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X. Y. BENJAMIN
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SEPTEMBER 3. 1S9G.
OUR STANDARD BEARERS.
GAKKET A. IIOBAKT.
For Presidential Electors,
T. T. GEER.of Marion Courtly.
S. M. YORAN, of Lane.
E. L. SMITH, of Wasco.
J. F. CAPLES. of Multnomah.
"It U Immaterial In my Judgment
whether the wool power receives any
benefit from the tariff on wool or not;
whether he doe or does not .... I am
for free wool." Extract from William
J. Bryan' ipeech to coDrnn. January
37th, 1884s Congressional K.corti Fifty
third Conpeu, second session. X'o 36,
Vi. 3C. p. 1354.
A COMMON-SENSE VIEW.
One great trouble with the free eilrer
ites is they stem to think that the legis
lative potter of a government can fix the
valne of money. This idea is falacioos.
Government can no more fix the valne
of money than it can the price of a
bushel of potatoes. The government
can fix the quantity and quality of a
coin and give it a name and there its
power ends as to money, jost as it can
fix the capacity of a gallon, a bushel, or
the length of a yard stick.
The government can only fix a stand
ard unit measure of value but not the
It is the law of trade that fixes, and
only for a time, the value of anything
whether it be gold, silver, copper, wheat,
potatoes or any other thing. That law
is known by the terms "demand and
supply." That law is inexorable, and
you may pile statute upon statute as high
as Mount Hood and you cannot compel
business men to pay mere nor take less
for an article of barter than they choose
to give or take for it. The government
of the United States tried in 1792 to
make silver and gold coins of a fixed
value on a ratio of 15 to 1 but failed. It
tried it aain in 1537 on a ratio of 16 to
1 and failed. Silver bullion has fluctu
ated, while gold bullion has remained
substantially the same for over a hun
dred years. Coined gold has been worth
no more than gold bullion. So Ions as
gold bullion is of the same commercial
Talue as gold coin it will be regarded as
the most ttable value, and hence fcr
all deferred payments creditors will stip
ulate for gold or its equivalent to satisfy
debts, and no statutory act can com
pel him to take any money of a less
value than is stipulated in that contract.
It is morally certain that the debtor
would not offer a money of greater value
than that stipulated for, and it is equally
certain that the creditor could not com
pel the debtor to pay a better money.
So long jts human nature is as selfish
and provident as at present every person
wants the best there is, and will provide
for securing that for the future which be
has the greatest confidence will be of the
value at a future date equal to the pres
ent value of the money he lends or the
property he may sell, whether it be gold,
silver or diamonds.
To illustrate: A contracts to pay 100
gold dollars, and one year hence
when the contract becomes due he offers
to pay off the debt with 10J depreciated
silver dollars 'on the suppui'.ioa that
they are depreciated;. Can he compel the
holder of that contract to accept those
depreciated silver dollars, notwithstand
ing they are United Sta'es coins? Sucti
an idea is too absurd to be entertained
by a man of sense.
We have up to date printed the acts
of congress relative to coinage, from 1792
to 1890; viz: 1792, 1834. 1837, 1S53.
1S57, 1874, 1875, 1878 and 1890. .Next
Monday wo will print the act of 1893,
making ten acts in all. It would be well
to cut those acts out and paste them in a
scrap book for future reference and
study that the yoter may know what
laws and their provisions on coinage
have been passed. Theso acts cover a
period of 103 years of our uovcrnmont's
The act of 1792-3 fixed the ratio be
between silver and gold at 15 of silver to
one of gold, the then commercial ratio.
The greatest ratio subsequent to 1702
xvas 10.03 in 1S03. The first year (1874)
after demonetization of silver in 1873 tlio
ratio was 10.17. Sinco 1874 the ratio
has been increasing till now it is about
31 to 1, nearly double what it was in
Logau Carlisle, the son of the secre
tary of the treasury, emphasizes his op
position to papocracy by declaring that
he will vote for McKinley and ilobart.
Free-Trader Bryan is spending many
words, if not much thought, in perfect
ing his peso as tho friend of the laboring
man. Ho cannot mean the friend of
the laboring men, for, if Mr. Bryan had
his way, xvo xvould by our goods in
Europe and shut up the factories in this
country. As a lriend of the laboring
men, Mr. Bryan bears a striking resemb
lance to a well-known character who ap
peared in sheep's clothing. If, however,
Mr. Bryan is iudecd appearing in bor
rowed garments xvo may bo Buro that it
is not taken from tho back of an Ameri
can sheep. For that animal Mr. Bryan
has a rooted and grounded antipathy.
