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THE PLAINDEALERf mBP mention.
APRIL 10, 1S9C.
U. S. Department of
and soon the roproaontatlyo of tbo no-
Viln.t ft Hia t.itfn ovnflttnn will flllUm
a. .. liuoll of Looking Qlasa ta in the win. n,n,iA ti, !nnmv nrhnintmr-
vj iuua). msfn,! oil lnnVn.l i.n nltliniit n rpnl nn
KjiiaB. bchuaufor, tbo irrepressible pop- their persons or n friend at hand to ko
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Agriculture utist, is in tho city today, preparing lor their bail
tunveuuon tomorrow. ra ti .i..,!i r Jnnnim.in nh-
Mrs. 0, Gilpatrick of Days creek is in jects ia best exemplified in a pair bf
tbo city today on her way to Rev. T. J. cheap, balky spectacles that stutters
Jonea , near inchester. Just why anybody buys such classes is a
John JackBon aud eon, Coma, ol Can- wyatery, unless it is Iguorance of tho lr
yonvillo camu down today to attend the roparablo injury such spectacles do to
peoples party convention tomorrow. tho eyes. Don't ko to Dr. Lowe for
Tbo overlain! has .been detained sever- ll,at kiml
al hours Una uiornim: on account of a Tho funeral of David C. McOIallen waa
Kos sbcro. Ore., April II, liSC
n . ..... trr IS ft. in. 1'ftClflo tlme-2).7J.
Maximum temperature, 41.
Minimum temperature. 31.
BalnUll tor the H hours ending 5 p. in., 0. 1 1
ToUl nduUll slaco 1st ot month, 2.91
Avenge rainfall (or thU month lor S years,
Total rainfall trom Sept. 1. IStt. to dale. U3.-J0.
.r. Ti,,u rmm s..nL i. ia ,,.,, uuun una morning. on account ol a
Accumulated excess trom Sept. i, 1S55, to anu snuo on Koberi'd lull, bouUi of Dill- largely alteudcd today, noiwuuBianuing
ATcrajro precipitation lor lb tret seasons.
I ""AAl UUtlULU. I 1 1 1 I'll . NlCKHPsH I
ceased were conducted by Hoy. T. N,
Wilson of the Episcopal church, assisted
by Nov. G. W. Kennedy of tho M. E.
Tho remains were followed to tho
precipitation lor 1$ tret
T Indicates trace ot precipitation.
The weather tlajs displayed, represent tho
forecast appljlns to the 21 honrs ending at S
p. m. to-morrow. (It more than one kind ot
weather is predicted tor that period, tho condi
tions first named In tho forecast trill be rep re
rented by the uppermost weather Mas.) A
white nag Indicates clear or talr weather; a
blue Has, rain or snow. The flag ot which the
upper halt Is white and tho lower halt bine,
local rain or mow. A black triangular pen
nant Indicates the temperature and when dis
played abore a weather Has indicates wanner,
and when displayed below, cooler, The tem
perature Ca U never dUplayed alone. Its ab
sence Indicates stationary temperature. The
ard. tbo inclemency of tho weather. Tho
151)d purified, disease cured, sickness ceremoniea at ,ho ""'J611 f luo de'
and suffering prevented. this is tho
record made each year bv Hood's
William Purdy, couituande
A few days ago a certain populia. liv
ing west of this city, accidontly over
hoard a conversation betweon two prom
inent tnembera of tho Roseburg ring of
democratic pio calera, which caused him
to open hia eyre. Tho question under
discuesion wbb aa to tho probability of
the populist convention indorsing all or
of tho democrat ticket. Ouu of the
parties was very hitter in his denuncia
tions of tho populists and their doctrincp;
and waa oppoaed to anything, lie said,
which would in any way encourage them
in their nolitical heresies. Tho other
parly oxplained that it wa3 not necessary
or advisable to have such a thing aa a jkj
littrnl conscience, that what they, tho
democrats, were after, was tho pie, and
that if they could accomplish their ends
by using-tho populists to help rako the
Mrs. Swattz, tho genial ladv of tho
Victory Placer mine, ta visiting iura.
Clarke at Ho'el Glcndale.
Misa Ktttu Clarke ia at Roseburg
vUiting f i tend.
Mrs. J. L. Dewoy and her daughter,
Misa Edith,!) lit Portland visiting Mrs.
J. It. Penny.
T. C. Nail of Grcenglen ia wielding
tho yardstick in the largo Mercantile
House of J. L. Dewey.
Hon. James E. Blundell commenced
echool at this place last Monday. Glen-
dalo is fortunate in having secured the
Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report
REJOICING TO SOON.
