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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1896)
MAKCU Ui. 18W.
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Koseburo, Ore., March 15, 1S6.
1 . , 1ditftn limn !M1 fK
Maximum temperature, a.
Minimum temperature. Si.
RalntaU (or the SI hours ending 5 1. m., U.U0.
Tula! rainfall since 1st ot month, IS.
Avenuw ralntall tor this mouth lor i! yean,
Total rainfall Iroui Sej.L 1, 1S&. to date, iSl
Average ralutall Irom Sept. 1, lo date. J0.6I.
Accumulated icvs Irom Sept. 1, 1S, to
Average precipitation lor Is wet bcaus,
The weather tlass ilila)cd represent tlio
forecast applvlux to the 21 hours cmllns atS
j. m. to-morrow. (II more than one kttid of
weather Is predicted for that period, the condi
tions first uamed lu the forecast will ho repre
sented by the uppermost weather tlag.) A
white 11 s Indicates clear or fair weather; a
blue Has, rain or snow. The Has of which tho
upper hall is white and tho loner half blue,
local rain or snow. A black trlanirular pen
uaut Indicates the temperature and when dis
played above a weather flag Indicates warmer,
and when dhpUrcd below, cooler, Tho tern
pcraturc. Has U never dUplaytd alone. Its ab
icncc iudieates stationary temperature. The
cold nave das, white with Mack square tu the man of the grand jury this term
center, when displayed on the Pacific coast, In
Tutu. Gibsox. Obacrrtr.
BRIEF. MENTION.- .
H. 11. Wind ot Couistock is in town
Walter Kent of Drain is n guest at tliu
.M. T. Kico of .Myrtlo Oieek ia at the
Tho slioritl" collected 1MJ.8S taxes
Iaj. E. F. Walsh of Olalla is in tho
P. B. Whitney of Ashland is at tho
C. L. Cox of Camus Valley is at thu
Geo. Scott of Melrose is registered at
Miss Dalborg of (.ilvmlalo is icgistcrcd
at the McClallen.
J. A. Jar-iues of Gleiuhilo is registered
at the McClallen.
J. T. Boyle of Canyonvillo is a guest
at the McClallen.
Geo. Marsluof Looking Glass is regis
tered at the Van Hon ten.
A. K. Crouch of Camas Valley is reg
istered at tho Van Houteu.
Ben Huntington of Yoncalla is fore
J. F. Smith, formerly of this placo but
who has been living in Ashland for tho
last year, has roturned. lie brings ouo
of Ashland's fair daughters as a future
Edun Applegate waB taken to the in-
Etno aBylutn from this plnco baturday
by Deputy Cathcart.
Smith Bailey of Kosoburg was in town
Mrs. J. A. Black fell from a porch
Thursday and was seriously hurt. At
present writing bIio is resting mito easy.
Judgo Loughary was in town Satut-
day on legal business boforo tho justice's
Walter Kent, our iopular hardware
merchant, went lo Itoseburgou Sunday's
local. Walter is a nico young fellow but
is not awav from homo much. No doubt
M. 0. Buckle, Win. Vinson and K. A
oodratTare bailiffs this term of court
W. X. Moore of Buckles is in the city
today on business with the County
A. t,. trooper ol t Ik ton. a juryman
made the PLAixuLWLKr. a pleasant call
Miss Ediu Appiegale was taken to the
Asylum from Drain Saturday by W. W
I O . 4 I . - . i 1 , .T-
Maretere&Co. for school -""-. V3
C. W. Huddleston of Klktcn is in the
city today. He is one of tho jury men
and made the Plaixdkalei: a pleasant
There will be a bachelor's social given
nt tlin f!tir?l5ni Plinrrli nn nor I'Sattir
.sicnyona nomeot,auiic uemeutes ,. iv.n,.. will
Tho S. P. B. B. Co.. successor o the
O. A C. II. B. Co., aie having govern
nient iutents for lands in tho Boscbur;
land district recorded, amounting in the
roxtULM Or., March 16. 1?J; a. m.
tVeallxr forecast for the nut 9S hours, for
Roseburg and vicinity:
fair, tonight and Tuelay.
1'acCK. Local Forecast Official.
