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THE PLA1NDEALEE BRlEF MGNT10N-
APRIL 23, 1S96.
ii s. Department of Agriculture
Kosiecfo, Ore., April 22, 1N50.
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Bikoxctkr p. w. 1'aclUc time-
jilalmuta temperature -IS.
r. la fill tor Uic 21 hour ending S p. ra
"Tbtal rainfall since lit ot month, 3.1$
Average rainfall tor thl month lor IS years.
1Ul raiutall Iron Sept. 1, lSKs to vHta. 33.C.
Attracts ralnfau Irom tcpt. 1, to uale.S0.21.
lrvnmQlutcJ eicesjf from Sept. 1, ISM, to
XTtracc precipitation lor 1 wet (casoas.
Th weather flats ilbvlared represent the
toreeut arpljlns to the 21 hoan cndlnj ats
m. to-raorrotr. tit more than ono kind ot
weather lirircdicteu tor that period, tho condl
Uoni first oameJ tn the forecast will be repre
trnleJ ky the uppermost weather fias.) .V
white Indicates clear or I air weather;
bice cae, rain or snow. The fias ot which the
epperhaU Is white and tho lower halt blue,
local rain or snow. A black triangular pen
nant indicate the temperature and when dlv
plavfd aborc a weather flas Indicate warmer,
and when dlilajvl below, cooler, The tem
perature Eas U never displayed alone. Iti ab
sence indicates stationary temperature. The
ctdd ware Ca;, white with black sqnare In the
center, when displayed oa the raciflc coast, lu
Taos. Gibson. Obterrt;
PoaTtaND, Or., April 23. 1SX; a a. m.
Weather toncast tor the next SS hours, tor
tnuton aad TiclnltT:
TonlfM anl Friday, oxaslosal rain,
Pascc Local Forecast OSeial.
A Salxman. the reliable jeweler.
J. T. Bryan, the Busy Watchmaker.
Caro Eros, are the boss merchants.
Go to the Roseleal lor the best cigar,
Go to A. C. Martters & Co. for school
County claims and warrants bought by
D. S. West.
Spring goods now arriving at Brook's
1 s. West does insurance. Office
opposite tho poet office.
For Sale. Old papers, at this office,
it 25 cents per hundred.
ilunyon's Hotacepathie Remedies for
tale at M inters' Drag 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 street.
Mnnvon'a Homeonathic Remedies at
A. C. Marsters & Co.'s drug store.
Bring roar docks and watches to Slow
Jerry the reliable jeweler tor repairs.
Myrtle Creek Sour, only SO cents per
tack. Delivered free. A. C. Hour.
H yoo. don't want to pay other peoples
debts, trade at the one Price Cash Store.
Every dozen cabinet photos taken at
the Smith Studio, entitles you to a num
ber on a ladies' wheel.
Tho ruiustrela next Monday night.
Sociable nt Mark's halt Frldav nkdit
by tho Baptist young people.
Foil sale A good 21 pouud saddle for
To bo seen at J. F. Uarkot'a gro-
Satuiday, April tho 23th is i-ositivulv
the last day you can consult Dr. Lowe
about your eyes.
Don't fail to attend tho grand Mav
day ball givon by Kosebur Lodge, No,
S2G, B. P. 0. Elks.
Alako it n poiut to see that your blood
is purified, enriched nnd vitalized at this
season with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Prof. T. K. Richord8on will intrcduco
the famous Two-step and tho Polka Dot
walls at tho Elks' May Day ball.
X l 1 1 t .1 ....
Aivariy nu oi uie itoseimrg tsius re
turned from Salem on yesterday's local
and report having had a splendid time
Hon. G. W. Riddle of Glenbrook ia in
tho city today. The judge is preparing
to enter, the canvas with the purposo of
winning the race.
H. W. Dunham of Marskfield is in the
city today. Ho came on tho steamer
Farley Owens via Yanuina, thence by
rail here. Mr. Dunham is ono of tho
prominent citizens of Coos county as one
of her leading business men.
Tho W. 0. T. U. will meet on Thurs
day evening, tho 23d, at tho resi
dence of Judge Stearns. Subject
for the evening, "Capital and Labor,"
All are invited to attend theuieating.
