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JANUARY 20, 1S95.
If we could be assured that au extra
session could bo relied on (o cut down
tho appropriations of last winter's regular
session, we would say let there Le.an
extra session by all means. But what
assurance have we that it would 00 it?
If the members of that body will petition
the governor asking to be convened,
promising to redeem theinselrea by cot-
ting down InaU viilanious misappropria
tion covering the following items we
would say amen to it and appro vo the
convening the legislature in extra ees
Additional tluical aid for gov
ernor $ J.000
Clerical aid ollice of secretary of
Clerical aid office of superintend
ent public instruction 3,300
Attorney general 0,000
Parchaso of Oregon reports S.OOO
State agricultural society 10.000
Railroad commission 20,000
Domestic animal committee. . . 8,000
Home at Portland 5,000
Refuge home. 3,000
Sisters Good Shepherd -. 4,1300
Home at Albany 5,000
Patton homo 2,000
St. Mary's home 4,000
Tay of governor, secretary of
suie ana etaio treasurer as
supervisors of public works. .
Extra district attorneys .... ...
Or. State Weather Bureau
Dairy and Food Com ...
3Ionmoulh Normal School ...
Support State University 30,000
For Supreme J udges, reduced . . . 20,000
Deficiencies Monmouth school. S.326
Baby Home, Portland 4,000
Boys and Girls Aid Society 2,500
Weston Normal School 4,000
fctate Agricultural College 5,000
Salary cf clerk of treasury (flOOO
Hill's Code 3,003
There are several other items which
-could be dispensed with withont ma
terial detrimeat to the state's eSdent
management if officers would properly
perform their duties as required by Jtra
under which they have accepted them;
especially is this the case during these
oppressing umes, wnen the taxpayers
are scarcely able to support themselves
and families, and often suffer for the
necessaries of life. The above appropri
aaons amount in round numbers to
1200,000. Half of it, of course, has been
expenflea lor 1Kb. The other half
might be cut off if the legislature in ex'
tnt session would do it. But would it?
.That's the question. We fear it would
not. The only remedy we tee is to let
the old body die the death of the
damned, as a terror to its successors.
Let the people riso in their majesty and
power and 'demand a new deal and de
clare they will support no man for the
legislature who will not .pledge himself
to work and vote against all unnecessary
appropriations of the above character.
Party platform pledges are but banks of
sand, whether they arc formulated br
republicans, democrats, populists or in-
. dependents. Tlc peoplo must bold their
immediate members to that body per
sonally responsible. They should send
op men who have au established rcjHita
tion for honesty, ami sense enough to
comprehend justice and backbone
enough to stand erect. The history of
past legislation in Ibis state unmistaka
bly demonstrates that all legislatures
baye been too liberal with tho people's
money ; and wo will admit many of them
wilh good intent the schemers have
pulled the wool over many eyes. Tho
state constitution has fixed a limit to in
debtcdness and tho class of services for
which appropriations may be made. It
does not warrant tho legislature in giving
the governor's, the secretary's of state
andthestato treasurer's clerks, for ex
ample, more than double the salary of
those officers. It provides for a public
school but not for a collego, seminary or
high school to bo supported by a tax on
the people at large for tho bcnclH. of a
Tho cud drauclh nigU. Tho uewo
;". from rVjulh America is Iwligerent.
'-Wars aud rumors of ware are rife. A
civil wariu Brazil is imminent and Col
umbia is preparing for a revolution.
'Ihc i-eople'u party will bold thoir
national couveulioii at St. Louis, July
22, for tho nomination of a presideut and
His Successor Named.
Havana,.Jru 18. Tho civil govornor
of the provinco of Havana, through his
secretary, Sonor Francisco Calvo Munoz,
add tho chief of tho treasury department,
Senor Miguel Cabansas, admitted late
this afternoon thev had received cablo
messages from Madrid announcing that
a successor to Marshal Martinez de Cam
pos will bo appointed in the person of
General Valioriauo Weyler, and that
they are to expect his early arrival at
Havann, to assume the duties of governor-general
of Cuba and goneral-in chief
of tho Spanish forces in the island of
Washington, Jan. 19. The announce
ment of the appointment of Geueral Va
leriano Weyler, as captain-general of
Cuba, was received at Cuban headquar
ters here as confirmatory of the view al
ready expressed upon the none of Cam
pos' retirement, that there had been a
radical change in tho policy of the Span
ish cabinet, and that henceforth there is
to be a reign of blood and terror in Cuba.
The change in the cabinet itself, in the
retirement of the Duke of Tetuan aud
the succession of Senor el Rnaycu, as
minister of foreign affair, is regarded as
still farther confirming the idea.
