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ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 17, 1895.
nssn.in.- jj.h. Mitchell
1 . 1 T X"
Secretary ot State
Supt. rub. Instruction
state 1 n titer
t Binder Hermann
.II. 1U Klncald
u. m. Irwin
-V. II. Locda
C M. Idleman
Mem bet BoardotEquaIltationA. C. Woodcock
K. A. Moore
5reiacJadscs lc E. Wolvcrton
,. (A. B. Compsun
Railroad Commissioners i. B. Eddy
U. A. Mscrum
Clerk o! tullroad Commission Lrdell Baker
sico.xD jtbicul nisTKiCT.
JqJec 1. C. Fallcrton
.Geo. 51. Brown
c. s. land orncK, eossscbo.
Receiver R s. Sheridan
acgistcr r. il. Vcatch
C. S. WX1THSK ECEEAU.
Observer Thos. Gtoson
Senator..... .- Hcnry Bccklcj
-herfff , c. V f-thrTt
rreasnrer ay. A. Fratcr
J. A. Underwood
.A. r. steams
tw. L Wilson
(C. II. Manpln
Dr. K. L. Miller
citt or tosrecto.
J. 11. Shupc
jL F. Eapp
B. W. strong
I. F. race
W. F. CarroU
J. C Sheridan
The Circuit Court lor Douglas County meets
three times year as follows: The 3a Mon
day In March, the a Mondar in June and the
1st Monday in December. J. C Kullcrtoa ol
Eoscbsr juilcc, Geo. M. Brows, o! Roscborg.
prosecntinc atiw uey.
Coanty Court meets the 1st Wednesday alter
the 1st Monday ol Janttary, MArch, May, July.
September and .November, A. F. Steams, oi
Oakland, Judge; a H- Manpln ol Elkton
and W. I. Wilson, ol Riddle, commissioners.'
rrobale Cosrt is in session continuously, A. F.
LACREL LODGE. A. F. i A. M REGIXAR
rsceiicss the 3d end -tin WedcesdaTS in
C W. Kick, S.-c"y.
J. R. Wtxz, W. M.
TTMFQCA CHAITER, NO. 11. E. A. M., HOLD
their rc?nlar con vocations at Masonic hall
cn the Cat and third Tuesday of each month.
Visiting companions arc cordially invited.
M. i RAFF, H. P.
Isadocx Caxo, Secretary.
Attorney at Law,
Koorn , Marstcrs Building, ROSEBURG, OR.
-Buslncss beforo the U.S. Land Offlee and
mining cases a specialty.
Late Receiver U. S. Land Office.
ceo&qc x. BBOWN.
jgROWN & TUSTLW,
Booms 7 and S
o & Wilson Block.
7 R. WTT.T.TS,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Wai pnetiee in all the eonrta nf tK Rttr nf.
in un yxvn uouk, XJoogUa county. Or.
Qm A. SEHIiBBEDE,-
Attorney at Law,
0Sc over the FostoSce on Jaekaoa atreet.
Attorney at Law,
Physician and Surgeon
(U. S. Examining Snrscoc.)
OFFICE. Rooms 6 and T Marstcrs' Building.
Residence, First door South of Mrs. Currier's
9" Special attention to Surgery and th
Diseases oi Women.
J. ozias, yi. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office In S. Marks Jt Co."s Block, upstairs.
Calls promptly answered day or night.
La Fayette Las. Jcdce L. Loucuaet
JANE & XOUGHARY,
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
ill pcrtir in 11 tie cxmrU of Omtm. tyt.
la ue xi
FULETAEIAX LODGE, NO. S, L O. O. rU
meets Satnrdar crcnicgof each week at 7
o'clock in their hail at Rescbnrg. Members ol
the order in good staniiig are invited to attend.
Grocer Cutt, N. U.
Watjce Joxes, SeeY.
