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ROSEBURG REVIEW
FRIDAY, OCTOBER H, 1887.
rillLETARIAN LODGE
No. 8, 1. O. O. P., meet
on Saturday evening ol
ach week at 7 o'clock, m their hall at Roseburg
Members the order in good standing arc invited to
ntttind. By order of the N. O.
ISIO.Y ENCAMPMENT, No. 0, I. O. O. F., meets
ntOdd Fellows' II all on the first and third Tli undaysof
each month. Visiting brethren Invited to attend.
J. JASKULEK.C. 1.
.Ions Chase. Scribe.
V
LAUREL LODGE A. F. M. WILL HOLD
regular meetings on Wednesday on or before
each full moon. J. R. N. BELL, W. M.
J. F. DC5CAS, Sue.
Appointments.
Thc follmving arc apiwintmcnts fur the M. E.
Church south.
1st. Sabbath in each month at Roseburg 11 a. in.
and 8 p. m. 2nd, Sabbath Deer Creek at 11 a. nr.
and at Roberts deck 4 p. ui. 3rd, Sabbath at
Nick lay's school houe at 11 a. in, and at C'alapooia
school house at 4 p. m . 4th. Sabbath at Hudson
school house at 11 a. ni. and at Myrtle Creek at 8
p. in. Rev. T. I'. lUrjiEK,
i Pastor.
Public Sen ics at M. E. Church, every Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7 p. tit. I'raennecti iig Thursday eve
ning. Classniccting at the close of the Sunday morn
ing service and also it the-close of the praj criiiect
iug Thursday evening. Sunday school at 2:30 p. in.
H. C. Stanton, Superintendent.
1. T. Si MMF.RVILIE,
Pastor.
Cot KT in Session. Court is in session,
and attorney.-., nirois. witncses ana all others
having bu.sluc- there-,- ami who want to get
then: on lime shukl I my one of those cheap,
but eoud watches ju.,t received at Pritchard's.
Another Lie Nailed. It is an old say
ing that there is nothing new under the sun,
but it h not true. lor further proof call on
Moore & Evans and see one of thtir new self
sharpening Oliver C hilled plows. Every one
guaranteed to do good work.
A . 1 5 1 Race. Saturday was a bin day of
excitement at Medford. A match race for
$1003 between Tollmtn's Ten Cents and
Kiddle's Nellie (jray took place. A lare
crowd was in attendance, ami bets were two
to one in favor of Ten Cents. The distance
was 500 yards. The horses got a gcxxl start,
and at the outcome Nellie Gray led by half a
length.
Kkitkned. Mark Myers who lives on
the East Umpqua returned Wednesday from
a trip to his old home in Pensylvania, which
he had not seen for 30 years. He said he
did not know his old home, things had changed
so much. He also attended tho G. A. K.
Encampment at St. Louis . where there
were thousands of people and at which a good
time was had .
Pleased With Vermont. Governor
I'cnnoyert says the prettiest country he saw on
his Eastern journey was the valey of Lake
Champlain in Northern' Vermont. As he
passed through it the forests were in' their
brightest autumn colors, such as he has never
seen before. The glimpses of the lake, its
bays dotted with islands of - radiant hues, pre
sented a picture of rare loveliness, while the
farms and villages showed that the people
were nut living on scenery alone. Statesman.
East Ump-vca Bridge. The contract lor
a county bridge across the East Umpipra
opposite E. Wiaibcrly's house was let this
week to the California Bridge Co. of Oakland
California for $4,497 on condition that a free
right of way is given from the county road to
the bridge on each side of the river by E.
Wimbcrly and Stephen .Shnim over whose
land the road shall pass. Aiid if free right of
way is granted (which we have no doubt will
be, willingly,) the work of construction will
commence as soon as material can be got on
the grounds, and will be completed this fall .
All should heartily co-operate ' in this bridge
. building which so materially adds to the value
of property.
' I-'IXAXCtAL REPORT OP It O VOL IS
COVMTV AGRICULTURAL AXO
MEC1IASICAL associa
tion: Cash Dr.
To stocks. .M
' Gate receipts at grounds. .
' Receipts of ball
. " " " Exclusion train.
t
.$409 :$
.. 595 00
. . 117 00
. . S9 76
55 00
Licence rights
Total
$1266 00
Cr.
By work on race co-.iisc and grounds.
" K Russell $
1 W Wi'ey : .
5 5
73 6
" James McGinniss.
33 50
12 50
I 50
" Chas Wheeler.
" Joe Di.xoi
' V Cocklerea
I 00
Win Buxton
" Jas Davlin
" L Tlmisli ........
" K Russell
" Wm Bremncr
" R SAkers
" Jno Weekly
" Wm Silvers ,
" lili Brockway..
" K B Irelaud
" JnoGeider (blacksmith bill)
" Win Ferguion (building contract)
" (lumber bill)...-..
" (extra labor)
" (I door)
' Jas Byron (bill rendered) :
A Thrush (bill lumber)
" Sheridan Bros (bill rendered)
" E Miller, (bill for boards). . ......
" J Jaskulek (bill rendered).
"EH Lenox (bill services rendered)
T J McBce (bill for posts)
" Review Pub Co (bill rendered). . .
" Moore & Evans (bill rendered)...
" Expense of ball (music & in'grs). .
" " on races J
" ' ladies riding contest. . .
12 OO
15 00
4 50
0 75
17 00
2 00
25
2 00
40 00
3 50
50
165 00
31 2S
10 62
2 50
39 85
258 86
19 60
49 48
20 00
16 75
25 00
15 00
4 45
21 00
47 75
5 00
131 00
23 00
24 00
2 00
3 25
12 00
1 00
excursion train & a'gl . .
Junior band
gate keepers
1 marshal
1 " (mounted),..
2 entry clerks 3d (g 2. .
livery of band
D Lenox on account . .
WmGage" "
4 20
2 00
Total expenditures
Total receipts
$1167 71
$1266 00
Balance on hand , $ 9S 29
This leaves the society clear of debt, and
as will be seen the balance is not very large.
The Executive committee have decided to
allow $75 as premiums viz: $50 on stock and
and $25 in the pavillion, balance to meet cur
rent expenses. The committee also decided
allow cash premiums on stock, and as the $25
. is not as large in proportion to the exhibits, to
award diplomas to that amount, premiums wil
be disposed of as early as possiLle.
E. II. Lexox,
' Secretary.
I Civii tend, Or. Oct. 12, 18S7.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Bridges.
Litigation.
Koads good.
Fine weather.
Bright prospects ahead.
Bridges! bridges!! bridges!!!
Lots of sickness reported now.
Still strangers continue to roll in.
