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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1896)
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1)0 enutr to buy n bar'! or two, for a be
siniiiu." We vtz entlioo&iastlc till wo come to
lu'.lotin, for the man to keep the Uce,
when it ut found instid uv my bein'
chosen, joonauimously, ei I eggspected
to be, thst every man bed, votid for his
te'f. Kz not a soul uv them woald re
cede, the bkecut mis blocked rito there,
and finally hed to l abandoned and we
went luck to Uiscoru's and Eubmilttd.
That tyrant her us.
LTv course wo can't aland likker di
1 o!eJ in that manner. Wo are willin'
enufl to dtloot the currency wilh wich to
pay for likker, but we want oar lifeker
full strength, We coodn't belp it, but
that nita wo sifiued and sent to our rep
resentative a remonstrance agin the sil
ver bill. The Corners is now for a hon
est cunency. Wood, O wood, that we
hed some uv it.
I'ctkolkcm V. Nasuy, Fiuausseer.
THE LAW OF 1S90.
The Sherman Act and the Purchase
of Silver Bullion.
1SS9 W). Chapter DCCVII1. An act
directing the purchase of silver bullion
and the usue of treasury notes thoreon,
and for other purposes.
Be it enacted. That the secretary of
the treasury is hereby directed to pur
chase, from time to time, silver bullion
to the aggregate amount of -1,500,000
ounces, cr so much thereof as may bo
offered, iu each month, at the market
price thereof, not exceeding $1 for 371
25-1G0 grains of pure silver, and to issue
in payment for such purchase of silver
bullion treasury notes of the United
States, to be prtpared by the eecretary
oi the treasury, in such form and of each
denominations, not less than $1, nor
more than $1000, as he may presciibe,
and a sum sufficient to carry into effect
the provision! cf this act is hereby ap
propriated out of any money in t'ae
treasury not otherwise appropriated.
Sec. 2. That the treasury notes issued
m accordance with the provisions of this
act shall be redeemablo on demand, in
coin, at the treasury of the United
States, and when so redeemed may be
reissued, but no greater or less amount
of such notes shall be outstanding at
any time than the cost of the silver
bullion and the standard silver dollars
coined therefrom then held in the
treasury purchased by such notes;
and such treasury cotes shall be a
legal tender in payment of all debts,
public and private, except where other
wise expressly stipulated in the contract,
and shall be receivable" for customs,
taxes and all public dues, and when re
ceived may be reissued ; and such notes,
whea held by any national banking as
sociation, may be counted as a part of its
legal reserve. That upon demand of the
holder of any of the treasury notes
herein provided for, the secretary of the
treasury shall, under such regulations
33 hs may prescribe, redeem each notes
in gold or silver coin, at his discretion,
it being the established policv of the
United States to maintain the two met
als on a parity with each other upon the
present legal ratio, or such ratio as may
be provided by law.
Sec. 0. That the secretary of the
treasury shall each month coin 2,030,000
ounces of the silver bullion purchased
under the provisions of this act into
standard silver dollars, until the 1st day
of July, 1391, and after that time he
shall coin of the silver bullion purchased
under the provisions o! this act as may
be necessary to provide for the redemp
tion of the treasury notes herein pro
vide! for, and any gain or seigniorage
arising from such coinage shall be ac
counted for and paid into the treasury,
Sec 4. That the silver bullion pur
chased under the provisions of this act
shail be subject to the requirements of
existing law and the regulations of the
mint service governing the methods of
determining the amount of pure Eilver
contained, and the amount of charges
and deductions, if any, to be made,
Sec. 5. That eo much of the set cf
February 23, 1S7S, entitled, "An act to
authorize the coinage of the standard
silver dollar and to restore its legal ten
der character," as requires the monthly
purchase and coinage of the same into
silver dollars of not lesj than $2,000,000
nor more than $4,000,000 worth of silver
bullion, is hereby repealed.
Sec. G, That upon the passage of Ibis
act the balances standing with the
treasury of the United Stales to the
respective credits nf national banks fo
deposits made to redeem the circulating
notes of such banks, and all deposits
thereafter received for like put pose,
shall be covered into the treasury as a
miscellaneous receipt, and the treasurer
of the United States shall redeem from
the general cash in the treasury the cir
dilating notes of said banks, which may
come into his possession, subject to re
demption, and upon the certificate of
the controller of the currency that sucl:
notes have teen received by him, and
that they have been destroyed, and
that no new notes will be issued in
their place, reimburcements of
their amount shall be made to the
treasurer, under ecch regulations as
the Eecretary cf the treasury may pre
Bsribe, from an appropriation hereby ere
ated, to be known as "Ja ional bank
notes; redemption account." but the
provisions of this act shall not apply to
the deposi's received under section 3 of
lue act ol June 'M, 1S4, requiring every
national lunk to keep in lawful money
with the treasurer of the United States
a SJtn equal to o percentum of its circu
lation. to be held and used for the re
deinptibn of its circulating notes ; and
tho balance remaining of thexleposits bo
covered snail, at the close oleacli month
be reported on the monthly public debt
statement as dent ot tuo L niteu btates
bear in 2 no interest.