"Last Thursday wo heard five differ
ent republicans make tho declaration
int i'ontl(man. scholar Uhut ''there ia no republican party in
and atatcaman to teach our district Douglas, that there are but two 'Parties
a succcssiui i . . a Dn. . i?,.;rr
Euitoi: Plaindkaleb: The proceed
ings of the late democratic convention at
Roaeburg would not strike the casual
observe as being in any way peculiar,
but when we consider that there are
widely antagonistic elements in the party,
it becomes difficult for ono not conver-
SChOOI, which assures us
school for tins Beason. Vrnm . nft rpnintion nassed by the
Misa Maud Blundell will teach the ia(0 democratic convention in this
political chestnuts out of tbo fire, it waa school at Placer, Josephine Co., and COnuty, wo are not Burprfcedat tho above sant witn tbe facts to understand how
all richt. even if tho pop8 did get hurneu en uiunueu vm leacn tuo ecuoui uu assertion made by the iteview, oui wo can(idates. in some instances not of tbe
gravo by a large number ol sorrowing To Illustrate hia point, he related tho upper Jow ureeK. ansa aiary vyanuoa hardly expected that it was bo ueavuy . ware nominated by unanimous
friends and; sympathizing neigbbora, followlnir anecdote: Ho said that while lis teaching tho Galeavillo school. weighted down by them as to call on tbe vota of the convention. For instance,
Thn expn-iRA wnin hriflf and lmnressive. I . n ;n ;ia nrir-In cunnncpil In I ai:.... .r...i , v:i .,1, l.oo lun of. tannMi.iing i. I.. It. 5t ilrnw itH load be- I -r t r. r-.v.K
. . . .Mi . -1-1 ' i mo cjiUij' o, 1 L 'w " 'tj'"i . , t . i iui.i A.aw, - i iv-('iitii.uj .v I f . j ii-, Jjjfiuu, a UMUUIIV, IU1 oww oou-
.......u. Vu...i.,b jwuui, iu-i. ... 'o at the residence and at tho Krave. the iah tnlrU.v aco bred voter on Ibe i,..,i;n. hnn nt tto'ehuri? for five fore t had cotten fairly in the road.
remains were laid to rest Deaiue nis rePnblicans , it would fit his ideas exactly
children in tho Odd Fellow's cemetery ii .:. hat n certain colored centlemaa
in chief of
God's Regular Army, left this morning
for Grants Pass on business aud will re-
tarn Monday next.
teens, left last night for Sabastopoo), Sa
noma county, California, on a few
months' visit to his father.
The delegates to the peoples' party
convention tomorrow are requested to
east of the city at 3 :30 p. in.
coll ware nag, white with black square in the I et at Grange ball thia evening in cau
centcr, when displayed on the Tacific coast. In- ens, at S p. to. A general atten dance ia
dieatcs Irosl. 1 deirod.
Tuos. Gtasox. ObaerTtr. I
ao the friends aud neighbors whoso
Forthsd. Or., April li. ls-: S a. m.-1 "naiy ejetenucu ttieir sympatuy in our
Weather forecast tor tho next X hours, for recent bereavement, cur heartfelt thanks
ELotcbors and Ticlulty:
Tonight and Thursday occasional rain.
Paces. Local Forecast Official.
Mks. D. C. McClallen,
Hakuv T. McClallvn
H. T. Ulumb has taken charge of the
batcher business of Jacob Bitzer and
will furnish the customers of this popu
lar market, their bleats, chops, cutlets
and roast for tho future. Give Mr.
Blumb a trial. We bespeak for him a
liberal patronage, and for bis patrons fair
Mrs James Wright, who has been vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Churchman, at
Medford for a few weeks, has returned
and James tarns over tbe culinary de
partment to her management again,
satisfied that, while he can cook and
wash dishes well. Airs. . can more
nearly come up to modern requirements.
We uuderitand that Mr. Dilworth will
open his school next Monday, and again
resume his labors of teaching and train
tng Rceeburg voutus in those ways
which, if rishtly observed, will make
men and women ol them. Mr. Dilworth
is one of the most thoroughly educated
teachers in Douglas county and is doing
a noble work on the educational line,
Go to tbe Senate mIooh and lake a
lock at tbe wonderful e- Bill Van
Bnren will show oa an egg that will
perform more antics than any other c;
that was laid by feathered fowl since tbe
dawn of creation. The hen that laid
this egg will soon be on exhibition at
It is a lineal de-
oah bad in
ber on a ladies' wheel. I the at k at the time of the deluge.
