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THE PLAIN DEALER.
FEBRUARY 22, 1900.
LOCAL BREVITIES. j
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at Churchill & i
Lawis Grant of Riddle was doing busi- j ,...
, . . ! Attorneys Coshow, Benson and illia
re?B in town yesterday. , , , .
.... ! went to Salem, Toerdsv, on legal busi-
A. S. Ba bnell and wife, of Ten Mi.e. :
w i ' "Cor.
were visiung in town, uesaay.
. i Cha. S!y of Mrrtlo Creek, killed a
Miss Joeephine Clark of MUlwxd, 8 i4;g0 female tar laet week which bad
in the city visiting with friends. ; tjjree cub?.
TheRoral Northwest and Barm-weekly j ScUu de.ponJeIlcVt locomo,01. ataxia
rLAiMALM both one year for only t- ; vuaJytSem iIadvan curee. AH drog-
Everett Fenton of Dayton, is at Myrtle j g-sta 50 C;nte.
Creek viBiticg his brother who h quite j AbnSMa
Assessor Gillette went to Portland
Monday night, in crier to fct.tnd tbe
Backing headache, bleary eves, wek- i
new, noises in beaa. uujyan cares.
All druggists, 50 cents.
Tbe specific remedy for troubles of the
blood, kidneys, stomach liver, is Hood'. I
Sareaparills, the great blood puriSar
P. B. Beckley, of Oakland, Douglas
coonty, was in Salem yesterday, attend
ioK the inner! of Mrs. Henry Dawning.
Salem Sutesfran. ;
We will send yon tbe semi-weekly j
Pr itvriF li ra Iftil the Oreiron Poultxv I
Journal.' the bett poultry journal in the !
Walter Patterson came in on tbe local
last might from Seattle, having received
a telegram announcing tbe serious illcess
of bis mother, Mr?. Mary Patterson.
The early chickens are the ouee that j
lay first. The way to get them is to boy
a Petaluma Incubator and get an early
etart. Churchill & Woolley sell them.
It is reported that Rev. and Mrs
Eobert Caristinson will soon go to
f.,l. rb . mota iheir fjitnrA hflmo. t
. . . . . . :n i. !
ineir many irieoaa in iuis oi j
scrry to have them go.
Sines 1891, Dr. Lowe, the well known
optician, has been coming to Roseburg.
He wiU return here March 1st to stay
three days. II you value your eye
eight, don't fail to see bim.
The latest in photos at Graves' gallery
Oakland, Or., is tbe stamp or fun pict
ures, and the Gel or on panel for portraits.
Get some of tbe fun pictures and sur
vrise your friends with a smile.
J. o. Booth and some relatives drove
oat to the Granite HOI mine, on Loose
creek, last Monday, retaining with some
fine quartz specimens. Messrs. Booth
and Msogum are yery sanguine as to tbe
fature of their property. Grants Pasa
"I bad bronchitis every winter for
years and no medicine gave me perma
nent relief till I began to take One Min
nie Cough Core. I know it is the best
cough medicine made," says J. Koontz,
Coary, Ta. It quickly cores coughs,
colds, croup, asthma, grippe and throat
and lung troubles. It is tbe children's
favorite remedy. Cures quickly.
A. C. Marsters & Co.
Last Thursday there waslorganized in
this city, a lodge of ladies auxiliary of B.
of R.T., with 13 charter members. Tbe
lollowin are the officers elected: Mrs.
C. W. Ballard, M. ; Mrs. S. L. Uendei
sju, V. M.; Mrs. E. F. Lohr, P. M.;
Mrs. E. P. Long, Secy.; Miss Jennie
Gil Tin, Treas. Meetings will be held
tbe 2nd. Thursiay of each month, at 2
o'clock'p. m., at the Odd Fellows hall.
Roseburg has the honor of having the
first lodge of this kind in the state,
May success follow it.
A False Statement is Easily Assailed;
But Truth is Impregnable
When you Come
Dog Collar Belts
Shirt Waist Sets
Our Heavy Shoes have a Reputation for Service.
Character of Their Own.
The Materials in Our Dress Shoes are. Selected for Appearance, Lightness and
Service. You'll be Pleased if You Try a Pair.
...ROSEBURG NOVELTY CASH STORE
Clothing for MEN, YOUTHS' and BOYS', a most
complete line at prices that send competition glimmering.
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We can, and will save you money on these goods, if
you will visit us now. Ladies' Wrappers from .6oc up,
which are certainly splendid values and cannot be dupli
cated at present prices. Children's Coats and Capes, a
splendid variety, aud as to prices, we will not be under
sold. We are offering Special inducements ou CRASHES,
LINENS, etc. Matchless values in UNDERWEAR,
HOSIERY, FASCINATORS, Etc. All our goods arc
Standard quality and if you want the best, see that it
For first class dentistry go to Lr.
