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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1899)
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L0WE.5 f PRICES
Three Large Shipments
PubUsheJ Xlonlsy and Thursday.
IK PI.a.iXDEALF.K irBI.I-UIISG O'
C. D. STRATFORD -
J. I.. TRA.TFOKD
MSr. and tfoUcitor
B Tr .
AUGUST 4, !,
Antiquated and ftodern Copperheads.
Oar cuntenporary, the Hv:e. tceer
ing'y risers t thp Ii,!NDKAt tu a '.!
jovmmeiit'e olfi-i I o'g.in " While
thia paper is n-t : e ' otUi'Ml'' -T-iiun of
tbs gornnsent it nm-t sukn .!ge it
" igiai.ce to the Unii d MaUf, i;s !"..
aliy to the S'are at.d ai.d its
rmpathT and Mojor". of an a l ninistru
tiea tr.bich ia dcio; all in it po ver ta
pat down an armel iore':j;n f.-e which is
aiarrliK! again, oa- coaatry. O-ir po
aitioa i no doubt ilia'a-lef -i: to ihe Ht
tiaw, and poeeihly i iei f little less
than i-riininai iu itie cvw -i I edi'crs,
aa it does also to Awiia:ii ! Atfcit
i), M9O0. Va!eliii:ie, I'.'ia ' and ttie
re? of the A!uerh-ai.-F:li;ti! j ura and
flaf-hiriere of tid-. o r.ii.v II .werer,
ilia posiuou takeu hy :l.e i: is tU!-
pri inn when e k i !a- k ! it.- l;;-!or
f onr coonlry ami tvea1! 'ii ia'e id the
.jpperlieads who hive :!-i-!d e.ery
war thiscoatitry has wajie-f sn 1 it.e ai
minis'ration ander ahich ! war was
conducted. They have s -l.t invari
ably to weaken th- Unfed irtaif gor
arnaaent by liieir ;n anta jaim dar
icg the war acd to h!i tt-i: i with tales
el honor after the declaration cf peace.
Tat they all have faiiej t j ttop or short
B any conflict ia (his NatiotiV history,
BtVer have won evr-n the
proral of the people at Ui
aoeceeded only ia a rcoji li
h tl.eir . wn
Tha rerolutionary r a ' ppo-ed l
lha Toriea. They wr?e too cowardly to
brava tha peril' of ihe field. Like ail
latter-day copper-Lea th-y tku k-d in
tea rar and vtm a ttn-ir tongues,
Tvn peace came uetween me l n:-.eu
ItefM anil FnfuTnl liMt- iiAra srt n n-
aerilad. bnt those win did mt rhaurn 1
thaircoataflad to Canada and ail were .
l-rt fo Tiawin the p,!iti.-S itfe of the i
The war of 1S12 was opposed by
noisy groap in the Federal par y.
troop harassed tbe jtovemni -u
fewetatas it demo.-aliz?) 'h? Militia. It j
loraially roiced it protest in a convea- j
tion at Hartford. Eat wh-n peace caiue i
it fc.t am-Mojiivt .nl. in n'.':.t..,i;n,, ii, ,
.ur...i , !.J: : '
i.v a vun I ' ' -, hi viui tt-a .ik.Ht.iJ-
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politician even to bear the copper-:
t- j . j j v-
liaad standard. Nst one t:cm ever;
reappeared on the enlace of American !
poliUw. Madis-W, Secretary of War i
taeeeeded bi and then c eede-J Li-!
Th- t..:. , .. 1
i t j - ui'jTrc'j .'j (
many blg pilitieians. Uthf-r Wh;gi'uro 'O coDJiuon? which :or uiiy -Dve
politicians decline 1 to regiri the war as j years we etrove to abolish.
political issue an I ve the a Jaiiu etra-1 Ail en:h talk is as vie;om as it is idle.
Hon hearty tuppsrt. Mo t of tlie ami- j Caba is ia fact as fully oars as ii Arl
war TThiee re'hed fwrn pu die ! f and ona. It is so in fact, and is destined to
in i be each in law.
