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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1896)
In loving rcutemberauco of little
Charley, infant eon of Mr. and Mrs. Gay
Keed, of Garden Vu'ley, who died .Sept
ember 7, ISM, used tlneo yearn, unu
month and nine d i s :
Loving frienda weep not for me,
I Ions to Iks at rest.
How lippy, uappy I eball be
When pillowed on my Savior's bteabl.
ISvas pad to tee tbee breathe thy lust,
Hut JesiiH lovingly said conio.
Now lliv M.fferiiiK all are past
And thy sweet spirit rests nt homo.
Oh, the hope, tho horo is tweet. (
That we toon in heaven may meet.
There e all shall hajipy be
Rest from pain and or.-ow fiee. !
A precious one fioru us bad gone, j
A voice we loved is s illeil ; j
A place is vacant in our lioiue j
Vh:ch never can be filled.
God in his wisdom has lecalled
Tho bcon his love had given ;
And though the bly moulders here.
The soal is sife in Heaven. ,
A SILVER .MINE OWNER
Declares that Silver Cannot be Made
Worth $1.29 Per Ounce.
Henry Kippenberg of Montana, pre? i
dential elector on the republican ticket,
in his letter of acceptance eaj e :
In my opiuiou it would be worth
millions of good money to Montana if
the state should cast its electoral vote
tor McKinley and Hobart and tend
Gsddard to coDgrers. To stand by na
tional honor an J patriotic duty is to sow
the sted that spiingi up anl beara au
hundred fold, and brings gladness to
every honest man, woman and child.
Never had Montana such au oppor
tunity as the present time to raise the
credit of her people; that all ttatei
should respect her iu yeais to come.
Under the conditions hich dot prevail
in the commercial world the silver en
thusiast loses tight of one very itniort
an; elemeutary principle, namely, that
values cannot be created by legislation.
My silver, tcday, is worth 35 cents per
ounce, and it is the heighlh of absurdity
to say that tbou!J the congress of the
United states pass a bill, and the presi
dent affix his tiaature to it, the taaio
silver would be worth $l.2s). These
catnmeraial values are fiaed, not by
legislation, hot by the laws of trade,
which are world wide in application,
and as inexorable and immutable as the
laws of gravitation. Jnst as weil
might we espsct, in this country, to es
tablish by legislation a new law of gravi
titioa, as to say that by legislation we
cocld mate silver worth more than the
commercial world 5ays it is worth. The
monetary system is universal and is
fixed by the laws of trade and commerce.
There is no such thing, as a national
monetary system. There is no inch
thing as a national law of trade and
commerce. Supply and demand is uni
versal. Protection is national and ra:t le de
termined, absolutely, by national legis
lation. The American congress can do
nothing for Bit r-ilver, bat it can open
the mills and the factories of the country
by protection. Believing, firmly, that
the national repoiisan partr in this
great political contest is ritht, I have
confidence in the honesty of the Ameri
can people that leads me to believe that
victorv will be onrs on November 3rd.
The highest claim f jr other
fr W4 tobaccos tr, "Just as
good as Durham."
livery old smoker
knows there h none just
as good as
Smoking fobacco J
k'on will find "one coupon' inside
each two ounce lxig.nml two cou
pons irmic each tour ounce
Imo! Hlactwch s Durham.
Ituy a bag of this cele
brated toU-cronnd read the
! coupon which kivcs n list
of valuable presents mid bow
to get them
THE THIRD ADDITION
The IfolVC Farm, cast of town, has beeu plat
ted aud is now 011 the market in Lots and Blocks containing
' 3, 20, 30, and 40 acres, ranging in price from $25 to $100
j per acre.
Any one wanting a fruit, vegetable or chicken farm
or a suburban home can ifow be accommodated on easy
All lots sold iu First Brookside addition have more
than doubled iu value. The prospect is much better for
the future. More fortunes are made in lauds near a grow
ing town or city than any other way. Siczc the oppor
For information or conveyance, call at ouy Real
hstate Office, or on
& T. BELDE Propr.
S. N. BOYD,
EIGHT PRESIDENTIAL TICKETS.
