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POPL L!ST 1 ICKfcT.
Dryan for President, Towne for Vice
President. Sioix Falls, 8. D., My 10. Tbe
Kational Popul t Convention concluded
Its tession, and adjourned r'n die utter
nominating lion. W. J. Bryan for prrei
dent and the Hon. Charles A. Towne for
Til nomination of Mr. Towne wa
only accotuplhlied after a "truggle of
eereral hours' duration, in which an el
fori irB maJo to have the question of
the nomination of n, vii-t-prrldetitial
candidate referred to a committee to con
fer with the democratic and silver tepnb
lican parlie in their nati 'rial conven
A motion to this etlVct whs defeatrd
by vote of lY.S to 402.
Both candidates were nominated by
acclamation, but before the result whs
reached various candidates were pWrd
in nomination, and their name huiww-
Bively withdrawn. Both nominal k C8
were aecompl d amid scenea i ,i ureal
Towne pose- a silver republican.
Work of the County Court.
Io the Aaron Roe ei-tate, the sale of
certain real property xj Arthur Stradoi is
W. A. 8miley appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Henry Armstrong,
Final settlement of the estate of Geo.
Hunter, (Jece ist 1, set for July 2, l'JOO, at
10 o'clock a. iu.
The petition cf V. L. Co'.)b for the va
cation of certain streets as platted in the
town of Dillard is granted.
Io the estate of Delinda Hill, deceased,
the sale of the real property of the ea
tite to Mary Ellison is approved.
Mrs. Lore tit J. Spooner was appointed
guardian of Oildert G. and Lillian A.
Spooner, minor children of i. A. Spoon
K.T. Clakely is appointed as clerk of
ejection in Mt. Scott prvcinct ; vice, II.
A. Blakely, who is a resident of Kist
Iu the estate of Karl Kiruruel, de
teamed, the sale of certain real property
tf Mai.) estate tj Mrs L. i. Mclotyre is
lathe estate of J. K. Mitchell, de
Hr.tel, the eale of the real property of
rai.l estate t) Mrs. Eliza C. Mitchell, is
In tLe estate of Edward Hambridge,
. deceased, the administrator, H. L. An
drug, is authorized to sell the personal
property of said estate at public or pri
. rate sale.
In the tstataof J. M. Ingram, de
coated, the administrator. John 7. Long,
it authorized to sell the personal proper
ty of the estate at public or private
In the estate of YV. B. Carey, due-eased.
Isaac T. Coy a appointed administrator,
and Geo. Steoson, Edward Da hi and W
G. Stenson, appraisers.
In the estate of Sarah Ellen Mattoou
deceased, the administrator, Ira Witn.
berly, is authorized and directed to sell
the real property of said estate after due
publication of notice of juch file.
In the estate of Win. Wells, deceased,
the final account of the administrator, T
J. Singleton, approved and settled, and
. administrator and bondsmen exonerated
In the estate cf A. V. Reed, deceased,
the final account is approved and the
execator, Eva iieod, Warri-n P. Heed
and Ben E. Lyster, difc'.arge.i.
In the matter of a county road through
tbeBusbey and other lands in Brooaside
addition to II eeburg. C. A. McOee, A
8. Ireland and Jan, Newland were ap
pointed viewers and O. F. Thiel surveyor
to meet on Saturday, May 2.
The resignation of (. W. Carter as co
administrator of the estate of Karl Kim
in el, deceased, is accepted and Mrs.
Fredericks Kimmel continued a sole
administrator of eaiJ e tite.
In the estate of Tor s. Wiley, deceased,
the final account of the administrator,
J. 6, Wiley, ia approved and adminis
trator discharge J.
In the estate of C. M. Mioter, deceased
the personal property, which is all the
property of sail estate, appraised at
256.20 be tel apart for the uee and
benefit of (be wiJow and minor children
ard farther administration discontinued.
1 a the estate of Washington Ila.hee,
dei-wl. W.n Tipton, A. II. Dirckman
an i W. 13. Att- rnn'-y are appointed ap
praisers, L D. Huhe6 executor
Self-reliaa:e means leirniDg early
that if you ar s ra trouble, no one is go
tag t j get up la the night to help 70s
SlimmCr I con,P'ete nue of Covert, Ducks, White
Pique Skirts iu plain and appliqucd designs
3kirtSe vaO'mK m price from 50c to $2.25.
