The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, October 14, 1895, Image 3

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    THE PLAINDEALER
OOTOBUR 14, 1S95.
The Churches.
BirnsT Ouuncu comer ot Lano and Ros
iirccu. &uuaay Service: Prcachlm? 11 .
and 7:30 n. m.; Younc IVonle'. Dnlnn r.. '.
Mrs. a. N. Annes. President: Sunday School, 10
c m.: jaiacs unambctlaln. Superintendent
iTavci Jiceunc, Ttiursday cvculng at 7:30.
Rev. G. N. Asnks, Pastor.
Residence, No. S2 Main BtrccU
Msthodist CiiUECU-corncr ol Main and Lano
iirceis. Sunday Service: Preaching, U a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath school, 10 a. m.; Dr.
James Barr. Superintendent: Class Meeting at
Close cl tho taorutnir scrrlm- Kinriv. 1 .........
6:3) p, m. Claro Hume, President. Prayer Meet-
luj, inuisuay, at .so p. m.
N. S. Bcck.nkk, D. I)., Pastor.
Parsonage, corner Malu and Lane.
PRliOYTSKUN CliOECJi -corner ol Cass and
Row; streets. Sunday Service: Pu pile worship,
mw p. m.; habbath School, 10 a. m.;
Y. P. S. C. E., 7 p. ra. Prayer Meeting, Wcdncs-
1U B. Dilwoctii, Pastor
ibew.C. T. O. meets every second and
fourth Thurslay cvcnlnc at the residence of
.Mrs. nra. Smith.
Thk Lotal TcxrERiNcr Lxciox will meet at
me u. t. uaurca Wednesday ot 3 p.m.
A. C Bcckxkk. Supt
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Weather Bureau.
Kojmccj, Ore, October 13, 1S37.
Bxkoxetee
J5 a. m. Pacific time 30,94.
I J p. m. raanc tlrac
Maximum temperature. 7C
Minimum temperature. tl.
Bainfall lor the it hours ending 5 p. m
,.0.
Total ralnlall since 1st ol month, . 0
Avenge rainfall for this month for 17 yean.
Total rainfall from Sept. 1, lOi, to date, -71.
Avcrap: monthly rainfall from Sept. 1, 1S3S, to
date. 2.7L
Accumulated excess, from Sept. 1, lias, to
date, LM.
Average precJp'.utlon for l wet seasons,
Titos. Gibso.x. Observer.
rorriaxD, Or, October II. 1533: II a. m.
Wealher forecast for the next 30 hours, for
Rocburs and vicinity:
Monday and Tuesday, fair weather, stationary
temperature.
?xocc Local Forecast Official.
DRIVER VALLEY.
What lias become of all our corres
pondents? Got the grip I suppose.
George Hall was the shiest of Will
Longbrake a short time ago.
Cliarley Humphrey of Woodburn
passed through oar valley last week.
King Hogain of Nonpariel was seen in
oar midst last week.
Miss Lillian Hall and Miss Mary
Thomas of Oakland were visiting rela
tives here yesterday.
Dr. Little was called to wait upon
Uncle George Hall one day this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Quant and .daugh
ter made Iloseburg a visit the first of the
week.
Alfred Davidson of English Settlement
is working for George Hall.
James Medley has been down on the
Calapooia this week buying sheep. It
looks like Mr. M. was going to herd
cheep and run a sawmill too.
Since a certain young man, who re
sides near Oakland, lias been making
frequent visits in this section of the
country, some of oar young men as well
as a certain young lady, are beginning
to look quite eager.
Mr. K. T. King lias rented the Thomas
ranch and has moved his family hither,
and expects to reside with us for quite
a while.
Since last we wrote the wedding bells
Iiave sounded, and another of Driver
Valley's fair damsels lias been taken
from our midst. Mr. W. W. Wright
of Iloseburg, and Miss Nannie Harness
were united in marriage at the residence
of the bride's mother, Mrs. A. M. Har
ness, Sept. 2S, 1S5. May their jour
ney upon the sea of life be one calm and
peaceful dream of happiness, is the wish
of . Wavebly.
