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The People's Store; Always the Cheapest.
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Now's the time
and Here's the Place.
We specially call your attention to our lines of Linens,
Doilies, Table Scarfs, Etc. The prices are right and will
please you from any point of view. A multitude of good
things for the Holidays in Collarettes, Fancy Skirts, Fas
cinators, Gloves, Etc. Seeing our full assortment is the
only method we know of that will convince you, that you
have made a mistake, in. not buying your goods from us,
We are showing an elegant line
of Holiday Novelties in Neck
wear, Fancy Shirts, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Muf
flers, Fancy Suspenders, Etc., and speaking about prices,
we are not only as low, but lower than other firms, whose
boast may be that they sell cheap. Goods and prices talk
for us. -
Our line of shoes is unsurpassed, we -sell and recommend
the well known Douglas Shoes for men, which(means ab
solutely the Best. Get into a pair of them and make your
feet glad. Pa' us a visit and; we promise to show you
more and better values than you will find elsewhere.
THE- PEOPLE'S STORE,
x I. ABRAHAM, Proprietor.
DECEMBER 14. 1S99.
For first-class tontiury
Little of Oakland.
g to Dr
A. T. Ambrose, one ot the old settlers
x of Yoncalla, U in the city, and Is re gir
tered at the Central.
Racking headaches, bleary eves, weik
new, noi in head. Hodyan cores.
All druggists, 53 cents.
A good black kid glove can be found at
tie Novelty Store lor $1.50. It N P.T
j oa to try our kid gloyes.
The s pecific remedy for troubles of the
blood, kidneys, stomach, liver, ia HoodV
Eireaparills, tbe great blood purifier.
When you come to Portland remem
ber and hare yoor teath fixed by Dr. M.
W. Davis. 16S.'S' First St. (j24)
Afierall otters fail to give yon satis
faction take yoor watch to J. T. Bryan
' and be Till make it ran for yoo. (oHJ)
Take a "squint" as yoo pass by
Churchill & Woolley. "See their win
dow display of silver ware and Eastman
A fine 65 C. G. Conn, cornet mcdey
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euio aiU norn, . curniaoea suver, gum
tipped, good as new. Only $23 at T. K.
Tbe Mail and Jacksonville Times have
snapped foremen, Mr. Hill going to Jack
sonville and Mr. Roach foxing to Med
ford. Medford Eye.
fTbe Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E.
Church have for sale carpet rags eeved
and wound. Call on Mrs. O. F. God
frey or Mrs. A. C. Maretes.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Marsters, who
were married last Sunday, in West Roee
burg, have moved into tbe Patterson
residence in North Roeeburg. -
The Misses Hasel and Ruth Patterson
went to Drain on tbe morning local Sat
urday, for a brief visit with their father, j
Friend, wbo is doing same brick work in j
Mrs. R. Ch archill, Berlin . Vt., says,
"Our baby was covered with running;
sores. De Witt's Witch Haxel Salve
cured her." A specific Tor piles and
f.fcin diseases. Beware of worthless
counterfeits. A. C. Marsters & Co. j
ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY!
will stop a cough at any time, and will
. care the. worst cold ia twelve boors, or
nVJ?v Refunded. 25 cts. and 50 eta.
For sale at Rapp'a drug store.
Flock & Dysinger have added a neat
tower to their sash and door factory.
This tower wis erected for tbe support of
a water tank which will be very eonveni
- f st in case of fire either in the factory or
the adjoinicg premises.
Rev. Isaac Dawson and brother, of
Eoaeburg, arrived in Grants Pass, on
Monday, to pack op bis household goods
a 3d books to ship to Y squint. They re
turned north' on Tuesday evening's train.
Oregon Mining Journal.
"1 kid dyspepsia fifty-seven years and
cever fonnd permanent relief till I need
Kodol Dysr-jwis Cure. Now I am wel
sad feel like anew man," writes S. J.
Iteming, Murray, Neb. It is the bee
diitastant known. Cures all forms of in-
iairestion. Fhysicians everywhere pre
cdibeit. A. C. Marsters & Co.
Hon. J. II. Booth, receiver of the
Roeeburg land office, made a short visit
with his relatives, arriving last Satur
lay evening and retaining Sondey. He
tame with his wife to this point, Mrs.