With a banker on the tail of the na
tional free silver ticket, and a banker
for treasurer of the national comniitteo
having the free Bilver crmpaign in charge
and a banker running for governor of
Missouri on a free silver platform, and a
banker candidate for congrees on a pop
ulist ticket in Kansas, and n banker
editing the ablest free-silver paper iu
the country, it looks very much as if
free silver orators would be compelled to
refrain front denouncing the banker, for
fear of throxring bombshells into their
This bill (Gorman-Wilson) brings to
the farmer ten dollars for every dollar
it takes from him. Hon. Wm.J. Bryan
Will Mr. Free-Trader Bryan kindly
explain, for the )enefit of American
farmers, exactly how they have? receix-ed
the "ten dollars" since ''this bill" came
into force. The farmers are pretty well
posted as to "every dollar" it has taken
away from them, but they are anxious
to hear a little about thoso "ten dollars
Will Mr. W. leanings Bryan please tell
The Pl.uxde.xle asks thelegislatnre to
elect Hon. Geo. W. Kiddle of this
county, spetker of the house when it
meets this coming session. Mr. Riddle
has had much experience in legislative
wort, and doubtless would make a gocd
presiding officer. The Pl.mndu.xler
claims this distinction for Douglas
Young Mr. Bryan's invasion of "the
enemy's country" was more damaging to
his own chances of election than to the
invaded territory. He went, ho saw,
but he did not conquer. Telecram.
It is explained by Maryland papers
that Senator Gorman's support of the
popocrat ticket is due to the expectation
of gil-aniziog his political poll in the
The New York Sun announces that
Hon. Bottrke Cockran will take the
stump for McKinley if wanted.
Our fine rain has laid the dust and pu
rified the air, thereby making it much
The farmers are all through threshing,
hence W. W. Shipley has been released
from the engine and has returned to the
Jas. Beckley passed through Yoncalla
this week en route to Elkton from Rose
burg, where he has been attending the
county fair, taking in the grandeur
Frank Cox has recovered and has been
seen on the streets again. However, be
is very weak yet.
Mr. Bell and wife have returned from
Gardiner. They report the weather
damp and cool down there now.
Ed Walker, Jesse Woodson, John Mc
Bee and John Jontshave arrived at
Bandon. It is their first trip to the
coast and they write back that they
were deceived in the duck nocd. I pre
sume it is not as large as they were con
templating that they would find it.
However, if they will jump into a skiff
and row over to the other side, my im
pression i, they .would find it as largo as
they have anticipated.
Mr. McBroom of the Koseburg Ke
view is in Yoncalla looking alter the in
terest of the paper, and Investigating
the votes that wi.'l be cast this fall, in
order that they be able to approximate
which way the lido will How in Novem
ber, when the candidates will be elected.
Card of Thanks.
Whereas, The Roseburg Rebekah
Lodge. No. 11, highly appreciates the
services rendered by all who took part
in the entertainment, "Triumph of Lovo'
given for the benefit of this lodge on the
evenings ot August 27th and 29th,
Resolved, that the thanks of this lodge
be aud are hereby tendered to all who bo
kimlly gave their time and sen-ice in
prejaring for and giving Eaid entertain
ment. Lumber for Sale or Trade.
If you havo dry coxvs or heiferB you
want to trade for lumlwr, or if you
want to buy a bill of any kind of fir
lumber, you will do well to address
P. O. box 125, Drain, Oregon.
For CUy Marshal.
I hereby respectfully announce myself
a candidate for re-election to the office
of city marshal of Roseburg, at the city
election to be held, October 5th, 1890,
J. B. C.XNNON.
Mr. C. D. Yonker, a well known drug
gist of Bowling Green, Onio, in speaking
of .Chamberlain's Remedy, says: "I take
pleasure in recommending it to my cus
tomers, for I am certain that it will al
ways please them. I sell inoro of it than
all other kinds put together." For sale
by A C. Marsters & Co.
At Fruitvale, September J9, I will
offer for sale at auction, farm impli-
merits, furniture and other household
goods for cash. Mrs. F. Gali.ou.
THE TRUE CAUSE OF HARD TlfiES
Explained By McKinley la His
Letter of Acceptance. - ,
Wo have eltberljeea end
ing too much out of the country or get
ting too little in, or both, Wo have lost
steadily in both directions. Our foreign
trade has been diminished and our do
mestic trado has suffered incalculable
loss. Does not this suggest tho causo of
our present depression, and indicatoits
remedy? Confidence m homo enter
prises has almost wholly disappeared.
