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ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1895.
atk or O&EGOS.
I j. ii. micncu
J J. N. Dolph
..William 1 Lord
Secretary of Stale-
1I. II. Kilicaid
G. M. Irwin
W. II. Leeds
SupU rub. Instruction ..
Attnrnev tionrral C. M. Idlcman
Member Board ot KqulUvJonA . C. Woodcock
C K. Wolvcrtoa
SA. B. Oompa.u
J. B. Kddj
I. A. JIacrum
Clerk ol Railroad Commission Lyxlell Baker
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Tn.ip. t , i C Fnllcrton
ProsecuUnj: Attorney - Geo. SI. Brown
v. s. u.s ornci, boskdc&o.
nir R- s. Sheridan
ScgUter B. M. Ycatch
C. S. WIATHEK EUUAC.
Senator llcnir Becklcj
SJ. i- ifiundcll
W. A. Fratcr
J. A. TJndcnrood
I. A. Sterling
A. y. Stearns
r. K. L. Miller
CTTT Or KOSXBCEO.
J. H. Shupe
B. W. Strong
1. F. Rice
Recorder F. SI.Zlslcx
Marshal W. K. Carroll
Treasorer J. C Sheridan
The Circtilt Court lor Douglas County meets
three times a Tear as follows: The 3a Mon
day In March, the 4th Monday In Jane, and the
in Monday in December. J. C Fnuerton of
Koscbcr? atse. Geo. M. Brown, ot Koscburg,
ConntT Court meets the 1st Wednesday after
a, ...it r r if ,..
September and November, A. F. Stearns, ol
Oakland, jndfe; C H. Manpin of Klkton
and W. I. Wilson, of Riddle, commissioners.
Probate Coart is In session continuously, A. F.
LAUREL LODGE. A. F. i A. JI-, REGULAR
meetings the 21 and 1th Wednesdays in
J. K. Wexz, W. ii.
C. W. Kaex, Sec'y.
TTMPQUA CHAPTER, SO. 1L R. A. M., HOLD
LJ their regular convocations at Masonic hall
on the Srstand third Tuesday of each month.
Visiting "T--'"- are cordially invited.
Isasoee Caxo, SecreUry.
pHILETAKIAS LODGE, NO. 8, L O. O. Y
A meeUSararday crenlss of each week at 7
o'clock In their hall at Roscbors. Members ol
the order la good standi nt are Invited to attend.
Geoece Caett, X. U.
WiTsi Joxes, Secy.
ttXIOX ENCASHMENT. NO. 9.
U Odd reUon hall nn aecnad and tonrJa
ThTrwlayt ol each month.
arc turcica 10 auesa.
JOSEPH HICELL1, Scribe.
J. SL FLETCUEB. C. 1.
rOSrnCEfi LODGE. NO. Jfi. A. O. U. YT.
ifXilBMeta tte seeesd sadiiosnh Slosday ot
eih at730 T TE. xt Odd JtVxm ' tCL
Members ol the order in good i?thHtic are in
Tlted to attend.
pXNOrOST. N0.r9, G. A. E ilEETS THE
JV a-jt and third Thersdaya pleach month.
TITOMENS KFIJFy CORPS NO.
' " wcond and
fourth Thursdays in each
TJAEiTE ALLIANCE Secular Quarterly
MecUnxr will be held at Grange Uau,
Brxeburs, the first Friday in
and June, and the third Frid
iday in September.
T OSEBDEG CHAFTEE. NO. S. O. E. S MEETS
av the second and fourth Thursdays ol each
BERTHA CABO, W. M.
DIVISION NO -ITS, B. OF L. E-, I
meets every second and fourth Sunday.
pOSEBUBG R. D. LODGE, NO. 41, L
av rsceta on Tuesday evening ol each
the Odd Fellows haTL Vhdtins alst
E. D.LODGE, NO. 41, L O.O. F.
sen weex at
nreihiEn arc invited to attend.
DOE A FLETCHER, N. C.
