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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1895)
THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1S93.
Ho, Ho, Boys, Look Here.
Cotue and see our l.anl times $20 suits
and J5J0 jianhs. Guaranteed for ono
year at Chioago Tailor's, in with Milli
kon. Quarterly Meeting:.
Tho second quarterly meeting for Rose
burg will Iks held nest Sabbath. Tho
Presiding Elder, Rcv.T. L. Jones, will
(reach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
N. S. BucKSEn, 1'as.tor.
Thate will be a special meeting of
Alpha Loilgx Xo. -IT, Knights of Pythias,
at thoir Gutlo Hall Friday, at 1 o'clock
p. tin tliarp. A full attendance is re
quested. C.Y.Bcsjamix, C. C.
At the Theater.
The Irish Aristocracy Co. xuadc a de
cided hit last nigh:, and tonight the
houre will no doubt be crowded. The
singing is superb, and every member of
the company, indndingtlio trick donkey,
is an artist it his line. It is conceded to
b the best comedy cotr.pany that has
over visited Roseburr.
A Queer Contest.
Tho town of O'ttage Grove now wishes
to join the town of Hast Cottage Grove
cr Lemati. She asks that ho be taken
in nnder the present charter and that
the entire town be called Cottage Groye.
The people of the old town are unani
mously in favor ol the proposition, but a
majority of the East Cottago Grove or
Lemati people are opposed to such a
plan, so we are informed.
Married at Oakland.
R. W. Byars and MissjAmy M. Under
wood were roamed Tuesday evening at
the residence of Mrs. Pauline Young at
Oakland, EWer Shaoele officiating. The
ceremony was witnessed only by relatives
and intiasatc menus. The nest morn
ing Mr. and Mrs. Byars left fcr their
future hotn at Pomeroy, Wash. The
many friend of the happy couple will
join tlw Plalndvalee in extending
Killed Near Scoiisburg.
Dsn n is Waedoer was killed while en
gaged in logging og Harvey Greek, on
Monday, be leaves a wife and three
smalt children i He was the son of Joe
Wagoner, now living at Schofield across
the river from Gardiner. The old gen
tleman has been for many jears a resi
dent ci Doeto coenly and has a large
family of children of whkh Dennis was
the eldest sob. Last week a man named
Wroe was killed oa Smith River while
Building False Hopes.
The Ooerter says it is whispered
emisoBsly that Grants Pass is about to j
be mstle an eatine; station mad the end of
a division. In making this change the ,
railraed eocepasy will only be complying J
with tbe aniveraal desire of all persons !
who travel oe this line, with the except
ion af these nsiding at Ashland. From
Grasts Pass to RGsebarg is 06 miles, a ,
proper length for a division. From , Rocky mountains to the Atlantic,
A. Salzman, tho reliable jowelcr.
J. T. Bryan, tho Busy Watchmaker.
L. BelGls, watchmaker, Rosoburg, Ore.
Repairing a specialty at Langenberg's.
For a good 5-cont cigar call on Mrs.N.
A choico lino of stationery at Marslors'
For first-class dentistry go to Dr. Littlo
David Hunter was iu from Deer Creek
Eastern oysters on tho half shell, ufc
tho Randy Kitchen.
Pure fresh candies manufactured at
tho Kaudy Kitchen.
Key West, imported and domestic
cigars at tho Roeeleaf.
James Dillard was doing businos3 in
Roseburg last Monday,
Call at Marsters' drug Btoro for blank
and memorandum books.
Tho latest novels only 10 cents uach,
at Geo. Langenberg's newstand.
Pacific Coast and Eastern oysters in
any style at tho Kandy Kitchen.
A. Miller and sister of Greens station
were visiting in the city last Monday.
Myrtle Creek flour, only 80 cents per
sack. Delivered free. A. C. Hons.
Dr. Strango'a dental parlors aro in the
Marsters block, over Richardson's music
The latest novels just received by Geo.
Langenberg and sold at 10 cents per
For good substantial blacksmithing
cheap, go to McKinuey & Manning,
Meals at all hours at the Kand
Kitchen, southeast corner Taylor & Wil
John Currin camo up from Wilbur
this week, and has been shaking hands
Bocts and shoes made and repaired at
L. Langenberg's shoe store. First class
work and low prices.
January 31st there were 995 patients in
the asylum at Salem, of which G31 were
male and 514 females.
The revival meetings at the Baptist
chnrch aro well attended, and will con
tinue for an indefinite time.
Dr. M. W. Davis is erecting a Deat
barn on his property at the corner of
Mosbcr and Stephens streets.
Churchill, Woolley & McKenrie keep a
very large assortmeut of first-class cook
stoves. Xo charge for delivery.
lry the uousehold uyes. the same
package colors silk, wool, cotton or
feathers, at Marsters' drug store.
Protect yourself agiicst cold and
pneumonia by wearing a chest protector.
Fine ones at Marsters' drag store.
Mrs. Fisher came up from Eugene
Sunday to join her son who is engaged in
the new laundry shortly to be opened."
Notwithstanding the bard times Wol
lenburg & Abraham are doing a fair
business. Square dealing gain3 patron
While a severe storm is raging from the
Soyoral communications rogarding
personal matters in tho south-cud aro
not given apace, for tho roason that they
aro of no interest oxcopl to'tlio aggriovod
Dolph's supporters havo again found
thorasel ves in tho soup. They attonipted
to secure some legislation tlio.otlier day,
and again found thomsclvoa ui tho
THE SITUATION AT SALEAi.
