$ j i'l-i IF YOU SEE IT Irt 1 IF YOU DON'T READ 'f- f The Plaindealer The Plaindealer WW W 4 4 i You Dos't Get the News. IT IS SO. Vol. XXVI. ROSEBURG, OREGON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1895. No. 75. r.a vM mm m mm . mm mm . mm mm . ins GENERAL DIRECTORY ATtoronoos. Cation I'-fiSSSS iMr8 Gorcrnor .... WllHsm P. Lord Secretary ol State H. K. Kiacald SUteTreasurcr Eupt. Pub. Instruction- state ranter. Attorney General- Phil M etnehan ,Q. M. Irwin W. H. Leeds C M. Idleman Jt CRAWFORD, Attorney at Law, RooraMIarstcrsBulldtnE, EOSEBURO, OR. SBaslncss before the TJ. S. Land Oflicc and EUnlrig cases a specialty. Lite Receiver TJ. S. Land Office. OKOFOE X. BKOWX. mm. rAGE-Tvms. Mesibcr Board of EqualiiaUonA. a Woodcock F. A. Moors Supreme Jadces C. K. Wolrcrton (R.S. Bean (A. B. Coapson KiiroaiuoBEiaioaer u. b. aaaj CI. A. Macrum Clerk ot Railroad Commission LydeU Baker BECOXD JCDICXU. DISTWCT. Judge J. C Fallcrton ProfecuUcr Attorney Geo. M. Brown o. s. Lues orncx, sosxbccq. Receiver R. & Sheridan Zogister , B. M. Vcatch V. S. VXITHXX SUIXIS. Thos. Ginson DBOTO & TUSTIW, Attorneys-at-Law, Ta Rooms 7 and 8 o & Wilson Clock. ROSEBl-UiJ, OIL -yy R. WILLIS. Attorney and Counselor at Law, WCU prscUce in all the courts ot the Bute. Of See la the Oourt Hoax, Douglas county, Or. Ohserrer eocgils coorrr. Senator Representatives . -aexk hcxifl Ireassrer-. School SBperindcat- County Judge Costsiissioae Earreyor uoroaer Sheep Inspector. f xxecter owicuts. Justices- Henrr Bccklej (J. E. filundcll Jj.T.Bridres. (a A.Sehlbrcde F. W. Benson I .C. F. Cat b carl W. A.Fratcr .J. A. Underwood I LA. btcrung A. e. b teams L. Wilson a H. Jlsoptn mi: ueraon I Dr. K. L. Jiiller I .The, smith C. A. SEHLBREDK, Attorney at Law, Rotebury, OrejoH. Office over the Foatomee on Jackson street. a W. CARDWELL, Attorney at Law, R03EBDRG, OREGON. WTTUblcs.. .John Hamlin I ILCSJocom I F. R. COFFMAN, lsyor . . 1st Ward. SndWard Ward- cxrr or kosxeuko. JL C llanters Recorder- VaahsL. I Robert Yates ' (David ClemcnU I K. a Stanton (O. Moore (J.M.rietcher (Wm. Perry IF. IL Churchill lH.C.cloeam y. H. Ziler J. B. Cannon I. A. Pexkinf Physician and Surgeon (O. S. Examining Scrgeoc.) OFFICE. Rooms 6 and 7 Manten' Bnildinc. Residence. First door bouth ol Mrs. Curriers Boarding ilouie. Special attention to Surgery and tb Diseases oi Women. jq" J. OZIJ5, 71. D., Physician and Surgeon, OSBce In S. ROSEBURG. OR. Marks i Co.'s Block, Trmw.-. COCXT SBSI03CS. The Circuit Court for Dotuclas Coaaty meets three tixaes a rear as follows: The Si Xon- iUyinlareh,UieUiJIOBdaTinJune, and the I " ... . ' 1st SCoaday la December. 1. C. FuUerton ol prompUy answered day or night. lioseourr jnuge. Geo. X. Brown, of soseborg, proseesung attorney. CoantTCoartmeeU the 1st Wednesday alter Septeaber and Korember, A. F. Stearns, of uauano, indge; c H. Maopln of Elilon and w. L. Wilson, of Riddle, commissioners. Probate Court is in session conUnnoosly, A. F. c .earns, mage. upitairs. Li. Fatxtts Laxe. Judge L. Locgzuet Society iSceUsLg. JANB ct L0UGHART, Attorneys & Counselors at Law teosebnrg, Oregon, Ot- TMll metice In all the eoarta of Ore-run Bee-ln the TarW-Wiltoa Mock. TACREL lodge. meenngi each -month. C ft. Kixx, Sec-y. A. F. A A. if., EEGCLAB J. R. WEBS, AT. If. TTltPQUA CHAPTER, KO. 11. R. . M.. HOLD tMr rr iOr rrm 1 1 ai Masonic hall i oa me am ana inirc iueaty ol eacn montn. Visiting ccsiraBians are cordially invited. JtF.BAPP, H.P. laasocs Caio, Sectetary. TjHILETARIAS LODGE, XO. 8. L O. O. 7- lgiegta SatsTdar enedsr ef Mfh -wwe- ai 7 YyiLL. P. HEYD0N, CJoxixity Stirvcyor. and Jtotnry rntillc. Orncx: In Court House. Orders for Sorvcxlnr and Field Notts fhouM reyor, Rosebtrrg. Or. A. SAL2MAN, (Successor to J. JASKOLEK.) Practical : Watchmaker, : Jeweler : and : Optician. DEALER IN .. WATCHES, GIiOCKS, JEWELRY, AND FANCY WOODS. 