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Published Mondays andThursdaj .
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thingi! if HjtHible.
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xr. ..i,.t.. .;!, in i.Ibitim. iiu-etitiu was strictly lirivatt-
..... i.?... .1 . ...i i I in., lln.nr.lv iinronn Tint 'i inlimhor who I In the Circuit COUfl
lenilon luai mo recoguiiioii m iiiiiiumii 1 i - .,
. . . . .. : i u-na mlmitinil. IHr ailvicn ian ana nst 111 tlio easo of the Stato of Oregon a
iiiuepenucnce is an uiremuu ui-i, iiuu - i .,
that tho president alone is to j.iu of prerlpUalo action. 'I ho forehjn relations Nod Sutherlin, tho indues charge to the
ilmiimnnn.l manner of doine t. Iut eoiimillieo, However, agreeu 10 iepuri iruu jury was Buireiumm..j r-
u.... i. . i.:. t in Ciimeron Uubmi reeoltuiop. mat imblialieu in mo iwiau. ...
woollier no 13 ik - ... . ... , mnl..r in
j.i t. Th t.'atneron texo uiion was ns ioi iiio u son case, oxcui'i no
or rainer uio i-rramcuvo-.n .u., --- ,.:... ;,.,l il,n
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roiireeontatives of tho United States of offense
DECEMBER 21. 1806.
SALEM HOQ AGAIN.
county, Stato of Oregon with o request
that tho name be spread upon the records
of said court, and that tho clerk of said
111 Tint ftillv mpflt tha case for all Ihe. A Warlike Document.
socialists and anarchist leaders nro aWo Washington, Dec. 10. secretary ui-
.1 . i I ....1A m.fnr.it I nnv una )u,f.,rn Urn fiiiiintn rniimiltlpn nil
many OI mem lO rcau hhu wmu : uv; r... , rnrtl
languaces. Many of them, such aa foreign relationa today for a coiiBiderablo court bo instructed to tranBimt a coru
Moat, are well educated and well nulled time. All tho members except Gray fled copy of theae reaolutiona to mi
ntthat respect to elir up diiquetude und Daniel weio preaenl. lainuy oi mo ueccaneu.
amongst tho ignorant of all nationalities. Tho uieotiiiK waa held for tho oxprcBB J. w. iiamilto,
Theso should bo ahut out abovo all purpose of continuing tho discussion of Fbko Paqe-Iostik.
lint iwiliov mi 1 tin (Inlinii nueetloil lo 1)0 U. A. BKHLUK"'-
I r - ,
recommended by tho committee. Tho
ble. HecoKiiition by roiliiitoii of con
grepa will liAve no effect, unit a i the
president fihnll order etepa talen to give
it effect. If he omits to do this, cjn
greaa has no way to make him, hiuI the
status of affairs will not bo changed in
the leai-t by its action. Oregonian.
And iccoguition ty the president will
have no eOVct if c)ngro8 should resolute
to the contrary. It is probably as bro id
as it is long if the Oregoniuii's theory ia
correct. If neither eongrets nor presi
dent ecu do anything without tho con
sent of tho other, then one of them
should bo abolished or new laws made
respeUir.c tho mattr. There is. l.oi
America, in conurc's assembled, tha!
thu independence of tho republic ol
Cuba Ik) mid the cumu ia hotehy ac
knowledged by tho United Sir.ti e of
"t'oction 2 That tho United Mates
should use ita friendly oilice with the
government of Spain to close the war bo-
tween Spain and Cuba."
Tho committee changed the Cameron
repolmion to uh lo makti it more em
phatic. The title "as changed to lead,
"A joint leiolntiou aclsnowlnking the
ever, such a thing ns impeachment of a. independence of ttie republic of Cuba,"
president who fails lo do his duty by eje- the words, "tho republic" being iu-
ecuting the will of congress
sorted. Instead of declaring that tho
United Sta'ea 'should use its friendly
The Statesman sjeakiog ol the man
arinc board of the state fair rays :
"White this is a sUJe inttitution, and
entitled to the encourjgeniorit of all Ore
con on that account, the vreatest tenen
ciary is tho city of Salem. For both
these reasons, because it is in general an
Oresron newspaper and in particular
Salem newspaper, the Statesman will do
what it can to encourage the fair, as it
has done in the past."