Call and examine the new goods at w. n T. U. will hold their next
tbe Variety store, one block east of the pabi;c meeting Sunday afternoon, April
depot, corner of Pine and Lane Streets. 19thi 3 o'clock in M. E. Church,
Rri mnr ioh work to the Puixdial- South. All are cordially invited. Fol-
wVam Drenared to do the I lowinc ia the programme to be rendered
cheweet and best work south of Port- at the mass raeetin
Krom Wednesday's Dally.
Vida Mathews of Wilbur is at the Mc
Clallen. A. J. Dear of Oakland is at the Van
Lon Robinson of Myrtle Creek is in
tlto city today.
W. R. Wells of Olalla is registered at
Hon. C. A. Sehbrede is reported con-
.Several weeks of stormy weather re
sulted in quite a snow storm on Tuesday
morning. The snow covered the ground
two inches which diaap-
rlnfflil that ha had had a dream- tho
night before, in which h had dreamed
that he had died, and, unfortunately,
had taken the wrolu; road aud been ad
iimiuu iuiu mo v. .i.,.i. t
? rrt... .t.0ru,l inf III. 1 dcPth f
T'rJXZ : reared during the day,
- Is T f T!li: r.milif fina IAifo1
m..l kiln.drv a ecore or more ol re- u""8
nnblicana who had been inveigled into at tRisjuace.
Uda deftnain. nerhapsas a reward lorhav JCobert Taber ol untnis lass uaa
;nn nnn n n(r stmnifn lfoods. and that I onnel n saloon at the old S . F. Beer
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every republican was holding between depot building.
himself and the fire, a colored citizen. n n Redfietd of Boakydell is the
months, returned home last week. That such remarks were made byre-
Miss Lillie Cox visited Misa Nettie publicans is absurd, and if the ueviow
RedDeld at Iloskydell on Sunday.
in its Horculean efforts to keep up the
organization of the republican party
can call to its aid but five republicans,
it certainly cannot claim much for its
influence. The Review cannot name
fiye republicans who have made the
assertion it wildly attempts to credit
them with. Tbe republican party
stands on its own platform made by
men who nut in convention for the pur
pose of maintaining the party, and the
declarations and principles placed be
fore tbe people came from the representa-
Go to the Roseleaf for the best cigar.
Go to A. C. Marsters A Co. for school
County claims and warrants bought by
D. S. VTesi.
Spring goods now arriving at Brook's
A good farm to trade for city property.
Inquire at tli.s office.
1. S. Wpst does insurance. Office
opposite the post office.
For Sale. Old papers, at thia office,
at 25 cents per hundred.
Mnnyon's Homcepathic Remedies for
sale at Marsters Drug Store.
Mens and boys' shirts at prices which
beat the record at Jay Brook's.
For bargains in family groceries, call
at the Pepole's store, Cass streeL
Mnnyon's Homeopathic Remedies at
A. C. Marsters A Co.'s drug store.
Bring your clocks and watches to Slow
Jeny the reliable jeweler lor repairs.
Myrtle Creek flour, only SO cents per
sack Delivered free. A. C. Honx.
If yon don't want to pay other peoples'
debts, trade at the one Price Cash Store.
Everr dozen cabinet photos taken at J gte saloon
the Smith Studio, entitles yoa to a nam- geenjam 0f the pair that
valet cing tinely. That while the republican waa enjoying democratic nominee for justice of the tives of a party that can adopt a plat-
11. A. Baldwin ot Uakland is regis- u,e clixxx3.to all right, the poor colored neare. If bo is elected, he will make I form without abuse and vituperation
tered at the an Houten. man wjh havine tbe fat fried out of him ,,rotni n, pffir;rnt officer. R. A. The ticket nominated by that convention
E. F. Walsh of Olalla, alias Major in great shape. Tbe pereon relating the Welsh is on the same ticket for con-lis made up of representative men
Walsh is registered at tbe Van Houten. anecdote, then proceeded, to make an ap- ...u.. Th.v urn lioth intelliccnt reli-l throuehout the county, and who are all
plication of the story, which apparently M wntlpmpn. who ars competent to republicans a ticket that
the sick list-down with the chicken pox. satishea his companion, juoging ircm me
merriment which it occasioned ; out me
populist friend, who accidentally heard
the story, went home vowing that when
Mr Pio-pater drew a bakins out of the
oven be would get no help from him.
