THE PLAINDEALER man stkbt thtoscxt bt THE PUISDEAIER ' PUBLISHING COMPANY W. r. BENJAMIN, C. Y. BENJAMIN, "Kditorl Manrgcr. Subscription Rater: Ono Year payable in advanco 8 oo iioathr. " lU-i Months. " 30 OCTOBER 10, 1S95. LITTLE LOCALS. COCK-A-DOODLE-DOO ! ! Oysters at tho Kandy- Kilclion. Caro Bros, are the boss merchants. School books at ilaretera' ilrug store. Go to the Roseleal lor the best cigar. For a good 6-cent cigar call on Mre.N. Boyd. Silver blouse sets and silver mounted watch guards at Salrman's Plows, Go to Hunter & llutno for your plows and harrows. " We havu met the enemy and he is ours." October 7th, ttiesun rose in all its splendor anil the clans mars- aled their forces and drew them up in solid phalanx prepared for the onset. At nine o'clock the battle began. The attacking party Haunted their banner to the breeze and a bugler from the head quarters of the great moguls tooted his little horn, calling its faithful to the charge. They sallied out with a grand Have you seen the Litest in Longnette I and imposing show of brag and bluster, watch chains at Salxman s. and moved upon our outer works. But Hunter A Hume, at the depot, keep I that Spartan band of freemen, animated the best plows and harrows. Just Received at J. T. Bryan's, Roger's firet-grads silver-plated ware. Smoked eye glasses at J. T. Bryan's from 10 cents to 75 cents a pair. Spectacles and eye glasses in gold, nickel and steel bo at J T. Bryan's. II. SI. Martin will pay rash for grain delivered at bis warehouse in Rosebnrg. Salzman sells his goods for cash. Bay of him and you pay Tor no bad accounts Jest received at the lioss fctora a new invoice of choice clothing. Cheap for cash. Complete set of household furniture for sale st a bargain. Inquire at this office. Fresh oysters, the first of the season, at the Kandy Kitchen, Taylor & Wilson building. H. M. Martin the grain merchant of Rosebnrg will pay cash for merchantable wheat and oats. Dr. Strange makes a specialty of pain less extraction. His new remedy con tains no cocaine. Bring your job work to the I'uikdeal- xx office. We are prepared to do the cheapest and best work south of Port land. A. desirable location for blacksmith, one who ua also do wood work. Ad dress or enquire of W. R. Welts, Olalla, Oregon. E. Du Gas. Physician and Snrgeon, oBce in Marsters' building. Calls in town and country promptly answered night or day. W. C. Aylswortb, teacher of vocal and Instrnment&I music and thorough bass. Pupils beginning at once, enquire at 31c- Clallen boose. ijooa pss.ureage lor Koct at reason able rates by the month. All stock taken absolutely and entirely at owner's risk in every particular For particulars enquire of C. A. BUrknian, Roberts creek. That the people of this place appreciate good work is evidenced by the fact that since bis return Dr. Strange has been kept more busy than ever before. He by a sense, of right and justice, stood firm as a rock, determined to "do or dio" with their faces to the foe. On, on, came the enemies' cohorts; the conflict became general, missiles of destruction were hurled at our un daunted host. The fire was returned with deadly effect. On calling the roll two only of the cit liens were slain while teven ol the enemy lay hora uu combat. Glory enough for one day. Following is the vote cast in the sev eral wards: INDIANS AND THE RAINBOW. JUyur A 1st. U antra U Mutt 37 Htnhii Cannon Carroll Recorder Zfcler London Treasurer rcrklas STkes. Conneilntn Clements YalM Vcateh Fisher Stanton Moore Brown Worthington.