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THURSDAY. APRIL 11, 1895.
Butist Chcech corner ot Line and Itos
ttretts. Sunday Service: l'rcaehlng, U a. tn.
and 7:S0 p. m,: Vfenag People's Union. 6 -JO p.ra.;
Mrs. G. X. A tine's, President; Sunday School, 10
c ra.; James Chambsrlatn, Superintendent
frayer MceUnc. Thursday evening at "SO.
Rkv. Q. X. Axxxs, Pastor.
Residence No. S21 Main Ktn-t
1ttrs5DisfCHtJaca-orneroI Slain and tano
i.V4,tIfC- Sunday Service; PrcachlOB, 11 a. ra.
and 7:30 p. nv; Sabbath school, 10 a. tn.; Dr.
James But, Superintendent; Class Meeting at
t close ofthe raralnR sciricc; Epworth Lctguo
, e-J0p.m.Clar Hume, President, Prayer Meet
" Ins, Thursday, at 730 p. ra.
t X.'S. Bccksek, D. D.. Pastor.
Parsonage, corner Mala and Lane.
PaxsBYTEBiax CHCRCn-corncr o! Cass and
Rose streets. Sunday Service: PupUo worship,
i -'oi'P.a-; Sabbath School, 10 a.m.;
y:iS'C;B.;Tp.a. 'Prayer Meeting, tVedncs.
ay, 730 V. ra.
R. B. DawoRTH, Pastor.
Tus W. C. T. C. will meet at the M. K.
church every Thursday evening until after
State Convention.- AU members should be pres
ent at every meeting.
M. E. CHTKCIl. Soctii-Cttmpr Vhlnplnn
o.vjiurus precis, mvine services ai u a.
- m. and 7:S0p. m. every 2nd and 4th Sunday.
.bbaU) ?tio at 10 a. C V. Kirk, super-
IntcndenL :I preach at Edcnbowcr church at
3 p. lOisamcdays. At Oakland every 1st Sun
day, morning and evening. A t Calapooia every
Sunday morning at 11 a. m. and at Say's
school hosw at 3 p. m.
i i -. CscTcnnEU). P. C
- 'Keeps the Fischer and Vose pianos.
Keeps Chjt-kering - and
-:--ilg mnsrcal-soods for leas than Port
Keeps, oyerforty different .kinds of
'j'taoskal instruments constantly on hand.
fv - T. K.
Has ordered a large shipment of Wash
borne musical goods direct from the
Fir treed, - or 4 feet, delivered on
board cars at "Drain , at $2 per cord.
J. T. Bridges.
-. ,Sixjiojce building lots in FrnitTale
addition, 50x109 feet.
Price $20 each.
D. S. K. Bncr.
- At-Last They've Arrived.
".Thecew stock of shoes has just ar
rived from the exst and Oibnrn is pre
pared to famish yoa with shoes at most
reasonable prices. Examine his stock.
Eoccessor to Loots Langenberg.
Has fast received a large Hoe of ladies
'dress goods. We invite the public to
.call, and examine oar stock and prices.
We will cheerfully send samples and
prices to oar oat of town customer?.
Hone breeders take notice. J. C.
h Aiken triftaot take his imported ClyJes
t dale rtallica "Hawthorn" from bis farm.
-WjD 'Etxad at ?5, $10 and f 15. " Mares
- pMfrued and handled for (1-50 per
T&e pelton Water Hotor
Of capacities varying from 1 to 25 horse
. pcrsr affords the most convenient, eco
Boateal and reliable power- for all light
Berrice. One of these may be seen ran
stag! this office. Send for areolars.
The Peitoa "Water Wheel Co., 121 Main
EL, San Francisco, Cal.
"Liverine," manufactured by the An
chor S Chemical Co., the great Liver,
Kidney and Constipation core. An in
fallible remedy for all cnrable forms o
frwpf of those organs. The ere test
kficnrs -remedy for Indigestion. Try it.
For sale at M. F. Bapp'a drag store,
All persons are hereby notified to
raiJ& immediate settlement 'of their in-
debtedaeas to the late firm of S. Harks
& Co.; otherwise the same will be placed
in hands far collection. 'ETease give tnk
call prompt attention and thss avoid ad
ditionsl costs. Ashxb Masks,
ArWnktrator of Estate of S. Marks
Notice to Taxpayers.
Until May 15th my office will be kept
open until 8 o'clock p. m. each day to re-
Coarrty warrants will be taken until
that time fee Ihe county tax. All special
(exes' raest Depaid in cash. No war
rants taken, after May 15.
. . C.F.Cathcabt.
Hheriff and Tax Collector.
To Whom ft flay Concern.
In order to" introduce oor catalogue of
diaat THMifiaad music books, we make5
tha offer; To any person in Douglas
eoentr Beading as name, style, number
tn$ price of putney or.orgaa, bought of
the "Wiley B. AtfenMosic Co., tince J uly
a 1rU ( will oar $2msh;et musicr
asd music books.