Cy Smith, one ol tho stalwart repub
licans, came down from his ranch today
Walter H. Vernon of Oregon City has
been appointed a cadet to the United
Slates naval academy.
ator by acclamation, thereby ignoring
entirely the wishes of a strong A. P. A.
element in the party ; in fact they sat
down hard on every man known to en
tertain even a friendly feeling for that
Not being a democrat, of course I am
not on the inside, (neither were many
democrats), but if all of tbe democratic
primaries were run on the plan of the
one in the precinct in which I reside,
"he who runs may read."
Aa I have it from good democratic au
thority the whole bneiness was domi
nated by ex-Sherff Miller, contrary to all
the rnles of courtesy or decency ; so much
ao that many life long democrats refused
to vote at all; while others remarked
that it was the rottenest thing that they
had ever seen.
Now, we may naturally infer that as
many as could be all over the county
were run in the same manner; which
theory alone will account for the pro-
From now on until after tho election
fill the respective positions. special resolution to outline me action 01
mi.m.Mi.!.in nn tl... rfinnbli- themen who nominated it, nor puoiu
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ticket for justice of the peace, with acceptances ol any 01 its sianoaru near- 0f the convention. Alter ma-
for constable. They eis 10 uenne meir pueu.uuo, u. n;pmatins tbe primaries to ineir aaus-
excuses lor their names DeiDg piaceu fa,!nn it waB eaBV for he small hand
ful of spoilers, known as the Roseburg
rinz. to have things pretty much their
there ia a republican party in Douglas . Thfi werB :n a position to
AV. G. Bernatein
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are "00a men in me ue3i sense 01 mo
.vtinl onl will r.pIV.. a lipartv support, there
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.... , . ... . , ... :.. the ueview wut una, we prouici, mai
iueiwiiuiaiKeuiiiuuuuiuB.uku Mtrn nartvin Douelas
Warren Imbler of Washington U on a the hungry editor of the Iteview will put val ey and there a keen tog' Rnd ltatf in fipite of lhe fact tnat it now everythiagj which wonld not
visit to bis aged parents in this city.
His father is in very feeble health.
After several days of severe wet
wea'her tbe sun came out from behind
his vapory curtain today, and joy per
vades the city.
in his time agonizing tor the poor down- - deserU it after promlaing to keep up its . . f,,e!r .iMtion. and thev did it
trodden, oppressed taxpayers o. ' -'T; " 5at! organization, it will be fully and cheer- effectually.
county. Their sutlenngs Drmg lite sweat u (ul at tfae x
l.;c r..,,KI- hrnw in con ous (IrODS. Hila valley. 11 teema iui
v. ..." 1 . - ,
Their woes and calamities sive him no mann has received a meagre return ior
; nil the vears of faithtul services he nas
rest day nor night. His couch is, as
, , n,r were, planted with thorns, and his daily given to every "Oregonian ; all
The rl7m7tIJaD.y1 path b strewn with flint.; obstructions, been benefited by his wise legist,
hool money ha? been postponed till .fj M01.1
Monday, May 4th, in order to allow a
larger portion of tax to be collected.
Married, at the lesidcnce of Henry
Lttder ot Gardiner, April 10:h, lb'jy,
Chailes Meade and Miss D. M. Luder
were united in marriage, J. B. Hutchin
son, J. P. officiating.
A news writer contends that plain bat
hospitable democracy whtch charac
ized the admioistra'ion ot President
Jckson still prevails at tbe u hite
His commiseration for the people's trou
ble, cause Ins very intestines to gripe
with pain, which makes him cry aloud.
He is willing to sacrifice his time and
agitate tho gray matter in hia massive
brain, in order that he may eho that
tho wicked republicans are the cause of
all the woes the people suffer.
There Ls nothing in it to him and tho
balance of hia rin2 of hungry tax-eaters.
No, he is actuated only by patriotic mo
tive?. hei. Who are -these great rc-
Before proceeding to do this, however,
they must needs have a "platform ;" bnt
: though they were long on cheek, they
were short on planks;" therefore, they
must needs filch one from the populists,
under the mistaken notion that that
Oregon ia iroini: back on herself, isn't I
For choice family groceries, call at the
People's Store, 3Irs. G. W. Rapp, pro
prietor, and get yoar supplies at bedrock
E. Da Gas. Physician and Surgeon, j
office in Marsters building. Calls in
tnm and coontrv promptly answered
sight or day.
ve monev and time. To parties
Mini East, so bv the O. R .& " short1
route. Call on or write to V. C. London ,
Call on Slow Jerry and examine his
Seth Thomas clocks, watches and gold
Cheaper than ever
cinrnnL- '"Scatter Seeds of Kindness."
