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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1896)
A SERIOUS CHARQE.
From Friday's Dlly.
A B. Garan ol Deer creek is
Mra. Walsh of Grants Pass is at the
John B. Mens of Merced, Cul., ia a
R. B. Matthews' Bonds Fixed at
$5,000 by Justice Hamlin.
The caso of tho Stato of Oregon vs. K.
B. Matthews for attempted rape of
Grace P. Smith last Thursday night was
m for preliminary hearinc before Jus
tice Hamlin today. Tho evidence on guest at tho Van Houton.
the part of tho State is 'very cum J. Stephen of San t-rancisco is rcis
ulative, and cross-examination, failed tered at tho Van Houton.
to weaken it. j0i,n Hall 0f Jlyrtlo Creek is in tho
Miss Smith, the prosecuting witness ty today to attend the funeral of John
teatines, m substance, uiai in going FuHerton.
siding oflicor, was soon in full bloom.
Tlio amusomcut was kopt up till a late
hour. Tlioso present report a good lime.
through the school houso grounds, when
6he entered the shadow of the school
building on the south side she was
seized bv defendant and pulled or
dragged up to an open wiudow and was
IV. B. Clark of tho Millwood Times
camo up on yesterday's local and is tak
ing in the city.
T. W. Younger, and J. Beardsley of
Short of Olalla are
dm mc cinumini nnil Ktrucrehiiu to
. . . . . I A "C- Ttni.. otrtnlrlnnil Carl A lira.
rsemp. mo ueieuaani lumneu in auer 1 a. r. lywiwiu ul uiim,
4 I . M. , . , J". 11
.1 f... n..Li! ., um,t whilA Portland, and W. L,
- .,.i; .JregistenxlattheVanTIoutcn
cue as srvi vMtt,
Tho defendant iumncd in after A. F. Duncan of (
her and pulled her to tho etairs leading ham of Glendalo and C. W. Ranso:
up to tne nrst noor. ne inea 10 enr.eri'" iumauu i-b.o.v.. .
one of the rooms but failed. Tho doorlaouicn.
was locked. Ho then took her back VT. B. Clark of tho Millwood Times,
into the basement by a wood pile, throw I the nasby of Millwood, nud a formidablo
down his overcoat and asked her to lie I candidate for state-senator is upon our
down upon it. This she refused to do, I streets today.
bnt continued to struggle and pleaded D. Parslev, B. F, Nichols, Carl Kim
with him to release her. But he con-1 mef y. F. Briggs, II. J. Wilson, V. L
tinued to hold on to her and take lib- Wilson, j, l. Arzner, G. W. Tucket and
orties with her person. During una Carter of Douglas Lodge, Xo. 14,
time she scratched his face and neck i, q. 0. F., of Oanyonville are in the
causing the blood to run down on his cj. today to attend tho funeral of John
collar, and bit him on the arm. wane Fullerton, a deceased member of Doug
he was thus occupied with him in tins ias Lodge.
secluded place. Matthews by his threats TheCorvail;s Times says there is r
ot violence anu lorce Kepi uer iuav nn na. -,.,, .,...
about an hour and a halt.
From other testimony it appear that
Miss Smith's Ions absence from home
who thinks Loyd Montgomery did the
right thing in killing his parents. Get
ting mad one day, he grabbed a W m-
alarmed her folks, t nd search was made chester jQmpea" up ami shouted
corner oy a large numoer 01 perroas. yj ke Lovd Montgomery
uuring una searcn aiessre. oeo. iiaynea aC Ue uki arc of
and Charles Kenyon went to searcn me j QQCe
-..1 1 I....,-. 1 . l.nr r. 1 1. a I
.... 1 1 The funeral of John 1-ulUrton, an old
side of the basement they heard a strnc- . ' .
i- -,u- -,1 r.,. ,. ., f,. an highly esteemed citizen, which took
tying within and saw two persons' forms . V . . . , .1
.r,. , -Dlace todav at 1:30 i. m., under the
Their presence appeared to frighten her
assailant; be released her and escaped
and MUs Smith then jumped out of the
window and ran for her home villi her
clothes ;o badly torn that their dir
rangement were easily pereeiyedby tboae
who saw her. and in this plishtcame
home about 12 o'clock.
ine trial waa conclrxted at 2 p. m
auspices of rbtletartan lxlge ot uau
Fellows, was attended by a largo con
course ol sorrowing menus, me ser
vices were conducted by tho Rev. Tho$.
