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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1895)
OCTOBER 21. 1S95.
fsr.r iho Jaded nnd fiooa
Health for nil Mankind.
lit S VEGETABLE SUKSAPARILLA.
Nood of aU
Its lni puri
n mitifc it i
events Urrxl fl
Ci staggering pea-
oars, spots before tie
eves, LeadicLo, bil
ioasaess,ooratipatjoa of bowels, pains in
tongue coiled, fjJol
breath, pimples on
i facebodj and limb,
eases of thestomach,
liter and kidney, t.
QToj,s YejeUbJe Su
U. S. Department of Agriculture
RreXBUts, Ore-, Octobers, 1535.
p.,,-,. 15 a. . racific time-3313J.
a-lTSX , p- rx. PaciSc time SaiT.
11 axlraca tecpcratre, M.
U2slns tesperatsre. -is.
p.'-'.-! lor the 21 bosrs eagles 5 p. rs,, .a.
ToUl rainfall ice 1st ol meath, . 6
Avcrtre nirJall lor this xseath far 17 years.
Toul rilalaU trass rpt. 1. 1S&, to da:e,i.7-
Average monthly rainfall from Sept. 1, lias, to
Aeeasslited exee&s irss Sept. 1, 1535, to
Average predpitauea far IS vet souas.
Titos. Giesax. Observer.
mako this tho event of the Beason. Full
particulars later on.
"1 differed with female troubles, but
Hood'a Sarsaprilla has given nio good
health." Mrs. A. 1). Barker, Kugono
Cabin passage to the city was adver
tised last weok at $5. At one time tho
price was 20, but tho figures luivo
gradually been reduced. Coos Bay
Hie Burglar at the Rosoburg theater
last night was witnessed by a moderato
eired and appreciative audience. It is a
splendid play ami was fairly acted, thero
being a notabble absence ot "sticks" in
Frank Bigger, the genial proprietor of
the Central Hotil, is doing a flourishing
business notwithstanding the general de
pression. He seta a good tablo, his
prices are low and he makes every effort
to please his patrons.
Children's clothing at eiwf ami some
for les3 than cost. I have also, a nice
line of meu's and young men's clothing
which will be sold at very low prices.
Call and look over our stock before buy
ing. The Novelty Store.
Doctor Strange will be in Myrtle
Crock on Octolwr 27, 2S, 29 and 30,'and
desires that those desiring his services
meet him there. He will be prepared
to make and insert plates, fdl and treat
diseased teeth and extract without paitii
Parties desiring monumental work
will do well to call on D. l.oonev. at the
Koseburg marble works on Oak street
opposite the hardware store of Churchill,
oolley A McKenxte. These works are
turning out some fine specimens of mon
The picture of style, beauty and relia
bility, all the merits of fashions weaves
and colors, all tho virtures that dress
goods ouht to possess, are combined in
the fabrics which we now offer. That
the trices are the Lowes'- we leave von
to judge. Novelty Store.
The "perfidy and dishonor" Tariff has
brought back to the farmers of tho corn
ksus toe pnvuepe. or necessitv. or
whatever it is, o! using their corn for
fuel. The markets of the world are open
to them, but the best market they find
for their chiet product is in their own
Ponujco, Or-, oetster :-L 13; i; a. c
Weather iorecu. is? the aext 36 hours, lor
Eixcbcrr. asd vkiahy:
TbcrvUy aad Frjdxr. lair weather, stxlioaxry
I'asCe. Local Kerecajt OScial.
by some of the lea ling vocalists of Rose
burg and by tho conductor Prof. V. C.
Aylesworth. Judging from tho interest
already manifested this will bo the
music! event of this season.
Krom Wednesday's Dally.
Tho far mors aio sighing for rain.
F. P. Jasmann of Portland is in
J. I. Galvin of Grants Pass is in
Curtis Levens of Canyonvillo is iu
J. G. Fuller of San Francisco is in the
Nels Peterson of Starveout is iu town
J. K. Farmor of Wolf Creok is in town
W. P. Smith of Portland is in tho city
B. A. Day of Klamath Falls Is iu town
I). S. Tracy of Yoncalla is at the Mc-
A. J. Seely of Marshfield is at the Van
B. P. Michelson of Situ Francisco is in
W. It. Falliu of Grants Pass is in the
Geotgo Gumbert of Kalatna is in the
A. Kirkland of Springfield is
I). Frank ell of San Francisco ia at
J. L. Cameron of Anaconda is a guest
at tho Van Houteu.
0. E. Clark of San Francisco is a guest
at the Van Houten.
The Shasta Limited went through ou
time at 9:S0 last night.
F. S. Moore and family of Gold Beach
are guests at the McClallen.
G. W. Peters of Oakland was in the
city today on business of importance.
Jas. Batty of Oakland made the Plain
dealer & pleasant call while in town yes
terday. N. 0. Albro of Canyonville, who has
been taking in the exposition at Port-
Great thing this privilege of buy- land, is in the city.
New goods at Caro Bros.
Mrs. Long of Oakland is in the city.
Bert Weyle of Rending is in the city
John Davidson of Oakland is in town
J. L- Blair of Santa Fe is at thf Mc-
icg where yon can buy cheapest and sell
ing where you can sell dearest until you
come to try it.
Mr. John Jamieson and Miss Lillie
GQliland were united in marriage by
Rev. Dilwcrth, at the residence of the
bride's mother in this city, last night.
