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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1899)
What the War is About.
I - -t i ii i i i n
i " ' - ! B 1
ting the Stomachs andJ3ows of
ness and Rcst.Conta'ms neither
Opium.Morpiunc nor Mineral.
j(Uii SJti -static
CmOirJ Smamr .
Anrrfcct Remedy for Conslipa-
liou. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca.
Worms .Convulsions .Fevcnsn
ness and Loss OF SLEEP. .
Tac Simile Signature cf
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
EXACT COPyCF WRAPPEB
Boswcll nincral Springs.
TVf CtMTkUR fPW. f P C'TV
: Aa the world well know?, there has
I heen constant friction between the lcr8
j and the English (or many yetrs. Tbe
j recent development of Africa hue made
i it more at ue and the war nt hand must
jdi'oidti whether South Africa is to bo
composed of small, independent states,
I possibly coutt'dttrated, or mtit-t accept
J the prepoudiuinl influence of the Brit
i ieh Kin piie. .Bejonil doubt Entgland
j would be willing to yivo South Africa the
' status of Umad i or Australia, nut 10-
accept this would be regnrded by the
Boer a as the surrender of a national ex
ieteuce. lliato-icallv, tin relations ol
the Boer 8 and the British have been un
usually c implex.
Many years ago, before (ho oinv ol
Natal was Annexed by ireat Britain,
the Boers micr.iUil t tho wilderness
and set up for iheuiseives. Grett Brit
ain acknowledged their independence in
1852, but annexed them in 1S77, a pro
ceeding tha. Boers resisted witli arms
and with partial success. In 1SS4 the
British government acknowledged the
right of the Transvaal Kspulilii: to govern
itself in everything except it? treaties
with loreigu power?. The situation was
d.simbed by a i e v t. a'u cf events.
The great ditcovcry of gold in the Wit
watersiraud, Bier territory, caused a
he. ivy immigration of while men, chief
ly British, tailed by r. e Boer "U.tlaud
erf." But fur thin unexpected access of
population, and the questions relating to
it politically, there would le no war at
this time, thongii probably it would have
come later, for there is little congeniul-
ity bttwecu Boer and Briton.
llosli'.ititrt have not heen caused by
any tiuestiou about foteiu treaties, i he
British contend that they are simply
protecting the lights of British citu-.us
oppretwel b? Boer laws and exception
ally heavy Ji-n'iiitiee. The Boer legia-
SEND NO MONEY
m.l. out avnd vu(l 1 c ns iwt
we wt.l ond ou tlil HiGM
IAKW CAlHttT IbBOrCl StW,Hi !iiCf trr&uf.o..- t.
Iim i4i ma rxaaiuir n ait y-t-ir na .-l rurhl uTl t-n it (an grtS1
mod fTT-urht btrtf. Ma
wffvtrv tm& (or e&rta
fl.U fit. i luiiTdr-cni in wr lre -x V'S'-
ltrtiiiTiiiUlii btttflLM for tfaw Mf CAKiXkt ftlEDUk m k
mi Maw arr ritaM md an
ft. MaK-tun it - ;3l x .;;tiur"1thp tirrfct will I , f f I !
-carta 30 mikv. Ct IT THSEl M4MTNS' THIAl in f - -1- o fT
d we will return o;r15. i.y iurr.u irr Dot f 'i ' v
IffMlMkaiHd rtAHtf Snc lartiMfvit Ki". r -jail i
111 H lu H
unrlt r variou- lUatXM, tth thi
Mi mmrm M atw rrltahl md arr R-
" r5rrr t ta bct material
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SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK l?fsl'llKtI-n'?
: Tu un'ituir inn Miut to ir - nwr aar
j Iff- r Cue otter open with fu'.i U-niTto trie and l)-d tn r-' r
wwinr. 4 fkary arrcti. taurt iMil kx fraawr. carved. Miw Jtti. m-
bKrJ and ooora-d caNj.nct flnjrh. fit ci Lei drawer pulla. rv-t n C-ur
rartrrik adjustable tretie. nnmw sw;h irm stand- tt larfv Hia
rtne U'KT tnn-n ftU. .f thrra.lmr Titniine hu;:. atit Mi,
trtM.n wirj'irr. al;utJble frintL'. yvaToni teBci-a ii' rtr mprov-i li
wheel. 'inuiaie prTire 1- mnrfi it.t.ti;-cmr. pint nmt't-ir,
ru'rrt dr ,-sf- eua-l. h4 U bmiI lrratr ul miMfi a4 WaOifetl)
atHif CUARANTEED tewiMrmlat. a4 arl
4rlranntiwaM' w latvt atLatiaapat Is larakM ard rir j-w 1Q
struct ioo Boofe te.lf 3't how rfitifna rn it and do r:ir j-.ain w
L-im; ot taTK-T or. A ilKTwi kviMtimc ktuWN XlU tilt tri T niW"Uii
IT MCTC VP! I aVftTlJIal a4 eaaailhK afltia, rOMW it tth
11 w1 J nvi tio- our Moiva"tr frilw at ta.Mt to
pm., wl tbrw if ennnred thai -hi are mvii r to v. r? y-ir irnnt a-rni ye jis.no,
AWress, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. Inc.) Chicago, 111.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN.