Here we nave the porcine proclivities
nl Salemites cropoinc out. While this is
a state inaUtutioj the greatest bunefici
ary is the city of Salem. In the first
place the state fair is not a state mstitu- j
tion. The state constitution no where
proTkies for a state fair. This is an in
stitution that lus fungus-lik grown out
ol a mistaken idea that the state at large
would reap a great benefit from its lib
eral offer of premiums for best stock,
grain, grasses and vegetables. If the
fair was confined to these objects and
impartially earned oot there would be
eome merit in the state leciaturo fos
tering it by reasonable appropriations;
bot as it is in its general management
lor jears since 11 as a corporation has
became the pe. ward of the state, in i!s
practical effect, this so-called ajricul-
taral state fair has oecoms a jockey race
ground supported by the state for the
bineti: c! a few xit: The city of I
The San Francisco Call has under- ollicee," the resolution waa mado lo read
taken the Hurculeau task cf cleansing
the Augean ttahlcs that is, the mass ol
journalistic nastinefs ki own ss the Ex
aminer. It is a hopeieiH task, however.
The people waut something nasty, and
whatever they mai iy. the will buy
and read it, and that it nil thu Exam
iner cares for. The Call U only adver
tising tho Examiner fiee of coat. Hearst
sunk millions of dollars in the Examiner
before he found out what tho people
wanted, and now that he is making
the United States "w ill" do go
Secretary Olney, u is c'aimed by mem
bers of tho committee who favored the
action, did not have any new mlorma
to present. OInev urged that no nition
bo taken at present, and pointed out
that there is no real go eminent to
The agtuemeni to repott tho Cameron
resolution was readied immediately after
Olnov left without -a division or an ex
pressed difference of opinion. 'I he only
. . - . ..i. .: .1. . 1..
monev bv catering to the purient minds uivision af as 10 u. muo
cf amaioritvof the reading public it i9 tion should bo .reported to ihe renate.
c,-lr nrntiitilH that th Call's .xnos- Camtron num.! its reivut on .Momlay
ure of ita rotten tuethoJa will hava any
oflTM-t. It it a waj-te of emee that mii:ht
be better used by tLe Call in giving to la. Too Cameron motion prevailed
the i.ublic whit it iraacines it wants T a targe majorny.
next. Sherman tnggtttcd tha. the re
port bo not tiut in until after the holi-
7. Tlios. Hirst et al vs. Emma
burg et al ; partition. Continued.
15. C. D. Drain va. C. lUaekraan
al.; foreclosure. Settled and dismissed
41 J. F. Hamilton va. Mr. Mary K
PiiimiK et. nl. ! to recover money. Dicree,
44. W. S. HHiuiltcn va. Ferry Dun
canet.al.: to recover money. Decree
5(1. Henry Little vs. Patrick Murphy
et. al ; to recover money. Continued.
CO. W. A. l'orkins vs. Terry Duncan;
to recover money. Judgment of fllO.94
and interest from Nov. 24, 1S9G.
80, State of Oregon vb. Charles Mc
Gee; larceny. Not a true bill.
81. State of Oregon vp. J. I.. Fisher;
appeal from justice court. Verdict for
S2. State of Oregon vs. Ned Sulherlin ;
murder in second degree. Convicted cf
manrdanehtpr. sentenced for 2 rears lo
83. State of Oregon vs. Jos. K. Fitz
hugh ; recognizauco. Not a truo bill.
!:. State of Oregon va. S. G. Ilailey
ami Job Howard; unlawful gaming.
Pleaded guilty, Ilailey fined ?IG0 ami
9J. Slatt! ol Oregon vs Jacob IV-ut-wiler;
injuring tho property of another.