-. Fletcher lVrrr . Madison Socum Churchill 33 ar, 2d. w 03 .T. C6 r-i 5S u TO GS S3 a r-i. 73 73 33 71 4lb. TotL MJ. a; 137 a) u a it 2J 33 --UI 2 W 1M 1S 171 IS 71 Si li w The above shows the decided dtsai- proval of the citizens for a renewal of the water contract on the old basis of f 10OJ a year for ten years. It is reported oa Ihe streets that the water companv claim five of the counciimen as favor able to a renewal. We think they reeoning without the host. are Tho Zunls Think tlio Heavenly Fhenome- non Embodies tho Form of a Demon, Captaiu Trovitt W. Okoy of Los Ar geles, Cal, for many years 6tatlonedla Arizona end Now Mexico with tho reg ular nrniy, told about tho myths arid superstitions or tho Zuni Indians to group of friends at n Broadway hotol ouo evening. "In tho Zuni mind," said ho, "tho rainbow has over been a doifled animn! having tho attributes of n human being ami niso tiio body ana socio or tho func tiuns of a measuring worm. Obviously tho striped back and arched nttitudo of tho measuring worni, its sudden nppear anco and disappearance nmontr tho leaves of tho plants which it inhabits, nro tho analogies upon which this personifica tiou is based. As tho measuring worm consumes tno hcrbago or tho plants and causes them to dry np, so tho rainbow, which appears only after tho rain, Is supposed by tho simplo minded Indian to canso tx cessation of rain, and conse quently to bo tho originator of droughts, under tho lnflucuco of which plants wither away, as they uo under tho rnv ages of tho measuring worms. "It will bo seen that tho visiblo pho nomcnou called tho rainbow rets bv anal ogy tho personality of tho measuring worm, winio irom mo worm in turn tho rainbow gets its function as a god. Of this tho cessation or tho rain ou tho ap pearance of tho rainbow is adduced as proof. Tho fading of tho flowers is at tributed to tho rainbow, which, consum ing their imperceptible existences, thus derives his brilliant coloring, just as it is believed tlmt tho moasuring worm gets his green, yellow and red stripes from tho leaves and flowers which it devours. "Tho influencoof this union upon tho Zuni mind is to placo tho rainbow among tho malignant gods. It Is fre quently painted on war shields ondmado a demon to bo propitiated, vet shunned, When a rainbow appears in tho sky, tho Zuni Indians and those of many other tnbes tnra their backs upon tho beautl ful 6ight and covertlv imprecate tho unfriendly spirit. " Now York World. "THE BRACELET." A Strange Accident. io urown in uneU leaves appears Strang to many; but it appears that loose hops in bins large enough will suffocate a person who is so luckless as to fall into them, as quickly as a pool of water, Tl I 11 - r . . . . xue iouowing irom uie oervais Mar is the account of the narrow escape a hop- dryer had in one of these bins from be ing drowned: "Joseph Kennedy, while at work around the storehouse Sunday, accidentally fell from the loose boards into the mass of loose hops. He was rescued by his brother, who had liard work to find him. and !broucht to the snriapo in nn nnmnavAnf ivimlitiAti T t bas thelatestappliances.which combined was 15 minutes before he was brought wiia aa exienaea expenenceana Etilllal I to life arain. Itm,r,m .i w work enables bim tal work. to do the best of den- State Agricultural College. The scientific equipmf nt of this insti tntioa is the best m tne state; 22 m- Etmctors; 261 students ; 209 graduates; foor coarses of ;e, dried hops are as dangerous as quick sandand more than water to fall into, Grant 3Ianning had a similar accident." Treasurer's Notice. a. -ouce is nereoy given m &ij iienons boldintr Doa?Iajl rnnntc wnmnta In. Btnay, igncaitnrai, drT Mechanical, Household Economy, and thn .i it, t.' ... cacaeioroi science; military training Dy th nrt hmaa fnr T,,rmor,, ;,... United States officer- society elevating; km cease thereon after the 'date of this EiUTOucuings neaiinim ; imuon aosoiuieiy notice. free; no incidental fee; expenses indud- D4l thi9 lbe 7tb 0I October, ing dothmg about l per