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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1895)
ISCBKD EVKBT XOXDJLY AND TIIBRSDAY BT
THE PUINDEALER PUBLISHING COMPANY
One Year pyblc In advance oo
Six Months. " " ...i x oo
Three Months. " " 50
THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1S95.
Ju posting' our books for the year JS9f
tre find there are a number of person in
debted to us in small amount trhicJi aggre
gate tercral thousand dollars. Lite al
most erery body else, tee are sadly in need
of money with tchich to ;xiyotir indebted
ness not for investment or speculation.
Our creditor are in tlie same .fir, and are
crowding us. Consequently tre are coin
jHlled to urge tijHM our friend the neces
sity f the jtayment of the small amounts
due us. Thereore ire trill at the earliest
possible moment render a statement 0
accouitt, as appears from our books Janu
ary I, to erery person indebted to us.
When there are so many small accounts it
is ncjt to impossible to leep all of them cor
rccJly, hence trhen you receire a statement
and think it is incorrect, erct if you
hanjmd it and tre jailed to gicc you
credit, don't "fly of the handle" and get
wad, but write kindly and tell us abont it
if ym can'l tcrite kindly, write any tray,
for tre want fc hare our looks correct If
you can't pay the whole amount of your bill,
a portion of it trill 1 thankfully received,
and if it is not conrenient for 50a to pay
any of it, lei us knou: tint fact also. We
tceuld be pleased to hare erery ferson re
ceiving a statement of account to acknox
ledge its receipt at their earliest conven
ing. PLAIXDEAI.HIi PUB CO.
Unless all siyus fail, there aro jo
inj lo be some very ugly stories
afloat in Oregon immediately after
the senatorial election.
Of course, success is the primary
object of any bnsiness, that is what
the Puuxdeaixk is. hero for: but a
newspaper owes mnch to its patrons
and thir success must be made a de
Nderatnm. The publishers of the
I'laixdealeu feel wry grateful to
their many friends and patrons for
past fayors. and sincerely ttnst tbt
the Pi.atxdealeb may continue
worthy of their esteem and patron
age. Tho qnestion cf linildtn;- n M-bool
house in tho southern part of the
city is lo be voted upon aMb school
meeting to be held one freek from
next ITontlay. The capacity of the
present building is now taxed to its
utmost to accommodate the children, :
and it is therefore necessary to make j
some provision in tho near fntnre for i
rnore scholars. This hpinc
the Plusdealer is of the opinion
that the intere-is of ail would be best
eryed by the building of a new
school house in the southern part of
In his- biennial report Superin
tendent Downing recommends the
establishment at the penitentiary of a
woolen mill and a broom faetorv.
That is democratic doctrine, and will
not be ftvorably considered by a re
I Iia vcrnar
mills ic this state find it a difficult
matter to ieep their, looms running,
even under the present circum
stances. The state shonld not en
gage in any industry that will in any
considerable degree conflict with free
labor. Let the convicts be put to
vrorfc on the highways of th state.
The "knowledge" of the press on
some questions is shown up in greet
shape occasionally. Previous to the
time that the sale of the Oregon Pa- j
-e -1 . . . 1
cific road came cp before Jndj-e Fol '
, , , . . 0 ;
lerton there was no opposition what- j
ever to its confirmation and the cred
itors all favored it at least that is
what the press of CorTallig. Albany,
Salem and JPorlland staled. Bat it
appears that when the sale did come 1
np there was nevertheless very con
siderable opposition to its confirmn-
tion. Is it possible that the school
book qnestion is in a similar con
dition The 15th biennial session of tho
Oregon legislature will convene at
Salem next Monday. It is quite
likely that the officers will be selected
with but little trouble, and tho first
real-work will be the election of h
United States senator. Tuesday tho
two bonses will fake a separate vote,
and on tho following day thev will
jneet in joint convention and ballot
for a senator. Should there be no
election on the first ballot; they will
either proceed to take another ballot
or adjourn until the next day when
another ballot will bo taken. They
are required to ballot at lea3t onco
T.. T """"b j
election takes place or tho time for I
1 J , i
---.,-.Wv-. Ullll C3.
