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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1896)
JANUARY 13, 1890.
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Kojkbuko, Onx, January 12, 1896
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Maximum tcmpcraturo, SC.
Mlulmum temperature. SI.
Ralnlall tor the St hours ending 5 p. m., 0.00.
ToUl rainfall ilaco 1st ol month, LS2.
Avenge ralnlall tor thti month lor iS yean,
'Total raiulall from Sept 1, 1S3J, to date, 16.00.
Avcmyc rainfall from ScpL 1, to date, lG.il.
Accumulated excess from Sept. 1, ISM, to
Average precipitation tor IS net season,
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Observations taioa at all Stations at 5 a. a.,
The weather &st displayed represent the
forecast appHing to the 21 honrt ending at 3
p. m. to-morrow. (It more than one kind of
weather is predicted tor that period, the condi
tions first named in the forecast trill be repre
sented by the uppermost neither flag.) A
Trhito flag indicates clear or fair weather; a
blue Bag, rain or snow. The Bag of which the
upper halt is white and the lower halt blue,
local rain or snow. A black triangular pen
cant Indicates the temperature and when dis
played abOTC a weather fUg indicates wanner,
and when displayed below, cooler, The tern-
A Salzmau. the reliable jowoler.
Subscribe for the Tlaisdealer.
Read "Agents Wanted" in another
Ed. Weaver of Myrtlo Creek was in
the city Saturday.
. M. Matthowa of Reston is regis
tered at the Van Houten.
The honorable county court went to
visit the poor farm today.
Uarry W.Clark and Wni. Wilson of
Portland are at the Van liouten.
frank Ccmmings, conductor on the
Oregon railroad is in the city today.
John Barker and F.J. Connoly of
Drain aro registered at the McClallen.
J. D. Coruutt of Riddle is in the city
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3 - - - v j v.. wwu.ut.ca nuu lug uiuun Ulil
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Cloudy! wm,mc w uuiiuu, iu. duu. ui
aear iixowuurg anu a. uudiey oi .Lebanon are
clear at the McClallen.
Foggy I rnr, i., i: , . . ,
Cloudy I ireiutura aiu uifc-uij; iuc icau
cloudy cr " ouer medicines, bold at ilars-
FoRBy tens' Drug Store.
Mother's meeting will be held at the
home of Mrs. Williams, Thursday after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Miss Barker of Sacramento, D,
Agler and E. B. Smith of Ashland
registered at the McClallen.
John Uanady of Oakland, J. C. Jones
ol Portland and Wm. C. Willis of l'rine-
ville, are at the Van Uouten.
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installation oi oiucers lor llio ensuing
term at A. O. U. W. hall tonicht. A
pcraturelSag Is neTtr displayed alone. Its ab-1 Q1 attendance is requested.
senee indicates stationary temperature. The
cold ware fiag, white with black square in the
center, when displayed on the Pacific coast, In
Trios. Gtasox. Obscrrer.
F0Eiuyt, Or., January 13. 1S36: a a. in.
Weather forecast tor the next 96 hours, for
Sceeburg and Tidnlty:
Monday, fair. Tuesday, snow or rain, and
Pagce. Local Forecast OOclaL
NOTES OF INTEREST.
New goods at Ca.ro Bros.
Caro Bros, are the boss merchants.
Glove fitting corsets at Jay Brooks.
Ask your grocers for the Gilvin soap.
School books at Marstera' dree store.
Go to the Rose leaf for the best cigar.
Guod goods at the lowest prices at Salz
man's. For a good 5-cent cigar call on Mrs.N.
Wood taken on subscription at this
Solid silver tea and table spoons at
rare fresh candies, fruits and nuts at
Go to Martin's and get the best flour in I still ranges above the freezing point.
The slide at the west end of Robert's
hill has been removeu, and trains arc
again running over tho S. P. road.
Rheumatism is caused by lactic acid in
the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla neutral
izea this acid and cures rheumatism.
Dr. Speacer Dudley, an old resident of
Oregon, is in the city today, haying just
returned from a visit to California.
Subscribe for the Daily Plaixdeaixb.
It is the only live paper in Southern Or
egon. It larmehts the latest news up to
Al. Cummins?, agent of the 0. & E
R. of Cotvallis, is in Roseborg today,
looking after the interests of his com-
Fine hand-engraving by the Lightning
Engraver at 25 cents per name. Leave
orders or Jewelry with A. Salzman the
In the matter of the petition of A. C.
