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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1899)
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ling the S lomadis anlBowcis of
ncss at. rtot.Contains neither
Opium.Morphine nor Wincral.
jaryr mfOiJ n-ZVO-TLPITCBIJl
uon: Sour Stontach.Diarrhoca.
Worms .Comnlsions Tevcn sh
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
lac Simile Signature of
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ItXACTCOPTOF WRAPPEB. j Ijf tJillfrl
a-;. ,- tmc rnTL-i commnt, rw o mtt.
Southern Qrecdh State Formal School
a- . av xr.
This School is now
Is the Largest and Most Progressive School of Southern
Sew buildings, new apparatus and fixtures, line cai
climate, excellent infiuenres for student.
Course of study the same as other normals of Ibe state.
Best advantages. In Vocal and Instrumental music to he found iu Southern Onsun.
Training school fully equipped and in charge of a thorough critic teacher.
Tniticn $G.i-5 per Urm:mnsicf5 and lu per
week, ctodents furnishing bed clothing: family board i-5) and $3 CO.
$125 pays all expenses for one year's schooling, including books
The shortest and mt thorough route t a Male certificate, is the norma! court Itevic
elajw for teachers throughout the year.
First terms open Scj'tcmt-er 1L For cataloctic or information, address
W. T. VAN SCOY, President
' . "Buccaasor to O. W. KOAU.J
TROTTINa AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY.
REPAIRING OP ALL KI5D8 PK01IPTLY DOSE,
tfbop on Corner Washlogion and Kane 8t., Roieburif.
P 1 1
T ti n i h t 1 t
On the 5. P. R. R.
Douglas County, Oregon
ly open for recep
tion of guests.
Water cures Rheu
Kidney and Skin
To The Unfortunate.
This old reliable and
the most successful
pecialist in fcan rran-
.cialist m Ean rran
riseo. still continues to tl w. 1 lt K!lsi goiDR ra!tmlay ami re-
"i'W8"" "n2 I tnrnine "je f"liiinn Monday, $1.40.
aonoh'oieir I , Special ratM ar alro given tro.u I'ott
stricture. 5vph ilia in land and intermediate Point.
,ir ail lis iorina. oiain ui- ,
. 1 . rt.Lii :
X, aeaacs, ncrvvas ocun--V
tty , I m potency. Semi.
-.- nal Weakneas and Loss
' of flanboad. the eoc se
quence ol self abuse and excesses producing the
I,., lowing symptoms: sallow countenance, dark
iots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing
r the earn, loss of confidence, diffidence in a p
m oacbing strangers, palpitation of the heart,
,, eakneas of the limbs aud back, loss of memory
implca on the face, coughs. rntuinptioii etc.
DR. UIBBOS baa practiced Tan Francisco
Ter thirty yearaiid those troubled should not ;
all to consult him and reoelvc the Ix uelil of '
nis great skill and experience. The do jtor cures 1
wheu others fail. Try him. Cures guaraiileep.
Persona cored at home. Chances reasonahlc. .
7 FOIBBON Kearny . Ban Fran !
AGKNTa WAJiTEh for "THt like and ;
Achievements of Admiral Iieuey, the world i ;
irreatert uayal hero. By Mural llalstead. to-
me-iona irieuo auu aonuirr 01 lliu liauoil ft i
Idol. Illgge-t and bet book: over 5ou naee. 1
fxio lacbe; nearly iuo pages haifioue iiiuura-
a Mrita quick. The Dominion Company
ri Floor Cx ton Bldg., hicrco.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Signature S U
under State Control,
i.u. healthful locatiou, delightful
tern; board at hall 11'. and lurtgiig 1'
j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
L'yiTtD tte I.aku OmcE,
Kobure. Oregon, Jun-3J. WX).