Stock Ranees, 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 terras. Inquire of - -
3D. S KL BTJTCK1,
Few people who go a'jroid to various
health resorts, hive any id. a what they
may secure almost at their own doors.
This fact is very forcibly impressed upon
one when we consider how rn hly Ore
gon is blessed with mineral springs all
over the state, but none have gained the
prominence and impo'tanc of ihe Bos
well (formerly Suoden) spring, in Doug
las county, two miles eouih of Drain,
and were they hid in some epcliifive
miiuntaiu. inaccessible fur the iuvalid.
would bo sought from every stcinii of
These springs are located on Ihe
Southern Pacific railroad, UYi miles
south of Portland, and the i-pringa and
hotel arri within 200 feet of thu t'ack,
hero lo daily trains pass, and the
local makes a short stop to give the pas
seugera aa opportunity to tale of the.
health giving waters.
There are two pring', one of which
contains 4;!o and the other over -',000
graii. a of solid nutter. The traveler gets
enough of thu laiter with a small lose.
Tn wateis from these springs contain
iodine, biouiioe, potattium. the carbon
ates of iron and li ne, cl.lotidee of cab
ciLni, am,-' i eh in in aud so liun.
The propaittor, Cap. Ben I). Bosell
evidently has confidence iu Ih-j medi
cinol (lualities ot thes! 8; rings in Lis
prop .mion to give to any one alllicted
with "ilieuuiatisui, not accompanied
aith any other iliseite, ln will take
the baths nod drink the waters, under
tie direction of liie allendicg physician,
ono entire month's board fice, if a enre
is not c fleeted."
Tneso waters re known to Imvc cured
aggravated cates of rheuuratisu), nasal
catarrh, catarrh of the stomach, dyspep-
fia, dialeie, uiuralgia, malarial poisou-
ii.g, kivlnev trouble, constipation, diseas
es of the skin, liver and bowel:1, an 1 t re
lature is a close orporation. In the up-! c9pecijl!y recmimendad l-y physicians
p?r hcne tuemUrs are chosen excloeive- rr lhB ,is aes with whh li females are
iiioel fn ipiently elici ted
The bo'e. is a i rf cl iioiue. Nj bel
ly by the families of original settlers.
T.ie lower cliamber ia electa! by iuli-
lie I Vuleie, tiut no I'itlander can Vote u.r acv0!, , , i.,ii9 L.uld le found or
itsiied. I lie. labL' is f-ti'p'ied with the
test in the Hi i krl. In atMi'lvll to ti.ii--the
invalid b. i he luxury ! pure rn'Mibt
a n air. and it be m ih -m.-m, can have
un'e'S ;!d ;e tdd, n rrotertant, a reel
deut of tin republic for a long teim of
years, a naturalized citizeJ and an own
er o! Isn.itd propettr. Tte voting iual-
itijatioi s in IS ! eie varied so that th- i ine elHJ,i ; n,.. tum.uiidiiu l.liU
;Snccr to G. W. SOAH.
rROTTINQ AND RUNNING PLATE5 A 5PECIALTV.
kFFAIRlVr; OF Ail. KINDS PROilPTLY CONE.
Shop on Corner Washington and Kane St., KosehurK.
4-EOUNP CATALOGUE FREE
THIS biG CA.TALCGbe ;
n MB.o.r.ianiE.tvr l''. ijoouii
fVESyTHfi.S r'' -rr) tuu in fcwrm. xi w
iu., I tiii.., llul IMw iri ts. swtimi. irlrf. Bis
Huotjit. H. IrnnHml lfi.., t .riirr. Bre. S!l,
Hse. f mw MmrUm. rwkrrj . rr.. P.m. antral iwmMm
r.firf.iocti. aM.ln, r.vki.e Tirll.. H.l.
Cmms. Te.u ji-i-t ht yovr H"rrsmi t ie must iy for
cervl!.t:i:r b ovanl will rprptit litm from CTerrhaTTii. y-....a
riuniu- T.m I tiv; explains j.i-t how to order, bvm R,n-hthf-Mpmor'siilvl'l
! cn iivrhiiiff to f.ar fr-wn. 1 be biff LvvK
OUR FREE DrFcn. .,th , t,- tn
btu. i - " . i" u i r
k. bu: r.K.r.nd if vnbtf'm'tthirk it i "r Mtim-Fthr irnl
yonwnl.' Krrtntnl"th.';faie KI CTcrytijlDg.ijr
M It AT TBI. IMir- fVK AKU T TIIIS CATLM.I I..
