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The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has hecn
iu use for over 30 years, lias home the signature of
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex
jteriments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
CaMoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the
.Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural bleep.
The Children's Panacea The. Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TtK CTNT-.UM CON.f. TT MOM ,rCT. NIVTOM CITY.
Southern Qrecqh State q?ml School,
r- r- J" t-5"?
This School is now
Is the Largest and Most Progressive School of Southern
Sew buildincs. new anDeratus luJ fixtures,
tilatate, cxreUcat influences tor students.
. Coma of study tbe same aa other normals ol the ttate.
Beat advantage in Vocal and Instrumental magic to be found in southern Onron.
Training aehool fully equipped and in-charge ot a thorough critic teacher.
TuiUcn 86.2$ per term: mtudc 15 and 10 per
, students furnishing ted clothinf : family
$125 pays all expenses for one
The shortest and aiit tborouah route t.i a
elasrts tor teachers throughout the year.
first term open September 11. For catalogue or information, address
' W. T. VAN SCOY, President.
W. Q. WOODWARD.
HARNESS, SADDLES, WHIPS,
BUGGY ROBES, BLANKETS,
t'j biit possible
Call and Fee stock
and samples of work in shop.
On the 5. P. R. R.
Douglas County, Oregon
ly open for recep
tion of guests.
Water cures Rheu
Kidney and Skin
To The I iiiortiiiiate.
This Old reliable and
the most 'iccnalal
8recialit in Ban Fran
f.wjo. sti 11 eon li u uca to
rnre all Sexual and
U Seminal Disease such
,"1 aa Oonnorrtaira, Qleet
Jh. Stricture, fivnh Ilia in
-ifall ita forma, Sikia Di-
JT-fi Ity, Inpotency. Semi-
, stal weakness sua uu
.V ol Aanhood. the conne-1
vneaoe of self abuse and excesses producimr the
m lowing symptom: sallow countenance, dark ;
(gOta under the eyes, vain in the head, ringing
M the earn, loss of couhdencc, diflidence in ap-:
iToaehlna slraugera. pa: pita lion or the heart,'
eaknesa of the limbs and back, loss of memory
Kimpienn the face, coughs, consumption, etc.
DB. GIBBON has practiced in Ban Francisco
r thirty year and those troubled should not
all to consult him and receive the benefit of .
nls treat skill and experience. The doctor cures '
when others fail. Try him. Cures guaranleen.
cajTo?V1tered l h"m"' Charcl' roa"on",,le-
rR j. f. i.iBBox. t.2s Ko.rnv st. P.n Fran
AGtKTs wasted- poii "i lit uiE AND
Acblerements of Admiral Dewey,' tle world s
apemtest nsvsl hero. By Murat Hu.kttaa. tiio
ffe-len friend and admirer of tbe nations
idol. t)lit aud best book: over JOU pagee,
ao inches; nearly iw pages haiitone iliuMra-
tftflru-rlle ouick. The oiuliilnn rni.ir.anv.
ri Floor ration fiids.,"liirr?o.
born made under his per-
supervision since its infancy.
110 mm to deceive vou in this.
flu, rv- HTS "f
under State Control,
fine cauiwif. hcalthlul lo.alin, delightful
term; board at hall and lude.ng
board 11.31 and (3.00.
year's schooling, including books
state certificate, ia the norma! course. Review
Saperiur baa J mad harness, both light auJ heavy, U
Manufactured to order 00 most reasonable terms $
inclading repairing, execute I in
manner at'shortest notice.
W. Q. Woodward
(NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
K-fburi?. Orecon, Jun-- JO. ItW,
Sotlt-e I her.by 6iv-n that in compliance
niththe uroA'irnin of theait f C'mitrenof
JuneS. en'.illt-l ' Ac act fwr the sale of
timber lnis in t lie feinted nl California, Ore
gna, Nevada and Washington Territory ,
FRANK M. KOrKlNS,
of Cauyunville, County of DougU., State of Ore-
iron, has tnis any mea 111 uus uaice nio-t
statement So. tni. for tb; purcbaK of the Lot 5,
of Swllon No. 'A. in Township Nu 31',
Knni; No. 6 W.. and will oner iirool tos uo
thct the land sought in more valuable lor its
timber or. tone tlian for agricultural piirposes
aud to ctlabiifh bin ciaii:i to Mild land before
the lleUUT and Kccel w-r of tlun oRii-e at Ho-e-burg,
Or-eou, nu baiurdny. the Wth dny of
lie names s witnets" W iiliain r.ri:e. Jr.
Kobett Coupler, Thomas Wilton, O. W. I'uckett,
Auvandall p-rsoni elaliuiiig adversely tbe
alxTc-descriled lands are requested to file their
claims ia this oflice on or before said J lu day
of August, 11.
J. T. BBlIKiKS,
Ho, for Boswell Springs!
Com jieDciu,; May 1C, f and until
September 30, lij, epecial tickets to
Boswell spring! and return to this city
will be sold as follows : Z')-y tickets,
l 85. Ticket", going rtatiUiUy and re
turning tbe following Monday, f 1.40.
Special rates ar also given from Port
land and intermediate poiote.
Digests what you eat.