Sec. 7. That this act ehall tako effect
30 days from and after its passage
Approved July 14. 1S90 )
An act approved September 20, 1890,
discontinued the coinage of the $3 and
$1 gold pieces and 3c nickel piece.
piHUV i NO OTHER
You will nuil one coupon
Inside each two ounce bag,
nil two coupons Inside racn
four ounce bag of Illack
vrcll'a Durham. Uuy a hag
of this celebrated tobacco
and read the coupon wlitrh
give a list of valuable j rel
ents and hoiv to get tlicui.
Attorney at Law,
Room2,MarstcrsBulldlnB, - ROSEDUKO, OB.
nr-Bustncss boforo the U. S. Land Omco ana
mining cases a specialty.
Lato Receiver U. 8. Land oiacc.
JgKOWN & TUSTIN,
Rooms 7 and 8
Ta St Wilson Mock.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will cnclles In nil the courts of the Htste. Of
flee in the Court House, DougUs county, Or
THE THIRD ADDITION
The IlOWC Farm, east of town, has been plat
ted aud is now on the market in Lots and Blocks containing
3, 20, 30, and 40 acres, ranging in price from $25 to $100
Any one wanting a fruit, vegetable or chicken farm
or a suburban home can now be accommodated on easy
All lots sold iu First Brookside addition have more
than doubled in value. The prospect is much better for
the future. More fortunes are made iu lauds near a grow
ing town or city than any other way. Sieze the oppor
For information or conveyance, call at ony Real
Estate Office, or on
G T. BELDENj Prop.
MRS. N. BOYD,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Crocker, Glass aud Delfware, Tobacco and Cigars,
Toys, Notions and Fancy Goods.
Higest Prices Paid for Country Produce of All Kinds
Kluc.tt Line ofTl'AS Iu the City. Prices trom l. t fioc j:r rHind.
.AN EXTRA INDUCEMENT.,
10 io 10 10 10 10 ia 1 10 1 10 1 & 1 5 m i :o T 10 1 .o ' so u
I want your trade, and lir
RING thU Card with too and have jour CAM!
t PURCHASES winched out to the amount ol 119.
and you can have a Life-like Portrait. Crayon or
Water Color Hat, from any ;ho:otrrlh or tintype you
We further aiiure you thai ti the ir trait is not sat
isfactory yea need not accept It.
We sire you the ;ortrait FKKE. you pay only for
The eov. ol the Iraaw, c,las. etc, wilt bo at whoto
sale cost prices.
as an Inducement to pet I; IV
I make the follotrisg lib- 10
eral offer Call and I will ,10
prtfent you with a card , S
like Use one printed op- ' i-
posile, and when the 5
card Is CH.1 op yon may
secure the portrait- &
5 S I i 5 10 1 10 f 10 : 10 10 10 10 ' 1 . 1.. ; li ! IS 1 1& LWS J
Call and set: sample ol these taautiiul iMirtraits durUcd 12 uiy show window cud let
ne present yoa mjih a 410 uczet cry truiy yours.
Comer Jackson and Caw Street, HOrEBCKO, OK
r. H. I hareon hand a !nre a.'rtment ol BOOKS, suitable lur both lanrc and sratll ciul
drcn, wnil h I Mill sell at wh'-sale prices- Tnc entire wi lut sale very encap.
Alexander & Stroag
HOME FURHISHERS.... -
326 and 323 Jackson St.
Bet. Oak and Washington.
1 jut; est and Best Assortment crcr
brought to Southern Oicson. and
A Lir;c and Elegant Line
We call the attention of our
friends to our beauti
ful stock of
Bed Room Sets
Parlor and Dining Chairs
Rugs and Carpets
And all Household
Our Stock is
Unexcelled by Any House
South of Portland.
NO TKOUHLG TO
ALEXANDER 5 STRONG noIikSKiV
Carry constantly on hand New ar.d Second Hand Goods of All Kinds. Which
wclwill Sell at Hard Times Prices, (ilvc us a call nnd be convinced. Second
Hand Goods nought and Sold. .......
