heath or hex er a r, haxvock.
This distinguished seklier and citi-
: i i ? -v - I
miuiiuiiii iew lork Jast 1 uesilav
. Ci mi 1
aueuioon. ine newspapers bad given
Ins sicknea was mi-
nown and therefore news of his death
was a paintnl surprise to all. He was
. ..... i
norn in Pennsylvania February 1 1th,
1 - '1 anU g'wJUiitcd at West Point
when in. Lis twenty first year. From
.1 , 1 .... -
mi ttfy nisi lie was an aunnraiiln koI- 1
tiitr. In detail as well as sifnpp lu I
was painstaking caietul and correct,
...o .. j .,., .j LuiMej,ea an impression
of duty well done. If is achievements
luring Hie late war are now a matter
of 'permanent history and the ia"es on
which his name most fretjucntly oc- Jj"
curs are occasions for pride to his t
countrymen and are in the highest de-
giee .honorable to his memory. As a
-..,1 . .
cmztn lie was candid, prudent and con-
K-iiitinnu , ii i r
Hcicutious ami in every walk in lire
v.uiy num m mi
and un.ler all circumstances he was a
atriot. Jiy his superior officers ho
was implicitly trusted, by his suboi di-
nates he was honored, by his soldiers
ie was lovcil and y the entire union
he was admired and respected. The
sinile tribute contained in President
... . - i
Uleveland s telegram to .Mrs. llaccock
. V .
is instinct with the sentiment that i""-"- wiui a -,
.. . T . rect conclusion and Lamai and Garland
m.i-i--..lm t lul -.rill ll(rt . (i I ttn Ii -m , . t I
and worth ot your late husband have
gathered to your side m this hour of
your affliction a nation of mourners."
Ol Ii COTE.ll I'OJIAJI I
. , , , Al . ., .
A change .ias come o cr the sim it of
the dreams of our neighbor the last
week. 1 1 demotes its leader to the Re
view and presumes to ask us questions.
Is brother liuick cavorting on bis high
. , ,. , , ,
h6rse or has "Republican- dropped his
, , , , 1
iii.n..tmi..f .r... rk.i.l ..I'll c. 1 . f-li. I
y. , , .. . ,, . ,. J ,
mystic Faber that talks potentially af
ter the pronoun "wc1" Is there a new
Richmond in the field! There is such
an air of assurance about it, such a
reckless w.uit of candor, such an ada
mantine cheek that it charms us. The
author invented a number of democrat
ic platforms against prohibition and
, 1 , ,
then criticised tneni and an ior ine
glorv of so doing- For the sake of the
argument however, we will admit that
they are true and then what? It ar
'A....r. ll.nl i1is.-tst.m.. flir. I .. . . f.rt.-o f r I
. .... .
speak they speak plainly, whenever
they act tuey act boldly, whenever they
make a pledge thev keep it, whenever
Uifvr lirnin.ijo Ibpv nerfnrm G'lii Hie
iey pionuse they peitoun. can tlie
Plaindealor say so much for the Re-
puplican party. Wherever the polity
of a State Government is under the
control of the Democratic party exclu
sively the cause of temperance' has
. . . . . - m. : i
Steadily and surely progressed. There
i.i. "... t ,... I
has been no soft soap, no bluster, ne
vain glory but practical, solid, wise and
oeneficent work. The democracy; of
the Union does not interfere with the
right of each state to regulate order
and eontrol its domestic affairs accord
infif to its own judgment exclusively.
tir .1 i11 1 .1 .ii i
o etecieu vieveiauu on mac pnnct-
pai its rresmential conventions mam-
tain this theory and wo hcartHj cn
doree it , But now that we have aib
swered, what really is the position I of
the Plaindealer on this temperance
question? If as "Republican" and
other leaders indicate . the grand
i.ii i aiiVU n u j v uuu no ilili 1 1 jr vjl
them as reside in Roseburj' go some
moonlight Tuesday night and join the
Prohibitionists. The headquarters of
this Bociety is near the depot and next
Tuesday will furnish an excellent op
portumty. How many will go? Fact
is there is too much goody talk among
the Republicans, their promises are
faithless, their kisses but betray. As
for the Review we expect to vote for
Legislators that will submit the ques
tion to the people. Will the Plain
dealer say as much? We pause for a
THE TELEPHOXE JIUMBl tl.
Freedom of speech and of the press
are of the highest rights of American
citizens. Equally true is it that a slan
derous tongue and a licentious press
are elements of tyranny and curse to
true liberty. This deplorable fact is
prominently developed in the noise
that has been made by the newpapers
relative to the connection of Lamar
and Garland with thc Bell-Pan Tele
phone matter. They have endeavored
to convey the impression that there
has been something done by these offi
cials extremely mysterious, secret and
corrupt whereas in truth and fact
there is nothing of the kind in it .
In dup, regular and proper form spe
cific charges were made and filed in the
Attorney General's office to the effect
that the Bell patent had been obtained
by fraud and in derogation to the
rights of others" Solicitor Generr.1
Goode became satisfied that there was
sufficient in the case to warrant its
yibaiission to the courts and he so
ordered it. This action was deemed
premature and the preliminary exami
nation was relegated to the Interior
Department where it properly belonged.