Considerable litigation going on this week.
County court was in session again this week.
Job work a specialty at The Review office.
Burb Brockway was seen on our streets this
week.
Last Saturday was quite a business day for
Uoseburg. j
G. W. Dimmicji of Elklon gave us a call
Wednesday. J
W. C. Winston w ent to Portland this week
on business.
Bury your doubts and try J. Jaskulck's
Bargain store. j
W. K. Moore was on tho sick list a day or
two this week, j
Heavy forest fires are reported near Santa
Kosa California, j
fjuite a number of people in town this week
attending court.
Hon. J. C. Drain was in town attending
court this week. I
Yellow fever is said to be spreading at
Tampa Florida, j
Dr. E. J. Page,; of Oakland, shook us by
the hand this week.
See the list ol heavy tax payers in another
column of this issue.
i
A womans boarding house was opened at
Portland this week.
John Dixon is lying very e-ick at L. Short's
residence in Wilbur.
1
Hon. E. G. Hursh returned last Friday from
his trip to California.
The boom is being felt in our midst, espec
1
ially the bridge boom.
Insure in the old reliable California. M. O
Wimbcrly, local agent.
A bran new organ at The Review office
cheap, come and see it.
S. C. Flint is registered at the Oilman
house in Portland this week-
i
A new double barreled shot gun for sale
cheap, enquire at jhis office.
The present month presents a general ic-vis-al
in all branches of business.
Hon. G. W. Kimball is in Portland attend
ing the Mechanics; fair this week.
Kev. S. T. Wilson was in Roseburg this
week holding quarterly conference.
The Mechanics fair is now in progress and
the attendance is above the average.
Hon. j. F. Watson, of Portland, is in
Roseburg this week attending court.
For good Job work neatly and promptly
executed come to The REVfEW office.
The alleys and streets of Roseburg should
be cleaned and thereby prevent malaria.
Everybody that likes chicken dinnercall at
Moore's resturant especially the preachers.
Win. Ferguson of Camas valley was in Rose
burg this week proving up on his homestead
James Hutchinson of Oakland was in Rose
burg this week and gave The Review a call.
I
Our friend L. S. Rogers sports a fine gold
keystone as a watch charm . It is a beauty.
The Misses Katie and Jennie Buick went to
Portland this week to attend the Mechainics
fair. ;
Mrs W. A. Smick went to Portland to at
tend the Presbytery, which convenes there this
week. j
Judge Thomasi Manning, United Stales
minister to Mexico died in New York this
week . j
Mcssr.i.Cawltield and Ragon are pushing
the work on Abraham's new residence right
along. I
Rev. Walton Skipworth made an able ad
dress on prohibition last night at the court
llOtliC . I
Conquer you prejudice by giving the
-low priced goods !a trial at J. Jaskulek'3 Bar
gain store
The scar and yellow leaf of Autumn is fast
falling and covering the sidewalks and fulling
the streets
There has been a Mission Band consisting
of the children organized in this city. It is
good work
J. W. Wriidit of Mt. Scott was m town this
week and bout;rit'our Chicago Cottage organ,
consequently we do not have any more music
at our otlice.
I
Stoves? Yes, stoves, a car load of the bs
kind of stoves just arrived at J. Taskulek's
Bargain store. '
Mr. E. Skipton father-in law of Prof. J. B
Horner is in town this week, and cave The
Review a call.
Where is that crowd K"ir,g? Catch on:
It is going to J. Jaskuleks Bargain store, for
all kinds of Lamps.
1
As we go to press Kev. John Howard is ly
ing very low at his residence with hopes for his
recovery dispaired of.
Rev. J. C. Richardson will preach in the
Southern Methodist Church in this city next
Saturday and Sunday.
i
J. H.Allen the fisherman returned this
week from Bandon beach and reports it very
windy down there now.
L. McGregor was up from I'ortland again
this week buyinc slock to supply the wants of
bis many customers there.
Mrs. T. R Sjheridan returned this week
from Coos county where she spent the sum
mer visiting and recreating.
Miss Nettie Birll went to Portland this week
to attend the Me :hanics fair and will visit in
Salem a few days on her return .
Miss Edith Callahan passed through Rose
burg last Saturd; y on her way to Days Creek
to again resume rer school work.
Considerable courting going on in town
this week. Scv :ral young ladies called at
The Review o lice which accounts for part
of it.
Moore's restaurant has lieen closed for the
want of a cook but has got a good cook now
and opened azain in cood style. Call an I
see. j
L. Bcliils canie home this wce'.i in response
to a telegram from here stating that his little
daughter was vcrv sick. She is better at
present writing. I
We are sorry to say that the wife of II. L
Envies on the East Umpqua is quite sick with
rheumatism. We hope soon to hear of her
complete recovery.
Rev. T. T. Ilayncs will preach al the Hud
son school house the 4th, Sabbath in Oct . at
1 1 a. m. and at Myrtle Creek at 4 p. m. and
7:30 p. m. same day.
We acknowledge the receipt of a compli
mentary ticket to the North Pacific and fat
Stock Association to be held at Portland com
mencing October 17th.
Wanted at The Review office 5 dozen
hens, one half black Spanish, the other half ;
brown leghorn. Come right along w ith your
fowls and get the cash.
The war in Jerusalem is still raging fiercely
and II. C. Stanton is haying large sales of
those eastern books. A third invoice of them
will soon arrive. Call and examine them.
We w ork for cash,
And not for fun;
And want our pay
When work is done.
A gentleman who arrived in Albany Mon
day from Eastern Oregon over the Lebanon
wagon-road says he found a foot and a half ol
snow on the summit for a distance of seven
teen miles.
The President and parly arc met with cheer
ing multitudes of people every where in their
western trip. They were at St. Taul Monday
where the President made a short speech to
thousands of people.
W. B. Clark said that at last he came to
Roseburg on a "free stage" from his place,
Millwood. He is proud of this new enter
prise, and it all comes of having a Democratic
administration. You see.
Sufferers from the effects of quinine, used as
a remedy for chills and fever, should try Ayer's
Ague Cure . This preparation is a powerful
tonic, wholly vegetable, and without a particle
of any noxious drug. Warranted a sure cure,
A full and complete line of picture frame
moulding lias just been received by P.' Ben
edick. All varieties, widths and styles. Call
and inspect the same. Also a large assort
ment of mirror plates and cornice poles at
remarkably low prices.
I am sorry indeed that the people were dis
apointed last Sabbath at Deer creek. Be
tween the prohf s and myself we made a botch
of matters. Perhaps neither were to blame.
I am sure that I was not intentionally.