Geueral Weyler is a veteran soldier,
and nas had his o.vn experience in Cuban
revolutions, for ho followed the fortunes
of the Spanish army in Caba for years
during the last revolution, with tho rank
of colonel, and earned for himself a
dreadful reputation as a man of blood and
iron. Moreover, the Cuban ieadets here '
bint at actions of cruelty to women and
defenseless prisoners iu his past m a
fashion that augurs ill for the rebels who
como within bis jower, and they predict
that, he will soon become involved in
trouble wilh the United States govern
meat as the result of ill-treatment of
Amsricau citi zena who may be unfortn-
nate enough .to fall under suspicion.
General Weyler quitted Cuban ground
sson after tho suppression of the last re
bellion, and has since dwelt in Spain,
holding the important losition of captain-general
of the province of Catalonia.
This Says It Is Not Settled.
Madrid. Jan. IS. Seuor Canovas del
Castillo, the president of the council of
ministers, has received the following dis
patch from Marshal Martinex de Cam
"I consider your telegram as an order,
but I ought to stay. I Iiave not given
my resignation . I have no sense of fail
ure. I am the first to congratulate the
government upon it decision, which,
pcrliaps, will avert disagreements which
do not affect me and might be hurtful
General Pclaviaja, whose name has
been mentioned as the probable suc
cessor of General Campos, had a confer
ence today with the president of the
wuqcu oi ministers, me general ex
pressed himself as favoring the appoint-
ol General Weyler as captain-general,
and in consequence the latter was sent
for. General Weyler will arrive here
tomorrow, when the question of General
Campos successor will be definitely set
tied. General Campos will return im
mediately to Spain.
Havana, Jan. IS. General Campos
will sail for Spain jfonday.
Due to Campos' Recall.
Madbid, Jan.18. Owing to the recall,
in some quarters "dismissal" is the
word used, of Marshal Martinex de
Campos from the capt a.n-gcneralship of
Cuba. The Duko of Tetuan, minister of
foreign affairs, has resigned. He will
be succeeded by Senor El Buayen.
Al Dear made a trip to Roscburg last
Mr. George Lee was over from Wilbur
during last week.
Mr. B. McKinney came over from
Looking Glass last weak.
Mr. P. B. Beckley (hipped two car
load of hogs to Portland last week.
The leap year ball was postponed til)
some future time.
The revival meetings aro keeping up
interest and the attendance is good.
We acknowledge a visit of two mem.
hereof God's Regular Arrav last wk.
They held service in Yonns's hall, bat
their stay was short.
The Woodmen of the World held a
mooting Thursday evening of last week,
adding more to Utoir membership.
Our items for last week's issue was de
layed, so they did not appear till Thurs
day's paper. Wo try to semi by mail in
lime for ovcry Monday's issue.
Salaries of Rulers.
ine president of tho Fiench republic
receives 1,200,000 franca; the American
president 250,000 francs, while tho presi
dent of the Swiss rermblic has nnlr
iranca. The allowance of the
queen of hngjand and her family is
placed at 50,000.000 francs: tho kineof
the Belgians at 4,000,000 francs; tho
little queen of Holland and her mother
at 2,500.000, franc: th Amnfrnr nf flat-
many at 11,700,000 francs; tho king of
Italy at 14,250,000 francs; Ibo king of
Spain and his mother at 7.150.000
francs; the king of Portugal and his
mother at. 3.600.000: the emnemr nf
Austria-Hungary 23.350.000 franca: tho
king of Sweden and Norway at 0,500,000
fraucs; the- king of Denmark at 2,100,000
francs, and the king of Greece at only
Notice to Theatrical Managers.
Proposals to rent the Odd Fellows'
Oiwra Honee for one year, from Feb. 5,
lfW, will In) rucrivol up to Feb. 3rd by
UietccrelarA-, j0H. Micelli,
It is sell stultification for any onoto
nnike excuses for the acts of men of his
party when it is palpably plain they have
dono wrong. Tho Flainuualkk will not
bo guilty of any extenuation for misdeeds
of tho republican party that may como to
its knowledge. Tho present administra
tion of tho state government was elected
upon pledges of retrenchment. That
tho appropriations as a lump sum was
less than tho former by a fow dollars will
not fill tho bill. Wo demand such a
retrenchment as will not require a mi
croscope to discover it. Elsowhcro wo
Bhow where tho pruning knife may bo
applied without detriment to tho state.
Great Britain thinks sho can lick any
five or six of the great powers. Well,
just lot her rail in to Uncle Sam if sho
dare. Thero would not be a creafo spot
left of her. Undo Sam has thrashed her
twice and can do it the third time.