Pay Your Money and Take Your
There are eight presidential tickets to
far in the field. Here they are :
1. Prohibition party national ticket,
nominated at Pittsburgh, May 27 For
president, Joshua Levering, of Mary
land; lor vica president, Hale Johnson,
2. National party national ticsc',
nominated at Pittsburgh, May 23, by se
ceding '"broad guige" or free filver pro
hibitionists For president, He v. Char.
E. Beatly, of Nebraska; for vice-prei-dent,
James Haywood Soatbgaie, of
3. Republican party national ticket,
nominated at St. Louis, June IS Fcr
president, Willi im McKinley, of Ohio;
for vice president, Garrett Augustas Ho
bart, of New Jersey.
4. Socilit-Lbor party national
ticket nominated in New York city,
July 4 For pre-ideat, Cnaa. H. 3Iatch
e:t, ofNe- York; for vice pretident,
Matthew Magnire, of New Jersey.
5 Democratic natioml ticket, nomi
nated at Chicago, Julv 10-11 For presi
dent, William Jennings Bryan, of Ne
braska; for vice president, Arthur Sew
ail, of Maine.
G. Populist party national ticket,
nominated at St. Louis, July 2t)-27 For
president, William Jennings Brian, of
Njbraska; for vies president, Thotiue
E. Watson, of ieorgia.
7. American silver pirty national
ticket, indorsed at St. Louis, July 20
For president, William Jennings Bryan,
of Nebraska ; for vice president, Arthur
Bewail, of Maine.
8. Indianapolis "National Democrat
ic" ticket, nominated at Indiauapjlis,
September 3 For preeident, John Mc
Anley Palmer, of Illinois; for vico preei
dent, Simon Boliver Bockner, of Ken
tucky. The election ih Florida caino off last
Tuesday. The vote shows a heavy fall
ing off of the democratic vote. Tho vote
B'j far as canvassed gives lUoxham,
democrat, for governor, 10,030 majority
over Gunby, republican, and has prob
ably a plurality of 23,000 votes. By tbia
vote the amendment to the etata const i
1'ition abounding the October election?,
The Central House.
W. H. fiordun ia now the proprietor of
this popular houEe. The tabic will be
fsuppliod with the licet in tho market
i!Ool livh and cutirtfoue treatment
Meals 15 cento, and btds the tainu ralcj
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Crockery, Glass aud Delfware, Tobacco aud Cigars,
Toys, Notions and Fane- Goods.
Higest Prices Paid for Country Produce of All Kinds.
l-'ineHt Line of TEAS In the City. Vtu.c -rou 1 Vt. 10c ir t.
AX EXTRA INDUCEMENT..
I win: your tr-c, ami lo
a an iaJaccacat to cet it to
t scaie the follow in; lib- IS
era! ftSvz: Call sad I will I
preson: joe with a card i
lile the one printed or- :
7alto. ami when ibe
cxnl ii col up joa mi j :
MXrc lix portrs.t.
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i-LKiiiAsu paacaci oat to 12c amount cl 119.
aaJ TOO can hare a Ute-lUi Fortratt. Craron tr
Vatr Color Tinti. from acr pWtrapa or lintjrp )ou
Wc further astute jou that :f the ;urtrait fi aot at
itfactorr jxw nd cot accept it.
We ;ne you the jo: trai! ri:KE. jou f aj onlj (or
Tkf ri: o the friic. ds. etc.. -ill t-c a: hok
ale coit rritet.
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Ca!I aai .e pLcj ol thec laaUfal rort.-ait" dijriiaict! in :nv .ho window l t
cc proem joo ui.a a fa iKiti. t cry truly jours.
f orr.er Jacloa aad Caa slrctt. IIO5EBIT.0. OK
I". H. I hav oa band a Ixrxe usonctnt of BOOKS. uitU'e for both iarft aal in-.all ttii-
2, a;u 1 ie;i a: wno.eaaie pnets- Tcccanre lot lor laic rtry cheap.
Alexander d Stroiig
Bet. Oalc and Washington.
320 and 323 Jackeon St.
JTn I PJ3 PRR Iritcst tad Btl Atsortiatnl erer
I I J ILL 1 ill 1 brouxht to Boutbcrn OitRon and
A Large and Elttant Line
We call the attention of our
friends to our beauti
ful stock of
Bed Room Sets
Parlor and Diniug Chairs
Rugs and Carpets
And all Household
Our Stock is
Unexcelled by Any House
South of Portland.