.-oin.-c i cen-ur riv-ii rat in cnnipiiaore
with the vroviMoits of the act f CnKrof
June 3. la. entitled "An act for the nale of
umut-r lands in the fetates ol CaiifoTnia, Ore
g"ii, Nevada and Wa-lunrton Territory,
FRAXK M. HOPKINS,
of Caiiyotiv:Ho. County of Dougla. State of Ore
ton, has itait day filed iu this othee bisswo-i
sintrinent No 6). for the purchase of lb Lot '.
of Section No -A, in 'Iownhip "o ' :io,
S. KaiiL'e No. ." V and will oiler proof to t w
that the land fought Is more valuable lor it
limbcror Hone than for agricultural pun""'
and to ei-lRtjljli his claim to raid laud before
tiie iiei-'Uti r and Keeeiverof this ofliee lit Rose
Imre. On -.-nu. .u baiurdar. Hie 2ith day of
A "eu? t. Iff j.
He names a jviliicvM.i.: vv illiam HriEvi. Jr,
Robert Conzlcr, Thomas W ilson, .,. V. I'uekett,
of Canyonvilie. Ore.
Auraudn;! i-ervons chiimiug adversely the
aboTc-duerilK'd luud are reiiestH u fili llieir
claims in this nflii e on or tiefore said it. Hi ilav
of August, Jvsi,
J. T. HKllKiKS,
Ho, for Boswell Springs!
Counucui-iDg May 10, le!W, and uotil
Septetuber 30, special licketa to
Doswell S riDi:s and return to lliiu city
will lu o .I I nj l.,!nci,. ;.....
" . " , ..-waj umcu,
Digests what you eat.
Nature in Btieiinthoiiiiijj and recon-
Btructing tlic "xhanstcl digestive or-
ftans. itistne. ustfimcovereddifjest
1 yn"v Preprauon
can approach it in ctticifncy. It in-
fitantly TtlieVeS arid rU'riiiaDf'ntlV CtireS
T).enfniia. Inr1i....f h-.n
Sf...V';r V n .. ' "'iu
t-i - e, ,J ... .
r lainience, Oiir Mmuach,
W J ssst. w- - - w W. VljlWUyV'
For sali? by A. C, Marstera k Cc.
J 1 aT I
'11 El BE VSk fa KiUT ' U fin
A RINGING PLATr-ORfi.
Adopted by- Nebraska Republicans at
Their State Convention Recently.
Tlie iMiiniiiitce on tesuluii niH reported
and fie; resolutions) were promptly
ad"tled. Afier toiicliinn utHin state
niaMern and on the question of foreign
I poliov, the platform states:
"We liouriily indoree the wite, cod
rv alive and patriotic administration of
ll're-iileiit Mckinley, and congratulate
t lie prefidenl upon liia success in dealing
with the delictte and diflicult piobleuis
arising from our war with .Spain, aud we
repose implicit confidence in hia ability
to cope with every issue that may pres
ent itself for solution in the future.
"While we deplore the insurrection in
the I'hilippiue i-landr, yet we recognize
the dutits at.d obligations imposed upon
our nation by the victory of our navy,
and the match loss valor of our arms, re
sulting in the treaty of l'aiii, which im
posed upon the duty of .nsin
timing the authority of the
Uuited States over the te.ritoiy acquired
tdereby, and so ling as there is one gun
pointed at an American soldier; so long
astheie is an armed enemy assaulting
our Hag; so long must patriotic and loyal
Americans uphold our president in effect
ing protection, tranquility aud peace to
all whorecoguize our lawful occupation."