Tho United States will claim indemnity
for loss ol property of American citizens
during tho troubles in Armenia, and
will demand protection to American citl
reus in tho future.
It Is reported .that wheat in Walla
Walla brings 51 .'s cents, and that the
market is very brisk. Within the last
few da) a over thteo milliou bushels have
What enllitidinstic republican wants to
go to Portland to attend tho coming con
vention? If lie can rYieo tho rhino he
Notice is hereby given that sealed
plana ami specifications will bo received
until February 3, 1SUC, at 10 o'clock a
m. . for
;i hospital building at the
1 ii t r
cam ouiiumg to be ol wood, one story
nigti, wim txiicmcnt; separate rooms
for four inmates and a ward large
enough for 20 erconst and the estimated
cost not to exceed $5000. These plans
and sp;cificatioas must include everv
tiling necessary for a complete structure
i monern sanitation strictly observed
and addressed to the undersigned, State
Douse, Salem. Oregon.
B. F. Alley,
Chairman Executive Committee.
To Fruit Growers.
The rpgnUr meeting of the Roseburg
Fruit Grower's Association will be held
at the Grango Hall in Roseburg on Sat
nrday, January 25tb, 1S9C, at 1 o'clock
P. M. It is requested that a full attcn
dance of the members and all others that
are interested in fruits be present to
discuss the different methods and plans
of handling and disposing of fruits, and
atso to better organtxe lor tne coming
fruit season. By order of the executive
committee. F. A. McCall,
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing between
J. A. Remand C. G. Meyer under the
firm name of Rcseburg Brewing Co., is
this day dissolved. C. G. Moyer will
continue the basinets, collect all ac
counts and pay all bills of the late firm.
J. A. Heix.
C. G. Meieb,
Rostncno, January 11, 1S90.
City Treasurer's Notice.
-ouce is ueieny given to an persons
holding Roseburg city warrants indorsed
prior to December C, 1S92, to present the
same at treasurer's office in city hall for
payment, as interest will cease thereon
after tho date of this notice.
Dated this lsth day of January. 1S96.
al Roseburg, Oregon.
J. A. I'ebklvs,
To the Public.
On and after this date, I wish it under'
stood that my terms for all undertaker's
goods are cash with tho order. I find it
impossible to do business on a credit
basis, and bclivo that I can do better by
my patrons and myself by selling strictly
for cash. P. Benedick, Undertaker.
Roseburg, Ore., April 12, 1895.
The G. P. of the Grand Encampment
of the State of Oregon will visit Union
Encampment No. J, Thursday the 23d
instant. Patriarchs will please take
notice and attend if practical at Odd
Fellows Temple on that evening.
By order of
F.G, Micelli, C. P.
Teachers' Review Class.
Thoeo not wishing to tako either of the
regular courses in the Normal, can now
enter a class for the Review of tho com
mon branchefl nml methods. Drills in
elocution and reading duily. Addrees,
Wanted to Exchange
A good grist mill (valued at $2000) for
city properly, or will sell, for one-fourth
caab, balance at 8 per cent. For further
particulars inquire at tho" Plalsoealeb
For Sale or Rent.
Tho i'almer sawmill. For particulars
addr . E. C. Palmkr, Drain, Or.
A. C. Hoxio ia selling 10 lbs. of granu
lated sugar for $1.00, Hour at 75 cents a
sack, and 10 pounds of lard for 90 cents.
Teople should tako advantage of thceo
prices and give him their patronage.
Cure I'or Ilcadnclic.
Au a remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to bo tho very
best. It effects n permanent euro and
tho most dreaded habitual sick head
aches yield to its influence. Wo urge all
who nro alllictcd to procure a bottle, and
give this remedy a fair trial. In cases of
habitual consumption VAneltw. Unra
cures by giving the uodcd tone to the
bowels, and fow cascH Inni: resist (ho uso
of this medicine. Try it once. Dirge
bottlea only Fifty cents al A. C. Marstora
$2 a Year
It paid in advance.
M. F. Rapp,
Jackson Street, Roseburg, Oregon.
Dress Goods and Trimmings,
NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
Clothing for Men and Boys,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Underwear, Neckwear,
Rubber Goods, Etc, Etc,
NOW ARRIVING AT THE
ONE PRIC9 CKSH STORS
$3T The Best Goods and Lowest Prices.
ROHEBUKCi OR. J, BROOKS.
W. H. CASEBEER,
New Store ! New Gds
THE THIRD ADDITION
T1l HOWG 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 $25 to $100
Any one wanting a fruit, vegetable or chicken farm
or a suburban home ean now be accommodated on easy
All lots sold in First Brookside addition have more
than doubled in value. The
tne tuture. More fortunes, are made in lands near a grow
ing town or city than any other way. Sieze the opportunity.