Funcrael.
Sunday at 2:30 p. m. the funeral rites
of Dr. X. P. Bunnell was held at the
Masonic Hall in this city. The hall
was nicely draped for the occasion. The
services were conducted by J. R. Webb,
W. M., and Ashcr Marks, M. The hall
was crowded to its utmost capacity by
members of the order here and of sister
lodges of Canyonville and Oakland,
and the sorrowing friends and neigh
bors of this city. The members of the
O. E. S., Odd' Fellows, Daughters of
Rebekah and A. O. U. W., attended in
ft body with regalia to designate the or
der to which each belonged. The K. of
P. band played solemn funeral dirges
and marches.
After the solemn and impressive rites
were over in the hall, a procession was
formed in the street and moved to the
Masonic cemetery, where the final ritca
of burial were had by the brethren.
And thus closed the eventful career of
X. P. Bunnel, one of the prominent cit
izens of Iloseburg, an able physician
and an exemplary Mason, whose depar
ture leaves a void in the Order which
no remaining member can so well fill.
He will be sadly missed by the surviv
ing brethren. The funeral was the
most largely attended of any ever held
in tlii rity. There were forty carriages
in the procession preceded by the sev
eral Orders which were headed by the
K.of P. band. Upon the whole it wan
one of the most solemn and imposing
processions ever witnes?ed in this city.
BRIEF MENTION.
Wood taken on subscription at this
oiuce.
James Bcckloy of Oakland is in tho
cuy touay,
W. C. Scott of Unndon is registered at
tho Van Houtou.
G. W. Dlmmick of Oakland is in tho
cuy today on business.
John Calwdl of Issaqun, Wash., is
registoreu at mo Van Houten.
J. F. Barker has purchased a Chlckcr
tog piano of T. K. Richardson.
Don't miss eecing tho Now Woman at
lue Uaptist church Thursday nicht,
Ed. Settle and mother and Miss IIou-
ser of Oakland are in the city today
C. H. Cummings, a tonsorialist of
Oakland, is in the city today on busi
ness.
Sirs. Fred. Page-Tustin left this morn
ing to visit friends in Portland and K,,.
attie
G. W. Wannacott of Myrtle Creek
came down to attend tho funeral of Dr.
i'. liunncil yesterday.
F. R. Hamlin has been annointed
4mlliltln gt ril.nn Will!
n. vuiua. n imams, minor iietr
ol P. W. Williams, deceased.
Miss Gerttudo Benjamin leaves to
morrow morniDc for San Francisco and
thencn to Woodland to remain perhaps a
year. .
It is repotted that .Mrs. D. Griffeth haa
fallen heir to a nice littlo fortune. Lucky
airs, imlleth, may you live long and
prosper.
J. L. Arzner, B. Munter and Charles
Kimmcll of Canyonville came down yes
terday to attend tho funeral of X.' P.
Bunnell.
Toe New Woman may tell vou some
thing new aboot the good people of
Koseburg next Thursday night at the
Baptist church.
A. F. Brown, Z. L. Dimmick. Al
Dear and Prof. G. T. Russell of Oakland
came up Sunday to attend the funeral of
Dr. N. P. Bunnell.
Fred Jones, who has been at Albam
for a few weeks on a visit to his grandpa,
Peter McKinney, returned Friday, hav
ing had a good time.
B. F. Ramp, long of Douglas county
now of Albany, is in the city looking
hale and hearty as when he stumped the
cnunty for prohibition years ago.
A competent dressmaker would like a
position to sew by the day, or would cut
and fit at home. Inquire of Miss Alice
Becdle at residence of Jay Brooks.
PeterLoggie of Bandon passed thronch
Roseburg Saturday night on his way
home from Salem where ho had been in
attendance at the grand lodge K. of P.