T. K. RiciUBnsojf,
: NOTICE : TO STOCKHOLDERS.
rwtjuc Cntmtv Bulldlnc aud Loan
Stockholders are hereby notified that
l)M annual meeting oi iuc owvuu.--.w
at lis Douelas County Building and
Lewi Association will be held at the
coaacil room In city hall, in the city of
Bobarr. Douglas county, state of Ore
gon Wednesday. April 17th, 1895, at
7:30 9, ta. ot saia aay, ior iub
j i .t - ,ii
elecHBg seven aueews auu uiruu uur
inn tot the ensuing year, for the consid
emtioo, adoption or rejectfon of a resolu
tieiiiiStructing the board of directors to
Miespplemental articles of incorpora
Uob. providing for the increase of the cap
ital steak thereof for one hundred thou
nd dflJlara to two hundred thousand
dollars, said Increase of capital stock to
hflduaienited as the second eenei ot
.v f u!r! corooration. and for the
transaction of such other business
mv lecally come before the meeting.
n.i atBoseburir. Or., March 27, 1S93
M. F. Haw, Secretary.
, ,Dr. Price' Creaa Baking Powder
' World's Pair Hlgnwt Award.
at the opera
Today is the one hundred and first
day of the year.
Beat Japan lea at Allison's for forty
cents a pound.
Those Bed Cross washboards at Alli
son's for 45 cents.
- W. W. Myers ot Grants Pass was in
the city this week.
J. H. WhUtsett came in from Roberts
creek last Tuesday.
Clean, fresh candies made daily at
Niece's, cheap too.
J. B. McGee was in from Cottage
Grove last Toes lay.
William Thiel of Yoncalla was in the
city last Wednesday.
Mrs. David Moore is qnlte sick with a
severe attack of cold.
A. M. Marcellus of Oakl and was in
the city la;t Tuesday.
J, T. Galvin of Grants Pass was a
visitor here this week.
Buy your sugar ot Allison, he, gives
more than any one else.
T. J. Baxter of South Umpqua was
visiting in Roseburg this week.
S. J. Satherlin of Oakland was doing
butinets in the city this week.
G. J. Callahan of French Settlement
was in Roseburg last Tuesday.
M. L. Grimes of Looking Glass came
over from that city Wednesday.
Try those cream mint chews at Niece's
candy factory. They are delicious.
Don't overlook Niece's candy factory
when you want a box of nice candy.
Yes, times are hard, but Allison will
give yon five cans of tomatoes for fifty
The best Mocha and Java coffee at
Allison's for 3S cents 2 cents is worth
Some people know a good thing when
they see it. They get their candy at
Cabinet photos only flOO and $2.50
per dozen at Portland Photo tent until
You get as good a cigar a' Niece's for
5 cents as yon can get aay other place for
I. P. Gilmore of South Deer Creek gave
the Fuusdeaixb a pleasant business call
Birthday and private parties will find
fresh candies made daily at Niece's
Don t fail to see the Peak Sisters at
opera house one week from Friday eve
ning, April 16lh.
james Mcuarty's son received a se
vere strain in one of his legs Wednesday
while playing ball.
inurcniu, nooiiey & JlcKenzie are
having a grand display table fixed in
their show window.
You lean get clean, fresh candies at
Niece's just as cheap as ycu get the
swillis stuff around town.
Hon. P. Cooper is in the city today on
business. He is apprehensive the frost
last night has hurt the fruit.
If you are in need of any thing in the
hat line it. will pay you to examine the
we stock at Oaburn's new store.
Money is getting plentier, judging from
the way farmers exchanged five and
twenty dollar pieces for goods last week.
W.J. Walker of Forest Grove was in
the city Wednesday and left the same
day for the southern part of the county.
'All work at Portland Photo Gallerv
guaranteed falis factory or money re
funded. Cabinet photos 2.00 and $20
Cy Smith came in from his farm yes
terday. He reports that the late frost
has not injured the fruit in his neigh'
J. W. Jones recently from Malheur,
bet now a temporary resident on Rob
erts creek, was visiting in the city last
ine tfoseourg express men are on a
lorced jsinte in standing on tue corner
waiting for a job with poor prospects of
Wm. Tipton of East Umpqua is in the
city today. He reports that most of the
people in bis neighbor hood are down
with la grippe.
Every man having a beard should keep
it an even and natural color, and if it is
not so already,uee Buckingham's Dye
and appear tidy.
Allison carries the best brands of flour.
The "Jefferson," Myrtle Creek; Royal
Rose and Junction City. Delivered to
any part of the city free.
Miss Kate Buick is now in her new-
quarters, in the Douglas County Bank,
where the will dispatch your dispatches
with dispatch for the future,
Mrs. H. C: Stanton went to Yoncalla
Wednesday to take part in instituting a
Woman's Relief Corps in connection
with the G. A. R. Post at that point.
J. F. Rose came in from Myrtle Point
Wednesday. He says his two day'd ride
on the stage from that point was the
most fatiguing one he ever experienced
Why patronize traveling dentists when
Dr. Davis will do your dental work i
great deal cheaper and as good again
Call and get his prices and be convinced
Going! going! those 'shoes at Rich
ards Bra's. Racket Store that were
bought under sheriffs attachment and
arebsiuz sold positively at cost. Call
3Irs. bbarkey, the queen ot tue cu
Unary art, is exhibiting her skill at the
depot hotel. Epicures as well as com
mon feeders will soon learn where good
cooking may be found.