UXIOX ENCAMFMEXT, XO. S. MEETS AT
Odd Fellows' hall na second and foorth
Thursdays ol each manth. Visiting brethren
tzo invitod to auesd.
JOaETH MICEIXI, Scrihe.
J.'M. FLETCHER. C I.
ta good BWrliffg arc in-
-DESOFOST, Sa, G. A
flat tad third Tharsda:
G. A. il MEETS THE
.ys oicaea mooth.
I70MEX'aEEHEF CORPS NO. 13, MEETS
second and lonrtn ThorscxTi in
FARME ' ALLIAXCE Eegnlar Quarterly
Mectiirs will be held at Grange Halt,
Eosebnrg, the first Friday in December, March
and June, and the third Friday in September.
T OSEBURG CHAPTER. XO. S. O. E. S, MEETS
-R- the second and fourth Thursdays ot each
BERTHA CAHO, W. M.
TJ OSEBURG DIV15IOX SO -C76. B. OF L.
a- meets every secend and fourth Sunday.
T OSEBDBG E. D. LODGE. XO. . I. O.O. F.
a- meets on Tnesday evening of each week at
the odd reuows nan. mting sisters ana
oretnrcn are inntei to attend.
DORA FLETCHER, X. C.
IVY VAX BCKEX. R.Scc
ALI'HA LODGE. XO. t7, K. OF P- MEETS
erenr Wedncsdav eveninr at Odd Fellows
HaXL Visiting brethren in good standing cor-
claxiytnTtteaio alien a.
"LTi. P. HEYD0N,
and Notary Public
Omcx: In Court House.
Orders for Surveying and Field Xotcs shoaVl
be addressed to W ill P. Iieydon, County Sv rT
veyor, Roseburg, Or.
V. S. Deputy Mineral Hsirvcjor
and Xolno' Inbllc.
Orncx: County Jail BuRding.npttaio.
tW-Special attention nald SoTnairfn..
Address. ROSEBURG. OR.
Physician and Surgeon.
Chiefs Kmss's cf 7Tcni a Stedaltr.
OSce, Cp Stairs, in the Marks Building.
Besidence, 112 Cass Street, ROSEBURG.
jg Lw MTT.T.SR, M. D.,
Surgeon and Homoeopathic
(Successor to J. JASKULEK.
Practical : WatchBiakcr, : Jeweler : and : Optician.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. AND FANCY GOODS.
Moxm1.i1ibs1 Mm. Mjl3aiy-
tismiixto Itrailiiui ISyo G1osho niia SpoctaoleM
A COMI'IJJTK BTOCK OF
Cutlery, Notions, Tobacco, Cigars and Smokers' Articlea.
Also Uroprlotor and Manager of Rosoburir's Famous Bargain Store,
I Mil . .El 1 1 I rTV- 1 I. Iff
.MaMu-.i'VW Y. 11. VJ1. I ,
1 1 ' "
P1EI II II Ml
THIS IS FIRST CLASS PLOWIMG WEATHER.
We iave just received a large shipment of the famous
These are the BEST ON EARTH.
CHURCHILL, WOOLLEY & MCKENZIE'S
Roseburg Hardware Go.
Real Estate Bought and Sold,
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN.
JERRY J. WILSOM,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
41 1 Jackson Street,
At Lncrsicn's Cisar Factorj-.
Birssi Cetich corner ol Ltae and Kos
streets. Snsday Serricc: Freachin;, II a. a.
and 7:30 p. rs.; Yonns People's Union, SCO p-ix;
Jlxs. G. 5. Anaes, President; Sandaj school, 10
c b.; James Chamberlain, Superintendent
Praj-er MeeUug, Thmsday erenlag at 0.
Ext. G. X. A37XS, Pastor.
ReridcTice, Ko. SI Utln Street.
TAAI1 Repair! njr enlrustetl fa
my care will be PROJIFTLY an l
SJl-rs 2MCs mm. C?o3LK.