Grants Pass to DonsawMr is a distaaw of Oregon are enjoying the finest of spring
29 miles, araeh ssace teBveaient than : weather.
the present ooaikioe of affairs, which ( Another well known business firm of
compels the traveling public to cat j Portland has been forced to the wall,
breakfast at 11 a. m. and sepper at 4 :5J , This time it is Currier & Co., the popn
p. ni. ' Iar furnishers.
Mrs. P. 1$. Becsley, who has been
Rather fclevatca. . . . - . ...
' has returned to her horte at Oakland.
I Salem Journal.
Don't b-eak oat your teeth on Lard
tough candies; go to Niece's candy fac
I tory where they make every thing fresh,
correspondent from Upper
beon nddod to tho Plain-
DE.u.Kit'n list of contributors, and wo
hopo "Joy," a3 well as all others, will
sand items regularly.
marked copy of tho Washington
Post furnishes the, information that
John W. Douglass has beon paid $2,500
as an attorney in tho Cherokee claims
against tho United Slates.
Edmund Davis was in from Doer Creek
last Tuesday. Ho reports lato grain as
being eomowhat injured from tho recent
frosts, and says there is "plenty of work
to do, but no monoy to pay for it."
Thoso having second hand Btoves,
furniture, etc., for salo can receivo the
highest cash prico by calling upon N.
Rice, the furniture and supply dealer,
221-23 Jackson street Roseburg, Or.
Dr. Davis has practiced dentistry in
Roseburg nearly 14 years, and wo know
tho Dr. to bo a skilled workman. Par
ties patronizing him will save money.
Dental parlors opposito Siocum's hall.
Hugh C. Macbeth, representing Clark's
mile-end spool cotton, paid Hoseburg
morchants abusineM visit this week.
He is a yery pleasant gentleman, and
made many friends by his courteous
Jack Abrahams is continually recciv-
inc now goods in tho lino of gentlemen's
furnishing goods. His low prices for
goods, and his ready sales to his cus
tomers, causes the continual replenish
ing of the shelves at his store.
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins. Chattanoogo,
Tenn.,says, "Shiloh's Vitalizer 'Saved
My Life.' I consider it the best remedy
for a debilitated system I ever used."
For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney trouble
it excels. Price 75cts.
Many petitions aro beinisent to cur
delegation requesting them to support
Congressman Hermann for senator.
About the only effect the petitions have
ha J is to make the lot of our rep;esenta
tives unhappy, for they continue voting
for the "caucus nominee."
There is Caliornia cabbage, in town for
sale. What aro the farmers of Douglas
doing? DougIa3 county is tho beft veg
etablo producing section of tho Pacific
coast. Wo should keep oat all vege
tables from other sections and thereby
keep many dollars at home.
The following item is especially pleas
ing to all republicans wno bait from
bourbondom: "Bob Ingersoll once said
that ho wouldn't believe there was a
hell until Missouri went republican, and
now the lola, Mo., Register demands
that he redeem his pledge."
Special services will b; held in Ht.
George's Episcopal church, Roseburg, on
Sunday, Feb. 10th, at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. ihe itev. ines. .. uyianu oi
Astoria will preach at the morning ter- j
vice. Mr. Hvland wa3 the first resident I
elerevman in Rosebun: So years aso. !
Titos. NriL WiLSox, Clergyman
Practically Unchanged, and
Little Is Being Done.
Tho senatorial situation nt Salom is
'practically unchanged, although Dolph
lost ono vote Tuesday, that of Cooper of
Benton. Tho vote today was us follows:
Dolph 41, Hermann 13, Wcathorford 8,
HarolO, Williams!), Lord 4, Lowell 3,
and two were absent.
Following is tho result "of tho ballots
thus far cast for United States senator:
Dolph 44 .H 42
Mooro 17 10 11
Haro 10 10 10
Bennett 8 8 8
Lord 5 2 3
H ormauu -t 0 10
Williams 1 1
J. B. Waldo .
5 0 7 8
42 42 42 42
3 2 11
10 10 10 10
0 0 0 0
10 11 12 13 14
3S 35 41 39 41
0 0 0 0 0
Haro 10 10 10 10 10
Bennett . .
G 12 13 13
9 119 9
Salem, Feb. 5 Tho crowd in attend
ance upon the joint session was n littlo
larger than usual this noon owing to
rumors of changes iu the balloting.
President Simon called tho assembly to
order at 12.04. Tho first namo on tho
roll call was that of Senator Alley who
answered to his name by making a state
ment. "I have been informed," ho said,
"that a statement has been printed in
the Oregonian to the effect that Congress
man Hermann has sent mu a dispatch
saying, "stand firm," etc. I wish to say
that no such dispatch has been received
by me, but as the wording resembles that
of a dispatch I havo received, I will
read that dispatch. It is as follows:
"WAhiiLSGTOX, I). C, Jan. SO.
1011 know my sentiments and cat
speak for mo. The promises vou make
will be fulfilled.
Alley then voted for Hermann.
Mr. Cooper returned Monday afternoon
from a Sunday visit to his home in Ben
ton county, and says ho nil!, after con
sulting his people as lie now has, bo
compelled to vote hereafter and continu
ally against Mr. Dolph. This is Mr.
Cooper's third somersault.
Representative Conn of l.ake county
appeared on the tlcorof the house a short
time Monday after .1 hard siece of la
srippe, whicn has kept him on his back
several days. He was heartily greeted
' by fellow-members and will ptobably
soon be regularly in his place. Repre
sentative Baker of Ianc is about well and
was full of business yesterday. Repre
sentative Scott of Linn, who has been
! sick since the session began, is improving
j nicely and may be out in a few day
Council ii'ieuting tonight.
