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Three Month " "
DECEMBER 5. 1S95.
The president discusses tlio currency
question quite extensively. Ho points
out the folly of reissuing of treasury
notes instead of cancelling them as fast
as thev are redeemed. By the reissue
thev go out and come back for re-redem
ption, thus making a constant draft
upon the treasury as fast as they can bo
accumulated in the course of business
and presented to the treasury for re
demption, like an endless chain pump
The president says: "The govern
. uient lias mid in gold nine-tenths of its
. United SUtes notes and still owes them
He also says: "It has paid in gold
about half of its notes given for silver
purchases without extinguishing by
such " navinents one dollar of those
This system he says is for "'supplying
gold for foreign shipment or facilitat
ing its hoarding at home."
v He recommends the cancellation of
of United States notes or "greenbacks"
as they are called, and treasury notes
issued for silver ipurcliases under the
act of 1590 the t-herman act bv ex
changing them for bonds at S per cent,
on long time. He thinks the increase of
. our national debt by this method would
-be amply compensated by a revival of
business bv a restoration of confidence
He anticipates a surplus revenue
would create a sinking fund. He also
favors the national banking system as a
means of relief by an increase of their
circulation, based upon the deposits of
United States bonds to their full face
valctej and the tax now of 1 per cent, be
reduced to tj of 1 per cent. By this
system the increase of circulation by the
banks would equal the treasury notes
he proposes to cancel, and thus fill
He also recommends selline bonds
abroad if necessary, for gold to redeem
"treasure notes. He hints at the ad
visability of a private banking system-
The silver bullion in tlic treasury is
about $178,000,000, which he thinks
might be coined into fractional dollars
and slowly put into circulation as the
secretary of the treasury thought tneces
sary. He says he realizes we are finan
ciallv ill and that our restoration re
quires heroic treatment.
Business is always fleet dating. Like
the waves of old ocean, there are times
when storm drives the billows mountain
high, and, as the wind snbsiJe, the
waters assume a Iran -jail stale. So with
business. The adverse winds of specula-
li as caused trade to dash with fury
against the ruck-ribbed coast of finance,
The thousands who had tried to ride the
crested waves of credit for speculative
purposes, foundered and went down.
some a partial and some a total wreck.
Bat by and by the calm will come and
the wreckers will gather up the debris
which comes ashore, and anon their
crafts will launch out again njon the sea
of trade and soon it will be alive with
new adventures and business will go on
. The cy clonic winds of democracy have
churned the ocean of trade as never be
fore, and thousands have been wrecked,
their goods destroyed, their credit
blasted and they are stranded on the
barren beach of fain and despair. But
behold, the calm zephyrs of protection
are beginning to waft their breezes over
the land and soon the genial warmth
from the snn of republicanism, as of old,
will cause the hearts of the people to re
joice in the prospects of better times.
Those who can keep afloat another
year will see returning prosperity.
Don't despair. The good lime is com
ing. A Backdown.
, r-The brag and bluster and self-conceit
of England is shown by her course in the
Turkish embroglio. When she ierceire8
she is not feared when she tries to belly
measure ihrough to her liking, she backs
down.. Wheu she sent her warship
Dryad to the Dardanelles, it was ex
pected that Tnxkey would get down on
her marrow bones to Johnny Ball.
Turkey possibly would have done so had
not Rossis, Germany and Austria been
there to see that if Great Britian did not
carve tlic Turkey to suit them they
would see to it that the carving was de
ferred awhile. So she orders the Dryad
to hoist anchor and go back, claiming
she had accomplished her purpose
showed her astuteness in backing down
alter finding be could not humble Tor
key and dictate to her, her policy. She
finds the sick man is convalescent and
able to look after his own interest?.
England would goblc up the Turkey if
the powers would permit it. But the
(towers were too powerful, and England
rather than get into a fight with mora
powers than one, concludes the game is
not worth the ammunition and hacks
iow n iron) ner puroge, mat ol carving
the turkey and gelling her choice of the
The Koeeburg Pi.AiM)K.u.;u says Con
gressman Hermann will certainly be re
nominated, aud that Douglas county
will support liiiu. We would not like to
see Mr. Hermann fail in the convention
ifhe ruceeded in securing the chairman
ship of the rivers and harlws committee.
This would make him a very useful
member, 1'nt we would not advise his
friends to advocate the holding of the
district convention al Kosebnrg, even in,
this event. The delegates might find
out too much about how Mr. Hermann
is regarded at home. Statesman.
The Statesman need not worry alwut
Mr. Hermann's standing in Koseburg.
Koscburgers will disclose nothing dam
aging to him. His opponents here may
be represented by the lingers on one
hand, omitting the little finger and
thumb. Do vou see?
The presidents message is quite
lengthy and treats largely on our tinan-
ial condition. Juno 30th, IX'J, the
gold reserve dropped to a lit tie over $04,
OCO.OOO and f0.000.000 of loiids were
sold, making $114,000,000. Then the
lepletion of gold from the treasury be
gan in earnest. 1-oretgn creditors called
in their loans and domestic creditors lo-
gan to draw out gold and hoard it. In
few months another batch of licntls
were sild, and again bonds were dis
posed of to pay running expenses,
though nominally to keep up the re
serve, me president, uihiks ny cuang-
ing our non-interest bearing debt, treas
ury uotes, into interest learing IkuhIs
it would restore confidence in, and a re
vival of business; in other words, in
creasing our debt will make K'tter times.