Singing, "Flag of the Free."
Scripture reading and prayer.
Solo, Misa Lee.
Reading, Mrs. Belle Kennedy.
Remarks, Rev. G. W. Black.
House, for Either Cleveland has caught (onners? Fisher, Floed & Co. Are
Bill Van Buren had on exhibition at
the Senate saloon Monday evening a
hen's egg f jond tn Uarloa'a stable mat
would eland on end. hen laid on its
I side it would tlop up on the end. It is a
The supreme court of the L'nited States
ha decided that the ortheru l'acinc
they not the same outfit who a lew short
years ago were cavorting around this
countv, telling the dear people of the
halcyon days which would Hood the
miintrv with coldeu sunshine when
ctotrMand should be elected. They
didn't want tho offices then. They first
wanted to help the posr oppressed tax
payers. Well. Cleveland was elected,
Did You Ever
.was I Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your
Oregonian ' ; all have tr0Juble3? Ifnot( eta bottle now and
w rp hpf. This metiicme nas Deen iounu
tn ho twnliarlv adapted to the relief and
cure of all Female Complaints, exerting a I party, seeing their broadest plank, would
wonderlul direct muuence in gnms n,i,,iiv bph1. on it like bees on a
nreStsndo!0ue.tipatS hoard from which their hive has been
liMirlif. Faintincr Spells, or are 'er- removed ; thereby enabling the demo-
she? I rnnn Klwnlf-si- Excitable. Melancholy I nrata fn srnon the whole populist; party
There was quito an excitement in town or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric - t tbe democratie hiye.
it was diecov- P,1"?.? . 1 "1 C Whether they will do thia remains to
neai.u anu cireugiu aic uaiauiroi uj . .
its use. Largo bottles only 50 cents at be seen. It is said that rata never take
A. C. Marsters & Co's. Drug Store. to a leaky thip. and I believe our popu
list friends are as astute in most mattars
Douglas County Improvements. as any rat. But matt my words, it
In conaiderinir the natural advantages they do embark in the rotten old huiK,
ol Douglas county it isdiscemable by the that some.ironical genius has named the
most casual observer that if our people democratic party, tney win an go uowa
the other morning when
ered that Thomas Maye'a store had been
robbed. About $40 worth of goods were
Mrs. Minnie Frater went to Gold Hill
Stindav mornmtr to visit with her hus
band. She will visit relatives at .Med
ford before returning.
G. K. Quine and posse of men have will only devote a little lime and a little together, and peace be to their carcasses.
l...n hnntini? for the robbers and the money to develop it, a luture granu
stnlon i..mls for the last two days, but prosperity would
have not discovered anything as yet.
destruction by tire to wood
public domain, in the case of the, . P.
It. R. Co. vs. G. L. Lewis.
The executive committee of the Doug
las County Sunday School convention
ma Tawia i Datlr. met at C. A. beblbrede's luesuay, maa-
O G.Potterof San Francisco 13 at the ing arrangements for the programme of
McClallen I me annual a. c, tvmcuuuu . w v.-
Koserjurg, Aiay 10, 10 auu uiu.
Messrs. W. U. Kockfellow ol Baker
Railway is not liable for damages for the and immediately the whole hungry gang
..... t.nm ti.i. 1 iinp.1 nn at inc Die ojuuier, auu juui
San Jose is a", the
bowed eye glasses.
offered in this aty.
Dr. F. W. Haynes.tbe dentist, does
allkinds of dental work in a most scien
ce Hi work soeaks for it-
i 1 1 Iti 1 1 r P " a
eelf. Dental parlors in Mark's building.
Constantly on hand at the Beer Hall:
Cheese, Swiss, limberger brick; fish,
epiced herring, sardines, caviar, neu
naugen, pickled pigs feet, pickled tongue,
SInwJerrv tho ieweler baa 14 carat
filtl mid ladies watches now on 3ale.
Prices reduced from 25 to $15, decided
K.,;na TVn't fail to examine them
before purchasing elsewhere.
Good pastureage for stock at reason
able rates by the month. All stock
Uken absolutely and entirely at
nn-o' ri.v in pvp.rv particular. For
Trticnlara enauire of C. A, Blackman
The cheap rates ol five dollars cabin
and two-fifty steerage including meals
and berth are still in effect on the J. K
A X. Co's. Eteamers from Portland to
stoampr leaves Portland every five
N'otice is hereby given to the public
by tho undersigned that I do not allow
dead animals to be buried on my prem
ises, at Roseburg, Oregon, or garbage
AnmrwA thereon or sand or gravel taken
fhprpfrom. unless the party taking Band
or gravel first contract with me for the
right to so do.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted ac
Roseburg. Oregon, March 17tb, 18?o.
