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ItOSEBUBG - KEVIEWl FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1886. The Jeffersonian simplicity of the resent adrninibtration can be estima ted when we learn that the expense of expenses of the executive office, inclu ding keeping the white hcuse in repair amount to 75,000 annually in addition to the presidential salary of 830,000. E. J. Baldwin is authority for the belief that horses of larger lungs and greater endurance and speed can be raised in California than anywhere else. lie thinks that the whole coun try -will be coming to that state for their speed horses in less than ten years. - . . Continued From Lt Week: from th crest of the mountains down - to the fodU to nearly all the women of the mountain people, the wood carvers, hammer, nail and spoon makers, lace- . . , wort serves as exclusive employ uwuv. Some name is attached to almost ev ery great industry (either on account of its invention or its extension) which . thus receives the thanks of later times. In the Court Church in Annaberg, in the llartz mountains, stands a monu ment of sandstone, ; and upon it this m scrintion: "Here rests Barbara utt mann, died 14th of January, 1575. She it was that in the year 1561, through ner Invention ol point, lace, oe - came the benefactor i of the :;. llartz mountains.'-' This inscription is . so far incorrect in that the art of lace making was already practiced in tho Netherlands, consequently was not in vented but introduced. Yet should Bacbara " Uttmann be known as the benefactor of her home and is truly even until this day, for it was she who brought the bobbin into the llartz mountains. ; .---. . - """ ' "' It was the same in the Wild Eeke, as the rough and wooded environs of the Tohlbergs, toward the end of the rear 1500, was 'called. The 27th of October, 1492, through Kaspar Drechs ler, from Frohman, the first lode of sil ver ore in Schrcckenberg was discov ered. Quickly from there the news ex tended and cuttings were made in many other places, and even to Prozel the rich vein of silver ore was uncovered. The -whole region was raised and wakened up. The hamlet which sprang up around the first mine, called Anna J)crg, had already grown to be a town. 'Since 1526 Ileinrich Von Etterlein had been superintendent of the mines, lie was descended from a patrician family, was born in Nuremberg in 1185 nnd died in Etterlein in 1582. To him in 1514 was born a daughter who was called Barbara, and was pre destined to give work and a livelihood to the women of the Hartz mountains. At an early age she Bhowed great skill and dexterity in all woman's work and especially in lace-making, with which only the wives and daughters of people of ihe highest rank then occupied them selves. This lace was used chiefly for the decoration - of the altar, the com munion cioth and the priest's robes, and required much time and great labor. Barbara sought for that reason an easier and less time-consuming method of 1 making point lace, and in a collar which she gave to her betrothed, Christopher Uttmann, on the morning of their wed ding day has furnished proofs that her efforts and search were not In vain.. The collar was tho first bobbin work that was seen in the Harta mountains. Christopher Uttman came from Lowen- i berg.in Schlesien, to Annaberg ; and erewto be a rich land-holuer, to the surprise of those who had previously .known " him. Recently this invention of lace work has been called in ques tion, and it is now generally accepted that Barbara Uttman learned it from a Netherlander. This is high ly probable and: also easily un derstood since the settlement of Netherland silk-weavers