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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1896)
From Tuesday's Dully.
G. W. Peters of Oakland is a guest at
C. P. Barnard of Deer Creek is regist
ered at the McCiallen.
D. Morgan and 1 Deuuing of Looking
Glass are at tho McCiallen.
James and Frank Conn of Melroso aro
registered at tho McCiallen.
II. W. Marshall of Lookiu? Glass is
registered at the Van llouten.
Mr. and Mr?. A. V. Stanton of Brcck-
vray are guests today at the McCiallen
J. M. Ilutson, A. S. Chanoy aud K
B. Henry of Myrtle Creek aro registered
at tho Nan llouten.
At the bowling alley last night Miss
K08O Bnshey was the acknowledged
cuarapion of the game denominated
"cocked hat," haying made the score cf
21 in five games.
R. V. Mitchell of Portland was in the
city yesterday on business at iho land
office, examining land records concern
in diagrams of wiihdrawaU of huds for
wagon roads in this land district.
The bowling alley, corner of Main and
Washington streets, is now tho ceuier of
attraction. It has been furnished
and equipped in good ttyle and in conse
quence is crowded afternoon and eve
ning. The ladies evince great interest
and are making good bouhra.
Asher Marks ou first teeing a sanip'e
of the ballots to bo yo!c J ia June pre
dicted a great democratic victory. The
reason he gave was that ihe tickets were
co arrange ! as to allow democrats who
could cot write to make their mark.
Under this system all democrats can
vote and there wiil be a great victory.
Col. K. V. Mitchell, laie adjutant gen
eral of the state, well known as Colonel
Bob, paid our city a flying visit oa Mon
day. Ho was cordially received by his
brother Elks. Brother Mitchell was the
Exalted Ruler of the Portland Lodge of
fclks last year, and h the author cf the
memorial service which will bo pre
sented by the Elks oa Saturday here.
Robert Cochran of Looking tJlasa met
with a serious accident yesterday after
noon by being thrown from his horse,
sustaining a severe concussion that ha;
rendered hrm unconscious up to this
morning when Dr. Bradley left. It ap
pears he was raceing his horse in com
pany with two others when they ran into
a band of tJieep His Lorse stumbled
over the sheep and threw him. He
trred to rise when youns Denning'a
horse run over him, and, it is thought.
the bene struck hiji with one of his
feet on the head over the right eye. The
doctor will return to see him this even
ing when a further disgnosis will deter
mine the full extent of the injury.
Act of Lawlessness.
Astokia, May '21. Two non-union
men engaged ia fishing near Oik Point
were set upon by a nnmlwr cf members
of the Columbia River Fisherman's Pro
tective Union today, and were stverly
handled, their boats being sma? hed and
turned adrift, their nets cut, and the
men themselves left oa a rockey point
jutting ont into the river, from which
they could not eicape unless assisted by
persons passing down the river.
Just aj darkness set in about 200
nmon men congregated near Eureka,
with the evident intention ci committing
some act of hostility, either toward the
canners in that Ticinity or toward noa
it is known thai the steamer Alarm.
used as a caimery tender for thf Cook
.Packing Company, is near Oak Point
with 20 tons of salmon on board, and it
is thought the fish may be seized and
From hints dropped by fishermen, it
is now absolutely certain that Searcy
w not the only fisherman killed in the
recent melee a few miles above this city
It ifl believed that at least one of the at
taching party was killed and several
wounded. Searcy's partner, Jewell, who
escaped with slight injuries, states that
when he fired his bhot-gun, more than
one man dropped, and that Searcv
shot in the forehead as he was reloading
nia gun. fcearcy and Jewell bad no
weapons save shot-runs leaded with
buckshot, while the attacking party was
armed with rifles.
nisiflouzbtthattbeend ia not rpt
and that unless a compromhe is quickly
effected between the canners and fisher
men encountera of a more eeriou3 nature
1U uiuccra or ine usnerinen B union
express deep regret that bloodshed
should reenlt from the strike, but, of
coarse, are unable to prevent individual
membere from committing lawless acts.