Go to A. 0
County claims and warrants bought by
D. S. West.
A good farm to trade fur city property.
Inquire at this office.
A. C. Marsters & Co.'s drag store.
Bay one dollar's worth of groceries at
jMEttm'a and get the $5.00 in gold.
licuij: your clocks and watches to Slow
Jerry the reliable jeweler lor repairs.
Myrtle Creek floor, only SO ceuta per I aggregate to 2Si,3tO acres.
eack. Delivered free. A. C. Hoxis. Prof. Geo. T. Kussell of Oakland,
A full assortment of cigars ot all ijcali-1 prominent eitizen and formidable caudi
ties, tobaccos and pipes at II. Kaston's. I date for representative for the state le
Hmv: choice oat liar. iSiX). liuiothv. islalure, is in the city today and made
SJJM per ton. delivered. Caw Ineld's Puh-nduleu a pleasant call
Feed Store. The circuit court is now in session.
Extracts of all kinds, teas, coffee of the His honor Judge Fullerton on the bench
best dualities. Oran; and lemon peel and Geo. M. Brown district attorney.
NOTES OF INTEREST.
A Halzman, the roliablo juwoler.
J. T. Bryan, the BuBy Watchmaker.
Go lo tho ltoseleaf for thu best cigar.
Good goods at tho lowest prices ut Sab
man's. For u good 6-cunt cigar call on Mra.N.
Wood taken on subscription at this
For first-class dentistry go to Dr. Little
Solid silver tea and table upoous at
Puro fresh candies, fruits aud iiuIb at
New Goods, and convincing prices at
tho Novelty Store.
Harness of all kinds al low price at
G. W. Woodward's.
Key West, imported and domestic
friends will look after him and see that cigars at the BoBeleaf.
ho does not get lu any bad company.
T. B. Conway, father of Warren Con
way, has been negotiating a compromise
with Superintendent-Gardner, and from
present indications, the placid waters of
Elk creek will givo up their dead and
there will bo a wedding instead of a pros,
The sad newB was telegraphed here
Saturday cvouing that Dan Applegate
was found dead near his mino in Jackson
couulv. Ho was buried near the Jesse
Applegato homestead. The community
has lost one of its most honored citizens.
Have yon seen the latest in ladies' aud
gouts' watches at Salzman's.
Lvic prices are what move goods at
tho Backet Store. Call and see.
Buy your silverware at Salzman's and
get the best at lite lowest prices.
For good substantial blacksmithing
cheap, go to McKiunoy & Manning,
Jewelry, watches, diamonds, gold pens
and optical goods at tho lowest prices at
A few cases good substantial boots at
Ho leaves a wife tud
mourn his death.
tiro children to reduced prices to close them out, at II.
That A. P. A. Obligation.
After giving what purports to be the
chief obligation ol the A. P. A., our Bo
man contemporary concludes as follows:
"Now, if Mr. Palmer, or tbo Kosoburg
A. P. A. Council, will print tho affidavit
of responsible me tu bets of the commun
ity, deuyiug that theEo aie the salient
parts of tho A. P. A. obligation, we will
agree to produce proof on tho ether side
of the proposition that will couyince the
people that the oath vith some iuitna-
at Richards' Cash
than the cheapest
Prints, Giughams, Shirtings, Percales
etc , fresh stock, choice patterns at thu
N ovelty Store.
You will admire the neat aud choice
patterns in our new line of Outing FUm
n'.U, at the Novelty Store.
Largest stock of fancy chairs at Alex
ander & Strong's, ever brought to Rose'
burg and at prices lower than ever.
For a good hat, stylish and cheap, call
teriol nortious cut out is as eiveu
above." After glancing over tbo above, on Wollenberg A Abraham, whoso stock
a ncracn of n-oderato intelliirence will ambraces all grades ol head gear.
Two Lives Saved,
Mtb. Phtebo Tliouian, of Juueliou City,
111., was told by her doctors she had Con
sumption and that thero was iiu hope for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery completely cured her and eho
says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers,
I'M Florida St., San Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful cold, approaching Con
sumption, tried without result every
thing else then bought one bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery and in two weekH
was cured. Ho is naturally thankful.