41 JC);imS.xS.xa( mm. r38jt;.ao.S.y- ;J .4 Uouuiuu lii-itziHixn 13vo GIumhuh ninl ftsinsctuolcis A COMl'lJiTK STOCK OK Cutlery, Notions, Tobacco, Cigars and Smokers' Articles. Also I'roprlotor ami Mauager of Kosoburg's Famous UavRain Store. mrfttrim foPr'RlCM.7 EGRAPH NEWS The Day In Congress. Washington, Dec. U. Chief interest in tlio senate proceedings today centered in the speech of Senator Morgan of Ala bama, chairman of tho committee on foreign affairs, on the.Dehring tea award. Son-itorCaEfery, re-elected at tho ex piration of a short term for a f'lll term of Bix years, was sworn in. Tho 13 rat bfll of the season to be passed was one granting tho state of Pennsyl vania permission to cccupy tho United States' court rooms at Scranton and Wil liamsurt during certain months. Cullom gave noti.-e that ho would ad dress the senate tomorrow on tho Monroo doctrine Among the bills introuueed was one by Voorhees, of Indiana, granting a tension of?200er mouth to the widow of the late Secretary of Stato Grcsham. In the House. Washington, Dec. 9. A bill by Hop kins of Illinois was passed to amend the statute of fixing tho customs district of Chicago so that the district would em- braco all of the states of Illinois and In diana. Hopkius explained that the bill was in the interest of the smelters of Aurora, who desired to be able to pay duties on Canadian ores at tho port of Chicago. The oath of cilice was then adminis tered to l'rice of Louisiana. ally, it is said, point unmistakably to further large withdrawals of gold, and without something ia done to prevent the usual heavy exports during January and February, which for the last two years have lorced tho issue of bonds to recoup the depleted gold reserve, a simi lar situation will confront the treasury before the new year is far advanced. The available cash balancein the treas ury today, including the reserve, is ap proximately $175,500,000, and as the government has realized from its three bond issues about $182,000,000, it ap pears that but for theso issues tho gov ernment would now be without ono dol lar in the trpasury, and, in addition, would have outstanding obligations amounting to about $0,500,000. The ex cess of exieuditures over receipts amount to about $150,000,000. The exports of gold during the last four months have been $o5,706,000. So far this calender year they amounted to $95,000,800. In 1894 the exports amounted to $101,819,924. From the best informationable it is believed that tho preeent month will show a surplus of at least $1,000,000, which will leave the deficit lor the fiscal year to January about $15,000,000. It is expected that this amount will not be materially in creased during the remaining months of the fiscal year. The Oregon Fruit Union. From a circular of the union we learn that the union has shipped the past sea son 2,127,558 pounds of green fruit, which, after paying the expenses of freight, boxes, commission, and in a great many cases, packing charges, net ted the growers 6 cents per pound. That is a good showing for green fruit. The total number of crates of dried prunes shipped were 55,443 and 10,822 boxes, on a total of 1,345,500 pounds. Tho largest amount of. prunes were Italian. Of Silver prunes 2,079 boxes, or 60,120 pounds and of Hungarian 132, 580 pounds were shipped. The Italians netted 1J centa per pound, the Silver Ji cents and the Hungarian cents per pound. The French or Petite prunes are reported as not profitable to the shipper. Salisbury's Reply. Washington, Dec. 9. The Venezue lan question. divided with the committee nnnnintmanla tha in tornat nf t Vi n Iiaudu The memorial adopted by the National Talk 'was created by the state- ( 1 i I i foPr'RltiM.T As' Way i w. P. BRIGGS, Oh! no; Not Ours, But you will certainly throw fOUV old SliloJct lamps away if you once see the fine center draft lamps we have on exhibition. mmnmiii i iirnni i rv o uir&i75nc Roseburg Hardware Go. Woalgrowers' Association labt Saturday, calling for higher duties, was presented by Danforth, but Crisp objected to its reception. Crisp also objected to the resolution by Cannon, calling on Secre