Did you know Allison would give you
2 pounds of Mocha and Java coffee for
45 cents. Well, be does. He buys at
discount, and his expenses aro light and
thus gives bis customers the benefit,
Hannibal Smith, mail agent on the
Weetsi'Je from Portland toCorvallis, has
been visiting bis father and friends in
the vUinity of Roseburg this week. He
spent Tuesday night with Thos. Hinkle,
McEvoy at Portland photo gallery op
posite tho post office will close business
in Roseburg, May 1st. So if you want
first class photos, cabinet size for $2.00
per dozen, call early.
Umrxiua Chapter No. 11 R. A. M., will
hold special meeting tonight. All mem
bers in good standing requested to at
tendimportant degree work is the
occasion for the convocation.
Who wants first class cabiuot photos
for $2.00 and $2.50 per dozen? If you
do call at gallery opposite the post office
before May 1st.
Our teporter called at a hou3e in town
with a high picket fence around it and
no gale for entrance. Ho was told that
the owner was fearful ot tho approach of
women and henco the picket fence, and
The third quarterly conference, Rose
burg and Oakland charge, will bo held at
tho M. E. church, south, in Roseburg
13th and 14th instant, Tho P. E. Rev.
H. S. Sbangle will be present.
J. A. CnUTCHV'IKLD, P. C.
There will bo preaching at tho Chris
tian church next Lord's day, morning
and evening. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all who desire to hear
word, to come and meet with us.
At the M. E. Church, Sunday tho 34th,
preaching in the morning. Easter Bong
and literary exercises by the Sabbath
school in the evening. Tuo Epworth
League .will meet at 4 o'clock Saturday
afternoon to decorate the church.
J. J. Webb has opened a second baud
store in tho old Floed building at. the
corner of Main and Washington streets.
Second hand goods ot all kinds will be
bought and sold, and the patronago of
tho public is respectfully solicited.
Fred Jones, John Decker and Chester
Wilkins chartered the upper deck of a
palace car for Portland last night. These
gents are great admirers of Oregon
scenery and henco wished an unob
structed view of its transcendent beau
Sunday, April 14th being Easter day,
Divine services will be held in St.
George's Episcopal church, Roseburg, at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Holy commun
ion will bo administered at 7:30 a. m.
and at tho close of the morning serrico.
Special service at 2:30 p. in. in connec
tion with the Sunday school.
Wayne Jones is special iarm agent for
I Vin t.1 mlinliln' f?intinnntftl Tnonrniii)
Company of New York, which has been
tested by passing through and paying all
of its losses in that great conflagration of
Chicago in 1S71, by which oyer one hun
dred companies equal to the State Insur
ance Company of Satem, Ore. failed.
A word to the wiso is sufficient.
For Sale. A good home of 1G0 acres,
12 miles from railroad ; 40 acres cleared ;
good water, small orchard in bearing,
plenty of small fruit; fair Oregon house
and barn; 4 horees, 3 cows and plenty of
farm machinery to ran the farm. For
prices and terms enquire of S. U. Hen
dricks at the Review office or of the
county surreyor at the court house.
An action to recover rent was op be
fore Justice Hamlin Wednesday. J. II.
Whitsett claimant and J. W. Jones, For
est Jones and Lew Jonea defendants.
The case is being argued on legal points
by W. W. Cardwell for plaintiff and
Brown byjA. M. Crawford, proxy and
Tustin lor defendant. Cite cubmitled
and taken under advisement bv the
Our reporter, while perambulating the
city in search of news yesterday, ob
served with much pleasure the many
beautiful residences and pleasant lawns
radiant with freshness in emerald green,
bespangled with, beautiful early bloom
ing nowers .luc:i lmlicates taste and a
lave of nature V vrorts. nottlierti mora
grandly displayed than in Roseburg,
the queen city o! the Pacific elope.
Superintendent Underwood came
from Oakland yesterday. From htm we
gleaged that Rev. A. Marcellus and the
Rev. H. Masser left Oakland for Med
ford to attend the Presbvtery at that
place, also that E. Henderson was quite
sick but was improving. Also that Al
Dean was the father of a bran new boy,
and that a social was given this week at
the residence of Mrs. Keansers, and that
business in Oakland was fair.
Albert G. Osburn, successor to Louis
Langenberg, is a natural born American
citizen, be speaks the American language
and conducts bis business in an Ameri
can way. Mr. Osbnrn carries a full line
of ladies' and gent's furnishing goods,
fancy goods, etc., besides a fine stock fo
shoes wnich have just arrived from the
East. Examine his stock; he will treat.
yoa well and will be glad to get ac- j
quainted with you as he expects to make
Roseburg his home in the future.