It is such results, of which these are
eumplee, that prove the wonderful
efficacy of this medicino in Coughs and
Colds. Free trial bottles at A. C. Mars
ters' Drug Store. Regular size 50e. aud
A. C. HARSTERS & CO.,
Situation wanted or heln wmitrtt (ulrertiirmmlM
iiucrUd in this column free of charge. Other ads
of fire Unci or tcta under this head SJ ,ccn per
vumth; each additional line i cents ncr month. No
advertisement taken for less than is cents.
OILS HMD GLHSS
If OR SALE Old newspapers, 25 cents jcr 1C0.
Apply at l'laluitcaler office.
O. DEZENDOBF, J
Attorney at Law
AND NOTAKY rUBLIC.j
ipetial attention given to COLLECTION'S and
matters in I'robate.
LOANS NEGOTIATED. Money Loaned and I
Rooms 1 and S Marsters' Bld'g, UOjEBURG.
J D. STEATFOBD,
Attorney at Law,
ATE 07 OtEGOH.
I Congressmen j n g"ifianu
Governor William P. Lord
Secretary of State II. R. Kincald
KtHtc Treasurer..... ...I'hll Mctsctiau
Snjit. Tub. InstructIou........0. M. Irwin
State Printer. W. II. Leeds
Attorney General C. M. Idlcman
MembcrBoardof Equalization.A. C. Woodcock
SF. A. Moore
G E. Wolvcrton
iA. B. Compson
J. B. Eddy
I. A. Macrum
Clerk of Railroad Commission ... Lydcll Baker
SICO.-IO JUDICIAL DISTCICT.
judge J. C. Fullerton
Prosecuting Attorney ..Gco. M. Brown
u. s. laud omce, coszeueg.
Receiver R. s. Sheridan
Register. B. M. Veatch
U. S. WEATUXK EUrtEAU.
Observer.. .Thos. Gioson
Representatives ..., ,
(J. E. Blundell
.. J.T. Bridges.
( C. A. Echlbrcdo
.F. W. Benson
C. F. Cathcart
W. A. Frater
...J. A. Underwood
A. F. Steams
1W. L. Wilson
(C. U. Maupin
Will P. Heydon
Dr. K. L. MUler
CITY Or EOSEELT.O.
. C. Marsters
Rooms S and 4
Taylor Wilson Bloci
Jg L. BEAD LEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
Office Hours, from 11 to 3 p.m.
Taylor & Wilson Brick ROiEBURG.
AND TOILET ARTICLES.
) J. M. Fletcher
, . F. M. Ziglei
......J. B. Cannon
. J. A. Perkins
j C0CET SE6SI0S3.
The Circuit Court for Douglas County meets
three times a year as follows: The Su Mon
! day In March, the 4th Monday in Jnne, and the
1st Monday in December. J. C. Fullerton of
, Roseburz judge, Geo. M. Brown, of Roseburg.
) prosecuting attorney.
County Court meets the 1st Wednesday after
the 1st Monday of January, March, May, July,
September and November, A. F. Stearns, of
Oakland, judge; C. H. Maupin of Elkton
and W. L. Wilson, of Riddle, commissioners.
Probate Court is in session continuously, A.F.
Printers' ink, 'pxautity,
prices, are moving goods
fibelve at Allison'?.
Sale for sale, as good as new ,
order. A bargain for cah.
U. Euton's grocery store.
Call and examine the new good at
the Variety store, one brock-east ol the
depot, center of Pino and Lane Streets.
fc. Da bas. rnysioan and surgeon
coa in Marsters' building
managing state c-.uos and a score or less
of attorneys looting after their clients
Geo. W. Joner, the earieutcr, who
went to hit old home in Western Ohio,
has returned altera protracted tiilt.
lie reports great chauges siuca he left
there 20 years agoflmt ttill prefers Ore
gon to Ohio.
D. C. Pitier exhibited" in theiVsis
pourc otlicc today a small piece of verv
Call in I Q03" 'lost;' which evidently had
town tod coantry promptly answered
eight or day.
Call on Slow Jerry and examine his
Setli Thomas clocks, watches and gold
lowed eye gla&see. Cheaper than ever
offered in this city.
