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$ New Spring Goods
Our Millinery Department
Will be quite a treat this Season as we
tliis T)onrtrtmo7it and have secured the
Up-lu-Date Millliucr direct from the city.
In Gent's Furnishings
We .still continue to lead and have received all the
Novelties direct from the Manufacturer.
THE PLAiN DEALER.
APRIL 5, l'JOO.
lltad t'jj N.vel'y ?:ore ad.
Ks-Sarveyor Lrlfzi waa over from
Cstiyer.-, ;b'a week.
VVANTF-l'. A girl to do general house-
work. HiM'j're i't titis cCk-e.
K VI M.thpwa of Wolf Creek, was
Joiitj; businea? ia tli? ci;y Tcesday. ' C- j drugis's, 50 cents.
Tbellcral N t h ea an 1 Stmi-treekty ' Heartburn, coated tongue, bad breitb, . 1'eVr Neln, a business una of Gird
Plaindkilek bo-.h cce rear for cn!v $2 c jnstipalion. Hadyaa curie. A'! drag-j iner, c&uie cp yt6'.crJay. feUr is an
' A. C. !arst & Co., have tie ba t ! 50 j eJmlrer c" Bi!lie i5r3rin-
f.jiirrcl p-i?on ewr iuanr.fac.nre5. Try. The Udie a of the Christian church will j E jGi. M. 1, Keab.T Board of
T. K. Ktclurtlyja h:w p it n; a line
etfti ois ti.e front of b-3 tuildmj oa main
riau-lc?, trui.-.ioas, sweaty ban is and
feet are cured by liuviy.ir . All dtuvpstB
W. U. M:i;ei of O.k'.atd was in the
ci.T yesterday tioin basicesa before the
V. S. laud cfSof .
At CctUge Grove last Monday, S.
Bennett was elected mavor and J. S.
J.AV. Krewson. a ;;3;ice cf the.peace
sl a ptominent ba;ioe mau cf Drain,!
-was iu the city Tuesdav. j
'-f aecce i
Thomas Brown s'ter a lov.i
le.iviijcforCai-eNcir.e. ia a few weeks.
M-s. G. 11. Arnold, wife of Kev. Ar
nold of the Mrth cJit church, io tbis
city, is iai;e si.-k. " Bsv. Arnold ia ab
fren', visilii.g i i California.
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..:.,, :,t .!." v n .w !.. it.;, i
ci'y, is quite eii.-k and retarced to
home at Camstock yesterday moruing
lV.iftcs is very quiet in
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and lae cpicnaia on.ion along a.1 nces ;
Jct the eomtiiz year ii very satisfying, i
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ior jib prmtit g r.t-atly and promptly;
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executed ct rc-asona'j.e price?, patronize
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the liosbarg B3k an 1 Job Oiiwe. Work;
nsaally turned out the same day order is
T. J. Crit-er aul Fred Miaard have re-
..,n..l.l . .1 . ft.'n.l ,.1.1 l,.rK.,
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a i ley building oa J :ccca street cad will i
open a saloon and bii iard rojm tberein;
zV an "early dale.
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a&i j cava, . . . a a iuv c iiJ t v1 fc v t t
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cres, and the C-Won par.el fvr portraits
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Get some of the fun pictures anleur-'
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prise vour friends with a smile.
Dewey spent eeveral days ia town this ;
wetk. Net the admiral, bat the getial i
J. L. Dewev, tf GleLidile, demojratie ,
candidate for the f ornication- cf sheriff. '
Wo vp-,- fr.vorH.l vi !ti a nVimt viif
Many new aod valuable i-xprovetr.eats
are being made in thtj' McClaiiea IIou;3
by the new- proprietor Mr. Schmidt.
He is a xenial, obliging and practical
hotel man the riht man in the right
Definite arraciTCiiuata wiii e?on js
made for the location of the fish hatch
fry at the mcuth of llok creek ' r:a the
North Uffii'jaa Cammislancr lteed
will S JJii ba on th j pre aiiajs aud com
Mrs. Anna M. Nichol, forfeveral years
man-.r fif 1 ti t(' r .'rai.li n'.Vu-n cl l
Salem, in companv with MUs Byyroof!tead to "Irengtben the great admiral's
Foyallup, Wash., will r.tart to Nome ia
the near futaie to Crtabheb a host
They wiil g thirjaghly c jaipp.d for
4 5CvO-G te63e 99w43498 0 )
THE MOVELTY STORE.
"THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY."
Our line tf .SJ'ltlNG CLOTHISW canno. bo surpassed, wo are showing the proper Falrice and Desirous Styles.
Mens suits ?3 CO and np. Oar line of Furniehlcg Goods is alright too.
Lt'Jics cur showing cf fcfhiit Waists and rihirt Waist Mate: ia's will please jou. Shirt Waiets start at 3rc and
raiby easy stages to fthOO.
Ladies IieltB mado in all leather at popular prices. We've the new l'ulley ilelts aud l'ulley licit llinijs. The
prices are right.
Kid Oovcs. We have all tho popular Eliades. Our Dollar tilove is uumatchable. We guarantee them.
LadieF, wo will interett you in Muslin Underwear. Our line is complete and embraces everything that it new
We are ehuiit tscellont values in Ladies Hosiery aud KnH l.'ndcrweaa.