The Continental Insurance Company j
of New York has refused to join the new
Compact " entitled the board of Fire I
Underwriters of the Pacific, believing
that the board is not a benefit for the
people but for the insurance companies
in keeping up rates. This company has
the best financial standing and loss pay
ing record. It was tctled in the great
Chicago fire in 1871, paying svery dol
lar of its losses amounting to over two
million of dollars. lis record of almost
fifty years is prompt and liberal in the
settlement of all honest claims. Its
motto is for the interest ot the people a6
well as the company. You owe your
patronage to this company and should
see Wayne Jones, Agent, when you take
The Epworth League of the M. E.
church will give a dime social at the
residence ol Mrs. McKenzie tomorrow
(Friday) evening. A cordial invitation
to all. The following programme will be
Instrumental duct by Mieses Nilla and
Recitation, Burial of Moses, Master
Duet by Clare Godfrey and Edith
Instrumental solo, Edwin McKenzie.
Reading, by Addio Briggs.
Duet, Misses Burnside and Boutello.
Round, Chicago Street Cries.
The county Sunday school conve nlion
will convene at Roseburg on tho 27th
and 28tu ot April, iho morning ser
vice on April 27th will bo held at the
First Presbyterian church at 9 :30. It is
eaanestly desired that there ho n full
attendance of delegates from all tho Sun
day schools in tbo county.
Mabie A. Fust, Pres.
Al the house of Mrs. E. C. Lester on
Smith river, April 0th, Joseph Hunt and
Miss Ella B. Lysler, both ot Douglas
county, Rev. R. C. Blackwell, dfficia
Subscribe for tho Plaindealkb.
A. Salzman, tho reliable jowolor.
J.T. Bryan, tho Busy' Watchmaker.
L. Belflls, watchmaker, Rosoburg, Oio.
Go to tho Roseleaf for tho bast cigars
For it good 5-cont cigar call on Mrs.N.
For first-class dentistry go to Dr.1 Littol
Harness of all kinds at low prices" .at
G. W. Woodward's.
Eastern oysters on tho balf shell, at
tho Kandy Kttchon. .
Pure fresh candies manufactured at
tho Knudy Kitchon.
Prices on wall paper arc. just right at
Maratera' drug store.
Key West, imported and domestic
cigars at tho Roseleaf.
rUnbastino, kalsomino and white wash
at Marsters' drug store.
Old uew8pnpera at the PtAtNOEAr.EB
office, 25 cants per hundred,
1 yon don't see what you want osk
for it ut Maraters' drug store.
Tho latest novels only 10 cents each,
at Geo. Langeuberg'a newstand.
Pacific Coast and Eastern ojstors in
any stylo at tho Kandy Kitchen.
Hats! hat! hats! TholateBt. Where?
Just arrived at Oaburn's now store.
Myrtle Creek flour, only SO cents per
sack. Delivered freo. A. C. lloxix.
See steel wrought iron range add in
another column. Don't get humbugged.
Royal Roso and Myrtlo Creek Hour at
Johnston Grocery, delivered free of
Ilaynes, dentist, in Mark's
All kinds of dental work gnar-
For goaJ substantial blacksniithing
cheap, go to McKinney & Manning,
Laco curtains, window shades aud
porlierres, beautiful patterns at the Nov
Meals at all hours at tho Kand)
Kitcheu, southeast corner Taylor & Wil
son block. n
A large and choice selection of the
latest designs in wall paper at 'Marsters'
See now line ot mens, boys, and child
ren's hats at Osburns. Next door to
"Take one free," our lino ot hats are
about down to this level, call and eec,
Djn't forget that J. T. Bryan, the jew
eler, has established his shop at Strong's
Keady mixed paints iu all shades and
colors, and any size packages at Mars
ters' drug store.
Take your families to the McClallen
House. Mrs. McClallen will 6ee that
they are welt cared for.
Just take a look iu our show-window
today and see our line of hats in latest
shadesand styles, Novelty Store.
Protect yourself against cold and
pneumonia by wearing a chest protector.
Fine ones at Marsters' drag store.
Now is the time to spray your fruit
trees. Lime, sulphur and blue vitriol for .
that purpose at Marsters' drag store.
The Novelty Store is not selling gent's
furnishing goods at cost, but we sell tho
tejt fea ,ower tban any house in town
j Have you noticed (he side combs and 1
P i other hair orniments the ladies are wear-
j thev get them at the Novelty Store.
, Bring your job work to the Plaindeal
4 eu office. We are prepared to do the
i cheapest and best work south of Port
Just received at Boss store alarce ship-1
ment of men', boy's ano children's
clothing which will be sold at bedrock
Jrt Ahnlmm hnx arwntai .i.,.
azencv of Neauder. Perahinc & Co.. for
taVine nnW fnr tailor mailn niL of
Greatly reduced rates at the McClallen
Wn A. ,r 11 l-nnu- TtC. Mr.."15 """S "uvi u"
1 Clallen is a first clasi hotel
man. Otvc i
him a call.
A largo invoice oi nieu'.-t, boys and
children'e clothing at the Boss Store
I very cheap. Call and examine
Churchill, Woolley & McKenzio keep
the Beau, Gould, Buckeye and Meyers
spray pumps, aiso me lamous "ucu,JWCS Soiae printers ink Iwth now and
Jacket' force pump.
At the Boss Store a large shipment of!
men's, boy's and children's clothinc just j
received. Call and be convinced of the
bargains in these goodE.
Mra. Lynne, a pupil of the late Prof,
Snerann of Milan. Italy, cives vocal and
piano ft.rtc lessons. Terms rcasoiiablo.