Miss Lucy Wannacott of Mvrtlc Creek
held the lucky number that drew the
btcycle at Drain Saturday. Mr. Wanna
cott took the wheel home with him List
night.
Ed. N. Deady, a prominent attorney
of Portland, is in the city the guest of
3IcCIalIen House. Mr. Deadv is a son
of Judge M. P. Deady, an old pioneer of
Douglas countv.
The latest novelties from Europe, in
the shape of a shooting gallery. Mu
sic Mimics. The music goes, the tiger
roars and the lady plays the drum. No.
223 Jackson street.
The final settlement of J. W. Wright,
guardian of Lee Archambeau, minor
heir of Francis and Joseph Archambeau
has been made, the guardian discharged
and bondsmen exonerated.
The supreme court has confirmed the
decision of the circuit court in tho case
of State of Oregon vs. Samuel G. Brown
for the murder of Alfred Kincaid. The
case will again come up in the December
term.
Mm. Marion B. Baxter of Chicago, 111.,
will lecture next Tuesday evening in
stead of Monday, in the Baptist church,
on the subject, "Reason for tho Hard
Times." Laboring men especially in
vited.
Company A of this city will give a
dance in their armory next Saturday
night. As this will be their anuiversary
ball it will doubtless be largely attend
ed. Music will be furnished bv the
Roseburg orchestra.
There are more piano's in Roseburg
than in any other city of its size in Ore
eon. Roseburg people are a musical
and music loving people and as a con
sequence they are the most humane and
sociable people on this coast.
The man who cheats his paper
Oat of a single cent,
Will never reach that heavenly land
Where old Elijah went ;
But when his race is run
This life of toil and woe
He'll straightway go to the fiery land
Where they never shovel snow.
News comes to ua that Mr. George
Cox, a young man of Drain, accidentally
shot himself at Gardiner last Thursday,
resulting in bis instant death. The re
port states that ho bad his hand over the
muzzle of the gun which rested on the
the edge of tbo sidowalk, whilo in this
position the gan slipped off, tho hammer
striking on the walk discharging the gun.
The ball passed through his hand, ranged
up, entered his mouth and catno out at
tho top of his head, causing death in a
fow minutes. His body was takon to
Drain for burial Saturday. Georgo was
the adopted son of John Cox near Drain.
Ho was a bright young man of about 19
years and much esUvmed by his friendn
and neighbors.
The Great Excursion
Leaving Rosoburc at 8 o'clock next Wed
nesday morning for the Oregon Industrial
Exposition is succeeding beyond the
most sanguine expectations of Goorgo
Estes, tho excursion manacer here.
Mr. Estes says that enough tickets for
1110 excursion havo been sold at Myrtle
Creek, Dillard, Rosohurg, Wilbur, Oak
land, Yoncallu, Draiuaud Cottage Grove
to moro than fill two pasaongor coaches
which havo already been ordered for tho
excursion and Mr. Estes with bis ablo
corps of assistants in tho towns men
tioncd is boo mini: tho excursion in tho
Holies of Hccunnc two moro coach loads
01 oxcuratonista, making four in all.
Ordore from all parts of tho countv in
eluding interior towns, villages and cross
road post offices aio being constantly re
ceived requesting tickets reserved for
them in tho chartered coaches, and Mr.
Estes is somewhat fearful that Uiosu who
intend going and haye not yet purchasod
tiieir special tickets, will postpone it uu
til too late to enable him to uroenro ad
ditional coaches enouch to carry them all
as there is every indication now of a very
largo number purchasing tickets iust be
foro departuro of tho excursion train
Wednesday mordiug.