For a month Secretary Lamar heard
exhaustive arguments pro and con and
finally rcccommended that thc Law
department might proceed with it.
Thereupon arose a howl long, loud,
deep and vicious and the press has
lKC0,liC nervously excited only as
excile ami stiniulale it.
llf.fm. i- 01.,:.,(,rif f
Cabinet Garland was a very distin-1
Ulsll8cl lawyer and was employed in
many important pasca. Tr, is sphlnm
that an Attorney General is selected
from atfomwa l.,,,-.. ' i.rlnf.-
We remember when Hon. J. F.
Watson was elected the first time to n
the Judgeship in this District he had
one side of nearlv ever v old nond-
- j j i
ig in this County. That did not dis-
qualify him forjudge: it onlv pre-
vented his sitting in those particular
a I "
c; :.. ...:i. i tl .. I
. wlovi3. kJVJ 1U IQ Willi VIU1 UtUU. .L IlV I
..c i. t..i . ...:n i .
l ------- - - - v I
under the direction of the Solicitor
General and in the hands of the
United States District Attorney
where? n the suits are commended,
The matter will be under control of
impartial Courts and if the ultimate
Kinn ulimilil lm arraincf lm "P.i f n e.r.
will have, occasion to co ngratulat e
themselves that fraud is defeated. As
for Lamar, ho has onlj given conseut
Uli ... : :..: i T. i
" "wsauun may oe nau.
v nat nonest man can rind tault with
.i , .... .
T..lil. 1- .I...U I
ni.i.i jjui. nie ncuiue siiuuiu iKMir in
lnilul that prominent and powerful
newspapers have been subsidized to
hound these two men out of the Cabi-
"u ,V " ooast uiat iney
, r i i i -r
ine i;ar cau )G i,,,. auti many a venaj
publisher bought Out of such a sum.
i. . . i - . . .
motives are auogeuier too ap-
I... .r. t n.o f',.,..c ...:n .,1.
need not resign on that amount. So
says Cleveland; So say the people.
L OJ1M I XJCA TE1K
Portland, Feb. 8th, I88t.
Mu. Editor. In your last paper your
correspondent mentioned the subject of
........ . , .
a party ticket for the coming election. I
admit that it is a good One and would
not go farther now than to name other
men tor Governor so a selection can be
made. The names of Hon. J. C. Braw-
, , r , . , T , C(l iL , .
1.. Vr..l..ll o..l Ti..lr Sil.of tn,.l- rt
iv VL 1 lUiiuui, emu uu;u jinvi,i.u.tv ui
" ' J
this county are mentioned for G over-
nor. It is very evident that Judge
Shattuck if he would take the nomina-
tion could not be beaten. These names
are before the public. For Secretary
of Stated L. B. Ison of Baker City is
named and this would be a popular
t'i-vl imf iaii T f 11 ri.- ? niitio ro 1 a i-ioti.Ail
. , '
for State Trea
ouittiiuiii x till ix x iauiinL:au x uauiui I
easurer, an excellent choice
T. G. Reams of Jackson
county is mentioned for the same place.
e have Fenton, Weathertord, Bel-
Ipn.n mill nt.lmrs fnr Gnnoress. From
these names a ticket can be made that
win ne eiecteci.
The Republicans will unite on Gov-
Thompson of this city is
x , , 1 . -
taiKeu ot as possessuis' tsuuiu lavur
among the manipulators and may work
up some strengtli. Jjus tne nomina
tion will fall on ono above that the
, -ii, ill
i r ...... - r -w " w i
, . , Jr. rl.
Moody is the man at present m the
rwrtv rnitiLT lr. m:iv nn nnssi nir. rn fmf!r i
lead. Had he not erred so grossly in
calling ail extra Session or had he stood
in with the majority there 'woitjd be no
question as to his future success so long
as Republicans could hold tho power
in this state. As it is he will have a
iliffimiH. rnw t,n Iiop. hnfc Jin will ninko
.. . .
it. na no-ninsr. anv ono ot hia narr.v mnn.
... . ... .. . r,jtann
expects to be the candidate tor Uon-
tv , i i-
gress. If the Democrats make a judi-
cious nomination for this office Ful- Pounaea witn alcohol. -ton
will not be in the way. He vUl Buckingham S Dye
nrif Tirvll Iho vnfo flint. TTpfmnn rpfoii'pil
Mr. Fullertonof Douglas so far has
I inn inairiA trfiplr fnr Swrntarv nf St.nto
on the Republican slate, and Professor
McLlroy as State Supeamtendcnt w
expected to be his own successor in
nomination. It is unfortunate that the any' 5?
powers at Wadiington can do nothing ffSSJn. deleterious inre
for Oregon Democrats, still the denioc- clients, ns do ninny preparations offered
j-is I !-" nan
racy will not Falter. Prohibition in
this city will not divide the parties.