: Nature in gtrcngtheninp and rccon-
!6tructingthc txhaustwl digestive or
igans. It is the. nest, discovered digest-
ant and touir. .No 01 her preparatino
can approach It in ctllcipncy. It In-
: etaDtlj rclleWS and permanently ClirCS
I r)nr,prin Tnrlit'nf inn Hparfrmrn
1 rf"P,P' c, ' "ed"DurD'
! FlatUleDCe, hour Sldniach. aUSCa,
SlckHeadacho,Gast 1 altriii.Cranips.and
E- C Det.'.tt Co.. Cr.lcaflO
f iTp rl IS
For sale by A. C. Maretrrn & Cc
GOV. (ittK RETIRES
Tells the Story of the Arrival ot
the Oregon Volunteers.
TR1N DtRAILCD ON A BRIDGE
The bxecutive Party Nearly Met
With a Calamity on the Tour
The executive ul Ureon with kUll auJ
escort 1 e! or noil to Sjleut fiois Sjq Fru
i'co on Monday uiornii k cvctluud
traiu. Oov. Oeer talked over Ireily the
irho'.e tit anion n titbe Oic& boyn
aud exposed tu rcret at livir.j gone
to the Bay Guy to meet tho troo.
He says 1( the C Jitoiiiiuns jirett their
own regiueut a i:uriii.iiv us they did
the Oiegma thev will navn to make
CJoveiuor Gt atrived iu '1'iitcj
Tuesday uiornint;. The trout were
sighted ahjut 2 u'tl'xk Wednesday.
The executive paity hid teen the tiesis
oi Genrral Shatter at tlie 1'resiJio aud
at his reside ice ut Fori Mn:i where all
tha coffltuaodiu)( ciheor reside. Gov
tieer aud party went at oi;cd to the tug
Gjveruor Irwiu, where (iiu. Shifter
aud stall", Gov. Gj);e aud staff were as
seubled aud went out to meet the trans
ports in the harbor.
"rtr is 01F .tr 'tsiMo "
Governor Gecr s.ya U that could be
heard as they approached the NewiKHl,
which was a mile abeaJ of t'tie Ohio, was
the ci y "'Frisco," '"Frisco," pit us ell
at 'Frisco." The tug patty theu pro
ceeded to the (rau&port Ohio aud went on
board both about two or three hours.
The stiuc evcuu.g of their rrivl the
trinsrorte an lured uear rolsom dock
aoJ tho governor went t) woik t get tbe
word honia that the Oresons insisted on
batnn' mustered cut at 'Frisco.
The t-avel ny of the regimeit, hicb
they yaiu in part by coining home via
'Fritco, was the caue of the boys cot
wanting to be rsustcreJ out in Oregon.
Tbey did not want a reception in Oregon
as a regiment virtually at their own ex
TilE KEUIVLNT WILL COME.
Governor Geer has the mt Hitive
assariir.ee that after bein mustereJ ont
the Ibecotrd Orcgoa wi:i cotue home in a
body. Of coarse, tbey w ill come as pri-.
Tate cit ixene, at their own ex prose, but
commaodei ty companies and by their
Gsrernor Geer says the boys all look
fairly well, except that they are thin in
tiesh. Tboee he knew personally seemed
to be 22 to .13 lbe. lighter, faces tar.ned.
bat eyes bright and in good spirits.
The fetliuj among the troops mas one
of positive indifference if not repogoaoca
to being taken up the Columbia to Tort
land. Governor Geer says the vote stood 05
to TO as agaiast to WJ in favor of
lie says it was the honest expression
of the wishei of the regiment to not
come, t) FortbnJ. lis docs not balieve
that there is any ground for a suspicion
that the leiment or its officer ware in
fluencad by auy intereat whatever, ex
cept their own peconiary interest and
desire to save their travel pay.
The party on the home trip was cout
poeed of tbs goveinjr, General TutUe,
Col. and Mrs. pet-cr, Col. and Mrt.
Dunne, Cel. Gilli, C ;t. Mears and Mrs.
TllUN XAKLY WBkl KtD.
Tbe train was neatly wrecked while
croeaiog a bridge over Sacramento riyer
about ten o'clock Sunday. A truck be
came derailed, and the lost coach, car
rying the ptrty, was derailed on the
bridgs fifty feel above the water below.
The touplhig broke and their car stopped
in time to probably save all tbeir lives.
Tbe entire party consider that they
had a very narrow escape. The bridge
ud coach wt re badly broken op, and
virs. Dduna wa injure 1 by being thrown
on ber koves by the shock. Col. Dunne
said ; "Kjjs, our time has come."
They expected to go down any tccocd.
Col. G1IH.1 was standing on tbe rear plat
form emoking and wis badly frightened.
HAN OR MONKEY, WHICH?
Fine Foint for Criminal Lawyers to
(.'uilaoo, Jnly 10 A special to tbe
Trioane fton Bonsteil, S. D., eaye:
Upon the question whether bis victim
was brute or human depends Archie F.
Brewer'd guilt or innocence of the crime
Brewsr was Tone of tie cwnerg of a
small tent show. Among the attractions
wat a creaia:e of sjcmioelr higher form
of animal lifa than a monkey and lower
thin a man.
Brewer and Tuorndy ke called the ani
mal the "micHlnj link," and laid great
stress oa the alleged fact tbat no one
was able to say whether it belonged to
the tinman or brute creation. Brewer
now avers tbat the freak was a monkey.
la e scuttle with it, the showman be
came angry, an I, seizing a heavy club,
dealt his antagonist a hard blow over tbe
ear, from the tllects of which it died in a
The local authori'.iea immediately
placed Brewer uu tier at rest oa a cliarga
of murder. At the preliminary hearing
his lawyers set op the defense that their
client did not Uke the iifo ot a human
being, but the magistrate bou nd hint
over to the gran 1 jury.
