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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1899)
Three Large Shipments.
fublithrd Monday and Thursday.
Tut fLAlNDEALEK rCBUSHlNQ o.
K. D. JSTRATKORIJ
. U STRATFORD,
gEPTEMBEtt II, isnt.
lVwy, at Gibraltar , rav war in tbe j
ebonM vnd with tbe next
Cuba is mote Iban sU-i:Mainio8 fi-J
nanciailr. accorditiit t-i a rvKt made
publk by the war 'eiwriinei.t.
. ,. ;
An Indiana man who was r. jectad fif-
t.tin.es as an army recrmt bu.lt him- ,
wlfopby mn..ne9 nnt.l be passed, j
riei.achipoflbeoM Awe.icAt. Mock. .
Tbe Solus comprise tuw il:n a third
of all the Philippine. Thf ir iaceinl !
cheerful submission to ibe l"n led Spates
ia a freeb grievance with
: rirel in Ashland Wednesday, stoppinjc
A correspondent in Lniw e-j. tbe in-: to make a brief visit before cootic
surgant intrenebments are constructed ', 'a borne at C ottage (.trove Aft--with
a view of afTonlin a i.rocction to j Ahd from tbe hospital
the retreat of the deienders." Tbe Tac-: t F rancieco he made a trip to Los
. i ,;:;.. '
art, bit wrong eud foremost.
1 r.,1 tl.a Riaiili.tiillr I .miller
Co.. .Saginaw, Ore., is adverting for 50 i
men at good waive for steady employ
menl. TLis is mors republican prosper- j
ity promiI. and yet tbe h.wler. howl,
bnt they are geUing hoarte and short ol
Tbe aunaal fair of the oulhrru Ore
gon b'.ate lijwrd of Agriculture will be
gin on the troanda near Central l'oint
today, Seitember 11th, and will con
tinue six days. Liberal promiurus and
parses bare been KaarauteeJ, and all
that is needed to make the fair a big
success is a large attendance, which
seems to be assured.
shipments of peaches are very heavy
from Kosebom this year and there are
none finer raised anyw!re. In this!
particular Boseburg is a cloee tecond to
Ashland, and iu stra when ies, pears and
soma other fruit, lead that place aa a
hipping point. Ia the vrodoctiou of
prunes Douglas is far in advame i-f any
other county in ths state, and the crop
this year will be very large. Eugeue
lion. li. Hermann last week returned
to bis duties in Washington, Lit visit to
bis old friends and old home in this wc
tion being very brief and limited. Mr.
H.'e duties as counnu-siooer of the gen
eral land office are onerous and pressing,
nd bs gives his undivided pereonal
supervision in ail its departments, hence
his short visit. Hit host of friend, at
this plscs and throughout the county
would have been glad to have greeted
him. Coqaille Herald (pop.).
The bop crop of this county is reported
at first ciai, and np to this time no
damage has resulted from the rains.
Ticking is in progress, aud the field,
present a most busy and lively appear
ance. Many people lake their annual
summer outing in tbe bop held., com
bining business with pleasure, and the
hop-picker, are well known . to be the
happiest people in tbe world, while the
picking lasts. Tbe bop industry in this
country is ' of larger proportion than
many people imagine.
Notwithataodini; our greatly improved
facilities for jo'r printing our olike is at
presejt nnabie to fill promptly the great
osmaod made npon it for jjb printing,
regardless of the fact that every availa
ble printer in town ha. been employed.
Hoping our pstroue will bear patiently
with us for the present, we promise
them better and more promit service in
tbe future. Confidence has been fully
restored in the Pi-AixutAi.tu. Iti'the
paper for the people, and they are uot
low in recognizing the fact.
The set ami trial of Dreyfus hae been a
legal (arcs enforced to continue aud cun
sammate what to Dreyfus is a terrible
tragsdy. The worst relleciioti is that a
Trench military court has proved itfelf
as capable of as friichUul an outrage on
justice in its public proceedings as it had
already proved in tbe secret proceedings
of a star chamber tribunal, says the
Oregon iao. Tbe majority of the French
people will applaud this second convict
ion of Dreyfos, to the horror and ulter
disgust of Great Britain and the United
trlates, where such crimes against indi
vidual justice would be cure of redress.