tary Hoke Smith for his authority for the 1 order suspending all operations of the land office by which settlers on the Pa- Icific railroad grant lands in Utah and Nebraska could perfect their titles. At 1 :!0 the house adjourned until to morrow. o'clock in their hall at Enseborg. Mrrahen of the order In good standing are invited to attend. ueoisx usxrr, a. j. WxTjrr Joxzs, Sec'y. TTSIOX ESCAMPXECT, SO. , MEETS AT w Odd FeDows hau on secesd and xosrth TTijiiUjs of each r?rmta. VUlting brethren are iBTuea to auesa. JOSEPH MICET.T.T, tail. J. 3L. FLETCHER. & P. Ti 02EBUEG LODGE. NO. IS. A. O. U. W. xseta the seeutid asd tamh Mondays ol eses-BSBtaasTaop. &. at Odd Fellows nan. Mesbers of the order ia good KrlTT are la- TUessoaaeso. T ESQ POST. SO.S. G. A. B MEETS THE -tv gat and Thnrtrtayi ol each TTtmth I TT7QMES3 KT7.TKF CORPS SO. 10, MEETS second and fourth Thursdays in each Esseta. FA KMT ' ALUASCE Regular Quarterly Meellnz-i will be held at Gracse Hall. Roseburg. the first Friday la December, March 17. is. Dcrpatjr Mineral Surveyor and Kotnrj" Xatllc Orncx: County Jail Buildiri;, up tulrs. 5- Special attention paid to Transfers and I Couiejances. Address. ROSEBURG. OR. jg- MILLER, M. D., Surgeon and Homoeopathic Physician, 82rCamnlc diseuea a pecislty. aad June, aad the third T in Friday la Septmbcr. ROSEBURG CHAPTER, SO. S. O. E. S MEETS the mml asd fourth Thrrrsdara ef each BERTHA CARO. W. M. OO5EB0RG DIVISION NO -f76, B. OF L. JL, sects eTery aecoad and zonxta soacay. JERRY J. W1LS0H, Watchmaker and Jeweler, 411 Jackson Htrcct, At Laensen's Cigar Factory. EOsEBCEU. "D OSEBTJBG R. D. LODGE, SO. O, I. O.O. av laeetsaaTnesdaTeTenlasof each, weel the Odd FeUmrs aaO. Via ring sisters aad OaAJI Kepalrlnc cutriiHtcd to my care -rrlll be PROMPTLY and carefully done. PRICES REASONABLE. GrJLwtre 2UCo a. C7smXJl. B4m arp lnxlted to attend. DORA FLETCHER. S. C. IVY VAN BURES. B.SeC ALPHA LODGE. SO. 7, K. OF P., MEETS every Wednesday crenlng at Odd Fellows I visiuag Dreusen in gooa siaaouig cur- dlaBy lanted to aKeao. The C&arcties. BimsT CECiCH corner ol Lane and Roa treets. Sunday Berrice: Preaching, n a. m. aad "Mv- m.; Voung People's Onion, 30p.m.; Mrs. E.W. Black, President; Sunday School, 19 c rru; James Chamberlain, Buperinteadent Prayer Meeting, Thursday crenlng at 7:30. Ext. a, W. blxcx. Pastor. Residence, So. Ot Mala Street. MxtEODirr Chtscz corner ol Mala and Lane treets. Bonder Bexnce: Preaching, n a. n. aad 7:30 p. n.; Babbcta echool, 10 a. m.; F. W. WooBer, Baperlntendent; Class Meeting at close oi the morning serrice; ipwurth League 630 p. ia. Clare Hume, President. Prayer Meet ing, Wednesday, at 7 30 p. m. Rxt. G. W. Kxssxdt, Pastor. Parsonage, corner Main aad Lane. PaxiBTTSKiAS Church corner of Cass and Rose streets. Buaday Berrice: Pcpllc worship, en. aad 730 p. at.; Babbath School, 10 s. a.; T. P. & C. Z.,7 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednes day, 7:30 p. a. B. B. DrxwoxTH, Pastor. The W. C. T. O. meets erery second aad fourth Thursday eTening at the residence ol Mrs. Win. Emita. Tke Lor ai. TExrzsaycs Ixaioa will meet at the M. E. Church Wednesday at 3 p.m. A. C. Bccrozx, Bupt. j. F. BARKER & CO. GROCERS. H. C. STANTON Has jast rtcelTed a new and extensile stock DRY : GOODS CONSISTING OF Ladies' Dress Goods, Ribbons. Trimming?, Laces, ztc, Etc -ALSO A FINE STOCK OF BOOTS ArVD SIIOl Of tfaa best quality and finish. GROCERIES , Wood, Willow and Glass Ware, Crockery, Cordage, Etc. Also on band in large quantities asd at prices to nit the times. Also a large stock of Gustom-Made Clothing 'Which Is offered at cost price. select stock of A full and SCHOOL BOOKS Constantly on hand. Also the LATEST KOYELTIXS IN STATI0NKK) General arent for eyerr rarietr oi subsetifUon books and periodicals published In the United mates. 