Our ofl rritiKS iu Kmbroiderics, Allovcrs, Insertions and Kubher TuvkiutfB are exceedingly attractive and at pleau
-Jjflecial values in Fcrcles, 1'iinte, Oinzhams, Dress Goods, White Goods, Lawns, Towelinge, ltc.
! The i!t-t time you want Shoes come to the Novelty fctore and buy u pair of "lllLDEBUANDts FOOT
"T.J. J" . Lr Ladies cud Gciilsi. They aro the best shoes in tho world for the money, Stylish, Comfortable, Durable
Th;,uo of these goods j unijuettiiined. They are perfect fitting and handsome. $2. 50 hits the popular fancy, and its
be i rock price too, for u Good Shoe.
The Mild Winter has brought forth an Early Spring ami wo
are now prepared to show you an elegant Hue of
in Grey, Castor, Mode and the Nctv Foulc Plaids. We also
have a very swell line of Silks, Mouseilline De Soie, Etc.
Come in and look them over.
services of an
a car load ci Aiiiciieii
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' See ti.t VX3 Winchester at CharcLill j
oc ooay p.
For Crst-clasa Jet. lis; ry
ii ) u lr. j
little of Oakland. j
For fine shoe3 ask for Dr. A. Heed's (
cushion eboe, at JoephsoQ'i.
Special esle of eilk plashes for 35, 4)s ;
& and 75 cents per yard t Josephsan'B. !
Hon. J. O. Booth of Grants Tass came(
in on the California express this morn-
: serve meals on the 5, 6 and 7 of April at ;
th Marks' building.
, The di. tiict in Driver alley was
forJanateineecurics MicS Effie Grout as j
I tecbcr ol tUe5r echoo!'
' If yoa want atquiriel poison that will j
i kill both comini and goicg, cmI oa A.
j C- Manter. & Co , f2r it.
j Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Cleyenger of
'Grants Paf s were among tbe arrivals!
! Irosn the 8cath ,Lis nsirni8- !
1 Leonard Perdue, one of tbe proroua j
j stock men of the -county, was in the
j city from Canyonvilio yesterday.
Oar old friend Alfred Cjrcatt, of
Bild'.e came ia this morning to bear
express biaiseli oa the 10 to 1 doc-
, i inre.
Churiii l ic Woal.ey Have receivea
their r.ew lCvO Piano Lever Binder. 1
; Better tbau ever, call and see it at their
j lr. Cheadle, tae deuiifit, in little
: trick opposite Slocom'ij ball, tia and
see bim when Ten want good work.
prices are reasonaute.
The hardest tuicg Col. Bryan will ran
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bv Churchill i Wooller.
Hon. Evan Keams of Jacksopviile,
came in lais morning, air. iearcs is a
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son-in-law of Congressman Tongue and
a rrounnen. attorney of ulbern re-
The fii it uiee'.ing of the Jo? Lina Cab
in, Native Sons, ia their new hall over
; the Douglas County Bank, was held
Tuesday night. . The hail u splendidly
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famished and is m-; of the neatest in
! me cuy. inc uujj art: u usuiukij;ui
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Misa Myra Marphv, nurse at tae
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diers Home at Roseburg, and Mis3 Marie
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Haberly, employed iu a Eimiliar capacity
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at tbe state reform school, came to fcalem
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yesterdav to attend tha annual com-
mene8aient exercises of the W. U. med-
j, col!eSe.-Statesman, Wedaesday.
i!y. cf liolJ U!. formerly ol
the State Normal school at Drain, and
; well known in this county, was nominat
i ed in the republican county convention,
; last Saturday, at Jacksonville, for '.he of
! fice cf county superintendent of public
EchooU in that county. This is a good
! eelectioa and the county is to be congrat
ulated as well as Pat.
Admiral George Dewey now announces
that after dae reflection he would not de
cline the nomination for the presidency
oa most any ticket, having discovered
be says, that tbe position ia not such an
onorous and difficult one to Cll after all.
This announcement, we fear, wiil not
reputation for firmness and sound judg-
went. At this rate be promises to soon
become a retired hero aa well as a re
HILDEBRAND'S FOOT FORfl SHOES.
...ROSEBURG NOVELTY CASH STORE.
W. C. filLDEBRAND, PROP.
I. ABRAHAM, Proprietor.
A. a a. t 1. ..I- J I C.
Aermoier winoauus i tu;raii
Call caGaldii Bros, for hay and oats,
i at tbe Da?bey b.un.
Bilious lieidache, yellow ekiD, coated
tongue, fevered lipe. IlnJysn cares.
Special sale of children's eeuiet all-
wool underwear far G"i rents per garment,
Sick headache, fuilaets in etoaiacb.
pun iu bowels. Hndyan cures.
pt.D6ion Esaiaiutrn. Office. Marsters
j buildiu resi.lin;; jrmr PocgU-
Jkiou sreit. .
a well tnown laly spekin of '.va-.li
fabrics, for the coming treason paid, that
the Novelty t-tore is showing th rrettiest
line she had teea ; sha had le?n stjeping
m. Caadwick.on cf J. J.Chid:ck,
the energetic Missouri Bottom ;ruit
Sr3Wer- W1S iu the f !
w ek and ma le this office a pleas .nt
oosineBs cai'. ia.e ia couutea amcnu
the prornisini; young men of South Dong-
Hon. E. L. Smith, of Hood Kiver,
Wasco caaaty, has bjeo appsin'ed ai
the president of the State Bsard of II jr
ticaHure, to succeed Hon. If. B. Mi;i?r.