Mns. I. Van Oboei:,
J. D. Hamilton has established a col
lection agency in the same rooms with
Clark & Miller on Jackson Street. Mr,
Hamilton is a genial gentleman, and
will collect for you so agreeably that you
will not realize it till he gives you a
A nice and respectable young gentle
man wantc ladies' correspondence. La
dies please write and give your ago in
first letter and you will get a prompt re
ply. Wilt give particulars in Cist letter,
Write and you will not be displeased
Addret?, 101, Comstcck, Oregon.
Dr. C. O. Brown of the Congregational
church of Oakland, Cal., is losing
friends. Hie investigation has shown
that he is no better than is required by
the ten commandments. He and Mrs
Davidson make a team that seems
pall mite evenly on the moral line?
H. S. Drake, freizbt conductor on the
S. P., received a dispatch from Spokan
list night, stating that his brother, G.
W., better known in Roseburg as
"Mike," had been seriously injured while
switching in the yards at that place. II .
S. left tor Spokane on last night's No.
Will the Review turn the poteut rays
of the K. P. A. democracy upon the dem
ocratic state platform, and explain the
contradictions thereof? One plank of
that document declares for free silver
while another endorses Cleveland's
Wall Street administration. Oh: coa-
flnod socluty, will bo nmnuored among
thoso that wore and aro not.
Front Wednesday'! Dally.
L. S. Shipley of Yoncnlla is in tho city
0. E. Lockwood of Cuttago Grove is in
Chas, E. Mullrido of Portland la at tho
W. V. Hardy of Drain is a gucBt nt tho
P. B. Whitnoy of Ashland Is ut tho
J. 0. Truax of Chicago ia stopping at attending to Ma farm.
David Peninger of Jacksonuillo is reg
istered at tho Van Houten.
Capt. Ben D. Boswell of Boswell
Springs is in tho city today.
Dr. Delagoa Interviewed.
Cincinnati, April 21. Tho Commer
cial Gazette's special correspondence
from Mrs. Woodward, doted Havana,
April 15, contains an interview with Dr.
Joso Manuel Delation, tho Atuerican citi
zen who was shot and hacked and left
for dead by Spanish troops on March 4,
whon thov raided tho plantation of
Dolores in Mainoa. Delagoa said ho was
uu American, neutral in this conteet and by Secretary Olney. Au additional re
tooling of unrest, prevails anion; tho
The work of sending troops to tho
fioot, of huilding u mrategie railroad
and of foitif)itiu Akaaheli i being
carried on with admirable pronituo:s
mid machine liku smooth no s.
Chicago, April 22. A special to ihe
Tribune from Washington sas:
It spite of oiliclal denials ut thu state
department, it is now admitted gener
ally that a uoto has been sent to Madrid
ho presontod hla passport as an Ameri
can citizen. General Malgulzo answered
by striking him three times with his
sword. Delogoa and hia seven plowmen
wore tied tozether with ropes and placed
inline. A detail of Spanish troops fired
-Miss Thompson and Miss Davenport of at them by command.
Ashland aro stopping at tho Van Hou
Will Q. Brown, W. A. Webber, M. W.
Coleman and Fred Sandenon of Riddle
are in tho citv.
Sheriil Patterson of Jackson county
was in town a few hoars yesterday on
his return from a trip to Salem.
It commenced to snow at Meacham
Friday evening, and continued through
out tho night. A fall of scvon inches is
reported there, and at Kamela.
Maceo that day had hred tlio Dolores
plantation and retired before tho Span
iih troops. A Spanish captain came to
Delogoa's house with 20 men, and told
tho doctor and his seven field hands to
follow. Delagoa showed his passport as
an Amoricau, and so did his mon. The
captain said ho had nothing to do with
tho matter; ho was simply oboyiog or
ders, but it was his opinion that tho
worst thine they could do would bo to
show that they woro Americans.
Arrivint? at General Maluuizo'a head-
port ia now in circulation to tho effect
that this note was a forerunner of a prop
osition on tho part of tho president that
Cuba should be allowed to purchase her
independence from Spain, and that
Senor Palma, who ia to bo made minister
of tho Cuban government hero as soon
as his country's independence in gained,
suggested this plan to Mr. Cleveland,
telling him it would bo satisfactory to the
Cubans. The Cuban leaders lauh at
tho reports frctn Spain of promised polit
cal reforrars fo the island.
Sailed For Cuba.