W. A. Hilbish of
R. L. Stephens of Oakland ia in
T.. Howe of Portland is at the
V. R. Medley cf Oakland is a guest at mine3 ye3teniay.
the Van Houten.
A nice line of gauze undervests at Miss
C. H. Fischer of San Francisco is a
guest at the McClallen.
G. W. Asbford of Portland is regis
tered at the Van Houten.
knnvc rain, clouds and a small streak
of sunshine, all in one day.
Mx. Mcintosh of Portland was in Rose
burg this week on buBinese.
Wm. H. Hemptin of Placerville
egistered at the McClallen.
Wm. Eastman of Cottage Grove
stopping at the Van Houten
City, H. B. Rice and X. b. Btric 01
Portland, partners in a patent gold sep
arating machine for saying gold in
black sands, were in tho city Monday.
pushing and scrouging, and shov
ing and scrambling, such snarling and
snapping and scratching was never seen
before in Oregon. It was enough to
sicken tho buzzards. Now they are at it
again ; trying to bamboozle the voters
with their confidence games. Go it,
Mr. Review man, you can't fool the
people again with your magnificent im
pudence and unscrupulous methods.
Misa Milla Riddle writes that she is
very much pleased with her position in
Mr?. Jude Catching is home from her
visit to Portland. She had a very pleas
Friends are borry to hear that Mrs.
Jennie Crosby's little daughter, Marga
ret, is afilicted with a lame limb.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Parsley and Mr. and
be only a matter of a
few years, and thia fair county would be
one of tho richest counties in the state.
Douglas county has untold wealth un
developed, and if a reasonable outlay of
money and some unueu acuun were
taken by our citizens the elements of
wealth would begin to evolve their
rirli treasures. It is now known that
the rich mineral deposits in the Bo
hemia minim: district are heyond dis
pute quite extensive. To develop these
mines and make them remunerative to
Civil Bend, April 14tb.
Tho Plaisdeaixb did the right thing
in a recent issue, in rebuking the high
handed outrsce perpetuated by the
They went to inspect the Myrtle Creek I K0set,urg ring at the democrat prima
ries, in having the nng ticket printed on
When von are uoiug to buy a com- colored paper and m rejusmg two weu-
niodltv whose value you don't know, known democrats tho right to vote when
you pick out an old established house to they found they did not intend to vote
trade with, and trust to their experience the ring ticket.
and reputation. Dr. Lowe is the estab- It had been supposed that Eiiet. oui
lished optician in the country. Ho is niges were confined to a few of the
experienced. He values hia reputation, most disreputable districts ot tne soutu.
There are mauy opticians. But one Dr. The facta are that the machine workers
Lowe. were on hand at every voting precinct of
Mr. Byron ot Olalla in his card in the Roseburg and took possession of the
Review points boastiugly to hia carrying polls from ten minutea to half an hour
tho banner called "'Old Glory,' shot before the time fixed to open the pals,
down by native Americans." Southern and then by means 1 of their colored
, nnm. h n.pans hv tickets, they were able to tell just how
.. .', Amprirans" Well, every one voted, and if the person who
..... : .i..un... llf I.J. fto-nrvrnHe Ottered tO VOte UIU HOW uae im.ii i.u.u.,
s 11111 1 iiininimn :ti- ajus uumwmw
Mrs. Johnnie Arzner of Canyonville were the owners and contribute to our reyen
visiting Stilley Riddle's family Saturday ueSi they must be worked. To effect
and Sunday. such a consumation, a good road must
Mr. Robinett paid a visit to bis family be made to those mines from the rail
at Roseburg tbe last of tbe week road, radiating off from the nearest
of the Myrtle Creek waa pracucaoie point, uw owos m
De Sleeping on lueir iKiwicftcs uviiu-
in Riddle Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson's little son,
Vnlnnv. waa nnite sick the first of the
Rev. Wallace of Myrtle Creek preached
a very able sermon for us Sunday.