France deservt. dismemberment; the it
not a great ua'.iou, a .elf-respecting gov
ernment representing ciual right, and
liberty under law. bhe ia a mere weath
cxk flying a nvlita'v co -kad from its
RICE & RICE,
The House Furnisher,
Direct from Eastern factories, received iu the last ten days.
Goods bought in large quantities nieau low prices for the consum
er. That is our proposition.
No Wise Buyer.
Can possibly overlook our Bargaius. When we say Bargains wc
mean prices not duplicated by any firm. Wc can furnish your
house complete. The only store in Southern Oregon that carries
a complete line of House Furnishings. Send us your orders wc
can fill them. We solicit your correspondence.
Local and General.
Apple parert of every description at
I CliurcLiil & Woollfj'e.
Tbe supreme court is in session with
two hundred cases ahead on tbe docket.
It ia estimated
that 1500 Indians mill
j pick hops at ray all up, Wash., tbia eea
!eon. J Years brini uo loss of enthusiasm in
; tbe animal renoiona of the Oraud Army,
j Tbe men learned bow to dose np ranks
in a t borough school.
l 11 11 IT 1 i . - t ... 1....
for Oakland, where she will visit for
several week and tben go to Missouri.
There sbs will remain uutil Lext spriu;.
Last Friday Mrs. Nancy J. :owell
! sued the city of Eocene, a municipal
corporation for tbe sum of J 1,0, o dam-
age. She alleges that abe fell on a de
: fective sidewalk sustaining injuries that
impaired the health and strength of tbe
f BMUa o
nd oot Iof nM 6na fo
Total amount $1,073
lorney Skipworlh has been retained by
Henry M. Wagner, member of the
late Cj. U, 2 id Oregon Volautevrs, ar
Angeles, ana irom mere came nere.
While in the military service, he was
Lot through the abdomen and had a
moat narrow escape from death. Aeli-
U"d TTn TaIk
Mr. Wagner spent Sanday ia this city
T'el'D' comrades of Co B. He w.,
tarnvniml bj Emeit L btoue, another
" w " "7 ",k"T w
iCorvalln to attend school. The hojs
i took their deartore on tbe northbound
overland lor their resective destina-
Hip picking began last Mouday.
Charles and I'itzcr Leek ley have gone
Miss May Roberts has gone to Koeo
borg to spend a abort lime.
Commissioner Thorn ion passed
through our burg Tuesday.
Trot Mulkey has gone to Coos county
in the interest of the school.
Deuj. Mulkey has gone to Vale, Mal
heur county, where Lo will teach school
Mr Jobeph Huberts aud Miss Mary
Wells went to Koeeburg Thursday to at-
1 tend the circuit.
Mr J 1' Anderson was quite severely
hurt last Thursday by a borte kickiug
him near the hip pint.
Tetsr 'asu, Sr., was ou the sick list
last week. Min Alts Levitts cams over
from Oakland a few days ago.'
Farmer, are busy threshing at prea
ent, bat some express a doubt about the
grain being good after it i. threihed.
Mrs. JIarrison, who ha. been yisitiLg
her sister, Mrs. Jno. Nasii, returned to
ber home near Cottage Grove, Thursday
A ZULU BRIDE.
Uaberwte Uatv Dreaalns la tka Lead
las; Fswtwrs of Hr Kwstlat
The daughter of a Zulu iu comfort
able circumstances docs not leave her
father a kraal without much pomp and
many queer rites, which doubtless arc
held by her people in high estimation,
ft may be noted, too, that the mar
riage customs of these dusky Africans
are subject to innumerable variations,
each trihe having its own peculiarities.