Key West, Fla., April 22. Tho
schooner Competitor, commanded by
Alfred Laborde. left this port, about
midnight lost night, with arms and men
for Cuba. Tho schooner carries 50 Cub-
nnn nml AinpnVnriR. Tt IS said to have
ueo. n. .uconnni oi rorttanu, uranu nutters, Delagoa said llioy wero neuirai abroail goo rides, COO revolvers, 500
vceper oi uecorus ana beats, Kniguia oi anj lljen showed their passports. -Mai- m,cIu!lcs .j icq OOO ro
Pythias, is in the city today and will
pay a fraternal visit to Alpha Lodge tonight.
There will be dozens of now dwelling
houses required In Cottago Grovo and
Lemati to accommodate tho great flow of
immigration to South Lane this year,
says the leader.
Mies Effio Willis, an O. A.C. graduate,
was recently elected to a position in tho
high tcLool at Marshfield. Miss Willis
bears the reputation of being one of tho
most successful teachers in the state.
R. A. Graham has been endeavoring to
secure the establishment of a beet-sugar
faatory in Coos county, and the Mail
sajs that there is a fine prospect that
such a factory will be located on Coos
bay or the Coquille.
Harry Watkins says ho would like to
have silver dumped into the United
States. He will take bis fhare of tho
dump, and if any one else don't want
his share, he will take it off their hands,
and be glad to get it.
The stige bound from Crescent City
to Grants Pass was held up I-rtday
morning near Kerby by a masked high
wayman who secured the mail sacks but
lost his grit and tkedaddled before he
had time to rifle them- No clue to the
robber vet Ashland Tidings.
Cadi and examine the new good at
sistency, thou art a jewel.
the Variety store, one block east of the
depot, corner of Pine and I-ne Streets.
Bring your job work to the PiACtDtAi.
es office. We are prepared to do the
cheapest and beat work south of Port-
For choice family groceries, call at the
People's Store, Mrs. G. W. Rapp, pro
prietor, and get your supplies at bedrock
E. Da Gas, Physician and Surgeon,
oEce in Musters' building. Calls in
town aad country promptly answered
eight or day.
Eve raonev and time. To parties
mn7 Vurt. ro br the O. R .& N. short
route. Call on or write to V. C. London,
Call on Slow Jerry and examine his
Seth Thomas docks, watches and gold
bowed eye glasses. Cheaper than ever
offered in this city.
Dr.F. W. Haynes,the dentist, does
allkinds of dental work in a most scien-
HfV manner. His work speaks for it
self. Dental parlors in Mark's building.
Constantly on band at the Beer Hall:
Cheese, Swiss, limberger brick; fish,
spiced herring, sardines, caviar, neu-
naugen. pickled pigs leet, piczieu tongue,
Slow Jerry the jeweler has H carat
filled gold ladies watches now on 3ale.
Prices reduced from 25 to 15, decided
bargains. Don't fail to examine them
before purchasing elsewhere.
Good pasturease for stock at reason
able rate by the month. All stock
taken absolutely anu enuxeij
owner's risk in every particular. For
particulars enquire of C. A, Blackman,
The cheap rates of five dollars cabin
and two-fifty steerage including meals
,nd berth are still in effect on the O. R.
from Portland to
Ca i -v w
Portland every five
Notice is hereby given to the public
by theundereicnedthatl do not allow
a-,, animals to be buried on my prem-
at Roseburg, Oregon, or garbage
j v,rPon or sand or gravel taken
therefrom, unless the party taking Band
or gravel first contract with me for the
wtrtVit tn un do.
TrfiasDassera will be prosecuted ac-
twtnlaw. Aaron Robe,
PMunr. Orezon. 3Iarch 17th, 1895
Hon. W. E. Yates, nominee of the re
publican party for district attorney of
the 2d judicial district, is ia the city to
day. Mr. YaUs is a genial gentleman of
education and culture and an excellent
latrvor of extensive practice, lie uaa
held several prominent positions of
honor and trut in his county. He will
bJ oar next district attorney by the grace
of an intelligent constituency of this dis
...... - , Tribune from Washington sas:
Hon. Harry Walktns, nomtuets lor , .
presidential elector on ttie peoples party
ticket, poVe azaln last night in the
court bac to a small audience. His
line of arsomcnt was free slver coinage,
interspersed with ane ."dotes as a condi-
n,.) in i,m iJililmliH on the dot-
lilC. . , - .
larofourd.vJJi aud denunciations 0fi ue 7"uluc k"u
the okl iwrtirt the two thieves between i
which he is being crucified.