No third party will receive favor. The
liquor question will always be an open
one in our state, but tho two great
parties do not propose to surrender to
those who are head strong on the sub.
ject of liquor selling. This whole thing
will be regulated in both parties. There
will be platforms defining the positions
of both parties on the liquor, labor, sil
ver and Chinese questions. If thc
Democratic party will stand pat it will
bo victorious in our state. All the
evils existing may be remedied in the
old national parties. Metropolis.
As suggested by our correspondent
last week the indications arc that a
powerful effort will be made at the
next Republican Convention to shelve
Hon. Dinger Hermann. Of course, we
have no special interest in Republican
nondnations but on the contrary will
cordially support the Democratic can
didate. However, as Mr. Hermann
is our fellow townsman and personal
friend we fee1 considerable pride in
him. Realties it has been the custom
of Uith'parties of late years to reward
their Congressman with a re-nomination.
The Democrats thus compli
inented Hon, L. F. Lane and Gov.
Whiteaker and the Republicans nomi
nated and elected Hon. M. C. George
the second time. Mr. Hermann was
at much pains to acquaint himself
with the varied interest of the State
and thus far has shown much enthusi
siasm and industry in behalf of his
constituency. It is not to the interests
of the democracy that Mr. Hermann
should be rc-nominated. Wc can
beat anybody else far easier.
a he telegraph gives us the informa
Hon that nn Inst. Arr..lo I i
of London, the Metropolis of the world
completely in the Lands of a mob.
On this occasion it was not thn mo- tn-
rabble, it was at the instance of akilled
wedmnics wlin .irn nnf nnlv r,,,f m.
ploynient but out of bread. There was
clamor for blood, nobody was killed.
there was no demand for torches, no
houses were burned. It was an un
precede.! ted gathering of people who
contented themselves with pummelin
Policemen, battering stove pipe bats.
ln - nnL - infr u.-imiAwa r.;.i;.,rr i..i-,,tt.
-". "q .. -j, .. ,i.i..Iq MII.ML3,
tnn ami vnn.nu .m.i Q, !.
. ' O
wigs off of the
biobihty. lut it means
whereof wc can
c; it is the beginning
not see the end" Times
are growing hi
rd all over the world,
j money is beinj
hoarded, labor is far in
excess of demand and it is becoming
difficult in the
old and crowded cities
for any except
the frugal and cconom
ical to gain a 1
velihood by daily labor.
T1C Mechanids of London are not
. . ., .1
wont to b biTir:ir nn t1u i nntr.irv
oi 1 -
of the brow," I
is to live, "by the sweat
ut there is no work for
them to do
There may be devised
moasurca for timpo.arv relief, in fact
employed to build up
what they tor
down, but what tin
ultimate and j
eimanent solution may
uo ,a DiXH oul. lYiiessiii"
The President has appointed lion.
L. L. McArt
lur United States Dis
for Oregon to succeed
Hon. J. F
'atson whose term had
expired. Thit appointment has been
universal satisfaction and
is indeed a good one. Hon. L. K Ele
Arthur w3 el
cted Judge of the fourth
district in 1811
0 and was reelected. At
that time the
puprcme Court was com
posed of the (Circuit Judges sitting in
j . , ..
X., 1 .1J . 1 1 1.
ercver placed either at
1 the. Supremo Bench he
nunc ailU Wli
nisiprius or o
mado an excellent Judge. lie was
greatly csteeried by his associates and
thoroughly liked by the Bar.
t . . . j . , .
iiair rt'ii(ir:iiivi in Tiin wnr n iu i a t t -a
Hair Hkxkw er. It cures all diseases of
the scalp, and stimulates the hair planus
to healthful ai tlon. It stops the falling of
ircsuucss ot appearance to heads already
r 1111c vviiu agl-. J lUIIUWHlg mu u lew
illustrations of what is doue by
TT ri CJ.JU
u aw.uits.uxa oiLiiiian
II AIR RFNFWFR
ar MRB- HtTKSBHRRT, 844 Franklin Jut.,
Brooklyn, r, after a .cvere attack of Krv!
-i i ,j s;, V "r,"'
mute linld- linn hottli if l.AT.f' IIai lv.
brought it back s eoft, brown and
tllipfr na nrhpn ann tvna n
Mr. Keslino. nn old farmer, near War.
taw, lnd., had scarcely ny hnir left, and -what
nitie mere was ci it una oeeome Dearly white.
One liottle of IIall's Hair Renewer (tonDed
i.. ri. i. :. . .l.-l .
iib aaniiik. vu.t nitu xiiiG linn luil-k. luxuriant
head of hair, a brown and frcihai be ever had.
W(''M : "ihave found the greatest ben-
eflt from the ose of Hall's Hair Kekewer, it
having restored my hair, which was rnpily lall-
tng off, and returned Its original color."
trg- Dr. Emii. Beit, Detroit, Mich., certifies
that "Uall's IIaib Renewer is excellent for
hair frrowing, and gives back the natural color
to faded and gray hair."
3 Mrs. 8. E. Eluott, Glemillt, W. To.,
ays: "One bottle of Hall's Hair Renewer
restored my hair to its natural, youthful color."
