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SEPTEMBER 7, 1S96.
OUR STANDARD BEARERS.
GARRET A. HOBART.
For Presidential Electors,
T. T. GEER, of Marion County.
S. M. YORAN, of Lane.
E. L. SMITH, of Wasco.
J. F. CAPLES. of Multnomah.
"It 1 Immaterial in mj Judgment
whether the -wool grower receives any
benefit from the tariff on wool or not;
whether he does or doea not . . . I am
for free wool." Extract from William
J. Bryan's ipeech In consr". January
27th, 1894; Concrestlonsd Kecoru 1'my
third Con jrre, second session. Vol. 36,
Vo. 36. p. 1354.
The third party ticket will wrest from
Bryan at least four Southern stales, viz.,
Kentucky, Maryland, Delaware and
West Virginia, with an even chance for
Missouri, Tennessee and Louisiana to
to for McKinley.
According to statistics the greatest per
capita of importations into this country
on which doty was collected was in 1501,
being fo.43. The nest greatest per cap
ita of duties collected was in 1S72 being
$5.23. The lowest per capita was in
1S14 being only 52 cents per capita.
The nomination of Senator Palmer of
Illinois for president, and Gen. Bockner
of Kentucky for vice-president, by the
Indianapolis democratic national con ven
lion, last Thursday will add to the
chances of McKinley and Hobart and
assures the election of the republican
nominees. This is generally conceded
by the sound money democrats of the
Senator John H. Mitchell made a
telling speech for republicanism at
Woodbarn last Friday. Mr. Mitchell in
that rpcech laid bare the real issues in
this campaign, viz., protection to Ameri
can labor, the integrity of the nation
the supremacy of law and order and
loyalty to constituted authority, All
else, including the silver question he
holds subordinate to these, the vital
paits of the nation.
John G. Carlisle, secretary of the
treasury of the United States, says that
we have now 020,000,000 of gold, H13,
000,000 cf silver legal tender dollars, and
$75,216,6771 subsidiary silver coin: which
are a legal tender not exceedinz ten do!
lara in any one payment, miking ;
grand total amount of coin money of
tl,121,210,677. To this add $500,000,000
paper money and we have a sum of $1,'
621,216,6. Allowing a man to couat
$60 per minute and work 10 hours er
day, it would take him more than 121
years to count it, or two men steadily
employed over 61 years to count it. We
state this, that our readers may get
something of an idea of so vast an
The Devi! Fish.
One peculiarly of the devil fish is, it
has the pswer to exude an inky sub
stance from its body that blackens the
water around it, and thus blinds its
pursuers and by that means it escapes
destruction by its enemies. The demo
populist party are pursuing a similar
course in politics. They have no means
of defense of their false positions on the
great and living issue, protection, but
that of forcing a (also alarm prefixed by
the word free. In 1892 it was free trade.
That was a winning card. The demo
crata are for anything that is free
from free whiskey down or up the line
to free silver. They can't go bfifore the
people and defend free trade. That is
an exploded issue. They can't make
that work so they switch offonfieeeil
ver, and with that hullabaloo tbey make
the air fairly bine. Tbey seem to think
that if they can keep the public mind
fixed on something to detract its attcn
tion from the real issue, protection
and devil fish like darken the
vision of the plain people and thus
elude them and escape their condemna
tion, they will succeed again in riding
Glorious Old Vermont.
Last Tuesday, Vermont, the old Green
Mountain State, "did herself proud" by
piling up the largest republican majority
ever given in her history, which footed
up 39,000. The only states holding elcc
in Octobor prior to thu presidential elec
tion are: Arkansas and Maine, Kept.,
7th, Georgia, Oct. 7th, Florida, Oct. Jitb.
TI19 presidential election this year will
be on TueaJay, the 3d day of November.
ricKlnley Club fleeting.
Friday evening as per call of the presi
dent, Geo. M. Brown, tho Roseburg Mc-
Kinlo Club met at the court houso and
elected L. Louchaty presidont, Judge
E. D. Stratford 1ft vice president,
J. W. Wright, second vice president,
J. 11. Shuie, secretary, mid . A.
Fritter, treasurer for tho ensuing year.