Forty or more guest were present to wit
ness the ceremonj and join in the festivi
ties of the occasion. Both bride and
groom have a large circle of warm friends
in this community, who join the Puiin-
dealek in wishing them a pleasant
voyage on matrimonial seas.
Dan Card well has a fac-simile copy of
ftlie first pajr published in America,
the Boston News Letter, dated 1701, also
an original copy of the LTster Gazette
containing the announcement oi Wash
ington's death, printed 05 years ago. It
Mrs. Abuer Riddle and Mrs. S. S.
Catching of Kiddle are visiting Mrs. B.
F. Lohr of this city.
Mrs. C. 3. Cannon returned from Port
land yesterday. Claude will remain in
Portland and engage in business there.
W. Taylor Dement, and Mrs. Louisa
Dement and Mrs. Haines of Myrtle
Point are stopping at the Van Houten.
The second trial of tho Hoover-Prcct
case at Looking Glass yesterday, resulted
in a verdict of $11 in favor of the defend
Mrs. Hobson. an elderly lady, died
suddenly last uight at the home of her
son-in-law, Geo. Brown, at Brockway, of
hemmorage of the lungs.
C. L. Kester of Olalla made the Piu'-
Dnvt-EU a pleasant call today. Mr. Kes
ter is a wide awake citizen and conse-
Bcginnlng of the End.
San Fkancisco. Oct. 12-Gener.tl Diek-
iuson this morning iinnoun-ed that ho
had no further witnesses to call In de
fense of Theodore Durrant. Calling wit
nesses in rebuttal was thoreforo begun by
Tho first sten was to refute llio siaie-
ment of Durrant that tho trustees of tho
church asked him to repair the gas fix
tures at the church last April. l.D.
Colo, C. G. Noble, Joseph Davis, Andrew
Spaulding and A. D. Vogcl, trustees of
the church, when called to the stand,
testified that thoy did uot ask Durrant to
C. V. Dodge, n medical student, testi
fied that on the afternoon of April 13th
ho saw Durrant at tho forty, and tho pris
oner told him ho was waiting lor mem
bers of tho sigual corps, whom he ex
pected from Oaklaud.
C. A. Dukes, who accompanied Dodge,
corroborated this testimony. Tho testi
mony is important, from thb fact that
Durrant said when ou the stand that he
was at iho ferry for the purposed search
ing for Blanche Lament, who, u myster
ious strauiier had told him. would cross
the bay that afternoon
A. A. Hobe, an old schoolmate of Dur
rant, testified that on the same afternoon,
he saw the prisouer at the ferry in com
pany with a young woman who answered
the description of Minnie Williams
Minnie Williams came over from her
homo in Alauieda that night, and next
dav her body was found in Emanuel
church. Tho theory of the prosecution is
that, instead of being at the ferry to fol
low up a clev of Blanche Latnont, Dur
rant was there for thb purpose of meet
ing Miss WilliamB and luring her to her
E. A. Glascr. a Btudont at the medical
college, testified that on April 10th, Dur
rant asked him to read his notes to Dur
rant, who devoted three-quarters ot an
hour to writing them in his own note
book. Defen-e tried to show that it was
the custom for students to compare notes,
bat G laser said Durrant read nothing
that purported to be hi own notes.
District Attorney Barnes said today at
noon that ttie testimony in reouttai
would be finished by tomorrow night
The argument of the case will, therefore
probably begin the last of the week.
his natiio. He wants to fight JamoH J.
Corhett, and ho wants to fight for the
purso ottered by tho Florida Athletic
Olub and stakes uf $10.00 J h side. If
the Florida .Uhleliu Club is unwilling or
tinahlH to cam- out its part of the con
tract, in so f.tr us tho p'irr.o iHcomerned, president's carriage drawn ly four white
thou Robert Fitziiuimons will, on Octo- horses, dashed around tho corner of tho
bor 31, take James J. Cortiett to any Million, the crowd recognized I hu portly
part of the glotio within tho reach of both form of the piesiJont, and a mighty
men ami there and then fight him to a chter went up, which grow and de-
finish fur a $10,000 side stako, each man veloped iuto a roar as the linoofcarri-
tu select six men and those only to bo ages sped rapidly up Pryor street through
present at the light. I do not care to the masa of enthusiastic humanity.
mince matters. 1 simply want to state
and btatu it strong, that if James J. Cor
hett and Robert FitzsituiuotiH du not
meet nud fight October 31 it will be by
no reasoii or fault of Robert Filzsim-mons."
Stuart and Vundig now state that in
view of Fitzsimmons, arbitrary stand
the contract between the club and fight
er.', so far as it relates to Fitzsimmons,
abrogated. The club now stands ready
to offer a new contract which compre
hends a modification of the purse offered
i l - l . l. . ti . . .. . . . .1 u
the original copies now extant, and lias 1ueau luo 1
been in the possession of the Cardwell
I Rev. Worthen, the evangelist and
w T r!-rrr p.,ri,r,.i U .i iv,A Mr. thousands of fac-simnc conies of this fa- Gospel temperance lecturer, left on this
ntallVn moos edition printed at the time of the mornin'a overland for Grants Pass, after
n . r ns.i.i ; ,k .JCentenial Exposition, but the original giving
I copies are few and far between.
Dave Magnes ofCequiile is at the
II . C. Webster of Portland is a guest at
R. P. Fabj f Portland is registered at
the Van Hosten.
J. L. Bowman of Salem is a guest at
the Van Houten.
Fred G. Waite of ML. Pleasant, Iowa,
is in the city today.
Mrs. M. Taylor ol l'ortland i regis
tered at the Van Houten.
