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AUGU-sT 6. 1S96.
OUR STANDARD BEARERS.
' For' President.
GARRET A. HOBART.
For Presidential Electors,
T. T. GEER, of Marion County.
S. M. YORAN, of Lane.
K. L. SMITH, of Wasco.
J. F. CAPLES. of Multnomah.
That "crown or lbdrns" is likely, yet,
with pain and anguish to wrinc the brow
of Free-Trader. Bryan.
England bought 11,500,000 worth leS
flour from the. United States during the
first half of this year than in the corres
ponding months of 1S35.
A fusion has been agreed opon in
Iowa, between the democrats and popu
lists. They agree lo divide the electors
between Sewall and Watson.
The election in Alabama last Monday
went democratic as usual. The pops
have carried a fen-counties only. They
have fallen behind since the election two
It protection be "vicious in practice,"
as Mr. Free Trade Bryan save, then to
operate oar factories, to employ Ameri
can labor and to pay wages to Americana
is "vicious ia practice."
Why not reorganize the McKinlej
Republican Club. Our neighbors iut
ether parts of the state axe up and doinc
and organizing for aggressive work: for
. 1 - it k.i . - . . .
the ticket, H call the attention of the
president of this club to this matter -sad
erg- him lo call the club together a'rTd
see what can be done on that line.
Those extempore remarks which
Young Mr. Bryan is preparing to epnng
on the notification committee should be
regular corkers. He has devoted enough
time-acd intellectual energy to their
construction to warrant the prediction
that they -will blnnt his "crown cf
thorns" and bedim his "cross of gold."
When General George B. AlcClellan
was nominated for the presidency by the
democratic party in 1564 he was the
youngest man who had ever been nom
inated for that office. Bryan 13 about
one year younger than McClellan then
was. McCleilan hid, .however, com
manded armies of more than 100,000
men and had won and lost battles.
Ex-Senator John J. Ingl of Kansas
has opened the campaign in support of
MKinleyand Hobart. Though Ingals
his been considered as shaky on repub
licanism for a few years past, and has
been quoted by populists as favorable to
them, Mr. Ingal'e perreiyes his way
clear to choose between rank democracy
and its .ally populism and republican
ism. He sees that with all its faults the
republican party is preferable to this un
It is the protectionist and not the free
trade party that is to bg relied upon for
the gteat majority .of the votes that are
to elect William McKmley and Jay the
latest and, we trust, the last of tho cheap
mcney ghosts that have rieen athwart
tho path of this nation's advance. It is
the protectionist and not the free-trade
policy which can be indicated to voters
as the tonic necessary to restore the de'-j
prefsed vitality of the nation, which'
free-silver quacks seek to stimulate wjth
a deleterious drug. The Press, N. Y.
Mr. McKinley has been called by his
republican friends the advance agent of
prosperity. The prosperity has not
shown itself yet, bnt the fault does not
lie in that quarter. The proceedings of
the Chicago convention were of just the
sort to paralyze business, create disgust
and cause stagnation during the next
four months. Everything in the ma
terial world is favorable to good times,
but there can be no improvement while
the thunder cloud of Bryan and his
populistic anarchistic platform remains
on the horizon. We now have a p3rty
in the field whose avowed purpose is to
cause such suspension. This threat
kills for the time being every buainees
interest in the country. People who
have money will not invest it till they
know the result of the election. Every
body will livo from hand to tnoulh,
and we shall be fortunate if nothing
worse happens than the continuance of
the present stagnation. The Evening
Post, N. Y.
GEN. THORP'S LECTURE.
Gen. T. J. Thorp lectured Tuesday
night at tho Opera House, to a largo
audience on tho subject of "American
ism." Tho general epoko for ono hour
ami tun miuutee, holding his audience
enrapt with his eloquence. Gen. Thorp
was a Eoldio- in tho Federal Army
during tho rebellion, aud was wouuded
three times in battling for tho old Gag,
tho stripes acd start, and now ho is
doing service to maintaiu it and tho
government it represents. Ho claims
this government should be ruled by
Americans, not simply so by birth but
by choice as well. It matteis not, he
said, in what put of tho earth a man
may be bom, if ho is loyal to tho Hag,
the Constitution and laws ot tho United
States, ho is au American, and as such
is entitled to everv right, privilege and
immunity of the loyal native born citi
zen. Such is the "Americanism" he
contends lor, such ho fought lor and
such he will continue to support.
