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THE PLAINOEAIER PUBLISHING COMPANY
One Year pajablo In advance ...
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Three Months. "
THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 1895.
In potting our boots for the year JS$4
we find there are a number of persons in
debted to us in smali amounts which aggre
gate several thousand doUart. Lite ah
most every body ehe, we are sadly in need
of money with vhich to pay our indebted
nets not for inretlmeni or speculation.
Our creditors are in the same fir, and are
crowding its. Consequently we are com
pelled to urge. pon our friends the neces
sity of the payment of the small amounts
duetts. Therefore we will at the earliest
possible moment render a statement of
account, as appears from our books Janu
ary 1, 1S94, to erery person indebted to u.
Where there are so vtany small accounts it
i$ next to impossible to teep all of them cor
rectly, hence when you receire a statement
and think ft it incorrect, even if you
hare paid it and we failed to give gou
credit, don't "fiy of the handle1' and get
mad, but write kindly and tell us abont it
if you can't write tindly, write any way,
for we want to hare our boohs correct. Jf
you can't pay the whole amount of your bill,
a portion of it will be thantfuUy received,
and if it is not convenient for you to pay
any of it, let us Inow that fact also. We
would be pleased to hare erery person re
ceiving a statement of account to aetnotc
ledge it receipt at their earliest conven
ience. PLAINDEALER PUB. CO.
Tho United States consul at Goth
enbeig, Sweden, in his report to the
state department, shows that import
duties on grains have been greatly
increased, in some cases more than
100 per cent.
By an overwhelming vote the
honsft has passed the bill to repeal
the discriminative sugar duly, and
the powerful lobby that drove tho
measure through the house will also
shove it through the senate.
"When tho time comes te drop
Dolph it is expected that his support
will bo given Hon. Bufus JIallory.
It may be possible that Mr. Dolph
will not be allowed tho privilege of
naming the next C. S. senator from
So far as tho present legislature is
. , . .
-concerned, the people will recognize
just two parlies: one standing for
retrenchment and good government,
the other standing for extravagance
and bad politics, remarks the San !
Francisco Call. And the same, is
true of tho Oregon legislative body.
Republicans, democrats end popu
lists can make an interesting fight
during a campaign, bnt for a really
good stand-np-and-knock-down argu
ment, tho present Oregon legislature
is entitled to the peacock feather. It
shows what republicans can do when
they once set their Minds in a certain
The Oreconian seems to be striking
ont blindly in its frenzy to elect
Dolph. Its attacks on Governor
Lord and Secretary of State Kincaid
are unworthy even Mr. Scott himself,
for both those gentlemen have been
quietly attending to their respective
duties and taking no part whatever
in the senatorial squabble.
Representative Bridges is properly
onto his job. He does not shoot off
his month on every possible occasion,
and hence is laying & foundation for
good work for Douglas county. He
does not antagonize the opposition,
bnt simply attends to his business
and votes as he thinks proper.
The present legislative assembly is
"catching it" now from nearly al!
sources. Tuesday Speaker "Moores
gave the members & raking over the
coals fur extravagance in the matter
ofcierk hire, and numerous other
items might be mentioned,
ever, the speaker's remarks
have been a bit of buncombe.
might In order to extricate the Democrats
from the muddle of currency reform,
Tom Reed has made ths good sug
gestion that the roll should be called
and that each democrat be allowed to
explain his financial schemes. A vote
should then be had on each scheme,
and when any one could be found
which would get two vote-, then the
bouse should adopt it as a plan.
Tho PuusDEuxB is still of the
opinion that Hon. Binger Hermann
is tho proper man to elect as United
States senator. Of course, Dolph is
the choice of ali leading republicans,
for the leaders are politicians, with a
big P, but the rank and file of the
republican party are almost a nmt
for Hermann. If U. S. senators
were elected by direct vole of the
paople, and Hermann and Dolph
were opposing candidates the result
would be easily f orel old.
The argument has been nsed that
the only reason that the demand for
bond? of the United States was so
great was becanso principal and int
erest were mado payable in cold
coix. Tho president's message gave
the snap away, for they are payalbe
in gold or silver coin at the option of
the treasurer of the United States.
From tho demand there has been for
the bonds it certainly does look as
though capitalists were not afraid of
being paid in SO-cent dollars, but
now that the president has given
them the cue it is not likely tbey
will overlook the matter in thofuture.
