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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1897)
JANUARY 21, 1H1'7.
Tli ih ii reheat
MtfTiar ( MimrM aoiimr nl l-ii nil Hot
lreU similar H.rvlii I'roaulilii-, II m,
nilT Mp. m. I Vniiin Pwiplv't Union, Ui.m.
Mr. K. W, lllai , rmaliti'lili MillxUf rVrniol, 10
e. in. I Jamii liliainlmrlalii, HiiiiorliilaiKlvn
'rTr Marlins. 1 IhiiU nln 7 mi
MBiHonmt t Mimi M miliar id Main aiM l.aaa
aknwla. niiiiday l'faililii.
ml 7. Ml i, Ml. I HaMitlti arliiwil, 10 . m. t.
W. Wunllnr. l"iilrlliUMiillil Claa Mmllni al
cIimmi ol the miirnlti anivlrat i'l lM
at p. in. Hum "iiiici r. I'rilniil. frafar
Mmlltil. W.lli.Ur. 1 V -.
rum I. M'ipi', I'aatur,
l'aaonisi miliar Mailt awl
VaaaartaniaM mum m mmar nl Cat mid
Hna-ttrwU. Muiciar !: Pupil" woithlp,
in ami 7 . HI p m ; taiitxia ai-hmil. o . m.i
V .V. V.U ,7 . m r-irl Mi-Mm. W1nev
ilj,7 P n
K n liaaimta, raaiur.
I. iinn i.l sulphur at MmiUh'.
A Sal.in.tii. Ilia reliable Jowemr.
Caro Urn, are llio Uiee merchant.
Wo to Him Uoselnaf lor Ilia Imal ilger.
Wood Uken on sulwrrlptloii at tbl
to A. 0. MaraUra A Co. lor cliool
(let your school liooks al Marslera'
Mankt-ra tny iir inutke al ihe Nov
ell r htoie.
or Ural-cU donlUiry go to l'r. LitU
Hi hoot book and stationery al Mai
slrra' Drug Num.
l ure freali groceiie. and low i-rica at
I I. S. Waal iltMHt insurance. OhVe
miiwMlta Ilia IMl ollice,
N.i(,,l nil. machine, ami lubrlcali
oil al Marateis' Drug More.
A fine line ol gent' chora al J. Al.r
hem V rrha jui '!
All woik warranted liretclaesby
W. Benjamin, denlial.
Key Ul, Imported ami domestic
filter al Ilia lloeeloal.
An ctcrllenl III"' "I u",rl oP
Marateis' Drug Mure.
li.xi la U'low coM al I'aro'a. Now i
the Ilia 1 1 nio lor bargains.
Nolit.y anila ami latent stylos al IJtll
lack's. I'mea very low.
All : lei ami .publics ol halsat Abra
ham'. Bedrnt k .i.en.
Millivolt's Hoiurp.ithic Heim-dics lor
air at Sinister' I'm; More.
An endless varioly ol comU, hair ami
rlollioi tiniahoa at MamliTu'.
Kor liarnaina in luuijly Krori rn a, rail
al lli lVii)'a aloro, I'ana itwl.
Kro.l Hm.l. Iaj. r. ronu H, Taylor A
Wilaoti lilink, Koafi.urif, Off son.
Mud yon 'a llomo.alliie Hvinetliaa al
A. C. Marwlera
K. I'o.'a ilruK aloff .
Iia uml wuUliei lo Klow
jrwvler lor riMlra.
llrinu your :.
Jerry Ilia rtliai
ict ol all kimla oonght
anl aoM at
lwr Krocfry tioro.
I. I irivn ia aullioriicu
in rnviva an J f
Jialpl lor aulrlilion lo
Ilia I'l ilMUll LH
Kina gol.l ami ailvrr fllliuKa put in by
11. V. lk'ujaunn, dfnliat. I'licea to
uil Ilia time.
Ilavo your denial aoik done by K. W.
llenjaniin. JcPlit. All work guaran
trd tlrnt clan.
