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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1895)
rs tor th Jaded and fiooa
Health for all j&rakiut!.
iZiS VCGSTABS.U SHRSAPAKIUA.
oa. Joy 'a
Mood of nU
prevents tired fccl
as, staggering sen
of heart, rush of
blood to tbo head,
dizziness, ringing in
ear, spots before the
ojm, headache, bH
of bowels, pains o
tongoo coated, fool
orcath, pimples on
facs body and limb,
diar spells, faint
! Spells, cold, tliamr
feet and hands, sour
1 ""igs, latigue, m
; sor.nin, and all dia-
SEPTEMBER o. 1S95.
U. S; Department of Agriculture
K'iHTiy, Ore, feptesalvr 1, 1-X
Siuiims ' rdae time
ldna tcaiperalcre, L
Mliiimm tctaperctare. ii.
Ratefall fcr the 31 kotu ea&ag i p. iu, true
TeUl TataKOl stow tot at atk,-?l.
Average rstofatt ferttds aeath ier iT years,
Tslal ntafeB law Sept, L, lssi, to da, .:.
Aec3lawl omxm fm Sej. 2, to
Averrfc pnMtpiUrJaa for IS wet seasons
Taos. GitooN, Observer.
PCTti. Or, September i. W s.
Weiifeer foreewt tor the aest 2S boon,
Cetarc s.d vicinity
Ttmrviiy aad Friday, fair, cooler weather.
Statieearr lair, varsser.
Paocx. Local Fteeeut OSeial.
Oysters at the Eandv Kitchen.
W . Aternelby of Dara was in the citv
W.3I. Heaky of Portland fa at the
The city council meets ia regular hs
si on tonight.
A fine bogy horse for rale. Apply at
II. W. rfbsw of Portlaed vs tpjiiig
at the Van . H oaten.
W. M. .-bsrp oi Ilcreur, i refctcred
at the Van Hon ten toJay.
Just Received at J. T. Cryan'u, Kocer'a
firet-STade fTer-lsll ware.
Saeked eje gtaswa at J. T. IJryan's
from 19 ceatc to 73 eeats a pair.
Spectacles and eje gisae ia gold,
nickel end &tel bns at J. T. Brran's.
E. ilan, S. !!. Crary and W. W.
White oi I'ortbiati, were in the city yes
terdiy. W. JobnsoB and trHe and tiro cbildreu
of Grants I'asa are tttrfpias at the Van
Freb oysters, tke first of the season,
at the Kandy Kitchen, Tayfcsr & Wilson
II. F. Bargess and wife and 3Ii&i
Eliza Dickinson of Aulnins are at the
Mrs.S Confer and her-daughter Miss
Gertie of Portland, are kiting 3IrB. J.
C. FoUerton of this city.
The WeUiDS sistera "RiH 3 p pear at tbo
Eosebnrg theatre September &th, under
the aaspices of Itebekah Ledge.
"De only t'ing," "Said Unde Eben,
"dat some aen nebcer 'scoarased
ober am tryin ter lib xifoot wuh'kin'."
N'ow tee that joor blood is pcra. Good
health foHowa the nee of Hood'a Sarea
parilfa vhieh is the one great blood pur
ifier. Miss 3Iabe( Elliot, who baa been viait
inz here for tins iast vret-k , rotcrned to
her home in Portland on list night's
E. Da Gas, Physician and Surgeon,
office in Marstera' buiklia'. Calls in
toxn and country promptly answered
night or day.
Niece & Williatwfeon will open their
oyster jarlor and restaurant, Saturday,
where you can get fresh oysters in any
style and meals at all hours. At the
These will be a thank-offering service
at the M. E. church Sunday evening,
commencing at 7 30 to be conducted by
tlie women of the Missionary sociaty.
All arc invited.
Died, of pneumonia, at the family resi
dence st Glendale, Harry Edmund Mar
shall, the eldest eon of Ambrose and
Christine ilarehall, aged 9 years. 5
months and 30 days.
W. M. 3Iartin, a mutton buyer, has
started on a drive to California from
Lake county, with 9000 head of sheep.
He has divided them in to three bands
and will strike the railroad at Sissons
Sheep-growers of Crook county will
meet in Prineville September 7tb to or
ganize for the protection of their flocks
against coyotes and other predatory var
Taylor and Charles Kiek recently cut
down a bee tree near Yaquina, from
which 103 pounds of flne bonoy and 25
pounds of !eeswax were taken. They
know where there are two more honey
The funeral of John Gildereleevo took
place at 2 p. m. today. He was buried
in the masonic cemetery by the members
of that fraternity and was followed to his
last reeling place by e large concourse of
Wearo receiving staple goods now
suitable for the fall trade, including
boots and ehoes, which we are offering
at bedrock prices. Wo think wo aro
lealing as square aa our neighbors, and
certainly don't want but ono price for
our goods. Call on H. C. Stanton.
From Tuesday's Dally.
John N. Uobertb of Myrtlo Point is in
J. It. Mclleo of Cottngo Grove is nt thu
F. G. Younger of Cottaco Grove ttt
at the Van llouten.
Mrs. Servers of Cottage Grove was a
guest at the Van Houten yesterday.
H, C. Slocum has leen appointed re
ceiver in the suit of I. F. Rice vs. II. W.