The Sonthern PaciSc'n economical
streak has already cost tho lives of
three men, and there is no telling
how many more will become its vic
tims dnriny the year Lit Tbnrs
day the L03 Angeled express and a
work train collidod in AUnmjnt tnu
nel, near Livermorc, Cal., killing tbe
engineer and fireman of the express
tiain and also another man who was
riding on ths locomotive. Tbe caiiro
of the accident whh a mistake made
by tho train dispatcher nt Oakland.
.Recently the Sonibern Pacific com
bined several of its California divis
ions, thereby doing away with a
number of superintendents, dis
patchers and clerks, thus doubling
the work of fhoso remaining. Tho
dispatcher, C. R. Sims, who made
the awful mistake, did not try to
fihift the responsibility, but tho evi
dence shewed that he had more work
at the time than he conld do, and in
tho rush overlooked the work (ruin, i
I( 13 6nul lliBt tho order for retrench
ment comes from 0110 liij-li in author
ity, nivd he will not listen to any of
his subordinates who object to his
methods. If tho relative of tho
men who were killed in tho accident
could secure a few hundred thousand
dollars as i1riu:i-o it tni-jlit have tho
effect oT chnnuin; his ideas in regard
to tin twin 1 :e:d iua!iiienient of a
If atiiM ;is argument there
wouldn't be a free Silverman in tbo
state of Orojjou t I10 would dare, show
his head. Howot.-r. there must be a
few of the "silver iunntic-" bobhinj
np serenely, ju.Jjinj- from the
umouiit of space devoted to them by
those papers the editors of which
are Vonnd on tinanee.''
Coles Valley Items.
The r.irmors will l-cgin plotting and
WV lme hern Imxin ctHithleruhlc
frost ant snow recently.
I.atrenco Xelou of Clrvtttuml is milk
ing ery frequent liij-s to our valley.
Our school took a vacation dtirin the
holidayr, lilt is aj-ain unit 1 fall head
way, with J'rof. Frank Uorcl! n rliari-e.
Ho is meeting with excellent success.
V. It. Clarke, the Millwood sawmill
man and editor of the Times of tl.nt city,
was in our valley l.-t wtt-k. Ilerenorts
news very scarce in Ms neighborhood.
Some of our nimrods while hunting re
cently killed a fine divr. It probably
had an owner, however, a? it was
marked with a crop otT the left ear and a
hoU- in the right.
W. P. 1 ley don was m this vicinity one
day last week looking after business mat
ters. Mr. lleydon has for the past year
been busily 1 mwged in surveying
throughout Douglas county.
Tho statement in the Review in regard
to the young foUs of Cleveland and Coles
Valley bein given a party by John
urns, 13 incorrect, ine youn,; lotus re
ferred to insisted on having a party at
Mr. Long's residence ChrUtmas eve so
that they might have an opportunity to
congratulate him on the res tit of big case
John Bocsh will put out St-vera! hun
dred prune and -pjJe trees on his farm
in the spring, and he will ll.rn have one
of the finest orchard in the v-Hcy.
People here are beginning to realise the
fact that there will be money in the fruit
raising business, am! in a few years
henw Douglas .county w i!l exceed anv
oiher county iu the tate in growing
fruits of different varieties from the
huckleberries to the apple.
Hay Hamilton is quite sick Kith pneu
monia. Wicfield Booth of GilesviHe was at
.nay oce of lhceo PteUS sets of hacd-
iwmieu glass ware at Kedneld's.
Wni. Bocebrake of Rcseburg went
out to Coskydell to visit the Hedfield
DjvhI Albro cf Canyouville W3S visit
ing his daughter, Mr?. Fd. Holts, this
orn, a the amity rehh?nce a: Glen
dale, January 0th, to .Mr. and Mrs. F.
O. Plotner. a daughter.
Jessie Clerness was a guest at Hotel
Glendale this week. He ia sntferin
with a felon on hi- hand.
M J Kniu.!r i.f - :!..- I
i.. .. ... 1.
' daie hiUi .1 cliLMCe lot o: "ixxi.--. H'hKrh '
sells at very reasonable rates
Gus Ita: low cf the Tem.eee sb.li
minea was at Gler.dale this week and
bad some very nice coarse goM .token
from bis claim.