!! - J ! rc a tnc rae or swe summer dresses.
ZllK lOUlarClSjWe have a line iu the new gray lavcndai
and purple shades which arc trade winners.
it: ROSEBURG. OREGON.
Gold Brick From Bohemia.
A gold brick weiithinn i pounds, and
valued at $ lO.OOt) will soon tie placed on
exhibition in this city. P.J. Jennings
has brought it iu from the Uohemia dis-
ict. It ia from Ihe Heleua mino and
represents a L) days' run with a uve
stampmill. The brick has been saMyMocko ! in a
private eafe. It is somewhat larger thau
an ordinary brick and is of a dull yellow
color. A regular brirk tironzed over
wonld be a close iojitution. It does not
look very heavy, but when one tries to
lif'. it suddenly uh ia eurprUed at the
weight. It seems uloed faKt to what
ever it is reatiujj .upon and it is pretty
uard to j;et a finger hold und"r it.
iome sufuplesof the ore from which
tlie brick was mined were seen and these
fairly glittered with flake K"'d. The fact
that a five-stamp mill could yiind oat
such a gold brick in 20 davs (shows how
wonderfully rich the g'lid mu'-t be.
Mr. Jennings is thinking some of put
ting the brick on exhibition in a safe
place, but ha not complied ':ie ar
rangements yet. Telegram, May ').
The District Fair.
The annual fair given by the Second J
Southern Oregon District Astociation, is ,
to be held in Marehfield this) ear, and;
the date set is the last week iu August.!
Considerable ex pence will have to be iu -'
currad by the management in erection of
stands for vegetable, s'alls for uaUle, ;
hog, etc., building grand xtarul and j
making arrangements for acconrodaiiou '
of visitors, and many ether matter too j
numerous to mention.
It is therefor absolutely necessary
that the go id will of the business men!
and public-spirited, ciiizens be (Jedgd '
to sui'p jrt the eiitarpriae, aud the nrceH- !
sary Ian in to make the fair a grand sue- '
cesa be forth cumliii;. A Ure uiuibr :
of visitors from oottide countiea be :
here, and the interests of the bay will he '
tifui'fiite'l in various ways by 1 heir com-
um. Uo'ib May .ef.
Portland Elks to Hold a Fair.
Now 'tha'. it has been ' decided that
there is to be no Portland expouilijii 10
that city next fall, the K ks tiavn come
to the rescue.' At a meeting ol the oidr
held there a few days ug ) a cjiumittee
was appointed to make arrangements for
a grand street fair or c.anival. FuiiCii-ns
of this kind have been cairied no' wilh
great success in maoy cities.
Something of this kind will not only
be a novelty to this state, but ill ' a
pleasing change from the usual rou ii.M
exposition. The committee will be an
nounced within a day or two, and wili
enter on the discharge of its duties at
once. It will doubtless receive hearty
encouragement from the public, and as
the Elks have alwsya beeo successful in
carrying out anything o! . thi nature,
they will see that the proposed carnival
is no exception to the role. .
We pride ourselves
have the Largest, Cheapest andjHcst line otj
blurt Waists ever shown lntlusjcity. Prices
from 50 cts to $2.50.
In this department
some merenrir.ed Sateen Skirt, which cannot
f 1 1 Ml C u.
oc 10m irom suk in
Cheaper ones but good ones at $1.25, $2.oc
Read This, Consumptives
" From the way tny wife coughed for nix months, I knew she had consump
tion. She showed it in her face, too, nnd her botly.wastcd away to a mere skele
ton. After she fjot down in bed the doctors couldn't do any good. 1 called in
both Dr. T. A. Shannon and Dr. N. L. Hawsen, each of whom is a first-clasa
that would rcRcli the trouble
in lirr limes. Mv wife's father
came to see her one day, when
she jot very low. He lives in
Cedur Liikc, Wis., while we
live in Kite Lake, Wis. Ho
i&iJ lie knew what was needed,
and made me tjet a Iwttlc of
Acker's linsjlish Remedy for
Consumption. I went to
Schmidt's, our local druggist,
and got a bottle, and it helped
her right away. She took eight
50c. bottles, and they put her
back on her feet and made her
as sound and well as any wo
man in towu. She has taken
on flesh again, she doesn't
cough, and if any one, who
doesn't know the facts was to
be told she was so near death
with consumption, he wouldn't
believe it. My wife docs all
her housework, and at night
steer's rs sotinrHy ns you please.
