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FRIDAY, MAY, 7, 1886. STATE TICKET. For Congress, N.L. BUTLER, Of Polk County. For Governor, SYLVESTER PENNOYEK. . Of Multnomah County. For Supreme Judge, R. S.STRAIIAN, Of Linn County. For Secretary of State, GIBBONS, Of Wasco County. ' ForJTreasurer, G. W. WEBB, Of Union County. For Supt. of Public Instruction, J. R. N. BELL, Of Douglas County. Declined, j , For State Printer, CHARLES NICKEL, Of Jackson County. District Nominee for Circuit Judge, JOHN BURNETT; Of Benton County. For Prosecuting Attorney, J. W. HAMILTON, Of Douglas County. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. FOR REPRESENTATIVES. F. B. WAITE, F. A, METZ, V. L. ARRINGTON, HUGH McKENZIE. FOR SHERIFF. B. C. AGEE. FOR COUNTY CLERK. T. R. SHERIDAN. FOR TREASURER. D. a WEET. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. J. S. FITZHUGH. . FOR COMMISSIONERS. A. LAMB. JOHN HALL FOR SURVEYOR. Wm. THIEL. FOR ASSESSQR. KC.SACRY. FOR SCHOQli SUPERINTENDENT G. T. RUSSELL. FQR CQRONER. THOMAS GRAHAM. DEER CREEK PRECINCT. JUSTICES. T. L. GANNON, JAS. HARPIIAM CONSTABLE. PETER JUNGER. Ay ANSWER. Ed. Review: Will you allow one who has ben unjustly abused by the Editor of the Plaindealer in his leader of last week, a few words in reply to the old fossil, who, in order to reek his vengeance on a person who has told him some wholesome truths, se cured the services of some willing tool to write a leader for him which be himself could not prepare, but after wards proceeds to palm off as his own? The cowardice of said Editor is aprar-1 , .. .. . .. . , . t . ' Hsuch entire satisfaction that he will be ent from his article couched in lan guage unbecoming that of any gentle man, in which he dared not mention the name of the party whom he accuses; 1 but near the close "by cotton," he cannot avoid a betrayal of his foul mo- live and his desire to injure and ridi cule one whom he has wronged and whose crust tfo has ' violated. All of which, however, is characteristic of the man. Instead of ascertaining to a certainty who was the author of the article that appeared in The Review of the 23rd ult, signed "Argus," he, with his usual recklessness and his natural dwsire to injure one against whom he has conceived a dislike, proceeds to malign and slander the wrong party. Presume he called into requisition his pretended detective skill, but in this case, as in former instances, he is decidedly mistaken. Wonder if while enjoying the sweets of a cocktail the true "Argus" did not escape his extreme vigilance. "By cotton" it is sufficient here to state, that a more consummate, conglomerated, mean and .contemptible series of premeditated falsehoods were never before thrown to gether in a newspaper leader, as ap peared in the Plaindealer last week. It is unnecessary to deny each vitupera tive utterance lof its author, it is enough to state, thai "by cotton," the party whom he has accused of writing "Argus" had! nothing to do with its preparation, though it contained many truths. The party, whom he so de signedly desired to ridicule, has "never yet worked against honorable Republi can nominees, like the present Editor of the Plaindealer, nor has he ever sought, through hypocraBy, to divide that party, notwithstanding his false assertions. Neither does he, like that Editor, sneak into the backdoors of saloons to suck his whiskey toddies before breakfast or at any other time, nor hypocritically advocate prohibition sentiments through the columns of a newspaper, and while abroad indulge in the winecup, nor has he ever become incapacitated to perform offiicial duties from the effects of an over indulgence in the cup. "By cotton," that Editor must have been very tired. As to his pretentions to sound Republican doctrine we leave to the Republican voters of Douglas county, who know quite enough of him. Mr. Editor you will pardon the writer of this, for ask ing space in your columns, but "by cot ton" this is the only resource left one etrayed, maligned and slandered. "By Cotton." Taos. R. Sheridan is the Demo cratic candidate for county clerk, not from any solicitation of his own, but upon the deirand of the people. Al though not a candidate or the nomina tion and that the names of several com petent men has been used in that con nection, his name being casually men tioned, was soon upon every lip and when the county convention met, pub lic opinion was so unanimous it was only necessary to ratify it, as was done, by acclamation. This high compliment was not undeserved. Raised in this county from his early youth, as a cit izen, as a practical mechanic and as county clerk he has