Mr. Watkins is a very
and weaves stories Jinto his speed
Frosa Tazla"s Uiily.
Staltz of Chicago is at the
guizo becamo furious. It as then that
ho struck Delagoa with his machete, ex
claiming, "I will shoot you, just oa I
would thrj consul gentral if he wero
hero." Tho eight wero taken out and
tied together with a rope and placed
against n stone wall. Tho order was to
cut the prisoners down with machetes,
The rooo broko and tho soldiers wero
ordered to fire. At tho first volley De
lacoa fell forward and feigned death
The second volley sent a bullet into his
thich. All the others except one were
The doctor waaleft for dead and lost
consciousness. When ho recovered he
found himself in his dwelling. There
his old father took caio of him. Shortly
afterward Spanish soldiers came search
ing for the two that had escaped. Be
lasoa's father hid him in a cauefield ex
posed to the inclement weather. Mean
time tho old father communicated with
Consul-General Wiliiauis and obtained a
safe conduct to Havana, where Delagoa
now Hps nnder the protection of the
Dr. Delagoa graduated at Columbia
college, New York, and at a medical
college in that city. He was in New
York from 1SC3 to 1877. wheu he left to
tafcn elmrve of the Dolores plantation in
Olney and Bayard.
Anril 21. A special to the
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
machetes and 150,000 rounds of ammu
Tho Competitor proceeded to Sugar
Loaf Key, 25 milea north of here, where
more munitions and arms were taken on
board. It ia said the Cubans waiting
on Sugar Loaf Key have three rapid-fire
fter getting the arms and men at
Sugar Loaf Key, tho Competitor was to
be met by the steam tug George W.
Childs, which had been engaged to tow
the schooner to Cuba. Laborde told hia
friends that the expedition would land
in Pinar del Rio province tonight.
Tho schooner slipped out under the
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nose ot ttie ieveuue-cuuer jiernu.
When it was learned that it carried
aims and men the customs officers or
dered the Merrill to pursue her, but the
schooner had too good a start to be over
taken. Alfred Laborde, who com-
manded the expedition, is a wealthy
Cuban of Tampa.
Cuban leaders here say that as soon
as Jlaceo receives me aminumuuu
carried bv tho Competitor, an attack
will be made on the troops.
Rev. Black Replies.
Editok Plainuealkk : I eeek no con
troversy with the Review, but 1 must be
permitted to correct the falsehood it pub
lished, ignorantly perhaps, in Monday's
issue. Tho Royiew is just as correct in
that editorial as it waa when it said that
Gov. Ray Palmer had given up hia pul
pit to go into the lecture field ; that ho
waa brought hero and imposed on a
Christian public in tho interest of a se
cret organization. But let the following
attest the falsityof tho insinuations in its
editorial columns of Monday. I am an
American, and, a3 such, I have a right to
preach my conyictions, which I will do
to tho best of my ability. Personalities
I shall avoid. I recogonize the princi
ples of religious and civil liberty, and
whoever made the statement that I said
at Cleveland that the Review was owned
by Sheridan and Brothers, told a false
hood as the following will attest :
This ia to certify that I heard Rev. G.
W. Black preach at Cleveland on Friday
nigbt, April 17th, and most positively lie
did not assail the Review, or say that it
was owned by Sheridan & Co. He de
HvpiI n. Ffirmon in favor of the public
schools, and against the appropriation of
Puduc monies lor uetiiirjau yunAjoco.
1 rf,! 1 1 O T1 Inn f W TTotfioM
George Churchill, Wm. Jackson, D. C.
Churchill, F. M. Good, J. K.Toolej, A.
E. Clayton, Ashford Clayton, F. Lewis,
L. Nelson, F. O. Good.
Let the Review say what it may, I
have no other reply to make through the
press to its insinuations and misrepre
Geo. W. Black.
Notice to Stockmen.
My imported Clydesdale stallion will
stand this season on my farm, V miles
north of Roseburg, April 1, J890. Sea-
ti, a.r mil of Douglas county
l95iinowJn my hands for collection
and is now due and payabio at my uiu
C. F. Cathcakt, Sheriff.
II. S. Epperly of Moscow, Idaho, ia at
Tninn nt Vorth Cmtxjua is in
AW w. - a
the city today.