Residence at Mrs. Parties.
If you don't waut to suffer with corn3
and bunions, have your boots and shoes
made at L. Langcnburg'B. Repairing
neatly and promptly done.
u you want me oesi oi uentwiry k vu
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penenceu anu bkuuui uemiai.
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guarauiceu ami iu r, rea.unau.u
Dr. F. W. Ilaynes has just retucnel
from the East and opeued dental parlors
in Mark's buildiug, where no win no
pleased to welcome persons desiring den
L. Langenburg is btill on top. He
carries a lull stock of choico music, mu
sical instruments, violin, guitars, accord
eons etc., violin strings of best quality
always on hand.
D. C. McClalleti has gooe back to tho
McClallen House. Everything is in first-
claw condition. Mrs. McClallen has
charge of tho kitchen and dining room.
Look out (or something good to eat.
Tho will be a mooting of tho Directors
of,the Second Southern Oregon Agricul
tural Association tho first .Monday in
May., A full attendance is desired.
F. A. McC.iM', Secy.
Those having seeoud hand stoves,
furniture, etc., for sale can receivo tho
highest cash price by calling upon N.
Rico, tho furniture and supply dealer,
221-23 JackKon utreot Roseburg, Or.
Olios. Curry of Rivorside canio up
Wednesday. Mr. Curry has ono hun
dred acres of Alfalfa clover. Ho expects
two crops this season. Alfalfa is proving
to bo tho thing for farmers in this sec
tion. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.
The Aphis' Home.
Tho following is from the Corvallis
Timos and will provo of greit inturest to
tho farming clasn ot this community:
'W. J. FairhankH whose farm in one
mile oist of Corvallis, has muioI the
grain aphis cut ot his winter quartern
He bad last. July a Held of when1 which
the aphis infested in great'numbure, and
m the autumn ho burned all tho stubble,
straw and rubbish on the Held hi tho
hope of ridding himself of I ho bugs.
While ho plowed this field last week lit
tle fungus like balls, resembling tho blue
plush of mold more than anything else,
thatknpt rolling out of the sod hb his
plow. turned it, attracted his attention.
Tho balls were in dimensions from the
size of a marblo to the biz 3 of a large
hen's egg, and insido tho first ono that
he o'poned a, score of aphis, all hugged
together in a bunch, Were discovered.
More of tho balls were opened, and the
number of bugB Ihey contained were
found to do from a dozen to 1C0. The
balls in noarly every case were found
three or four inches below ihosurfac'e of
the ground, and here is where the hiber
nating insects are speeding tho winter,
waiting for tho warm weather and for the
farmer's grain to grow. Mr. Wilbanks,
aftor ho had finished plowing the Held,
harrowed it thoroughly aud thus de
stroyed thousands of tho bugs, but with
what, avail remains to bo seen."
To the Editok: Whilst, mini-stera of
tho gospel may be conscientious in their
efibits to cause tho cessation of labor, and
tho closing of storc3 on the Sabbath day,
are tboy not a little culpable in Billing
their services on tho Sabbath day, which
is done morning and evening every Sab
bath by taking up a collection for the
same? Would it not bo better for them
to take up. their collections on week days,
thus avoiding all semblance of working
for pay on tho Sabbath? Please answer
through the I'lainuealeb. Citizen.
Tho Pi.AiKDB.uxr. does not wish to en
ter into a religious controversy, but,
since tho question has been propounded
by a church member, it will say as a
mailer of fact, it is a subject of common
remark that collecting church dues on
Snnday is practicing the very, thing the
preacher condemns amongst world's peo
ple. Christ is reported as saying, "First
cast the mote out of thine own eye, then
thou canst see clearly to cast Ihe beam
out of thy brother's eye."
Portland, Ore., April 0, 1805.
Editob Plai.vdealeb: While reading
your paper of 4th instant, yesterday, 1
saw an item referring to me as having a
large collection of coins, among them a
Roman coin ol tho j ear 1100 and silver
half dollars 1S2G and 1830. I wish to
make a correction. I once had what was
supposed to be a coin of 1100. but, which
afterwards proved to be no coin at all.
Have the others mentioned as well as
the U. S. silver half dollars of every year
from 1803 to 1S40, except 1815, all in fine
condition; the silver dollars of 1795,
1799, 1840 and 1871 and fine unusual
specimens of the 3, 5, 10, 15, 25, and 50
cents fractional currency, also the U. S.
gold dollars. Among tbo foreign are the
old oblong and oval silver coins of Japan,
South America 2 cent silver pieces, 20
j piastres gold of Turkey aud 5 francs cold
iui nance. u. .-. umuiir.
j Letter Carrier No. 1.
At the Theatre.
The Pat ton Dramitic Company have
been playing at the opera houio. since
Monday and will continue throughout
the week, including a grand matinee on
Saturday. The "Gold King," "A Noble
! Outcast" and "The Liehtning Rod Man"
t were produced Monday, Tuesdav and
Wednesday nights, aud ""Joshua Whit-
! comb" is billed for touight. Tne prices
of admission, 10, 20 and cents, should
i prove a dyawing card, even these dull
limes, and as tne company present an
' enlife change of programme each night
' 'hey ought to be greeted with crowded
houses. Senter Payton, the eccentric
; m"an. f Lucy and Vina Payton
aro A whole
Go and see them
Wollenbcrg & Abraham.