There is an exodus of Coos bay coal friends in the North never gaye him any he was ruled out unless he had courage
umers l good many are going to the credit fo, his carrying Old Glory. All enough to ins.st on his rights even at
-tZ: mines. , .m he aver trot for that meritori- the risk of a row. The lawa of Oregon,
the credit he ever got for that meritori
ou3 act came Irom tho republican party
page list, sec. 2507, provides that "no
ballot shall bear upon tho outside thereof
- . T .lA.T.n iwln. ft. fliilll.
a hi. nirvrii Track any lmpreaoiuu,
At the Bicycle I racK. A'.A tn .isilnaniiaila mmh ballot from
Our enterprising music dealer and T " wIlBrhv tho Mni0
bicyclist, T. K. Richnrdson, ia fitf.ng up l "':--?,, .. mav
ounda . ' .
bo Claimed inai tuia law applies uu.j iu
his bicycle track and pleasure gr
on tho West side, and will have every-
Notice to Stockmen
xr .-mnnrtPd ClvdeBdale stallion will
stand thia season on my farm, 24 miles
.1. r Tjnool.nr". Anril 1. 1890. Sea-
UOrfcU U. .Msrvww'Oi . '
son, tiu.; ms. fio.
Nevada county, Cal., quartz mine
The Farm Record, which has been
published at Pendleton several weeks,
has anspcnded publication, in us
dirtorv the editor Eays he is sorry he
can't kick himself.
The people's party will hold a dele
: . .1.1. mirt Iwn.qn Vri-
r " ....u a thinz in apple plo onler soon. A very
day, tuo nuiaiiua.. .,-... GnterDriB0 will
be swings for the young folks, lawn ten
nis and croquoi grounds and other at
tractions, besides a superb track for
wheelists, "T. K." is sparing no painu
to make these crounds a sourco of de-
ltisht for all pleasure seekers. Mr. Niece,
the incomparable candy man. will be
Lec Bolton, of Hfteen-Milc, Urougin 1 there with, hia refreshment stands to
to The Dalles Saturday a curiosity in Lweeten the lads and lawea aud lend zest
the shape of a double-headed calf, lwrn lo tjie joya 0 inocent outdoor sports
.lpnd on his ranch, ihe heads were
perfect, and were attached to a normal County Indebtedness.
body. Tho outalandiug warrants Oct. l, law
tw i.MrMara who broke into a China- was 1 10.851. SO. Actual indebtedneaa
Daily Health Laws
Don't eat so rapidly.
Sit on a chair and be quiet after eating
Your stomach is not a coal bin.
When you feel uncomfortable after
eating you haye eaten too much, and you
t 1 t t. ,.1.1,-. Co. ntt villa
. neei! jov o eneuuia tutwaiiH. ... , ,- . f.
l"uu ' " . .. . . n m nnrr irnrt mikin; readv for
If you suffer from rheumatism watcu iv" ' - -
.... hI.ppI. Don't cet between them ; if
damp, dry them.
Cure'your rheumatism with Joy's Veg
Keep tliea out of your house ; they are
Wear flannel undergarments.
Keep your feet warm ; your head cool
lowing the golden opportunity to elude
Two years ago some effort was made
and a tolerable good road was built a few
miles east from Oakland and then the
work was suspended and this much
needed road is in statu quo. To com
plete this enterprise and make what has
been expended available the work should
be taken up and prosecuted to comple
tion with all possible haste as soon aa
tbe weather will permit.
The snow now on tbe mountains of
mnrsp prevents work on the route, but
tive ooerationa when the snow goes off,
ought to be inaugurated immediately.
We trust our business men will look
after this matter and get a move on
Deafness Cannot be Cured
local applications, as they cannot
will meet in conference at 8 o'clock p.m.
Thursday, April 10th.
Tbe social to have been given by tho
Young People's Society of the Baptist
rlmrch.at Marks' hall, on Apia iiu,
baa been postponed until 1-nday, April
24th, on account ol other attractions.
J. C. A IKES.
' The tax roll of Douglaa county for
1895 iB now in my handa ior conecuou
and is now duo and payable at my o m-u,
ceneral elections. This may ba true so
far as the ower of the courts to prose
cute for a violation thereof is cuncerned,
but the necessity for such a law
was never more clearly demon
strated, than at the democratic pnina-
uiaries at Roseburg. It remains to no
seen whether or not tho decent law-
abiding democrats or- Douglaa county
will by their votes approyo such an out-
rago, and I am of tho opinion lhat they
will not. -
houEO in Oakland and appropriated some to date 1 10,03.5.52
i:ia oi.niipln. and another house on
U. ..O nn .-. , .... I ... . f
Rice Hill, were arrested at Drain, fn- WK cUumwj time 11 you neeu 0110 01
, :..i. ,,! limniriii. nn lo Roseburg thn followiiie: Window shades, lace
nf.io nicl.t and are now behind the curtains, curtain scrim, creton, ailkaliue
,nra or, in tinware, decoraled tin chamber
t -1 ..... Lnrait mill llllti seta, buckets ; brushes, whisk-brooms
The issue iKjiwucii Hum-
,. . MnrahfiPld has none aiiti-horstf, dustpans, call at the Novelty Store
'Liverine," manufactured by the An
chor S Chemical Jo tho great uyer,
Kidney and Constipation euro. An in
falliblo remedy for all curablo lorms ol
diseases of those organs. Tho greatest
knows remedy for Indigeation. Try it.