T. T. Haynes.
Hon. A. B. Campbell president of the
State Temperance Union of Kansas will be in
Roseburg and will speak to-night on the great
issue before the people vi: Prohibition. Ha
is an able an excellent speaker and all should
hear him. Dont fonrct it is to nicht.
Gen. E. L. Applegale spoke last Friday
night at the court house on temperance vs.
prohibition, and if after listening for two
hours an intelligent man goes away, and after
awhile tries to recall something worthy of re
membrance and utalization he, in our opinion
would fail.
"I have taken, wilhin the past year, several
bottles of Ayer's Sarsapaiilla, and find it ad
mirably adapted to the needs of an impover
ished system . I am convinced that this prep
aration, as a blood purifier, is uncquakl."
C. C. Dame, Pastor Conrre'j.itional church,
Andovr, Me.
Keep an eye open for Bargains in Watches
Clocks, fine Jewelry & Spectacles at J. Jask
ulek s Bargain store. He warrants everything.
as represented and as we know his word to be
as good as a note given by the best man in
Oregon with gilt edge security, we surmise
that the bottom has dropped out of the prices
Quarterly meeting at the ' M. E. Church
Saturday and Sunday. There will be preach
ing Saturday at 2:30 and also at night. The
usual services will be held on Sunday. Quar
terly conference will convene after service
Saturday evening instead of afternoon as was
announced last week. Rev. S. P. Wilson
the presiding elder is already here and will
preside at all the services.
An exchange puts it this way: When a
man conies into the office and planks down
the cash and says: "Send me your paper for
year," that means business. When one
says: I want your paper but haven t got the
money now," that's all right. When he takes
a paper out of the postoffice for several months
and then sends it. back "refused," that's mean
ness. When a man spends from ten cents to
a dollar for cigars or beer every week and says
he can't afford to take his home paper, that's
a no such a thine: . When a man borrows
The Review to read every week, that's cheek.
m m-m
MAGNIFICENT OPPORTUNITIES.
COUNTLESS ARRAY OF BARGAINS' COOPS
ALMOST GIVEN AWAY! CALL AT ONCE
The greatest opportunity ever offered the
citizens of Douglas county to select goods
trom a mammotn stock at tueir own prices
is offered in the final and complete closing
out sale at Sol. Ab raham's store in this city,
Do not delay but call at once as Mr. Abra
ham is desirous'ofclosing out at once and ex
pect to be rid of lus stock in 60 DAYS! Bar
gains are offered in every line of his complete
stock and the rush to his store was never
equalled at any sale in this county. The rea
son is that this is not simply a clearance sale,
in which profits are reduced, but is a grand
bona fide closing out sale to retire from the
mercantile business. The people can judge
of the quality and prices, and the unpreceden
ted rush to his conuters show that the people
appreciate bargains when they sec them! Do
not fail to call at once. If you live in the
country, hitch up your teams and conic and
s ec the bargains. It will well repay y.ju .
MEXICO.
DISASTROUS STORM ON THE I'ACIHC COAST,
Nocjalf.s, Arizona, Oct. II. One of the
most disastrous storms ever known on the
southern coast of Mexico occurred the 71I1 and
Slh. The city of Uuchto, a town ol more
than 8pD0 people, was totally destroyed and
many lives lost . A telegram gives the most
affecting scenes. Many women, children and
men were floundering in the stormy current,
crying for help which was not at hand. The
storm was very severe at Mazauan, but no
particulars are obtainable fur the reason that
the wires are down. Dispatches this after
noon 6tatc that the supposition is there were
a number of wrecks in the rjulf, but the facts
cannot be ascertained. Dispatches to-night
to the associated press reporter say the entire
codec and orange crops in Sinala were de
stroyed. News of the extent of the damage
created great excitement and subscriptions for
the relief of the sufferers have already been
started .
Letter EHnl.
The following letter, or one nearly like it
in an Albany paper was found in Roseburg the
other day:
My Dear Miss .
My heart yearns for the time when I can be
with you again. You can not understand the
depth of my love for you, nor how my heart
swells with a just pride when my eyes look
upon your matchless form and figure. I can
scarcely wait for the time when you shall be
all, all mine, and then we will buy all our
groceries, fruits and vegetables of Moore
Evans who always hava the freshest and best
Yours Lovingly,
John.
A STEEL BRIDGE.
To Span the North Ump
qua at Winchester.
OLD DOUGLAS LEADS.
THE ACTION OF THE FROUUKS-
SIVE COUNTY HOARD
UNIVERSALLY
ENDORSED.
LEADING TAXPAYERS ALL FAVORABLE.
The Review has splendid news for its
readers this week. The era of progress and
improvement is upon us, and Douglas county
is preparing for a future of prosperity and
greatness worthy of her wonderful resources
and great natural advantages. County Judge
Fitzhttgh and Commissioners Hall and McGee
are thoroughly in harmony with the new
spirit, and in fact are entitled to much credit
for the formation of public opinion that im
provements are necessary to the future growth
of our much favored section. These remarks
are called forth by the splendid action of the
County Board on Wednesday the 1 2th inst.,
in letting a contract for the building of a com
bination iion and steel cantilever truss bridge
across the North Umpqua river at Win
chester. The same is to be constructed by
the California Bridge Company of Oakland
California, at a cost of $44,940 and is to be
completed by the 1st of September 1888. The
construction of a bridge at this point was
called for by a petition "ten feet long," to
quote the language of Judge Fiuhugh, and
the said petition was re inforced on Wednes
day last by one from the leading taxpayers of
Roseburg, and those of the county found in
town on that day, requesting the bridge to be
built immediately. In addition to this, Mr
Sol. Abraham, one of the heaviest taxpayers
of the county, made his first personal appear
ance before the Board and delivered a speech
in favor of the bridge, that did him much
credit. The crrcat unanimity of the public in
favor of this large undertaking is fully convinc
ing that our county is inarching in harmony to
the tune of progress. It is worthy of note
that at the same meeting of the Board, a con
tract was let to the same company for the
erection of a combination truss bridge on the
East Umpqua near 1". Wimbtrly'a residence
to cost $4,497, and this with the bridge oyer
the South Umpqua near Winston's which will
be completed by the iirst of next month at a
cost of over $12,000 in conjunction with
smaller appropriations for other bridges will
make over $20,000 which will have been ex
pended this year on bridges in this county,
and this $45,000 contract for next year. As
in everything eUe Douglas takes the lead 111
the number of stream requiring bridges, and
the good work will not cease until we have a
most thorough and complete road system, ex
tending to all parts of the county. All the
work for these leading improvements has
been paid for by careful management of the
of the county's finances, and these bridges are
not built at the expense of a heavy indebted
ness on tne taxpayers, but the coi'STY is
now out OF deist and in splendid financial
condition, the motto being, "improvements on
business piinciplcs.''