Hair-drcssing, by the -nay, is an im
portant feature both to the bride and
bridegroom, and the attcntiou paid to
the coiffure of the pair would shame
the performance of a West end hair
dresser who arranges a bride's locks
and fastens the orange blossom chap
let. A cone-fchaped erection, for in
stance, is the lawful coiffure of a Zulu
w ife, and tin's cannot bo legally worn
till the marriage rites are duly com
pleted. Save for the all-important one,
the head of a Zulu bride is closely
shaved, an assegai being used for the
purpose; vhilst, as soon as a youth is
of a marriageable age, his hcad is thorn
to lcuvc a ring around the scalp, and
then liberally besmeared with fat and
o hre, w ithout which unguents uo Zulu
would fel fittingly decorated for his
bride. When the bridegroom-elect has
been' idiom of all his hair sae the wool
the crown, which is traiued in a
circular shape aud tonic four inches
in diameter, a ring is sewn to this, of
trum and charcoal; in this the Zulu
thrusts lonir snuff .unnn. r Pst'1 i. fi ml
niall utility articles, and is very proud
oi ins ring, wLicii is the badge of man
hood. Cassell's Magaiine.
Kaw Turk's Police.
The Kew York police department ou
March 1 had a total membership of 7,2'JI
officers and men, of whom 01 were in
the bicycle squad, t'j in the tenement
house squad, 104 were detectives. 'Si
were in Ibe sanitary corp. und nine
were detailed for seivioe in the house
of detention. There were also 38 police-matrons.
THE PREMIUM LIST.
(Continued from ge 1.)
Sample, common stalks, Mit. 1".
Dispiay of corn, twelve stalks, three
varieties, YV. Singleton, first.
Display of corn, twelve f talko, three
varieties, T. Hatfield, second.
class, ii, seeds.
.Simple of peas, Mrs, li. L. Canuoii,
Sample of peaa. Mis. E. A. llinkie,
Simple of alialU seed, Mrs. V. Bruck
Sample of whits beans, Mrs. M. Le tu
Sample of white buane, Mrs. K. A.
Sample orchard grass seed, Mrs. S. 1.
Max heaus, Mr. K. A. 11 inkle, first.
Sample Layou beans, Mrs. . A. (tin-
Sample of Valentine Iteaue, Mr. K. A.
DIVISION F. Oregon manufactures.
Saddle, F. P. Brown, firet.
Carriage harness, single, F. P. Urowo,
Team haroen, F. P. Brown, first.
Hours made soap, Mrs. II. S. Caun,
Lard, 10 los., Mrs. Adam Fisher, first.
Home tuado soap, Mrs. S. P. Blakely,
DIVISION ti. Daily.
Ten lb, parked butter, .is mouth.
old, Mrs. L A. Hinkle, first.
Four Ibe. of butter, mads by family.
Mrs. F. A. McCall, first.
Four lbs. of butter, tnede by family,
Mrs. A. Fither, second.
lour lbs. of Jersey bullet, Mrs. M.
DIVISION 11. Doiut-ftlic woolen Mh.
Woolen socks, home made, Mrs. M.
Woolen sock., borne made, Mrs.
Home made yaru, colored. Mr.. S. P.
Kig rug, Mrs. Carswell, first.
liag rug, Mrs. Carswell, second.
Home made yaru, white, Mre. S. P.
DIVISION L Cooking.
Honey strniued, Mrs. O. L. Willis,
Loafcak, Mis. P. Bruckner, secoud
, Honey iu comb, Mrs. M. Lemmer,
Houey strained, Mrs. M. Lemmer,
Assortment of cikee, live virielics,
Mrs. J. C. Aiken, second.
Layer cake, Mrs. J. C. Aiken, second
Rolls or gems, Mrs. J. C. Aiken, first.
Exhibit of quince honey, Mrs. J. C.
Assortment of cakes, five varieties,
Layer cake, Mr.. S.C. Hint, first.
Coffee cake, Mrs. S. C.'Flint, second.
Fruit cake, Mrs. S. C. Flint, first.
Assortment of catsups, fire varieties
Mr.. S.C. Flint, first
Picalilli, Mrc. S. C. Flint, first. y
Coffee cake, Mr.. E. A. Hinkle, first.
Assortment of frnit butter, six varie
ties, Mrs. II. C. Stanton, first.