For information or
instate Omce, or on
C. G. MEYER, Proprietor.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY,
Keep your Money at Home.
The Best in
Cleveland Distilling Qo.
LIQUORS FOR FAMILY HMD MEDICINAL PURPOSES
ALL FIRST CLASS DRUG STORES AND SALOONS HANDLE OUR GOODS.
GooJa delivered In quantities ol one rallon or more. Orders from Town and Country
Solicited, and will bo promptly attended to.
omce and j VON PESSL & DOERNER, Proprs,
CALL AT THE
Roseburg Beer, the
315 JACKSON Street.
Marble and Granite Works.
Estimates Furnished on all
omce ana Balcarootn, ;jh oak Hlreet.
A COMPLETE LINE
and Doaslas HtrceCs.
! Prices Just Rigkt !
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
prospect is much better for
conveyance, call at ony Real
Drink only home made Beer.
&nJ Dclen In
Best in the Market
Dealers In all kinds of
and Granite Monuments
Portland Cement Curbing
For Comctory JLott-;.
kinds of Cemetery Work
0 KS,LiC3 o fc,L3o
JLOTTPLPrai ICOTTOLgOTj COTTO:
OUT OF THE
Has come not a little
knowledge as to cook
ery what to do, as well
as what not to do. Thus
we have learned to use
the most pure and per
fect and popular cook-
ingmaterial for all frying
is the natural outcome
of the age, and it teaches
er the new shortening,
which is far cleaner, and
more digestible thdn any
lard can be.
The success of Cotto
lene has called out worth
less imitations under
similar names. Lookout
for these! Ask your
Grocer for Cottolene,
Made only by
N. K. FAIRBANK tu CO.,
ST. JLOUIS and
BAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co.
ZxpTMi tralna leaTe Portland daily.
5:25 A. X.
10:45 A. x.
Portland - Ar.
Eoseburg - Lt.
Son Francisco Lt.
8:10 a. x.
11:10 r. x.
Above trains stop at East Portland. Oregon
City, Woodburn, Salem, Turner, Marlon, Jeffer
son, Albany, Albany Junction, Tangent,
Ehedds, Halsey, Harriabnrg, Junction City,
bring; Eagene, Crenrell, Drain, and all stations
from Boseborg to Ashland incltuire
Roscburff Utall Daily.
8:30a. x. I Lt.
5 a) r.x. I Ar.
- Portland -Bosebnrg
Ar. 1 1:40 r.x.
Lv. ! 8:00 A. X.
ISalem Fasscncer Dally.
4:0Or.x.LT. - Portland - Ar. I10O5 a. x.
6 05 r.x. Ar. - Salem - Lt. 8S0 a. x.
DIMIHC CABS OX OCDES ROUTE.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
8ECO.VD-CLASS SLEEPING CAUS
Attached to all Through Trains.
West Side Division.
Between Portland and CoryaJIi.
Mail train dally (except Sunday).
7:30 a. x. I Lt. -12:15
r.x. I Ar. -
At Albany and Corrallis connect with trains
of Oregon Central & Eastern railroad.
Express train daily (except Sunday).
4:45 r.x. I Lt. -
Ar. isr-S a.m.
Lt. 1 5:50 a. X.
Throngb Tickets to all Points In
tne Eastern Slates. Canada and
Europe con be obtained at low
cat rates Irons Ccorgc Estcs, Agent
B. EOEHLEB. E. P. ROGEK3. .
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t Is the DINING CAS ROUTE. Itrnns through
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ELEGANT DAY COUCHES
A Continuous Line connecting with All Lines,
affording Direct and Uninterrupted Service.
Pullman Sleeper reservations can bo secured In
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THROUCH TICKETS To and from all Points in
America. England and Europe can be purchased
at any Ticket Office of this Company.
Full information concerning rates, time ot
trains, routes and other details furnished on
application to any agent, or
A. I. CHAHLTOX,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
No. 121 First SL, cor. Washington,
Notice ia herehr riTea to all whom lt but eon.
eera thiilhvreappointe-l D. W. 8tamaof Cala.
pooia precinct Deputy Inspector of Stock for aaid
precinct; poctofflee addxesa. Oakland; also A. J.
Chapman ot Wilbur, and Ralph Smith, at Boas
burg, to act during my absence, and others nil
be added as parties inspected make their dealre
Bosebtrrg, May 1th, 1S37.
Inpoctaor of Stock fa Douglas county ..Or.
This old reliable and
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Stricture, SyphillU in
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weakness of the limbs and back, loss of memory,
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orer thirty years and thoso troubled should not
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