Alter paying a glowing tribute to the
valor of the First Nebraska volunteers in
the Philippines, the platform deals will)
the money question as follows:
"We adhere antqaivocallr to (be gold
standard, and are unalterably opposed lo
the free coinage of silver. Gold has
been our standard eioce l$o4, and is now
the standard of every civilized and iui
portant countiy iu the world. After
more than 10 years of harmful agitation
and a campaign of extraordinary earnest
ness and full iiecussioD, the people of
the United States by a majority of more
than o.O.OvO decided in favor of that
"Our experience a.-.d present prosper
ity has in the amplest and tidiest meas
ure demonstrated the wisdom of that de
cision." On the questiou of trusts the resolu
tions declare ;
' We denounce the attempt t o des
perately teiog made to array laSor and
capital in hostile camps. The republi
can party, now, t always, opposes the
trtfeU and cotnbinatioLS, having for their
purpose, tl:e stifling of competition and
arbitrarilycotitrjllin production or fix
ing price1, but we also recognise that
legitimate business interests, fairly cap
italized and honestly managed, Lave
bai'.t up our industries at home, giviog
the largest employment to labor at the
highest wages, and have enabled us suc
cessfully to cotnpeie with foreigu coun
tries iu the maike'a of the world.
"Such industries must not be struck
down by legislation aimed at dishonestly
organized inslitulioue, which destroy
legitimate enterprise and the opportun
ities of labor and plunder the public.
We favor the creation by act of con
grees of a bureau of supervision and con
trol of corporations engaged in interstate
business, with powers sioiiliar to those,
exercised over national banks by the
controller of the currency, Indorsing
sacU poblicity and reyulatious as shall
ellectually prevent dishonest met hoi' s
and practices, and generally such legis
lation, state and national, as from time
to time may be required for the correc
tion of aboeee."
Adopted by Roscbarg Chapter No. 8,
Order Eastern Star.
l'at as the rolling reasons bring
The hours r( fate to those we love,
Each pcail that leaves the broken
Is set in fiienilebip'a crown above.
As narrower grows the earthly chain,
The circle widens in the eky :
These ara our treasures that remain,
Cut those are stars that beam on
Asjer Mark was a Charter member
of Koeeburg Chapter No. 8, Order East
ern Star, and for many yrars was ooe ot
its tuott active at d useful members. No
call of mercy, nor request of charity ever
was made to him in vain. He lived the
tetter teachings of our beloved and
beneficent order daily.
August ol, IS O, at Portland, Oregou,
without warning, and with no one pres
ent except his God. he departed this
life, and peacefully entered his life be
yond where "Faith is lost in sight, and
hope ends iu fruition."
We mourn his departure becauso we
have lost his wise counsel, bis eyer
ready assistance iu deeds of mercy, his
timely aid in all our worthy undertak
ings. Lt us profit by hisJife oi usefulness;
let us emulate his kindly "deeds ; let us
follow his example in always responding
to every call of mercy.
We shall tv;r cherieh his memory,
aud believe that "He eo lived that when
he came to cross the liver, 'which marks
the unknown shore, his hands were full
of deeds of charity colden keys that
opened the palace of eternity.
M,AUtLliINE B. CoNKLINti.
O. P. Cosnow ,
The steamers City of Seattle aud Cot
tage Ci'y arrived at Seattle, Tueeday
from Aiat-ka, with f jOJ.tlOO in gold.
The remaining six companies of Mon
tana volunteer arrived at San Fran
cisco, Sunday, ou thu transport Valen
cia. Petit Bleu, of Paris, asserts that Col
onel Jouauste, president of the Runnes
court-martial, voted for the acquittal of
The new batlleahip Kearsarge left an
chorage, Monday, lot trial course off
Cape Ann. aud made a fraction over 17
kiio's er hour on her trial trip.
Tho transport Leoleuow from Honolu
lu, reached San Francieco. -Suuday,
after vaiious troubles, being kept afloat
by the action id her pumps. She had a
hole in her bottom, baying struck a
The tpeecti of Mr. 13 it an at Sacra-
ii enlo lftHt week, was one which the Cal
ifornia newspaiiers of tiQth political par-
ik-g ,0 i.ut take kindlv to. hut criticiHB it
as an insult to that stale. In his speech
lie asserted that "while Californians
weie careful to feed aud fatten their
hogs, they let men Msrve; that they had
more concern for perk than humanity;"
and he advised his bearers, "to give
considerate attention to the people as
well b to hoga."
