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HOW TO KILL OFF THE A. P. A'S.
eovon yards wine, ana eagoa wun
Valenciennes luco, ami a perfect dream
(vho imcricw Tyler). 0r Wnist. with a bow at the back ol the-
Tho Tyler lias no member ol its staff neck. anj ,n0nater eleovcs finished at
or eimlojes in membership in tbis 8oci- the elbow with n twist of ribbon, and
ety, and would be gld to seo it dis- tll0 .larlioceet jair of elipiwrs. and a
banded, .bo would Kov. Dr. neanaer i. ntl. s:iu umlerskirt.
Wood, of tho Presbyterian Church of
Memphis, Tenn.-, and The Tylor thor- He's Fair About It
oughly agrees with him when he says, "What? Terkins going to marry Misa
when addressing a largo meeting in mat soie?
cuy: "Yes. Why not? She'a worth a
"I want to 8co the order msoauueu. ,jjiii,on,'
Such is my desire. I believe it Is yours
Also, I waut to tell you just four things,
which, if done, would kill this order in
less than ninety days.
"I. Let the leaders of tho Houian
Catholic church in America sive the
plain assurance that they pledge them'
selves to accept in good faith the doc
trine of the complete sepiration of
church and state, and promise not to
Yes but Eho'a.CO years old."
"That's trno; but Perkins allows her
a discount on her ago for cash." Har
Bricks I believe llrown is insane
BriggE He has brought , suit against
the New York Central Railroad for kill
ask another dollar of public money for Jog his mother-in-law. Harlem Life
the support of their sectarian institu
lions, and to abstain from meddling in A good brood maro to trade for wheat
taUtics; everywhere their priesU dabble or oats. Is sound, gentle and true. Ad
in politics, and the mission of Mgr. dress, P. 0. bax 253, Roaebiirg, Oregon
Satolli to this country was as clearly po-1
litical as that of any lobyist that ever
went to Washington to put through a I
bill. Every bishop and priest is sol
emnly pledged under oath to the belief
that church and state ought to be united ;
that the pope is the lord of every ivil
government, and that no state can pass
laws that the Roman pontiff does not I
approve. L;t the priests and prelates
of the Komish church in America give
Euch assurance, without any equivocat
ing phrases, and this A. P. A. order!
would hardly caro to hold another meet-
City Treasurer's Notice. A M- ORAWTOBP,
Notice is hereby given to all parties . , T
holding Roeoburg city warrants indorsed ii.iiorney lit
-?.. ri. ,k .o,o i Room 2. Marstcra Bnlldinir. - KOSEBURu, OK.
. . , ,'0 , i cno i BtilncMboforothB U.S. Land omco ana
rants numbered 41)S, 499, 501 and 502 In- nnulng cases a specialty.
dorsed March 25, 1893, to present tho
same at tho city treasurer's office in tho
city hall for payment as interest will
coaso thereon after tbo dato of this notice.
Dated this 28th day of July, 18!)0, at
tho city of Rosoburg, Oregon.
J. A. Perkins, City Treasurer.
Lato Receiver U. S. Land Offlco.
J, F. BARKER & GO.
QXOBOE If. BROWN.
"DROWN & TTJSTIN,
Attorneys-at-Law, J JCJjLjJO
Rooms 7 and 8
& Wilson Block.
i m T .
Lumocr ior oaic, or irauc. I TXT R
If vou have hav. crain. bacon, beef W
cattle or a good buggy you wish to trade Attorney and Counselor at Law,
i , t.:itrl . .... ...
ior lumuer, or 11 you wiau to uuy a uiu ui
first class fir or cedar lumber, you wil
save money to call on Otto A. Anlauf
Will Tmrtlra In .11 th. mnitl of thS BUM.
See In tha Court Houae. Douglaa county, ur.
A apecial brand it unadulterated Ten.
A Snap For Some One.