No Injurious nubstancps enter Into tho
composition of Hall's Hair Renewer,
nnu ii, is dot, a nye. us vrRetaDie lngre-
dicnU render it iuthe highest dcffreebene-
fiula, tQ thc Roap as a prcventivC of dis.
ease, us enecis arc natural and lastinp.
aml 11 docs not make tho hair dry and
brashy, like thc so-called restoratives com-
I T I. (,...u.i. .... , .
"I" :i'ec:'ui'eiiorirjBll oiucrs,
a ine color so proaucal Is permanent,
I mnnnt. tin wnliml nml will ......
thing with which if comes iu contact.
' pnrp .RFr, v
B. P. HALL & CO., Nashua, N. H.
Sold by all Dealers in Medicines.
INSURE IN THE
STATE MUiM DO.
S rVT iEPg ORZlCrOZff
T&e Farmer's Gompatiy
Insures only Farm Property, Private
dwellings, School houses and Churches.
Also Detached dwellings in Cities and
Towns with contents.
I have also a few CHOICE FARMS
and stock ranches for sale on reasonable
David S. West, agent.
Office,at Court House, Rose bur g Or
OREGON PACIFIC R.R.
Willamette Valley to San f raiicisco Via-
TRAINS LEAVE CORVALL1S
Tucsd.i, Hiurlay, Saturday, at 9 A. II.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, at S A. M.
Thc fine A 1 Steam-ship "Ymiuina" sails
From Vaijuina From San Francisco
Friday, Fehniarv ytli
Tnestlay " ICth
Friday " 'JOth
Sunday Slarch 7th
Wetlnesdav ' 17th
Sunday " 2Sth.
Slonday, Fchruary 1st
Wolncsilav " 10th
Saturday" " 20tb
Wednesday Slar. :ird
Friday- " " 12th
Tuesday " 2ard.
Traiii to connect with Steamer Yaquiua for San
Francisco leaves Corvallis Slonday, 15th inst. at 9 A.
SI. Intending passensrers should sjovern themselves
The Company reserves thc right to ehanire
sailing days. Fares. Cabin, 14; Stoeraire, f7:
freight at reduced and moderate rates.
River Boats on the Willamette connect ot
Corvallis. Low fares and rates.
For further infomiaticn apjly to
C. C. Hogue,
A. G. F. ii P. Aa't., Corvallis.
THE GREAT Mil
Axe You wi'k.ns ?
Thn Kigiilnlor n r r .;.'. -.-.
cheerfully rfOiinnti--; i- !' .t ,
Hiliois Attacks i- ;.!- '. .-. imms
arranged state of t!i--- ! r.
Kansas Citv, ?.!.. V.'. I'. JU.5
Do You Want C-oo. Div-w -.rb;
I suffered inUna--j n'-.H: I "it II ..;..
nchr, etc. A nrhihtar, rhn kii-l tit
Liver Rrguhttnr, t-i'rt r-' it i.-;.': n -.vr.' -tl -trouble.
The first riit- I I-h rr;--v.-.'i :
mui'h, tuu1 in tmr fcirft'A linn; I tw r !
hriirty as I ever u.t. ' is t'tr b- : i.i- .
J trrr took for l; i-r'sia.
KiLiiMnNii, V.. H '. : 'la '
Do You Suffer from Cons? ha s i
TetimMiy of Ku:a:.: '-.r-.. : ! : i r-.. t- - f
fia. : ' I liaVC ;t-.t Siln'iH.tt- i.'i-.r-; -, .:..!. I r
('ontip;itn .l my V. .' 1 ,r i.i i ' :
1 eranp!-rm:iit .f lit: I.ivr f-r t : . -1
four yrars, an "I :i!v.'.iy . witlt ;; ::ii: i
Ka?c Yoa M.la'i-. ' !
l';iyi !:'rlrvj:rii:-rrr;! :i:!'-'; it'-":'- ' i
liltur S l'ii- 7.Wr-, ( ! tf::t,l.,i': ' ' '
tllt'llifiW ' fi" rJir.w j',,- ill., t : .
llur to mtilnvl'tl r-tiitif. .'
Cine I''.ii iv' 'iririis'il t fmrf n I
l:h.. it!. I,. IVH.i.iTf.V.
Cor. Sec'y Southim VuptiU 'I hitweal j,
Safer and Better tln.:i Oalosnei !
I have ltc:n M:ltiei'l if s. v. r- -j.. it - .f i
of the Liver, antl have Ihv-ii in lit- h. .: - t 1 .
frum 15 to zo grains of calom I, ivh: r
me up for three or fnr days- I ..' : ' n
taking Simmons Liver Iicv;ul. '; r. r' : : i ' -
licf, tcithoiit aim i itlrrritfH--
MlDDLRiiKT, Ohio. J 1
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'l?3ZICS. S31.00- !
EGGS FOR HATCHING
PLYMOUTH ROCKS, j
THE T 1 1 R EETE A DING A'ARIK
I ki:i p noothi:rs.