Mr. V. O, l'lotner left this morning
for Sacramento whether r-lio goes to
speliilja few weeks with her lnixliund
Judge l'lotner, who was lately trans
ferred to California by the W. U. Tel.
Co., aud where he has charge of the re
pairing crew stationed at Hoseville junc
tion. Mrs. l'lotner whs well nigh pros
trated by the dastardly attempt mad 3 by
parties unknoan upon her home in try.
in to break iu the doors and pry opeu
tbo windows in order t forci an en
trance. She and her two lit' Iu girl;
n, i . . i
were an aioue aua me iio' r was II p. m.
Ob Sunday night last. Mis. V. very
pluckily tired several shois at the hoUe
breakers and scared them away, and
.oo k her children and we'it lo the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery' at thu de
pot where she fell completely prostrated
itotn fright. Some parlies are suspected
of being the perpetrator., aud a caeu of
lynching will follow if they are caught.
Several prom:uent residents of Can-
yonville were at this place last night en
gaged in the mystic work of organising a
lodge of A. F. it A. M. Tne Lever.s
Croe., of Galesvilie accompauied by
their wiyee were preterit. A very ele
gant midnight dinner was served at Ho
tel (ileniale to all who were engaged in
those grandly mystical ceremonies.
Mrs. S. L. Fobier, who is a sister of
Van 15. Delashmut, ol .Portland, aud her
son Harry, came toGlendale last week
and will locate here. Her hasbaud is
very piominent lu mining circles and
will epeud the wiuter in the adjacent
mince. Mrs. foster is the guest of Mrs.
The resideuts of Glendale Ltreby ex
tend hearty congratulations to Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Cox, and Mr. and Mm, Sack
ett, who were married last week. All
were recently residents of ihia place and
their many friends wish fur them long
lives ot unalloyed happiuete.
Mr. Clemens, tho tonEonal ariitt, lias
fitted up a nice parlor and is giving eu
tire satisfaction to his numerous custom
era. He and Ins amiable wife and little
Goldie are i.icely situated in their new
home, and me a welco:ne addition to our
Mrs. r.T. Ijidy and Mi Koberts
spent two days atGrau's I'-isa attending
the soldier's reunion They were the
guests of Mr. ClyJe Ho k- l at Hotel
P. F. Robert--, who lias been ill for
Some weeks with material fever is still
very eick. lr. Ham, his attending
physician, thinks he is very little bvtler
Mits Smith, daughter of J. F. Smith,
atrived latt Saturday and wid spend the
wiuter with her fiiher and brother
Charley at Glenda'e.
Very warm weather has prevailed in
this locality for some time. The nights,
however, ara always cool and enjoyable.
A. P. Langenberg l. doing some fine
work in graveling our streets, which will
be duly appreciated nrxt winter.
Porn, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wallace,
at Arlington, Joeephine county, Septem
ber IGtb, a son.
Oil lard Items.
Piune dryiug is in full blast, but we
arc sorry to say that the prune crop is
lighter here tli'S year than has been for
E. II. Porter aud A. G. Adams u.ade
a visit to the city if Kcseburg, last Sun
day. Miss Clara Diilard, of Roseburg, is
visiting relatives and friends here in
Leonard Coone is building a Goe house
here at this place, Frank Clements and
George Mote are puttiog it up.
Who is it ?
Rich Strike in Jackson County.
Kap Kubli came up from the Gold
Standard mine Saturday, and brought
with, biui a lot of rich ore from the new
discovery. He says the vein is from six
to ten inches thick, and has been cross
cut and prospected for 00 feet,and is
richer at tho 00 foot c rot is cnt than at any
other point yet prospected.
Ho says one rich pocket or "bunch,"
as he calls ttiem, follows immediately
after another, and that already $3000 has
been taken out, and the bunches show
no sigus of giyiog out. He thiuks the
Companvjwill take out f 10,000 in less
than a month, and how much more
would depend upon the sire and continu
ation cf tee rich bunches.
