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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1895)
OOTODKR 5. IS05.
Barmt cuuncit - comer ol Lane and ltos
ivcis. suuuay Service: Preaching, u . ,
and 7M p. nu: Young ivonle' nntnn ..
Mr. G. X. Anucs, President; Sunday School, 10
, ua -nnioenain. Superintendent
"i" inuisaay cvculns at 7:3X
lur. O. If. Asxes, Pastor.
Residence, No. s!) Mala Street.
Methodist Ciicccii-corncr ol Main and Lono
streets. Sunday Service: Treadling, 11 a. m.
and T:3J p. a.; Sabbath school, 10 a. in.; Dr.
jam uarr, superintendent; CUss Meeting at
dose of the morning service: Epworth League
"-wnttvius uumc, President. Prayer Meet
N. A. Bi'ckskb, I). It., I'astor.
Parsonage, corner Mala and Lane
fnciBVTKWAS Cnunm-corncr of Ca and
Hose streets. Sunday Service: Puplic worship,
a-o. and 730 1. m SaUuth Sofcnni in. .
Y, P. S. C. E., 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednc
n. B. Bilwoetu, i'astor.
The W. C.T. U. will meet at tho M. E,
church every Thurvday evening until alter
ewe wiaraaou. All members should be pres
cai ai every mccilwr.
The Lotal TtxruaiNcc Lesion will meet at
inc ai. tnureu v ednosday Kt 3 p.m.
A. C. Bcckxcc Supt.
S. Denartment of A
Rosebcbo, Ore-, October 1, 1S3J.
lUadxrrsK 5 a. m. Pacific time a.n
i j j". in. raanc lime :,St
Maximum temperature, 71
Minimum temperature. 14.
Rainfall for the il hoars cadi as J p. ra,. 0.
Total rainfall since Is: of month, n
AvcraSE rainfall lor this month lor 17 years.
Total ralataU Iras sent. 1. irSi. m .I.?.. ri
Avcraw aoathly ralafaJi trom aepL 1,1533, to
Accumulated excess from Sept. 1, isjj, to
Average prcoipltaUea Jr is wet seasons.
Tho. Gibson, Observer.
Poctlxsd. Or- October i- lai: t . n
Weather W:ra.K for Uw Hex: 16 hours. lor
Eoocber; aad vicinity;
sa.uraay as MMtr, Jtlr weather, tu-
Pacer. Local Furaasi OSdaL
The grass is growing very rapidly sines
the rain ami if this rine wealher con-
tinne there will rooa be splendid grar
in this art of the country.
Tbe OIaIIa school will commence on
tbe Slli of thu month with Hiss J.acy
Byroa wieWioj tbe fusel.
Mesrs. Joe Swift and S. W. Kevnolds
have leofcvl the school laud generally
known as the Jefse McCnlloch place,
and jlr. Swift has moved on and taken
tK&ses$iou of the same. I think that is
the proper thins to do. The state Echool
board loaned money on tho farm several
veara a;o 'more than the laud was
worth, acd had to foreclose and since
lhat time, is U-st I can lcarc, the state
has had neither rent or interest, hut the
place lias btearna by priratc individuals.
I believe all school lands ought to be
placed coder tho supervision of the
county echool saperintendaot to lease or
sell and torn the proceeds over to the
state school board.
D. A. IYocfc has sown bis satnmer-
follow land to wheat. Some of oar
neighbors have been sowing and then
cslng a disc harrow.
Nevens Si Dyron have six acres of
beans on the old Tom McCnlloch place,
which they are now harvesting.
Since writing the above I have learned
of the death of John Fisher, who died
suddenly some time today. Mr. Fisher
went oat in the morning to work on a
ditch that he intended to ose for mining
purposes, and bis son?, Fred and Will,
went lo Gnrney's mill for lumber and
was gone all day and when they relumed
home they were tolJ by Fred's wife that
his fattier had not been to the bouse
since leaving in the morning. So the
two brothers became alarmed T.and
started in search of him, and on going to
tbe mining ditch found him lying on his
face, dead. Y. It. Wells, J. P., was
immediately sent for, who summoned a
jury to hold an inquest over tbe remains.
The jury consisted of the following
named gentlemen : James Byron, C. L.
Kestcr, M. L. Boshccll, John Hogan,
Fred Byron .and Joe Simmons. C. L.
Keeter was chosen foreman. The fol
lowing verdict was rendered: "We, the
jury appointed to inqure into the cause
of the death of John Fisher, deceased,
find that death resulted from heart fail
ure or paralysis." Alle
The Grand Excursion
From Itoscburg to Portland and return
on account of the Oregon Industrial
Exposition has been definitely settled
for Oct. 10th, over fifty excursionists
having purchased tickets.