"Uva and let lie" i lr. R. W. Bn
)mln'a rr.oiio. iVnlal work dona at
I orgeat alork of fancy cliaira at Alei
amlf r A NronK'a. ever brooRbt to Koa
burg and al nca lower than erer.
Hiing your Job work to the Pi.AiNDaiL
ga oftir V are prepared to do lb
cheaeat KndtMial ork aouth of fori
.and. rvi money ami time. To rtifi
going Kaat, go by the O. K .A N. abort
roula. Call on or w rite to . C. London,
A largo invoice ol Hit lia and Toata
tnentajual ret-eived ul II. C. Manlon'i.
Hibl.a, Irom i.'0 cenia lo l ; leatament
n and 10 tetiU earb.
Take noiice. lr. Henjamio, tba dent
lat, ia jruianrntly lixate.l ami guaran
tee ail bu aork. liiva buu a call and
examine aoik and jirnv.
II you don't aaut to Buffer willi coma
and bunion, have your toot and hoe
made at I.. Lanjrenburg1. Keoainug
neatly and promptly done
Kor a good bat, t)liab and cbeap, cail
ou Wollenberg A AUaham. wboae ilock
mbracea all gradea ol bead gear.
Tbe Kjuara Ual aUiie baa juet opened
. "i, ....... i,- nt V. L. IKutflaa
boiw. which prove to ba tbe best aboe
raade. wine inu ""i'
ani pre paro.1 to offer lumlr or wood
at reduced pticea. I am Uking in lum
ber and wood on old account and in
i,.,t. lor irooda. T. K. RiOUKDaow.
T .nminhnril ia still OU tOP. lie
carriea lull atock olcUmoemuajc.mn
i i....,.r,i vinlin. irailar. accord'
eon etc., violin etringt of beat quality
alwava on band.
SlowJerrv lb jeaeler haa 14 carat
filled gold ladioa waUliea now on sale.
i.,..i tr.w. IJS ii tlS. decided
tianrain. IVin t lail to eiamina them
Unn mirrhanins elaeabere
irv.v.- , - v
Jack Abraham, genu furniaber, keepa
lbs Ik1 gocla and laloat ol evi-ry thing
i i... i .,..1 aw.ll tliam at a lower
in uih , .
ii,.n n ,f Ilia competitor, lie
alas aella IkkiU and ihoei at aatonmhicg
-ri ,i.... r.i.. rtsvlvu ilul In. ri cabin
and all rtiHiraga. including meal and
bertl ara alill in flect on tbe 0. K.
A 1. Co'a. itamfri from I'ortland to
f an Fraucleco.
fctoauipr leavea Tortlaud every nva
For pain la tb tbf rief flf
Mkl i4miiAfuil with Chanilifft.iio'i Pain
HIrn and bound over tlm :t ol tha
pain, and anoti.! r uii tUo ImiH t oiweea
tba KhouMffK, will tin -td piouipv rvnv.
ValU.i.'lo ill '1M'H
l inn m "' -y ill
v,Uro tlm p!i. iiUausod 1 v u cold rttnl
thiia l.i ,U'V 1 ,4,,u'1 l'i"'!"",'"l'
i:-.T ..:.) by A.'. ' A
ui full v.
A'.rllllnK ft I
Hoi Id ailvar novalllat at ralmn',
Mil, J.C, Fullarbm loft lor Portland
on lait night' overland.
Haautlfiil daalgri In genu allk band
karcliluft at tba Novelty Nora.
C. A, tdleinau, Nal Attorney lien
ral, la a gueal at lb McClallHii.
Whn you are In nnd of hoot and
aliuw call and ciamiita our linn, Novoliy
When you tall on ua and don't aon
what von want, aak for It. Nuvvlly
Money In loan. Call at Iho olllce ol
t, K. Hlia, real inlatu deriler, Koatdiurg,
The pay car all! go through on No. IS
tonight and a low mure ooU will be
Mailin Mark, once Iho genial clerk ol
tiie firm of h. Maik A Co., waa in the
I un'l forget thai M. F, IUV r-ccoml
band alore H whero lo gnt hmgitlua in
bl claaa of goo-la
Olbgtir ale, Aiiala Water, ao.laa, nod
other aolt drink l Now lorry' drink
euiiorluui, now on draft.