The finest line of pante goods in the
dty will be found at J. 1. Jackson's.
Gire him a call and look over his line.
Don't forget that T. L Stubblefield,
opposite the depot, makes and mends
boots and shoes on most reasonable
terau and guarantees satisfaction.
Gold! Gold!! Gold!!! to.00 in gold
trill be given away at Allison's grocery
on April first. One dollar cash purchase
gives you a number. Call and sec.
Dr. V. W. Haynes, the dentist, does
allktnds of dental work in a most scien
tific manner. Llis work speaks for it
self. Dental parlors in Mark's building.
Slow Jerry the jeweler has H carat
filled gold ladies watches now on 3a!e.
Ericet reduced from 5 to 1 15, decided
bargains. Don't fail to examine them
before purchasing elsewhere.
The old reliable hostelrj'i the well
known McClallen House of this city
"Still lives." Its table is supplied with
the best the market affords
not floated very far from head inarters
If D. C. can only find the main ledge
and he thinks he can his fortune is
made, tor a few pack animals loaded
with tuch ruck woukl place the owner
among the bonanza kings.
The 1't-Ai.MitALu: has never said any
thing disrespectfully of the many op
posing candidates for Congress. We
have uniformly spoken of them with
due respect as to native abilities. All
wc have complained of was tint they or
their friends were continually belittling
Mr. Hermann, speaking disparagingly
of him and his work.
naturally ask : By what right, or for
what purpose does '.lie Iteviow add "im
material iRtrtions" to this quasi obliga
tion? It must be to deceit u its readers;
to prejudice them ; "to stir up strife."
If we Di:blituo "prolestaut" for ' Ho-
man Catholic in this obligation, we have
a fac tiuiile of one of the mildett oatLs of
eeveral armed Kouiaa Catholic bccieties,
haviug prutlr as chaplains the Clan na
Gael. Ancient Order of Hibernians,
Catholic Kuijhtt of America, aud several
others. We hear no criticism of tLoie
secret orders u herein brutal murders
have bceu plotted and consumated.
KustHirmi, Or,, March IS, IMfti.
Tu the president and friemlj of Coun
cil . American Protective Asscciatiuu,
WiitutAe, Ttits council and its mem
bers have been basely, aud we believe
maliciously misrepresented by the Kose
burg Review, and by different individu
als in this city, and
Wut-UKM. We Ltheve that the lee- People should tako advantage of theEe
lures deliicred duiiug the past week by prices and give him their patronage.
ltev. Kay Palmer have Leenofgieat ben Ladies, aro you in perfect health? If
efit to the American Protective Associa- not, why not try the great home remedy, I
tiou, and the pnucipua niaintaiued by Viavi. Mrs. Berry is agent for Douglas
it, aud that this council and its members county and will fill all orders promptly.
Ihing your job work to tho Plauiukai.-
u office. We aro prepared to do tho
cheaiiest and best work south of Port-
I-'tinners .Our large line of well made
overshirts only needs a looker and we
have a buyer. Call at the Novelty
X. Kice, al his ware rooms on Jackeou
opiosite Marks' irou front, has choice
household furniture aud tin ware at
prices to suit the times.
If you dou't want to Buffer with corns
and bunions, have your boots and shoes
made at L. Langouburg's. Repairing
neatly and promptly done.
.Veto HW mixture in Dress Goods for
durability, quality and prices; we invite
comparison. We fUl nul be undcrmUl.
Call at the Novelty tHore.
The Square Deal stoi e has just oined
up a beautiful line of W. 1.. Douglas
ehoes, which prove to be the beat shoes
made. Come and inspect them.
A. C. Iloxie sells flour at 75c and iOc a
sack, and 10 pounds of lard for 73 cents
NEW FEED STORE
KATIE CHURCHILL, Propr.
CAWLFIELD & CAWLFIELl)
Have Just oiued n Urtt-class Feed Store and
have on hand a large invoice of the best ,
RoAcburg aud Valley Flour, Rated Hav, Grain
and Feed ot all kinds. All purchases delivered
free. Cor. Cass and Rose Street.
Board and Lodging per week
Meals, 20 ceiits.
Beds, 20 cents.
JAS. CALLAHAN, Propr.