Mr. mltri s duties will be;in April y.n
Mr. Smith's appointment will give very
(general e itisfatiou throaghout the fctate.
! He has horeljforj served for two years
in the earn a poMtiou ia the fct-ile bjtr !.
Mr. Smith ii a practical fruit man, hav
ing one of the important orch itds iu the
state, and baa been qaite active iu prj
motinz the itidustrv. Ashianl TidiLi;!.
Dr. Darria, after a fev month's suc
cessful practice at Bort burv, Cr., will be
at the Biddie House, Kiddle, Or., April
7 to April id aad at Brigs' Hotel, Caa
youvjlie, Or., April til to May 7. Con
sultation free. Dr. Darno makes a spe
cialty of ail diseases cf the eye, car, nose,
throat, catarrh, deafnefs, brot.chitis, .a
grippe, coiisumptioa, dyspepsia, cj.iri
pation, heart, liver and kidney duea::?.
He peruianeot'y cares ail diseases of the
gen it a urinary organs ia either tex.
rgansia either tex. Ail I
troubles are confidential-
ly treated, as well us acute, chronic, pii-
vate and nervous diseases in men or m j
men of whatever natare, if curable. No
cases taken if not. Most cases can be
treated ot home after one visit to the
doctor's office. Ail business relations
i'h Dr. Darrit, are Etrictly coiiS itntial.
Cocdactor Chas. Brady, Brakemen J.
lfany Pinkston and K. O. Tarrott, Ei gi
neer Frank, McDanald and Fireman C.
Pratt went ever to llornbrook Friday as
witnesses at tbe in'iuest of E. B. Ser.rs,
tha old gentleman of 70 years of ag?, re
ported to be deaf, who was killed while
he was walking on the track Thursday,
near Hornbrook, by the locomotive at
tached 'o the northbound overland train.
I The company 'e Jem pbjes were exonerated
from all blame in the accid?nt. It is
thought that the unfortmate man medi
tated death ; and eoiuc coueider it a case
ofsuicide. He ws walking ulou tlie
track to his home a few miles from KJge
wooJ, facing the moving train, bat madrt
no attempt to clear the tracs. At t tie
place ol the accident tho track makes a
eharp curve and there was uo opportun
ity for the engineer to stop the train ia
time to save tbe unfortunate man. Tid
; ' I . M ide Uagsdalu was lascn rjiito
1. 1 lit Monday and is s'iil triable t i 1)3
We . re sorry to mmouiRTa that Father
C.iurchill is quite indixpodod it!i an at
tack cf Ingrinpe.
Dr. Twiichell was called to Ten Milo
yesterday t tee Mrs. F. F. Churchill,
who ia 6i riony ill.
Mrs. G V. Siiort of Wilbur, caiiio
iyr vf tterday mid is visitiaji frieml" in
tliocit) for a day or two.
Wo are ;!ad to aononnce that the little
Bun of Mr. and Mrr. Hoffman is conva
lescing after his eevcre illness.
Ex-Governor "Bob" Taylor, of Ten
n 'sat;?, thofauioui lecturer, will deliver
an ndJr-F8 in Ilosehur, Tuesday even
Gardner's .lele,!i'i Ji to hear Billy
Bryan came in last evcuinjj. Owing to
tho bad roads theio were but few came
over from the white city by the sea.
Fr, d I'.itrson e'epc-d a contract yes
terday for a i:c w In irk building Sx35
fee'., o:.l ttoiy, for lUUiihetiiy & Sjii ut
Yoicd!.!. I'lii' no iv btitlJiu wiil to oc
cti,ii'd by 1 r. Kin,; ua a drugstore.
Bcrnhard Mun'cr, tlio genial and o'j
lig'u ; s i'eaiuaa ol Wolkuberg En., re
turned h m j Wedv.-cday from a vacation
and very enj jyahle virit with his l roiher
Carl, lit Co touv.o.vl, Calii. During his
absencu' lu also vUitcd Anderson, Uel
Biuffai'.d San Frauci tv.
Mr. Margirct J. L.i:ke, worthy grnd
matron . ( Uu- Katorr. S:ar, visited U ;.-e-burg
Chapter Monday night ut a sjn rial
sesaici'. The wor' (i the i.nh-r wss ex
emplified in a pl-.-'-tii ui.tituvr. Mri.
I.utke . :. i is a v-ry f.ijiit-l.j woman,
Sivfrt ! :i e i-1;-; i . ri ultiet-hc ha
v':fiii' 1 irtti- M lu r a liiii'i'-:ra'iaii. Djr.
iug :1: eV'-'iii g y't!. Lt.lL- :il,virid
quite a '.. g' h f a M.-cs-t giving a:v:;e to
thee;'! r, which wai n;ptei.ittd by li
present. Siiort sptches were al-si made
by Past W rthy Gnti d Patron M. F.
