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Closing out Sale!!!
We arc clotinj out our entire stock for CA5I1
Now is the tuns to BUV. Read Prices.
Mens' Ileavv Boole, worili r l .Vt
"Shoes " 1.&0 to3.0), . rliitto::(;0
Ladies' Heavy " " 11.50 torjrtliO
Fine " " l.&0to300 (or fl ,0.) in 2.t 0
Sain worth t.3,00 to fo.00 1 r 2.X) to 3 f0
Muds' Pants at almost ball price,
: Ladies' Vests for Summer wear
2- yds. of Calico,
Menu' and Boys summer Hat, at Diacnuot.
Tli.ee packages 31 b. Gold Prop Washing Powde r
l eu Han Ltundry Soap, ,
Four cans Tomatoes
Three cans K. C. Dating Powder
Nven 2 cz. i)lctt. Smokldg Tobacco .
Pishes, liu and agatcwaie at almost your own r!rft.
ltay now before the stock Is picked over. Kverythii.n ii,
my store will Le sold at Cost but for Cash Only.
Drain, Oregon. J. A. Black.
ill 1aW -w r
This cut represents our leader iu Iron and Enameled Bedsteads, the Best Bed
stead offered by any concern in the state for the price $4 25. Our line of Bedsteads
are complete. Common Bedsteads for $1.89. Better ones for $2.25. Hard wood
Bedstead for $3.00. SPRINGS, MATTRESS, BLANKETS, QUILTS, and PILLOWS,
as cheap in proportion.
Tlie House Furnishers.
THE PLAINDEALERl It will be noted that wueuever there
is a matter of great importance that le
rbliAd Monday a Th...t,?. . qniw imniediata .ttentions, and action
iti ruixPUiiR rcBUsHiss tu 'oa behalf of onr ttata at Wafshicgtou,
i Hon. Eicger Hemiann is invariable tlie
tnaa that is relied upon to intercede :n
our bebalf, and he rarely ever fails in
tbe miesiou entrusted to birn. It wue
only through his urgent request end it-
V. . STaa.TrXBl
V. C, CONKER.
i. t. Ta.TrORD,
..Mgr. and Solicitor
- . SMibwcrlptloti Kate.
n Vear 2 W
; Berwrba 1 00
tkrfa Xefclk. X
JULY 13. 1S9.
Tbe editor were entertained in Ilote
tarf bl tbe "Old Maids' Club." which
fQt tbe Bea to rhame Iet the new
tMUi about Aloauy ieutocrat.
Tl t-re ;sro! r ni.o:s of mora r.e lioild-
Miei Fauuio Col'-in made Co'tiitte
throve a brief vitit list Tuns tay.
rettics Kei.t'e new l.uiljii'g is
ab-ut ready t ir occupancy and presents
Tin.- Ho t an t Mi.-ui,I 1:
re. "lin:ri'il Ux liicu.'ri'.
of tln-M' .r 'li: l a;i'l
,t r, r-
FAI3 HICF, CilOWJ. ETC
A. C. MARSTERS & CO., Druggists,
;t3uccewor to G. W. NOAH.)
rROTTINQ AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY,
KEFAIRISli Or AU KISDS PKOMKTLY VOSK.
HUoi ou Corner WUlnRton and Kaue Sla., Koaeburx.
fiueate tbat loo war department can- i 1 "
ser.tedto the return of the Oregou vol-1 Judging fictu !ba number of diaiio
nuteers to I'ortland aud Vancouver to ghtd loi-kir valors at the Wacb
be uiuotr r I o-tt of ecrvkvs, icetead of ! w o2i.. we are pretty fure that they
-t s... vv.n.-... -a a t -m nri jlnal ! eilLcr kno cr do uot k oo w, und we are
tia original j either kno cr do uot koow,
he roi tland notsur- which, that tiie c
plan ui t.'ie djurtmeat. The
Telegram only pass Mr. Hermann a de- j Lv.ir. Jot:es, is ali.-nJ.
eerred compiimect for bis recent voiced i Uv. T. U. Fotd, presiding rider of tbe
services when it ys : I F.urer.e district, cioio in Tutday even-
It might be remarked with more or
ka troth tbat this town b.i out-proa n
axtme of its citiisns. S.i.l wc have
ooogh wide-awake, prorelva peopl
to keep tbe ball rolling along. Useborg
ie all right.
boring the twenty-three rears the
iilor ofTceuo h'sityef io bpriag
Valley, be never saw the time when
traatpa were eo few and far between as
tbe present eeasoa. prina Valley,
Tbe same out here, IrieuJ.