done well his part and honestly earned the high esteem m which he is everywhere held. On the ticket he is unquestionably the right mun in the right place and he will be our next clerk. B. C. Agee our candidate for Sheriff deservedly stands among the leading and enterprising citizens of our county, During his sixteen years residence among us he has been extensively en gaged in farming and dealing in cattle and has established a reputation for en ergy and honesty second to none. Pos sessing great moral and physical cour age, strictly temperate in his babies, kind and genial in his manners, he is known and respected by alL It is very seldom that a man of such decided character has so few enemies. If the voters of this county intend to select or its officers only the good men, Ben Agee is certain of election. He is an old pioneer having come to Oregon in 52 and has proven himself worthy the name. J udge Fitzhugh'b name has become m JJouzlas county synonymous tor business integrity and honesty unim peached. The county's finances and the general improvements in bridges and public buildings in the county al show that the old County board, Fitz hugh, Hall and McGee have been faith ful servants. We have not aught against Mr. McGee, for a better man could not well be found for comuis sioner in all that section, except it be A. Lamb our present candidate. Fitz- hugh, Hall and Lamb will make county board of which we might all be proud. - ! i B. F. Waite one of Douglas county's next Representative is a man thorough ly conversant witn our interests, ana well qualified as a scholar to put our needs before the next Legislature in a shape that will secure enactment without dilly dallying always and ac complishing nothing. He with his co leagues are men that will go to work and secure that kind of legislation that will not require an "extca session to remedy" at a great and unnecessary outlay of the peoples money. David West who has filled a partial brnn a.b finnnrir Tppmtnrnr linn onvfln elected by a good round majority no doubt. A more reliable, solid and com potent man could not be found in Doug las than he, for the office for which he has the honor to aspire. Our next School Supt. Prof. G, RuBsell of Oakland is a gentleman splendid ability, a strict disciplinarian thorough in books, social in manners. temperate, moral and whoso habits are of tho best sort. These are some of the qualities of our candidate for School Supt. Our candidates for Justices of the Peace and Constable, are well qualified and just the men for the place. Mr. Gannon has held the office of Justice of the Peace for many years in California and elsewhere, Mr. Harpham knows the law and Peter Junger can bring the unrully to time. The news comes to us thatF. A. Metz of Oakland is well qualified for the position that the peoplo of Douglas county will impose upon him, that of Representative. Mr. Metz is well spoken of in his section and will poll an extra large vote. V. L Arrington has been in our coun ty so long that he fully understands what' kind of legislation the citizens need, and hence the necessity of send ing such men tc the Legislature to rep resent us. He will make us a most excellent Representative. Personally we do not know Hugh McKenzie, but from the most reliable sources we learn that he is a man of undoubted integrity and ability, and will do much to forward the interests of his constituency.' All in all we have a splendid ticket from top to bottom. The Democrats of Multnomah have nominated Miss. Sabin for School Supt. This lady is a most 'excellent teacher and she will be elected by a large ma jonty. We second the motion. A Republican convention that could ignore D. P, Thompson as a candidate for governor and select such a man as T. K. Cornelius should never have met World. Dr. Graham for Coroner is neither diminishing in sizo nor popularity. His qualifications for tlie position aro beyond dispute, and we hope to see him elected. JtEVVItLlCAy STATE TICKET' It h our duty as a journalist to be fair and unpartial in all our views to the people. It is in this spirit that we nvite examination of the State ticket nominated last week by the Republi can convention. It possssscs no prom inent, elements of strength but on the contrary presents many features of weakness. The nomination of Her mann was perhaps as acceptable as any made. He has so far displayed considerable activity, made some effort in the way of introducing bills and has arranged to secure frequent and favor able mention from the Pacific Coast renorter resident at Washington. This individual is an ardent Republican and colors the news telegraphed by