Little of Oakland.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. C. Leveus Herein
from Ga'.eeville, Wednesday.
lor fine ehoej ask for Dr. A. heed e
cushion eboo, at Jo&ephson'e.
Special eale of silk plushes fur 33,40,
Si! am! renin nor trird at Jonnll9on'B.
; Mrs. J. T. Bridges, oJ Koseburg, ar
! rived in the eitv. Sjlnrdav for a brief
v;6:t r0rtland Telejjraoj.
I K. II. JlcDaniel, one ol llie l i-ojb
! called at the Plaindealeb office yes'er-
f,aT tnd fijr tte ptper in dyance.
' 8SSOrtment of lace
curtains ran be found at the Novelty
store ; prices 50 ceuts to 2.50 per pair.
A Cl2 foot cross-cut saw, nearly new,
to trade for a trunk, watch or wocd. Ad
dress, D. H. Eeid, Eoseburg.
James Wharton, who has been ec-
iniing in Scot's Valley, C.I.. for some
C- nductor Sam Henderson is in charge
of the overland run in the absej.es of
Conductor J. M. Hacsbrougb, who is ;
visitio; ii San Francisco.
Ned Rhodes cf Saginaw, in company
with Lis sister, Myrtle, went to Wash-
iogton last week, where Ned expects to
make his future houie and Mies Myrtle
will make an extended visit.
JUrS. J. h.
Mrs. J. K. Miller, Newton Hamilton,
Fa., wntee. "I think Den itt s itch
Hazel Salve the grandest salve made."
It cures piles and heals everything. AH
fraudulent imitations are worthless. j
A. C. Marsters & Co.
In the Supreme court Tuesday tbe case
of Sol Abraham, appellant, vs The Ore
gon & California Railroad Company, the
Southern Pacific Company and Catherine
Clark, appealed from Douglas cooDty,
was argued and submitted.
MOKI TEA POSITIVELY CURES
sick headache, indigestion and constipa
tion. A delightful herb drick. Re
moves all eruptions of the skin, produc
ing a perfect complexion, or money re
funded. 25cts. and 50 cts. M.F. Rapp,
Tbe Eogeno Guard in its Saginaw
items says: The Booth-Kelly Co.,
shipped 105 car lyads cf lumber from
here for tbe month of January, and
about J3 np to tbe 10th of February.
These car loads run from 10,000 feet and
upwards to the car.
The S.vl. Co., is having constructed
for use on tbe part ol the railroad over
j the Siskiyou mountains, between Ash-
n ' ' - T
&ae- .Th portion of the company s
; track wul be rela.d w.th .opoundsteel
j "lls tbe Dl few months -Ash-
i t i t r i
Jcst Received. A large line cf string
instruments, violins, mandolins, guitars,
banjos, also a large stock of smaller in
simmenis. Violins from 14 up. Mando-
jlinsiiom $7 np. Accordions $2 lo $10.
' Other instruments in propsrthn. Great
j value in these instruments. Sse them
' at T. K. Richardson's.
to Our Store you'll find Exactly What this
.f "AD" Calls For. f f f
Towels Dress Goods
Toweling Dress Skirts
Table Linen Wrapper Goods
Table Spreads Ginghams
Lace Curtains Calicoes
Bed Spreads Start Waists
Oil Cloth Wrappers
Speak for Themselves. Try
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I. ABRAHAM, Proprietor.
E. E. LaBrie, of Garden Valley, was
iu town Tuesday.
Call on Gaddis Bros, fur buy aud oats,
at the Bushey tarn.
E. II. Pinkston, a citizen of Oakland,
as vieilintf RceLurg yeiterday.
Bond, the watchmaker setld tptctades
at lowest prices aud can (it them cor
rectly. M. F. Uice of the firm of ltice & Kite,
was :n Myrtle deek Monday aud Tues
day. A fins line of Rout' btehivw, biuo
ers, veils, sections, etc., at Cburchiil !c
Pale, emaciated, tbin, weak nieu and
women. fJuJyan cures. All drugia f,
Specials cf childreu'- scIn ai!-
wool underwear for 35 centj per p.-.rment,
Hon. J.T. Bribes, aocomPiDi,d ly
Drain this morning for a short vi.-it.
Tbiogs that are better than the piico-.
Oar new stock cf plain and fancy dr.
linings just received at lha Ncve.ty
Re. G. 1J. Arno'd will prsach at Pine
G roue school house on next Sunday, j p7. j. Siranss, asi-isteJ by Meseames
February 25, at 2:30 p.m. A. cordial ic-j J0ba Daley, T. W. Angus and J. S. Ljs
vitation is extended to all lo attend the ter, cf '.ar i:ner, and Miss Sophia ie-
E. DuGas. M. D., member Board of
Pension Examiners. Office. Marstera
builJing residing corner Doog'us an,!
