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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1899)
A Qittln' Back at Me.
0 - and lias been
fjP s yT' - sonal super-vie
Wi&Z'UoWt Allow no onot
The Kind Yoa Have Always Bought, nud Avhich has been
lu use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
, and lias been made under his per-
i ifciou mice its infancy.
i to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes arc but Ex-IH-rinients
that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience, against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Casoria 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 the Food, regulates the
Stomach aud Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The following poem was very credita
bly recited at the receut receptiou tend
ered Cj. B, by ibe G. A. H., aud the la
dies of Abraham Lincoln circle of this
I fit through ull the blwdy war between
the North aud South,
An' sence that time I've dime a heap o'
talking with my mouth,
A telliii of the camp an field, the
marches an' the fuu
Us Yankee cusses used to have beneath
the tsotilhein aim.
An' w hen my Sam was old enough to
How treat a ibati that war had made
about his dadoy's size.
I've tilled him up with soldier yarns, an
now you'd ori to see
That cnicgem rated scamp a gitti'n back
knee an tell
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
tmc ecmsuii commnt. t mvmmmw trNtrr. ncwtom cm.
Southern Qrecqh State nmki School
fe; , its .
This School is now under State Control,
the Largest aud Most Progressive School of Southern
hia'.tlilul luialiuu. (K-liisblful
New buildings, new apira:a aud fixtures, fine cam put
cUwatv, excellent inliuenr-cs for student..
Count of study the tame a: oilier normals of the stale.
Bvat advantages, iu Vocal and Instrumental music to he found iu Southern On.on.
Training school fully cquiied and in charge of a thorough critic teacher.
Tuiiicn tiJ5 per term: tannic 13 and f 10 per term: board at hall tl.'i, and lodgiuf &c prr
wees, students furnishing bed clothing: family board li.50 and $3.00.
$125 pays all expenses for one year's schooling:, including books.
The shortest aud nvt thorough route to a state certificate, is the normal coup-c Uevk w
classes for teachers throughout the rear.
First terras open September U. lot catalogue or Information, address
; W. T. VAN SC0Y, President.
1 used to tike hi in on my
him of the ilays
AY hen joder eoiokt'd blltheair.au
battle tlrcbM blaze;
About the Imr.lsliipa we viiduit-d in that
eoul tnio Fchool,
When I was f'lll o( lo) al grit, au' tough
er thau a mule.
Au' as he ket a growiu' to be a strap-
My varus seemed diilliu every day
still further from the troth.
But now I've got to set arouod, as hum
ble as kiu be,
While that dog-goaed onlecliug' scamp
is gitlin' luck at me!
He skliered in the Philippines, got back
the other day,
Au' packs a Mauser bullet somewhere in
him stowed away.
An' when he winds his talker up au
starts it fur a run,
I sometimes reel v bluBh fur shame to
think lie is my ton !
lbe yarns he tells are most enough to
rise ol' Satan's hair.
'An though he tells 'em with a frauk an'
scemin' truthful air,
M ryes ain't yit so .dimmed wi;h age
but I kiu plainly see
My chickens comiu' home to roost : he's
gitlin' back at ore!
1 says U him the other day, ' Now,
Sam," ears I, "look here ;
I a'lus tried to train yon up to
Au tried by my example for to lead you
right in yoitb,
An' now ol'. Annanias couMu't beat yon
koilin' truth :"
Ilia eves begun to twiukle. an' he
fetched a scornful laugh,
An' said be drawed it very mi d, be Lad
n't tcld the half.
An' then afore I knoweJ it I was lislenin
In yit a more outlandish way was gittin'
back at me.
I never have another word to say about
Don t never even nint about my sarvice
But sit around the house as meek
quiet as a clam,
Fur soldier greatness sich as mine don't
cut no ice with Sam
There ain't no satisfaction talkin' of the
l s ol back number fellers strode in
them excitin' days
When sich a hero kid as thia so domed
Turns loose a flood o' fairy tales a gitlin'
back at ine!
Ohaa. Beckley of Elkton, was
cattle ou the riysr last week.
Mrs. Kicker of Gardiner, was the
guest of Mrs. Sherett Saturday and (Sun
day. Allie Perkins of the 1'eikins Hotel, is
looking after business affairs on the liv
er this week.