Hermftically sealed fruit., Mrs. II,
C. Stanton, second.
Display of jama, six varieties, Mrs. H.
C, Stanton, second.
Baked beans, Mrs. II. C. Stanton, sec
ond, Baking-powder biscuits, Mr.. H. C.
Soda biscuit, Mrs. U. C. Stanton, sec
ond. Assortment of jellies, six varieties,
Mrs. II. C. Stanton, second.
Assortment of preserves, six varieties,
Mes. II. C. Stanton, second.
Baking powder biscuit, Edna Hudson,
Rolls or gems, Kdua Hodson, second.
Salt rising bread, Mr.. S. Zigler, first.
Potato yeast bread, Lizzie Kamsey,
Steamed brow u bread, Jennie Buick,
Baked beans, Mm, M. Webber, lirot.
Soda biscuit, Mrs. T. J. Criteser, first.
Hop rising bread, Mrs. T. J. Ciiteser,
Potato yeast bread, Mrs. IT. J. Crite-
Loaf cake, Mrs. J. Kast, first.
Hop-rising bread, Mrs. N. T. Jewell.
Hermetically eealcd fruits, Mrs. F. A.
Assortment of baud dried fruits, six
varieties, Mrs. I. A. McCall, first.
Display of jams, six varieties, Mrs. F.
. McCall, first.
Picalilli, Mre. F. A. McCall, secoud.
Exhibit of juince honey, Mrs. F. A.
Assortment of jellies, six varieties,
Mrs. F. A. McCal), first. i
Assortment of fruit butter, six vari
eties, Mrs, F. A. MtCall, second.
Assortment of preserves, six varieties,
Mrs.S. W. Leake, first.
Salt- rising bread, Mre. C. S. Jackson,
DIVISION .1. Needle work. i
class ir. Hand sewing, I
'$ft$? Jtf'Q at our
Goods, all that is new and up-to-date at specially attractive
prices. Mailorders solicited.
TO RIDli A
Because you know that it is the
They Sell at the Reasonable Price of
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
Six button hole?, Mrs. G. Kohlhat:er,
Darning, Mrs. P. Bruckner, brat.
One-half dox;n hemstitched uapkins.
Mrs, (. B. Hamilton, second.
Flaiu sewing, Mrs. M. Immcr- first.
One-half down hand hemmed nap
kins, Mrs. M. Lemmer, second.
Darning, Mrs. S. P. Blakely, second.
Patching, Pbinelta Blakely, firet.
one-hall dozen baud hemmed nap
kins, 5Irs. F. A. McCall, firs'.
Lady', apron, F.la Heudricks, second.
Patchwork, Mrs. A. J. Howard, first.
Patchwork, Mrs. H. C. Slocutu, tec
1 1. a- in. Machine eewiug.
Baby dre., Mrs. J. Kohlhageu. lust.
Chemise yoke, Anna Blakely, "ml.
Center piece, netting, Mrs. C. A. Sel
Toilet eet.thiee piece, ueltiu-, Mrs
C A SelJen, swouJ.
Pincushion cover, Mrs C A Svlden,
Best specimen netting, Mrs. C. A. Scl
Ciuter piece, nvtliog, Mr. C A Selden,
Best collection of netting, Mrs C A
ShoulJer cape, Mrs J II Brow n, rirtt.
Tidy, crochet, Mrs. J. H. Brown, sec
ond. Lady's skirl, kuit, Mrs. J. 11. Brown,
lofanl'.cape, ucltd, M ra D SK Bu
Pin cushion cover, utltiug, Mr. D. S1.
K, Buick, first.
Bed spread, coltou, Mrs. J. H. Brown,
Display tatted luce, six specimens,
Ada Smith, second.
Baby socks, knit, Ada Smith, first.
Best specimen knit or crochet lace,
Ada Smith, second.
Tidy, knit, Edna Hodson, secoud.
Tidy, knit, Edna Hodson, first.
Best specimen knit or crochet lace
Mr. Lyman Noble, first.
Tidy, crochet, Kla Hendricks, first.
Pillow-slips, crochet lace, Lizzie Par
rot t, first.