All arc familiar with the sons emlrac
in tfin nnrita ''Thorn a nn filar-a lilrn
Uqually familiar are becoming
the words, "there is no place like the
, Square Deal store to porchasa all kinds
( 0f jrv for jomeatie aj family pur-
then, is ueeu by all good business men,
for those who wish in wealth to rise,
their business they do advertise. For
t that reason WoIIenburgA Abraham ad
I vcttise, another reason w they sell goods
j cheap, and have such n run of custom
; hat they wish to extend to tho county
; al the opportunity for tho people to
1:0,1,0 ni1 bu Soods at their unpreced
ented low prices. Hurry along now be
fore the Wilson bill is repealed.
Notice to Contractors.
S'p.iIpiI hills will hfi rprjMVflil fnr nlinn.
. . huMine antl buildin- an d
Jitio,,. on tho Holel Medford. at Mp.L
fort) Oregon, according to plans and
SIH.cifita.jons to bo seen at the offico of
J A. M. Crawford, in Roseburg, Oregon
until .Saturday, April 20th, 1S95, at
which time the bids will i,e opened at
said Crawford's office. All bidders 'will
be required to furnish satisfactory refer
cnccaato.their ability, both financially
and as Vorkmen'to complete the work
ami i no successiui unnier win bo re
quired to nive bonds for the completion.
of the work in a good workman-like
manner. Dated April 10, lS'Jo.
J. T. C. Nash
McClalixx J. II. Dillard,
D. A. Paine, Eugene; (i. W.
Canyonville; J. P. Galvin, Grunts Pass
Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. McGee, Cottago
Van Houten C. H. Douden, Dillard
T. W. Whttaett, Deer Crook; E. Dixon
N. Umpqun; W. 15. Lamb, Wilbur;
J. Baxter, 8. Umpqua; W. A. Tove
Riddle; E. G. Trobrtdge, Cuius Valley
Ed Youug, Salem.
The Humble Herald.
A? jet nu fragile Kong birch tell
That gentle uprhiK Is cm her way;
Ami yet the fact wo know lull well
'The EoodoM Ih-kIiw to lay.
David Houston ot Goose Hollow whs
in towu Wednesday. He brought' no
feathers and but few geese. "Try it
Arbor Day Program.
Exercises opejt with prayer at 1:33
:-'on;i lv M-lii'ol Arhi.r Hay.
Rui'iia'ion by Dnight Berry.
Kfdiii'inu hy Evu llnwjrd.
Ki'iitation by l.ida K lly.
IiiKiiutnental music, Kduin McKenzie.
Coticert recitation hv class fmui fitth
Recitation, Clivo Willis.
Recitation, Laura Mullen.
Recitation, Stella Hamilton.
Concert recitiition by class from third
Recitation by Mamie McCurdy.
Recitation by Cole Burtis.
' Recitation by Clara McCoy.
Concert recitation by class from fourth
Recitation by Eddio C'offine.
Recitation by Veil Barker.
Recitation by Wayne Crutchfield.
Concert recitation by class from first
Recitation by Richard IfylanJ.
Recitation by Edith Wilson.
Salutation of flag by school.
Song by school, Columbia.
Address by Rev. J. A. Crutchfield.
Song by school, America.
Tree planting and exercises on
Closes In Ten Days.
Wasiilvqtox, April 10. The Japan-
China armistice closes in ten days, so it
anticipated by officials and diplomats
tbat'the final terms of peace must be
near at hand. It is stated, however, by
Coreans, that it is characteristic with
them not to meet an emergency until the
last day. The case is cited in which
Jspan gave Corea three months to acqui
esce in ceitain conditions. There was
no response until the day before the
three months expired, when Corea offi
cials appeared and stated the subject bad
been overlooked and more time was de
sired, which request, however was not
granted. It would not be surprising to
the officials if Li Hang Chang took the
full ten days before yielding to all the
Japanese demands. Reports that the
indemnity will be about 400,000;000 yen
coincides with the understanding here
that $200,000,000 would be the amount of
tho payment. Tho present rate of ex.
chango on a silver yen is 47 cents, so
that 400,000,000 silver yen would be $188,
000,000. CURE FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN.
he National Surgical Institue Pacific Branch,
310 Bush St., San Francisco
Successfully treats all cases of Orthope
dic Surgery, Diseases of the Spine, Hip
ami Knee Joints, Paralysis, Piles, Fistula,
Nasal Catarrh, Bow Legs, Knock Knees,
all Deformities and Chronic Diseases.
ineir success in treating these coses is
shownby thousands of references from
trustworthy people all over the country.
rereons naying amicteu children or
friends should convince themselves of
the excellent result of the system of
treatment by this Institute. One or
more of these surgeons will be at the
Hotel McCIallon, Roseburg, Monday,
April ZM. Une day to examine cases.
