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SEPTUM BKU 2, 1S95.
IUmist Ciicncu corner ol Lano ami Hos
ttmU. Sunday Service: Preaching, U a. w.
and 7:S0 p. ta.; Young IVople'i Uulou, 0:30 p.m.;
Mr. G. N. Anne, President; Sunday School, 10
c. tu.; Jainea Chamberlain, Supciiutvuiteul
ITaycrMcollnB, Thursday.cYcnlns at 7:S0.
Ukv. a. if. Anses, Pastor.
Residence, No. 82J Main Street.
Mcthomst CiiCECH-corncr ol Main and Lane
streets. Sunday Service: Preaching, XI a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath school, 10 a. m.; Dr.
James Barr. Superintendent; Class Meeting at
clow ol tho morning service; Epnrorth Lcaguo
6:S0 p. m. Clare Hume, Prc&Idcnt. Prayer Meet
ing, Thursday, at 7:30 p, m.
N. S. Wucknkr, 1). D Pastor.
Parsonage, corner Main and Lane.
(nunVTSr.uN Oiiuncn corner ol Cass and
Hose streets. Suuday Service: PupUo worship,
a.m. and"7S p. m.; Sabbath School, 10 a. m.;
V. P. S. C. K., 7 . m. Prayer Meeting, Wednes
day, 7 JO p. ra.
It. B. Dilwortii, Pastor.
Tiik V; C. T. U. will meet at the M. K,
church crvry Thursday evening until alter
State Couventlon. All members should be pres
ent at every meeting.
Thk Loyal TutrKOJiNCK Leoion will meet at
the M. K. Church Wednesday nt 3 p.m.
A. C. Bl'CKKKR. SupL
U. S. Department of Agriculture
KOSEBTK3, Ore., August S3, IsM.
Raeoxctkb 5s m- Peinc time SWH.
Maximum tcmivraturc, 77.
Minimum temperature. S6.
Kalntall lor the II hours ending 5 p. m., trace.
Total rale tall since 1st ol month, trace.
Average rainfall lor this month lor i7 years,
Total rainfall from Sept. 1, IS9I, to date, 2JJC
Average monthly rainfall from Sept. 1, 1S01, to
Accumulated deficiency from Sept. 1, 1XM, to
Arcraii precipitation for 17 wet scavjus
Tilo. Ginsj.v, Observer.
PoarUND, Or-, Angust it. 1S3J; 10 a. m.
Weather forecast for the next 31 hours, for
Roseburg and vicinity:
Saturday and Sunday, showers, and cooler.
PaiSCE. Local Forecast Official.
TbU morning ulwnt S:30 a fire was
discovered in the bath room of Mr.
Veatch'a residence in West Roseburg.
Mrs. VealcJi raised tho alarm, but as
Mr. Veatch being absent, and the other
men near by had also gone to ilieir
rarions daces ol business, no one re
sponded but Mrs. 11 U. Houston, who
flew to the rescue. The hose in the
house could not be made to work, so
Mrs. Houston ren back to her home
near by seixed filty "feet of hose and
jomped tho fence with it, ran in and at
taclied it to the hrdraut and tnrned on
the water and in a few ruinates had the
lire under .control before any men ap
peared on the ground.
Some good screaming was done on Ihe
ttart, but that, these brave woman found
was not equal to a Babcock or even a
Roseburg extinguisher; so they pro
ceeded to get a genuine move on them
selves and went to work with a cool cal
culation that muscles and brains ere
needed, and as is always the case in an
emergency with a woman, she is equal
to the occasion ; and in this case their
brayery and presence of mind averted
what might have been a calamity.
At no time of the rear is tho value of
the fruit evaporator better appreciated
.than during hot weather. The early
lruit ieei-3 poorly, and unless marketed
somewhat green can not be disposed of
before it decays. But with an evapora
tor on the farm the fruit can be evapo
rated when it is at its best, and it will
then be worth mora than can be got for
it by sending to sell on commission in
the city. The cost of an evaporator can
easily be saved by the sating of fruit in
a single season that would be wasted if it
were not used.
