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ROSEBURG, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER i6, 1896.
(iUccessorto J. JASKULKK.;
Practical : Watcfynaker, : Jeweler : and : Optician
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND FANCY WOODS.
(roauluo Urnzlllnu I5jo
A COMPLKTE STOCK OP
Cutlery, Jfotions, Tobacco, Cigars ami Smokers' Articles.
Also Proprietor and Hanaor of Koseburg's Famous Itargain Stora
fi, T. BLUMB,
The City Meat Market,
And Dealer In
PRIME BACON, HAMS, LARD.
AND FRESH .MOATS
Orders taken and Delivered Free
to any put ol the City.
A. C. MARSTERS &C
A Choice Collection, at Prices that Sell.
LIME PLASTER AND CEMEHT.
A FULL LlftE OF WINDOW GLASS
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN.
Stock Ranges, Timber Lands and Mining Properties,
Prune and Hop Lands of best quality, in choice locations,
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices and easy terms. Inquire of
3D. S- X. BXJIOKZ,
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co.
Zivntt trains leave Fort Una dally.
525 A. K.
Portland - Ar.
Roseburg - Lt.
San Francisco Lt.
7:00 r. x.
ini turn fit East Portland. On
City, Woodtrarn, galea. Turner. Marlon, Jetfcr
aon. Albany. Tangent Bhcdds. Ualscy, Uarrls
bare. Junction City. Eugene. Crcswell. t ottage
Grove, Drain, and all stations iron RoMburg to
Bowbitrr Jlail Dully.
6 :30 A.M.
630 r. St.
Salem Passenger Dally.
ittlT. x. 1
6:15 r. x. 1
- Portland -
10O5 A. X.
b1A a. X.
PIIflXG CABS on OCDES ItnUTE.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
SECOTTD-CLASS M.TX.V1XU CAIW
Attached to all Through Tralna.
West Side Division.
IJCtwccn Portland and Corrallla
Mall train dally (except Sunday).
12:15 P. X.
1:35 P. x
At Albany and Corrallis connect with train
of Oregon Central & Eastern railroad.
Express train dally (except bunuay;,
7 .-25 P. X
ris a. m.
Tfaronfu Ticket to all I'oinU lit
the Eastern State. Canada anil
Europe can be obtained at low
est rate lroin Ccorjo Estcs, Agent
R. KOEBLEIt, E. P. ROUERB,
Manager Asst. F.4 Pass. Agcn
GIiinsch nud Siootu tiler
OF ALL KINDS.
Roseburg, Or. e
1'EOM TERMINAL OK INTERIOR T0INTS
Ii the Lino to Take
To all roints East and South.
Til the DINISO CAE ROUTE. Itrunj through
VESTtBULED TRAINS EVERY DAY
IN THE YEAR to
8T. PAUL "o CHICAGO
HO CHANGE Of CARM
Composed ot Dining Cart Unturpxittd,
Pullman Drawing Room Slecptfi,
Ot Laiett Equlpmtnl
TOUIUST SI.KIUM. C.VUfi
Beit that can bo coajtruclcd ami In
which accommodations are both FREE
and KCRKUHKh to holders ol First or
Berond-clSM Ticket., and
i:i.EANT IIAV COIjCIIKN
A Continuous Line connecting with All Line
Affording Direct and Uninterrupted ScrTlcc.
Pullman Blcepcr reservations can bo secured in
advance through any agent ot thu road.
THROUGH TICKETS To and from all Point In
America, England and Europe can bo purchased
information concerning rates, tlmo ol
ttaln routes and other detal
n. h. ic. iiuicic,
A. I). CHAIUrON,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
No. 121 First HL, ror. Washington,
E: RAPP'S DRUG STORE. 3
RAPP'S DRUG STORE."
Now in Progress
Z1GLER & WALL,
STAPLE AND FANCY
Give us a call. Goods delivered to
Corner Lane A Sheridan Streets.
& WV1 T
TROTTING AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY,
REPAIRING OF ALL. KINDS PROMPTLY DONE,
btiop on Corner Washington nud Knue Sts., RoBeburg.
Marble and Granite Works.
Estimates Furnished on all
Ofuce unci tialcsroom. :7ii Oak Street.
To Tho Unfortunate.