ALEXANDER 5 STRONG
NO TROUBLE TO
A. C. Hoxie,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Goods delivered free to all i
parts of tlic city. Leave j
your orders with me and i
save money. Roseburg, Or. j
Attorney at Law,
Houin Muntcrs Uulldlus, KOSEBUltU, OB.
jap-Busiucss before the V. B. Laud Offlco and
ruiniiiK eaten h specialty.
I.tu Kccclvcr U. B. Land Office.
GKUKUK M. BK0W.V.
JROWN & TUSTIN,
KoomH 7 and 8
T i WllMin Illock.
YY g R. WILLIS,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Wilt practice In all tha murta of the State. Of
See In the Cuart Ilouae, Douglas countf , Or.
Q A. SBHLBRBDE,
Attorney at Law,
Oiflcc Tcr the ruatofflce on Jackaon itrtet.
Yy W. CAHDWEIX,
Attorney at Law,
J. F. BARKER & CO.
A aptoial brand jt unadulterated Te. l)u
la Lavinjc a large nale Newtjlii
Glass and Delf Ware
at 4itonlhin j low pricei. Oar own canned
ioma.n are Tery popular.
La Paiette Link. Judgk L. Locohit
JANE & LOTJGHARY,
Attorneys it Counselors at Law
Vr ill practice In alt tbe rourU of Orrgon. Of
Ue In the Tm jlur-Wilwn block.
Attorney at Law,
Kioimn . ami i
Tatlor Ae Wilton BI(k:I.
Jp'RA BROWN, M. D.
tKf ICE. .' JacLtou frtrfet, at if
Menccot !in. J Blricr.
KOiEBl KS. OR.
L. BRADLEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgcou.
OScv lluut, fiom li toS r.u.
fa lor A. H Uoa U:ick KOSEBURO,
Physician and Surgeon
tt. s. Kiatulnhig Surgeon.)
OFFK'K. lto-inn 6 and T 5it.r- BuiMlnr.
Kcaidcucc. Firttiloor tftilh of fn. Currler'i
rfrial attrstion ta.iutfirr auii tha
ywuo o. n omen.
j" J. OZIAN, ?U D.,
Phsiciau and Surgeon,
02cc la S. itarkj A Co. Block, a plain.
Ca.u prorapaj- taincrcl day or nisht.
L. MILLER. M. D.,
Surgeon and Hoinceopathio
taTCbronii diieura a ttaltr.
mi a Xolnry l'nbllc.
Orricr: In Court How.
urdcn for iatxtxlsr an.1 Field Xotei ihould
w wuiiMoi m i, in i . iicjuoa, toaatT sur
U H. Deputy mucral Hnntjor
ntitl Notary Iubllc.
Orrtcr Louaty Jail Buildlnr, up italr.
Sreclal a!rnt!nn na!i! ?n Trirtilm mnA
NEW FEED STORE
CAWLF1ELD & CAWLFIELO
HaCj .: opened a tirt-cla?s Feci Store and
bare on band a larse invoice ol tbe beat
Rotburg and Valler Flour, Baled liar. Grain
and Fctd of all klnda. Ail pnrcbaw-j delirt red
tree. Cor. Cass and Rose street.
JERRY J. WILSOrt,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
.zh jacknott Street,
At Luerw:n ( isr Factory. ROSKBCRG.
All ItcpalrltiK cutruatcil (o
uiy care will fjc rBOMPTI.v and
1'KH. KS UEAMt.NAIILK.
JERRY J. WILSON. Propr.
.PuctXKtor to SKNATE SALOON.'
A rOrtTI.AK KICHOUT.
Oholcc Clu&n nud all kinds of Temperance
Drinks constantly on bond.
Kcmoicd from cor. Onk and Jackson to
rAKHOTT BUILDING, .IS JACKSON STREET.
Eaitly, Quickly and Permanently Restored.