St. Valentino's Day next Thursday.
Don't fail to attend tho llioatwr tonight.
Tho mask ball takes pluco o.ip week
from to night
Ed. Hancock of Elkton was visiting iu
Charles W. Davis wa3 in from Looking
Glass Inst Tuesday.
Morris Wobbcr camo in from tho Jones
Bettlomont last Tuesday with a lino lot of
Mrs. John Fullerton i-t making lut
slow progress towards a restoration to
John Tipton oi Looking Glass ws iu
town Tuesday, llo makes stock raising
his principal business.
Uncertain dug on Oak street was
chaiued up, it might ho moro socuro tor
residents up that way.
Who is Niece? Ho w the man that
keeps tho candy factory where thoy make
all thoso fino fresh candies.
J. C. Hall, ox-survoyor of Washington
county, was found drowned 111 tho rca-
tucca river a few days since.
It in reported that Hon. J. T. .Gregg
will Boon return from California to Ore
gon, and will make his liomo at Salem.
Herbert Condon, brother ot S. W.
Condon, who recently went to California,
will return to Eugeno in tho near future.
George Hoover of Olalla was in town
this week. Ho reports farmers in his vi
cinity busily engaged 111 plowing tor
James Richards of Stephens was in tho
city Wednesday. He is one of tlis tiolid
men of Douglas and auextansivo breeder
o! fine stock.
Keep your blood pure aud healthy
and you will not have rheumatism.
Hood's Sarsap.irilla gives the blood vi
tality aud richness.
J. W. Mullen returned from Salem
Tuesday night. Of course, he duly ap
preciates the senatorial squabble in
dulged in by the republican
Do not wear impermeable and tight
fitting hats that constrict the blood-vessels
of tho scalp. Use Hall's ilair Rc
nawcr occasionally, aud yon will not lo
The improvements recently under way
at this station by tho S. P. Co. havo
been completed, and we can now settle
down and await the dawn of a new era
when wo will probably get a new depot.
Jas. Morris, who resides in Cow-creek
canyon near tunnel G, was m lovwi this
week. Ho has discovered a quarts ledge
which prospects well, and he will do
some development work ujwu it during
the coming season.
WHAT IS YOUR INCOME?
Uncle Sam Desires to be Informed
as to the Amount.
Twenty-five days from dato income
tax statements urc due to bo 011 filo in
the ollico of tho collector of internal
revenue. If any person, firm or corpora
tion liablo to income tax has neglected lo
file u return of income, gains or profits of
the preceding year he, eho or it is liable
to a penulty of 5 per cent increase on
the tax if the government's agcutB aro
put to the trouble of momory-jogging.
There is 0110 thing about tho incorno tax
that has not, apparently, beon fully im
pressed yiipon the minds of the average
citizen, and that is that every man is his
own assessor. No official is delegated to
trot about from hou-io to iiouao with a
blanlt, like an assessor's deputy, looking
for people and property. On tho con
trary, the federal government takes a
haughty stand, and insists that people of
income shall call at its office for blanks
to fill out with a transcript of their year's
cashbook, and that they shall return a
check for 2 per cent of income exceeding
The method of procedure is juat tho
same as it is in the matter of internal
revenue tor liquor or tobacco license.
When a man goes into the liquor busi
ness or opens a cigar.factory or distillery,
it is not considered a part of the district
collector's business to go and notify hiiu
that tie must buy a string of coupons
twelvo months long before he can legally
Fet the bell of his cash register to ring
ing Still the man H obliged to pay
his tax (in advance), and if he does not
do it he is liable to punishment for viola
tion of tl.o revenue laws. Tho cases are
exactly similar. Anybody with an in
come of over $3,503 per annum, no mat
ter from what source, must call for a
blauk aud make a statement. Ho is
not liablo to income tax unless his net
receipts exceed ft.000, but statements
aro called for when he is sufficiently on
"Easv street" to have a fraction under
$300 per month drifting into his coffers.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ;
In regard to tho proposed improvement
of the Umpqna river from Scottshurg to
ElLton rapids, Captain Symons says it is
not feasible, because of the great cost,
the small local interests involved, and
the dearth of any particular public inter
est in the work. The river is navigable
for 25 miles forsmall steamers, !mt above
that it is entirely impracticable
symons says: "lne ueii ot the river js
generally of rocc, and tho average slope
is so great that it is entirely ont of the
question to improve the river by regular
izing it to convert it into a navigable
stream. The only method by which the
river ran ever be converted into a vater
commercial highway would be by putting
in a series of lecks aud dams, of which
Thir nm onto their iob at Niece's
candy factorv. If you know a good th" ;lhave he a large but unde-
thmg when yon see it, try those tine
! termined number, letwecn Scottsburg
REED HAS A PLAN.
A Temporary Expedient to Tide Over
the Present Distress.
Washington, Feb. 4. Calculations of
tho supporters and opponents of tho new
administration financial hill were upset
today by tho interjection of :i new factor
in the campaign. Reed of Maino, the
republican leader, brought forward a new
plan for which ho is endeavoring to en
Iht the entire strength of his party, and
which he will offer as a substitute for the
administration scheme if he thinks his
plan can command Kiifficient support to
mako it a factor in tho fight. There are
only two sections to the Reed plan, in
the form in which lie Iim submitted it to
his colleagues. The first proposes to re
strict the law of 1875, which authorizes
the secretary of the treasury to issue
bonds to redeem the greenbacks, to 3
per cent bonds. The seeor.d authorizes
the secretary of the treasury, when there
is a deficit, to issue certificates of in
debtedness to pay current expanses, tiie
'certificates to bo in sums of $25, $50 and
$100, and any multiples thereof, bearing
interest at 3 per cent and payable in
coin. The bill, as Reed explained it to
the republicans whose support besought,
is but a temporary expedient to tide over
the present distress. The substitution of
"coin" for the gold provisions of the
administration h espactocl to win for it
toleration if not support of the free sil
ver men who bitterly oppose all proposi
tion to discriminate by stipulation in any
bill' in favor of gold. It3 comparative
simplicity, it is expected, will commend
the bill to the house, in preference to
more complex plans.