It ia doob'ful cow if Aeuiaald.) can be
brougbt to terms eioce reading that
statement of the K"v. Clay McCuley of
aaoetos. He will wish he had accepted
My old terms, h j ev. r, letorc Uncle
ta closes another campaign caicEt
it. - r...i,iiniii
thing to have an intlnemial fiiend at
court, as Oregon had iast week in the
person of B nuer Hcruiaun. Mr. Hir
ing cn the local and took the stae
Yo.lLesdy ii.o'nir.g for hU coift trip to
attend his liiird ijtutteily tnettiugsin
I.-uldS acd Coos cottiitifS. l'r. Ford's
tieo. H. Maawell, of the National Ir
rigsAtan Association, ol Washington, D.
C., a a is the riLSUEALta an exhaus
Vrre erticle lor rub!i-aiioo, heaJ-d,
"Doe the Weet H'aut a National Sys
taaa of Irrigation?'' No, ihaok yea
rrer ao much George, this psrtoi tbe
Vt ie only too well pleased with its
pteftent system .under the pereonal coper
Tiflton o? Jupiter l'lnviou?.
Tbe eastern editors certainly reached
Orecoa in an auspkious time for forming
e splendid opinion of our climate. We
Iter bad Ideal weather since their stay
lute, tod nature bae done ber beet to eu
(crtain tbem as well as tbe people of tbe
etate generally. Albany Demjcrat.
Ae if tbe climate were not always per
fect at tale eeaeon of tbe yt r iu grand
mann bis proved on several oecasuns j'iick recovery fr-jm his feiioua and il
tbe strength of bia pall, but never to bet- j aiost fatal accident, i rt injikab!e in
ter effect or more to tbe satisfaction of j r'eed.
Oregon." j iUv-H. S. Shar.gle. rreidiug e!dr of
j the Methodist Church, ju'.h. returmd
The following notice of tbe editors r- j latt Tu-rslay from an extended trip
lorn trip to lloeeburg appeared in Wed- j through Coos aud Cutry counties, where
needay'a daily Oregunian : j he had beeu 1-xiking atter the itt rests
"When the editorial traiu teturned to J of his charc!i. The reverend gentleman
Bosebuig, Monday evening, it was pre-: mas riliiii? h'ewhetl and found tbe
eented with several large baektts of j mouotaiiiS btcep and the roads rough
choice cherries from Uoiiaa orcha-d. for that isoio of travel, but he also re
Accompinjiag the gift ete carde, on ports hi- c!r.:rc'i work cn the up grade,
which was printed: "Cuaipiiments of) Now ano Then.
the Fn're Nvn8 Club, o R jtel.ur;, .-.,
"Bachelor Mails." "regjn cd'jrs uu-; Looking Glass.
nsual inlu.tmenis to axbitione Jtocj;
men i W. Simstons and family went to
Tbecberries wcrj much enjoyed and Oielia Saturday.
commectea on for tlivcr ai.d general ex- i ;eo. Msrsh went to Civil Dend latt
cellence, and many gocd morde era j Frida on busfecs.
spoken for their donors." ! 12t tVrry oce ia busily etgged bar-
fvet:ng their bay crop.
The populists declare they will noi ; Mis Una II )ard ct Ten Mile, ia vie
fare with the democratic next year. ' j-jng frien Is re lh:s c-tk.
Pefier was right when he sail he Ml tb , () . w u si.u.u0::B Lai maV j
popunst party to seep irom getuuj iWIJe- Lu n.o.,uer auJ fjn.-i:y up in car ini0
some. ... ...
7TT . .. 1 Fred BeAid K.'l last Thursday for
Congressman Cnsbman tens the ; . . .
.. , r. . v hi . ' Marchht!!, . .-9 rvuaty, to remain in-
fcpokesman-Keview that Lryatt will head , (. . . '
the populist ticket in 1VJ0, aud that a j ffc,it,i!,r'y-
Utraight democratic ticket i.I be iu the i cnariss pauga ana Liseiner, ii8
gejj ; aiyriif, viei'.eu kudus .n i luurnay rai-
i Icy lait s'ueday.
It w ill le noted that Ken. i:icgr , laye CLartl.i.l aud family of CUve
Hermann is still the most important ! bed passed through here on their way
aud influential representative of this ! (a Ten Mile luet week,
etate at tbe national capital. j ,. i;eed and wife oi Oardeu Valley
S"""" - - j passod through the valley on th?ir way
home froji Ten Mile.