Tickets for the excursion are now on
sale at the depot and 31 r. Estes requests
all who intend going to purchase tiekcts
as early as possible, in order that a suffi
cient number of coaches may be pro
vided to carry the excursionists.
Harry Parry, who went out to Glen
dale last week on business, returned Sat
urday night. While out he visited sev
eral of tho placer mines in that vicinity
and reports the miners jnbilant with
their prospects. Tfioy aro making ox
tensive arrangements for the winters
A vote for the "Taxpayer
Ticltct Is a vote for the Water
This is election day.
J. W. Rodd of Carlton is at the Van
Peter Loggio of liandon is at the Van
Thomas White of Marshliold in in ttin
F. D. Searcy of Seal tie is a guest at the
Jliss ArriUKton and Alina (llmml
Marshtield aro btopnini: at the Van linn.
Itemeniburtho isatio tho Citizens va
io Water Company and voto nccord
Congressman Hermann camn tin Imn.
Albany and Salem last night and goes to
aquina tins morning.
Hair Ornament, Partes, Pocket Book
ew line of tho latest novelties. f!s1!
and seo them at (he Novelty Store.
"My mother has been relinvml nf
stomach troubles by Hood's Sarsapa-
mia. baniucl Ijwrenco, Scholl's, Or
The W. C. T. U. will meet on half nn
hour earlier on next Thursday evening so
wai we may get throush in time to at
tend tho lecture in tha Preshvfprinn
cuurcuon iliursUay next.
Editor Connor of tho Riddle Entr.
prise and his wife stopped over in this
city Saturday evening on their return
irom oottago Urovo where they had been
visiting menus for several days.
Mrs. Marion B. Baxter. Dresident nf
uio w into Rose Leagues of Michigan.
and one of tho most attractive speakers
oi uie day, will lecture in Roseburg in
the near future in tho interest of the W.
Children's dothinc at cost and mn
for less than cost, I have also, a nice
imo ol men's and young men's clothing
wmcn win be sold at very low nrico-
iaii ana look over our stock before bny
13. lUd Novelty Store.
The Prcs'iytery of Southern Oregon.
composed of all pastors and olected dpi
cgatcsfrom all Presbyterian churches
soutli ol tho CaIaiooia mountains in Or-
egon will convene in tbe Presbvterian
church in this city tomorrow morning at
nine o clock. Popular meetings will be
held each evening during the sessions.
All sessions are open to the imblic and
all are invited to attend, particularly to
me evening meetings.
Gene, a Eix year old son of X. T.
ewelt, met with quite an accident ves-
tcruay. It appears his father wLo had
just returned homo from an extended
trip east, placed his pistol on the bureau.
The lad discovered it and. bov like, be
gan to inspect its workingorder. During
nis manipulations the pistol "went oil"
inflicting a painful wound in his left
hand, the ball entering tho fleshy part of
one linger at its base, tearing tho flesh
off the bone but not breaking it- Dr.
Miller was called and made the neces
sary surgical dresslnz of the wound, and
the boy has had a little experience in
gunnery he will not soon forget.
X. T. Day was over from Wilbur Sat
Judge Stearns and wife were over from
Roseburg last week.
Mrs. Henry Beck ley of Elkton was in
Mr. Gentry and family left for Ken
tucky last Tuesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Bcckley returned
from Salem last week.
Miss Grace Becklcyof Elkton is in
town visiting ifrends and relatives.
Mr. Hunt of tbe Oakland flouring mills
made a trip to Roseburg last week.
Creed Chenoweth and wife went to
Wilbur to visit the sick last Sunday.
Mrs. BloomCcld was quite ill tho foro
part of lut week. At this writing she is
Mrs. G. T. Russell made a visit to
Drain last week to give instructions in
Frank Wait shipped two carloads of
stock to Portland last week.
Stearns & Chenoweth shipped a car
load of oats to Sacramento recently.
Mrs. J. II. Oecklcy left our village
Saturday after a summer's visit here, to
isit at Cottage Grovo, Eugene and Port
E. II. Henderson and Samuel Stahl
have improved their property by laying
side walk to connect with Mr. Jones'
walk cast ol tho Presbyterian church.
D. W. Stuart of Chenoweth Park is
83cn on our streets quite frequently of
late. Ho goes to Portland soon to remain.,
ith his father till spring, when ho ex
pects to return to tho park.
School commenced Monday ol last
week. Prof. McGheo is principal, Miss
Jcnnio Clark of Millwood intermediate,
and Miss Edith Callahan of Roseburg,
primary depaitments. A good attend
ance is reported in all of tho grades.
On Monday of last week Mr. R. L.
Stephens, one of our carpenters and con
tractors, received an addition to bin
family in tho ebapo of a bouncing boy,
whoso attractions aro so great that ho is
considered a fixture. At last accountfl
wife and son were doing woll. Tnanv.