Our shops aro closed, oi running on half
time at rednced wages and email profit,
if not actual loss. Our men at homo are
idlo and while they are idle men abroad
aro occupied in supplying us with goods.
Our unrivaled home market for tho
farmer has also greatly suffered becauee
those who constitute it tho'grcat army
of American wage earners aro xxithout
the work and wages they "formorly had
If they can not earn xvaea they can not
buy products. They caubot cam if they
havo no employment, and xxhen they do
not earn the farmer's home market is
lessened and impaired, aud the loss is
felt by both producer and consumer.
Tho loss of earning power nlono in this
country in the past three years is suffi
cient to havo produced our unfortunate
business situation. If our labor was well
employed, and employed at as remuner
ative wages as in 1S92, in a few months
every farmer in the land would feel the
glad change in the increased demand for
bis products and in the better prices
which he would receive.
NOT orEX MINTS HUT 01'EX MILLS.
It is not an increase iu the volume of
moncv which is tho need of tho time, but
an increase of confidence. Not more
coinage, but a more active u;e of the
money coiced. Not open mints for the
unlimited coinage of the silver of the
world, but open mills for the full and un
restricted labor of American working
men. The employment of our mints for
the coinage of tho silver of the world
would not bring the necessaries and com
forts of life Luck to our people. This will
only come with the employment of the
masses and such employment is certain
to follow the r.-e8tablisbmcnt of a wiso
protective policy which ehall encourage
manufacturing at home. Protection has
lost none of its virtue and importance.
The first duty of the republican party, if
restored to power in the country, will be
the enactment of a tariff law which will
raise all the money necessary to conduct
the government, economically and hon
estly administered, and so adjusted as to
give preference to home manufactures
and adequate protection to home labor
and the home market. We are not com
mitted to any special schedules or rates
of duty. They are and should be always
subject to change to meet; new condi
lions, but the principle upon which rates
of duty are imposed remains the same.
Our duties should always be high enough
to measure the difference between the
wages paid labor at home and in com
peting countries, and to adequately pro
tect American investments and Ameri
OCB FARM EES AND THE TARIFF.
Our farmers have been hurt by the
changes in our tariff legislation as se
verely as oir laborers and manufactur
ers, badly as they have suffered. The
republican platform wisely declares in
favor of such encouragement to our su
gar interests "as will lead to the pro
duction on American soil of all the sugar
which the American people use." It
promiies to our wqoI and woolen inter
eats "the most ample protection," t
guaranty that ought to commend itself
to every patriotic citizen. Never was a
more grievous wrong done the farmers of
our country than that so unjustly inflicted
during the past three years upon the
wool-growers of America. Although
among our most industrious and useful
citizens their interests have been practi
cally destroyed and our woolen manu
factures involved in similar disaster.
At no time within the past thirty-six
years, and perhaps never during any
previous period, have so many of our
woolen frctories been suspended as now,
The republican party can be relied upon
to correct these great wrongs, if again
entrusted with the control of congress.
A New Competitor.
San Francisco, .ent. 1. China has
thrown down tho gauntlet to the big coal
miners of the United States. The Amer
ican hark Colorado, which has just ar
rived in port, brought a mixed Bam pie
cargo of anthracite and manufacturing
coal, mined and made in the Tonquin
district. It was consigned to a coal deal
ing firm in this city, which promises to
push the Chinese fuel on the coast mar
ket at prices greatly below those which
Pennsylvania and WcIbIi coals of tho
same character are now bringing. Kx
amining experts have pronounced the
Tonquin coal almost inexhaustible. Tho
Chinese article is in tho market to stay,
it is said, at least as long as present con
Tonquin, sinco the Tonquin xxir, has
been under the control of the French,
and it is French capitol that is now de
veloping its mines, but the land is still
populated by Chinese labor that is cm
ployed in the mines, hence the ex
tremely low cost of production which
enable tho French oxvnera of the Ton
qui .nines to undersell the coal produ
cer ol other countries where labor is bet
"VJOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN THAT THE
undersigned wax on tho 10th dayof Augunt,
189G. dulr HDnolnted br tlm llnnnlv Cnurl i,(
Douglas County, Oregon, administrator ot the
estate Of Joel T. Thorn nOM Into nf mill mimic
deceased. All persons indebted to raid cstutc
iiro uercoy required to maito immeuialo pay
mcnt, and all persons having claims against the
said estate, aro required to prcicnt tho fame to
the undersigned at bin ofticc in Marsters Block
in Koiebure in said Count v and Kttp. within
six months from the date hereof.
uatcil at Koncuurg, Or., August 11th, 1800.