Final examination for term ondiog
amy 22, IS9G, resulted as follows:
A Class Rauk one, Natalie Wollon
berg average 05. Others obovo S3, in or
der of their rank, Lillian Wollenborg 97,
ueiia Krown 9o, Edith Wilson 91, Daisy
v rater 93, Elva Wimbcrly 92.
B Class Rauk one, Irving Gibson,
average 9s. Others abovo S3. In order
ot rank, Annie Perkins 90, Clive Willis
92, Lena Ilodson 92, Dalo Strange 91,
Gillis Wcodward 89, Sylvia Blackmail
S7, Nettie Livingston 87.
Skvkxtii Gkaok, Iula Bradley, teacher.
A Class Rank one, Julian Josephson
average 93. Others above S3, in order of
rank, Era Howard, Maude Slephene,
iiiomds .McCarthy, Reine Blackman,
Vernon Patterson, Georgo Wilcox,
Daisy Perkins, Earl Benedick, Silvia
Stearns, Bessie Wharton, Edwin McKen
zie, Mildred Lander, Georco Richaids.
Eber Wright, Flossie Shambrook. John
B Class. Rank 0110, Grace Shupe, av
erage E0. Above S5 in order of rauk
bertha Merril, Grai-c Ganger. Lutio
Slirr Plinrl.ta PII..I. f,...l lv ir
Sixth Grade, Lena Willis, teacher.
A Class. Rank ouc, Xora Jone3, av
erae US. Above S3 in order of rank
Willie Kennedy, Frank McKenzie
Charles Statford, Lillian Stanton, Clyde
taulkner, Hattie I.inser. Eilio Collins
Dsvight Berry, Bessie Wilssu. Kate Full
erton, John Boyd, Beruice Sage. Lillie
Critescr, Mary Schnuersteio, Ora Mur
phy, Kay Bellows. Claro Oodfrev, Lena
Thornton, Agnes Pitchford.
I Ciass. Rank one, Hazel Burger,
average 9, . Above S2 in order of rauk-
John Rapp, Mable Yates, Addio S.icry,
on Lasey, Clurles Harmon, (iertie
Ratt, Ida .Montague, Lula Cloyd.
Firm Giuke, Mrs. Wilson, teacher.
A I lasj Rank one, Bessie Kidder,
aeragew. .uove So m order of xank
ilaiily Howard, Alice Maha, Benuie
Mnitli, Djxtcr Joaes, Nannie Page,
Birdie Slocnm, Delie Smith, Fred
Brown, Bertha Este. Jesse Wilson,
Minnie McCcrdy, Fred Wollenbeig,
Mamie McCurdy. Gertie Sheridan.
Eddie Buick, Harel Jewett, Vivian Jew-
ett, Ora Moore, Anna Wharton, Ruth
Keiley, Bertha Sehibrede Walter Telles,
Josi. Hollis, Leo Sheridan, Alice Living
stone, Oa McNamee.
1 C'las Rank one. Karl l-m.tMr
average 97. Above S3 in order of rank,
Hilda King, Mrod Grooms, Ida Page,
Jennie London, Joe Fanjuar, Vera By
ars, Delia Moore.
Focirni Gradk, Mrs. Richards, Teacher.
A Ciisj. Rank one, Milton Brooks,
average US. Above S3 ia order cf rank.
Aces Grooms, Gortie Mojre, Kddic
Morris, Hattie Johnson, Alva Brnndidge,
Ettie Parker, Milo Atttbury, MaWl Van
Zi'e, Walter Joseplison, Hattie Telles,
Jessie Bowen, Clarearo Mnrphy, Laura
Mullen, Maggie Carlon, Oliver Poket,
Reece Wright, Ktbel Lpwis, Eirle
Fletcher, Carl Johnson, Ambrose Black-
B Class. Rank one. Frank IVe-
Tcstin, average 99. Above S3 in order of
rank, Earle Erle Fickle. Lyle Croxtou.
irancta fcimmoas, Jesse Flook, Florence 1
To tho voters and taxpayers of Doug
las county, Sirs: As wo are nominated
for legislativo honors by tho nconlo's
party, it is a pleasure as well as a duty to
lot tho voters know how wo stand rela
tive to tho issues directly effecting your
intorest. If elected wo plodgo ourselves
to work for tho following measures:
1. Freo coinago of silver at tho ratio
of 10 to 1, tho constitutional money and
tho raouoy of our fathers.