Urraooirc Cncsxa coiner ol Main and Lane
atreeu. Sunday Scrrlce: Preaching, 11 to.
and 733 p. xx; Sabbath school, 10 s. nu: F.
W. Wooller, Sapcrintendcnt; Class JlectlcE at
close ci the noralnj zcxricc: Epworth Lc&snc
6 30 p. n. Clare llnac, President. PrajerMcet
lncThnadax, tX'S) p.io.
Ecv. G. W. Ktsxzdt, ?astor.
Parsonage, corner Main and Lane.
PutcTTZctAjc Cauccu corner ol Cass and
Eosesireeis. Sunday Scrrlce: Pnplic wonhlp,
a-ia. and 72) p. m.; Eabbath School, 10 a. a.;
Y. F. S. C. E., 7 p. m. Prayer Mcctlnz, iVcdnc-
day,733 p. a.
B. B. UawoETII, Pastor.
-The W. C. T. U. meets crcry second and
fourth Thorvlar eresios at the residence of
Mrs. Wm. Smith.
Tuz Loral. TuereS5C Leg I ox will meet at
the M. E. Church Wednesday t 3 p.m.
A. C. BccxrEE. eupt.
J, F. BARKER & CO.
Aipedal Liand jf unadulterated Tea.
Stock Ranges, Timber Lands and Mining Properties,
Pru ne and Hop Lands of best quality, in choice locations,
in. quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices and easy terms. Inquire of
ID. S- KL BXJIOK,
H. C. STANTON
Has just received a new and ezteniire ttoec
DRY : GOODS
Ladies Dress Goods, Eibbons, Trinraing s,
JUX3, itc, Efx.
-ALSO A FIXE BTOCK OF
BOOTS AND SISOJBS
Of the best quality and firji.
Wood, Willow and Glass Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.,
Alto on hand In large qnantltle and at prle rs to
jiui ue una. aim a urge aiocx ol
Which is offered at cost price. A fall sd
select atoex of
Constantly on hand. Alaotfeo
IiATfST KOYELTIES LN BtaTIOJfEKf
THE THIRD ADDITION
Oysters at tbo Kandy Kitchen.
Caro Bros, nro tlio boss luerulmiits.
School books at Marstere' drug storo.
Go to the Uosoloaf for the bent cigar.
Puro fresh candies, fruits and nuts at
Silver blouse sets and silver mounted
watch guards at Salzman's
Plowb. Go to Hunter & Hume for
your plows and harrows.
Have you seen the latest in I-ongnette
watch chains at Salzman's.
Hunter & llucuo, at the depot, keop
the best plows and harrows.
Just Received at J. T. Bryan's, Itogor's
first-grade silver-plated ware.
Smoked eyo glasses at J. T. Bryan's
from 10 cents to 75 cents a pair.
Spectacles and oyo glasses in gold,
nickel and steel bots at J T. Brvau's.
II. SI. Martin will pay cash for grain
delivered at his warehouse in Uoseburg.
Salzman sells his goods for cosh. Bay
of him and you pay for no bad accounts.
Just received at the Boss Store a new
invoice of choico clothing. Cheap for
Complete set of household furniture
for sale at a bargain. Inquire at this
Fresh oysters, the first of the season,
at the Kandy Kitchen, Taylor & Wilson
II. il. Martin the grain merchant of
Koeeburg will pay cash for merchantable
wheat and oats.
Dr. Strange makes a specially of pain
less extraction. Ilii new remedy con
tains no cocaibo
Bring your job work to tho Plaindkal-
eu office We are prepared to do tbo
cheapest and best work south of Port'
Subscribe for the Daily Plaindsalek,
It is the only live paper i'i Southern Or
egon. it lurnisnes tne latest news, up to
L. Du Gas. Physician and Surgeon,
oitice in . Jlarsiere building. Lalls in
town and country promptly answered
nigh, or day.