A small business paying 100 per cent
in tho city of Roseburg, for sale cheap
for cash. Good location, good building
have private reasons for Belling. Ad'
dresa S, caro of Plaixdicalkk, Roseburg.
Q A. SBHLBBBDE,
Attorney at Law,
Offlco oer the Potoffieo on Jackson atreet.
Attorney at Law,
la haying a large rale Hew styles
Glass and Delf Ware
I at aatooltlilut: low i. rices. Our own
Toms .nea are very popular.
". Let there be a disbanding ot to
cret societies of the Roman Catholic
church, especially thoee that are armed
It is stated that in Cincinnati there are
not less than fifty separate and distinct
armed and drilied companies of these
societies, viz: Twelve divisions of the
Ancient Order ,of Hibernians, seven
branches of the Catholic Knights of
America, nineteen branches of the Cath
olic Knights of Ohio, and besides these
there are many others.
"3. .Let there be a radical change in
the way the daily press of the country
treats the meetings and principles of the
A. P. A. Some editors regard them as
a pack of half-crazy blockheads. Some
are so devoted to their party that they
fear any organization that may affect
their party's success; but in all we tee a
subservience to the Koiran Catholic ele
ment as strong as if Cardinal Gibbors
was editor-in-chief. They devote ample
space to the consecration of a bishop,
thongh he takes the usual oath to perse
cute heretics unto death, and to otxy
the orders of the pope in preference to
those of the nation : yet, when two or
three thousand people, law-abiding tax
Ton nil Cat onn coo pea lsUa caca 1 oocee fces ail two coupons Inside earn ounce bas.
Buy a hi.-, rriJ ta coapen and s. ; n t e your share of HVJ.&J0 In presents.
I.A Paykttk Link. JUIXJK L. LoUOIURT
JANE & LOUGHABT,
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
practice in all the courU of Oregon.
Vr 111 practice In all me courts
flea In the Taylur-Wilson block.
Attorney at Law,
IK TaTr3TsH.sE 23
his is the Place
A full and 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.
Rooms 3 and
Tajlor A Wilson Block.
XRA BROWN, M. D.
ROjfiBUHU. OR We are always in the Lead, and mean to
OFFICE, JckMn Streel, at rt
Idencc ot Mm. J. Blner.
jg I BRADLEY, M. D. '
Physician & Surgeon.
Offlca Honrs, from 11 to 5 r.x.
faylor 4 Wilson Brick UOaEBURO.
The Golden Harvest is upon us, anil farm
era are smiling because Woodward
Ioos to their interest.
Tlicso arc all Leather and Warranted.
At Reduced Prices.
MRS. N. BOYD,
Staole and Fancv Groceries, iaa w. g. woodward
YfX 7 Special altcntlou to Surgery and the
uucases ol i
Physician and Surgeon
(U. S. Examining Surgeon.)
OFFICE. Rooms 6 and 7 MarttcrV UuiMlDc
Consult your purso and be snro and
oo-tward belore baying.
1 want your iraie, and
payers and citizenf, gather ncder the
an?pi:es of the A. P. A., yon will not
find a word in onr papers.