The general did not say it word fur or
against any political party. He did not
in a party sense mention the name o a
political organization, neither did he
mention any religious denominations.
He steered char of politics and religion.
He did not care wLat a man believed or
disbelieved in i elisions matters so lorn;
as he kept his religion off o! tho govern
me nt aud was loyal to the Constitution
and laws of thr country in which he
lives, whether iuonarchial or republi
The General spoke of Russia, England
and France, reviewing in brief their
struggle for liberty and the (towers they
bad lo contend with and their ultimate
triumphs. Ho also t poke of Spain, once
the west enlightened r.atiou of Europe
in the da) s of its glory under Moorish
rule, but now she is one of the weakest
and most benighted nations of Europe;
not more than 10 per cent of her native
born citizens can lead and write their
own language; and why? Because, he
said, their system oi religion is avers6
to popular education. Italy, he said,
one of the mcst enlightened nations in
Europe, the nursery of art, song and oia
tory, is cow lagging behind in the march
of prcgreis. and for a like reason.
He spoke of several military organiza
lions in this country, secretly drilled,
armed and equipped ready at an hour's
notice to take the field for duty. Such
organizations, he said, ciiiDg ihir lo
cations and number?, are under papal
control in this country. These, he said,
the United states authority should causa
to be disbanded for the reason that they
are not authorized by law. lie saki co
such bodies of men shonld be allowed to
exist under auy cccletiaitical control.
whatever, uhelher rapal or antipapal.
They are mimical and dangerous to a
If allowed to exist, they may and
doubtless wzl! multiply ttil acquiring
sufficient nuurerical strength, they could
and tochi W arrayed against the seen
lar power cf the state and in the interest
WitAlteaicriaslical power which con-
: . . . , . . -. . .
trots them, be it what it uoav, turn the
secular power over to that ecclesiasti
clnn,' acd thus unite church and state.
and to subvert our present constitution
and destroy relisiuts ltberlv in these
Rather cloudy the last few days.
William Sanderson and family went to
Com coanty Tuesday to reside.
Mr. Ben Hazev started av team to the
Willamette valley Monday morning,
From there he will go to La Grande.
Mr. Cassius Mynatt. caltni, is visit
ing relatives and his o.U home here now
Canyonville is uing to have a news
paper. We hope it is alright on the
money question. I)j deliver us from a
free silver advocate
Mr. Elzic Logsdon purchased a good
stone for his father's grave. It was
shipped here this week and will be put
IS. t. icuo!s and wile were visiting in
Mr. Cen Blundell's school has closed
at Galesville acd he is home again.
A. Riddle's threshing machine started
up the 4th inst.
Dr. Bogue wa3 called to Glendale the
5th int. to see Grant Levin's family.
Mr. McWilliams, Lewis Ash's partner,
who was so severely injured by a fall
from a grain stack, died Sunday nigh
ana was buried rero 1 uesuay morning,
Rev. Gillette conducted the funeral
Miss Clara Riddle U spsudinz the
week with Mrs. G. K. IJoine.
Mlse Mable VanBuren, of Roseburjr
is "spending- this week at Glenbrcok
Tbq party from Riddle, who went
blackberrying m the canyon last week
A captured 53 gallons of lorries, besides
lish and other game.
G. K. Quinc ent to Hoseburg with
his team Sunday morning, to take eomo
excursionists out to Brewster valley.
Mr. Lett, of Canyonville, attended the
burial here Tuesday.
Mrs. Clou2.l1 and iittle daughter, of
Appledalo farm, and Mrs. Zigler and
niece, Wray Curry, of Rossburg, were
visiting A. Riddle's family Saturday.
Rev. Miller preached two excellent
sermons hero Sunday. Tho Baptist
church has called him for their pastor
for this year.
Somo of our free silverites up this way
dnvo wonderfully fat teams.
Bay inaro, weight about DjO lbs., sad
die mark on baclc and email whito spots
on sides caused from saddle; jaws slightly
swollen from distemper and small sore
underneath, unshod mid in good condi
tion. Please take up and return lo C. B.
Cannon, Roseburg, and be liberally paid
THE DEMOCRATIC BOLT.