Tho first coach for tho excursion (O. &
. 1017) came into Rosebunr on tho local
last cyentng aud was forwarded from
hero to Myrtle Creek on the overland
this morning. It will leave Mvrtlo Creek
on tho northbound overland tomorrow
cvoning aud come to Rosvbun: brincinir
in tho excursionist from tho Southern
enu 01 tuo county ana will remain oyer
night hero, starting with tho grand ex
cursion Wednesday morning.
ine second coach will arnvo hero on
the local this evening and remain here
until Wednesday morning. All who
have any doubts of cood coaches lieine
furnished aro cordially invited by Mr.
Estes to go down to the railroad yards
this evening or tomorrow and see the
coaches for themselves.
Mr. McKecbnio at Oakland is workinc
up the excursion thero and reports eell-
mg is tickets Saturday. He expects to
sell enough moro today and tomorrow to
make 50 from Oakland alone, securinir
the third coach to bo picked up at that
point.
Special arrangements havo been made
with the Albany eating house to have an
extra hue dinner for the excursionists at
a rate of 35 cents each to all wearing the
Douglas county badges which will be on
sale excursion day at 15 cents each.
Mr. Estes told our reporter in confi
dence that tho Oregon Industrial Expo
sition and especially tbo excursion for
next Wednesday will bo "Tho Bireest
Show on Earth."
Entertainment.
Tho Junior Endeavor of the Chris-
tain church will cive an onturtainment
at the church on Sunday evening, 6
tober 20lh, 1SD5, for the benefit of tho
Home Missions. Following is tho pro
gramme:
Song, by the congregation.
Junior Endeavor exercises.
Song, by class of Juniors.
Recitations, Virgil Shupo. Lidv Kelly
and Ethel Hall.
SoDg, Ella Strong and Alice Mahn.
Recitations. Frank Livincston and
Ethel Everctts.
Solo, Miss Mettio Rapp.
Character selection, entitled. "The
Mission Ivocomolive," by Juniors.
Song, by congregation.
Admission free. Collection after cx
eiciics. au are roru:.'iminvinxrtoTxv
tend. Notice to Delinquent Tax Payers.
The warrant for the collection of de
linquent taxes for the year 1S94 has
been placed in the hands of the sheriff.
In order to make legal return of the
warrant, the sheriff will necessarily lie
compelled to commence levying upon
property for delinquent taxes by Oc
tober 21st, 1S05. To avoid the costs of
levying and mileage, delinquent taxes
must bo paid before that time. The
law in regard to delinquent poll taxes
will be strictly enforced and costs and
mileage added. A. F. Stkauxh,
C. II. Machn,
W. L. Wilson.
McClallcn Hotel Leased.
Roseuuko, Or., October 14, IS'Jo.
To the Public: On account of poor
health, I havo leased the McClallcn
House and retired from business.
D. C. McClallen.
KoHEiurno, Or., October 14, 1S95.
To the Public: I have leased tho Mc
Clallen House and will take possession
011 the 15th day of October, 1S95, and
hope to have tho patronage of the pub
lic, as I shall keep the house and its
surroundings first class.
Mas. I). C. McClallln.
For Sale or Rent.
Tho Palmer sawmill. For particulars
address, E. C. Palmkk, Drain, Or.
State op Ohio, Citv or Toledo,
Lucas County, I
Frank J. Cheeny makes oath tbnt lie Is the
itcnlor partner of the flnu of F. J. Cheney i
CO., doins; business In tlio City of Toledo,
County and State nforcsnld, and that mid Una
will pay tho sum 'f ONE HUNUKED DOL
LAIts lor each and every caio of Catarrh
that cannot bo cnrcil by tho tun of Hall's
"ATARRII CURIV FllANK J. CHENKY.
tiore mo mid subscribed In mr
presence'" c,1 ,,n' ' December, A. V., 1SSG.
ircscnco'
jscalj
A. W. (il.KASGX,
Notary Public
Hall' CataIrI' '''"'' taken ititenmlly nnd
nets directly " "'! blond nnd nmntns air
fares of tlio system. Sotnl for testimonials,
free. F,J- CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by ytuKSisis, ix.
