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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1899)
The Kind You Have Always
iu use for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex
periments that trille with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, 3Iorphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
aud allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea aud Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panaeea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE. CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Closing out Sale!!!
00 We are dosing out our entire stock for C.-VSM
cm. Now is the time to BUV. Read Prices. E
Mens' Heavy Dx-is, worth $2.0,
hoV " l.i.O to J.u,
Lsdies' Heavv " "' $1.50 .
- Fin " !.0tof:.C0..
Boys Suits worth $0,00 to Jo.OO
Mens' Tants at almost bait price?,
3 Ladies' Yes's for !3tn:i:er wear
2-3 yds oi Caiieo.
Mens' and Boys e;in.T.er Hats at
Three packages 31a Gold Drop Washing Powder . . .
Ten Bars Laundry Sjap,
Four cans Tomatoes
Three cans K. C Hiking Powder
Seven 2 ex. pksr. im jitiog Tobicco.
Dishes, Tin and Ag;tteware at
SftW- lijy now before the stock is picked over. Lieryiiiii.,; ia sa
my store will le sold at Cost bot for Cash Only.
Drain, Oregon. J. A. Black.
W. Q. WOODWARD.
BUGGY ROBES, BLANKETS,
Superior band made harness, both IIL t and heavy,
Manufactured to order on most' reasonable terms.
Leather work, including repairing, executed in
the best possible manner at'shortest notice.
and samples of work in shop.
VV. Q. Woodward
J WYLIE PILKINGTON,
at ' Sacceor to
m.X W L W BS KMJI O MM wi
rROTTINQ AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY,
REPAIRING Of ALL. KISDS PROMPTLY DONE.
8bop on Corner Washington
On the 5. P. R. R.
Douglas County, Oregon
ly open for recep
tion of guests.
Water cures Rheu
Kidney and Skin
To The Unfortunate.
TM old reliable and
the molt :iccesful
Specialist in Kan Fran-
' 4' T !ico. ctill continn
ii. Seminal Disease's
;-Zi aa Oofinorrhtta. rjleet
i .Stricture. Svnh Ilia in
"-all iia forma, Sikln !
Pj ee; Mervotia Debil-
' Vial Weakneaa and Lou
iJ&e flauihood. the oonse-
Jfoence of aell abute and exceaaea producing the
oUowlngtymptoms: sallow countenance, dark
fpota under the eyea. iin In the head, rinzlne
Intheean, loss of confidence, diBideuce in a
proachlng atrangera, palpitation of the heart,
weakness of the limbs and back, loss of memory
pimples on the face, coughs, consumption etc. I
DB. GIBBON haa practiced in han Francisco '
er thirty year and those troubled should not '
fail to consult him and receive the benefit of ;
kia great (kill and experience. The doctor cure 1
wncn otners lau. irynim. Cures guarantee?.
Persona cured at home. Charges reasonable.
CB. J. F. GIBBON, 625 Kearny BL Ban Fran
CiBCO. I i
A0E5TS WASTED- FOR "THE LIFE AND '
Achievements of Admiral Ueuey," the world s i
rreataet naval hero, by Murat HalsUad. the I
life-long friend and admirer of the nation s j
idol. Biggest and best book: over jju paRes,
llO inciiea; nearly lui page halftone illuttra- !
uuui. viuy tl.Af. r-uoiuious uemauu.
cominiiwions. Oultit free. Chauce of a life
tims. Write quick. The Dominion Company,
rd Floor C XI on li)dK.,'hirfo.
Boii;;!:!, ami -which has been
has lo.uo the signature of
, and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive vou in this.
for fl.0.1 to 2.
1st ,2 W to
almost your own jriic
G. W. NOAH, J
and Kane Sis., Roseburg.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United SiAtrs I.akijOfh pt.
Koebun:, Oreiun, Jub' Sj.
Notice is hep-by given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congrosot
Juue3. 1ST, entitled "Ac act for tbe sale of
timber lands in the Rate ot California, Ore
gon, Nevada and Washington Territory,
FRASK M. KOPKIXS,
ot Canyonvi'le, County of U iui;la. Sta'.'- Ore
eon, has thia day filed iu tliis oftce himno-r.
elalein' Ut No. &). for the piiR hne of the lj't ".
of Section No. .,1 in Townthip !'i
8. Ranpe No. 5 V., and will oiler jiroof to Mm
that the land sought it uurns vuluabie tor itA
liniberor stone than for agricultural (MirtMes
and to establish his claim to aWt laud iM-fore
the Kcpister and Receiver of this oftiee at Roe
burg, Oreeon. on haturday, the 'Mh duy of
lie names witnesses: William Brietr, Jr ,
Robert Coupler, Thomns Wilton, O. W. 1'uckett,
oi canyonvllic, ore.
Any and ail persons chiiiuiu advcr-'ly the
atxTe-IeHCriteJ lauds are reiju:bted to hie (heir
claims in thia office on or rxore snii iay
of August, lyjfl.
J. T. JJRiDil:s.
Ho, for Bosweli Springs!
