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NOVEMBER 11, 1895.
B&rTiR Chukck corner of Lug ui r0
itrceu. Sunday BcttIcc: Preaching, n a. ia.
and 7:30 p. m.; Young People's Union. CSO run.;
Mr. Q. N. Ann m. President; Sunday School, 10
c. a.; James Chamberlain. Superintendent
Prayer Meeting. Thursday evening at 7:30.
RT. Q. N. Akkks, Pastor.
Residence, No. 821 Main BtrccL
HmioDirr CacacH corner ol Mala and Lane
streets. Sunday Bctrloo: Prcachlnx, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath school, 10 a. m.; F.
V. Woollcy, Superintendent; Class Meeting at
cloao ol tho morning scrrlcc; Epworth Leaguo
630 p. a. Claro Home, President. Prayer Meet
ing, Wednesday, at730 p. m.
Rsv. G.W. Kkcsidy, Pastor.
Parsonage, corner Main and Lane.
Pkxsbytks&c Cacacu corner ol Cass and
Rows streets. Sunday Service: Pupllc worship,
a-m. and 733 p. a.; Sabbath School, 10 a.m.;
V. P. S. C. S.,7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednes
day, 7:30 p. a.
R. B. DttwoatH, Pastor.
The W. C. T. O. n eels every second and
fourth Thursday evening at the residence, ol
Mrs. Wa. Smith.
Ths Lotal Taxrrsajscx Lroios will meet at
tho M. E. Church Wednesday at S p.m.
A. C. Bccx.tr. SupL
U. S. Deportment of Agriculture
R04IBCIG, Ore., November 10, IS 5
Rixoxrrea J? m- rciac time S0.ll.
15 p. a. Pacific Umc-30.23.
Maligna temperature, SI.
Minimum tcapcralarc tL
Rainfall for the !l hours ending 5 p. m., .51.
Total rainfall since 1st ot month, M
ATtrsge rainfall for this month for IS years,
Total rainfall from Sept. 1. lSXi, to date, 2.79.
Averapj monthly rainfall from Sept. 1, liOS, to
Accnmulcted dcCenelcncy from Sept. 1, 195,
to dale. V.
ATerage prcdpiuilon for IS wet seasons.
Tho. Giesox. Observer.
PoartasD, Or., November 11. lias: 11 a. a.
ncather forecast for the next 30 hours, for
RoKburt: and Tldnltv:
Monday and Taesdar fair and cooler weather.
Pagcs. Local Forecast pari si.
Bay j oar dears at the Roseleaf.
For a good 5-cent cigar call on Mrs.N.
Go to A. C. Mareters A Co. lor school
Hunter & Hume, at the depot, keep
the beet plows and harrows.
Smoked eye glasses at J. T. Bryan's
from 10 cents to 73 cents a pair.
Spectacles and eyo glasses in gold,
nickel and fteel bo at J T. Bryan's.
II. il. Martin will pajr cash lor grain
delivered at bis warehouse in Koseburg.
Sakznan sells bis goods for cash. Boy
of him and joa par for no bad accounts.
If Dr. Strange cannot folly satisfy yon
wilh dental work, there will he no charge.
J est receii eu at Uie liosa blore a new
inroice of choice clothing. Cheap for
If von have daily mail service, try the
daily PuutDEiiTB for a montli. It will
cost only 25 cents.
Call and examine the new goods at
tbe Variety store, one block east of the
depot, corner of Pine and Lane Streets.
Until XoTember the 15th I will make
fine cabinet sized photographs of babies
for $1,50 per dozen at the Photo Tent on
X. Bice, at bis ware rooms on Jackson
opposite Harks' iron front, hat choice
household fa mi tore and tin ware at
prices to suit the times.
Remember that tbe most successful
and experienced dentist in Kosebarc is
located in tbe Taylor & Wilson block.
Call on him for your wotk.
Dr. Strange, the dentist, has removed
his office to the Taylor & Wilson build
ing. Call and eeo him in bis new
quarters if you want first-class dental
N. Bice, one of our enterprising fami
tare dealers has now on sale a fine lot of
furniture of the latest style and finish
Give him a call before purchasing else
If your teeth ache or arc decayed, or if
voa want an artificial set go to Dr.