Sunday there was quite n shower of
ram, but now it is about as dry aud the
smoke is iibout as thick as ever.
Dr. Pmrish of Monmouth was In ton
last week. Ho had been on Sixes river
attending to his mining interests.
Mrs. A. J. Richardson of Tacorua is in
the city on a visit to her son, T. K., and
will probably stay several months.
Mrs. M. A. Coy's youngest two chil
dren who have boon sick with typhoid
fever the past two weeks, are improving.
This morning Mrs Will Madison
started to Independeuco, to make a two
thrso week's visit among friends and
The S. P. Compauy are putting in a
new sido track S00 feet loni;, east of the
round houso. They will construct a new
passenger depot about 1945.
The Taylor A AVilson building is pro
gressing rapidly under the contractor's
perseverance. Pat don't let the
grow under his feet. '
Geo. W. Jones and family, of Rose
burg, who lias been on the "fast U nip-
qua river at the sheep ranch for several
weeks, has returned.
Assessor Sterling reports that there
must be froai 300 to 500 more people in
Roseburg now than there was when the
census was taken several months ago.
Johu Tfpton's son, near Looking
Glass, had the forefinger of his right
band amputated Ia Saturday. It was
tirst chopped ofT by but little sister with
Cawlfield & Cawltield have constructed
a new ?idt- walk iu front of their feed
and supply store on Cass street. It is a
little elevated, but keep 6ober and you'll
not stumble on nor oil" it.
Owen Huberts and Walter Cockle of
Independence, who have been on Sixes
river for two months, came into Rose
burg last Sunday, and returned to Inde
pendence ou the overland.
C. L. Hadley will open tonsorial par
lors at TOO Oak street between the mar
ble shops west of the Abrahams' build
ing. Charley is a good artist. Give
him a call for a clean shave.
Dropping a nickle in the slot of the
machine at the Roseleaf is a popular
pastime just now. From two to a hun
dred cigars can be obtained for a nickle,
if you strike the right combination.
A man may guy,
A man may lie,
And a man may puff aud blow ;
But he can't get trade
By sitting in the thado
Waiting for business to grjw.
If he's wise
At a special meeting of Rescue Hook
& Ladder Company held Monday night,
the company decided to cive a grand
uniform ball on the niht of September
19th, for the purpose of raising funds to
complete the payment on their new uni
forms just received. The boys look
stunning in their new clothes.
The Pl-msdeaixk is not giving much
attention nowadays to politics. It is not
the season for it. But just wait until
the watermelon season and potato bar
vest is over, then look out. In the
meantime keep your eye on Wm. Mc-
Kinlcy, of Ohio, for president and
Benger Hermann of Oregon, for congress.
Salem Statesman: The Oregon City
Enterprise is advocating a vehicle tax
to keep the roads in repair. It suggests
a dollar a year fur bicycles, a dollar and
a half for single buggies, and so on up to
large farm wagons. This might bo well
and the meet equitable way if we had
any roads to keep in repair. We ougbt
Gist to set ourselves to work to secure
roads, and then will come the question
of keeping them up, if. indeed, this is
not included in the scheme for getting
tlicm. As we have said before, the only
w?.y to secure good roads is to build
them to make a business and a science
From Wednesday" Daily.
S. C. Sliller of Dillard is in town today.
W. W. Cathcart came up from Drain
Willis Kramer of Myrtle Creek is in
the city today.
The Novelty store is receiving a lot of
new goods today.
Leonard Buell of Looking Glass was
in town this morning.
J. B. Ueald and son of Drain were at
the Van llouten yesterday.
John Bonevitz of Myrtle Point regis
tered at the Van Houten Tuesday.
The county court convened thiB morn
ing aud will be in session several days.
D. Loonev. tbo enterprising marble
man, 6larteu lor Bcoiiaonrg tuis morn
The total number of persons in Lake
county who aro able for military duty is
J. K. Bradley and N. E. Smith of
Seattle wero guests at the Van Houten
In Cuba the battles are won by the
first man who reaches tho telegrapl
office. Chicago-Times Herald.
It was trying to rain today, but up to
4 p. m. had not succeeded. In two
weeks it cau rain and not half Iry.
Commissioner Wilson and Judge
Stearns comprise the county court to
day, Commissiouer Maupm being ab-,
The geological survey party that oper
ated recently in Benton and Lincoln
counties has discontinued field work and
It is popularly supposed that lieu will
not live in Medical lake, but a lest has
proved tbo contrary, and it Is being
stocked with bass.
Two horses last week were caught in
the quicksandB in the edge of the Wil
lamette on Smith's island, and perished.
There were but seven or eight inches of
water, out tbo animals Bank in tho sands
until thoir bodies woro half-covored, and
Two bloomer-chv.1 youni; ladies on
horseback, riding on the streets of
Eugeue, nfter inan'H fashion, buvu
caused coutmlcnibo common!.
Tho city council and tho wvter com
pany had another round :il tho city hall
last night hut no conclusion was arrived
at regarding the water business.
Say, Chiinniio, conio down goin' to
have a bully lot o' fun." "What?"
'We've fed do go.it six sedlitz powders,
and now we're going to let 'ini drink."