Commencing May 1C, ISi'iy, aud uutil
September 30, 1S!)., special ticket, to
Bosweli Spring, and return to this city
will be sold ait lolling : .",0-day tickets,
$1.85. Tickets going Saturday and re
turning the following Monday , f l-4i.
Special rates am also yiveti from Port
land and intermediate points.
Digests what you cat.
Itartificiallydipeststlicfood and aids
Nature in slroiiKthenintj and recon
structing the -xhausicfl digestive or
gans. It is the ."1 est discovered dipest
antand tonic. Ho oilier preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Inflit;esi ion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour .Stomach, Nausea,
SicicHeadache,Gati.ilpia. Cramps, and
U other resul 1 3 of i in perfect d ipest loo.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt A Co., Crjlcoeo
For rule by A. C. Mnrr-tern - Cr.
7 ji n
FROM SITKA TO COOK'S INLUT.
Third Interesting Alaskan Letter
from Editor Stratford.
II0Mi.1t Al uk.i, June 1, lS'J'J.
Then; tiu a uutuKerif .(Uebtiona rela
tive to Ui resoutcra and c.nidili iua 11s I
eee IIh-iu in Noitliwetern Alacka, wliich
I hoe to makf th subject of other ait
iclcs, tint is 1 wish to inform myself as
fully as I may b able befr attempting
to write in iegaid to them, I fball in
this brief aiticlo .online myself tja his
tory of ih'i tiii from Sitka to thin point,
willi a description of llie points and mat
ters of interest along the route.
To the people ol Sitka, this c.mutry is
"Tue Westward." No one speaks of Ku
ini to Cook's Inlet, Kadiak or L'iialaka,
they are going t:i ''The West war J.' o
on tbe iiiorning of May lti. 1 left Silka on
the Alaska Oiumiercial Company's
steamer, lK:a, liOtin I for the westward,
uiy destinati'jn Iving Homer, on Cook's
inlet and si nniubrr i f pjin'e iirom.d
Wo were soon out o;i ihe l r.;:i.l wateis
of llie lareit ocean 011 the gljhe and
while there was tut little mind, compar
atively speaking, jet the heavy swell,
which, even iu tiie iu;l lest and tainies'.
weather, ci me rolling in fr-mi th-? tliom-an.l-of
iui:es of iinl.rokeii ocean, utidcr
the appear.ii, ee of w aters an thing but
The lia, w it'll a s'.iuuch little craft,
and in ch irgeof as j;oj1 ollicera and
crew as ca 1 U found, on th Pacific
coact, hoid." the thampijuship of the
I'aitic cu.n'. as a tutiiblar. II jwever,
af'.r the tirs'. day out 1 g.jt my "sea
legs'' and eujtveJ the trip very
Ou the afuriHKUi of t.'iel,"::i, altera
run cf a ht'ie iiicTc than I'l hours we
ran i: t j Vuku'at Lay, at.d made our
tirst "-p. Thire leiug no d-M k or
wbaif. wec.iiiie to anchor in the bay
attJciuta Injit a?iiore witli tbe mail.
As e expected to spud taoir three
hours I t-re I went a-hore at.d bad a 'cok
at the uttive vill.ige, consisting of a
ihzen or nit re br.ti e?. There is a!sj a
sto.e ai.d a tuition ut.der the charge o!
the .Swedish I.'jlboran 'chnrch. The 11a
tivej v. r iti'.ich rosem'.i'e those at Siika,
and undouotcdir helotg to the same
tribe cr fimily. They euppoit them
selvtsbr ri.sr.iog and hunting and y
the manufactaie :f baskets, in which
the women of the Yakut it village are tbe
mostesperttf any in Alaska. A party
cf Ij uativcS with 10can.)8 and provis
ions lor a tnot.tli were taken on boird
here to le dropped ctT further up the
coast where they intended to Spe3d a
month or more iu Lun:ing the sea otter.
Ti.ey made a contract with the othcers
of the ship by which they noucd tbeui
se'yesto pay ior ibe paesage of the party
toac l froTi the hnnting grounds, about
labour's ran, f :d for each s otter
killed by the party. Ihey weie dropped
off the next morr.icg in froct of an iui
menee glacitr, and about live or fix
cii.'cs otr 1 root its front which extends
many m:i-9 into the sea, and towers
many liacdreds of feet above tiie water.
As the i.t;ves get Irani f'COtil-OO
ea;.'i f jr the otl;r ekins, it the? slowM
get S or 1 J tkius, or even.hi'.f that nriru-L-er,
they would be well paid fcr their
Ceginoinga few miles nettcf Yaka
tat, and extecdtLg for more than sixty
EJilea along the coabt, i the great Mal
e?pica glacier, in which Jcould l buried
many of the greatest glacier 1 of the
In fact, from Yaka'.'. Kiv l I'tiace
Williaois cc-acd, a d:-t nice of more than
2J0 miles. 13 ahn;st one continuous gla
cier, t'roai Yakuts to Cooks lolst, the
eceatry is grand !. ad description cr
catjcep'.ion. The -:. Lhas range of
aiincUins, .j.et;mes called the St.