!i i i L.DrtUi ld--ice-s information.' Miiuitap.jan-HiaB.1
r. Uw.ii.-k A V. w . of tte Uir-it i.u. "I it klnUM
fill -n." lip-miro Inl-r. irenn.
..n,rijalL-u i- wt rtrtmmt i.i.ri l.oned d..-n.- - At.nt ror.fitl'.TV
Mil. AddreJ. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. lnO, CHiCACO, ILLINOIS, U. S. A.
consent cf two-thirds of the burghers :n
a ward was necessary.
Plainly the .Boers have aimed to ex
clude new voters. The go'd m'r.ers are
taxed 2's iieceat, bat thu miners Lave
been practically flint cut of the Legisla
ture. In recest neg itiatious the Boers of
fered to modify the ipialitications of vot
ers that boldly coupled this with the de
mand that there should be no further
claims cf British tuierainty. To all ap
pearances this ia a claim of complete na
tional indeper.dei ce.
The Bo-rt" have gone 10 war and all
Briiit-h authority tor themselves and for
other Africanders who will join with
them to mke South Africa Boer instead
In tbe larger senm Ibis is the question
at stake. At the end of the present
struggle Briti&h authority will be su
preme over south Africa or the Afrik
ander will coutrol it through a confeder
ation epeakiDg the Dutch language and
asserting a distinct sovereignty in the
company of catious. So far as oppres
sion ia concerned the Uitlanders assert
that they are the only euderers . It ia
perhaps nnfertunate for the Boera that
they once stormed a Britisn position,
taking it brilliantly, a .d killing several
huudreJ of its defender?. Tbey are im
prudent to measure their prowess by
that one battle. B-.u iu any cine the war
tbey have entered ictj will decide tie
problem of BazsraV'y, which is at bert
an indistinct and r. -satisfactory word.
The Boers have undertaken .to discard it
altogether, an 1 the only way to do it is
to fight. Bat it id a desperate, venture
in view of the edds. So far as thirst for
empire and gold is concerned one side
has no greater incentive than the other.
Success would give the Boers unrestrict
ed dominion over the gold mines and
substantially over South Africa. If they
lose, they will be British colonist, and
tbe Canadians and Australians are rais
ing tro.ps to force that fellowship upon
them, or rather Ij vindicate the idea
that it has always existed to soma ex
tent. The Boera deny it. The problem
is tangled, and the solution is near.
On the 5. P. R. R.
Douglas County, Oregon
ly open for recep
tion of guests.
Water cures Rheu
Kidney and Skin
To The IjiifortiiiiatCa
Tli la old reliable ami
the noil mieewiiiii
rij-i!in in San Iran- j
I nw-o. Hill e'Hiliiiiie to ;
1 cure all Sexual airi .
5eminal DiKaic mind j
at Oonnorrhcra, tileel ,
Stricture. 5ph llis In ,
" ! It'.alflir.tltlKl l.M.
w-pru nr'iyi'''" -if rtanhood, the count:
?Unc ol auii abuse and eiee-i pnalueiiiy the
oliowinu armptomo: aaliow iiiiii:iiaiiee, tlrnk
spou under tlie eym. pain In tit" ln-a-1. rinein:
In tbe earn. loa of coiiii'iemv. liili'l-tir-e m i
proaclilng Uraiiirni, p!fiilii"ii l 'If it'iirt,
weaAneuot the liiubs and bai k. l-k...l ii-nn.rv
pimpleafin the wmnha. oiii-iiii.piinii -t-.
UK. OIBBON hux uractierd in San If ronciM i ,
over thirtr vear and those troubled klmui.l not
.A ll -U
Notice for Publication.
t'Mikn ttk I.imi min c
Kim-bun;, re.iu, Ju'.y
Nolii.-.. is ln-rcby f.;vtn lliat in .-oini'liniiee
uitlittie .rnMMiiiiv (,i iU. a, t ii Luiii:rt- o
Jure ard, InTk. rittiiltd 'Ad art for tbe ante of
tiintx-r lamis in theJSIac-s of California. Ore
on, Nevada and H aliini;tiiii T'-rrilor.
WILLIAM U Ml'l'KK.
(t j-anl I'u-, Coiiniy of Jti.ophine, rjliite l
Oreaon li;i t!i;i day l.li-d ill Iliifc olln-e Ins sworn
Ial mi-nl .Ni. i;'. Inr tbe inircl.aKe ol the . k.