'SJou-Jiy Bel" ofTunuel 4 cills to or
mind onr Thanks -ivins: item 111 re?td to
the weddicg, so wc rise to explain. Do
you Snow, Bet, there is- nothing sore on
this mnndane sjliere except death and
the tax collector, andin this case Hie
conrse ot true love did not run smoothly,
and the other feltew is now Oh, dear,
: ... . : . I . , ,n tt- .11 .
" vjtu.rv. uuh iu itrii. t n, t ou Ills
, , , . ,, , .
watch our local?, and m the near future
von know. alL
t Miss M. Hamilton nil! ive a tnaHtuer-
ade ball at the ball on the 1Mb of Feb
ruary. Momc by Hamilton and Ingram.
supper will be ierted at the collate
wbicb vtili be prepared under tbe diree
tion; of Mil's II.
A good lime in antict-
Wed by the young i-eoje.
Camas Valley Items.
Jeck Frost ba. been vUitin hen:
Bob Martindale i? EutTtrin iiU a sote
throat, trbicn along with bis broken sim
may lay him up for quite a tthile.
Henry Dcnn went oter the lnotintuin
on a business trip the other day and re
porls his intere-ts there in a flouri-hiin:
John Inheir Fays he i.- jj-mm to
Mexico In the -prinz. It rnatra a fellow
feci like oinj to a warmer p:.:cc than
Mexico. I!nt, never mind, John; if
like a think yo-i can't gel otr it
bnt yoo can.
A. E. Crouch Matted Saturday with a
crew of men for Kdcn Valley to try and
get bis Block out, but it iu the opinion of
old timers that they are 'all dead, a I la-
snow mut lie Fcvcra! feet deep.
UncleClmlcH Doner, ttbo bns been
in i . u ,.,...
'.i"uIMIIIttIIOIIJWI I'll III ,
Dr. Bradley of Uosebnr is entitled to
the jrreat praise and practice he i re
ceiving, aa this ras tvai thooylit lo be
lippelese, but it now looks aq though the
old ntan will c.t-t well.
If V. F. B. and olhers tthoare telling
us ho to make good roads will co:ne out
and go ovr the Middle Fork rosd and
then tell us how to fix it they will get n
great big chronip. Of con we tto ii:B!i
uithout the aid of tho county, for if you
want to get a ride on the toe nf the
counjy's hoot, just mention 'the .Middle
Fork road and ton will get it. Hoping to
get an early reply (for our road i iiu
paiihle; wo will Hticfc to our word,
ani1 fi'e Oxer. A Wkkk.
Will Visit the North-end.
About Jariunrv 20lh I will !? in Yon
call.i to repair watcbes :md docks. From
there I will go to Klkton, Scottfburg and
Oardiner. I would inott reaped fully ,iSfe
those who have work iu my Hue that
tliey want done to hold it for me. Very
respectfully, Jehhv J. Wilson.
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Hlihest Medal nnd Diploma.
OUR FRUIT INTEREST.
5. A. Clark Makes Some Timely
To Douglas county fruit growers:
Thero was a largo niwe'i-i of fruit grow
ers at Spokane, last February, represent
ing the etnto of Idaho, Washington, and
Oregon and the Provim-o of British Col
umbia, wlmro preliminuy steps were ta
ken to organise tho producer of this
region fur mutual piotcctiun and infor
mation. The) adjourned to meet at
Portland for permanent organization and
M (INcus al' questions of iittetest. The
Slate Multicultural Society -f Ongun
wa- to meet 011 J.uu:rv 12, but arrange
nients are made to have great covou
ti.jn to ai.swer all puriwes the hf't of
Jai.uarr. It will not lie Hsih!e to hac
two .suco-ssfnl fruit growers gilliprtug--,
and it t-i tlicicfotcd-cidcd to have a gener
al coiiventi.m meet January 28lh or'.tlth
The interests uf the Noitliweit are i-o
iden'itied and the fruit pro b'.ct so siuulai
that such a convention will pos-ess unus
ii.il iiiicicM toall. itioto esHX i.illy .is the
Ameiic-i'i I'oiiiologii-al Sm'iety will nbo
i lurg.-ly repitvented t that time, l'ho
annual meeting nf thai society is to be
held at i-acr.imeiito Jairiar l(!i;to ISlh,
am! iiiauy of tho most distihguislud
horticutiirits of Aim riia will viit ('a!