KHas Alps, tow covered with enow from
bafe tosumujit, and apparently coaiiog
dow u to the w atcr'a tdge, rise to a height
of from 1JW to I'JO'J feet above the tea
it about 10:oJ in the uioming, of Fri
day the J'jih, we entered Frince William
sound and made a landing at Orka.
This is s.imp'y a cannery station of the
Pacific Steaai Whaling Company. 1'ur-
iag the fisLug season there is the Ufual
population of whites aoi Chinese, but
when the season closes the people con
nected with tbe station, with the excep
tion of one or two men wbo remain in
charge of the properly, return to San
Francisco, and there are not ncre than
five or 10 persons who winter here.
Here we met Mr. John Goodel, formerly
ofl'onglas county, and later cf ratits
Pass, who holds the position of deputy
collector. H has fiis fami'y with him
and appears to be happy and contented.
The cannery here packs from 30,000 to
40,0j0 cases cf salmon per year, and had
jast begun work when I visited it.
From Orka we steamed almost to the
extreme noitb side of Princn William
sound to copper mine for which we bad
some ftcigh:. Tub mine is said to be
very rich, in fact, it is said, that there
exists there a mouctaiu of almost pure
copper. Prince William sound is a
larg body of wate.- extending far into
the maiuiand, covering an area cf some
2,010 spiare miles and is the mod beau
tiful ami piclurefipie body of water I
have ever beheld. We were fortunate
in having an ideal day for the trip
through the sound, clear and mild, with
not a breath of wind to roflle the placid
bosom cf the blue waters, in which was
mirrored the gloriously beautiful, ever
changing panorama of wooded hlands
and enow covered mountains. All day
we attained aatoog tha islauds, eur
rounded on eyery hand by mountains,
w hose maul le of tnow unbroken by rift
or tatter, extended from base to summit.
We are in a land where at this season of
the year, night, orat .Ietst darkness,
tieyer comes. The sun disappears be
low the distant mountains about 9:30
o'clock in the evening, but on a clear
night like this, the twilight merges into
the dawn and such twilight: such a
It is uot given to either tongue or peu
to describe the awful solemnly and
grandeur of this weird, unearthly period,
which is neither day or night. Tbe si
lence itself i oppressive and the cold,
white mountains appear to tower over
us, and to crowd in about us as if they
were only waiting for the gloom of the
ghostly twilight to ovei whelm and crash
us, for our temerity in invading this cor
ner of nature's workahop before the
work of farming and fashioning, either
the sea or the land, is half finished.
Saturday morning found us again n
the ooon rod with tho mainland a few
miles off on our tight. All day we
steamed to the westward am! about mid
night found ourselves entering Cook's
Inlet. As the boats u longer make reg
ular trips ti Ilomi r, which was one cf
the points of my destination, I went
ashore at the little native village of Set
dovia, about 20 miles from Homer. I
remained here over Sunday and on Mon
day I employed two of the natives to
take me to Homer, whrre I arrivid
about noon on Mondav, the 22nd of
In my next letter I will give a derelic
tion of Cook's Inlet and surroundings as
I see them. U. I). Stiutfoki.
Treatment of Trusts.
Uaki.ani. Or., June 21, 1Sl:
F.ui'iCB Plainde.ileu: Wheu tvecjiue
to analyze this trust tjneatiou, wo see but
two features that need legal Ireatment.
The Grit is ihe power that trusts may
have to fix priees above a fair compensa
tion for production and distribution.
Thia could be remedied by a national
court or comniHtiioti with power to limit
prices, just as railroad coniiuistious aud
couits have power to limit railroad
charges under eoma condilions.
The second feature is tbe poaer the
trusts have to break up and drive out of
hu-iiitsd weaker competitive concerns.
Tue remedy for this would be power
lodged in tho I'nited States courts to
grant full damages tuanv victim of the
trusts in this respact, ami make the trust
that might scheme and conspire to drive
competition out of tbe market, fully li
able for all damages sustained by such
Mate laws can have little etlecl upon
the trusts They are usually of national
idtluen'.-e, and their business is interstate
So far as trusts are able to economize
iu production and distribution, let the
ecoiiO-.ny be tTected.
Let us lo.-k at this juestieu in a coal
men sense way. Tbe people dou'l have
to submit to anv system of injuelice.
The reined . is in their own haudf. The
great busiiitrs concerts we call irus's
have rights lhat should not be taken
iroai them. They are accomplishing
some gocd, and the people moe! net be
deprived of the tneli: of this gouJ.
"Kight is right and wronys no man,"
and the right tef lenient of the trust
question is to deprive trurts of the power
and profits cf wrong doing, while they
a-e to ellecl all the good they can.
Yinca.la will celebrate the Fourth.
Foil program wt;i he published next
Wert Moore, one of the recent gradu
ates, le.'l MonJay for tardioer wnere be
ha; secureJ employ ujer.1.
M'. and Mrs. J. W. Krewsoa left Mon
day by private conveyance for CcKjuille
City, Cojs Co., where they expect lo re-
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore loth left Wed
nesday morning lor Salem, where they
wi 1 make their f jture home. The oeet
wishes of niir.y friends go with them.
