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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1900)
A Word to Republicans.
The republican party iii Ittae stats ol
Oregon staods on the threshold ot two
treat victories in the political warfare of
this rear that ofjtlie state slbctlan next
month, and of the national election in
November." The existing conditions at
the preient time, while it is vet early to
give a comprehensive forecast ol the re
, suit of the November election, are roost
favorable for the republican party in
both contests. The sentiment ot the
voter ol the state lies near the sorface
and fin la frequent expression in favor of
the attitode taken by the party on the
great questions that are before the peo
ple; and it is a pleasing incident of the
Campaign to note the dktep interest taken
by the maoes in tbete vitally important
While it is natural for the a iminiet ra
tion party to be attacked and severely
criticised narticularly daring a time
Then the country is involved in war it
must be admitted that the prevent ad
ministration has won ths confidence of
the people by the able manner in which
it has dealt wi" 'he deep problems ttjat
have arisen d the past four years
To expect that - l could be pleased would
be attributing 1-- man superhuman pow
er, and the iocirasiog favorablo attitude
of the masses, as expressed through the
press and in various other wsys, is an
assuring compliment to the broad views
and sic cere, bouest action of the powers
in control of the kfTairs of state and na
tion. The reeolt ot the election in Ore
goo will be a positive record of the faith
of the people of this state in the repub
lican party, and an endorsement of the
policy which will, in good time, prove of
' such great benel:(, not only to the pe
cuniary interests of the United States,
. bat to the caiseof humanity in all the
Ia view of these conditions and not
withstanding the preeeot indications of
overwhelming success at the polls, it is
incumbent upon every republican to re
main at work and alive to the interests
of ths party until the result of the con
test is made known, and Oregon shall
have set the pace for alt the other states j
to follow at the fall election. All eyes
tnrn to her and sll ears are strained to
catch the sound cftbe keynote of the
ca.iiign that she will sound. Let
eveiy effort.. be put forth to make it a
suitable standard, for ths success of the
pr'y ia this state will be an inspiration
to u'her localities throughout the nation
to emulate our example io rolling up big
majorities for the republican candidates.
It is a matter for congratulation that
eo far as nominations have been made
great care bas been manifested by the
republicans in securing the best men
available for the yarious offices. This of
iiet-lf is one of the main assurance that
the party will be successful.
The renomination of Hon. Tbos. II.
Tongue was the initiative in this respect,
and business men of all parties will
stand by him and see that be is kept in
toe position he fills with so much credit
to bis state. His success is doubly as
sured and will prove as profitable as it is
pleasing to the people whose interest be
As to the county ticket it can be said
that the same holds true. For all the
offices from state senator down, candi
dates have bee a chosen from the best
material in the county the beat known
and solidest business men, and those
who will look opon the interests of their
constituents as sacred trusts confided to
their keeping. Tbev are without excep
tion, trustworthy and should receive the
support of every voter who thinks enough
of bis own interest to cant a ballot. Let
as eee that our neighbors are kept in
formed as to the issues of the ctmpaign.
aad that the full vote is polled and the
tesult wi'l be all that the republicans
The Tariff and Wool.
We pride ourselves ou the fact thatj wc
Cl-i 2 Wa t rf z! have the LarSest Cheapest andBcst line of
Oil IT L VV 11ZL1 Shirt Waists ever shown inthisjeity. Prices
from 50 cts to $2.50.
In this department wc show a very hand
slmiemercumed""Sateen Skirt, which cannot
Underwear be tolcl silk n allJ cDrs -at 3-5o-
Cheaper oues but good oues at $1.25, $2.00
CLf flfrilTIPf A complete line of Covert, Ducks, White-
Pique Skirts in plain and appliqucd designs
SkirtS. varying in price from 50c to $2.25.
j Are all the rage for swell summer dresses.
FOllIciFClS We have a line in the new gray layendar
and purple shades which arc trade winners.
ROSEBURG, OREGON. JOSEPHSOfTS.
C. W. CORSON
Formerly of this City, Found Dead
Near Grants Pass.
Considerable excitement was caused
this week Tuesday by the announcement
that O. W. Corson, the painter, had
been found dead in the Dry Diggings.
It seems that he bad left the city oiue
ten da sago, with some provisions to do
a little prospecting, but not returning
bis partner in business, II. J. Bacher,
sent a party to look him up a .d his body
wis found Tuesdav in al J'jr g llch in the
Tlie coroner visited the place on Wed
nesday morning, and decided his deth
was due to heart failure. The pition
of the body indicated that he ha 1 pat
down on a low bank and had fallen ovor
Some tit and his watch was found on
his person. He was buried in Granite
Hill Cemetery Wednesday, ai it was
supposed that be had been dead a week.
Servant Girls' Union.
Tue servant girls of Mirioette, Wis.,
are taking steps to organizs a uuion.