iforni.i :i that oc.iiou. As Sicielari oi
the Notihwe-t Fruit giovieia Auyciation
I have united their prence at the con
vcniiou at.it the dilleie.! rout ties of
Oiegot. lime cordially exteMled such in
vitations. A delegation will 11 cet thrm
reprcsontating.tht-ir s tictics at the city
of Portland. As we have assurance, of
their iuvclaiico f more aiut thorougl
corrcsjvjndeiuv, we antii ijxte tlmt their 1
presence will add g-c.oly to the value of
that convention i our fruit gtowe's. ;
I would nrge up in the vple nf Divig- ;
las couniy i!ic iitip'trtaucv ol tins in-
uustn uore. an-i tnat :t;n wilt e an
opportunity to ma'e kuo vi!
value of iheir rejiju stud th
of tticir products. A transport
tnittee :s i.egottating far except ijaal'y
low rates of fare; Portland hotel
give reasonable rates. Vtiitors can I 0
well cared for at $tt)J a day. By all
means have the le-l pu-iWe diplnv of ' tilth much ber.-nt, I am s2Jtkd Itooi'sSarsa
tresh and iried fruits und let those for-! r.!St'S!Sffi
etitn visitor. know Hliat yon hate got 1
and tthat tot: can .In. My personal
acquaintance ii!i L':niqiia valley en
ubles me i y tliere is no more health- !
ful, irodiH'iivt and delightful resimin
the Pacific cons: ; certainlv none ttl-ere
the fruits of lhi iLiun i pru-it: .l n
greater txccKpn.-c and few ke-.- tliet
grow in equal a'.nmUiK-e.
J5- A. Cl.ltKK
Sicy. X. W. r. li As.-n
Wo are having more weati - :i
pleates the miners.
Ilev. Miller rilled bia;Kintn:erjt t tre
Satuiday and Sunday.
Our townsmjii, Mr. Jjiiics, htsln
sotTcting severely from s sore ete.
D.-. Strange of Koiebury tt.- duiiig
work ia Kiddle Friday atjtl Saturday
Miss Millie Huitu offipnttii'e
the guest of Mrs. Cuni.iueliam s- w e
We have ha J no tor 1 from Niciel
mines yet. and don't knyw "a we eve
A. I'.iddU- u4thcrei liiiti tek .--.rf
ribs fiml euuss; t:i the -'it kUt-t t ! 1 1. :r
op- tbf -ray. j
.Misa Xaoini Sirictland and MisoJ-n
nle Ihii.cait .-eltKfhit to Koteburvr-.r, M:n-
Agent Uilnu.ie and ltv.- are ! . m
- j ogam irum iiieir vin lo .lb!.u: :. Mr
OiiitKHt: Hi-i.l : 1'iTSi.: 5 hiVua;
v.', ...I .... . - ..
fiowe Irani .1 tiii ik
Jake NicIk-Is and lv Ivxn ere aiticng
Was not the l.jlid.tj edition of ihe )sc- '
gt:ii:t grand? It jnst can't be l-ear. j
Hurrah Utr tlte Or. gontan. May it lite '
Dr. l.radley oi Kcfebnrc urns
. , , 1. ... ... ...
1 . iitM ic niiiiEBn? w a ho 1
very tick. We are clad to write that she !
is much improved now.
Alfred Wollenben; of Oanyonviile us
iiere Sucilay looking for h'u bro'.her-in-la
w to cotce on the train ftoMi Par. Fra
Uainy days awl frosty morning.
Mis Nora IloMnser iu taking le-n-s
011 the volin
T.e road- are v.-ry muddy atid t:n.es
are ipiili: dull, y
Mrs. A. E. C. Whipple lias rinih-d
!er term of school iu the Win-ion dis
1-ate Belinda if Kotebnrg. formerly of
Washington, is fuopjniig wh!i hU uncle,
Will BoutNna of Myrtle Creek who lias
re viriliiig Iim ewter. .Mrs.A. Hichaids
Aiitl Mi MaJ-e Bobbins, has returned
lo hi home '
Tlioinas JcUl.'u v.enl to itoscburg
Sund.y h-t Mr. Johnston is thinking
of engaging in the grocery business iu
Hobirg in 11 e near future.