Send for circular. Reference may be
had to Henry Lander, Roseburg, E. G
Young, Oakland ; Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Smith, Oakland; J. II. Ray, Oakland;
H. McClallen, Roseburg, and hundreds
boot and shoe maker,
near the depot. -Mr. tubler is a hrst
class workman and guarantees hi3 work
to be of good material and a perfect fit to
all of his patrons. Webfooters, gentle
men and ladies of all classes are invited
to call on him and order a pair of boots or
ehoes made in the latest style, and Mr.
UiDter will nil that order with foot wear
that will ease their corns and enable
them to move about the streets with
springy and elastic step, conscious at the
same time, that their feet are encased in
shoes substantial, and that are made
by a No. 1 workman. Mr. Gibler can
always be found at his shop, awl and
hammer in hand, prepared to make for
you the daintiest slipper or a heavy pair
of cow bide boots. Gibler is no slouch
workman but an adept at his business in
all its various lines.
C. T. Grubbe was taking orders for the
"Home Physician" on Long Prairie,
few days since. Ho intends extending
bio canvassing down the river soon.
T. Maxfield and family were in town
Monday night, enroute to Schofield
creek, to engage in the dairy business.
Miss Fisher will take charge of tbis
school May 1st.
Several of the young ladies of Gardi
ner who have been attending the Drain
Academy, returned home recently.
W. G. Grubbe, had a horse killed ac-
cidently last week, by falling on the
horns ot a sick cow.
Roseburg Public School.
Following is the report for month end
ing April 5, 1S95:
Number of days school 20
Number of days attendance 040!
Number of days absence 77
Number of times tardy SO
Whole number on register 333
Average uumbcr belonging 359
Average daily attendanco. 320
Number withdrawn 36
Number neither absent nor tardy. . . 117
Percent, of attendance 90
Number of classes taught .10
Number of visitors '. . 54
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powdci
superior to all others.
London-, April !). ThoGlobo this after
noon, refering to tho decision of tho su
premo court of tho United States as to
tho constitutionality of tho income tax,
says: "Every man in this country will
regret that there is no eupromo court of
the American variety here. Nexer in
all tho loni; history of the English bench
havo they soared to the heights of liberty
reached by tho American judges yestor
day. It is quito impoisiblu to establish
such a tribunal here."
Cincinnati, April 10. StrikiugVloak
makers had u parade today and got sev
eral shops out on' tho lino of their march.
They now claim there are 3500 on a
strike. Tho pressors' union joined the
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
George AI. Brown.
Last Sunday was laid to rest the body
of Geo. M. Brown at the Soldiers' Home
in Roseburg, his comrades of the G. A.
R performing the funeral ceremonies,,
and N. S. Buckner officiating as clergy-
man. urown served in tue array of tho J
Potomic during the late rebellion. By
his death we are reminded that the old '
soldiers, who, fired with patriotic zeal, '
flew to the delense of their country, are i
T - 1 1 . 1 1 1- - 1 . I
fast being numbered with the silent ma
jority, that ere many, years elapse the
last of those grand old heroes will have
been consigned to mother earth, there to
await the eound of the trumpet that
airrnila triam in riea finrl efanrl in tYte
presence of the Redeemer of the world, Minnie Shnpe, Hallie Cloyd, Clara Mc
and receive the reward for their well f Coy, Elva Wimberly, Ora Perrv, Edith
spent life and heroic deeds in the cause
'of their country's salvation from a re
The hero lies still where the dnw-drop-
Like fond-weeping mourners lean
The lightnings may flash, the loud thun
ders rattle ;
He heeds not, he bears not,' he's free
from all pain.
He sleeps his last sleep ; he has fonght
his last battle ;
No sound van awake him to glory
again. S. S.
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so pure or so great In leav
ening power as the Royal.
The thirty days which Jack Abraham
advertised to sell his gent's furnishing
goods at cost has not yet 'expired, so
come along and take advantage of his
offer while you have the opportunity.
He has now a new and well selected
assortment of goods in his line of busi
ness. Fine shirts and collars, all in store
for sale from the lowest to tho highest
priced in the market. Underwear of all
descriptions, coarse and fine socks. A
fine lot of neglige shirt, as also a full
line of the best of dress shirts, and neck
ties to suit all tastes. Hats now at rer
duced cost prices. The people have
come to the conclusion that Jack means
what he says wnen he offers bis goods at
cost prices for the stipulated time. Jack
has as good a line of goods as can be
found anywhere South of Portland or
north of San Francisco. At cost until
the 26th of April, so come right along
and you will be satisfied that Jack will
fit you out in the best style and at prices
that defy competition.
State op Ohio, crrr or Toledo,
LCC1S COCSTr, i
Fuse i. Chxxxy makes oath that he is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheset &
Co., doin? business in the City of Toledo,
County and State aforesaid, and that said firm
will par tne sum at uB uu-miklu ltju
LAPwfi foii.each aud -every case of Catarhii
that cannot be cured by the use of Ball's
Catjlreu Cube. FKAXK J. CHEXEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in mv
presence, this Cth day of December, A. D., 1SSS.
'.V. V. GLEAS.OX,
Hall't Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and
acts directly on the blood and mncuos sur
faces ' of the svstem. Send for testimonial",
free. F.'J. CHENEY i CO., Toledo, O.
sold by Dnisjrfsts, , jc.