'1 of f-eclien No. !. In lonhiii No.
l.iLiii;i Ni. 'A V. and trill oiler priMiI to 1.I10W
lual the laud i-ouulit ia mon- vaiuubic for it- tim
ber or liUnie than for agricultural jmn0. and
ti eatatilirh bi cIhiiii io ail lanil I .el i in- t tie
Recinl-T and I'.eeejver of tliih oflice at Koaebun;
Oregon, on Friday, tbe 2"tli day of Octobel
HtiUMi' tiltnenai-a: John Ii. Hale, itich
aril Miih-rt Wi'.-iaiu Hammond, .. ('. Brown
all of (rianU 1'in.". r-eoii. Any and nil tier
mii rla-m.r.ir ml-r-ly the above -ii.-eriiK'd
la mis are rviueMed to lib their etiiinm in iblp
ortiee on or before sai l Jiih dnv ol x-tober, ll'.'J.
J. 1. BKIJX.E.S
U ont of ordir ti you hava the aymptonn
numerated on thla chart. Yo can Bo cured
without the aid of Calomel, Blua Masa or
Quinine. They are minerals and are apt to
poison the blood. Why not add your name
to the already Urso lint of po-iple cured by
Hl'DYANi IIVDVASf ha cured 10,000 oth
trs and It will euro you. BTDYAN U the
freatcst vegetable remedy of the century anrl
will relieve all lb' folloarlnf ijmptoma :
lUDYA.X cm be had of all drug(ilta lot
Kniita rr ptiekase.
POINTS OF WEAKNESS:
- 1. BILI0TJ3 11EAD-
( rT.M ACHE- Relieved t'y
V 2 3. JAUNDICE OF
THE EYES. KUO
YAH will cane the yet
liw nes todispar and
the niirmal.healtby cotoi
4. COATED TONGUE.
inn nue and mak the
breath pun af-i aAfct.
6. TE?JDKHNE3S AND PAIN IN
THE ST03IACU, DUE TO INDIGES
TION. HUDYAN c'er the atomach of
tha cxeevaol I. ii.-, relieve tbe pain and cause
the food to le perfeelly disisl-'d.
6. ENLARGEMENT OF THE LIVER.
HUDYAH wi.l lea-en the tni:.qos-.ion and re
dute the liver to lt normal izc.
I'.t'OYAX will cure aii the ebov ayrrp
tom and nil.e you e!l. 1m not dclr.y
lon-er. .tio to jour dniigii-r a! one and pro
cure a pa.Weof IIMV AN for "o r-:i: cr
.... f.ir f '.'.I. If yrur druizi't dea not
keep it.aend dire t to the IllOYAN KKJI
HOY t'OSIPANV, San Kranrivo, callfurnla.
If von are no! !itiet wiih the e!Iic;, re
tiirn the empty HtUVAX Ux and we will
return your money. Kcmember that you can
consult the HUDYAN DOCTORS
KtlEK. Call and ee the do-.tori. You maj
call and -e them, or write, ai you deaire
HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY,
Car. Stockton. Marfcat and Elba Sta ,
Saa Fraaeiaea, Cat.
O RAM COX
! E.AS T -
! Hi tll''ce tiana-
till mift :rl
a . -TT - i ..-Sit I att. . .
C1L1SE & SANBORN, Importers,
I'or Sale by
Mrs. N. Boyd,
Choice, Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Corner Jacksuii and
j ' J-1-
liUUtlllg tttei. tear aiitl cougars, bd
in tho va.letf g-iHife. ijuail, plieasants
and fodow tlii stream. ( r trout. There
could not b-j a more p-rlrc. rretut, even
were the tpjeslion of I lie heallb-rcfturing
i quail ies of the spungs taken out of con
aideration. Ihe mrroundiug are grand
and picturesque, while one tied tn art
Studio in the hotel it If, the walls of
which are lined with paimicg oui the
most uoted artists, aud a large number
of which ate the woiks cf Mri. IVjewell
herself, which will staud coaipa-ie u
with that o( artibU of national reputa
tion. ThotewhoLayo tested the waters of
these springs bear testimony to their
health-restoring naltlies and as tbey
become the popular resort for the altlict
ed. Captain and Mrs. Baswel! are ever
ready to add to the pleasure cf their
goeets. Tbe foMoaing .it the otlk-ial
analysis of the w ater per gallon aa made
by l'rof. Arthur Lochtnan, I'll. D. pro
fessor of chemistry of the State Univer
sity of Oregon, on the S'-b of Sept. l&tt:
Potassium chLride, 545.4 grains;
potassium Ironside, 0-37 grains, potas
sium iodine,t0o3 gruius ; sodium chloride,
211.7 grains; magnesium chloride, 10.1
grains ; calcium chloride, H3'j-A. graics;
calcium criona !e, VJ.O grains; iron car
bjnate, trac'i; other cooititunts ap
proxtin, .23. lVrt'and Dispatch.
t uiium Lin
THE DtRE'T kOCTKT
Colorado and all
tiiifa choice of la-i favorite loulca, via tiic
UNION PACinO Kat Mail Line, or tbe
KIOtlitANUE J-ceuic Lima.