Rev. Gilman Parker of Portland will
preach in the Baptist church next Sun
day night ut 7:o0. Mr. Parker iH one of
Portland's ablest preachers. All aio
"No," said tho girl to tho wrong young
man, "my new dress won't bo finished
in time, and mamma doesn't want mo to
go, anyway. I'm so sorry. Besides,
I'.n going with Mr. Joucs." New York
Tho ontertainiiiciil at the Roseburg
theater last night for the bene tit of tho
band was highly succeseful from u
musical and dramatic point of view, but
the atteudauco was light and tho net
receipts ditto. Better luck next time.
In the case of State of Oregon vs. Al-
lert Poole, a motion for cliango of venue
was argued lvfore Judge Fullerton yes
terday. The motion was denied. On
tiling loiid of $ 1000, with Willis Kramer
and F. M. Tipton as sureties, the pris
oner was released.
Mr. J. Walker of Polk county passed
through town today. He rcjHirts hops
are all the talk down there at this time.
The hojs of Polk he says promises a
large yield, but the prospect of much
money being made from them is not
very flattering. Mr. Walker was on his
way to the southern mines.
From Deputy Assessor Cole wo learn
the population of Calapooia precinct is
1040. and that of Oakland precinct is 719.
The city of Oakland contains 3'JG eopl?,
of which 1S5 are in Calapooia precinct
and 1S1 in Oakland precinct. Civil Bend
precinct has 475, Unqxpia precinct '325,
and Deer creek, outside of Roseburg city
Albany Democrat: Tho members of
the press of a city put all their energies
f oi Hi in supiKuting the institutions of a
city, both editorially and in practice.
The press is tho greatest factor of prog
ress in a city, and the members of the
press always know it, hence they are
sensitive uhen thev see business men
who do not advertise on account of dull
times investing in cheaj-john advertis
ing schemes introduced by itinerants.
State or Ohio, cttv or Toixoo.i
lccas coc.ntt, t
FciXK J. CUTEST maVesosth that he i the
senior partner oi the nnn oi t. J. iHtsif t
Co., doln: besinm in the t'llr of Toledo,
County and State aforesaid, and that aid firm
m par me tain oi u.ne liLMilitl) voir
LARs lor each anl cTcry c- ot Caticeii
that cannot be cored by the ae of Hi Li's
CUTitzii CCar- FKANK J. CHKXEV.
Strom to before me and labscribcil in mr
presence this 6th day of December, A. D., IV.
A. W. GLEAsO.V,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internaltr and
acts direcUy ou the blood and rauetHtf snr-
laces oi i no system, tvrxi tor testimonial,
free. F. J. CIIENKY & CO., Tuiedo. O.
sold by Dniisrbts.TSc.
The Fairs of Oregon.
First Southern Oregon District Agri
cultural Society, tjbe held at the Ceti
tral Point fair ground , commencing
Tuesday, October S, lS9j, and continu
ing five days.
Second Southern Oregon District Agri
cultural Society, to be held near Rote-
burg, Douglai county, commencing
Tuesday, September 17, IS:j, and con
tinuing fiye days.
First Eastern Oregon District Aricul-
taral Society, to L held at Baker City,
r i . - ,
Baker countv, commencing MonJav,
September 23, 1S95, and continuing six
Second Eastern Oregon District Agri
cultural Society, to be held at The
Dalles, Wasco county, commencing Fri
day, October 9, 1SV5, and continuing
Newbnrg will hold a four-day'd fair.
The dates are fixed for September lGtb,
17tb, IStb and 19th.
Oregon Slate Fair, Salem, Or., Sep
tember 25th to October 4th, inclusive.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powdei
superior to all others.
The Misses Webling of Ixuidon, as
sisted by Miss Kendrick', pianiste, grad
uate of the Roval Academv of Music,
will give ail entertainment at Roseburg
theatre, tinder the auspices of Rebekah
Lodge, Monday, September 9th. The
program is as follows :
Helen and Modus, Sheridan Kuonlus. selec
tion from Hunchback.
Kvcltsl, "The Jackdaw of Kheimt."
Roses! Kosci! A Dante of the Summer
The Tamlnz of the Shrew, fchakitpcarc. Act
II,, Scene I.
Song, "May I Have the Pleasure.''
An April Jest. Especially written by A. T,
Weston for the MIpcs Wealing.
Columbia-.! Patriotic Sictcli, (i. W. Calvert,
The ladies and their performances are
very highly spoken of by the press, aud
tbey will no doubt draw a full houso
Go and sec them, Prices of admission
50 and 25 ceuts.
The Crescent in the Lead.
LAST WKKS HALLS.
Mrs. N. G. W. Perkina, Myrtlo
J. E. Hunt, Oakland.
Anton Lau, Oakland.
Adam Castor, Rice Hill.
L. A. Martin, Wilbur.
W. E. Spoon, Brockway.
Caki.e & RiciiAitnsoN
has met received a full lino of lall eain-
Suits from $10.00 upwards.
Pants " $5.50
Don't fail to call aud see him before
leaving your ordr r elsewhere
Milton B. H. Toiiev,
Second year will open Septembor 2d
The academy includes a kindergarten
a grammar school and a college-fitting
school. Pupils may prepare for tho
second year In Princeton or Wollesley
Address: RosEiiuno Academy,
. Roseburg, Oregon
Probably tbo readora of tho Pi.ain-
Pealeii may still havo sorao iuterest in
tho sketches of travel wo had traced, and
will eontinuo with us until the end. Wo
pronoso to continue these sketches, in-
eluding our return to Oregon in the fall
of ISIS. Tho ruader will remember wo
left him ou tho bank of the Sacramento
optosito Ilenica, where u temporary
laundry was set up, to remove tho stains
of travel from our Hcauty wardrobes.