Follow itg U the report of the school in
district No. 47, for tho term commencing
April 3rd and ending July 14:
No. of days taught, 50.
No. uf days attendencc, OIL'.
No. i.f days absence, 0'-'.
No. of times tardy, 5.
Tut b 1 liu in her euro led IS.
Average daily attendance 11.
No. tf visitor, 40.
Those neither absent uor tardy during
the lai-t month were, Joeie Bounds,
Ltla Bound?, MinDie Jurgens, Gutl.a
Jurgenp, Lula Dunuing and Verda
Intcn fet good.
Oregon News Notes.
Oregou volunteers were paid 35,000
back pay Saturday.
Primes will be money Ibis year. Cali
fornia crop is a failure.
Que of the vieitinu editors gave Ore
gon a new name "Hospitality."
Work of mustering out Oregon volun
teers is already begun at 'Frisco.
Company A of Baker City guirds
wants to enlist for Philippine service,
Oregon's dead soldiers will be returned
froji Manila at governmental expense.
Oregon City may add Its volunteer re
ceplion money to the monument fund.
San Francisco theaters tendered the
Oregon volunteer! free entertainment
last Saturday eight.
Horace McKlnley, relative ot the pres
ident, has Interested Eastern capitalists
Iu Southern Oregon timber.
Governor Geer at Salem said many of
the volunteers are already sorry for
their choice of the Presidio for a camp.
Spokane internal revenue collections
for six months have been oyer 8000 in
excess of laet year's total collections.
Salem has raised nearly 000 to enter
tain the Marion couuty members of the
Oregon regiment when they return from
McKinley will recommend that con
gress give Eighth army corps members,
including Oregon volunteers, special
Fruit pickers are so scarce in Mult
nomah county that many cherries and
raspberries are going to waste notwlth
(tending the good price commanded for
General Shatter will be in attendauce
at the Ashland Cuautau.jua, July 2
This day wi.l be made Patriotic day
Old so'dio-s will be admitted free to bear
the speech af General Shatter.
( . D. Wiun, of Albany, was appointed
census emei visor of the tirf-t congrcs:
1 district ol Oregon. Monday. This dis
It let couti.'t? of ail of Western Oregon,
except Multn mah county, in which
Port and is located, and Lake and Klam
alh couutiis of Southern Oregon.
The Southern 1'acUio cvinpacy is be
comiug mteree'ed in t ot s couuty coal
mine proper tie. The last Uane of the
Marahfhtd Suu eiy: "The Southern
Pacific railroad company has had the
residence occupied by M. J. Bow ron at
their Henry villa mine fixed op."
A verdict ajaicst Lipman, Wolf & Co.
of Portland, (or 2.o00, was found by a
jury Saturday for fal6 arrest and im
prisonment ot Amelia Jester, a clerk,
whom they bad charged with stealing.
Most of the jury were ia favor of tbe fall
amount asked, 10,0d0, lot one man
be d oit aud the verdict was a compro
mise. Our Crops and Fruit.
The warm weather and bright sun
shine were favorable to all growing crops
bat rain would prove beneficial in some
localities. Grain is developing rapidly.
Fall-sown wheat, barley and oats are
laming yellow, and to some sections
harvestiog of barley has commenced.
Oats are in an excellent condi iou.
Early-sown spring era in is heading and
promises well; the prevailing warm
weather is iojirioji to filling. Tbe
yield will njt be aa heavy as tbe fall ejan
on account of the reduced acreag a caused
by the backward season. The catting ol
timothy, clover and cheat continues.
The bay crop is excsilent and is taming
oat well. The eetoad crop of alfalfa is
being cut in tbe soathern counties. Tbe
cutting of wheat for bay baa commenced
There has been an absence of dry windi
np to date, and reports from all sections
indicate that the erain crop is io a fair
ly satisfactory condition.
The strawberry season is over. Cher
ries are rip: and picking has com
menced ; there will be a large crop of
Royal Anne. The fruit prospects re
main unchanged. Apples prtnea and
pears will be a poor crop. D.oppiog
Hope continue in excellent condition
and are the most promising of aoy crop
Spraying was carried on generally in all
yards during tbe last week and reports
indicate that there are fewer lice than
during tbe preceding week.
Gardens have improved in appcarauce,
but rain is badly needed for all garden
Raspberries ate in market and are
very plentiful ; a good crop is being se
cured. Blackberries are ripening rapid
ly and a very large yield ia promised.
Carrants are ripe and in market. At
tbe close of the week the crop conditions
in western Oregon are fairly satisfactory
Rain would be of benefit, bot none is ex
pected to fall for several dajs.
Mock is in good condition.
The first pure type of summer weath
er cona.tiont made us sppearance on
the 11th init., although summer weath
er has t rrvailtd sii.ee Jane 14. With
tie pure typ?, light local (bowers may
occur west of the Cascades and thunder
storms east of them, but no general rain
is probable- for at least two months more
The rivers continue to fall (lowly, and
n in continue to tail at about their pres
ent rate for the next few weeks.
A, D. Woixaheb.
a Pointer for the Roseburg Club.
When the Twentieth Kansas Volun-
teoie come marching home, tbey will
find a great many enthusiasts to welcome
them, but none will tbey be so pleased
to meet as the Wichita Girls' Bachelor
Club, which has juet paseed nnanimous
reeolulions to marry no one rise except
these men. The members of tbe Girls'
Bachelor Club are not aged. Their title
is a misnomer, because all of them are
young and pretty, while most of the girls
aie of wealthy parents. Theae girls
have been great admirers of Gen. Fun
6 ton and his men.