Mis3 Mattie Cole of Ashland is a goes
at the McClallen.
it .T Carman oi Tacousa is registered
at the McClallen.
D. E. Davidson of Kellogg is registered
at the Van Houten
r F,rr.,,.t-nrt!i of Calapooia is in tue
city today on business.
Owen Laswetl of Union Creek ia regis
tered at the McClallen
F. E. Orhttchild of Glen dale is regt
tered at the McClallen.
W.T.Keller of West Fork is regis
tered at the Van Houten.
Capt. G. W. Peters of Oakland came
np last night on the local.
W. E. Baxter and wife of Salem are
stopping at the JlcClallen.
O. F. Trowbridge of Camas Valley is
registered at tho Van Houten.
Mr. Johnson of French settlement was
; ih. ritv vMterdav with hia iamuj ,
U4 V J J -
visiting hia brother, J. L. Johnson.
riintnn Fitzhueh. who has been down
with pneumonia for several months,
are pleased to state has so far recovered
m to be able to be up ana auoui agm"
f:,,l r.f P.akcr City, arrived
CSKKl tUiUMiu - -
W mnrninc on tUO overiuuu,
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tho near approacti oi ins iw
Kav W. Benson of Grants Pass, who
t i ,-or nn iin wav home from 1 ort-
land to visit hia uncle, Frank ben
son of this city, went on una mornmg ou
At last the "Philosopher's Stone" has
been found. It is claimed that tho X
rays have been utilized to chango base
metal into gold. Wo expect that ccon
the "elixir ot life" will be evolved from
these wonderful X rays.
Tim funeral of Mrs. K. A. Watson was
inrrMv attended today by hcrold neigh-
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bors and acquaintances as a iokcii j. u;
i,;i, Pt..fm in which slio waa nciu iy
them. Her remaina were given burial
in tho Masonic cemetery. So passes
away the eld pioneers of Douglas county
and not many years hence tho last one
1io nettled in Douglas and took part in
redeeming it from u cheerless wilderness
i ..,i.infr it :i lit habitation for re
There has been bertouj friction be
town Screlarv Olnev and Ambassador
Dayard on the Venezuela boundary con
trovcrsy, which now comes to light.
ThL, it is said, is of so gravo a nature
that it has strained the personal relations
iiuiuMn iIik inn. Atnbaesador Davard
i held that the Monroe doctrine did not
' apply to the Venezuela boundary dispute,
, . ,. ' and Secretary- Olney's attempt to give it
V kWU OIUJ tenet . , .
- . ... : ti.t ftiinlir-Aiion was an untenable pos:
o his fpeeol. wim ; .r - --.com.
telling tffect upon hi .urtisans li.ey , roverument in one of
laugh at his suit .t, thank uoa anu re-; dfa lcU Ml fortb
jolc with borsteroa, pPIan. LhX.lnr Havard' opinion that Sec-
evades the gi,t ef the mailer by present- - .j
n a soil of dictum manner i ... . , .,
c ,. K ini.. J-., was based on un-
and ridicclin,- the opinion. Ills slo- .t ., .
riea are rather forced ,n the, apphca-. states would
lion to the matter he assumes to discuss. " .... . , m far M
. 1 IIICllLHUIt I.IT 1U1 1.4. Va J afwa -
tue weac Kneesj .. ,
and spinal columns
tint ne IS Stluenmg op uie -". i n, Vnnroo doctrine
d columns o. tho silyerites Jl ""-J-" "-. concerncJ
the same, and the patty wm prooamy . .
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Home Rule Will Be Spurned.
Tami-a, Ha , April 22. The dispatches
announcing that uuoa win get uomo
rule, are received with scorn by the Co-
ban colony here. Colonel Fernando
Figarero, the Cuban delegate to Florida,
"should Srjin ever proffer us home
rnlc it will be spurned. As long as Cu
bans liye they will fight for liberty. Ab
solute independence ia what we want;
"Campoe promised us home rule in
IS70, but it was never granted. We aro
not to be bluffed again.
"What they now offer is tte law pro
posed by Alburzuza, the minister of col
onies, in March, 1S93, and accepted by
the cortes, but never put into effect.