Paircottoa socks, Mr.. A. J. llowaid,
Lady's apron, trimmed with kait U:-e,
Dora McCulloch, first.
CLASM VIII. MlM.LLLANKOt.li.
Bdetpin cushion, not luce, Mre. U.
Best lamiiuat, Frank J Howell, L'ud.
Best pair pillow shams, Mr. P Bruck
Best sofa pillow, Mrs. N. Bice, l6t.
Best piu cushion, tut lace, Mrs S C
But shirt waist, coll'Ui or linen, Mrs.
! i Flint, 1st.
.et tidy, Esther 'luflt, -ud.
Best collection el sol.t pillows, Lucv
Best petticoat, nut white, 'Mm. II. (.'.
Best lamp mat, Mra B Oaey, 1st.
Best tidy, Mre B Casey, 1st.
Best collection sofa pillows, Mi L
Best sofa pillow, Mifw 1, (ullette, 2nd.
Best tablo cover, Mri. A J Howard,
For Misses under 1 yearp.
I'LAKS 1. IIUCAII.
Loal potato ycael lre l, ivi.tu .lew
ett,2nd. Loaf hop rising bread, Vivian Jonett,
Soda biftcuilB, Vivian .lewott. Int.
Soda biscuit, Veil Barker, 2ud.
Loaf hop lieiug bread, Gertie Kast, 1st.
Loaf potato yeast bread, Gcrtio Kast,
cLAfca li Cakes.
Lsyer cake, Helen Willis, 2nd.
Layer cake, Veil Barker, let.
class iv, needlework.
Handkerchief, hemstitched, Hannah
The Chief Charm
or 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
"snan" and stvlc of our irarments
usual low price are giving
us astonishing busy days on this
Call and examine our entire
stock of Staple and Fancy Dry
1 Soft pillow, Hannah Wallenberg,
Specimen silk or linen embroidery,
Hannah Woilcnberg, cecond,
Fancy apron, Ma.-gie McClallen, first,
iie-half dozen embroidered doilies,
Lillian Stanton, first.
Pocket handkerchief, hemelitcbeti,
Lillian Manton, second.
j Sola pillow, (iertio Kast. eecun l.
! Center piece, embroider, tierlie Ka.t,
i IVst PiHcitiieii oiul lace, Jennie Ion-
I uou, ursi.
i Sieimeii l)Htleulcrg, Jennie lndon,
Secuueu iik or linen embroidery.
i Jeunw l-on Ion, first.
'Continued on page 3.
"Mrs. Sanders had
ten hemorrhages and
people here said she
would never be well
V .. Sander
W. Ve., write :
F.l . of Hrra Matog CcqdIt.
' ly wife hH hrnonlufre of
ine itmjr. Bt a a a
ten hemorrhage aat
people here Mid
he would aerer be
well again. Bat the be
am to take Dr. Tierce
1 .olden Medical Inor
enr, and he mm brxa.
tn Km Ktreartli aad
Srh. After takina- tea
bottles he wa entirely
well. If you think thn
will do too any aood to
publith. )ot nw It. and.
if anyone depute the
menu of thl almost
ther mif enclow a If
adftre.ed rnrelope with
Manip. and I will an
swer." When anything is
I I wrong wun me
t aCT'O'i ,nc,c 's no l'n
CjVj-f J 1,1 I lose. The ster
r I easy and
wrong; with the lung-
frr.m a "slight cold "'
to bronchitis ; front btonchitis to pneu
monia ; from pnnimonia to permanently
weakened lunp. and ftotu that to dread
The time to ciitc consumption is before it
gets a start. Take Dr. Ptetce's Golden
Medical Discovery on the first appearance
of couj:h or cold, and you will never have i
hemorrhage or a tubercle. The Discovery'
is the greatest health builder in the world
It first straightens out all digestive disor
ders, and aids the body in ridding itself of
poisonous effete matter. It tones ttp the
stotTMcli. invigorates the liver and in con
nection with lr. Pierce" Pellets keeps the
bonds op.-n and regular. LHin t let au nn
scrupulous medicine dealer lotst some
Rubstitu'.c when you want Dr. Pierce's
medicines Aeit your rights get what
you ask f :r, and be well. -
Pokiland, Set. i Eggs Oreson,
is cents per uoz.