I I'rcf. J.A. Davis is iu lioseburg at
Tbe Oregon City Lnterpriee pays this
Chautauqua asetmbly at Aehlatil he '
retcut. lie has a position in the
pltment to iu populist contemporary : j of3"51
"Tfce Cotuier-Heral l has hanged fron
caUieg oar soldier boys murderers to
calling tbem beroee. It is easier to call
(been murderers w hen tbey are in Luzon
(ban it it wben they are in Oregon and
Kay win be borne in a few days."
Cjiatr.entiag on lion. Binder Her
kus'i tocceee ia prevailing upon the
ar department mid President McKinley
te cbaags the plan of mtinteriug the Orc
sn volonteers out at Ha Francisco lo
rartland. the Kalem Statesman says:
"Sir. Hermann is indeed a great man.
He need to be the only great man. He
voakl be eo again if his powers were ap
preciated like they deeerve to be, and
o to to be."
Battie-ebip loaa ia out of the urydock
A witness iu first trial of lieyfu- is
in 1 .rm lnooloa
, ,, ; could be better
swing at Los Angeles.
county assessor's oilice.
j Hurrah! Looking tiiasa can ejon
' boust of a aindoiiil, as John ipaugh has
commenced work on hip.
i We have a good Sunday school, but it
All come next Sunday
and take au uclive part.
Miss A la Miller weat to tale to last
Tbe biggest "trua," afte- all, is tbe
cvUDtry newspaper. It tru-its almost
ererybsdy, and for that reason tbe peo
teliaeit. It is the only trust ou earth
Chat ie worked to the limit, anl the only
tratt where the iroprietor gets the
aeaallaet share of tbe dividend. Kvery
ity in the etate has a brunch oilice of
tbietrust, and the trjj'.bg en who
piefdownia bispcke. fjr the dust to
leep this trust going is abused like a pi- i
British soldiers ordered lo Cape Town. '. Tuesday ceniug to visit Mrs. M. Mont
Forty thousand aro there ready to tight, j K.lrt1ery. We wish her a pleasant visit.
Dr. Tattle's "Thorite" a highly explo-1 Most uli of cur people attended the
ire, bae been pronounced a success by j celebration Rt Itoeeburg theJth, while
army oiScials. ! some stayed at home and shouted for
The president has appointed a loug j U.c!c Fain in their hearts,
list ol majors, captains rtd lieutenants amion.
for Philippine service. '
The Portland Kois'hts of Pythias bava j Return of the Soldiers.
chartered tbe stssmer K. It. Thompson, j
with a capacity of OX) pas-enger, to gs At a n eeticg of the citizens committee
down the Colombia to meet the return- i held iu the olhrc of Dr. K. DuGas on
ing voluntears. Members of the order j Monday, the JJ hdayot July, ISOtl, it
throughout the state will thus be given j was dcciJed ti.at exclusive etiud privi
an opportunity lo tike part in the grand j leges in the grove for the day of the re
excursion. Mauy other fraternal orders J ceition be let to the highest bidder, and
hava aUo chartered etoAtiiera. Many ; that the committee reserve the right to
steamers have also If3n chartered fjr ! reject :" nnd nil bidn, and that the see
the accornuioditba if visitors who da-; retury ba authorized to publish notice of
sire to join the excursion. Altogether ' j-ame.
there will be a U-e! of about 00 vessels. J t was ais j itgrted ti'Ht this couimi'tee
t would take exclusive charge of the bar
Two Teachers Killed. : becue and crfum' atid ihua relievo the
; lj-Ji- ui the F.mi.Tjie.icy Corps ol thts
I .. .. : arduous i.i.-c. and tliat the committee
itlnM;iU' tu'iuriiish specml police lor
fate if tia even hi::U that hid pa(er Sto kton, Cal., duly 10. A r.tirling'
htAn i:ii:hui I -t i I.'j iir t keeo the ! inn tooi-ial train nf ninw mrn-hpo tin iis l11'' 1
Irmt innateJ- I , 'mm St. I t., !. Aiiwl. load "1K v
; way troiu ;
: ed with teacheri to attend Its'? National j
Douglas Co. Monument Fund.