Mv t.ix Wyandotte Hond made a rtcord last sion
of mu; Iiiimlrcd and twenty six '-'i;3 taih in bin
month!', from January l.Mh, to July l."lh. Aiide
from their utility they are the handsomest f,j 1
have ever liandl-.-d. Eggs OHO hotting' $4
two sottiags 87 three sott'ngi 89
My Plymouth Rocltn
Have always stood at the front for teijernl yein,
always winning the highest honors whirevur on x
hil'iiliou. Ktfgs one settinir $J.50, twoUi ttius SI,
three settings $(5. A few ehice tri 'H fyr Kile atSlO
each. Single birds fruin 3 to 85. j
My Stock of Brown Lioghoruu
Cannot he suriaaaed iu thU or any other country.
.My strain is a direct cross between fowls I iniimrled
roni Uocner of Massi'.chusetts and Kcefer of Illinois.
Eggs, otic setting il.M two setti u gs $4 three Bet
tings SU. A few extra choice Cockerels for sale at
$1 to 83. AH mv fow Is have lnd splendid range, are
healthy and finely marked. 1 guarantee a good
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handsomely illustrated catalogue. I
Cash must accompany all orders.
Address, J- M. GARRISON.
Forest Grove Oregon-
N. Ii. Express charges light, Wc Us. 'Fargo & Co's.
ex pre gives special low rates to all my customers.
J. -M. G.
F. G. (EHME, M. 1).
& Graduate Of The
Of HAciig Germany.
Olliee fc Residence ot thtj house of
the Lite II. Gattertuan, Oak Street,
near R. R. track, Roseburg.
DO YOU WANT
Do yoti want to lmilil nxt season! If so have your lumin r s.tweil now
that it may bo tlioiouglily seasoned. It will cost no in.'ie.
jr. O. liooh, Ctevetttittl, Or.
PERFUMERIES, COMBS, BRUSHES,HPROPRIETARY ARTICLES, ETC.
This space is
Rudolph Abraham at Oakland
Mrs. Ceil. Augustus Wilsr.n, of pnrsons Kansas,
who was appointed by the State of Kansas lady com
missioner to the World's Kair at New Orleans, in an
swer to the inquiry of a reporter, said: -'l can not
speak too highly .if lr. TL'KN Kit's 'I'llKATMKNT.
My sufferings nearly distracted me. My sUnnach
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Iv broken. I suffered from partial itarahsis . rlieti-
matism and neuralgia. Added to the idiove siinp-
toins were loss of memory, Voice, appetite and lack
of nerve force. -My family physician did ine no good
and by the advice of a friend, I bought l)r. Turner's
Treatment. Two iackages completely cured me.
1 think the treatment is wonderful in Us etlects,
and recommend i' in all cases of general or nervous
debility, and diseased condition of tlio stomach, kid
neys, liver and blood."
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Young or old, if you are .suffering from general de
bility of the system, headache, backache, p;tin in one
or both sides, general lassitude, bearing down pains
iu the abdomen, flashes of heat, palpitation of the
hevrt, smothering in the breast, fainting ctsat ions,
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hiss of power memory ami apjietite, weakness of a
private nature or barrenness. We will guarantee to
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TV IT Young, middle aged and ol I, single
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XYXvJ-Adebilitv, nervous prostration result
ing front indiscretions of youth or ex
cesses of malurer years, or overwork
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IKiekages fi, sent prepaid on reel ipt of price. Thou
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been cured with one package, and knowing a wc
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having been used in private practice for over thirty
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by we will st ii I onr tvrittcu guaianti e to refund
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I n in is, Mo.
OVERLAP1 TO CALIFORNIA
QREG3N AND CALIFORNIA R. R
And t'oiinvi liens.
Fare lr.m l'ortlaiui to Sa:i Fram-isto .-32; to Sacra
lhl-llt ii Jo.
t'l' m- cini:ii t:i'Hd made at .V.hi;u,. illi i,!:i--t; i f
tlic California Ori-oii & Idaho t i-c Company
(DAILY i:CI IT SL'XDAVS.)
K.i?t Side 1 ivisiin.
isi;tv.i:i:n Portland & asiiland
Portland 7.3"A. M
Koscliliri; fi.2.1 P. M
Ashland H.lio P. M
Kuschuri; 5.30 . M
Post-hiir (J.l.) P. M.
Ashland l.l.- A. M.
Uoscl.r.rtr 5.-'.'i A. M.
Portland 1.2.- V. SI.
Albany Express Train
P irtlaml 4. Of P. SI.
I,L'hanon 4.45 A. M.
I.chanon :i.-J(l P. SI.
Portland 10.05 P. SI.
Pullman Palace Slccj.in;,' Cars daily hetweel A oany
'Die O. and C. K. It. Ferry makis conm-ction with all
thc regular trains on Kast Side l)iv. from fmitof F St.
West Side Division
BETWEEN PORTLAND & CORVALLIS
I.EAVK. 1 AURIVE.
Portland '.1.00 A. SI. Cm-valliM 4.:!0P. SI.
.b.ao A. SI. j Portland 3,-iy P. SI.
Portland 5.00 P. SI.
SlcJliimvillf.. 8.00 P. M.
Portland S.UOA. SI.
Local tickets for sale and Ii.iks.ikc checked at eom
pany'8 Ui town oiliix., eir. Stark and Second streets.