Butter JUest dairy, 2i'..(25c; faucy
creamery, -tOVoOe iki roll.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, f'-50V 3.50
rruncs Italian silver, extra
choice, l'i''-i, per lb,
Wheat Walla Walla 5S ( oS'.c; Val
lovGO; blut8tcm til.
Oats White 4Jci 13v choice gray,
l-("4oc per bushel.
Millstull Brau, $15; middlings T'.".';
shorle, eld.oO; chop. fU.H) ter ton.
Hay Timothy $S $10 ; clover, i)fi S ;
Urecou wild hay, foi" 7 ier ton.
Wool Vallev, 10y.fl'Jc: Eastern Ore-
con. SilL'. Mohair, 20(";0.
Potatoes Oregon Burbauks, (75i'80
tiarnet Chiles, ai.5df 1. 75; new $1.00
(?1.'J5 I't'r sack.
Administrator's Sale of
In l lie roiinlv t'ourl f tlif Male oi Uivgou in
and lor DouuIhii C'oiiiiIt. In tlie malUr o(
Die t'slalu ol Karl tviuiiucVlwcascd.
.Notice 1 hcreliy given that pursuant to an
ord' r oi llio nbovc entitUil court made aud co
lei.'d in the rc ords oi said court ou the 51b day
of bi'i'tcnilK r, is'D. The uudemgucd ailminm
tralrix nnd iidministrulor will ou and after the
lull day of October, l.W, proceed to sell the
(ol!oiiiK deseiilnsl n al proi rty beloiiKing to
Mul clinic at pri ate sale, ou the premtca near
the low u of fanvouvilK', I'uuelas county, Ore
gon, lowit: lleuliiiiini; ala polut ."J.SI chaius
N 01 til, and 1U7,' chains went of llio iinartcr
wlloii )osl on t!i liuo bettvevu bco'Ioiis JO
and :'l in township U0, aoulh raue 5 nest, W.
M runuiiiK thence wesit 1.1 chHinii, tbeuce
south 4) chains, theuee wcat 15chalu, llicnce
south !m chnius, thence ent Su.10 chains, thenec
north '.'"i chains to ulaeo of bcKinnlni;. The
mine liciutt part of William ITrslon's donation
claim. No. 44 aud containing '."t acre's uiore or
It Hg, tor ruh in baud,
falcd this Kill day of September, A. D , 1S5S.
f;F.O. W. UARTKH,
n- At Marsters.
We have a Complete
stock of TEXT BOOKS
and the Finest Stock of
ever brought to this city.
Our Prices are Right. . . .
A. C. MARSTERS & GO.
STRONG'S fURNITURE STORE
Hcie is an odd bureau
with a 24 x 30 French bevel
mirror for $15.00. Have'oth
ers ranging in price from S.
up and all of them guarauteed
Just received a line of
Bamboo book cases, music
racks, Kasels foot stools, etc.
that aie pretty and cheap.
See our 95c solid oak diner
if you can beat it will make
you a present of it. Have
other hardwood cane scat
diners at S5 and 9octs.
-. inra' .
i OH STATE NORMAL
Will open its doors for the uew school year ou September
The buildings have been thoroughly reuoraled aud improved. New apparatus adtlcU and
other improvement made lor the comfort and convenience of the studcuts.
Ootid Boarding and Dormitory; Advantages at the lowest rxMc rate.
Uniform State Normal School Course,
Complete Training School in connection with the Normal, where Senior are nrolewioually
traiued under the supervision oi a Critic Teacher, w ho will give his entire time to this work.
Graduates ol this school are given a credit of Thirty Month's Teaching Experience, which
enables them to reach the Lite Diploma in the quickest aud most satisfactory manner.
Send your address tor complete catalogue to
JNO. B. WALKER, A. JV1.,
President of the Faculty.
Cass Street Market
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season,
Hay, Grain and Flour.