Whilst our honest and other demo
cratic friends aro congratulating them
selves on the populists allowing them
selves to become such a convenient cats-
paw at this time to enable them to again
rake in the official chestnuts (so they
think) for another term, we will quietly
ask them to look over tho following list
of papors who always have supported
tho democratic ticket, but are now sol
idly bolting tho whole business:
New York Sun.
" Evening Sun.
" Evening Telegram.
" Evening World.
Rochester Abend Post
Hornellsvillo Evening Tribune.
Cohoes Evening Dispatch,
Lock Haven Democrat.
Chambersburg Valley Spirit.
Holyoke Free Press.
No. Adams Democrat.
New Haven Register.
New Britain Herald.
Jersey City News.
" Sunday Call.
" Deutche Zeitung.
Petersburg Index -Appeal.
Charleston News Jc Courier.
Dallas Morning News.
San Antonio Express.
Savannah Morning News.
Wilmington Every Evening.
St. Paul Globe.
Detroit Free Press.
DISTRICT or COLUMBIA.
I.af i etto Journal.
Now Orleans Picayune.
Biotix City Tribune.
Key West Equator.
La Croseo Chronicle.
Sioux Falls ArguB-Loader.
St. Louis Arheiter.
Kansas City Star.
Zanesville German Post.
F. M. and J. B. Tipton have sold out
to M. Tipton, Sr., and started for Eastern
Oregon last Monday. They will proba
bly settle soraewhoro in tho vicinity o(
Lakeview, Or., where Mrs. Tipton, who
has been sick for somo tune, will test
the curative properties of the Hot
Rafe Dixon was seen .in this vicinity
Mr. Albert Abraham, a rising yotir.g
attorney 01 Portland, was up here on
business last Sunday. Mr. Abraham is
said to bo in the employ of Jap. Dixon.
Through his official organ, the Re
view, alias "America's greatest" better
known as the 'falsifier" etc., wo have
beard from his holiness. Pope Innocent
t. 01 untie. 111s nonsensical rot is un
worthy of any reply. Oh bean-huart,
how childishly ignorant thou art!
J. F.Thoraason, our genial poHroas
ter at (.ilide, will start for Coos county
next Tuesday. He his rented his farm
and sold his business to a Mr. Rhinehart.
Bryan, the free-trader, says that pro
tec t ion is "the most vicious political
principle that has ever cursed this conn
try." et he will shortly bo soliciting
the votes of -ta-o earners who have been
idle, or only partially employeJ, because
of the destruction of protection by Bry-
anues. somo people have a super
abundance of gall.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
uy local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased porlions of the ear
There is only one way to cure deafness
and that is by constitutional remedies
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
diticn of the mucous lining of the Kusta
chian tube. When this tube is inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imnerfect
hearing, and when it is entirely clcsfd
deafness is the resnlt, and unless the in
nammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition
1 nil 1 .
nearin win oe uestroyeu wrever: nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous surfaces.
We wiil giye Ono Hundred Dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh
that cannot be cored by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars; free.
F. J. CHEENEY & CO., Toledo, O,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Roseburgers at Bandon.
G. N. Vose, wife and child, A.J.
lows and wife, R. E. Billows. J. A.
be rt, wife and daughter, L. W. Lee
wife, Mrs. Metzer, Guynette, Guy
Mattie Lee. J. A. Willis and wife, Miss
C. Hume, C. A. Hume, Mrs. Berry,
Dwiht acd FnLk Beiry, Mrs. Snyder,
Harry and Dollie Snyder. Mr. and Mrs.
Everton, Ernest Morian, Gertie Wright,
Mrs. Spaulding, Mrs. Edna Clements,
Maude Clements, B. Brockway, Adolph
Marks, F. W. Benson, wife and chil
dren, D. W. Rhodes, Otto Singleton,
Fred Jones, Fred Wright. Geo. Day,
Lester Wright, J. T. Bryan, wife and
children, Geo. Langenberg, J. M.
Fletcher, wife and children, Mrs. Pat
terson, Walter Patterson, Mrs. M. E.
Stearns, Ray Troxel, Sam Rast and
Charles Pitchford, C. F. Cathcart, Fred
Haynes, Eugene Farrott, Fred Zigler
and Herman Marks.
By the above it will bo perceived Ban
don's population has been largely nu
merically increased in population by an
exodus from Roseburg.
Yonr Boy Wont Lhe a Month.