Mr. .!. E. Murpby and daughter, Miss
Mapgie, were visiting friends at Sulphur
Springs Saturday and Suuday.
Mrs tioo. Zippi and little daughter,
Marie, nud Miss Morris, were the guests
of Mr. aud Mrs. Chas. Henderson Sunday.
Mr. McClay, who has made his h uie
with his sou, 11. b McClay, for the past
few mouths, leaves Monday for Loue
Lake where he will viit friends and
Evelyn lUrgraves, who has been vis-
itinu friends on Smith liver, went to
Otter Slough where she will visit her
aunt bt-loie retiin.ini 10 her iiome at
The social dance given tU Mr. Sheritl's
last Saturday was a decided success.
There was but a small crowd hut all
prevent expressed themselves aa haviug
spent a very enjoyable evening.
The steamer Uiupqua is now one of
the best boats on the river, having been
remodeled and new machinery added
She has taken the place of the Ralph on
Smith river. The latter will now carry
the milk between Sccllaburg and liard
Mr. Langhorne, w ho has becu in the
employment of the (.. M. Co. for some
timo as engiueor ou the Doukey, has re
signed ins uoaiiion ana is uuw engineer
on the steamer Ralph. Mr. J.anghorne
is a skillful engineer and Mr. Reed is
verr lucky in securing bis services
Is a chronic dliraie. There it aa inflamma
tion of the lnnr coaling of th itemaeh. A
thick, ropy mucus farms
and tbtacauiei ths mors
pronounced lyraptomt. It
remains la the stomach
and decompoaei. Then,
of count, digestion can
not bs properly perform
ed. Ths great vegetable
remedy HVDYA.H Btvsr
fails to effect a cure.
HVDYAN eaa bs had of
all druggists lor Wc. per
package. Slndy J""
jmptonm-ereiulljfrom thia chart. Kach num
ber repreienta a lymptom or a group or tymp
toms. You have the aymptomi. Tea Ht'D
TAN and they will dtiappeax.
THE SYMPTOMS ARE:
C WYLIE PILKINGTON,
'eucoeator to G. W. NOAH,)
npnAfn 1 Rlai-'Lrct'rnJ'f din
rROTTINa AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY,
KEl'AJRLKCJ OF AU KI.VDS PKOMFTLY VOSK.
bop on Corner Washington and Kane Stat., Boscbarg.
Snlscfite l win
National Encampment O. A. K. '
On the S. P. R. R.
Douglas County, Oregon
ly open for recep
tion of guests.
Water cures Rheu
Kidney and Skin
(NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
To The Unfortunate.
This oid reliable aud
the tnokl mccoMlul
bpecialiot io r-ti Frau-
. j im w. .kiu i"u liiii i;. mi
Ag cure ail Sexual aud
-. Seminal Diacaac tuck
an Oonnarrhcea, Oleet
-;k Stricture, Sych Ilia Id
V'S.I1 .t. (rma Slkin Hi.
V Jfaeaaea, Nervaua Debil- 1
fi' y. Impotcocy. Seaai-
nal Wemkncsa and Laa j
i:Zat riaateood. the conne- :
quence ol tell afouae and czecaaea producing the !
".tnwlnir tviiiptome: aallow counicnauce, daik :
inU under the cyea, pain in the hcal. rincing
inr can, toag 01 couuicuce, aimuciiw m
UxiTEb Stated LiXd Office,
Kwebure, Oregon, J unvdJ.
otiue i henby given that iu compliance
with the provisions of the ai t of Ongresaof
June 3, 1st, entitled "Au act for the sale of
umber Iaiifja in the States ol California, Orv
Sou, Nevada and Washington Territory,
FRANK M. HOPKINS,
of CanyonvKle, County of Dougla. Sta'e of Urc-
con, caa mil any tueJ in this omctt tils anorr.
ouiusuieui io. om. ior me purenae 01 me uot ,
ol Section No. ;H. in Township No i,
S. Eajit-e No. 5 W., and will ofl'er proof Un 1 w
that the land sought in more valuable ior it
iimtM-rorKtone tlmu for agricultural iuniH'
aud to tftabli-h his elaiin to ald laud before
the Ke;ri!!ter aud Receiver of this orlii e at Kose
bttrg, Oregon, ou Saturduy, the Mlh day of
He names as witnesses: Wi'.liam KrigK, Jr ,
i.'iw n vougier, 1 nomas iison, o. ructcll,
ti Canyonviile, Ore.