Strange in tbe Taylor & Wilson block,
Tbe best of work, the lowest price and
Dr. J. W. Strange will bo in Canyon
ville from Sunday, November 10, until
Wednesday, November 13, and desires
tboee requiring dentistry to call on him
while be is there.
Wasted Cigar salesman. Good sal
ary and expenses. New plan. Biggest
inducements. Experience unnecessary.
Sample furnished. Reply with stamp.
L. SIkbiukdt a Compasy, Cbicago.
The traveling public will be pleased to
know that the McCallen house is now
managed by the queen of the culinary
art, Mrs. D. C. McClallen, whose table
is sought by the votaries of good living.
Jerry J, Wilson, Boseburg'a manufact
uring jeweler, commonly called "81ow
Jerry," for abort, on account ol his al
ways having work intrusted to his care
completed and ready for delivery at tbe
time promised, has just received a large
invoice of spectacles, and has now the
most complete assortment of glasses in
the city. Call and baye your eyea tested
and get glasses to suit them. Any style
of mounting desired, and prices very
M. S. and S. M. Cobb of Dilhird are at I
W. T. Knighton of Salem is reciRtered
at Uie McClallen.
J. L. Williams of Corvallis is n imcst
at the Vanllouten.
A new invoice of dry goods just re
ceived at tho Boss store.
Mrs. M. A. and Alzema Cod i rati aro
registered at tho Vanllouten.
If diplomas count for any thini:. Dr.
Lowe is a good optician ho has four.
Win. A. Wroo and wifo of Sulphur
Springs aro registered at tho Vanllouten.
E. L. Ingram, T. J. Whitsett, J. W.
Bird and wifo registered at tho McClal
len. Lost Five small keva attached to a
chain. Finder will please leavo at tho
D. Patterson has tho contract for re
pairing the north end of Deer creek
The Daily Pl.undealkk will bo sent
to all subscribers, paying in advance, for
two dollars a year.
The traveling public will keep its eyo
on tho McClallen, kept by tho popular
hostess, Mrs. McClallen.
J, P. fiixBon, tho boss Bolicelor for
men's wear is in tho city today, as affa
ble as when times wero good.
Lots of "well clad-' eyea to be seen on
our streets these latter days. Guess Dr.
Lowe is the cause. Ho is at the Van
The teachers examination begins
Wednesday at 1 p. m. Tho examination
will be conducted in the court room at
tho court house.
Hon. W. S. Vanderburg of Marshfield
has gone to Washington as a delegate to
the general assembly of the Knights of
Labor which meets tomorrow.
The chief and only real issuo iu the
next presidential campaign will be pro
tection to American industries. All
others will bo mere side issues.
One of tho lurnacesia the school house
for furnishing warmth to the school
rooms has becomo so demoralized as to
be useless, and stoves have to bo substi
tuted. There will be preaching iu tho West
Ro&eburc church on next Sabbath at
11a. m., and in the U. B. Church in
Roseburg at 7:30 p. m.
W. H. McLat.v, Pa stor.
The case of Ed. Dompier, set for Salur-
uay, was uiscnisseu by tuo non appear
ance of Uio prosecuting witness. Such
proceedings ought not to lw approved.
He who brings charges against a person
ought to le on hand at the lime set tor
Married, at the residence of tho groom
on Stephen street, tcday, Monday, Nov
ember II, at 10 a. m., John W. Mul.'en
and Mrs. Mary B. Sacrey, John Hamlin,
J. P., officiating. This happy couple in
stead of frittering away time and money
on a useless bridal tour begin housekeep
ing immediately no indulgence in youth
ful sentimentality and settle down to
businesslike sensible folks.
Mrs. Helen Dickinson Harford will
lecture this (Monday) evening at 7 :30 in
the Presbyterian church, on the enact
ment of the last legislature, "Shall the
Women of Oregon be granted the Fran
chise?" You are invited to attend.
She will speak under the auspices of the
Edenbower W. C. T. U. at their church,
on Tuesday evening at i :30, and at
Myrtle Creek on Wednesday evenin:
Mrs. Harford is well known through the
county and needs no recommendation
You will be interested if you go to hear
Mr. McKesson's racket store oponcd
A. E. Maltby, attorney at law, has lo
cated here lately.
E. G. Young A Co. shipped ;two hun
dred turkeys to Portland last week.
Air. iiammiite a cmid, ol wiiom wo
spoke somo time ago, is improving and
getting along nicely.