ITff.tr IS REPUBLICANISM
Republicanism 19 tho platform of
principles laid down by tho republi
can pirly. It is tho absolute guar
antee of n republican form of govern
mont, ceding to ovory citizen, with
out regard to race, color, creed or
previous condition, the constitu
tional rights embodied in our natiou
al compact, nn.l pledging tho main
tenance of tho-u rights. Tho prin
ciples of the national republican
party uieau, protection to American
industries protection to tho rights of
American citizenship, protection of
tho national as well a, of the state
suffrage, guaranteeing the right to
every citizen to cast one vol", nud to
have that vote honestly counted. It
moaos the piotection of life and lib
erty to every citizen at homo ns well
as abroad, making tho strong arm of
the national government in tho uiaiu
tenanco of thoso rights nt the cost of
tho government political existence if
necessary. It means the enfranchise
ment of every citizen in his civil aud
political rights, with tho right to ex
ercise them without proscription, lot
or hindranco by any political party
or parties. This is what wo under
stand to be republicanism, and what
wo understand to bo the platform of
principle of tho national republican
Any deviation from theso princi
pleB mean political demagogism. hy
pocrisy and political deceit. Any
pretention to tho enslavoment of
man, or to coerco him ti becomo the
slave of this or any other party, de
tracts from tho high standard of
principles upon which tho republi
can parly was founded. Every citi
zen, desiring to maintain thoso prin
ciples, may find affiliation in tho re
publican party, where, by honest and
earnest efforts ho may contribute to
tho maintemance and perpetuation
of these principles. Lego.
A CUE TO WALL STREET.
A most remarkable statement to
be made by a nation's chiet executive
is thnt of President Cleveland when
ho tives utterance to the following:
The only bonds that can be issued
were authorized nearly 23 years ago
and are not well calculated to meet
our present needs. Among other dis
advantages they are made payable in
coin, instead of specifically in gold,
which in existing conditions detracts
largely, and in an increasing ratio.
'from their desirability as invest
ments. It is by no means certain
at bonds of this description can be
much longer disposed of at a price
1 creditable to the financial character
of onr government.
When the last bond issue of $50,
000,000 was made the bids for the
same were about three times the
amount of the issue, and the pre
mium bid wonld have cansed the
actnal interest paid to be very little
in excess of three per cent. Notwith
standing that fact the president fears
that bonds payable in corx cannot
much longer bo disposed or at a
creditable price. That Wall street
will take the cue is a foregone con
clusion, and that the next bonds
issued under the present law will
bring a much less prico is absolutely
certain. Then we will hear the gold
buir press howl about the free-silver
craze ruining the country, etc.
Frosty nights and clear days.
The farmers have been improving the
good weather the last few days plowing
Rev. Stratford of Drain filled his regu
lar appointment here last Sunday and
Mr. Voljra Titos who recently came
here from Iowa, was called last week to
his former home by telegram, as a wit
ness in behalf cl the etate, in a murder
Mr. D.Wells of the Elkton mills ex
pects eoon to have bis mill covered, and
then he expects to suspend operations
Your reporter has kept both ears open
expecting to have some matrimonial news
to write np this week hut "The best
laid plans of mice and men, gang aft'a
Mrs. Alzena Walker, the last surviv
ing child of onrold friend A. G. Langdon,
departed this life on tho morning of tho
25th inst, the I an era 1 taking place et
the Dimmick school bon-e on the 27tb.
Elder Hoddleston conducted the fineral
service, after which the remains were
intered in the little mound where the
most of a family of J3 children have been
lain to rest. The stricken parents have
the sympathy of the entire community
in their sad affliction.
The tax payers in this part of the
county are watching with much Interest
the movement of the legislature, hoping
that they will close up some of the gaps
of extravagance, which are making the
life of the farmer a harden. It is to Iw
hobed that a majority of oar legislators
will have the nerve to turn .1 deaf car to
the slick tonj-ued lobyist who has his
hook bated for a fat office.
Jivervuviy is nusy piowmg, peeoin;
and trimming orchards.
Miss Mara Nichols will move into her
new hooec the first of next week.
Ed Kiddle returned to Roseburg on
Tuesday's freight, after a week's visit
with his parents.
Sire. Sanderson U lowy improving.
tier son and Jus -vifn from Genthite
came down to fee her on the 29th intt.
Mr. Freeland Cornutt of Washington
county is at his father's now. His
family will move up soon to reidc at his
place in the canyon.
Seymore and Elmer Catching, of the
Catching Bro?.' mines, were visiting
with their families a fe.r days of title
week. They brought in )uite a lot of
Reports say that Mr. Sherwood, the
druggist of Canyonville, will put up a
two-story brick building in Riddle, the
lower room for a drugstore and the upper
for a city hall. Wo hope this is true, for
wo are always glad to hear of any im
provement going on in Riddle.