Continued to ne.xt term.
91. Coheu et al vs. N . . Card well ;
Dismissed witLout cost.
In order to close out our stock of cow
and second hand pianos, wo will offer
them at cost. It h our intention to close
out our buaineoa as quickly uu possible,
and in order to do thia we will bo com
pelled to sell nt a very low llguro and on
audi Bmnll installments that it will not
pay you to ront. Therefore we will call in
all our rented pianos and organs and give
you tho benefit that wo have received as
rent. We huvo in all sixteen pinnoa
which we will tell from $100 to iloO; $5
and $10 per month installments. Ilea
eonable discount for cash.
Great reduction in violine, guitars and
all musical gooda. Sheet music 50 per
cent discount. Send for catalogue All
orders promptly filled.
T. K. KiuiiAitoso.v,
To tho Public.
I have sold my stock ol AZk
fixtures and store on Jackson stree, o T -
mv wife. Williamina Easton, wno wm gooaa are -
my w ic, """" ,, , . . . .,, , j UnaJnpHH nn a. credit
continue the business and pay au aen muu.u.. . . Mpr hv
and collect all claims of said business. Daa.B, anc ' -'-
my patrons anu uijwh "j -
Dated Dec. 3rd, 1890.
A limited number of pure bred 15. 1'.
Itock, S. S. Hamburg, S. C. 15. Leghorn,
151k. 1iru-iban, Wjv.r.dott and Cornihh
Indian Game. Won several priza at
thu Southern Oregon District Fair and
Oregon Stato Fair. I hv some mag
nificent birds, an ornament to any yard;
also have two Brown Leghorn cockerels
from registered stovk. 1'iicea reason
able; must dispose of theso within 30
days, in order to make room fcr spring
breeding. Address E. A. Kruse, Rote-
Business Confidence Restored.
.0'.v ia a good time to invest in agri
cultural lands wliile al t-euroct priceF.
Have a large list of choice protw.-ty to
Money to loan, live sears time on well
improved agricultural land?.
I). S. K. Ui'icK, Kosehurg, Or.
The Central House.
W. H. Gordon is now the proprietor of
ibis popular house. The table will b
anpp'.ied with the best in the market
good beds and courteous treatment
Meals 15 cent, and beds thu same rate
Cures Ninety-eight per cent, of all
cases of Consumption, in au m
Although by many believed to be Incura
ble, there is the evidence of bunareos ox
living witnesses to the fact that, in alUU
for casli. P. Bkiiidicic. unoenaer.
Roseburg, Ore., April 12, 1895.
"Liverine," manufactured by the An
chor S Chemical Co., the great Liyer,
Kidney and Conatipation cure. An in
fallible remedy for all curable lorma ol
diseases of those organs. The greatest
knows remedy for Indigestion, lry it.
For sale at M. F. Bapp'B drug atore,
t - Jkmr
dUease. Not every case, dmo
ccnlaze of cases, and we believe, fwyS
a ,JUj snr. Pierce's Golden
kedical'Discovery. even after tne dUeas
hq nroirressed so far as to induce repeateo
has progressed 6o far as
eeqings irom we stok; r T; iSC
cougn wlin copious P"'-lui""'"
in? tnbercular matter), great loss of aesa
and extreme emaciation and weaicneis.
Do you doubt thathunareas oi sucu
reported to us as cured by. "Golden Mtd-
ical Discovery were gcuuiu :,,Vv.
dread and fatal disease? You need not take
our word for It. They have, in nearly every
instance, been so pronounced by the nest
and most experienced home physicians,
who have no interest whatever in iniJ
representin them, and who were otwn
strongly prejudiced and advised against
a trill of 'Golden Medical Discovery,"
but who have been forced to confess that
it surpasses, in curative power over tats
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 laiiea w w
Baptist Chubch corner ot Lane and Bos
tieets. Sunday Berries: Preachlnj, U a, m.
and730p. m.; Young Peoplela umon,6-op.o..