IVY VAN BCREN. K Sec
A LFHA LODGE, NO. 7, K. OF P., MEETS
ii. every Wednesday evening at Odd FeUom
hii Yuiung Dretnren in cuoa siTiqinc cor-
ulally tsvltea to aoesa.
Battut Cbtbcb comer ol Lane and Eos
streetSv Sunday Service: Prcachlsz, 11 a. m.
and 730 p. m.; Youn? People's Union, 6:30 run.;
Mrs. G. S. Annes, President; Sunday School, 10
c o.; James Chamberlain, Superintendent
Prayer Meeting, Thursday evening at "30.
Err. G. N. Ajrhs, Pastor.
Residence, No. fSt Main Street.
Kxtcosist Cecech corner ol Mais and Lane
streets. Sunday Service: Preaching, 11 a. m.
and 7-30 p. m.; Safcbsth school, 10 a. m.; F.
TV. Woolley, Superintendent; Class Meeting at
close cl the moTalng service; Epworth League
633 p.m. Clare Hume, President Prayer Meet
ing, Wednesday, at "30 p. m.
Rev. G. W. KiscyaKr, Pastor.
Parsonage, corner Main and Lane.
PEXSBTTXEIAS Chcech comer ol Cass and
Rose streets. Sunday Service: Puplic worship,
ajs. and 730 p. m.; Sabbath School, 10 a. m.;
1. P. S. C. E., 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednes
day, 730 p. a.
R. B. DU.VOKTH, Pastor.
The W. c. T. U. meets every second and
fourth Thursday evening at the residence ol
Mrs. Wo. Smith.
The Loyal TrxriUKCE Lzciox will meet at
the M. E. Church Wednesday t 3 p.m.
A. C. BCCKXES. scpL
J. F. BARKER & GO.
A special brand jl unsdulteratd Tea.
Is having a large salt 2?ew styles ol
Glass and Delf Ware
astosishlnr low vrlces.
Toms iocs are -
Qnr own canned I
SnrttTor Will P.
Attorney nt Law,
Room 2. Markers Bulldlnc. - KOSEiiUT.li, OR.
rap-Business before the U.S. Land Office and
nuniug cases a specialty.
Late Receiver U. 3. Land Office.
CEOEGE 31. BEOWN.
TjKOWlf & TUSTHT,
Rooms 7 and 8
o i WIImju Block.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will practice in all th courts of the State. Of
flee in the Court House, Douglas county, Or.
Q A. SEHT.BREDK,
Attorney at Law,
Office over the ItoBle3 on Jaekaou street.
Attorney at Law,
R. COFFil AN,
Physician and Surgeon
(U. S. Examining Sunrcou.)
OFFICE. Rooms G and T Mantcrs' Buildlnc.
Residence. First door South of Mrs. Currier
W Special attention to Surgery and tb
Diseases of Women.
jf J. UZ1AS, .n. V.,
Physician and Surgeon,
OSre in S. Marks A Co-'s Block, upstairv.
Calls promptly anwcrvtl day or nigbL
La Fayette Lane.
JPDOE L. LolV.MJt.UY
JANE & LOTJGHARY,
Attorneys it Counselors at L:iw
V ill practice ia all the etrarU uf Oitruo. Of
fice in the Tiltr- WiLuo Muck.
anil Notary l'ulillc.
Omci: In Court House.
Orders for Surrerine and Fidd Notes should
be addressed to Vt ill 1. Ucydou, County Sur;
TJ. S-Deputy Mineral Sancyor
and Notary Public
Ornci: County Jail BaQdicz. cp atain.
V Special attention paid to Transfers and
Address, K05KBUKG. OIL
L. MILLER, 2d. D.,
Surgeon and Homoeopathic
ftjg' Chnwiir iffaraara a pccialty.
JERRY J. WILSOM,
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
4ii Jackson Street,
At Lncnscn's Cisar Factory. KOEBUEG.
