - v
T u'i'l' U HSREBV G!VK THAT JO UN M.
11 Il.;y h.is apn'lj t to i'uroiia-c thi. m,.ui vnc
li.ili of N. Ii. a:id h'U o tii o f xuouti 1
X tU h, f- & W ,VVi!!i.'ei-o uje.viitft, u ukr mm aci
of c ur- cf Jure M, 1878 far th? dc ti tl:nre4'
la-id- i." tha nwU-s i v,; nf jiina. Nevsula aui
ini Tcr.i.m-y oi w'aiiiinto.i.
Any and ull iai-tlos ol-iumn? inlv j.-sciy a iv oi tha
:t!nr.-c iania K-ui't SUe ttiwr lULa -i.U ns iloxiwt -r
f t!:e Land il-w at uophu.v aii.u; the jvy days
)ul-l.vatiou fauan-j! r the r r.;Uw iH .t. .y
sls,V.:;e.'. W.iv- F.i!ii. JAWIX
fj2i-C-t "' ' - I V.e
A O .M l S" 1 .1 AT J tl'.? N OT ICE.
toti-; ui:rk:;tv!:yen' 'in t i-a i itsdku-
JL si,' is 1 i n bos "i-'-l ? iii'-; l -.v iras " -xa'-y
court of ou i -auty , . Ocvm. Ad.al iitr.tt.jr f
the IlHswt'e U : icVn sirow i, I us of &iu.w.i:itv, 'c-ct-asuil.
All jhrrsjaihaviii.; clatnr a.ilv.ssiii IX
tuicai-e iivrcbvreiuii-e-l f prcnt vit iwn-e, wi n
p:ivj cr vuj -hi.-, wi.ii:u si.- uj-nra; ffi)i d it-j of
thlin.'ti.'C, to tho.n-i'Iersisfued, s this law ofti.-jit
Oa!i.a.!d, l3u,'i w roa:tty, u.vuo . Marjo l:;t:i HdS
t:. A. BLMLCrlKUE, Administrator.
Mrs, H. E.o;-2:cnrid?jjy
. Impirtcr and Maiinfacturr vt ..
Of Aoierlcan ami vret'n Marlde
- anl Si-otch liranite.
Kaimiifes given .'or C tinj? iu Sand
H 'lie, .-
AI Ajent for Wa!lier't lroa Fciicu for
ROSEBURG. - - ORHGOir,
Land Offlea at Rocburg. Oru-gon, Aprl 21, lSSf.
XjOTICU W IIEtliCliY ..IViiN THAT Till: FOt
XI lowing uiuued futiler ikas SleU uuttce o his in
tcntion to tnaku 'iiinl proof ia su;)jHtrt rl his ciatui,
and hat said proof w'lii dc nia tc beio.-e the Keutcr
or Keceiver at KOstthursr -L.-Kid vi'K-e. oi TuesJ-iy,
June J, Iti't, viz: haa J T. tte-k!y ll.mertewl .
S089 fur the lots 7, 8 aad 9, S. ti. oi A. vv'. J a.ij
s. V. J of . U. , Ssetiou 2, l 21 south id mui
11 West.: . - ' " ' '' ' . . '..
He names tte following witnesses prove liii con
tinuous rmtiduiKie ;xin, und naltivatwn oS vid Wuid,
viz: Mai;iu 5liller.f Horn.; l-m;i s-Mfiold of Uora,
John JILIcr ol Io;a: Jotia W:eklv of L wkiii? V!juk.
- W. F. BENJAMIN,
- Adniinistrairix' rfotiee,
NOTICE IS II K BY CIVF.N THAT TIIC UK-do.-i!gncd
has by the C'oUiity Court of iJonia
County, (Heou, been api-oir.ted Adn.iuis'.ratriX cf
the Lt-wse of Jeo. W. Hunter, do .-eAJed. Ad parties
indebted to Slid estate are hereity rt lifted t- mate
immeuiate payment to the nndirsiited at her resi
dence, twelve miles e st of Myrtle Crce';, in a'1
county, and all pariie hav ug dainta ayitinrt -tha
said estate, will pre ent the saute to tha usi-lorsispwd
duly verified, wilUn bi. nicntcs from the date here
Baled Ap.-ii Z). 13SI. MARY KUXTEr.
' .- Administratrix.
Board $1 pir Cay; Singh M-a!s7 3 cent?,
iSTh'.s hcuce has lately cha'rgol bands and is
thoroughly n novated and refurnished. The travel
ing pnblie will find tho bet cf aceomtnodatiotts.
Iui, i ou in tha w.tjr vf :i.'Ui'i-' iii;re j!i'iejf vn a lev
vri una y!i J r;.u:if:t ;rjiii',o atk.iv ba-inua.
jii-i'iJ :na ri!r-5. ' Jtu c,v at buiwe a d
Wurk ia ssvirj iv.iiis oah t" ail the Hints, All f
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