Mrs. E. W. Black, fresiaeni; ounuj m"wi,
... 1 1 I nnnnt.Hll.n
c. m.; J amen wiaiKniu, u.yuu..w...-
Prayer Meeting. Thursday evening a; 7wu.
Mxthodist Chcbch comer ol Main and Lane
itreeu. Sunday Service: Preaching, 11 a. ra
and 7:30 p.m.: Sabbath school, 10 a. m.; T.
W. Woolley, Superintendent; Class Meeting ai
close of the morning service; Ipworth League
6:30 p. ra. Hattie Godfrey, rreoaeni. xrtjoi
Meeting. Wednewlay. at 7J p.m.
Fb'K L. Moobb, Pastor.
Parsonage, comer Main and Lane.
PKESBTTXRtA CHUtCH-corner Ol IjBM
Rose streets. Eunday uervice: rnpnc woramp.
a-m. and 70 p. m.; Eabbath School, 10 a. ra.:
Y. r. 8. C. S.,7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, w eones-
day,730 p. m.
R. b. DILwOrth, raitor.
KOSEBURQ LODGE. N0.3M,
7nlr enmmunications at the
I. O. O. F. hall on second and xourtn inursaaj
X. hold their regular communications at the
i t n o v hail nn iMuna ana xourvu iuuiiuj
fitT or had only seemed to benefit a little for of each month. All members guested to at-
phites had also been faithfully tried m vain.
The photographs of a large number pt
tnnse cured or cossumpuuu, umuuuw
HERMAN MARKS, Secretary.
FRED PAGE-TUSTIi.', E. R
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 of address and six cents in stamps.
Address for Book, World's Dispensary
Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
DOUGLAS COUNCIL, NO. 21 JR. O. U. A. M..
meets every Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock In the Old Masonic Hall. Visiting
brothers are cordially invited to attend.
C. B. Caxsox,
Geo. W. Pxeev,
pure and clean literature and graphic ac
counts of prize-tighter?, and their meth
ods of robbing each other and the pub
The KiJdlo Mite still harps on chang
ing the name ol Cow Creek to tome
name more aptropriate and suggests
that of Arilia river. Hut why Alalia
Mrm'e's'of the committee an reticent
as lo what Ijcr-iary Olne smuI, but it
is certain he advised auitit ai y action
like that contemp'ated, a- it suuM in
volve war withSpiiu.
One member ot the committee aaid :
"Of course Spain will tight, bul ilu;re
is no danger of other countries getting
in our way. No other European nation
Eilem, and the Salem Statesman, fat
and eleek from ita rich pbulum fur
nished by the taxpajers in etery nook
and corner of the state supply their par-
H."ip not anwar. The
rl.iim that Azalia is the most aDnronri- tha with Spam m short order."
' I OT. 1 . I .
' At name for the cljsaic "Cow Creek." opinion wa: nyivsteu u.av .via-
.M.i-.- i.. .o. . land would veto me joint retomtioa.
The Pliixdealcb 1 18 unuerstooil that the main point rawed
by the secretary was that coered by
Ke enact the law exempting indebted-1
ness trom taxation. The next legisla
ture which convenes next month, is
strongly republican. If it will do the
proper thing, viz. cut out needless ap
propriations, Bucli as that for the state
university, tho state nornnl school?, j
the statu fair aud sectarian schools and j
r;pial the railroad commission; in!
short, cut down all appropriations ex
cepl th03e for the government's econom-
DON'T DO A THING
t'NTI I. YOf HAVE SEES OUK
BEAUTIFUL LINE OK
i . . . i 1"
does not wants to ugui us ami wo wou.u ..P . . Dj that and the republi
can iiartv miv expect a further lease cf
and wants it
thinks it is impractable to change the
nmt hnt if it can hfi etTected the
Plainukaixk suggests tho name of Kine luai government in outu 10 recognize.