Marks to require the administrator of
the estate of S. Marks, deceased, to rive
additional undertaking' the court denied
the prayer of petitioner.
The weather clerk has turned a cool
wave upon us lor several days. Hut,
however, we are not so chilled as are
our eastern neighbors. The Mercury
A good farm to trade for city property.
Inquire at this office.
1. S. West does insurance. Office
opposite the post office.
For Sale. Old papers, at this office,
at 25 cents per hundred.
Bring your clocks and watches to Slow
Jerry the reliable Jeweler lor repairs.
Oranges, lemons, apples, sweet iota
toes, onions and potatoes at H. Easton's.
Candies, nuts, dried fruits of all kinds
and of the best Quality. Call at II. East
A big slide on the S. P. R. R. at Rob
ert's bill, three miles west of Dillard, oc
curred Saturday. A large force of men
were put to work immediately, and by
energetic digging and a slight sniffing of
of the track trains were enabled to go
through on time.
Geo. Leonard of Dillard is in the city
today before the county clerk, making
oath of office as postmaster at Dillard.
Mrs. Leonard also took the required oath
as his assistant. Said post office will be
re-established as soon as proper papers
are filed in the postoffice department.
Largest stock of fancy chairs at
Tho testimony of tho witnesses on be
half of tho Stato vs. R. B. MatthewB was
not completed Saturday till too late lor
Saturday's Plaindeler, and only a sum
mary conclusion was given. Below wo
give tho evidence in as conciso form as
practicable, omitting language not suit
able for publication :
Miss Graco D. Smith after answering
tho usual preliminary questions, said: I
was sixteen last July. Attcndod meet
ing at the barracks Thursday night and
left for homo about 10 o'clock in com
pany with Miss Nelly Wilson.
Matthowa overtook us at Woodward's
corner and went with us to tho corner by
the South Methodist church. I then
went with Nelly across tho school house
yard and she wont on home. I returned
back across tho school house grounds,
when I got on tho south side in tho
shadow of the bongo Matthews met me.
lie took hold of me. I asked him to let
mo go. I wanted to go home and started,
bnt be caught me and pushed me up to
an open window in the basement and
tried to shove me through. I caught
hold of the window sill. lie shoved mo
through and dragged me up stairs to the
first floor. I tried to prevent going up
stairs by holding on to the banisters.
Ho tried to open tho door at the head of
tho stairs. It was locked. He then
took me down stairs and back by a wood
pile where he held me for oyor an hour.
With coaxing and threatning ho tried to
accomplish his designs.
Ques. Did you at any time make any
outcry for help?
An8. Yes, I screamed and cried for
help several times. I hallooed for
mamma. He laughed at me. He threw
dewn his overcoat on some wood and
asked me to lie down on it. I started to
leave, he caught mo and sat me down on
his overcoat. I kicked and screamed
md scratched his face and neck and bit
him, I think on his left arm. He tote
my clothes and broke a button off my
drawers. He kept me there for over an
hour till after tho overland passed. He
still held mo till parties in search of me
frightened him. Ho then released me
and I jumped out and ran for home.
Cross examined by W. W. Card well.
Did you not say to Mr. Mathews while
you were in tne basement, "Let us go
down to the Poket bouso and then you
Ani. Yes. I wanted to get out of the
basement and go home, but he would
not lei me, eaying, "II you get out you
Mrs. O. L. Willi;, who lives across the
street from the school house, heard
screams at about 11 o'clock the scream'
mg woke tier up. liie screams were in
the direction of the school house, bnt
thought at the time it was that of a boy.
Nelly Wilson, Miss Smith's lady friend
with her at the meeting, coiroborated
Miss Smith's testimony up to the time of
leaving her at the school bouse. She
received a note from Mathews next day,
begging her to see Miss Smith and ask
her to say nothing upon the trial except
what she would have to. Mr. Card well,
Mathews attorney, called for and de
manded the return of the note. The
note was not given up. It was read at
the trial, and is as follows :
iCosEBfKG, Jan. 10. 1895
Fbiesd Nellie: Please see Grace and
tell her not to sev anything; more than
she has to. Respectfully Yours,
R. B. Matuews
vim. Callahan lesuneu to seeing
Mathews at a saloon about 1 o'clock that
night and saw scratches on his faco and
neck. Mathews said they were caused
Notice of Annual Meeting.