Cleau Ireali camlin made daily nl the
Kandy Kbchen, Jilat a cheap a you get
thla aallly atuft nrouud town.
lbrii, at I lirir home three ioIIch aonlh
of Ihla city, Janutrv )!), l H'7, lo Mr. uml
Mr, (ieorita CampU'll, a il.toghlcr.
ltheuiiialialil ia ruiiNid I .y lactic arid
in Vie blood. Ilood'n r-arnpaiilhi ocii-
tfit.ltr the tu'id and i nri-n t huuiuatint.i.
N. Iinblur, who ha bveu under iiicili-
Cil lriatmnnt for rw-vornl mouth, ia now
vny low with little hopo ol hi rccovfry.
You can toll onu who ban good taatv
and don't like lo oat dirt, paint and
chaik. Ha Koit) hia candy nl lb? Kandy
Mr. J. liroeu waa uhjii our alrwi'ia to
lay. In dlwiififing Iho bold up o( ihe
Irgialatuto be appro a Ihc i ouiae ol Iho
In a private Icttrr to a fiit-n-i In re, Mr.
hoi. Abraham aritra that Mr. AWml mo
ia retting eay and ht'lii imitn hoji-
lul o( ri cover r.
I hrtve h Ktray Mmi'L dog. I'.Ui k .n.d
alntr, Ihi1iI.uI. i'itr r.io hati aine
hy n log liartn , II. Hcu,
S..uth IVer l?rffk.
II you I'Mimot I'lrnr tn loan fcnl u
your iiii! i-i lci, 1 1 haven t the g ods
an aill ny mot prH iirc Ihciil (or you, all
ordrra li roinpl y. Novclly ttore.
The Kandy Kk. Ikvi h ol a hig trade
luring the holidaja Toe ptuplo are
lieginnii.g lo find out that il i the only
place )ou can gfl iMH.lv that i tit lo eat.
K. Du (ia. I'hyascian and Hurgxon,
office In MarciKra' I'uililintr. Call in
town and uiuotrv promplly anawrred
night or dar. Ui.troco. '.1 1 Mill ctrct't.
Arthur Hfiia.iii, a.m ol Hon. II. I..
IWnaon ul (iraiit l'aM, paid a viul to
hla aunt. Mi 1. W. rttuin of (hi
city, on hi may homo from halem the
Crt of lb week.
Ladiea and gentlemen detirout of
atudying vole culture and ballad aid ¬
ing with Misa Marr A. Critteiidt-a mill
pleaa call or addreaa her at Mra.
Child', ol3 Stephen St.
Frelty rooI, that nuisance in front of
Mr.G.V. Kapp'e grocery ttore'iaa
bren aliated hy a conduit, and lop dm-
ingofgrarrl. Other plact-a are junl aa
needy, do thou and do likeaiae.
Mr. Aaron Itoae, who ha been iiiite
(oeble for aevrral neck, is rt-iort-d
much belter aiure hia daughter, Mif . It.
Mallory of I'ottlaud, i at hi bKide
and tenderly waiting upon him in her
Tba revival eervice at the M. I'..
church et ill continue. I r. h'ord will
preach ou rri Jay at S and ' iJ p. ui
On Sunday he will preach at 11 a. m
and 7 :.T0 p. in. The public nre iovitod
to all the atrrvice.
iKm't lorgt't to go and hear Kvv. Mr
Andcraon at tho Uaptitl chnrch Sunday
morning an. I evening. on w ill rums a
gKxl thing il you lail to hear bun. The
urjict, "The Two Great I'artii" will
tie one ol deep intcrret to all
iter. v . I'. Anderson win preai ti iu
the Baptiet church in thin city on Sun
dav, morning and evening at the uaual
hour. Subject in the morning, "The
Tao (treat Tartier." Kvenicg aubject,
"A riain Quenion in Bookkeeping."