Reed devoted himself assiduously
throughout the day to cloak room con
sultations witii republicans. He first
endeavored to elicit the opinion of gold
men and then tackled the silver men.
The measures of his success is difficlt to
estimate. The plan is to offer the bill as
a substitute for the administration bili,
and, by polling the solid republican vote,
while the democrats are divided on the
administration f ill, make it the most
formidable proposition iu the field, aud i
perhaps induce thedemoeratie opponents
of the administration bill to rally to its
Chairman Springer and his co lleasnes
have counted 011 roor. oi the republican
The carrying of concealed weapons
should be scouted at, and deprecated by
all peaceful and law abiding citizens, and
now that our legislature is in session,
every member thereof should give the
subject careful and etudious attention.
A trifling fino for the offense of carrying
concealed weapons does not seem to have
much effect upon the immorally dis
posed, and it should bo made a criminal
offense, pnnishablo by incarceration in
the penitentiary. This is a good time to
consider this matter. How often do we
hear of life being sacrificed by the hands
of an infuriated person, pistol in hand,
and drawing and firing at one with whom
at tho start he might havo had some
trifling dispute, when were he not armed
the difficulty might have resulted in a
slight breach of the peace. Time and
again do wo hear of two men having
been engaged in a quarrel, and then, one
in the heat of passion or under; the in
fluence of intoxicating drinks, draws his
pistol, and without thought of the conse
quences, pulls the trigger and launches
a soul into eternity. This would not
have happened had he been unarmed,
but being possessed of the deadly
weapon, death ensues, and then a trial
for murder comes up to our courts for
Some young men carry a pistol in their
hippeckets with a proud and lofty air,
pretending to be seriously courageous,
when the fact is they are arrant cowards,
lor no truly brave msn, a peaceful citi
zen, mixing in a community wants to
carry a deadly weapon to defend himself
from assault, for he breeds no contention,
fears no assault, and depends npon the
law to protect him in his lights and
property. Away with the pistol, let our
legislators enact a law embodying a .se
vere penalty for tlie carrying of con
cealed weapons. Safety.
m,i Vliiinmirmk" Tho hisinn- nf n-irK- votes tor the administration bill, and
fresh candies. You don t have to pav . . . ,.. -, ;,.tt... I hav. nronhpst.! that ii won!.! nolt ilmnt
any more for tkem than you do fur stale ,g lQ lhc dayg q Qk j the 2ame sapport that TO9 K;vcn le re.
Canutes. , 1, i,t f it.,. ..,n. ; nonl of tlin iMiri?hnin i-linsn nf Him
; cun supplies were brought to Ihe mouth j P83' - ",e
ot Albany c tho riyer aml tr3n;ported in small I Sherman act.
i steamers, one craf' making a trip as far
The ioilowim: statement made at at
public meeting in Portland last week is
is Hoe with some of the falsification in
cireciition and developed by 3 heated
sesaUrkl csmpaiea; "I am informed
(by a reosible geeUeman who knows
whereof be speaks 1 that Represeniatiye
Baker-was recently approached with an
oSer of $IS,OiO if be would come over
Burb Brockway and E. S. Elliott are
entitled to much credit for their efforts in
providing amusements for our pleasure
loving people during the past year.
While in charge of the opera house they!,
did all in their power to secure first-class
attractions ar.d they succeeded in making
the icsort mncb more popular than when
they took charge.
I soft and chewy.
It is certainly a new idea f jr the
speaker of the house to inform the mem-
;i 1 1. n 1 : - 1 nn 1 A
. . . . . , 1 t HUCIC IUCI Li SCIt LUUU IU
fwitn one otner vote h me gom-uug ...
. tt: -i. the best advantage
cay i In the supreme court Monday in the
j case of Aaron Rose vs. II. n ollenberg
I the respondent was civen nntil April to
senator. His aBSwer was
of the nobte dd soldier that he is : 'S.
Ib vocr master that IOiW.OOO cannot
bay my Tote. Since tben another anti
Doipb msn has been approached with
eOj3 for his vcte."
Death of Ed. Ruckle.
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Ruckle of this city received the sad news
of the death of their only son Ed, which
ccccrred last Friday at his ranch on
Salmon river, about 150 miles north of
Moscow, Idaho. The letter staled that
the cause ot his death was consumption,
but his grief-stricken parents can not be
lieve that scch was the cace, as when he
visited them two years ago he wa3 strong
and hearty and enjoying the best of
health. Had he lived until July 2 1 he
would have been 33 years old. Ed was
well known in this county, and his rela
tives have the deepest sympathy of their
xnanv friends in their sad affliction.
A Complete Garden Implement.
J. H. WhWsett has secured the state
right for McUatton's garden plow and
cultivator. It is to take the place of a
hoe, and by its use a man or boy can do
more work in o&e boor than a man with
a hoe can do in a day. It consists of a
bizh wheel, to which arc attached the
handles and plow. Everything can be
adjested to meet all requirements, and
by use of the large supporting wheel the
draft is greatly lightened and the imple
ment runs easily. This useful implement
has held the lead wherever introduced,
and it is everywhere appreciated by flor
ists, gardeners 2nd fruitgrowers. Mr.