2. Wo will support only a silver can
didate for . S. Senator.
:. We will work for tho ro-cnactinent
f tho mortgngo tax law under exemption
from tax of honest indebtedness whore a
corresotHling credit is shown.
1. United States senators by direct
yote of people.
6. Initiative and referendum making
tho pcoplo independent masters of tho
legislature and tho legislature n depend-
ent servant of tho peoplo.
0 Abolishment of Oreiron National
Guard costing $30,000, and railroad com
mission 23,000 to the taxpayers yearly.
Several other commissions should bo
abolished. We think that oar friends
will agreo w ith us when we say that tho
employing ono hundred and eighty clorks
to do tho work of thirty is an outrage on
the peoplo and a disgrace to tho etato of
Oregon. This outrageous extravagance
must be paid with 40-cent wheat, C-cent
wool aud ;: cent prunes.
We recognize tho ereat combina
tions of capital that aro here; they are a
normal form of business enterprise of the
day. They have great advantages that
can effect great benefits for society. So-1
ciety, therefore, ought not to destroy i
them. Rut as they have also irreat !
power lor evil that threatens society, we !
should be wise enough aud manly enough
to control them. Therefore, since onr
railroad corporations own one-sixth of
the entire property of the country, it is
suggestive that wo act quickly along the
lino of reform. Respectfully,
C. S. Jackson,
J. F. Gazixy, Jii.,
At Oakland, T. L. Graves is authorized
to receive and receipt for subecriotion t6
M. L. OMSTEAD,
W. II. SPAW,
M. I). HARE,
For Congressman 1st District.
For Supremo Judge,
For District Attorney, 2d District,
J. M. UPTON.
For Member Board of Equalization,
Douglas County Ticket.
For State Senator,
J. F. GAZLfiY, Jii,
C. S. JACKSON,
H. P. BROOKHART.
F. A. McCALL.
F. G. HATFIELD.
A. B. C. WHIPPLE.
For School Superintendent,
J. I. CRITESCR.
To The Public.
The undersigned having taken charge
of Dr. Strange's dental rooms in the
Wilson fc Taylor block, is prepared
to do first class work of the latest im
Dk. R. W. Renjajiix.
Lumber for Sale or Trade.
If you have dry cows or heifers jcu
want to trade for lumber, or if you
want to buy a bill of any kind of fir
lumber, you will do well to address
P. O. box 123, Drain, Oregon.
The highest claim for other
tobaccos is ' Just as
good as Durham '
Kvery oil smoker
knows there is nue just
as ootl as
A Storm at Chicago.
Chicago, JIay-25. In the suburbs of
tOison Park, Irving Park, Norwood Park
ana ivauswool, nearly a score of build
ings, two of thism churches, were demo!-
lened, and hujdreds of shads trees were
uprooted in this morning's storm. The
rainfall amounted to a cloudburst, the
the precipitation, being according to the
weamer bureau, 1.45 inches in 10 min
utee, breaking all previous local records
Report of Sylmon School, District 1 11
for month ending May 22, 1S90.
Those averaging 90 and above in ex
3Iinnie Stacy, 91; Alfred Cloak 91;
Lelia Allen, 93; Cora Cloak, 91; La
Verne Stockwell, 91; Lucy Drolling,
Neither absent or tardy: Mary Cloak,
uora Uoak, Hattie Drollingcr, Allie
Drollinger, Minnio Stacy, James Stacy,
John Cole, Warren Mitbley, and La
No. enrolled, 23. No. belonging, 'X.
Average attendanco for month, 21
Sauaii Noaii, Teacher,
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
suocrlor to all others.
tmmons, Milea Fielev. Beanie Lohr
Mar Hanan, Ralph Kearney, (iay Lee
Ralph Petreqtiia, Guy Brnndage, Em
ma ihlbrede, Paul Aobin, Artie M
Third Gum, Mrs. BroHii, leather.