So Mr. Oilman Brown, of 34 Mill St.,
South Gardner, Mass., was told by the
doctors. His son .had" IjShg trouble, fol
lowing typhoid malaria, and he spent
three hundred and soventy-fivo dollars
with doctors, who fiually" gve him up,
saying: "Your boy wont livo a month."
Ho tried Dr. King's New Discovery mid
a few bottles restored him to health and
enabled him to go to wjrk a perfectly
well man. He says he owes his present
good health to ueo of Dr. Kings New
Discovery, and knows it to be tho best
in the world for lung trouble. Trial
Bottles Freo at Mnrsters Drug Store.
Since 1878 there havo been nine epi
demics of dysentery in different parts of
tho country in which Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholora and Diarrhoea Rcmody
was used with ierfect success. Dysen
tery, when epidemic, is almost as severo
and dangerous as Asiatic cholera. Here
tofore tho best efforts of the most skilled
physicians have failed to check its rav
ages, this remedy, however, has cured
tho most malignat cases, both of children
and adultp, and tho most trying condi
tions, which proves it to be the best med
icine in tho world for bowel complaints.
For Balo by A. C. Marsters & Co.
Now and well assorted lino of prints,
cotton dress goods, muslin, toweling,
table liucn, table oil cloth just received
at tho Novelty Storo.
Caro Bros, aro tho boss merchants.
Tho heaviest locomotivo in tho world
was mndo at Providence, R. I., and is in
daily operation on the most difficult and
mountainous section of tho Mexican Cen
tral railroad. It weighs 2 GO, 000 pounds,
or 130 tons, and is especially designed
fur mountain climbing.
Tho railroad men call it a Siamese, be-
causo it is, m fact, two locomotives per
manently united. It is iiied for the pur
pose of freight trains, and is uniquo in
the mechanical world.
Tho locomotive was designed by F. W.
Johnston, and his professional rivals
suid that it was impracticable. The
eamo was said of the first railroad loco
motive and of the pioneer steamboat.
Tho locomotive is double in all its parts
in fact, two locomotives end lo end,
with u Biugle cab in tho center. One
tingle stiff frame carries the two boilers
and driving mechanisms, each machine
resting on three rollers which are placed
close togethe-. The difficulty of run
ning this coloseal engine on compara
tively short curves 'n met by so arrang
ing the fore and rear parts that they
accommodate ilieiuielves to the curves.
Tho engine, therefore, despite its great
leniilh, can go arouud mach shorter
curves in eutety than the ordina-y single
Tho mechanical arrangement of the
driving wheels was tho chief difficulty
met with by the builder. The crank
shafts of (he driving wheels aro provided
with iunneuso ball joints near the cylin
r heads, so that when the driving
wheel assumes an angle other than 00
degrees in reference to the frame the
crank shafts connecting with the cylin
der heads and the driving wheels follow
the movement of tho wheels without
injury lo the engine. New York Jour
Patronize Home Industry.
Un inspection ot tbe two granite mon
uments recently erected in the Masonic
cemetery at Roseburg, by a Port
land firm, which we understand
cost $500 each or $1000 for tho two, wo
find that thirty per cent commission
was paid the a-jient, making three hun
dred dullars fcr taking the order. The
Peoples Marble & Granite Works are
anxious to duplicate either monument
markers and all complete with first class
work and the same kind of granite, or
any standard granite, for three hundred
and fifty dollars esch, or the two for
Eeven hundred dollars. We mean just
what we say. We employ no agents and
pay no commissions, and can warrant
all work as good as any that is turned
out in Portland or any other place. Peo
pie who are in need of cemetery work
should get our prices before placing
their orders with firms who deal alto
gether through agents. Address
G eo. Bell & Co.,
Peoples Marble Works, 707 Oak St.
The Nomination of Watson.
His easy nomination for the vice-presl
dency on the first ball jt will show the
people of the United States what a rect
less ami uaugercus party ttie populist is,
New York Post.
The nomination of Tom Walson, of
Georgia, the populist ex-congressman
and sole author of the expression " Where
am I at?" is simply another indication of
the recklessness of the populists. To be
contrary, this proliDc body nominated
their vice-president first, a proceeding
without a precedent in the history of the
countrv. Burlington Gazjtte.