J. xx'. xvnifjiiT.
E. I). Stratford .t Administrator.
C. A. tiEHLBREDE,
Attorneys for Estate. al7t:
Qr. Price's Cream Baking Powdef
Forty Year the Standard
The Discovery Saved His Life.
Mr. G. Cailouette. Dtuggist, Beavors-
ville, III., says: "To Dr. King's Now
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
with La Grippe and triod all the phy
sicians for miles about, but of no avail,
and was given up and told I could not
live. IlaviugDr. King's Noxv Discov
ery in my storo I sent for a bottle and
began its use and from tho first do30 be
gan to get better, aud after using three
bottles was ut and about twain. It is
xvorth its weight in gold. Wo won't
keep store or house xvithout it." Get si
free Uial at A. C. Marsters' Drug Store.
Tho Free Trade policy of the United
Kingdom has resulted in doubling tho
direct taxation of the British people.
In 1841-42 it was X0 10s. Id. ($2.50) per
capita of tho population, and in 1893-06
it was XI 2s. 5d. (5.50) per capita.
This is tho way in xxhich "a Turitrfor
revenue only" diminishes tho burden of
In n recent letter to tho manufacturers
Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor of the Spec
tator, Hushford, N. Y., sys: "It may
be a pleasure to you to knoxv tho high
esteem in xvhich Chamberlain's medi
cines are held by tho pejple of your own
state, where they must be best known.
An aunt of mine, who resides at Dexter,
Iowa, was about to visit me a fexv years
since, and before leaving homo xvrote
me, asking if they were sold here, stit
ing if they were not she xvould bring a
quantity with her, as she did not like to
be without them." The medicines re
ferred to aro Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, famous for its cures of colds
and croup; Chamberlain's Pain Balm for
rheumatism, lama back, pi'ms in the
side and che3t, and Chaiuheiinin's Coiic,
Cholera and Didrrlnut Kemeily for
bowel complaints. Theso medicines
have been in constant tuo iu Iowa for
almost a quarter of a century. The peo
ple have learned that they are articles of
great worth and merit, and uncqttilf d
by any other. They are for sale here by
A. C. Miriters & Co.
I propose, by September lt, to open a
German-English day tchojl with thor
ough instruction in all the branches yt a
common school, provided a suftkietit
number of pupils for a term of fix
months is secured beforehand. Short
daily religious excrcirep, instruction in
Bible truth and the maintenance of
Christian discipline xvill bo a special
feature. Terras of tuition, 75 cents a
child per month; two children from oue
family, $1.40; three, $1.73; four, $2 00.
To poor children or orphans a jiart or the
whole of the tuition will le remitted.
For further particulars apply to or call on
J. J. Kern,
Opposite the Postoflice.
Its Value Recognized By Physicians.
As a rule I am opposed to proprietary
medicines Still I 'value a good one, es
pecially when such is the source of re
lief from pain. Asa topical external1
application I have found Chamber
Iain's Pain Balm the best remedy I have
ever used for neuralgia of any kind. I
have conscientiously recommended it to
many persons. William Horxe, M. D.,
Janesville, Wis. Sold by A. C. Mars
ters & Co.
City Treasurer's Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
holding Roseburg city warrants indorsed
prior to April 1, 1593, and also warrants
numbered 513 and 514 indorse! April 1,
1S93, to present the same at the city
treasurer's office in the city hall for pay
ment as interest will cease thereon after
the date of this notice.
Dated this 1st day of Sept., 1SD0, at
the City of Rceburg, Oregon.
J. A. Peukiss, City Treasurer.
ThU la Tour Opportunity.
On receipt of ten cents, cash or stamps
a generous sample will be mailed of the
most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Curo
(Ely's Cream Balm) sufficient to demon
strate tho great merits of the remedy.
CG Warren St., New York City.
Iter. John Reid, Jr.. of Great Falls Mont.,
recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. I
can emphasize his statement, "It is a posi
tive cure for catarrh if used as directed."
Rev. Francis W. Poole, Pastor Central Pres.
Church, Helena, Mont.
Ely's Cream Balm is tho acknowledged
curo for catarrh and contains no mercury
nor any injurious drug. Trice, 50 cents.
Must sell their immcu&o stock inside
of sixty days, regardless of cost. If any
one wishes to get bargains they must
call soon, 'as they mean business. This
is no humbug. If you doubt their word,
call and be convinced.
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 selling. Ad
dress S, care of Pl.uniikai.kh, Roseburg.