J. L. Mra'.ftrd.of the Uosehurg IVu.n
ocallk. was in the city first of the week
aud left Wednecday far Llk'.on. where
he will combine buiiueia with pleaaare.
Trie Roseburg celebration comaiittee
were fortunate in securicg for reader of
the Declaration of Independence, Mies
Liura Myers, the popular and highly
accomplished teacher tf literature in tbe
Mi?e bertha Ijow aud Victor Low ar
rived here recently from the East and
are at the home of their father, Att'y. A.
H. low. We gladly welcome them lo
Drain society, and bopo they whT reside
Miss Maade taeset, one of the recent
graduates, left Monday lo take charge cf
a summer term of school near Uaidiner.
Miss liassctt is one of Drain's most pop
ular young ladies and will be greatly
iniase'. by a best of sdmirirg friends.
Frank W. Hets, Commander 3rd ar
tillery at Ft. Canby, who was called to
San Francisco recently to pltte some
batteries, stopped off on his way back
first of tbe week, for a visit with his old
friend and comrade, Capt. Den. D. Uoe-
well, of Boowell Springs.
Ine ban game ruday between the
Yoncaha team and Drain nine, resulted
in a score of 1 to 23 in favor of Drain
Yom alia played six innings and Drain
five. At the conclusion cf the game ice
cream and strawberries were eerved to
the visiting team, at the I. O. O. F. hall.
The I'erkins brick building is bearing
completion, and will be one of the neat
est business bouses in town. Kent
Bridges wilt occupy it when finished,
with their large stock of general mer
chandise. A cement sidewalk is bemt?
placed in front of the building.
Result ol Cow Creek Wreck.
several iriaii wero made rriday at
the Southern 1'acific car shops to pu'l
apart the expreee car and the tender of
engine No. 17. which had become teles
coped in tbe wreck at Cow Creek canyon
several months ago. The engine and
ex' rs car were hauled up together, as
i' y could not be pulled apart where the
.i .ck occurred, and attracted much at
tention along the line. Tbe express car
was a brand-new one, aud the front end
of it was entirely demolished, the tender
being shoved into it a distance of about
eight feet. The trucks of tbe car were
torn from their faiteninga and driven
back toward the middle of the car.
When an effort was made to pull the
two apart yesterday it ws.s found to be
uo easy inuuer. j locomotive was
bitched lo tbe tackle aud a pull made,
but the rope broke. This was tried sev
eral times with about the same degree of
success each time, when operations were
Tbe engine came out of the wreck in
pretty bad condition. After her drivers
wre sent to Sacramento lo have the
axles straightened she was put in condi
tion to haul to Portland, but still la in
very bad shape. It will be a long time
before she comes out of the shop good as
Both her sister engines, Nos. 10 and
18, are now in the shops for overhauling.
They are believed to be too heavy for
the roadbed. Telegram.
The l oos couuly pioneers will hold
their annual meeting in Marsh field on
Ii purely a nervous disorder aud all th
symptoms are of nervoua origin. Hysteria
Cin be perfectly and permanently cured.
BL-OVAN will curs
will reliere every
will restore the weak
ened nerve to a heal
thy condition and the
symptom will disap
pear. HCDTAIf 1 a
vegetable remedy and
ha no bad effect on
the system. Study
yonr symptoms care
fully. When yon hare
done so, use the HI D
TAN and then tell
pur frieuds hl it has done for you.
HERE ARE YOUR SYMPTOMS:
1- 1. PLUTTEHINO OF THE EYE
LIDS. HUOYAN will relieve Ibis almost
2- 2. TREMBLINO OP THE I,IP8.
HIDViN will restore ibe nerves to heal
thy rindtl:o:i, and the trembling will disap
pear. 3. LUMP IN THE THHOAT. Tbe
feeling is as though there waa a ball in the
throat. ni'DYAN will cause it to disappear.
4. PALPITATION OP THE
HEART- HUCYAN Kill strengthen the
heart muvlr and cause the beats to become
trong and rrgular.
6. 8INKINO PBELINO IN THE
PIT OF THE STOMACH. It ts due to
the action cf the weakened nerves of the
stoma' h. III DVAN will strengthen the
nrrrca, and Ihe sinking feeling will not recur
Women. Ihls is for jou. Remember that
Ht DYAN" cure, mr-n and women. It will
r-?J:cic ou of all the atioie symptoms and
jnu ati he rur-d. Hl'DYAX will effect a
Krmaiirnt cure. HI l)YA.l now. You
tan g i lit UY W ot your druggist for '.A
cruts per pa ksge or 6 packages for !- 50. If
y-iur druggist d.-s not keep it, send dirrtt to
the IIIOYAX UBMEMY COMPANY. Fan
F.'ani iv o, 'a!. forma. Yoa can consult the
do. tenet the RI DVAX REMEDY COX.
PY FIIFE t ail on the doctors. If you
cannot ali, vou may nrile and aduice will be
g;ven free. Add;e
HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY,
cr. (Itaktea, Market Cih Its,
ll f rwatbxc, Cel.
lUtUIREtT Kol IET i
Colorado and all
Gitca choice of tao fatontc route, tia the
I'NIOX 1'ACIHC rasl Maii Lint-, or the
KIO RANDE scenic lanes.