"This measure wa3 suggested by the
startling capture of the Lagonda, Amadis
and Barawa, at Fernandino, loaded with
munitions of war for Cuba. Spain has
been loath to concede that much to us,
but now thinks it is tho only redeeming
"If Ibsy have our forces in Cuba so
scattered, bawildered and surrounded,
w by are they bo eager to grant any such
Populism and Free Silver.
Mr. Harrv Watkins of McMinnville,
one of the electors on the people's party
ticket for presidential elector, spoke on
the political issues now befoie the people,
in the court house last night to a toler
able fair sized audience. Mr. Watkins
is a very good stump speaker.
He confined himself chiefly to a dis
cussion ol tne iree coinage vi smcv
question. He attributed all our finan
cial trouble to the alleged demonetiza
tion of silver in 1S73.
Open the mints, he said, to the free
ami unlimited coinazu of silver the
same as of gold and all the depression of
business would vanish. He said all the
difficulty is the result of unjust legisla
tion in the interest of the "goldbngs."
Here he treated hia audience to a joke
Mrs. E. A. Watson waa born near
Central Lake, New York, March 26, 1818,
and emigrated with her parents while a
child to Iowa, where sho was reared and
educated and married to Jamea Watson.
She, with her husband, crossed the
plains in 1853 and settled on tho East
Umpqua, this county. Here they re
sided till a few years ago. Her compan
ion died in 1874. She still resided on
the old homestead till her youngest
daughter, now Mrs. A. M. Crawford, waa
married. Since then she baa made her
home with her.
Mrs. Watson was tho mother of a largo
family, nine of whom suryive her: lHon
J. F. Watson and ,E. B.Watson, ex su
preme judge of this state, who now reside
in Portland ; ex-Judgo L. D. Watson of
Marshfield, Coos county, Chaa. Watson,
still residing on part of the old home
Btead, John Watson of this city and Rob
ert Watson of Palouse, Wash , and Mrs.
. Hamilton of Roseburg, Mra. J. A.
Floyd of Loa Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. A.
M. Crawford of thia city.
Mra. Watson was an exemplary mem
ber of tho Preabytenan church, waa a
kind mother and waa esteemed by all
who knew her. She waa alao a woman
of marked ability and enstamped her
character upon sons and daughters to
that degree thatlhey have and are hold
ing positions in tho higher walks of
life, aa all know who are acquainted with
the history of Douglas county. All of
which we take pleaanre in referring to in
But the hand of Death, that fell de
stroyer of all life, has laid his blighting
touch upon her and she has gone to her
reward. All that was mortal of Mra E.
A. Watson now rests beneath the sod, -but
her many virtues of head and heart
will long survive her.
Her remaina were given burial in the
Masonic cemetery Tueaday, followed by
a large number of sorrowing frienda and
Stephen Minard, the subject of this
notice, was born at Saratoga, New York,
October 7, 1S2C. At an early day he
went to Riploy, Michigan, and there
married Misa Louisa A. Butler, irom
Michigan he came to Oregon, crossing
on bugs, the point to which was that of the plains in 1S31. and first Eettled in tho
all the buss the led bug, the potato lllamette valley
poll its usual vote, about SO). In Douglas
county. HeEeems'to bo well fitted for
the task assigned bun, by hia genial
manner of story telling which keeps his
audience in the best of humor,
bug, the chintz bug, et. al., the worst
is the gold bug.
The value of money, he said, is deter
mined by the government stamp, the
fiat of ("he nation. He wanted "gold
money, silver money and paper money,"
the more the better. He wanted not
less than $50 per capita. Without the
adjustment of the money question, the
tariff will be a failure. His speech was
in substance what we get from populis
tic literature. He offered nothing new.
He closed his speech by a grand hand
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, aa they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness
and that is bv constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con- quainted with him during th 3 long years
dition of the mucous lining of the Eua- he has been a prominent citizen ot Uoug
From there he came
to Douglas county in the spring of '52
anil has resided in this county contin
uously till the time of his death, which
was the result of an injury he received
on board the steamer Queen on its way
from Portland to San Francisco a few
Mr. Minard was one of the active and
enterprising men of this county, engag
ing in agricultural pursuits not far from
this city, and lulpcd materially to make
Douglas county what it is. Mr. Min
ard's companion passed over but a few
years ago, from the tffects of a runnaway
on the Coast mountain. Mr. Minard was
tho father of six children, five of whom
survive him: Junietta, John Harvey,
Frederick, Zetta, and Lee, Stephen J.