Good paatarago furniebed at my pabt
lure on Hoberta creek. Charges
reatonable. All ttock at oai.t-r'a iik.
Tbe beat ot care mill be given to ail
alock entruated lo my charge.
J. M. Si il Al 1 111
Where lb carcai ie there will the vul
ture be gathered together. It b aup
poned lb carc-a at Sale iu mould furnifh
food lor an army ol cli rkt to prey uoo
but o far there ie not enough to go
round, and great are lame niaiiona
A, K. Ooul of St'4ittlitirg came up
from that burg Tu-lay ivening and ic
lolervlBmlog bl many Irinid in lb
cliy on lb pcl of lh hair iu bod up
and tb ooaaavpeDOHi to lb inU-net of
tba tat. II U unrparlng of bii coo-
damuaUon of Ibba bo at rrvponaible
for m tailor to organla th bouae.
I am Informed (bat a lady' golJ
watch waavJ from th bona of J. C.
1 u'l.-rtoo duu-log lb Or. Th walcb
o.:.'!j t I found witblb property wblcb
v. .in tiv '-j from tb Arc. I will py a
t. i Du' m reaari lor lb r cover cf tb
. : ! ; any Information which will
.-..'if Pi . I-- ivtrry of tb tm.
c bav a liu of
i axit (be good
l Lai at bot'
. . i all kiodr,
It I Raid that, "Hop spring tternal
In tb human breaal," Tbat II whet
animates Jonathan liourn tod hi co-
Urla of tM)HM:rtlo follower to bold op
tho lugltlatur. Ilnt It I also written I
"Hop oft dofnrred cauaet tbo soul lo
sicken and dospalr." Ther will I a
lot of sick soul in the iHipocrallu rank
by arid by.
It will bean agrecabl lurprlsn lo
rFoii subject to attack of bilious
colli; lo learn tbsl prompt relief may be
bad by taking Chamberlain' Colic,
Cholera and I'larrhoa! ltemody. Iu
many Inalnnces the attack may be pie
vented by taking this remedy a soon a
Iho fl rat awiiptoiiii of the dlaearo a-
lear. V) and M) cent boll lea for 1 by
A. C. Marstei A Co.
Mr. V. W. Ilnnion and Mr. Geo.
Carpy, who went a few weeks ago lo
r'auta Clara, Cal., ib rapone to a tele
gram apprising them of the serious 111-
iii-ss of thoir father, Dr. II. C. Benson ol
that city, returnrd Tueaday evening on
the overland, having remained with
tlmir agiid Inlher till hi death ai.d
burial, which took place laat Saturday;
Or. Bi'iiacn w as an early pioneer to (hi
coast, ue was long a resident ol roll
land where he conducted lh I'aclflc
Christian Adroca'e, 'lie leading journal
ol the M. K. church for lh I'aclOo
coh',. Thus the otd landmarks of tb
truly Methodist Church aeat of the
Uotky Mounltiiit are pasting aaay, and
to'iii llio rcrnca ol thulr Uoioui labor
in liehalf of lliat church, anil lo mhom
tl.t: l ooplo of this cosal owe much, a III
knom tbetu no muie (or ver. Bat like
all good men their gool work do follow
them as a rich legacy to alter genera
liuiB. I'c Ikusoo aa Hi year old,
hiiving Ik'od a leading light in bl
rbimh, mai highly ealeomed for hi
many noble iua1itea of brad and brait,
an I mbuae death is lamonted by many
tliouxamla, not only of bis own church,
but also by ol hi r CbriBiiau deuomina-
tious acitiaiLl"d with bis Christian U-
boiM on Iho line ol Methodism.
Massacre in Havana Province.
J At KnoNviLLr. Ma.. Jan '20. Cubans
in this city say they bsve rrporig ot an
other Spanish LuUtitry. rrom the ac
count ol the affair it apoears that 600
iiiMirgcnta under command of Colonel
Francisco ilo I'aulo dashed into San Mig
uel, Havana province, Saturday night.