Luc k a; the l.iut -
)z days to Salt Lake
z)s days to Denver
3J; days to Chicago
4ji days to New York
I-'rcc KecIlssluK Ctaalr cars, I'p-
tiolwlcrcd Tourist Slccpltssr
Carst, Ialltsan Patatrc Mlccp-
lug Cars opcratsrsl oss
l rat ism.
Kur fur.hcr iuionsa'l'-r ai'piy to
i. F. U1VANS, Apt., lioseburg.
C. O. Terry, W. E. Coman,
Trav. I'ass. Act. Gen. AirL
l.'l Third St Pof.:and. Or.
Mstthopi.t Cava M comer of Main and Lane
-reeta. Sanday Service. Preacnlng. 11
and 5 00 p m.; ewbbaln school, 10 a. m.; L.
A. Walker, Superintendent; Ciaaa MeeUsc at
cksvs of the morning aerrioe: Epworik Leagoa
; tp. m. F. II. ChurchU;, President. Prayer
MocLus. WeOncaday, at . X p. m.
O. K. A5uLP, Pastor,
Parsonage, comer Main and Lane.
t'MTi ButrBKe.t CHCaca on Fowler slrccL
eanday sen Ice, at 11 a. m. an J T .30 p. ta. Pray
er mretin;. Thurklay evening.
Mr. Lcct H. Ccrur, Pa.tor.
sr. CuiscH. Corner Cass and
Main Urcc'ls. services ou se-couJ and foorUi
Sun-lay morning of each month and every gun
day evening. !-cial services announced from
time to time. Rxv. Jou Ciim.v,
M. E. Cut ucu, eotTH.-Sctviccsevcrj Sunday
morning in 1 evening.
Rxv. J. T. COttos, Pastor
Birrci Cut aiu corner oi Lane and Rose
streets. Sunday service: Pre aching at 11 a.
and 7:30 p.m. tjabbatb School at 10 a. m., O. F.
Coahow, superintendent, fraycr meeting ft
7:30 Wednesday evening.
C. A. DclL, fator.
rit-T CuaiMUs I'm at h Corner of line
an-i Woodward iikkIs. Sunday services:
Preaching both morning and evening, Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Y. P. 8. C. E. at 6:30 p. m
Prayer meeting each Wednesday evening at
T.Ai. A conliil welcome and greeting awaits
all. W. A. Wood,
Fiuvr I'axsBTTLaias Ciil acii-Corncrof Can
and Kosc streets, suuday scrTlce: Public
worship, 11 a. m., ant S p. m.: Sabbath
school, 10 a. in. Y. P. 8. C. E. at 7 .p. in.
Prayer mee ting. Wctlnculay cvcuitig 7.30 p
ui. J. A. Townmsd,
Tax W. C. T. U. n ill hold ila regular incciiii!.-
ou the second and fourth Monday of every
month at 7:30 p. in. in the Ipnorth League
room of the M. E. Church.
Notice for Publication.
CNiTtn 8t.te Land Orncr.,
Kotiie Is hereby given that tho fouowinc-
named settler ha filed notice of hi Intention
to make tinal proof in support of bis claim, and
that said proof w ill be made before the Register
ana neceiver l. K I .ami onico at Boscuunr.
Oregon, on June 27, 1891), vie
JOHN C DAVM,
on H. E. No. 7190, for the ViK BYi'l, BE': 8W',
BW. Sg.Sec.iTp. -X 8, ksVv. He name
tnc loiiowiug witnesses lo prove hi continuous
resilience upon ami cuiuvatiou or lam mna,
vl.: James McKay, Thurston Lull. J. R. Chan-
man, ti. W. Crubbe, all of Wilbur. Oregon.
1. 1. HKIUUtH,
Best Bargains ol the Age.
200 seres. Stock farm, 40 acres in grass,
Orchard, buildings, l,'d' mile from
Myrtle Point, P. O. Splendid Invest
ment. Price, f 1000.
Homestead. 3 miles front Myrtle Point.
G acres cleared, goo J timber. House,
barn. Parties will relinquish for $200,
half wuat improvements cost.
A stock farm of 020 aores 20 miles from
Myrtle Point; 700 acres in excellent
pasture; 40 Durham cows, and 60 head
of graded stock cattle go with tbe place.
Price, $3,000; terms, $4,000 down, bal
ance at 8 per cent. Inquire at W. F.
& Co.'s Express Ofllue, or address,
J24 Myrtlo Toint, Orctjon.
Prepare for Harvest.
You will have the world by the tail and a down hill
pull, if you buy a Piano Binder with fly wheel. See
them, also the Chain drive Mower, at
The Strongest, The Best
What we don't
and Won't do.