1'eraons wishing reaulag matter oi nay kind will do to gire me a call. Against the Glass Trust. Chicago, Dec. 9. A special from derson, Ind., says: The announcement that tho great pauw Wiudow Gloss Company will its plant into operation the first of year has put the wiudow glass trust An- De pnt the on ment that Livingstone of Georgia, think ing that congress should not be kept waiting until Cleveland's return to be in formed of the contents of Lord Salis bury's reply, would introduce a resolu tion calling upon Olney for the corres pondence. As this would be rather an unusual mode cf procedure, enveral influ ential members, both republicans and democrats, suggested to Livingstone that such a resolution might be construed as an act of discourtesy to the president. If Livingstone finds this opinion general be will abandon his intentions. Glorious Oregon. Prophets and the oldest inhabitants seem to be at a loss concerning the present winter. Some declare that it , is to be mild and pleasant, others that it is to be a severe one. But this we do know, and can safely say, we are having and have had this fall one of the pleasantest that ever fell to the lot of man to enjoy. Oregon is Oregon, and there is no other region to compare with it. If our winter in any degree compares with our fall weather we will have nothing to complain of. Of one thing Oregonians are always assured bounteous crops, genial climate, with freedom from tornadoes and pestilence. The people of Oregon today, notwith standing the cry of hard times, are on better circumstances than any people on the Atlantic coast. Real Estate Bought and Sold Farms, large and smaIl,-to-Rent AND IM.MEDLVTE POSSESSION GIVEN. Stock Ranges, Timber Lands and Mining Properties, Prune and Hop Lauds of best quality, in choice locations, in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable prices and easy terms. Inquire of edge, and the shutdown of all window- glass plants in the country, wbl.:h wasto have taken place January 1, to continue for an indefinite period, hai been de clared off. The plant is the larcest in the United States, and the company re fuses to go into the combine. The an ncuncement that the American Plate Glass Company's plants at Alexandria --.I v- ill vi . uuu aiuui) uuum ug pui id opera-1 i .r -r-l- .. . 7. . UiUCHUl 113 iiou January l aiso caused the omcers ot the trust to tafce alarm. The Alexandria plant is the Iargcat in the world, and the two, it is said, are large enough to force down the prices cf the trust. The flint glass trust will clcso its plant in January for a short lime to strengthen prices. ID. S- KL BUIOK, ICoNOlsaa JLswsiciaaa THE THIRD ADDITION BR00KS1DE. TJte HoiVC Farm, east of town, has been plat ted and is now on the market in Lots and Blocks containing 3, 20, 30, and 40 acres, ranging in price from $ per acre. Any one wanting a fruit, vegetable or chicken farm or a suburban home can now be accommodated on easy terms. All lots sold in First Brookside addition have more than doubled in value. The prospect is much better foi the future. More fortunes are made in lands near a grow ing town or city than any other way. Sieze the opportunity. For information or conveyance, call at ouv Real Estate Office, or on Cr T. BELDEN, Propr, An Extraordinary Auction. Toi-cka, Kan., Dhc. 0. At 10 o'clock tomorrow at Topeka will occur the great- eat auction the world has ever known. At that hour J. 13. Johnson, special mas ter in chancery, will offer to the Highest bidder for cash in hand the entire system of the Atchison, Topeka Jt Santa Fe, Nothing will be reserved of its 10,000 nines ot track, its 2000 locomotives, its thousand:) upon thousands of can?, its building!, rights and franchises, which are considered together to reach the im perial value of $350,000,000. special .uasicr jonnson win act as auctioneer, and as a preliminary to re ccivnig bids will read the order of sale. the judgment of the court and other le- al documents, which will consume scmctliini; more than an hour. One feature of this auction materially differs from tho ordinary. No one will be allowed to bid unless he has first de posited foOO.OOO in cash with