Cxlidiuted E.NOUfa RllIIDr
It Is sold on a pojitlto
Kuaranteo to euro any
form of ncrrous pros
tratioaor any disorder
cf tho genital orgaasof
either sex, caused
br riressiro uso of Affnr,
Alrohnl nr Onium. or on account
or yoatbfal IndiFcretion or orer Indulgence etc..
Diriiness. Conrulsions. WaktfDlnes. Headache.
Mtntal De prcMion. (MiftrninK of the llrain. Weak
Memory. Hearing; Down Tains, Pcminal Weskne fs.
Hysteria. Nocturnal Emissions, Spermatorrhea,
Ufsnf Toner and Impotency, wbich if neglected,
rcay Ictd to proruaturo old ago and insanity.
1 rsitlTBly guaranteed. lrice. $1.00 a box: 0 boies
for J.s.OO. gCnt by rnail on receipt of rrlcr. A written
guarantee furnished with erery $5.00 order recelttd.
to reruad the money It a permanent cure is not
'NEKVIA MEDICINE CO.. Detroit, UJcB.
Sold by A.C. Marstera & Co.
We arc always in the Lead, nd mean to
Tbe Golden Harvest i upon ua, and farm
en are smiling because Woodward
Iooia to their intereit.
These are all Leather and Warranted.
At Reduced Price.
Consult your pane and be lure and ih
Woodward before baying.
W. G. WOODWARD
E C. STANTON
Has jist reetitrd a nsw and rxtenslTe stock a
DRY : GOODS
Ladies' Dress Goods. Ribbons, TrimniiBcs,
Laces, F.tc, Etc
- also a rrur stock or-
BOOTS AID SHOES
Of tha best quality and finish.
Wood, Willow and Glisa Hare,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc,
A! on bnd in Ifcrj quUll and t prices k
jtm tne uzne. Alw a urje rtoec or
Which is offered at eust prW. A foil aed
select stock of
CWutantly on hand. Alsotif
LATKST .NOVKLTIZS IX STAT10XKEJ
General scent for eerr raifetr ot snbaeriction
Books and periodicals published in th United
States. Tervoos wlshins; reading matter of any
unu will do lo glTe me a call.
HESMIN'S FRENCH FEMALE PiLLS.
Gcatalnlcg Cotton Root asd Pennjroyil
Tsx Limr nxxTS.
its tut all ;it rtilU
Mesniin'a French Fe-
rsale Fills, bare been
sold for orer reaty
j eart-and used by Tfcos-
55s, lands of Ladies, who
V. rt..i fttaionials
that they are ones celled,
as a specific monthly
cedidne. for immediate
relief of Painful, and
Irregular Menses. i"e
rsale Weaknese etc
rrice. COO a box. with
rir.r no snuTrrcTxa, o BTcniotra JinraTioMi
US&llif CHEMICAL CO. SriBorr, Vies.
Sold by A. C. Marsters & Co.
Aincral, Railroad. Aricultural,
H- G. POTTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
HOC 0 St.. K. W. Washington, I). O.
For many years In the General Land Office.
Examiner of Contents, Mineral vs. Mineral as
Railroad and Agricultural claims, and Late
Chief of tho Miner Division.
Notice is hereby Khm to all pcis.ms inter
ested that the undcrsiKncd. V. L. Wilson and
Abncr Kiddie, has been by the county court of
Douglas county, appointed csccutors of the
will of Richard Owens, deceased, and all per
sons having cl&lmi ni.'aint the citate of said
deceased must present the same with proper
voucher duly crifiol to said executors at
their residence in Kiddle precinct, Douglas
county, Oregon, or to their attorney at Koe
liiirtr, Oregon, uithiu si months from the date
ot this notice. Dated July 17, lSX.
W. L. WILSON and ABNKK KIDDLE,
Executors' of the ltatc of Richard Owen,
Ira B. KlDDl.F,
Attorney for Executors.
j. STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
JIR8. D. C. MlCI.AI.LEN. l'roj.
HEADQUARTERS FOR TBAVEUNO MEN.
his is the Place
A full and complete assortment
of all goods usually kept iu a first
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
aud sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.
New York Cash Store,
Law, Fltto rsmplr Rinin.
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 what we give to every cus
toiner, 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 arc uot here for a day
or for a month.
We are Here to Stay.
Free Has tu and From Traiu.-