HKth continued on going tbroogh to
ah Jose, where she will attend the con
tf rvaUuy of music until spring. Oregon
A, E. & E. E. Eushoell, of Ten Mile,
were in town Friday.
For fine shoes ask for Dr. A. Reed's
cnBhionsboe, at Jneephson's.
Special sale of silk plushes for 33, 40, t
50 and 75 cents per yard at Joaepbson's.
A fine line of eprsy pumps at Church
ill & Woolley'e
Price reduced on Winchester rifles at
Cborcbill & Woollt-y V
Wanted To purchase a good panther
ekra. Eoquire at this office.
Pale, emaciated, I bin, weak Wo and
j women. Hudyan cores. All druggist.
k. . UTanneia oi uoies alley, was do- 50 cents.
" "u"'u" " iu x..- nti Jobn Ffke o(0ik Creek, made
j one of the
Bond, tbe watchmaker sells spectacles c...,.
at lowest prices and can fit them cor
rectly. Special sale ot children's ecailet all-
Thetownwaa rather quiet Saturday. ! wo? ondM' ' Bts per garment
k ..: a u;u ... - ' st Josepbeon'e.
passing throng in the city
Sciata, despondency, locomotor ataxia,
paralysis. Hudyan cures. All drug
gisls. 50 cents.
County Clerk El RtckleS, of Coos
ccuntyhas tendered his resiguatioa oi
account of ill health.
You will find just what yoa want io a
pocket knife, out of that last consign
ment just received at Churchill t
E. DuGas. M. D member Board of
Pension Examiners. Office. Marsters
building residing corner Douglas and
Dr. Isabel Sedgwick has now secured
offices and residence at the S. E. corner
of Cass and Main streers in the home of
Mr. Geo. U. Churchill.
Mr. Henry Ridenour, of Melrose, was
io the city Saturday and started for Reno
Nevada Sunday morning, expecting to
visit there for two or three months.
,. J. B. Clerk, Peoria, 111., says, "Sor
geooa wanted to operate on me for piles,
but I cored them with DeWitt's Witch
Hatel Salve." It is infallible for piles
and skin diseases. Beware of counter
feits. A. C. Marsters k Co.
If you overlook us you have made
mistake. We are the people yon are:
looiicg forj we bave tbem. Low prices
are at our store. Rice & Rick,
Mr. J. Sheer. Sedalia, Mo., saved bis
child's life by One Minute Cough Cure.
Doctors bad given her op to die with
croc p. Ii'a an infallible cure for coughs.
colds, grippe, pneumonis, bronchitis and
throat and lung trouble. Relieves at
once. A. C. Marsters & Co.
It takes bat a minute to overcome
tickling ia tbe throat and to stop a
cough by tbe nee of One Minute Cough
Cure. This remedy quickly cures all
forms of throat and lung troubles.
Harmless and pleasant to take. It pre
vents conaumption. A famous specific
for grippe and its after effects. A. C.
Marsters & Co.
MOKl TEA POSITIVELY CURES
sick headache, indigestion and constipa
eioa. A delightful herb drink. Re
moves all eruptions of tbe skin, produc
ing a perfect complexion, or money re
funded. 25cts. and 50 cts. M. F. Rapp,
Jibt Received. A large line of string
instruments, violins, mandolins, guitars,
banjos, also a large stock ot smaller in
struments. Violins from $4 np. Mando
lins from $7 np. Accordions $2 to $10.
Other initruments in propsrtion. Greet
value in these inetruments. See them
st T. K. Richardson's.
Richard Bland and Joseph Dickey,
two well known railroad men here, suc
cessfully passed examinations as engi
neers yesterday. R. M. Foster, master
mechanic, conducted the technical part
of tbe examination, and Chief Dispatch
er Morris questioned tham as ta their
knowledge of the rules and regulations
of the S. P. company. Ashland Tidings.
S. D. Chapman, one of the county's
progressive farmers and itocimen.
in tbe city Saturday.
Either chickens or turkeys cm
batched in a Peteluma Iocuta or.
tbem at Churchill & WcolleyV.
Do yon know a bargain when you see
it? They are looking you straight in
tbe eyes when you are in our store.
Rice & R:cs.