This old reliable and
the most successful
Specialist In San Fran
cisco, still continues to
cure nil Sexual nnd
5cmlnal Diseases, nucb
ok Qonnorrlitra, Uleci
Stricture. ypmills in
all its lorus Skin Di
seases, r'erou Debit-
filty, Impotcncy. Seml
Vnl Weakness anil Loss
ol Hanhood. this con?e-
uencc? ol mil abuse and excesses iirwiuciug me
ollowlne symptoms, sallow countenance, d
its under tho eyes, j.aln In the head,
in the cars, loss of confidence, diffidence
nrnnrnincf sirfiiirors. naincuuiou ui ii
weakness of thelimbs and back. losso! memory,
ptmiiV on thclncccougns, consumption, tic.
UK. fllllltONhns practiced ill Enn Franclno
over thirt years ami thoso troubled tnouin not
tail to consult him ami receive tne ocurai oi
his great eklll and experience. Tho uocior
cures when others fall. Try him. Cures guar
anteed. Persons enrol hi none. inarge
roA.nnflhlc. f Tall or write.
Dr. J. I1. Gibbon. 6is Kearney Stree San
Notice Ishcicby given to all whom lt may on
that 1 hiTrapromtcd D. W. Htearnaof Cala.
pool precinct Deputy Inspector ol block tat sail
precinct; postofflce Hililrewi., Oakland; alsu A. J.
tihanman of Wilbur, and Ilalph Hmltb. at Hose
burg, to actdnring sny absence, and others vil
be added as parties Inspected make their desire
Boscburg, May Uh, 1SS7.
lnptclsur of Stock for Douglas county, Or.
For Recent and Chronic
COUGHS AND COLDS
Brouchltls, Hoarseness, Loss ot Voice,
Irritability ol the Larynx and Fauces,
and other Inflamed Conditions ot the
Lungs and Air Passages.
ALL KINDS OF
BOUOHT AND SOLD
eny part of the City in short order.
Successor to O. V. SOAH.J
Dealers in all kinds ol
una uraniic iiionuuiciiLs
i i j. mir
Portland Cement Curbing
For Ccniotcrj- XotH.
kinds of Cemetery Work
and Is the result ol colds and
sudden climatic changes.
It can be cured bva Dleasint
remedy which is applied di
rectly Into tho nostrils. Be
ing quickly absorbed lt giTCS
relief at once.
Ely's Cream Balm
Is acknowledged to be the most thorough cure for
Nasal Cusn-h. Cold In Head and 11st FcTCr of all
allays pain and Inflammation, heals the sores, pro
tects the membrane from colds, restores the senses
of taste and smell. Price 50c at Urosslets or by mail.
ELY DHOTUEUS, 60 V arren Sslrcet, new VorS,
JUSTICE COURT KOB
I linnklntr (llnss.
Staik ok OnEftON, ;
County ol Douglas.) '
U,rt Vftrn'riu, Plrt In f f fT 1 .
,vw. ... ac,ion ,0
J. I,. IhiTUliiL'. Dcfendnnt.) recover money
To J. I.. Hunting. In the name of the State of
You nro hereby required to appear before the
undersigned, a Justice ol the 1'eacc for tho pre
cinct aforesaid, on tho rath day ol November A.
1.. lh'Jti. nt 10 o'clock iu the torenoon of salil .Inv
at tlio office of said Justice in said precinct, to
answer the abovenamed plaintiff In a civil no
Tho defendant will Into notii-o that If he
Inns to answer tnucompiaininercin, tho plain
tin win take ii(iKmcni against mm lor the sum
ol 120.00 and costs of this action.
(Jlren under my hand this 9th day of October
A. 1)., lf.1.
o. ii. nrnix.
oUt7 Juitt cf tfc r&a
Hurrali for McKlnley and gold
standard ond good times.
lire. Annie Berry of Siesous.Cal., who
is the guest of Miea Hamilton at Hamil
ton Heights, will leave tomorrow even
ing forJUiddle, whither she goes to viait
her parents, Sir. and Mrs. Kuseell.
Mr. and Mrs. Mnrehsll and family re
turned Lome last week. We aro pleased
to say that their little eon Frank, who
was so badly burned during their visit at
Kelso, Wash., is getting along nicely,
and will soon be well again.
Born, at the family home east of Glen
dale, Oct. 30th, to Mr. and Mr?. Charles
Atwood, a son.
Mrs. C. P. Totten of Glenellen and
herneice, Miss Clara Beals, of Days
Creek have our thanks for a pleasant
visit last week.