Whitsett has not as yei decided as to
whether he will sell county rights or en
cage in the manufacture of the implement.
A spirited discussion was precipitated
by the bringing up cf a constitutional
amendment which was adopted by the
last legislature abrogating section 10.
article 11 of the constitution and substi
tuting one which limits the indebtedness
of counties, cities and school districts to
five percent of their assessed valuation.
The resolution was adopted and will go
Mr. and Mrs. O. Italstou
spent yesterday in Rweburg. Mr. Ral
ston is looting for a business location ( as Kosebt:rg. An appropriation to inl
and is well pleased with Roseburg. but . prove tI0 river wa3 soaile in iS71 but bc.
owing to the fact that there is not a ya-, fore ;t was 0xiendel the project was
1 i.... :. 1 ! . . . .
wai u'aiuuN i.u-in: in wi no -1 atmnuonetl. Kanroatis have since
I cidet: not to locate here. ; pie,l better tracsportation facilities than
Negotiation have been practically per- j could be afforded by river navigation, j
lino will be established between I'ortland ;and harbor bill next year provision for
and the Orient about May 1. The line ; improving the Umpqna or for a new pro
will be operated in coiinwrtion with tHe ' ject for Yaqnina bay. However, there is
Oregon Railway & Navigation Cro,any one new project that of .Nestucca river
and the Great Northern Railway Coin- ' aad bay. Captain Symons mnkes an
Accordingly, Reed's move
pverturns their calculations to a gre.it ox-tent.
: to the people to t.e voted upon as an
A young divino in California is attract- j amendment to the constitution.
log much attention by departing troni tne benator jlaxwell hai received
Death of Miss May Brown.
Word was received in this city that
3Iiss May Brown had died in Portland
yesterday ; aged 23 years, 9 montbB and
0 days. Sho had been in very poor
health for some time past, and a few
days since she was taken to Portland for
treatment. All that human skill could
do proved unavailing, and she finally
succumbed to the inevitable. 3Iiss
Broffn was a daughter of the late Thos.
Brown, and highly esteemed by a wide
circle of friends. She was a most es
timable young lady, and a sister of Geo.
31. Brown, prosecuting attorney of thi3
district, Dr. 3Iyra Brown, Miss Agnes
Brown and Frank and Thomas Brown, all
of hts place. Tho funeral will take
'place tomorrow at 1:30 p. m., at St.
George's Episcopal churh, Hey. Thos.
Neil Wilson officiating, interment will
be in Jlasonic cemetary. The many
friends of the family fcinccrely sympathize
with them in their sad affliction.
serve and file his brief.
Representative Sehlbrede's bill pro
hibiting tbc sale of intoxicating liquors
within one mile of the Soldiers' Home
has passed the house.
3. F. Barker went down to Salem Toes
day night, on business before the school
land commissioners. He w ill visit Port
land before returning borne.
Mrs. Lynne, a pupil of the late Prof.
Speranzi of Milan, Italy, gives vocal and
pianoforte lessons. Terms reasonable.
Residence at Mrs. Parties.
Ladies wrappers, a new line in Cash
mere, etc., Flannelletto aad Eiderdown ;
price from So cents and up. Call and
see them at the Novelty store.
I-ourtecn hrmsin san i-rancisco are
involved in the recent failure of l'ragcr
f Bros., of Portland. Hie total liabilities
! of the firm may reach $250,000.
Hon. E. G. Hnrsh and family are now
residing at 724 Hayes street, San Fran
cisoo, Cal., where their old-time friendi
of Roseburg are always welcome.
Miss Agner Applegate, granddaughter
of Charles Applegate, is in Roseburg on a
visit, after an absence of seven years.
She is a guest of Miss Ella Hill.
Churchill, Woolley & McKenrio ex
hibit a new model Winchester 33-55 and
32-40, 26-inch barrel, which they retail at
the low price of fourteen dollars.
The family of Representative Charles
A. Seblbredo of Douglas came to the
city Saturday afternoon to stay till the
end of the session. Salem Journal.
M. F. Rapp has been visiting Portland
during tho past week. Dr. F. R. Coff-
man has been attending to Mr. Rapp's
business during tho latter's absence
Karl's uiover Koot will purify your
Blood, clear your Complexion, regulate
your uoweio and make your head as
clear as a bell. 25c, 50c. and $1.00,
Shiloh's Cure, the great Cough and
Croup Cure, is in great demand. Pocket
size contains twenty-fiye, only 25 cents
Children love it. Sold by druggists.
Do not fail to call on Dr. Strange for
your dentistry ; in Marsters block, over
Richardson's music store. Fifteen years
successful experience in his profession.
y. T. Day after a visit with friends in
tho city of a week has relurnod to bis
home at Wilbur. In 1850 Mr. Day was
employed by Joel Palmer, superinten
dent of Indian affair, to gather tho Ump
qua Indians on a reservation in tho forks
of tho Umpqua and Calapooia, also lo
furnish them beef and flour. We will
give a sketch of bis labors.latter on
usual routine. Sunday night he gave
the women of Oakland a scoring for be
ing gossips, and said that many people
were injured by tho wagjing tongues ol
gossip, and reterreu to specmc cases.
Some people are of the opinion that
there is a good field for work of this kind
at Eugene and Grants Pass.
lne "records" ot some ol the mem
pany under traffic arrangement.