,;JO Birh. Meadota. Va., sais,
"Nothing did w fi miKh mod as Ko-1 O
dol Dyepipsi '. One dose rt!ivi.l
me. a few tit les core.1 rxie." It .UwU
what you cat aud always cures oifp-
A. C. Markers A; Co.
The saddctt word s cf torgue or H-a are j
these, -It Might
It Might Have Been," lit xt
sumuier when you cote tne ih i
chickens in your poultry yard, if jou fail
to buy a Peta luuia incubator of Churchill
Havicg purchased the denul practice
of Dr. Strange, Dr. Cbead.e is Lere to
stay and wishes to thank the people of
Roseburg and vicinity for their libera
patronage of the past year. All wcrk
will receive the most careful attention
in tbe future as in tbe past.
ACitERS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
are sold on a positive guarantee. Cores
heart burn, raising of tbe food, distress
after eating or any form of dyspepsia.
One little tablet gives immediate relief
25 cts. and 50 cts. For sale at M. F,
Ripp's drug store.
G. W. Stewart returned from Rose
burg having arrived safely at that place
with tbe family of S. B.Herman. Mr.
Stewart brought JMr. Waters, wife and
to children to Mjrtle Point, where they
intend to take up their future residence.
Tbe road from this place to Ro3aburg
is reported in a better condition than
for several years. Myrtle Point Enter
prise. Roseburg Chapter. No 8, O. E. S. will
give a Washington Social at tbe Masonic
Temple on Thursday evening, Febroary
22, to which all Masons and their wives,
daughters, sisters and mothers are cordi
ally invited to attend. The social will
be a costuma social, and every person
attending is requested to wear the coj-
tumes fashionable in tbe days of the
Father of his country. Light refresh
ments wil'. h9 served and james in ketp
ing with the costumes will be played.
They are Meaty. Have a
I". sac ifelig ciinu iu from Myrilj t'r l
ou busi'neBS last Friday.
Hudyan ia now sold ai 60 0n s per
pickaRo by all drusKiet?. Get Hutlyaii.
March 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Di Lp, tlm
well knoAn optician, ill tie im Uoh
Attorney J. S. Medley of Cottage
Grove, was doing business in ihc city
Jh!kh Hamilton and District Attorney
Brown, 10 to Lincoln couuty today to
Dr. Igr.bel Seiltiick, M. D , will test
aud fit iUush's, ut her oflice, corner Cass
and Main Bticets.
D.ivid t "'ri:i;s of Conisttik is visiting
frietida in the ciiy, the Ru.-s-t of P. J.
Bond a oil family.
Mis. Mary Putts-rson, the well known
dressmaker, id serio'Jaly ill at her homo
ou Stephens street.
If you are looking for trunks, telescopes
and valines at very reasonable prices, call
at the Novelty Stoio.
.Mr. anil Mrs. CosIki-a, of Lirowt.pvillf ,
are iu 1L0 city, visiting their son, Hon.
(.. I. C.tho'v. They arrivd jester
day. The wo st tiling for ti e ciiickuu huei
utss, ia tl.o lack o( cliickens. To over
come thii didlculty, purchase a tirst cl.iss
G. A. Taylor foruurly cf our ct(y: but
now of Portl md, in veiling with us.
It eeems quite natural to ce Mr. Tay
lor's familiar fce in our roidsl.
The goce tiut laid the .golJen cgj and
the Pctaluma Incubator all the same but
a little (iiiTerent gosc lays but wont fe'.
Ici-tib-it jrs wont lay but "mine sracious"
ho it will set. S.-ethe n a' Churchill
W. S. Piiilput, Altiany, Ga., sys, '"Ie
Witt's Littie Early Rieeis did ui uiore
good ttian any pills 1 ever U. k." The
iauioas little pils for coustipation bili.me.
ness aud liver and howel troubles.
A. C. Marsters A Co.
Messrs. I. 1'. Rice nd S. C. Fhu',
have teen loskin after their toinicg in
terests at tunnel No. 4 in Cow cra:k
canyon. They seem to he very well
sa'i-fisd aiih their visi', and tha cutlioi
for the mioe extensive tuncdlii g and
other woikin developetr.eot is beiug
Ok tbe evening if Tats Jay, Feb. -
the Bioclcway Sunday School met for a
social paity at the residence of W. A.