at Buchholz, ' near Annaberg, took place in 1561, and lace-work bf white and yellcw thread may have been made, as it was by no " 1 i . Jl . means unuKeiy xnai among vub iuanjr which the lode star of the mines drew toward Annaberg some should have been lacc-maKcrs. , Certain it is that Barbara Uttmann, ' who herself drove ft profitable trade in point lace, both taught and extended this useful art in Annaberg. How quickly the same became national one sees when in 1568 there broke out in the Hartz mountains a pestilenje which in Annaberg alone swept away eight hun dred lace-makers, the manufacture hav ing onty begun in 1561. From Annaberg, also this pleasant and lucrative employment spread to all the neighboring mountain towns, where it also "ryjame a specialty. Villagers ' who wished to engage in it must, ac cording t5 an ordinance of 1509, pay a tax for that privilege, y In the year 1600 the number of steady lace-makers rose to ten thousand, and ere twenty years it reached Sfty thon- i r, l i i i.T. ....... i .i sana, wane auuuii iwvuiji iuutuu ad ditional makers came in the winter sea son. In later times in the summer there were between thirty-five and forty thousand at work. The profit sank with the increase of workers. .Whilst in the early paij of the century a skillful worker could earn ten groschen a day, afterward not even if she gave herself no moment's rest from morning till evening could she earn more than six groschen, and in bad years even ; less. So little, indeed, that even hard, honest work could not hinder poverty from entering the frugal little dwellings. The woven lace which in 1809 began to be made in England drove out the hand made. As Is everywhere the ease where ma chinery contends with hana work, it lowered the pricT? of the latter to much . - below its vffar n4 tho ? people of the - llartz mo'aat&ittB were obliged to en gage in th unequal struggle with the new power which gives thij, century its indmdi WORTH: Of Confidence. AVCD'C Ssrwiparitfci U 'm-in in; t.,... n I tn O during nearly 4t vi u: -. in ; '. wti of Uw wurld, jTi'ix d i' '.: racy :n tin? In-st Muml it'knuiv c Kuuw ii . lo mudicut sueace. SARSAPAR1LLA ,txM niK Pennine Hoiulunw 8:irsainrilla) i ii bae, uml its jowits tin; iiliani-i tl lv i the extracts of Yviiuw Pwfc and 8ii! liircin. the IwlUh'n of Potassium timl Iron, ami other ohnl Iiirr ilieiiK in yourlilwKl vitiated by tlcnuiirt im-nt IO bf thtMlurr.siive tttut assimilatory f uiw-. ; tiotis? is it taiutnl ly SSerofitla? or ' does it contain the :oloti of Merriiry or t'ontajriam liisousoj' t TUT i'aJ'un pliysicians f I tic Tnitta I Ht States', who know tho nnioMtiun of Ayek's S.iits.iH.VKii.l.Av ay thai." untiling v-tt m trMwl for the, puritien- . ' tion of the Weed is within the range of pharmai-y. Ajji w by the use of tliis remedy is it UfiUI p'oiblo for a imtmoi who lias rorrunted bkxxl to uttain soinxl heiilih and prevent ti':tnsnii.s1oii f the di sii-uctlve tuint-to jnterity.. - THOROUGHLY f;f the jtvslem intit 'iielii'lu not only Hie removal of ror-. rnntioii from the blood, but Its rnrieli ment and the strenthciiin;,' of tlio - viulor-aus. ,, . rr-1 ni f- witnesses, all over the KEUAdL.I1 world, testify that this - work isbettor aeeoinlihed by A yku's . .Sausapahilla than by any other remedy, ' -it nnn that U corrupted tlnoii-ih dis-.. iiLUUU ease U inado pure, and blootl weakened thronsh diminution of the ml iwittwle is made.' htrons, by AYEn'sS.vusAPvniu.. " miniruiciP the blood and lmildinj! PURlFYIMb up tho system require tiin" in serious rases, but lieneui will . be .derived frotn tht! i;-e of Ayek's " S.iMA.p.vKiLt.A more- .speedily : iban . from anything fl-. iirnini'ir fer