Election day passed by at thi-i place
quietly and uneventfully. There were
a few who became noisy in the evening
who had imbibed too freely of liquid
inspirations that was dispensed surrep
titiously by some one unknown during
General good cheer prevails in this
valley oyer the result of the election, and
we all look forward to the "good times
coming" when Major McKinley will en
ter upon his duties as chief magistrate
of our nation. Affairs of state will be
indeed in safe hands, and we notice with
pleasure that loyal democrats are ex
pressing their allegience to the new pres
ident and to our flag'. All honor to
loyal Americans who thus Ijv aside their
partisan prejudices acd hail tho choice
of the people or our standard bearer.
W. L. Plymale. late of the Salem
Statesman spent h week at this place
visiting friends. It is rumored that Mr.
is an agent of the United States in
looking after illicit whiskey dealers.
We were honored by a visit from Mrs.
A. P. Laagenberg of the Cedora, whom
we regard as a lady who would dj credit
to her rex in filling the highest pljce in
the gift of the people. If the electivo
franchise should bo granted .to women
we would baste a to name Mrs. Langen-
berg as oar choice for president, and we
are cure she would.fill the position intel
lectually and gracefully, and with the
statesmanship of a Bismarck or a Salis
Miss Nettle lledriold. of Boskydell, is
visiting Miss-Helen Smith at Roseburgj
and "her absence -is very noticeable to
her numerous friends in thiB valley,
who hope that her visit may not be a
Miss Katie Clark, who
has been for
some time cashier at Hotel Glenuafe,
left for Jacksonville last week where !
Ehe entered St. .Mary's Academy as a
student. Miss Katie will take up ooly
the studies of vocal aud instrumental
music, painting and elocution, and wn
feel sure she nillescel in any branch'
ehe mar studv. Miss Katie will Le
missed very much by her many fiiends
Last wcet "e made a visit to the saw
mill owntd by the Gorsline Brw., where
wo found the mill running on schedule
time and turning out a splendid article
of sugarpine lumber. Everybody seemed
to be busy and happy. We had a pleas
ant visit with Mr. Gorsline, Sr., as well
as Mr. and Mrs. E. Gorsline and Mr. and
Mrs. Otis Gorsline. We were the guest
of Mrs. Mary WooJ, whose home is near
the mill. Also had a pleasant visit with
Mrs. C. T. Kail, whose farm adjoins tlw
mill property. We thank all cf these
friends for an enjoyable visit.
P. II. Koberts is visiting relatives at
Mrs. Harvy Eiliff, a well-known pio
neer of Southern Oregon, paid us an ap
preciated call on Monday.
Miss M. Hamilton, Mrs. A. Marshall,
Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Hoen aud Mrs. Dock-
ham called on us today. Thanks, ladies,
conio again. Mollie.
The People Voted as Daniel Webster
Sir, the very man of all others who
has the deepest interest in a sound cur
rency, who Euffra most by mischievous
legislation in money matters, is tho
man who earns his daily bread by his
daily toil. His reliance, his fund, hts
productivo fceehold, his all, is hii labor.
Whether he works on his own Mimll
capital or another's, his liviug is still j
earned by his industry ; and w'icn the
money ol the country becomes dypieci
ated and debased, whether it be adulter
ated coiu or paper, without credid, that
industry is robbed of its reward. He
then labors for a country whoso laws
cheat him out of his bread.
I would say to every owner of every
quarter Eection ol mini in tho west, l
would sjv to every man in the east who
follows his plow, and lo every mechanic,
artisan, and laborer in euery city in the
country, I would say to every man,
everywhere, who wishes by honest
meaua to earn an honest liviug: lie
ware of wolves-in shcop's clothing.
Brjans, Altgelu's, Joneses, Tillniaue,
Debses Whoever attempts, uiidtr
whatever popular cry, to shako the
stability of the public currency, bring
on distress iu money matters, and drive
tho country into tho uso of depreciated
money Bryan stab3 your interest and
your happiness to the heart." Daniel
THE END OF ALTGELD.
Altgeld must be convinced now that
the voters of Illinois have repudiated
him, 50-cent frco pilver, and anarchy by
118,000 mojority. He was unwilling to
believe it Tuesday night, but all the
hopes he clung to so desperately van
On the 3d of November the voteis had
an opportunity to settle accounts with
Altgeld. riiey have besn waiting for it i
for some time, and the longer they waited
the longer grew the account.
The first item .on it was his pardon of
the anarchists and his sssault on the
state supreme court. The next item was
the revolutionary position he took at tho
time of the Debs insurrection, when he
denounced Cleveland for executing
national laws and contended that a gov
ernor, was a more important person than
a president. It was mortifying for Illi-
noisans to feci that they had such a man
as their governor.