J. R. BEARD, Propr
r AUREL LODGE, A. F. & A. JL, EEGULAK
J-' meetings the id and 1th Wednesdays in
J. B. CAWLFIELD, W. M.
C. W. KlEK, Scc'y.
TTilPQDA CHAPTEE, NO. U. K. A. II., HOLD
u their regular convocations at Masonic hall
on the first and third Tuesday of each month.
Visiting companions are cordially invited.
K. L. MILLEB, II. P.
IsaDOKE Caeo, Secretary.
DlIILETAELUi LODGE, SO. S, I. O. O. F.,
07 meets Saturday evening of each week at
their hall in Odd Fellow Temple at Roscbnrg.
Members of he order in good standing are invit
ed to attend. K. M. COSKLISG, N. G.
UNION ENCAMPMENT, NO. 0, MEETS AT
Odd Fellows' hall nn second and fourth
Fridays of each month. Visiting brethren
arc invited to attend.
F. U. MICELLI, C. P.
JOS. MICELLI, Scribe.
D OSEBCRG LODGE, NO. 16, A. O. TJ. W.
meets the second and fourth Mondays ol
each month at7:3U p. m. at Odd Fellows hall.
lembcrsoiincoruer m gooo standing are in
ucu to aucnu.
RENO lOaT, NO.
first aud third
G. A. R-. MEETS TUB
first and third Thursdays of each month.
WOMEN'S BELIEF CORPS NO. 10, MEETS
firsts and third Thursdays in each
Will BE CONDUCTED STRICTLY FIRST-CUSS
The Diniuu Kooni will be uudu the
eisoual supervision of Mr. Callahan,
who will guarantee all old and new cus
tomers the best the market affords.
Come and see me.
iSuceosor to SENATE aALOON.
A POl'l'UK IlliSOltT.
Choice Clear and all LimU of Tem-ieraucc
Drinks constantly on baud.
Removed from cur. Oak aii J JiukMin to
l'ARROTT BI II.D1M., t J VCKioN STREET.
RO.-EBl ll; OREOON.
SPRIttG s GOODS
ALLIANCE Regular Quarterly
Meetings will be held at Grange Half.
Roi-eburg, the first Friday in December, March,
aud June, and the third Friday in September.
p OSEBDRG CHAPTER. NO. S. O. E. S.. MEETS
iv the second and fourth Thursdays ol each
AUCE SHERIDAN, W. M.
ROSEBURG DIVISION NO 476. B. OF L. E.,
meets every second and fourth Sunday.
A lady stepped in at Allison's the
other day, and priced a few groceries,
then exclaimed : "AVhy, they have been
chargine me more for everything I have
bought; I guess I know where to go
Good pastureage for stock at reason
able rates by the month. All stock
taken absolutely and entirely at
owner's risk in every particular. For
particulars enquire of C. A, Blackman,
The cheap rates of live dollars cabin
and two-fifty steerage including meals
and berth are still in effect on the 0. It.
& N. Co'e. steamers from Portland to
riteamer leaves Portland every live
Last Sunday morning at three o'clock
a tire was discovered on the roof of a
China wash house. The Chinamen
rushed out when tho alarm was given
and succeeded in extinguishing it before
any material damage was done. Upon
examination it wai found that the tire
had been set by some one, eo far un
known, with evil intent. The roof was
found saturated with coal oil. Had the
fire become general the whole block
would doubtleis been burned, and prob
ably a general conflagration would havo
resulted. It is hoied tbo detectives may
be able to find the incendiary and bring
Charges iiim to justice. Such fieuda should be
have been tf pccially benefitted, there
fore be it
lUfjird. That Ihe thanks ol this
council be tendered to Hevorcnd Kay
Palmer for tLe pleasant, forcible and
able manner in which he delivered his
lectures in defense of tho American Pro
tective Association during the iast week
in this city.
lUnlred, That the Eecietary be in
structed to transmit a copy of these reso
lutions to friend Palmer, also printed in
the Plaixdealuk and spread ujon the
minutes of Council No. 22.
X. Kite, one of our enterprising furni
ture dealers has now on ealo a fine lot of
furniture of the latest stylo and finish.