whieh like effvets are luLU'UlNt falsely eliiill)el. Is abtm-d-utt in the market, under many names', i.iit the onlv preparation that has stood then-it of time, and proved worthy of h.' world's confidenee, is H. O. Stanton l DEALElt IN STAPLE DM GOODS! ' OF 1 THE IBEST. QUALITY. GENERAL FURNISHING, . HOSIERY, TRIMMING ic. Boots & Shoes OF THE BEST QUALITY. a full . . -of- Wood And Willow ' i -. ' '" ' - , ; . -.' j WAUE. CROQKEBY & GLASSWARE, : . ELECTRIC LA1MP3, SCHOOL BOOKS, AND STATIONARY. Subscription; . AGENCY. Subscription received for all Eastern fc'ISCELLAXEQUS ZpUIiNIl DUE PALACFi UNCLE JOHN CiLtEHSLEEVE Ills the Bucst itock of furuiturs loath o! rwtUiid which he iellas cheap ult can be boujht - IntlitSUtc. TUo hew tPStcl ' j i DOUBLE BED LOUNGE. . ' . ' ' ASD i j' PATENT COSWICrS.! . . O- YOU: WANT Alo tin on hand a fait usorttctnt of txsiU od bed ding, cb&iri, Utiet,. j BUREAUS AND fJOlftiODES, And all kinds of Children Cluin, etc. J. OILDEESLKEV E. PHILIP; SAUTER, ZXorcTiant bailor, j' Trrcw. t.nn nl ar.Fnritj.La KiiTtinut of ttlO' IV pl- of the very best matertahi nt .ltet yte. - i 4 - CLOTH Hi 3 TO CHCE3 A perfect FIT Gunnteed I ; Cleaning - and . ' Repairing done at Reasonable rate. -.. SUOP Oinmte HITS KITS Meat; Markit, on Jackson Street. ' . .. J 's Sarsaparilla, . PREPAUED BY c.AyerA Co., Lowell, Mass. .ol.l by all Druggists : Price 1 six lwttles for -". " and European Publication. THE OLD RELIABLE Established in 1867. Jacob Bittzcr ROSEBURG, OREGON -t N. P. BUKKELL, FOUNDRY, Maeliinc Sbop, Wuyon Sbop, . Blacksmith Shop, nXti MAKE fTASTIMUS J?MiU31 UiNFi J ounce to three ton weight Small Cu nnli fnr ama.11 eaatincs. MofiOT refanded i wnrb '. nnt aa.tiafactorv: Portland vrices I Save telegrams and expressive. SI it ROUGH- DRESSED -OR .'-.-.'.; . , - . t Lumber At Fair Prices? D you want to build next season" If so have your lumber sawed now that it may be thoroughly seasoned. It will cost no nir& v. c. w. KN'OWLES, ST. CHARLES HOTEL, ( EUROPEAN PLAN.) C. W.KNOWLES, Proprietor. FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT. ood Restaurant Connected With The House Fire-pruof Brick Buildinz 180 Room. In the Center of tlie.City ADDRESS; J. O: Booth, Cleveland, Or. II. A. Booth, Brain Or. If you knew how cheap' 1 sell Bells for Farms, Schools or Churches You would surely have t one. - PUSS U mMQ. r A AT PREPARED TO DO FIRST CLASS Work in his line, and .ask a share of the patronage of Roseburg and viciu-1 ty. F.L11IX A V. BU111V. ftM dwr to L.Etlfils Jewelry Store, Itofiljcurj Or. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. LANGEHBEEG'S Jackson Strect.'OpposIte Tost Office, Boae'bnre, Oregon. New Butcher Shop " We keep all kinds of FRESH and PICKLED meats. SATISFACTION ASSURED, Hides of all kinds bought. THE OIMl'E L'RE. SAL-MUSCATELLE In America WITHOUT THE EXP MBCF AK EUE0PAH JOUfiNFY! - Ttie crystalized falto, ns obtained in a pure state from (rmpes and choice fruit, in a portable, palat able, simple form, are now presented to the public of America as the grandest resolvent of Impure blood, corrector of the liver and reiilabir of the bowels the natm at promoter of J IE ALT II AND LO.XUEriTy-, KEEPS OX HAND THE LARGEST A0 BEST Mxnrtment of KMtern ami San Francisco and other make of BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, SLIP- FEiiB and everything m the uootana snoe line, ana SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH. Boots and Shoes Ma.le to Order, and Perfect FitGuarauteed. j ..." I use the Itat of Leather and Warrant all ... my work. ,. ' j Repairing Neatty Done, on Short Notice, Also a full stock of TOYS, NOTIONS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS; and