For sale at M. F. Rapp'a drug store,
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Awirdevl GoU Medut Midwinter J-ir. Ur. Frantlsto.
bv local applications, as
When your blood is thin you feel cold rcach the diseased portion ot the ear,
in the least change. When your blood There is only one way to cure deamess
is thin take Joy's Vcgetablo Sarsaparilla ; aml that is by constitutional remedies
u will make vour blood red, rich and Deafness is caused by an inflamed con-
thick, dition of the mucous lining of the Eus
Yea. it will do to take Joy's Vegetable tachian Tube, When this tube gets in
1 ... 1
Sarsaparilla now. flamed vou have a rumbling sound or
When you get oil your bicycle after a imperfect hearing, and when it is en
lone warm run, put on a coat. tirelv closed deafness is tho result, and
If vounro going on a trip take Joy's uuless the inflammation can betaken
Veeetablo Sarsaparilla. out this tube restored to its normal con-
Straugo food makes strange stomachs dition, hearing will he destroyed lorever;
Jov'a Vesetablo Sarsaparilla reaches tho nine cases out of ten are caused by cat-
cinmnfi, i-lpnnRPs the stomach, and re 1 nrrh. which is liotluutr but an liitiameu
news the stomach. condition of the mucous surfaces
Tn annetito? Tako Joy'a Vegetable We will ctve One Hundred Dollars for
Sarsaparilla. Keen appetite. any case of Deafness icaused by catarrh)
Accept nothing but the gonuine when that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrl
you ask for Joy's Vegetable baraapanlla Cure, .'-'end for circulars, tree.
1'. J. Ciiunuv .t Uo., Toietto, v
Vor Over l-Uty Vears.
AN UM AND Well-Tuied Kemedy. Mrs
Chas. B. Hood, Broker and Manufac
turer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies
that Dr. King's New Discovery has no
equal as a Cough remedy. J. D. Brown,
proprietor, St. James Hotel, Ft. Wayne,
Ind., testifies that he was cured of a
cough of two years standing, caused by
La Grippe, by Dr. King's New Discovery,
B. F. Merrill, Baldwinsyille, Mass., says
that he has used and recommended it
and never knew it to fail and would
rather have it than any doctor, because
it alwava cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 E.
25th St., Chicago, alwaya keeps it at
hand and haa no fear of Croup, because
it instantly relieves. Free Trials Bottles
at A. C. Marsters' Drug Store.
Mra. S. A. DeVaney is very ill this
If you wish a Columbia bicycle call on
on C. L. Smith. -
M. Wallace ia building a large black
smith shop here.
Misa Lena Smith made a trip to Jasper,
Misa Hattie Smith is now in Glentina
Fred Russell is si ill going to school
here, under Prof. S. A. De" aney.
Hon. C. L. Smith expects to leave thia
part of the country soon, for Coburg.
Easter passed very calmly here in thia
place this time.
Rev. A. H. Sunderman seema to like
to run down ua young people and eome
of the older onea here of late.
Misa Jennie McCann started to Spring
field last week on the railroad velocipede,
but when she got a few miles away she
had to turn back, on account of the wind
blowing ao she could not go against it.
The young people seem to be lost with
out Miss Mae Applegate, especially the
ladies of this place. Wake Ccmtcx.
V!ulow's Soothing Sytup has been used lor
over lllty years by millions ot mothers for their
chlUlrcn while teething, with perfect success
It soothes the child, soltcus the kuui', allays all
vain, cures wluil colic, aud Is the best remedy
for Dhirrluen. Is pleasaut to the taste. Solil by
ilriiRSists in every vnrt ot l,lc world. Twenty
ilvp cents ti bottle. II" value H incalculable.
lie Mire ami ak for Jin. inflow's nothhiR
Syruv, ami take no other kind.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Familv PiHa are tho best.
Now is the time to subscribe.
Tin. liii raft cradle at C003 bay was
sold at public auction last weeK, aud waa
bid in by some one in the interest of
Raines & Robertson, the raftmen. It
may he thnt another raft will Iro floated
there in tho noar future.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
C. F. Cathcabt, Bucrili.