-My utile boy, wtien two years ol age
was taken very ill with bloodv flux. I
was a 1 vised to use Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedv, and
luckily procured part of a bottle. I care
lully read the directions and gave it ac
cordingly. Ho was very low, but slowly
and surely he began to improve, gradu
ally recovered, and is now as stout and
strong as ever. I feel sere it saved his
life. I never can praise the remedy hall
its worth. I am sorrv everv ono in the
world dees not know how good it is, as
do. Mrs I.ina S. Ilinton, Grahamsville
Marion Co., Kloridr. For Sile by A. C,
Marsters A Co.
Funeral of Mrs. Marsh.
Mrs. Gertrude M. Marsh was born in
Wisconsin, January 31, 1SG9, came with
her parent, Mr. and Mrs. 1). C. Turner,
to Oregon some eight or nine years ago.
Joined the llnptist church in November,
1S1U. Was married to Mr. .Marah O.t.
10, 1SD3, aud died August ', lS'JG. Her
funeral was held at the Baptist church
on the llh inst, and was largely attended
by sorrowing relatives and sympathizing
neigtiboro. The funeral sermon was
preached by Rev. G. AV. Black, after
which she was laid to rest in the Odd
Wo are in receipt of tho 00th anniver
sary number of the Scientific American,
a journal of art, science and mechanics,
containing 0V pages of choice literary,
scientific and art matter, beautifully
illustrated, showing tho progress of dis
coveries, inventions and improvments
in machinery for the last 50 years. It is
a superb number worth ten times its
price, 10 cents a number. Thi9 journal
is of incalculable aid to all inventors,
mechanics and artisans. Published by
Munn & Co., otil Broadway, New York.
County Court Proceedings.
Roland Agee as second deputy sheriff,
was allowed $50 per month till next
meeting of the court.
Additional bonds of $5000 were re
quired of the sheriff ns collector of taxes.
Tho court let contracts for tho repair
of South Utnpqua bridgo at Rosoburg to
J. T. Portor, for ifM!), and for tho con
struction of a bridgo across Cow Creek
at Glendalo for J10-J.25, also lo J. T.
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powfitef
vU's Fair Highest McJalnnd Dloloma.
Subscribe for the Plai.ndkalkii.
Board of Equalization Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that the Board
of Equalization of Douglas county, Ore-
, will meet in tho offieo 01 me
County Clerk of Said coanty, mine
court houso in tho city of Roseburg,
Oregon, on Monday, tho 31st day of
August, 1890, and will continuo in see
sion until Saturday, Septomber 5, 1890,
publicly examine tho assessment
rolls and correct all errors in valuation,
dnsrrintion or dualities of land lots OT
other property. Now, therefore, all
parties who may be aggrieved by reason
of valuation, description, or otherwise,
as to their assessment, will take notice
of the meeting of said Board of Equali
zation, at said time and place, and
make due complaint to said Board of
by the asses-
ment will stand as made
Dated July 9:h, 18'JG.
J. A. Sterling,
Assessor for Douglas County.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun
derman. of Dimoudale. Mich., wo are
permitted to make this extract: "I
havo no hesitation in recommending Dr.
King's New Discovery, as the results
were almost marvelous in tbe case of my
wife. While I was pastor of the Baptut
church at Rives Junction she was
brought down with Pneumonia succeed
ing La Grippe. Terrible paroxysms of
coughing would last hours with little in
terruption and it seemed as if she could
not survive them. A friend recom
mended Dr. King's New Discovery ; it
was quick in its work and highly satis
factory in results." Trial bottles free at
A, C. Marsters' Drug Store. Regular
size 50 c. and $1.00.
For jour Protection. Catarrh "Cures" or
Tonics for Catarrh in liquid form to be taken
internally, usually contain eitner Mercury or
Iodide of Potassa, or both, which are injur
ious if too long taken. Catarrh is a local, not
a blood disease, caused by sudden change to
cold or damp weather. It starts in the nasal
nffwtinir eves, ears and throat.
fYil.i in the lieail causes excessive flow of
mucus, and, if repeatedly neglected, the re
sults of catarrh will follow; severe pain in
tVi ViuT n rnnrint? sound in the ears, had
breath, and oftentimes an offensive dis
inflammation and heal the membrane. Ely's
Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for
these troubles and contains no mercury
nor any injurious drag. Price, 60 cents.
Bncklen's Arnica Salre.