But to return to the big bridge. It is. to be
about Soo feet in total length, with combina
tion iron and steel cantilever truss 5S4 lcet
long capable of supporting 580,000 pounds,
all to rest on concrete and iron piers anchored
to the bedrock. The floor will be about 50
feet from the river bed . It will be the first
steel cantilever bridge built in Oregon and the
second on the Pacific coast. Some idea of
its strength and substantial character can be
judged by the fact that the foundations alone
will cost more than the total cost of any other
bridge in the county.
Our space is crowding us and we have but
room to state that the action ol the Board in
the letting of this contract is universally en
dorsed. The voices of the croakers and kick
ers, if there be any, are drowned in the general
acclaim of approval .
Forthcoming Camtuhttea.
The New York Sun suggests the following
"list of candidates for office, both elective and
appointive, who sooner or later may ettim
the consideration of the public:
For president, R. T. Lincoln.
For vice president, F. P. Grant.
For secretary of state, Walker Blaine. .
For attorney-general, Allan W . Evarts
Fof secretary of the treasury, John
Slier-
man, jr.
For secretary ol the intcr:or, Harry Gar
field.
For secretary of the navy, C. Alan Arthur.
For Governor of New York, Hamilton Hah,
r.
For president of the Missouri Pacific, F.ddie !
Gould.
For Master Workman, K. ot'L., Mr. Pow-
dcrly's son.
For champion of America, young Sullivan
Platform (in classic verse:)
Tin glad I'm a gentleman's son."'
EXORMOCS TRAVEL WES THAR IK
if
Will Xecessitnte nn Additional Trqin
on the Union and Central Pacific.
Sax Fra.ncisco, Oct. 10. The Central
Pacific is so greatly overtaxed with its enor
mous west bound passenger business that the
company is considering the matter of running
an extra daily train each Way, and this it will
probaMy do soon if it Can induce the Union
Pacific to put on a corresponding train run
ning west from Omaha. The move will, it s
believed, be an imperative necessity, by
another year. It is stated, however, that T.
G. Potter, of the Union Pacific, is expected
to arrive here soon to make arrangements for
the new service in person, and it is also
slated that by November I the new plan will
be in effect . There were eighteen passenger
coaches on the overland train which came in
from Ot;dcn on Friday last, and on several
occasions of late it has been necessary to run
a train in two sections. The trains rantie
from fifteen to twenty-five coaches, and bag
gage and express cars. Two trains daily arc
run by the Union Pacific as far west as Jules
hurg, Colorado, which is one-third of the dis
tancc from Omaha to Ogdcn. The Union
Pacific people are said to believe that the
running of two trains daily from there to Og
den will not pay. It is a bigger undertaking
for them than for the Central Pacific, which
has less mileage.
NOTICE.
; The undersigned forbids all persons hunting
on liis place. A violation of the above notice
will incur the penalties of the law without fear
or favor. Henry Lander.
circuit court proceemxgs.
Oct. 10th, 18S7.
State of Oregon vs. John McCurdy, R. B
Mathews, unlawful gaiming. Both plead
guilty. Fined $50 each.
b. Marks & H. Wollenberg vs. Simon Kre-
mont et al, confirmation, sale confirmed .
State of Oregon vs. Ned. Gilmore and Lee
1 arner, rime 01 wilfully disturbing a public
meeting. No arrest.
state 01 uregon vs. David Baker, haibonng
nnnor. t iic acknowledgement of satisfaction
t.y motion 01 minor
Diyid Grenot vs. . Frank McMullen et al,
foreclosure default and decree as prayed for.
State of Oregon vs. P. S. Dcarling, Recog-
nuance. Dismissed on motion of Dist. Ally.
State of Oregon vs. Z. T. Andrews, Recog
nizance. Deft. dead.
State of Oregon vs. O. W. Ohlsen, Recog.
nizance. Not a true bill. deft, dischameif and
his bail exonerated ,
Rosalia Telland et al vs. Thos. Reilly et al, I
Suit to quiet title of real property. Order
made substituting admr. and heirs and cause
refernd to clerk of court to report testimony
by next term
B. A. Owens Adair vs.
Action to recover money
amend answer.
J. J. Whitsett,
Application to
J. M. Dillard vs. Allen & Lewis
W. Merrill, Action to recover money.
and G.
Settled
and dismissed.
G. W. Weaver vs. C. W. Johnston admr.
and Esther Owens, Suit to set aside a fraudu
lent Conveyance. Report of referee filed.
Humphrey and Flint vs. R. Phipps, W. R.
Willis and wife, S. Hamilton, G. A. Taylor
and H. C. Slocum, Foreclosure. Referee re
port on file.
Chas. Kohn & Co. vs. A. F. Flournoy,
Action to recover money. Demurrer over
ruled with leae to answer.
Thompson Dellart & Co vs. Henry and
John Bowcn, Action to recover money. Set
fled and dismissed.
School Conir's vs. B. F. Dowell and wife.
Foreclosure. Demurrer overrullcd and de-
fault of defendants duly entered and decree of
foreclosure entered.
S. Hamilton vs. J. B. Spaur, Sarah Spaur
and Frank Spaiir, Suit in equity for posses
sion of real property. Settled and dismissed.
S. Marks & Co. vs. Thos. P. and Mary A.
Baker, Motion for leave to issue execution.
Settled and dismissed.
Phoebe E. Day vs. J. L. and Sarah Coon,
Foreclosure. Default and decree.
S. Marks & Co. vs. Jos. .'lobcrls, Action
to recover nif'iiey. Settled, and dismissed
. Elizabeth ('lariison vs. ( J. Hocket,
Action to recover money. Ycrdict in lavor of
pltT. for $31.
John T. McBJc vs, Jacob Spaur, S. Spam
and D. White, Action to recover real ptopcrty
and damages. Demurrer withdrawn
s ith
leave to answer tiled.
Joel Thompson vs. J. II. Whitsett and J.
B. Williams, Action to recover money. Set-
led and dismissed.
Cathrinc Brooks vs. John W. Brooks,
Divorce. Referred to S. F. I loed to ienort
testimony.
E. J . Page vs. Theresa A. Tage, Divorce.
Demurrer to answer oyerrnlled and order
made allowing deft, $30 per month for her
support and $250 for to maintain her defense,
payment of alimony to be made within thirty
days, and every 30 days thereafter, and
$100 of allowance to be paid within 30 days
and remaining $150 within 90 days.
Mary E. Stearns vs. R . L. Stearns, Divorce.
Default and referred to V. C. Paikcr to re
port testimony.