To the shareholders of tho Uosebnrg
Building and Loan Association ol Uoso
burg, Or. :
You aro hereby notified that the an
nual moetinir of tho shareholders of tho Building Association of Roseburg, Ore
Rosoburg Building and Loan Association gon lor the election ol a board oi seven
of Roseburg, Ore., for tho purpose of directors to servo during me ensuing
electing a board of eoven directors and year and for tho transaction of such
an audition committeo of throe to servo other business as may bo lawfully
tnrin Mm nnpnW vnnr and for the tran- broucht before them, will bo held in
suction of such other business as may bo
lawfully brought before it, will bo held
at tho secretary's ollico in the Marks'
brick baildinc. January 13, 181K5, at 7:30i
, in., by order of tho board of directors.
Cakhik M. Svkes, Secretary.
Per H. WoLLEMiEita, Deputy.
In Douglas, Josophino nud Jackson
counties, immediately, two or three en
ergetic men in each of the foregoing
counties, to sell tho world renown Excel-
wr Safetu Burners, which Kives out a
beautiful gas light at one's own fireside,
with brilliancy and economy combined.
Hero is a chance for tho right man to
mako from 50 to a $100 per month. As
delays aro dangerous, you had better
annlv for an acencv immediately, n ill
guarantee work all tho year to a good
man, aB wo will soon havo other articles
to sell. Address S, II. Jackson, Dist.
Agent, Hotel Van Houten, Roseburg,
Samuel G. Brown beard from : he is
Ait' I mastered at the Van Houten. He is
ander A Strong's, ever brought to Rose- evidently,, enjoying himself with good by hoboes that had assailed him down
Durg ana ai pnrea lower uiaa eer. board and lodging. Hat, tbsl our read- bv Benedick 'a ahori
For a good bat, stylish and cheap, call era may not be ingntened or unduly
on WollenberzA: Abraham, whose stock I startled, we will say this Samuel G.
embraces all grades of bead gear. I Brown is not the man who broke jail a
Call and examine the new goods at Bhort time ago,
the Variety store, one block east ol tne Owing to tee lack ol interest mam
depot, corner of Pine and Lane Streets, fested by the citizens, the ladies of the
Louis Poket saw Matthews at about 12
p. m went with Mathews to find bis bat
and found it in tho basement of the
school house where MathewB said he lost
it in a tussle with a girl; that be tried
to get his work in but some one hallooed
Bring your job work to the Plaixdeaiv
eb office. We are prepared to do the
cheaDest and best work south of Port
,v. ZJT' r rZ Providence in the upbuilding
grocery on tho corner of Casa and rmelf
W. C. T. U. find it impossible to start and he had to leave and that he failed to
the reading room on the small subscrip-1 accomplish his purpose.
street delivered to any part of the aty
free of charge.
E. Du Gas. Physician and Surgeon,
office in Marstera' building. Calls in
town and country promptly answered
night or day.
Call on Slow Jerry and examine his
Seth Thomas clocks, watches and gold
bowed eve classes. Cheaper than ever
offered in this city.
lion offered. We wish to thank those
whoso kindly offered their assistance,
and we trust in the guidance of kind
burg in the near future to have what is
so much needed a good public reading
room. Pees. W. C. T. U.
God's Regular Army still hold nightly
meetings at the barracks. The meetings
are quite largely attended, mostly by
novelty seekers, while the hoodlum ele
ment crowd around the entrance way,
frequently obstructing the sidewalk.
We presume the managers are honest
and sincere people, trying, in their way,
Judge E.D.Stratford will have access to do rood .but so far tho evil which
to my olnce and cnarge oi my Duemecs i meetings give rise to more tban ou
wt the irood. They ought to have a
im. uanon saw scraicties on
Mathew's face, that Mathews claimed
were made by hoboes.
Wm. Van Buren and Walter Patterson
testified substantially the same as Car
Chas. Kenyon was with Geo. Uaynes
in search for Miss Smith at 11 :30 and
their search went to the school bouse.