About 40 citizens of Pendleton, who ' nothing for the river
! estimate of $CO00 for work in the bay, but ! Snyder.
A Delightful Husical.
A musical was given at the residence
sup-1 of Mrs. W.T. WrfchtSitorJav afU-raoon
by her pupils, at which the following
programme was rendered:
Wal z, four hands Miss Bradlev, Mr?.
National League, Yawlu Lillian Wol-lenbcrg.
Flowers in Heaven, voial solo Collie
petition?; from Hillsboro republicans op
joing the election nf Dolph Tf icre are
petitions circulating all over the county
and 1500 to 2000 republicans will protest
against his voting for Dolph. Cut under
the present methods of tlecting senators
by promises of b-jodle or actual cash con-'
sideration, such expressions do not have
the weight thev should have.
A Catsop Factory.
A Portland man has received enough
joined tho "Ixrl Mystic Legion of i
America," are now wrry for it, and would 1
like to interview one W. D. Madicrn, the J
organiser who induced tbem to do so. encouragement at Hood River to start a
nnder false pretenses as thy claim, and, j -atup manufactory there. He expects
incidentally, to recover potMOMion of ; to contract with jiarties there for the to
some promissory notes. U is r.ot always j matoe plants, which will b-i furnished by
fun to le a "jiner." 1 the company to the farmers at $3 per
,Art r - i :it : 1
in the window otJackr,uw- rwiuirerwoui
IWt ( lhpr , laais. iuu ru 10 w ir-uu lor
Kinkd Maud Sheii-
store, if you
while manv tins
county's lone representative
duced upwards of 30 bills,
other members from the "cow counties"
are not far behind him. It is just such
work as that that prevents the legislative
body from accomplishing what little good
it could otherwise do.
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trl.nt von wint. unit ir.U am! tf.li will "" - " "
liarvc , - tod that irom 15 to '20 ton can ha rrown !
t in nrw ai-rav m !pnTj .
. 1. :...i r .1 ' un-bn an acre. Hie plants will he forced
...... .... nrni.i rnf fnri.li. nii!iiiTtHi nn Tin " -
Dnltih in tlie same iBiie. but lie is are- s
I -t..r 1 . t. r. shel ves of his store, and the astouishimr
- . 1 1. :t,i
- - . . . . T L ' A A :& r - . F - 1 1 .1' LTC LUItlJIlllllj J t I WW U4 LLU -3 t
bers of the legislature will be rattier I scon can uoop 11 up mr .eteiami anu . - , ' upon an acre
amusing. For instance, Josephine , "' mesaiue isauv, uu. no a ..- ...... , , . . . . ' alom: and be in bloom whun the time
has intro- publican pure and simple, because he is
vpar sunnortin-' lh caucus, von
t-nnw Of rnnr.f th IMnli mf.n an! .all i J3Ck wm Kve JOU
I 1 1 . 1 I 11 1
Simon imrti renuhlicana! Tim .'omo- a"u aJ1 "oueal ueal a" arounu.
Come and make Jack happy.
No Conclusion Yet.
Sax Fkaxcim-u, Feb. 5. Chief Arthur,
A Reverend Robber.
fhortly after noon, yesterday, a man
entered the First National bank of East
Portland and presenting a revolver in
the face of the cashier, E. T. Holgate,
who was alone in the bank, ordered
him to throw up his hands. Holgate
instantly complied with the request; tho
man then bound and gagged him and
started to empty the coin trays into a
sack, which he carried. At this juncture
the cashier of tho Citizens' Bank, just
across the street, who had seen tho oper
ation, rushed in with a shotgun and ar
rested the man who was afterwards
turned over to the iKjlice. Tho man
wore a long false beard, which, when re
moved, disclosed his identity. He
proved to be Rev. J. C. Reed, the Bap
tist minister who camo into notoriety
a few months ago by suddenly disap
pearing.aftcr leaving his clothes on the
river bank, to leave tho impression that
he was drowned. He afterwards turned
up nt Moline 111., where he claimed to
bo suffering from menial trouble
low prices at which he dispes of them.
a coo:l ileal, a fair
imon pure republicans: the uemo
cratic bankers who aro booming him '
just now are all rijht, but any man who
opposes him is a populist.
m. .. v, ! : . Ar r-i. ... '
-IMC ll'imuiiiuu tuitia ui u.cTqUU aii; . , ., , , . - . .
j uiuruuKiiiy uiuu ui i m; iu.iiiui-i iu nuii.ii .
things have been run in this state. They '
made a protest last June, and wor. '
They elected friends and servants' of the i
people to fill stato offic03. They com
menced the machinc-3inashing then.
They are keeping it up now. They will
not stop until the machine is destroyed.
comes for transplanting, and the toma
toes will begin to ripen about the first of
cers, left this city this morning for Sac
ramento, intending to hi absent for two
days. Yesterday he was in conference
with Superintendent Fillmore, of the
Southern Pacilie.'in regard to tins ques
tions now at issue between the eomjuny
and its engineers, but no conclusion was
esterday a Marion countv senator, it . , .....
., , ,, -., inlendent l illmore stated this morning,
is said, told a prominent business man
of Salem that while ho could not leave
Dolph, ho could not blamo men who
might desert him now. ihey haye
stood by the conference nominee and
shown their fidelity as long as it is really
necessary and until it loots as ttiougu
they will not bo ablo to elect their man.
Mcdford Monitor : The office of Archi
tect W. J. Bennet presents a lively ap
pearance, even this early in the season.