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i muij uj a war campaign'
..th - h,,n .., , ..!.t.....i
Tha war of the rebel -ioa as opaosed
la 1661 by a UW pan of the democrat. '
In 16H the ace democrats secured coa-
trol of the partv machinery aad df-.-h-.red j
the war a failure. The result was that !
tbe party wae obliged to d j twenty years
I penance and then wa able to win a
fretidential election onty by changing
its leaders, its platform, aud its princi
ples in fact, everyihi-ij: except its
Yet todar the Brians and the nr-!
mini nuect to tin i.n.Milar furor nr.d
WmAarml r(Tr for tKa j'ptiKUTutif ii.rlv
b, Ukintr their stand a.aiuet tbe
..,n-,;.t ...,i..r i,K.,c--
datpite the waroinjis of 1770, Ijl, IHi, i
and 18'i4, reach tbe rifbt hand of
i.tKiw.ii.p to tue aenumentaiis.8,
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4oetrinaiiie8, fanatics, and
conetitoting tbe peace prty
th'w day aud who hope that
day, and who hope that by
nrra uuiee mev cau nop lue course ci
rents which men infinitely keener and
tfonger than they have ..ever been able
to away a ban e breadth from their
wraree. veruy, rue idinocracy is nuy
rmiw umi iiv lup ixiiii... 11. ipxrnR
Bothiog while forgetting much.
' Well may we heed the etirring apeal
tl Corporal A. E. P-joe, of the eighth
army eorpa, when ho raid, ''People of
America, if you have a flag, honor it; if
fm Ko.cuaje..., n-jppon, " . "
joo nare an uro:..itrauon, strengthen
it;ifyoa t.ave tr.ops at the front, up-
hold tbera; and if yoa have traitors,
4amn them eternally."
The anti-ex pan won business wiil have
feeen made aneieoi hi-tory hy the time ! when the word i uiven u-xl November admiral wanted to help nim. tiui
of tbe uext elsctiou. We will have j to advauce on the rotrl . an i.e relied on didn't dare. Hut he thought that Dewey
"done gone au i expanded." .Si th to juick:y emmpoii! ir drive from the ""'H1'1 take a hint So the English ad
ind will be all out of tha' bladder. ! islands (he l.til-. aang ol mar plotH under : '"irttl uailed over to Dewey and said.
T i.. f.w iunp r.f th Pi .rsoEALEH
aaematohave somewhat atitated the
little two by four copperhead preas cf
RICE & RICE,
The House Furnisher,
Direct from Kastorn factories, received in Ilia last tea days.
Goods bought in large quantities mean low prices for the consum
er. That is cv.r proposition.
No Wise Buyer.
Can possibly overlook our Bargains. When we say Bargains wc
mean prices not duplicated by any firm. We can furnish your
house complete. The only store in Southern Oregon that carries
a complete line of House Furnishings. Send us your orders we
can fill them. We solicit your correspondence.
LABOR1 IN COURT.
Proceedings Not so Smooth for the
J. Mai'.re Liber',
j luiuling count-ei for the .'.earns?, who as
' ,,d.rt0.si5 'assaulted August 14, a as
pre5-nl inc-.-art tuii usorairp at the
Veiling i f ti.e stfjcJ J y of the third
week of the ecx'ouJ trial ty court-mar-
tial of Captain A lire 1 Previa?, of the ar-
tilierv, charged with treason. The pro-
feedings opened at (:jJ a. b.
Ttie ainval of I. Lsbcri at the l.ycee
was the t-icnal for eceuea cl extraord'nary
. enthuMasai. As M. Libo: i. ptiil accoai-
j paud hv Mn.e. Labori and a physician.
entered the eoarttom. the au iiruce
' greeted him by tandime op, and there
was a general ro.ir of ap;iUuj ', oe-.ai !
paused ty the clapping tf hand?. At
firit the andh-uce eeerued t j l e appre- j
heusive ti..a'. Uolonel Jomuste. pre:-ideiit j
ot the court, mi':it treat tlu applmte of '
M. La'wr i as a deui jtirtraiion bith !
would warrant Lia: in f.ciiiDf the
, Drey.'u" entertd tte courtroom eo; t:
after, aud, at'.er havia,; sa":ated t;.e
jadjes, t'iriied to M. Ltb-ui iih out
stretched hands, a auii'e of kfe:; pl-aife
lighting up his pale ar.d cesitlly f.ni a?
eive feiture?. T;io lawyer tok the pri-:-oaer'a
hand au l shojk i" warmly, where
apau Preyfu pave hins aavtl.er l.-k o!
gratitude ar,d to '& his sea iu froL.1 tf
th his 'aci toward
Calonei Jaat.e.e next real au addrees
to M. Labcri, the tOLe Leicj? p:s!e eyai-
pathetic. The lawyer lua.le an ia:pa
sioueJ replv. It enswerat iv latisea i
him and he est donn, flushed and hold
his sidf. H-f fifterward, once or
twice, nervo'i'ly twitched his Cnere,
, and an exproesioa lli.tel cwr hi? face
aa th-vigh he wa3 suUeritiK.