I LITTLE LOCALS.
Oyelers at tho Kandy Kitchen.
Caro Bros, aro tho boss merchants.
School books at Marsters' drug store
Go to tho Roseloaf for tho best cigar.
Puro fresh candies, fruits aud nuts at
tho Roseloaf.
Silver blouso sots and silver mounted
watch guards at Salzman'B
Plows. Go to Hunter & Hume for
your plows and harrows.
Havo you seen tho latest iu Longuette
watch chains at Salzman's.
Hunter & Humo, at tho depot, keep
tho best plows and harrows.
Just Received at J. T. Bryan's, Rogor's
first-grads silver-plated waro.
Smoked oye glasses at J. T. Bryan's
from 10 cents to 75 cents a pair.
Spectacles and eyo glasses in irold.
nickel and steel bos at J T. Bryan's.
II. M. Martin will pay cash for urain
delivered at his warehouse in Roseburg.
Salzman sells his goods for cash. Buy
of him and you pay for no bad accounts.
Just received at tho Boss Store a new
invoice of choice clothing. Cheap for
cash.
Complete set of household furniture
for salo at a bargain. Inquire at this
office.
Fresh oysters, the first of the season.
at tho Kandy Kitchen, Taylor & Wilson
building.
II. M. Martin the train merchant of
Roseburg will pay cash for merchantable
wheat and oats.
Or. Strange makes u epecially of pain
less extraction. Hit new remedy con
tains no cocaipe.
Biing your job work to tho I'lalsdeal-
EK'ofticc Wo aro prepared to do tbo
cheapest and best work south of Port
land. Suhscribo for the Daily I'laindkalkii.
It is tho only live paper in Southern Or
egon. It furnishes the latest news up to
date.
A desirable location fur blacksmith,
one who can also do wood work. Ad
dress or enquire of W. R. Wells, Olalla,
Oregon.
E. Da Gas. Physician and Surceon.
office in Marsters' buildinc. Calls in
town and country promptly answered
nitht or day.
V. C. Aylswortb, teacher of vocal and
instrumental music and thorough bass.
Pupils beginning at once, enquire at Mc-
CUIIen house.
The J. G. Flook Co. is prepared to do
ary kind ol mill work at the lowest liv-
inz rates, and those who are preparing
to build should consult them. They can
sire you monjy.
Good paiturcago for stock at reason
able rates by tlio month. All stock
bkeii absolutely and entirely at
wncr's risk in every particular. For
particulars enquire of C. A, Blackman,
.toberls creek
That the people of this place appreciate
good work is evidenced by the fact that
since his return Dr. Strange has been
kept more busy than ever before. He
baa the latest appliances, which combined
with an extended experience and skillful
work enables him to do the bost of den
tal work.
For Rent. ,
TueoM Catholic church building for
rent, very cheap. Apply to
FATHER CiIADOT. I
SinnONS
Have leased aud remodeled
Depot and are now
First Class Livery Business.
Hy and Oati. over nlsht, per span ,
Hiv. over nl?ht. rr inin
lliy, during day, pcrrpan '
Ltrcry 2-bonc rijs, ir day.....
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HORSES BOARDED AT
.DO YOU REALIZE THAT THE
If you are in a position
To do Business
Let the People Know it.
The little Special Notice and the regular Business Ad
Make the Mighty Merchant and his Patrons Glad,
The
And
The Plaindealer is read
By Everybody.
Advertise in it. It will Pay.
-XSWWHKN YOU WANT (iOOl) JOll PUlNTlNti lO.NK. ANTTyoII SUMin iMKSTMT.nrsTl.uTT-nvn. t t..v
Roseburg Academy.
Second year will open September 2d.
Tho academy includes a kindergarten,
a grammar school and a college-fitting
school. Pupils may prepare for the
second year in Princeton or Wellealey.
Address: Roskbubo Acaoemy,
Roseburg, Oregon.