VaWAll Kepalrluc cutruntcU to
my care will be PROJIPTtY and
aars rtle aa 12a H
H. C. STANTON
Has just received a new an! tsteniivc stock o
DRY : GOODS
Ladles' Dress Goods, Kibbons, Trimming?,
Laces, Lie, Etc
-ALSO A PISE STOCK OP
BOOTS AftD SMOJKS
Of the beat quality and flniah.
Wood, Willow and Glass Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc,
Also on hand In larg quanlitle and at prices to
jalt the tunc. Also a urge stoca ox
WTilch la offered at coat price. A fell and
elect tuck uf
Constantly on hand. AUotbe
LATJST NOVELTIES IN STATI0XEH).
Oeneral urent for everr variety oi abacrlpUon
books and periodicals published In the United
mate, rersona wianinz resainz mailer oi any
auia wiu ao 10 give me a eau.
CAff I OIITAIN A PATENT? For a
prompt answer and an boneat opinion, write to
Si lis M a.- nt.. who bin bad nearlrflftT Tears'
experience In the patnit baalnpes. Commanlca
firm frir.lv rnnflrtpntlAl. A llnndbook of
formation conccmlna I'nlrn: and bow to ob
tain tbem aent Itc. Also a caulogao ot mechan
ical and scientific books ncnt free.
Patents taken tbrouuli Mnnn & Co. receive
r pedal notice in the Hclentlflc Ainrrirnn. and
thos are brought wlrtelr before Ibn pnMlcwlth
ont coat to the Inventor. Tbls snlcndld pspr,
Itaned weekly, elegantly lllnf tratel,baa by far tbe
Unreal nrrnlallrm of anr scientific work In tho
world. 83 a year. 6mn1; coplw
I a year. Hlnzlo
tifnl nl.tM in Volora. Rnd nhntneranha nf new
ea. T25 cents. Kvery namiKT contains reu.
bonaes, wltb plana, enabling builders to ahow tbo
tsteat dealenaand aecor contrarta. Anoreas
MUN.V A CO, New VOIIK, 3UI IlllOADWAT.
EalarraDJxi't,na!;l'lwok!''i n tn.l.
reruacentKMitlbn. riclaalTr Unltuy.
KircrlMc unntcwaorr I'"rtil.'ar
rommlnlon to oal part-
llfn. arrnta. Lar?Ht
, !.. G'jr Corn
j&LK m (V fortboirrhard.
lawn and cardrn.
V'W' (lie fruit luooitry ia o
dranctDie'it. Otitflt andfnll par
.u nnnwM bkcis. txj.. nur.
rclitblr. Nairn Ibla pajxr. Ed
.rrrr.en. I'ortuna. uviv
masWTrTro TD l nciiiTIsdr
mkVM CHI 0. 1 nAUL lYlAKKSaW
(Successor to J. JASKUU:K.)
Practical : Watchmaker, ; Jeweler : and : Optician.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELUY. AND FANCY !OODS.
Cwouuiito lirtivillluii li2yo Glsets autl Spcctttcles
A COMl'I.KTE STOCK Of
Cutlery, Notions, Tobacco, Cigars and Smokers' Articles.
Also Uroprlotor and Manager of Kosoburg's Famous Hargain Store.
AHu: f, V l. v.f. ill, ll,..Ji.
THIS IS FIRST CLASS PLOWIHG WEATHER.
We have just received a large shipment of the famous
O L I XZ E R PLOWS.
These are the BEST ON EARTH.
CHURCHILL, WOOLLEY & HNZIE'S
Roseburg Hardware Go.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
Stock Raugcs, Timber Lauds aud Mining Properties,
Prime and Hop Lauds of best quality, iu choice locatious,
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasouable
prices and eas' terms. Inquire of
ID. S- KL BXJICKI,
alCaw? H mat beL9 XaaaaM
Vt capacities varying ironi i to 25
horse power affords the most con
venient, economical and reliable
power for all light service. One of
these may be seen running at this
office. Send for circulars.
THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.,
121 Main Street, San Francisco, Cal.
THE THIRD ADDITI0M
The JIOIVC Farm,
ted and is now ou the market
3, 20, 30, and 40 acres, ranging in price from $25 to $100
Any one wantiug a
or a suburban home eau
4 a -a
All lots sold in First
thau doubled iu value. The
the future. More fortunes
ing town or city thau any
For information or
Estate Office, or on
mt k ysBflBjsX JBBBBaaflanICf7lflBfniflflflCIBwMSMn
THE POSITIVE CURE.
I ELY BROTHERS. U Warren BV, New YOTk. IMco to ets.1
181 II I
. ' .
east of town, has beeu plat
iu Lots and Blocks coutaiuiug
fruit, vegetable or chicken farm
now be accommodated on easy
4 . -4
Brookside addition have more
prospect is much better for
are made in lauds near a grow
other way. Sieze the oppor
conveyance, call at ony Rea
Edward Kidiurd has been hurdini; U.
W. Stoplion'u turkoya during Iiis ubseuco
nttuuding tliu fair ut 1'ortland.
hast week wo noticed C. A. McNabb
liuuliug n load of sidewalk lumber to
Hosoburg to repair Bidewalks witli, uever-
ttiolcss, wo nro glad to note tbo favor T.
W. Willin'o lumber is gaining daily.
Ed. Thompson passed tbrougli tho
valley, last week, en route to Green vul
Ioy after an absonco of one month at
A number of the young people of Cala
pooia attended the daneo at T. W. Wil-
lin'8 mill, anil report having had u good
G. V. Stephens, Joo. Farnsworth,
HoblrWiniford, Ed. Stearns.Frtsd Bishop,
Mesdames Dwight Kcod, G. W. Stephens,
Miss Kittio Farnsworth. Tho above is a
list of the Calapooia people who attendod
the Mechanics Fair ut Portland, last
week. Anyone acquainted wilh tho
above, kuow them to be a fair represenla
toiii of the buoinesi iiiltribls uf this
place, aa well as a fair social representa
tion. O. K. accompanied thu party as a
kind of balance wheel to control the ex
clamations of surprise of tho parties on
viewing the metropolian city.
Uu the night of the ISth, at about l'J
o'clock, the hop dryer and 6lore house of
& Hay was discovered to
be ou fire. A number of ueigbbors
mahed to tho scene, but to no avail, as
the entile structure, hops and all were
consumed by the flames. Tho origin of
the Ore is unknown as then- had leen no
fire about the premisei since the hops
were dried, over a month ago. Every
fhin; seems to have been partly covered
L. Perdue, proprietor of thu Kvchcster
Flouring Mill, is running his mill to its
utmost capacity on cuetoiu wjik, and
will manufacture a large amount of wheal
ho has pnrcli&jeil iuto flour as soon as
possible. By fair dealing and good work,
Mr. Perdue has built up his mill trade
far beyond his expectation.
J. P. Slarr, our road supcrvirir. has
done a god lot of work in the 6liae of
graveling. To the satisfaction of all con
cerned, the old feeling lor a division ol
this dbtrlcl has died out under Jim's
good management, and the county board
should be Given crvUit lor so etucicnt a
selection for road supervisor.
T. P. Gossip shipped his bacon to tho
Foggy mornings and sunshiny after-j
Church at the Calapooia school hougo
on the 20ih, by Hcv. John L. Jones.
Dtigut Ifeetl ia fattening about onts
hundred head of ho.
Jesso Shambroofc of Colc9 valley (visseil
through this valley, last week, with a
uand of hogs he purchased in the vicinity
f Klkton. Jess will feed his entire corn
crop to hogs this season.
County Commissioner JIaupin passed
thioogh Ihis valley, lait week, after the
Deardortr band of cattle that he pur
Kobert Wilcox uml Edward Ellison of
loscburg paid us a tlyius vi-jit on their
heels on the -0th.
Mrs. E. G. and J. E. Youug wero visit
ing on tlie Ualapoota, lost week, tne
guests of Mrs. C. A. McNabb.
John Ellisou ha; leased one hundred
ncrea o! . I. Day's i.illlo leunesseo
farm and will plant the same to wheat.