Simmouds, the warmth and cheeriulnesa
of whosaspaciom parlors was accentuat
ed. by tho patter of the rain without. The
event of the eyeninj was the presents-
'j03 ,0 tLe "cretary, m. Seabr.uff, by
11,5 "permtenJant iu tebalf of the
td'j1' f a l'!e1g?Ut fBU,n r,eu Mr'
Seilricg rep.i?d in a few well chosen
,s htfrwhninl5 mcr0 6Clved(
, , , . . .
il.e m.raicg cf Mr. Seibrir.g's tb birth
day. Eveiv cm re;orts an exceedingly
A R.-hekah lode was inslirn't-d at
Mip!e!on in the iu?!aw country oi the
S Ji inst., with Z charter u ember', by
olle, of Mapieton. Tte fcliowing ofEcers
wero installed: Wm. Brynd, P. G.;
Stella Bean, -V. G.; Lue!!a Neely, V. G.;
Phi!. W. Xieolle, R. S.; Hester Nico'le,
Treua. ; Beseio Nicolle, War.; Maltie
ByrJ, Con.: Mrs. Wm. Bernhardt, I.
Mr?. Geo. P.. Camp, O. G.; Mrs. J
L. Fortish, Chap. ; Geo. B. Camp, R. S.
N- ,; Mr, w w s , u N CJ
-r T '
in uj. Lemhardt, R. S. . G.; Mrs. J. I.
l.a;tarr.e!I, L. s. . .. lbs ladies lur-
n!?hcJ spleniid supper at midnight
Special Levies For 1900.
FoiUwin ii a list o' tba school dis
tricts and cities in Douglas county, levy
ing s:ecial taxe-t for liiOO:
No. 1 Alma, J. D., 5 mills.
No. 3, Alma, J. D., 1 mill.
No. 4, Raseburg, 7'- mill-.
No. 5, Alma, J. D., 15 tui'.ls.
No. 6, Boggess, 7 n.i.ls.
No. 8, Canyonvdte, l.'.j mills.
No. 1(3, Erockway, 13 mills.
No. '.'0, Riddle, 2 mil!?.
No. 22, Drain, 5 mills.
No. 23, Wardtoa, 1 mill.
No. 33, Yoncalla, 2 mills.
No. S2, Yonralla, 5 2-j millr.
No. 33. EJeabower, 2,'2 mills.
No. 31, Elktoo, 7 mills.
No. &, Gardiner, 7 mills.
N'. Vo. Fir Grove, 10 mills.
So. 91, Winchester, 2 mills.
No. OS, Ruby, 0 mills.
Roseburg, 4 mil's.
Drain, 5 mills.
A special tax of oue cent a head will
be made on shetp this year to comply
with the provisions of the state bounty
'After doctors failed to cure me of
pneumsnia 1 uJ une .uiouie vou.'u
Cure and three botllesof it cared me. It
is also the best remedy on earth for
wboonine couah. It cured my grand
children of the worst casfB," writes J 00.
Berry, Logantou, Pa. It is the only
harmless remedy that gives i 11 mediate
resultp. Cures coughs, colds, cioup and
throat and lung troubles. It prevents
consumption. Children always like it.
mothers endorse it.
A. C. Marster3 & Co.
Tramps Loo: a S. P. Freight Train.
A freight car that arrived in this city
on last night's north-bound way freight,
No 20, was broken into between Horn
brook and hero, and a Urge quantity of
boots and shoes, tobacco, whiskey and
underwear utclen. The theft was not
discovered until after the arrival of the
traiu iu Ashland. Tidings.
Caro Bros, ai Oakland
Offer for salo the following goods ut cost
as they are over 6tocked in them :
Mackintoshes, collarettes, capes, dreas
bkirts and a large assortment of gents
and boys' rubber clothing.
ACKEUfi' ENGLISH KEMEDY
will stop a cough ut tiny tituf, and will
cure thu worst cold in twelve hours, or
money refunded. -5 cte. and 50 cts.
For eulo at Kapp's drag store.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
I JOSEPHSON'S I
i 301 and 303
Lincoln's Birthday at Yoncalla.
Yoncalla, Ok., Feb. 14, 13C3. i
Oa the evening of Feb. 12th Abraham i
Lincoln's birthday was celebrated at
Lamb's Hall by the W. R. C. and G. A. j
R. and the public generally. The hall !
was tastefully decorated and "Old Glory" i
waefs very where visible. The program ;
consisted cf music, recitations an J se'ect
reading. Tbe Rev. J. II. Skidmore gave
the opening address, which was filled
with patriotism and wholesome advice to
the rising generation. Last, but by no ,
means least, came fourteen little fo'ks
seven little girls and seven boys, wl o .
marched and countermarched, formed in j
line and gave the flag salute, and then
sang America very sc?:ly. Ti e dag j
bearer (Pearlte Bcguei deserves s,cial j ins u n a farm for Mr. Noah Gregg,
mention, beiug such a little tot she; J. S. M'Alijbteb.
seemed like a small fairy, t-lie cairied i
the colors proudly and performed heriute c( Oregon, County cf Multnomah,
part perfectly. Tbe children then each j i, j. . VcAllister, first Ving doly
recited a few lines and at the earre time j 80ro, depose and say that tbe forgoing
displaying the letters to form the name ; tU:eicei:t of the treatment and core cf
Abraham Lincoln. To Miss May Ross, j deafness Srt out in the foregoing state
tDe patriotic instructor of the W. R. C, ; mtni sliue-1 by me is true.