The Best Salve in the world for Cats-
Bruises, sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands
Chillbains, Corns, and all skin Ernp,
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. For sale at A
C. Marsters & Co.
For Over Fifty Yeaia.
An Old and Well-Trixd Rxxidt. Mrs
Yintow'6 Soothing Syrnp has been used for
over filtv years by millions of mothers for their
children while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gams, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhcea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by
drnsgi'ts in every part of the world. Twenty
five cents a bottle. Its value is Incalculable.
Bctnre and at for Mrs. Wlnslow's co thing
Syrup, and take no other kind.
To the Public
On and after this date, I wish it under
stood that my terms for all undertaker's
goods are cash with the order. , I find
impossible to do business on a credi
basis, and belive that I can do better by
my patrons and myself by selling strictly
for cash. P. Bknedicx, Undertaker.
Roseburg, Ore., April 12, 1S95.
"Liverine," manufactured by the An
chor S Chemical Co., the great Liver.
Kidney and Constipation cure. An in
fallible remedy for all curable lorms of
diseases of those organs. The greatest
knows remedy for Indigestion. Try it.
For sale at M. F. Rapp'a drag tore
Boys May be Had (and sometimes
girls) for il) ordinary service at wages
(2) upon indenture, to work, attend
school, and be brought up somewhat as
your own ; and (3) children may be
nau lor legal adoption. Address, W. T.
Gardner, Supt. Orecon Boys and Girls1
Aid society, i'ortland.Or.
Made and Merit Maintains the confidence
ot the people in Hood's Sarsaptrilla. I f a
medicine cures you when sick; It it makes
wonderful cures everywhere, then beyond
all question that medlcinuposscsses merit.
That Is Just the truth about Hood's Sar
sa par ilia. Wo know It possesses merit
because it cures, not onco or twico or a
hundred times, bnt in thousands and
thousands of cases. We know it cures,
absolutely, permanently, when all others
fail to do any good whatever. Wo repeat
Is the bes t In fact the One True Blood Purifier.
Hood's Pills SS?s!on'
f STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. .
MRS. 1). C. McCI.ALLEN, irop.
HEADQUARTERS FOR TRAVELING MEN,
LarRf, Flue Samplo Rooms.
Free Bus to and From Train-. ROSEBURO,
Call It ja Craze.
AN ALARMING STATEMENT
HOW BAD HABITS ARE FORMED.
The Nfa York Tribune uyt'. "The habit of
Uklag 'headache powder' in Increatln? to an
alarming extent among; a great number of wo
taen throughout the country. Thee powder
weir name .""- "J "'V
facturer to be a positive and apeedy cure for any
form of headache. In many caiea their chief
ingredient la morphine, opium, cocaine or ome
ether equally Injurious drug haring o tendency
to deaden pain. The habit of taking them U
off. Women usually begin taking them to re
lieve a raging ncaucc m iwit w
powder toatieTiate any little pain or ache they
mar dc UDjecicn w, ou sj ...
ph(ne or opium fiend, t Into the habitoftaUag
inem reguiij. uuap.uiu ... --r
if they happen to mm their regular dose."
In nine cases out of ten, the trouble Is
In the stomach and liver. Take a simple
laxative and liver tonic and remove the
offending matter which deranges the
stomach and causes the headache. Dr.
Pierce' Pleasant relleta are composed
entirely of ths puret, concentrated,
.aV1o -rfrnrtl (Inf. TVIIffr 14 a
dose; sugar-coated, easily swallowed;
Once UJea, aiwayi in juvur. nicy
tively curt sick headache and remove
the dispoition to it.
Mr. It. VaOaioj, or OlUr rjtke. Lafter Co..
Itiff'ltK-nlly have an at
tack t,f lhe headache.
It iMtully come on in
the UitersYin. At ray
dlnnr 1 t my regular
mnl, and lake one or
two of rjoctor Pierce's
pleauint Pellet imme
diately after, and in tbe
eourte of an hour my
headache 1 cured and
no bad effect. I feel
better every war for
having taken them
not worte, as is usual
after taking other kinds
cf pill. 'Heaiant Pel
lets ar- worth more
than their weight ia
rrtAt If fvvr nftfhln !
K. VAaoaaow. K3. ihan'tocure headache."
August 24th and 25th.
Street Parade and March to Grounds at
9 o'clock, A. 31.
(AC Roseburg Cycle Tract.)