Another discovery very much like that
in the little ledge near the Gold Stand
ard, is reported on Horse creek just
across the mountain from Big Apple
Cbas. U rater, the discover, was in
town Saturday, and exbibi'ed a lot of
rich rock of the same general character
ai that from tbc Kubli diccovery. Mr,
Grater rays the ledge is solid and well
defined, with walls ol slate and por
Part of the rich rock from this discov
ery , as also that from the Kubli mine.
resembles eery much the Gold Hill ore
which created such au excitement in the
fil' A 1850. Instead, however, of the
-1 quartz found among tho cream
A.,ite in the Gold Hill ledge, the late
d.scoveries carry decomposed porphyry,
riclici ewn than the cream white quartz.
The gold iu the white quartz ot each of
the f ew hndi, like that in the quartz at
Gold Hill, is solid aud all through the
rock aud not merely io seams and de
Mr. Grater think his discovery will
develop into a permanent and valuable
property. Ashlaud Tidings.
Cove has a secret order called the In
dependent Order of Good Girls. It is
different here, says the Eastern Oiegon
Tocsin. Pine valley girls, good and bad,
are independent, but they n?uke no
secret of it.
Send iu your items of news when they
are fresh. We don't like to publish a
birth after the child is weaned, a mar
riage alter the honeymoon is over, a
death after the widow is married again,
nor thu notice of au eut jrtaicment after
the job work is done elsewhere and tbe
editor is charged lot admiesioa. Ex.
James Kane, au old settler, was
thrown from a wagon near Gervais, Sat
urday, and killed.
Is a chronic dlsessc. There is an lpfUmma
Uonof tho inner coating of the stomach. A
thick, ropy mucul form
and this causes the mors
pronounced symptoms. It
remains in the stomach
and decomposes. Then,
of coarse, digestion can
not be properly perform
ed. Tho great vegetable
remedy ni'DTAW never
falls to effect a cure.
HIDYAN eaa b had of
all druggists .'or H)c. per
package. Study your
rymptomscarcfully from this chart. Eachnum
ber represents a symptom or a group of symp
tom. You have tbo symptoms. Vss Ut'D-
TAN and they will disappear.
THE SYMPTOMS ARE:
1. BILIOUS HEADACHE. This fa
more pronounced in the morning. HUD
YAfl will relieve tha headache.
2 3. RED AND WATEHI ITB8.
HUDYAN will cause the redness to duap-
iptear and make the eyes assume their ner
nal, heallhy appearance.
4. COATED TONGUE AND FOE
TID BHEATH AND BAD TABTE
IN THE MOUTH. HUDYAN will clear
the tongue, make the breath pure and sweat
and cause the bad taste to disappear.
5 FAIN AND TENDEBNESS IN
THE 8TOM.ACH. This is due lo indiges
tion. HVDTAN will caue the food to b-
eome nerfeetly digested aud tli paia and
tenderness will disappear-
0. ENLARGEMENT OF THE
L1VEH HUDYAN will trssen theccnges-
tion and redutc the enlarged lirer toils nor
Hi DV AN will relieve you of the abova
tyn.ptoTiis and make you well. lo not delay.
o to iiur druggist at onre aud pmenre a
packagt of III l)V AN for o-V. or S for l.'.'A
If your druggist does not kee it, send direct
to Ibe llt UYAX ItB.Mr Dl COSIPAXT,
Ban Fram iseo. Cat., and ihey will send it to
sou. You ! coiisu'l the great ni'DTAW
DOCTOR" HCK. Ixi not forget that.
Call and see thn If you wish. You may
call and see thec:, or write, as jou detirw.
HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY,
Car. Stecktsa, Msrkat saw Ellis SH-.
sa Fraacissa, Cal
Colorado and all
lines choice of two fatoritc routes ia tbc
CMOS I'ACIHC Fast Mail Ljuc, or tbc
RIO II RAN JOE saccule Uuea.