The funeral was largely attended by
friends and neighbors, who were ac-
Married, at the residence of tho bride's
mother, Wednesday evening, April 22,
1S9S, Stephen Willis and Misa Snow
Autenrietb, both of Roseburg, ltev. T.
X. Wilson officiating. The ceremony
was witnessed only by tho relatives of
the contracting parties. Mr. Willis is
a sou of Hon. W. R. Willis, a promi
nent attorney of Roseburg, and Miss
Snow is the daughter of Mrs. Autenrietb
formerly of Jackson County, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis left on a bridal tour
for Portland on the overland soon afler I
the matrimonial ceremony and will be
gone several days. Mr. Wills is an em
ployee of tho S. P. company, anu nas
"taken a layoff" to celebrate mis most
interesting period in a man's life. Tho
I'LAixoEALEit joins, In common witu tne
host ol frienda of these young people, in
wishinc them a happy journey adown
the coming years, as delicious aa the
bridal cake sampled by the Plainpealeb
with considerable detail, and was em
phatic in character. This, it is thought,
explains why Lord Salisbury's reply to
Secretary Olney's noto was almost en
tirely devoted to a refutation of tho lat
i ter's position that the Venezuela bound
ary dispute came within the scope of tho
Monroe doctrine. But for the extremely
belligerent tone of tho president's mess
ace to congress, and had it not been,
the British premier felt that a complica
ted European and Asiatic situation com
pelled moderation on hia part an equally
bellicose rejoinder might have come from
across the water.
"ABthe relations between Secretary
; Olney and Senators blierman anu ixige,
and Chairman Mill, oi tue uousc iuiciSu
affairs committee, are of an intimate na
ture, it ia tho geueral opinion that if tue
secretary had used his mllueuce lie couiu
have headed off tho resolutions passed
tho house censuring Ambassadoi
The time for taking county warrants
for taxes has been extended to April 30.
Alter this date no county warranto will
be taken for taxes. Ono per cent will bo
added to all taxes not paid before May
1st, two per cent added for all tuxes not
paid before Juno lBt, and threo per cent
mlded for all taxea not paid Deioro Juiy
Umpqua Land Exchange.
Clark & Miller, real 3tato agents
have oiHjncd an office in Hamilton a
block next door to the Review office on
Jackson Street, where tliuy will bo
pleased to show all parties desiring
landed properties, their list of choice
lands at hard tune pricca.
The Dongola Expedition.
New YonK, April 11. A dispatch to
the Herald, from Wadj Haifa, bgypt,
Tho course of tho expedition ia pro
gressing quietly, but in a perfectly satis
factory manner. Abdul Azim, a inenuij
sheik, who was dispatched to Murat with
200 Arabs, with orders to scout toward
thoShacgieh country, passed througu
ci.;,.; iotanii nn tn the eout n. llo re
ported that tho inhabitants rejoiced at
the news of tho expedition, but could
not proffer help at present, through tear
of tho dervishes.
Tho mon of tho party ol the Auaueti
tribe, who left Assouan at Easter, to
guard tho line of country betweeu there
nn.l Bird Kaimr. have arrived here.
Thov fctato that the sheiks of tho friendly
t.,i,ou n vnluntecriiiir to assist tho
Eovnliaii government. Dcscitcrs from
the dervishes camo into Akaaheli yea-
terdav. Thoy coulirni tlio previous uuo
of tho dispositions of ihe dervishes.
Dally Health Laws.
Don't eat so rapidly.
Sit ou a chair and bo quiet after eating
Your stomach is not a coal biu.
When you feel uncomfortable after
eating you haye eaten too much, and you
need Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
If you suffer from rheumatism watch
tho sheets. Don't get between them ; if
damp, dry them.
Cure your rheumatism with Joy's Veg
Keep flies out of your house; they are
Wear flannel undergarments.
Keep your feet warm ; your head cool.
When your blood is thin you feel cold
in the least change. When your blood
ia thin take Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla;
it will rnakn vour blood red, rich and
Yes, it will do to take Joy's Vegetable
When you get off your bicycle after a
long warm run, put on a coat.