With Hood's Sarsapa
rilla,"SalcsTalk,"nnd show that this mcdi-
cino has enjoyed public confidence nnd
patronage to a greater cxtcntthnnnccoril
cd any other proprietary medicine. This
Is simply becauso it possesses greater
merit and produces greater cures than
any other. It is not what xvo say, but
what Hood's Sarsaparilla docs, that tells
tho story. All odxertisemcnts of Hood's
Sarsaparilla, liko Hood's Sarsaparilla it
self, aro honest. We havo never deceived
tho public, and this with Us supcrlativo
medicinal merit, Is why tho pcoplo havo
abiding confldenco in it, nnd buy
Almost to tho exclusion ot all others. Try It.
Prepared only hyC. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
i rx.ii arotnu omy I'liiii" i.iku
ind's Pillfi with Hood's Sarsaiurill.t.
Competition never worries im, I'WiiiiHa
wo "buy right" lumen "still tight."
Tho facts aro thnmi; ovory move In our
business is only iimilu uflur the mont
careful coiixiilointion, nothing left to
chauco. Shoes lutvo advanced in prlco
hut not with hp. Wo soil you u good oil
grain bIioo for l.'.'r and upwitnlti, flno
shoes in proportion. If you doubt us,
como and see us, convince yourself that
we havo what wo tnlvurtise. Wo don't
caru to do u'.l tho biisiuuHH in town, hut
xvant to get u sharo of it. Wo firmly
beliex'o that u concern that gix'eH its
customers exceptionally good valued In
every instance is bound to go ahead
year by year. Tins idea prevuils
throughout our entire business. Kvory
dollars xvorth of goods must give the
xvcarnr satisfaction, ex-en tho all wool
absolutely fast color $8.00 suits.
J. Aiiiiaiiam's Clothing House.
Cures Ninety-eight per cent, of all
cases of Consumption, In all Its
Although bv raanv believed to be Incura
ble, there is the evidence of hundreds of
living witnesses to the fact that, in all Its
earlier stages, consumption is a curable
disease. Not every case, but a large per
centage ot cases, ana we oeiieve. ruiiv co
percent, are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, ex-en after the disease
has progressed so far as to induce repeated
bleedings from the lungs, severe lingering
cough with copious expectoration (includ
ing tubercular matter), great loss of flesh
and extreme emaciation and weakness.
Do you doubt that hundreds of such cases
repotted to us as cured bv " Golden Med
ical Discovery " were genuine caies of that
dread and fatal disease ? You need not take
our word for it. They have, In nearly every
instance, been so pronounced by the.best
ana most experienced nome pnysicians,
who have no interest whatever in mis
renresentine them, and who were often
strongly prejudiced and advised against
a trial of ,fGolden Medical Discovery,"
but who have been forced to confess that
it surnasses. tn curative nower over this
fatal malady, all other medicines with
which they are acquainted. Nasty cod
liver oil and its filthy "emulsions" and
mixtures, had been tried in nearly all these
cases and had either utterlv failed to bene
fit, or had only seemed to benefit a little for
a snort time. Extract of malt, whisKey,
and various preparations of the hypophos
nhites bad also been faithfully tried tn vain.
The photographs of a large number of
IUV.X. V.Ult.U V VUUUUIJJMWU, UUWU4k-a
lingering coughs, asthma, chronic nasal
catarrh and kindred maladies, have been
skillfully reproduced in a book of 160
pages which will be mailed to you, on re
ceipt or auuic anu six ccuu in siamps.
Address for Book, World's Dispensary
Medical Association, BufTalo, N. Y,
Sept. 19 to Oct. 17,
mCSUTlST KSBKCS CF THE PlCiFK THIST
Fisheries, nines, Manu
portation, Trade and Com
merce will be represented
more completely than ever
Grand Band Concert Every
Afternoon and Evening-.
Ijtxcit lUiict i"r .Vitde on .1.'.'
1t cxl.il.it iicc, Hp!y to t.KO I
ItAkKl:. i.rvrinteniient, at the build-
d In?. E. C M.VSTEK, Socy
and ii the result ol colds and
sudden climatic changes.
It can be cured by a pleasant
remedy which is applied di
recUy into the nostril. Bo
ingqalckly absorbed It gives
relief at once.
Ely's Cream Balm
Is acknowledged to be the most thoronctt care for
Nasal Catarrh, Cold In Head and Hay Fever of all
remedies. It opens and cleanses the nasal passages,
allays pain and infiammaUon, heals the sores, pro
tects tho nicinbrano from colds, restores the senses
of taste and smell. Price 50c. at Druggists or by mail.