Wo left this point iu good spirits, think
ing our travel for a tiino would bo cuded.
Ono evening wo camped noar the resi
dence of u wealthy Spaniard and wo
wero in want of some fresh meat. While
wo were dickering with him trying to
make known our wauts, by sigus aud
incomprehensible languago to him, John
llidwell rodo up and saluted us iu n
most friendly manner, aud inquired,
"What arp you doing here? The lost
time I saw yon was on the other Bido of
the Rocky mountains." Suro enough,
live years prior to our meeting in Cali
fornia, bo had been teaching tho young
idea how to shoot in Platte county,
Missouri, to soma of tho parly there and
then assembled. This John Bidwcll
was tho distinguished candidate for tho
presidency on tho prohibition ticket at
our last national election. Ho was very
llueut in the Spanish languago, and
soon gave thu Spaniard to understand
who wo ivero and what we wanted.
That evening wo had a feast excelliug
any thing wo had partaken of since leav
iug tho oastcru states, and while nt feast-1
ing, Bidwell entertained us with tho j
most , lavish description of California'd j
beauties. Us adaption to llio wauts ot 1
man, and tho prospective position it
must attain to as one of tho states of tho
federal union. To ono of our party
whom llidwell highly esteemed, and
whoso children he had under his care
when a teacher, he otTercd a league
square of land on tbo Feather river if he
would go aud settle on it and make it
his future home, lint tho generous
oiler was declined, as tho ono to whom
tho proposition was made had a poor
opinion of that part of California, and
could not cotno to the conclusion to settle
down i-rmanently until by observation ' iiutiren love it. bod by Druggists,
and experience he found w hat ho sought If you want to see a nice selected
for when ne undertook tho hazardous ! elocfc of watches, clockB, jewelry, silver
trip from Oregon to California. I wans and optical goods, call at Salzman's.
On leaving the cauipabovo referred to, j Ho is always ready to show bis goods.
Bidwell accompanied Ms a few miles,' Just recrired our netc itock of raic hatt
giving advice aud directions how to pro- and thexs. Straw hats at 7 cents and
cecd ou to Santa Clara, and also gave us t up. Men's fine calf shoes at t.40 aud
a short nolo of introduction to the) up. Call aud see (hem at Richards Bros.'
English consul then residing there, and Racket Store.
which we afterwards found to be of
much va!u to us iu obtaining work and
receiving kind treatment from the
Spaniards, then highly excited ou the
consequences of tho war jast then term-,
iiutctl between the Tinted State and
Mexico. We arrived at Santa Clara the
let of July and camped near the Misjiou
buildiug, built of u-.lobo by thu Indians
under the superinteiidcncy of Ca'hohc
priesti, and which building had a ceme- i
tery of about two acres adjoining, in
which good Catholics had been intered
for 40 or 50 years, and in digging a new
grave, we have tnou more than one oc-1
cassion, teen the boucs of ono long since i Jackson street Roseburg, Or.
consigned to mother earth, thrown to Notice is hereby given to the public
the surface, aud then again shoveled iu j by the undersigned that I do not allow
with the body just deceased into Hie new : dead animals to bo buried on my prem
made jut. Wo were tendered the privi-' iscs, at Roseburg, Oregon, or garbage
ledge of haying our mortal remains in-1 dumped thereon or sand or gravel taken
tered there if wo would pay due obbcrv--; therefrom, unless the party taking sand
ance to tho digoataries of the church ; or gravel first contract with me for the
and became a willing member of the , right to so do.
same. He iiau no earnest desires lor
burial just at that time, and concluded
we would prefer a more tempting place1
for the repose of our bodies when our.
! earthly career was ended. We camped '
j as before remarked near this holiest of ;
slots, uftnc duly faithful, purchased a j
if ii r t -i .?
EmM allowance of wood wnh which to
make a fire and cook our supper.
We got some pears out oi the mission
nrliinl t On r 1st. BiMMIrmt CtlviVilc t . f
rjod fat beef, sotno watermelons and
four dozen eggs, we came near having ,
another feast. Wo were camped on the
uuuictiiru, uin imu uiiuiuk uuui ciuui
i - 1 1 . i '. i i- .
lil-l fl tl
"a u "nu 0'u" "
being lined.witti willow trees ine wiiote,
we were icasiing our eyes wero recaicu
by the eight of lovely Spauish women
riding up and down tho rood with their j
swarthy colored beaux, male and '
famitlo )wHi mnnnlml nn tin cinin linrtin '
l.nndmnli- ."...,r;mn,l ll.n n-omnn in
ww... ... .... w.. - - - ..w.w.,
the saddlo sideways, the man astraddlo
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- i i .1 i .- 1 1 winter goods, consisting in part of cloth
reins in hand guiding the evolutions oft. , b '. . .. : .
their spirited steeds. Twos a sight that !
won cur admiration.