Tlio president speaks of a surplus rev-
enuo to create a sinking fund Wo
would Hko to know how ho propascis to
get a surplus white the revenue, under his
policy creates a deficit. Where is I lie
pur plus coming from uudor the Gorman-
Wilson tariff? Echo answers, w h r e,
From 17S9 to 17l2 the rates of represen
tation in the house ol congress was one
representative for every 30,000 popula
tion. The ratio has increased every
decade (except one, lbOO) till now it is
173,000 population for a representative
Don't say that the government will do
nothing tor the poor man wheu it carries
his mail at a loss of over $5,000,000 n
year. The postmaster general asks con
gress to appropriate $3,02-1,779 to pay the
deficit for 1S07.
It is about definitely settled that the
republican national convention will go to
The Glendale people who are in at
tendance at court, show their apprecia
tion of a good hotel by registering at the
During the past week we have had
variable weather rain, hail, snow, witid
and sunshine. Appearances indicate
that winter is here.
Thanksgiving was generally ob.-erved
at this place by the usual slaughter of
turkeys, which were roasted aud served
with appendage of celery and cranberry
Mrs. A. Bedfield and daughter, Miss
Nettie, of Boskydell, sitnt Sunday at
Ibis place, visiting friends and attending
Mrs. C. 1. Tolten of Uleaelleu spent
three dava visiting Mis. A. Janinea this
Hotel Glendale is crowded nith guests,
and it takes a number of cooks and at
tendants to wait 'upon tho hundreds of
people who take breakfast at this popu
We are pleased to acknowledge an in
vitation from Col. Wm. H. Taj lor, of
the Victory Placer mines, to visit tho
mine. Al an early date no hoe to be
able to accept, and we will then give the
readers of the Plainokalkb a write-up of
this one of Southern Oregon's greatest
Prof. F. A. Dean of Kiddie is installed
head clerk and deputy P. M. at the large
dry goods house of J. L. Dewey, and it is
wonderful to notice how early and how
often Glendale girls call for their mail.
S. French the venerable sage of
Binger, spent Sunday at Glendale visit
ing bis daogbter, Miss Mollie, al Hotel
A. G. Hamilton L managing the
Dewey ranch, while Philip Dewey is at
Miss Lillian Aytcb is visiting her
sister, Mrs. W. U. Kedfield, this week.
Last week Mrs. W. H. Kedfield re
ceived the sad news of the death of her
father, Mr. Aytcb at his home near Wal
lace, Idaho. His age is 70 yeais. He
was for .many years a resident of this
valley, and was universally esteemed by
all who knew him. He leaves an aged
wife and a large family of sons and
daughters to mourn tho loss of a kind
husband and father. Four of his daugh
ters, viz., Mrs. W. H. Kedfield, .Mrs. Hi
Woodford, 3Irs. D. C. Tyrer and Miss
Lillian Aytcb, reside in this valley.
Dr. and 3Irs. Craig, who have spent
tLe summer at this place, left for Cali
fornia last week. . Mouje.
South Desk Creek, Nov. 15.
JiWTott I'laixdealkb: In your issue
oftbe2!stis an article entitled "Tlic
End cf the World," purporting to be a
statement of the belief and teaching of
the religious eect known as "Seventh
Day Adventiets" in relation to Turkey
and the Eastern question.
Being somewhat familiar with the
teachings of that opIe, I would say tho
article does not correctly state ttieir po
sition. It is evident that vou n-ere mis
taken in the statement thai Elder W.
H. Eberle is "one of tho loading expo
nents" of that belief, or the interview
with him has been incorrectly reported,
I believe it was Cavier, the great nat
uralist, who once said when he heard a
crau uesciiueu as "a reu nsn that swims
backwards." "It is not red. It is not n
fish, and it does not swim backwards."
And so it might be said of the article re
lerreu to. li is correct except in its
statements. It is well to remember that
there are Advcntists who do not belong
to the "Seventh Day" or commandment
keeping class, and it may bo that this
"leading cxiwuent" referred to is ono of
them. Any one wishing to know tho
belief of "Sovenlh Day Adventista" and
their applciation of the Prophecies to Iho
j-.asiern question, should consult
"Thoughts on Daniel and tho Kevela-
tionb" by U. Smith, pages, 72.3 to 710.
ovr, .nr. builor, I would not trouble
you with this, wero it not that 1 havo
seen or heard eotnetimo or somewhere,
a legend running something liko this:
"If you tee it in tho I'lalsiikalku it is
eo," and would do all in my ower to
help jou maintain tho failh of your read
ers in this little tradition.
M. Chuckles, one of the affablo
bailifs, applied to the court for an or.
der to procure a lwby carriage to facili
1 1 T ' 1. ..... .I . , , .
uuu jus won., nut me court remain on
the ground of retrenchment of expenses
Comment on the Message.
1anih.v, Dee. 4. Referring to Presi
lont Cleveland's message to congress,
tho St. James's Gazette this afternoon
says: ''There is nothing whatever of
jingo in Cleveland's message. In spite
of all assertions to tho contrary there is
not the least probability that tho United
States will put any obstacles in the way
of a proper settlement of the Venezuelan
The Pall Mall Gnxetto remarks: "So
far as our relations with America are
concerned, tho message is not likely to
raiso any unpleasant questions, but we
fail to see how Cleveland's definition of
Monroeism applies to Venezuela."
The Globe says: "There is nothing
surprising in the fact that the Monroe
doctrine talks rather largely in the mes
sage, nor in the hostile tone adopted to
ward England. Is not the presidential
election drawing nigh? Pulling the
lion's tail may look to the old world a
curious way of trying to catch fish, but
it has been found to answer in the tur
bid waters of American politics."