At the Baptist Church.
Nest Sunday, April 14th, services will
be an "Easter" sermon in the morning,
by the pastor, Rev. G. N. Annes ; in the
evening an "taster" concert, at tne
usual hours of service. A good pro -
gramme will be prepared for the occasion,
nr. Drlri'c Cmm RsVlnir Pnwder
Forty Years the Standard.
Cream Baking Powder
Highest Award and
California Midwinter Fair,
Medal and ' Diploma
World's Fair, Chicago,
A Triumphant March
i . from
Dr. PMce's Baking Powder
. . .
The manufacturers of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
ar gratified to'annotince a confirmation of the unprecedented
honors gained by. them at the World's Columbian Exposition.
At the recent California Midwinter International Exhibition
they received the Highest Award and Gold Medal for baking
powder bestowed at that splendid and highly successful fair.
The award in each case was due to
Proved Superiority in Quality
demonstrated on thorough analysis by expert chemists.
The official examination showed Dr. Price's to be strongest
in leavening power, pure in all ingredients and perfectly
wholesome. In evry particular it surpassed its competitors.
The awards were made unanimously by reliable juries.
These awards establish, permanently, on highest auth
ority. Dr. Price's as the
"Foremost Baking Powder in all the World."
ROLL OF HONOR.
For the Roseburg Public School for
Following is tho result of examination
in tbo Roseburg Public school for the
month ending April 5, 1B95:
High school department, eighth grade,
A class, rank first Ada Smith average
100; others above 00. Oscar Lindsey and
-r. . i
B class, rank one Neal McCall aver
age 100; others above 90, Robert Wilcox
and W. O. Marks.
Grammar department, seventh grade,
A class, rank one Delia, Brown average
97 ; others above 90, Luel a Kennedy,
Wilson, Lee Thornton, Edward Ellison,
Willie Currier, Fred Field, Louie Rizen
stein, Grace Smith. .
M class, rank one Irving Gibson av
erage 96; others dboveOO; Lucy Hunt
ley, Ore Buftis, Mildred Landets, Maude
Sixth grade; A class, rank one Eva
Howard average 93; others above 90,
Julian Josephson, George Wilcox, Daisy
Perkins, Tom McCarly, Reine Blackman,
Stella Hamilton, Vernon Patterson,
Hudson Eccleston, Lntie Sacrey, Silvia
Stearns, Rosa Hutchinson, Flossie Sham
brook and George Bichards.
B class, rans one Grace Genger aver
age 94; others above 00, Dee Howard,
Bronte Coffelt, Helen Willis, Ara Burtis
and Edgar Crutchfield.
Fifth grade, A clas-s, rank Dwigbt
Berry average 96; others above 90 Hattie
Linser, Harry Smith, Hallie Jones,
Myrtle Hansell, John Boyd, Roy Bellows,
Mary Schurnstien, Addie Sacrey, Lena
Thornton, EfEe Collins, Charley Har
mon, Frank McKenzie, ?dettie Strait and
B class, rank one Voluey Dixon aver
a;e95; others above 90, Arthur Sim
mons, Clarence Look, Ethel Evarts,
Maud Annes, Morten Austin, Minnie
Easton, Alice Malic and Joiin Vcatch.
Primary department, fonrth grade, A
class,rank one Besaie Kidder average
97; others above 90, Edith Backner,
Fred Brown, Charles Hesp, Hardy How
ard, Nannie Page, Arthur Tafft. Hannah
Wollenberg, Fred Wollenberg.
B close, rank one Lulu Clinedinest
average 94; othera above 90, Maude
Grooms, Alta Owen, Louise Pokct, Grace
King and Pearl Sanders.
Third grade, A clas3, ank one Eddie
Morris, average 98; others above 90, Es
ther TutTt, Agnes Grooms, Gertie Moore,
Alexander Cox, Walter Joeepnson,
Laura Mullen, Alvie Brnndidge, Hattie
Tolles, Reece Wright, Lester Webb,
Mabel Van Zile and Jessie Ffoofc.
B clas3, rank one John Tafft average
97; others above 90, Lyle Croxton, Alice
Sweeney, Frank Tustin, Else 'Benedick,
Ralph Petrequin, Florence Simmons,
Mary McGehehey, Ethel Shupe, Fred
Austin, Ralph Kearney,
Second grade, A class, rank one
Maud Bridges, Lidy Kelly, average 94.;
others above 90. Myrtle Reace, Loyd
Burtis, Eddie Hansell. Maude Cannon,
Earl Strong, Bessie Schaeffer.
B class, rank one Jay Woodruff av
erage 92; others aboye 90, Frank Kirk,
Edwin Thornton and Frank Chapman.
First grade Alice Sheridan, Dollie
Jackson, Floe Schaeffer, Merville Ken
yon, Roy Milton, Mand Webb, Agnes
Ralph Wollenhurg, Arthur
Sweeney, Kay I'etrequm, tinei fcnen-
(dan, May Moore, Beryl Stephens, James
i Easton, Caulfield White, Josie Van
.hasten, mine langenoerg, Milton
I Crntcbhchl, Uiyce uyars, tranlc Mc-
to the Pacific