I Icr stomach no longer gives her any trouble at nil. Maybe you doubt what I
am telling. If so, I advise you to see J. N. Schmidt, the druggist who sold me
Ae!;e-r's English Remedy for Consumption. He'll tell you the same thing, lie
r.ays Acker's English Remedy is wonderful in all throat and lung troubles; that
jt is sold on n guarantee to cure, or money returned, and he never yet had a
hot tie come hack to his store, although he has sold hundreds of them. My name
is Luther Bedell, Rice Lake. Wis."
Acker's Bnsrliih Remedy ia o!! by all drus-iriiits under poaltlve (fuamnte
"-:r rr.onrv will be refunded In ctin of luilure. c yx. and i a bottle la
.1 '.ri'is u Canada, in i-.nxiunu
'" V.: t.hi.ir ,jmn:i.'ir. II'.
For sale by M.
Two livers up Yukon wsy have the
names of Mi Kinl-y and Bryan, respect
ively. According o Sill Citv figures,
the nunricr of Mormona now in existence
Manila papera ftaun that Aguinaldo is
! reported skulking among the Igorote vil
: lagftt of Lnon.
British Colnrntiia calitaliHtn will tun
I nol Ciiilkont Pass mouniain and build a
railroad from Drea fo 1ike l!iinefl.
j President McKinUy will spend the
: summer us rpiietly i posaihle at Caotori.
' lie -v i 1 1 make no e-"che during the
: tioiitiral campaign.
Moea It. (iotliut, of New York, who
wai formerly a bandmsHter in the Rus
sian army, propose to inise a regiment
for the National (iuard of Imh state com
po"ed entirely of Hvbread,
Increasing demand for electrical power
from Niagara Falls and ih Hpprnaching
Pan-American Kxposition at Buffalo,
have induced Ihe construct ion of a second
wheel-pit and station at the falls, l'.leven
new turbines will add .Vi.OOO horse power
to the 53,000 already supplied by fen tur
bines. Accordmic to Frank (j. Carpenter, thu
well known correiondeiit. the ta.'and of
Mindanao i the rluheit of ttiv Philip
pine sroop, and an excellent field for
American ente'prit and capital.. .
on the fact that wo
we show a very hand
aiij colors at S3. 50.
i. ! , u , ana 41. (a.
II. WiOKl ll A t'O., Pnijrldort, .Vtw JVrfc
R Rapp, Druggist.
"Scnlc Lin ol tha WorlJ"
The Favorite Transcontinental Route
Ret ween the Northwest and all
Choice of Two Knutei
Throtikjh the Famous
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Route" kast '
of l'ueblo and Denver.
All Passengers uranted a day stop-over
in the Mormon Capital or anywhere be
tween Oxden and Denver. Personally
conducted Tourist Excursions three days
a week to '
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the Bast.
For Ticketa and any Information Re
KardinE ,Ratea, RouteB, etc., or for De
acriptive AdvertiainK Matter, call on
Agents ol Oroxon Railway A Navigation
Co., Oreiiou Whort f.ine or Kouthern
K. K. HOOPER,
Oeneral Pas. A Ticket Aicent,
" DenveiCol., . ;
yy R. WILLIS,
fVttorney and Counselor at Lawt
Will nraalle la all the eourti of lh r)Ut. Jt
(re tn Mnraten llullillim, UuuiIm euantjr.Or.
Roomt I aii'l -'
Rovlow Hill M I nit.
IIOHKIU HU. OHKdON
J HA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
Offltv In I'diirt lloiinn
Willi Dl.l. Ally.