Kapp, Past Wo-thy I'a'rons Free Joha
san and A. M. C'awior l, and Worthy
l'atroa 0. P. Ccehow, and Mrs. I). L.
Hant an of M uttn Wagliirgton Chapter
o! PortlanJ, lw nat p-fsent the grand
mar.'iial. At the conc'iUsiiii of the work
o. tt;e .ia r an vx.e.ier.t iuncii was
served ia th bauqurt hail t which all
did a i pie j'lstice.
The lloa. Linger H raiaaa, Coaimii
ioaer of t'.c G.j::-.'ral L-al 0:lij., at
Wa&hicgtou Ci y, has rceatly made an
impo-t.-tn. ruling i:; which bo holds that
a patent 61. d oa miaera! land mu:t be
crried through without delay. The
r.ilii.g ;-.rt-- o i' nl a c.i'e inv jiving land
ia Clear Cuvk iViaty, in ih state of
CoivT.i 1 . Nj .);kh.is beea dj.ie on
the Ia:id ii t '.r.ty-Cvj '-ar, aa 1 the
mtawh) app'iedfaia patent on it had
neer s ca ?l tin; ac'toa cn tLe
ap; lie ja. The Ciumi-jjioaer held
t!.-'t t'.o p-.r-ja whj mikes the ap?li-a-tijii
oa mi u rl 1 i.-. J mast proceed . with
bis c-i .r ii? I s -a a"! hit rigii's i.frer a
rea-.a . ti :.a4 cUp?"d. The eas
tern ban iteOii t i a;;iiy t r a patent on
lands', aul th.-u, ia a ere it m ny cases,
the i.;o3a applyiag ha adowed tbe
nutt-jr t j rt fjr years. Toe Commia
tia::er l. ;s hi? ra iag oa Sectba 2325 cf
tbe B 'vii d Statutes.
NOTiCU TO "ORACLE" SUBSCRIB.
la ii.-.- pari haso of this paer we Cud
it ueceary to consolidate the baeiucES
ufthj liiile Boa uutj! Oiacle with the
pL.uNntALi-K, the OiUies of tti3 eatscrib
ers to the Oracle having beea transferred
t'Jti.o t.r.iki cf the 1'laimilalsk ar.d
thvy ail; receive this pip.'r regularly un-
t.i their s'.'.!:.;crij'ti.ja expires, when this
pi',H.r will bj promptly d.soatinued, un
licj utucri. ord-.-red. Daring its biiel
raretr the Oracle .nude many friends
uh'. niwj lrut.will tiad ta even more
iuti reftiu, r.esy, spicy nud worthy
i I'irual io tho lL.MMitaLi.ii, which will
be ct.Live 1 r-r.d ciherKh? improved at
a v. iv c-.itiv (i.ite.
Caro Brcs. a; Oakland
Oift-r for sale tho followin,; goods at coat
aj they are over ttcck-.i in theai :
Mackintosh 3S, coilarettee, c.i;h.'-i, dreas
skirts r.o 1 a laro aFSortuieA of gents
and li. vs1 rubber clothing.
David Erower, a prominent elder in
tbe G"rtnau Eapti.t or Daukard church,
die 1 at Lin home at Tal;tit March - b,
cstel 7J years. 1 1 3 was a DJtive of 'ir
giuta.and ca.na to On-gia iu 1S71 , settl
ing ia Wiliarue t? valley. Fjr the past
eiht years ho has lived in Sanlhern
Ort goa. Besid-s a wif-, he led five cbil-
or.-n J. 1'. lirower, oi saiero, airs. m.
Bulitucro, cf Albany; Mrs. P. Margan,
of Marioa county : Mis. L. S. (iates and
Dr D. M. Brawcr, of Ashland.
CAtiTOU-THIFLK.-At the home of J
P. Thielo, April 1, ItWO. Mr Henry
Castor and Mifia Myra M Thiele, Kev
T. Thomas olliciatiojr.
" My home is in Sidmtv. Ohio. I have been nearer death with consumption
that; any oilier living person in the world, and I want you to read this, so yon
tan Ull others. I took a sever cold aud neglected it, 1 grew worse all the.
tunc, and at the tad ot
two years I had run into .
consumption. I coughed
terribly, lost lk:,h, could
not sleep, and became so
dreadfully weak t'nvt I
had to take t bad. I a
the following eighteen
months 1 gradually
reached tho hist stage's
of consumption. No less
than seven "phyricians
treated mo ;uid all ;avc
i:ic up saying I was in
turiihle. I 'was absolutely
helpless. The whole fam
ily wore themselves out
e.lfing for me. uc day
y.i ;hcr and sister camo
:-i i bedside, and said
1 h.i.l 1ml a day or two more to live. Tears rolled down their checks as they
oljhed the news. The doctors had declared I was in tha last stage, and no
human being could save me. 1 was willing to die, but before going to the cruel
gntvc, I wanted to go nut aud sec mv dearly beloved town of Sidney once more.
Tiicv told inc such a thing was impossible that I would surely die before I got
i.aik. l'.ut I msi .ted, and to gratify my dving wi4.l1, a carriage was fitted up
.v;:h a b.d of pillows, ar.d to tins 1 was carried and slowly driven around Court
;! u eS.pi.irc. I f;..t home more dead than alive. Through tho mercy of Provi
,'. e. v.mniuo brought a trial bottle of medicine said to be a consumption cure.
ot:c im;:; itied for aa instant it was worth trying. Hut as a drowning person
i.i-a tps at a straw, so 1 tried this medicine. I was better after taking two doses.