"4. Let good-natured Pmteetanta
cease saving tnat tne rope ol Jiocae is
only a very ancient and harmless scare
crow, and that all this excitement about " " to tt
papal aggression in America is ebeer I nsake tae following Ilb
nonsense. They assure ns that this is a eraloScr: Call and I will
Protestant country; that no Roman prescn, JMI Hilh , caM
Latnoiic evrir tras praulent, ana that
Roman Catholics are in a hopeless mi
nority except in a few sections. There P01 nJ wbn ,b
are 70.000.OX) people of all ages in this card Is ted upyoamai !j
Republic, of whom 10.000.000 are avowed secure the tortrait &
- - i
Roman Catholics. Then there are 15,-
COO.OOO belonging to the vicious and illit
erate clsss, who could easily be used by
any corrupt power, ui tne remaining
45,000,003 not 25,000,000 can be regarded
as Protestant except in name. Many
know nothing of the history of popery or
the trickery of Rome and of Romish in
termeddling with oar American insiitu
tions. Many for the sake of custom,
many for the sake of temporary popu
larity, and very many for the sake of
office, will never be found opposing the
encroachments of Rome. In some of
our great ci'iea today 75 per cent cf the
money paid in salaries goes inlo Roman
Catholic pockets, and in many of these
cities millions of dollai s in pnblic prop
erly have been given to Roman Catholic
hospitals, churches, schools and monk
eries, as the pncee of votes and political
scheming. Hence we ciaim that oce-
third of the population can be called
Protestant. From ISOO to 1SS0 the
Komish church has increased twice as
fast as the Protestant churches. The
immigration to this country for ten
years, ending in 1S90, was 5,250,000, and
at least two-thirds were Romanut
many of them ignorant. Let this thing
go cn for twenty-fire years longer, and
yon will fee this country in the same con
dition, as far as the rights of Protestants
are concerned, as Roman Catholic Spain
and Anstria and South American reput
lies are concerned. Remder the above
evils, and there will be no work for the
A. P. A."
Crockery, Glass and Delfware, Tobacco and Cigars,
Toys, Notions and Fancy Goods.
r Iiigest Prices Paid for Country Produce of All Kinds.
IMiiest Une of TEAM In tne City. Friers from lie to 6Jc t pound.
J. OZI.V.S, .11. 1).
AN EXTRA INDUCEMENT..
10I1O 10, W 10 10 "lu 101 mi "si 5w:o, mTJo
so i:o i to
BRING this Card with tou and have your CIMI
ri'RCHASES punched out to the amount ot 119.
and you ran hare a Life-like Portrait. Crayon or
Water Color Tints, tram any photograph or tintype you
We further auure you that it the portrait is not sat
isfactory you need not accept It.
We rUc you the portrait FREK. you pay only for
The cet ot the f raiuc, glass, etc, lit te at w hole
Physician and Surgeon,
Oflce In S. Marks -fc Co.'s Block, upstairs.
Calls promptly answered day or night.
j L. MILLER, M. D.,
Surgeon and Homoeopathic
sVChrosle disa9 a pteiaity.
i 5 i 5 I i . 10 1 10 1 10 i 10 10 1 U : 10 ' lb IS I IS ! lb 1 lb 15 I 15
Call and see samples of lhe?c tautiful portraits displayed in my thow uindotr and let
me present you with silt ticket. cry uuiy yours.
Comer Jackson and Cas Street, ROjEBCRO, OR.
l. H. I have on hand a tam aortment of HOOKS, suitable for both larre and small chit
dren, which I will Kll at ibu -sale prices. Tne entire lot ior f aie Tcry cneap.
Alexander & bTRoiiG
326 and 32$ Jackson St. Bet. Oak and Washington.
trn I T n n DLTD "Kcst and Best Assortment ever
Y V j 11 1 iX 1 1L JTV brcufiht to Southern Oregon, and
j "y ILL P. HEYDON,
v nnd Notary public.
Omcz: In Court Home.
Orders for Surverinc and Field Notes should
be addressed to N ill I. Hcydon, County Sur
veyor, Koscnurs;, nr.
V S. Deputy Mliicrnl Surveyor
and Natnry Public.
Orricr. County Jail Building, np stairs.
Em Special attention paid to Transfers and
Addrcsa. ROSKBL'Ra OR.
H. C. STANTON
Sas jast received a new and extensive stock d
DRY : GOODS
Lsdies' Dress Goods, Kibbons, Trimmings,
Laces, Etc, Etc
- ALSO A FINE STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES
Of the best quality and finish.