Three assistants are kept busy constantlv
on plans which are lieing prepared for
next summer's building. Mr. Hcimet
Gn-Js this a goo I business field and his j
courteous manner and reputation for ;
ability in his line is winning fjr him
both friends and patrons. A number of j I5uren Miunie Sheridan
substantial buildings aro being planned, j Recitation Frml Woller.berj;.
mostly business blocks. Charades, crokiuole and lunch.
I Carnival Walt:
Cast of Roses, Mery Hennie Lohr.
Angels Dreams, Ludovic Nita BearJ.
House Key Waltz, Mueller Mrs.
Flower Sons, Iinge William Currier.
Golden Dreams Julian Josephson.
Condor, Heller Graco Sheridan.
Flower Waltz Rosie Kirk.
II Trovatoro, Dorn Natalia Wollen
berg. SECOXt) FART.
Reading, Rnfinstein Miss Kidder.
Nocturne, Whistler Stella Hamilton.
Maiden Prayer. Badayuska Minnie
Au Revior, Lichuer LillieGilliland.
Reading Hannah Wo'.Ienbcrg.
William Tell, Dorn Minnie Sheridan.
Oaken Bucket, Blake Rosa Jcseph
son. Dream Life, Braiuard Ruth Hamil
ton. Vocal trio Maud Sheridan, Gerty
Sheridan and 'Beanie Lohr.
March Hongroisj, Kawalskt Gerty
Robin Redbreast, diiette Iw Van
A Visit to a Wood Camp.
We will relate to our fellow correspond
ents of tho PutxijEALSK tho accidents
and incidents of the delightml visit we
are haying at the "Dainty-Edith' wood
camp. The camp was named in honor
of the Misses Jenny Roberts and Edith
Destcy, and is five miles north of Glen
dalo in the big canyon. We came here
for rest and recreation, but soon found
ourself installed chef de cuisine of the
16x20 abode in which we are now writ
ing. We are expected to arisa at 5 a. m.
and '-get breakfast for the msn," after
which we can amnse oarself with the
preparation of the noon meal, and at 1 p.
m. we take the late papers and go to the
wood yard where we can seat oarsolf oo
the lovely pine boughs and read, or we
can roll the cuts down hill, which is
"endless pleasure" to U3, and some work
beside. We are in sight of the historic
bittle ground of Hungry Hill, and our
mind often reverts to tho sad scenes ot
those days that tried men's souls.
We think of the dangers aad privations
incurred by the men and women -who-lived
in this valley at that time. And
we ask how their great achievements
and self sacrifice have been rewarded?
There are only a few of them left to us,
and i: seems that they are turning their
faces away and looking beyond the stars
where they will soon join the majority
who have entered into their rest. Qcd
bless these noble ones. Let us cherish
and love them while wo may.
Again we gaze with silent admiration
on the surrounding mountains, on which
we behold a never ending sonrce of
wealth in the forests of pine and cedar in
which they are enveloped. Sons of toil
! yet nr.born shall hew them dow whon
they who are laboring here today shall
have passed beyond. On Saturday Mr.
aud Mrs.. Dewey were our goests to
lunch, also Mrs. Cordon aud her daugh
ter, Miss Lillie. On Monday we had a
delightfnl all-day visit fmtu Miss Anna.
Dewey add .Miss Rutii Rnliert. Of the
Dainty-Edith wood camp more anon.
To Whom it flay Concern.
In order to introduce our catalogue of
sheet music and music books, we make
this offer: To any person in Douglas
county sending us name, style,!. number
and price of piano or organ, .bought of
tbo Wiley B. Allen Music Co., since July
3, 1894, we will pay ?2 m shset music
and music books.
T. K. RiciiAnnsox,
All persons arc hereby uotiied to
mako immediato settlement .of their in
debtedness lo tho late firm of S. Marks
& Co. ; otherwise tho same "ill be placed
in hands for collection. Please give this
call prompt attention and thus avoid ad
ditional costs. Asin:n Mauks,
Administrator of Estate of S. Marks
Mask Ball Suits.
Leave orders at T. K. Richardson s
early or before Fcburary 1st, in order for
us to Eccurc them for you if possible.
Has ordered a largo shipment of Wash-
burue musical goods direct from tho
If you want tho best of dentistry go to
Dr. Strange and hayo it dono by an ex
pcricnccd and skillful dentist. All work
guaranteed and at very reasonablo prices,
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Itcwanl for
any case of Uatnrrh that cannot bo cured by
llail H uaiarrn uuru.
F. J. CHENEY A CO.. I'ronv.. Toledo. O
Wc tho undcrslcncd have known K. J.
Cheney for tbc last 15 yearn, and believe blm
perfectly bonorablo In all bunlness transaction
ana unanciaiif nuiu iu carry out any uuugu
tlnn miulft bv their firm.
West StTnUAX. Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O.
WALDINO, K1NNAN& J1AKVIN, WllOICSalO JJrtl
elutn. Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally, acting
directly upon tho blood and raucous surfaces of
the system. TrlcoTta. per bottle. Bold by all
Druggists. Testimonials irec.
Keeps over forty different
musical instruments constantly
Sells musical goods for less than Port
I'or ovt niij- Yuur.
An Old and Well-Tried Itcmedy.-Mr. Win
slow's dooming Syrup hits been used lr over
fifty years by millions of mothers for their
children while teething, with perfect micccss.
It soothes the child, softens the gums, ullays
all pain, cures wind colic, uud In tho bpU
remedy for diarrhoea. Is plcoint to tho taste.
Bold by Druggists In every part of the world.