Speaking of the ears, they were the
only fruit raised in California at that
time, with the exception of a few inferior
apples that were reserved especially for
tho priests in charge of tho mission, aud
woo be to him who dared partake of the
"forbidden fruit.'1 It was cause for deep
lenanco on the part of the offender and
for scoking absolution from him whose
laws had been violated.
This morning, August 29th, wo saw for
the first time in 13 years, one
the party at tho time of which we
write. It was Mrs. Alary Richards ol
Stephens, who was carried in the arms
of her mother Irom tho Willamette val-
loy to Santa Clara, crossing dangerons
streams aud ascending and descending
mountainous heights that would strike
with terror the hearts of many of our fair
daughters of tho present day. On cross
ing the Klamath river the water was up
half way tbe sides of the horaee, and tho
horso bearing tho precious burdeu
alluded to, swerved from tho straight
course, and waB beating down the fctream
caused by the rider bearing her weight
too much that way, when an old moun
taineer by the namo of Saxon, spurred
his mule, sprang from tho li.iiik, guided
him below- (ho drifting horso, led him to
the opposite bank, and thus iossibly
saved tho two frotn'a watery gravo. S.
What Will the Harvest Be?
The above is an important question,
and one tho solution of which involves
tho weal or woo of the Oregon fanner.
Another question of equal importance
is, where shall we go to lay in our sup
plies of clothing and dry goods? Tho
answer to the latter question might be
readily answered by saying, "Go to tho
Squaro Deal store of Wollenberg & Ab
raham, where are kept large supplies
Kuilablo for tho wants of all, and which
they will dispose of for greenbacks, gold
or silver, at very reasonable rates."
A reliable dealer, II. 0. Stanton.
A Sulzinau. the reliable Jewoler.
J. T. llryau, the Busy Watchmaker.
Ij. llellils, watchmaker, Roseburg, Ore.
For tirst-elano dentistry go to Dr. Littlo
Get Salztnnu'a latest price on grauito
Pure fresh candies, fruits &nd nuts ai
Ilarnoso of all kinds nt low prices at
G. W. Woodwurd'n.
Koy West, imported and domestic
cigars at tho RoBeleaf.
Myrtle Creek flour, only 80 cents per
sack. Delivered free. A. 0. Hoxik.
Blankets! Good quality at low prices;
ulso baby blankets at the Novelty Store.
Salzumn bcIIb his goods for cash. Buy
of him and you pay for no bad accounts.
For good substantial blacksmilhing
cheap, go to McKinney & Manning,
Seo now line of mens, boys, and child
ren's hats at Ostiums. Next door to
$ $ $ saved by trading under tbo
Racket Cash System at Richards Broth
ern' Racket Store.
Small profits and quick sales is the
principle of success. That's Jack Abra
liiitig your job work to tbo Pl unheal
kr oflico Wo aro prepared to do tbo
cheapest and best work south of Port-
What's tho uso of paying 25 cents
when you can get a good squaro meal for
15 cents. Stop at tho Central hotel and
If you don't waut to suffer with corns
aud bunions, have your boots and shoes
made at L. Langonburg's. Repairing
neatly and promptly done.
Karl's Clover Root will purify yonr
Blood aud clear your Complexion, regu
late your Bowels and make your bead as
clear as a bell. 25c, 50c and $1.00.
Shilo's Curo, thegreat Cough and Croup
Cure, is in grent den.and. Pocket size
cuutaius twenty-five, ouly 25 cents.
I- Laugonburg is still ou top. He
: carries a full stock of choice mu.-ic, mu-
sical instruments, violin, guitars, accord-
: eons etc.. violin KtriW nf iwint nnatitv
Ten cents saved is ten cents earned.
Save ten cents by stopping at the Cen
tral hotel. A good square meal for 15
ceuts, beds the same. Board and lodg-
ing ouly ?3.o0 per week.
Those having second
furniture, etc., for sale can receive the
highest cash price by calling upon N.
Rice, tho furniture and supply dealer,
tresspassers win to prosecuted ac-
cording to law. Aaron Rose,
Roseburg, Oregon, March 17th, 1S95.
The World's Fair Tests
showed do baking powder
so pure or so great in leav
ening power as the Royal.
First Mortgages on Improved Farm
Wo aro prepared to negotiate first
i mortgages upon improved farms iu Ore-
- . .-til. ,., , ..ir:
" " mi tiwicm panics a latu ui iu-
' terest not to exceed 9 per cent
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Address with stamp:
Baker City, Oregon.
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a inn and complete slock, ot Jail and
ing, lials and caps, ladies and gents
underwear, -a fine assortment of misses'
and childrens' shoes, gents' boots and
shoes in endless variety, dry goods, fancy
good 8 and dress goods, all of which are
offered at extremely low prices. They
aro determined not to bo undersold by
any mercantile house in Southern Ore
gon. Givo them a call.
Those who haye used Dr. King's New-
Discovery know its value and those who
havo not, havo now the opportunity to
'J itti v.nu uii mo autuiuceu liuk'
t,i. ;i "-ii .i i: ,i i.....
j , T-, it-.i.u pr(wv S,..l
. your name, and address to II. E. Buckleti
A lo., Chicago, and get a sample lox ol
i Ur- K,n8 8 New Lile, rills rrco, as well
as a copy of Guido to Health aud House-
iioui instructor, free. All ot which is
guaranteed to do you goil and cost you
nothing. A. C. MarBtore & Co.'s Drug
store. I'or over f'llty Ycn.ru.