Several hundred members will be en
rolled and a rneetinz will be hel l this
week. The inrtto of the orgtnizttion
will be higher waes, shorter b jum and
better treatment. Thare 11 a great scar
city of servant girls io the city at present,
and the uuion wiil increase the troubles
of the householder. Evening Wiscon
sin. The Farmer and the Tariff.
lead This, Consumptives
From the way my wife coughed for six months, I knew sho had consurnp
tiou. She showed it in her face, too, and her body wasted away to a mere skele
ton. After she got down in bed the doctors couldn't do any good. I called ia
both Dr. T. A. Shannon and Dr. N. L. Hawscn, each of whom is first-class
physician, but they had nothing
that would reach the trouble
in her lungs. My wife's father
came to see her one day, when
she got very low. lie lives in
Cedar Lake, Wis., while we
live in Kice Lake. Wis. Ho
said be knew what was needed,
and made me get a bottle of
Acker's English 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 oa lier fc-ct and made her
as sound and well as any wo.
man in town. Sho has taken
on flesh flgaiu, 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
relieve it. Iy wife does all
her housework, and at nigh
Her stomach no longer gives her any trouble at all. Maybe you doubt what I
am telling. If so. I advise you to see J. N. Schmidt, the druggist who sold me
Acker's Enlih Remedy for Consumption. He'll tell you the same thing. He
says Acker's English Remedy is wonderful in all throat aud lung troubles ; that
it is sold on a guarante to cure, or money returned, and he never yet bad a
Ixntle come back to his store, although he has sold hundreds of them. My nam
is Luther Bedell, Rico Lako, Wis."
Aeker'e EngKih Remedy Is aold by all druejrlnte under a positive guaraatM
fcitt vo-.ir monry will be refunded In caae of failure. e., 50C and Si a txAUe IS)
Urutn', State and Canada, la Kngland ts. id., a, jd., and 41. d.
V.: Ilu ubovr uunruiJir. II'. U. ItOOHIlP. & CO., l'ru)irUlurt, jV York,
For sale by M. F- Rapp, Druggist.
Among the replies to the sheep census
Inquiry cards received by The American
Protective Tariff League is the follow
ing: . Pokt Ohford, Ore., April 20, 100.
The American Protective Tariff League.
Gentlemen: I am not a producer of j
wool, hut am firm believer in I'rot-- j
tion doubly so because it appeal to
one's own pocket. The number of sheep
in Curry county, Oregon, was probably
about 100,000 from 1803 to Wn. They
old here at fl.25 per bead, ' and wool as
low as 9 cents. Today ihey ars selling at
3 per head and wool at 21 cents.
Ta view of the wall-known attitude of
Mr. ryao and the democratic party on
t ,jeriin Free-Trade in wool, it
die n i :itIy that the Tariff
can u.- - ' politic this year
in Ore, ..... v.aer sheep raising
Aha i ' lamaof new postofEce In
Jiaophi. . nty, 0. W. Thompson Is
pest matt. i.
In a recent issue of "Puck" the follow
ing imaginary converiatiic between two
farmers id reported :
'Yer begit.ii in' to tbfnk a Protective
Tariff swindle the farmers, are y ')?"
"Yen, I am ; I kia see tb-t the farmer
don't alius have to go to town to Kft bun
No, indeed; th farmeis doe not have
to go to town to buy gold bricks. They
are to be had riht at his door in the
shape ef artfumeuts drt iued to induce
him to turn the affairs of government
over to Free-TradfcM and cheap money
biatherskitee. He didn't U" to goto
town to get buncoed in 1SD2. The voting
I'ltice at the district scrioolhoiise afforded
u'l necessary facilities. After he had de
posited a ballot beaiiug the names ol
Cleveland electors he I ad four yearn io
which to think it over.
Having thought it over carefully .he
discovered that he had voted to diminish
the market value ot every article he had
for sale. That one bunco game cost tde
farmers of the United States upward of
fiys billons of dollar in decreased
consumption and consequent decrease of
market values of farm products. The
Free-Trade and 50 cent dollar bunco
steerer will be aroond again this year,
aud ths farmer won't htve to go to town
to find bin. Will the came work ones
mora? Probably not. Farmers aie not
are adapted to cope with all
conditions of grain and grass.
They are practical, reliable and durable machines, easily
understood and cared tor. I hey have many ol excellence
over other machines.
The Superiority of the Bltidere Is lsrgely due to four
if st u res of rurpasting importanco.
THE FORCE FEED ELEVATOR,
POWER-GIVING ECCENTRIC WHEEL,
RELIEF RAKE, AND THE
DEVICE FOR PREVENTING NECK WEIGHT.
None of these things can be. found on aiiy
I 'UIIMtiriWll ,
If you want the best always the Cheapest get a
"yy R. W1LUS,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
will iMatiM la all tb sonrt of tka SUU. ()
Im to MaraMri Ualldlus, Do1m aoaaty, Or.
P W. BENSON,
Rooma t and '2
RA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
OffW In Court IIoum
Mlh Dlil. Ally. aOHIBDRO. OBXUON
Q.EHOQE M. BROWN,
J C. FULLEKTON
Will praclloo In all tliu Mtalo and Federal Court
Offloe In Mark' BUIff , RiMcbunt, Oracou.