Tbe Day placer mine of O'.alla is ran
ning at its fall capacity tnis winter and
w:ll probably make a good showing fcr
Just see tie money you could have
made if yoa had bought an incubator
last season. Talk with Churchill &
DeWitt's Little Early Risers purify
the blood, clesn the liver, invigorate
the system. Famous little pills for con
stipation and liver troubles. A. C
Marsters & Co.
Mrs. Geo. Hoover of Portland, passed
through Roeeburg one day last week and
(topped effone day to visit friends in
Luther Cole ct Gravel Ford, Coca
county, a youth aoont 10 tears of as?,
was drowned a few days ao while at
tempting to croes tbe river.
Miss Annie E. Gonuijg, Tyre, Mich.,
says, "I suffered a long time from dys
pepsia; lost flesh and became very trees'
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure com pletely cured
me." It digests whst yoo est and cores
all lorms of stomach trouble. It never
fails to. give immediate relief ia the
worst cases. A. v. 31 arsters S Co.
Hon. Phn Cooper was a caller at tLia
office Saturday and took occasion to chip
io a year's subscription to help us along.
Yonr Uncle Plin stands by tbe old relia
ble Plaixdealxb. He says he seldom if
ever saw better prospects for good crops
"I was nearly dea l with dyspepsia,
tried doctors, yisited mineral springs,
and grew worse. I need Kodol Dycyep
si a Cure. That cured me." It digests
what yon eat. Cures indigestion, sour
stomach, heartburn and all forms of
dyspepsia. A. C. Marsters A Co.
W. J. Brand the contractor, ia rai.idlv
, -- r
completing tbe residence of L. M. Par-
rott on Mill St. This is a seat eubetan
tial five-room cottage, plastered tbrongh
out and wnen noisned will be a cozy
home for whoever is fortunate enough to
ACKERS' DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
are sold on a positive guarantee. Cures
heart burn, raising of tbe food, distress
after esting or any form of dyspepeia
One little tablet gives immediate relie
25 cts. and 50 cts. . For sale at M. F
Rapp's drug atore.
Pioneer Woman Dead.
Mre. I. F. Rice died at the family
home in this city at 12 o'e'eck, mid
night cf Thursday, Deuimbir 14, 1393.
Miss Martha Bra m let was born in the
Btato of Tenne Bse?, Atril 14, 183S, and In
18o3,in company with ber father's family
started across tbe thins for tbe Pacific
coast. While on the road both her fath
er and mother died ot cholera, leading
ber practically among strangers, but Ihe
sturdy pioneers of those days were not of
the kind to leive an orphan without car,
and kind friends took charge of her wel
fare aud she came to Oregon with those
friends and settled near Oakland, io this
county. Un the 5th day of April, 1654,
at tbe old Street Rice homestead, near
Oakland, she was mirried to Mr. Ica F.
Rice, who wm also one of Douglas coun
ty's e:rly pioneers. The young people
began lifn together oy etobIiftli in a
horns north of Oakland where, they
lived for inauy rears before, coming to
Three children who survive lbs tnott
er, to join their tears wilh the stricken
hnsbmd snd father, are Napoleon and
Dexter Rice, well known and honortd
business men of Roseburg, and Mrs.
Graves, wife of Rosebnrg's popular pho
The funeral took place yesterday after
noon from the family residence, being
attended by a large concoursb of sorrow
ing friends, among whom weie the Na
tive Sons and Native Daughters, of the
Cabins at Roseburg. Tho interment
was at the Masonic cemetery. The fol
lowing members of J';o Line's Cibio of
Native Sons acting as pall fearers: O.
P. Csehow, JadiW llan.i'ton. Fred Z'g
ler, Joe Hykss, Storr Sh -ri La and Y d
ney Lon Ion. Kwuat rvi er
conducted by Rev. Jjhn Dawsm, of ihd
Episcopal church. -
Mrr. R!ce was a loving. ender wo
manly w'fe and mcthtr. What more
couli we say in her commendation?
The married life of this excellent
woman and he'r honored husband, Hon.
let Rice, interwoven with the hiitory
of Douglas rcuuty, and her death, al
though a'. th end cf a long acd u fetal
life, removes still one more of the btnrdy
pioneers who helped baild a 3)ighty pop
ulous and influential empire on the Pa
cific Coast. She was cno of a
Classfast pasjing aay to ahom
th:s cation ia more deeply ii.deb:ed
thfir. Io th -so ho may hv conquered
atjrritiry by cocquett. If "tbe nan
whociuseatwo blades of gr) to grow
where but oa grew b.djre, is greater
than he who compete an army," bow
much more to be commended are tbe
men and women who conqnerel a wil
der n ss.