No. 44, belongs tbe credit of the chil
dren's success. Tbe ladies of tbe Yon
calla W. R. C. wish to tuack one and all
who helped to make the time one of
p'eiscre and a benefit to old and young,
The new house belonging to Jehu Pat-
terson is csarly completed.
Mrs. U. Weatherly has returned from
A. L. Batler, being somewhat out of
health, visited Gardiner to cocsult Dr.
Alex Pattersoa. a few days aao.
Mrs. Annie Grubbe has been canvass
ing this place, and also Gardiner, for
thre3o.uite interesting boaks, an i seems
to be meeting with encouraging success.
The prospect of a grut mid at L.klon,
thu coming summer is phasing to those
interested in th.s vie, i.ty.
C. L. Beckley. of Elktoo, was iu town
on night last week, enroute down
W. G. Grubbe and his sister, Miss
Lucy, will furnish tbe muiic for the ball
at Gardiner, 011 the 22 n I, assisted by
Mr. Boote. j
Mr. AonaRsed aud her son, Ralph, !
0! Idato, are visiting at tbe home of the j
ni-an1, rf tt.A fnvnir rm llS4 i
not v s. ted this section foi eeyer.il years,
aud the home-coming is very pleasant
and enjoyable for all.
Mrs. Lizzie Hepburn, of Caiitornia,
exi ts t3 visit her friends and relatives
in this vicinity, in tbe near future.
Wordi cannot express the dreadful
condition of the roads between this
place and Drain. We hope for a drier
condition before many weeks.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by hcal applications, as they canr.ot
reach the diseased portion ol the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of tbe mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. Wbsn this tube get
inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and rben it is entire
ly closed deafness is the r;sult, and un
less the inflammation can betaken out
and this tube restored to its normal ton
dition, hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are can Bed by ca
tarrh, which is nothing but an intlamed
condition of the mucous surface.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F.J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Lady Agents Wanted.
To sell a much needed article. Good
wages can be made. Call on Mrs. L. 0,
Williams, West Roseburg, or addrets,
ui2p, Roseburg, Oregon.
County Treasurer's Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all pattiea
holding DouglaB county warrants in
dorsed prior to and including April 12,
lH'Jd, to present the same at the treas
urer's office in tbe court house for pay
ment, as interest will cease thereon
after the date of this notice.
Dated this the 29th day of Jan., l!00
at the City of Roseburg, Oregon.
Gko. W. Dimmick,
County Treannrer, Douglas County, Or.
a special inducement to cash customers
we will give
$25 each month
to the one holding the lucky number.
All amounts settled wthin 30 days will
be considered as cash. Each purchase en
titles you to one number. Our reputa
tation for selling the best goods for the
lowest prices is owing to the fact that we
buy for cash and in large quanties, which
enables us to maintain the same lowifigures
A MOST REHARLABLF CASE.
Deafness Cured in Ten Minutes by
Electricity After All Oibtr riwh
ods. To the Editor: Since 14 yeyrs old (I :
am now 2?; I have been troubled
; deafnrss. Of late I could scarcely hear
! . , . . ,
anything irom one ear, and tbe ctnerli
was partially deaf. Tho causa of the '
deatnesi was discharging ears. All I
known remedies to science failed to cure
me. 'uatilEr. Darriu treated me with
eleclrici'y and other remedies. I was
perfectly cured of deafness and ringing
noiees in my ears in ten minutes. Refer
to me at Ballaton, Or., where I am work-
J. S. M'Alliteu.
Subscribe! and sworn to before me
this 27th dy of May, 1S30.
C. J. U'Doi-uxll.
A Notary Public for Slid County and
Dr. Darrin D?arSir: I writ to in
form you that m v gja lUvid is curI. I
j received your mediciue by letter the 13lh
jj commeaced treatment tue 14th, and
j Mr4 ,pit ranoicg in a few days and
i be can hear as good as any child. I
'shall never forget jocr kindness and
' bsneQt to my child. Mease accept my
gratitude. Reftr U me at The Dalles.
! Dr' "! fre "
j the McCUI.ea House, Ro.eburg, until
iM eh ls- Ho" 10 so 5 anJ 108
The poor free, except medicmes.
The core of seminal weakness, lost man
yttkoctlet geDOtrhe.t whi!, oad
I e,rictorei m Ml M well ,
, chronic j. ,UUefie8 ,nJ Wu
furnished if necessary. Catarrh cured
j (or j a moctb. All cces taken until
March IS. at h-If former nrim.