Another member ot the committee
power If, however, it refuses to do
it will die the death of the damned.
the president's message, viz., there is no
river, that is classic. 15ut kine is cow
?. Vnnlud it if. farther ujeeted
Uonbyproceesoflaw without adequate ! &. ri,her fTeluinlle and
compensation-the insny sre taxed for j lhe R.JJIe Mte wouW-prefcr a
tb? benefit of a few-tbe greatest bene-, name ffiofe mscnlin tho name ltoviM(
ficiaryxsthe aty o lem and the , fof s That is r.uite
Statesman boasts of .1, and w, J honcos u Rreat strength
wbalitcaato encourage the fair U, Ue c,aM,CJiL Ye
indeed, the state fair was a state mstitu- g Crwk 0 Borine riyer
Uoatt would be the dutv of the state to pn . . , immorta!.
lost after it without the kindiy oflir of . P,u, , ,.,,,, ,,v;nl, rir
We never bear the Statesman doing !
what it cm to encourage the insane asy- I
laa or penitentiary, real state institu-
linn avAnt f K.A tlimnnt. f ll 1. V'.la
Mct ."v. C .1. . a It TV, f -
CUUn ZB LUC alUJU Lrr;uiA,ia .
("Twenty-three is apjarently a lucky
number for Major McKinley. He will
ue "Uow ureeK or rattier isovinc river,
in song and story.
j "There's Lack in Odd Numbers,' save
i Rora O'Moore, as the following will
said be believed that in case the p e.'i
dent should veto the resolution it would
pass over the veto, as mote than two
thirds of both the senate and the house
Senator Cameron's report toacom
pany the resolution deals at length with
precednts in the matter of recognition
of independence and intervention, be
ginning with thu Urtek revolution and
coming down to the present time. The
senators who heard the report say it
goes over the entire ground.
Fair, insanity and rascality are deye!
oped to increase the inmates of state in
ri.lni;i.. ltii.l. ,V .It.. Ii.b n .-L.t .t
. . f . . , .v be the twenty-third prejident, the regt-
for such nnfortnnates. Again the ,
Statesman bats : i
"We hope to see the fair a growing
nnaltv fmm -,11 th rrkriVa anil mfnAT4 f.f !
the slate and from abroad, and en-; Tho 0a3 ol Oregon will be in council 8r,m8
coarazing tLe indastries that will work
pass an economic appropriation
ment to which he Wronged was the
j twenty-third Ohio, ai. 1 he will be elec
ted bv the electoral vote of 23 elates."
Spaniards in a Frenzy.
New York, Dec. l'.K The Evening
Post's copyrighted London cablegram to
day has the following:
'"The Cuban resolution in the United
Statea senate would be regarded here as
little more than n useful safety valve for
jingo sentiment, did not Madrid tele-
how the highly intlammable
Kastoii'd is headquarters for Christ
mas candies and nuts.
Boston Itaked Iteatis at the Home
Bakery. Try them.
Solid silver novelties at Salzraan'a.
Iteanliful designs in gents silk hand
kerchiefs at the Novelty Store.
What's the matter with Hanna? Yes,
and what is the matter with Allison's
T, T, Vs. Try them.
All kinds of arttici&li teeth made rea
sonably at Ur. Fred llayiies' office.
For pickles, olives, chow cho, sauces,
etc., call at Allison's.
Christmas ia coming and Allison has
ju3t received a new line of candies, nuts,
oranges and lemons.
New goods at Caro Bros. Boss Store.
I admire opposition,
Would defy competition,
And under no condition
Will I budge from my position.
Call at Allison's for your groceries.
Thin In Your Opportunity.
On receipt of ten cents, cash or Btacips,
f . -,, t M- l -t .1.-
THE BEST GOODS
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Those who come early will reap the best,
and that witli little money. Nothing now to
hinder you from having a
as you can get the present you want at the price
you want, from the Finest Stock of Holiday
Goods in the City, consisting of
TOYS, PLUSH GOODS, ETC.
At A. SALZMAN'S.