Iho Spauiitti gairiaou conmatiiig ol fO0
. !. a f . . I
men, miuiorew turinui iirmR a niui.
Tiie insuigeuts held possesion ol the
loan birover three hours, looting tbe
More, public buildio,s auu many rest-
ilc.ijris. Tl:.')' captured tho niaior and
forctd him toileliver tbe lax money in
his iioiR'Mioti, amounting to flXX).
After firing the Imsiners part of tb
town and several private bouses, the
After the insurgents left the inhabi
tant busied themselves extinguishing
the flamrH. While tbns engaged the
SpsniHb forcei returned and opened fire
ou them. Many ol lb inhabitant, in
tit, ir lern r, rushed into hurnicg houses
and mere rremaled.
The Cuban reports say iO person
were killed, IS ol whom were women
and children, and U others were
wounded, some of them fatally.
About the Thing.
Judge Stephers staled in the Oregon
ian mini.- civin InBtruciiob to tbe
grand jury: "I aometiroes believ
ihul grand jurors thick the judge sits
here and r ads the eecli ins ol the atat-
utca to liirm lor the eole purpose of
listening 1 1 tbo sound ol bis own voice."
He then lectured tbrm on their sworn
duty to lake cognitacco of tba actions of
the I'Ulrict Attorney Coke, and cbiet of
police and Judge Swerk, and if it is
found that tbey lave not "discharged
their duties it is your rlgbt to indict
Item." II such ine'.ructions were siven
to all our grand juries and the would
act upon such instruction regarding tb
violation ol lams piobibiting gambling
and irostitution there would be com
scattering amoncsl that class of evil
Ur. King's New Discovery lor Con
Tluai the fertl medicine in tbe world
forallfjiuis of Cough and Cold and
for Conaumption Kvery tttUle i guar
aiiWe-1. It will cur and not disappoint
It has no eotisl for Whoopiog Coogb
A m Inn a Hay Fever, Pneumonia, Bron
chitis, I t Gripiw, Cold in tbe Head and
lor Consumption. It is sale for all a gee
pleasant to take, and, above all, a sure
cure. It is alma well to take Dr
King's New Lite Tills in connection
mitli Ir. King' New Discovery, as tbey
regulote snd tone Ihe stomach and
bowelf, We guarantee perfect aali
facliou or return money. Tree Irial
botllee at A. C. Marster' Drug Store
Regular sis bO cents and 1 1.
At the Armory livery Saturday Eve
These dancet a ill be run on a regular
eoieblinc plan. Instructions on c en-
dance from 7:110 to tl o'clock, free of
Admission for lady aud gentleman, 50
Geutleman wilboul lady, 75 cents.
Ijily nut accompaiued by gentleman
Spectator not aliomed.
T. K. KiuukiifcON.
In Wuat Roaeburg, Januaiy -':'nd, l.i7,
Mr. Mercy Naomi Carl; agod 7 'J years,
Ztaoulbaand 1 day. Tbe funeral aer
ykt will tab plaoa tomorrow (FriJay 1
at tbe CaiUi Bretbreu church at 1
o'clock p. ta.
Tb school w ill begin again neat Mon
day. Let all wbe ar interested take
notice and govern themselves accordingly.
The Industry Ruined.
VitToau, II. C, Jan.lH.-At tbe llnd-
on' Day Company' ssl today, raited
ealaklnaiaoldat 12 per cent, lower
than at I'arnpfon A Co.' sale last
month. Tbe average price lor all skin
old today Ifll04d. Vlctor'an In-
tereated In t he staling Industry were
keeping op tbolr notirage, with I be hope
that price at the IIadon' nar win-
peny'a sale would be higher than at
Umpaoii', but the tolegraui conUining
the above information redely shattered
all these hopes, and (be sealing Indus
try, which waa once an Important
ourcoof reveuue for Victoria, Is now
For the past two yeaiilbe sweeps of
the Industry waa eodangered by Interna
tional restrictions and low prices, but It
never received such a blow as today's
aiiurnoedenUdly low price give it.