The friends of tbe monument fund
movement are still retire and are cer
tain of its nltimaltt eucceas. Contribu
tions hare loeu coming in right aioug
for the past few weeks, but owing to the
absence of thj secretary have tot been
published heretofore, tbey herewith ap
pear in full up to date. O.ber com
manitiee are to be beard from yet, but
tbe committee feel sure it is only a mat
ter of Cnie until every community in
Donglas county will retponl to this
ncble, patriot c wjtk tn-1 lend their
assistance in fortle iDg the tame. Tbe
committee however nre that all be
speedy as ro:-eible in sending in collec
tions as it ii the intention to bare tbe
amount raised by the time our brave
boys return and the monument trected
as soon after as possible that tbey may
assist in its dcdicu.ou.
Amount prerioualy reported JtjOJo.
Collected by Ltxae Blain, Cleveland,
Collected by Mrs. D. W. Hunter,
South ler Creek. J L Casebeer 50c
D W Hunter 50c U U McLaughlin 50c
E Hatfield 50c John McKean 25c J C
Dalrymple 25c Mrs Larina Finch 25c
Fred Bouebrake 25c Wm M Porter 25c
Otey Boote Sic W E Poe 25c J 11 Whit
est 5Uo K L McLaughlin 00c W Wonde
25c Thos HatGeld 25c Tbos WbitseU 50c
(i W Cox 25c Mra Jeojitaa Casebee 25c
John Kboten 25c U A Bonebrako 25c
MranlMrsW T BardetteoOc Steward
Wbiteett 25: B F WbitseU 50c. Total
Collected by E N Ewart, Wincbealer
Chester Fisher 25c; W J reareon 25c;
JS McKay 25c; W U Stowell 25c ; H D
Daris25c; Morria Webber 50c; Ewart
Bros &i ; U S Labey 25c; L G Dumble
ton 25c; F A Gil'.aui 25c; Wayne Gillam
25c. Total 3.25.
Collected by Miss Emma Agee, Gar
den Valley :
Creed Gilliam 25c; D P McKay 25c;
N LaKant Jr., ft; Vernon LsRaut 25c;
Gay Reed II; N LalUot Sr., 50c; Joe
Kern 25c; Mrs John Age 50c; Emma
Agee 50c; EE LiBrie 50c. Total 5.
Collected bv J J Webb, Lurly :
James .1 Webb 5Jc ; Mis MilUa Wcbo ;
50c; John Livingston 50c; A V Living
ston 50c :' W E Chapman 25c; Max
Knoll 50c; S R Lane l; Bay Hattield
25c; UL Cannon 50c; F D Delezerme
50c : L G Uei ripgtou 5c. Total 15.25.
Collected by W. J. Patterson, Myrtle
W J Patterson 2 ; J O Met oOc ; T G
Buell 50c; Lula Kramer 2; John Frank
10c; Noble Andrews 25c; A Featon 25c;
Jas U SkilEngton 50c; W B Drake 50c;
N Selig 50j ; G W Crows 50c; O J Ricbey
25c; total I7.S5.
Collected by C. E. llasard. Drain.
K R Appelgate 1; W W Kent l;
Sam .lonpii t : total 3.
Collected by L. H, Leiders, Gardiner.
L H Leiders l : C Glees 1. Total 2.
Collected by A. J. Lee, Yoncslla:
Tesse Lee Jones 50c; Mrs A J Jones
50c; Miss Gracie Lee 50c; Mrs B L
Watklns 1 ; T B Fagan 50c ; J W King
ery 50c; John J Davis 50c; M AClaik
1; W F fieales 50c; Fred Sanders 50c;
G W Sanders 50c; E B Spixngenberg 50c;
Grant Spangenberg 25c; D Hanan50c;
B L Ward 50c : Mrs J Torpin 25c; U
Cutlack l; Mrs II Mooney 25c; Ruth
Moouey 25c; L Cox 25c; W E Thomp-
son 2oc; .nrs iaura Appetgaic xv,
Eolith Thompson 25u ; E W Letsoru 50j ;
A P Appelgata 25c; Martha Letsoro 25c;
llany Mooney 25c:Chas Lee II ;AJ LeeO
B L Watkins 1 ; E J Stacy 50c ; Geo Mc
Doupa'.l 50c; Mrs J W Kingery 50c ;G
W: ;ate f I ; Geo Cutlack l , Bert Stock
f. , 3 F Sanders (U Vol) 1 ; G RToli
c. -5c ;L E tipanganberg 25c; L MRees
5Jo; MisDIlaonan 50c; J Turpin25c;
Chas Turpin 50t:; II Mooney 25c; Hiram
Moouey 25c; K E McNaugbt 50c; John
Kruse 2"c; John Applcgate 25c; Emma
Carr 25c; Frank Wilson 25c; W A San
ders 50c John Letsoin 25c; Telitba Lot
son 25c. Total 125.50. Lees P. O. or-
Oak Creek Items.