Give him a call before purchasing else
L. Langenburg is still ou top. He
carries a full stock of choice music, mu
sical instruments, violin, guitars, accord-
eons etc, violin strings of best iiuality
always on hand.
Wanamaker & Brown's fine new line
of samplis ol men and boys spring
clothing just received at the Racket Sturc.
Call and see them. Mens' all wool suits
ijJ)Q and upwards.
Those having second hand stoves,
furniture, etc., for salo can receive the
IN GREHT VARIETY
RE NOW AKKIUMi AT
II ONE PI E Ci 5
AND IT WILL PAY TO :-Efc. AND PRICK I HEM.
Free bus to and from the summarily dealt with, if caught.
Is There Any Truth In Spiritualism?
Do the dead return? Is thero a soul
world? Does death end all ? Dr. Hen
ric Ceauseaut and Mile I'eauscant will
giver one of their famous open light se
ances at the Opera House, Wednesday
night, March ISth, where every oppor
tunity will be given to te6t the truth or
falsity of spiritalii m. All "manifestations
in bright light under strict test condi
tions. Do not confound, these mediums
with alleged spirit mediums, who roam
the country like a set of vampires, Ecek
iug whom they may devour. Altcud
this seance and bo convinced. A small
The tax roli of Douglas county for
lS'Jo ia now in my hands for collection
and is now due aud payable al my ollice.
C. F. Catiicaut. Sheriff.
The Astoria & Goblc Railroad Com-
The citizens of Koseburg were on tho
alert all dav Saturday watching for the
comet, that it was predicted, would strike highest cash price by calling upon '.
aud probably knock the earth into Rice, the furniture and supply dealer,
mithereene, aud send fho inhabitants 221-23 Jackson streot Roseburg, Or,
s'-ooting iuto kingdom come or lap its I Toweling at 3'.. cents per yard by
tad around tLctn and whiz them through the bolt, at the Novelty Store. Thie is
space at the rate of a million miles a a big bargain to the trade, as it is the
minute clear oil" past the moon, sun and price quoted by wholesale houses in the
fixed stars. But the day passed and tho East. Call and get a bolt now as vou
comet failed to connect, aud now tho I may never get it again at this price
people breathe easier, except a few who
had cxiected a free ride lo tho moon by SLOW JERRY.
catching lo the comet's tail, having Slow Jerry has moved his jeweiry shop
chalked their hands so they could hold into Beards cigar store and billiard hall
on. uur tincago tailor neiu uis suears wiiore lie will oe pieaseu to nave ins out
n hand determined to clip off a portion patrons and all others to call ujiou him
of the comet's tail for coat collars if it and examine his fine stock of jewelry,
comes near enough. Saturday a strong clocks, watches, and spectacles, which
east wind prevailed all day, such an ouo he is now offering at reduced price;
as rarelv occurs from that tiuaiter. It All work in the jewelry Hue done to
was particularly claimed by some ol a order and warranted to give satisfaction.
waggish turn that it was caused by tho Don't forget the place, John Beard's
comet which had clasicd mother earth billiard hall and cigar emporium,
n his embrace and was (lying enst with where Jerry may always be found to re
her at such a rato as lo create a breeze. ceive orders and do neat work.
DRESS GOODS, CLOTHING. FANCY GOODS,
WAISTS AND CAPES, FURNISHING GOODS,
SHOES, HATS, ETC., ETC.
XllC BUST Goods, Tlte I.AYliST StlCh. TUe
p OsEBOBG R. D. LODGE, NO. 41, 1. O, O. F.
meets on Tuesday evening of each week at
the Odd Fellows hall. Visiting sisters and
nrelhren arc invited to attend.
MARY SCHMEISER, N. G.
IL'LA BRADLEY. R-StC.
ALPHA LODGE, NO. 17, K. OF P., MEET3
every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellow
IfalL Visiting Kni;hts In good standing cor
dially iuvitcd to attend.
R. M. CONKUNG, C. C.
I. B. RIDDLE, K.R.S.
BirTUT Cnur.cu corner of Lane and Ros
streets. Sunday Service. Preaching, U a. m.
aud 7:30 p. nu; Young People's Union, 630 p.m.;
Mrs. E. V. Black, President; Sunday School, 10
c in.; James Chamberlain, Superintendent
Prayer Meeting, Thursday evening at 730.