Tho roll was further increased with sig
natures till it now has over 400 names,
mostly of young men. Tho tourt house
wns well filled with an enthusiastic audi
ence, amongst whom tho ladies wero
quite conspicuous for numbers, about 33
Speeches were made by Messrs. C. A.
Sehlbrede, Siuion Caro, A. M. Crawford,
F. W. Benson. F. P.Tustin, L. A. Sanc
tuary, lVler Hume, D. S. K. Buick,
Jnd(:u Louhaiy, J. II. Sliupe, W. A.
Fratcr, M. McCoy, 12.1) Str atford and J.
The meeting was vciy enthusiastic
throughout. The speakers wbo ad
dressed the meeting though most of them
wero unused to public speaking, showed
that they were thinkers and were well
infoimed as to tho issues before them
Tbey went straight to the gist of the
matter without any attempt at dodging
the question. Thus coming from com
mon plain people who understand tbe
situation, it had a 'letter effect than or
nate speeches by professional speakers
who indulge too often in flights of oratory
and well rounded periods of rhetoric for
show, a la tho boy orator of the Platte,
"a thousand miles long and six inches
deep." President Loughary has ap
pointed the required committees for ex
ecutive work and the Roseburg McKin
ley club will, from now until the elec
tion do some efficient work. A glee club
has been organized an i will make the
campaign lively, interesting and iustrnc
tive. The ladies are entering into tho
campaigu work with a hearty good will
and will grace the club meetings with
Uieir presence and help on tbe good work
wuh their known potent influences.
Notwithstanding hard times the p.oplo
in the country have comparative good
times. Thay have plenty for all needed
creature comfort?. The hungry wolf
prowls not around their do?rs. During
the last few week j e editor has visited,
unbended, the homes of several farm
ers and found in every instance their
table supplied with abundance of those
things which ever epicures delight in.
Though this year their crops are below
the average, they have still a surplus of
grain acd vegetables; their orchards
yielding enough for home consumption
and some to spare, and the herds and
poultry an ample supply of their yield,
and abject want with them is a stranger
that never calls.
Mr. D. C. McWilliams a few miles
east of this city, who but a few years
ago came from Pennsylvania, became a
citizen of our county has made the
desert bloom and blossom as the rose
lie has, with that energy and push
characteristic of the citizens of the land
ofPenn, shown what intelligent man
agement and economy of labor acd
small capital can do, and as a result, is
now enjoying the fruits of his labor and
skill, lie has a fine farm, a good orch
ard and plenty of tine stock, and as a
consequence is in a prosperous condition,
living in peace and comfort, with a
happy and contented little family that
the wealth of a Roschild cannot buv.
Circuit Court Decisions.
Jude Fallcrton banded down for rec
ord Saturday, Sept 5th, the following de
In the case of John Hudson vs. W. W.
Card well, involving ti to lands in Sec.
17, Tp. 31, 15. 7 W., it was decreed that
the deed of plain'iff to defendant to the
undivided half of the land in dispute b:
canceled and set aside and that plaintiff
is the owner of the land described.
In the case of V. L. Bogart vs. C. II.
Maupin on a writ of review, it was de
creed that there is no error in the rec
ord and therefore that said proceedings
bs dismissed and the judgment of the
justice court allowed to Etand.
Not the Resigning Kind.
New York, Sept. 4 The Couiraeicial
Advertiser this evening prints the fol
lowing dispatch :
"Bath, Me., Sep!. 4. Editor Com
mercial Advertiser : Any statements or
inferences that I propose to "withdraw
from the democratic national ticket are
without foundation. I never had, and
have not now, tho remotest intention of
"Aimu k Skh ALL."
Uucklcit'H Anilcn Halve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands
Ctiillbains, Corns, and all skin Erup,
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 A Co.
At Fruitvale, September J'J, I will
offer for eale at auction, farm impli
rnents, farnitnro and other household
goods for cash. Mns. F. Gali.oi'.
Tho Oakland Milling Co. have thor
oughly overhauled their mill and built
an addition for storage, and are now pre
pared to receive and handle grain as fast
as it may come in, and that hereafter we
will give 40 pounds of our best flour for a
bushel of good wheat, and sell flour and
all kinds of mill feed for the lowest pos
sible price for rash only.