The trial oroetde I and a loci list ol
ex.preicef jUjin;cin3 K:tL.erbszv
bori again made !i.:e a bcrdcti lor the
prosecution an i eco.-nl eeycral points
Cuba .Must Remain Ours.
Lver since tue (Jstcnd mmttesto ia j
e.-, . .
IUC llil cu Ctd'.cc. ll LTbciaiiUtl w
lote the destruction of tlu Maine this
moverr.ent was recogaiKd and adxtded i
nmverliy in Larope and America. It ,
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i then was or the fate of Florila had been.
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After niffre than lorty vears ol fcesf.a-
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lloa ,ne oa.v came to aci in me ep:r:i
t!lat had pervaded onr diplomacy since
Ostend meeting. Te American
rm.T ai ay Jri3V5 s?jia f'orn tha
Weetern continent. To tesare the blow !
- rj.atm. - V Unk hut th rp-nlntion i
,ct,:iroi rnt n Un l ii th '
tJ Blr;Ee 11 a ' not saJJeu. l. was the
r,..i. ,.i . t fotirn rt ...ori.-a n ri't i
growth ol a l.letiine ot American ti.t-
Yet l-ow it is all dcae there are thoee .
uo Lik idly of undoing it .g,,o. who j
advocate for Cnbj the pol cy which haa
fait,.,! ; nomine. -:10 w;g:. Io re.
es - - - j
to conlitions which for f jitv-five
.n.. u i..r. .nn,..;i.ii ir i i
" - .v. .u i
AnriL 1833. when wa rroceedel to de- t
etroy Spanieb sovereignty iu Cuba.
" helher we will or net we must accept
all the couaeaencee of that acli-u. Wc
0311?1 do for Cuba what the people can
O'-'t do for themselves. We must srive to
the itlands &3 nood and stabls a govern-
moot as we have i'i Illinois or Oregoa ;
We cannot permit Cuba to drift away
from us throngb the mietaken eentimentj
of ideal uta into the coiifueion of Han J K- i
mingoorih.3d:m;uation ol auv hostile
European powcr. Cuba has come into
our hands by a process which we
: generation approved and which
t finailv hasleu'i I bv war. It muet rc
! main there h. the intent of the United
! Statea m well a in the interest of
Many of the officers and men who are
w going ti the front to juell the Phil
-.-i the front to ouell the Phil
ippine insnrrrction have a good know!-
(di-i of the coutilrv arnnnd Manila.
, m ,. .. (hi,v not . pn
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ifeilion Degan las-t winter.
Ihe copper -
jj,ea,j8i ,hifl country have been pretty
thoroai:1)1y Cittd by rtceut eveot! aT;1
the!r ,,erLk;JI11, a,tivi.y be dimin.
j .ted h,ul!tUu wheu the Maryland
cocventK;!! the other day,
n.-fi.cli ... il.t...ri; t il liv I twl ar.-l. trlf-U.
(""-" - j
Eter and c .pperhea.l Ooriran, UottgeJ
the entire is-ue ol tlrv I r.ihppiues. there
is a pretty etrong ir.dica:oi. that the
Bryans, ihe Bail. -.ya aod the other blat -
ant lUu-furlers file going to be niuzzled
hy their own eide, a a measure oi parly
As.uinaij,, mi: v to fiiibt
. Lia wa fcatlle8 wiulljt Ry Hid, n.oral
i or 0.i.e, fr0m i,9 American renegades,
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land he will have to fij
i many trained eoldiers as
j ed him eix ii.onilie bo.
j of 4ti,00) rm-n which will
lea I and the L'0.000 or 30,-
I 0J0 of theit dute.
; Ar;nt r;- r... r.i
I Tuesday. There will be many special
attractions and new features (his year.