Mr. Beck ley of Oakland has been in
our valley this week buying cattle. He
got a drove of 'J3 head and started Tues
day to drive them to Oakland. They
croseed the river near Mr. Chadwick's
place. Ho bought his cattle of the
Nichols Brof., John Drain and J. I).
Mrs. Mary Jackson passed through
Riddle Sunday on her way home to Mon
mouth, after a visit with friends and rel
atives in Canyonville. Esid.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
Oak Creek Items.
Sunsliino mid frost.
Farming has begun once moro.
Lott McDowell is sojourning on the
Rancho Del Rio this weak.
Walter McDowell was tho guest of
Johnny Kcrnnn Inst Monday and Tues
day. Miss Nannio Tipton of Looking Glass,
is visiting ichitives in this vicinity at
Messrs. Stearns and Rico will loavo for
Caps lllihe in u few days. Wo will bo
very sorry to sco them depart,
Richard Pitzman and family moved
into our neighborhood a few weoks ago.
much to tho delight of the young men of
Tho social danco nt S. 1', fllnkely's
Friday night was a very cnjoyahlo aflair.
Dancing began at 7 o'clock and continued
until 7 in the morning, all going homo
well pleased with the night's cutertaiu
ment. Thoso present were, Mis3 Ander
son, Mies Carrie Dixon, Naunio Tipton,
Ilnttie and Lon. Wilson, Nora Barker,
Lizzie, Chris and Annie Ritzniann, Lucy
Atlerbtiry, Anna and Nettie Blakoly,
Maud Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Will Single
ton, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Blakoly, Mr.
and Mrs. T. C. Altcrburv, Mr. and Mrs.
S. r. Ulakely. Messrs. Charles Cassidy.
Gns Bench, Engeno Atterbniy, Charles
Rice. Will Dixon. Al Wilson. Euel
Barker, Henry Ritzinaun, Lester, Robert
ana torrost Ulakely, Uwen Attorburv.
Paul I-cupp, Frank Connio, Clinton
Attcrbary, Lewis Baker. Oore
2rs. David Btnger
Chilis and Fever
Lett rat em dated, tilth dUtresjtcs cough, no
appetite, pain In chest, thouldex, tick and
itomach. Four t-ottlej of Flood's Sarsaparffia
pro 120 strcasttu cood appetite tad health.
Hood's Pills wla cew friends diUj.
CLASSIFIED -r ADVERTISEMENTS
Jjur liact cr lea usder ihu lead 5 frail per
babU - nvri addilionct liat S ccm per nojtU. ."o
(urrnuescat tatn Jar (at a !S ctau.
The stockholders of the Douglas County
Agricultural Association will meet at the
court house in Roscburg on Saturday,
February 2, 1595, at 10 o'clock a. m. for
theparpose of electing seven directors for
the ensuing year; also for the electing of
one director lor ttie -Jna ioolliern Oregon
D. A. S.. and other imoortant business.
Every stockholder is requested to attend
or send t.'ieir proxy.
F. A." McCall. Secretary.
The annual meeting vi the stakhold-
ers of tbo Lccky Qaf cn Gold & Silver
JJimng tomrcny wi l tn held at tho of
ficc cf the company, i i Rceeburs, Ore
gon, at 1 o'clock p. ts , on tho 2Gth day
of January, IS'Xi. for me purpose of tran
sacting such wii.iies.' as mav come be
fore the meeting. . T. Booley, Sec.
Portland. Or., Dec. M. 1SW.
ollcc to TrcHpnSKerH.
Notice is hereby given that all persons
nunung upon, removing wood from, or
otherwise irejpafsing upon the "Busbev
estate,' will ba prosecuted.
Rosebarg, Ana. S, IS94.
D. S. K. Bcick, Agent.
.......... .a.v a, v-. . ihu, Mia tdvu
removing wood or cutting woxl from my
land will bo prosecuted. Mr land is the
3 I'd roll l- .irnn (flit nil rwiranha
S. .b. '4' of the S. W. 4' of section 19
townsnip Zt south, range G west, in
Douglas county, Oiegon.
Vfitr thit head. MMl final ailtrrt lie tartnleunnr
fur an. .wjaLr', aw,:, artr, or amyiAtng tut yju may
hth v, aiejme oj ma eoti oj z emu per noUA.