The Crescent in the Lead.
LAST WEEK'S SALES.
Mrs. X. G. W. Perkins, Myrtle Point.
J. E. Hunt, Oakland.
Anton Lau, Oakland.
Adam Castor, Rice Hill.
L. A. Martin. Wilbur.
V. K. Spoon, Brockway.
Cable & Riciiakdsos.
has just received a full lino of fall earn
Suits from f 16.00 upwards.
Tanta " 5.W "
Don't fail to. call and sco him before
leaving your ordrr clscwlierc.
Miltos B. H. Tonv,
Tho new buildings going up in Rose
burg, business houses and residences,
some alout completed and others in
course of speedy construction, gives ovi-
dence that our business men have Eomo
hopes of tbo future of our city. Money
may be scarce, but tho cry of hard limes
is not Bounding upon the car bo much as
one year ago. Every decade of years a
time oldcpreeaion occurs, which after a
brief season la dispelled by a renewed
business activity and cheering times.
NT. Day of Wilbur, jvbo has been
spending several weeks with bis danghtor
here, returned home Saturday.
Now is tho time to subscribe
Oysters at tho Kandy Kitchen.
Fresh oysters this oveulng nt tho
Born, August SO, to tho wife ot James
Dolnn, a daughter.
Miss Bollo Willis loft this momine on
tho local for Eugono.
Miss Echo Gaddis left on tho local
this morning for Salem.
Just Received at J. T. Bryan's. Kocor'a
firat-gradn silver-plated waro.
Smoked eye glasses at J. T. Brvan's
from 10 touts to 75 cents a pair.
Born, August 31st, to tho wifo of l J.
Connolly u daughter, and ull is well.
Four hundred and twenty registered
ut the Roieburg hotols tho past week.
Spectacles and oyo glasses in gold.
nickel and steel bovs at J. T. Bryan's.
Fresh oysters, tho Grat of tho season.
at tho Kandy Kitchen, Taylor & Wilson
Tomorrow night tho Readick troutw
will produce "Complications" for tho
Do you read. If so, try thu Daily
Orvgonian, only 15 cents a week. Sun
day included, 20 cents. -
Coryallis proper has only 1?J3 popula
tion, so says tho Times. Rosobnrg can
beat that nearly two times.
F. C. Dezendorf, attorney, and wife,
have returned from tho country and will
occupy H. S. French's cottage on Main
Now fall stock of goods Is now arriying
at tho now storo of J. Brooks. Ladies
will lako duo notice. See add in todays
Remember tho cojiedy tonight is
"Jerry the Outcast," with which will
bo introduced a number of songs and spe
cialties. Last Saturday Roseburg presented a
lively appearance. In taking a stroll wo
counted G7 toatns and vehicles from tho
country iu town.
"Complications," that most laughable
of comedies, will be produced by the
Readick-Carlton company at band ben
efit Tuesday night.
Bishop Wilson of tho Columbia Con
ference of M. E. Church South, will
preach at Rey. Crutchfield's church this
oveuiug, at usual hour.
Lucky No. 33 gets the watch this
time, held by Miss Lucy Buell of Look
ing Glara, daughlor of O. II. Buell.
The woman new may dare aud do,
And weild the pen and gavel ;
But the old man still must foot the bill
And keep on scratching gravel.
At the K. of P. band benefit Tuesday
night, at tho Roseburg Theater, tho
band will play tho selections played in
the contest at Grants Pass, and other
Talking with a man Saturday, recently
from Kansas, he expressed himself as
highlr pleased with Oregon, and says he,
I wish I had cou-e hear ten years ago,
I might have been worth something."
Lewis ilatney, a resident ol Indepen
dence who spent last week in Roseburg,
left Saturday on his wheel for Medford.
lie is looking around with an eyo to
business, and may possibly locate here.