We don't ftuJwon't handle Bicycle merely to soil. It' poor
policy. Oar iJea is that Bicycles are maJa to ride, andf the better
Ihe wbei)t that we sell and Ibe less trouble they give, ibe wore bosi
bees we'll have in tbe future. That last word is tbe secret to tbe
whole eitnation. We're in it for a future. If yon feel as we do in
this matter good goods, fair prices, pleated customers, and a busi
ness futare you're tbe people we want to do business with.
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Railroad Time Table.
Northboard Koseborg local, No. 17
departs 7:30 a. m.
Southbound Roeebarg local, No. 13,
arrives 5 .20 p. m.
Northbound overland, No. o, ar
rives 10:35 a. ui. ; departs 10:45 a. m.
Southbound overland. No. 6, arrives
4 :15 a. m. ; departs 4 :25 a.m.
FSJElUUT T BAINS.
Nortlibound fast through freight. No
221, arrives 4:10 p. m.; departs 5:20 p.
Southbound fast through frfigbt, No
222, arrives 7. i a. ni.; departs 8:00 a
Northbound mixed train No. 222 arrives
at 2-55 p. m., Sundays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, departs 9:00 a.m., Mondavs
Thursdays and Saturdays.
Southbound mixed train No. 220 ar
rives at 3:00 p.m., on Sundays. Mon.
days and Fridays, departs 7:15 a. m.
Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
la the name ol the only perfect train
n the world, now running every night
between 6t. Paul and Chicago, via Ibe
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Btmp. Address Geo. II. Heafford. Gen
(isi ittuTftr Aftnt, Cbirsgo, M
Mining Application, No. 95.
Ckitko htatcs Lm Orncg,
fcurebuflr, Oregon. June S,to
VOTICK It HKKKBV OfVr.S THAT
' Charles Brnueao, C. J. Ji-nuinga and It. J.
Jenninira. whose posulfie sddrses aie as UtC
low ul Charles Uruneau arvl U. J. Jeonisms.
:oiugeOrve, Lane county, Oregon, and j, j.
Jennings, o Portland, Muiinoaan County, Ore
gon, have tloa day nied their application for a
patent for 'MJ linear feet 01 the Helena, Conssa.
idated Quart Mine, or vela, bearing sold, stiver
and lead, 1th surface rrouud tib Uxl la width,
being P feet on eaeii side of tne center of said
vein, and ltng VOt linear feet of the lUlcsa
Lode Claim aiMllilft of the Lsuiette Lode
Claim, the. Laurvtte being the 1st extenatoa
Easterly of the said Helens Claim, said rials
belrur prllcu:aly de;rill a Mineral Sarrer.
U-Iena QnarU Lole and lurctte Quartz Lode,
known ax ileleua Consolidate! Quarts Mine.
iiusted in Bohemia Mining Duttnet, Douglas
Coonly, 'Oregon, in Township No. S3, a. ft. I a ,
Wiilsuiette Mc-ndian, regnu.
Appili atloo of Charles Braaesu, P. J. Ur
nlnits and K. J. Jennings.
Beginnicgat a fir poat 4 inches MOsre, I feet
lonii , set It inches in the ground, srlth reea
owind alongside. crt)d 11. ft. ztli. Ideatteal
with location starling point of tbe Helens lode
aim, whence t"e discovery cut, and Toaaet
No. I, la ti. it degree E. li feet: alw s fir 1 in.
in dlam. bean . :J7 ikwws, W. tl fcet. mtWrnH
M. :wi, b. T-: also a !r S in. dlam. beam N.
Wreea W. 21 feet. s-nbe4 M.S. W, B. 7.
Also tbe Noonday Mining Co. s Or Jiotise
bsr is. V, degr W. alsttr.t 2 feet.
Also the mouth of Oeo. K errs Tunnel bears a.
A d-s . n - about feet. Alv, Mt. Tbeiiaoa.
commonly known a Cooborn Pea of the Cast
cade Range, Ua-a e. It )r. E.
Ab0 Dtamotfl Peak bears UMifct K; Useax
run . M deg. W. on coure of lode, op tees as
ceursl ft., luterwt aon road lesyling from
the N'onday Co. s Mine lo their ifutni snUI, at
IffA it v-t ht post 4 in, H'imik, 4 feet low,.
In inches in toe ground ior center postoa Wesv
eriy e:il of tins cisnn. with mound of stone
aionfle, si n -! M is. from which a 1 1 IS
in. dis. bears S. i deg , W. 3U leet, senbtd Ji. a.
A fir In. dia. bear X. 0 dcg. E. 10 feet,
scnbe-1 M.B.jB T.
Ibis post :s Went ical i;b the locstkva fsjsa
set on westerly end ot this c-aint.
Theocc S. a, lies. j It Tel post Xo. L,
id, n ileal with location Cor. I feci long. 4 iixaea
stoar-, 1 incbea in t.e gpnnd with s moans! of
stone sionzilde, senbtd C. I, M. b. Afr, fro
wh.A a !:r II in. dis. bear N.C7 dcg. at, 49 ft.
scnoed C. I. M- . B T.
A l-ioc-1 in. dis. li dVeg. II II, scribed C I
M a . B T.