Still another item wa3 his advo?acy of
a silver monometallism of 50-cent dol
lars, an abhorrent doctrine he bad
forced on the democracy of this state.
But for him Illinois would not have been
for ro-ten money at Chicago, and the
democratic convention would not have
forced on the country the free silver
issue which has been disposed of after so
hard a struggle.
There were several other items in the
account. Illinoisana did not like to see
Altgeld asking for their vote3 when se-
rions charges had been brought against
him by men within his own party and
which he did not refute, but attempted
Accounts are settled noar. The Illi
nois voters have spoken their mind fully
and plainly about Altgeld. They have
turned him out of office atd have con
demned his doctrines. Both city and
country have repudiated him. Both pre
fer to stand by the supreme court, by
tne enforcement of the national laws,
and by honest money.
The coalition of pjpocrats, populists,
socialists and anarchists could not eave
Altgeld. His indefatigable campaigning
could not pull him through. His cow
ardly, vindictive assaults on Governor-
elect Tanner did him no good. His
sham professions of devotion for the
worktngmen only fooled a part of them.
Altgeld is besten by about 11S.0C0
vote?, and the mischief-making apology
for a governor will be succeded by Capt.
Tanner, who will not be the lriend and
protector of-ric:ers7antf w ho will ad
minister efficiently and honestly the
public affairs of this great state. Chicago
Political Leaders Sued.
E. J. Kaiser has filed a suit in the jus
tice's court for Ashland against W. M.
Colvig, M. E. Egglestou, P.obt. Taylor,
A. X. Soliss and S. H. Holt, composing
the Bryan union executive campaign
committee of Jackson county, to recover
$30.73, alleged to hi due for la'jor and
services rendereJ'during (he months of
Septemter aud October in publishing in
a newspaper certain matter furnished by
the defendants and in circulating the
same, and in printing hand bills and
posters, "all of the reasonable value of
$36.73," which defendants agreed to pay
on or before Oct. 31, 1S90. The case is
set to come up for hearing before Justice
Hammond on Wednesday, at 10 o'clock.
Just what prompted the filing of the
suit is not known. The parties defen
dant are all prominent Ilrvaa leaders in
the county and have a pretty good
record for paying their bills promptly,
aud certainly are not in the habit of
having claims against them collected
through the courts, Ashland Tidings.
Too Many Illiterates.
MoNTiiOMEiiY, Ala., Nov. 11. Cover
nor Oates, in his message to the legisla
ture, which convened tcdav, declared
against the Australian ballot svstetu.
"This law has been pretly thoroughly
tried in two state elections, this sys
tem may be a good one m states where
there are many intelligent voters, .who
aro employed by great corporations, and
want some protection against the dicta
ticn of their eaiplovers. lint iu Ala
bama we are differently situated. A
comparatively small percentage ol our
roting population is thus employed, and
there is more illiteracy among them,
aud hence a more open aud simple sys
tem of voting would be more acceptable
to the voters at large. The old law,
which the present one has superseded
with a few amendments, would be
preferable to the present one."
Commended by Bryan.
I'AKKEKsncitii, W. V:t., Nov. 12. Dr,
M. S. Holt, of Weston, has received
from Hon. W. J. 15ryau a lottor approv
ing tho work which Dr. Holt began of
organizing permanent silver clubs in
this state, preparatory lo the campaign
four years hence.
Alter Bryan a defeat, Dr. Uolt organ'
ued a eilver club at Weston, with lis
members, and the club sent a letter
tho defeated cauuulate. me letter re
ceived by Dr. Holt, who is president of
tho club, is in acknowledgment of the
elub'u greetings. Mr. Bryan advised
stionir terms a continuation of the dis
enssion of tho silver ini pti)ii, aud say
it is bound to win the end.
It. W. Benjamin,
dentist, room 1
I Marsters' block.
Notice To Contractors.
Sealed plans and upscificationa and
bids uill be received at the office of tl e
county clerk of Douglaa county, Oregjn,
on or before January Uth, 1807, at 1
o'clock p, m,, for thr- repairing of the
entire bridge and appreach across the
South Umpqua river at Roseburg, Ore
gon, by replacing all timbers, floor and
I woodwork, extending cemer.t piers to
i present beigth of bridge, acd to widen
the entire bridge four feet. All joints to
be laid in white lead, and timbers abate
floor to be painted. All old timber?, in
eluding stringers, to be carefully taken
down and piled in road on either side ol
Also at the tame time and in the
same manner, specifications and Lids
will be received for making the county
jail of Douglas county, Oregon, were
secure in manner folloiving: By lining
the entire inner waif with No. 11 eteel
plate and that to be ceiled with an eight
inch additional brick wall laid in cement
morter. Present plastered ceiling to be
taken off and timbers covered with No.