Jack Dempey, the pugilist, is dying
of consumption at bis home in Porland
Blankets! Good qality at low prices;
also baby blankets at the Noyelty Store.
TV. F. Benjamin, who has K-en quite
ill for the pan week, is tmprovin
H. M. Martin the grain merchant of
Rceebnrg will pay cash for merchantable
wheat and cats.
Geo. McDocgel! of Scotts valley was an
interested srctator of "The Burglar" at
the Eosebarg theater last night.
Hair OmamtnU, Purttt, Pocltt Booktl
New line of the latest novelties. Call
and see them at the Novelty Store.
Call and examine the tew goods at
the Varietv store, one block east of the
depot, corner of Tine and I-ane Streets
li yen don't waut to suffer with corns
and bunions, have your boots and shoes
made at L. Lanzenburg's. Impairing
neatly and promptly done.
Our Oakland correspondence was re
ceived to late for poblieation in Mon
dav's issue. It will be found on the
first page of today's paper.
Dr. J. W. Stransre has leased rooms in
embarked and woro escortod to carriages
bv tho reception committees and driven
lo the Hotel Aragou, thfir dunlination,
before tho expectant crowds realized
that tho distinguished visitors had
reached tho rifv. Nevertheless, as the
Highest of aU in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Mr. Cleveland was iu evident ixx
humor and bowed responses to the con
tinuum ovation ho received all tho way
lo his hotel. Secretary Carlislo, who,
with Mrs. Carlisle, rode iu the second
carriage, was cheered frequently, and
Hoko Smith, who lound himself on his
native heath, was given a hearty recep
tion. At tho Aragon tho party was
made comfortable until 7 p. m. At that
hour tho ladies were escorted to the
Grand opera house, where they were the
guests of Mrs. lloka Smith at a box
THE CITY COUNCIL.
to $2,000 at most, and fixing tho dato of party to see Bice's "1402." Their pres-
battle two or possibly three weeks later enco and the array of cabinet representa-
than the original date. Vendig this
morning got a telegram from J. J. Quln.
Muhtr'a hacker, offering to bet 00J on
tho Irishman if a match can he made.
lives caused the house to bo packed. At
9 p. m. the president and his cabinet
officers sat down iu the Aragou banquet
ball to a dinner tendered iu their honor
by Hon. Porter King, mayor of Atlanta.
Covers were laid for 80, including the fair
officials, the city council, the visiting
My governors and other distinguished citi
zens. The city is congested with visitors
E. W. Jov Company Gentlemen: I have
Buffered from kidney trouble lor tnoor three
years, l would nave to get up in ine ihsih to
void my urine trom ten to fifteen times. My
sleep was disturbed, and I became very thin
I have taken two bottles and calned filteen lonmbt, and I lie superu weailier tuat
pounds. Sleep well. Have to Ret up about . TO;a,i Drt , :nollrBa ,ha aaA.
ance of 100,000 visitors tomorrow,
In the morning at 11 o'clock, tho pres
ident will be driven to the exposition
grounds, where he will review the mili-
wi.iv t.una uuiiiiK U1KUI. auu nut icij uuvu
better In every respect. Will contlnueio taiel
entirely cure me.
EDWARD W. FRENCH,
JOY'S FOR THE JADED.
JOY'S VEGETABLE 8ARSAPARILLA.
Farmers in this vicinity are all wishing i Proceedings
for si good rain.
Nichols Bros, shipped two carloads of
tho finest beef cattle this week that liaye
been shipped from Riddle.
Miss Jennie Bealman of Canyonville
was visiting friends at the Riddle House
several days this week.
Mrs. A. Kiddle is vinling relatives iu
RoBoburg at the present writing.
W. L. Nichols is busy hauling material
to build a new house on his farm near
Prof. F. A. Deau is at home after
teaching ii successful term of school at
Mrs. Dona Catching and son Roy are
visiting Mrs. B. r. Lohr in Koseburg
Mrs. J. D. Cornutt and fnuiily, Misses
Maude aud Grace Riddle and Anua
Bogue visited Mr. and Mrs. Win, Hack-
ler on Cedar Flat the 20tii inet. and re
port having a very pleasant time.
Ernest aud Geo. It. Itlddlo and A. K.
and Jake Nichols are camping ou Dutch
man's Butto this woek looking after
tary, deliver a brief address, hold a pub-1 stock and having a good time.
Would Fight at El Paso.
El Paso, Tex., Oct. 22. A telegram
was received here last night from the
Fitzsimmons peoplo at Corpus Christi,
stating that Corbelt would be invited to
meet Fitzsin-mons for a fight to a finish
at El Paso. Fitzsimmons refused to
enter into a "pillow-throwing contest"
with Corbett atHot Sprii.g", because of
the assurance that a light to a finish
could bo brought off at El Paso.
lie reception , and make a tour of the
buildings. Tomorrow night he will be
tendered a reception at the Capital City
Club, and at midnight will leave for
A Desperate Battle.
Nkw Yobk, Oct. 23. Reports of a des
perate battle in tho San Jaun coffee-growing
valley, Detween Holguin and Bara-
jagua, were confirmed oy uispatcnes re
ceived by the Cuban junta last night.
Tho forces engaged were led by General
Antonio Maceo, with 2000 Cubans, and
General Echague, with 1800 Spaniards.
Tho greater portion of the Cubans were
not actually engaged, according to the
Will Q. Brown left for. Chicago the
20th inBt., where be goes to essay a car
load of nickel ore which was recently
shipped from the mines.