Any and all persous claimiug adversely the
above-described IhuJs are reumated to tile their
ciaims in thia ouice on or belurc said a. Hi Uay
of August, 1.'J.
J. T. IlRlIXJKS,
Ho, for Boswcll Springs!
CouimenciDi May 10, aod uutil
September 30, special tickets to
Dosweil SpriDs aod return to this city
will Ie sold ax follows : ;:0-dav tickets.
$l.i5. Ticket poing ;itiirday nd re
tnrniDc the follow io( Monday, 1.4U.
Special rates are also given from I'ort
land and intermediate points.
w oaehlng alrangert), palpitation oi the heart,
euneaa 01 uic liuua auu uaca, loss 01 memory
uiODU.i ou praciioea id nan rmn-i-co
unplraon the face, eougha.
DK. GIBBON baa nractioe
vr thirty year-an J thoso troubled should not i
a(l to conaull him and receive the benefit of '
Ala crcat skill and experience. Ihc do; tore urea : f , t -
wheu others fail. Try him. Curca guaranteep. I UlQCStS Vn2at VOU Ct.
rrVMina i'i 1 rfri ml homo ( ' t rr. r,.flw11a ht J J
eio - ,BB0: 625 Ken'yt-Burr": Nature in etrenWning and recon-
1 Btructing the "xhaustcd digestive or-
ant and tonic. So oi her preparation
AfiEMs u anted Foii "Tilt Lif t and can approitcu 11 in emciency. it in
acoiv cioeuth or Auwira.1 uvwey,
Wratet naal hero.
1 . i.. 1 l A .,Jt
ldoi. Biggest and bet book: over lAges, j 1 latulencc, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
sxioinchc;ueariy iw page halftone iiiuura-1 SlckHeadaclie.GatiAliiia.CrarnDs.and
tloua. O11lytl.aU. Ktiurmoug demand. Big ii nty,AP reciiltsf ,f i mnTrfo atZtT
coaimiwious. outiit fr.-e. chauci of a " otner resuusor lmrH-rfect diirestion.
ajnTjT y riw quick. The Dominion Company, Prepared by E. C DeWltr, A Co.. Cljlcogo.
ior pale hy A. C, Marflters A Co.
Ttie National Erjcanipmebt of tbe G
A. K. and aaxiliary organisations at
Philadelphia Las becu brought lo a close
and tbe IjIIow iue is an oat line of tbe
At the National encampment of tbe
Grand Army of tbe Republic, Judge
Kouesier, .St. Louie, withdrew aa com
mander-in-cbief and Col. Albert D.
Shaw, of Waiertown, New York, was
elected by acclamation.
Irvine Bobiue, Iodianauolis, was elect
ed senior vice commander; II. M. Minto,
Louisville, junior vice commander; Wil
liam II. I'.aker, Lynn, Mass., surgeon
The report of Thomas J. Stewart, adjutant-general,
shows tbat tbe total
membership of tbe Grand Army of tbe
Republic in good standing June 1"0, lSi'S,
was 7213 posts, with a membership of
303,603; on December 31, ISM, 717S
poete, with a membership of 298,743;
and on June 3J, 1S99, (ilHio poets with a
membership of 2S,952.
Expanded in relief durttig tbe year
fl00,955 04. Tbe year 1S90 was tbe
high-water mark in membership (409'
498) ; every year since then has shown a
One year ago be reported a decrease of
$316 33 io per capita tax as compared
with tbe previois year. This year there
is a decrease iu the tale of supplies over
tbe year ending June 30, 1898, is $2242.
22. Tbe adjutant-general includes in bis
report a comparative sales of receipts
and expenditures from lS'JO to 1S99 in
clusive, showing a gradual decrease in
both these items.
The report of the quartermaster-gener
al, Frederick W. Spink, of Chicago,
shows the founds on band October 7.
189J, amounted to $9300 43.
Receipts since then have been $17,018
20 making a total of $20,300 08. Expendi
tures have amounted to $14,030 23
leaving a balauce of $11,072 43.
The next annual encampment will be
held at Chicago.