Graphic The cruellies aud indiscre
tions of Presideut Cleveland's present
pronunciamciito on foreign affairs might
have been evolved by the late Mr. Ltlainu
in his worst mood. Cau anything bo
more absurd than tho proposal that the
Kchomburgk Hue (in Venezuela) should
U submitted to urbit ration? The refer
ence to Cuba is infinitely more injudi
cious. It is virtually au express'.ou of
sympathy with filibusters.
Times President Cleveland has drawn
a startling picture of the dillicnlties cre
ated by a vicious currency system, and
we should ho greatly surprised if tho
plans suggested are not warmly wel
csmed by the business luan throughout
the States. But, Hushed by electoral vic
tories, it is probable enough thiit the re
publicans will refuse to allow anything
to bo done in the direction indicated.
Meanwhile, the remainder of the mes
sage, especially that relating to foreign
relations, will gire the impression that
he is marking time. Nothing he says
commits him to a new or aggressive po
icy, while it will tax the ingenuity of his
opponents to mako out that what he save
in any way compromises the dignity or
is careless of the interests of hi own
Daily News (liberal) President Cleve
land knows tatter than to treat the Mon
roe doctrine as if it were a rule of inter
national law. It is neither dignified nor
politic for tho administration at Wash
ington to take up the quarrels of South
America commuuities which do not de
serve the notice of civilized nations.
Americans will fiuJ some day that this
sort of patronage involves a correspond
ing responsibility, aud they will not like
that at all. j
Post (conservative, As regards Sa
moa and Venezuela, the message ap
pears to be framed on lines which
Senator Chandler ruigh approve. In re
gard to Cuba, there are similar sugges
tions of a disposition to conciliate the
feelings of popular agitators. These
things are incidents of every presiden
tial campaign, and President Cleveland
never pretended to be superior to them.
Roscburg Market Report.
Potatoes, new, per bushel.. . Jp
Eggs, per dozen "fSj
Butter, per pound .20
Cheese, er pound 15 .20
Flour, per sack .75
Bran, per ton 15.C0
Sugar, granulated, 153, 1.00
Swear, extra C, 163, 1.09
Kice, per pound, 143; 1.00
Canned fruit, 2B can-
Peaches, per dozen t2.00
Tomatoes, jcr dozen 1.25
Coffee, green, per pound .25
Costa Kica, roasted .32
Moca and Java .40
Teas 35 .to
Apples, dried, per pound. . . .00
Prunes, dried, per pound... .00 ,03
Apples, per bushel .40
Beef, on foot, per pound
Sheep, per head 2.00
Chickens, per doz. cash. . 2.50
Bacon and ham, per To. . . .10 .122
Shou ders .03
Lard in bulk .03
Lard in cans .10
Sirloin steak .10
Veal 05 .00
Mutton '. 05 .00
Porter Iioueo .12
Stews 04 & .03
An Independent Lawyer.
A lawyer, with his client, called one
day pt tho offlco of a gentleman who is
considered to bo ono of tho leading men
of tno Philadelphia bar. Tho lawyer
had on important case, and ho wanted
to tako tho legal big gun in as adviser.
Ho explained his business and said ho
and tho client would bo back in tho aft
ernoon. ''I won't bo hero then," said
tho legal giant "I havo an engagement
at 3 o'clock, and I won't bo hero af(cr
that hour." "But thcro is a $5,000 fco
in this for you," explained tho younger
iawver. "Can't help it I won't bo
herd. Yon will havo to como tomor
row,1' "But my client can't como tomor
row." "Well, I can't break my engage
ment," said tho senior. After somo fur
ther talk it was agreed that a meeting
bo held that night That afternoon, hav
ing nothing clso to do, tlio young law
yer and his client went to a ball gaino.
Tlio first man they saw insido tho
grounds was tho great lawyer, who was
hurrahing for tho "Phillies" with all
tho vigor of his lungs. That was his
important engagement Needless to say
tho lawyer's practice nets him enough
money each year to mako him independ
ent Philadelphia Inquirer.
Old Time, root ball.
Football has never been n very gcntlo
game, to judgo from what Master
Stubbcs says about it in his "Anatomio
w Abuses," published in 1583:
For, as concerning football playing,
protest unto you It may rather bo called
a friendly kiudo of fight than a play of
recreation, n oloody and murthcrlng
practice than a sport or pastime, for
ooth not every ono lyo in waight for
his adversario, Becking to overthrow
though it bo on hard stones, so that by
this incancs sometimes their necks arp
broken, sometimes their backs, some
times their legs, sometimes their anncs,
sometimes ono port thrust out of joynt,
sometimes another: sometimes tlio noses
gush out with blood ; sometimes their
oves start out
Subs eril c for the Pi.Ai.vni:.M.E:t.
A HORSE'S INTELLIGENCE.
Tho Destruction uf n I-ovoo In Louisiana
Prevented by a Noble Aulinul.
Your correspondent met a gentleman
yesterday who gives tho following ac
count of n mast singular evidence of in
telligence en tho part of iv horro lolong
ing to K. L. Mooro of this parish. Tho
horfo's naino Is Dixie, mid Mooro raised
him from n coltuud is much attached to
tho animal. During tho spring of 1S94
Dixio's kneo was hurt while employed
in repairing lovecw, and for soino weeks
thereafter ho was not nblo to work at
till and was ullowed to rnn loose in tho
pastiiro and nbont tho plnea
Ono morning, when tho hands wero all
in tho fields lit work and Mooro himself
waa riding after them, thoy heard a vio
lent ringing cf tho big plantation bell
kick at tho house. Thinking something
dreadful had happpened to his wife or
children perhaps, Mooro put spurs to
his horse, and calling to tho hands to
follow galloped up to tho hou.-o. When
ho got there, ho found Mrs. Mooro and
tho children safe and sound mid very
much mmtscil at old Dixie, who had
managed to open tho yard gato rind was
pulling on tho bell ropo liko n crazy
thing. All their efforts to drivo tho
horvo away had been in vain. Ho only
continued to ring tho bell moro loudly.