Oil. W. J. Marin !, leiuriii'J to
Giemlale ati.l tiiil roi!e i.eie in the fu-
Mrf. E. UiKksry td Central 1'oint, ar
rived at ilem'iSle Fiidav evening and is
visiting her sister, Mre. M. J. Keuuedy,
at II. tel (ilend.le.
Mrs. .-a Moore left Tuesday evening
for Cauyouviile, here elie will remain
for some time, while her husband it ab
sent. He is yoini: to work at the Hold
A Jetachtueut ( the Salvati-iu Ariuy,
tooimaiided hy Captain Kuhn and Kn-
Haw kef. at fixed at lilcndaie
needay and will begin a eeriea of
uiee"" l 'tMUn'a new baildicg.
Mi?. J.U. (iibhsaud her daughter,
Miss Fanuie, of Cauyouille, ere visit-
iag friends at tileadale oil Sunday.
They were the fuefla of Mrf. Arthur Al-
bro. We enjoyed a very pleasant tall
Mrs. 1 ia M. Van' 'r ier and her daugh
ter, Miea IJat'.ie, ho have apeut tao
weeks at Medford. cauie heme Saturday,
and we regret to Pay the has decided to
remove to Medwfd. Oar loss will be
Me if rd"e ain.
the continued rains'.are causing uiuih
apprehnsicu in regs'd to harvest work,
of wh:ch ad kicds of aork is retarded
and c.'iiri IrraVe la reported. Serions
daa a.e :o ;r.iin in t! e slack lias oc
cured. What ttie reeu.t will L-e ie a
probleai unsjlvcl at pr.tent.
The tine building bein; erected for oar
postmaster, W. P. Tj?ten, is Very nearly
j ! completed and will be a very nice
' eiructrre. uur poeiuiaEter is an up-to-date
yau;g man aud we expect him to
j receive a large patronage when he opens
his st'.ie. We wieh him abundant tuc
i I'rf. White of Myrtle Creek has
! S111 ; tJl 00 l acittc avenue ana will
! build a nice residence at once, ile w ill
remove his family to ti'.endale as soon as
: it is completed. He aleo bought the
.large buiklicg oaned by Lee Minard
j and he intends opening a wholesale and
j retail grcccy at once. We extend a
generous welcome to Mr. and Mr,
i White to oar town.
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rived t Ulendale on 5andy
: an are the guests ol Judg-j
IMntrai Ka ii m m a l n Illtlil u I . A u-
h household rT'cts to Tanffer,f.
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where her parents reside. Mrs. fcmtth
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hss toe heartfelt sv-yathy of all in the
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loss of her hosbauti who was oar station
i agent for two cars and who left hoet
i of friends ;n this valley to mourn the de
: raise of a good cit'zen whose loss is deep-
1 ly felt by all.
Mr. Clyde T. Hccke'.t, late of Co. U,
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Oregon volanteera, whose reetdence ia
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Oruts Pass, caae to Olendale ou salur-
en.ng and spent feunda, and was
the faest of -ener.eve Koberta at
tome. M.ny friends called to pay
thelr specie ta this yoang hero who
took part in forty-five battles during the
t c t. .t in :i: :
Ulleen mOT-U! 10 "PP".
.uu liuiftcii ervi iuiouij uiauj iui.il-
ing experiences aod relates many inter
esting circumstances and give glowing
accounts of our new possessions so far
II . 1. . . ... I I . . .. ..I. ... . n tk.il!.
1 away, lie seeuas tireless in answering
the many oueetions that the
ekeJ. nJ LaB evidently Stored np much
useful information and expresses him
self as aeil pleated with his experience
dorilJ5 b,i9 in '"rei liod- Tbe
people ol tilendale greeted
soldier very warmly.
Editors Elect Officers.
A&ToutA, )r., Auii. '22. The annual
"'etin of the Oregon Preas Association
"a8 held tttJy After a general discug-
! b n 0Ter h-'U'siaiive matters ana rates oi
udvertieink', the following otlicers were
! elected: J. 8. tjtcwait, Foeail, presi-
j I'vine, Corvallis vice preai-
1 dent ; Albert foxier, Portland, eecreUry ;
Fred C. Daker, Tillamook, treasurer.