'Phone Main 181.
Triumph Prune Grader
For Green and dried Primes.
Compact, Practical, Accurate.
Send for circulars and testimonials to
Patentee and Manufacturer, Salem, Oregon.
AVanteJ: W men for lumber yanl.
skid road, logging and saw mill work
Wanes ft-50, $1.75 and $2.00 per day.
Steady employment. Apply to Tbe
Uootb-Kelly Lumber Co., Saginaw, Ore.
Irou beds to suit all comers
ranging in price from $4.25
Our line of Carpets and
Wall Paper can't be beat they
are fresh and new and up-to-date
We sell new goods, not old
goods for new and guarantee
them as we represent them.
Remember our motto
"Honest values and good
...B. W. STRONG.
Bicycle Tires Repaired.
We are gcltiug a Que vukanuer and
sill soon be prepared to mend all cuts
aud gaBhea in netv and old tires. Our
vutcauiiiing will be fully guaranteed and
we ran put your old tiies in good shape.
T. K. RicriARnsos,
All kinds of Pica, Cakes,
Notice For Publication.
KM:burg, Oregon, July 36, 109.
Notice la lien-by Kireo that in compliance"
Hitbtbe ),roYiiom of the act ol Coogrenof
June 3. Un, eotiUed "An act for tbe sale of
timber lands in the Stales oi California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory:"
JOHN B. HALE,
of Grants Pass, county of Joaephioc, stale of
Oregon, has this day filed in thia ofliee bl
twoih statement No. 91, for tbe purchase of the
SK of section No. 1 in township No. 32 H,
rau'-e No. X W, and will offer proof to show thai
tbe laud sought la more raluable for ita tlnt.er
or stone than lor aTncuitural porpoaea, and to
establish but claim to said land before tbe Reg
ister and Keceirer of tbia office at Roseburg,
Oregon, on Friday, tbe JQth day of October,
He names a wilnessea: William S. Sipper,
Richard Miller, W illiam Hammond and L. C.
Brews, all of Granta Pass, Oregon.
Any and all persona cfaimiug adverwlr the
alove-ilcsrrib,-d lands are reo nested to rila'tbeir
claims in this oBiee on or before said 20th day
ol October, Vf).
i. T. BKIDGE3,
Notice for Publication.
I'Mtao STtTe L45D OrricR,
R.jaeror, Oregon, (September 9. ls.
Notice ia hereby given that tbe following
maae final proof in soptxvt of his
that sajd proof will be made tirUm ta
and keceirer, C. h. La.o.1 Office at kuseoarz.
Oregon, ou October 57, ljt, xU:
On his H. E. No. kT'.T, for the lots A 6. sec 7,
lot L eee 16. Tp. IS, 8. R. i. West He names the
following ;ituesises to prove his continuous
residence uyon and cultivation of, said land
A. a. Smith, N. II. Rone, Z. Pelland, Herbert
UuDt. all oi Oakland, Oregon.
J. T. BRIDGES,
Notice For Publication.
fTBUC LAND SALE.
t"5ITM BTaTCS Lxsd Omo
TVJOTICE U HZRXBT GIVES THAT IX
x' pursuance of instrnctiona from Ibe Corn
mlasionerof the General Land Ofiee, nnder au
thority rested in him be aectiosi 24.Vi I; s n-
BtaU, aa amended by the act of Cosgreaa asv
proTrd February A 1X. ! will prweed
to efler at public sale oa the lJLh day
of August, 11W, at thia office, ttw fOtlowlnar
iraui 01 tana u-wii: uoi , BcC 11 1. (3L YL. 4
AnT and all nersona elalmina- ulnnrW ilu.
aboTe-descritietf landa are requested to tie their
claims la this ofhee on or before tbe day above
dt-sinated ior the commencement of said sale,
o:hcmie their rights will be furfeited.
jmy iv, it .:
J. B. BOOTU. Becistex.
County Treasure'! Notice.