JAS. E. SAWYKbK""
Koom 3 A 4, Tsylor A Wilson Blotk.
QOMMODOKK S. JACKSON, .
Attorney mid Counsvllor at Law.
.MiniiiK Law aud Water Kights made
Maraten B1J. ROHKBUKU, OREGON
JOHN II. SHUPE,
BuilncM boforo t'.H. Ijn.l Ofhcvand Proba o
bitiuru a i)uoially.
Otlloo Abraham lIullJiUK.
Attorney at Law,
oomi I itt, Maraleri Bids., ROHIB0RO, OR
jTSy-Butlnru before tha D 8. Land OBlcs aod
I CUM) a xjlalljf .
Lata RtmelTcr V. H.
JA. BUCHANAN. Notary I'ubllc.
Collections a Specialty.
Mrter Bullillii, hOHEBt'KG, )R
J. CURTIS SNOOK,
lilk.uvrrfixiuniiv KOSCUUrg, Ut
Y W H AYNKS.
I'clepbuDa Nu. 4,
E. M. CIIKADLK.
DOCTOR OK DENTAL SURGERY
Olll.o lu lliu Llltlr
BrUk iipiionlta Hlucumt
KOHEBt liO. ORE'. or
QK.OEO. E. HOUCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
Office P.l OUlmliU.
fluioe, hrtmi i
JjJL.MElt V. HOOVER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
BH.'dal aturuiluo irlvun to DlwaH ol tbi Noaw
ami Tbroat. '
Of11v-Maiu it., ouo door mulli ol i.'lty Hall
fhone, Main M.
Notice For Publication.
I'MTIIJ bTATKK l.ANf orru t.
Kn-oliurK, Ontton, May 11, l'VO.
Notion U liuniby Rlvrn that In utupllunro
Willi Ihn i.rovl.loiiN ot ths a;t ol (.'oukp.k. ol
JU"e 3nl, 1KTH, 1'iitlileU "An act for Hie m.v f
UidIkt lnd In OioHtaUia of California, On--Kou,
NovoUa anil WuhliiKlon Tcrrilorjr,"
Of llixiulnm, County of C'lishalla.Htata of VSanli.,
ban tbfa day lllnd In tbUorbno hl nworn Mu
inuiit No. lui.'i, for tbo puri haxa of tlio N W
4. of H.M:tloll No. 22, ToVlublu No. 'J
houtb, KaiiKs No. lWt, and will oilor proof
hovf thai III" land nouKbt la mora valuabln for
iuttmlx ror ilonn than for agricultural rnr
IHW'i, ail'l to ealabllall Ilia olalm toauld Uml lx'
fure Iho lliKiair aud Kioolver of Ihla oBUi- ut
KoM'bunt, OrvHou.ou i uetv lb '.'Itbday of
July, I'joo. Ilu namca aa wllnraava: I). Hjulwt,
AlUrl M. Uahl. 1'. .. Htb.r, Ainu mi; t.lltiuc
on; all of ll'Kiilam, Hull.
Any aud all p.roiia rlalinliiK advorwly lliu
alovdcn('rllx?U laud are ruiiutialud lo lile tuulr
claim iu tbia ollli:u on or twloro aaid :'4lb ditjr
of July, VMU
i. T. BKIIMlr.
Notice for Publication.
Ckitku Htativ Lako orrn a,
Kowburx, Ort-miu, May 14, 1.KJ0.
Notice la lii.-rvby k!cu Ihal In i'Oiiiliuuuu
with tlio trovlion of lh aot of CoiiKrcu ol
J una , 18.H, cntlllud "Au aot for tlio aalv of
tiuibor laud lu ibo Hiata of California, Orcou,
Nvvailn and Waabltiitton Territory:"
I'KIU.y M. U'lTLKK
of AU rdwii, County of Cbobalii,Htalo of Varb
liiKtoli, baa tbi day lllod lu tbia nSiua bla moil
aialuiuoiil No. 101K, for tba pun-liaiMi of lb
KK'.ol Ho No. ti, In Towuahli No. 2 BoUlb
KaiiK No. V W , ami will ollur proof to allow
that the land aougbl la morn valuable for lt
tliubur or alone tbau for ajcrUiultural purv-a,
audio oataolUb hia claim to aald laud bvloro
tba Ketfiator aud Reotler ol thU oAliMt at Itoav
burf ,Oron, ou Monday, tba 6lh day of Auxiial.
lvuU. Ilu uaniua aa witneaaaa: W. riulUvan of
Ia Anirtdea, Calif.; W. Kaatman, Abnrdavu,
Waab., it. Onten of Koqulaui, Waab., A. KUUf
aou of hoyuUui, Waab,
Any ana all paraou claiming advarwly tba
abovc-dmcrlbud lauda am rwjuwiud to Sbt tboii
noun ininu oai' ua or uaiora aaua am aay vi
4. T, SK.UUI".