Julia Levy vs. E. II. Levy, Divorce. De
cree in favor of plaintiff.' ' " '"'
E. and A. B. Tingle ys. Geo. M. Beeler,
Action to recover money. Order of sale of
attached property.
W. Benjamin vs. Elizabeth Garrison and
S. T. Garrison, Foreclosure. Settled and
dismissed.
Wm. WTade vs. Ellis Blackwell, Confirma
tion. Sale confirmed.
State of Oregon ys. Willard Cane and John
Whitney, unlawful gaiming. Guilty, lined
$50 each.
State of Orecon vs. C . D. Murray, Recog
nisance. Guilty sentenced to one year in pen
tentiary. OA KLAXV items.
Mr. James McKinney is now proprietor of
the Bailey hotel.
P. B. Beckley Esq. and wife went to Rose-
burg on Monday returning the same day,
W. K. Hanna is acain a cilicn of Oak-
land and will conduct a restaurant 011 Locust
street.
Rev. Saycr entertained the people of Oak
land from the lmlnil, Sunday morning and
evening.
Aunt Katie Churchill left Oakland on Mon
day night for Stockton California, where she
will visit friends.
Mr. -Myers of Portland, arrived iu Oakland
on Tuesdav niirht. He has been cngancd to
work on the residence of C . A. Sclilbrcde
I lus lot east ol tne beckley 11 very
livery and will
soon creel a handsome eoltaerc on the same
lot. !
Monday last, and will resume the study of
medicine and surgery in the ofiicc with
lVc.
jjr
Our little city is unusually quiet this week,
quite a number of our people being al Court,
and others attending the Mechanics Fair at
Portland. ,
G. A. Taylor and wife were in Oakland
Sabbath last. Mrs. Taylor was curotite for
the Mechanics Fair, Mr. Taylor returning to
Koseimrg Monday morning.
1,-11 I, 1 c- i 1 1. . t I.........
hall on lad- Saturday night to a good house,
on the temperance question. Vc have various
opinions as to the cried of his talk.
We regret to note thc illness of Prof. G.
T. Russell. His nhvsician says he is suffer
ing from over work. We hope the Prof,
will take necessary rest from his labors, and
that he may soon recover his wonted health.
Rev. Mr. Haynes of Roseburg and ofM.
E. C. S. preached an able sermon in the Dap
list church on last Monday night to n large
and much interested congregation. Wc hope
often to have the pleasure and profit of listen
ing to Mr. Ilayncs.
Uoxana.
A Letter Trom- Iowa.
ObKALOOSA, IOWA, Oct. 7th, J087.
Ev. Roseburg Review: Thre -will be
four car loads start from here on the 20th inst
for the racitte coast. Some are gotrj to your
place, myself with the ballance will be there
about the 15th of November if nothing hap
pens. I Remain Yours,
Je&seJ. Hill,
Xbtable Death.
Paris, Oct. 10. Maurice
trainer ol Patti, is dead.
Strakosch,
OVR SOLID MES.
The following is" a list
of tax payers of I
Douglas county that pay over $100
Abraham Hyman $ 25 00
Abraham Sol 38200
Adams Mack and wife. .
140 00 1
Agee B C 21 60
Applecate Albert 120 So I
American Mortgage Co. of Scotland
Aprdecate Lucv and Irene .1
Archambeau G Jr 104 30 1
Binder Anthony 128 30 1
Balfour--.
tsooo
328 40
109 70
I!0 00
165 00
555 10
Beckley Henry
Beckley PB
Bingham Sol estate. .
Bogges Thos Bons
Browne Thos
Browne &
Vbraham too 00 j
Browne Jacob...:
Browne A F ....
1 14 00
285 00
196 30
101 00
130 00
Booth! O
Clark & Baker. . .
Canaday John.,
Cellars Jos
128 40 1
Chenoweth Jas 209 00 1
Cole Jas.
1 13 70
293 7
III 30
Conn Henry .
Cooper Plinn.
Crouch Mrs M 132 40
Curry N 250 00
Davlin Jas 188 40
Dawson I R 106 10,
Day G W 120 00
Day Phoebe E 1 44 30
Dixon J R 131 30 1
Dixon R B
135. 30 1
Dixon & Irving
424 70
138 60
25550
Drain C& Sons .
Drain & Co.
Dundee Mortgage Trust & Invest
ment Co.......... 367 50
Durland Mr & Mrs C G. . . 223 80
Eliff Hardy. 201 00
Emmilt John 298 40
Evans S D 142 60
Gardiner Mill Co 992 60
Grenot David... 133 50
Giubb J II .
137 6o
Hall John 174 5
Hall Geo 347 30
HallLS 10020
Hamtlton Jas 102 70
Hamilton S -. 403 90
Hart II B 100 30
1 Iayncs Geo 274 90
HcddcnC 225 00
Hcndcrer Chas G 1 60 00
Hinklc Robt f.14 20
Holmes M" B 257 90
Humphrey & Flint .
Hunt T C
329 10
165 So
Irwin Wm 129 00
Jones Ahraham
117 20
202 40
Jones Geo V
Josephson M 125 00
.Kent Levi.
Kcrley W T
iO 90
' 33 80
Kimball G W, . .
Ktmmcll Chas..
Landers Henry.
141 10 1
189 20 j
'37 90
Lapoint Chas.
296 90
Larout N !.?7 20
Levens D A 109 80 1
Love Wm. 105 70
Lyons M 107 50
Mannin" Wm . . ; 100 SO
Marks & Wollenberg 646 So
Martin Mrs Emma 120 00
Maxwell Y
McGuire DC
MinardS
Nichols IB
O&C RRto
I jn 00
HI co
'58 50
1 m &n
tc 9 cm
10
"
357 20
Oregon Southern Imp Co. .
Ozouf A - E
Pacific Tostal Telegraph Co
100 00
Rast John J70
Reed A W
Rice Isadorc E .. .
ioy 40
204 10
Richards Jas
Riddle T S
160 w
Rose Aaron
1S2 00
Sclig Simon
Shambrook Geo
Sheridan Bros
Smith Chas W . . . .
Smith Cyrus
143 00
238 20
i S3 60
192 00
138 30
206 40
Smith Mrs S & Sons.
Smith Tho?
Standlcy Henry
Stearns D W
'7 9
04 7o
122 60
Sutherlin Fendal.
066 10
J J
Sutherlin J P estate
Talkinglon Warner 12
Thompson W R.
si? 60
Tipton M & Son.
r . ,
t n m
140 00
Tracy C E
Western Union Telegraph Co..
151 00
Wheeler Simeon csfate.
160 00
Willamette Raal Estate Co.
