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ISS0EO EVERY XaXD.1T ASD TIICRSDIY BT
TKE PLAIHDEALER PUBLISHING COMPANY
One Year payable in advance .S oo
SU Months, " 00
Three Month. " " 5
MONDAY, FEB. -J, 1893.
The Uitctt Thine In the Way ot Guaran
teeing Indemnity Tor Ixw.
Burglaries havo becomo so frequent j
In Chicago that several capitalists havo
now tiudcr consideration tho formation '
of a bnrclarv indemnity conipauy. Hard-
ly a day passes in which sonio residenco
or mercantile building is not entered
by thieves and valnablo property dam
aged or taken away. In a largo percent
age of tho burglaries tho property is
never recovered. Even when it is found
tho articlo is generally in a damaged
condition and of littlo value.
When tho company commences busi
ness, its policy holders can go away
from homo for a few days or abroad for
a vacation and not bo in a perpetual
rtato of worry about tho safety of their
household effects. This would bo be
cause tho company believes prevention
of housebreaking is even better than
tho conviction of tho burglar. An effi
cient foreo of watchmen would patrol
tho district in which tho insured lived.
When a burglary was committed, the
policy holder would havo to report at
once to tho offices of tho company. Its
agents would go to the building just as I
tho adjusters of a fire company would
in case of a Ices. All tho property dam- i
ared would bo taken possession of as if '
. . 1 . . i r , !
it were salvage, ana train ea aeiecuc
would endeavor to run down tho crimi
nals. A char.oe.nas already been issued to
tho company in Iowa, where a capital (
of $50,000 was subscribed. Application j
was then made to tho insurance com- .
missioner of Illinois to do business in .
this state. Ho looked up tho law, and j
though it does not expressly include
burglary indemnity companies in its
provisions he decided that tho company I
could legally do business if a $100,000
subscription was raised in tho state.
This will now bo done, and the head- 1
quarters for the United States will bo
established in Chicago, from hero '
branches will likely be established in ;
all tho largo cities of tho country. In 1
Great Britain and Canada similar com- I
panics have successfully transacted busi- .
ness for several years. Chicago Times. '
COLORED WEATHER LORE.
Thick l"rathcrs on Dock and Other Situs
of a Hard Winter.
A party of tho wags who are always
hanging around tho National hotel held
up old Carter Bowie, the colored man
who has sold raw oysters from tho can
for seasons innumerable on Sixth street,
vfisterdav. and after chafing him for
awhile on various questions touched 1
him in a tender spot by asking him j
what kind of weather Washington was j
going to havo this winter.
"Tell yer, honey, yer bettah git yer '
coal in putty scon, kase days raitely
cnnnllvtirafWnhead-" said Carter. "Do
ducks ain nebber had ez much down
j.t.M2UMI rlnr a ? frill frince
I kin 'member. Hit's dat thick dat yer
cyahnt see de meat thcr hit nohow.
Dat's er sho' sign dat do wedder gwin- j
ter bo tnrr'ble cole. Den de bressbone J
ob a goosewhut I seen vrcz dess sported .
up like er pinter dog's back, 'en dat's J
ernudder sign whut don't fale, neb- ;
ber. En dar's ernudder thing. Ebber
sen co I fust got big nnff ter tcto isters 4
I dun see dat when we hab do small-1
pox in de fall time de winter whut
come erlcng atter hit is dess do debbil
foh cole. Hit wuz datter way las' time,
back yander in atee-atey. Yer 'member
dat, d'en't yer! We had de smallpox in ,
de fall, an do wedder was dess JaiJt nit
is now, sof ' an sunny, an hit kep dat
ter way twell clean up terKrismus.
Den, gennermea, she cemmenco fur to
git cole, an I lay dat olo Cyarter putty
nigh froze an starve ter deaf, kase da
ribber got ffoze ober clean ter de raonf,
an dey martn't no iseter boat ccme up
toedew'arf foh "bent tix weeks. Yaars,
indeedy, fellers, hit's gwinter be colter
iwti da debbil ioon ez do holerdays
comes, an if enny ob youso is got yo'
obercotes in de intru3 shop I lay yer
better git 'em out quick ez yer kin,
kase yer'll need 'era, heney, yer'll need
'em wussen de licker an do seegyars yer
throwin yer munny erway cn. But dis
ain't sellin isters. I gotten git Bum
munny time de ribber froze up ergin
an keep dera istcr boats down on de
beds." Washington Star.