Tlio .Now woman may tell von some
thing new about the good people of
Uoseburg next Thursday night at the
The J. G. Flook Co. is prepared to do
any kind of mill work at the lowest liv
ing rates, and those who aro preparing
td build ehonld consult them. They can
sere you moniy.
i;. . ...
OooU paetureage lor stock 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, Blai-kman,
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. lie
baa the latest appliances, which combined
with an extended experience and skillful
work enables bim to do the best of den
Notice to Delinquent Tax Payers.
The warrant for the collection of de
linquent taxes for the year has
been placed in the hands of the sheriff.
In order to make legal return of the
warrant, the sheriff will necessarily be
compelled to commence levying upon
property for delinquent taxes by Oc
tober 21st, 1S95. To avoid the costs of
levying and mileage, delinquent taxes
must be paid before that time. The
law in regard to delinquent poll taxes
will be Etrictlv enforced and costs and
mileage added. A. F. Steaunss
C. II. M.vcnx,
W. L. Wilson.
Finger of Suspicion.
San FitANcisco. Oct. 13. Ever since
Durraut was arrested there has been a
still hunt for the first person who men
tioned his namo in connection with tho
murder of Minnie Williams. Immedia
tely after the horror of the library closet
became known his namo echoed in every
mention of it. In a few hours the papers
had extra editions, naming Durrant.
By Saturday evening most people be
lieved that the murderer was known.
Dr. Vogel wa3 asked to give an account
of himself; tho pastor told of bis coming
and going on Friday evening. Elmer
Wolfe had to put on his thinking cap,
and Sademan, the janitor, refreshed his
memory. The detectives sought to
know why Durrant was ac;usod, but
they were not ever able to find exact in
Now it comes out that Mrs. Noble, the
aunt of Blanche Lamont, was the first to
mention him iu connection with the
Mrs. Noble talked freely of the case to
day. When asked whether Durrant
told her, that memorable Wednesday
evening, that he bad eeen Blanche that
morning, alio said :
Yes; when I went to prayer meeting
that evening it was asreed between
.Maud and myself that' nothing should be
said of Blanche's absence. We did not
wish to make any unecesiary fuss about
a thing that might be cleared up in an
hour. I was so troubled that 1 wonld
not have goue to the church bad I not
been obligated to hand in a notice for an
entertainment. I do not remember
whether I went in ahead of Durrant or
not, but I do know that he always sat in
the back ot tne room during prayer
meeting, and his coming to where I was
was unusual. Ho asked me, as I baye
testified, whether Blanche would bo
there. He said she wanted "The New
comes," but ho had forgotten it and
would bring it Sunday. Then he stated
that he had met her on .the way to
school that morning.
"Wo tufiercd silently all day Thursday
and Friday. It was not until Saturday
that the anguish becamo so unbearable
that we began to tell our church friends.
Friday morning, a little after 9 o'clock,
Durrant called here, bring with him
"Tho Newcomes." Maud answered the
bell. He asked it Blanch were at
borne and expressed no surprise at see
ing Mand who would ordinarily hare
been at school. When Maud told
film lliaf niinilk ttroo rtf if linhin lrt
siu: ! tnougnt i mignt tee uer.
The latest dispatches indicate that the
Spaniards under General Campos are
making no headway toward putting
down the rebellion. The insurgents are
entrenched in their mountain fastnesses
against whom the government is unable
to gain any permanent advantage. The
insurgents swoop down upon the Span
ish troops, slaughter a largo "number of
them, then retreat to the mountains
again. Though they do not gain any
battles, they succeed in decimating their
ranks. These losses of the Spaniards
and the depletion of their forces by dis
ease is telling heavily upon their army.
and until cooler weather returns Spain
can illy afford to throw more into the
island, as death by disease is more
dreaded than the ballets of the insurgents.
People from east of the Rockies who
visit Oregon for the purpose of making a
home here, should look over Douglas
county before permanently locating.
We have climate, soil and resources
eoual to any other section of the state.