Hut we will save you 50c
or more on ever- 100 rods of
Chicago Kansas City
Lowest Rates to all
Ou:au tteaintra leave PiJilUad eer7
rileaniera monthly from Portland to Yoko
h-jina an iloiif Kos- In connection with tb
O R- V.
or full details call ub or addiesa
JOHN F. GIVASS, Aget.
ItoM burjj, Oregon.
W. II. IIIKLBVRT,
O. R. M.
rortland , Orcsrj.
BARB WIRE -FENCE.
See the M. M. S. Pcullryfeucc, Strongest and Best
at a less price thau Commou Poultry Netting.
Railroad Time Table.
NjnhoJDc! Boseburg local, J o. 17
deparbi 7 :G0 a. m. .
Southboan I Eoeeburg local, -o. 18,
airivei 50 p. n?.
Northbound overland, 5o. 5, ax
rives 10:35 a. in.; departs 10:45 a. b.
Soothboond overland. No. 6, arrirw
4 :lo a. m. ; deparu 4 :23 a. rr.
NorlLboan I fiat tbroogh freight. So
1, arrives 4:10 p. m.; departs 5:0 p.
Southbound fast through freight, 2Te
3, arrives 7:00 a. m. ; Jeputa 8."0Q a
Northbound mixed train No. amiss
at 255 p. m., Sundays, Wednesdayi and
Fridays, departs 9 :00 a. m.. 3IxtdaTs
Tharsdays and Saturdays.
booth boand mixed tram 20. TM ar
rives at 3 :00 p.m.. on bundava. Moo.
days and Fridays, depart! 7:13 a. ra.
Mondays. Thursdays and galoraaya.
bwk at the time
days to Salt Lake
days to Denver
days to Chicago
days to New York
Free neclloluic ciialr cars, Vp
liolHtcred Tourist SleeplUK
Cars, Pullman Palace Steep
iojc Cars operated on all
Kjr further iuforma'ier apply l
J. F. OIVANS, Agt., Boseburg.
. O. Terry,
W. E. Coman,
TrsT. t'sat. Act.
Ut Third St
Foil a: d Or.
'- K--all tia forma, bik
X !, f -'-cijfii'aeaaea. Nervoua
f ' ":-5;X ty. Impotency.
- r . f. rial W eakncaa hii
Digests what you eat.
ItartificiallydiK--itlio food and aids
Nature in Mif-iiutlienino; and recon
structing tli ,xli;itit''d digestive or
pane. Itithc. t-t-t discovered dipest
antand tonii-. St nthcr TUfpar.'ition
can aMimneli it. in ftJicir-nry. Jt-ln-ptantly
rli;vo,T!id ,wunainnt.ly cures
Dysrxii-ia. Indn'cstion. Ucartbuin.
rail to conault him end receive the beu- l.t ol f laitllOllce, NUIT M'lIIIlll'll, . JSaUSCa.
I sis neat akui and experience, i he do tor eim-a : sickllcadaclio.Ga-t ulcia.CraniDs and
when oibers fail. Try bim. ,ure auaraiiie.-i f , .'
SaUonAriiTd "l hnU'V- C,'areWrC'",,,KN
tlSSirix'- 'irnR0N' f "m' M' F"n I - ''V A. C. Marstern & Cc.
A Filipino Uenerars' Offer.
A nut very credible, yet by to means
impossible, story, that Geueral 1'io del
l'ilar has made proposals to (General
Otis lo sell ont, and deliver up his army
f jr the medtst miu of JdO.OOO, cr for
500,(.Hkl with Aguicaldo included, comes
frorr. "Manila. Its plausibility lies in the
tha-acter of Filipino "generals" that is
expjees. l'ilar knows Aguinaldo sold
out to Spain, and beiievss be would sell
out Fgain to the United States if he were
oil'ered a great sum ; hence be thinks be
will bo first with a liberal offer. As to
patriotism, and battling for liberty,"
anJ all that, about which the "aunties"
prate so much, "Geueral" l'ilar knows
no cm h noble sentimeuts. The insur
rection is that of Aguinaldo and a junta
of hypociitee and speculators, who are
"out for the Huff," whether they win or
lose, and this "general'' ihiuks he might
do a little busineeH on his own account.
N sitter ia it very remarkable if be really
thin'. 8 that such a proposition niicht be
entertained. We settled with Spain
witL nionsy. We pacified the Cuban
army, or attempted to do bo, with
money. We. proposed to the Filipinos to
surrender their gun for money. It ia
no won ler if this mercenary "general"
thinks that Americans will entertain any
kind of a money proposition.