Oakland Milling Co.
Mr. Adam Heffoer and family, Mrs.
M. A. Chenoweth and Lizzie Brown,
who have been at Bandqn for tho last
month, returned Saturday, having had
a very enjoyablo time. Mr. Heffnor re
lets that the peoplo of Bandon are a
very sociable and hospitable people, and
did all possible to make visitors feel at
Editok PiiAiNDKALEi:: Of course, I
am thinking on tho silver question, and
would like you to explain one question.
Here it is as put down in your issuo of
AugUBt 31st, and tho sauio question will
bo found in all of the republican
speeches. "Upon investigation it is
found that seven-eighths of tho capital
of tho silver 'mines on this coast are
owned by English, Welsh, or French
capitalists. By tho freo and unlnnitod
coinage of silver it will about doublo thu
value of these mines to thoso foreign
capitalists." Now, will somebody please
explain how it doubles the value ot these
mines? We are quite sure that thoso
silver dollars will only ha worth 53 cents
ou the dollar; that is, if wo bIiouIJ want
to exchange them for gold or if we
should go to a gold country and buy
goods at the prico they are now
selling. So if thoso same capitalists
should take their silver dollars to France
they could only get 53 cents for them.
Why? If wo get freo coinage do you
suppose that our government will agree
to pay one dollar in gold for ev.-ry dollar
in silver? I hardly think so If tills
government did agree to pay 100 cents
iu gold for every silver dollar that was
returned to them, then those silver
mines woulJ about double iu value.
Do you think that we could sell our
wheat for what we aio now selling it for
and take our pay in silver? I don't
think we could; and why? Because as
soon as we went to buy goods of France
or England they would allow us only
about 53 cents for our silver dollars, and
thus we would get only about 20 cents
per bushel for our wheat. Does anybody
suppose that we would have to sell our
wheat for what wo are now selling
it for and take our pay m silver dollars?
I hardly think so. Why not ship it to
Liverpool and get just what wo are now
gct'ing, and in gold which would be
taken for 100 cents on the dollar any
where in the world? Could wo produce
any wheat cheaper tbau we are now
producing it, and at the same time pay
what we are paying for tea, coffee or any
thing else. No, not If we had fifty such
men as Bryan and a free coinage law to
each one of them. What do we need of
gold? What does the farmer need of
gold? Heldon't need it, but he does
need tea and coffee aud a number of
other things. And then there are not a
few of our farmers that have motgages
on their farms, and what does their
notes say it must lo paid in? Ten to
one it says in I'nited States gold coin
and that is what it will have to be paid
in or let the mortgage; have the farms,
One more question. What will other
countries give us for our silver dollars
under free coinage? Just what we are
giving Mexico, simply the bullion value
of silver. Gold is tho money of the
world and likely always will be. So,
farmers, that ib how you will have to
get your gold dollars to pay off those
gold notes. In closing I will say that I
think the day is late and times are too
hard to think of wild-cat schemes, es
penally those that give us no pro?pect
of good results. F. L. Fissey.
Council 22, of the Ameiicau Protective
Acsociation at Armory hall last Thurs
day evening had a grand rally on the
occasion cf presenting Rev. G. W
Black, pastor of the Baptist church of
this city, with a purse of money as a
token of their appreciation of his ser
vices as a minister and standing as a
citizen. There were two hundred men
and women present to do honor to tbe
revered gentlemen and hii estimable
wife, and show the esteem iu which
they are held in this community. The
entertaining exercises of the evening
were patriotic songs by the choir, an ad
dress by Hon. G. M. Brown, ex-district
attorney, and Judge . . I). Stratford
who made the presentation address
with the purse, and the response by
The addresses and response wore re
plete with sentiments ol fraternity, pa
trio'.ism and Christain charity. After
the intellectual feast which was grand
and invigorating, a lunch prepared by
the lady members of tbe order, in the
heighth of the cnlinary art, was served,
upon which the physical man feasted to
satiety. Tho whole program was one to
gladden the soul of intelligent men ai.d
women and would hive sent consterna
tion to the heart of the "stamper" aud
hisco-adjutors had they but cast an eye
over that assembly of Roseburg's staid
citizens which the ''stamper" has ta-
boed aB "highbinders." The evening
was one of the most enjoyable it has
been the good firtuno of the invited
guests to experience. The best of goctl
feeling pervaded tbe entire assembly
and peace and harmony prevailed. It
will be remembered as a very pleasant
episode in the lives of those wbo particl
pated in tho festivities on this highly
Normal at Drain.