The president was authorized to appoint
the executive committee. Ashland war
choeen as the place to hold the next an
The vellow tournals are out with their
i. :,ti, i !., ..; .;(),
Admiral Dewey it. which he is credited
with a lot of auti expansion expressions
and a modest denunciation of tbe admin
istration's policy in the Philippines.
i Tl. ,.,,,. inminn nn 1u
1 01 itiese iaKe mterviewa man .a iewey
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i.jmfieif who,on entering New York
i i,.bor wouj be justified in turning tbe
j gnuB ol ,lje olympia on the officers
; f ,. . vetow ioumals and transformina
j theDJ jnlo a ruin ejmiiar to wliat he left
of the fortifications at Cavite.
i Here is a mighty good story, and prob-
i ably a tmo one, that Captain Coghlan
i told 'at the WinOeld meeting; Dewey
' sailed into Manila harbor, fought hia bat-
tie and then cut tbe cable. The Kng-
i Ah, 1 see you have cut a cable." fes"
! answered Dewey. " hicb one?" asked
the nnoceut English admiral. And then
I I-fewrey , kuowing for the first time there
were two cables, ru-tled back, grappled
for the iccond cable, and cut it.
The Chief Charm.
Goods, all that is new and up -
prices. Mailurders solicited.
to kmc a
Because you know thai it is the
They Sell at the Reasonable Price of
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
Makes Uie food more delicious and wholesome
The Better Land.
The fol.oniug original licih ere cox
posed bv Comra-le Jamts II. Bard, a
blind aod icilrtu inmate ol Ihe Soldier'
Home hospital at this place. Tne litcs
were dictated to the matron bo kindiy ,
recorded Ihem for the oi J soldiers :
Already I've climbed to tbe mountain j
And am aiaiosld.iwn on theolber :Je; I
Tbo' my steps are aeary, I may j
For I must set fad mil. the 'R!
Then soon 1 shall clasp the luviui: hand
01 one ho has gooe to the "Utter
Already my leel have touched the shore,
I have heard the oar ot the Loatstnan
A few khort days aad a fen steps more,
I T 1 1 . I ... it. 1 . I
i nen l suaii pae larvuu iuo mau- j
When my hocr has come my on will
To welcome me at the oped gate.
I am near tbe line whtie the to worlds
And my trovt is fanned by ll.o bahny i
That is stirred by the rush of uifl
Who hasten to welcome me over
They are gathering there, those gone
To wait lor me cn the other shore.
Tbo' tbe world is 'iiKht, yet I long to
V lien the master tails, mv work is
I will (old my hands upon my breast,
Aod journey toward the rising sun.
Theu I will clasp the loyin hand
I her, now in the better land.
I love to think ! her that's gone,
Far, far, beyood the narrow grave:
To thiok of the good deeds she's done.
So noble, kind and true and bravo,
And Iho' she did not shout and pray,
he did ber duty every day.
The heart that prompted tbe good deed,
Was ever open to the call
Of sickness, waut and other needs.
Of rich or poor, or great or small,
We shall be judged by all our deeds,
And not by sect, belief or creeds.
The Cobb boys are back from Manila.
K. 1'orter was seen io town tbe other
, .1. K. Adams is laying pipe forJ.,M.
1 'illard's wind mill.
Threshing will commence here iu a
few days if the weather will permit.
We have a new telephone in this city
and you bet we can talk to beat the old
E. II. Porter is on tho sick list at
present wntiog, but we hopo for his re
J. E. Hedgepeth has a few of his rela
tives hero from Missouri, who are en
joying a pleasant visit.
The Kevs. K. A. Rous, Suangles and
Colton held conference meetings in tawn
the early part of tho week.
There are a lot of miscbevious boys
around hero who have been stealing
water melons from Cobb Hrothers.
EvangeUul Ross w.d a number of his
friends mo out in the hills on a pleasure
trip. We wish them a jolly good time.
Many popocralU: otgatis of this btate
are afraid tho men of the returning regi
ment of volunteerH will make them
eelves prominent in politics. It is cer
tain that not mauy will favor the Rryan
policy of nurrondpr in thn Pliilippinos.
of a Shirt Waist, is the charm of
Novelty. It will interest you to
know that our stock of waists is
Clean, Fresh and New. The
"snap" and style of our garments
at our usual low price are giving
us astonishing busy days on this i
Call and examine our entire! 2
stock of Staple and Fancy Dryjt
to - date at specially attractive1
lr. A. Patte'S-jti f cii'.rJ prles-
tijcaJy U the lauiiiy ol I. Weaih-riy.