6v vvvvv-i-vK v v V X N N S'N S N N X. SA V : N. 'VN AV-5
8 AND WALL PAPERRoseburg Bakery.
And the Place to get them is at
STRONG'S FURNITURE STORE:
Every tiie busy at p-eeeut. having.
Grain in this locality is ript niag last
and will soon bo ready lor the binder.
Rev. Poge, of Koseburg. preached two
very interestiog tteruicnt here laot Sun
day. Dr. and Mrs. K. 1.. Miller were guents
at Tim Attetbury's Tueaday.
Miss Hattie Wilson of Glide, attend
ed ch'irdi here list Sundar.
Mr. Jiickn and family, who were
vitti.c a Mr. Kennsdy'a las' week io
ta 'urd to Rvetarg Sunday.
Since the Fourth, quite a nambtr of
Roeebngtri hare passed here on their
way to tbe miunttins, there to enjoy
tbemeelvea among nature's wilds.
Hoys, vet your ti cans and borse-
fildles in tune, for dame rtimor tells us
there will b at !eilt three weddings be
fore tli9 leaves fail.
About two weeks ato John Atterbuty
discovered a Uru wildcat foraging on
tbe poultry near the bouae. He immedi
ately gv chase with his dogs and sooo
caught an I killed it.
1 s.v-'.Vt ;-C.J -----
Haying in full blast.
Regrets are expressed on tbe reaigns
tion of Cjaimie4ioner lyrou.
Mra. Mary Bandever of Santa Barbara
C!., is visiting relatives and friends
Col. W. II. Taylor and party havg re
turned from ao extended prospecting
trip in Carry county.
Col. Pay is expected up froui Portland
toon to make preparations for the win
ter's run in bis mine at this place.
Fred Bryon left ior Wells Sera-la, this
morning, success to biai is oar wish for
be is a good ooy and dseerva success.
The marriage of F. A. Parmenter and
Miss Pearls Sanders took place at tbe
residence of i . Parmenter Sunday. W,
K. Wells J. V. olliciatiog.
tvR-f-i: v; r
. Ibis cut i
ciavt it rotiiita
:i i: i. f a' lid o.'.L
Kctktr v.o Lavo
i?i :tock, titiely
i.ttiiS, LiL Lack'
sastut! fur par
lor cr" feittiiife.
fr. iu Jfl.W n?..
Hurruh '. Hurrah ! the brcml does rbj
And nicely madi are mr mince pktf.
No grtiruMin now. f-rthe orice ie low
Itif-ide tlii- iven tin- ism do go,
So when the rk anl ln.'aus are douv
! Citiiiradef and putrou have ifiue fun !
lb it cak.-s and i-ca-iiiits we now sell
Aud all that btiy, their i-we-tUearU tvll.
j Rye bread and Iraves of every kind ;
, iltijze iota l'.r low price yon H hnI,
j Each h-iaf is g'Al weight aud pure,
i l"sl by thceul.-- atid maids detuure.
Direct your orders to Jackaou .Street,
j Each patron we are glad to greet.
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i HANISCH & EHEUDE,
' V-OTICE li HEREBY GtVEX THAT TE
: undcryiir::.-J, the guardian ef Lha penoo
' su'l fitm-- of Uoa Jni.lnon. Srmnrl Joarph-
H.u.Juiiia Jocrphson aol Waller Joaepbsua,
, ciiuur bem of M. Jienliua. iccaard, a ill by
; rtue rf an order of the County Court of bou;-
tas C-mnty. t-utcof Orrfon. aril at public aoe
, ' .ou (or-a-ii in baud, at the loml Hoaae itoor
i ia Ui.turc, Ijosg!-. :oontT. Oregon oa Tuea
i 'tar. -IuIt It, "J. at hv toiirof 1 o eioek at
'I said iir, all the ri',-ht, tite and iDteret A
; said minors ia and lo tbe ..liowinr aVnenbvti
; ,- l biopertr. to-'i! : Ti of S"'i, S K-i Vl
, li aud , ed X V! , of r:loii 2, Tovuhis
. rf. K. 10 w. WUUuuette meridian, containing
Dated tii ia 7tb 'lav of June. ISUs.