Saw near the basement window two per
sons' heads. Heard strutrcline. Ran
around to that side of the house and saw
Miss Smith running down the side walk
with her clothes torn followed about 30
yards behind ber.
Willis Moffit delivered a note to Mrs.
v uson next day nut could not recognize
during my absence East.
C. A. Seiilbbede.
Don't forget that T. L. Stubblefield,
opposite the depot, makes and mends
boots and shoes on most reasonable
terms and guarantees satisfaction.
the note shown him as being the one do
special police to keep belter order or else "rered to Mrs. Wileon
move on to other fields.
Evangelist Ross of the M. E. Church,
South, in his sermon Sunday ovening,
exhibited great pride in informing his
Dr. F. W. Haynes, the dentist, does congiegation that his birthplace was in
the state of Georgia, and that he is the
eon of a "high-bred gentleman." He
went so far as to classify "poo white
trash and nigga'e" together. What
about tho teachings of the poor Nazarine
who was born in a manger? The teach-
"You can't go to heaven in a rocking
allkinds of dental work in a most scien
tific manner. His work speaks for it
self. Dental parlors in Mark's building.
N. Bice, one of our enterprising furni
ture dealers has now on sale a fine lot of
rnmimm nfthfi latest stvle and nnisu.
r-. . n vrnn mirriiaftinir niH-1 Ines ol Unntliamty are mat iuo
UIIO UiUJ .ww.v t'" - m i " - -
w won't hear a hightoned prayer,'
Geo. Langenberg has as large a stock
of Xmas magazines as there is in Ore-
ston. With each magazine he gives you
one of those fine large pictures. Call Dissolution Notice.
and see them. Notice is hereby given that tne co-
r j w Pacrv-Mullen has returned partnership heretofore existing between
from Portland and has opened her dress- J. A. Hein and C. G. Meyer under Uie
making rooms at 420 Stephens street, firm name oi itosoDurg brewing o., is
i i, ri in ilo first-class this day dissolved. C. G. Meyer will
nucioDuu u j.nrw- I .... ,ii it
continue tne ouBinees, couoci an au-
Mrs. Wilson, mother of Miss Nellie,
recognized tne noto as being uie ono
Moffit delivered to ber for Mies Nellie,
It was sent by Matthews to Mies Nellie
asking ber to intercede with Miss Smith
in his behalf.
w. u. woodward Heard screams in
the direction of.the school house at about
11 o'clock, Thursday night.
Notice of Annual Meeting.
To tho shareholders of tho Odd Fel
low's Building Association of Roseburg,
Oregon : You nro hereby notified that
tho annual meeting of the Odd Fellows
tho banquet hall of the Odd Fellow's
Temple, January 7, 1890 at 7 o'clock p.
m. By order of tho board of directors.
Note. Owing to unavoidable circum
stances tho meeting has been postponed
one weok. Joseph Micelli, Sec.
A. C. HARSTERS & CO.,
Uuckleu'H Arulcn Halve.
The Best Salvo in tho world for Cnts-
Bruises, sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands
Chillbains, Corns, and all skin Erup,
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. For sale at A.
0. Marstera & Co.
Situation! vented or helo wanted adctrtiiemenlt
Inserted in thit column free of charae. Other adi
of five Una or ten under thit head 15 cents per
mown; coca uwmiontit tine j cents jkt 7u7n(i. .'W
advertisement taken for less than Si cents.
JP O. DEZENDOBF,
Attorney at Law
AND NOTARY l'OBUC.
Special attention siren to COLLECTIONS and
matters in I'robatc.
LOANS NEGOTIATED. Moncr Loaned and
Rooms i and S Marsters' Bld'g. ROSEBURG.
Attorney at Law,
Rooms 3 and 4
Tajlor S: Wilson Block.
jg Lu BRADLEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
OQco Hours, from 12 to 3 r.x.
Taylor Ji Wilson Brick ROSEBURG
JR. J. W. FHAZKY,
Physician & Surgeon.
OFMCE Rooms 1 and i in Marks Ballding,
at lop ol stairs, to tie IclL
RESIDENCE: Cor. of.Chadwlck
ana Washington Sti. ROSEBURG
1 J ss
Notice is hereby given that tho co
partnership existing under the firm
name of Wright & Conkling is dissolved.
R. M. Conkunu.
Gilvin's soap at Gillett's.