A Class Ranc one, Oscar Stratford
average 95. Above tW. in order of rant.
Maude Cannon. Mamie Iavenport, Earl
Mrong, era Hayn. Floyd Bcgees
Harvey Gnm'h?, Ambler Allison. Wil
bur Faulkner, WdlieMorun, Ettie Case,
Edy the Cardwell, Bessie Schaeffer, Anna
uume. Daisy rrecman, Percy Pearson,
lauhce Thomp'on, Lena McCurdy
uenry tastoa, Hertha mith. Ada .Mur
BClasi Rank one, Frank Chapman
average 9a, Above S3, in order of rank,
t-ooaey Intbank, Ellen Flook. Lillie
Smith, Edwin Thornton, Ida Worthing
ton, ttrsce Uorthineton. Delos Matt
hews, Charles Grooms, James Poket
uzzie ates, Linnic McBee. Georgo
Second GaAne, Sarah Wirnberly teacher
A class Rank one, Jay Woodruff.
average 9,. Above S3, in order of rank
l'olly Jackson, Agnes Scott. Berrln
fciepnens, .vica Sheridan, Graco Hew
itt, 3Iamie French. Mabel
James Crawford, Ralph Wollenberg
Sy.vester Webber. John Doodv. Jamp
taston, 1v1an Cardwell. Ethel Sheri
dan, Laura Davenport, Jlorlon Hadlev
alay Moore, Roy Pikington, Leo Lou
aon, Thomas Carlon. Allwr f:r..if,,.
u.-on uoitas, Hoe Schaeffer, Frank
B?rry, Roy Jliltoa, lx)uis Parker
1 Class Rank one, Edith Patterson
averacc9'. Abje 33 in order of mnt
Mary McCarthy, Vivian Jackson. Mvrtln
ioggess, l:aye Carroll, Alice Hume
Vivian French, Minnie McCulloch. Gus
sie Stratford, Maud Laugh, Maud Clem
ents, Walter Wylio.
Fiust Gkaue, Lizzie Parrolt, teacher.
A class Rank one, Merta Hales, av
erage 9j. Abayo S3, in order of rank
Richard iilvin, Eugsne Jewett. Waltnr
Usher, Hattie Milton, Ruth Gibson
Olenn Willis, May LauL'Ii. Wnvlnn.i
Carpenter, Harold Carpy, Luther Judy
tred Critescr, Frank Wilson. Stanley
. , ' J
arpy, ttuel banderp, Leo .MLCanknv
LyloGicy, Jack Wharton, John Gcnger.
Elza Grooms, Dora Copshall, John Rast,
Raymond Oleson. Hatlio Barker. I'roil
Croxton, Ilattio Van Zile.
B Class Rank one Rov Btilck aver
age 9J. AbovoS3, in order of rank, Bon
nie McNamee, John Scott, Delia Mc
Carthy, Arllc Genzcr, Dixie Judv.
James Fletcher, Luther Page. Hubert
DuGas, Harlan McCurdy.
F. B. Hajiu.v, Prin.
-1 j- .
uu w..t 1 m one cc-" 1
C2Cll tWOt ,trtC 'l 1 .,
lh:y a lzg of this c-1
COarnia nh.rli -is t,-t
of valiu Is j-resent- ..ad how
to get the.
K. ilcNKILL, Itrccivcr.
T THE EAST
Gives the Choice ot
Low Kales to all Kitsltin Cities.
Steamers Ieve Ainsuurlh ilocfc, I'ortland.at b
P.W., every five day. Cal-in. J.5.00, steerage,
Fur full details call on or addres
v. c. ioriDOr,
Agent, Ilolurb-, Oregon, or address
V. IX. HUJtLBUJtT,
Ui-mral I'asfvngcrAtnt, l'orlland, Oregon.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Soutiiei'ii Paciiic Co.
2P truini leare rortUnd daily.
8ou:h J Xonh
:lor. v. I Lv. - l'ortlnJ - Ar. I b:10 A. M
25 i. X. i I t . Hwhitra . Ix ll'inp v
:I4 A. K. I Ar. - San Franclwo Lv. 6:00 r. JJ.