Kev. Latkoer he'.d service on jjt,$
I'rairie, oa the moraine of the - Jtn, and
Mr. M tt tpjke io the afterc-jou.
I Iob -it Ketd i isititi; mitli hie
brvbor-iri-laa, T. N. .rul'j vl lng
I'rair: , i o Kar y of U eht5i;.
?.bjbunJj a!.(, wtre ,a
recenl3y ,ere on ,heir . to !.e
home cf Mrs. ShahuaJaa parcuts, Mr.
,cJ itr9. 51cAffeei
Mis. Co an, of Drain, came d.wo Uet
week, to take her daughter home. Mie:
Mae having jast cloeJ a term f school
1 at the L. ii. i.
1 av.J Butler went aaiu t tiardiner
a few lays ago, for medical tretttueLt tor
his kg, which wan cut nearly to
months ago, which has become ,aite
The damage to grain c it and t'.nJ:n,
from the heavy rains of the aM week is
very g-et. the ru nla 1 hat hfen srcaU r
than the "oldest inhabitants" can it
memker. Tho liutirr I'-roa., have cunt railed for
sd hea I hugs troui leaker l.airj of
loou Laic. Tlu-y will lie turrcJ into
Iheiieidstj otih. 9 U.-e grain wl.itb has
been damaged hy the iccenl rains.
I'oisri .ami, Aug. UJ. KggS :e.-cu,
IS cents perd)..
i.uttcr Uesl dairy. j0"'3jc; laniy
creamery, ;' I'rs per roll.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, .5..'0- l.tKJ
Prune; It. lau ISi'-.; silver, extra
choice, -l -'t1-. lcr lb.
Wheat Walla Wall' OtiV.c; Val
ley oT.1- ; bloestem 5S.
Oata-White 43"' !j -i tee gray,
i'2-i IJc per bushel.
Millstult-Brau, Io: cnldiiiiws i2
shorts, 10. M; chop, lii.;0 er ton.
Hay Iimolhy 110; clover, '' s;
Orecon wiiJ bay, . per ton.
Woo! Valley, lO'-'I-'c: Eastern Ore
gon, S(" 1-, Mohair, 2'.'m.;W.
Potatoes Oregon liurbanks, l.Jo;
tiarnet Chiles, fl.jiWf 1. 70; new l.OO
Q.1.2Z per sack.
The secret of connive and dash in war
or peace is nuod hhxxl; pure rich blood
full of oxygen and vitality. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery insures per
fect digestion and an active liver, and
IT flAKI'5 THE BLOOD
THAT HAKES HEROES.
There is a Quality
Which secures permanent patronage. We
buv in small quantities, and buy frequently,!
therefore we alwavs
Full Standard Strength Drugs.
Our aim is for Ouality, and we hit the mark
The merits of our prescription Department
have built up a large trade in this line.
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
lr-cri t u.Ij - cuui
ontidel Day aud NiK't
STRONG'S FURNITURE STORE
with a 2.1 x
;ui odd bureau;
Trench Level ;
mirror for i-iz.su. Have otb-j
ers rauyiuir iu price from ?S.
up au Jail of them guaranteed
received a line of
book cases, music
racks. Easels foot stools, etc.
that aie pretty aud cheap.
See our 95c solid oak diner
if you cau beat it will
you a present of it.
other hardwood cane
diners at S5 and 9cct.
Will open it doors for the new .school
1 lit- l-uiiJiiu: hmo !wu lln-Muglily rvamattfJ aiil ini)-rvtvJ. N w acvaratu aKl aul
oilier lni'pnu ut mate iar tile o-iafurt u.l e"Dclilcm. uf tlx- iu:.lcut.
(j-J BiuirJiug aaJ IXrinit:r AJsutagc at the lo- t-sMK-: ra;-.'.
Uniform State Normal School Courser
(.'oiiijilclc Irainiiii; S.bool til eoiiuce'.ioii nil!) tbe Normal, oberc S.ior are proic-iioualK
traiu.U umler Uic 5u. r uiou ol a Critic Teacbt r, bo kIc bi entire time to thit nork.
CiiaJuatCiof tlii utbo-l arc gicu acrvlitof Thirty Month' Tvaehiua; Experience, iiieb
enable tliem tore-.h Hie Life Diploma iu tbe -luieke-t anl uk1 alis!aeWry manner.