They bad long desired to show their
feelings for these Kansas soldiers, and
when the resolution was introduced, it
went through with a whoop, Miss Marie
Williams, the author ol the resolution,
was Been and said :
"We had long desired something to
Mir up the girls when I thought of this.
For my part I am heartily in favor and
propotc to marry no one else but a mem
ber of tho Twentieth Kansas Regiment.
These boj", for the moat part are unmar
ried, hanJeome aud daring fellows, and
I think would make us good husbands.
I think every girl will stick to her agree
Is a chroDio disease. There ia an tslUmiaa
ttonot tho Inner coating of tbe stomach. A
thick, ropy mucus ferns
and this causes tbs am
pronounced symptoms. It
remains ia the stomach
and decomposes. Then,
ot coarse, digestion can
not bs properly perform
ed. Tha great regstable
remedy HCDYAS aerer
falls to effect a cure.
HVDYAN can ba had of
all druggists 'or 60c. per
package. Study your
Symptoms carefully from tblschart. Each num
ber represent! a symptom or a group of symp
toms. You have the aymptoms. I'ss HVD.
TAN and tbey will disappear.
THE SYMPTOMS ARE:
t. BIXIOU8 HEADACHE- This Is
more pronounced In tbe morning. HUD
YAM will relieve tha headache.
3-3. BED AND WATEHT EYES.
HUDYAN ill cause the redness to dlsap
ippear and make the eyes assume their aor
aial, healthy appearance.
4. COATED TONOUE AND TOE
TID B HEATH AND BAD TASTE
IN THE MOUTH. HUDYAN will clear
the tongue, uue the breath purs and sweet
and cause tbe bad taste to disappear.
6. PAIN AND TENDERNESS IN
THE STOMACH. Tbls ts due to Indiges
tion. HVDYAN will causo tbe food to be
come perfectly digested and the pain and
tenderness will disappear.
6. ENLABOEMENT OT THE
LIVEB. HUDYAN l toesea tbecongaa
(ln and redore the enlarged llrer tolls nor
Ill DY AX lll reiiere you ot the a bore
lymptoms aud make jou well. Do nof delay.
On to onr druggist at once and procure
package of III DY AN for for. or for KM.
If your drug :t does bo: keep it, send direct
to the HID VAN REMEDY COMPANY,
Fan Fram-lsco. Cal., and they will send It to
you. You rsu consult the great BCDYAN
001 Tons rare. i wot forget that
Call and see tham it tow wish. Yoa may
rail and eo tli.ru, or write, aa yon desire.
HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY,
Car. tecMsw, Market sad Ellis St-.
Sea Frsarisee, Cat
THE".!) I RETT JtOCTETO
Colorado and all
(iikea choice of tao favorite routes, tla the
C.MO.N 1'ACIFIC Fast Hal! Line, or the
RIOtittANDE JSoenlc linn.
Look at the Uint
i Yt days to Salt Lakct
Yi days to Deuvcr
lYi days to Chicago
days to New York
Free KccUalaK ctialr care, Cp-
bolsterc XemrfM sleeping
Cars, Pullman palace Sleep
ing Cars operated on all
For further ioiurmeirr apl; Wi
J. F. (1IVAN5, Agt., Roseburg.
C. O. Terry, W. E. Comn,
Trav. X'asa. AsL
i:i Third lit, Portland. Or.
XsrHtui;T CacacH corner ot llaio aad Lane
streets. Sunday Berrlee: freachlni. II a.
and 00 p so.; Babbata school, 10 a. ao.; L.
A. Walker. 8 uperin Undent; Cleat Meetiaf at
dose of the moraine eerrlce; Xpwortk Leacne
7:00p.m. f. U. Churohin, President. Prayer
Mectiiig, Wednesday, at 7.30 p. ta.
U. B. aaiou. Pastor.
1'araoaace. eoner Mala aad Lane.
Cmti i Banaacy Chcbch on Fowler street.
ianday service, at 11 a. to. and 7 :X p. tn. Pray
er atecUos. Thursday crcnlac.
Stia. Luct U. Ccrur, Pastor.
ST. n Cuibcm. Corner Caaa aud
Usin atrevta. tjcrrlcas on second and fourth
Sunday morning ol each month aad every Sua-
day evening. Special serrlcca announced from
time to time. Err. Jobs Dawsoy,
U. E. Cucbch, bocTM. cci vices c cry Sunday
morning and evening.
Rev. J. T. VOTTOjr, Paator
BimsT t'licacn corner ol Lane and Rose
streets. Sunday service: Preaching- at 11 a.
and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath School at 10 a. m., O. r.
Coahow, i.aucriutcndenL fraver meeting ft
7:30 Wednesday evening.
tf. A. Dot'OLAo, Pastor.
FiasT CuaisiLas Cm acH Corner ol Pine
and Woodward alreets. Sunday Mrrlccs
Prcachlnj both mominit and evening, Funds)
school at 10 a. tn. Y. P. S. C. K. at 6:3) p. m
Prayer meeting each Wednesday evening at
7.30. A cordial welcome and greeting awaits
all. W. a. Wood,
FlBI-T l'BSsBYTEBt AS ClICBCll COTOCr Of Casa
and Rose streets. Honday scrylcc : rnbllr
worship, 11 a. in., en 1 a p. m.; Sabbath
school, 10 a. m. Y. P. 8. C. E. at 7 p. tn,
rrayer meeting, Wcdacsday cveuing 7:50 p
ot. J. A. TowyssXD,
Tat W. c. T. U. will hold iu regular meetings
on the sccoud and fourth Mondays of evcrv
mouth at 7:3) p. m. in tho Kpnorth Lcarue
room of the M. E. Church.