A farewell jwtrty was given to the nu
merous friends of Mr. John Kcrley and
family at their residence, ou the night of
the l'Jth inst.,andthe numerous friends
of the family bid tbem farewell ere their
departure for Grants I'ass, of which we
made mention before. Mrs. E. G.
Biughu will aceomiany tho Kerley fam
ily as far as Jump-off-Joe.
U. P. Jack.
Itov. Jones of Koscburg was on our
George Shaiubrook of Umpqua Feiry
was iu town several daja last week.
Mrs. E. II. Henderson went to Albany
riday to visit relatives.
Miss Lillian Hall leaves soon to visit
relatives iu Portland.
Mrs. Dave Clements of Hosebuig was
visiting relatives here last week.
Wo are pleased to nolo that Mrs. C.
II . Medley is nble to get out mid enjoy
eome of thu sunshine.
E. G. Youn;: & Co shipped a tine lot
of veal lo Portlaud last Thursday moru-
Messrs. S. ICelloy and P. Parker went
into the mountains on a hunting aud
camping outing last week.
Hevereud Waul, tho Adveut minister,
left with his family Tuesday of laet week
for Walla Walla. They will stop in
Portland a hhort time.
Mr. McFarland, our undertaker, made
a tiip to Portland recently to have his
eyes examined for the removal ol cata
rjcts that aro growing over them, but
found it too soon to havo the" operation
Hob Medley returned on Sunday's lo
cal from thu Portland excursion.
Miss Maud Ueokloy was tho recipient
of a new piauo last week, and judging
from tho molodics that eminate irom
that source, Miss Maud is enjoying her
present very much.
Itov. Shauglo's youngest child, whom
wo mentioned last week, has been suffer
ing uulold agonies from tho hum. At
last accounts tho child was resting quito
easv. but it will bo several weeks before
it can recover its usunl health.
Wo wish to correct our last week'B
statement as to Sunday services iu add!
lion lo those given, ltev. Junes of Koso
burg, Southern Methodist minister, holds
Eurvi.-e on tho first Sunday of each
mouth, morning and evening.
Mr. T. J. Wilson, attorney at law aud
notary public, has lately located here
Wo wish him success.
It was quito a lively time at the depot
tho morning of the excuruion last Wed
nesday. There were about -10 excursion
ists from hero and vicinity. The train
came in from Kuseburg with three cars
well filled with excursionists, thu Oak
land car making four coaches of passen
gers from Douglas county. Wosawfjuite
a number of familiar faces from Rose
burg. Mr. E-iloa, thu S. P. agent, was
out in all his glory. Everybody eeemed
to 'e well pleased aud glad they wero
going to see the sights. No doubt they
will feel well paid for time and money
speut on the trip. Tkiliiv.
The health of this valley is excellent.
Tho furmers arc all making the best of
this fine weather by hauling in their
winter supplies, preparing ground for
tho plow, fixing fences, etc.
Bill Reynolds has his house pretty
well advanced towards completion.
John Byron has been making some
improvements on the Wells' place.
Mr. Newland's new house is beginning
to loom up like "six bits in a fog" and
looks as though Tom does not intend to
be left behind iu the way of improve
ment. James McCulloch has just completed
an extension to the stage-barn.
James Byron, thu Olalla rustler, is
creating quite a smoke ou his farm just
now. He too is making some substan
Mr. Olliyant'a new house is nearly
complete. I am informed that Hamilton
Bushncll will occupy the same when it is
In the r.'-UNDEALKi: of the 17th itistin
the Olalla items. "Occasional" accuses
me of emoothing over and of making
unjustified asseitions. I will simply say,
(inasmuch as I am to be held by the
shoulder while Billy and Occasional
slaps me in the face) that my stamps
cost Occasional nothing, and while it is a
fact that stamps are greatly needed at
home, I have not drank up nor gambled
olT, nor had our home sold under moit-
gago aud if Occasional could truthfully
say the same, I would ask him for the
loan of a postage stamp. Allen.
Oregon aud Happy Homes.