Tho Normal School buildings at Drain
present a lively spectacle these doya.
Students are arriving on every train and
every day by wagons. The attendance
next Monday promises to be twenty per
cent larger than the opening day last
year. Already students have arrired
from "ttveral counties and by the first
of Oaober, the school will have a good
attendance. Two more teachers have
just been added to the faculty in antici
pation of the increased number. Pres
ent prospects indicalo a very succeesful
The Byrd Has Flown.
Tho proprietor of tho Doudas County
Star, Mr. Byrd, after wrestling with
free silver for several weeks got thrown
by a grape viue lock on him by
Claud Riddle, lato of the Review, who
raises, Phu'iiix like, from the ashes of
the Douglas County Slur, tho Riddle
Mile, and throws to the breeze the ban
ner of McKinley and Hobart. Success
to the Mile.
The Discovery Saved His Life.
Mr. G. Cailouette. Diugeist, Beavors-
villo, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my lifo. AVas taken
with La GrinDo and tried all tho phy
sicians for miles about, but of no avail,
and was given up and told I could not
live. HavingDr. Kings New Diecov
cry id my store I sent for a bottle and
began its use and from tho first doso be
gan to got better, and after using three
bottles was up and about again. It is
worth its weiirht in irold. Wo won't
keep store or houso without it." Get n
free Uial at A. C. Marslers' Drug Store.
Tho Free Trade uolicy of tho United
Kingdom has resulted in doubling the
direct taxation of tho British people.
In 1811-42 it was 0 10s. Id. ($2.50) per
capita of the population, aud iu lS'Jj-96
it was 1 2s. 5?.fd. ($5.50) per capita.
This is the way in which "a TurilTfor
revenue only" diminishes the burden of
In a recont letter to tho manufacturers
Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor of the Spec
tator, Rushford, N. Y, says: "It may
be a pleasure to you to know the high
esteom in which Chamberlain's medi
cines are held by the pojple of your own
state, where they must be best known.
An aunt of mine, who resides at Dexter,
Iowa, was abouUto visit me a few years
since, and before leaving home wrote
me, asking if they were sol.l hero, stat
ing if they were not sho would bring a
quantity with her, as alio did not like to
be without them." The medicines re
ferred to are Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, famous for its cures cf colds
and croup; Chamberlain's Pain Balm for
rheumatism, I.tma back, piins iu the
side and chest, and Chambuiiaiii's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrluei Remedy for
bowel complaints. These medicines
have been in constant use iu lown for
almost a quarter of a century. The peo
plo have learned that they aro articles of
great worth and merit, and uncqualed
by any other. They are for sale here by
A.C. MrrsteisA Co.
I propose, by September 1st, to open a
German-English day tchool with thor
ough instruction in all the branches of a
common school, provided a sufficient
number of pupils for a term of eix
months is secured beforehand. Short
daily religious exercises, instruction in
Bible truth and the maintenance of
Christian discipline will be a special
feature. Terms of tuition, 75 cents a
child per month; two children from one
family, $1.40; three, $1.75; four, $2 00.
To poor children or orphans a part or the
whole of the tnition will le remitted.
For further particulars apply to or cull on
q J. J. Kern,
Opposite the Postotlice.
Its Value Recognized By Physicians
As a rule I am opposed to proprietary
medicine.? Still I value a good one, es
pecially when such is tbe source of re
lief from pain. A3 a topical external
application I have found Chamber
lain's Pain Balm the best remedy I have
ever used for neuralgia of any kind. I
have conscientiously recommended it to
many persons. Wiluam Hoh.se, M. D.,
Janesville, Wis. Sold by A. C. Mars
ters A Co
City Treasurer's Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
holding Roseburg city warrants indorsed
prior to April 1, 159J, and also warrants
numbered 513 and 514 indorsed April 1,
1S03, to present the same at the city
treasurer's office in the city ball for pay
ment as interest will cease thereon after
the date of this notice.