An Old and Welt-Trled Remedy. Mrs. Win
Mow's Soothing Syrup has been used tor over
fllty years by millions of mothers for their
children while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes tho child, softens the gums, allays
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for dlarrhoua. Is pleasant to tho taste.
Sold by Druggists In every part ol tho world.
Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its valuo is incal
culable. Ho sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow'i
Soothing Syrup, and take, no other klud.
To the Public.
On aud after this'dato, I wish it under
stood that my terms for all undertaker's
goods aro cash with tho order. I find it
impossible to do business on a credit
basis, and belivo that I can do better by
my patrons and myself by selling strictly
for cash. P. Benedick, Undertaker.
Roseburg, Or., April 12, 1895.
To Stock Breeders.
Tho undersigned having purchased a
thoroughbred leisoy bull for stock breed
iug purposes, hereby aunounces that tie
will uo kept on his premlees, near
Masonic cemetery. Terms reasonable.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Forty Yean tbo Standard.
Prune drying ii upon us. Thb "stick
iest" time of, all tho year.
Mrs. Bell Frater returned to her home
at Rosubnrg the 3rd, after Heveml week'n
visit with ber ton Gcotge.
Mies Cuudico Dil'.itil iti! V. nliam
Cobb ot Dillard attended :Iiurch here
Mrs. Jennie Crosby and children haye
returned to Medford.
Stilly Riddle and Mr. Brilt are deliv
ering prunos at A. Riddle's dryer.
Stily Riddle will soon havo his own dryer
ready for bis crop.
William Sebring shipped t carload of
watermelons this week.
It is reported that G. K. Quine has
sold his trotter, Echo T., to Mr. Harry
Ball for $250.
Mr. Frielnnd Ctrnutt has moved his
family back to Riddle to live.
Wyatt Cornutt will enter tho Normal
School at Ashland this winter.
Mrs Merriam and family aud Miss
Ella Wilson are all camped at Mr. Mer
ria m's mines in the canyon enjoying
Mrs. Harry Ball returned to her home
atTaconia the 3rd, after a pleasaut visit
with her husband.
George R. Riddle iu homo from his
month's visit at Crescnt City.
Hon. Dinger Hermann passed through
our town recently on hia way to look up
the needs of the county.
Tons of oats are being shipped to
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Henderson have
a little daughter added to their family.
Tbo fishing eeason is about to begiu.
It is to be hoped the catch will come up
E. H. Buchard went to Gardiner last
S. McRoberts has retutued to this sec
tion to visit his friends of former years.
Mrs. Rosa Arriugton aud Miss Belle
Wade wero visiting in this vicinity re
Miss Belle Wade will leach a short
term of school in the Long Prairie dis
trict In about a month,
There will be u dance in (iruMie's hop
bouse on the evening of the Gth, with an
K. W. JOY CuXPASV (ienllemell. I lisrn
Just completed the second bottle of your Vesc-
laoie tarsapaliua. I have had Catarrh for
years tthich alTectcd my eyes, hearing and
stomach. Frequently would have dull head
ache for days at a time. Since taking your
remedy i riavcieit no disagreeable symptom.
Trustlni you wiU i.ublili this as 1 want any
one suffering from any of the above symptoms
t V. . WKnA...ut it:... 11 . .
w wucuucii. jviuui rcini me mo more
bottles by rctnrn expre.. (Signed)
MR. FREDERICK DE RICHMOND.
Every mall brines a new batch of tntimnn-
ials for Joy's Vegetable S'arsaparilla.
Freight Traffic is Heavy.
Perhaps about the best criterion of the
approach of good limes again Is offered
by the Great Northern in the enormous
increase of its freight business. The
amount of merchandise which is being
shipped West over tho road Is unprece
dented at this time of year, according to
the statements of theoUiciaW. The com
pany is calling in all its available rolling
stock and is apprehensive that the eut-
ply of cars will fall short of the demand.
"It is nothing new," said W..I. Evans,
assistant general freight agent, last week
in St. Paul, "to have a shortage of cars
for grain shipments, cast, but merchan
dise west never had such a run as it has
now. Look at the outlook," he contin
ued, painting to tho long line of waiting
drays. "Wo will have tho very best fall
we have had for years, not excepting the
boom' years. It's a pity a Iitlle of that
could not have been distributed through j
the dull seasons we hive passed through ;
but just now we have an avalanche cf
merchandise trausor(atiou to the West
that I cannot recall the equal of. The
times are riot ouly improving; they have
got beyond our most sanguiue. expecta
tions." Inquiry at tho freight house elicited
the information that the shipments West
were staple merchandise, groceries, dry
goods, etc., and the master freight man.
who has been thero for 20 years, says
that lie hasn't seen the liko of it iu his
experience Other roads, also, report
The FlrmDn's Contest
Vancouver.. Wash., Sept.