TAUBEL LODGE, A. F. & A. M., REGULAR
i- meetings the 2d and th Wednesdays In
J. a. tATUUU), II. c
C. W. Eur, Sec'y.
S TTMPQUA CHAPTER, NO. 11. R. A. M., HOLD
U theirregular convocations at Masonic hall
I on ma rib. anu uiuu aucsu&j uu. uviMM.
Visiting companions are corntaiiy inviiea.
K. L. MILLER, H. P.
Isacobx Cako, Secretary.
PH1LETARIAN LODGE, NO. 8, L O. O. T,
meets Saturday evening of each treeX at
their hall In Odd Fellow Temple at Roseburg.
Memben of he order in good standing are invit
ed to attend. E. MCBROOM N. O.
t. u. Micein sec y.
UNION ENCAMPMENT. NO. 9, MEETS AT
Odd Fellowa hall on second and fourth
Fridays of each month. Visiting brethren
arc invited to attend.
F. G. MlCKt.t.t, c. r.
JOS. M1CELLI, Scribe.
p OSEBURG LODGE, NO. 18,
av tnpetji the K0rfind and four
Ax. rnpetji eve
ALEXAilDER & STRONG'S
oat speedily the manife&t destiny of
Here we nave it pate and simple.
The Statesman hopes for lxrt-e crowds
annually from all the nooks and corners
of the state and from abroad and encour
aging the indastries that will work out
speedily the manifest destiny of this
Mirabile dicta '. Has it como to that.
that on the success of the sta'e fair de
pends the manifest destiny of Oregon?
We admit that largely upon the success
of the state fair, which the taxpayers
are asked to contribute liberally, de
pends the succesE of Salem the mani
fest destiny of Salem. The Plaisdealek
demands of our incoming legislature, a
retrenchment and reform in its expendi
tures; to cut down all appropriations not
absolutely necessary to pay tho economi
cal running of the government.
I . . r . i . i -Pi... . I - - :il I . nt tl.i.
erelong. The best thing they can "" "T " ,Ti. n.rh d Tl.verCuro
. , i . - - ' i 1 1 (Elv's Creara Balm) sufficient to demon
th inrt nas fnrcd In 10:11. is described 1 - " .' ... .
ia to pass an economic
bill after passing an act to exempt in
debtedness from taxation, and adjourn,
If the next legislature will do its duty
by cutting out all needless appropria
tions, it will receive the commendation
of the people, otherwise they will te
ceive their condemnation, and justly so.
England collects a revenue on the im
portation of chiccory, cocoa, coffee,
dried fruits, plate, tea, tobacco and wine.
Everything else comes in free. She
levies an impost duty on eight articles of
The Dingley tariff bill, it is generally
conceded, is dead. Senator Sherman
said he believed it cannot p3S3.
On the vote in the eenate on tho im
migration bill Dec. ISth, tbo rote stood,
ayaa 72, noes 10. Those voting no were
Blackburn, Blancliard, Ca fiery, Lindsay,
Mills, Mitchell of Wisconsin, Morgan,
Mnrphy, Palmer and Vilas, all demo
crats. This shows that the opposition
to restriction of foreign immigration is
from tbe democratic parly. The Per
kins amendment, to levy a per capita
tax of ?10 on immigrants coming to the
United States in vessels not belonging
to tbe United Statea, was voted down.
The restrictive feature of tho bill is tho
inability of the immigrant to read and
write either the English language or the
language of his own couutry.