Dated this 1st day of Sept., IS'.H"., at
tho City of Roseburg, Oregcn.
J. A. Peuki, City Treaiurtr.
This Is Your Opportunity.
On receipt of ten cents, cash or stamp,
a generous samplo will bo mailed of the
most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cnre
(Ely's Cream Balm) sufficient to demon
strate the great merits of tho rcnitdy.
5C Warren St., New York City.
Iter. John Rcid, Jr.. of Great Falls, Mont,
recommended Ely's Cream Balm to n;e. I
can emphasize his statement, "It is a posi
tire euro for catarrh if used as directed."
Iter. Francis W. Poole, Pastor Central Pres.
Church, Helena, Mont.
Ely's Cream Balm is tho acknowledged
cure for catarrh and contains no mercury
nor any injurious drag. Trice, 50 cents.
Must sell their immcuo stock inside,
of sixty days, regardless of .cost. If any
one wishes to get bargains tWey 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 the city olitoseburg, for sale cheap
for cash. Good location, good building
have private reasons for selling. Ad
dress S, care of Plaixdealeu. Roseburg.
With Hood's Sarsapa
rilla," Sales Talk," and
show that this medi
cine has enjoyed public confidence and
patronago to a greater extent than accord
ed any other proprietary medicine. This
is simply becauso it possesses greater
merit and produces greater cures than
any other. It Is not what wo say, but
what Hood's Sarsaparllla docs, that tells
tho story. All advertisements of Hood's
Sarsaparllla, like Hood's Sarsaparilla it
self, aro honest. Wo havo never deceived
thopubllc,and this with its superlative
medicinal merit, is why tho peoplo havo
abiding confidence in it, and buy
Almost to the exclusion of all others. Try It.
Prepared only by C I. HomlStV, Lourll. M'i-.
"77 "arc the only pill . t.. uk
HOOCl S FllIS with HooifsSauai-anlla
Competition never worries us, because
wo "buy right" hence "eell right."
Tho facts are these ; every move in our
business is only made after tho most
careful consideration, nothing loft to
chance. Shoes havo advanced in price
but not with us. We sell you a good oil
grain shoo for $1.25 and upwards, fine
Blioes in proportion. If you doubt us,
como and see us, convince yourself that
we have what we advertise. Wo don't
c.tre to do all the business in town, but
want to got a share of it. Wo (irmly
believe that a concern that gives its
customers exceptionally good values in
every instance is hound to go ahead
year by year. This idea prevails
throughout our entire business. Every
dollars worth of goods must give the
wearer satisfaction, even tho all wool
absolutely fast color $8.00 suits.
J. Aukaiiam's Clothing House.
Dried primes, apples and apiicots,
gieen fruits of all kinds. Oregon hams
and shoulders, alco Eastern hams.
Everything guaranteed. Groceries of
all kind?, und best qualities. Flour and
feed. Flour 75 cents jor sack. 10
pounds of lard 75 cents. Coos- Bay
cheese, full cream, large or small, in
any quantity. II. Easton defies all com
Several years ago I was taken with a
severe attack of flux. I was sick in bed
about ten days and could get nothing to
relieve me until I used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrlnei Remedy,
which cured me and has been a house
hold remedy with us ever since. J. C,
Maiiiow, Decaturville, Mo. For pale by
A. C. Marsters A Co.
15ois May lie Had (and sometimes
girls; for U ordinary service at wages;
(2) upon indenture, to work, attend
school, and be brought up somewhat as
your own ; and 13; children may be
had for legil adoption. Address, W. T.
G.vnnxEi:, Supt. Oregon Boys' and Girls'
Aid Society, l ortland.Or.
From' ell accounts Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is a Godsend to the
atllicted. There is no advertisement
about this; we feel just like saying it.
The Dkmociiat, Carrollton, Ky. For
eale by A. C. Marsters & Co.
If you have hay, grain, bacon, beef
cattle or a good buggy you wish to trade
for lumber, or if you wish to buy a bill of
first class fir or cedar lumber, you wil
save monev to call on Otto A. Anlacf
Subscribe for the Plaixdealeh.