VIOLIN STRINGS. ! LOUIS LANQENBE RO. I also deal in Turesiieiis, Exuixes, Mill Machinery, PfJirs, Iiwpiratoi-s Steam Fittixo Goods. Ueltixo. Oils. Aluo General Agent for, The SmrstAN Engine, Coal Oil for fuel, No Dust. No Dirt. Send for circular and prices. Offico Foot of Morrison Street Poi tlauU Oregon. r GIVE ME A CALL. l T. WRiGIIT. CIVIL BEND STORE V. Ii. AIUlinGTON, -. - DEALER IX Dry Goods Qrccsiss eto LOOK OUT! All Kinds of Producs Taien :in Exchange CIVIL BEND, DOUa. CO., OREGON. , Bran: New St T. L. Gaxsox. C. A. Blackma CARRIAGE:, T7AGOII, - AND j ' BLACHSLirai SHOP! AiUmmn's Old Stand, Jackson Street. M A N U FACT UR ERS OF CARRIAGES, IIACXS, EUC2IE8 AH Kiods of Eepairiug Done. jTerms ar I Reasonable. Gasxos Blackma. rick Store lualitf; Alasl liey did it not in the rierht matiner, they sought not by perfecti'i, but b cheapness, to vie with the Nottingham lace " "That this is not the right Way to" contend , against the machine work" said Beethold Sigis- morid ia his eatertaining book on the Hartz mountain, "iplain.---- The hand workers can raise its value "by invent- in ar a variety and perfection of patterns, instead of the Well-known Oough cheap curtain and cotton lace, and can, in a manner not possible to the machine, make Valenciennes and, Brussels point. Hand work must become ah art where it is opposed to machine work. Through the discovery of photography many in ferior artists lost their means of earn ing a living, but the nne portrait paint er will never be supplanted. So it is with the point laee. The poorer work ers must give way to the; machine, the more skillful remain," " - The people of the Hartz mountains must carry on ths contest with the low prices oy tue weapons oi a nigner art, since thev love the work of lace-making. It is among them a tradition which is handed down from : generation to gen eration. The two womanly industries of the Hartz mountains, the lace-mak- inr. which in the sixteenth century, to- gether with the Teil-making, came from Switzerland into tue osges mountains, never spreat so extensively as the bob- bin work. - -- ' - z,--:-;-Clara LTnglemann. who was born in Bialvstok and was educated in a con- r-laim this achievement a new era ln the alltJa science of medicine, u it furnishes the blood with its natural saline that are lost or eliminated mery day. , : SAL-MUSGATEtliE : .1 POSITIVE, X AIT HAL HICK HEAD ACHE AXB 2 YSPEJPSIA CUBE. Sjil.MmraitllB is Xalnre'K flwn nrwlnct. It sup plies to the system the want of sunnd, ripe Krajes and fruit; it is the simplest and best preventive and cure for all functional derangements of the liver and kindred ailments; prevents the absorpt' on of mal an al diseases fevers cf all kinds; counteracto the ef fects of bad air, poor drainage and impure water: a powerful oxydiier of the blood; a natural specific for all skin eruptions, sick headaches, biliousness, nervousness, mental depression, and will remove the effects ci acctueniai nwijfesuau irom ii -intrand drinking. Have it in your homes and on your travels. It is a specine lor wie nw.'gcu, wearj and worn-out. ' ' " - rrepaircd by tue - v London Sal-Mcscatelle Co. Ucwarc of imiutl.ma. . The trenuiue in ; "blue QBAKGS . BUSINESS . ! ASSOCIATION or ROSEBURQ- ! W. F. OWENS, : ;.-.! Manager. -DEAI IN- " Wool and Grain . : ALSO, AGENTS FOR AoEtCULTURAL IliPLEMENTS ' T AT.T.frTTTBS. 