him more or less flattering to represen tative of that party. After all the enquiry is quite pertinent what has Hermann actually done! Let the people enquire and answer next June- He is not so strong as he was when he was elected. Col. Tom Cornelius' nomination for Governor was in re sponse to the demands of the old ring" manipulators and commands respect. He is uulettered, unqualified and unworthy and the best interests of the State require- thai he should be de feated- The selection of McBride was a part of the programme prepared by the ringsters. Marston's nomination for Treasurer was intended to be rake to the Hebrew members of the Republican party and is exceedingly distasteful Mr. McElrov for Schoo Superintendent is a verv intelligent faithful' man. His competitor wil! aouDuess be ins equal and upon this matter the people are sure in any a good useful and con cieutious Public Instructor. As the Oregonian knows the personel of this ticket better than we-we quote the opinion it expressed last Friday, "The ticket as a whole is not consid ered a strong one by the delegates and many are outspoken in declaring it will have a 'hard row to hoe.' The success of the Portland managei getting the lions share of the ticket is not a pleasant pill for the county dele gates to swallow. If the truth must be told the prospects are not considered hopeful." And so mote it be. For Supt. of Public instruction J, R. N. Bell of Douglas was ncniina and fully appreciates the high honor thus tendered, and believes that the requisite qualifications for this impor tant trust , are time and adaption to this work, in order to serve the people with honor.and profit to the incumbent, and realizing that no great amount of special honor ts the State, nor partic ular profit toHho individual was appar ent, he declined. In Benton county once by 'i&n oversight" the Democrats failed to nominate a man against Prof. McEIroy for County Superintendent, and "an oversight" of that kind now in the State, would not imperil our school work, nor bring the world to a premature end. Ealae. We had supposed that all parties would conduct this campaign in a spir it of fairness, and honorable to all. Yet we hear it whispered in a low breath by some designing Republicans, that this candidate on the Democratic ticket, is not qualified and that he steps into saloons at the back door, and that other candidates want tho office for some of their relatives, and a hundred more misstatements if possible, in the same line. Now we say emphatically that there is not an unqualified man on the Democratic ticket for any office for which he has been nominated, and no Republican nepotism will bo prac, ticed by the Democrats. Some things are too barefaced to be belie ved. We see that both Senators from Oregon, Hons. Dolph and Mitchell are favorable to increasing the appropria tions 'from 880,0000 100,000 for Yaquina Bay, and it ought to be done for with that amount something could be done which will be of great advan tage to all concerned. , The Republican ticket in Douclas county is composed of good substantial men with a few possible eNceplions. The Democrats, while they have '' a good ticket also, should be at their posU, remembering this is no slow race. To Regulate THE" FAVORITE HOME REMEDY', rarnuited not to contain a uncle par tide of Hercurv or anv ioiurious sub. stance, but It pure Tegetable. It will cure all xhbmui earned. ty Derangement of the L1t, Kidneys and Stomaca. If you Iirer is out of order, then your whole system is deranged. The blood is impure, the breath offensive ; you hare headache, feel languid, dispirited and servous. To prevent more serious coo- oiuon, taxe aioocc atmmona LIVER REGULATOR. 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I am a Republican, and if living shall do all I can to elect a Republican in 1888, but I honor manliness wherever 1 find it, and I found it in President Cleveland, and I should despise myself, if I should let anybody think otherwise. What ever else he may be, he is not a snob and a coward." . Twin Foes to Life Aro Indigestion and Constipation. Their primary symptom un-wfioug tho most distressing of minor human ailments, and a host of diseases, speedily resultant from them, mutually aggravate each other and assail at once the whole machinery of life. Nausea, Foul Breath, Sour Stomach, Dizziness, Headaches, Bilious Fever, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, ' Kidney Diseases, Piles, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dropsy, and various Skin Disorders, are smong the frymptoins and maladies caused by derangement of tlie stomach and bowels. A Thorough Purgative medicine Is the first necessity for cure. 