Notice For Publication.
United States Land Office,
UosiHfB'i. Or.. July II. It.'.
Koticc is hereby alveu that the lollowine
named settler has tiled notice ol his Intention to
ma.oCuul proof In support of his claim and
that said proof will be made bo (ore the Register
and Receiver, U. 8 Laud Onieo at Kojcbarg,
UA.'gOII, OU AUgUSl 19, VU:
MlI.LAtRU M. WHITLOW
en his II. B. Jo. Skl, lor tho SW i M isec
M Tp. M, S. R. 3 West, lie names the foMowlOK
wltucsaca to prove his eoutiuuous residence
upon anil cultivation Ol, saia tana, viz:
Johu W. Whitlow. C K. Wa'uou, J. Jj. Wat
son and Jessie Whitlow, all of Peel, Oregou.
J. 1. BlUiXjtP,
iiliis in hnrettv siwn that tlu iinitimtvn.il
administrator of Ilia estate ot W. L WiTsou,
deceased, by virtue of su order and decree, la-
3uel out of tho oouuly court of Iouglas coun
ty, State ot Oreirmi, will, on and after Satur
day, AuguxtS 19, sell at private sale, at the
reuiiies, mo loitowinit ueEenoeu roai proeriy
rlourlng to tbe estate of W. L. Wilson, de
lleginniug at a point 10.91 chains west aud
C2 eUslns north of ouartrr corner between
8-e.a JO aud ii7, Tp 30 S R C W Willamette Murl
dlou; tlieiicSM degrees, West il.30 chains:
tnctiue Kast 17.01 eualns, and thence north
li.W chains to placo of beginning, containing
10,'JO seres, being all tbat portion ot tho dona
tion laud claim of Willis G. Gearu (belua
claim Ma 48) situate, ou southeast side of
reaent chanuol of Low Crock, Douglas county,
Dated this Cth day of July, ison.
HAl'TIE 11. WILsON,
P. A. W ILSON.
Aduiiu!strators of the estate o( W.L. WUhoo,
fry eirymw www "
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
fifty-eight Years Old
Kecugnunng its value to tuow a bo desire all '.he news of the State and Nation,
tha. nnhiiaiiair of The pLaiNDtALEa ( vcor own favorite home psner) has entered in
to an alliance with "Tba New York Weekly Tribune" wbkb enables him to fur
nish both papers at tha triflling cost of per year.
Every farmer and villager owee to himself, to bis family, and to the comnjuaily
in which be livss a cordial anpport of Lis local newspaper, as it works constantly
aud untiringly for bis interest in eery way, brings to his home all the news and
uaptvnines of bis aighborhood, the doings of his friends, tbe condition and pros-
peds lor oluertni crops, toe prices in
visitor wnicu enoaid oe loana in every wiae-swaee, progressive
Jart think of it! !.!
BOTH One Year for $2.25.
Sendalsubscriptions to tbe
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
A2JD IMilXDIATE POSSESSION GIVES.
Stock Ranges, Timber Lands and Mining Properties,
Prune and Hop Lands of best quality, in choice locations,
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices and easy terms. Inquire of
3D. S- KL BUIOK,
O RAM CO.
rt .Mall Salt Lake, Denver, FX
' Worth, Omaha.Kan
8 p. in. sea City, gu Louis,
; Chicago and East.
fi ts p. at.
Ppokane ' Wolla Walla, fpokane,
Flyer ' M'nneapolls-traul
:3op.m. Duhith, Milwaukee,
Chicago aad East
: Oceaa atsaasafi'rs
' All sailing dates sub
ject to change.
4 p. m.
For ban Francisco i
! fail ever?- Are days
Id p.m. .
4 p. m.
To Astoria ana Way
Landings, 1 Willamette River.
6 a-m. ' Orrfoa City. Newberg,
ExJianday ealem Way-Land ga
4 JO p m.
1 Orcgnn City, Dayton,
and Way Landings
S JO p m.
a-m. ' WlHaasette River.
Tues-Thur. ' Portland to Corvailia
430 p. m.
Biparla to Lew is ton.
JOUN F. OIVASS. Agtnt.
W. U. IIl'RLHVKT,
ticucral Paatengcr Agent
O. St. tk M Co..
United States Land Orvict:.
R .cburg Oeenn, July IV l&X j
To whom it may coucern: Notice ia hereby j
given that the Oregon and California rail road ;
company baa tiled in this office tbo lists of
lauds sit'iatfcd in the townships described be- I
low, and baa applied for patents for said lands:
that tho lists are open to the public for in
spection, and a copy thereof oy doscrlptive
Hutwiivial.m ha. nnoti-d iii a convenient
Placo iu this otlicc. fr the inspection of all
persons iutercsU-d and the public generally. I
couiaoi nase uuo ana west of "uuuuviu:
meridan, Tp H, K 4 XW'j o' NE !, Sec 7.
Within the next slaty days following 'be date
ol this notice, protests or conk-ats against the
claim ol tbo company to auy tract or sub
divisions within any section or part ol section
described in tho list, on tho grouuds that the
tamo ta more valuable for mineral than for
agricultural purposes, will bo received and
noted for report to the General Land Office at
Washington, D.C. O'Jutlo)
J. U. BOOTH, J. T. BRIDGES,
County Treasurer's Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all parties
holding Douglas county warrants in
dorsed on or before February 13, 1S99, to
present the same at tbe treasurer's ollke
in the Douglas County bank for payment,
aa interest will cease thereon after the
date of this notice.