Look at the time
12 days to Salt Lake
22 days to Denver
33 days to Chicago
4a days to New York
Free Reclining cbalr car. Vp
bolatcrctl Tourist Steeples
Car, Pullman palace Bleep
iag Can operates! on all
For further iniorioa'icp apply U
J. F. UIVANS, Agt., Uoeeburg.
C. O. Terry, W. E. Coman,
Trsr. Pass. Agt. Gen. AgU
l.'l Third SL, Portland. Ur.
Safe and Profitable Investment.
A branch otliee of the Equitable Sav
ings & Loan Association of Portland,
Oregon, bas been organized at Roseborg
and stock in the association can be ob
tained of tbe local agent. Investments
in Ibis association are safe and far totter
than county warrants and bonds for
profit. Any on desiring (o lay by a
small sum of money each month and
Lave his saviogs Ehare 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 wbere persons
are desirious of building Call on or ad
dress Jo::s II. Suits,
Referenced: Ladd & Til ton Bank
Portland, Oregon; The First National
Rank, Uoeeburg, Oregon. tj27)
Administrator's Sale of
TU the County Court of the !tatcof Oregon lu
A and for Douglas County. In the matter of
the extatc of Karl Kimmcl.dcccaied.
Notice ia hereby Kiveu that pursuant loan
order of tho above entitled court made and en
tered In the records of aid court on the Slh day
of September. The undersigned adminis
tratrix and administrator will ou and after the
ttth day of October, 1W, proceed to sell the
following tlescrilel real proiaTty belonging to
aid estate at pri ale alo, on the premises near
the town of Ctinyouville, Douglas county. Ore
gon, towit: Hek-inninc at a uoiut -'iSI ehami
Norlb, and tii.Tj chains wen of the ijUarter
and 21 in township 30, south ranve ft west, W.
M., running thence wet 1.".10 chains thence
wium e ciiaius, uienec west iscrtalu, tlieuce
outn i chniiK, Iheuce east MAO ehaiui, thenec
uorth Hi chains to place of beginning. The
same liein' part of William Preston douation
claim, No. 44 au! containing Zii acres more or
le-ss, lor casn in nana.
Dated this Utu day of September. A . D . 1X9.
; CEO. W. CARTER,
Notice for Publication.
V.MTKU !?TATX8 l.aSD OFFICC.
Rorobunr, Oregon, m.'ptemher in, ItuW.
Notice la herebv irivcu that the following
named settler han tiled notice of bis intention to
make final proof in Minoort of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Remoter
ami Keeeiver. u. s. Laud Olhce. at Rosvhurff.
VIVBUll, Oil VCl. O, vi:
nil lillt IT V UM.: f... ,1... V L' I
Section is, Tow nship 30 S., R. 9 West, He
names t Ho following witnesses, to prove hia con
tinuous residence noon ami rulMvMtimt ill Sriill
innu, vi: nuiiam Monro, uiiliain Murrav, A,
Coon, ltyrou Carry all of Camas Vallev, Oregou.
J. 1, BKilHttS.
County Treasurer's Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all parties
holding Douglas county warrants in
dorsed prior to and including March 10,
lS99,to preaeut the same at the treasurer's
oflieo at the Douglas County bank for
payment, as interest will cease thereon
after the date of this notice.
Dated this tbe 13th day of September
1809, at the City of Uosebnrg, Oregon.
Gko. W. Dimmick,
County Treasurer, Donglaa Connty, Or.
But wc will save you 50c
or more on every 100 rods of
BARB WIRE FENCE.
See the M. M. S. Poultry fence, Strongest and Best
at a less price than Common
1 11 STATE NORMAL
Will open its doors forthe new school year ou September
The buildings have been thoroughly rcDovaltd acd iiupruvcd. Sew apparatus adoVU aud
r"vivu ytauv jvi iuv cvuuoii auu (VBTcmcEce ti iijC siudenr
Good Boarding and Dormitory Advantages at Ibe low. st possible rate.