I. Running broad jump $ 2 50
2. Running high jump - oO
3. Hammer throwing 2 oO
4. Shot putting 2 50
5. Tog of war H CO
1. Bicycle race, J-miIe and re
peat (novice) three prizes,
pants, stockings and shoes.
2. Foot race, 100 yards 10 00
3. Bicycle race, mile dash, ama
teur?, open, three prizes, sweat
er, lamp and cyclometer.
4. Bicycle race, 5 mile, amateurs,
open, $10 gold medal
All under L. A. AV. rules. En
trance to bicycle race 50 cents.
(Oi Jacltoi Street at 7:00 o'clock.)
1. Clarinet solo 5 W
2. Cornet solo 5 00
3. Baritone solo 5 00
4. Slide trombone solo 5 CO
(On Jaclton Street, Jo -1. -V-)
Hose race, wet test 50 CO
Each company to use any kind of
ho3e or nozzle used in associa
iAt Dittrict Fair Gronmh.)
Foot race, 200 yards 15 00
Baseball 40 CO
(0;i Jachon Strcel, 7:30 o'clock.)
Band contest 100 00
Everything free, no admission fee
charged for any of the contests.
The District Fair, which opens on the
25th, will also be free on opening d3y,
and will have an interesting program,
A Grand Ball will conclude the Sec
ond Day's exercises.
T P. O. ELKS. EOSEBCKG LODGE. NO. SX,
-LJ' hold their regular communications at the
I. O. O. F. hall on second and fourth Thursday
of each month. All members requested to at
tend regularly, and all visiting brothers cor
dially invited lo attend.
FRED PAGE-TCSTI E. R
HERMAN MARKS, Secretary.
T)OUGLAS COUNCIL, XO. 21 JR. O. U. A. 11..
meets every Wednesday evenine at S
o clock in the Old Masonic HaiL Visiting
brothers axe cordially invited to attend.
. C. B. CisxoJf,
Gio. . tom, Councilor.
T AUREL LODGE. A. F. A A. M., REGULAR
meetings the 2d and 4 th Wednesdays in
J. B. CAWLnsxn, W. M.
C. W. Kirk, Sec'y.
TTMPQUA CHAPTER, XO. 11. R. A. M., HOLD
..J11 rcsuUr convocations at Masonic hall
on the first and third Tuesday of each month
' isiting companions are cordially invitetL.'
K. L. MILLER, H. P.
Iainoax Cab-o, Secretary.
pHEUnARIAN LODGE. XO. S, I. O. O. F..
71 neets Saturday evening of each weefc at
fifball Odd Fellow Temple at Roseburg
Members of he order in good standing arc Invit
ed to attend. e. McBROOM X. G.
F. G. Micelli .Sec'y.
UNC.0dd ?5?iW?F' X0- SHEETS AT
w, Fellows' hall on second and fourth
adin?itedtoIt1ehnd.ln0nUl- VWUds brethrea
F. G. MICELU, C. P.
JOS. MICELLI, Scribe.
ROSEBURG LODGE, XO. 16, A. O. U. W
ststho teund and fourth Mondays o'f
each month at7:S0 p. m. at Odd Fellows haS!
oforder iu gooJ .tanX S
RENO POST, NO. 29, G. A. R.. MEETS THR
K- first and third Thursdays o'f fZ
-UrOMKN'S RELIEF CORPS XO. 10, MEETS
Roseburftfie first Friday la CS March
and June, and the third FridaylS Sep! kabS
ROSEBURG CHAPTER, NO. S. O. K. S.. MEETS
auntS:0 SCCOnd Md,0Thursdof eSh
. ALICE SUEKIDAX, W. M.
RS?RQ DIVISIOX XO 476. B. OF UK.,
meets every second and fourth Sunday?
TJ OSSBUBG R. D. LODGeTxo nl O O F
brethren are United to attend.
kl'A HEXDR1CKS, R. Sec.
AU'iL,??,QE' K. OF P.. MEETS
HalL v2n va?.ov.enluS ' Fellows
aillaVtend. ,UmilnR TOr"
K. M. CONKUNG.C.C.
. I. B. RIDDLE. K. K. S.
Cottage to Rent.
A now 5-room cottiiRo near tho depot
to rent, just vacated by S. K. Sykes.
City wntor in tho houso, and a good" well
next door. L'nquiro at this otlico.