A 21 crry Borclr
A scries cf most daring robberies is
now puzzling the Anderson (Ind.) offi
cials. When Joseph ilnnchoff, a fumi-'
tare dealer, awoke the other raorning, '
he found the following note lying on
his desk hardly ten feet from where he t
had been sleeping: ;
Mr Dtjle Srx If you tad cose money la
yocr pocicts, I -wrEld not hare bothered your
tratch aad jcrzr vrlle'a &ealkin tack. I thask .
jca Icr sleeping so Bonad. ,
Srw Tobe Bczciob.
Here are fiTc pcaaies; hare a d&r on in.
The note wa3 neatly penned on Mr.
3Iuncho5'B note paper, and cn it lay
five pennies. Six other houses were en- J
tered and money taken when it could
be found. It is thought that all of the I
robberies have been committed by this
nervy individual. Indianapolis Senti-1
Mr. TanderblH'n Partridge. i
By tho authentic and authoritative i
way of an English print the word comes
that when ilrs. Vanderbilt wants to
eat the wing of a partridge she has ten
birds cooked and served from which to i
choose. There are several Mrs. Vander- (
bilts in this country who might easily
afford this method of selection, but the '
London newspaper does not venture
further than this wholesale statement ,
And v.liy only ten birds? It doesn't
take millions to buy ten partridges. A
really good '.tory would be that a par
tridge with ten v;ngs was offered.
New York Times.
arant-! IfU Urcjur-ftt.
On payniejjt of a young man if j
excused front military rricc in Spain. :
Tho other drty a man wrote to the queen j
that he had already paid 63, (KK) for 10 j
of his mhih and begging her to excuse
the other 1-5, as Ik- bad no more money.
The quijen granJtd the u quest. Mad-!
Notice ib hereby given to the public
by the undersigned that I do not allow
dead animals to be buried on my jirem
i6e8, at Koseburg, Oregon, nr. garbage
damped thereon or sand or gravel taVen
therefrom, unless tho party taking Band
or gravel first contract with me for the
right to bo do.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted ac
cording to law. Aaron Robe,
Rosebnrg, Oregon. March 17th. 18111.
Boos and shoes selling att cost at
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We get out a
tN the circuit codkt ok the state
x of Oregon, lor tho County ol Douglas.
E. II. I'Inkston, l'lalntlffl
A. 8. 1'ctcnT'j. E. Wilson I
nnd A. F. Wlnnlford, I
State or Oueoon. f ,
County ol Douglas.)
Whereas, at a regular term ol tho Circuit
Court o( the State ol Oregon, county of Douglas,
to wit: . .
On Saturday the 15th day of December, 1831.
tho plaintiff above named recovered judgment
against tho above named defendants for the
sum of fourteen hundred and forty-live dollars
and eighty-four cents (UH5.M) and for
112.1 00 attorney fees and 55.93 costs and
disbursements herein taxed and against
the following described property: one Day
stallion live years old, one black horse
seven years old, one bay marc eight years oiu,
one bay mare nine years old, one sorrel mare
six years old, ono bay mare six years old and
their Increase, said property on the 31st day of
October, lbOl, having been duly attached here
in, that I did on tho U!th day of January, 1HJ5,
In Douglas county, Oregon, at the hour of 1
0 clock p. 111 , of said day, sell at public auc
tion to tho highest bidder for cash In hand,
all of the above described personal property,
being the property of the above named defend
ants, said sale bringing In the aggregate, the
sum of $70.25, that the costs and expenses of
said sale omountcd to the sum of ?57.C5, tliot
the Interest on I1I15.S1 for !T7 days was ?10.b5,
One hundred and twenty-live dollars, attorney
fees, fi7.ri, lotts added together with attorney
lees and Interest making the amount of judg
ment ?iraa.34, the amount of the sale of per
sonal property deducted, leaving a balance
due plaintiff of lfC3.09. Whereas, the above
sale did not satisfy the plaintitrs Judgment,
1 have levied upon and will on Monday, the
1Mb day of Kcbruarv, 1S95, at the hour of 1
o'clock p. m., at the Court House door, in
Uoeburg, Douglas county, Oregon, sell at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash in
hand, all the right, title or Interest which
said defendants, oreitlferof them, had in orto
the following described property on the 31st
day of October, or at any time thereafter,
mid real property (having in this action on
said date, been duly attached and ordered sold
under said attachment, to wit:
The Cbel M. Grovcr Donation Land Claim,
surveyed on the U. S. maps and designated as
Claim No. ;, being parts of Sees. Si, '23, 32 and
33 in Tp. 25 S., It. (" west, being bounded' as
lleginning atta point 3 chains south and 20
chains! and 25 links west from the corner Sees.