I'rof. W. M. Sutton, v.bo taught the
Brockway ?c!kkI ibii tvinter, lm- re
tumeil to hu l.csne at WiliJir. I'rof.
Sutton li t- many friends here who miss
J. I: Martindale of Cninas valley
p.iMtl through here on hi way to Bosc
burg .Monday I.tst, to secure a dcclor to
alien i Untnilpi Djney, win h lying at
the pomt of death.
I. h. Nicii ls, our Btockwaj uterchaut,
has on hand j lino stock of goods, which
he is selling at v.ry re.isonablu price-i.
Givi! him n will. FKi.sirrrt.
Kd Stephens, mid the Bi.-rftopgirl have
returned from their visit nt lioieburg,
"X" came iu here with snow and a
bear ch.ie. Joe Colo and party had a
lively chase after one.
OrttJr (Iorn-1 has been at home ppaiid
ii'g the holiilays, but returned to Kngi.no
last f-'tind.iy to pursue studies.
"Vi; have no marriagrH lo report this
week. Mil Ihureuit! several that would
like to le married. Shall wo report
Oats have advanced 10 pt-rcont, horhc
(liQcing Opfrccnt and axln grease 25
per cent since IloM. I.tdimun has re
turned. Denth visited lis Sunday and took
uwav tin; infant boy of .Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Colo. Thf death was very t iiddon. '1 ho
icmaiiiK v.uro laid In rest in tbo family
couieteiy Monday. The young paicnls
have thu sympathy of the entire coin
'"unity. Tinci: is a Wekk,
January 0, I6jj.
Orcat Opportunity for Prune Farming
On a Large Scale.
1720 acres of choice valley and low
hilleido land, all under hoard an I wire
lence, iwveral hundred acres iu cultiva
tion, the very best of fruit land, hns good
natural drainage, freo from frost, rood
house, wood, water, etc., threo miles
fioui railroad. Tho vicinity has fino or
chards and this is a 1 are ehiinco for a
colony of piuno growers. Tho property
belongt to absent partius and must
be Kohl. Prico $10 par acre, $ cash,
balanco in eight annu il paynicnts .with
(5 per cent interot. (Dincounl. allowed
Have lands of every kind throughout
the county for low price and easy terms.
I). S. K. lluieic, KoohurV, Oro.t
A gitl nl-out six and !i half years of age.
For further particulars enquire of
A. F. tka-ah, Cuunly Judge.
('all at Marsteiu' ding stor. for blank
mid uietuorandum bookn.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
1 tho stomach, dyspepsia r.aJ catarrh 1
iwels, caused lnvwlfo KTeatsuSerlng. S
:en taking llood'3 Sarsaiiarllla and no
j been taking Hooa'3 sjrs.iarl!U an
ruTiiii gTiT-rrr-Ti-r nir i n-.. , i
"exrellcmv'1 -OOd?S' SaVS
irtatiou com-! L &yr-y-v& VCIY
nonocttliesesirr;'t. rr.s. ff
lus Improved I 1 ;jk? (1
ana welch. Ib-vcilso J
1 t2. ,
taken Hood's fc.-sar.v TfW&Sl
rill, for Scrofnln and Clfncral Dctiilltr
Hood's Pills- n.-" U-.t. liU, KUIoajnasi.
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gp; JU. rcir-A IT Will. Nov CURE. IU
An agrecablo Iaxatlvo BniKnrrr T&src
Sold by Draeyista or sent by tnalL SjcCCs.
and 81X0 per yacjagc. Earaplca tree.
Wlft 19fA J10 Favortto :::t3 rI3
Forct- iy V I Ita p. Vr.zglt..
FOR A KING.
-EXTRA rillC- .
Over One Million P-opte wear th:
W. L Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
AH our shoes are equally satisfactory
Jhty Ki e the bt t alue Jor the rnoncv.