Not Enough Pensions.
Edward l'.tliHJii of Calapouia, was iu
The condition 1 f Hon. Geo. T. Rut-sell
til Huberts of llrain, was in town a
few days last wevk.
Jl. I . l enningtiiD, of Portland, spent
Sunday in Uakland.
Newton Marcy r turned lo Oakland
last AVedutrf Jar, afitr a few weeks ab
G. D. Tilloteon of tha section force at
RoeeburR, visited bis family at ibis place
flop picking is in progress at tbe Oak
land yards, and will probably last for at
least a week.
Mr. and Mrs. 'A. L. Dimmick and
daogbUr, Vivian, ictorned foom Ash'
land, last Tuesday.
Miss Maude Beckley left Tuesday
morning for Portland, where tbe is em
ployed by Olds A King.
J. E. Farmer aod family, and Mr
and Mrs. C. L. Cbenoweth returned
Wednesday from their vacation spent at
Wasps Started a Balky Horse.
An amusing story is related of Ben
West, a well-known East Side merchant
who was receut ly over in Tillamook on
lie was driving up a long bill with bis
wagon. When about half-way up tbe
horses came to a stop, and would not
pun a pound. .o amount ol uigiog
would induce them to move. Mr. West
sat down by tbe roadside to take in the
sitnstion calmly, as bis conscientious
scruples prevented his relieving bis feel
ings by swearing.
lie bad occupied Ibe log but a few
minutes when a rerlee of peculiar eensa
tions crept over him and cuased him to
move rapidly. He found tbat be had
disturbed tbe domicile of yellow jacket
and tbey had quietly and cflectively die
tributed themselves under hie clothes
before be was aware of tbe proximity of
tbe nest. Then they lound tbat he was
vulnerable, and commenced jabbing bim
with pointed arguments tbat he could
He vacated tbe place and tbe wasps
attacked tbe horses, and that started
them and up the bill tbey weni without
lurtber etiort. nr. west also went np
the hilt as fast as he could, and on teach
ing tbe top took account of himself, and
found tbat be bad been punctured 25
times, but, as be said, be had tbe 1 a tie-
faction of seeing tbe horses aove up the
1. BILIOUS HEADACHE.
more pronounced in ina morning
YAN will rellsrc I ha headache.
3 3. RED AND WATEBT XYXS.
HUDYAN will cause tha rdn to diaap
appear and make tha eyta aaauma their nor.
nal, healthy appearance.
. COATED TONGUE AND FOE
TID BREATH AND BAD TABTB
IN THE MOUTH. HUDYAN will clear
tha tongue, make tha breath par and sweat
and cause the bad laste to disappear.
5. FAIN AND TENDERNESS IN
THE STOMACH. Thia la dua to Indiges
tion. HVDYAN will cause tha food to ea-
come perfectly digested end the pain and
It udernesa will disappear.
6. ENLARGEMENT OF THE
LIVER. HUDYAN wilt lessen theeongea
tion and redr.ee the enlarged liver loin nor
niDYAN' will relifv you of the a bore
tymptoma and make you well. Do not delay.
fin to ur druxxiat at om e aad procure a
package of HIDVAX for or S for t:..
If yourdruggiat dora not Keep it, aena oireci
lo the IHDYAS REMEDY COMPANY.
?an Franriwo. Cal., and they will lend it to
tou. You ran rontull the great Hl'DYAM
DOCTORS KRBE. TV not forgt thiit.
rail and tee them if you wixh. You may
call and ce them, or write, aa yoa rtealre.
HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY,
Car. Stacktea, Market aad Cilia Sta-,
tea f raacieae, Cal
wLvl ' We carry a A We receive '''v&V.L. f-tJyxT
r ew to 'T
(T We own and occupy the talleat mercantile building in the world. We have
, over a.ooo.ooo cuatomere. Sixteen hundred clerka are conatantly Inl
lt)l engaged filling out-of-town ordera. IClP
Jpj) OUR GENERAL CATALOGUE i the book of the people it quotea IfcnJk
Lp jj I Wholeaale Prices to Everybody, han over 1 .000 pagea, 16,000 illuatratiooa, and iJ'F I
I ifi I 60,000 deacriptiona of article with prices, ft coats 71 centa to print and mail I
jj each copy. We want you to have one. SEND FIFTEEN CENTS to ahow fTJfl I
VW your good faith, and we'll aend you a copy FREE, with all chargea prepaid. I ..J, V
But Ave will save you 50c
01 more on ever 100 rods of
BARB WIRE FENCE.