school year. 1S95. lhe d. of r,nvhnr, n For farther particulars address Jonx M. Bloss, President, Corral lis, Oregon. Wm. A. Featee. County Treasurer. What Will the Harvest Be? ihe above is an important question, and one the solution of which involves the weal or woe of the Oregon farmer. Another question of equal importance That Neck Yoke. Our esteemed friend, David Grenotof VSardtOD, is in the city today. Hero ports that the man who took his neck yoke last spring has been traced to his hiding place. He also states that if the is, where shall we go to lay in our sup- culprit will return said neck yoke, even yucuiuuuuug ami ury goous Ane whi'e he is asleep, be will Fay n thing answer me lauer question might be lurtner about it, but if he still persists in reaouy answered by saying, -Uo to the secreting said neck yoke be will be apt Square Deal store of Wollenberg & Ab- to be brouzht before'his bUi fnr.n raaam, where are kept large supplies accoontine. A word to the suitable lor the wants ol all, and which I cient. they will dispose of for greenbacks, gold or silver, at very reasonable rates." On the Anxious Bench The Syracuse convention was opened praver. "It. was the first time in years," says an old attendant, "that prayer was said in a democratic state convention." As a sign ol awakening to the wickedness of the party all good citizens will commend the manifestation Utica Herald. "Liverine. "Liverine," manufactured by the A n- cbor S Chemical Co., the great layer, 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, Eoseburg, Oregon. For Rent A live-room cottatre with linlrnnt nnl Koseourg Academy. convenient ont houses, three blocks from eeconu year win open beptember 2d. postotiice. tnqnire at this office or at The acad;my includes a kindergarten. 405 Washington street, west side of rail a grammar school and a colleze-fittinz I road track, school, I'apils may prepare for the second year in Princeton or Wellesley. Address: Rosebcko Academt, Boseburg, Oregon. State Normal School, Duais, Oeego.x. First term begins September, JCth. For Sale Cheap. Ono Story & Clark organ in elegant walnut caee. One solid oak bed room snite of three pieces. One 8-foot hard wood extension table. Call at M. K. parsonage. For Sale or Rent. - Tbo Palmer sawmill. Fur n.irtwMilnm Entire new faculty. Send for catalogue. LMrpea v. n p..., n,: n. Louis Baicee, President. Parties desiring' monumental work For Sale or Exchange. ' will do well to call on D. Looney, at the A two-eealed StuJebaker epring wagon Koseburg marble works on Oak street almost new. Will sell at a bargain. Or opposite the hardware store of Churchill. trade for c 2 inch road wagon. Wagon Woolley & McKenzIo. These works aro must be in gowl condition. Inquiro at turning out some fine specimens of mon- this office. omental work. Notice. Frank Bigger, tho genial proprietor of Grain bags and twine for sale by Sol the Central Hotel, is doing a flourishing Abraham, and the highest market price business notwithstanding the general do- in sA m ti -wall rw tvllrl r I TT hlfn tm fir-nti delivered at his warehouse at Rosebnrg. For Rent. The old Catholic church building for rent, very cheap. Apply to Fatiieh CiiAnoT. pression. Ho seta a good table, his prices are low and he makes every effort to please his patrons. For Salo Old papers, at this office, at 25 cents per hundred. For Sale. A fino organ at a great reduction. Part cash, balance on time this office. The J. 0. Flook Co. is prepared to do any kind of mill work nt the lowest liv ing rates, and those who aro preparing They can Inquiro at to build should consult them 8ftveyou monay. It Was Beautiful CotU It IVomic a lie tnloder of Ills Doubt. "Here," ho said, "is a bracelet. car it always, that liko our lovo it may provo endless and unbroken