M . Acq.
ll: r ?- "i
tr, i j t J -Lh--A ftit. am Ummm4n.
A? T " - .o. a
K V ' .s-V;5frsa . --
fe-lX.flV I mXtmi, .11 ml, tw .4-
tsraausMeo t? rtaaa. -- SfRKE.
Our line ol IkvilLoUDes 1-. ni-t--Jut-.
wLat yon want, we will mako it fVr jvit a a 1
selecting yoor own goods.
Mi , coi-.cLf :-! if wo baveu'j
Xvia c::n hivo l2 riclvautao of
j i:t)cziKadcBbfc Ka Caarif tmr ' ranMitiaa. -
County Treasurer's Notice.
iO l? CUMUCiJ.
woi Notice is hereby given to all parties
Most of us hate tbe capitalist, Iras'. s
and big corporations, not because they
bare money, but because we haven't
It is alwarj uo'.iceable that a woman's
reipsoees at a wedding are geuerally
firmer aud louder thau a man's, says
an old bachelor.
All fears tbat Mark llaona may be
leaalck on Lis preient voyage sre
groundless, Mr. Haon was never known
to give anWbiniup.
Now tbe girls who were left behind are
preparing to look and act as innocently
as if th?v hadn't llirlel a bit since their
best fellows went away.
Tnis is the time of the year when the
mall bay comes home with bis shirt
wrong side out and says that it got that
way when bs was crawling tbrongb a
have the best Biacbiao u:i tL market f-.r tie riicj aa.l will guarantee it Mboldin Douglas county warranU io-
loag ai any macliiD'j that is tau !..
Iron boils from f 1.2 j p r.u.l vr--i tv ff.-ui Sl.it up.
Have joat sorted op oar ttock Wall litvr an J Lcv siue Lew de
signs that are bard to beat. Late bayera can M of jt'ins as gcoj
colorings is those who boag'ut early ia the ea-
Oar motlo is honest ralaos and ro-j-I K---'d-s ssld uschcr.i us it is itossi
b!o to -oll tbem.
. si. OIKUI1U.
'Educational As.i'xij: i:.-n cotivenliun, i
Inusn-.tich as the volunteeie are iJoug-
Lb county Ik r, and ths welcome ia lo be
cxiended by the tntiie county, it was
0113 Ol i:.tjj"- .--. -. , ..: . ., :.., f f
into a freight train uithtti .vK) anls .d : .M . . .. ..
mat,, Star.islaas e -in-. tacn l"'-"""-'' l" tJuuli lu ou"v',,
lundd lor ati'l a lvjriiso too occauiou.
It w.-.H fi.r'hrr decided that a grand
barixcu'.- be given, nnd free tea aud cot
tier 14c, -5.!ti.
Reno PoatNo.2'J. G. A. K., xiosebnrg,
J . W. Ellet, W. R. C, Youcalls, 3.
Collected by F. M. Stawart, Roy
Griggs aud Hy W. Stewart, Comstock,
J F Earl 25c; EE Shute 25c; Mrs C
Wolfer25c; Wra Skidmore 25c; Geo
Clark 50o; J Tramel 50c; Pet Llndstrom
50c; TJ Anlauf 25c; David Griggs 50c;
Chas F Walker 50c; W W Brady 25c; "W
I II Lawrence 25c; Butte Moouey 25c; W
G Chandler l; Hy W Stewart OOc; Pies
Anlauf 25c; V M Stewart 25c; John
Jones 25c. Total d.75.
j Kecaived tin back liats, Hairy W
Afii N i-wan TK.ij- Fun "THE LIFE AND 1 Brand 25c; Frank Finney (Diam) 50c;
A'-bievuiuctits of Ad:u!rul Dewey,'' tlio world . -,...:. o? . Total tl
r.atest nuval )jim. liy Murnl Ilulttuad. the ! Marthtl UUtniltH .0.. 1011 ft.
li.eUve ai.d I tidate. (ijo1 rig ! lite-lom friend ami ludiiilivr of the i nation t ; (Jjllci-ted by Jas. Nowland. Looking
xi' lnr-lie; nearly 101 vfigi't lialltotie lllutlra-
i.noriuo'i!! di raaiui. Bin
Mrs. Millred I), llmxis
dilorial excur-i it-.in'r , is ti.aviry
-tbe Missouri State Ivmi'. Suffrage i l Nt'w
aUeocUtion, aud it. an -interview ! tT. tbi inornig. with th. rerult lhat '
twij at AsbUti'l : -Tlia irrei resri- two ladies were kilied and 1 1 paetigvrs ;
Me, but temporarily euppreese-J women ! injireJ. Tbwe killed w.t:
of Mississippi aud Missouri wUh in be- MUe Addio Harris, .v.. I-ojh.