-tt u.; aim J-l, in ip. s., x.. w nrsi, mm
muiiinir thence north 33 chains and to links.
and thence west 7'J chains and CO links, thence
south J40 cnalns, thence least to chains to the
piacel 01 beginning ami containing .j acres,
also lots numbered 2 and 3 in Sea 33 in Tp.
25 H., It. C west, containing CS acres in Douglas
county, Oregon, on the 3M day ol Oct,, or
any time thereafter, and also all the right,
title and Interest, the said defendants or
cither of them, had In or to the following
described real property, on the 30th day of
iciooer, or at any lime inercaiicr. u a
Ilceinnine at the- northwest comer of Ixt No. 0,
running thence east 50 feet, thence south -10 feet,
thonce west 50 feet, thence north 10 feet to place
ol Inhuming in moot No. II in K. u. .ucimoii
to the Town of Oakland. Douglas County. Ose
gon, as recorded in the office of the County Clerk
of said Douclos Countv. Oregon, together Willi
tenement", hereditaments and appurtenances
therenio belonging or in anywife appertaining
and 1 will adiiIv the nrocccds arising therefrom
first to the costs and expenses of such sale of said
real property, to the coats anil disbursements
herein taxc'l nnd amount of rjlaintllfs iudg-
! inent, including attorney fee of 1125, to wit: the
sum oi iijfcfc.w.
C. F. CATIICART,
ShcrifTof Douglas County, Oregon.
Ity D. It. SHAMKOOK, Deputy. ja!7td
tS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OREGON FOR
x the County of Douglas.
I,. C. Itcarislr. reter Hume. E. II.
Preble, Martha A. Bogffe and T. It.
Sheridan, Extcators anJ xecntor
of the eaUteof T. It. Boeire, de
ccsim1. The Or gon i t'alifgroU
Lumber Co., a corporation, I'.
Itorn, t. W. Condon, Dist. Attr.
fur DoogHi Couaty and Ada Beard
le , Iefendanta.
To L. C. Beardsler. the abore nameddeJen'lact,
In the narae of the State of Oreiron. you are
hereby rxjuireJ to appear and answer the com
plaint nled aininat ou in the above entltlea auit
on or before the tSrtt day of the next renlar term
of nid court, for aald tnnty and State, appointed
to be held and to commence on Monday the ISth
dayof March, A. D. liOi. that being the fint
I day cf the term of uid court regularly fullowing
1 the expiration the time prescribed for the publi-
rition of this summons in and by an order herein
cude by the lion. Judge oi said court and bear
i in? dale the 31ldarof Deceiabtr. HOI. lor the
! serTice of this suracous by the publication there
1 of for i comecutire weetr, and if yon fail o to
j appear andansver said compliinl. the plaiutiS
j herein win take judgment against you and a ce
cree as follows:
1 t or the sum cf 173.97 with intrest at the
rate uf 11 per cent, per annum, from the 7th dar
of Octotxr, H3J, and for the further sum of S100
as attorney's fees and further for his costs and
' That the foUowinir deacnbe-l premises.