Loved onei will erect mnuaieuts of
granite and marble to ia memory ot tbeee
pioneer?, but they have builded for
themselves monuments mora lasting, in
the ciliej and villages, orchards and
vineyards, which beautify the Lnd.
The tendreet sympa'by cf a host of
friends toes out to the stricken hus
band, eons and daughter of a noble wo
mau wbo bas gone to ber reward.
oo in Cash
Commencing with November ist, vye will give with each $1.00
cash purchase, a chance at the $50.00 prize, which we will give
S to the person holding the lucky number. The drawing will
take place on Jan. ist, 1900.
. Our prices on- .
E Ladies' and Men's furnishings, Millinery, Boots, Shoes and Hats
Are right, as are those in our other departments, and inspec-
tion will convince you that w
ers promptly filled. Send for
emean wnau we
say. Mail drd-
301 and 303 Jackson St. Roseburg, Oregon. 3
Wood Choppers Wanted.
Near tunnel 7, six miles north of Glen
dale. Will pay $1.15 per cord, cash
AH winter job. Address or apply to
There will be a grand Xmas ball given
by tbe R. K. Dancing Club, Deceniter
Wanted The address cf some one
convenient t Roseburg, wbo will dress
bear skins for regs. Notify Ibis office.
Mr. Parmentier and famt'y cf Ola.'la
this county, wiil.probab'y remove to Se
attle, Washington, tj make Ihtir Lou. a
XI re. I). 13. Kotseli returned Sunday
eveuiDjf, from a few days viait with
her patents in Achland. Mail, Med-ford.
Mits Vida Mathews of Wilbur, who
has been ia Colorado for eome montos
for the teneCi, of her health, is uocb.
Mies Jennie liuick. of Rosebnrg, ar
rived in Med lord, Wednesday morning,
for a few days visit ailh Station Agent
W. V. Linnicottand famil. Mail. Med
It is reported that tho late run at ths
Beekman & II offer mill, on rock taken
from their ledges on Jackson creek, re
sulted in a cleanup cf something like
$900. Medford Mail.
uarry JJcUiaiien, ot Kcseburg, came
up 00 Monday's train, in tke interest of
the Native Sons. lie went to Ashland
and will be in Southern Oregon for sever
al daye. Medtcrd MaiL
Win. M. Colvig, cenior member of the
law firm of Colvig & Reaines, wbo went
to Roeeburg the first of last week on
profeetional busi ne8, returned home on
Friiay morning's train. Medford
Tho friends of Miea Abbie Parrolt will
bs pleased to learn that through the
kindness of Lion. Dinger Herman she
has been given a cleikship in the U. S.
land office at Tuccon, Arizona, where (he
is lesiding fcr the benefit of ber hcltab.
Prosecuting Attorney Goo. Brown was
called to Yoncalla this morning to sp
peat for the stste againet one Collins
charged with stealing cattle. This man
Collins seems to' have been associsted
with Wetzel, who is insane and tried to
commit suicide a few days ag near
Mackintoshes, Boots, Cliildreu and Ladies' Wool Underwear,
Men's Underwear, Flannellette Night Gowns, Wool Hosiery,
Wrappers, Dress Skirts, Petticoats, Blankets, Clothing,
JC7 Hats, Etc..
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S is a food medicine for the
V baby that is thin and not v
V usll nmrrUkerl anrl fnr the M
V mother whose milk does
M not nourish the babv.
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It is equally guuu iui uk 9
hfwt np oirl whn k thin and Jf
I7 j ...n r.uJ
w paie ana not wen uuui outu
V by their food; also for the V
anamic or consumptive $
DO YOU WANT
Good Service, Good Goods, and Good Prices
During the Holidays?
Have us call twice or three times a week for your
orders, if you are within the city limits.
Drop us a postal card or 'Phone 201.
Call in andsee our Fancy Decorated
Haviland China and other China Ware.