Neil Wilson at the residence of Hon. J
U. toller ton, son of ine deceased, in
West Rosebure. and the remains were
laid to rest in the Masonic cemetery.
'What' the matter with Hamuli?
The defense offered no adrem leaUmooy M8 tt I011 lhat was asked frequently
excent what was elidled on cross exmmi- Mn Men times. The question now is
nation. District Attorney Brown made wn 8 l"e mer "e square ueai
abriefsutementaatolawon and pen- -tore that it is enabled to outdo all com- - McRinner TrMaaninV
ally for rape or attempted rape. The Ptors in the eale of fine acrchanUble j to McKmney AJManning,
The sick aro convalescing.
Gcorgo Matthews and his newly mado
bridu aro prenarinc to move inlo their
new 1 1 our-.
Laird's saw mill has shut down for re
Now thai the motor ia up, Uorslino's
water power shinclo mill is running in
Since J. Tipton and family Lave moved
to Wilbur it looks lonesome, across tho
John Fitzgerald, Jr., 13 plowing slath
ers of ground, expecting to raiso slathers
of gram to leed to slathers of hogs. Now,
if wo knew what n slather was, wo could
nearer couiputo the amount of grain and
Tho loufi-talked-of cozy cottage, with
hll its furniture, carpets, costly books and
briek-a-brack, stands lonely In tlw grub-
oak springs. In failing to return this
time, as expected, where can its bachelor
I iiuesa I will ouit wriliug and go to
studying neighbor Matthews' bell cow.
She can crazo oyer moro territory In a
day than any beast that ever walked. I
sometimes think that tho brute would do
to put at the head of an army, in that
they could march over much ground in a
day. V fenco. forest or a mountain
would be no obstacle in the way.
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so pure or so great In leav
ening power as the Royal.
J.T. Bryan, the Busy Watchmaker.
Get vour school books at Markers'
For first-class dentistry go to Dr. Little
Harness of at! kinds at low prices at
G. W. Woodward'.
Key West, imported and domestic
cigars at the Roseleaf.
Myrtle Creek flour, only SO cents per
sack. Delivered free. A. O. Hoxie.
For uooJ bubsUntial blacksmithing
defense denied the facts sufficient to con- ao-goods, ine answer is mat ttoiien
stitnte encb crime. Mr. Brown replied rg & Abraham are reliable merchants,
onite forciblv. readine the statute nm- pfrmsuent bafiness men of Kosebnrg
visions for each crimes. The justice,
Jobn Hamlin, held the evidence suffi
cient to liind .Matthews over to appear j
before the grand jury, and fixed his
bonds at 5,(X).
THE CITY COUNCIL.
Proceedings of the La5t Regular
The members of the common council
met Thursday evening, January 9th,
and transacted the following business
On calling the roll the following mem
1-era were found present: Mayor Mars
ters; Conndlmen Clements, Moore,
Stanton, Fletcher, Perry, Slocum and
Churchill; RecorderZiglerand Marshal
Cannon ; Councilmen Yates, absent
The minutes of the previous meeting
read and approved.
The following saloon bonds were read
and accepted and licenses ordered it-
sued : D. W. Stevens, A. T. Thompson,
W. II. Titchford, L. A. Harmon, E. C.
I'oket & Fred Rowell and J. A. Hein.
City Marshal Cannon was authorixed
to procure the necessary lumber for the
approach to the bridge on the south
side of Deer creek on Jackson street.
The marshal was ordered to notify J,
iiitzer to nave a sink hole on his prop-
that they bny their goods for cash, are
out nothing for clerk" hire and therefore
can sell goods at a lesa per rent than all
competitors whoso running expenses
necessarily curtain their profit-!. Come
to the Square Deal store, examine goods,
ask prices, and joa will bo satisfied that
we mean what we say, and will wait on
you with doe conrtesy.
Fron Saturday's Dl!r.
Squire Harpham of Deer creek is in
the city today.
B. F. Sbambrook of Umpqua Ferry is
in the city today.
S. S. Bolsinger of Brorkway is regist
ered at the McClallen.
T. C. and Douglas Waite of Round
Prairie are at the McClallen,
J. A. Willis and Chas. P. Barnard of
Deer creek are at the McClallen.
W. A. Carniven of Corvallis
Thoe. Cox of Drain are at the
W. F. Farrier of Grafts Pass and
Thos. Bledsoe of Drain re registered at
the Van Hon ten.
Mr. Ridenour, r u old citizen of Doug'
laa county, bnt now ot Nevada, is on a
visit with old friends here.