Mv.iior got mote of the medicine and I took it, improving all the time. Today I
i-.-u a-s will as any reader of this paper, and the mcdicino that cured mc was
.V .!.; Kr.glish Renutly for Coiisuniptton. I declare before God aud man that
eve: V word hcle L't itllcd is tntr."
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1 ..is iriii.irkuMe lOVMii.-mal. on lit,- in tlx: jiftn-r of Messrs. W. II. llooKirr.v ii).4.criwii
V oi ;-t rn l, t.t .r. A. lii-T's uU Urie,l i;ni;lisU Utmu.ly, is voutticJ fur by them, as'vell aa by
p! )'.'a.''i(.,lnn..:l-.t-, ai f-'Jiu'V, Dliia. ' j
a'T's liivlirii H.-i,,, . ! is hi I, y nil iliii'iumu tiiiiliT n tvinillvo citiiraiitav Unit your raon' will lie r.
t.i'iii, 1 ii2ii.t tiilui,-. i.-f-.Cuv. mi'l St .'I liuiili in r. M. iiml luiii.l.i. In l.iiulau.l l-..u.t..ii. U1ml.0U.
I GRAflD niLLIfiERY OPEfilfiG
g ' TUESDAY APRIL 3.
I -JOSEFHiSON'S a
301 and 303 Jackson St. Roseburg, Oregon. 3
A Sudden Death.
Linnard Hiideturn, one of il.e mem-
bera of the Hildeborn Bros., died ecd-
denly Monday, at tbe home of his broth-
er on Mill street, in tbis citv.
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He had been working nights and s!cep -
ing daring the day, and when ba was j
called in the evening, h? as f tandin
his room cold in death, ilia health had
been poor for several months. Death
had erideotly come to hiai while sleep
ing. By request of friends, n autopsy
was hel 1 by Drs. Uooer and DaGa,
when tbe discovery was made that death
occur re-1 from a rapture of the heart,
although the stomach was found to be ef
fected with tabercolosis.
The funeral was held from the resi
dence of James HilJeh'J-u, TucsJar at
3 o'clock p. m.,'acd iut 'raieot in the
Odd Fellows cemetery. Deceased was
1 aged 37 years, 3 months and 17 days and
was a single man. lie made msnr
friends daring his residence ia Kosebnrg,of Cleveland and I respectfully solicit
w ho were shocked at bia sad Jen and un
expected death. Tbe Borrowing and be
reaved relatives have the sympathv of
Cieorge J. Filch, of Portland, repre
eentic tha B. of L. En was in Ashlind,
.Saturday, en route to San Francisco,
where he goes to make a call on "Uncle !
K. Morri, the engineer w ho has the I
passenger rua between Grants Pass and j
Kasebnr, was in Ashland, Saturday, on
his way to San Francisco. Mr. Morris
is vice chairman of the advisory board of
locomotive engineers, and goes to the
Bay City representing the engit.eeie at
the conference, today, wiih C. P. Hunt
ington regarding the "relief" insurance
Much interest is taken all over tbe
cta-t in the meeting of the representa-
fives cf the various brotherhoods of tbe j
men engaged ia tbe great S. P. Co's sys- I
tern, which wiil tako placa today ia San
Francisco, with Collis P. llcn'.iatoa the
president of t'.e company. Tbe traiameo
believe they have a just cneva. ee over
the proposed "relief" insurauce n.eaeare
that it has been proposed to foist on
them, and in their opposition to it they
bavo the sympathy of the people as well
as of tho great fraternal orders and old
lina insurance companies. It is hoped
thit aa amicable understanding will be
arrived at. Ashland Tidings.
The M. E. Church recple having eald
a portion of the cb
urch property includ-
ingthe pursonage and old church build
ing, have decided to erect a handsome
new church as soon as the Inmber can
be placed upon the cround. The new
edifice will cost in the neighborhood of
$3,030. Donations have already txea re
ceived ranging from, (3 to 5C0, Mr. J. 1.
Joaea. giving $500 toward tbe new build
ing. Uchemta Noget.
MOKI TEA POSITIVELY CURES
sit k headache, indigestion and conetipa
sion. A delightful herb drink. Re
moves all eruptions of (he skin, produc
ing a perfect complexion, or money re
funded. 23cts. and 50 cts. M. F. Rapp,
But True Story
The most Artistic and Stylish Display of French
Pattern hats in the new pastel shades, that has ever
been brought to Roseburg. Our trimmer has attended all
the San Francisco Openings and is prepared to suit the
mot refined and fastidious tastts. A fine assortment of
Sailers, Walking Hats, Etc. Everyone Cordially invited
to call. -
; A drst claw restaurant baa been
S ojiened oa Cub street, opposite tbe
j l'ot. l hicb may be bad freh oye-
haaideSmel". i't !nJ f"1
i "eUes meals at alwioars, regular meals
tare served. Lnnchea and onirk rih!
for railroad passengers a specialty. For
,1... L. . I 1 . .
iuji ungr leeiiog oe sure and call at
! Dofff's restaurant, pricta reasonable.