J. F. BARKER & GO.
HOW CHARLES IV. BABCOCK
Proprietor Lyceum Shell Oy ten Parlor, of Rochester, ftmYm
Obtmlned $2,OQQ Life Insurance Policy
" My business as proprietor of the Lyceum Shell Oyster Parlor. 24$ Main
street, Rochester. N. v.." writes Mr. Charles W. Babcoct, "was so confining
that my lungs became affected. My doctor told me I'd have to leave the store
ana go to woric at some
tbicRoatdoors. He said
my lungs were in bad
shape, and I knew it
just as well as he did.
The trouble had been
growing; on me for a
long time. Like most
other people. I tried to
make myself believe
the trouble was cot in
the lungs. I called it v o
stomach trouble or ner "- vv
vous disorder, but I
kept coughing, spitting;
and wasting away right
along. I lost in weight,
falling from 140 to 113
pounds. Somehow or
other. I got hold of Ack
er's English Remedv
for Throat and Lung Troubles, and after taking it according to directions, I was
as well as any mas in Mew York State. I was healthier and stronger than be
fore I took the cold which ca:sa so near killing me. I now weigh 150 pounds
ten pounds more than ever. After recovering, I applied for a life insurance
policy. When the doctor I rr.n examining roc, I was afraid he would discover
that my lungs had oikc ixea r.Sfcctcd. but he didn't. I passed -all right, and
was pronounced in a first-c'as condition. If that isn't proof of the most posi
tive kind that Acker's Krglish Remedy is a great medicine. I don't know what
yon call proof. I give i-. my ra:-mrst endorsement. My address is gives above.
Anyone who wishes may write nie personally about my case."
Sold at 35c. 50c. and $t a bottle, throughout the United States and Canada;
cud ia England, at is. :d.. 3d., js. 6d. If you are not satisfied after buying,
rctnrn the bottlo to yoar druggist, and get ycur money back.
ft Witherix f. civrt .:n::..Vr-. II". . lirOkEK fr CV-, Vifrirtar, Ae 1 jre.
For sale by M. F. Rapp, Druggist.
The Ladies Aid Society will hold a
church fair and military bazaar, in the
Edsnbover school house, Tuesday, Dec.
19, 1S99. Doors open at 1 p. to. and
continuing open all afternoon and even
ing. Military dinner and lanch will be
served; menu baked beans, brown bread
and coffee, pie and cheese. Bazaar,
fancy and nsefal articles suitable for
domestic purposes, Christmas presents
and ete. Proceeds to furnish tbe (new)
Betbany M. E. church. Come one and
all, and help os in this good canse.
Mas. Lccy Owls,
Graham Post No. 76 ti. A. R.
ComnianJor E. D. Howell and Qur
ter-Jias!er J. W. Wright of Keno Post,
G A. E.t of this cilv, went to Canyon
ville, Tueeday evening of last week, and
organised rO. A. K. post at that place,
with the following officers:
Coniuindt'r, Jobn L Casto: r. V. C,
Wm. T. Ldy; Jr. V. C, Lewis Ash;
A , James O. Pierce; Q. M., James A.
Pool; Sergt., Xoah St. John; Chaplain.
Wm. Graham; O. of D., Isaac D. Evans;
O. of G., Wm. Flook ; O.. M. Sergt., G. W
1 1 1 BIB;
V aHnlr that U ot ntf Flh V
- - w j y
V In fact, for all conditions V
of wasting, it is the food
V medicine that will nounsn ir
and build up the body and
give new lite and energy g
when all other means fail.
Should be taken in summer aa V
well aa winter. S
w 50C. ana 91.00, u urufrgia. w
errtTT L nrtWVT rh.mult K.uVnrl(. S
That is whylour business has more than
thribbled in4the pat year. We started
with the belief that a pleased customer
would be our best advertisement and
such has proved to be the case.
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DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, FURNISH
ING GOODS, FANCY GOODS, NO
TIONS, RUBBER BOOTS, " OIL
Agents for the Salem Woolen Mills Tailor Made
Clothing aud McCalls Bazar' Patterns.
C. I. K. STORE.
FISHER & BELLOWS.
STATE OF OREGON,
KXKITTTVB DWAiTMUTT. .
Saudi, November 21, ISW.