Wood, Willow and Glass Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Also on hand in larze quantities and at prices to
jntt the tunes. Alv a large oca or
Which is o3red at cost price. A fall and
select stock of
Constantly on hand. Also the
LATEST NOVELTIES IN STAT10NEKI,
NEW FEED STORE
CAWLFIELO & CAWLFIELD
Have lust opened a first-class Fci-1 Store and
I have on hand a larze invoice of the best
Koscbure and Valley Flour, Baled Hay, Grain
and Feed of all kinds. All purchases delivered
free. Cor. Cass and Rose Street.
A Lar;e and Elegant Line
We call the attention of our
friends to our beauti
ful stock of
' Everj Masonic body in the United
frtates ought to know, and cause it to be
understood by their members, that the
sanguinary Captain-General of Cuba
has ordered all Masonic Lodges closed
under eevere pnalty. We presume he
is acting from instrnctions from the
Roman Pope, and nothing would pleate
the old man belter than another "auto
da fe," with Masons bnrned at the stake I
as of old. As the leader of the Cuban I
patriots is a 33 degrco Mason we ought I
all (o at least pray for the speedy recog
nition cf tho republic and the downfall
of misrule, bigotry and superstition in
tlut unhappy island. Kansas Free
Our Stock is
Unexcelled by Any House
South of Portland.
Bed Room Sets
Parlor and Dining Chairs
Rugs and Carpets
And all Household
NO TKOUBLB TO
ALEXANDER 5 STR0MG
ItOSBnURO, OK ICC. ON-.
The Doctor's Explanation.
Mrs. Ilinow iJon't you doctors ever
get out of patience?
31. 1). Oh, of coarse; some die and
others leave, but there are always new
ones to fall ii: Detroit Journal.
Fond Mamma Alice, haye you thor
oughly prepared yourself for jjrad'iation ?
Alice Uptodate Oh, yes, mamma,
I've my new dimity trown with a skirt
Carry constantly on hand New and Second Hand Goods of All Kinds.
wcIwlll.Bell at Hani Times Trices. Give us a call and be convinced.
Hand Goods nought and Sold.
A. C. Hoxie,
Wholcsalo and Ketail Dealer in
Goods delivered free to all j
parts of the city. Leave j
yonr orders with me and
save money. Roseburg, Or.
JERRY J. WILSOtt,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
3S Jncksou Street,
At Lueresen's Cigar Factory. ROSEBURG.
All Rcpnlrlite entrusted to
my enre will be PROJIPTI.V and
rs sTo as lit I.
JERRY J. WILSON, Propr.
(Successor to SENATE SALOON.1
A IOIUI.AIt UKSOKT.
Choice Cigars and all kinds ol Tcuicraiico
Drinks constantly on band.
RcmoYcd front cor. Oak and Jackson to
PARROTT BUILDING, JACKSON STREET.
Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored.
CiLXDKiTin Enoush RisirDr
It Is sold on a positive
gusrantco to euro any
form of nervous pros
tration or any disorder
ot tbo genital organs of
either ser, caascd
by exccsslvo uso of
Alcohol or Onlnm. or
ot youthful indiscretion or over Indulgence etc.,
Dirtiness, Convulsions. Wakefulness. Headache.
Mental Depression, Softening of tho Brain. Weak
Memory, Bearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness,
Hysteria. Nocturnal Emissions, Spcrmatorrhcra,
Loss of Power and Impotency, which if neglected,
may lead to premature old age and insanity.
IViIUvely guaranteed. Price. 31.00 a box: G tmcu
forji.00. Sent by mall on receipt ofprico. A written
guarantee furnished with every $5.00 order received,
to refund the money It a permanent euro is not
"NKBVIA MEDICINE CO., Detroit, Mich.
Sold by A. C. Marsters & Co.
General agent for every rariety ot subscription
books and periulicalj published in the United
State. Persona wishing reading matter of any
unJ wtu do to give me a call.
TN THE COl.VTY COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon, in and for the County of Douglas.