Woodruff A II estate
Young Jas C. . . '.
1 ) in
"3 30
102 00
191 CO
24 40
Young E G
Young EG & Cu ,
Voles Valley Amendment Lctipne.
Friday evening, Oct. 7 18S7.
The following programme was carried out .
Prof. O. C. Brown was elected CSairnian by
a large majority; Wm. Churchill, Secretary;
v , ,
Mr.
1 nomas, icssc onamuiwK oiuu
. .
nenry, literary committee, a ng cnuuw
"Gol.lcn Slippers" was sung by L. S. Forlin,
I r r -.1- T-t 3 r:ti! 1.
.uurue inomn ana miium
son. 1 jvc uunuic speccnes wnicu wcio en
joyed by all, followed by a ong entitled "Hide
Away.'" Hon. S. F. Floed was elected
speaks for the next meeting by a large
m.,;.T On n,tinn th iMvlins mliourned
. " .-w..w .... j
to meet Friday, Oct. 14, 1S87 at
7 O ClOCk
'
n(ru -an- .iirr 1
thc pubhc know that they've interested jn
prol.ibition afiairs, that which I think all citi -
zens should be fully as deep if not more inter'
1 thaa they. My reasons for Ibis is that
1 ... t,,... ti,-c in mi, liaiitifiil
we have no whiskey shops in our beaulilul
valley, ami but tew, il any, mat loves uie
king. .Now we ask tnose tnat are not in lavor
Now we ask those that are not in favor
of prohibition to come to our meeting, or visit
some of the saloons in the neighboring towns,
,1 1 think bevond a doubt vou wilt come and
sign our pledge at once.
William Churchill,
Secretary.
HIED'
OTEV: A Wilbur Oct. Sth, 1S87, E. W.
Otey died after a brief illness.
Mr. Otey was one of the pioneers of Ore
gon, having emmigrated here in 1851.
was born in Virginia in Isib, and was at the
time of his death in his 5 1st year. He wm
good ana weii respectcu citizen in tec cwipu
nity in which he lived, and has now gone to
reap his reward in the world beyond.
Only 40 Cents.
In postage stamps for a new Nickle Plated Hons.
Stem Winder and Stem better atcn,
patented. Address ROY JACKSON, Box
311 t-ast I04U1 street, N. Vi city. Mention
this paper.
THE HOE MARKET.
The Opinion of Mr' W. J. ITcrrcH, Ike
Hop Commission Merchant, on
The Outlook.
From W. J. llcrren, hop commission uicr-
chant of this city, the following concerning
prospecls of the hop market, etc.. are Fathered
Growers are busilv encaeed and but few sam
care being taken in handling than in any pre-
vious crop. In some instances the yield has
been rather disappointing on account of the
dry weather daring the growing season, but
where the vines have received good cultiva-
tion and proper care, the y ield has been fair
and the quality good.
A good deal of surprise is manifested in the
trade at the apparent indifference of brewers
to block up. They have bought nothing,
comparatively speaking, and nearly all sales
of 1S87 heps so far have been for the English
market, anJ it is now quite certain that .1
large portion of our choice goods will find
ready buyers at remunerative prices for that
market. A few hundred bales of New York
state hops were recently sold for export at
l7'i "nts per pound in San Francisco, but
one sale is reported of 100 bales at 11 cents,
and that market is quoted nominally al ten to
thirteen cents.
The Statesman recently noted one sale of
forty bales by Mr. Herrcn that netted the
grower 12 cents here, but more inquiry from
England and the disappointment concerning
the quality of New York state hops gives a
firmer tone to the market, and some improve
ment is looked for. Orders are still wanting,
and those who hold for fancy prices may get
left. States-nan.
Shiloh's Locals.
"Hackmetack" a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Trice 25 and 50 cents, Sold by W
S. Hamilton.
Shiloh's Clre will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
For sale by W. S. Hamilton.
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents.
For sale by W. S. Hamilton.
Sit 1 lohs Catarrh Remedy A positiv
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria, and Canker
Mouth. Sold by W S. Hamilton.
Why W'ill You cough when Shiloh's
Core w ill give immediate relief. Price lOcts.,
50 cts., and $1 . For sale by W. S. Ham
ilton. For DysI'EI'sia and Liver Complaint, you
have a printed guarantee on every bottle of
Shiloh's Yitalizcr. It never fails to cure.
Sold by W. S. Hamilton.
The Rev. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind., says. "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cire.
Sold by W. S. Hamillonf
' Are YOU made miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Yitalizer is a positive
cure- sold by w. s. Hamilton
TTrefeiet Indeed.
Are lnose wnom a conhrmeu tendency to uu
lousness, subject to the various and cliangeful
symptoms indicative of liver complaint. Nau-
sea s'c headache, constipation, fcrred
tongue, an unpleasant breath, a dull or sharp
1 P111 in lnc neighborhood ol the aitecteu or
1 can, impurity of the blood and loss cf appc
I lite, signalize it as one of the most distressing,
1 " 11 onc tne most common, of maladies.
There is, however, a benign specific for the
disease and all its unpleasant manifestations.
I1 's tne concurrent testimony of the public
and the medical profession, that Hostettcr's
Stomach Bitters is a medicine which achieves
! results speedily felt, thorough and benign.
370 20 Besides rectifying liver disorder, it invigorates
' the feeble, conquers kidney and bladder com
230 plaints, and hastens the convalescence of
1 those recovering irom enieeonng diseases.
1 Moreover, it is the grand specific for fever
wd ague
If tot True Merit Will Jto.
The unprecedented sale of Boschcc's Gcr
man Syrup within a few years, has astonished
the world. It is without doubt the safest and
best remedy ever discovered for the speedy
and effectual cure of Couchs, Colds and the
severest Lune troubles. It acts on an en-
itirclv different nrinciolc from the usual pre
I scriptions given by Physicians, as it does not
1 drv up a couth and leave the disease still in
1 the system, but on the contrary removes the
I 'r.i.- 1.1- V 1- . t - .,- 1 ,1
I CaUSC UI UIC 1IUUIMC7 iUtt 'una Aiivvivu
ww 1 ,,i ,nvplhcm in a mirelv healthv condition
5 A bottle kept in the house for use when the
diseases make their appearance, will save
I doctor's bills and a lone spell of serious illness,
i trial convuice yu ' lncse ,acts- 11 is
1 positively sold by all druggists and ceneial
dealers in the land. Price, 75 cts., large bot
I ties,
I -
Cure for Piles.
PiIks are freouentlv DrecetleuUv a seuas
0f wcignt in the back, loins nd lower part
of the abdomen, causir patient to sup-
DOSe 110 hta aHectlon Ot the ludneys Or neign-
. AX . : t i .