For Sale. Good oak wood at 12 per
tier, proaiptly delivered ; leave orders at
J. t. lSarkers More. ack Baekeu.
For Sale. A cood home of 1C0 acres
12 miles from railroad : -10 acres cleared :
good water, small orchard in bearing,
plenty of small fruit ; fair Oregon house
and barn ; 1 horses, 3 cows and plenty of
larm maminery to run the farm, tor
prices and terms enquire of S. B. Hen
dricks at the Review office or of the
country s-trvyjr -. lh court house.
For tale or trade, a good three-spring
hack. Will trade for graiu or cows.
Apply to CtiAS. Vaxzile.
tiood dry oat wood for sale at 2 per
tier, delivrred every Saturday. Leave
orderaat 31 ra. Iwytl's grocery store.
ror Sale. Old papers, at this office.
at -zo cents per ntiudred.
Wanted, a reliable man or lady; for
steady position. Address X, caro Daily
j.nonne, .. nour, Uouglas County, Or.
I'o em mlrtTtiie your.houtt, farm or room for
rent fur SC cenU jier month inlhia department.
. The Odd Fellows Building Association
will receive proposals for renting the
Upcra ilousc lor ono tear, from Knh. 1
1695, ensuing. Rents payable monthly
in nayance. mo directors reserve tho
right to reject any and all bids. Address,
Jos. Micelli, Secy.
A girl about six aud a half years of ago,
For further particulars enquire of
A. F. Stearsh, County Judge.
Great Opportunity for Prune Farming
On a Large Scale.
1720 acres of choico valley and low
hillside land, nil nmlpr Imarrl nnrl :
fence, eeveral hundred acres in cultiva
tion, uie very lcbi ol Jrtiit land, has good
natural drainage, fico from frost, good
llOUee. Wood, tr.ltnr. Ptr. Iliren iiiiloo
from railiond. Tho vicinity lias flno or
chards and this i a rare chanco for a
colony of prune growers. Tho property
belongb to abttiit parties and must
be sold. Trice $10 per acre, cash,
balance in eight annual payments with
fi per cent interest. (Discount allowed
Havo lauds of cvtry kind throughout
the county for low prico aud easy terms.
u. a. iv. i.uicK, uoseburg, Oro.
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jy Erpcrleae cihhsu;. rgcalUrfjyg
M ccffT-lwloa to local pufrJyjg
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SjtfJB jgp'T'--" Good cha) 'orl
kB!TU'nsst Ostfit and tall pr- II
lltmltn frt. BKOWTf BKOA. CO. nor- at
PHVfTyinfn. Portland. Ore. CVtl Locse U
ritUblf . San Vtii pPr- rU m
Bottio.1 wm m m ZM
For 8Alo by M. F. Rapp. Druggist.
Captain Swconoy,U. S. A.. San Diego,
Cal., savs: "Shllch 'a Catarrh Remedy
is tho first medicine I havo ever found
hat would do mo any good." Prico 50c.
Changed to a
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the latest prices on everything tho Farmer has to sell. This Department nlone is
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""" aro issued for live dilferent sections of tho
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Each Edition contains special Local Features characteristic of its section, i-cr-feclly
adapting it to the wants ot tho farmers of tho diflVroui stales in that section.
Thus each edition becomes to tho Farmers as much their home agricultural paper,
as though published at their own state capital.
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Talks with tho Doctor, Puzzlo Contests
and Young Folks' Page,
combine to mako this Department of as much value and interest as most of the
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Questions answered on Law, Medicine, Veterinary and other topics FREE.
THE MAGAZINE FORM. Each issue comes ont with a neat cover, the
number of pages varying from 23 to 30.
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SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER.
The IMnludcnlcr, - - 92.001
The City Meat Market,
And Dealer In
PRIME BACON, HAMS, LARD,
AMI FRESH MEATS
Orden Uken and Delivered Frrc
10 any pan 01 me city.
A SQUARE DEAL,
1 1 1 1
THE McCLALLEN HOUSE.
NEW iU AN AG Efl ENT.
WILLIS & WILLIS, Proprietors.
Free Coach. Commodious Sample
Blacksmiths and Machinists
Are now located in their new shops on
Stephen Street, between Oak and Cass,
And are prepared to do work in their
Girc.lliom them a trial
BArnsT Ciiuncii corner ot Lone and Roso
itrccts. Sunday Service: Preaching, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. ni.; Young People's Union, 0:30 p.m.;
Mrs. O. N. Annc.i, President; Sunday School, 10
e. m.; James Chamberlain, Superintendent
Prayer Meeting, Thursday evening nt 7:00.
ItEV. O. N. Amnes, Pastor.
Residence, No. K!l Main Street.