Moore began to suspect that Dixio
might know what ho was about, after
all, and went out to investigate. When
tho horre saw his master, ho let go tho
boll ropo and ran off toward thn pasture,
looking bad; and tossing his her.d at ev
ery step, as if to say, "Como on!
Mooro soon saw that f omethijig unusual
had tx-curred and followed after Dixie
us fast as ho could. Tho horse mado
straight for the leveo r.t tho lower cud of
the pasture and stopped short under a
big cottonwood tree.
When. Moore came up, what was his
astonishment to see u littlo break in tho
levee, with tho water trickling through.
Quickly summoning the luuids, tho
brcneh was soon healed.
Dnt for Dixio's timely warning, how
ever, the leveo would Irnvo gono aud
tho v.holo place would havo been over
flowed. Bedford (La.) Cor. Philadel
CAT5 HARD TO TRAIN.
Vcars or latlrnr and Plenty of Kluilncm
Ilrfore Tln-7 Will I-rarn Tr!et.i.
Ail English exhibitor of trained ani
mals, Mr. Leoni Clarke, is reported as
saying tlint, though ho has educated nil
sorts of miimaL:, from lions downward,
ho ha.; found that the most difficult of
tN ui all is tlio cat. He has to treat this
creature with extraordinary care. A dog'
is jvusiblo, a monkey accommodating,
mid a rat either forgives or forgets but j
a cat ! She is a hopeless bundle of sensi- j
bilitirs. Strike her mico. if onlv liv ni. i
cidwit, and she will never perform again, j
Kinduei is not only politic, it is abso-!
lutoly uece&ary in tho training of cats. :
Although 30 cats aro sufficient for his !
entertainment, he lias CO or more with j
him. fo. Cat are very skittish creatures, t
and when they take the whim in their i
heab it is useless to take them on tho i
stage. When Mr. Clarko enters the stable. '
tho mewing is prodigious, and he is in-;
stantly buried in a moving mautlo of :
cats, it took Iutu lour wars to train i
some of his animals before he could put
them upon the stage. A parachute cat, j
which climbs up n ropo to the roof of '
tho theater and flies down by parachute, j
is tho second which has done tho trick. ,
A curious feature of the show is the wav
in which tho cats waBc over n ropo of
rats and mico and canaries, stepping
bodies. This uiigbtv forbearance Is
liri..lif nl.ii, l.f Inintnr, tl.n
from kittens in tho rantrcaso a tfcrrl
rats and birds. ThcrearoonlyMxof his
cats that Mr. Clarko dares trust among
the rats. Tho rats mid mice como from
Tra and KctTV
I recall a colored waiter at a queer lit
tlo hotel In Alabama, who asked a friend
"Will you have tea or coffee?"
"Store tea or sasscr tea?"
"Store tea or sas-ir tea?"
"Wliat d'yo mean by Kisser tea?"
"Sassafras tca good for do blood."
"Give mo store tea. I want meals,
And another who asked:
"How vou haw war eggs?"
Tlio waiter disappeared and returned.
"Boss, I don't beliew you'd caro for
demegga boiled. Better haw 'cm mixed
up wid n ham omelet. "
No eggs wero ordered. Polly Pry in
New York Recorder.
The Observant Citizen of a Boston
daily witnessed an Interesting incident
in a Boston electric. A young man was
seated reading in a crowded electric car,
and n fashionably dressed, elderly wom
an entered, accompanied by n pretty
girL Tlic young man never looked up
until tho elder lady, touching his .shoul
der, said, honey sweet, "Would yon
kindly givo my daughter your seat?"
Tho young man looked at tho young wo
man, who looked by no means ill or
feeble, then raised his hat and said qniet
ly, "No, madam."
"Yon oppose every movement of wo
man in politics," said the fair lobbyist,
"and you speak sneeringly of the 'new
woman. ' Arc yon a misogvnist?"
" 'M no," replied tho representative
from Kgypt. leratching his chin. "I'm
a bimctallist. " Chicago Tribune.
Tlio Mocqnito catst rocoivwl its 11:11110
from the SiKUiInnls in allrLsiou to tho
astonishing abnnilaiico of this pestifer
I 'lyan had what was called n ict-r-u.no
voica Ho never scolded in his
A hunting horn cost in Spain in 152?
a little over 7o tents.
Old icopIc who reiuiiro medicine to
regulate tho howcta nnd kidneys will lind
tho truo remedy in Klectric Hitters.
This medicine does not stimulate and
contains no whiskoy nor other intoxicant,
but acts as n tonic nnd alternative). It
acts mildly on tho stomach and bowels,
adding strength nnd giving tono to tho
organs, thereby aiding Nnturo in tho per
formance of tho functions. Kloctric Hit
ters is an excellant appetizer and aids
ingestion, uki people nnu it just ex
actly what thoy need. IVico fifty cents
per bottle at A. C. Marsters A Co.'s Drug
The Boss Restaurant.
The Boss IJestaurant adjoining the
hldorado saloon is now open and ready
to supply all who may call with a good
square meal, at all hours, day or night.
Come, all yo hungry, thirsty souls and
bo solaced with good meals and drinks
at reasonable prices. Don't forget tho
"JJos-s," adjoining tho Eldorado.