.Ahnn tMin. f ..n a 1...., iin.iiIn,i r
city, Hoodbuni, Salem, Turner, Marion, Jeffer-
m. AIMOT. AIIjUDT Jnn.-Ilnn. Tnri.nt
aneuof, na;M.j. nrnburB, Junction City,
Irrinx. Eocne, Creswell, Drain. anJ all ttationi
iuiuuii mj .iuiduu inclusive
Kuocbur? .Tlnll Duily.
SiOr. . ! Ar.
Ar. I l r. x
Lv. 1 e.-io a. .
B iSr V
.Kalcm I'xissctiKcr Dally.
10:15 a. a.
i-tO A. M.
1 DtSISK CABS o. ik;iih ItOlTTE.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
si-.co.sn-ciivN .si.i:ni'i.x; cms
AiUcbid ;.) ail Through Trains.
West Side Division.
Itctiveen l'ortlnml nml Corraili
Mali train lJ!r except Sunday;.
At Aita:ir and Comalllf connect with trains
Eprc5s!xln dairy .cscept Sunday1.
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TaSr.x.iAr. MRMlavWc l.v. ) s:M a', x
Thrniigh Ticket to all l'olais in
tho ICaitern stntc-.. raunda nuI
Iltirojie can be obtrUucd at low
est tjuc troui c-corgc ntcv Agcut
P. KOEHLER. " E. 1 ROGERS,
Manaser. As,:. U. F. & Pass. Agca
H. T. BLUMB,
The City Meat Market,
ARKER & 00,
Atd Dealer m
PRIME BACON, HAMS, LARD,
AND FRESH .MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
Orders taken and Delivered Free
io any pan oi ice City.
A pial bnsd jfuaidulWr.lJ Tea. Oa
I baviBg a :ge k!e Si stjlca
Glass and Delf Ware
at aetonlihin; low pn:ea. Our own
Iuru .pa are very pofnlar.
his is the Place
A full aud complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
and sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry "the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.
New York Cash Store,
32G and 32S Jackson St.
I aLEaMDER & OTROfl'
Bet. Oak and Washington.
TAfnT T PHPET? Largest and East Assortment eTCr
MMiiL. JL 1 ill Jwl L bronsht to Southern Oregon, aad
h a boh 9H0HOBSB0B0B
A Larse and Elcsaat Line of
We call the attention of our
friends to our beauti
ful stock of
Our Stock is
Unexcelled by Any House
South of Portland.
Bed Room Sets
Parlor and Dining Chairs
Rugs and Carpets
And all Household
NO TROUBLE TO
ALEXANDER 5 STRONG
H, 0. STANTON A SQUARE DEAL-
uu)ust reeelTcc j now -intl extensive stock o
DRY ; GOODS
NEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED.
Ladies' I)res Goods, Kibbons, TrimniiBRS,
I-aces, i(c, Etc.
ALSO A 11NE STOCK OF
Of tba beat tjualuy anJ flaith.
Wood, Willow ami Glass Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc,
IAlD'j an liin 1 In lare quantitioH and at r'icea to
Jult tho times. Also a Urge toci of
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powde
-reU'i Fair Highest ftUJalund Dlclom.
BOWEIM & ESTABROOK,
Stephen Street, between Oak and Cass,
.Macltluc won. n HpcclaUy UOB. OK.
Which ia offered at cost price.
nelect stocx of
A full and
2 3 4
1 I ' I ' I
10 11 12
OunntantlyonlianJ. Also t tie
LATEST X0VKLTIKS IN 5TAT10.NKU
General 1 agent fur every variety ol subscription
biioka and penodicala imuliMieJ in lh lTnif.i
Is what we give to every cus
tomer, for we believe the best
advertisement possible is a cus
tomer pleased with what we
have sold them, they will come
again and again, and their friends
will come too.
We are not here for a day
or for a month.
We are Here to Staj
ii i "'n. iCr?m3 wi"llin,: rea,,i,ir uiatter of any
-- "... w .w kiu uiu u can.