A. C. Hoxie,
Wholesale and Ketail Healer in
Goods delivered free to all F'lOUr, F'eeCI
parts of the city. Leave '
yonr orders with me and Pmv!cint1C
save money. Roseburg, Or. i iJV IdlUlldo
C0BQE . tmowu.
r A RTn-nT.TJrjTnriT;.
Attorney at Law,
Ofllcfl over the Fuatomce on Jackson street.
Attorney at Law,
J. F. BARKER & GO.
A special brand J nnadulterated Tea. Ou
Is LaTirjK a large sale "e ty le
Glass and Delf Ware
at satunlitilng tow prices. Our own canned
Toraa voj sre very popular.
La Kavkttk Lane.
Judge L. Louoiubt
jANE & L0UGHARY,
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
Will practice in all the courts of Oregon. Of-
nee in ins Taylor-Wilson diocz.
Attorney at Law,
Taylor & Wilson Block.
JlJ-XRA BROWN, M. D.
OKFICK, !' JaCkMin Street, at res
idence ot Mrs. J. Birzer.
L. BRADLEY, M. D.
Physician cc Surgeon.
Office Honrs, (rum 12 to 3 r.Jf.
raylor Wilson Brick KOaKBDEO,
7 R. COFFMAN,
Physician and Surgeon
(U. S. Eionlalng i'urjeon.)
OFF1CK. Rooms C and T Marsters' Buihlinz,
Residence. First door touth ol sin. Curriers
fWt Special attention to iunrerr and the
uucascs oi n omen.
J. OZ1AS, JI. II.,
Phsiciau and Surgeon,
OiSce In A. Marks & Co- s Block, urslain.
Calls promptly answered day or night.
J L, MILLER, M. D.,
Surgeon and Homoeopathic
UrChrunle diseases a peeialty.
17 ILL. P. HZYDON,
Co tint A' Surveyor,
nud Kotnry Iulllc.
OrncE: In Court Hocsc.
Orders tor Sarvevlnr and Field Xot should
auurcKscu iu in i.xicjuou, uouniy sur
veyor, itoseDarc, nr.
his is the Place
We arc always in the Ltail, anil mean to
Tho Golilcn Harvest is uion ua, ami farm
ra are smiling becauto Woodward
lo'MM to their interest.
V H. Dcpnty Mineral Surveyor
nutl Xotnry I'ublic.
OrriCE: County Jail Buildlns. up stairs.
tW Special attention yald to Transfers and
Address. ROiEBL'KCi OK.
NEW FEED STORE
CAWLF1ELD & CAWLFIELD
Uarejusl opened a first-class FiflStoro and
hare oa band a larzn inrolco ot the best
Roscburc and Valley Flour, Baled Hay. Grain
and Feed ot all kinds. All purchaiea ucllTcred
tree Cor. Cass and Rose Street.
JERRY J. WILSON,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
J2H jnckHou Htrcet,
At Lucrsscn'a Cigar Factory. ROSEBURG.
All Repnlrttii: entrustted lo
my care will tic II105IIXI.Y and
IS -s.'D : mm. C'sall.
JERRY J. WILSON, Propr.
(Successor to SENATE SALOOJO
A IOIltI.AIt ltliHOHT.
Cholco Clears and all kinds ol Temperance
Drinks constantly on linnd.
Removed from cor. Oak and Jackson to
l'ARHOTT BUILDING, 32t JACKSON STREET.
Easily, Quickly snd Permanently Restored.
ClLXB&iTID KNOU3I1 KEllEDT
It is sold on a posttlvo
Roaraotoo to euro any
form of nervous pros,
tratlonor any disorder
ot tho genital organs ot
eltbor eer. caused
Bflfflrn. bv prttlrt uso nf Aftnr.
Tobacco, Alcohol or Opium, or on account
of youthful indiscretion or over Indulgence etc.,
Dlstlness, Convulsions. Wakefulness, llcndacho.
Mental Depression, tfioning of tho Ilrsln, Weak
Memory, Bearing Down Tains. Semlnsl Weakness.
Ilysleris, Nocturnal Emissions, Spormstorrkres,
tors of Power and Impotency, which if neglected,
may lesd to premature old ago nnd Insanity.
lsitively guaranteed. Trice. $ 1.00 a box; 0 tmcs
for SJ.OO. Bent by msll on receipt of price. A written
guarantoo furnished with ovory $5.00 order received,
to refund the money if a permanent euro Is not
"NEHVIA MEDICINE CO.. Detroit, Mich.
Sold by A.C. Marsters & Co.
Thco are all leather and Warranteii.
At Rednccd Prices.
Consult yonr pane and be tare and lea
Woodward before, buying.
W. G. WOODWARD
H, C. STANTON
Has Just received a ncvul extensive stock o
DRY : GOODS
Ladies' Dress Goods, Kibbons, Trimniinp',
Laces, tc, Etc
-ALSO A FINE STOCK OF
BOOTS AKD SHOES
Of lis best quality snd Cnlih.