Rxv. G. V. Black, Pastor.
Residence, No. Sit Main Street.
A. C. Hoxie,
Wholesale aud Retail Dealer in
Goods delivered free to all :
parts ot the city. leave :
your orders with me aud :
save money. Roseburg, (Jr. :
MKTnonisT Cneccn corner of Main and Lano
streets. Sunday Service: Preaching, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath school, 10 a. m.; F.
W. Woolley, Superintendent; Class Meeting at
close of the morning service; Epworth League
630 p. m. Clare Hume, President. Prayer Meet
ing, Wednesday, at 730 p.m.
Rev. G.W. KmsaDY, Pastor.
Parsonage, corner Main and Lane.
I'r.EscvTEr.nN Cacccu corner of Cass and
Rose streets. Sunday Service: Puplic worship,
a.m. and 730 p. m.; Sabbath School, 10 a. m.;
Y. P. S. C. E., 7p.ro. Prayer Meeting. Wednes
day, 730 p. m.
R. B. Dilworth, Pastor.
Tiik Loyal TxMrKruscK Legion- will meet at
the M. E. Church Wednesday Ht 3 pjn.
A. C. BcckKkb. Supt.
The Square Deal Store.
Seeing is believing, so walk into the
Square Deal Store and seo tho fine dis
play of fashionable spring goods daily pany put 12 men to work grading through
arritrinif. Pricinir eoods is also tho best tho marshes below Bureau's mill, near
way to learn where to buy cheapest. Clalskanie, recently. This is an oxperi
Call on Wollenberg 5c Abraham and prico ment which tho company is trying, in
order to know if the road can bo put
across tho flat at that place.
goods and you will then come to the con
elusion that the Square Deal Store is the
place lo make your purchases. Wollen
berg & Abraham hayo received and are
continually recciying a fine stock of now
spring goods, which they are selling at
new prices. These are tho times when
wo want to talk new goodB to you, and
we feel assured that the ladies in particu
lar will go into raptures when (hey see
our fine slock of Bpring dreEB goods and
learn their prices. Gentlemen will also
bear in inind that tho Square Deal Storo
will fit Ihem out to perfection
Tho :j-ynar-old daughter of A. II
Fruin,of Lebauon, was kicked in tho
forehead by a horso last week. The
skull was broken and indented, hut the
doctors hope tho wound will not provo
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so pure or so great In IcaV'
cnlng power as tho Royal.
T)Q YOU REALIZE THAT THE MIS31UN OF THIS AU KUTI&K.MENT IS 1U l.NVITE tUUK 1 ATKOjAuK T li a .
If you are in a position
To do Business
Let the People Know it.
OUT OF TOWN
FOR SOMETHING FOREIGN I
If you have anything
You want to Sell
Let the People Know it.
To the Voters of Douglas County.
Gkm llmk.n: I announce myself as a
candidate before thu republican conven
tion for the nomination of representative
to Iho legislature. If nominated and
elected 1 promise on tho honor of n man,
to do everything in my power to lift tho
hairy (tu burdene from the shouldere of
the over-taxed people of tho county and
state. Gi:o. T. KthstLL.
Dated at Oakland, Oregon, this 'Jth
day of March, 1S9G.
Two lots in Marsbfiuld fur hogs.
Two and ouo half !otn in North Uoeo
burg, for Btock ; hack or buggy in part
payment. Call on I. F. Kico & Co.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
The little Special Notice aud the regular Business Ad
Make the Mighty Merchant auti his ratrous Vjiaa,
Furnished rooms for two.
Aud the eager Public gathering in throngs
Leave their Business Orders where the Trade belongs
The Plaindealer is read
Advertise in it. It will Pay.
IK)li I til!
BEST JOB PRINTING
AT l.OWll RAILS.
The sure road to success
Through the Printing Office)
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
1 ifflVTTEN YO?TVANT (iOOD JOU rRl.NlTNU DONE. .yi) Mr SOMETIMES DO VUf tfHUl'l.l) CONSULT THE fl.AlXl)KALKR.g