For 6a It' or trade, 40 acres of good Um
ber land, on Rice creek, 5 miles from
Dillard station, Ore,:oo ; good road, liv
ing stream of water and settlement all
arour.d Uiid. Enquire at,
Shows the state cf your feeling and the
state of your health as well. Impure
Llocd makes itself apparent iu a pale and
salljw complexion, pimples and skin
eruptions. If you are feeling weak and
worn out and do not have a haltby ap
pearance, von should try Acker's Blood
Elixir. It cures all blood diseases whera
cheat) Sareaparilla and so called purifiers
j fail ; knowing this, we eel! evefy bottle
on a positive guarantee.
i-uuuuctu k luuiuie ijuamv. usaie
j : i- r
folconnterfeit an 1 worttiiesa salve offered
or De-Wilt's Witch Hasl Salve. le-
ltt a is theonly original. An infallible
cure for piles and all skin diseases.
A. C. Marsters & Co
Mill Will. HillS.
Wc have a small assortment of these
goods left, and rather than keep any
over, wc will dispose of them at cost.
The- are all of the latest styles and best
iVes sec them.
FISHER t5c BELLOWS.
Notice for Publication.
Cnittd s-ma Lasd orm a.
K'ii-bunr. Oirson, February It. 1.0.
Notii.e I hereby riven that the foUowing
uamed (ettlrr has filed notice of hia Intention
to make final proof in support of hi claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Register
and Receiver l. . Land OSice 'at Kuctborf,
Oregon, on, Xarch 19, VJM vU:
JAMES R BCTLEE
"n h. e. So.riB9.for the lots 1, 2. s. sw1; v,i.
" sec- iNip. -i uv name
the following witneMes to nrove hiacontlnuoua
rwidence h-jod ami cultivation of mM land rtz:
('. I . fiekl y, C. ft. Franklin, Join Binder a.'id
- . v.
Beckier. ail ol Elkion. Orevon.
J. T. BEIDGEi1.
Notice for Publication.
Boscbun;, Oreuon, Feb 3,".
Notice la hereby given that io compliance
with tbe proriioii of the act of t'ongrem of
Junes, lirs, entitled "An act for the sale of
timber Lands in theSlateao! aU.'ornia, Orvgcn,
Nevada, and Wa-hington Terrtorv, '
FRANK W. PijTTEk
OfAihlan l, County of Abland. 6uteolWi
conmn. Baa this day ti!d in this oflxr his sworn
statement No. tj, for the pnn baae of (he auuth
e.t quarts, of section No. 10, In Townvhip No.
2 ulh. Ranee No. a West, and will offer proof
to how tbat the land sought is more valuable
forlis timber or stone than for aeruruitural pur-
Km-s. and to establish bisclaiia to said land
fore the Remitter and Recrtverof thisomee
at Rosebtirg, Uregon, on Friday, the 27th day of
Apnl, 1". lie names as w:tneci Miciiael
N OisUd of Washburn. Wis.. J- hn W. Hol
land of Wihtium, Ww , Charlie -eiscrt, of
Washburn, Wis., L. T. Uewoli of Woodland,
Any and all persons rlsimiag adverwir the
above-described lands are requeKl to rile their
claims in this cilice on or beiore laid J7tb day of
J. T. BRIDGE?
Notice For Publication.
L'MTtD STATES LSD 0T1C.
Roscburc, Uregnn, February lo, 1 aJl
Notice Is hereby given that in compliance
with the vrovirion of tiie act of Consrea il
Jaue3. ls.S, entitled An act for the tale of lim
ber lands in the Kates of California, Oregon,
Nevada and W'a&hi.-ictun Territory."
ANDREW E. KARPKLL,
Of ManhCeld. totintyof State tl Orvs-Mi,
ha this day Lied in this oclice h: orn etato
mvnt No. i. lor the p.vha"f the !ot .s .
s". 5W ',, of section Nv 2, in Township No. T.
South, k.inge N,. lit West, aud wiil offer rooi
to show that the land suuxht is nwre vsiuable
for ita timber or stone than for asrk uiiurl
purrxnes and lo eMabit'-h h: elann to ai'l land
oeft-re the Register an-1 Receiver of this orcceat
Rusebarg. oregun. ou aiurlav. the 12th day !
Mav, le'. He names as itueM.-s. A:bTl E.
Bel'tv.. of Marshfieid. Oreiron. ". II. Smith of
Marvhneid, Oreron. G. H. Herroo. of MarshnelJ,
Oreeon, E. W. Kanieliof Marsiiiield. Oregon.
Any and all perous rlaimme adver-iy the
above-deixTi be-j rands are re-iaeti"1! to tile their
elaims in this office on or beiorv jak! Uth dav of
J. T. EKlDGti?, .
Notice for Publication.
United fiates 1-ind Oilier.
RvKBt a, Otvsua. Eebrnary ii. l.).