Lvcrybody should begin to think of
taking part in tho grand mnequerado
ball lo bo given by the Firemen Christ
LIST OF PRIZES.
To be Awarded at the Firemen's
Grand flasqucrade Ball.
For tho threo best dressed ladies: An
elegant importod dress pattern, by Mrs.
M, Josophson ; a flno silk, pearl handled
umbrella, by Wollenberg & Abraham ; a
pure solid silvor handled manicure scis
sors, by A. Salzman.
For the three host sustained lady char
acters: A gold embroidered silk tablo
cover, by Novolty store; a lino moquetto
rug, by Alexaudor & Strong; u set of
decorated plates, by J. F. Barkor.
For tho threo best dressed gents: A
box of fifty Belmoiila, by the Uoseleaf;
a lino pair of patent loathor pumps, by
Parrott Bros. ; a duo leather hand grip,
by Caro Bros.
For the threo best mistuiticd gent char
acters: A hat, hy Jay Brooks; a Htis
sian leather collar 1kx, by Hamilton
Drug Co. ; u leather oekut book, by A.
Vri.M aru on exhibition ut Parrott
Bros. Boot and Shoo Store
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so pure or so great in leav
ening power as the Royal.
u of Ohio, Cirv of Toledo, )
Luuu County. J
Frank J. Cheney makes oalh that ho
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney it Co.. doing business in Iho eity
of Toledo, county and stato aforesaid,
aud I hat paid firm will pay the nun of
One IIc'.n'dkei) Doi.laiis for each and
every case uf Catarrh that cannot bo
cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Curo.
Fkank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed in
my pretence, this 0th day of December,
A. I). 18S0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
ami nets directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the svstem. Send for
F. J. Chexev a Co,, Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills aro the best,
T L C llf
I liv 1 U LU lw
The fact that Hood's Sarsapa
rilla has cured thousands ol
others is certainly sufficient
reason for belief that it will
cure you. It makes pure,
rich, healthy blood, tones and
strengthens the nerves, and
builds up the whole system,
Oliro to get HUUU i
Hood's Pills are especially prepared to be
takea with Hood's Sarsaparilta. Sc. per box.
VTOT1CK I hereby slvcn lhat the undenicned
has been by the Countv Court of Doimla
couritj-. Orvson, a;ioIntcd administratrix of
tne cMatcol Jlary J . lilllllanil, deceased. All
persons having claims against ld estate are
required to present the Mine, with the proper
vouchers, within six months from the date of
this notice, lo the unJcrsisned. at the office of
Win. R. Willis, in the Court house, RxxeburK.
Policial county, Orcson.
Dated, this Jlh day of December. 105.
Ll'LU A. WILLIS,
Administratrix of the Estate, of Mary T. l.il
W. H. CASEBEER,
... .DEALER IN .
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
Corner Jackson and noujjlns Street.
icw Store ! New Goods ! Prices Just Right !
COUNTRY PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
YOU REALIZE THAT THE
If you are in a position
To do Business
Let the People Know it.
. rJ do
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.
-XSWWHEN YOU WANT GOOD JOB PRINTING DONE, AND YOU SOMETIMES DO, YOU SHOULD CONSULT THE tLAINDEALKR.HEiC
Wanted to Exchange
A good gristmill (valued ut $20110) for
city property, or will sell, for one-fourth
cash, balance at 8 pur cent. For further
particulars inquire ut tho I'i.aindealeii
Grain bags and twino for sale by So
Abraham, and the highest market price
in cash will bo paid by him for grain,
delivered at his warehouse at Koseburg.
For Sale or Kent.
The Palmer sawmill. For particulars
addresH. E. C I'almku, Drain, Or.
and all derangements of the
Stomach, Liver and Bowels.
Of all druggists.
ONCE USED w
ALWAYS IN FAVOR.
a vigorous body and
robust strength fol
low Rood" health.
But all fail when the
vital powers are
debility and loss of
manly power result
from bad habits, con
tracted by the young
of their ruinous con
morose or irritable
temper, fear of impending calamity and a
thousand and one derangements of body
and mind, result from such pernicious prac
tices. AH these are permanently cured by
Improved methods of treatmentwithout the
Tiatient leavincr home.
A medical treatise written in plain but
chaste language, treating of Uie nature,
svmotoms and curability of such diseases.
sent securely sealed in afplain envelope, on
receipt ot this notice, witn locents in stamps,
for txjstaee. Address. World's Dispen
sary Medical Association. Buffalo, N.Y.
An asrecahlfl laxative andKnrrr Tterc.
Sold by Druggists or sent by maiL
aad tXO per package. Samples tree.
VA Tho Favorite TI5TH P3'TS3
JCLW U.W Mrto Teeth and lircata.se.
For sale by M. F. llapp. Druggist.
N OTICE I hereby riven that on the 16lh day
ot November, 1"0. at Keeburg, Douslo-s
county, Orvson.t;. A. McKinney of Ko-eburg,
Douclas eountv. Urecun. duly assigned all his
property, both real and personal, and of every
nature, and derii'tion, U the undersigned for
the benefit of all of his creditors: therefore, all
ieivns indebted lo said G. A. McKinucr. are
hereby notified to make immediate payment to
me nniersigneii assignee, ami ail jwrsoai nav
lncclaini5airainstsiM alienor, are hereby m-
tilici to present their claims, duly verified, to
the undersigned at 1'o.M.burg. IKmclas county
Oregon, within three months from this date.
Dated November lth, IsSG.
H. C. cLOCTM,
C. A. jehliieede. Assignee.
Attorney for Assignee. ulMo.
TS the county court of the state of
A Orezon. in Douglas countv.