In the matter of the Estate of John Free
T William L. Kreemau, Ransom Freeman
James C. Frveuian. John A. Freeman. Eliza
Ixth tiarrisou. R. C. McCulloch. W. 1. Free
man. FrancU E. C.Merklin. Ruth Skinner, HHa
L. uausro, Kobcna A. noil, .in.iA. KouD,
Mary fc. Melds, l a A. Sherman, fcva A. fcher
...a... . - . ... . ....... .....p ......... v LUV,.nu,
and KI!a A. Sherman; heirs at lair, the next of
kin and all i-ersons Interested in the said cs
tale oi tne saiti joiiii rreeman, deceased.
Whircas. on the Sd day of June. Is. John A
Freeman, executor of the nlxne named estate
havltiz tlleil his snorn petition uravinz for an
order toauthonre andj empower him to scjt the
rU property belouRinic to the said cstattrof the
said John Freeman, deceased, situated in Doug
las County, Oregon, and whereas, it was ordered
by the Court that a Citation issue to said heirs
at law. the nextol km, nnd all other persons in
tcroteu in s alii estate to anneur la this Court on
the 7th day of September. lMj,nt the hour of
iu o cioce a. m, oi saia uay to snow cause. It
anv vou have, why an order for the sale of said
real property hbould not to made as nraycl for
in said ietItion. It Is further ordered thatser-
lee of the Citation herein be made iersoiially
uiou all of the above named heirs re-
sldlii!: in the Mate ot Oregon, and by nublica
Hon uion all of the above named heirs at law
next ol kin, and all persons interested residing
outside of the State of Oregon, by publication
thereof in the Plaiiidealer, a weekly newspaper,
printed and published in Roeburg, Douglas
Comity, Oregon, nnd of general circulation in
said county lor the full icriod of time required
by law, to-wit; Four weeks. The said real es
tate asked to bo mild by snld petition of said
executor is dc.-crlbed as follows, to-wlt. Tho
N, U of the D. L. C. of John Freeman and
wile, ucing notlticatlon Jo. lie, claim No. tj,
and being inrts of sections 22. -Zi. and -J".. in To.
U.S.. otR. 7, W.,of Wtlllamctte Jleridlan in
Douglas county, ureguti. and more unrtlcularly
ileMTlbcii .is follows, to-wit: Resinning at n
toint oho chain and titty links west from the
quarter section post on the line between sec
tions i. und 2i m Tp. 28 south. lot range 7
west, ami running inence norm os cnalns nnd
7.i links, tiienccwest hi chains and fifty links,
thence south 20 chains, thence east IS chains.
thence south Is chains and 70 links, nnd thence
cast U- chains and links to the place of begin
ning nml containing in all Slb.'i acres of land
of which said above described lands, the above
iminoil decedent owned at the time of his
death, the said north half, making 153.37 acres
of laud to bo sold.
Therefore you und each of you nre hereby
cited nud required to bo nnd uppear at said
ume uuu puu-e, men ana mere lo snow cause.
f any you have, why sueh on order ami
license should not issue for the sale of said
norm nun oi tne nbovc described premise
vb: Tile donation land claim of John Free
man and wife. Not. 116. claim No. 1'J.
Witness the Hon. A. V. Stearns, judge of the
County Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Douglas, with tho seal of said Court
amxed tins -'Mil day ol July, 1W6.
JOIINH. SIIUPE, Clerk.
C. A. SEMTlinKtlK,
Atty. For Executor. J3i)t5
Cottage to Rent.
A new o-roorn cottage near tho dopot
to rent, just vacated by K. Sykes.
City wnlor in tho housu, and n good well
next door. Enquire at this oilice.
New York Cash Store,
"WE SELL THE FAMOUS
The Best Stove is Always the CHEAPEST.
CHURCHILL, WOOLLEY & MCKENZIE'S
Roseburg Hardware Go.
A SQUARE DEAL
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Is wliat 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 Stay.