ELY UUOTIIEHS, 68 Warrcu Street, New York.
10 TIIK HONOKAI1I.K. THK COUNTY
Court nf PoiiKlH'i County. State of Orecon.
The unite rsigiutl lopil voters nnd residents of
Caiiyniivillo precinct, Pougtns Couuty, Oregon,
rvM'WtfulIy otitlun your honorable body to
gnini 10 x . u. Levens a license to sell spirituous,
malt aud vinous liquors in less iiiantitics than
oncnuurt iu said Canvomillc nrecinct. Douclas
County, OrcRon, for the term of ono year, that
Mim injiiiiuufia nui "IMM juur iionornuic
coin tor Mini license on me 1 1111 unv ol Septem
ber, iMW, at 10 o'clock .X. JI.
John Perdue, Jr., Alfred Wollenbcnr, Win.
l.win fl SI r,ifpr !).'it.uili T I Itnt.ih.
Eng. Utility. Ja.. M. Cox, J. II. Clements, lludj
Moore, A. XXorlcx, E. V. Parsley, P. Contey, S.
JI. Morean, C. 1.'. Cams, C. It. l.inillc. James
Canlncll, Andy Pool, C. I). Evans. John I
.xrzutT, J. xx . imrone, Jo. Aiiurls, II, BoUcn
bniisli. C. S. tilnseow. Johnnie Arzner. Z. C.
Hall. J. S ISonsoii. Chan. E. Tindall. J. A. Mc-
uuny, n in. iiiaiocK, is. 1.. i.ooRier, u nan, E.
(lazlcy, XX'. It. ltulcher, T. tl. Puboll, N. O.
Aiuro, u. a. sienarr, i.eo. n. Jiaie, xx. 11. Devon.-,
It. W. II. Slraitc, XV. J. Yokum, John T.
Hanks, P. A. Hauls, I). E. Pandev, Mark P.
Brliw. Andrew llrooks, J. C. tlibVs. Samuel
Hall, David Albro, Karl Kiniinel, W. K. Ilut-
ler. xx. r- tiriees jr.. r. u. xxoriev. Frank Don.
imint. Islo lliivls. Jos. A. Snviler. Jim W Itro.
mail, Frank Snrveut, XX. ll. Graham, Isaac
liiuiey. u. s. oicxvari, j. xx. 1001c, jai. iicns
mau, C. E. Roberts, J. W. Kamscy, J. U llullock,
K 1.. Perdue, John Perdue, Sen., Albert Toole,
XVIIy Cardxvcll. XX". A. llullock. N. Furlomr.
Thomas Kondcnu, A. S. Merrlmau, T. II. Mcr-
riman. II. MeaRher, J. u. l-orea, N. II. Bercy, F.
P. White. Chas. A. linker, C!eo. Ncuncr. Wm.
Perdue. J- XX'. Tiller. Thomas Tiller. Abo Olllbo.
J Ii. cloimh, Cha. Henlman, W. U Pexvnld.
Adam XXeiucr, J Ij. ltoyle, John JlcCorniick,
Frank MeCtiue, tleorge XX'orlcy, J. t!. HodRes,
ahuti iioieuuauRii. j. u. uarkcr, xx . a. narxcr,
I. XX". Barker. II. Hodecs. (Icorco Albro. A. L.
KIcc. X II. McUln, W. K. BriRKS, J. W. Wimcr,
(!eo. linllculmugh, S. llolleubaiiKli, Call Pubcll,
J. B. Cook,. I. F (lazley Jr.S. M. Parsley, C.N.
Iloxxard. J. K Ovcrstrcet, A. XX'. Stearns. James
Steams. O. II. lleyers, J. T. Mcl.tiln, John Jack-
sou.a. Jennings, rcier Lium.
RAPP'S DRUG 31 ORfc.
of 3 cakes.
RAPP'S DRUG STORE
f STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
HUB. P. U. McCI-ALLEN, Prop.
H2ADQUABTEES FOB TBAVZLHIS MEW.
Large, Fine Sample Rooms.
Free 'Bus to and From Trains. EOSEBoaB.
JOHN & LEE CO.
CHINESE and JAPANESE
Teas & Silk Goods
And Manufacturers of
GentH' SlilrtH Made to Order.
220 Main Street. - Stosebar?.
Next door to Hotel Van Hoaten.
229 Mortlsoti street, - Portland.
FROM TERMINAL OR INTERIOR T0INTS
Jhe) Northern) Pacific)
a the Line to Take
To all Points East and Sonth.