Sec the M. M. S. Poultry fence, Strongest and Best
at a less price than Common Poultry Netting.
Colorado and all
Givea choice ol to favorite routes via the
. CMOS' i-ACIFIC Fast MaU Uuc. or the
KIO ti BAN DE Sceulc Uue.
Look at Uic Uuic
ijj days to Salt Lake
2 s days to Denver
3ji days to Chicago
43 days to New York
Free KccltnlUK Cbalr cars, Vp
tiol.tcrcd Toarlat Blccplnc
Cam, Pullman Palace Blccp-
iag Car operated on all
For further iniuraiaMri apply to
J. F. OIVANS, Aft., Kcwbnrg.
C. O. Terry, YV. E. Coman,
Trar. rata. Act. Gen. AgU
121 Third St., Fortiaud. Or.
Farms for Sale.
A number of. email farms for tale,
adapted to fruit growing. Good apple
aad prune occbards a toaie of Uiem.
For fartbe. oarticalars inquire of,
U. W. AUKBSO!,
Tbe work of corn uoknown amateur
Nobody A promiovnt woman's bus-
Gossip A deadly gai tbat is often fa
tal to friendship.
Undertaker A man wbo follows tbe
Tbunder Ibe only reliable weatber
Iiauimock An article used as a apoon
bolder at a love feast.
Matrimony A sort of trust for tbe
pn' dion of infant industries.
M image The fatal termination of
the disease called love.
I Wedding Tbe link tbat counecti
thoughts of love witb thoughts of war.
Hope Tbe autiring ellort of ao old
maid to d1 scorer a man under tbe bed.
Digamist A foolisb man wbo thinks
be can manage more tban ons woman at
tirai ie-ey," the rid'a . stantly relieves and permanently enres
aMtro": ! Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Ulw Vohk, t?ept. 12. Albert D. Sbaw,
tbe new commander-ia-chief of tbe G.
A. It., said last nieht:
"A great deal of my time will bo given
to peueion legislation. Tbe old soldier
is entitled to lasting consideration.
What if tbe peneiun roll is large, tbe
Union euldiers saved this nation. Their
reward should be commensurate with
tbeir services. If the burden should
prove too heavy, I am iu favor of a pa
triotic pension bond issue, so tbat only
ibe interest would have to be met from
year to year. Let posterity meet tbe
bonds wheu tbey mature. Wby not?
Tbe country was saved to posterity. It
is only proper that a part of the burden
ebould fall on posterity."
An exchange sa)B: "A practical wo
man of this town remarked tbe other
day tbat she read advertisements in a
newspaper more closely tban anything
else. 'And long ago.' she said, 1 quit
buying of those who did not advertise.
It seems lo me that tbe merchant who
advertires invites me to trade witb him,
while tbe one who does not advertise
impresses me with the idea that he
doesn't care enough for my trade to aik
for it. Then, too, I km w that tbe mer
chant wbo advertises has fresh goods for
the reason that be sells more."
The city of liufur, Wasca county, has
passed an ordinance prohibiting the run
riitiK of public billiard and pool tables,
and howling alley.
Carpenters are receiving $3 a day for
their services iu Antelope, says tbe Her
ald, and every man who can handle a
saw and hanmer has his bands full of
work. The building boom seems (0 have
mrnrk the town.
Safe and Profitable Investment.
A branch otlice of tbe Equitable Sav
ings & Ixjan Association of Portland,
Oregon, baa been organized at Koseburg
and stock in the association can be ob
tained of tbe local agent. Investments
in this association are safe and far better
tban county warrants and bonds for
prom. Anv on) desiring to lav by a
small sain of money each month and
have his savings share tbe pro tits of tbe
association can find no better depository
than in the equitable. Definite time
loans made at 7 per cent per annum on
improved property, or where persons
are deetrious of building. Call on or ad
dress Jom.n II. Shite,
Reference!: Ladd & Tiltons Bank
Portland, Oregon ; Tbe First National
Bank, Uoseburg, Oregon.