Oregon climatn is simply getting in
and showing Eastern visitors how fair
the sun can shine in Otober, the season
of the "sear and vellow leaf." Our cli-
mate incomparable, the old myth about
iou ieremai rainy seasons is no longer
reriously spoken of in the East. Oregon
climate has its distinct seasons spring,
eumineti autumn and winter, but the
weather ia seldom extreme -heat, wot or
cold. Cotuo and see us and you will be
satisfied that Oregon, and especially
Douglas county, excels all other lands in
healthful climate, fertile soil, aud every
thing to make happy homes, and to the
iudustrious toiler that competence eo
hardly gained in other lands. Come,
visit Douglas county and test the truth
of the above.
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 Iks
compelled to commence levying upon
property for delinquent taxes by Oc
tober 21st, lS'Jo. 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 bo strictly enforced and costs and
mileage added. A. F. SmAims,
' C. II. M.vun.v,
W. L. Wilson.
McC! alien Hotel Leased.
Hoseiickg, Or., October 14, IS'Jj.
To (he Public: On account of poor
lealth, I have leased the McClallen
House and retired from business.
D. C. McClallen.
KoKiiri;u, Or., Octolier 14, 1SI5.
To (if Public: I have leased the Mc-
Clalleu House aud will take possession
on the loth dav of October, 1S'J5, and
hope to havo the patronage of the pub
ic, as I shall keep the house and its
surroundings first class.
Mus. D. C. MlCl.Al.LKN.
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 clothing and drv goods? The
answer to the latter question might be
readilv answered bv saving, 'Go to the
Square Deal store of Wollenberg & Ab
raham, where aro kept large supplies
suitable for the wants of all, and which
they will dispose of for greenbacks, gold
or silver, at very reasonable rates."
Liveriue," manufactured by the An
chor S Chemical Co., tho great layer,
Kiduey and Constipation cure. An in
fallible remedy for all curable tonus of
diseases of those organs. The ureatcst
knows remedy for Indigestion, fry it,
For salo at M. F. Kapp's drug store,
State of Ohio, citv of Toledo,
lccas uountv, 1
Frank J.Ciieeny miikcsoath that lio is (lie
minor imrlner of tlio lirm of F. J. Liiksky
... .I..!,.., t.ti.lti..u- fit !... I'tt.. ..f
County nixl Statu ulorvMtM, nnl 0m t miUI Una
win l'iiy iuu sum 01 u.e iiu.Miur.n dul-
IjAKs for each 11ml every ohm: of i'atarrii
that cannot bo coral by tho use of Hall's
CATAKIlll CURB. Fli.VMv J. CHENEY
sworn w boloro mo and subscribed in mj-
lircscuco mis 0111 nay 01 iwceniuer, a. v., ism.
Hall's Catarrh Curu is taken internally ami
acta ulreetlv on tho blotxl ami muctios sur
faces of tho system, soml lor testimonials
Irce. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O,
sold uy uniEgiMs.7sc.
Grain bags and twine for salo by Sol
Abraham, and tho highest market price
in cash will bo paid by him for grain,
delivered at his warehouse at Roseburg.
New S. P. Cut Rates.
To .San Francisco by rail in 24 hours
for $20, including Pullman, or for $10,
including tourist accommodations this
was the news contained in a dispatch
from .San Francisco published yesterday.
Inquiry at thu local offices of the South
ern Pacific confirmed the dispatch.
Commencing Monday, October 21
that company will operate an extra pas
senger train, made up exclusively of five
Bleeping cars, to be known as the
"Shasta Limited," which will make one
round trip every five days between San
Francisco and Portland. All tickets sold
for the passage by this tram will include
sleeper privileges, so that passengers will
have berths whether they want them or
not, as on ocean steamers. Practical!)
the Southern Pacific cells its usual first
class ticket to San Francisco and throws
in Pullman privileges free. This means
a saving of f5 on the trip to passengers
by this train. The ordinary second-class
fare, including tourist sleeper, is $16.50
but by the Shasta Limited it will be $10.