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M. Portland 4.25 P. M. Albany Express Train LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 4.0T P.M. Lebanon ...4.45 A. M. Lcbanoi 9.20 P. M Portland.... 10.05 P. M Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily bet w cui.A ..'any aim Jsnianu. The O. and C. It. R. Ferry makes connection with al the regular trains on East SideUiv.froui foot of F St. West Side Division- BETWEEN PORTLAND & CORVALLIS VailTiain. LEAVE. I ARRIVE. Portland O.OO A. M. Corvillis 4.30 P.M Corvallis 8.30 A. M. Portland 3.20 P. M. Express Train- LEAVE. I ARRIVE. Portland 5.00 P. M. McMinnville.. 8.00 P. M. MeMiimvlllc.,..5.45A. M. Portland 8.30 A. 11. Local tickets for sale and bapiragc cheeked at com pany's tin town office, cor. Stark and Second streets. Tickots for principal points in California can only be procured and liajfajre checked at company's office. vomer 1 anu t rout sts., Portland, ur. Freight will not bo received for shipment after I o'clock P. M. on either the East or West Side Oiv, R. KOKHLER, E. P. ItOOEIUS. - Manager. G. 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T Children Cry for PITCHER'S Health and Sleep without Morphine, This paper is kept on file at E. C. Dake'g advertising agency, 64 and 65 Merchants' Eic change, San Francisco, Cal., where contracts for advertising can be made for it. sin on MM EDUCATIONAL, 1 ' OAKLAND. Doiislas School Year begins Monday, September 7, 1885. rpUE COURSE OF STUDY IS DESIGNED TO MEET THE WANTS OF ANY 1 who may attend. Many noblo and brilliant minds glow with" a desire for kuuwlcde but circumstances preclude their attending remote or imire expensive institutions; among such aro frequently found the brightest and most promising in school . iience tne course ol study is made almost as lull as tn.it ot many ot our C olleges, while the character of iustructruction is inferior to none. Tuition per Session Primary , $ 4 00 First grade Junior class 5 00 CI . . 1 . occouu gratie Junior class C W jVLxisio Twenty-four Lessons Use of Instrument Drawing and Painting StlND FOR CATALOGUE. 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RUSSELL, PiincijKtl. DIMMICK, - - - - - ORBOOIff DEALERS IN WHITE BRONZE MOXIMESTS AXD STATUARY Were awarded the -GOLD MEDAL AT WORLD'S FAIR, New Orleans, .1 S 8 -A - 3 t ;,SU?HI0HTD MONUMENTAL .esigrjsaiji Prices oh .9 SMS Jacksonville, Oregon SAW MILL on Soulb Deer creek, ia kinds on short notice at Prices. on short notice. - J. J. WIIITSETT. WANT 4 us for terms, and prices before pur Y e will gn-e you the best machin ; OREGON PACIFIC R. R. Willamette Valley to San francisco Via. Yaqalna- TRAIXS LEAVE CORVALLIS Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, at 9 A. M. LEAVE VAQUIJf A Monday, Wednesday, Friday, at 8 A. M. The fine A 1 Steamship "Yaquina" sails From Yaquina From San Francisco Sunday, April Tuesday, May . Monday,' May Tuesday, June 23th, 11.U 1 Wednesday Mar 6th, I Wednesday, 19th. 24th, I Tuesday, June 1st, 8th, I Thursday, June 17th, The Company rose it cs theriht to change sailing days. Fares and Freight' at reduced and moderate rates. River Boats on tlie Willamette connect a Corvallis. For further infojmatioi) apply to C. C Vogue A O, F. P. Agt., CorvaUU nwUKITYfrorhAr.riOYAKCE Ixm if r to Made only of the flnMi and btatqnnl. My or (1am lor withstanding beat. Every good tiling Is Counter feited, and consumers aro CAU TIONED agrainst IMITATIONS ol these OMmnevs made of VERY "POOR GUiASS. See that the exact label la on each chimney as above. The Pearl Top is always clear and bright Glass. HannCaetared OKLT by GEO. A. n AC CUTE I & CO. Pittsburgh Lead Olaaa Works. FOR SALE B7 DEALERS. MRS-E. F.0HTCHKISS, FINE MILLINERY AND ISIEAT TBESSMAKIXO . UOSEBURG "OREGON. WILL FURNISH YOU THE BEST AM) FINE UhU in the market. Ladiug Wuar. Lan EST Laoes, nuL-uings, iiosu-ry anu jewelry. The dressmaking department is in skillful hands, and under the immediate supervision of Mrs. llutchkLss CALL AND SEE. NEAR THE DEi'OT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. notified to present the same for payment, and all persons knowing themselves indebted to to me are requested to make immediate pay nit ut John R. Daniels, RoscbiKg, Oregon. Administrators Notice. In the Circuit Court of the State f Ortunii in and for Dntltrhui fVmntv in 1im m.K.n.. ....i-.- of W. D. Sliilton decM. " NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTllElTKIfCR. signed has by the County Court of !,n..l County, state of Urepm been appointed Aiiininin. trator of Ihn Kiitnlj. f.f U lb tel..!..... a ... .i - ; - w.wv'.n viv;v 'l wiriT- lore all (wrsons indebted to said estate will make immediate payment, and all persons havinv claims IrraiMi th. Mm. n....l . 