Q.EK(HiK M. BROWN,
J C. Kl'LI.KUTWN
Will pmolleit In nil Hie Htato mid Kiilural ConrU
Ofllcu Iu Mailt"' lllilf , Kuai'luirR, Orvfon.
JAS. K. SAW YJCHS,
ATTORN K V-AT-I.A W,
Room 3 A , taylor A Wilson Block.
)MMODOItK S. JACKSON,
Attorney mid CounM-Hor at Law.
Mining l.uw und Water Rights n.ndo
MtTi Bid. ItosKIil'Ktl, UllKUON
JOHN If. SHIPK,
Iliitliie Hfm I'.S. Un, ofti..(.i, I u
Otico Alirnlmin II ltill ou.
Attorney at Law,
oomildit. Slaratera fitda., ROs'KBC'R'i, UK
P"Bul!U' lioliirn the tt H I .. nn.. ...
Btluliif cM-a .poclalty. '
R"olvor V. . Land 0o.
JA. I fCHANAN, N.jtry I'ubli,.
Collections' a Specialty.
Mimter iuil.linf. KO-KUl It., OK
J. CURTIS SX( )C)K ,
llllf. .HI T I'M.l.illn
1 vk'phottu .Vii. 4
E. M- CIIKADIJC.
DOCTOR OF DKNTAI. Sl'RtJKk Y
In iii.i l.t'ii
Bilk ,.no MiKimm
IIOMKII1 1:0, OKKt.ON'
QR.OFO. K. HOUCK,
Physcian cS: Snrgeou.
OflIe ft Oftiiv Hni.
I'linuf, Main .11
jgJLMKU V. HOOVKR,
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'RGKnN.
Mpui'la) alli'inliiti wIm ii i iJiM-am-i uf tlr Now
ami 'I ti roar.
Oltl.'e Main Mt. oin-il.Hir ninth of ('1ivIIm.11
Hioni', Main :l.
OnKBIJKU DiVlrtlO.N No ;. B. OK l It.,
miwtaererj m-oouiI am) loiirlh HniuUy.
ALPHA LOIKIK, NO. 47. K. OK I'.. MIKT8
evtry WixliiKiilay eveulna at OilJ KlIIumi
Hall. VUilliiK KiiIkIiI Iu gmxl laiitlltif ror
flUlly tnvUod lo atluud.
Jim MK K I.I.I, C, (',
C. II. HsllKIt, K. II. H.
LAOKKI. LOlMK. A. K. A. mTkICoFlaK
ineullnira tlia -'J anil 4th Wi.,lri.,Uv. in
N.T. Jkwstt, H'ouy.
PAHItO'lT V. M.
TOKKBDK(j C'lIAPTKK. NO. a. O. K. H. UKtCTH
tbe llrkt ana llnnl TUurwlayi ol each
MKH. K.J. HntOUO, W. M.
MACIiiC UAT, tieu'y.
tOtlEKN WOODMEN OK AMKKK'A. MKKT
on li rat ami third Tuuaday of fai ti i.ionlh
In tlio rlii Maaoula bull.
II. L. M a KaTKan, Clerk.
MlI-I.KB, V. t'.
UTOODMIN OF TIIK WOKI.II li.k
o. J.'i. iiii ift at thu 01I Pi lluwa Hal
in l4oeliurir. cvitv lat. :irl ami Mh M,imiii
rvtmliiK. VitltliiK iiflKlilKira alwaya Wf.iunio.
J. A. HIM HAN'AN, C. C.
pHILETARUN I.Ou(K. NO, ,
1 mnia Haturlav nyeuliig of .
I. O. O. X.
Illllltf lit MMJ'H tMi.i.M I
tholr ball In Oil. I Kellow 'lrmple at KOMbura.
Mcmltcriiof ilia onlur In tnnd aumllna rc liivll
l lo atUind. UIIA.S. OI.KSON N. II
N. T. Jkwctt, Beo'y.
DOiEBtJR( LOlXiE, NO. 1(1, A. O. V. W
tuueU tbe aM'4Dj auJ fourth Moudavmil
Jch mouth at7;Wp. m. at Odd FelUiwn Hall.
Mttmuiiraof thoordur Iu aood ataodlua aralu
f Had to atland.
Ruoordi r. . .
H. WEST .