Methodist Church corner ol Main and Lane
streets. Sunday Service: Preaching, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath school, 10 a. m ; Dr.
James Ilarr, Superintendent; Class Meeting nt
close of tho morning service; Kpivortli League
0:30 p. m. Claro Hume, President. Prayer Meet
ing, Thursday, at 7:30 p. m.
N. S. IlucK.sF.it, I). 1)., Pastor.
Parsonage, corner Main and Lane.
Presbyterian Church corner of Cass and
Hose streets. Sunday Service: Puplic worship,
11 a.in. and 7:30 p. ni.; Sabbath School, 10 a. m.;
Y. P. S. C. K., 7 p. in. Prayer Meeting, Wednes
day, 7:C0 p. m.
It. 11. Dn.wor.Tii, Pastor.
To extend its usefulness and make it n
practical necessity to every progressive
Farmer and his fumiiy, tho American
Agriculturalist is now published weekly
(instead of monthly), at
Poultry, 1"1m1i ana Came,
OF ALL KI.NDS.
1 1 1 1 . j 1 , 1 1 . 1 1 , , . ! .
4 5 0 7 S J 10 11 Pi
Is what we give to ever' cus
tomer, for we believe the best
advertisement possible is a cus
tomer pleased with what we
have sold them, the' will come
again aud again, and their friends
will come too.
We are not here for a day
or for a month.
We are Here to Stay.
Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
Hue with neatness ami dispatch.
and bo convinced.
For a Few Days.
Boys Suits $1 5
Men's Suits 7 5
- Men's Wet Weather Shoes 2 00
Men's Underwear 75
Latest Style Hats 2 00
Boss of the Road Overalls-Best 50
Hackintoshes at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Ladie's Dress Goods Reduced 25 per cent.
These goods have"all been, received
within the last month, and are the
latest styles and not shelfworn.
Don't delay this golden opportun
ity, and call on
The Boss Store.
320 and 323 Jackson St.
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.
HLEXHiHDER 5 STRONG
C. W. PARKS &
The Talk of the
Onr Factory Has Bn Itanium; Steadily to .Make np a
Fresh Slock, anil yon can get
The Finest and Most
Complete Line of ,
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 runuiug at this
office. Send for circulars.
THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.,
121 Main Street, San Francisco. Cal.
Bet. Oak and Washington.
Bed Room Sets
Parlor and Dining Chairs
Rugs and Carpets
And all Household
Articles. . . .....
NO TROUBLE TO
Prepare for it wisely. We offer
unusually good reasons wiry you
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 carr- the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
Don't Eat Stale Candies,
Peanuts or Popcorn,
They are not Fit to Eat.
Candies of All Grades
FKES1I EVERY DAY AT
We are always in the Lead, and mean to
The Golden Harvest is npon as, and farm
ers are smiling became Woodwa'd
looks to their interest.
These are all Leather and Warranted.
At Bednced Prices.
Consult yonr pnrse and be sure and sea
Woodward before buying.
W. fi. W00DWARB
H. C. STANTON
Has Joat receiyed a new and extensile stock o
DRY : GOODS
Ladies' Dress Goods, Eibbons, Trimmiiigs,
Laces, Etc, Etc.
ALSO A PINE STOCK OF
BOOTS AKD SHOES
Of the best quality and finish.
Wood, WUIow and Glass Ware,
Crockery, Cordage Etc.
Also on hand in large qoantltle and at prices to
rait the times. Also a lare stock of
Which is offered at cost price. A foil and
select stock of
Constantly on hand. Alsoths
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books and periodicals published in the United
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me x acinc lioast.
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The Best Meduni for
And evfirvtliinc iu.inm;r.n . i t t
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"X -"cu.t.uea ior xiorses ana otner
animals. Rncino nn. - -
lho Ieadint' paper of its class west of
I .n .ilO A It . . . -
""""s"! mo representative ot the
vaat breedinK interests in California.
Special department conducted by
Jos. Cairn Simpsox.
It is essentially a newspaper cotinini; all
day, given in such a bright, entertienine
" u'wuci us 10 mase me- pa
per a neceisty to everybody interested in
norso matter and legitimate sport. Sam
ple Copies are free, and will be gent on
THE BREEDER AND SPORTSMAN,
313 Bush St., SanFrancieco, Cal.
F. W. Kelley, Manager.-
Alineral. Railroad. Aricultural.
H. G. POTTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1106 G St., X. W. Washington, D. C.
rMTi.. " i.r " "burauunu claims, ana Lata
Chief of the Mineral Division.
CTF Correspondence Solicited.