Notice ia hereby given to all pstrtiea
LoiJiog Doaglaa coonty warraota in
dorsed prior to and including Marcb 4,
lSvto preeent Uie urao at Ibe treasarer'a
office at tbe Doug! Coanty buk for
payment, as interest will cease t hereon
alter tbe dale ol this notice,
DaUd tbia tbe ?7Ui day of- Jnly,
ln, at tbe City of Koeebrirr, Oret-oa.
UkXJ. V. DlJIVICK,
CounU Treasurer, Dooglas Coanty, Or.
The Home Bakery
701 Oak Street, Opposite
Fresh Baked Bread Every Day
"Boston Baked Beans,"
MRS. B. C0MST0CK,
J-.M? tail sea.
Kceburj, Oregon, Auju. 23, IWJ,
To whom it may concern:
Notice ia hereby given that tbe Orcgoa i. Cali
fornia Railroad Company has filed ia thia oSks)
a l.i-l of land sitnated ia the Urmhit d
senbed below, and baa applied for a patent lor
said lands; that the list is open to the public for
inspection and a copy thereof by deseriptiT
subdivisions, baa been pasted in a convenient
place in this ofhee for the inspection of all per
sons Interested and lb. public jenexallr:
south of base lins aud West of the Willam
Part of W t Sx tL
H gV'I. See. U.
Tp. J9, a. 7.
w'-iSB';, Sec. S3.
Hi dun the next siity days folloniug the date
of thia notice. iroteta or cuntnii ar.fM.t ik.
claim of the Company to any tract or subdivis
ion with La any section or part of section, de
scribed In the list, on the (round that lb. same
is more valuable for mineral than for affrfcnh
aral purposes, will be received and noted for re
port to the General Land Office at Washinctoa,
J. H. BOOTH.
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
A of Ure(xn, for the Count v ol Douglas.
Emma SI. Carlisle, Flainuft.i
Dotvc B. Carlisle, DcicndanO
To Dotvc B. t. arliale, above named dekudau t :
In the name of the Slate of Oregon, you are
hereby summoned and reouired to appear and
answer tin- complaint filed against you ia the
above-eutiiled court and cause within six
necks from the date of tirt publication of
this guininons, and if yon fail to so appear and
answer as herein required for want thereof
Slaintiff will apply to said court for the relief
eiuanded in bet complaint.
The relief deinaudcu is a decree dissolving the
niarnase contract existing between plain US
aud defendant, that plaintiff mar resume her
former name, tmma M. Tabicr aid (or lull re
lief. . .
This summons is published once a week for
six successive weeks by order of Honorable J.
W. Hauultou. judge of the above-entitled court,
n'ade August liib, IS"?, and published tho hist
time iiituat 17, &..
iated August 17, 1S9.
J. A. BUCHAS.VS.
alTt attorney for flamUS".
Notice for Publication.
U:iitkdstts Iajsd ornui
Roseburg, Oregon, July 26, 1SW.
N'oticu ia hereby eiveti that in ramnllanea
mill the provisions of tho act of CnniiM nt
June Siil. IJ-7S. entitled "An act lor ih l.-kr,f
j timber lauds in the states of California, t-'ro-
Kou, -icvaua aim vtasnington Territory. ,
WiLLlAM R Ml'I'RK.
Ol (j rants rasa, County of Josephine. State of
Oresou has this dav tiled in this office nis sworn
statement No. 6SW for the purchase oi the N. .
li of Section So. 1C, lu Township So. Kf
Kaui,-o No. 3 W. aud will oflt-r proof to show
that tho land sought ia nioftahiablc for its tim
ber or stouo than lor mrlou.tul'nV fcasnioses, and '
to establish hit claim t kauvl lead beforu the
RcEislcr aud Receiver of this otnee at Roacbura
jOregou, ou 1'riday, the i'lh day of October
He names as witnesses: John R. Halo, Rich
ard Miller, William Hammond, I C. Brown
all of Grants l ass, Oregon. Any aud all per.
sous claiming adversely the above-described
lands are requested to hie their claims la this
ofliee on or before said iuh dav of October, ISO.
J. T. BRIDGES,
Hadyan is now sold at 50 cents per
parkagfl by all drngsiats. (iet Hndyan