The Oakland Flour Mill Co. havo been
blasting out the rock in the bottom of
their well to form a basin that will givi
them a larger storage for water to supply
We learn that new furnaces lare being
constructed for tuo cinnabar mmo
Shoestring valley and it is tho intention
to work the mines quite extensively as
soon as everything is in working order.
Meesrs. Ed., Elmer and Dave Parker
and Harvo Mahoney expect to attend tho
teacher's examination at Roseburg this
week. Succces to you boys,
W. T. Turner & Co. have sold their
general merchandise storo to Messrs,
Phil and John Beckloy, who will con
duct the business. Thoy will bo pleased
to have the patronago of the old and new
Willie, son ot Mr. James B. Mackay
who baa been sick for some timo with
brain feyer died Sunday morning about
o'clock. Thore wai a goodly attoudanco
at the funeral which took place Sunday
A small farm near the school and iwst-
ofOce. Reasonable terms. Address
enauire of W. B. Wells, P. M., Olalla
Douglas county, Oregon.
A Trip to-flyrtle Creek.
:Vftor taking a general survey of this
cosy little villago on tho creek whoso
name it bears, wo began intorviowing the
men to learn tho nature and extent of
their hiiBine&a and prospects.
Of courso tho postolfico of a town is the
point from which radiates all tho infor
mation needed for a newspaper man to
begin his inquiries.
Goo. W. Wannacott is tho postmaster
horo, a genial gentleman ; and besides
refilling with tho mail pouches and dis
tributing mail to tho citizens, ho furn
ishes them with groceries, stationery,
patent mo'licino, tobacco, cigars, hard
Goo. Weaver, recently deceased,
erected last summer tho largest storo-
building in tho town and had il well, !
stocked with goods of gcnoral merchan
dise, and was doing a good business.
Tho gentlemanly manager, John Motz,
stated that ho understands tho widow
will continuo the business.
Hezekiah Dyer, at tho old stand of F.
M. Gabbert, is also engaged in general
merchandising. He carries quite an ex
tensive stock of goods and keeps up with
the times good democratic times ind
is hopeful of the future. He evidently
has an ere on the next change of admin
istration as an earnest of letter times.
A. Fenton it Sou nre just completing
fino furniture store. They will also
lo undertaking work. They will re
move soon from their old stand to the
new, where they will have more room.
K. M. Duncan keeps a drug store
near the post oflice. Ho has a neat lit
tle store and carries nearly all articles
usually kept by a druggist, such a3
paints, oils, chemicals and cigars. He
is doing a good business.
J. L. Bounds, tonsorial artist, lias par
lors on Main stteet, where lie shaves
and cuts hair for all who favor him with
their mtronagv. Bounds is bound to
John Frank, a live Dutchman, oppo-
ite Bounds' and lower down the street,
also plies the tonsorial art, and will give
vou a clean shave or trim vonr locks for
Wm. Powell, a son of Vulcan, has a
mithy on Main street, where he makoo
and mends farm implements, shoes
horses and docs a general blacksmithing
business. One of the most useitil
tradesmen in a town is tho village black -
Chas. Kellcy, jeweler, on Main Btreet,
is a liable and obliging, and will repair
old jewelry, waU-hes, clo:ks, or sell new
ones. Time keepers are needful, and
Kelley keeps them.
W. B. Drake has a smithy on Main
treet, near the postotlice, where he
carries on a general bloTrksmlthing husi-
ness for the surrounding countrv. He
will do you a good job and on reasonable
terms, as a long residence in tho village
attests, ami the extent and complete
ness of his slwp shows.
The TrtiMic institutions of the village
are, three churches, a Presbyterian,
South Metluxlift and Christian ample
accommodations for all worshipers ; two
hotels, a flouring mill, and last but not
least, a school house where the youtlis
are taught the rights, privileges ana
duties of citizenship and obligations that
attach to the elective franchise as well
as a knowledge of those brandies of
learning which enlarge and strengthen
the understanding. Take the inchoat
citizen tliroudi the public school curi-
culum, sufficiently trained to get a fair
knowledge of what there is taught, and
he may be turned loose on the commun
ity without fear of him becoming a bad
The Myrtle hotel, owned by Mr.
Georgo Deuient, is a good and commod
ious house, a veritable traveler's home,
with comfortable beds, a good table and
plenty on it, well prepared in the cook
ing department. This house is popular
with the traveling public.