half of the women repre-ntatires of thei ht- lnaTbomas, Seneca l a. , N .v ;
National Editorial Association t tender; o!k-
a distinctly feminine vo:e of lliauHf! t '
the Ashland people and mora ts-;eciaily :
the Ashland winnii f r their utiici'iri eu-'
tertalnmenl. We congratul.its them that j Private, conveyance ii:i Rosebutg to
not or ly they but all toe p-vde "f O-e Co'p-Jille Cii;. via Mynie Point, ciui-i:t-000
(so far as we are visibly informal) ! irg with lw.wt nl traitif. Leave Co
ha D'acl the clear uiMtutaio strPitiii-j ' iui:le City and RoHcbuur M'mdaxe,
above all liouid it'reshments. We call W
Anmn .vf fvri'Piitlr. GrtJ'n h'.eipini mi Hti'i teamn. f'''Jt ;f a'-e-tioodati'itic
f" ... ., . i tiK. Onlv tl-Vl.
all tbelr effortg for the right, until we all . V'-'r nee ami porm-mat can on 01 .an-, ,.0u,,ui,,vir.s. o.itiit free. Cliuucc of a life
dwell npon the nionntain fop snd th ' dr-., . 1 axilkws,
tnillenniw rolls in." Cottier 'Grocer, Hamburg, Ortgon
Barklow, Mar;fti5tagc Co.
feu be iiirtiitheJ to all perfions spreading
him h in the grove.
A committee of. printing wan appoint
ed s f ill : C. II. 1'isiier, W. C.Con- I
t.er Hi: 1 I. P. Croneuiillcr.
Cjai:iii:ti-M on grouiidr, Chas. Iladley
and II. C. St.ttitni.
! tin.;.. Writs tiK'k. 1 ho loinitiinn row pane,
rd FI.Kir !'. n I'.I'U'.," n!ri";n.
Glars, Toe f List of uaiueB nr aoovo nut
will be published uexf lime.)
Total from Iwtt. publitthed list, 30."i.S5.
Gruul total, 370.5d.
The Dread of Death.
A man bound hand and
foot upon a railway
track can see the ap-
roacuinc danger with
hts open ejres and re
alize now actual
and temble it i;
but wben a man's
feels o n 1 v
by a sort of
although he cannot actually see it.
That awful sense of dread, the feeling
that death ia near at baud is described by a
South Carolina aentleman, Thos. (V. Lever,
Esq., of Lever, Richmond Co., w ith a truth
that everyone who has ever experienced
it will immediately recoguize :
"I had what the doctor called nervous iudi
Srestion," he .-ays: " I took medicine from my
family jhv.sicinn for It, but of no avnit. In look
ing over one of the Memorandum Hook issued
by Dr. R. V. l'ierce, of rtuffalo, Jf. Y.. I found a
case like mine described exactly. I wrote to
Ir. Pierce and made a utAlenirnt. He sent me a
descriptive list of questions, alo hysicme rule.
" I carried these out a-t bet' ! coiiM but I
thought it almost imrosililc. as I wCi-mI so
tnnch with pnn under my nls mid nn enivty
tlinc in my stomach. At nivlit 1 wonlj liave
cold or hot k-ct .Ttid hand- nitcvu.aly. 1 was
jrettinp -rrv lr-.-.is rin. iMisr:-.I a ;-..-it '!-.il
with uticasiiH' - l condition. Ihlnkim;
that death vo"' '"' vi-.:n nit: a!n-sextrct.
ingraomcUiint: to trie- idaeeand having
a frreat t'.rra.i - "ii-i 1 1 as uto iniiablc
and iinpatirr- t;i"-:.tiy rcluccd in tlesh.