the special master as au evidence of zood faith 5 10 IOO Judge Henry C. Caldwell will come to Topeka fcr the purpose ol confirmiug the sale. Douglas County Schools. The public school system of Oregon is one of the best in the United States. That improvements may be made is not denied, but as a whole it built upon and patterned after those of other states which, after due trial, have been found most efficient. The educators at the head of the educational department of the state have been verv dilligent and persenring in perfecting the syetem and as a resnlt we have a system nearly per fect. But while the eystem ia excellent the work is overdone, which neutralizes advantages by the practice of "cramming." There are too many studies crowded npon the minds of the pupil at once. This evil may be reme died by school officers and teachers. In our public Ecbools there should be dropped out of the curiculum several studies and those lett be more thoroughly taught. We find pupils advancing to algebra for instance, who are not masters of the arithmetic. Others take up ad vanced studies and leave the primaries before they are proficient in those they leave behind. By this way they aro liko the soldier's retreat ; they advance back ward. The fault is not so much in the sys tem as in the manuur of execution. For public school purposes there am nine cases out of ten where the pupil can not attend school lonu euough to become proficient in all the branches provided for, and as a consequence they leave school with a little knowledge of many things but perfect in none. Orthogra pby, readiug, writing and the fundamen tal principles of arithmetic and the prin ciples of ordinary every day business aro too much neiilecteu. lhey are skimmed over and the pupil passed on to those less essential. A higher educa tion is good, but when that, from the na ture cf circumstances, conuot be at' tained it is better theso more essential should be more thorough. tAii mm nun A SPECIALTY. rniiaca mJaBwrrflTrr)l?i7T?SsWJ W COPYRIGHTS CAR 1 OBTAIN A PATENT f For a prompt answer ana an bonert opinion, wrlto to jnilhK Ac CO., who hare bad nearlBfty years' expsrlenoe In the patent business. Ojnmunlca. lions smelly conDaemiai. Aiianuiiinitgiiu. formation concerning Patent and bow to ob tain tnera sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan ical and scientific books sent free. Pstents taken tbrongb Mann & Co. recetre special notice In the Hclentllle Amerlenn. and inns are bronsbt widely before the. public with out cost to the Inrentor. Tble splendid taper. Issued weekly, elegantly Illustrated, has by far Iho larreet circulation of any scientific work In tho won a. s4 a year. rBmntc cii-b rent C caiuon, moniuir. ?i.wn rear. Ballainr nes.3 cents. Ulnnln Erery number contains wau- tlfol plates, tn colors, and phovicrnr.lis of new bouses, with plans, enabling builders to show tho latest detlrrti and secure contractu. Address MUNN A CO- NEW VOHK, If III UUUADWAy. A spatial brand .( unadulterated Tea. priis Our cOsTir Zs baring a large sale. ITew styles ol Glass and Delf Ware attosUhlng low prices. Our own Toaaijoefare very popular. caused j EAlsrysnaeiprtMeipaiuwpekiyiiiriTi AjA rf msneot pol lion, detail tori vtf.afg Eipcrienco unnecessary, rccoiur advantages tabeglnners. Liberal eommlulon to local part- lima &nt. trreat wS Com ..rty.rsUsbWjlJSmVnt nursery m for the orchard, stock. lawn snd ftarden. We want you now, whllt , kL'9r tea fruit inaury h o fcjri-nportant- Oood chance for .iT.aneetnent. Outfit and rail par. Pjlc-alirsf . DROWN BBOB. CO., nur- '-m.ime -jlarosthUpsper. ed.) aensieBaBoisicHSBvieaeissi Bw)iHBBBBOBOBieEx m THE PELTON WATER MOTOR. Of capacities varying from i to25 " horse power affords the most cou- venient, economical and reliable 5 power for all light service. One of these may be seen running at this S office. Send for circulars. S THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO., i2i Main Street, San Francisco, Cal. BBCBBSBeBBBaBBCBBBCBBB