If you aro going on a trip tako Joy's
Strange food niakea strange stomachs
Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla reaches tho
stomach, cleansea tho stomach, and re
news the stomach.
No appetite? Take Joy 'a Vegetable
Sarsaparilla. Keen appetite.
Accept nothing but the genuine when
you ask for Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla
tachian Tube, When this tube gets in
filmed vou have a rumbling sound or
imierfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed deafness is the result, and
unless tho inflammation can bo taken
out this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by cat
arrh, which is nothing but an inflamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, tree.
F. J. Ciiexev & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's 'Familv Pills are the best.
They Don't Like It.
At Roseburg there is a big hobo camp,
which furnishes a sort oi general head
quarters for the "Weary Willies. They
usually stop there and "rest'' often for
a week at a time in their journeys north
and south. In this camp there is a sign
board posted bearing the following in
scription : "Look out for Eugene ! Bum
town! Reek pile." This probably ex
plains why so few of this degenerated
class of human beings have frequented
our streets of late, and why the few
that do venture to como bore get out of
town so quickly when invited to "move
on" by the police. Eugene Guard.
las County. So ono by one these old
pioneers juss away, leaving their good
ollices behind them coupled with
In Lane County.
Elge-ne, Or., April 20 Tho interest
in mining ia greater than ever beloro in
this county, and on the first sign of fair
weather several prospecting partiea are
preparing to go to tho Bohemia and Bluo
Itiver districts. Probably several hun
dred prospectors will work over the en
tire territory from the Bohemia mines
to the Willamette river, about 15 miles.
Cottage Grove people are raising sub
scriptions and expect to build a road to
the minea so that machinery can be car
ried. At present everything has to bo
taken in by pack animals up a very steep
and hard trail. Iu the Blua River dis
trict development will be pushed on two
or three claims, and several prospector!,
have already gone in.
"Liverine," manufactured by the An
chor S Chemical Co., the great Liyer,
Kidney and Constipation cure. An in
fallible remedy for all curable lorma of
diseases of those organs, the greatest
knows remedy for Indigestion. Try it.
For sale at M. F. Rapp'a drug store,
Lumber for Sale, or Trade.
If you have hay, graiti, bacon, beef
cattle or a good buggy you wish to trade
for lumber, or if you wish to buy a bill of
ftrt i lnns fir or cedar lumber, you will
8avo monoy to call on Orro A. Ani.aui
Uattlc at Omdurinaii.
C.uito. April 21. Dispatches received
today from tho front say there bus been
fierco iiditing at Onulurnian, near
lu'iuhimirtera of Uie
JTWiMs "I m
khalifa. It is said COO of tho khalifa
bodvBiinrd have been killed. A general
Two Lives Saved,
Mrs. Pluebo Thomas, of Junctiou City,
I1U was told by her doctors she had Con
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King'a New
Discovery completely cured her and Bho
says-it saved her life. Mr. Thoa. Eggers,
130 Florida St., San 1-rancisco, sullered
from a droatlful cold, approaching Con
sumption, tried without result every
thing olso then bought ono bottle ot ur.
King'a New Discovery and in two weeus
waa cured. Ho ia naturally thankim.
It is such results, of which those are
samples, that prove the wondertni
oflicacy of thia medicine in Couglia ami
rv,UB. Fmo trial bottles at A. C. Mars
ters Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
AwirJcJ Gold MeJjt Jti dwimer Pair. Ur. Fnnciscc
Keport of Gardintr private school for
month ending April 10, lJJt.
Bank one, Hannah Pyritz, average l5.
Others 00 and above; Mary Criteser,
04.0; Harry Graham 93.G;Roscoe Ricker,
02; Phil Brownoll, 93, Willie Jewett, 93;
Vera Peterson, 92.5; Clark Moore, 93;
Anna Heed, 91 ; Mamie DoUcsta, 90;
James Rasmussen, 92; Alice Bced, 90.
Averaging above SJ; Phil Criteser,
Frank Varreliuaun, Otto Moore, Chas.
Varrelmann, Hilda Brant, Clifford
Hulchius, Walter Gay, Aleda Hanson,
Number enrolled, 27; average attend
ance, 20; deportment good.
Kl'IIO G ADDIS, .
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Qold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powde:
World's Fair Highest Award.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.