Go. to Mrs. N. Boyd's for your holiday T?OR SALE-Old newspapers. 25 cents prlOO.
l l '
County claims and warrants bought by
D. S. West.
Clarke seedling strawberry plants for
sale at McCall's farm.
Complete line of holiday good a at Salz-
man's cheaper than ever.
Call on II. Easton for on "Export"
agar, rney aro excellent,
Have you seen the latest in ladies' and
gents' watches a Salzman's.
The Gilviu Boap is tho best on earth
and the cheapest in Oregou.
Hunter & Hume, al the depot, keep
the best plows and harrows.
Henry Easton's teas, coffees and spices
can't be surpassed for quality.
Now is tho time to advertise holiday
goods. Printer's' ink pays.
If vou want a good corset get the
glove fitting at Jay Brooks'.
Munyon's Hornu-pathic Remedies for
sale at Marsters' Drug Store.
Ketnember the i eople s grocery ig on
corner of Cass and Pine 6treet.
Buy your silverware at Salzman's aud
get the best al the lowest prices.
Go to Jav Brooks' and see the glove
fitting corsets. Bt in America.
Fresh oysters in any style, and meals
at all hours at the candy factory.
Mnnvou's Homeopathic Remedies at
. C. Marsters & Co.'s dmi; etoru.
II. M. Martin will sell yon llio Oak
land brand of flour and tnfil products.
A full assortment of cigars of all qcali-
tics. tobaccos and pipes at H. Easton's
Jewelry, watches, diamonds, gold pens.
and optical goods at the lowest prices at
Extracts of all kinds; sugar, 10, 17 and
IS pounds for $1.00: lard, 10 pounds for
80 cts.; orange and lemon peel and citron
at U. Easton's
The Umpqua and ltoso lioeo com
panies will give a grand bill on St. Val
entine's Day, February 1-Ub, at Marks &
Those ho purchase the Snow Cap
baking powder at the People's grocer),
have the nrst choice oi prizes wtiicti go
with every package.
Cosmopolitan, Munsey, McClure, Pe
tcrson's, Godey's, Strand and numbers
of other magazines for only $1.00 per
year, or 10 cents per copy, at the the
City News Stand.
Mrs. G. W. Rapp, the accommodating
proprietor of the People's grocery, has
just received a new invoice of groceries
which she will sell at a bargain. Give
her a trial and be convinced.
Slow Jerry the jeweler has 14 carat
filled gold ladies watches now on ia!e
Prices reduced from $25 to $15, decided
bargains. Don't fail to examine them
before purchasing elsewhere.
A widower 31 years ol age with a boy
5 years old wants a wifo willing to live in
the country. Good home to one mean
mg business. Address wilu real name,
J., care box 07, Roseburg, Oregon.
Good paelureage lor stock at reason
able rates by tho month. All stock
taken absolutely and entirely at
owner's riek in every particular. For
particulars enquire of C. A. Blackman,
The annual meeting of tho stock-hold
ers of tho Douglas County Agricultural
Association will bo held at tho court
house in Roseburg on Saturday tho Sth
day of February, 1890, for the election of
seven directors : also for the transaction
of other business that may be necessary
F. A. McCall, Secretary
tor mronnatlon ana rrre Handbook wrtia to
JIUXS A CO- SI IiiOADWiT. Mv Yoac
OUn: tairaa for (rearing patents in America.
LTrrr rawni uzrnotiiD7Qtu Droojcni Dtroro
tne pabUo by a notice siren treo oTcaarg In tha
Lurrst clrrolalloo of any artentlCe parr fa the
worUl. Fdradldlr UlnitrxtMl. No Intrlllmt
man taoold be Without it. Weekly, 3.0o a
Tar: SIJ0 six month. Addn-M. MUVT & (XX,
Vcsusnnu.361 liroaJway. Xtw York CUT.
J. R. BEARD, Propr.
(successor tcC-ENATE SALOON.)
A IOIUl.AIt RESORT.
Fine Billiard and Pool Tables
Choice Cigars anJ all kinds o Terajcrance
Drinks constantly on hand.
IN ABRAHAM'S BUILDING NEXT TO I".
OILS HMD GLHSS
AND TOILET ARTICLES.