Good schools, numerous churches, benev-1 Pnyrajis tne ibest
olent and charitable associations, and an
industrious law abiding, intelligent clasa I $ $ $ saved by
A Salzmau, the reliable jeweler.
J. T. Bryan, the Busy Watchmaker.
Go to A. C. MarBters & Co. for .school
For first-class dentistry go to Dr. Little
Get your school books at Marsters'
Tho'best of low price hats and caps at
the Novelty Store.
Harness of all kinds at low prices at
G. W. Woodward's.
Ladies Oneita suits, 50 cents per suit,
at the Novelty .Store.
Key West, imported and domestic
cigars at the Roseleaf.
Myrtle Creek flour, only 80 cents per
sack. Delivered free. A. C. Uoxix.
Guess the price on Jour all wool shirt
ing ; tne price will surprise yon, at the
For good substantial blacksmithing
cheap, go to McKinuey& 'Manning,
The a olden fleece j brand of yarn and
Sold! only. by the
trading under the
of people. For scenic beauty Douglas
county is nnparrelled by any other local
ity in Oregon. Roseburg is the com
mercial center of Douglas county, and
her citizens aie a hospitable people, and
give a cordial welcome to all strangers
visiting the city. Come to Douglas
county where fruit of every descrip
tion is raised to perfection, and where a
man and bis family can enjoy all the
comforts vouchsafed to man on this
General asrent for ererv virlt.v nt anti iniim
boob and pcriodleala jmMlahed in tba United
gut". Ferwma wilting reading matter of any
Und will do to Eire m a -1l,
The HOIVG JFarm, east of town, has been plat
ted and is now on the market in Lots and Blocks containing
3, 20, 30, and 40 acres, ranging in price from $25 to $100
Any one wanting a fruit, vegetable or chicken farm
or a suburban home ean now be accommodated on easy
All lots sold in First Brookside addition have more
than doubled in value. The prospect is much better for
the future. More fortunes are made in lands near a grow
ing town or city than any other way. Sieze the opportunity.
For information or conveyance, call at ony Real
Estate Office, or on
Cr T. BXSIiDESIK, Propr.
McCIallen Hotel Leased.
Roseiiciu;, Or., October 14, 1895.
Jo lite rttblic: On account ot poor
health, I havo leased the McClallen
House and retired from business.
D. C. McClallen.
RosEiifKO, Or., October 14, 1S95
To the Public: I have leased the Mc
Clallen House and will take osscssion
on the 15th dav of October, 1895, and
ope to have the patronage of the pub
ic, as I shall keep the house and its
surroundings first class.
Mits. D. C. McClallen
W COPYRIGHT S.tI
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experience In tba patent btuuw
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Ii harinir a large aaU Ztew atylei of
filass and Delf Ware
aitonUblng low tneet. Oar own
. Toaatoej are Tery popular.
xormauon eoncemlni rate? , end how to ob
tain tnem tent r:e. Also a car iioeue of mechan
ical end (dentins booka sen i
Fatenta taken through !b inn & Co. reeetTe
tbna are bronzbt widely btf ore the public with
001 J?,"1". inTSV. Tbla rolendld paper.
lareert circulation of w identlflo work In tbe
w3T'fcii.83JlJHX: t"M? copta aent free.
Bonding Edition, mtaiit y. tlio a year. Single
coplea, 5 cents. Kvrn-J lamber contain! beaa-
,a photograph! ot new
ng bullderi fo bow tbe
OliK, 301 illlOAUWAT.
boo . with plana, nbr
latest detleni and aMir
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Of capacities varying from i to 25
S horse power affords the most con- 5
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these may be seen running at this
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What Will the Harvest Be?