Uniform State Normal 5c heel Course,
Complete Training txhool iunnccticn with Ibe Soiaial, w tire Siuaors are prokfciouaUy
trained under the supcrrunon of a Critic Teacher who will iin.nii . 1.
tiradaaU-s ot this school are given aruditof Itijiy Mi nibs Tiacbing Experience, which
,.u...,v miiu uinm uic uit iip:uiua in me
.-.mm 2 vui n un-sa n r evmp.cic eaiaiogue lo
I I -i rJS-ceSSrw.i.siZs: .
We own and occupy the tallest mercantile building in the world. We havw
orer a,ooo.otx customers. Sixteen hundred clerks are constaatly
engaged Mlmg out -cf-tows orders.
OUR GENERAL CATALOGUE U the book of the people-it quote.
Wholesale Prices to Everybody, haj over i.coo pars illcstrationa, and
6o.on descriptions of articles writh prices. It et: 71 wau to print and mail
each copy. Wr want you to have one. SEND FIFTEEN CENTS to sho-m
your good faith, and we'll send yju a copy FREE, with all charg.s prepaid.
.MQHTBOKERY WARD &
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND 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
ID. S JKL BUICK
la JXma af, lata Damsiarm;
Noah & Linfars,
General Blacksmiths and Wagon flakers.
Repair Work and Horseshoeing a Specialty,
We.have a Complete
stockjof TEXT BOOKS
and the Finest Stock of
ever brought to this city.
Our Prices are Right. . . .
fl. C, MARSTERS & CO.
iuiCKoi sno nw-st -atitfsctory irancer.
ii i t y: ah uriii i
JNO. B. WALKER, A. M.f
President of the Faculty.
Shop ou Jack sou st near Deer J.
ri-am- At Marsters.
Circs the choice ol two trans
oet)t Rate to all
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
Bteainers monthly from Portland Xa Yoko
h-Mua as Hong Cong la connection with tbe
O R. X.
or full details call ou or address
JOHN F. GIVANS, Agent.
TT. H. HtSLBlRT,
General Passenger Agent
Railroad Tim Table.
Northbound Roaeborg local, No. 17
departs 7 :30 a. ro.
SoatbDonnl Kosebarg local, No. 18,
arrives 5 0 p. m.
Nortbboond overland. No. b, ax-
rives 1C :35 a. to. ; departs 10:43 a. as.
Soothbound overland. No. 6, arrives
15 a. m. ; deparu 1 :23 a.m.
Northbound fast tbroogh freight. No
221, arrives 4 :10 p. m. ; departs 5:20 p.
Southbound fast through freight, No
222, arrives 7;00 a. m.; depurta 8 Ma
Northbound mixed irain No. 222 Arrive
at 2 55 p. so., 6uoday, Wednesdays and
Fridays, departs 9.-00 a.m., Moodare
Thursdays and r-atnrdaye.
Southbound mixed train No. 22S ar
rives at 3.-00 p.m., 00 Sunday, Hon.
days and Fridays, departs 7:15 a. m.
Mondays. Thursdays and Saturdays.
United alaiea Land Office,
Roasacitf, Orfsept 1, U&J.
To whom it may concern:
Notice ui hereby given that the Oregon and
California RailnJ Co. has filed in thiaofflca
list of lands situated in the township described
bslow, and ha applied tor a patent ior said
lands: that the list -s open to the public for la
spectiou and a copy thereof by dcacri ptiTe sab
d.vii..na, bas been ported in a convenient
place in Ihia odiee. for the inepectiuB ot all -persons
interested and lo the public generally:?
south ef base line and W est of WillajMtUs
TxS. R i.
54 S E 1 and S NPX Sec I.
SW'.swi4Sce5a. T JO, Ri.
E. SW'i, deu T.
W iihin tW next sixty dars following the data
of this nooee, protect or conuhta againt tbe
claim of the company to any tract or subdivis
ion within any section or part oi ecttaa, de
seribed in t he list, on the grooud that tbe same
is more valuable for mineral than for agricul
tural purposes, will be received and noted tor
report lo the Ucneral I -and Office at Wasaioav
J. H. BCX J I H,
Ctitui stitcs Lavo Orncr.