' I coul. 1 v.- lv anythip); ibnt would not
produce n t.:. i'nj in my .-tnrach. Alter
omc hesilnt'- iuii to my prejudice against
pntent in"- :;. dceidid totiya few bottles
of Ir. i'w-r.-- tiiett Medical Iiscovery and
Pellets. ' Ai.-. Vliis cveml bottles of each I
found I w as i-ni-'ovinc. I have to le earenit yet
nt times as lo w'r.tl I eat. in order thut I uiuy
fcel good hii! :-troiir. I fully believe if any
who Miner with indigestion or tvirpid livrr or
clironic cold oul.l take Dr. Tierce's ilolden
Medical Disoivery and Thasunt I'clkt.' and
obser-e a fcw'-iiuple In picnic ni!e they woul.t
soon be tp'callr benefited, and with little per
seveinucc would tie entirely cured "'
It is a very simple mailer lo write to Ir.
Pierce. Xo clunge whatever is made for
advice; which will be tent arm (in a plain
sealed tnvclupc) promplIy Jiy m;iil.
The Chief Charm.
cli Sbii L Waist, is the eharui of
Novelty. It v.-ill interest you to
know that our stoek of waists is
Clean, Fresh raid New. The
"snap" and style of our garments
at our usual low price are giving
us astonishing b-usy Jays ou this
Call and examine our entire
slock of Staple aud Fauey Dry
dorsed cn cr before February 13, 1S, to
present tbe same at tae treasurer's o2c
in tbe Douglas County bank lor payment,
as interest will ceace thereon after tbe
date of this notice.
Bated this tbe 19th cLjy of June, 1S99
at the City of Rosebcrg, Oregon.
Uto. W. Duuucx.
Cour.ty Trea&urer, Douglas County. Or.
VALUABLE PLACER MUSES TO SELI
one miss r aviso or eb f 1,5W, iuoar Ttss
wrrn sjiaxi. -iaxt.
Goods' all that is new aud up-to-date at specially attractive
prices. Mailorders solicited.
Cass Street Market
Wholesale and Retail Dealeas in
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season,
Hay, Grain and Flour.
DOZIER & MARTIN,
'Phone Main 1S1. Props.
Arc paying good money at present,
but a little more capital needed la.yt, ,
eriy work the minea. Easy of accesc,
will sell all or an intereet in tbe same.
For particulars see me at Koee'ourg, or
P.O. Bo-x2l Roseburg, Ore.
NOTICE Ii HEREBY tiiVfcX THAT THX
uude rsijrne-t bus been duly appointail ad
miuiitratoroi tUe estate ol Rosalia Manninsb
ueeease-d. by tiie e otiuty Court of Dowsiaa
County, Oregou, and aH persons having cl&oaa
.-Aini raid stato are hereby notuied to peaaaat
the wine, duly verified, to sajd admiaistrahn
at Oat land, Oretreu, wiihtn six months Iran the
data of this notice.
t)atcd at RoKbtirs, Oregon, this the 2Tlh ol
;0 B. U. MAXSUCG.
AdatnUrrator oi the estate ol Bosana Maa
The Home Bakery
701 Oak Street, Opposite
Fresh Baked Bread Every Day
"Boston Baked Beans,"
MRS. B- COMSTOCK,
The Roseburg: Tanneo7.
VOIICKIS HEREBY 1JIYKN THAT THK
uttderiisBej wa on the 7t!ud.iy o July.
U diitv a:tointevt admluislrator 01 the estato
.i Lo,Td:ia Mitchell, deceased. AU pe.-wns hav-
, lag claims against hiid stute are hereby re
; .jiarevl to urescut the same, properle vexided. to
the i:d administrator at the law oisiee of A. M.
i t'rav. iortl, ia KoaetMtrs, Dougiaa Countv, Ore
i son, within six luoutbi trviui the date hereof.
1 latc 1 this loth dav of July, lv1.
AvimlnUtrator ot the estate of Loudm
I Mitciiei:, Occea-cd. jWt
Pur and Rucks-kin l:
I .ace T.cr.thiT.
r.-i i Miii st.,
Vu: 1 HUic--. F.tf a-.d Kaw skins'
c.-e'l f'T U!"V'r. l..i)i aii'l
Ftir ami Skins I'lVo-.! and
Hiavk Aug" tiottt fT Chaps.
L DEACH, Proprietor.
h l''--c'-iirsr. tiv.;"'.i.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
CASTOR 1 A
Tor Infants and Childrea.
The Kin3 You Ha.a Alwajs E:-g!il
i Five acre?, choice Itottom laud, on
! which i located a good seven-room
J hiMt?e, n.-J baru, and i situated in a
J fine agricultural locality, near a achoo-
and postotlicp. Will be sold at a Try
low ligure. ln'tire of, J. W . Mote
(tljlO) Wilbur, Or.