FOR
Pure
Drugs
QO TO
A. C. HARSTERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS.
OILS HND GLHSS
STATIONERY
AND
IfliKLL PHPER
CHOICE PERFUMERIES,
.AND TOILET ARTICLES.
NEW FEED STORE.
CAWLF1ELD & CAWLFIELD
Have Just opened a fint-clas Feed Store and
bare on band a large invoice of the best
ITnKtim.H,IV'.M. 1-1 T 7 HhI.
and Feed of all kinds, A" purchaiea del
felivercd
1 ,ree- r- c5 'nd Rw
T- T. WEBB
SECOND
a. HAND
8ia.L3 GooDS
OF
ALL
KI.NDS.
U7 STREET.
CIYE ME A SHARE OF YOUR PATROXACE
I TYI-. T) Cl1
'
me Bureau, oaioon
Formerly Merchants' Exchange,
Has 11 ecu Renovated and Fitted
Up in Klrst-Class style.
Choice Wises mil Liqiors
Best Ci&rars.
COHMODIOUS CLUB ROOflS.
ACCOMMODATING BARTENDERS.
Give me a call.
GREEN McKINNEY.
& TOOLEY
the old Feed Stable oppsite the
prepared to do a
SkAOCXM.
11.00 I Hay, during day, cz bone...
.15
.3)
-tiSO
3 i Teams to stall over ni;hu.
ua, per icoi ,
Livery l-horsc rigs, pcrday.
REAsONABE R.VTKS.
MISSION OF TU13 ADVERTISEMENT IS TO
DON'T GHASE
OUT OF TOWN
FOR SOMETHINQ FOREIQN !
Plain dealer.
the eager Public gathering in throngs
Leave their Business Orders where the Trade belongs
DOES THE
BEST JOB PRINTING
at lowest rates.
HB1
SUuaiions wanUd or help.wanUd.adveTtltcment
tiuerted in Ihti column free of charge Other ads
month: each addlttonaljllne S cento per month. Ko
mwiawtw iwtcnjorjus man is cents.
For Sale.
TfOR SALE.-A fine BngsyTUorse for sale. Ap
ply at Roseburg Bakery.
Tf OR BALE Old newspapers, 23 cents per
- Apply at I'lalndealer office..
100.
Wanted to JSxclinuce.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE One 3 Inch and
i)LJ)ne3?J5chJraSon 'or tled hay. grain,
J? O. DEZENDOBF,
Attorney at Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Special attention given to COLLECTIONS and
matters in I'robate.
BOAra NEGOTIATED. Money Loaned, and
Rooms 4 and 5 Marsters' BId'g. ROSEBUEG.
JRA B. KIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY,
Ornce: Taylor & Wilson Block, Rooms 7 and 8,
ROSEBURG, OREGON.
J D. STEATFOED,
Attorney at Law,
Taylor & Wilson Block.
B03EBUBU. Oft
L. BBADLEYj'M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
Office Hours, Irom 12 to 3 r.jt.
Taylor & Wilson Brick. ROSEBURG
HOTEL
Van Houten
JAS. CALLAHAN, Propr.
WILL BE CONDUCTED STRICTLY FIRST-CISS
Tbe Dinini? Rnnm aw
O w Mill ISXJ uuuu mo
personal supervision of Mr. Callahan.
Who Will ecaranf on ill nl.t on.l
tomers the best the market affords.
Come and see me.
Churchill Horn
OAKLAND, OR.
KATIE CHTJBCHILTj, Propr.
Board and Lodging per week
$2.50.
Meals, 20 cents.
Beds, 20 cents.
GO TO-
A. T. Thompson's
And get a Drink of
WALKER
WHISKEY
14 YEARS OLD.
213 Jackson Street.
INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE T
If you have anything
You want to Sell
Let the People Know it.
sure roa(j tQ success
Always leads
Through the Printing Office