T U the DIKING CAR ROUTE. Itruna through
VKSTIBULED TRAINS EV1RY DAY
IN THK YEAS to
ST. PAUL and CHICAGO
(SO CHJLXGS 07 CABS)
Competed of Dining Cart Unnrpautd.
Pullman Driving Room Slteptrs,
Of Lateit Evdpaiot.
TOU1UST SLEEPING CABS
Best that can be constructed and In
which accommodations are both FRES
and FURNISHED to holders ol First or
Eecond-class Ticket, and
ELEGANT DAY COTJdIES
A Continuous line connecting with All Lines,
affording Direct and Uninterrupted Scrrlce.
Pullman Sleeper reserratlons can be secured In
advance through any agent of the road.
THROUGH TICKETS To and from all Points In
America, England and Europe can be purchased
at any Ticket Office of this Company.
trains, routes and other details furnished on
D. S. K. BVICE,
Local agent at Rofcbrg.Or., or
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant General Pssenrcr Agent,
No. 121 First St., cor. Washlneton,
Notice is hereby tiTen to all whom It hut eon.
em that I hvre appointed D. W. Btarns of Cala
pooia precinct Deputy Inspector of Stock for said
pncuici; posiocice aaaxtss, uaiiand; also A. jm
Chapman of Wilbur, and Raich Hmitti . t Rn..
bunr. to act daring ay absence, and other wll
be added as parties inspected make their deslrs
mown 10 me.
Roseburg, May 1th, 1SS7.
Inrectaor of Stock fa Doutlaa county. Or.
ested that the undersigned, L. XVilson and
Abncr Riddle, has been by the county court of
xvill of Richard Owens, deceaKd. and all per-
pvua un mg uiHimj apainsi me estate ot said
deceased must present the same with proper
VOtirhcK Hlfll- rnrlrin.1 n ..1.1 . .
their residence in Riddle precinct, Douglas
county, OrcRon, or to their attorney atRosc-
uiijs, uk;uu, nimiu 511 monuu irom tneaate
of this notice. Dated July 17, 1.
V ? WircfxV. IDVt-n ntnm t.
Executors, of the Estate of Richard Oxven,
Ira B. Kiddle,
Attorney for Executors.
HESHIN'S FRENCH FEMALE PILLS;
Containing Cotton Root and PennjrcjiL
iu tirt izl ant nliitii
Tiatli ttssly U IiixtmII
Metmln'a French Fa
malo Pills, tiara been
eold for orer twenty
years,and used by Thou
sands ot Ladies, who
haTe siren testimonials
that they are unexcelled,
as a specific monthly
medicine, for immediate,
relict ot Painful, and
Irregular Menses, Fe
male Weakness etc.
Price. 11.00 box, with
use -o scnsriTtrrts, os spurious iMrrATtoss,
WKSYIN CHEiHCMi CC Drraorr, Mica.
Sold by A. C. Marsters & Co.
This old reliable and
the most successful
Specialist in San Fran
Cisco, still continues to
cum all c..t
Seminal Diseases, such
Stricture, SyphlllU in
all its forms, Skin Dl-
Ity. I rn potency. Semi
nal Weakness and Loss
- " uiuuG auu raci, louoi memory.
nr?Ie3ir?VJStce' coughs, consumption, etc.
DR. GIBBON has practiced In San Francisco
fr.nhty y,e.aC 'a.088 troubled should S
fail to consult him and receive tho beneat of
his great skill and experience. The doctor
curcsxvhtmnlhprar.il f.l -"" "'ut
, , ...... ,ij nun. vurva guar
antccd. Persons cured at home. Charee
reasonable, full ...... "umv. vuarge
FcCo;ciI,.b0n 618 'K"ra,y Stntt' 5"
I I 1 1 HI ls II
I take A
I Toilet - Soaps
IN OUR WINDOW.
BP.O. ELKS, EOHKBUKG LODGE, NO. 335,
hold their regular communications at the
I of each month. AH member requested to at
tend rcjcuiariy, auu &11 vuiuug uiuuiciv wi
dlaliy ltiTltetl to attend.
........ ... tr m' t T.
C L.Z.L) I'AUIr-lUDll.l, C a
HERMAN MARKH, faecretary.
TvOUGLAS COUNCIL, NO. 21 JR. O. C. A. M-.
U meets erery Wednesday ereninz at 8
o'clock In the Old Masonic IlalL Visiting
brothers are cordially invited to attend.
C. B. CASIfOJf,
Gro. W. Pxs.nr, Councilor.