Dated this tbe 19th day of June, 1399
at tbe City of Iioseburg, Oregon.
Gko. W. DiMiiicK..
County Treasurer, Donglaa County, Or.
1 ' !
It' a a long life, but devotion to the
true interests and prosperity of tbe Amer
ican People has won for it new friends as
tbe years rolled by ana toe original mem
bers of ita family paeed to fieir reward
aod theee admirers are loyal and stead
fast today, with faith in iu teaching"
anri confidence in tbe information wbkb
it brirae to tbeir homes an I firesides.
As a oatorai conseqorncft it enjoys in
its old age ail tbe vitality and vir f
itsyoatb, strengthened and ripene4 bj
tbr eiDertencea f over half a century.
It baa lived on its merit, and op the
.orrlial snpport of progressive Ameri
It ia 'The New-York Weekly Tri
bune." acknowledged tha country over as
the leading National family Newspaper
uona maraeis, auu,iu lmk. 1
Railroad Tiow Table.
2orthboand-7-Roaa)tMsvf local, No. 17
departaTO a. m.
Boatbboantl Roeeliarg local, No. IS,
arrive 5:20 p, m.
Northboasd oTerlaod, No. 5, ar
riTee 10:S3 a. mi; deparu 10:i5 a. ra.
Booth bound cverlanJ. No. G, airivaa
a. m.; uVparta 4:25 a.m.
NortL bound fart throogb treixbt, No
221, arrive 4 :10 p. m. ; departs 5:20p
Southbound fast through freight, No
222, arrtTM 7:00 a. 111. ; departa 3KX) a
Northbound mixed train No. 222 arrives
at 235 p. m., Saadayp, Wedaesdajs and
Fridays, dflparta 9.-00 a.m., Mondara
Tbortdars and Satordajs.
Soathboand mixed treia No. 220 ar
rives at 3:00 p.m., 00 Sundays, lion,
days and Fridajs, departs 7:15 a. m.
Mondays. Thursdays and Satordajs.
lathe name o! tbaoniv perfect train
a Um world, now running every night
between St. Paul and Chicago, via the
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Faal BaOway
tha pioneer road of the west in adopt
ing all improved facilities for tbe safety
and enjoyment of paseengert. An illus
trated pamphlet, showing views of beau
tiful scenery along the route of tbe Pio
neer Limited, will be sent free to any
person upon receipt of two-cent postage
stamp. Address Geo. II. Heafford. Gen
Geral Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111.
Place while in town to pat
op your team id at
FARMERS' FEED SHEDS
Good waiting rooms for ladies and
geatlvruen well warmed aad lighted
Good accoairuodationu for keepiSg
transiet teams over night.
Voar Patronage Respectfully Solicited
BERT CASE, Proprietor
Cor. Waahiogtoa and Main Sts.
County Treasurer's Notke.
Notice ia hereby given to all parties
holding uougias county warrants tn
dorsed prior to October 15, 1393, to
prevent the esiue at tbe treasurer's office
in the Douglas County bank for pay
ment, aa interest will cease thereon
after tbs date of this notice.
Dated this the 8th day of May, 1390
at the City of Iioseburg, Oregon, '
Geo. 17. Duimick.
County Treasnrer, Do..HTas County, Or
Mining Application, No. 5-
Koeebunr. Oregfn. June 8, W
OTICE IM HEREBY OIVES THAT
Churlc Brnneau. If. J. Jenmnirs and H. J.
Jennlnza, whose potollicc addriMes aie aa fol
lows: uf Cburlc Braneaa end K. J. Jennings,
Cotuge Grove, Laiie county, uren'on. and s. i.
Jennings, ol PorUand, MalinoaaJi Coaatf, Ore
gon, bate tins day nlod tbeir application lor a
atrnt for .'WXi linear fort ol the Helena, Cooaol
daled (uart Mine, or vein, bearing guld.ailrer
and lead, with sur!a-e ground f ioet wldco,
U iug feet on each sl'to of tne renter ot said
vein, and being 1M linear feet of the Helen
Lode Claim aa i I'M feet ot the Lauretta Loam
Claim, the lun.tte being the 1st eztenatoa
Kas'erly of the eid Helena Claim, said claim
being particularly described aa Mineral aorrej.
U lena Qasrti Lode and 1-aurctte Quartt Lode,
known aa ilek.ua Consolidated Qnertz iliac.
.i mated In Bohemia Mining District. Dooglaa
Count), Oregon, in lownsnip ao. zt, a. a m. ,
wiuaiaetie aenaian, Oregon.
ADDlicatlon of Charles Sraoeaa. r. J. jea-
nlOi,' and R. J. Jennlnics.
Beainnineat a flr eoat ( incnee s-iuare. 4 feet
long, set 1 incites la the ground, with roe
mound aloneside, scribed 11. 8 2fi0. Identical
with local on starting point of the Helena lode
claim, whence the disevvery ent. and Tunnel
.no. j, is o. 64 u eirrees e. ia lees; aia iniuu.
In dlam. U-ars S. 37 degrees, W. 91 fcet, eeitbed
M. a Wi. B T.: aluo ten la. diam. bean) X.
K! degrees W. feet, scribed M.a. W0. B. T.
Aim the .oonoay Mining to. s vtm itoaae
bears H. Vi degrees W. about 20UO feet
Also the mouth of Geo. Kerr'aTnnaet bears 8.