Wood, Willow and Glass Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Also on han 1 in lanre quantities and at prices to
juit the Umea. Also a Ur;e stoek of
Which ia offered st cost pri?e. A full and
elect stock ot
Constantly on hand. Also the
LATEST .NOVELTIES LN STAT10XKKT.
General igent for every variety ot subscription
books and ptriulical published in the United
6tatea. FerAJns wishlna; reading matter of any
kind will do to five rae a call.
TN THE COCNTV COURT OF THE sTaTE
x of Oregon, in and for the County of Douglas.
In the matter of tho Estate of John Free
To illiaiit L. Freeman, Itaiuiom Fa-cman,
Jarues C. Freeman, John A. Freeman, Ella
letli liarrison, R. C. McCullocb, W. 1. Free
man. Francis E. C.Merklln. Ruth Skinner, Hlla
C Wallace. Robcna A. Roll, Zina A. ltonb,
Mary E. Fields. Iva A. Sherman, Eva A. Sher
man. Tessle E. Sherman, EInora J Sherman,
and Ella A. Sherman; heirs at law, the next of
kin and nil pervras Interested In the said es
tate of the ald John Freeman, deceased.
Whcrea, on tho oil day of June, 1K.V., John A.
Freeman, executor of ihe above named estate
having tiled his suoru petition proving foran
onlcr toautlionre and empower him to sell the
real property belonglug to the said estate of the
said John Freeman, deceased, situated in lug
las County, Oregon, and whereas, it was ordered
by the Court that a Citation issue to said heirs
at law. the next ol kin, and all other persons in
terested In said estate to appenr ia this Court on
the Tth day of September. lW,at the hour of
10 o'clock n. m,of said day to show cause, if
any you have, why an order lor the sale of said
real roierty hould not le made as praved for
in said i-etltlon. It is further ordered that ser
Iceof the Citation herein be made personally
upon nil of the above named heirs re
siding in the Stale of Oregon, and by publica
tion upon all of the above named heirs at law
next of klu, and all arsons interested residing
outside of the State ot Oregon, by publication
thereof in the l'laindealer, a eekly newspaper,
printed and published In Roseburg, Douglas
County, Oregon, and of general circulation in
said county for the full period of time required
by law, to-nlt: Four weeks. The said real es
tate asked to be sold by said iictition of said
executor is described as follows, to-wit: Tho
N, 'j of tho 1). L. C. of John Freeman and
wife, being notilloation No. lilt, claim No. 49,
and being parts of sections 22, as, and 'X, in Tp.
i'.S., of R. T, W., nf Willlamette Meridian in
Douglas County. Oregon, and more particularly
described ai follows, to-wit: Beginning at a
point one chain and fifty links west from the
quarter section post ou the line between sec
tions Z'i nud X in Tp. is south, of range T
wet, ami running thence north 68 chains and
links, thence west K chains and fifty links,
thence south Ld chains, thence east IS chains,
thence south 4S chains nnd Tfi links, and thence
east chains and links to the place of begin
ning and containing in all SlK'S acres of land
of which raid abqc described lands, (the above
named decedent owned at the time of his
death, the said north half, milking IJ'J.oT acres
of bind to be sold.
Therefore you and each of you are hereby
cited nnd required to be and appear at saiil
time and place, then and there to show cause.
It any you have, why such an onlcr and
license uliould not Issue for the sale of said
north half of the above described premises
viz: The donation land claim of John Free
man and wife. Not. 110, claim No. 19.
Witness the Hon. A. F. Stearns, judge of the
County Court of tho State of Oregon, for tho
County of Douglnr, with the seal of said Court
a 111. ci I this 2!)th day of July, 1NW.
JOHN It. SHUI'E, Clerk.
C. A. Skiitiiukdi:,
Ally. For Executor. J30t5
Cottage to Rent.
A new 5-room cottao near tho depot
to rent, just vacated by S. K. Sykes.
City water in the houso, and a good well
nest door. Enquire at this office.
A full and .complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first-,
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
and sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.
New York Cash Store,"
"WE SELL THE1 FAMOUS
The Best Stove is Always the CHEAPEST.
CHURCHILL, WOOLLEY & MCKENZIE'S
Roseburg Hardware Go.
A SQUARE DEAL,
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Is what we give to every cus
tomer, for we believe the best
advertisement possible is a cus
tomer pleased with what we
have sold them, they will come
again and again, and their friends
will come too.
We are not here for a day
or for a month.
We are Here to Stay.
WOIIENBERG) &) flBMHAM)