The Overland, owned by Mr. George
Stephenson, is also a popular inn where
the wearv traveler finds n home. The
host and hostess are affable and cour
teous and spare no pains to make their
guests comfortable. Good leds, good,
fare, well-cooked and served, make this
house one of the indispensibles of a
thriving town such as Myrtle Creek has
Willis Kramer it Co., have here an ex
cellent roller mill. Its manufacture is
very iopular and finds a ready market
all alons the line of the railroad It is
one of the lest mills in tho county.
There are many fine residences in this
village which indicate that the people
are measurably contented and happy.
Long live Myrtle Creek.
Kecorder J. B. Cawlfleld of Koseburg
Lodge, No. IG, A. O. U. , received
this morning from tho Grand Kecorder a
draft for $2,000 payable to Mrs. Katie D,
Bunnell, widow and assignee of Dr. N.
P. Punnell, who died October lltb
Thus, in less than a montli, tbe A. O. U
V., of which Order tho decedent was an
honored member, fulfills its obligation by
confenngn substantial benefit on tho
widow- and orphan.
Teachers' Review Class.
Those not wishing to tako cither of tbe
regular courses in tho Normal, can now
enter a class for the Review of the com
mon branches anil methods, frills in
elocution and reading daily. AddrcsR,
NOTES OF INTEREST.
New goods at Caro Bros.
Now is tho time to Mibecritio.
Oysters at tho Kaudy Kitchen.
Caro Bros, aro the boss merchants.
School books at Marstors' drug store.
Go to tho Roseleaf for tho best cigar.
Wood taken on subscription at this
Pure fresh candies, fruits aud nuts at
Silver blouso sets and silver mounted
watch guards at Salzman's
Plows. Go to Hunter & Huuio for
your plows and harrows.
For Sale' Old papers, at this office,
at 25 cents per hundred.
Havo you seen tho latest in Longnetto
watch chains at Salzman's.
Just Received at J. T. Bryan'H, Roger's
first-grade silver-plated ware.
Daily Oregonian only 15 cents a week.
Leave orders at City News Stand.
A cottage to rent. Inquiro at this oflice
or of owner at 405 Washington street.
Fine cabinet photographs, $1.50 to
$2.50 per dozen, aUbe the Photo tent.
Daily and Sunday Oregonian, reduced
to 20 cents a week. Delivered at your
Everybody is pleased who buy their
jewelry and have their watches repaired
H. M. Martin the grain merchant of
Roeebnrg will pay cash for merchantable
wheat and oats.
Do you read. If so, try the Daily
Oregonian, only 15 cents a week. Sun
day included, 20 cents.
Remember that cheap watch work is
very expensive, halzman uoes good
watch work at lowest prices.
For a good bat, stylish and cheap, call
on Wollenberg It Abraham, whose stock
embraces all grades of head gear.
Subscribe for tho Daily Plauukaleii.
It is the only livo paper in Southern Or
egon. It furnishes tho latest news up to
Kiiug your job work to the Plaixoeal-
kr office We are prepared to do the j
cheapest and best work south of Port-,
E. Du Gas. Physician aud Surgeon,
office iu Marsters' building. Calls in
town and country promptly answered
night or day.
Dr. F. W. Haynes, tho graduate den:- ,
ist, does all dental work in a most scien- 1
tifie manner. His work speaks for it-:
self. Dental parlors in Mark's building. '
Tho J. G. Flook Co. is prepared to do I
any kind of mill work ut the lowest liv- j
ing rates, and thoso who are preparing ;
to build should consult them. They can :
save you momy.
Grand masquerade ball on Thauksgiv-;
ing night, given by tho Koseburg etches
tra. There will Iks no pains spared to !
make this the event of the season. Full j
particulars later on. ;
Tho J. G. Flook Co., is prepared to '
fill orders for all kinds of mill work on
short notice. Estimates on contracts;
furnished promptly. Give them a call
if you are thinking of building any kind ;
ot a house.
Good pastureage for stock at reason-!
able rales by the month. All stock
taken absolutely aud entirely at
owner's risk in every particular. For ,
particulars enquire of C. A, Blackmail, 1
Have leased aud remodeled
Depot and are now prepared to do a
First Class Livery Business.