This morning the weather was cool
erty on Jackion street filled in or cov- and cloudy, but at 2 p. m. the cloudj
ered over. I were dispelled by old Sol and this after-
Attention was called to a culvert on I noon the sun shines cheeringly and the
Mill street being too small to carry off I air is quite cool.
the surface water, ine matter was re
ferred to the committee on city improve'
mcnts for investigation.
The referred bill of Bowen & EeU
brook for $14.75 was allowed and the
recorder instructed to make the bill in
two separate warrants of $10 and $4.75
respectively. The $10 warrant to be
applied on license.
The bill of the Rosebnrg Electric
Light Co., for $3.00 for city hall and
$204.53 for street, was referred to the
committee on current expense and ac
The old reliable hostelrv, the well-
known McClallen House of this city
'Still lives." Its table is supplied with
the best the market affords. Cliarges
reasonable. Free bus to and from the
Seventy-four coyote and wild-cat scalps
were received at the county clerk's office
in The Dalles Wednesday. They were
sent in by the Stockmen's Union, of
Antelope. A bounty ol $1 is paid by the
county for each scalp, and as tho Stock
men's Union has also offered a similar
his is the Place
A full and complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
and sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.
j "Si-.1- V'J :
NEW QOODS JUST ARRIVED.
New York Cash Store,
bounty, scalps are worth $2 apiece. The
The bill of J.B. Cannon for supplies Union pays the party bringing a ecalp $2
for the city for the following persons and receives $1 rebate from tho county.
was allowed: Holyfield & Heald, $11.60; Previous to last Wednesday CO scalps had
A. C. Marsters, $2.25; ChurchHl, Wool- been brought to the county clerk's office.
rICfl?r; F'Vn t ' New Wfl at ilderville, says
t3A;C.W. Parks & Co., 10 cents; L. the Granta Pa4H1 twn .
B. Kem, 50 cents. 5lh ,h , -arnmi i, .i, n:ia
The following bills were allowed and nf lhn Snn,i Krhnn Tfl
warrants ordered drawn: been emnlovwl on Vmfr iinWn.'-
J. A. Perkins treasurer's fees. . .$11 00 r. , . ,.., .... .....
F.M.Zigler recorder's fees 24 20 IT . . . . . . KJ1, ""
Rosebnrg Fire Department, allow- 100 Booa graces 01 tno neiguoors oy their
ance to January 1, lb'Jh 'JO 00 winning ways, lhey managed to have
The recorder's report was read and the handling of the funds at the enter-
accepted and ordered filed. tainment and "skipped" out with them
In the matter Of dog license for the during its progress. The children were
ensuing year, motion was made that if badly broken up over tho loss of their
persons owning dogs within the city little funds.
limits would pay their license before The Rosebnrg Theater was filled to the
the 1st day of February, that a license doors Friday night, for tho first lime in
of $1.00 for male and $2.00 for female many montliB. Tho impression, some
dogs would be charged, and that after bow or other, had got out that Schillings
that date the usual $o0 will be col- minstrels wero "hot stufi" and even-
lected. I body wanted to hpb tlipm. TIimv nt
The quarterly reports of the treasurer and were not disappointed. A mom; thu
and recorder were referred to the com-1 most attractive features of the show were
miltee on current expense and accounts the wondorful French acrobaln, tho Li
for investigation. aol brothers and tin. iiii!inr
The matter of repairing the roof of the Kinzo. To Reo then) three alono wns
city hall was referred to F. H. Churchill Uorth the prico of admission, to sai
lor investigation, nothing of the lino singing, and other
Motion was made that the meetings epecialties of tho company. After tho
of the council in the future be held on bow. tho Elks, who were tirennrit in
the first Thursday after the first Mon- force, repaired to the lodco room up
day of each month. suirs with their invited guests whore
There In-ing no fuither business the they were soon joined by Mr, Schilling
meeting ndjuurned . U t meet the first an( the members of his company, and a
Thursday in February. ? - ' - "stag social," with Mr. SchillinK as pro-
Selling out at cost! Now is the time
to secure a bargain in all lines of goods
at Mrs. Osburn'?.
$ S S saved by trading under the
Racket Cash System at Richards Broth-
em' Racket Store.
Jay BrooVs, the one priced dry goods I
dealer, opposite tho oslofficr. is the I
place for bargains.
If you have daily mail service, try the
daily Plai.vuealeb for a month. It will
cost only 25 cents.