TSey cqnsl 011:0 rho-i In style and fit.
Th-lr warinc cuati:ici arc uasurrais-d.
The rrlces nre unilorrn. -st-nped on sole.
From t to S3 jvcd oter othrr makes.
1: )0ur A'-.'.-rrTinot sc;;'..- ,xx wt can. Sold by
dealer etery where. Wanted, agent
to take exclusive sale for this t icinity.
Write at one.
ArJ Dialer ir:
PRIME BACON, HAMS, LARD,
AM) rRE5tl MEAT5
ir !r- iiU.i A.i.l IhUm ndFrrc
anr j.rl . ( -hi-1 U;
THE McCLALLEN HOUSE.
WILLIS & WILLIS, Proprietors.
LOCAL TIRADE SOLICITED.
Free Coach. Commodious Sample IJcoms for Commercial Travelers.
BOWEN & ESTABROOK,
BSacksoi Sths and Mach i n ists
Are now located in their new shops on
Stephen Street, between Oak and Cass,
And arc prepared to do work iu their line! with neatness and dinpatch.
Givollhom them u trial and bo convinced,
Notice or Aiitial Mcctlnjr
To llio FlinxchriMers (it the Odd Fellows HulM
Aspoclntlon of Hoseburg, Oregon: You re
hcreliv liotlfcil that tho annual meeting of tlic
Stockholder of tho Odd Fellows Iliilldlug Asso
soelutloii ot Itoscburg. Oregon, for thorleetlon of
n t niitd ot -even (7) dtrectorj, to tetvo durliic
the cnstiliur yenr, mid for tho tninsiictlon of such
otlicr tmiluet n may lio lawfully brought be
fore them, will bo held nt Iho Odd Fellow-Temple,
Jiimmry Mh. lS'Jj, nt 7:: p. 111. Ity order of
the llonrd of Director of the Odd Fellow 9 llulld
JOSEPH MICEM,!, Feeretary.
IIaitist Clll'ucit corner of I.nite nml Itove
itrects. Hutiilay Service: l'rcnehhiK, 11 0. in.
and ":;lup. m.: Younij People's Union. r.::Wp.m.;
Jlrs. U. N. AuiiCN, I'refcldcnt, Sunday School, 10
c. in.; Jmnes Chamlierlntn, Superintendent
Pruyer Meetlns, Thuiwlny cvenln;; nt 7::W.
I'.EV. 0. X. Annki, Pastor.
UeMdence, No. S'il Main Street.
METiioniNT Cnur.cii-corncrof Main and Ime
streets. Sunday Service: Preaching, 11 ti. 111.
nnd 7:20 p. nt.: Sabbath hcliuol, 10 n. m.; Dr.
James ISnrr, Superintendent; (Mass Mcetlnr nt
close of the morning servlee; Epwort'i league
CM p. 111. Clure Hume, President. Prayer Meit
Ing, Thursday, nt7:n p. m.
N. S. IlccKSCit, D. D., Panor
Puwonngc, corner Main nod I.iine.
Pr.KsitYiKiiiA.v C11er.cn -corner ol fiws and
Ilo'C klrcct. Sunday Service: Pnplie worship,
It a.111. nnd 7::S) p. 111.; Sabbath School. 10 a. m.;
Y. P. P. ('. K-, 7 p. in. l'rayer McetliiR, Widne.s
day, 7'XO p. in.
It. P.. Uilworth, Piitnr.
TO-DAY - after
will posihly dis
cover that toil
have tliDiiuht of
cept your feet,
m tt inter were a :
If voir purse looks
eak and consnnip
livo after the Xma ,
campaign come to
our store. A sum
that wouldn't buy ;
a poor pair of shoej 1
in some places buys '
a good jmir at our '
EXCLUSIVE HOOT AMI SHOE
32.1 Jackson Street,
W. D. iMcQEE,
rE low hate a lane -toeV of flno. larje.