As a means ot testing the immigrants
ability to read and write ot leaal five
lines "of the United States Constitution,
a large number of slips of paper or card
board shall have printed on them in all
tbe principal language', live lines of the
constitu'ion to lie drawn by a aort of lot
tery to that the immigrant can not
know, except by his real ability to read,)
what will bo preeeutcd him ut time of
This restriction will rlnit out a large
number if undesirable iuitnigrauls but it
Scrutinize Bonds You Sign,
lion. Kufua Mallory gave the jury a
bit of cood legal advice in his argument
before it Tuesday in Ihe Hose aud
Wollenberg case. He told them that to
limit the amount a bondsmsn will have
to psy in the event of a forfeit of the
bond, tbo Irandsmen must nave it so
stipulated in the bond; otherwise, a
bondsman is liable for the whole amount
of the bond, if lie. is worth it and bis co
bondsmen aro not. Thia being Ihe
case and it ia reasonable wo would ad
vieo every person who goes on nn official
bond or otherp, to ee that that proviso
ia iu the bond before be attaches his
as bordering on frenzy. It suggests how
far Castilian sensitiveness and popular
enthusiasm may push the Spanish gov
ernment without waiting for formal
proof oi the validity of the action of con
"In the event of a Spanish appeal to
European powers, it is rcmembeied that
Franch protests are still heard against
tho assumed American prolcctorate over
the continent, where France has large
" 'America,' eaya the Manchester
Guardian today, 'is doing her best to in
volve herself again in a tangle of
European diplomatic relations, by open
ing one foreign question alter another
in which Europo is deeply interested.' "
Tho weather is peculiar today
heavy fog haB rested throughout
valley all day, the first continual
this fall. But, it ia au epochal day, the
shortest day in the year, tho winter
solstice, tho day when the sun enters
the tropic of Capricorn, tho first day of
winter in tho northern hemisphere.
Butter a speciality at Allison's.
but first-clais handled.
Complete Hue of toys at Salzmau'e.
Mr. Burt, the railroad agent at Wil-
I bur, ia in the city today.
WiiEiirs, on the -3d day of Novem
ber, 1R0;, Honorable LaFayctte I-iuo,
waB removed by death from cur midjt.
therefore be it
Rttohetl, That in the death of li
Fayette Line, the legal profession of
the State of Oregon has lent one of its
most honored and ablo members, one
who, duting his practice us an attorney
andcouneel in the courta, has secured
the lasting esteem and confidence of iiis
Rcohttl, That in his death the State
of 0r-'3n loses one of her moat highly
re?'' - co anu tiseiut citizens ; inaiuur-
t io time he represented the peoplo
of our state in congress, ho was esteemed
as, nnd has ever since been looked
upon a j worthy of so high a position,
hia crery thought being that of honestly
and earnestly carrying into effect such
measun'H as he sincerely le!ieved to Lo
the interest of the pooplo whom ho rep
resented. Ilctolvnl, That wo hold in grateful
icmcmbeiance his uniform uourteay and
kindness which waa specially manifested
towards tho younger members of tho
Ilesohcd, That h report of the pro
ceedings of thin incutiug, together with
tlicao reeolutioiis bo presented lo tho
Honorable Circuit Court of Douglas
strato tho great merits of the remedy.
50 Warren St., New York City.
Iter. John Itcid, Jr.. of Great Falls, Mont
recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. I
can emphasize his statement, "It is a posi
tive cure lor cahirrh if u?cd as directed."
Kev. Francti W. Poole, Pastor CcntralPrcs.
Church, Helena, Mont.
EIj's Cream Balm is tho acknowledged
euro for catarrh nnd contains no mercury
nor any injurious drug. Price, 50 cents.
In 1S!2 Mr. A. L. Uoldwater, who
ownes three retail drag stores in New
York City, having learned of the great
value of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
for colds, croup aud whooping cough,
ordered a supply for his customers. I
met with so much favor that he soon
found it necessary to order more, nnd
during the winter sold over two gross of
the remedy. He says it gives the best
satisfaction of any cough euro ho has
ever handled. For sale at 'Jo and 50
cents per bottle by A. C. Marsters.
IS THK PLACE
A. O. U. W.
meets the second and fourth Mondays of
esch month at:30 p. m. at Odd Fellows halL
uembezs ot tne oner in gooa stancang are in
vited to attend.
RENO POST, NO. 3, G. A. R,, MEETS THE
flrst and third Thursdays ol each month.