He Kept His Church
tain Miss S, a,''
It was rutijrsed in the city of Frovi-
ilenc-! awiiilr ' 3 that Ihe pastor of the
rag about to marrv a cer-
autiful societv woman.
but belonging naAbe Episcopal church,
sjys Life. The good people of the past
or's church talked it over and came lo
the com bn-ion that he might choose
moien ixely. Finally, it was left to the
f!.li r i In wait upon and expostulate with
They visited ami expressed to hiui the
fe' lings of the church. Tho pastor lis
tened patiently until Ihey were through
and then laconically remarked: "(!en
tlemen, there is more than one Congre
gational church in tho world; there is
but ono Mtos 8." 1 to kept hifl church.
Married, at the residence of the bride's
parents near this city, Wednesday. Oct.
IS. IS?.-, Mr. Wdbert Koaa and Miss
Invitations are out announcing the
t. olden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. W.1I.
Wilson, which will occur at their resi
dence near Yonca'.la, Sunday. -
Pres. J. B. Walker went to (irants
Pass yesterday to taka part tn the Jose
phine county teachers' institute.
Mrs. Allie Young, o Roscbuig, ar
rived here Sunday for an extended visit
with relatives and many friends.
Victor L. Low has received his rertifl-
cate aa registered pharmaceutist, from
the regon State Bjard of Pharmacy, by
whom lie was examined 00 th 3rd, in
Mrs. M. K. Itoonry stopped olfat this
place Monday for a rief vMl with her
sister, Mrs. W. F. Colviu. Mis. Kooney
has spent tbe past summer in FteUrn
Oregot, and was on her way to her for
mer home at Myrtlo Creek.
Alex Ensley and daughter, Miss Myr
tle, were in Portland last wetk to secure
the services of a skillful oculist. Mies
Myrtle has had cootiderable trouble
with bt r eyes lately, but with the aid cf
proper glasses tbe doctors say sbe will
in a few years entirely recover.
Mies Carrie Gardner stopped off at
tbio placo a few days ago for a brief yieit
before leaving for Merrill, Klamath
county, where she will visit with her
brother and wi(, Mr. -.aud Mrs. K. II
uardner. in a letter ot recent dale we
learn that she has reached her destina-
.) ick Frost visited us last week and
done considerable damage to garden veg-
ettbles; cucarnoer anJ tomatos vines
arealinos', if not entirely killed. How
eyer, we have bad an unusual teason
this year and needn't be surprised if we
have the ref-t of our summer in Ieiem-
Mies Cornelia Lawson and brother.
Master Car!, arrived here on Friday s
stage from the Umpqua Life Saving sta
tion. Miss Laweon was on her way to
attend the St. Mary's Academy at Jack
sonville, while Master Carl will enter the
Boseburg public school. Miss Lawson
attended tho C. O. 8. N. S. two years
ago and hss many friends in this city.
Tbe 1 ilk ton correspondent says : Prof.
Mtilkey had the misfortune to break his
arm last Monday wble trying to tack
large ioip to the wall in tbe school bouee
he fell in such a way as to break one of
his v, ii-t bones. The arm was set and
it is hoped lie w ill recover soon. Mies
Nellie Mulkey will take his plare in the
scuool room until 1:0 ia able to resume
The government apparently contem
plates sending back to Canada the Creek
Indians who are wandering about Montana.
out. Aid la Uk iaasr
Mir Mt bsssl. ftlro BUM-
' rar. cxTnr ar tr it a
at T-r.r rsnrt cipTT of
Wasius it f.mv siiwi'y
saiiJsiaaf isari. m tvf
tT l--r r in. tx? rnjnO
Viv5 tEACTiKL VttlTtlMWEI
fT t ettf
rnt ssr artHstl
a4 1 airs a rstrr.
f - r-nr-. r'nTtf I
xcrjs,i 14 to
O rat,t I t.r -h
. mile, this
CAPE 15 LA
FOR FALL and
sra H mn staHsrMM
nth in.-v. I r.r rrrr fiii -rr. I'-nv-l. air-c
f .'M. I rffarr niar a4 Ury lmrmwttmr. rruti-
,1 ..,.! w.Ili fc lle fr ttlHr tap
.-. -;ia i:.rr r'- cellar with rowfol
irl.cr mir laracsasjt r.tl tt rrr
Churchill & Woolley's.
IT Tl -rHr
h . 1 ii -
Wc own and occupy the tallest mercantile builjins tn the world. We have
over a.ooo.oue customers. b:xtr?n hundred clrrs are coaatantly
engaged fcliij tut-cf-iewn orders.
CUR GENERAL CATALOGUE is the took or the pecp'.e t qcoU
Wholesale Prices to Everybody, his over l.oco paes. xO.cw ilIutrt;or.s, &nd
6o.oajc descriptions ef articles w:th prices. It costs j cents to print and rr.aii
each cop?- We wart yoa to have one. SEND FIFTEEN CENTS to show
your Rood faith, and we'll send y?u a copy FREE, with a.i charges prepiid.