in its circle." And from a silken case, in which tho nanio of tho goldsmith glis tened, ho drew tho pledgo of their new uiicct ions, the stood before him. ra diantly palpitating, as It seemed to him in the ecstasy of Ids attention perhaps , . - with tho pleasuro of so rare a trinket Tho diamonds lost their luster in the rapture which her flashing eyes convey- eu. iioiaing her hand, ho was adjusting .i. . .i. .... . . . iuu Kt io "io ncxiDio wrist into which tapered her well rounded arm its skin teemed whiter now, as if expressive of so much purity about to receive the binding earnest of his words. "But," ho said, hesitating suddenly. "I most tell yon, and yet why should 13 Tins bracelet, by the touch of somo mysterious magic so tho jeweler tells me, and yet I can hardly believe it shrinks about tho wrist of her who proven untrue, and its wearer loses for ever the uso of her hand, which then hangs limp and lifeless, in token of her perfidy." "Surely," she answered, "yon cannot wish to put mo to such n test as this who need none. I should wear it wcro it not to mo but an eternal reminder of your doubt, each diamond but nn ere to watch and it is much too gaudy. A plain ring will do for me." Philadel phia Press. Indignant. There used to bo on old porter at a certain Irish railway station who was more remarkable for independence of character than attention to his duties. On ono occasion two of tho directors were traveling over the lino and noticed that tho name of this station was not called, tho neglect b; :ig tho moro scri ou3 as it was a junctiua. This was mado tho snbject of complaint, and old Char ley, who was tho delinquent, was promptly brought to book and repri manded. Ho was very wroth that any ono should find fault with him and thirsted for revenge. So, keeping a lookout un til ho saw the directors on their return journey, ho stood opposite their carriage and shouted in a stentorian voice: "Cookstown Junction! Change hero for Randalstown, Castledawson, Magh crafclt, iloncymoro and all stations on tho Cookstown line, and don't sav. ve blaggards, yo weren't towld!" London Answers. Tho Best Slcnal IJcht Syitcm. Tho best night signal lights aro thoso invented by Lieutenant Very of our na vy, and named after him Vcry's signals. The consist of a white, a red and a green star, each fired into tho air from a pis tol, so that by firing one, two or three of them in quick succession and in dif ferent orders, with a pause between tho groups, different letters or signal num bers can bo mado until a Knlmm complete. They can bo easily read from vcs.e!s 12 miles away. St Nicholas. "Old Kentucky Home." "Old Kentucky Homo" is tho twen tieth song in Foster's book of plantation melodies, though when and under what circum-stances it was composed cannot bo exactly stated. One writer on musical curios says that it was suggested by an allusion that Foster heard n slavo mako to Ins former homo in tho Blue Grass State. Tho "Celestial Empire." rcferrino- tn tho domain of China, has a significance in the Chinese legend that tho early rulers of that country wcro all deities. I'lo'fl features wcro small and deli cate. All his lifo ho wns very palo and looKea sickly. In 1230 a hen was bought in Paris for a penny. It May Do As Much For You. .Mr. Fred ilillcr, of Irving, 111., writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also that hio bladder was affected. He tried many so called Kid ney cures but without any good result. About a year ncoho beean uso of ElnclnV. Bitters and found relief at oncn. "KIpp- tric Bitters is especially adapted to cure of all Kidney and Liver troubles and often gives almost instant relief, trial will provo our statement. only 50c. for largo bottle. At jMarstcre A Co.'s Drug Storo. One Price A. C. Knights of the Maccabees. The State Commander writes ns frnm Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "After trvint? other medicines for what seemed to bo a very obstinato cough In onr two children wo tried Dr. Kinir's Now Discovnrv nnrf at tho end of 'two days tho cough entirely left them. Wo will not bo without it hereafter, as our experienqo proves that it cures where nil other remedies fall." Signed F. W. Stevens, State Com. Why not give this great medicine a trial, as it is guaranteed and trial bottles nrn frnn nt A. C. Marsters A Co. 