Tickets for priucifial iiointsin t'alifoniia can onlv he
procured and haae;u checked at company's olliee.
Comer V and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Freight will not he received for shipment after 5
o'clock P. oii either the East or West Side liv.
II. KOFIILKIt, E. P. UOOEliS,
Manager. C. F. & Pass Agent.
Tho Portland BusincBS College, Portland, Ore-
X11U 1U1HHUU XJUaillUCB ..Vlll gU, 1 Ulliowv. vv-
Oii, offers superior private and class instruction
to tho young and middle-aged of both sexes who
desire to obtain a practical education in the short-
est time consistent with thorough work, and at too
least expense. Day and evening sessions through
out mc year, eiuaems aamnwsa anyume.
logue on application. A. F. Akksibonq, Principal.
11. A. Boo Ii, Drtmt Or.
- - - - - ; - oK-naow
JEWELRY, TOILET GOODS
Sclioil Year begins Monday, Septemlier 7, liS5.
rpilK C'OUK.-SK (ili
who m.-iy atltml.
but circuiastaiiL-t-s pri-i
...vit ii- u.ii;
Mich arc lic(iu ntly foiiml tin: luighti tt .in.l
llnti.... l!... .1 1 1
....mi. vuuitriH Kimiy i.-j ni;iic aiiiumi ns 1 . 1 1 as timt hi many ot our t ullcgcs,
wliile thc character of jinstructn'.ctioii i infi iinr to none.
Tuition per Session
Primary. . . .
First iinulo Junior tin
f,.,..... .'IIIII.JI V
Twciity-fiiur Lisoi s.
Use of lii.striuin-iit. . .
Drawing ainl I'.iitit inu
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
niuiN, oii ix;o:n
Giaduates Keceive State Educational Diploma
FOU I'AKTK l'l.i:
U'.ll I pnnnnppn Ti
..... ... ., tmuijnat.u CI ' -
Mho w.d a sct' hmi ',, j PRACTICALLY fi
liiK-d.-asi .:i-.K-is n..t ..n.j ' rL .ZlU''
f tin: luo:-t Midiirinj
all kiiouii material' I
vith!:tiid th.; ii..li-iliii i
the w .inl I nr.
-T" 4lr ITlcea Oil
IVILJIUIVICLIM I J
ell, Agent, - Jacksonville, Oregon.
J. A. Canlw
ANNOUNCES TO Till: PUilLIU
itving lait-ly liti-il up a nr:w STEAM
fbt iiibli ltmilx-r of all
lUrn luiulL,r and fencing furnisbed on
11 jreia inl to
ANY ONE CAN
Become ao thoreaghl-f posted In
three weeks reTlewlns with tb
A to laceesaf oily psb the most dlfflcalt and technical lep&i exsmlnstlons for tescbert' certificates. Hy its
id thousanils of youne people earn an honorable and lucratlre livelihood. It Is the most popular edacatlottj
al work pnbllshed. Usofal to everybody. Invaluable to teachers. Indispensable to schools.
CERTIFICATES CAN BE OBTAINED.
A better review can he made from this book la one week than from Text Books In three months, in pre
paring for examinations It has no equal.
PARLIAMENTARY RULES ARE WORTH THE PRICE.
It doci not deal In proofs or snramcnta. Ouestlons
plven. It supnlles a want long felt among teachers In
liranchcs tauKht In our schools, without recourse to the
RtnniuB to end. The arrangement has been carefully
all the leading and technical points. This work is especially adapted to Normal training. Institutes, or the
private library when a general review Is required to prepare for school certificates. It Is only to be seen to
i-i-u... ...H.ijr ..... too iLim tun iiare
vn ."r. '"is v "'"'"i j ruuvivu qutinum iciu cvi'iiiuu in common iciiooi ma left.
F.ach branch Isdlvlild.Unto I
two depart ments, one fori
1 1 have never bandied
Questions and one for an-
swers. Kach ouostlon ip I
STBACTSa. N. V.
numbered ami a like ngniber j
Is given tho corresponding I
Civil (iovornnieiit, I
ltnYAN", Tex. I have
Beoilinir. I flmli Kasv. I
pleated with Iu
Infinitives and L'urt i. iiilvs 1
One Copv. SI. SO:
Cnitdd States History,
I agents: recommends,
i returned In exchange
A. H. CF.ASG,
Vtf Rnmlt bv Money
I tuicd Letter ou Caldwell, Win. bmail amount by couuoa uiali
If you know
iow diCitp I soil l'.t:i.i.s for Farms, Schools or Chirches
You would surclv h.ivi- one.
H E-0 H0 BELL
p I als;o .leal ih TmtEiHERs, Exgixes,
(The Jiest Iioih r f.-cder known) Steam
Oencral Agent !for, The Suipman Engine, Coal Oil for fuel, No Dust, No
Dirt. 8enl fort circular arid price?.