Whence corner lj seetiotm T-12-U suvl IU, Ts.
a, h B 1 and 1 E, .ilsmette Meridaa. bears S
O des? 3j mm w irss !'.t, in-.nce bn Cot So L
s ,i Vrg E
Var iv des a.' m.n E.
Dceend steep Moanta.n, siope B E lj ft wag
on road iesdinz lr -m -rday Quarts Mine s
Qosru Mlii C Udes E Uutt-
rauue road C oq.ia. Is i It to Cor S't X.
1 V nti si lia a coraer of the Iocsik-o.
A Sr poet feel lour, I Incises care. set 1 h.
ui tne grasjs-i sua rsvin-i ol atone
scribed C i M S X.
w hence a p:u L" in. dia- bears N 1 deT W
ft, acrlbol C X M e) B T.
Ttkc frota Cor So I S 34 dea; E, Var 19 W
u-m E . U ll to Cor No U of Laamte Clauj,
.if l fe t ta pot set la een ter of Easterly end snf
the llcieiia Claim, identical wlta iucstiow peat
set in easterly end of this ctaisa.
A fir pt 4 feet lag. I iacae s-i'ia-e. set D fa.
1st tit grooad wl cv.-sari ot sLooe sUustzsKle.
r-n'Ksi M a
w beare a r-r in Ls bears 8 U dez I 9 ft.
scribed M - B T. -It ft lo ten'er roat it
Westerly esd of Laamtr Ciaiss. M ft le ssssUI
creek C sonLb Estt, ft lo eoner 5o .
Identical sitn acuraarrof tie ioesriosx.
A fir post t feel long. iSKbes sq-iare set t
ineaea in toe grocasi with awoad of saooe
aionxude, sen bed C M s
nenee a lr m dia bears N it tics w a ft
scribed C I, M rXs) B T.
Corner No 2 of L".ret:e Lvle bears 5 3 deg C
15 It: -brace boat Cor No 3. N 44 dej W. tar k
deg Ji sua .
Asread su tamnlr.a :! ft intersect wsstsss
rosvi leading trom Nooirdsy Miae 1st Qwattz afiil.
lil it sause wsgn ro.l. Ittj ft to owner So 4,
idearical with a ocana ocsraer.
A ut p.t 4 tl k ng. 4 la. v.iire. set l laehea
ia the groor-d, w::a xocal of sbioe -iiHr.
cnoedC4, at s 50.
Waeaee s tr ' in d:a rrars S dg X atla sr 21
ftacn Jtd Ci.ll B T-aa.l taeaea dej W.
ar i dta 30 nun E. li lo renter sass ss
westertv ead of Csim before deambes, eEarat
iag w aerea.
LAC BrTTaT LODE.
B-.y,iin:ng at coraer No L. idewtieal srl ts
ojratt ot .oea ioo. a i.t sost I ft long, 4 iaesc.
Sfisir. art Is iacaea in tut grvsad iia asooa t
or flor-e aUccg-sS'Se. smM C ! M 3bS, waasse
A e Pae i ia ills bears S 42 ctegree east. Zi
scribed CIH: B T
Coraer So J. of Helen bears js d.f W U ft.
theaec fr-jta coraer No i, S ate; L. Var dssr
i sua E 1 It to erav-r post on aaeriy essa of
Hcieas C-aiu. a it toce-ntrr post as wcwczlr
ea-1 oi Lai.rev.ee aU3.
A tr post, 4 inches waare, 4 leet lowg, set ks
i tie be. is the ground, sm'uesl X. 8. sriLb
ooead of stone aiotasJe.
l ienueai wiih ioeau.s t4 Westerly rsd mt
Lsnre: CU-ia. whence L.aerv Cst sad
Ttinaei "a. bears a.TJ d. fc hA tt-M tret
tosasacwi i . S E j?i it to coraer 3s,
Heieas CUim. sew ft. to coraer So. i.
1 lenticml w.th correr vi locstbia.
A fir post ft. 1-jcg, 4 inches s,uare, act IS
lnci.- ia the gruoaa, wita avmad xm
aioaic-we.cr:bed C, No. 14-. wbaaec
A r rltta.dss. bean S. Ji dew Z. U ft. Kriaski
. 34- . B. T.
Tte-ae tr-a corner No s. tl drg. E. Var
U dcg. atia. E. dr-cead lt ft to coraer S.
A fir post 4 ft. k-ax.4 iaeacs ssjl
taches ia Use crowad. wsUt bobsI of mcsss
aiorf.le, aaW C.4, M. s. as, stau a rt
lop t.gaaesd Koxk. two ll oct of growad tlx
ineiies wiia - cut with a chae; a; dssct mm
which bears rt ft Jer. w. x: ft rTrkfj srUa a
ca jei. C. a. M.S, 3M, B. R.
the 5. E. o-raer of tie NooadaT Qoam
M: ,bea.-s j. , deg W. Jujfu
Ti iKe fn-ta corn, r Nol x, s S d-r w. Var. TS
dcy. a min- E. LiS, (u to Creek S ft. srata, C. S,
E. Oj it, to ceatexpost on LMxir rod oi taw
A ftr post 4 It- iotr. 4 laebe j care, et I ia
caes ia the rT.2ad, with saoaad ct os
aiunaaJe, saitjcd M 3ts wbeace a Sr U Is
d.s bear -I d. W. a st accbed 1L a. SM
B- T. ssecBd fc.T.1 to corner No 4.