Attention, Please !
The Bcseburg Exchange Book Store f
can give yau reasonable rates on both
tew and secondhand books. Alaoaa-I
tborired sgnt for the S. F. Call.
A. If. Sevelsox,
Op. post office, Ivoeeburg, Or.
Boards and Pkkets.
I can furnish split boards and pickets
on frhort notice an my place 2 roilea weet
crders fcr the same.
The Byron Horse.
The Byron horse now owned by J. B.
Dixriawiil make the season at Wilbur
Wf dnesday and Thursday of each week.
AtBoeebarg Friday and Saturday and
i the remainder of the time at the home
of the owner on the North Um pejua.
For li-.o benefit of those persons wbo
desire to attend the republican county
conventiou at Kojeburg, on Saturday,
April, 7th, me aiah to say that the late
of one and one third fare for the round
jtrii-, wiil apply to all persons attending
tbe onyenticu whether delegates or
Fifty gO'Hl timbermen, wages 2 per
day: Fifty general laborers, wages (1.50
Camixlu. dt AXEXaNOKK,
Notice to Stockholders.
Annual meuiog cf the Douglas County
Building and Loan Association,
Kosuiu bo, Ore., April 2, 1SW0.
Sio-'tt-oldeis are hereby tiotided that
the annua! meet it g of the stockholders
ot the Douglas County Duilding and Loan
! Asociaticn.of Kosebnrg, Oregon, will be
j tell Bt lr-9 Fireman's room in City Hall
tatbe city of Uaseburg, Douglas .'ounty,
on Wednesday April 13, l'JOO, at 7:30 r.
m. t f said day for the purpose of electing
seven directors, an t three anditcr, for
the transaction of such other business as
may leallj come before said meeting.
Jons H. Siici'K,
A'J KE lis' DVSrEl'SIA TABLET
are sold ou a positive guarantee. Cures
heart bum, raising of tho food, distress
after eating or any form of dyspepsia
One littb tablet gives immediate relief
I -i cts. and 0 cts. tor sale at M. F.
Rapp'j Jrug store
ni us iievi
We Lave now open ru elegaot line of NEW WASH FABKICS
consistinfr of Fancy Zephyr Uinghams, Fine Silk Striped Uiog
hums, Fancy Piques French Percales, German Calicos, Whit
Good, Etc., Etc..
'New Embroideries iiml Insertion, Laces aud Iortious,
niatcb, Allowr Euibroidoriea, TuckiugtJ, au I Aplique Yoking.
kiml9 fancy DresH Triuiuiings.
We Lave everytbiuir tbnt is new
will repny you
A new lino of Ladies SSilk Dre6a
TLo swelleat liuo of ileus Neckwear in tbe city.
C. I. K." STORE.
FISHER & BELLOWS.
Now U the Time.
To loik oat for yoor 1900 bicycle, and
as we are batim? oar first lot of wheels
come in a car lut with the other agents,
these fine Imperials and Cleveland will
arrive in a few days; any ooe purchasing
one or two wheels ont of this first lot we
will give a discount of $2, just tbe eaviug
of freight. Regular prices on these
wheels are $iJ to f(0.
T. K. KlCHABOSOX,
! YOUR FACE
Shows the sute of your feelings and tbe
state of yonr health aa well. Impure
blood makes itself apparent in a pale and
sallaw complexion, pimples and skin
eruptions. If yon are feeling weak and
orn oat and do not bare a baltby ap
pearance, yoa should try Acker's Blood
Elixir. It cares all blood diseases wber
cheap Sarsapariila and so called pariiert
tail; knowing this, we cell every bottle
on a positive gaaraolee.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
: Unite! Slates I-aod Office.
Rotnca.., Or., February 24, IScO.
Nk-e la hereby given tliml in compliance
wiia the provisions oi the ac-t oi Conrr oi
Jane S, 1ST-4, entitled "An art for tbe sale oi
timber land la tbe tatei of California. Ore
gon, Sevada ant Mashineton Tenitorv,"
CHA&LE3 A- METL1X
Of UarshGel'l, County of C"na, Slate of Oregon,
baa taia day filed in tbi Alce bis ura state
ment No. for the porvhi of ine SW1 of
sr. S.. , id Tp. No. J 3. K. No. 10 W. aol
will offer proof Iu snow that tin land sought ii
more Tainable for ita timber or stone t baa for
agrtcoltorai purpwes. and to caiabiLh bis elatni
to said land U-iore the Ktbter and Kecvirer of
this office at Kosebun;. Or., on Tuenlar, the Kxh
.1st ol Mir, 11 A). He names as wnn.w?:
Williaai Wrenn. Frank Koren. J. Yoatam. R.
AVcetlea. ait of Manhiieid. rvcon. an r an-1 ai 1
persons clalinii.c. adserwir tbe aboTe-dc-scribad
land are renuested to file their rjairu fn tbis
ofticcouor before i!l J"Kb darof Mar, 1W.
Notice for Publication.
I'aiTED 3t.tk5 Laud orn a.
Rom' burr. Oras;B. r'et- -I.
No'irv is hereby tivru thai in cennliiic
with the pruTi5lons ol the ae-t of Conjn- ol
Jane a. 1?TS. rautlcd "Aa act Tor Uu: aie ol
timber land in the itat ! California, On-gua.