The 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
is, where shall we go to lay in our sup
plies of clothini: and dry goods? Tho
answer to tho latter question might be
readily answered by saying, ''Go to tho
Square Deal store of Wollenbcrg & Ab
raham, where are kept large supplies
suitable for the wants of all, and which
they will dispose of for greenbacks, gold
or silver, at very reasonable rates."
e2r, Jl'raB.iSr!. Copyrietit!
and Labeli reglaeo art. Twenty-nra year, ex
periene. We 1w.1t wfcetlier paunt can bo
CTrdornot, fjrwjofcbiara. Our fee ptdJ0
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MJCIH UOUNTY, ) "
FRANK J.CHKEXY malcen onth that lio Is tho
senior tnrtucr of tlio firm of K. J. Cheney &
Co., doing business In tho City ot Toledo,
County mid aiato nforusald, iuul that said firm
win pay uio Bum 01 u.iis iiuauKEi) uui.
I.A US for each and every caso of Catarrh
that ennnot bo cured bv tlio uso of Hall's
CATARRH CUKE. FHANK J. ClIKNEY
mvorn to bvloro mo and subscribed in my
presence Ibis Cth day ol December, A. D., 18C.
Mand closed the door and said :
" 'Auntie, I believe he knows that
Blanche is missing. Why should he
come to see her at this hour? It is past
school time and he acted rather
"We did not think he knew anything
of her whereabouts ; we were concerned
only that the fact of her disappearance
might become known. Even when the
detectives comnieueed to work on the
case and came to me for the names of
her friends I mentioned Vogel'a namo
first. Durrant was an after-thoaght.
As has appeared during the trial, he
offered his services to assist in the
search. The following week dragged
wearily ou. Saturday morning Sirs.
Keeler, the wife of tbe undertaker, called
here to tell me that a body had been
found and that it was not Blanche's.
Knowing my frightful anxiety, my
friends at the church feared that I would
hear that a body had been found and
might thiuk it was Blanche, so they had
dispatched Mrs. Keeler to tell me that it
was the body of some ono else. In re
ferring to Blanche's disappearance and
to the fact that Theodore was tho last
one to sec her, Mrs. Keeler remarked
that he had gone out of town. Like a
flash his conduct from that Wednesday
night prayer meeting passed beforo me.
I remembered it all, his seeking me at
the prayer meeting, his strange call Fri
day morning, what Maud had said, and
his dreadlnl interpretation of her ab
sence. A sickening realization came to
me, and I said to Mrs. Keller:
" 'Durrant has killed that girl.'
"That was after neon Saturday, April
When tbe detectives were seeking this
information, Mrs. Noble said that she
did not know who first mentioned Dur-
raul'ri name. She did not know that
she herself had set the machinery of tho
law in operatiou against him.
Mr. Nolte, who found tho body of Min
nie Williams, said today:
Durrant's name was not mentioned
while I was at the church. In fact, I
asked Mr. Gibbon if he foiiti I out who
did it to let mo know, lie did not send
me wortl, and the first mention I knew
was in the papers."
Dr. Vogel, who was called and identi
fied the body of Minnie Williams, Baid:
"Dcrrant's name was not mentioned
at tho time the body was fouud. I heard
it first early in the afternoon. I was,
presumably, tho tlret person to tell him
that Blancho was missing. That was
tho Sunday after the disappearance,
when Detective Authony called on mo.
I told Theodore ou his way into church,
going up tho stairs. I cannot say n w
how he acted when I told htm. I had
not connected him with her absence,
and was uotou tho watch to seo how ho
The introduction ol evidence on the
part ol the defense tending to show that
Durraut had 11 good reputation previous
to his arroft for the belfry horrors has
given tbo pioseculion an opportunity to
present testimony in rebuttal which
othei wise co'iltl never havo reached tho
jury. It opens tho way for the admission
of sonio oxtrotuoly damaging facts
against the accused's character, and con
siderable surprise is expressed that
Deuprey should have taken such risks.
The Junior Endeavor of the Chris
tain church will give an entertainment
at the church on Sunday evening, Oc
tober 20th, 1893, for the benefit of the
Home Missions. Following is tbe pro
Song, by he congregation.