Administrator's Sale of
Iu Ibe t'ouutr l otirt of the State of Oncou 111
and for Uouu-lan County. Iu this matter of
tbe ct!ala of Karl Kiuiincl.divcased.
Notice it hereby Riven tbat pursuant to au
order of tho almvo entitled eourt mado and en
tered In Ihe records of aid eourt ou the 5 lb day
of (September, If-I. The uudenigued adminis
tratrix and administrator will ou and after the
14th day of October, law, proceed to sell the
to low ins described real property belonging to
aid estate at priv ate ale, on tbe premises near
the town of Canyouvilic, Douglas county, Ure-
5ou.tuwit: BeKluuitig at a point 2.31 chaius
orth, aud 3.7i chains west of tho (inarter
acetiou post ou the line between accMons -il
aud 21 in township 30. south ruuee 5 west, V.
M., running thence west 1-.10 chains, thence
south W chains, theuco wcat 15 chains, Ihcuec
south V chains, Ihcuce eaet oO.lt) chains, thence
north V." chains to place ol besmuing. The
same. K'inir part of William 1'p'flou s donation
claim. No. Al and containing '."Jd acres more or
leis, lor cash iu band.
Dated tills uth day of September. A.D .lsjJ.
OEO. W. CARTKR,
Notice for Publication.
United stats Land Ot rn k,
Kocbun;i Oregon, September 13, 1W.
Notice is hereby siveu that the followius-
naiiicd HClUer has tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof in siiDPort of his claim, aud
that raid proof will be made before the Register
aud Receiver, I", s. Laud Ollice, at Kocburt,
Oregon, ou Oct- 20, 18W, U:
OU his II. E. No. 8410, for tha SK'
Section 1, Townslilp 'JO 6.. R. 9 West, lie
uames the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous rosl'l'-rice uiou and cultivation of said
laud, viz: William Moore. William Murrav. A.
Coon, Byron Carry ail ol Camas Valley, Oregon.
Aiken's and Thornton's Uo ti
have arrived and can be found at the
Sheridan place, south of town, and are
ready for delivery to parties until Au-
Churchill & Woolley's.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AJD IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN.
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 BTJTOK,
aaarg, UouAlaaiai Vawasaaana js'a, O aa Btaa
Noah & Linfars,
General Blacksmiths and Wagon Hake rs.
Repair Work and Horseshoeing a Specialty.
Shop on Jackwu :t. near Uccr Cr
fifty-eight Years Old
1 1 !
a looglile, bot devotion to tbe
troe interests and prosperity of the Amer
ican Teople has won lot it new friends as
the years rolled by and the original mem
bers of its family passed to their reward,
and these admirers are toys! and stead
fast today, witb faith in its teachings,
mod confidence in the information which
it brings to tbeir homes an-l firesides.
As a nstoral coneeqnencn it enjoys in
its old sue all tbe vitality and vigor of
its youth, strengthened and ripened by
the experiences "f over ha!f a century.
it has lived on its merits, and ob the
cordial support of' progressiva Ameri
cans. It is "The New-York Weekly Tri
bune." acknowledged tbe country over aa
tbe leading National Family Newspaper.
Kectgtiiziog its value lu tbote who desire all '.Le news of tbe State and Nation
the onblither cl Tiik 1'laimjialih. ( ytur own favorite home paper) has entered in
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O. R. ft Ha CO,,
Railroad Time Table.
Nortbboaml Boaaborz local, No. 17
departs 7 0 a. m.
rxntbboani Boeebur local. No. IS,
arrives 5 :20 p. m.
NoetL bound overland, Ti. 5, ar
rives 10 :35 a. m. : departs 10:15 a. m.
SoaUibound overland. No. 6, arrivsa
4:15a. m.; departs 45 a.m.
Northbound fast tbrooi treigbt, No
221, arrive 4:10 p. m.; departs 5:20 p.
riouihboand Ust throagb frsight. No
222, arrives 7:00 a. m.; depuU 8:00 a
North boond mixed train No. 222 arrivsa
at 2-55 p. m., Sundava, Wetloeadava aod
Fridays, departs 9:00 a. m Mondays
Thursdays aod Saturdays.
Sooth bo aad mixed train No. 226 ar
rives at 3 :00 p.m., on Sondavs, lion,
davsaad Fridays, departs 7:15 s. m.