T ' hralthy ln- ol all UnK InrlndiiiE
Apptt. I'oir, 1'earb. 1'ruue anl Cherrv. which
I are )tuaninier. troe to name and fie from ln
j wis nl ;.: " 11 at tcry reAnsble rates
lit perxjiis Jcsirin trees apply tit
0. L. GOODRIDGE, A-ent.
IouItr, I"I,li jiml name,
ity Meat Market,
OP ALL K1M)5
Rosebure;, Or. Si
For a Few
Boys Suits :
Men's tfet Weather Shoes .. .
Latest Style Hats
Boss of the Road Overalls-Best
riackintoshes at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Ladie's Dress Goods Reduced 25 per cent.
;;-.'i ar.d Jacksnn t. Htl. Oak and Washington.
A HAPPY ftEW
We call the attention of our
friends to our beauti
ful stock of
Our Stock is
Unexcelled by Any House
South of Portland.
I C. W. PARKS&
Till- Tn Ik ni' iho
Our Factory Has Keen Kiiiiiiin; Steadily to Make tti a
Fresh Stock, and ton can j;et
The Kinest and Most
t'oniplete hine cf . . '
Of capacities varying from i to 25
horse power affords the most con
venient, economical and reliable
power for all light service. One of
these may be seen running at this
office. Send for circulars.
THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.,
121 Main Street, San Francisco, Cal.
These goods have all been received
within the last month, and are the
latest st'les and not shelfworn.
Don't delay this golden opportun
ity, and call on
d 5TR0J1G $
Bed Room Sets
Parlor and Dining Chairs
Rugs and Carpets
And ail Household-Articles
SO TROUBLE TO
should buy from us.
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
bought for the Holiday Trade and
sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos iu Southern Oregon.
CO., Qr ocers. J
Ibn't Kat Stale Cindtes
iVannts or ropeorn
Thev ate not Kit to Eat.
Dandies of All Grades
FUnsi! EVEIJY PAY AT
We aro always in the Lead, and mean to
The Golden Harvest is upon us, nd farm
ers aro smiling because Woodward
lo to their interest.
These are all ,Jjatlier aDd Warranted.
At Reduced Prices.
Consult your parse and be mre and sec
Woodward before having.
W. 0. WOODWARD
H. 0. STANTON
lis just received u nex and extensire atoek o
Ladies' Dress floods, Kibbons, Trimmings,
I lirp. f-'.ti-. Yip-
-ALSO A FINE STOCK OF
Of ih: beit qaality and finish.
Wood, Willow and Glass Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
I Aleo on hn I ia Lirga qnactitie an-3 at prices tc
Jait tho time. Aim a large stock of
AVfcicli is certd at x-st price. A fall and
select &tock of
Constantly on hanJ. A Ljthe
LATEST S0YELTJES IS STATI0NEIO.
, Oenenl ajent f ti every variet y ot subscription
' lxt3 nl pcri.'!ifali puLluhed in the United
Etate. reruns trj'sriin reading matter of any
V'ti.I will do ts cie rae a call.
1. D. HOLDF.N, Stockton, Cal.
The Turf and Sportsman's Autboritv of
tbe r&ciGc Coast.
All the Latest
of the Country.
The Best Medum for
And everything atiiortainiu: to tho Turf
and Field Sports as well aa for Sporting
Goods. Medicines fnr IInrs.. imf nll..
animals. Kaciu Gear, Champagnes, etc.
The leadiui: jaier of its class west of
Chicago, and the representative of the
vast breeding interests in California.
Special department conducted by
Jos. Caikx Simcsox.
I It is essentially a newspaper cotming all
! the Gossip and Sportind events of tho
! day, given in aoch a bright, cntertiening
, unt' reaJable manner aa to make the pa
per a neceisty to evervbody interested in
horse matter and legitimate sport. Sam -,
pie Copies aro free, and will be eeut on
application to any address.
THE BREEDER AND SPORTSMAN.
0I0 Rush St., San Francisco, Cal.
I". V. Kelley, Manager.
Mineral. Railroad. Aricultural.
H. G. POTTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
w AV V
HOG (1 St., X. tV. Washington, D. C.
For many years In the tie ncrnl lend Office
Examiner ot Contests, itinera! vs. Mineral vs.
lisilrouil ami Agricultural claims, and Late
Chief of the Mineral Uivl'iou.
!Bf- Correspondence Solicited.