Mrs. J. W. Gil more is attending the
exposition and visiting relatives in Port
land this week.
Mr. Harrison and wife of Brownsville
are visiting Mrs. Harrison' sister, Mrs.
Cutsfortb, this week. Emd.
Ron's Tti I a?
We offer Oni Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that can not be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Care. -
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, 0.
We the undersigned, have known F.
Frasa 1cday" Iaily.
J. Wolf of Portland is in town.
B. Mollv of Heifer Lake is in the city
W. J. Malwnev of Oakland is m town
F. Brallev of Portland is at the Van
The san broke through the Jog at 1 p.
Wm. Irwin of Ten Mile was in town
Wm. Nolta came over from Oakland
For Over Fifty Years.
As Old asd Wctx-TaitD Remedy. Mr.
A'lcflow's Soothing Syinn has been used lor
over titty years by millions of mothers for Ihel
children while teethlnr. with perfect sccees.
It soothes the child, toltens the sums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
for Dlarrhiva. Is pleasant to the tssle. !ld by
drugrfits In every jrt of the worM. Twenty-
five cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable.
Be sure and ak for Mrs. Inslow's Soothlne
fyrup, and take no other kind.
Compos not Insane.
New York, Oct. 21. Dr. W. Shaw
Bowen writes the World from the city
where he is staying:
"The report from Cuba that Cenersl
Campos ii insane is probably uufounded
Its value as news is on a par with four
fifths of the so-called news of the Cuban
rebellion. If there has been any depar-
tnre t'oxa the normal inGencralCsmpo6'
condition the change has occurred since
I saw htm tast, a fortnight ago. The
same report had been circulated by the
Cubans for several weeks before my last i Barnes intimated a week ago that Dur-
visit to him. It was whispered in my ! rant had shown Miss Cunningham an
ear at Santiago and Cienfuegos. I after-J envelop ln-aring such an inscription,
ward heard the same thing at Havana. 1 but ttie court ruled ttie question was im
proper, and this matter was dropped
Miss Cunningham was then tempo-
riiose who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know its value, aud those who
have not, have now the opportunity to
try it Free. Call on the advertised Drug
gist am! itt . Trial Hnttte. Frpo. Send
your name and address to 11. t. uucklen report, nut continuea to auvanco lowaru t chenev for the last 15 vears. and be-
& Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of the west after a battle. Only 500 cavalry i:eVB him perfectly honorable in all bnsi-
Ul . IIUL a C" ll'n vvi 3 r.tn I , Alan, A.I Iha ai .if Ihii ('nhn n wm t anrl I . r ..-
m,.v nf ;.,?,!. in Hp.dth and HonS- " ' nesa trausacuons anu nuanciaiiy aoie to
. . - J ... - ... . l-unl h&Wnnntana Imm nl,-T,nr. T i. . , , - , , I . I .
hold Instructor. Free. All ot winch is "vwj...i.u. -v.Ub. carry out any onugaiions matie oy meir
guaranteed to do you gol and cost you Spanish troOH hesitated at critical times flrra.
noitnng. a. j. Jiarsiers x uo a urug- and did not tight with the valor which West Trcax. Wholesale DrueaisU.
of the Last
At an adjourned meeting of tho !oard
of trustees, Tuesday evening, October 22,
1895, the following business was trans
acted: On calling the roll the following mem
bers were found present: Mayor
Marsters, Trustees Clements, Yates,
8tanton, Fletcher, Perry, Slocuin and
Churchill ; Recorder Zigler and Marshal
Cannon. Trustee Moore absent.
Tho bonds of J. A. Perkins, J. B. Can
non and F. M . Zigler were accepted and
Tire following comiuiltuea were ap
pointed: Ways and ineaus 1I.C. SIocuui, Kobt.
Yates and F. II. Churchill.
Current expense and accounts F. II.
Churchill, Wm. Perry and Robt. Yates.
Fire and water David Clements, D.
Moore and Wm. Perry.
City improvements Robt. Yates, F.
II. Churchill and II. C. Slocuin.
Health anu" police U, C. Stautou, H.
C. Slocuin nnd Jas. Fletcher.
City election Jas. Fletcher, D. Moore
and David Clemen's.
The following bills wero allowed:
Holyfield & Heald, lumber ...47 12
C. M. Johnson, drayage ' 50
L. 8. Stanciiff, opening chauuel to
sewer 2 50
Churchill, Woolley & McKenzie,
Central Hotel, meals
M. F. Rapp, stationery
H. J. Wilkins, rent ou i
B. F. Page, lalor
I). Patterson, hauling
r . M. Zigler, recorde re lees . . .
M. C. Ruckles, labor
J. M. Fletcher
F. W. Carroll, marshal fees
The bills of Dr. B. L. Bradley.
. 1 00
. 57 05
iMiss Cunningham Testifies.
Sax Fsanci.-co. Oct. 23. Dr. Gilbert
F. Graham was recalled for further ex
amination in the Durrant trial this
morning, but was soon witbdrawu, and
.Miss Carrie Cunningham, a newspaper
reporter, was called. She testified that
on August IS Durrant told her that
while he was repairing the burners he
looked through a crack in the wall and
saw Blanche Lamont on the second land
distinguished their ancestors. About
300 of their number were killed.