RoKburg. Orwgoo, July Ik, XgTK
To whom it may concern: Notice in hereby
given that the Oregon and California mil road
company has Hied in this orncw a lint W
lands situautd in the townahipa described be
low, and has applied for patents for said iaadai
Uiat the list is open to the pnbiie for in
specUon. and a copy thareof by descrfptir
sub-division has beeu posted iaa convenient
place in this office, for the inspection of ail
persons interested aad the pubiie generally.
South of bsw line and west of WiUametta
luendan. Ip.'iRl SW'.ot NK U, See. T.
v ittun the nut sixty days following the data
of this notice, protests or contests against th
claim of the company to any tract or sub
division within any section or part of sactraa
described in the list, on tbc grounds that tha
same Is more valuable for mineral than for
agricultural purposes, will be received and
noted for report to the General Laud Office at
Wa shi ugton. D. C. fj J)ttal
J. H. BOOTH. J. T. BRIDGSST
Notice For Pubiicajon.
VSITED STA1K3 LAND nvrtrv
Robkbibo, una. Aw m ,L,
Notice is hereby given that
named setUer has Bled notice' : f00?"'
to mak e final proof In suppo- ,. f.n,eI"1!,,.
that said proof will be BiaJ
ter ana RVeiver, United i.bi,,h?,?1
Rose be re. Ore., on oe l'-tcf Laad Office at
PfTran - .ooeri.iw, via:
OnH.K W S7U, e tbe NK1 Sec. 14. T.
wiineses 'to pir nmei tfi loUowing
upon aud eulliv v nis continuous reaidenee
DivT-andThc Uv; .'. yS lieorga
n.vid MekT- -m"in,vi iiuuui wtnra.uN
" . v .n.l 7 D.l.,,.1, 1X.wl,
- Jr. BRIDGES.
Notice For Publication.
I'L'BLIC LAND SALE.
I nitio States La.xo Omca
7O0TICE IS IIEREBY OIVETI THAT IN
. pursuance of iiistructious from the Com
mi.iil ...P 1. i kd . . . n . . 1 I .. -1 , .
. mwm mui. v-uti, himjot au
thority vested in him by Section itjo. U. si. Rev.
btat, as amended by the act of Congress ap
proved February 2U, US15, wa will proceed
to offer at public sale on the rwh day
of August, 1, at this otBce, th- following
tract ol land to-wit; Lot a. Sec. "i, T. 2. 8. rTs
tnvan.l .il ..' 1 ,
aWjvcMle-vrtUtxI lauds are reuueated to tile their
claims in this office on or before the day above
llfNlVTl. f.1. 1 f.. t K.. .... ...... . . , ,
o.herw ic their rujht wiU be forfeited.
J. II. BOOTH. '-"SSS&a
Receiver. ' u-t6p)
aNotice for Publication.
United State Iauid Onice
v. Roseburg. Or. September .,1S9'..
, , -' v u w., IUUVWIUK
named ett.er has tiled notice of his intention
to make hnal proof in support of htsclaim, and
thai said nnxifwil h. ... - V. w... .1
: , o ' r - wivi. iuo nexisier
and Receiver, United states Land Othee at
Hoseburg, Oregon, on November 7. l!). via-
S?..hiSoS- E Xu 7dJ9' l"r he N'- SEC SWtr
names the following witnesses to prove hia
Continuous vriil..n.A i K,n . m.. );.... 1 .
said laud, tu : James Uildcburn, L. Hilde-
vT 11' ouig, vreon, t. r. risaer, of
golf "80n' L 81 :Slity' oI Riddle, Ore-
J. T. BRIDGES.
Mrs. J. H. Shape is local
live for the popular Viavi
Any one desiring any of these rama.!;--
wlll please call on her at her hum. n.
d resa her at Roeebnrjr, Oregon.