IdesUesi with a cot of 1ocsUjb:
A Cr post 4 II long, t inches Wjwsrr, sssl IS iav
cac ia the grjoad. with monad of tnss
a;.r.ie. ssa-.bed u M. S. w k-eace s if
hi la dj. bears N. Bl des. E. a ft.
bribed C. 4. M. S, Xt B. T.
1 accte N. Ti dog W. froo tor. No t. Var. O
deg. t ma. E, T2i it. to Creek X it wide C.
' --i e ft, ts srao.in road w.in; jva Nooat
dsy Mine to Quanr Mill. I tf 1L to earner No. I.
and pacc of begiaaiag errbracLtx Ju is acres.
I no jarrey U lie Ueiews sad LsareUa
Cisru Lodes are Ucaucal wtUt tae reipecsjsw
ocaiK-iis. sad the presomed gvacrai cususs o
the cia or lode is aonasrcsicr: sad aisuta
easterly, as i saovn be ih piat hied faansrsnta.
as near as caa be de temuaed irv&i lac Hrearst
Tbo Notiex eif Locatioa of Uses snfairse
Usis ;s recorded as (oioss. Ia-:t
1 i--t, iocauoo of C.s Uceaa. (caikd Bciraer)
is recorded ia ntoaw S of Doogia Cowatr.
l-rcMi M ining Rcoords. at rse iai, cn tae ixk
day of Ja.y. lx: sad the srroal aoUce Usss
of i rectnded ta Voiaase . of DocurLaa Coeaty
wT Mialag Record, st Psjres 3ul sad JK oa
tae J t day 1 Acgiut. ly.c
The 4rt iocatioii of tsc Lasrettc Lode Caha
wa recorded ta Voium s, of Dvwslss Cooaty.
Orrgo, MiniC! ftcceed. oa tae lUi day of No
vember. Jjr. at Kaj-e s and the secoasd loca
tioa Botico themf was leeorded oa the gad
day 1 Auu(, ir, la Volume , of loulsa
and a UtVTdn' M"lllS Heurds, st ra
The ad;aiatng Claims are; On tbe aortiseriv
de ol the Helen. tUeiraer) Lode CUus. taw
Verde Llc Claim, oi which r. J. Jeaainc a
.ocator sad c-suaant, sad 00 the Northerly side
of lae Laurel ui Lot. -!. 71 . v. 71
V1 Claim, of which B J. Jewnincs sad
C. H. B. Bruaewu are ihe locators and rlsia.
The caster' T end f f T 1T..A er-
Claira i ihe westerly roJ of the Laurens
-.. a essbsrly end of the Laaretts
Claini is vacant covemrueut '.aad. sad oa ta
southerly side of lh lielcna i Hcener) and Laa
rette Causa is vacant roverunieiit la lI
Oa the sieaterlr m.1 J ts vti. . .
C-aim i the While w iasa, Lceia Mining
socsted and claimed by ii. G. W arner.
And any aadaU pewoa ela.m.n. sclverselT
tae mining groood, vein, lode, preaiiscaor say
portioa the-reof, so described, swrveyed, plstied
and applied lor. are hereby aotiiied that unless
their advene clsims are duly filed accocSing to
iaw aad the icgusaliona taere un.lr, .KtoTih
ilf.1 .5 poalicstie ot thia notice,
with tho Register ol ih r ,,. si
Land Oftiee at Besseborg. in the County eJ Dooa
)aa. sad State of Orrshin. ttw .n k- liTl.
virtne ef the provisions of ssud statute
1-strd this lata dsy of June, L, and Snt Mb.
UcaUouow June Ula, Dtts.
. T. BRIDGES,
Register L'.iLaud 0cs.
Notice for Publication.
VSITKD .oTATEj LAND OFTICK.
., . Kieburg, Orrsn'O, Mar I ISSSi.
Notice 1 herebr aiven thi th (,il..,
nawed settler haa filed notice of hi intaaUoa
.0 n.s.cnuti prooi in support of ai ciausa. and
tbst said nroot will b w.i.-.m. ,k.. e..
and Receiver U. t. Laahl Umc at Kusebars,
Oregon, on Jnly. 5 !, yis:
JAMfcS r. RUSSELL
S. R. 6 w. He names the foUowirur w l'taessc to
prove his contintioaaresirenc npoaaadcwiBV
vsttonol said land, vn: W illiam Moure, Thomas
Burnet. Harver SarnrrVurf i..k tiMtSMi
all ol Myrtle Creek, Oregon.
Ou-W J. T. BKIDV'13.
A number of small farms for sale.
adapted to fruit growing. Good apple
and prune orchards on some of them.
For further particulars inquire of,
G. W. Aukkson,
Mrs. J. If. Shupe is local representa
tive for the popular Viavt remedies.
Any one desiring any of these remedies
will please call on her at her borne or ad
ees her at Uoeebnrjr, Oregon.