Doling organs, av uuin, Bjuiywuia vi u-
ditrestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
V. . i . ' A ;fll
of the stomach, etc. A moisture, like pers-
piration, producing a very disagreeable itch-
iBC. after eettins warm, is a common attend
ant Blind. Blecdina and Itching Piles
yield at once to the application of Dr.
;ko8anco'g pjie remedy, which acts directly
Upon the parts effected, absorbing the ta.
1 1 rT ' v ' r
i vct r
1 I fpotintr a nerrrmnent cure
Price 50 cenU.
- nr - Medicine Co..
o Medicin
Piqua, 0.
Sold by Dr. S. Hamilton.
A it End to lione Scraping.
Edward Shepard, of Harrisburg, III., says:
I . . x. 1 c. r,..
M"vng rcce.vcu so n..u ,t.u
",c """ J1 U,J uul " " .
Humanity Know U. nae Hitu a iuuu.u
- I . t r... -:t. -.Jn.ln InM
I . ,
I ore u" ,c14 ,w J w u'j uwivw
I ... . ... .
mc 1 would nave to nave uie pone scrapeu w
ct leg amputated. 1 uscu insieau, uiree uoiues
of Eledtnc bilters and seven boxes uuckicns
1 Arnica Salve, and my leg is now sound and
. - . . a.
1 wc"' - - . .
twcinc Miters are soiu at 5 cu.ts a t,ott!C
I "U imcKico s zinnia oaiic iti .jvtiuj imi uv
r
1 j "- - -
j GwMl RefHua j,t ircry Case
jj, a. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer ol
j Chattanooga, Tcnn., writes, that he was e
riouslyarllictcd with a severe cold that settled
on his luncs: had tried many remedies with
out benefit. Being induced to try Dr. King's
cw Discovery lor Consumption, did so and
was entirely cured by use of a few bottles.
Since which time he has used it in his family
for all Coughs and Colds with best results.
This is the experience of thousands wose
lives
have been saved by this Wonderful Discovery I Homestead Entry No 30ei for the lots 5 and 6 6t-c 30
. - . T" n- C5 u a ' war lt it., f, 1 r. r
Trial Bottles free at
A. C. Marstcrs & Co's.
Drug Store.
Oust What They All Say.
Hon. D. D. Hay nie of Salem, Ills, says he
uses Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup in
his family with the most satisfactory results,
in all cases of Coughs, Colds and Croup, and
ffffimm.nrl it in nartirnlar (rw tf. ltlll nnK.
He
a
- sample bottle 5 cents at W. S. Hamiltons.
Liter nils.
Use Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pilla fo
Sallow Complexion, Pimples on the face
1 Biliousness.
!.. . .
Ncvet sickens or gripes.
one for a dose .
Samples free at W. S. IlamJ Douglaa county, Oregon wf thin sis months frm uhe
r . date of this notice or the first publication thereof.
just
15,
Roseburg i. the only town in Oregon
allows a slaughter house Within its limits,
Copy Of Order. '
In the county court of Douglas Co. State of Or.
In the matter of thegunrtiiaubhip ' )
of c
Minor heirs of Levi Bet-klcv deceased J
citation.
Now at this tinie comes Henry Beckley guardian
of Mary Beckley and Lola G. Beckley minor heirs of
Levi Beckley deceased an i files his sworn petition
which seU forth the allowing facts to-wit: That
said petitioner is tiic dulv appointed Guardian .
of the minor heirs of Levi Beckley deceased, that
aid minor heirs re residents of Douglas county
Oregon, that said minor heirs are each the owner of
an undivided one third interest in foe of the follow.
iiiT described real property, situate in said Douglas
county, state of Qregon, towit: Lots numlercd 5
and 6 of sec. 19 and U.K. quarter of N. W. 1 of
sec. SO in T. 22 S. R. 7 West and lots numbered 5
and 6 of see. 24 inT. 22 S.B. 8 West of Willamette
Meridian containing 17i.00 acres, that the personal
property of said minors has been exhausted ex
cepting about t70 each and that it is necessary to
sell said real proiierty in order to support main
tain and educate said minors, that the interest of
said minora in said real property docs not rent for
or otherwise contribute t the support of said min
ors and that said property is depreciating in
value. Wherefore petitioners asks that an order
of this court he made directing the next of kin
and all others interested in tho said estate to appear
and show cause why a license should not be grunted
for the sale of said real pnicrty. It is therefore
ordered and adjudged by the court that an order is
sue to the next of kin and all other persons inter
ested in said real estate to be and appear in this
court on Tuesday, the Sith day of October, 1SS7 at
10 o'clock a. m. then and there to show cause if any
there be why an order of this court should not be
made for the sale of said real property as prayed for
in said petition. It is further ordered that personal
service of this order be made at least 10 days before
the time for the hearing thereof and tnat a cony of
this order be published in the "Rosr.nriw Rbvikw"
a weekly newspaper of general circulation in Doug
las county, Oregon- for the full jKiriod of three suc
cessive weeks.
ATTRSTj
T. R. Siisripas, County Ciork, by 1 J.8. FiTXiirnii,
W. T. Wrioiit, Deputy Clerk j Countv Judge.
Administrator's Sale of Kcnl
Property.
In the County Court ol the State of Oregon in aiid
for the County of Douglas.
In the matter ot the estate 1
of .
J. J. Wbittett, deceased. j . .
19 all vhom it liny eonrerii.
TTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES, THAT UNDER
J.X and in pursuance ot an order of the Countv
Court, entered therein on the 16th day of September
1887, directing a license to issue to the underaigned
Administrator of the estate of 'J. J. Whitsett de
ceased, to sell ou the premises for cash- in hand at
such time as he snail deem best for the interest of
said estate, all the real property, belonging to said
estate, or so mucli thereof as may De necessary to
satisfy certain mortgages on said property. 1 will
therefore, for the purpose of raising money to pay
off and discharge the mortgages ot George Haynes
and Sol. Abraham on the whole of said real estate on
SATURDAY the SOth day of October 1867.
at t he hour uf one o'clock P. SI. of said day, on said
remises, sen at punlic auction to tne highest bidder
or cash the following described premises or so much
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy aforesaid mort
gages to-wit: ihe South half 01 south V est quarter
of Section eleven and South East quarter ot South
fcast quarter of Section ten (101 and Isorth East
quarter of the North East quarter of Section fiftceu
all iu Township 23 South of Kangc 5 West of Will.