Douglas county eaches are Ja great
luxury to the dwellers in the Willamette
valley, and weil they may be, for no
county in the state can compare with
Douglas in size and lusciousness of her
A. W. Miller, the accredited agent for
tho Oregon Industrial Exposition, is in
tho city today looking after the mineral
department and soliciting samples of
minerals, for exhibition next October at
Again today the youtli of Roseburg
take np' their line of march to tho temple
of knowledge. Prof. F. B. Hamlin and
his corps of assistants begin today Uieir
labors educational. District No. 4 is
tourtttnate in the engagement of an able
faculty of teachers, who enter upon their
work with renewed energy after several
weeks' vacation. Wo congratulate the
patrons of Ihe district upon the good
prospects for the coming school year.
Harry Gilvin, brakeman on tho north
bound freight, met with a serious acci
dent at Gtendale yesterday. The break
age of the air brako caused a sudden
stoppsgo of his car. Ho threw his hand
over tho drawhead to steady himself
while he leaned forward to look ahead,
when tho recoil of tho car forward struck
tho ends of his Angora over tho draw-
head and crushed them. He came on
to the city and Dr. Bradley amputated
tho fractured bones and Mr. Gilvin is
nllright, save tho tips of two fingers.
Rev. N. S. Buckner being indisposed,
Reverend Annes occupied the M. h
Church pulpit Sunday, and delivered a
most eloquent and impressive sermon
from John, Gth chapter, 2Sth and L'Oth
verses. "What shall I do to work the
workB of God," was the main and highly
important question. And tho answer,
"Believe in Him whom He hath sent,"
gave rise to an impressive lesson of what
constituted belief. It was not merely an
ascent of the mind, but nleoa determi
nation to co forward influenced by a
spirit to do tho will of God, and making
it manifest by faithful works, thereoy
attaining the end everlasting life. Tho
disconrso was listened to by all present
with marked and serious attention.
LIST OF CLAIHS ALLOWED
At the July Term, 1895, of County
E. II. Thrush, lumber $45 U5
A. W. Johnson, road work 25 00
O'eo. Mathews, road work 53 90
1. B. Nichols, lumber 17 00
Dunbar & Uorslino, luuiler ..... 41 55
Siuslaw Lumber Co., lumber . ... 25 00
Dayia-Auiblor-Merrill Co., lumber 17 00
Geo. W. Thompson, road work.... 39 15
W. A. Webber, bridgo work 20 00
ChaB. Anderson, road work 8 00
P. Benedick, coffin for pauper.... 17 50
Geo. Kohlhagon, meat for paupers 1 00
E. W. Kuykendall, colli 11 for
pauper 15 00
J. II. Hawkins, medical uttund-
anco 10 00
II. F, West, runt lor paupers 5 00
Irwin Hudson Co., stationery 15 00
Stuart it Thompson 7 50
Churchill, Woolloy & McKenzie,
Maupin it Nicholson, lumber 18 95
W. J. Clifton, work on court yard 75
Phivbo Kitchull, board of paticrs 31 50
J. M. West, road work 2 75
Isaac Johnson, care ot pauper 22 00
E. II. Fairfield, wood 15 00
A. J. Bellows, wood 32 50
Frank Gorslino, wood 2 00
D. O. McCIallou, meal for jurors. . 3,50
S. C. Rartrura, assessor of damages 12 50
M. C. Ruckle, assessor of damages 12 50
J. H. Wiles, nssosborof damages. . 12 50
Geo, W. Cutsforth. axeman 4 00
W. F. Briggs, surveyor 8 00
L. S. Shipley, lumber 21 00
O. H. Buell, J. P. reports G 00
T. J. Davis, J. P., drawing jury
list 3 00
Geo. A. Smilh, drawiug jury list. . 2 00
John Staudlcy, drawing jury list . . 2 Ol)
S. C. Bartrum, assessor of dam
ages 3 00
J. II. Wiles, assessor of damages . 3 00
F. A. McCall, assessor of damages 3 00
E. H. Pinkston, road viewer G 00