Bfl8fl9BCB0BflBaBae The Venezuelan Revolt. itiv ouk, Uec. 9. A local paper says : From tho pott on the afternoon of Sunday, December 1, sailed a filibuster mg expedition whose aim is to take tho government of cnezuela out of the humid of President Crespo and to free that country from tho financial und com mercial distress which tho revolutionists cl.iim have driven them and their coun trymcn to desperation. By this time General Domingo Mona gues, tho leader of tho expedition, has probably effected a landing. It is claimed that his arrival is all that is needed to put a formidable array in the field asainBt tho president. Tho expedition led by General Monagiies was plauneJ and car ried out, thus far successfully, by promt nent Venezuelans in this city and Brook lyn. Neither the Venezuelan consul nor tho minister at Washington knew any thing of the plans to overthrow their gov ernment. It is understood to bo the greatest expedition of its kind that ever Populist Doings. The populist central committee met at the Grange hall last Saturday with 20 members from the different precincts present. After listening to reports !from pre cincts, the meeting directed that a com mittee be appointed in each precinct to circulate petition to county court, for the appointment of populist representa tion on election board. Moved and carried that time for hold ing county convention be fixed at next quarterly meeting. A resolution declaring that the popu lists of Douglas countv are adherine strictly to the principles of the Omaha platform was adopted unanimous. Meeting adjourned to meet on first Saturday in March. Probate Proceedings. In the matter of the estate of John Conway, deceased, MarthyA. Conway way was appointed administratrix. The probable value of said as estimated is $1,500. Nels Rydell, John Hancock and W. McKin were appointed appraisers of said estate. BRIEF MENTION. the It is hoped by almost every Oregonian that Mr. Hermann mav get the chair manship on the rivers and harbor com mittee, on account of the advantage it will be to our state, whether thev be republicans or democrats. But the chances are not the most ilattcring as Grosvenor of Ohio has thelstrongest po litical pull on the speaker, Keed. Ohio has 21 congressmen while Oregon has but 2, and as Reed is a candidate for the presidency he may try to placate Ohio, by putting Grosvenor at the head of the committee. Ohio is pledged for McKin ley which holds that state from Keed on the first ballot, but after that who can say where Ohio will go? Kansas is escaping capital punishment in a peculiar way. Under its law, which has been on the statute books sinco it was a stato, a man condemned to death must serve ono year in the enitentiary before tho execution, and then tho gov ernor must make out a death warrant. No governor has been willing to do this. and in consequence thero aro now 4G leii uiis port, carrying, as it does, enough murderers, condemned to death, con- arms and ammunition to equip a whole fined in tho stale penitiary. Indian- W. II. CASEBEER, DEALER IN GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, Corner jncUHon mill DoukIuh Strcctn. New Store! New Goods! Prices Just Right! COUNTRY PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD. army. uenerai Uomiugo iMonagues is an os president of Venezula, and one of Cres po's bitterest enemies. Ho was one of the most popular presidents the republic has ever had, und although ho protested that ho was getting too aged for tho hard i ships of warfaie, tho promoters of the revolution insisted that ho should load tho forces. npolls Sentinel. There is such an enlarged demand for pennies in the East that the Philadel phia mint is now coining them at the rate of 150,000 a day, and the sign is not a bad one, for if there is not much money in a 1-cent piece thero is a great deal of economy in it. Call. J. B. licalil of Drain is in the city to day. W. C. Cal berwood of Omaha is in city. J. 11. Uiiiley of Myrtle Creek is in town today. F. ilethiuain of Portland is at the Mc- Clallen. 