WOMEN"8 RELIEF CORPS NO. 10, MUTTS
firsts and third Thursdays In each
FARM? ALLIANCE Regular Quarterly
Meeting's will be held at Grange Hall,
Roseburtr. the first FridaT in. December. March
and June, and the third Friday In September.
"D OSEBURG CHAPTER. NO. 8. O. E. 8.. MEETS
Av the semnd &nd fourth Thnrsdari of each
ALICE SHERIDAN, W. M.
DIVISION NO 476. B. OF L. I-
meets every second and fourth Sunday.
DOSEBUBG R. D.LODGE, NO. 11, L O JO. T
meets on Tuesday evening ol each week at
the Odd Fellows hall. Visiting sisters and
orcthren are invited to attend.
MARTHA PARRY, N. G.
ELA HENDRICKS, R. See.
ALPHA LODGE, NO. 47, K. OF P.. MEETS
ererr Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows
HalL Vlsitins Knights in good standing oor-
lially Invited to attend.
K.S.UU. U, U. M.
I. B. RIDDLE, K. R. S.
Toys, Toys, Book Games and
Presents for all. Old and Youne.
and get first choice.
I V TIRE LINE Of
At Cost for 50 days.
.VUO, A LARGE LINE OF
"Merit talks" tho HH
intrinsic value of I SI IfQ
Hood'sSarsapnrilln. H I B Rfe?
Merit in medicine mentis the power to
cure. Hood's Snrsaparilla possesses actual
and unequalled curative power and there
fore it has truo merit. When you buy
Hood 's Sarsaparilln,and toko It according
to directions, to purify your blood, or
euro any ot the many blood diseases, you
nro morally certain to receive benefit.
Tho power to cure is there. You are not
trylnrr an experiment. It will make your
blood pure, rich nnd nourishing, and thus
drive out tho germs ot disease, strengthen
the nerves and build upthowholosystem
Is the best. In fact tbe One Truo ltlwxl Purifier
l'ri pareilonly byC. I. II001I & Co.. Lowell. Mass
u I, r-Mi I' nt J"rK', l'am pi
HOOO S PlliS crll-. AllririipKlsM.Xso.
Fancy Chairs and Rockers
Just Received, aud at Prices uever before
quoted ill Roseburg.
WAI I PAPFR From 10 cents per
V.K..O.k.k...L..O.L..U. roll up. Entire line
Reduced until January ist, 1897.
Come, and bring your pocket books.
ALEXANDER X STRONG.
Cl'RNISIIING9, including Shirts. Hats,
1 Caps, Tarn O'Shaaters. Handkerchiefs. Sus
penders, Scarfs, Gloves, etc., etc., Eultable for
ROOTS AND SHOES. Don't over--
look our Boots and Shoes. Just received
new invoice and comparing quality our prices
are below competition.
YMAS EVE. We give away a Combination
Bread Chest and Side Board
and a Picture Throw only 50 cents pur
chase entitles you to a guess.
Yours for a Merrv Christmas and a Hannr
TO THE EAST
Gives the Choice ol
. Transcontinental . .
Low Kates to all Eastern Cities.
ntroim u and mantkai tukgk or
Foreign and Domestic
Marble and Granite.
1 cuijilo. no .-wiiti or mt.l.llo nu n. bin kI. my patron tho l-euetit ot the
:: to S per cent uuut) jau to !oliettor
All i. Orders (or Cemetery Work f Promptly .f Filled.
N.l l'lttl ACTtttN mwiiAMTuia.
i Wl .... . ...I II . . . I .. ..' II.......... . . . . . .
uiiiivnmi Miliar-, -.J .until .-IIC0I, l C .lii 1 1 I 1J O K 1X O IN .
rOKTLAND SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers leave Ainsworth deek, rortland.at
p. ra., evry five days. Cabin. sttengs
For full details call on or addrcs
V. C. LONDON.
Agtat, Kosebur?, Oregon, or address
VT. II. HVIILBUBT,
vitntrsl r.e r.Ktr Agent, roriland, Oregon
I'rt'idunt and Manajar