1 " " i v i. . v in.. i cimihb against the said estate, duly verified to the undcrsiirnud at nwr " uuur in sua county or at tho ffice of i. C, FuUcrtoH in Boschurif Oregon. Dated March 30, 1880. ' Adatinistraior. Dissolution Notice - The partnership of Samuel Marks, A slier Marks and Wm. I. Friedlander, doiug business at Roscbur; Oresron, under the 8rm name of S. Marks & Co: is this day dissolved by the retirement of Wm. 1. Friedlander. All liabilities of s.ud firm w ill be liui- dated and all debts due said firm are to be collected by the remaining mcmltcrs. The firm name remain the same as heretofore. Dated, Rnscbursr, OK-gon, Aprl lath, 1SJU. Ktinuel Marks A-dier Marks Win. 1 Friedlander NOTICE FOR ri'ISMLMTIOX Land Office at Roscburi; Oregon, Kay 3, lSSii. NOTICE IS UEREEV GIVEN' THAT THE KoL.-lowinii-namt-d settler has Tiled notice of las in. tention to maka final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the litxi.ftcr or Receiver at Rosebnri, Ind Office, on Wednesday June 16th, 18S6, iz: Henry SUndley Homestead No. 8011 for the N. W. i of N. E. i, S. i of K. W. 1 4; S. W. i of N. W. Sec 21 Tp. 29 S. 11. U West. He names thcfollosnng-aitniSBcs to prove his con tinuous rcsidcrce upon, and cultivation of said land, viz: B. F. Wilson, John Thrush, Geo. Fnrdncy, Johu Staudley all of Camas Valley, Uneg-on. W. F. Bkxjamis, lteister. Notice of Final Settlement- In the County Court of the btatcof Orojon in ana I i . , . In the matter of the estate 3. C. Flood Sr. deceased lVTOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN XI dersicned executor of the last will and tesU nient of J. C. Fined Sr. deceased has filed iu im above entitled court a final auwmt of his adminis tration of said estate that said court by its order du ly made and entered, April 27lh, 18S6 fixed Tuesdav the 8th, day of June 18S0 at the court room of said court a time and place for hearing objections if any there be, to said account and all iiersnns having; any objections to said account or the settlement of saiil estate are required to appearand file the same at said time i F. P. Hogan executor of Bosebury Apr 30, lS30.-(the last will an4 testament . VofJ. CFlo . Floed Sr. deceased LANE & 1.ASR Atty's for Estate. NOTICE, bf Application to Purchase Timber Land M-OTICE IS n ERE BY GIVEN TnAT, IN COMPLI XJ an eo with the provisions of the act of Owress approved June 3. 187S, entitlod "An act for the sale of Timber Lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wasliinirton Territory," reter Blake whose post-office address is Gardiner, Dou-.rlas Coun ty, Oregon, bas this day filed in this offi. his appli cation to purchase the N. E. J of N. W. J Section No. 14, in Township No. 22 South, Ranxe No. 1$ West of tho Willamette meridian. Ail persons hold, ins any adverse claim thereto areieqiiircd to present the same at this office within sixtv dys from ti,a first publication of this notice. , W. F. BEJ)ir, - Roieistor. Dated this 9th day of March 183C. NOTICE, of Application to Purchaso' Timber Land. "M'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IK CQMPtl J ance with thermovisions ol th r .it r., i approved June 3, 178. entitled" "An act forth? sale ot Timber Lands in the States of Calif. mia, Onmn. Nevada, and Washinjrton Territorv," JepthT H Grubbe, whose post-offioe address is Wilbur, IoUKlas t. Or., has this day filed in this office bis appli. ? wnitl!!u!xhl5B " i ' 3. E. i & 8: E. t of 8. W.J Section K 0.29, in Township No. 25. South, Kamre No. S H est, of the Willamette meridian. All persons holding any adverse claim thereto are re quired to present the same at this ofijee withimnsty days from tbs first publiatioa vt this notice ' bated Mar. 8th 1WC. W. F. Bsxmhi,, i Regis tr. XOTICE FOU MTBLICATIOX NLand Office at Rnsebursr. Oregon, April 1st, 1KV5. OTICE IS HEREBY G1VENTHAT THE roC lowine-named settler has filed notice of his itt tenuon to make filial psoef hi support of his claim, and that said proof wfll bs made .before the Reirister or Receiver at Roseburv, Orosrnti, on Saturday, May 14th, 1386, iz, Samuol Hcl)ard, Umiested No. XHO f,,r the S. E, i see. 10 Tp. 24 South, of Range 7 West W. M. . He names the following wii.nMu. . continuous residence upon, and eultivatirfn of. said "" ' oiri.iin oaxer, u. v. Uermand. B. W Sprague.W B. Clarke, all of tmixjua Ferrv. W. F. fiixiaatx, Register wiiuii w Kiui lj ma. A Life Experience. Kemarkable and tamp tor sealed particulars. Address Dr. WARD A CO. Louisiana, Mo.