1. Hunt of Oakland is in the city today on busiucii. . 11. Broden of Portland is in the city today. J. W. Billings ot Rogue river is a guest at the McClalten. W. A. Forbes of .Med ford is a guest nt the Van Honten. J. N. Russell of St. Louis, is stopping at the Van Houten. M. W. Pratt oi Lawrence, Kan., is guest at the Van Houten. Geo. U. Wannacott, postmaster at Myrtle Creek is a witness at court in the case of Stato vs. Pratt. Hon. Win. Lee per aud J. Leeper of Oakland are iu the city on business be fore Judge Stearns. G. J. Callahan and his bonny bride were in the city today making pur chases for housekeeping. Ueorge Dement ot .Myrtle Ureek is in the city today, a witness in the case of Stato vs. Harry Pratt, charged with lar ceny. John FuUerton, Jr., of Days Creek in the city I his week. Mr. FuUerton is a son of Hon. John FuUerton and biother of our popular judge of this city The Boston Herald complains that the country has not given the "Wilson tariff a fair trial, but it must admit the tariff has given the country a mighty hard one. Mr. D. Jackeon, the gunsmith on Jack ecu street, has added another enterprise to his business, that of a boot and shoe shop, and taken an apprentice, Mr A. Milton, who will make your boots and shoes and mend your soles for a reason able compensation. Give him a call Next door north of Pitcbford'a. At the residence of the bride's parents at Norway, Coos county, Dec. 2, 1895 Mr. Wm. Hunt, the popular photogra pher of Roseburg, and Miss LilliaHaugl ton, Rev. P. Vandyke officiating. Mr, and Mrs. Hunt will make Rosebnrg their future residence. Wo wish the happy pair all the happiness imaginable in their conjugal journey of life. is Another Bond Issue. Washington, Dec. 9. The statement is madoby thoso best qualified to judge that in tho absence of legislation to re lievo the financial situation, another boud isBUo is altogether probable within tho noxt few mouths at furthest. The presont condition of the exchange mar ket and the commercial situation gener- All tho republican congress can do while Cleveland is in tho white houso is to go through the form of passing bills for tho relief of tho stress on tho treas ury, and send them to him for approval when it knows ho will veto them. For workmanship, quality, durability and fit, the P. 0. 0. corset can not be boat. BUSINESS LOCLAS. A Salzman, the reliable jeweler. J. T. Bryan, the Busy Watchmaker. Get your school books at Marstere' drug store. For first-class dentistry go to Dr. Little of Oakland. Harness of all kinds at low prices at . W. Woodward's. Key West, imported and domestic cigars at the Roseleaf. Myrtlo Creek flour, only 80 cents per sack. Delivered free. A. C. Hoxuc. For good substantial blacksmitbing heap, go to McKinney &Manning, Oakland. Selling out at cost! Now is the time to secure a bargain in all lines of goods at Mrs. Osburn's. $ $ $ saved by trading under the Racket Cash System at Richards Broth- en' Backet btore. Jay Brooks, the one priced dry goods dealer, opposite the postoSice. is tho place for bargains. If you have daily mail service, try the daUy Plaimjealer for a month. It will cost only 25 cents. Get your candy at the candy factory There is no paint and chalk in it to wear out your stomach. It is clean and cheap too. Dolls, Japanese goods, hair ornaments fancy goods, also numerous five and ten cent articles for ihe Holidays at the Nov elty Store. Mrs. Grace Osburn is selling out her entire stock of general merchandise at cost. Those wishing to secure bargains should call at once. N. Rice, at bis ware rooms on Jackson opposite Marks' iron front, has choice household furniture and tin ware at prices to suit the times. If you don't want to suffer with corns and bunions, have yonr boots and shoes made at L. Langenburg's. Repairing neatly and promptly done. Karl's Clover Root will purify your Blood and clear your Complexion, regu late your Bowels and make your head as ear as a bell. 25c, 50c and $1.00. Shilo's Cure, thegreat Cough and Croup Cure, is in gre&t derxand. Pocket size contains twenty-five, only 25 cents- Children love it. Sold by Druggists. Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Diego Cal., savs: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy is the first medicine I have ever found that would do e any good." Price 50c. L. Langenburg is still on top. He carries a lull stock of choice music, mu sical instruments, violin, guitars, accord eons etc, violin Btrings of best quality always on hand. Those having second band stoves, furniture, etc, for sale can receive the highest cash price by caUing upon N. Rice, the furniture and supply dealer, 221-23 Jackson street Roseburg, Or. HOLIDAY GIFTS for December month at the Novelty Store comprise a fine gold watch with lorgnette chain, silk piano scarf, and silk stand cover. Every dollar purchase entitles you to a guess. Subscribe for the Daily Plaikdealek and secure the very entertaining serial story, "Imperial Millions," by that en tertaining writer. Julius Hawthorne. This Btory itself is worth the price of sub scription. People witb indigestion and their stomach worn out want to Btopand think. It may come from eating groceiy store candy. The paint and chalk that is put in it will grind out the-mucns'membraue of the stomach. Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chatanooga Tenn,, says, "Shilo's itahzer saved my life. I consider it the best remedy for a debilitated svstein I ever used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney trouble it xcels. l'rice 75c. We are receiving staple goods now suitable for the fall trade, including boots and shoes, which we are offering at bedrock prices. We think we are dealing as square as our neighbors, and certainly don't want but one price for our goods. Call on H. C. Stanton. Notice is hereby given to the public by the undersigned that 1 do uot aUow dead animals to be buried on my prem ises, at Roseburg, Oregon, or garbage dumped thereon or sand or gravel taken therefrom, unless the party takuig sand or gravel first contract with me for the right to so do. Tresspassers will be prosecuted ac cording to law. Aaron Rose, Rosebnrg, Oregon, March 17th, 1SP5. MONEY LOANED. First Mortgages on Improved Farm Property Negotiated. We are prepared to negotiate first mortgages upon improved farms in On gon, with eastern parties at a rate of iu terest not to exceed 9 ppr tent, per annum. Mortgages renewed that have been taken by other companies. Address with stamp: Meuvis Swokts, Baker City, Oregon. Final Call. All persons are hereby uotiued to make immediate settlement of their in debtedness to the late firm of S. Marks & Co. : otherwise the same will bo placed in hands for collection. Please uive this call prompt attention and thus avoiil ad ditional costs. A8HEU Mabks, Administrator of Estate of S. Marki &Co. The Square Deal Store. The Square Deal store is now receiving a full and complete stock of fall and winter goods, consisting in part of cloth ing, bats and caps, ladies' and gents' underwear, a fine assortment of misseb' and childrens' shoes, gents' boots and shoes in endless variety, dry goods, fancy goods and dress goods, all of which are offered at extromely low prices. Thoy are determined not to be undersold by any mercantile hotiBO in Southern Ore gon. Give them a call. When you once wear the P. C. C. cor- set you'll have no other. All Free. Thoso who have used Dr. King'a New Discovery know its value, and those who have not, have now the opportunity to try it Free. Call on the aiiveriisea I'rug gist and get a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your namo and address to H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr. King's Now Life, Pills Free, as well as a copy of Guide to Health and House hold Instructor, Free. All of which is guaranteed to do you guod and cost you nothing. A. C. Marsters & Cc's Drugstore.