Sesi'l eotir 0Jrvs lor complete catalogue Uj
JNO. B. WALKER, A. M.,
President of the Faculty.
Cass Street Market
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season,
Hay, Grain and Flour.
DOZIER & MaRTIN,
'Phone Main 181.
Noah iS: Linfars,
General Blacksmiths and Wagon flakers.
Repair Work and Horseshoeing a Specialty.
Triumph Prune Grader
For Green and dried Prunes.
Compact, Practical, Accurate.
Send for circulars and testimonials to
have a Fresh Stock ofX
Iron beds tc suit all comers
in price lrom ?4.2v
i . f f ...1
vui line oi v-aiutis auu
Wall Paper can't be beat they
are lresh and
date in style
re fresh and new and up-to-;
We sell new goods, not old :
goods for new and guarantee ;
them as we represent them.j'
Remember our mottoi
"Honest values and
. - - - - -
year on September
and Retail Dealers
fliop on Jackson :
;t. Uear Deer Creek Bridge
Manufacturer, Salem, Oregon.
All kinds of Pic;i, Cakes,
Notice For Publication.
I xni site UjOrri' .
K-r- burf , Ornroo. July 'A. VU.
Ni,ti.-: l iift-Xi tir. Uial in ewiajliaae
i!htb- .r4iiioui ( the act it C'oana of
Jobc 3. V-.i, eDtiii.1 -An act fxoi
liu.tir lan-.' ih- Rta'. ol talilornia, Vttg'im,
Neva-la aod Wainjnz'on Temlry
JOHN E. H.ILK,
of Grant- J'a-.. e'maty of Jo phiae. tte f
Ozvtoo, ! tnt ay t,;'1 ln
rwora tnrat No- M. lor th ifireba; of tb!
rE of ct!on No. 1 Uahip No. SJ
r ao-re No. S W. aOl M offft pft ut buw thai
lhclan'1 wurht U mon raluabl for it tlawr
or irti? thau Utt arricultarai pnTVe. aa4 to
uttaiiiith bit i to mi I'1 urfore tb
iier aad Rwiw of tbi. ottv: at Eoetra.
Orexn, on frWr. OloUer.
1 He na tuft a- w : t new- S::ia K. 5 :PVT'
' kknarl M;i!r, W liiUm Haaiaiood and I. C.
! hruwn, ail ol Uraau fa, "rroD.
! An and ail w-nona caiiums adiciv-iT trye
je-.lerit-d ian-h are ri 'ieuel to tbeir
' crUimi in tb ofi.cr i-o or btiore all A! aj
i of October, .
j i. T. BKIW.Es.
City Treasurer's Notice
j "ol;e ia hereby gireo to all perauna
j holding Koeebarg city warrants indorsed
j prior to October 10, to preaeat
, the same at the city treasurer's office ia
. tha city hall lor payment, as interest w ill
cease thereon after the date of this
Dated at Kowbar, Or., Ibis ?7U day
ol July, 1VJ. iitn.CxMTT,
Notice For Publication.
PCBL:C LlND SALE.
vIIU 1-5 "E!
EEE3T .1VES THAT 15
BtJr-Klkjtu fna lor leta
y.imMntr of Vn a-ri La-J oftVc &-Vr a--4
tforitr t:1 ui b;a tt wum ;. C A. Se.
stai. aa aaeiiol br ihe ait of Coscnaa as-
t-rp.rd (t-jrjff Jk I'-s "ill pTutatu
to cfl-.-r ai wib.c u
ut uta ur
tra..t .: jLad lo .: Ljt , r. a. K. 4
r.aun in Ut: vZmx oa or ursure tae day aaor
! 4niA-l lor :fee otn
i o.bcrw ;t li-nr r.a: i
July . !.
rat ot tH ajc
County TixBsurcrs .Nexce.
Notice ia hereby giveo to all parties
j boiding Doox'as emnty warrsjits Ia-
I dorsed prior to and isc!ad:og March -I.
jlSW.to present tbe sanest the treacsrrr'a
joce at the DoQg'.ac Con at y bask for
I payment, ss interest will cease tbereco
! Dattd lk& the th day of Jaly,
j is, t the City of Roseonrf, Oregoo.
i OfcU. W. PlMUJCK,
j CouatT Treasarer, Docs'.ae County, Or.