A. J. Dear, road viewer G 00
J. H. Batty, road viewer G 00
W. P. Heydon, surveyor. .' 22 20
Plaindealer Pub. Co., printing S3 70
Review Pub. Co., printing 10 80
J. F. Barker, Mdse IS 10
Thos. Strode, care of pauper 34 00
A. C. Marsters, Mdse IS Go
C. W. Whitcomb, medical services 15 00
J. L. Watson, taking testimony. 25 00
Frank Gorsliue, wood 2 00
Plaindealer Pub. Co., printing . . 2 50
SiearnsitChunowclh, Mdso 24 SO
''teams t Cheuoweth, Mdse S 75
C. W. Parks, Mdse 4 40
Jos. B. Carr, pauter 3 00
German American Ins. Co , iti-
Buruuce IS 10
A. C. Marks, livery hire and feed 22 00
R. 1 Mepheus. bridge work.... 4 50
Roseburg Water Co., water 20 00
Stearns A Cheuowelh, Mdso 30 00
M. F. Rapp, .Mdse G SO
M. F. Rapp, Mdse 12 15
Cooper Bros., lumber 13 15
Geo. Kruse, Mdsu 200
Frank Bigger, board for pauer. . 2 00
Fred PagoTustin, legal services. 53 45
Roburg Electric Co.. lights ... 10 10
J. M. Fletcher, drayage 1 50
G. M. Brown, rent 20 00
W. W. Canlwell, attornev fees . 40 00
L. S. Shipley, bridge work 3 00
V. S. Hamilton, Jldse 15 50
H. D. Graves, photos of prisoners ' 2 50
G. P. McNamee, bridge work. .. 5 25
Ad Harmon has been granted the ex
elusive right to sell spirituous liquors at
the race course during tho fair this
month. O. Lucas, proprietor of the soda
works, hai been grauteJ the exclusive
privilege for a confectionary bland at the
race track. This does not exclude others
fromlthc general exhibit grounds proper
Confectionery stands, eating houses, res
taurants, soda fountains, fruit stands,
etc., will bo allowed under tho rules laid
down in the catalogue.
Subscribe for tho Plain-dealer.
Colds.LaGnppe and all Affecliois
f thiThroat. Chest and Lungs.
mcnt in part parmcnt for i high crado Acmo
blcrclo. TtnlclJ ro semi them on approral. No
work done until tho blcrclo arrlTca and prOTCS
If bora or drls nrylr thcx ratut bo well recom
mended. Writs for particular.
ACME CYCLE COflPANY,
State Agricultural College.
Tho scientific cnulpmmt of this insti
tution is tho host in tho statu; 22 in
structors; 261 students; 209 graduates;
four courses of study, Agricultural,
Mechanical, Household Economy, and
Bachelor of Science; military training by
United Statefi officer ; society elevating;
surroundings healthful ; tuition absolutely
free; no incidental fee; expenses includ
ing clothing about $141 per school vear.
or further particulars address
John M. Bloss, President,
State Normal School,
First term begins September lUth.
Entire new faculty. Send for catalogue.
Louis Bahzkk, President.
Notice is hereby given that tho liens
uou mares aud colts taken by Honey
Bros, of Elktou for services of the stallion,
.Black Monarch, aro recorded in my
uamu with the county clerk of Douglas
county, aud that said lions must bo
tset'tled by paying Baine to mo by Seplein-
uor ist, or tney win bo lorecloseu.
W. R. Vinson.
Populist County Committee Meeting.
Notice is-hereby given that Ihe next
county quarterly meeting will be held in
3toseburg at ten o'clock a. ra., Saturday,
the 7th day of October, 1894. Precinct
committee please lake notice.
H. M. Mautlv,
Chairman County Committee.
Roseburg Soda Works.
I have leased I bo Roseburc Soda Works
and will put up a full line of carbonated
leverages and bar svruiw. which will
omparo favorably with anv in tho state.
Soliciting your patronage, I am,
lours itespectlullr, O. Lucas.
For Sale Cheap.
Ouo Schuttler 3! wagon nearly new.
also one bet of double work harness.
Inquire at this office.
For Sale or Rent.