1 1ITE TBANSACT A UHJSJB.11AL, nUSl V ness iu our line and pay tbe Highest ! Market Prices for Wool and brain. A lull I line of Agricultural Implements kept con. stanUy on hand, or furnished on short notice at Lowest Prices. Office and Warehouse OPPOSITE THE DErOT. Giveus acall THE Coos Bay Stage Line! ' New York Coffee House L1IKI) & . C'ALVLUT, " PROPRIETORS. , THROUGH TO" COOS r CITY IN 14 HOURS' t4. tsr- wraniicrs onty." - trSeTdforcirmUf - G. EVAXOVITCIJ, Ceueral WHERE aoiincclion is Juaile with Coos Bay Steam American Manager. P. O Box 1933, New York City. era for all points on the Bay. Stages leave the Post Mention this paper. For sateljy 8. Ham'lkm Roso-1 nfflc at Rcscbur? every mondng, except Sunday And Oyster Saloon, ! Leading Check Jtcstaurant . in the City. ; f'.r"- '-i.yr-r- --t;---i'?V"-' - r- TORTLAKD ADVERTISEIENTS -r:":Z Z ' - JO232X,3?XO,Z?.-i lUp-Suirs vvtr L. Lc lil's jewelry Stoi O R0SEE3RO CltCCCM. COR. FRONT ASV MORRISON STS., TORTLAND J1I. O'MALLKY, . . Prcpiifctor of the ROSEBURG MA11BLK WOKKS. AuJ Dealer ir. Too 31 BKTOK ES, TAELF.1S, ETC. Shop Re?r of Hocau'FfitKe. luafc-J utj swagsau ii sua WW EUROl'EAX FLAN. JV5M0XU HOTEL, First Class In trcry rarttcuiar, . . CORMIK FOST i!CD Mokbisox Sts , rOHTLAND, OREOO Thomas Ci-.nka$, Proprietor. ; UlE ST. CHARLES RESTAURANT. CAVEATS. TRACE MARKS AN I CCPYR.'CHTS I Obtaintd, and all otlief husinen In the I'. 1 - Patent, Office atler.tlcd t for MODERATE FEES. Send MODEL OR DRAWING. We advke as patentability free of t-hhro; and we nuke NO CHANGE ITfLESS WK OBTAIN PATKNT. We refer here to the Puetiuaxtev the Supt. Money Order Dir., and to officials of the I'. S. Patent office ' lor circular, advice,- terms and references to actual clients in yenr own State -comity, write to v C . X0TV & 0.. . Opiosite Patent ' Office," Wasliintoii, O. C. Ciiablks Heilman, Proprietor. BLACKSMITH AKD WHEELVRICHT Tlie verv best in the Market is set before you. THE . INTERNATIONAL Cor. Third and E Streets, i Portland, Oregon. REDUCED RATES, PRICES TO SUIT THE TIME mills LARGE AND WELL-APPOINTED HOUSE X oners suiienor accomodations at popular price. Meals 45c, Rooms 25c. nd 50c. Only three blocks from all lb.iw.tn Atwl tamliiio-K. Free IlllSS to and frt.ui the Hotel No Chlncso sonauts. No City limits, Free Of CbarL'C, or bav. maru-tf E. LEWISTON. Tropr. BOWEN BROS. Having dissolved tlie copartursli'i exist- tux between Bumicll & Bo wen Bros , atid I arc now prepared to do all work in tlie I line in a , WORKMANLIKE MAN5EK, AND AT EKASOKADLE IvAl'FS.- O. c&5 "sPcvrlx.a, t A Full Line of . Staple a'id Fancy Groceries, Table and Pocket Cctleky, Glassware. Crockery Queensware Htc. Goods Delivered anywhere in the- HITC UP! on ii But before you do that come "round to W. G. WOODWARD'S n n zs U mi EsUblished lS5i A. ROBERTS, t Corner First and Alder Street Portland, Or. THE LEADING Qmimm, hotter and " . I OP OREGON. ! THE PLACE TO BUY.gJ Drain Hotel! DRAIN - - OREGON. Coos Bay Stage Office at the Uotcl. . SAMPLE ROOKS FOR C83SMERC1AL TRAVEU8S- RAOO.VJE ILAMUJEK fHEB Of CB AAQ T.. MRS. BLACKWOOD Pkoprietreks. MEDICAL. -AND- Buy a New Set of Harness 'M OE'- A;SAJKDLE;::; : ; One of the Biggest and Best Stock ;of Goods ever Brought to Town. use nothing but the best leather, and have got j . . EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE, i DON'T FAIL TO CALL ON ME 17. G. Woodward JRo seburg. SUCCESSOR TO- 0 J B.OONGLE. Mauufact'UrRr, Wholesale and Ketail Dealer In SADDLES, HARNESS, I WXeathek and Saddleev Uardwark 1 108 and 110 Front Street PORTLAND OREGON Malaussene and Clements New Furniture Store IN FLOED'S OLD STORE. A full line of first class Furniture. , ,, . . , , .. . i I Impure or injurious found in iu Da. Mixtii treats Anything repautjd or made to order, j ,,1 diseases successfully without tnovurj CALL INSTANTEB. IDH. MINTIE,, THE SPECIALIST. No. 11 EEARNET ST., SAN rRANClSCX), CAL. - ' Treats all Clironic, Special and Private - Diseases Uh Woiulerful Eaoceaa. THE CHEAT IV.ZWZW