Nevada and Ws-hmrton Territorr.'
FsLANK K. RUliK!
Oi atarshiieid, Couaty of Cvi state of Orvguu,
bas tbis day filed ia ibii office bisswom state
mrnt N.. s6, (or the purtDssol IbeNW, ol
seu No -U in Tp N2 6 S. K No. In W. snj xt i'A offer
prool to snow tnsi toe tana soueni is uiorc
valaabie lor its Umber or stone than for asri-
cultuial viirposos, and to etablib his claim to
a;d land tx fare tbe Ecglstex aud Eeeeiverol
lau erncc at Koscbur; . itvv-oc, on laiy,
IbeJDih da of Ms v. ltiOO. He name' as witnesses
Cbarii-sA. Me:n, F. llaley K. Weedeu, Wil
liam Wrenu, all of Manbiield, Ordron. Any
and all ersons claiming adversely the above
decriood lands arc requested to ti is theirelainif
in tbis oiilec on or oeiore saia Aim day oi Alav,
J. T. BRIDGES,
Notice for Publication.
CN'ITED sTTATES LAN D OFFICE.
R.xibi bo, Ore., March S, l'.
Notice Is hereby ijiven that in compliance
with the provisions of th9 set ol Congress of
JuneJ,l7i. entitled "An act fur the sale oi
Umber lands in the slates of California, de
eon, Nevails and Washington Territory, "
FRANC M. MARION
of Oakland, County of Douirlas, State of Orecon.
lias this day hied in this oniee his sworn state
ment No. ssa, for the ;f iirehase ol tne s. W. xt
of Seeiion No. 10, ia Township No. 21 9. Range
No. J W. and will oner proof to show that the
Isnd sought is more valuable for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, ami to es
tablish his clsim to said land beiore the Regis
ter and Receiver of this office at Rosebunr. Ore
gon, onTbuisday the 10th day of May l joo
He names as witnesses: E. E. Thorn tm,
Charles Hunt, Grant Ta'lor, and H. 11. Killer
allot Oakland, Douglas Couuty Oregon. Any
and all pemuus claiming adversely the above
described lauds are reauev-ted to hie their
i lsim in this office on or before said loth day oi
p J. T. BRILHJES
Skirt and Wash baitp.
Notice For Publication.
rxrrss States Lass Omcs,
Rose bars;. Orecon, rebrnary 16, 130S.
Notice is berebe given that ia compliance
with the provisions of the art of Congress of
June Xnl, 173, entitled "An art for tha ssue ef
Umber lands in the States of California, Ore
gon, Sevada and Washington Territory,"
WILLIAM H. SMITH,
Of Manhfietd. Cvanty of Coos, Plate of Oregsa,
has this dar filed in ibis office his sworn state
ment So. for tbe pnrcbase of the SSfUX
NSW"1;, of Section So. 2S, Township So. 2o
South, karure Xo. SWest. and will offer proof ta
bow that tbe land sooent is mote TsJuabie for
its timber or stone than lor aaneajtonl pur
poses, and to establish bis claim to said Had fee.
fore the RexiMer and Receiver of this office at
Rosebure, Oregon, oa tsatanlay the l'th day of
May, l.Oi He names as wiinenes: 6eo. H.
Herron.of Mardiiieid, Oreston. Albert E. Betp.
of -Marshtield, Oregon. E. W. KardelL of Marsh
Seld, Oregon, A. K. Kaideil, of Manhneid. Ore
gon. Any and all penons claim inf adversely tho
almvedesrritieil lands are reaeated to tile their
claims in thit office on or before said 12th dar
of May, ISO.
Nit ice for Publication.
CjriTSD STATES LNO Olfll S.
Rosebo-, tr?n. w mary 16. 1H.
Soliee is hereby given that in compliant
with the Trovl:i.Q of IM act of Omgreas of
Jane X 1-Ti. enti-Jed 'An act for the sa.e of tim
burtsods in the slates nf California,-Orecon..
Sevada and Wajhincton Terriry:''
RtUbKS C. FECK,
of Aili laud. County of Ashland, fra of Wiaroa
s:n, has this day riled ia this office his rwoni
statement No. MI, for the purchase of tbe MW4
of Section No. 11, In Township No. 24 S. Rantrc
No. 3 W and will offer smuf to show that ilw
land sooeht is more vaiuaWe for ita timber or.
stone than for sjrnealmrai purposes, sad ft cs
Kblish hi claim to said land before the Ret fes
ter and Receiver of this oiboc at Rase bur, Ore
gon, on Friday the rihdayof April, 1jO. He
names as witnesses: T. W. Potter, of Ashland.
Wisconsin: fcdward C. Stevens, of Waahban,
Wisconsin: i. C. Tarney, of Fortlaad. Oregon;
L. G. DeWoit of Portland. Oregon.
Any and all persona claiming adversely the
above-des-nbed lands arc rencsted to tie tbar
claims in this oce on ox before said Z7th darof
April, J. T. BRItM-.E.
Notice For Pablicatioa.
IJMTKD &TaTl L.ISO OFFICE.
Rxburf. Oreaun. February la, 1S.