Mer. containing one huiidied and sixty acres. Also
all that piece or )arccl ot land described as follows,
beginning at the Xortb West eoruerof Section elcrcu
(11) running thence East forty-t o chains and sixty-
nve links tnence South to the south Due of Donation
claim No. 41 of James P. Gilmore and wife, thence
west along said line t Section line between Sec
tions ten and eleven (10 & U)tlieiicc North along
said Section line to place of beginning being a por
tion of said Donation claim No 11 situate in Suction
eleven (11) Town 28 S. U. 5 West Will. Mer. contain
ing 2Zu acres. Also tne Donation land claim of
James F. hitsctt described as the South half of the .
South East quarter of Section eleven (11) and the
SouthWcst qunrterof the SoHth West quarter of
Section tw elve(12) in Town 2S South of Range a West
viil. Mer. containing 110 acres; exceptuig 4 acres
from the above tract described as comniencinz at the
North East comer of the South West quarter of
South Wet quarter of Section 12 running thence
South 15 rods thence West Mi rods thence North 1 j
rods and tlicdcc East SO rods to place of beginning.
Also the North West quarter of Section
thirteen (13) iu Town 2S South of Range a West
Will. JUT, containing iw acres.
j. it. ui rat ITT,
Administrator of the estate of J, J' Whitset
NOTICE
Of Restoration of Indemnity Lands of
the 0- & 0- B- B. Company to the
Public Domain.
t S. Land Office, Roseburg, Or. Sept. 16, 1S7.
Pcrsuant to instructions of the Hon. Secretary of
the Interior, dated August 15th, 1SS7, and under
the direction of the Hon. Commissioner of the Gen
eral Land Office, dated August 31st, 1S87.
NOTICE IS IIEKfcBY GIVES THAT TIIC W ITH
dramal of lands tor indemnity purposes under
the grant to the Oregon Central, now Oregon &
Callornia Railroad Company by act of July Sith
1806, has bctn revoked by the order of the Hon.
Secretary of the Interior, to take effect from the
aate of the order (August 15th, 18s7.) And that
11 lauds so withdrawn for indemnity punmseg
under said grant within th is, the Roseburg U. 3.
Land District are restored to the public domain aud
opened to settlement under the general land laws,
except ?uch lands as may be covered by selections
approved by the commissioner of the General Land
Office and the Secretary of the Interior. And that
on and after the ISth day of Qctolcr 1SS7, said lands
will be open to filing and entry, All applications
for filings and entries on lands covered by unap
proved selections will he received, noted aud held
subject to the claim of tho company, and when pre
sented alleging ujwn sufficient primafacie showing
that the land is not subject to the company's right
of selection, notice thereof will be given the com pa,
ny, and thirty days allowed within which to file ob
jections, if no objections are filed such application
will be admitted, but if the comjiany shall appear
and show cause, an investigation will bo ordered to
deteimine whether the land is subject to the com
pany's right of selection.
Chas. W. 'oustox, A. C. Joxf-s,
Register. v Reverter.
NOTICE
Of Restoration of Indemnity Lands of
Oregon Central Waon Road Com
pany to tne Public Domain.
V. S. Laud Office, Roseburg, Dr., Sept. 16. lasr.
Pursuant to instructions of the II mi. Secretary
of the Interior, dated August lath, ls87, and un
der direction of the Hon. Commissioner ot the Gen
eral Land Office dated August 30, 1SS7.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE WITH
drawal of lands for indemnity purposes under
the grant to the state of Oregon for the Oregon
. 1 . l 1' I! . . I P.,i.i...r-.- U,. m ... ,,f T.,1. O . . . 1
I mi h-..wn revuko.i And that a land so iti,.
drawn for indemnity purposes under said grant
r'eoT
pr0Ved by the Commissioner of the General Land
. . . ... f. . . . V. 1 .. . .-
umccanainc occrevar u iuc micjioi, arc re-
stored to the imbiicdoinain, and o,ned tj "tile-
ment under the general laud laws And that on
n() aftw lt)h Jay of 0rtobci.t lss7f ,aml8
wnj be oien to filing and entry, ah applications
for filings and entries on lands covered by unap-
J'l0!!!1 "2toda!2d J2
I presw,ted alleging upon sufficient primafacie sboiv-
Ing that the land is not subject
voine comiian s
will be given the
":''c
company, ana tniny ua. amwcu wiuun m-nicii to
i nic oojecuuus, wjtvi i mcu i(ni
cation will be admitted, but if the company shall
appear and show cause, an investigation will be or
dered to determine whether the land is subject t
the companv's right of selection.
Cius. W. J011NSTOM, A C. Joxr-s,
Register. Receiver.
Notice For Publication.
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Land Office at Koscbnrg, Oregon, Oct. 6th loot.
1 TyroTICE is HEIIEBY l THAT THE Kt)l-
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claim, and that said proof will be made before the
IllWUslVIt " Uiaac , 1' v 'u'rui VI ill
. I HAiM n Rmimv., nt IT H I . .1.1 .,m .L iu..
ltm0wBMltO1fatnria.ilt0Blhcr 12, 17, viz:
Augua ;B. f 8 .TS
1 26,8 K West w. m.
co;ln;r ideA"'u(,,:t .nd Uivatio'n of,' Vd
1 ianu, viz: j. tanwngm, jonn rearce, a. v ioucii,
Geo. W. Alderson all of Cleveland, Douglas county,
lorejon.
CIIAS. W. JOHXSTOS,
Register.
Xotice For liiMicntioii.
Land Office at Hnscburg, Or., Sept. 11, 1&7.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE Fol
lowing named settler hs filed notice of his
intention tj make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said prot.1 will lie made before the
Register or Receiver ol V. 8. Land Otlice at R.mk
burg, Oregon, on Saturday. Not. 5, USa7, vi
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A. II VITI.UtK,
Tp 2a S. H. 8 West W. M. He names tho following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation ot, said land, viz: James F. Templin,
of Roseburg, Douglas countv Oregon, Wm. C. Burk,
P. W. McKinney, John Stephens of Oakland, Doug
las county Oregon. Cas. W. Johnstos,
Register.
Administratrix Xotice
IVTQTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UX
XI dsrsigncd bs been duly appointed by tho
order ol the County Court l Doujlas county, state
of Oregon. Administratrix ol thc estate of Frances
Arena in beau deceased and that she has duly quali
and I claims against the deceased are required u present
fied as such Administratrix. All persons noinng
r 1 mem to saiu Adminisirainx ouiy ibui
Only ,t her regWencein French Settlement m
And alt persons knowing themselves tnaemea iu
the deceased are notified to mak immediate pay.
ment to said administratrix.
that Dated Se?t . 30th, r. t Al(lflluCi
I Aonny for iw 6Uj. . Adnunwtratn,

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