Io accordance with tbe provisions of an
act entitled J'An act enbinitting to the
electors of tbe .State of Oregon at the gen
eral election to be held on the first Mon
day in Jane, l'JOO, the pending proposed
constitutional amendments,'' approved
Feoroary 13, 1899, 1, T. T. Geer, Gover
nor of the Statu of Oregoo, do hereby
cause the following proposed amend
mcLta to the constitution of the State of
Oregon, as certified to by the Secretary
of State, to be published for five cocsec-
ntire weeks in "Tie Eosebnrg Plaw-
dealik," newspaper published in the
Second Judicial District of the State of
Done at tbe Capitol,
)rij ) at Salem, Oregon, this
( J twenty-first day oi Sov-
. ember, A. D. 1399.
T. T. GEEB,
By the Governor: Governor.
F. I. Dt SBAB,
Secretary of State.
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION No. 4
Be it resolved by the Senate, the
Bouse concurring, That tbe following
amendment to the Constitution J tbe
State of Oregon be and is hereby pro
"That Section 10 of Article XI of the
Constitution of the State of Oregon be
and the same la hereby abrogated and ia
lien thereof Section 10 of Article XI shall
be as follows:
"Section 10. No county, city, town
school district or other mnnkipal corpo
ration shall be ollowed to berome in
debted in any manner or for any par pee a
to an amount includi&g present existing"
indebtedness in the aggregate exceeding
five per centum on the value of tb tax
able property therein to be ascertained
by the last assessment for State and
Connty taxes previous to tbe inenniog
of socb indebtedness.
"Adopted by tbe Senate Jan. 30, lStf.
C. W. Fcltox.
President of tbe Senate.
"Concurred in bv the 1 loose Feb. 2,
VV. P. Kkady,
Speakei of the House.
"Adopted "jv the Senate Jan- 31, 1$J5.
Joe Km Simo.x,
President of the Senate.
"Concurred in by the House Feb. 4,
' Cii.vs. B. MooaKs,
Speaker of tbe House.
SENATE JOIST RESOLUTION No. 13.
Be it resolved by the Senate, the
House concurring: That the following
amendment to the constitution of the
Siate of Oregon, in lieu of Section Ten
of Article Seven (71 be and ths same is
hereby proposed, to wit:
"lbe Legislative Assembly may pro
vide for tbe election cf Supreme and Cir
cuit Judges in distinc: classes, one of
which classes shall consist of five Jus
tices of the Supreme Court, who shall
not perform circuit duty; and the other
clasa sball c insist of as many Circuit
Judges as ni-iy be deemed necessary ,
who (hall bold full terms without allot
ment, and wbo sball take the same oath
as the Supreme Jude.
"Tbe Legislative Assembly may create
as many Ciicoits as may bs necessary.
"Adopted by tbe Senate Feb. 15 1S93.
C. W. Fi lto.v,
President cf the Senate.
"Concurred in by the House Feb. 15,
W. P. Keady,
Speaker f the House.
"AdopUd by the ?colf Jan. 31, IS'Jj.
President of tbe Senate.
"Concurred in by the House Feb. 6,
CllAS. 1. MOORES,
Speaker of tbe House."
the State or preservation of the health o
its inhabitant, ii hereby declared to be
a public use and subject to the regula
tion and control of the State.
"Section 2.-"The rubt to appropriate
the unappropriated waters of any natural
stream to beneficial uses shall never be
"Section 3. The use of all waters bow '
appropriated for sale, rental or diatriba
tion, also of all waters oriyinally appro
priated for private use, but which, after
such appropriation, has heretofore been
or may hereafter Le sold, rented or dis
tributed, ia heteby declared to be a pub
lic use and subject to the regulation and
control of t',e State ia the manner pre
scribed by law. But tbe right to ose
land appropriate each watma aKall b
subject to socb provision of law for tbe
taking of private property for public or
private use aa provided is Section 13, Ar
ticle 1, of tbe (Jonstituiba of tbe State of
-Section 4. Tbe right to collect tax
es or cxapenratioo for the or of water,
snpplird to any county, city, town or
waUr district or inhabitants thereof, is s
iracchice, and cannot be exercised ex
cept bv authority of and fa a
prescribed by law. , -
"Adopted by tbe Hooe Feb. 15, ISM.
(Signed March 7, 1S93.)
W. P. KXADT.
Speaker of the House.
"Adapted by the Senate Feb. 17, 1833
(Signed March 23, 1893.)
President of tbe Senate. .
"Adopted oy the House Feb. 6. 1995.
Cuas. B. Uoouu,
Speaker of the Honee.