Mondays, Thursdays and Satardays.
Caited Sutca Land OBjce.
Buukm, Orbcpc 1, last.
To whom it may concern :
Notice is hereby riven that t he Oretm aa4
California Kai!nJ Co. tax filed in thia oStt a
Uat of laada situated in tbe township Uaacrlbrri
baluw, and haa a(fUed ior a patent Sur aatd
huda: that the list la open to the public for in
apection and a aupy thereof by deacriptiTe aab
diTiaiona, haa been posted In a oosTeniaat
piaoe in thia office, for the i a paction tie all
peraona iatereated and to tbe pnbiic rmeraDy:
bouthof b: line aod vcst of vtiUaaKtta
T JS, B S
SW!,iofXEi4,Bcc2r. 13, Ri.
Lot a. See Si.
N"iSE' aud aW'SE! atl.
Swi; swi; ecc Si.
t . a i.
HE'. See 2.
I A EST
siSEi bec 7.
Within the next sixty dav tullowist the dale
of thin aoUer, protests or conteata agmina tbe
claim of the cumpany to any tract or aabdiria
kn within any section or part of eeetloa. de
sen bed in t he Uat, on the ground that tbe amine
im more valuable for mineral than for aancnl
tural purpose, a ill be received and noted tor
report to the feeactai Land Office at Washing
J. T. BRIDGES,
J. H. BuuTH,
V 51 TED 6TATB LaSB Om,
RoKburg. Oreeon, July 15, 199.
Toahom it may concern: Sotkc is hereby
pica that the Onron and California tail road
company haa hied in this uflice a list af
lands aituatad in the towndupa described bo
low, and haa applied for patenu for amid tanda;
that the list is upeu w the publio for in
sprctivn, and a copy thereof by Oetcriptivo
,ab-division haa been posted ina convenient
place in tnis office, for the inspection of ail
peiwns interealad and the public re ne rally.
ijoaih ol baw line and west of Wilauaeu
mendan, Tp S. K 4 N W ' of SE See 7.
w ithm the next sixty da ye following Ibe data
of this notire, protests or contents aeainat the
f'.aam ol tbe cumpany to any tract ur aukv
division within any section or part of aectooa
described in the lit, on the grounda that the
same is more valuable for mineral than ior
agricultural, purposes, will be received and
noted for rvport to the General Land Oflkc at
WashiUKtou, D.V. 0)tlO
J. U. BOOTH. J. T. BRIDGES
Notice For Publication.
USmD STATES LAND OFFICE
Bohkbv m, OU. August 3U, 1S9!K
Notice ia hereby given that the (blowing,
named settler has filed notice of hia Intention
to mak e final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Regis
ter ana Bcceiver, United states Land Ofhce at
Roeeburg, Ore., on October 7. IS', vix:
FETE R & CHALiru.NK
OuH. E.,So. fns for theS'-SE'Sec. It, T.
.5, K., 4 W. U names the following
witncsM-a to prove hia continuous residence) -upon
and cultivation of said land, vii: oeerge
Davis ami Thomas Hart, of Wilbur Oregon, and
Kavid McKay and I. Fclaugh, of OaAlaad.
aol J. T. BRIDGES.
Is the same ol the only perfect train
n the world, now running every night
between St. rani and Chicago, via tha
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
the pioneer road oi the west in adopt
ing all improved facilities for the safety
and enjoyment of passengers. An illus
trated pamphlet, showing views of beau
tiful scenery along the route of ths Pio
neer Limited, will be sent free to any
person upon receipt of two-cent postage
stamp. Address Geo. H. Heafiord, Ga
Geral Passenger Agent. Chicago, 111.
VALUABLE PLACER MINES TO SELL
OS MISS I'AVINOOVKB f 1.500, fcllOKr nss
wrrii SMALL 1,1 AST.
Are paying good money at present,
but a little more capital needed to prop
erly work the mines. Easy of access,
will sell all or an interest in tbe same,
For particulars see me at Roseburg, or
address P.O. Box 21 Koeebunz, Ore.
Mrs. J. U. Sbupe ia local representa
tive for the popular Viavi .remedies.
Any one desiring any of these remedies
will please call on her at her home or ad
dress her at Rowhnrg, Oregon.