'a Drug Store. Reg ular bizo 60c. and 1.Q0. I his is the Place to Buy Groceries. A full aud complete assortment of all goods usually kept in a first class grocery. Everything offered for sale is.fresh; and sold at very reasonable prices. We have a very choice stock of canned goods, including both fruits and vegetables, to which we invite your special attention. Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick els, Sauces, etc., is also complete. We carry the largest stock of to baccos in Southern Oregon. i C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers. 0 0 M. JOSEPHSON'S New York Cash Store, R05EBURQ, OREGON, A SQUARE DEAL 1- i We are Here to Stay. I i I i I i l i I i I i I i I i I . I . I . 2 3 4 5 C 7 S J 10 11 12 Is what we give to every cus tomer, for we believe the best advertisement possible is a cus tomer pleased with what we have sold them, they will come again and again, and their friends will come too. We are not here for a day or for a month. We are Here to Stay. .Roseburg, Or. Alexander & Strong THE POPULAR HOME FURNISHERS.. 3-JO and 323 Jackson St. Bet. Oak and Washington. Ill rn J T DEI DC D Larscstandllcat Assortment CTcr V A L. JL 1 IK. 1 JLrf 1 brouchl to Southern Oregon, and I A Largo aud Elegant Line of CARPETS. lei We call the attention of our friends to our beauti ful stock of HEasy Rockers Bed Room Sets Parlor and Dining Chairs Rugs and Carpets And all Household Articles Our Stock is Unexcelled by Any House South of Portland NO trouble to kjuuiu ui i uuwuu. SHOWQOODS. niCYIlMnCD s ernnur the popular lUL-ll U OinUJlVX HOME FUttNISHEHS HOHItnURO, OREGON. The osebijrg greWir Go. Are now Prepared to Supply all parties With their Celebrated Lager Beer. MEW GOODS r aro rros. rsoss NEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED. MRS. Iff, BOYD. DEALER IN CHOICE - Family Groceries, DISHES, Books and Children's Toys. A FULL LINE OF- Frnits, Nuts, French Candies, Confectioner? Canned Goods, Coffees, Teas, Etc. IMPORTED KEI WEST CIGARS. CHOICE BRANDS OF CIGARS WO 0 D WARD THE tore. o-sjk KOSEBURG Does Up ALL COMPETITORS! We are always in the Lead, and mean to keep there. The Golden Ilarvest is upon ra, and farm ers are smiling because Woodward loo.es to their interest. BlTGGSf HARNESS -Full Trimmed- The Davis. Ambler Merrell Lone TlmbcrH n Hpcclnlty. LUMBER COftPMY Write for TrlceH. TEAM HARNESS These are all Leather and Warranted. SADDLES At Reduced Prices. I Consult your purse and bo sure and see oouwara ieiore buying. W. G. WOODWARD EAST AND SOUTH VIA THE SHASTA ROUTE OF THE Southern Pacific Co. Exprea trains leave Portland daily, fcoath b:50r.x. 10:15 x. x. Lv. - Portland - Ar. Lv. - Roseburg - Lv. Ar. - San F raucisco Lv. I North 8:10 A. x. 11:10 r. . 6:00 r. x. MANUFACTURERS OP, AND DEALERS LN ALL KINDS OP -FIR AND CEDAR LUMBER. Jliro train. .t n , " City, Woodbum, Salem, Turner, Marion, JciTer- nuw, aiuQuj jancuon, iangent, bholds, Ualsey, Harrisbnrs. Junction City. i-usuic, ivscii, vnuu, anu au siauons from Roseburg to Ashland Inclusive liosebnrg JIall Daily. 5rJ0p.jf. Ar. Eosebunr - lv. sii Salem Passenger Sally. CENTRAL HOTEL ! Board Lodging S3.SO per Week. MEALS, 15c. BEDS, (5c. t.GIrcmcaCalL'. VXLAXK BXGCrXIt. 