General Maceo's westward movement
was for the purpose of aiding the insur
gent forces in Santa Clara province, as
he had received word that they were
threatened by the columns of Spanish
infantrv, A letter was received from
Acting Brigadier-General Rego, who, at
Manicaragua, is holding a position in the
mountains about midway between Cien
fuegoe and Trinidad. Ho has about 1200
men. divided into seven companies of
Waldisg, Klsxak a Mab.vi.s-, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hamilton, J. C. Sheridan, Roseburg
Electric Light Co., F. W. Carroll, salary
bill; W. H. Carroll. J. W. Mullen aud A.
E. Smith were referred to the committee
on current expense and accounts for iu-vestigalion-
Moved that the salary of the judges
and clerks be fixed at $2.00, and the re
corder draw a warrant for tiiat amount.
The recorder was instructed to draw a
warrant for $375 in favor of the German
Savings & Loan Society, interest on
Hall's Catarrh Core is taken inter- sewer and city hall bonds.
nally, acting directly upon the blood and Moyed that the treasurer be instructed
mucous surfaces of the system. Price to deposit city funds in the Douglas
75c. per bottle. Sold bv all Druggists. County Bank.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
No further business the meeting ad-
Mourned to meet Thursday evening,
October 31st, at 7:30 o'clock.
three ver entertaining and in
structive Ievtnres here during the week.
A. S. Batll of Looking Glass made the
Plaimicalck a friendly call today anu
reports all as pr-ssperuus there as ci ream -
stances wilt permit, ine neaun oi me x. ...., i-amnn- incflnitv lias been
people of the valley is good, the crops ..... wi,h SDeciUc 0.;, var-
have Wen reasonamy uouniimi
politics has not yet began to disturb the I u-te M mucll M (lrfjre wilj, the 8wor,l ( t0 rebut the testimony of tho preceding
in? nf tho blfrv. An effort was then
m.irf m nhtaln Hsht on the statement cavalry and ten of infantry. He stated
id in l.av heh written bv Durrant to t General Maceo in his dispatch that
1.1. attornev-. "To be ooened If he " Spanish forces were massing at Cien
cA I fueeoe. Trinidad and Villa Clara. There
if he was acquitted." District Attorney
are three roads to .Manicaragua irom
these three places. Spies reported to
General Rego that they were to make
concentrated attack. In Villa Clara
there are 1S00 Spaniards; in Cienfuegos
about 2000, and in Trinidad 1500, mak
ing in all a formidable force to be re-
audi, ... , ,t n,.,;ia.M,iir.,irn.r.l ml Dr. Mavs as called pulsed DV the CllbiUS.
'MIU IU: kUUUV .tv,.(u ,-.; , . I .,.,..11 !. l .
nsuai quietude. ; wretcueJ Cuba
In the "Senate" chamber on the corner I "Today Campc3 conlruls every seaport,
of Jackson and Oak streets, the following every town, hamlet, and every point of
notice is displayed : consequence on the railways; iu fact,
'pay today. I nearly every crossroad in the district In
rcxE naiNKS tomokow. I revolt. He needs more troop3 for his
This notice has given occasion to a few policy of guarding every important point, i
nitnecs on the hallucinations of women
and the effects of gas. He was asked
what condition a man would be in if he
enhaled iras from the burners. The wit
ness replied he would l unconscious in
Farmers all ready for rain.
Baseball is still the topic of conversa
tion among the boys.
Miss Pbinetta Blakely, who has just
closed a very successful term of school
on Rock creek, returned home last Saturday.
The spelling hol
Thursday evening was voted by all a
success, aud it is sincerely hoped that
another wilt W given in the near future.
Mr. aud Mrs. Jerry Thornton of Cala-
pooia are visiting relatives at this place.
will occur in the nrovinioof Santa Clara. ue .Ml. bcolt school house is rapidly
As soon as the suear cane fields are re- nearing completiou. The ca'peuter, Gus
hpw I Bauch, will give a dance in it next Fri-
"I. . . . ..
rain, the insurgents will beein to burn to which all are cordially invited
them. Gomez has given orders to de- a granu time is oxe-ie.i, m come
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gund
erman, of Dimondale, Mich., we are per
mitted to make this extract: "I have no
hesitation in recommending Dr. King's
New Discovery, as the results were al
most marvelous in the case of my wife.
While I was pastor of the Baptist church
at Rives Junction she was brought down
with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe.
r ?, t r -l - J
tSchloeman'slast ,-Lcr"ulc ""W,8 v."?"?i
labl uonrb nun lime iuie:iu;uiuu snu it
seemed as if flie could uot survive them.
A friend recommended Dr. King's Now
Discovery; it was juick in its work and
highlv satisfactory m results." Trial
bottles free at A. C- Masters & Co.'s
Drug Store. Regular size 50e. and $1.00.
From Havana comes word that
G. "W. Peters came
G. K. Burton of San Francisco is at
Geo. M. Jenks of Datroit is a guest
E. 31. Dudley of St. Paul is a guest
the Van Houten.
W. C. "Watkins of San Francisco is
the Van Houten.
B. F. Wellington of San Francisco
in the city today.
E. J. Arrant and wife were at the 31c
Jniin K. Sntherlin of Oakland was in
the citv vesterday.
3Iartin Nasisco of Portland was at the
Van Houten yesterday,
P. T. McGce, the 3Iyrtle Creek mer-
cliant, was in town yeiterday.
Mr ami Mrs. Hunter and son are
home from their trip to Portland.
t n Ynnn" nnd C. Whitehead of
Portland were in town yesterday.