Cures Ninety-eight per cent, of nil
cases of Consumption, in all It
Althouch bv raanv believed to be incura
ble. there is the evidence of hundreds of
living witnesses to the fact that, in all its
earlier stapes, consumption is a curable
disease. Not every case, but a large per
centare cf esses, and we beh'eve. fully cJ
percent, are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discover?-, even after the disease
has progressed so far as to induce repeated
bleedings from the lungs, severe lingering
cough with copious expectoration (iaclnd
in? tuoercuiar matter), great loss of nean
and extreme emaciation and weakness.
Do you doubt that hundreds of such cases
reported to us as cured bv " Golden Med
ical Discovery " were genuine cases 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
and most experienced home physicians,
who have no interest whatever in mis-
reoresentincr them, and who were often
strongly prejudiced and advised against
a trial 'of "Golden Medical Discovery,"
but who have been forced to confess that
it surpasses, in curative power 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 utterly failed to bene
fit, or had only seemed to benefit a little for
a short time. Extract of malt, whiskey.
and various preparations of the hypophos-
phitcs had also been faithfully tried in ram.
The photographs of a large number of
thow; cured of consumption, bronchitis.
lingering coughs, asthma, chronic nasal
catarrh and kindred maladies, have been
skillfully reproduced in a book of 160
paces wnicn will oe mailed to you, on re
ceipt of address and six cents in stamps,
Address for Book, World's Dispensary
Medical Association, BuiiJlo, ?s. .
and is the result of colds and
sudden climatic changes.
f Zs'6lfk ,Ji..1 1
It can be cored by a pleasant
remedy which is applied dl- I
rvcUy into the nostril. Be
ing quickly absorbed it gives
Ely's Cream Balm
is acknowledged to be the most thorough care for
Nasal Catarrh. Cold in Head and Hay FcTcr of all
remedies. It open. and cleanses the nasal passage,
alhys pain and inflammation, heals the sores, pro
tects me mcmorane irom com?, restores me senses
of taste and smell. ITicc sec. at Urnsgifts or by mail.
ELY BUOTUERS, W Warren Street, New yort
MESMIN'S FRENCH FEMALE PILLS:
Containing Cotton Root and Pennyroyal.
rtjttr. tzl s:itnUiili
Mesmin'B French Fa
malo Pills, haio been
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sancs or Lames, woo
havo civen testimonials
that they arc unexcelled,
tts a rpcema monuuy
medicine, for immediate
relief ot Painlnl, and
Irregular Menses, l'o
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Sold by A. C. Marsters & Co.
Mineral, Railroad. Aricultural.
H- C. POTTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1100 (i bt., N. W. WaihiUKlou, 1). V.
For niHiiy j cars in tho (icncral Land Office.
KxnmlniT "f Contois. .Mineral vs. Mineral as
llnHtoml mid Amicultnml claims, and Lato
Chief ol thu Mlucru UUlsluu.
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS, f
MRS. D. C. McCLALLEN, Prop.
HSADQUAETEES FOB TRAVELING MEH.
Large, Fine, Sample Booms.
Krce 'Bus to and From Trains. EOSEBUEG.
JOHtt & LEE CO.
CHINESE and JAPANESE
Teas & Silk Goods
And Manufacturers of
UeutB' HliIrtH Made to Order.
120 .Main Street. - Koscburc
Next door to Hotel Van Houten.
229 SIortlHon Street, - Iortland
FROM TERMINAL- OR INTERIOR P0LNT8
The) Northerh) Pacific)
Is the Line to Take
To all Points East and South.
T is the DININQ CAR ROUTE. Itruns through
VESTIBULED TRAINS EVERY DAY
IN TIIE YEAR to
8T. PAUL and CHICAGO
(NO CUAKOK or CABS)
Composed ol Dining Cars Unsurpassed,
Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers,
Of Latest Equipment,
TOU11IST SI.EEPJHG CAItS
Best that can bo constructed and In
which accommodations are both FREE
and FURNISHED to holders of First or
Second-chua Tlcrcti. and
EI.EGAXT DAY COUCHES
A Continuous Line connecting with All Lines,
affording Direct and Uninterrupted Service.
Pullman Sleeper reservations can be secured in
advance through any agent of tbe road.