Oysters at tho Kandy Kitchen.
Curo Bros, aro tho boss morchanls.
School books at Mnrstors' drug store
Go to tho Roseloaf for the best cigar,
For a good 5-ccnt cigar call on Mrs.N
Silver blouso sets and silver mounted
watch guards at Salzmnu's
Plows. Go to Hunter & Hurno for
your plows and harrows.
I la vo you seen tho latest in Longnette
watch chains at Salzman's.
Hunter & Hume, at tho depot, keep
tho best plows and harrows.
Just Received at J. T. Bryan's, Rogor's
firet-grado silver-plated ware.
Smoked oyo glasses ut J. T. Bryan's
from 10 ccuts to 75 cents a pair.
Spectacles and oyo classes in cold.
nickel and steel bora at J. T. Brvan's
H. M. Martin will nay cash for irrain
delivered at his warehouse in Roseburg.
Salzman sells his goods for cash. Buy
of him and you pay for no had accounts
Just received at tho Boss Store a new
invoico of choico clothing. Cheap for
Complete set of household furniture
for sale at a bargain. Inquire at this
Fresh oysters, the first of tho season.
at tbe Kandy Kitchen, Taylor & Wilson
II. M. Martin tbe train merchant of
Roseburg will pay cash for merchantable
wheat and oats.
Dr. St ran makes a specialty of pain
less extraction. Hit new remedy con
tains no cocaine
Bring your job work to the Plalsdeal-
ee office. We are prepared to do tho
cheapest and best work south of Port
A desirable location for blacksmith.
one who can also Jo wood work. Ad
dress or cuquiro of W. K. Wells, Olalla,
E. Du Gas. Physician and Sunreon.
office in Marsters' building. Calls in
town and country promptly answered
night or day.
W. C. Avlswortb. teacher of vocal and
instrumental music and thorough bass
Pupils beginning at once, enquire at Mc-
Good tiastureago for stock at reason
alllll ratPA !iv 111, mnnflt Alt etrvlr
taken ateolutely and entirely at
owners risk in every particular. For
particulars enquire of C. A. Blackman,
That the topleof this place aonreciato
good work is evidenced by the fact that
since his return Dr. Strange has been
kept more busy than ever before. He
has the latest appliances. which combined
with an extended exp.rienceand skillful
work enables him to do the best of den
Notice is hereby given to all tertons
holding Dou;IaS county warrants in
dorsed r.or to October 1-t, ISO I to pre
sent tho same at the treasurer's office in
the court house for payment, as interest
will cease thereon- after tho date of this
Dated this the 7th day of October.
IS95, at the city of Roseburg, Oregon.
Wm. A. Fcateb.
Second year will open September 2d.
The academy includes a kindergarten,
a grammar school and a college-fitting
school, Fupils may prepare for tho
second year in Princeton or Wellesley.
Address: Roscnuno Academv.
A five-room cottage with hydrant and
convenient out houses, threo blocks from
postoffice. Enquire at this office or at
405 Washington street, west side of rail
For Sale Cheap.
One Story & Clark organ in elegant
walnut case. One solid oak bed room
suite of threo pieces. Ono S-foot hard
wood extension table. Call at M. E.
The old Catholic church building for
rent, very cheap. Apply to
For Sale or Rent.
The Palmer sawmill. For particulars
address, E. C. Palmer, Drain, Or.
Died, at Olalla, October 5th, 1S95, Mr.
John Fisher, near his residence at this
place, of heart failure or paralysis. Mr.
Fisher was 07 years of ago and an old
pioneer ol this placo having settled hero
Married, at tho residence of thobrido's
parents. October Gtb, 1895, by Rev. W.
II. McLain, Mr. Lowis A. Scott of Linn
county and Miss Ida E, (Jruto of Douglas
Tho emergency voters liavo enriched
tho county treasury up to 9 a. m. today
$39.50, tho city and school treasury 17.90
each, It is an ill wind that blows no ono
NIcco & Williamson's oyster parlor
nd restaurant is now open, where you
can get fresh oysters in any style and
meals at all hourp. At the Candy factory.
State Agricultural College.
Tho scientific eauipnnut of this iumi
tution is tho best in tho state; 22 in
structors; 2G1 students; 209 graduates;
four courses of study, Agricultural,
Mechanical, Household Economy, and
Bachelor of Scienco; military training by
United btatcs oflicer; society elevating;
surroundings healthful ; tuition absolutely
freo; no incidental fee; expenses includ
ing clothing about $141 per school year
For further particulars address
John M. Bloss, President,
State Normal School,
First term begins Septemler 16th.
Entire new faculty. Send- for catalogue.
Louis Bailee, President.
For Sale or Exchange.