16 plate. Old window grates to he re
paired and two additional cross bars
put on, and all five windows to have ad
ditional new grates put in cement laid
wail and fastened to the steel lining.
The court reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
Dated this 12th day of November, lSj6.
A. F. STEARNS,
After Gladstone made hia recent Liver
pool speech in denunciation of the sul
tan he returned directly to Ilawarden,
went to bed, stayed there for a couple of
hours, then rose thoroughly refreshed,
and appeared at the dinner table aa
bright and lively as though he had un
dergone no unusual fatigue.
Must sell their immense stock inside
of sixty days, regardless oFcost. If any
one wishes to get bargains ttey must
call soon,' as thsy mean business. This
isno humbug. If you donbt their word
call and te convinced.
Lumber for Sale or Trade.
If you have dry cows or heifers ycu
want to trade for lumber, or if yon
want to buy a bill of any kind of fir
lumber, you will do well to address
P. O. box 125, Drain, Oregon.
Lime and sulphur at Marstere'.
A Salzman, the reliable jeweler.
Caro Bros, arc the boss merchants.
Go to the Roaelaf for ttse best ci?ar.
Good goods at the lowest prices at Salz-
School books and stationery &r bar
ters' Drag Store.
Dr. F. W. Hay.ies does all kinds of
1. S. West does insurance. Office
opposite tho post cfiice.
Xeatsfoot oil, machine and lubricatim?
oils at Marsters' DrasStore.
A fine line of gents' shoes at J. Abra
ham's. Prices just risht.
Munyou's Homrerathic Remedies for
sale at Marsters' Drug Stcre.
An endless variety cf combs, hair acd
clothes brushes at Marsters'.
For bargains in family croceries. call
at the Pepole'a store, Cass street.
Munyon's Homeopathic Kemedits tt
A. C. Marsters & Co.'s drug store.
Bring yoar clocks a;;d watches to Slaw
Jerry the reliable jeweler lor repairs.
Dr. Haynes doe3 crown and bridge
work and guarantees the same Don't
forget the number.
Dr. Haynes makes ail kinds of artifi
cial dentures such cs gold, platinum and
aluminum plates, also ruotier and cellu
Save money and time. To mrties
going East, go by the O. K .it X. short
route. Gall on or write to V. G London.
A. C. Hoxie sells flour at 75c acd SOo n
sack, and 10 pounds of lard for 75 cents.
People should take advantage of these
prices and give him their patronage.
X. Rice, one of cur enterprise ir furni
ture dealers has now on sale a tine let of
furniture ot the latest stjle and finish.
Give him a call before tmrcbasini: else
L. Lancenburc is atiil oa ton. Kr
carries a full stock of incite music, mu
sical instruments, vtuim, guitars, accord
eons etc., violin strings ol '.-est (juality
always on hand.
Slow Jerry the jeweler has 14 carat
tilled gold ladies watihe now or. ja!t
I'rices reduced Iron: jd tj I5. .leaded
bargains. Don't fail to examine them
before purchasing e'ss where.
Those having second hand stoves.
furniture, etc., lor tttie can receive the
highest cash price by calling upon N.
Ktce, the furniture and euuplv dealer.
221-23 Jackson street Uoseburir. Or.
Airs. G. W. Rapn will continue to
buy aud ship fresh salmon from Win
chester or Wilbur to Portland as he;e'o
foro and pay the highest market prhes
lor same. Andres tvst IBcf box 1-3.
Good i-astureage for stock at reason
able rate!- hy the month. All stock
taken absolutely aud entirely at
owner's risk in every particular. For
particulars enquire of J. M, Shafer
Roberts creeS .
The cheap rates of live dollars cabin
and two-fifty steerage including meals
and berth arestill in effect on tho O. R.
N. Go's, steamers from Portland to
Steamer leaves Portland every five
Dr. U. W. Benjamin, lute of the dental
college at Atlanta G.i., has fitted up
dental roams in the Marsters block,
where he is prepared to do do first class
work in all tl'e lates improvements,
Crown and bridge work, gold and porce
lain crown, fillings and extraction of
teeth at hard-time prices and all work
guaranteed. Remember, room 1, Mars