-Concurred in by the Senate Feb. 13,
President of the Senate.
HOUSE JOINT R E"-OLCTION NO. 2.
Proposing an amendment to the Con
stitution of the Scats of Oregon by re
pealing Section 35 of Article 1. .
"Rsoived by the Hoae, the Senate
cjrcuiring: That Section 35, of Article
1 cf the Coaptation be and hereby ia
"Adopted by the Uouae Jan. II, IJRJS.
W. P. Ksauy.
Speaker if the Hooae.
"Concurred ia by the Senate Jan. 30
C. W. Fl LTOX, .
President of the Seaate.
"Adored by the Hoax- Jan. JO, 1&J5.
Cuas. B. Monaaa,
Speaker ot the Hooae.
"C loiurrcd in by the Senate Feb. 12,
Pridtnt of the Senate."
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION N,k 10.
Resolved by the House, the Senate
concurring: That the following aiuemi
uient to tlie Cousiitution ot the Sinte of
Oregon be snd hereby ia proposed :
"That the Conatitntiou he amendt b
adding Articla l'J a? foliowc, to-wi' :
I RTI' LE xix
"Section I. The nccewury lue of
land lor lbe corttnu tion of r s.-rvi-in r
storage basins fur the purpose of irrigA
or f.r rights oi way for the oi-siniclum
ofcauaU, ditcbeo, tluniea i r ipea ti con
vey water to ti e place of usu (or any use
ful, beneficial, or necessary purpure, i r
(or drait'Mge or for draioatte f
mint's or Ihe workings there
of, rty means of loaiU, railroad-,
triituwaTc, cilia, tunnels, shatt, h'Uatii.g
i works, dump or otbsr necessary means
to their complete development or any
therr u-memnry ti tbe c em
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 7.
Bo U reeoived by the Senate, Ihe
House concuirirg: I'h't the following
amecdment toibe Constitu:ioa of ths
oiaie oi ireion oj anj it nereoy pro
"The elective irantliis in this Slate
sball not hereafter be proiiiiiited to any
citizen ou arcouut of srx.
"Adop'ed b th 8ruttf r'et. . 1805.
I'rerident of th .Sfoal.'.
"Adoptvil l y t:e Uou Feb ti. IS95.
I'h as. U. Mooaxa,
Speaker cf the House.
VAtIo;.trd t.y ti e SentM Jan. 31, 1SW.
T. a TAti.oa,
t'f e!it uf the SoirUs.
"Ad p e l y t;e H jjs- Jan. 31. W 99
M V. CaaTEB,
sL ,-k. r . f the Hoore."
U.NUKi) STAIES OF AMERICA
l'A i: .;- It EGOS, Otfiae otSecre
u y . I, F.I. DUNBAR. Sec-
it ry u; S . ( M.e State oJ Oregon,
un i Cut liju of the of Slate,
tin hereby ceriily hat I hv compared
Ihe rsedinc ctpy of Senate Joint
Revelation No. 4, cf the 'Legislative
Asvmbly cf 13!)3, "Municipal Indebt-
ilium Aucidnnt ;" Senate Joint
KetH'lu'i i N v 13 of tbe Legislative
Asfiu'"v IS.io. "Jndicinry Amead
iui.l ;" lI";- J :u- Ueao'uliou No. 10
.l tl- .-it.-tnv- Asecmhly of 1893.
IrriHii.ip Amiidient ;" Hou-e Joint
Kosnlittiou N . 'J i the Itilative As
semtily of 1SIW, "Ucp-aling Amend
inent ;" fli'l St-nti Joint keeo'iiticn
N". T ( ihe L"kir.la-ive AseoMy of
lSi'S, "Einal SotVrase Ameiidment,"
wih ori.i.ial copifs now on tiU ia iti'ta
:tlii'. and iho suue ia a rrec.i
trais'riH liviidroiu nr.d the wbole
IN' TESTIMONY AY HER EOF. I li-va
I t-reunto 8t mr Hand
f an. I inxet heet tbe
S. a', of lh. Stal of
. Or- i oo.
Dn at ihw Capiso!, at Sal; m, Oiegou,
thi-i Tl iid dy if November, A. D., 1S90.
F. I. DUNBAR,
fiocretary rf Sutu
a Bk il W Jll BaV fc Tm