In the matter of the estate of Mason Wood
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
administrator of the above entitled estate
has filed his final account in settlement there
of, and the court by onler duly made and en
tried of record, has fixed Monday. January 6,
1"SH, at 10 o'clock a. m., for hearing objections,
it any there be, to said account and the final
settlement ol stlu estate.
K. A. WOODKl'FF, Administrator.
IIrows Jt Tcstix, Attorneys for Estate.
New Imlldincs. Normal,
Academic, Business, MuMc
and Art courses. Keview
classes. .Skilled teachers are
wanted. SUtc diplomas good
in any county. Lifo diidomas
uilhout iurtfier examination
atter 4-'i months' exjierlcnte
in teaching. Hoard at Hall
fl.T.'i; liHluinp M ct., student
tiirnlshlii); btslclotlilng and
lamp. Family lnnl 3. Tui
tion Jfi.ii. Iloiini, lodging,
tuition and books per year
tlii. Ashland can not be ex-
4&SiSS 1 celle.1 ii
"'k'' First T'
Ill the Mute, for line
wire -aler. health.
Term Opens Sept. 2
Kor manual or special in
W. T. VflH SC0Y, Pres.
JILSSION OE THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS TO
OUT OF TOWN
FOR SOMETHING FOREIQN I
the eager Public gathering in throngs
Ieave their Business Orders where the Trade belongs
BEST JOB PRINTING
AT LOWEST RATES.
BOOTS AND SHOKS,
HATS AND CAPS,
-AND A FULL LINE OF
Clothing, Underwear, Etc.
Call and Secure a Bargain
Lby dealing willi
G. W. KRUSE
406 Jackson St.,
One door south P.O
Choice Teat, Codecs,
Tobaccos and Cigars;
And every thing else in
the Grocery line.
Highest Jlarket Paid for Country Produce
Give him a call and be convinced.
W. L. Douglas
WllvLflT FOB A KINO.
:4?3.sp fineCait aKAHGAKa
SrfiD FDR CATAlflCtie
Over One Million People wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
They Rive the best value for the money.
They equal custom shoes In style and fit.
Thtir wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
The prices are uniform, -stamped on sole.
From Si to S t saved over other makes.
If your dealer cannot supply yoave can. Sold by
dealers everywhere. Wanted, agent
to take exclusive sale for this vicinity.
Write at once.
Marters & Co.
This old reliable and
the most successful
specialist m san Fran
cisco, still continues to
cure all Sexual and
Seminal Diseases, such
as Uonnorrhcea, uleet,
Stricture, .Svphillis in
all its forms. Skin Di
seases. Nervous Debit
itv. Imootenev. Stml
nai Weakness and Lo
SoI rianhood. the consc-
?iuence 01 sen aousc ana excesses producing the
allowing symptoms; sallow countenance, dark
spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing
in the ears, loss of confidence, diffidence in ap-
.uutuiui; BiraiLerc, paijieuiiiou 01 lac neari,
weakness of the limbs and back, lossof memory,
pimples .on the face, coughs, consumption, etc.
vn.. uiuuua nas pracuccu in san t rancisco
over thirty years nd those troubled should not
tail to consult him and receive tho benefit of
his great skill and experience, 'i'ha doctor
cures when others fail. Try him. Cures guar
antced. l'ersons cunxl at home. Charges
reasonable. Call or write.
Dr. J. F. Gibbon, 635 Kearney Street, San
XJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TH
J-' undersigned has been bv the County Court
of Douglas county, Oregon, appointed executor,
with will annexed, of the estate cf A. J. Chap
iran, deceased. All parties having claims
against the estate are requested to present the
same within six months from the date of this
notice, iiid all debts due tho estate must be
paid at onee to 1110 at Roscburg, Oregon.
Dated this ith day ot November, 1$'A.
J. I. CHAtJUN,
INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE
If you have anything
You want to Sell
Let the People Know it.
The sure road to success
Notice of Sale of Real Property for De
linquent Taxes for the year 1894.
! i,.i..r dven that by virtue of a
warrant duly issued out of and under the seal of
the county court of Donglaa county, State of Or
egon, on tno win any 01 uchjuvi, "
directed and delivered," commanding me to levy
upon and make sale of the goods ahd chattels of
unqueni lax ouj cia ...
tax roll of paid county, for the year
thereto attached, and II none be Xourwinen
upon the real property as set forth and desrtbed
Iiifaid delinquent tax roll for loai , for rabl
countv, or so much as may be sufficient to sat-
isiy inc amount ui u"""iS".', , ;T..V
thereon for lb'Jl, together with the coat and cx-
iwnseii ol making such sale. In pursuance
thereof I have levied Uikmi the following de
scribed real property in tald county and "tala.
which saiil real property is owned, described and
assessed as follows:
ArchambCBU, F. A., one-sixth interest in
the F. ouu J. Arcnamocau csiaie ip
u .7w $ H
Archambeau, le one-sixth interest in
ther.artU J. ArcuamucauesiaK;, t -
s. r 7 w.... ......
Butcs, I'. B., ne, ue nw, sec IC, lp 31
hK'Atn'A, sccfi, lp-, h, r 1 w; et -cept
vol 6 UxU. page JXt ... .
i,.,.tt iv. J - KoM'tninr. 101 iu. diocje '.
Bidwell, M., v "wK P nt"J4
swJi, sec 1Z, lp J, s, r 0 w, se kvx,
Bonanza i'ri milling Co.', frac uwJi '
c4 miK and in sec n; ip w,..
u-J, lAiils Est, uA -JA i &A' "J
nn'A, nc'Aw'A.nvi'Atvi'A.scaiil nnd
Koyer, J. I), and wile, nwji. ujh ne'A.