forenoon tho dry-test contest was won by
tbe Oregou City team, though it made
the slowest time, 49 econds, the other
three teams being thrown out fur not
having the required number of threads
on the nozzle, otherwise the Astoria
team would have ticen the winner in -lt
seconds, with Tho Dalles team a iloee
second, by two fifths of a second. J
The hub-aud-huh contact waa wou by (
Astoria, time 23 4-5 eccouds ; Tho Dalles
second, lime 24 1-5 seconds. The attend
ance was small, owing to threatening
In a leading article the London Globe
expresses the opinion that the German
celebration endangers the peace -of
Europe. The tone of the Berlin papers
has been offensive and such as to need
lessly wound the feelings of the French
people. The emperor has allowed him
self to use language which is at least
capable of being misunderstood. While
the Globe does not believe that the
emperor desires war, his utterances, it
is said, are assuredly not such as to
Many farmers, while the price was lli 1
cents let go quantities of iheir wheal, j
Tho Benton Mills have already pur-1
chased about $30,000 bushels, the C01-'
yallis mills aa much or tnuie, W. A. ,
Wells 10,000, James A. Cauthorn 3,100
and Thomas Samuels several thousand. I
In eonsequeneo a largo amount of money
is in circulation. Times. '
Mr. Anderson, of Forest Grove, has
been offered $-000 for his crop of primes
and pluuiH, to be deliyeied ut the depot,
tho buyer to pick and dry tho ciop. It
is estimated his grapes will bring bim ,
Labor day was observed by the bank-'
era and capitalists and some of the
wholesale merchants and most of the
high-salaried public officials. Tho
hard-handed workinginen had neither 1
time nor money for it. Oregonian. 1
Tbe democracy of Pennsylvania has
split square in two ou the free silver
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
NOTES OF INTEREST.
Buy yodr cig ira at the Ro3oleaf.
Wood taken on subscription at this
Fresh oysters this evening at the
A cottage to rent. Inquire at this ollico
or of owner at 405 Washington Btrcet.
Daily Oregonian only 15 cents a week.
Leave orders at City News Stand.
Wanted A second hand buggy. Ap
ply to G. W. Rapp at People's grocery.
For dress goods, clothing, hats, boots
and shoes call on Wollenberg & Abra
ham. Daily and Sunday Oregonian, reduced
to 20 cents a week. Delivered at your
Everybody ia pleased who buy their
jewelry and have their watches repaired
Beer at the Roseburg brewery ten
cents per quart, fifteeu cents per pitcher.
Free lunch of all kinds.
Do you read. If so, try the Daily
Oregonian, only 15 cents a week. Sun
day included, 20 cents.
For choice family groceries, call at the
People's grocerj'f corner of Cass and
Pine street, G. W. Rapp's.
Remember that cheap watch work is
very expensive. Salzmau does good
watch work at lowest prices.
For a good hat, stylish and cheap, call
on Wollenberg fc Abraham, whoso stock
embraces all grades of head gear.
Du. Sawyer's Family ccee invigorates,
strengthen', recuiicrates, rebuilds, restores and
bringi new life. Ask your druggist for a free
sample. Sold by A. C Marstcrs A Co.
For fresh fruits, nuts and candies,
good tobacco and cigars, call on G. W.
Rapp, People's grocery, corner of Cass
Diseases unfriendly to women are losilively
cured by Dr. Sawyer's PastiUcs. Ask your drug-
guts lor a irec sample package,
cures. Sold by A. C. Marstcrs & Co.
Slow Jerry, the reliable jeweler, has
just received a large invoice of spectacles
and eye glasses. Give him a call and ex
All parties desiring first-clats lumb;r,
sash, mouldings, window frames and
door frames, fruit boxes, etc., at lowest
cash prices, call at Bear Creek milhr.
C. A. Briggs.
Exir!cnce and money cannot imDrove Da
Sawyer's Family Ccbes, becaue it radically
cure Dysjiepsia, Liver complaint and Kidney
difficulty. Sold by A. C. Marstcrs Co.
Dr. R. W. Benjamin bos opened den
tal rooms iu tbe Taylor & Wilson block,
room 10, where be is now prepared to do
first-class dental work.
Ladies Dr. Sawyer s Pastilles are effectual for
female weakness pain on top of the head and
lower part of tbe back. It strengthens and
cures. Sold by A. C. Marsters 4 Co.
I have several hnudred nice red cedar
posts fur sale at three and one-half cents
a piece. W. R. Wells.
Olalla, Or., Aug. 3, 1S95.
Children with uale. bluiab romnleiious. in
dicating the absence of the requisite red globules
in the blood should take Dr. sawyer's Ukatinc.
Sold by A. C. Marsters Co.
Call on the J. G. Floos. Co. for
on their up to date berry crates.
;ofEugar pine, neat and durable.
'the thing to get your bcrrioi to market
iu first-class condition.
Dr. A. 1. Sawyer: I have had Rheumathm
since I was a years old, but since using your
Family Cures have been free from it. It also
cuietl my husband of the same disease.
Mrs. Robt. Connelly,
Sold by A. C. Marstcrs Co.
" Dr. F. W. Haynes Los just returned
from the East and opened dental p3rlors
in Mark's building, where be will be
pleaeed to welcome persons desiring den
l'ale. thin, 'oloudlcss people should use Dr.
Sawyer's I'satiue. It is the greatest remedy in
the world for making the weak strong. Sold bv
A. C. Marstcrs A-Co.
For a good 5-cent cigar call ou Mrs.N.
Subscribe for the Daily Plaindealer.