The Palmer sawmill. For particulars
address. E. C. Palukk. Drain. Or.
miKOtlmu uautcrt or helo wanted ailrrrtiirnrnU
txicrtcd in Uii nluis tree of ekarae. tMkrr aili
of Are linn or let under (am head -5 eenU per
wm. tucM fsaauionai line ccnu per nunin. .10
eutrenuemcni latenjor leu man is centt.
rJOR SALE Old netrtpapcra. i3 tents per 10O.
Apply at I'lalnilcalcr oEcc.
Wmitt-tl to lixclinutc.
yANTEll TO EXCHANGE One 3 Inch and
...... ; .v. uam iiaj. .iniu,
lumber or nud. Both waroDt In good order.
CI1.VS. VANZILE, at Hone place.
JKA. B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
DEPUTY UISTUICT ATTORNEV.
Orricc; Taylor A Wilson Block, Rooms 7 and S,
Attorney at Law,
Rooms and 4
Tajlor & WiLun Block.
jg L. BRADLEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
Office Mour, I rum 11 to 3 r.M.
Tajlor A Vllon Brick. ROSEBURG.
J W. BENJAMIN,
Tarlor A Wlbon Block.
& DO YOU KKAL1ZK THAT THE MINION OF T1US ADVERTISEMENT IS TO INVITE YOUR PATRON AG K T
If you arc in a position
To do Business
Let the People Know it.
The little Special Notice aud the regular Business Ad
Make the Mighty Merchant aud his Patrons Glad,
The Plaindealer is read
Advertise in it. It will Pay.
g-W 1 1 K NY U U WANT QUOD JQll l'ltlNTIXU DONE. AND YOU SOMETIMES DO. YOU
Grain bags and twino for sale by Sol
Abraham, and the highest market price
in cash will bo paid by him for grain,
delivered at his warehouse at Roseburg.
A. C. HARSTERS & CO.,
OILS HND GLHSS
AND TOILET ARTICLES.
The Finishing Touch.
In putting the finishing
toucn to.vour toilet do voual-
ways see that your shoes are
in keeping with the rest of
your makeup? The shoes
may be better than the other
garments and still be appro
priate, but if they are not up
to the raiment in style and
quality the effect is unpleas
Mrs Grace Osburti's
fine line of Shoes stand on
their merits, is infinite in va
riety, excellent in quality,
and moderate in price.
OUT OF TOWN
? FOR SOMETHING FOREIGN!
the eager Public gathering in throngs
Leave their Business Orders where the Trade belongs
BEST JOB PRINTING
AT LOWEST RATES.
NEW FEED STORE,
CAYVLFIELD & CAWLFIELD
Ilavejust opened a first-class Feed Store a&4
bare on bond a large Invoice ol the beet
Rosebura; and Valley Flour, Baled Hay, Gmla
and Feed ol all kinds. All purcbaiei delivered
free. Cor.. Cass and Rose Street.
JAS. CALLAHAN, Propr.
WILL BE CONDUCTED STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
The Dining Room will be under In
personal supervision of Mr. Callahaa,
who will guarantee all old and new enf
tomers tho best tho market affords.
Come and see me.
KATIE CHURCHILL, Propr. '
Board and Lodging per week
Meals, 20 cents.
Beds, 20 cents..
A-ND HAND ALL
sells GOODS KLND8
I227 MAIS STREET.
CIVE ME A SHARE OF YOUR PAUWHACE
The Bureau Saloon
Formerly Merchants' Exchange.
Has Been Renovated and Fitted
Up In First-Class Style.
Ckoice Wines aid liqiars,
COnMODIOUS CLUB ROOrtS.
ACCOMMODATING BAR TENDEBS.
Give me a call. GREEN McKINNEV.
A. T. Thompson's
And get a Drink of
14 YEARS OLD.
213 Jackson Street.
JOHN McCURDV. Mixologist.
The Best Wines, Liquors
BEEH ON DRAUGHT.
Oak. Street, bet. Jackson & Roar,
If you have anything
You want to Sell
Let the People Know it.
The sure road to success
Through the Printing Office
SHOULD CONSULT THE M.AIXDKALKRgjgg
JJoy yonr cigars at the Roseleaf.