51 deg.W. about ) feet. Also ML TneUaoo,
commonly known aa Com horn Peak of the Cas
cade Range, Ua s deg. E.
Also viamomi reaa Dears n. vt nee t: taenee
ruaN-Mdeg. W.oncoar-eof lode, apetee as
cent ) It., int meet wagoa road leading (rum
the ooodj Co. s Jilne to tnetr quaru mlli, at
UO ft set fir post 6 in. aqoare, 4 tent lc.
Is inches in the ground for center post oa West
erly end of this claim, with moand of stooe
alongside, sen bed M ti. M, from wbieh a fir W
in. die. bears S. i de, W . so feet, aenbea M. B.
SCO, B. T.
A Or 8 ia. oia. Dcart vj at. r at Ktt.
seribed M.B. 960B.T.
This noat Is identical m ud the location aott
set oa westerly end of this elalm.
TheaceS 25dejr. . 0 fu oet post So. I,
UenUcal with location Cor. I feet long, taeaea
siaare, U iucbea In thecronnd with amouadof
atone alongside, scribed C. I, M. eV. M, froaa
which iftrll in. dia. beers . 7 de. a a fa.
scribed C. I. M. 3 360. B T.
A nine 8 in. dia.SU dc. E 9 ft. scribed C I
H B MM. B T.
Whence comer to sections -1S-13 and is. To.
23, 8 R 1 and 2 E. Willamette Mcrioaa, hears b
vj dec 9) min w itx tx-t, to- nee trom Cor i.
ar uaecwom t.
IxMend meep M-outaitt, Slope g E l&ft wsz-
oa roat leading fnm Noonday Qoarta Mine to
Quaru Mill UNU detrK l&b Iw
bame road c sou in. ldft.a It to Cor 5o Z.
Ideutical wlta a coiner ol thelocavioa.
A tr aoea i hxt long. 4 laches square, set 1 ia.
ta the gmand wita mound of etaue aioagsidc.
scribedC tM S3W.
brace a una 10 tn. die. bean. X 1-. dear W
W ft, scribed c 2, M W I.
Thc4.ce from Cr So ISM dec E Var X) d.-g
j mia : 19 It to Cor h'o i, of Lauretta cWu,
ft leet ta pct set in center ot Eatery end of
tn alcleaa Claim. Identical with location post
set In casuniy end of tiu tlaim.
A tir pnst 4 leet Kur, I laches fioare, set 181a.
Ia the groand wita moaad f stooe aloogade,
sen bed Me 960.
w hence a bra in dia bean s 3J dez tin.
sorlbea M 8 B T. Jl ft ts Center fust of
westerly end ot Laorette Clai. isi it ta asnsTI
creek c aoath East, COO ft to eonrr 5o X
identical wiia a curncr ol the ueauoa.
A fir nost 4 feet lour. 4 Inches annexe set u
inches in the around with monad of ainna
alongside, scribed C s H S yX
tvhence a fir India beam S Ot def v ft.
tcribed C I, M 360 B T.
Corner o 7 of Laeretta Lode bean X ate- X
19 it; thence from Cor 'o 5, ' 64 dec W, Var 9
Ascenu steep moontna aig it intersect waaoa
road leading from Noonday Mine So Quartz lull,
HjO ft same wagon road. Id A ft to eoxaer So 4,
identical with a lorauoa conMr.
A Crpost4Ukmg.4t .s'laaie, act 1 laehea
la the around, with avooad uf moon aSong-sMe.
scribed C 4, S 36a
Whence a fir 7 la dia boar S 8 def 30 mia w Tt
ftjenbed C 4, M S B Toi Useaee 8 24 dec W.
Var 19 deg 3U min K. al ft to center pom an
westerly end of Claim before described, aabjae
LAV RETT E LODE.
Bxginning at coraer No 1. identicai with tbe
corner as Location, a lir post I it kmr, 4 laeata
inare, art la inches ia tne groaad wiih awjoad
01 siooe alongside, scribed c I M 8 Suit, whence
A S Fine i in XHa bean N 43 deareea east. 13 ft
scribed C I M 8 0 B T
CoroeTNo2.of Helena tears S 3S dec W 19 ft.
thence from corner L H a are C, Var 19 deg
3D mia E isl ft to center pest oa Easterly end of
Helena Claim. a) ft to center aaas ass iMrft
end ol Laurctte Claim.
A fir post, 4 inches square, 4 fretloar, act IS
inches ta the rrouM, scribed JL. B. Ml. wlta
muoad of stone aWgkide.
Meaucal with loc km of Westerly cad af
Laurette ilaim. whence dueoeerr Cut aal
1 unnci 5o. i, ears a.' J dmr. E. 404 ft. act feet
to email Crerc '. h, B. Sal t L to eoner So. t,
Helena Claim. 6ml it to coraer So. 2.
Ideatical with corner of t"Hini,
A fir post 4 ft long, 4 incbae sqaare, set IS.
inches in the groaa . wlta saoaad of seacw
aJonaiae,eribed C, Na. 2, M. ?, aco, wbaaee.
A nr it it dia. beats 8. H der. E. Li ft. scribed
Tteace from corDcr So. 2, & 7i dca. X. Var.
p deg. mia. X. dcsceoel U ft to rnraai So.
A fir post 4 ft lone, 4 iaehes SHare. act 19
inches ta Um grooad, wlta monad of etnaa
aioagaide. scribed C, 3, M. a. 360, waeace a ilea
Top stghneta Boek, two ft ant of gnaad ttxH
lDcne wiia -t- cut wiin a enlaet at direct 1
which bears HUdec.