AT. TTiroins. K. 31. and R. H. Welch
Mim Carrie Cunningham was then re
thirsty souls to wait in anticipation for The total number ofimen In the Spanish 'called for further cross-examination, hut &e daily practice of the Spanish jailers
elicited when I lo la several I'rieouem uui iuo jun
and shoot them
the morrow to fully satisfy their thirst, army in Cuba is less than SO.000, inclu- , nothing important was
over from Oakland But let thero be fully persuaded in their djng all classes. Considering the diffi- ! court took a recess till 2 o'clock.
minds that tomorrow never comes. So culties of the countrv, a prudent com-1 Geo'ge R. King is annoyed, but in no
mander should insist on having at least way exercised over the rumor current in
come right along and pay for the drinks
The World's Fair Tests
showed ao baking powder
so pure or so great In leav
ening power as the Royal.
50,000 more soldiers. At tho present
time Campos is supreme."
E. W. Joy Coxmsy Gentlemen: This is
the first time I have attempted to write for
three years. Have been so nervous and weak
that I have laid in bed for most of the time.
A Iricnd who had taken your tarsapanna
scut me two bottles. The second one Is most
I cone, and I nave caintii JJ pounas.
I feel a new woman, i was
bluon. Had given up.
remedies and doctors, but
The overland fiver from San Francisco
to Portland in 34 hours, made its first PnW,sn thlM&a WtuLvS
r. il,rritf Itto Ti1m v.jtin1nv. anil liftri I Al&mctla. C
. , 7 i7:. Headache, Billiousness and Torpid Llverdls-
supier at noiei uiviniaii; .it u-w, mu i appear when you laae Joy s eReiaoie carta
, 22. Dr. J.
being the regnlar eating station for the
Ti..tv tmin. With iroini? and returning
"w ' "I Ter-i-!
f rnm Mil Francisco. A CXaS
IM T.-ikr. nf Whi-kirv creek, who has DALL.S, ICX., UCl
.nt tl.WvMr :.t T.ikiview. came a prominent pnysician oi lianas,
in on a bicycle" yesterday. He goes to shot and almost instantly killed last eve-! made the statement that he was at the
his mines at Whiskev creek in a few n,n8
Cure For Crippled Children
Tbe National Surgical Institute, Pa-
The prisoners are stood cinc Uranch. 319 Bush Street, San Fran
in a line; ten men are selected for dealh. -jsco guccvf-fullv treats all caees of Or
Perhaps it is the first ten, perhaps the thopedic Surgery, Diseases of the Spiue,
last ten, or the middle ten. The names jjjp ami Knee Joints, Paralj-eis, Piles,
of tho condemned are not ascertained. Fistula, Nasal Catarrh, Bow Legs,
They are simply penned up and treated Knock Knees, all Deformities and
as animals. Chronic Diseases. Their success in
In the province of Santa Clara, General treating these cases is shown bv thou-
Lnquis is said to be rivaling the reputa- jj, 0f references from trustworthy
tion of Garrido, the "butcher," iu the people all over the country
eas'ern proviuce, according to letters re- Persona having afllicted children or
the evstein of
tured a mountain hospital near ban treatment Iv this Institute. One or
Diego del Valle, after a fierce combat morc 0f tiK,se sur)reou3 will lie at the
dent concerning tho reliability of his wh -W Cubans wno were gnanung me McClallen House, Koseburg, Monday,
alibi, aud ridiculed tbe iwssibility of its ck and wounded. In the hospital were October 2Sth, one day to examine cases
hfiimr shattered. He aavs he snent the 31 insurgents unable lo participate in the sx.ni for circular. References may le
eveninir. as he often did other eveniDijo. engagement. The Spanish soldiers put
m. t;, i: ...i h. o nnihin.. ,,,,a oi everv one of them to the bayonet. Not
occurred. To tha tiolico Georco Kioir one was left alive
the Mission to the effect that he has no
alibi for the night Minnie Williams was
muidercd. The young man thinks he is
more competent to settle tbe question of
his wherealouts on the evening of the
13th of April than the residents of the
He claims that he can establish a com-
! rde? thi"n,dnonamr. plete alibi for that fateful night in April, ceived from Sagua Grande, on tho north friend rhouM convince t
l nad'tried so rrniny aninhat he can produce witnesses to tell coast of Cuba. His force recently cap- the excellent results of ill
found no benefit If ' !.,; l,aniil nMr S'an i i... .i.:.. t.....:i
consent. , where he was at certain hourB and bow
Alameda. cL : he passed his time, lie is very conn
the Taylor & Wilson block for a term of q Gcn,aie are in the city today
three years, and wul remove his oince brand new sidewalk in front of the
mio me eame in a rnon nine. Ja .,, i,,t n street im-
A competent dressmaker would like a Lrovement..
potition lo sew by tbe day, or wonid cut m:h. Jr.. Rufus and Russel
F. A. Dean closed his school at this
place last Friday. He has made an ex
cellent record as a teacher here, and
goes forth with a good recommendation
from our school board. He is an mtel
igent voung gentleman, who will yet
fill a prominent place in the future hh
torv of Douglas county.
3Irs. Jesse Dewey and her httlo niece,
bv Marion Hardcastle, a well
known resident of Dallas. The tragedy
took place on 3Iain street, in the pres
ence of a crowd of ieople. Hardcastle
was arrested. The only statement he
made was :
"Ray has been my family physician
for six years, and domesttc affairs was
the cause of the killing.."
Hardcastle met Ray today and thrash
ed him, after attempting to cane him.
and fit at home. Inquire of Miss Alice ' who bave 5n Eastern Ore- jnsaMaud Warner, went to Jacksonville The men were K-parateu. Later Ray
Denaie ai rniucow ui aQ, BAVr,t mon hs returned to nn -tlav in vis t M ss Ed ith Uewev. P" ""u'"8 ; ....v..