Jnnior Endeavor exercises.
Song, by clas3 of Juniors.
Recitations, Virgil Shupe, Lidy Kelly
and Ethel Hall.
Song, Ella Strong and Alice Mahn.
Recitations. Frank Livingston and
Solo, Miss Mettie Rapp.
Character selection, entitled, "The
Mission Locomotive," by Jnniors.
Admission free. Collection after ex
etciees. All are cordially invited to at
Report of Comstock school, District
112, for month ending Oct. 11, 1S95.
Averaging above 90:
First and second grades., Arthur Py-
burn 93: Fred Akins93: Maud Merrill
93; Luther Taylor 90.
Third grade and others. Pearl Wood
97; Cora Ambler 92; Nellie Wood 95;
Kitty Ganlt 99; Ida Akins 95; Charles
Schaffer 91 ; Bert Akins 93.
Neither absent nor tardy. Pearl
Wood, Luther Taylor, Eva Remington,
Felix Pleuard, Willie Morris. Archie
Morris, Maud Merrill, Cora Akins, Ida
Akins, Bert Akins.
Enrolled, 36; number belonging, 34;
1 ne vt . it. j. 01 rioseourg will giye a
Chrysanthemum show, about the middle
ol November. It will be held for at least
two days, at the Marks' store room.
Ladies who are not members of the Re
lief Corps are cordially invited to join
with us in making this the first show of
tbe kind ever held in Roseburg a grand
success. Premiums will be offered. An
admittance fee of 10 cents will be
charged, the proceeds to go to the relief
fund of the W. R. C. Full particulars
will be given next week. By order of
The editor of the Review iu his usual
bragadotio style, boasts that he is "ready
lo lurmsh prool" that his circulation "is
the largest of any paper iu Douglas
county." That is pretty good as a blutf.
the editor has been bragging lor years
ami prooauiv now belives ins paper is
the best and of the widest circulation
But as his readers do not believe it he
has taken a new twist on his kangaroo
tail and says he is willing to furnish
proof of it. If tbe editor's boast is
Racket Cash Systeinjat Richards Broth-
era Hacket btore.
When in need of an.nmbrella "call at
the Novelty Store, for the best, cheapest
and neatest'in town.
Call at the Novelty Store for dry goods,
famishing gooda, etc. We will sot be
O-ndkrsold. Noveltv Stote.
Choice lot of patterns and colorings in
onting flannels, opera flannels,- eider
down, etc., at the Novel 1 7 Store.
What's tbe use of paying 25 cents
when you can get a good square meal for
15 cents."rStop at the Central hotel and
Pretty as a picture might well be said
of oar baby caps and blanketsand no
one grumbles at the price. Novelty
Fabmebs: We have a large line of
underwear both cotton and woolen at ex
traordinary low priCes and yon will say
so. Novelty Store.
Shilo's Cure, thegreat Cough and Cronp
Cure, is in great deaand. Pocket size
contains twenty-five, only 25 cents.
Children love it. Sold by Druggists.
Just receitcd onr new stock of straw hats
and thocs. Straw hats at 7 cents and , .
nnSMMi'irflna caUi shoes atiiriO u, aadras-
np. Call and see Uicm at Richards Bros.
L. Langenbcrg is still on top. He
carries a loll stocc 01 cnoice music, mu
sical instruments, violin, guitars, accord-
eons etc., violin strings of best quality
always on hand.
Ten cents saved is ten cents earned.
Save ten cents by stopping at the Cen
tral hotel. A good square meal for 15
cents, beds tbe same. Board and lodg
ing only $3.50 per week.
Those having second hand Etoves,
furniture, etc., for sale can receive the
highest cash price by calling upon N.
Rice, tho furniture and supply dealer,
221-23 Jackson street Roseburg, Or.
Look in our windows, or better still, .
call in. You are always welcome.