Notice is hereby g:en thai the fi;iowii)g
named settler has tiled uotice of his inteulitin
to maWe tinal proof in supirt of his claim, and
lb.it snid proof il be made beiore tbe Kgieter
and Receiver, t .-.land if&ee at Roseburg,
Oigen ou March 19W, vut:
Ou U K Km. t7,for theE'.SE',. SW";E'
iW'4 XK',' Sec ts T i". ?, RjU. lie names lh
following nituctses to tmve bis cxtntinuous
residence uoa and cultivation ofaid laud.
iz- William J. Lamler. Archibald O. liow ni
Melrcee, Oregon, W: U. Hunter of Wardlon,
Oregon, Samuel Alexanderof Cleveland, Ore
gon. J. T. BRIPOES.
Notice for Publication.
United states Land Cilice,
KoEBt'B, Oregon. E'ebniary JO, 1SH0.
Notice is hereby gl en that the following
named settler has tiled m:iiv of tii intention to
make tinal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made beiore the Regis
ter and Receiver, C S Land Oitiee st Roseburg,
Oregou on March , 1X), vi:
WILLIAM J l.ANpr.R
till it. t. -o. jvs tor ioe it.', -
i jiE'.sW'i, See S. TJ'-S, R W. He names the
following witnesse to prove his contmuous-l
residence ujwtj and eulth ation of said land.
via: tcott Lauder. Archibald O. Rose, of Mel-
..Oregon, W. U. Huuterof Wsrdtou, Oregon,
sauiuel Alexander of cicda.id. Oregon.
J. T. bridges,
Warners Rust Proof Corsets,
Kalamazoo Corset Company,
McCall Bazar Patterns,
Gordon Hats and
Salem' Woolen Mills Tailor Made
I. K. STORE.
Notice For Publication.
TxniD State Las Om .
Roseburg. Oregon. February 16, 1X
Notice is hereby given that ia compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
Juoe rd. isTS, entitled "is aet for tbe saie of
timber lands in the States of California, Ore
gon, Nevada and Washington Territory,"
W ILXIAM H. SMITH,
Of Marshfieid. County of Co, State of Oregeo,
bas this dav filed in this office his sworn state
ment No. M-'t, for the purchase of the K'i bt,
N'iSW'1;, of Section ho. 2". Townhip So. 2b
South, kanire No. 9 West, an 1 will offer proof to
show that the land oant is mora valuable for
it timber or stone thiol for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish bis claim to said Had be
fore tbe Reeister and Receiver of this office at
Rowburz. Oreeon, on Satnnlay tbe L-th day of
Mav, IK" He names as witnesses: Go. H.
Uefron. of Marshheld, Oregon. Albert E. Bettys,
of MarsbJield, Oregon, E.W. KarleU, of Sfarsav
field, Oregon, A. E. KardeU, of Manhncld, Ore
gon. Any and all persons claiming adversely the
abovedesenbed lands are re)Uestcl to file their
claims in this office on or before said I2th day
of May, LM.
3. T. BRIDGES,
I'sitbd State Ijiso Orrics.
Rosetmrr. tiregon, Fehg 'XT IS, WW.
Notice is herebv given that in compliance
with the provisioss of tne act of Cougresa ef
Jane 3, 1-7. entitled "An act for the saie of tim
ber lands in the States of Califoraia, Oregon,
Sevada and Washington Territory:'
RF.CBtN C. PECK,
of Ashland. County of Ashland, erate of Wiscon
sin, has this day hied ia this office his sworn
statement No. Ml, for the purchase of the S W1
ef Section No. li, in Township No. 24 3. Range
No. 3 W. and will offer proof to show that Use
land sought is more valuable for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, aad ti es
tbiish his claim to said land befcere the Regis
ter and Receiver of this Office, at Roseburg, Ore
gon, on Friday the 27th day of April, 19JU- He
names as witnesses: T. W". Potter, of Ashland,
Wisconsin: L'dward C.Stevens, of Washbora,
Wisconsin: J. C. Turnev, of Portland, Oregon;
L. T. DeW'oif. of Portland. Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely tbe
above-described lands are reiueated to file their
claims in Uusodice on or before said 27th day of
April, l.u. J. T. BRIDGEa.
Notice For Publication.
CsiTtD State- L5b Orm g.
Roseburg. Oresoo. February W 119.