Twenty-live cents a bottle. Its value Is incal
culable, lie suro and ask for Mrs. WInslow's
Soothing Syrup, aud take no other kind.
will be heM Thursday, after Chief Ar
thur's retura from Sacramento. Neither
the company or the engineers are at all
communicative as to the drift of the talk
which has already be m had, hut it is
generally understood that no far the in
terviews between Mr. Arthur and tho
railroad managers have been very pleas
ant and marked by so much of a disposi
tion toward concession on both sides as
leads to tho hope that the questions at
issue are likely to be soon settled amica
bly. It is understood that Chief Arthur's
present trip to Sacramento is being made
with the purpose of explaining the exact
situation to the engineers, with n view to
bring them into accord with his own ideas
of what is best to bo done. The chief's
I views, cverv ono knows to bo of a decul-
i edlv moderate and conservative charac
ter, and, if they an coincided in, there
is little doubt of an agreement beins:
Having made arrangements to go to
Medtord, p.trties having clothing nt the
Excelsior Steam Dye Works will plei!30
call for them before February 13th.
Four III;; Successes.
Having tho nruded merit to more than
make good all the advertising claimed for
them, the following four remedies havo
reached a pJicnomiiml sale. Dr. Kin
New Discovery, for consumption, Coughs
unit coins, each hottlo guaranteed Elec
tric Bitters, tho great remedy for Liver,
btomachaud Kidneys, lliicklen's Arnica
halve, the best in tho world, and I)r,
ivuiK - rtow i.ii3 mis, jwiiicii aro a per
iod pill. All thcpo remedies aro guaran
teed to do just what is claimed for them
uml tho dealer whoi-o namo is attached
herewith will be ghul to tell vou inoro of
them. Sold at A. V. Marsters & Co.'s
Teachers' Examination. 1
Notice is hereby given that for the
purpose of making an examination of al
tH-Tsous who may offer themselves as
caudidates for teachers of the sihocls of
this county, the county school superin
tendent thereof will hold a public exam
ination at Roseburg, Or., in the court
house, beginning at 1 o'clock, p. m.,
Wednesday, Foburary 13th, 1S95; also
recommendations will be issued ior State
certificates, and an examination held for
all teachers who aro eligible to a State or
Life diploma. .
Dated this the olst dav ot Januarv,
Jas. A. Uxdekwood, Sunt, oi School?.
. ISucUIimi'h Arnica, tialvc.
The Best Salve in the worid for Cuts,
Bruises, sores, L'Icers. Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chillbaius, Corns, and ail skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Pihv, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price23 cents per box. For sale at A.
C. Marsters cc Co.
All porsons indebted to C. K. Hill of
Roseburg aro nskod to call and jwy on or
before .March I, 1S9". By so doiug they
will save costs. This is the iast notice.
O. K. Hat..
m:ir clous licsnlts.
From a letter written by Rev. J. (ui,d
ennan, of Dimundale. Mich., we are ier
initted to make this extract: "I have no
hesitation in recorameudiuc Dr. Kinj:'?
New Discovery, as the results were al
most marvelous in the cas of my wife.
While L was pastor of the Baptist church
at Kives Junction she was brought down
with 1'iifumor.i.i sRc-eet!in Lit Grippo.
Terrible paroxisms oi couching would
last hours with little interruption and it
seemed as if he could not survive them.
A friend recmnuended Dr. King's New
Discovery ; it was quick in its worlf aud
highly sa'isfaciorv in resnlrs." Trial
bottles free at .I C, Musters & Co.'a
Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and $1.00.
Dr. Price's Crecm Baking Powtfer
AwirJed Gold Jlsiit JlUwiitcr Fiir. S.a. Fnatisco.
Bai'tist church corner ot Iine nml ftiu
streets. Sunday Service: Trenching, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Young People's Union, BSM juu.;
Mrs. G. X. Amies, rresldeut; Sunday School, W
c m.; James Chnmberlaiu, Suicrlutendeut
Prayer Meeting, Thursday cveniuj nt 7:3).
Ukv. U, N Axxem, l'astor.
Residence, No. S21 .Main Streot.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Forty Years the Standard.
MfrriioDter Chci-.cii corner ot Main ami lane
street.-. Sunday Service: I'renehintr, 11 a. sn,
iinit 7:: p.m.; Sabbath School, 10 a. m.j lr.
James l'.arr. Superintendent; Ctis4 Meetlns nt
close of tho morulnx scrvtoes Kpworth League
i":S0 p. in. Clara Hume, President. Prayer cet-
1ns, Thurl.iy, at 7:;'0 p. m.
X. ltUCKNKlt, I. I., P.l!,tor.
Parsonage, corner Main and I.am.
PRRsBYTi:r.i is aiuiu'ii-rorncr of Csim and
I!oc streets. Sunday sVrvUc: PuplUs worship,
It a.m. and 7:."W p. in.; Sabbath School, 10 a. m.;
V. l". S. C. K., 7 p. m. Trevor Midline. Wednes
day, 7:U0 p. m,
K. D. DiLwonni, Pastor.
ON TESTS OF
Analysis by tho Chief Chemist cf the Q. S. Agricultural
Dep't proves Dr. Price's to be superior in leavening- strength
and purity to all other powders.
(From Official lteeorda).
xDv. Price's Cream Baking Powder
The award of highest honors to
Ccb. in. per oz.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking: Powder
at tho World's Columbian Fair was tho rc5t3?r. of investigation
by the Government attthoriticr. and TcJi t.T experts in food
products, it stamps Dr. Price's r.s tf:v best znd strongest
baking powder ever oifered to the public.