A two-seated Studebaker sprinc wacon
almost new. Will sell at a bargain. Or
trade for a inch road waeon. Wocon
niuBt bo in good condition. Innuiro at
Grain bags and twine for sale bv Sol
Abraham, and the highest market price
in cash will be paid by him for grain,
delivered at his warehouse at Roseburg.
Part cash, balance on time. Inquire at
this office. '
The Finishing Touch.
Iu putting the finishing
touch to your'toilet do vou al
ways see that your shoes are
iu keepintr with the rest of
your makeup? The shoes
Uiav be better than Hip nrV.rr
garments and still be aDDro-i
pnaic, uut 11 mey are uot up
to the raiment in stvle and
quality the effect is unpleas
ant. Mrs. Grace Oshurn's
fine line of Shoes stand on
their merits, is infinite in va
riety, excellent in quality.
and moderate in price.
Have leased and remodeled the
Depot and are now
First Class Livery Business.
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Hay, duriDR day, per span 5
Livery 2-horse rigs, per day..
HORSES BOARDED AT
.DO YOU REALIZE THAT THE
f you are in a position
b do Business
Let the People Know it.
The little Special Notice aud
Make tiie Miglity Merchant and his Patrons Glad,
he Plaindealer is read
Advertise in it. It will Pay.
Xffl-WIIKS YOU WANT GOOD JOH l'KINTIMl DONE. AND YOU SOMKT1MK8DO. YOU SHOULD CONSULT TlIEPLATNDEAXERlMftBS
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A. C. flARSTERS & CO.
IL-S HND GLHSS
AND TOILET ARTICLES.
NEW FEED STORE.
i CAWLFIELD & CAWLF1ELD
Have Just opened a first-class Feed Store and
nave on hand a lanre invoice ol the best
ituacuurcanu tauey 1-lotir, Baled llav. Grain
and Feed ol all kinds. All purchases delivered
; Barber Shop,
i3 Jackson Street,
The ulaec to tret
K FIRST-CLASS SHAVE
With Neatness and Dispatch. Give mo a call,
1 a. I., lewis, Proprietor.
3"- T. T77"ZEBB
r i BUYS
CIYE ME A SHARE OF YOUR PATROKACE
I hft KllVOQii Salnrvn
Formerly Merchants' Exchange,
Has Been Renovated and Fitted
I'P In Flrst-CIasa Style.
Choice Wines aid Liqiors,
COHMODIOUS CLUB ROOHS.
ACCOMMODATING BAR TENDERS.
Give me a call. GREEN McKINNEY.
old Feed Stable oppsite the
prepared to do a
vru?, LTI avi
Tennis to stall over nlcht
Livery l-horserisrs.pcrday .
MISSION OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT 13 TO
OUT OF TOWN
FOR SOMETHING FOREIGN I
the regular Business Ad
the eager Public gathering in throngs
Leave their Business Orders where the Trade belongs-
BEST JOB PRINTING
AT LOWEST RATES.
J?S??tin thU ?lamn Sjk of charge Other ad
of fire tine or leu under IKU head WxmU w
month: each addUUmal line SeenU per month. K
advtrtUement taken Jor lea than tS eenuT
F5i5ALo-"A. finc Bnssyyiorsc for lals. Ap
ply at Roseburg Bakery. v
OR SALE Old newspapers, 25 cent ner lflB
c Apply at PlalndeaJerofflcc.
Wanted to Exchaage.
W4M.f55!OTW!! ? taca tad
1 'vuS"'' luT uaiea nay, sram.
Jj O. BEZENDOBF,
Attorney at Law
AND NOTARY PDLIC.
matters in pTobate.6
BOAfjS NEGOTIATED. Money Loaned; tad
Kooms 4 and 5 Marsters' Bld"g. ROSEBoJtG.
JHA B. BXDDLK,
Attorney at Law,
DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
Omc: Taylor & Wilson Block, Roomi 7 and g,
J D. STBATF0BD,
Attorney at Law,
Ronmn 2 ami A
Taylor & Wilson Block.
Tg L. BRADLEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
Office Hoars, Irom 12 to S.r.ic
Taylor & Wilson Brick. B03BlJri.
JAS. CALLAHAN, Propr.
WILL BE COHDUCTED STRICTLY FIRSTGliK
Tbe Dinini? Tlmm will u
personal supemsion of Mr. Callihma,
nuun iu guarantee ail old and new cus
tomers the best the market affords.
Come and seo me.
KATIE OHTJROHILL, Propr.
Board and Lodging per weelc
Meals, 20 cents.
Beds, 20 cents.
"5 MTe mm. CasU.
A. T. Thompson's
JAnd get a Drink of
13 Jackson Street.
INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE
If you have anything
You want to Sell
Let the People Know it.
The sure road to success
Through the Printing Office;