XI ft. marked with
Chisel, C. 9. MJ3, 39a B. &.
AtautficA. &, comer 01 the jMoouay Qnaru
Xill. bears d. deg. W. ft.
Thtace from corner So. , S 36 dV-r W. Tar. 19
dee;. IO mia. K. L30, ft. to Oek s U.wWe,C.b,
K. Ml I . to ceaterpoat eo Easterly and of this
A HI post 4 (L Ions. 4 inches anoare. tnts.
chea in the rround, wita moand of atone
akmzxide, scribi-d JL . ssa, whence a nrU ia
dia bears N. il deg. . a O. setibed JL 8. JW
B. T. ascead 60S lect to corner Kav. 4.
Idcsticai with a cox. of location;
A it post 4 ft. long, 4 Inches sqaare, set 18 ia
chva ia the groand. with saoaad of stnoe
alosnndc cribea C 4, M. 6. 36 wbcaca a iir
10 ta. eia, bears . k deg, S. 29 ft
Scribed C. 4. If . S, 9 a. T.
Theaca 5. 73 def. W. from cor. So 4. Var. 19
deg. SO mia. t, JS It. to Creek 8 ft wide C.
EM y0 f t. t waayja road leading froaa Soob
day Mine Quaru Mill, 1499 ft. to cornet So.
aud place of begin nine embraoing 3U.4B aenav
Tbe sarrey of the Holen aad Lauretta
Qoartz Lodes are ideatical wiUi the tespectivo
kwaoooa, and tha presaated ceaeral eoona of
theveia or lode la oartbareatcriy aad sooth
easterly, aa Is shown by tbe plat tied herewith,
as near as can be determined irom tha reaent
Tbe ouce of Location of these
claims Is recored as follows, v-wit:
niat. loeauoa of ib Ueleaia. feailed Bcleoer
is recorded in Yntoma 8 of Cwiglaa Cooatr,
Oreiron, Mining Records, at Pa a la oa tae 7tit
day af Jaly, tecxi: and tha second aocica Utera
of is recorded in Voinme C, of 1 omtlaa Coamy
Oreroa. Mining Recorda. at fagvaJSl aad JUL
the d day ol August, la.
The first location of tie Lanretle Lode Ckta
was recorded ia Volume 6, of Oouelaa County.
Ore-ion, Mima Rrcordr on the hh day of
vneber, lto7, at FageM, aad tha secoad lora
Uoa notieo thereof was leeorded aa tha 3sd
day of a urn it. la Volume C. af Iaage
County, Oregon, ilinin; Records, at fagea
The adjointm; Claims are: Oa tha aortherty
side of the Helena, ( Uolcner) Lode Claim, tha '
Verde, Lode Claim, of which r. J. Jeaainga ta
Ircator and claimant, and 00 the Northerly atda
of the Lauretta Lode Claim is tha Ansericaa '
Boy, Lode claim, of which B. f . Jeaainge aad
C. H. B. Braneaa are the locators aad ciaue
aats. The eaaterly end ol the Uekna, (Hetener)
claim ia the weahrtT end oi tha Lauretta
Cla.m. Oa the eaaterly end of the Laaretta
Cuura is vacant soTernmeot land, and oa tha
awlherlt aideof the Heicaa (Heienee) aad Lao- '
rette Cairns is Tacanl govemmeut laad.
Oa the westerly end of the Helena (Hetner)
Claim is the White Winn, Lode Mining Chum,
loeated and claim, d by G. O. Warner. "
ana any ana u persons nimi.is; adiei..
we mining ground, vein, Kte, premises or any
portion thereof, so described. omv.i niatl
and applied tor, are hereby an titled that, nniea
their adTeac claims are duly fUed acaTrdina a
law and the regulations there under, within the
sixty days publication ot thia Booee,
with the Keeuter ol the United state
Land Office at Uoscbant. in the Count? of Dowr
ies, and State o Oregon, they wiU beoatred la
virtue of the provisions ol said statute.
Dat-d this ath day of June, ls, and flnt pub
Ucatioti oa June Uth, lsSt
J. T. BBHW
KogUter C. a. Laud Oi!
Notice for Publication.
V SITED STATES ULXD OITTcr,
Keurg Oregon May V, ISSa
Nvtico is hereby giTen that the IoUowtne
nan ed settler haa filed ntieo ol sia intention
to uialte final proof in support of his chum, and
tbat said pivot will be niiM before tho Byiiitur
and Kecever V. S. Laad Ottea at Koaaburs.
Orca-oa, ou Jnly, 5 1S99, vii:
JAMid t. ECSSKLL
On II. tL Nik for tha N k I Sar 'IS T l
8. a. 6 V, Ue names the following wi (Besses to
prove his tontinuoas resiUrnoe upoa aud culti
vation ot raia laad, Tir: Uiliuua Moore, T bonus
,UID,?.V Harvey Swofford, and John Swttftord.
all of Myrtle Crock, Oreson.
3. T. BKIDGXS.
Farms for Sale.
A number of small farms for sale,
adapted to fruit growing. Good apple
and prune orchards on some of them.
For forth a oarticulars inquire of,
Q. W. AiDiasox,
Mrs. J. H. Sbupe is local represents-
tive for the popular Viavi remedies.
Any ono desiring any of these remed!9-4(
will ixtaaaA fTt nn I,av af t,av linm. n a.l .
)?rWfl h at Mgrj