Brown, C. I. w c'-v sec P w
Brown, H. IS., nci nnJ-J, sec 21, Ip li s, r
Cavanaugh, Mary C, se ne'A, see ?St,
31s, r 7 w.
Cooper, J. T., A nK. c 4, tp 26 s, r 5
W, svi nci, ee-'i un m uu
sec6rtpas, raw, nwj neJi,sec33. tp
25 s, r 5 w, t sw! i , sec SI, tp s. r 5 w.
K. sec aj, tp ii s, r 5 w. t'A
nw ite'A nwK sec 3 tp 2i,
r5w,ptclafnisMand IS, trx25and 20,
r 5 w, lots 5 and 6, sec 32, tp 25 s, r 5 w, 1C7 5j
Crothcrs, Eva A., lot 3, cc lb, tp 24 s, r 1 w -zi
Dixon, W. U. iJ.,s4 WA, see o, ip a- a.
r 4 w, pt Claims o,.-w uu'i u, vcm 4, iy
g, r 5 and 6 w, nw& sec 5,tp27s,r 5 w,
seli, e'A 'A 1018 3 ancl . sec C, tp 27 ,
r 5 w, nwli, sec 8, tp 27 s. r 5 w, c'A nw4,
neii, ne4 swK, lots 1 to 8. sec 7, tp 27 ,
ra w, 'less land sold McLallen and
nth.r. nwif. sec 5. to 27 s. r 5 w. neif.
lots 1 and 2, sec , tp 27 e, r 5 w, lots 7
and 8, sec SO, tp 26 s, r 5 vr, selA nej,
se"4 lots 3 and 4, sec 31, tp 2b s, r 5 w,
r. nt elnim 50. m 27 s. ri5 and 6 w 22S 31
nnnran. A. F.. neli sec 3. tp 21 s, r 6 w U
Eaves, Lncian, w4 wJ4, ej cj, sec 16, tp
l'J s.r8 w -
sec 14. tp 21s. r 4 w, 13 23
Harris, P. A., cl 37, tp 2 J s, r 4 w, neji sejf,
tA KK. nw SWK 6 tp 21 s, r 4 w,
Heald, Mary L., South Drain, aU bioct 10,
Ola .1 It.
lots 7 and 8, die i-', iois no i, u anu i,
Henderson, C. A., Gardiner, lot 1, blk 10
Height, Octavius, se. nj, sec 36 , tp 27 s,
Hill, F. U., Est., e'A el4. "3i nei, sec 33,
tp25s, r5w.ne;jsw4,sc33,ip25s, r
5 w, pt Gardiner's D. C and hs p. C. in
tp 28 s, r 5 w. Lot 4, sec 6, lot 8, sec 5,
lot 2, sec 8, tp 26 9, r a vr, nwJi; sec 4,
bwj., nw4. sec 13. scj, sec 5,
Hill, NV". G., in tp Ks.ro w,
Johnson. Mrs. Fannie, und 1-7 Rdbt.
Smith's D. C, tp 23 s. r5 w,
Kelette, Marza M., nci neii, sec 16, tp
22 s, r S w,
Kester, Wm, in Sec 10, tp 30 1, r 3 w,
Kraws, W. II., lot's 1 and 2 Hassel's add
Leonard, JI., ne1 i. nw seJ-J, sec U, tp 2a
s, r s w, . ' -
Leibman, Jos., pt cl 40, tp 30 s, r 5 w, lot i,
sec C, tp 30 s, r 5 vr, .
Linton, T. E-, lots 1 and 2, s! seJi, tec 3C,
tp 19 f. r 12 w,
McClure. John, sw'lt sw' ne.1, sec 12, tp
23,8, row, swjnej.ue'i neji, sec 13,
tp 23 s, r 5 w
McDonald, F. V.. suji neJi. sei nwJi wj
se'j, n' sw;.,, s4 sb; sec is. ip mzi s, r
5 w, 1
Moore. J. C sw". srf sec 2. tp 33 s. r 7 vr.
Moore, Lucinda, sw j teJi. seji r;vi, sec
14, tp27?.r4 w
Morrison, J. D., pt claim 42, see 21, tp 29 s,
r 4 w
. T., pt Cl 42, sec 21, tp 29 s, r
Mvrtle Creek Consolidated Gold Mining:
and Manufacturing Co, nwji. sec 21, tp;
2 s. r I w.
Xoble, Harry C.
. lots 12 and 13, sec 31, ,p
Marsh, U.S., nc3nwi, see 31.
Stephens, A- V lot 3, sec 11, tp 27 s, r 3 w.
Smith.. , .V., sw!inw;,sec21, tp 25 s; r
Palmer, Caroline E,, und 'i neJi, sec 22,
tp s, t w
nw - nn1 . .w1 '.. see SL tn . r t; w..