STUDY IS Ii:sH.NM! TO MKKT Till: WANTS OF ANY
-Many noMo ami Lrilliant inii3ls glow with a desire fur kii.Avltdsc
ml.. Hi..;.. ..(.. i, .1;,.., .1.. .:,..: -
iiii.fi ..i llllilV CALUIli; lliaUkllLUIlIK, UllMlll
iim.--t inomisin in scIkhjI.
. rn . . . . ....
First ;ra-Jc Mi.hlh; lusc
. 8 0(1
. .) (H
Si i-onl orailu MkMIl-c!iih..
-l IMi to 12 0(1
:i:ni(n: t. urssi:i.i., r.i!KMi.
L. l-HNSON. Piti-i.kiit.. DIsAIN, Or.
Were aw.-uilol tlic
I tri -1 - n
iL J MQNUMOiTA
. H U. urn- i
THAT HE IS NOW- PREPARED
I IN IUSs IlJNia
SAW MILL on Soulb Deer creek, ia
kinds on sliort notice at
J. J. WIMTSET1 -
are stated, and ahort and eomprehenstre answer
reviewing briefly and comprehensively the different
texllous urocess of examining tlia text bonks from h-
studied. The questions on each of thc studies embrace
no equai. consmeringt lie assistance it renders In review
$ to A. B. Craig, representing thoutand of recommit
.... . l r v- -1-1 . .uu uc uc.lj.uu wUUUUgff.
a hook which gavo such general satisfaction.
w, c. uauak. Ed. F jpll s Companion.
Ton f-.nvi. anlonrlM hAnb fnr toMohaM BnH nH.l..
i . ourtruun. 1 u
classes, aud it la bound to have a very laree circulation. Ship l.uuu by freight.
C. W. 11AUDEKN. Healer In School Supplies.
St. At.nivs. Vt.-They sell at tight, and are highly recommended by our
advanced teachers. ALBERT If. LANK.
need war Ttnnlr for sevArfil vears. and am mnrh
WM. A. BANKS. A. U.. Sup tCRy fechools. ,
Two Copies. S.SO Xhreo roples. SS 5
" wpi-m, m io.ww. gsr sens Dy mall, aueji is nui u.
SF.XI . OEXTS for can-asfne book: terms and Instructions to
description, binding, etc Thirty cent allowed If
for (Jucstiou Book.
rJhZt Caldwell, Raclni Co., Wis.
Order or Pi .stal Note on East Troy. Wla.. or b Hegla.
Jlill ilachineiy, Poips, Inspiratoi'S
Fitting Goods, Ueltixg, Oils. Also
Office Foot of Morrison Street Portland
ME A CALL.
oslt $ Eras
Made only of the Uneat and bftinal
lty of UlaM lor wllbNtanding beat.
Every eood thing Is Counter
feited, and consumers are CAU
TIONED against IMITATIONS of
these Chimneys made of VERY
POOR GLASS. See that the exact
label is on each chimney as above.
The Pearl Top is always clear and
Blnuufactai-t-d OXLT by
GEO. A. MACBETH & CO.
FlttNburgn Lead Glass Works.
FOR SALE BY DEALERS.
Brewster's Patent licln Holder.
Your lines are where yoa put thftn not
under norses leet. vneaeent sola u'iinz.m
6 days, one dealer sold 6 dnz. In 15 days.
Samples worth 11.60 free. W rite fur terua,
E. E. BKEWSTEB, Holly, Mich.
1 : :
flllHS he-iutiiul I:..y utl urr..u.liii:s ovli !
X cilcil l.y all v. ho ha viiieil Iheru t. 1-c ihc
lovliet toiuhinatiii .if fertile stil!. lAantiful f'.U.c,
fra-;rai:t orcharj-i, hlue water, ;:rov.iii eil;v, ant
aliIuUl- i-crfcvt ciiiiutle. IX 81 MMKil as wxil as
in winter, U he f..m:il in America. There i-. l.ul our
Kluri.U, ami St. Aiulre-vs I5-ij- is ili hriuhtist jewel
IYice-i fur Ilusiiictb or Iii.:ue Lots ami i Orch ird
Tracts raii-e from .:., S17, ?j0, to SVG, snJ sales
were male to more thn a.iXH) different niix-hwrs
within the first ijixt il i vs. St. Andrew's will icr
tainly become thc se--n-l lar;&jt city in Florida
within tin; next two lears. I'ropcrty U il.mljling in
lahie every thirty days. FltKE TRASSroKTA-
TION KOK 1,009 .MILES TO TRACT rUKCIIASEUS.
Send 2e. stamp for illustnitui -aiii).het, eoiilainiii-;
full details. A.l.lrcsa iriuciial buaincas vfticc as
folloWTi: ST. ANDREW'S BAY tl. R. & LAN I) (CO.,
7 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Dr. E. J. Paoe Aj,-eiit Oakland Oresin.
Oakland Furniture Store
III- 13 BERG, .
Has on hand a full assortment of ull
kinds of Furniture, which he will sulk
jottKt lower prices than ever offered
to the peoplo of Douglas County. "V.
He also keeps a fine line of Moul
dings for picture framing mid window
cornice, from 10 to 50 cts. per foot.
Also agent for a first class sewing ma
EEPAEIMG OF ALL KINDS OF
Done ttt short notice and at i ca-soti-able
rates. V ' .