It is the only live paper in Southern Or
egon. It furnishes the latest news up to
Dr. A. P. Sawyer.
Sir. -After suffering four years with female
weakness I was puruaded by a friend to trv
vour Pastilles, ami afti-r iiiinir "them one vrar. 1
! ean say I am entirely well. I can not "recom-
1 menu litem to uigniy. .Mrs. 31. s. BrooK.
lironson. UetlicI Branch Co., Midi.
Sold by A. C. Marstcrs & Co.
Tho J. G. Flook-Co. is prepared to do
any kind of mill work at tho lowest liv
ing rates, and those who are preparing
to build should consult them. They can
save von moiuv.
Card of Thanks.
We acknowledge our deep obligators
to the many friends who rendered us so
much assistance and expressed for us
such loving sympathy during the illness
, and death of our , little ron Harry,
i Also we return many thanks for the
beautiful flowers which wero placed by
tiiepi upon his casket.
Mu. and Mus. Amgucse Marshall.
I11 the matter of letting contract to
! run the Lono Bock Ferry for tho term of
three years, tho following bids were re
ceived: Albert Miller, $12 jer month;
J. F. Thomason, $.'0; C. H. Wright,
$13.50; II. B. Smith, $1S. Albert Miller
was awarded the contract.
Albert Moyre grauted citizen's papers.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
State Norma! School,
First term begins September 16th.
Entire new faculty. Send for catalogue.
Louis Baicee, President.
State Agricultural College
The scientific equipment of this Insti
tution is the best in the state; 22 in
structors; 201 students; 209 graduates;
four courses of s'udy, Agricultural,
Mechanical, Household Economy, and
Bachelor of Science; military training by
United States officer ; society elevating;
surroundings healthful; tuition absolutely
free; no incidental fee; expenses includ
ing clothing about $141 per school year.
For further particulars address
John M. Bloss, President,
In the matter of the estate of Alfred
Matthews deceased, I Matthews was
appointed guardian of the minor beirs,
In the matter of the estate of Milton
Applegate deceased, Sarah M. Applegate
guardian, filed final account, which was
approved September 3d.
In tbe matter of the estate of John
Kuykendall deceased, W. Kuykendall
was appointed administrator August 29.
In the matter of the estate of Anna
Weaver, deceased,. John Weaver was
appointed administrator and John Ha'
and James Dunnivan were appointed
appraisers of said estate.
Administrator's final account in the
matter of the estate of Elizabeth Han
In the Circuit Court.
Jliller. H. C. Slocum ap-
Al. Stenger vs W. II. Harris.
J. E. Kerley vs Lizzie Kerley. Peti
tion for alimony denied.
W. G. Kelso vs Joseph 3Ielvin. Con
firmation. Caro Bros, vs S. John Grills et al.
Hoover vs Graham et al. Applica
tion to open judgment continued for the
Grapes and Electricity.
French scientists are reported to be
farming by lightning. They found that
electricity quickens germination and
growth so they set up poles armed at the
top with copper spikes to draw electricity
trom the air. A wire conveys it to a net
work of galvanized iron wire 4 to C feet
below the growing crops, and grapes are
said to grow 50 per cent larger and con
tain moro of what grapes are raiseu for.
AH persons are hereby noticed to
make immeJiatu settlement of their in
debtedness to the, Sate firm of S. Marks
ife Co.; otherwise tho same will be placed
in bands for collection. Please givo this
call prompt attention and-thus avoid ad
ditional costs. Asuer Marks,
Administrator of Estate of S. Marks
"Liverine," manufactured by tho An
chor S Chemical Co., the great Liyer,
Kidney and Constipation cure. An in
fallible remedy for all curable iorms of
diseases of those organs. The greatest
knows remedy for Indigestion. Try it..
For sale at M. F. Rapp's drug store,
woj'.-U often feel
the eHect of too
a -ch gayety
balls, theatres, and
teas in rapid
then: worn out, or
the end of the sea
son. They suffer
;rni5e and rood
spirits take flight. It is time to accept
the help offered in Doctor Fierce's Fa
vorite Prescription. It's a medicine which
was discovered and used by a prominent
physician for many years in all cases, of
female complaint " and the nervous dis
orders which arise from it. The "Pre
scription" is a powerful uterine tonic and
nervine, especially adapted to woman's
delicate wants for it regulates and promotes
all the natural functions, builds up, invig
orates and cures.
Many women suffer from nervous pros
tration, or exhaustion, owinsi to congestion
or to disorder of the special functions. The
waste products should be quietly got rid
of, the local source of irritation relieved
and the system invigorated with the "Pre
scription." Do not take the so-called
celery compounds, and nervines which
only put the nerves, to sleep, but get a
lasting cure with Dr. Pierce's Favorite
" FEMALE WEAKNESS."
Mrs. William Hoover, of Sellville,
Kicfiland Co.. U:io,
writes: "I had been
a trrcat sufferer from
' female weakness ; '
I tried three doc
tors: they did me((
no good ; I thought
I was an invalid for
ever. But I heard
of Dr. Piercejs Fa
and then I wrote to
him and he told me
tust how to take it, .
I took eight bottles.
T now feel entirclvx
well. IcouldstanH Mrs. Hoover.
on my feet only a shott time, and now I do
all my work for my family of five."
to dlsttttrata '
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