- - - i ,
tUn naat oAvdril months
Karl's Clover Root will purify yonr ... dl this morning on the overland. who ;3 a student at St. -Mary's Academy, ilardeastie sieppeu up, spokc a c
Blood and clear vour Comolexion. regu-1 , . n . it, Ttan. 1 Wiv Tnllor. .m nlil resident of Cow
late your Bowels and make your head as , ut wa3 not so brgely Creek valley, died at his homo at Tunnel Psto. to Ray a right temple and sent a
bullet through his Drain, ino irageuy
created an immense sensation.
Dr. Ray came to Dallas from New Or
leans. He was married to a Miss Well
about four years ago, but was recently
divorced. Hardcastle is also divorced
from his wife.
Tivoli on tho evening of April 13, aud
that he was accompanied by Zach How
ard. This statement is veritiod by How
ard. That George Kiug and Durrant were
both absent from tho Christain Endeavor
meeting at the Vogcl residence on the
eveningi.mnnic iiiiams met iier iragic
fate has ever been a significant fact to
the Mission peoplo. It is probably duo
to this coincidence that the rumor was
stattcd. King and Duriant wero inti-
malo friends, aud it was natural for
people accustomed to seeing them to
gether to connect their names.
clear as a bell. 25c, 50c and $1.00. oM,ii . Srindav night, but the C last Friday and was interred near his
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Diego Ladience waa more liberal when thecon- lato residence Sunday. Mr. Tuller was
Cal.. eavg: "Shiloh'a Catarrh Remedy . -Knf inn t- waa nassed. and so made an old pioneer nnd leaves a large numuer
is the first medicine I have ever found 0onj. (nT lorf, Df number. of friends and relatives in this section to
that would do me any good." Price 50c. worthen. the temperance mourn hiB loss.
Niece & Williamson's oyster parlor Wttlr-r ,aVB that the members of the Hotel Glendale, which is now tho eat
and TfKtnnrant 5s now Often, where YOU I about double the ine station ol all tho trams runnmg
can get fresh oysters in any style and Lmount capita for the support of through this place, is conceded to be the
meals at all hours. At the Canay iac- tbeir lodgesthat ChrifitianB do ior me Dest noiei m ouumcu vlcSuu. ..
eupportofthe churches. A very goou the superior mauugomeu..
showing for secret societies. Clarke it could not be otherwise, as Mrs.
.. i -vrr,. n. is undoubtedly equal to any one in
Tk. nurrant trial waa reeuuicu i . - -
xm. ... ... ,1 r i.r inr,
boot black wm im
TheLadieeAid society of the Presby
terian church will meet at 3IrB. Bulck's
In West Roseburz. at 2:30 o'clock on
Thursday, October 24,
3Ies. Bisghaji, Bee.
vp SiTfA ihnrmiffh bred Durham Ln at Emanuel church before the mur-
bull, four years old. Price f20, or would der, in which Durrant, King, and half a
exchange for a i?ood fresh milr cow,
lnv. A little nigger
probably bo called upon to give hii
Mtint? testimony concerning the goings
Enquire of R. R. "Wilkinson, three miles
east of Roseburg.
The latest novelties from Europe, in
the ebape of a shooting gallery. 3Iu
eic3Iimicj. The music goes, the tiger
roars and the lady plays the drum. No.
223 Jackson street.
Grand masquerade ball on Thanksgiv
ing night, given by the Rosoburg orches
tra. There will be no palna Bpared to
dozen or so young ladies of respectable
parents cut quite a figure.
The charming Operetta, "Snow While
and the Seven Dwarfs," will be given at
the Opera House on Thursday, October
lint. It is said to be different from any
in our city. Tho
. hornsea are sung by about seventy-live
children and young ladies, who havo
been for several weeks under careful
training. Solo parts will bo sustained
MrB. Bell and Mies Edith Tuller of
Pot Hand were called home on account of
tho dangerous illness of their father, J.
Tuller, who died last week.
Mrs. Mary Wood is visiting her son,
A. Miller, of Glendalo. Moluk.
E. W. Joy Company Gentlemen: I have
lust completed the second bottle of your Vege
table Sartacalllla. I havo had Catarrh lor
vcars which aflcclca my eyes, ncarinc nnn
stomach. Frequently would have dull head.
acho for days at a time. Since talcing your
remedy i navcicii no oisaurccauio yyinpiou.
Trustlne you will publish this as I want nny
one suffering from any of tho nbove symptoms
to bo benellltcu. Ktnuiy senu me iwo more
bottles by return express, (Signed)
MR. FREDERICK DE KICHMU.MJ,
Everv mall lirlnci a new batch of tcstlmoii'
lau ior Joy s vcgeiaoie carsajiariim.
State Normal School,
First term begins September lGth.
Entire new faculty. Send for catalogue.
Louih Uarsee, President.
Fltz Wants to Fight.
Hot SriusoB, Ark., Oct. 22. Martin
Julian, manaeer aud backer of Robert
Fitzsimmons, has made a stalemout to
th uublic. of which the following is tho
the most important part:
"FitzHimmons todav stands ready to
carry out to the letter every word con
i tained in tho articles to which ho flignod
In the Sunny South.