to-wit: lot Number Nineteen (19) in Brook's and
Belden's Addition, the same bemir the Broomde
Addition to the City of Iloseburg, in the County
cf Donjrlas. btate ot Oreiron, accordmir to the offi
cial survey ami plat of sid addition of record in
ti.e omcect tte County CKrk. or uougias county
Omron. containing Nine 9) Acres more or lese
lorether with the tenements, hereditaments and
arrurtecancei thereunto belonging or in anywise
appertaining, be Mia by tnesnens ot said County
ml tLe proceeds of ul.sale te aprueu to tbe
payment of the above amounts, nnd that you aud
all persons claiming unaer you or subsequent to
the execution of the mortgige med on herein
hxl! I barred and foreclosed of all ri.-ht. claim
or eiutty of redemption in the said premises and
tha: execution issue against you for any de
ficiency which miy remain after applying all the
proceeds of the sale of said premises properly ap
plicable t' the sattaiacuon ot aiz judgment.
?31tt Utorney for the Plaintiff.
Sheriff Js Sale.
tn the cir.criT court of the state
of Oregon la and lor Douglas County.
C. II. Manpln, AilmmUtratorl
of the Estate ol ti 11. Man
pln. dewfted. anii L.;. Dim-1,
mlck. plaintiffs f
A. s. I'cters, defendant. J
STATE or OltE'L'S. (
County o! Douglas. (
Where, at a recular term of the Circuit
Court of the state of Oregon, for the County of
uougias-. to xrii. cn the ;n miy ot wecemtwr.
1S9I. plaintiffs above naiactl recovered a iudc-
meu: asaiiist the aliovc named defendant for
the sum of UfXOnnd fJl.t'O cots and disburse
ments, and against the following described at
tached jeiM)nal property, .towit :
One roller. SS', bushels oats. 139 bushels bar
ley, 11 tons hay. 1 set harness. 1 l'lano binder.
m neaa nogs, i u.borne mower.
Said property having been duly attached on
the lt day of November. ly.M, 1 did, on the
Cth day of December. at the hour of
o'cloct p. m. of said day, sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cn-h in hand, all o
the aboe described jersonal propcrtv, being
tne property oi me a Dove naincu oetcnuant,
said sale brinslng. in the airgregate. J3TI.S1
that the i-; and expense of said sale, $11.39,
first cost. fiu judgment and interest, ?100t,
costs anvl interest together uith the Drineirtal
HOT !.?.. leaving u balanec due plaintiff on judg
ment of J7"0.1-. Whereas the above sale did not
satisfy plaintiffs judgment. I have levied upon
and will. on Saturday, the 2'rd day of Febiuarv.
i9T. at 1 o'cloi kp. m. of said da, at the Court
House door in Koseburg, Douglas County, Or
egon, pursuant to ar execution duly issueu out
of said caue anil court on the ICth dav of Janu
ary, im. sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title
and interest which said defendant had in or to
the following described real property on the 1st
day of Not ember. TsJI. or at any time thereafter,
said real proptrty having in this action on said
dute been duly attached and ordered sold under
said attachment, to wit
The south of the N'E 'i of Section 3. Town
ship 2S South. I'.aiice West. W. M., containing
s acres, together with all the tenements, her
editaments and appurtenances thereunto beloug
lug or in any u ie appertatr.ins.
And 1 will apply the proceeds arising there
from first, to the costs and expenses of sale
of saidrcal property, to the costs and disburse
ments herein taxed, and amount of plaintitrs
judgment, to wit. the sum of 7W.lN with inter
est thereon at the rate of s per cent per annum
from the th day o( December, ls-.'l. anil the
overplus, if any there be. to bo Paid into this
Court to be further applied as bv law directed
sheriff, Douslas County, Orecon
ltj 1. U. sittiip.ooK, Deputy. jlTtd
Notice ii hereby given to all nhom it may con
tern tint I h ive a ppointe-1 D. W. Stearns of Cala
rooi i precinct Deputy Inspector of Stock fcr said
prtcinct; postotHce address, Oakland; also A. J.
Chtpman of Wilbur, an 1 Ralph Smith, at Rose
hurg. to act daring my absence, and others wil
be added a parties inspected make tkeir desire
Itoscburg, May Ith, 1SS7.
Jiureclor of Stock tor Douglas county.'Or.
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