The Shasta Limited will be the fastest
tegular train ever run lietwceu Portland
aud San Francisco, making the trip, ac
cording to the dispatch, iu au even day;
but local officials think it will not be
under 28 hours. This is a great saving
in time as against the 38 hours required
by the ordinary trains to make the dis
tance. The Shasta express will not in
any way interfere with the present Oregon-California
service; that is to say,
the other trains will run as usual, with
day coaches, Pullman's and tourist
The Shast-t Limited will change en
gines attout five times between Portland
and San Francisco. Formerly engines
were rarely run over 100 miles, but with
the huge modern engines such as first
class railroads have now in service, runs
of about 200 milrs are the role.
Probably the only stops which wiil be
made by the Shasta Limited between
Portland and Saa Francisco are Salem,
Albany, Eugene, Hoeeburg, Ashland,
Dunsmuir, Keddiug, Ited Bluff, Marys-
ville and Sacramento. Oregonian.
Touch Them On the Raw.
We. are constrained once more to feel
around the short ribs of those gentlemen
who do not like to have us go abroad for
fads regarding the lottery industry in
England, and state that according to the
Staffordshire Sentinel of August 3, 1895,
the pottery manufacturers over there are
pushed to keep up wilh orders. Tbe
shipments of earthenware from Liver
pool to the United States in the week
ending July 20th were 2,SoO packages, as
as against 1,37 packages in the cor
resiouding week last year, being rather
more than Unable the number. The
total shipment; for the eriord from July
20th, were 07,011, :u compared with
31,55G in the same period last year, be
ing an increase of 32,450 packages.
Bough a Laugh For $50.
A society girl, one of whose greatest
! attractions is a soft, little musical laugh,
I entertained an interested group lately
with au account uf how that prominent
charm of hera was acquired. "Very few
persons have, as you ail know," she
said, "an agreeable laugh. I had simply
nothing that could be cdled such in my
possession. The lack made me seem
grim and loo far from merry to bo a sue
cessful companion. So I took lessons
of au actor and learned the mechanism
of forced laughter. This I practiced and
improved myself till I had the art to er
fection, and it became second nature. It
cost tne $50 to buy my laugh, but I would
not part wilh it for thousands."
It is a great satisfaction to the readers
of the boastful "twice a week Review.1
to scan its col u 111 us and thus gain a
knowledge of its extensive circulation
autl uf passing events. Were it not for
the daily Plainuealek the Review would
be at a loss for much of the news items
ontained iu its columns. The Plain-
dealek willingly furnishes these items to
the Review, aud without any braggadocio
submits its claims to the favor of the
reading public, knowing that its true
worth is appreciated.
Louisiana has just sold some state
bonds at par for the first time since the
war. llus improvement ol Iter credit is
due to the adjustment of much of he de
linquent indebtedness by compromise
ind the prompt payment of interest on
her obligations for the past twelve years ;
and it is quite likely that the removal of
the lottery reproach has also helped to
give her a better financial standing.
American workingmon to the number
of several million aro still waiting for a
restoration of th' wages which they re
ceived during protection' limes iu IS'.)-,
and they kuow thoy will not get them
until the tariff' law lus beeu revised 011
protection lines oy a republican con
gress, aud the bill has been signed by a
The Massachusetts, Democrats com
mend the Cleveland administration for
its conduct of foreign affairs; but such
111 inducement counts for nothiug in a
stalo where it is certain to bo voted
down by 11 large majority
Uncle Sam exacts the coming session
of congress to provide him with a sufli
cient revenue and woe lo to tho free
traders if the obstinate man they hayo
put in oltlce bhould veto the bill that pio
It is edifying to learn from the Porte's
reply to the j iui note of tho Bit p iwers
that the TurWc are inoffensive victim- of
Armenian ferocity. It ii the duty of the
powers to see that tho lowly Turk u pro
Cleveland has guno back to Washing
tou, but the vigorous foreign policy
The Cubitis are doiug the striking, but
it is the Spaniards who will have to walk
For Sale or Rent.
The Palmer sawmill. For particulars
address, E. C. Palmer, Drain, Or,
A Salzuiati. thelreliable jeweler.