Get your candy at tho candy factory
Thercls no paint and chalk in it to wear I
out your stomach. It is clean and cheap I
Mrs. Grace Osburn is selling out her
entire stock of general merchandise at
cost. Thosu wishing to secure bargains I
should call at once.
. Rice, at his 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 WHL.t to suffer with corns
and bunion;, lure your boots and shoes
mado at L. Langenburg's. Repairing
neatly and promptly done.
Karl's Clover Root will purify yonr
Blood and clear your Complexion, regu
late your Bowels and make your head as
clear as a bell. 25c, 50c and $1.00.
Shilo's Cure, thegreat Cough and Croup I
Core, ia in great deaanil. Pocket size
contains twenty-five, only 25 cents.
Children love it. Sold by Druggists.
Captain bweeney, U. fc. A., tan D;ego
CaL, savs: "Shilch 'a Catarrh Remedy
is the first medicine 1 have ever found
that would do me any good." Price 50c.
I- Langcnbcrg is still on top. ile
carries a full stock of choice music, mu
sical instruments, violin, guitars, accord-
eons etc., violin strings of best quality
always on hand.
Those having second hand stoves,
furniture, etc., for salo can receive the
highest cash price by calling upon X.
Rice, the furniture and supply dealer,
221-23 Jackson street Roscburg, Or.
People with inJigeatiou and their I
stomach worn out waut to BtopanJ think.
It may come from eating grocery store
candy. The paint and chalk that is put
in it will grind ont the mucus membrane
of the stomach.
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chatanooga
lenn., says, "Shilo's Ualizor saved my
life. I consider it the best remedy for a
debilitated system I ever used." For
Dysepsia, Liver or Kidney trouble it
xcels. Price 75c.
Notico is hereby given to the public
by tho undersigned that I do not allow
dead animals to be buried on my prom
ises, nt Rosebnrg, Oregon, or garbage
dumped thereon or sand or gravel taken
there' n. unless tho party taking sand
or g- I first contract with mo for tho
rig!.. .0 so do.
Tn'sp.isscrH will be prosecuted ac
cording to law. Aaron Rose,
Roscburg, Oregon, March 17th, 1895.
Alexander & bTRortG
26 and 323 Jackson St.
Bet. Oak and Washington.
.irn I T-J TT r) T" T IatccsI nd Best Assortment CTer
V V A L. 1 1 A 1 i 1 f brought to Southern Oregon, and
CENTRAL HOTEL !
ard A $3-50 per Week,
MEALS, 15c. BEDS, 15c.
The Roseburg Lruadry,
201 Main Street, opp. Hotel Van Houteu.
FIRST-CLKSS . ALL WORK 6 guaranteed.
At Reasonable Prices.
FISHER & BRYAN, Proprietors.
Poultry, FIsn and Game,
The City Meat Market,
And Dealer in
PRIME BACON, HAMS, LARD,
AND FRESH MEATS OP ALL KINDS.
C9 Orders taken and Delivered Free
to any part of the City.
A Large and Elegant Use
We call the attention of our
friends to our beauti
ful stock of
Bed Room Sets
Parlor and Dining Chairs
Rugs and Carpets
And all Household
Our Stock is
Unexcelled by Any House
South of Portland.
NO TROUBLE TO
ALEXANDER & STRONG uoTMnEErpa0R8
A SQUARE DEAL.
First Mortgages on Improved Farm
We nro prepared lo nogotialo Oral
mortgages upon improved farms in Ore
gon, with raidern parlies at a rato of in
lurest 1101 10 oxecua i per cent, per
Mortgages renewed tlmt havo been
taken by other companion.
AddrcKH with stamp:
llakor City, Oregon.
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Is what we give to every cus
tomer, for we believe the best
advertisement possible is a cus
tomer pleased with what we
have sold them, they will come
agaiu and again, and their friends
will come too.
We arc not here for a day
or for a month.
We are Here to Stay.
BOWEN & ESTABROOE,
Blacksmiths and Machinists
Stephen Street, between Oak and Cass,
Machine Work a Specialty
Sneceasor to G. AV. 'OAH,l
rROTTINQ AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY,
REPAIRING 01 ALL KINDS PBOSIPTLY DOJTE.
SIiop on Corner Waabloston and Kane 8ta., Roscburg.
1 1 A
t Insist on
Ml AliP HAER SOPA
Costs no more than inferior package soda
never spoils the flour, keeps soft, and is uni-
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Made only by CHURCH fc CO., New York.
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