The Home Baker
j 701 Oak Street, . Opposite .
j Central Hotel.
j Fresh Baked Bread Every Oay
"Boston Baked Beans,"
j a specialty.
MBS. B- C0MSTOCX, .
Ke.l-u.-?. Cnsun, An-j n, iwm.
To bom It Eay o-acan:
Pk'Ui-r it terrt-T tn ea thai Uk- Omrw A CaU
loraia Ra. rvul Coupaar aa S.eJ ia tba oSc
a I.t of aad ttoicd ia U tooaahipa de
ttnLJ K:or,u.l tut appbett for a pairat luf
ai1 :21; lfcmi 1 be ii i opa to tbe pubUe for
inrrciioa aott a cur-" Utereof by dxr.U
iiiivi.ion. !-. bcea itl ia a cna vesical
plaie in ttu ofte for U kBipeclwa ol all pcr
mku intcitxteU aa4 lb pot-ticeaoeimUT:
vuth 01 1- ijae auJ p1 of liie WUUm
Tp Jt. KS.
1-art of W .. x tl.
Tp--:.R 4. "
Tp. 3. RT.
W iotm Use next uly Mloa in lb 4al
of tbu BOtk. prousu or contests azmiixt tbe
flavin ot the Company lu aae Irani or aubvUvi
lou iihia aay euon or pan of ireuoa. d
cribed la tb iit, oa the (rouBa Uiat Lb
is r-.ore xaluaWe forBune.-al than t acrlcaU
ttral purroKwiU b ireeiTe-i aad nnurl lor t.
port tokceaeral Laaat.'e at Waatiactotl,
J. H. HOJIH.
TS THE CIRCUIT t.-Ol KT OF THE ttlTE
-f Ur-s.!i. for ibc Cexia.T ol SoiuUui.
tmma M. Carliie, Pla.uua.
lXrce B. Carlisle. DeK-BvlanUf
To Docve K. e arliaie. c name-l dx teada B I
in the name of tbe Slate of Orreou, vu in
aereby umiuooed aad re-iuired to appear aad
tuner tho complaint clt aainit Tim m iba
above-enliU.-d eourt aad eaue withta a.1
ek from the dale of lh fir puhUcaUou (
tbia Sunimpov and if too f:i M lnw, .-,
plamtiff will ppjT tomid eourt for tbe K'Stt
demanded in bet eomtuainu
io bet eompiainu
The tvhet demanded l a decree diwlvlne th
marrtaee eontraet ezitin-; tvtvi-rn nlinttr
aud defeudaat. that plaintifT mar nsamo her ;
former name, Lruma SL Tabivr. and for fAJl re
lief. 1 hia summons. Is published e-oee a week foe
w feeeivc weeka by order of Honorable J."
. Hamilton, ude ol tho aboc-euti;k-d ooort.
" .oiu. ao-l couuMK-d the tint
1 17. 1.
latet Auguat 17, lsW.
attorney tot flamuf.
Notice lor Publication.
rsiTaa Srarss l5i orr tea
RoKtaire. Onua, Juy X ISW.
XotH-e ll hefVbV mirrrt lh I. mmWUaM
n lib the provisions of tho aet of Consrrw ef
, JuieJrd.l!7T,eBUtld"Aaaet for the aaieM
: timber lands in the Stales ot California, Ore-
COU. XpY.il. .nil V.k.n..r.-.n TfLirv
ftiLLlA.M E XlI'l'SR.
Of Grants Fasa, Connie ol J.wephine, State of
Oreeoa has tat dav Bod In this ottica hia sarora
statement No. t lorthepuehaeol the S. a.
'a of S-cUon No. IS In ToBhlt So. Si
kancv So. 3 W. and lll ofl'er pnxf to how
that the land .ouaiit ia more valuable fur it usa
beroritone than (or airrieulturai purposes, aad
to eatablisb hi elauu to aid land trefoiv th
Retter aud Keeeiverof tbiofhe at Rosebura
treKu. on rridav, the ana day ol tvtober
HouBotu ltuevK' John R. Kale, Kkh
ard Milier. William Hammond, U C.
all of Crania Paw. Oregon. Any and aii per-
sous clatmimr ad Tersely the abovtleaeribetl
lauds are rotuested to tile their elalms la th
offie oa or behre said Ath day ol vietober. IS.
J. T. BR11X.KS.
Klrjiug in ears, noitea ia btsJ