NEW FEED STORE
CAWLFIELD & CAWLFIELD
Have lost opened a first-class Feed Store and
have on hand a Ianre invoice ol the best
Rcecbursand Valley Flonr. Baled Uar. Grain
and Feed of all kinds. All purchases delivered
free Cor. Cass and Rose Street.
ATX Or GhKOON .
0. S.iJenators........ ..
I J. II. Mitchell
Secretary of Htate
Bupt. Tub. Instruction.
' IW.K. JS1I1S
William P. Lord
H. K. Klncald
G. M. Irwin
State Printer ... . .W. H. Leeds
Attorney General C. M. Idleman
Member Boardof EquallzatlonA. C. Woodcock
IT. A. Mnnrfl
Supreme Judges )c. E. Wolverton
tK. B. Bean
5 A. B. Compson
J. B. Eddy
I. A. Marrnm
Clerk of Railroad Commission Lydell Baker
SICOKO JUDICIAL DISTSICT.
judge . . . 1. C. Fullerton
Prosecuting Attorney Geo. M. Brown
u. s. laits orncx, bosxbdbo.
Receiver R. S. Sheridan
Eegister E. M. Veatch
U. S. WXATHIE BCBXAD.
Observer.. ... . ....... .Thos. Gioson
Senator Hcnry Beckley
( C. A. BehTbrede
.F. W. Benson
C. F. Cathcart
.W. A. Prater
.J. A. Under ood
.A. F. Steams
IW. L. Wilson
)C. H. Maupin
Br. K.L. Miller
city or KOSIECnO.
,JL. C. Marsters
F. M. Zlglei
J- B. Cannon
J. A. Perkins
The Circuit Court for Douglas County meet
three times a year as follows: The 3d Mon
day Is March, the 4th Monday In June, and the
1st Monday in December. J. C. Fullerton ol
Roseburg judge, Geo. M. Brown, of Boseburg,
County Court meets the 1st Wednesday after
the 1st Monday of January, March, May, July,
September and November, A. F. Steams, of
Oakland, judge; C. H. Maupin of Elkton
and W. L. Wilson, of Riddle, commissioners.
Probate Court is in session continuously, A.F.
T. T- WEBB
AM) HAND ALL
sklls GOODS KDfDB-
xxi MAIN STREET.
CIYE ME A SHARE OF YOUR PATRONAGE
JAS. CALLAHAN, Propr.
WILL BE CONDUCTED STRICTLY FIRST-CISS
TUe Dining Room will be undei the
personal supervision of Mr. Callahan.
who will guarantee all old and nen cus
tomers the best the market affords.
Come and see me.
KATIE CHURCH rTiT') Propr.
T AUSEL LODGE, A. F. & A. M., REGULAR
J-t mee tines the 2d and ith Wednesdavs in
C. W. Kirk, Sec'y.
J. B. Webb, W. M.
TTMPQUA CHAPTER, NO. 1LB. A. M., HOLD
- their regular conTOcationa at Masonic hall
on the first and third Tuesday of each month.
v isiung companions are conuauy invtiecu
M. F. RAPP, H.P.
Isado&e Cako, Secretary.
pHILETABXAN LODGE, NO.
meets Saturday eTenlmr of i
o'clock in their hall at Boseburg.
8. L O. O. F..
meets Saturday eTening of each week at 7
at Bosebunr. Members of
the order in good standing are invited to attend.
UEOBGE UABFT, r. U.
Watse Joses, Sec'y.
ENCAMPMENT, NO. 9, MEETS AT
Fellows' hall nn second and fourth
Thursdays of each month. Visiting brethren
aro invited to attend.
JOSEPH MICELLI, Scribe.
J. M. FLETCHER, C P.
pOSEBURG LODGE, NO. 16, A. O. TJ. W.
iv meets the second and fourth Mondays of
each month at70 p. m. at Odd Fellows halL
emDersoiineoraer in gooa standing are in
vited to attend.
TJ ENO POST, NO. 19, G. A. R., MEETS THE
-v first and third Thursdays of each month.
WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS NO. 10, MEETS
first! and third Thursdays In each
FARME ' ALLIANCE Regular Quarterly
MeeUng-s will be held at Grange Hall,
Roseburg, the first Friday In December, March
and June, and the third Friday in September.