Atlanta, Go., Oct, 22. For tho preB
cnl, at least, the seat of tho government
of tho United States may be said to have
been transferred lo Atlanta, for the city
harbors tonight tho president, vice-presi
dent, and six members of tho cabiuet,
not to mention Treasurer Jordan, Gov
ernor Uoluu ot Joiiiiecticut, uoveruor
O'Ferrall of Virginia, Governor Stono of
Mississippi, and a long list of other dig
nitaries of officialdom.
Fifteen minutes after 4 this afternoon
the presidential train rolled into the
union depot. In accordance with the
wiBh of tho presideut, and the d( Biro of
the exposition officials, tho arrival of the
party was deprived of any thing in the
nature of a hippodrome. Ten thousand
people had assembled in tho vicinity of
the etation, crowding Iho streets as
cloBcly as tho spaco allowed, and over
flowing for blocks in ovory direction.
Tho tools, windows, awnings, telegraph
poles nnd every point of vantage in tho
neihb:rhood had beeu utilized by eager
onlookers. Tho special was stopped out
side tho depot, however. Tho party dis-
Sawyer on Sherman's Book.
Di'ixth, Oct. 22 bx-benatcr fcawyer
is in Duluth. A reporter asked him hie
opinion of Senator Sherman's book. In
reference to the part referring to ex-
President Garfield, Mr. Sawyer said:
'Senator Sherman is totally in the
wrong in saying that ex-President Gar
field broke faith with him. I remember
the dav before Garfield was nominated
I lunched with him. At the tabic I
said, 'Mr. Garfield, I'm sure you're go
ing to be nominated.' He replied: 'I
would rather be shot than to be nomi
nated, for I could never pcrsuado Sher
man that I kept faith with him.'
"I went back to the Wisconsin delega
tion, and we were the first to swing into
line for Ganleld."
E. i. Yuiitig St Co.. Oakland.
H. Liuder. Roburg.
T. L. Thompson, Coles Valley.
John Hall. Myrtle Creek, and
dreds ot others.
is gelling in their niter
Grading Dried Prunes.
The work of grading prunes for the
market is one of great importance. This
grading is ou the principle of 40, 50 and
GO dried prunes in a tound of some vari
eties, while in others, as tbe Petite for
example, it is GO, 70 andSJ to the pound.
Consumers of prune3 prefer their fruit to
be all of a uniform size. No. 10, (.40 to
the pound; heinv; the more highly prized,
No. 50 next an 1 No. GO of the lowest
value of same variety.
The Oregon Fruit Union has now in
their warehouse a good many tons of
dried prune's ready for packing as soon
as Ihey cau be graded. Tho Union sent
a grading machine here latweek for th8
grading of the fruit. Tim machine has
been set up and this morning tho ma
chine was set at work, but for some cause
or other the thing won't grade worth a
cent. So packing has beu euspeuded
till tomorrow when Willis Brown will be
hero lo straighh-n the thing out and put
things lo rights.
The Square Deal Store.
The Square Peal rtore is now receiving
a full and complete stock of fall and '
winter good.-, coiiMmiug iu part of cloth
ing, hats ami caps, ladies' aud geuls'
underwear, tine assortment of misses'
and children' shoes, gents boots and
shoes in eudles-s varisty, dry goods, fancy
goods and dress goods, all of which aro
offered at extremely low prices. They
aro detent ined not to bo uuderbold by
any uieicintilo house iu Southern Ore
gon. Give thorn a call.
Miss Emiua Couuine has been quite
ill the past week. We hoiH! she will
Quite a crowd gathered at the school
. .. .... , . " dorsed Dnor to Oolober 14, lb'Jl to pre-
exerciser, and an ueciareo inemseives .... ... tK:..
highly entertained. Much credit Is due
Notice is hereby given l all permim
holding Puiulas county warrant iu-
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Forty Years the Standard.
Washington and North Dakota Land
Harry Vau Homo came from North
Dakota three years ago aud located on a
small track of government land iu the
lower aktma valley, uo lias 10 acres
under cultivation, principally in fruits
and vegetables, and euyB that he cau
mako a better living from his 10 acres
than he could iu Dakota from a half-see- j
tioti, and with less work. His fruit trees
will begin bearing next year, when he
will begin shipping on an extensive
II a man can make a living fcr his
family on ten acres of land in tho Yak
ima valley where lie has to irrigate to
successfully grow his products, he ought
to lay up money on ten acres in tbe
Umpqua valley where the climate and
soil aro natural lor tho production of all
kinds of fruits and vegetables.
the teacher, Miss Pbinetta Blakely.
The Misses Lou and I let tie Wilson of
Glide aud Robert Blakely of Oak creek
came up, last Friday, to be present at
the last day of school. They wero the
guests of MrB. Lilly, Friday night, and
returned home Saturday highly pleased
with their trip. Losr.
Tacoma, Wash., Oet. 22. When S. R.
Balkhill took formal possession of the
closed German-American bank this
morning, he found but $1.10, and no ac
count books whatever. Tlie city had
over $3S,000 on deposit, and it was the
demand for this money that caused the
bank to fail
sent the same at the t-eap-urer's othce m
the court house for payment, as interest
will cease thereon after the date of this
Dated this the 7th day ol Oetolwr,
1895, at the city of Roaeburg, Oregon.
Wm. A. Fratek.
Sunday School Rally.
The Sunday school of Pine Grove on
Deer creek will hold a special service
next Sunday, which will last all day. An
interesting programme is beiug prepared
and a good time is assured. Everybody
is invited to come aud brim: your baskets
well filled. The meeting will be under
the management ol the county associa
Highest Honors World's Fair,
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
'Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.