Look atout you, our store is crowded
with nir goods; inquire prices. We are
over willing to serve yon, even though
you do not buy. Yonrs, the Novelty
We are receiving staple goods now-
suitable for the fall trade, including
boots and shoes, which we are offering
at bedrock prices. We think we are
dealing as square as our neighbors, and
certainly don't want but one price for
our goods. Call on H. C. Stanton.
Notice is hereby given to the public
by the undersigned that 1 do not allow
lead animals to lie buried on my prem
ises, at Koseburg, uregou, or garnage
dumped thereon or sand or gravel taken
therefrom., unless tbe party taking sand
or gravel first contract with me for tho
right to so do.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted ac
cording to law. A.utos Ross,
Roseburg, Oregon. March 17th, 18H5.
good we opine his proof might not be
any better. The Plaindealer cares
nothi ng about the Review's willingness
to furnish picof of its circulation. It
will fall as still-born as bis boast.
First Mortgages on Improved Farm
We are prepared to negotiate tirt-t
niorliMiies upon improved fjruia in Ore-
not I gon, with eastern parties at a rate ojfl"'
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally auil
acts directly on tho blood nnd mucuos stir-
luces 01 1110 Nysictn. hciki lor testimonials,
tree. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
boiu uy uruggists, iw.
For Sale or Rent.
Tlio Palmer sawmill. For particulars
address, E. 0. Palmer, Drain, Or.
Saturday evening, Oct. 19th. Co. A,
2nd Regt. O. N. G., will givo their nn
nual ball nt tho Armory. Tho grand
march will begin at 9 o'clock. Music by
tho Roscbunr Orchestra. A good time
Lord backville who bgureu conspicu-
ouly. and to his disgrace, in American
politics in 1SSS, Las not a very high opin
ion of politics on this hide the waters.
and has written a book entitled, "Mv
Mission to the United stales, '81, '89.
For private circulation only." He is
trying to get even ou this government
for tbe summary demand on England to
call him home as an obnoxious person in
this government, and to whom President
Cleveland sent him his passport because
nl his pragmatic meddling in politics
while 11 British minister here.
n Eastern man has hit upou a plan
hat keeps subscriptions paid up. Every
time a delinquent subscriber is mentioned
iu his paper his name is inverted. For
example, "AMlll"" UJ0-flU an' fjuiily
aro spending the week iu Chicago."
fcvery siH'ncrioer knows what it means
aud immediiitclv there is a grand rush
to get right side up again. Ex.
Gov. Evans of South Carolina is re'
sponsible for the novel information that
"God Almighty never ictonded that the
blacBtiim or lliu crow should evir eoar
up to the mouiitaiu top, where the white
eagle alotio builds her nest." Il was
never intended either to have the tail
feathers of the American eaglo pulled out
by South Carolina jays. Globo Demo
terest not to exceed 9 per cent.
Mortgages renewed that have been
taken by other companies.
Address with stamp:
Baker City, Oregon.
The Grand Excursion
From Roseburg to Portland and return
on account of the Oregon Industrial
Exposition has been definitely settled
for Oct. 16th, over fifty excursionists
having purchased tickets.
Tickets for the excursion are now on
sale at the depot and Mr. Estes requests
all who intend going to purchase tiekets
as early as possible, in order that a suffi
cient number of catches may be pro
vided to carrv the excursionists.
All persons are hereby noticed to
make immediate i-eltlement of their in
debtedness to the Iale firm of S. Marks
& Co.; otherwise tlK'same will be placed
in hands for collection. Please give this
call prumpl attention and thus avoid ad
ditional costs. Asiiek Marks,
Administrator ot ERtate of S. Marku
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins. Chatanooga
Tenn., says. "Shilo's Vitalizer saved my
life. I cunMtler it Iho liest remedy for a
debilitated system I ever used." For ,
Dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney trouble it
excels. Price 75c.
Have jou seeu tbe New Woman?
She will be at tho Baptist church Thurs
day evening, October 17th.