THROUCH TICKETS To and from aU Points is
America, England and Europe can be purchased
at any Ticket Office of this Company.
Full information concerning rates, time of
1 n. . - .1 : 1 . 1
D. 8. K. BUICK,
Local agent at Rosebrg.Or., or
A. D. CIX.VItt.TOX,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
No. 121 First St., cor. Washlntfon,
Sept. 19 to Oct. 17,
VI CSUTIST SiMSCES Cf Tat PACIFIC KOJTmST
"" - Flshprf(. nin Man, 1
: f3cture5,nachinery,Tran5- 1
: portauon, Trade and Com- 1
merce will be represented '
; : more completely than ever
Grand Band Concert Every
Afternoon and Evening.
Iauat Kutet Erer Made on All Traai
For exhibit pace, apply to tJEO. L
BAKER, Superintendent, at the build-
A ins. E. C. JIASTEN. Secy.
VTOTlrE I IIKRKRV lilVVV T1I1T Ttti.-
undersigned was on the 10th day ol August.
r.-v, njJiVlultu UJ IUC tOlUUy l-OUri Ol
, ........ , v.. ... ,v u( m WUUIJ,
deceased. All persons indebted to said estate
arc hereby required to make immediate pay
ment, n& all persons having claims against the
said estate, are required to present the same to
my imuasisucu ai ms omce in -Maulers Block
in Roseburg in vald County and State, within
at. U1UUIU5 injm iui uaie nervvl.
Dated at RofCbnrg, Or., August ltth. l&K.
v. , , J- W. WRIGHT.
L. I), stbatford Jfc Administrator
C. A. Sehlbrede,
Attorneys (or Estate. i;t5
n) THE HONORABLE, THE COUNTY
-1- Court of Douclas Countv. Staio .if firron
The undersigned lcsal voters aud residents ol
Canyonville preciuot, Douglas County, Oregon
respectfully petition your honorable body to
grant to W. C. Levens a license to sell spirituous,
malt and vinous liquors in less quantities thau
one quart in said Canyom ille precinct, Douglas
County. Oregon, for the term of one yvar, that
r'"" "i u jour nouoraWc
ram 'i 'u utvuju uu me in uav ol iten
bcr.iSW, at 10 o'clock A.M. ' 1 "
John Perdue, Jr., Alfred Wollcnlvrg. Win
Eug. Buntr, J. M. Cox, J. II. Clement", llS"
M. Morgan, C. E. Carns, C. 1. UnlUo, Jkmn
vnmnin, .-vunv i wi, v.. 11. KVailS, John l
imusu. v. c. uiakuw, joaiiuie Aranor. Z 1
Ball. J. S. Beiin Chaa. K. Tlndall, i. A. Mo
Cully, Wm. Blalock. K. L. Cooglcr, U lull K
Gazley, W. K. Butcher, T. G. DuNdl, N ,
Albro.B A. Stewart. Geo, M. 1UW. W. II. 1
vorc.R.W.H. Stratte, W. J. Yokum John -r
Hanks, 1. A. Hanls.'D. K. l'arsli", MtW lY
Bricgs. Andrew Brook. J. i Gltdw sim.i
Ball. David All.ro. Karl Ktmm" . W K iVii!
.,. ouitier, J hi, tv. III...
i?AVW iX"1!1' .W:.X ,'."'. C
'! i I y"1! UHl o, J Holla
man, tr. E. Roberts, J. W. Uamoy, J I "I.M,J,V
U ..Perdue, John Perdue. Son Va owl Vk, V
Wily Cardwell. W. A. ll.'ilKvk'. N r., o S'
AienbauKh.TG Z - ' flX?.
J. W. Barker. II. II.hIko., Ilru Al .m v i
Steams. O. II. lliy",; J. 'i'V Mel alii lVil.Ii ? !
BArriST Chdbcii corner of Lauc and Res
trcets. Sunday Service: Preaching, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Young People's Union, 630 p.m.;
Mrs. E. W. Black, President; Sunday School, 10
c m.; James Chamberlain, Supcriutendeu
Prayer Meeting, Thursday evening at 730.
Rev. G. W. Black Pastor.
Residence, No. S21 Main Street.
MxTflODisT Chcech corner of Main and Lane
street. Sunday Service: Preaching, 11 a, m
and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath school, 10 a. m.: F.