'Pvop: 1.10 p. M. Lv. - Portland t:ior. m. Ar. - Salem Ar. 1 1005 a. it. Lv. fciOA. x. The FIoseburg Laumdry, xox sinlii Street, opp. Hotel Van Honteu. 11 RST-fTtLTX i ; a work guaranteed. MORK r-iMifcK cc BKYAIN, Proprietors. DIMG CARS OX OGDEN ROUTE. Pullman Buffet Sleepers AND SECOND-CUSS SLEEPING CARS Attached to all Through Trains. West Side Division. Between Portland and Corrallis. Mall train daily (except Sunday). :S0a.X.iLv. - Portland - Ar I -in . v 12:15 P. x. A r. - CorralUs - Lv. laT0pr At AlhnnT ftnt) f?nrvallf . no T.K . I of Orejon Central i Eastern railroad. Express train daily (except Sunday). 725 P. X. Lv. Ar. Portland - Ar. a3 a. x. JIcMinville Lr. 5:00 a. x. At Reasonable Price. ailIlCI6ICB9IIgBlI8CI8lSBeilHHI0llI0Bla J. BITZER,. Poultry, Fisn and Game, In Season. Proprietor ol The City Meat Market, And Dealer in PRIME BACON, HAMS, LARD, AND FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS. Orders taken and Delivered Free to any part of the City. Roseburg, Or. Throusli Tickets to all Points in uic iisicrn amies. Canada and Europe can be obtained at low e rates Iroxu George Etes, Agent Rosebnr?. K.KOEHLEE. E. P. ROGERS. Manager. Asst. G. F. i Pass. Agen PORTLAND OSEGOX. HEAD QUARTERS TjlE MITdpLL, LEWI Tp( CO. A FULL LINE OF Plows, Harrows, Wagons & Buggies AND HARVESTING MACHINERY. BEAN SPSAY PUF1PS ARE THE BEST. WAUKEQAN BARB WIRE. ATsS"gr''- HUNTER & HUME. FKOJI TERMINAL OP. INTERIOR P0IXT8 The) Northern) Pagifig) RAILROAD lg the Line to Tate To all Points East and South. It Is the DIXLXG CAR ROUTE. It runs through VESTIBCLED TRAINS EVERY DAY IN" THE YEAR to ST. PAUL and CHICAGO (SO CIIiNGE Of CABS) ! Composed of Dining Cars Unsurpassed. Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers, 01 Latest Equipment, TOURIST SLEEPING CARS Best that can be constructed anil in which accommodations are both FREE and FURNISHED to holders of First or Second-class Tickets, and ELCCAST DAY COUCHES A Continuous Line connecting with All Lines, affording Direct and Uninterrupted Service. Pullman Sleeper reservations can be secured In advance through any agent ol the road. JAYL-IE PILKINGTON, iSuccessor to G. W. NOAH, General Blacksmithing rROTTINQ AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY, REPAIRING OK ALL KINDS PROMPTLY DONE. Bhop ou Corner Washington and Kane Sis., Rosebnri;. BOWBN & ESTABRO OK? Blacksm iths and Mach inists Stephen Street, between Oak and Cass, aiacliluc Work a Specialty ROSEBURG, OR. THROUGH TICKETS To and from all Points in America, England and Europe can be purchased at any Ticket Office ol this Company. trains, routes and other details furnished on application to any agent, or A. li. CIL1KLTO.V, Assistant General Fassenwr Agent, Ho. 1VU First St., cor. Washington, PORTL.VND. OREGON. Mineral, Railroad. Aricultural. H. G. POTTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1106 G St. N. W. Washington, D. C. For many rears in the General Land Office. Examiner of Contests, Mineral vs. Min era! vs Railroad and Agricultural claims, and Lato Chief of the MInera JDlvisIon. Correspondence ited. leVelaijd Distilling Go. Mnnufacruti'M of and Dealers in DtTDLT DDDNnicc n Nn un iicwirc uillw uumi iuijiJ aiiu vv nioxvico LIQUORS FOR FAMILY AMD MEDICIHHL PURPOSES ALL FIRST CLASS DRUG STORES AND SALOONS HANDLE OUR GOODS. Goods delivered In iuantlticj of one gallon or more. Orders from Town and Country Solicited, and will be promptly attended to. VON PESSL & DOERNER, Proprs. Offlpp find Saloiimnm. INUKTII KUSEDURQ We jEmploy Young Men to distribute menu In part payment for a high grada Acme i vm) uiw, wuicii wo senii mcci ou approval. o tworltjlono until tho blcysle arrlvea and proves satisfactory. Young Ladies BgagSf0 If bors or drla mmlv thev Trmst bn ttpIT iwnm. mended. Writo for particulars. ACME CYCLE COHPANY, ELKHART, IND.