RE"ILY. ISA KEVEB r A5LIMU if CREforNenDHis Debiftr naustcd Vitality, Serma torrbca, Loct Manhood. Impotcncy, Paralysis, Prontatorfhea, aud all the terrible rffocts of Self, ibuse, yontliful fulliesaod excesses in matnrer rears, -uch as Loss of Memory Lassitude Nocturnal Em- , .ssians, aversion tosocietr lunnes8ot im.u. ioiks in the Head, EXCESSkH IN DRINKING httoxlcating liquors, tne vital fluid liaouiug onobserreti in the urine, and many otoer dis j eases that lead to insanity and death. . Da. MlSTtK, vbois A Bwn LAK Putsiciax, Gradt ATB OF TIIK UMVM81TT or Pesnsvlvma. will SSTee . to forfe't Fir Ht'NBREB Dotuias for a ease of in is kind the VIT L HESTORT1VE (under his special ' advice and treatment) will not cure, tr for anytnint; ' , : ; - 4 i Ate aham, Wfedti L 0, Great Overland Boute! -DEALERS IN- GENERAL (U1ERCHA(1DIS I CoxsiLTATiox r'B-KS. Thorough examination and ad rice. Including; analysis or urine, eti.UU. Price of VITAL REHTORATIVE, $1.10 a buttle, or four times the quantity, 05.06; sent to any address upon receipt of Price, or C. O. !., secured from observation, and in private name if desired by Da. Mi.tna, 11 Kumr Street, 8 as Fascwco, Cal. Send for list of qaes- nous and pamphlet. SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE. its a. - & a . - a THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD I ..r..". ae. 510 regard, to Dr. Jftxnu's KiBinrr Ee.dt, NEPHRETICVM Cures aU kinds of Kidney and li ladder Clomnlaint Pullman Palace Sleeping 0ar8, Gooorrnca, (ileet, Iuchorrnea etc. For sale by a n. rin .nH - i .-- iuafcuiuucut, Aaj vu,um, iu d. Mrrrrw Dajdkliox Pills are the W and the L'egant iimigrant bleeping u&TS, I cheapest Dvsi Ersu and Bmois cure lit the market.. 1 A vi put vj aax a u ta wvvi ,-WITH BERTHS FREE OF C05I- FROM WASHINGTON AND OREGON TO THE EAST Eosebur? Oregon. Has on. Laud constantly a large and complete assortment of fonrrl f nvrlinnrli?r nnd will be rileased to see Lis old friends and patrons, as well as new ones, wLo in co hsideration oftLe Via St.I'aiil ami HinneapolK scarcity of money and the present depression in business, will only trakscoiitikeiiTal uhe rukkino study tLeir own interests by calling on Irm and examining pJ DINING CARS. mam Mm. briqes ; (Mcals, n Before ''purchasing elsewhere. I do not claim to sell goods j FASTEST TIME EVER MADE at cost, or less tnan cost, put wm assure an who piuronuu iue tat tLoy will get their goods At Tbe "Lowest Idvinq: Profit. Produce Of All Kinds Taken At Market Price, - Sol. Abraham. SElAIiI- 'POU MA"RKS CAB BE EEUOYED- LEOjST & CO , London, rcrfuincra to H. M. the Queen, hare ted and patented the world-renowned ODLITERATOR, which rcmoTos Sloall Vox Harks, of howerer FROM THE COAST I n,''ll'I1vtl' 18 mii,''w" hr Drain & 6,. Drain. Douglas Co., Oregon, GENERAL DEALERS IN burg Oregon. calling at the hotels More leaving. THE BEST ROUTE TO COOS BA.Y Particular attention given to the comfort of pass 1 senders. Carclui uriTcrs -.uu g ou hocu ; I Of Interest to Ladies' The new treatment for ladies' dis eases discovered by Dr. Mary A, Gregsr, the distmauished Enfflisu Physician and nurse, which has revolutionized the entire mode" of treating these com plaints in England is now being intro duced into the IT. S , under a fair and novel Jan. Sufficient of this remedy for oe month' trial treatment is sent free to every lady who is suffering from any woull respectfully inform the public that he disease common to the sex who sends I her address and 13 2ct stamps for ex- NEW STORE . I t at ; DILtliAIlD, OB. 8IFERD tttCKKEY. FRC?SlETC?.3' 132 FIRST STREET, . PORTLAND r WEC0H. f3rPrite ltouius of the Latest Designs fo Ladies- OPE2f DAT ASD NICt , ; pense, charges etc It is a 2osi 'five cure for any form of female disease and the free trial pack ! has on hand a fine assortment of Dry Woods, Groceries i Keady-5I.idc Clothing atje is many times sufficient to effect aud in fact everything usually kept at a a permanent cure. Full directions ac- lint-claw store. Give him a calL , company the package (which is put in rtnfldg a Low Prices. a puiin wrapper) also price list for fu , . ture reference. So trial! pachujet I All kinds of Troduc trill U cnt after Oct.Ul 1886. Ad- TakcI in ExchailjJC for Good. dress, Gbegg Remedy Com past, Pal- MYRA, N. Y. txAll orders promptly attended to. MILLWOOD LIltLS ox iiuBtuuD ence CLARKE k BAKER, t Poprietors. ----- , .- --.. - . ' ' . I We are prepared to furnish lain her of the best quality in quantities, to suit tbe purchasers, always having on hand the largest it oct of any mill in Douglas County. We will furnish lumber at our mill a! ttiefolhfwiiKi PRICES. Xo' rouifh lumW.-.......,:..'. .'?S U 10 M No. 1 flooring, t inch Ii k SI .... .....y.. SIS 3t So. 1 finishing limher....,.,..li.i-"-":1' u CLARXE (JtAKEB. DRY GOODS AND Teas; GROCERIES, -OVER THE m NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD To Sioux City, Council Dlufis, St Joseph, Atchbou, Leavenworth. " ' , Kansas City. Burlington, Quinc), SSt. Louis,; S Chicago. - And all points- o IJASOV AND QOUTIIEASm jAS J. AND OOUTHEASj causes Ho liiconinueiKo, and eootalni uotUinn Jurious. Price ?i 50. - SUPEILUOUS EA1S- - . Leon 5 Co s. "DC? ILTG Tin Removes Super Sou us Hair iu a few minute without pain or unpleasant seusatiortynever -grow again. Siuij le and hannl Fu directions. Sent by mail. Price tl GEO. W. SHAW . GENERAL AGENT 219 Treuiovt Street, Boston, Mass. Meutii.n This Paoer. , TTheu Baby was tick, wo gave her Castoria, When sbe was Child, ske cried for Castor!, VThtA she beetjno Via, she cloa j to Castoria, VThtu h Bad Children, she aTe them Castoria, Hardware, Crockery, ' o O o HATS, CAPS, B 00 TS AUD SHOES. erswill find our stock complete, comprising many articles it is itn possible here to enumerate. Would respectfully invite an examination of stock believing a"l can be satisfied Leave Portland at 3 .00 p. m., daily; ar- -pv . nvTin n "IIJTT T TQi 1 rive at Minneapolis or St. Paul 12:30 I) AlllVMi n ILLlO, tbat it is for their interest to make purchases here as we. ny and sell for- .cash p. m., third day. - T)F T ERS IX GROCERIES, Via St. Paul and Jliuueapolis. -tr SLEEPING CAllSif- Are hauled on regular Ex- Xirc88 Trains over the Entire Length of THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD- only. MARL-IN M 3 Xlcst Xaa. 3Jlxo World for large or smalt pan made in 82 calibre. fl grata peiwdmst can rftl AltniilBriAfll. ?d an,! IlKmliM. "TS ttrntifMl attoottni? rifle made. Perfect aoenrary guaranteed and tbe only absolute! 7 sofa rifle laiUa. AU styles, 11 Sites, all WCifhtt Pr1.vMiTriiin.l - Tl A T.T. A Tl Tl ". Pmt a4 Target Klflu, world iwnrt. Thestanrtar.1 fr iiim A MJI iJsfcAA iX Uri--tt sliouttug, liunlluir. aiM thrtritm? rnlldea. Ait rallres from 22 to 4S. HiRLlS FIRE m CO., KEW HAYEK, COSX. Connection . made at St Paul and Minneapolis to all points East,. South and Southeast. . PACIFIC DIVISION. Train leaves Portland daily at 11:45 a.- m., arriving at New Tacoma 6:30 p. Sf., connecting with O. R. & N. Co.'s boats for all points on Puget Sound. A. D. Chabltox, General Western Passenger Agent, , No. 2 Washington St., - ; Portland, Oregon. pcovisio:;s, notions, crock ery, GLASSWARE TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. ETC. CAIinD i ::FnU2TG v. A SFECIALTV . " Produce l0U3lit and the highest csiJi . i price paid. rcsebtog onnac::. V'