W. Woollcy, Superintendent; Class Meeting at
close of the morning service; Xpworth League
6:30 p. m. Claro Hume, President. Prayer Meet
ing, Wednesday, at 7:30 p. m.
Kxv. O. W. KZ3K3DT, Pastor.
Parsonage, corner Main and Lane.
Fexsbttiriak Chubch corner of Cass and
Rose streets. Sunday Service: Pcplic worship,
sm. and 730 p. m.; Sabbath School, 10 a. m.;
y. p. 8. C. Z., 7 p. m. Trayer Meeting, Wednes
day, 7:30 p. m.
it. B. Dilworth, Pastor.
BP.O. ELKS, ROSEBURG LODGE, NO. SB,
hold their regular communications at the
I. O. O. F. hall on second and fourth Thursday
of each month. AH members requested to at
tend regularly, and ail visiting brothers cor
dlaUy invited to attend.
FRED PAGE-TUSTIN, E. R
HERMAN MARKS, Secretary.
brothers arc cordiaUv invited to attend.
C. B. CaSNOK,
Geo. W. Peery, Councilor.
LAUREL LODGE, A. F. & A. 11., REGULAR
meetings the 2d and 1th Wednesdays in
J. B. Cawlfield, n. si.
C. W. Kibx, Sec'y.
TTMPQUA CHAPTER, NO. 11. R- A. M., HOLD
their regular convocations at Masonic hall
.... l. a . .Li 1 rf 1 i V-
u tuo uia. uiu iuuu x ucauaj ui eucu uiuu.u
Visiting companions are cordially invited.-
K. L. 3IILLER,-n. P.
Isadobe Caro, Secretary.
pHILETARIAN LODGE. NO. 8, L O. O. F.,
meets Saturday evening of each week at
Members of he order In good standing are invit
ed to attend. E. McBEOOM N. G.
F. G. Micelll .Sec'y.
TP'JSfi ENCAMPMENT, NO. 9, MEETS AT
Odd YfUnvrn hall e.n .w..nl , tw
' - u.'ul. UiU lUUi.U
FrlOATa nf pal-h mnfith VI. III., t it.
arc invited to attend.
r.U. MICELLI, CP.
JOa. MICELLI, Scribe.
ROSEBURG LODGE, NO. 1, A. O. U. W.
meets the second and fourth Mondays of
each month 117:20 p. m. at Odd Fellows haU.
Members of the order in good standing are In
vited to attend.
T ENO POST, N0.29, O. A. B., MEETM THE
lint and third Thorsdaya of each month.
WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS NO. 1X, MEETS
firsts and third Thursdays in each
FARME ALLIANCE Regular Quarterly
Meeting s will be held at Grange HaU.
Roseburg, the first Friday In December, March
and Jane, and the third Friday In September.
TJ OSEBURG CHAPTER, NO. 8. 0. E. S-. MEETS
the second and fourth Thursdays of each
AUCE SHERIDAN, W. M.
ROSEBURG DIVISION NO iTC. B. OF LZ,
meets every second and fourth Sunday.
p OSEBUBG R. D. LODGE. NO. , L O, O. F.
nseeta on Tuesday evening of each week at
the Odd Fellows halL Viattng staters and
orethren are invited to attend.
MARTHA PARRY, N. G.
ELA HENDRICKS. E. Sec
ALPHA LODGE, NO. 17, K. OF P.. MEETS
every Wednesday evening at Odd FeBows
HaH. Visiting Knights la good standing cor
dially invited to attend.
R. M. CONKXING. C. a
0. & & li
10 THE EAST
Gives the Choice of
. . Transcontinental . .
Low Kates to all Eastern Cities.
PORTLAND SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers leave Ainsworth deck. Pertlasd, at 5
p. m.. every rive days. Cabin. $iW, steerage,
For full details call on or aJdres
A". C. LONDON',
Agent, Ease bars:, Oregon, or address
W. IT. HXTlilB TJXil.
General Passenger Agent, rorUattd. Oregon.
Proidnnt and Manager.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co.
EPrs trains leavt Portland daily.
53 A. X.
10:45 a. x.
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Woat Side Division.
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