Ilaj anil Oat.uer night, per span
Hay, over night, per span .
Hay,ilurin;(lay, per (pan ..
Livery ihorw rigs, per day 15.00
.DO YOU REALIZE THAT
If you are in a position
To do Business
Let the People Know it.
The little Special Notice and the regular Business Ad
Make the Mighty Merchant and his Patrons Glad,
The Plaindealer is read
Advertise in it. It will Pay.
. Xffl-WHEN YOU WANT HOOI) JU11 I'RlNTlNd DONE. AND YOU SOMETIMES lit). YOU SHOULD CONSULT THE" I'UVlNbE.VLER.SS
Notice iti nereby given that fur the
j purpose of making an examinaliuu of all
persoiiBwho may offer themselves as
candidate for teachers of the pchools of
this connty, the county fcdiool superin
tendent will hold a public examination
at Ro3cburg, iu tho court lioune, begin
ning at 1 o'clock, Weduesday, Nov. 13,
Recommendations will be given, and
an examination held at this lime for
teachers who aro eligiblo and may wish
state certificates or diplomas.
J. A. Undkbwooo, Supt,
Dated Ibis 3l8t day of Oct., 1885.
State Normal School,
First term begins September 16th.
Entire new faculty. Send for catalogue.
Louis Barzjjk, President.
A. C. HARSTERS & CO.,
OILS HND GLHSS
AND TOILET ARTICLES.
The Bureau Saloon
Formerly Merchants' Exchange,
lias Ilccn Renovated and Fitted
tp In Klrst-ClnBH Style.
Choice Wines and Liquors,
COHMODIOUS CLUB ROOHS.
ACCOMMODATING BAR TENDERS.
Give men call. GREEN McKIXNEY,
the old Feed Stable oppsite the
Hay, tlurius day, jrliorc
Oat, ir fcol ... .
Teams to stall over night
livery l-horserin, pcrday
AT ItKASO.VIli: RATES).
THE MISSION OK THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS TO
OUT OF TOWN
FOR SOMETHING FOREIGN I
the eager Public gathering in throngs
Leave their Business Orders where the Trade belongs
BEST JOB PRINTING
AT LOWEST RATES.
Situations wantal or helo wanted ailtertitemenU
iiuerted in this column free'of ehafne. Other aits
ajfive lines or lets under this head SS jtcnts per
month: each additional line 5 cents per moiUh. yo
advertisement taken for less than i5 cents.
IJOR SALE Old newspapers,
Apply at l'lainclcnlcr oflice.
' cents per 100.
Attorney at Law
Special attention given to COLLECTIONS and
matters in i'robate.
LOANS NEGOTIATED. Money LoaucJ auil
Rooms 4 and 5 Markers' Bld'g. KOSEBUU.
Attorney at Law,
DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY,
OrricE : Taylor & Wilwra Block, Rooms 7 and 8,
Attorney at Law,
Rooms S anil -1
Taylor & Wilson Block.
J L. BRADLEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
Ofllco Hours, Jrom U to 3 r.Jt.
Taylor & Wikon Brick.
JJ)R. J. W. FBAZEY,
Physician & Surgeon.
OFHCE: Rooms 1 and 2 In Marks Building,
at top of ttair?, to thsleft.
RESIDENCE. Cor.ot Chadwick
and Washington St. KOSEBURG.
NEW FEED STORE
CAWLFIELD & CAWLF1ELD
Have i us t opened a first-class Kcol Store and
bare on hand n lanro invoice of the best
Koxeburc and Valler Flour. Baled Hav. Grain
and Feed of all kinds. AH purchases delivered
free. Cor. Cass and Rose Street.
T. T. WEBB
A.ND liAlNJJ ALL
SKLLS GOODS KUSOS.
UZ7 3IAIK STRKKT.
CIVE HE A SHARE OF YOUR PATRONAGE
JAS. CALLAHAN, Propr.
WILL BE CONDUCTED STRICTLY FIRST-CUSS
Tho Dining Koom will be undo the
personal supervision of Mr. Callahan,
who will guarantee all old and new cus
tomers the best the market atTords.
Come and see me.
KATIE CHURCHILL, Propr.
Board aud Lodging per week
Meals, 20 ceuts.
Beds, 20 cents.
If you have anything
You want to Sell
Let the People Know it.
The sure road to success
Through the Printing Office