.MONTGOMERY WARD & G0 'V53sAci;so,,St"t'
I'Bited Stalea Lan.1 OBxe.
KoKBra.i. Or.. rieDL L MS.
To horn it mar concern:
Notice is hrrrbT :tch that t be Omn and
California Kaiimad Co. baafllcrl ia lauoCeaa
I lit ot laii: situated in tbe tow nam p deaenbed
b.-low, .ad baa applied for a patent lor saUal
'nda: tbat tbe : oiq to tbe pablie tor la
apectioo and a (viv thereof bv deaenrHivs aub
d viaiona, baa ta poMef ia a eoarenietu
piace ia this ofrirc, fur the uuracetios ol aii
F rona in trctrd and ! the fMiblie miBlly-:
Sie.ihof le line and Ueat of Vi iilaaattts
Lot X See ii.
N! N t t aud iWU SEJ !w 1.
T .1). R . - .
4SE4. Stc 7.
E1 j Sa'Stf T.
iihiii tbautil aixirdars foUvarias the data
of thia riice, Motraoreraioita aaia la
claim of the company to any tract a anbdivtaa.
ion witbin anv aeetioa or part ot secsiaa. aa-K-ribed
ia tbe li-t, on the ground that I be aaaaa
ia mora valuable for mitral Uiaa for aarriaai
turai parpocrN ill be rev-ei ved and noted aar
report to the General Land Office at Waaaiaa
!d,D.C. J. T. BSUDtiES,
. H. BOO IE.
SEARS. ROEBUCK ACO..C
cacara, kirVva a . an taanaaaij raiw
Administrator's Sale of
In Hie County Court of the Mate ot Ctegen in
and fur Doutrlaa Cmitilr. In the uiat'.ri ol
the ealate vl Karl Kiiumci.d.iea-ed.
Notice la hervtiv given tin purMuut tn au
order of tho almve ciitill-l court made and en
tered In the records f "aid court 011 the .'ith day
of September, 1 M. The uuiteraicued almln:a
tr.itrix anil admini-trator will on and after the
tub day of Oclotier. 1W, rvH"eed toaetl the
(oi;i ilescrited n-al pr-N-rty Ix-loniiiiii; to
aaid ettale at priv ate Mile, on the prcmUea near
the Uiun ol L'Hnyonvillc, boticla cxiutv. Ore
toil. to it Beuinuini; at a point 1M chaina
North, and 3'.7 chains weat of ttie iiarter
ae lion Htou the line between aecumis J"
and 21 in ton uahip CO. louth ranee j neat, W.
M., running thenee wcat l.VKi t haina, theoee
aouth ' chains, tticui c weal 15ehaln, thcuee
auih V c'haina, I hence caat ;V. to cliaina, thenee
north '." chains to plncc of Ih (tinning. The
aaine Ix-inc vart nf William l'n-aiuii a donation
claim. No. It ami containing ZIZ acres more or
lea, fir caali ill liaitvd.
Hated tUia i'th dav of Scptcmlter. . 1 .
OEO. W. CAKTEK.
Notice for Publication.
I'nitkd Sr ateh Land Ot rn k.
Hoaehurv, nrennu, rx-pteiuber 1.'. tMli.
Notice la heretic gieu that the following,
named settler haaiiled notice of bis inteution to
make flnnl pnof in nupixirt el lua claim, and
that aald proof will le made Im Tii.t the Kcgi.ter
and Receiver, V. C. Ijiud Otliee, at KoM.burg.
Oregon, on Oct. 2J. l";".i. viz:
on his H. E. No. Mir., for ttie NE1,,
Section l. Township : 8.. R. Weal, lie
names the following wltncaaes to prove hia con
tinuous rcaMcncc upon and cultivation of said
land, vijt: William Moore. W 111 in 111 Murray, A.
Coon, Hvron Carry all otCamna Vnllev. tiregon.
County Treasurer's Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all pirtics
holdiim Douglas county warrants in
dorsed prior to and including March 10,
lSW.to present the same at the treasurer's
office at the Douglas County bank for
payment, as interest will cease thereon
after the date of this notice.
Dated this the lSihdavof Sep'emler
18W, at the City, of Rosebnrj, Oregon.
; IjEJ. V. DlMMKK,
Cevt Treasurer, DoukUb County, Or
NOTICE IS HEREBY I.1VEU THAT THE
lilideraiirud wason tlio '.'nil dnv of Oct.
1 ;!'. dulv amiohileil administrator of the eatale
of Samuel Turner dei eased. All persons hav
ing claims against aaid csIhIc are hereby re
quired to present the same, properly verified, to
thcaald administrator at Scottliirg, DnuuUs
CountT. Oregon, within six men 1 ha from the
lated tills .Mil dar of October. IS'. '.".