-p OSEBORG CHAPTER, NO. 8. 0. E. 3., MEETS
the second and fourth Thursdays of eacn
BERTHA CARO, W. M.
p OSEBORG DIVISION NO T6. B. OF L. E,,
meets every second and fourth Sunday.
Drethren are invited to attend.
ting sisters anil
DORA FLETCHER, N. C.
IV Y VAN BUREN, R. !
A LP HA LODGE, NO. 47, K. OF P., MEETS
every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows
HalL Visiting brethren In good standing cor
dially invited to attend.
Board and Lodging per week
Meals, 20 cents.
Beds, 20 cents.
A. C. Hoxie,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Goods delivered free to all
parts of the city. Leave
9 . It
yonr orders witn me ana :
save money. Roseburg, Or. ;
Baptist Cuobcu comer of Lane and Eos
streets. Sunday Service: Preaching, U a. m.
and 720 p. m.; Young People's Union, 650 p.m.:
Mrs. E. W. Black, President: Sunday School, 10
c m.; James Chamberlain, Superintendent
Prayer Meeting, Thursday evening at 720.
Rev. G. W. Black, Pastor.
Residence, No. KM Main Street,
Methodist Chcech corner of Main and Lane
streets. Sunday Service: Preaching, 11 a. ni.
and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath school, 10 a. m.; F.
W. Woolley, Superintendent: Class Meeting at
close of the morning service; Epwortb. League
6:30 p.m. Clare Hume, President. Prayer Meet
ing, Wednesday, at 730 p. m.
Rev. G. W. Kksxsd y. Pastor.
Parsonage, comer Main and Lane.
Press YTERiAif Cbubcu comer of Cass and
Rose streets. Sunday Service: Pcplic worship,
a.m. and "SO p. m.; Sabbath School, 10 a. m.;
Y. P. S. C. X., 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting. Wednes
day, 720 p. m.
R. B. Dilwoeth, Pastor.
The W. C. T. V. meets every second and
fourth Thursday evening at the residence of
Mrs. Wm. Smith.
Tue Loyal Temperance Leqiox will meet at
the M. E. Church Wednesday ht 3 p.m.
A. C. Bccknik. SupL
.DO YOU REALIZE THAT THE MISSION OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS TO INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE T
If you are in a position
To do Business
Let the People Know it.
OUT OF TOWN
FOR SOMETHING FOREIQN I
If you have anything
You want to Sell
Let the People Know it.
Two lots in Marshfield for hoge.
Two and one half lota in North Rose
burg, for stock; hack or buggy in part
payment. Call on I. F. Rico & Co.
A. C. Hoxie is selling 16 lbs. of grana
lated sugar for fl.00, flour at 75 cents a
sack, and 10 pounds of lard for 90 cents.
rvnr.li; should take advantage of these
prices and give him their patronage
The old reliable hostelry, the well
known McClallen House of this city
"Still lives." Its table is supplied with
the best the market affords. Charges
reasonable. Free bus to and from tho
counts and pay au bills of tho late firm.
J. A. Hein.
C. G. Meveb,
Roskuuro, January 11, 180C.
Highest Award At Atlanta!
Word has just been received that the
Crcecent bicylo received the highest
award at the exposition at Atlanta.
For Sale or Rent.
The Palmer sawmill. For particulars
address, E. C. Palmes, Drain, Or.
uano & iticiiaruson Dave ordered a
new lino of wheels, models for 1890,
People with indigestion and their
stomach worn out want to stop and think.
It may come from eatiDg grocery store which aro on their way. Yo wheelmen
candy. The paint and chalk that is put and whcelwomen bo on tho alert and
in it will crina oui mo mucus mcmurane ready to get nrst choice when thoy ar-
of the stomach. rive
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Qold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
The little Special Notice and the regular Business Ad
Make the Mighty Merchant and His matrons Ulad,
The Plain dealer.
And the eager Public gathering in throngs
Leave their Business Orders where the Trade belongs
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
The Plaindealer is read
Advertise in it. It will Pay.
BEST JOB PRINTING
AT LOWEST RATES.
The sure road to success
Through the Printing Office
fflWHKN YOU WANT UOQl) JOB l'RINTINU 11QNK. AN'1 YUU SOMETIMES DO. YOU SHOULD CONSULT THE PLAIN l)KALl!:R..5-