Notice is 1 -re by given that ia couipiianc
with the pro tsius of the act of Congress ef
June S. ls;s entitled 'An act for the sale of tim
ber lands m the States f California, Oregon,
Nevada, aud Wsshiusum Temtorv, '
CHRISTIAN O. DAHL,
Of W ashburn County of Baytieid, State of Wla
consm. bas this day tiled in this office his sworn
statement No. .. for the purchase of tbe SE'
ol Section No. 2, in Township No. 24 south,
Raiife No. Wesr, and will otTer proof ii show
tiiat the land soon tit is more valuable lor it
timber or stone than for agricultural purpene.
and io eslaiiisb his claim lo said land before
tae Register and Receiver oi this office at Rose
burg, i resou, on Friday the 27 day of April,
i.4. He names as witnesses: James C Turnev,
of l'onland, regon, I T. DeWolf, of Wouulaod,
Wasiiingtuu. Kdard C. Stevens, of Ashland,
Wisconsin, Erauk W. Putter, of Ashland, Wis
consin. Any aud aH persons claiming adversely the
above dcKritxd lands are reuoted to tiie their
claims In this oJice ou ur beiore said 27 day of
J. T. BRIDGES.
Notice for Publication.
Cmted States Imd Offkb.
Roseburg, Oregon. February li. IS JO.
Notice isjicrey given that in compliance
with the provisions oi the act of Congress ot
Junes. Ir7s, entitled "An act lor tbe sale of tim
ber lands in the States of California. Oregon,
Nevada and W asiiiugton Territorv:'
EDWARD C. STEVENS.
Of Washburn. County of Ry3eld. State o Wis
consin, has this day filed tn this office his iwora
statement No. sr;, 'for the purchase of the north
east quarter of Seel ton No W, in Township No.
24 souui Kange o. s n est. ana win oner prool
to show that the land sought ia more valuab'a
for its limber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his claim to said land be
iore the Register and Rece.ver f this OS'S at
Koseburv. Oregon, on Fr.day, thc Ttn day of
e names as witnesaes: Casriie Oeise-t. of
Washburn, Wis.: Michael S. Ot-:aJ, ot W ish-
btiru. Wis.: James C Turner, of fort lank Ore
gon: Frank W . I'otter, of Asniand, W is.
Any ana an persons eiaumng adversely ino
atxve-deserileu lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on ox before said '7th day
of April, 1-AI. J. r. HKlOwts.
aap tieji le.
Notice for Publication.
Cstrao State Land Orru'C.
Koseburg. Oregon, Febtuary ki. 'JO
Noti is hereby siien that in compliance
with the provisions of the aet ol Cougresa of
JuueS, 1TS entillel ' An act for the saie nf
timber lands intheMates caiitornia, Oregon.
Neva-Its and Washington Temuwy, '
MICHAEL N. tISTAD
Ol W ashburn, uuly ot Kayheld. State ot Wis
consin, hi- this dr hleil in this office his sworn
statement. No. t..S for the purchase of the
southwest tirtorof sectiou No. i, in Town
ship No. Ul vui n, Kauice No. S West, and will
oilerprooi to s!iov that the land sought is more
valuable for it. liaibvror stone than (orajn
cultural putHes. and to establish his clai-n t
said land beiore the Register and Keeetverof this
orhce at Risebtirv, Oregon, on Kr.day, the .Tth
dny of April. l'.. He nnines as witnesses:
Krank W. I'otter of Ashland, W isconsin. Jamrs
C. Turney ot Portland. Or'gin. tdwanlt". Stev
ens, ol Ashlan J. Wisconsin, John W. Ue land if
Any and alt nersous claiming ailvers-ly the
above-describeii lands are requested to tilo their
claims in this office on or beiore said -Tth dav ot
J. T. BRIDGES.
Notice for Publication.
I'SilKU STATUS l.lsDOKfll l.
Koseburg. Oregon, February li, 1AW.
Notivv is hereby given that in ci'iii'U-uoo
with the provisions of the act oi Congress of
June l.s.'S, entitled "An set ior the sa e of
timber lauds in the Mates of Caliioruia, Oregon.
Nevada and Washington Territorv:"
JOHN V. . liEl.LAN i).
of W Hshbttrn, County ot Havrield. State of Wis
consin, has this day tiled iu thisotliee his sworn
stateivient No. MO. Ior the purchase of tho Loin
1. -' S' s N K1 , of ruction No. -', iu Township No.
:i South Kauve No. jWest, and will otter rr.x-1
to show that tho landouhl is more valuable
for its tiniKror stone than lor agricultural pm
poscs. slid to establish his claim to said land be.
lore the Kerrisler and Ketvlver Of this office at
Koeh.iinr. vn-uon, on Friday, the -Tth ilsy of
April, l.n'. He names as witnesses): Michael
N. uistiid, ot Wa-hburn, W'is. : Kdward C. stev
ens, ot" Aohland, Wi.; Charlie Oeiserl, of Wash
burn, W is. : James C. t'uiney, of Pottlaud, ore
gon. Any auvl all lrrsotis claimiug aiversely tho
aliovc-deseribed lands are requestetl to ill ," their
jiaims iu thisomcj ou or betore 27th day ol
April, 19 ft. J. T. BRIIUIEM,