W llXIAM J. DUKCHARD,
Administrator ol tho cainte of hnm
T u rner, deceased. y u
Triumph Prune Grader
F01 Grccii and dried Prunes.
Compact, Practical, Accurate.
Scnc for circulars aud testimonials to
Patentee aud Manufacturer, Salem, Oregon.
Noah & Linfars,
General Blacksmiths and Wagon Hakers.
Repair Work and Horseshoeing! a Specialty.
shop on Jackson si near t'er
Rose burg, Oregon,
agi-a. 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. G. MARSTERS & GO.
r r 1 1 .
I . DcricUlLK
Notice of Final Settlement,
In the County Court ot tbe Suite ot Orcsjoo. Is
tbe estate ot DaTid Cresot,
and ior the County ol Douglas:
in loe matter 01 1
Sotice is berebr riven that the naderairaed
admini-lrator .( tbe abova laiml p.1.1 i
iticd in aaid court bis boat account in the settia
mem t Vreof. and that aaid conn. h. w ai
made and entered In the JtjnfTr-mmal. baa
titcl Monday, Ihe tilh day of ata.J.tcT, IKJ9, at
tne bouroi loo'ciork a. duot Mdkar, tha sard
.lay b. iu? tbe f nal day of the reguiar Notsjsb
bcr, term ol aaid court to hear obiectiens,
ii auy there I, to said tiual account and aeUie
n-.enl of said otaie.
Da led at Foeburg, Oregon, this Ssth daj
Notice for Publication.
rMTTO srAias LasDOrnia.
Koscbunr. Oregon, Sepu-niber , 1SSH.
olice is hereby given that the follow uif
naraed witter has filed notloa ol hia tatasttoa
to make linal proi in support of hia claim, aad
thai aid proot will be made before tbr EcetstLC
and Receiver C. s. Laud Orhca rat KoaetrWraL
Orcvon, on No' ember '., 1S, via: "
ARTHUR F. DCNCAX.
& 4,.-V... A p. C, A. . 1. xia I
the following witnesses to prove his conttouotat
residence upon and cultivation ot raid laad,
vl: Edward l evulett, Jehu t book. Jual Coat,
Cvtc All ol Ovkiataiitl, Orvft'O.
, , J.T. BRIDGES,
Notice For PublicTX
UNITED STA TE8 LAND OEyiJ
. , KosKBi a.:, aim. Auristai,!.
Notice ! hereby given that tha fuMwing
uauicM settler has filed notice of hia iureuiloaa
:o mak e final proof in support of hia claim, aaat
that said proof will I5 uiada beiora tha Regia
tcrana Receiver, raff'ad State Land Office at
Kcscbin, cre.. oqecstober T. 1.W, via
on H. E.. So. r-Tls for the N'j V&i Sei M, T.
- c " a ... lie uaniea ue tuiauwtaa
witnesses to proxe hia eonlinnou.
iiwii aim cuiuvauon 01 sain iaad, vi3 ajaorfa
""""i nomas ivarv 01 v nonr CnvgOB, aau
David McKay and 2. feiaugb, ol cakiaau.
"-t J HBBIDUFS. -
Notice of Final Settlement.
VOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THK
x uudenfirutHl. .lmiTiiir.r.t.r twMi.t..i
thark-s Lapoint deceased, haa tiled Ilia anal
account as such aduiiuUtrator in tue County
Court ior Douglas Couatv, Slate of Orafwu, ami
that said Court has set jl,iu.laT.
S. XNh, at the hour of It) o'clock a. 111. ol said day
t ihe court house in Roseburg. Doulaaconnty,
Mate of Oresiin, u the time and place for hear.
tug objection thereto and for the final setUe-
iiir'n oi iii estate.
Datec at R.setujfj. Oreseti, thia SOUx nay Ot
. s UtHATJT
AamiuUtrator of the Ks'ato'nf chartea'Ta.
point, deceased. fXCtTi
aNotice for Riiyication.
United Stitw'Land Offlee
K 1 1 Xf till r v llr . iti.t.mhii.ik I ...h.
. l. ,1. tiiuvi v. wj?.
l hereby niven that the following
titer haa riled notice of bis intenticur
Any Job Work done at
Reasonable u' ,.-
. . . Undertaker1 end Embalmer. $
to make linai jinnif in support of hiaclaim, and
that said proof will be made before the Register
ami Receiver, inueu Mates Land Orhca at
Koseburg, Oreiroti. on NovemN-r 7, 199. vix-
On his H. E No Tti.-y, ior the N' SE', BW'i
SE4, t-K', NVt See. It T.i8., R". 7 West. He
names (ho foilouing witnesses to prove hia
continuous residence urou .nd cultivation of -said
land, u: J aines Hildcburn, L. Hilde-
luirn, .it Rosx-burs, Oregon, T. F. Fisher, ol
Oinlla, Oregon, U. S. Nichols, ot Riddle, Oregon.