J. T. Bryan, the Busy Watchmaker.
Go to A. C. Marsters & Co. for school
For first-class dentistry go to Dr. Little
Get your fchool books at Marsters'
Thc'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 60110," 50 cents per suit,
at the Novelty Store.
Key West, imported aud domestic
cigars at the Roseleaf.
Myrtle Creek flour, only 180 cents per
sack. Delivered free. A. C. Hons.
Guess the price on'our all wool shirt
ing ; tho price will surprise you, at the
For good substantial blacksmithing
cheap, go to McKiuuey & -Manning,
The GOLDEN fleeck brand of yarn and
zephyrsais the 'Jjest. Sold only by the
$ $ $ saved by trading under tbe
Racket Cash System at Richards Broth
era' Racket Store.
When in need of an.umbrella 'call at
the Novelty Store, for the best, cheapest
and neatestlin town.
Call at the Novelty Store fordry goodB,
furnishing goods, etc. We will sov be
unokbsold. Noveltv Stoie.
Choice lot of patterns and colorings in
outing flannels, opera flannels, eider
down, etc., at the NoveltyJStore.
What's tbe use of paying 25 cents
when you can get a good square meal for
15 cenls.Stop at the Central .hotel and
Pretty as a picture might well be said
of our baby'eui and blanketsgand no
one grumoies at tne price, novelty
Farmers: We have a large line of
underwear both cotton and woolen at ex
traordinary low rniCES and you will Bay
so. Novelty More.
Sbilo's Cure, thegreat Cough and Croup
Cure, is in great deaand. Pocket size
contains twenty-five, only 2o cents.
Children love it. Sold bv Druggists.
, L. Langenburg is still ou top. He
carries a full stock of choice 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 tbe Cen
tral hotel. A good square meal for 15
cents, beds the same. Board and lodg
ing only $3.50 per week.
Those having second hand Btoves,
furniture, etc., for sale can receive the
highest cash price by calling upon N.
Rice, the furniture and supply dealer,
221-J3 Jackson street Roseburg, Or.
Look in our windows, or better still,
call iu. You are alvays welcome.
Look aDout you, our store is crowded
with mric jw.U; inquire piices. We are
ever willing to serve you, even though
you do not buy. Yours, 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 II. C. Stanton.
Notice is hereby given to the public
by the undersigned that I do not allow
dead animals to be buried on my prem
ises, at Roseburg, Oregon, or garbage
dumped thereon or sand or gravel taken
therefrom, unless the party taking sand
or gravel first contract with me for the
right to so do.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted ac
cording to law. Aaron Bosk,
Roseburg, Oregon, March 17th, lS'Jo.
First Mortgages on Improved Farm
We are prepared to negotiate first
mortgages upon improved farms iu Ore
gon, with eastern parties at a rate of in
terest not to exceed ! p-r ccut. per
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 ot the Oregon Industrial
Exposition has been definitely settled
for Oct. 10th, over fifty excursionists
having purchased tickets.
Tickets for the excursion are now 011
sale at the depot and Mr. Estes requests
nil who intend going to purchase tiekets
as early as possible, in order that a suffi
cient number of coaches may be pro
vided to carrv the excursionists.
persons are hereby
AU persons are hereby noticed to
make immediate pettleuient of their in-
delitedness to the Iuto firm of S. Marks
& Co.; otherwise tho same will be placed
iu hands for collection. Please give this
call prompt attention and thus avoid ad
ditional costs. Asuek Makks,
Administrator of Estate of S. Marks
& Co. m
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins. Chatanooga
Teun.. says, "cMuloV Vitalizer saved my
life. I consider it tho best remedy for a
debilitated system I over used." For
Dyspepsia, Liver or Kiduey tiouble it
excels. Prico 75c.
A small farm near tho school and post
offico. Reasonable terms. Address or
enquire of W. R. Wulls, P. M., Olalla,
Douglas county, Oregon.
For Salo" Old papers, at
at 25 cents per hundred.