Recording Seers tary.
LAUREL LODGE, A. F. & A. M., REGULAR
meetings the 2d and 1th Wednesdays in
J. B. CawLnxLS, W. M.
C. W. Kisx, Scc'y.
TTMPQUA CHAPTER, NO. 1L E. A. M., HOLD
VJ their regular eonrocations atMasonie hall
on the first and third Tuesday of each month
Visiting companions are cordially invited.
K. L. MILLER, H. P.
Iii-DO&z Cae.0, Secretary.
PHILETARIAN LODGE, NO. 8, L O. O. F..
meets Saturday evening of each week at
their hall In Odd Fellow Temple at Roseburg.
Members of he order In good standing are invit
ed to attend. E. ile BROOM N. G.
F. G. Micelli .Sec'y.
UNION EX CAMPMENT, NO. 9, MEETS AT
Odd Fellows hall on second and fourth
Fridays of each month. Visiting brethren
are Invited to attend.
F.G. MICELLI, C. P.
JOi MICELLI, Scribe.
pOSEBURG LODGE, NO. 16, A. O. U. W.
meets the second and fourth Mondays of
each month at7:30 p. m. at Odd Fellows halL
Members of the order in good standing are in
vited to attend.
ENO POST, NO. 23, G. A. R.. MEETS THE
first and third Thursdays of each month.
WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS NO. 10, MEETS
firsts and third Thursdays in each
FARMS' ' ALLIANCE Regular Quarterly
Meeting's will be held at Grange Hall,
Roseburg, the first Friday in December, March
and Jane, and the third Friday in September.
p OSEBURG CHAPTER, NO. 8.O.E. S.. MEETS
the second and fourth Thursdays ot each
ALICE SHERIDAN, W. M.
p OSEBURG DIVISION NO 476. B. OF L. E.,
meets every second and fourth Sunday.
p OSEBUBG R. D. LODGE, NO. 41, 1. O, O. F.
meets on Tuesday evening of each week at
the Odd Fellows hall. Visiting sisters and
brethren are Invited to attend.
MARTHA PARRY, N. G.
ELA HENDRICKS, B. Sec
A LPHA LODGE. NO. 47, K. OF P.. MEETS
" erery Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows
Han. Visiting Knights In good standing cor
dially Invited to attend.
R. M. CONKXING, C. C.
I. B. RIDDLE, K. R. S.
0. R. & N.
Gives the Choice of
. Transcontinental . .
St. Panl Kansas City
low Katos to all Eastern Cities.
PORTLAND SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers leave Ainsworth dock, Portland, at S
p. m., every five days. Cabin. 15.00. steerage,
For full details call on or addres
v. c. iiO:NXor.
Agent, Roseburg, Oregon, or address
w. 11. TruiasBunrc,
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
Prejidnnt and Manager.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co.
Express trains leave Portland daily.
South I 1 v.-n
Lv. - Portland - Ar7
Lv. - Roseburg - Lv.
S2X a v
S:10 a. x
10:46 a. it.
at. - gan Francisco Lv.
6:00 r. js.
rM?0-?.?!?113 st?p, at Ea8t Portland. Oregon
arm 1 ,,T '"'""."anon, jcrar-
RhM A,hnT v JnncUon, Tangent
, - 0"-t vtwaniM, AicUU 4XUU TLX
Irom Roseburg to Ashland Inclusive
Itoseburs ?I all Daily.
SS'IaI' Portland - Ar. 1 4:40 r.
5iMr.f. Ar. Roseburg - Lv.! 8:00 a.
iSl- -Ly. - Portland - Ar. 1 10O5 A. stl
1. - oaiem - Lv. SSXJ a. m.
DINING CARS OJf OCDEX KOUTE.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
SECOND-CLASS SLEEPING CA11S
Attached to all Through Trains.
West Side Division.
llctween Portliuid and CorrsIUa
Mall train daily (cicept Sunday.
7:30. a. v I l v .
12:15 r.. Ar." .
l'ortland - Ar.
Corvallls - Lv.
i . "A "u V""1 connect with trains
of Oregon Central & Eastern railroad.
it 1 1 ... " : -
t-tvea mua uaiiy (except Sunday).
45 p.m. I Lv.
7:25 r. M. I Ar.
- Portland -
5:50 a. M.
Through Tickets to all 1'oiuu In
a.crn siate., Canada and
Europe can be obtained at low
cat rates from George Estes, Agcut
R. KOEHLER, E. P. ROGERS.
Manager. Asst. U. F. & Pass. Agen
PORTLAND ORE (JON.