Everything Maui; To Opjek.
GIVE HIM A CALL.
LEGAL A 1 1VKKTI SKM EN TS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVE.V THAT ON MON
day the loth, day of March Is -i'i at one o'clock
P. M. at the Court House Ooiir in K.iselmr-r lJou-.-
las County Oreson. 1 will an Exo:uUrof thela--t will
and Testament of , I. C. Kl.ie.1, Sr., lecoa.Nl, stetl at
public auction to the highest bidder, f..r eaali in haml
all the ri-ht title and ii'.torcst of the K-Uiti of J. ('-
Hoed, Sr., deceased in or to the follownm .lesi-nlrc.1
real property, to wit. All that parcel of laud heins;
part of the "ieiot Grounds" of the Orc-jon & Oil
foniia Kail Road Company, at Rosel.urff, sl-ali.ui on
gaid Rail Ko.ul in Hooplas County, tlre.m particul ar
ly described as two hiiml red fltteeii (-i.) feet fron
tAgc on the siitc track at RosctiurK station Lioula.-
County, Oregon, eonimencin-f for the sam-rat a--.iiit
one hundred feet northerly from the Frei-rht llmisi:
of the said Oregon & California Rail R?.d 0ui-any
and rnnninjr thence along s.u.1 suti! track northerly
two hundred and fifteen (Jlfi) feet and having a
depth running back from said side track of alxUt
ninty (9u) feet to Bowen street, R'Jsehur;,', DoUilaa
IF. P Ilo-ra-.i Exc-cutor of the last
Feb. Cth 165, J Will andTestaniciitof J.C Kloed
t tr. deceased.
Notice Of Final Scllloinciit
Knt ice is licrcliy "iet to whrm it inAv concent
that the uiidcrsiiiml ajliuiiiitritor t the ttatc f
Sarah Iinwn ilctcase-l, has iiJul hii G:i.iJ acc.iuit as
ailminiatraUir of suiil e-slule, ami the cnntv .uiK-:
if lulas County Orc'tn,. has fixed April Mh.
at the hour of y oVIiM'k a. m. of lav :it th; tuit
ty (Vurt hoUic in Kitl (Ninnty ami State a.Hhe time
ami place for tho hearing of any and a'l oSjeethtna
to bAiJ final acconnt. and the fltttletnciit tltcrtiif.
('. A. KKKltK
Ad; jiii.st. it' ' S said estate.
u the Circuit Curt of the State of Ore;,-..ii, in and
forthcCouiitv "f Ih.ulas.
V. T. Kerlcy, Plaintiff
J. G. Kl.M.k, and Ellen Klook his -, F. II. Noble
and S. M. Noble his wife, George K. Noiile a:i.l
MarjNohle his wife, lH.feiid;oit.i.
Suit in Eouitv t'l foreclose a niorts'a-.'e.
To V. II. Noble, S. U. Noble, ticor-e K. Noble ami
Mary Noble the above named dcfcnilaiit-i. Von ami
each of you are hereby required to ap--ear and -mi-swer
the complaint on file against you in the al-. c.
entitled Court anil Cause wherein W. T. Kcrles n
Plaintiff and J. O.Flook, Ellen Hook, Y. II.. Noble,
S. M. Noble, George F. Noble, and Jlary Noble are
defendants, same beiii-f a suit to lore. so a niorte
on real iirocrtv, on or before the first day of the
next- rcffular term thereof to-wit: on Monday the
3d day ot May 1-S30. And you arc hereby notified
that if you fail to appi-ar and answer the said com
plaint, as above required, the said plaintiff w ill apply
to the Court l'ir the relief demanded iu the 8ui.lc.iu
plaint to-wit: For a Judgement and decree of fore
eloseure and sale of nnrt-rn''cl premiH.g les. riU.
in the complaint filed in this suit and the r.eeelH
applied to the payment of the costs and disburse
ments and Attorney fees of this suit and the t .co
ses of said sale and toward thc jiayment of said debt
mentioned in complaint and that plaintiff have ex
ecution for the balance of said debt if any there bo
and for such other and further re lief as the Court
may deem proper.
This summons is published by an order or K.i'u. It.
S. Reau, Judtre of said Court wade on thn 21st dav
of January l wi. Lx 4 Laxk
Attiimcya fur Plaji-.tiff.
XOTICE FOR PI BLICATIOX
Land Office at Roseburir Oregon, January 12, lS-si.
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN THAT THE Fol
low iiiR-named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to maka final proof in supix.rt of his claim,
and that said proof w ill be maile he-tore the Ke-rister
or Receiver at Rosehurir Imd Office, m February 20
lsifi, viz: Uiae Mathews Homestead Nn. ?.7ls for the
E. of H. W. J & W. 4 of S. E. 1 Sec. 32 Tp. 2U S. It.
He names the following witness? to prove hi
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, faid
land, viz: Thomas Shruni, S. J. Shrum, Wm. Stop,
hens, all ol Patterson s Mill, aud R. L. Cannon, of
Rosebur;, Ores on, W. F. Ekjamis
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