Notice is hereby gnen that in compliance
with tbe pro tsion of the act of d-ogTesa
June S. l.., cnul ed "An act for the sale of tim
ber laii'in in tbe Slates of California, Oregva.
Nevada, aud Wab:n:ton Tetntorv,""
CIIRJsTIAN O. CARL,
OfWbhbum Count v oi Bavneld. stale of n'ia-
consio, has this dar died in this office his sworn
statement No. tv. for tbe port have of the -E'
of eoitiou No. 2. in Tou?hip No. -I south.
Range No. 3 w est, and will offer proof t? how
tliat the land souaht is more raiuable for its
timber or 'lone than for agricultural purposes,
aud to establish his claim to said laud before
the Register and Receiver oi this office at Rose
burc, Uregou. on Kriday the Si day of April,
It". He names as witneraes: James C. Turner,
of Portland. I'o-gou. L T. tieWolt. of WoudlasMl,
W asbintton. Ednard C btnrns, of Ashland.
W i"Cusin, Frank W. PoUer, of Ashland, Wis
consin. Any and all penons claiming adrerselr the
abe deserioed lands are re-iuated lo tiie' their
claims in this odicc on or be'oreaaid Zl day ot
Notice for Publication.
UNITED STATES I.ASD OlTlCK,
Roseburg. Oregon, February la, 13r,
otlce is nereny given that in .oiunU:
with the provisions of the act of Congress ot
June 3. 18. entitleil "An act lor tbe sale of tim
ber lands in tbe states of California, Oregoa
Nevada and Wasbincton Territorr:"
KIAVARD C. TEVkSs.
of Washburn. County of Bayfield. Slate of Wis
consin, has this day tiled in this office his sworn
statement No. for tbe purchase of tbe north
east quarter of Section No 10, in Township No.
24 South Range So. S West, and will oner proof
to show that the land sought is more Taluabto
lor its timber or stone than for agricultural par-
po'es and tocstaollsn msciaim to said land be
I re the Kecisler and Receiver of thisomeo at
Rosebunr. Oregon, on rridav, the -Tin dsy oi
He names as witnesses: ChKrlie teiset, oi
Washburn, Wis.: Michael S. iiad, of W'Ksh- -burn.
Wis.: James C. Turner, of Portland, Ore
gon: Frank W. Potter, of Ab)aod, Wis.
Any and all person claiming .lenly ihe-above-desc'ibed
Uuds are reueited to fila their
claims ia this oihce ou or before ald 27th day
ol April, J. T. BRIDGES,
Notke for Publication.
I'MtID Statks lsd orrirs,
Koseburg. Oregon, r'ebnisry 16.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with tbe provision;' ot the act of Congress of
Jnue;;. 1S, entitled 'An act for thecal of
l.mler lands intheSiate California, Oregon.
Nevada aud Washington Territory, '
Of Washbr.in,:i ,uity of Bayiield. Slate of Wis
consin, h.-M t-v. dj. t.leil in this office bis sworn
statement. No vis for the purchase of the
southwit .urier"f Section No. 2, in Town
ship Nv 24 vm ti. K.iuge No. S West, snd will
otter proof tonhuw that the land sought is more
valuable for it timber or stone tbau foragrt-"
cultural purpow. and to establish his claim t
said land before the Register and Keeeiveruf tars
oitice at Koseburg. Oregon, on Kridsy, the 27th
day ol April. fle names as witneses: '
I rant W.Potter of Athland, Wisconsin. Jamca
C. inrneyot Portland, ttregon. EdwanlC. etrr
eii. of Ashlaii I, Winsin, John W. UeilauU of
Any and all iersoii claiming a.lverely the
a-ovoleseribiM lamU are reuucslcd to rile their
claims iu Ibis office ou or before said 27th day of
J. T. BRIDGES,
Notice for Publication.
I'MIKU SrilK t.AND IHHi i.
Kosebiirs, Oregon, February Ii, I'.W.
Solne is hereby given (bat in rompli uce
a lib the provisions of the act of Congress of
June :t, 1T, entitled "Au act lor the sa'c ot
timticr lain.' iu the Stares of California, Oregcn.
1 Nevadu and Washineton Territory .'
JOHN . liEl.LANU.
of Washbnrn, County of Hav Held, stale of WJ.
I cousin, has this lay iitel in this office kmswoto
' mstemeut No. mo, ior ihepurchasvoi he Lota
! 1. 2. NE1, of Section No. 2. iu Township No.
! 24 South Uau-e No. LiYlcst, nui. will oner proot
' to show tliat iho land ou;tn is hioi valuabl.t
) for its tiuiiier or some rtiait lor Hgi ieu'ituial pur
1 ptwes. snd to establisti hw claim to said laud be
! fore the Ui gister ui.l Keeei er i f this ortice at
t KorebtiK. un.u. on Kriday, the 27th lv of
April, vxx. He names a ultuesses Miehaef
I N. ttiet.nl. of Washburn. Wis.: Kduard . Stev-'
! ens. of Ashland, W is.: I hartie (.leisrt. of Wash
bum, Wis.; James c.Tuiney, of Pmtland, tre-
Any and all person elaimimr dverely tbo-aiiOve-deM'ritied
lands are reqiiesletl to til their
rlaiiusli this nlliee on or tfoix 'Tlh d;iy o