Patterson, m., wj, nwj-i. sec 2S, tp 24 s,
r 6 w. all sc 23 tp 24 s, r 6 w,
Peters, G. , pt sj neJi, ejj seJi, sec 33,
tp2Is, ro w,
Putnam, C.F., K-e F. Putnam's D. C. and
22 s, r 6 wl lots 4 and 5, vji Joseph I'ntr
nazns, D. C, sec 17. tp 22 s, r 6 w.. 196 77
Putnam, Mrs. S., s'cl 3S, nej neJi, lot
6, sec8, tp22s. r iv 23 00
Raralt, Bruno 11 , sw', sec 36, tp 21 5, r
S vr, 4 37
Reynolds, Milton, sw.' swj, sec 9, tp 31
r t w,
Robson, E. F., c' ne1, sec 36, tp 25 s, r 8 vr
Roche, John, nU ne1,, sec 20, tp 13 s. r 11
w, nvt'j nw'.scc 2, tp 19 s, r 11 vr, iwj
sej, sec 17, tp 13 s, r 11 vr,
Rondeau, Frank, Est., n' nwj, sec 21, tp
25 s, r 7 w... Z
Rose, Aaron, EoseburgSrd Southern Add.,
lts 12 and 13, block 91,
Rose, A., 3rd Southern Add., Eoseburg, lot
16. block so,
Shansle. F. E., wj, sej, neji nw'i sec" f,
tp 23 s, r 5 vr,
Shehan, E. J., nw nwji, sec 36, tp 20 s,
r 5 vr,
Shutrnm, Geo., lots S and 3, blk 1, Shut-
xuiu auu. 10 1 oncaiiuU.
Simmons, F., Oakland, R, R. Add., lot 3
Small, George, wj j se, neK sej 1, sef nc
li, sec 20; tp 22 s, r 12 w, ;f '
Stearns Frnit Land Co., hetween lots I ti?
20.tp27s,r5 vr, I
Steel, V. G.. pt Chitwood's D. C.,
Sutherlin, Maud, Oakland, R. R. Add., J i
block 23. : lt
Sntheriin, Thomas, sej j se1. sec 9, tp 25 s.
r 5 w, lr w w, neV, sec 22, tp 25 s, r 5
w, e. cl 46, tp 25 s, r o vr, L
Smith, A. M.,sw; nwX, nvrK swii, sec
16, tp 30 s, r 4 vr, 1.
Terrill, W. D., pt cl 46, tp 30 s. r 4 vr,
Walker. Thomas M, sw'i sw'j, sec 36, tp
20 s, r 10 vr,
Wheeler, C. 1L, wjj sej, seji seH.sec 36,
Whethem. James, Roeburc;, lots 4 to 10.
blk I, Tp. Add.; lots A to D, blk 4, Tp
Add.; lots 4 to 11, blk 5, Tp. Add.: lots 4
to 11, blk 6. Tp. Add.; lots 2 to 11, blk
iu, i p. .vuu.; 101s 1 10 o. Die It, Tp. Aud.:
lots 3 to S. blk 12, Tp. Add .
Whitbeck, Mary, Koebunr, lots 12 and 13.
blk 71, 1st Add., .
n uiu.-, . v., s- uc"4. sec 19, tp 29 s, r5 vr,
okum,J.L.,intp'30s,'r5 w, u.
Young;, A. M., in tp 22 s, r 7 vr, Elkton, 3.
to t. blk lo,
Chatrietd, A. O., Yoncalia, lot 2, blk 8,
Tenant, Mrs. Phoebe, seli sec 10, tp 32, r
And will on
TuoJay, the ijtji day ol December, A. D..
between the hours of 9 o'elock lu the iorenyoa
and 4 o clock in the afternoon, to-witi At 1
o clock m the afternoon sell at public auction
at the court house door in Roseburc, Douglas
county. Oregon, to the highest bidder for cash
in hand, all the above described real property,
or so much thereof as will be necessary to sat
isfy the amount of the delinquent taxes charged
!2?,Kin ,f?f f?ia Douglas county, Oregon, for
1831, and for the costs of Jhjs sale.
Dated at Koseburg, Oregon hig ISth day ol
C. F. CATHCAKT.
bhenir and Tax Collector for
Douglas County, Oregon.
vrOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUB
undersigneil executor of the last will and
testament and estate of Henry S. Marsh, do.
ceased, late of Douglas countv, Oregon, has
been duly licensed nnd directed' by tho
County Court of Douglas county, Oregon, bv an
onler of said Court, made and entered ot record
on the 4th day of November, 1S95, to sell tho
hereinafter described real estate belonging to
the estate of the said llenrv S. Marsh, de
ceased, which said order provides that said ex
ecutor may sell the said real propertv herein
after fully and particularly described, at pri
Now, therefore, in pursuance ot said license
and order, hich is recorded in volume 8. on
page 400, thereof of the Probate order book of
Douglas county, Oregon, I will, from and after
the. Mb. day of Jauuary, 1S96, proceed to sell
x l'tivate saie; according to law in such cases
jnado and provided, fqr cash in hand, to tha
highest bidder, all the tight, title ahd Interest
which tho said Heniy s. Marsh, deceased, had
in or to the .ierelnatter deciibod premises at
the time ot his death, towit: On the 22nd day
April, 1S9I, towit: 7
The N. E. of the N. W. 4 oi Section 3i In
Township 23 south, of Range 5 West of Wil
lamette Meridian, in Douglas county, Oregon.
Dated this 22nd day of November, ls93.
J- S- HUNT. Executor.
C. A. Sshlbbede, Attorney for Estate
Notice is hereby riven to all whom it may con.
cern tht I hive appointed D. W. Btearoi of Cal
pooii precinct Deputy Inspector of Stock for said
precinct; poatofflce address, Oakland; also A. J.
Chapman of Wilbur, and Ralph Smith, at Boas
burir. to act during my absence, and others nil
be added M parties inspected male their detlra
Vnown to m.
Roseburg, May 4th, 1S8T.
Inrealsor of Stock for Douglas county .".Or.
Bulklcy, E. A., nvi'A. sec -a, tp 21 1, r a w, i
Burnham, Geo. C, In sec 31, tp Ti r, r 6 w, it (.
L'applous, W. C, Kat., wJJ swK. eJ V.
I..t. nml ." nw'.i. rA-r.'lt. lb 27 S.