There were upward of 40,000 skins se
emed by Victoria acboonera in th sale,
aud ou each there ia a direct loss ol not
lesa than 2 50, and in aome instances
the lose ia upward of a skin. The
total Ion for tbe Victoria achoonera is
upwarda of f 100,000. Tbe average
price of XI 10 4d will not net more than
50, which will not more than pa7 Ihe
Indian I bo f I per skin, and the "pot
latch" and bounty, wblcb they alto re
vived In addition to the regular prices.
Nearly all tbe skin which mere secured
laat seaaon cost tbe owners upward of ('J,
so that those vessels wbiali bad the big
gest catches will suffer moat. Today'
price have made tbe ownere to lake op
Ibeir schooner, ratber than pay the
Indiana ft per skin, aud aa Ihe Indiana
are obdnra e, iti not improbable tbat a
majority of Ibe schooner will remain in
A Gunboat Blow n L p.
Havana, Jan. 18. The gunboat Cen-
tinel and Relampsgo left Manzauillo u
Ihe niht of January 10, with Ihe object
of going up the river Cauto to Fort
(insmo, in compliance with the orders of
General Boncb. At 10 o'clock on Ibe
morning ot January 17, both gunboat
weie tear Mango landing, when an ex
plosion ol a torpedo, .which had been
moll planted iu the river, sunk the Rel
ampsgo. ihor.e ol trie crew wno sur
vived rwam toward the nhore, but were
li red on from the banks. At this criu-
cal momenta boat was launched from
the Centinela. which rescued the men in
the water. In view of the instructions
and the fact that the co ninander of Ibe
Centinela and neirly all of the crews of
both boats had been wouuded, the ex
pedition bad to return to Manzmillo.
enor Martinez, of tbe Relampsgo,
was seriously wounded in the explosion,
as welt as uunner rranctsco Martinez
and three seamen, while Paymaster
Antero, Chief Officer Ma'ijuero, Fogi-
neer I azadel and trie goMxiant pilot
and four other were slightly wounded.
Six of Ibe officers and crew were killed
outright, and all of the rest received
wounds of more or lees severity.
On tbe Centinela the commander,
Senor Puerto, waa teriousiy wounded,
while one of tbe crew waa killed and
Corporal Manuel Cubans, Ibe pilot,
Assistant F.ngineer Martinez and aix of
tbe crew were wounded. .
French In Manitoba.
New Yckk, Jan. 18 A Montreal rpe-
cial to tbe Evening Poel say J. J. Tarte,
minister of public works, in his psper,
I. Cultivsleur. takes a gloomy view ol
tbe proepeita of tbe French race in Man
itoba. In its latest issue, Uie paper
"II things continue as tbey are now
going, the rrenco groups in jianuooa
will baye completely ditappeared be
fore 10 vearr. There aill be only left
here and titers a lew establishment,
surrounded on all sides by ibe etrong
and lively nationalities which aie every
day taking the place ol our own people."
Mr. Tarte ascribes these conditions to
tbe attituJe of tbe Roman Catholic hier
archy in tbe Mauitab school ijueotion
The Latest From Bombay.
Lokdcn. Jan. 1". A dispatch from
Bombay ray :
The government announce that any
public servant resigning or quitting bis
poet on account ol the plague will lose
bi Deration, and will never l-e re en-
All inlected bouses are being washed
with the Gre bote, charged witb strong
Numbers of men have left the gas
work, and it is lea re J tbe city will be
left in darknrsj uiilea tire nodus is
Tbe Latest outbreak of the disease has
occurred at Belgium.
There is a terrible panic and havoc
also al Katui, which is also suffering te
veiely from famine.
lioMiiAY, Jan. H. The situation is te
oomiug rapidly worse, and tbe eoJ.;s
from the city on account of Ihe bubonic
plague continues. Ofbcial returns is
sued lodsy bhow "''j cases of plague re
corded and -I)'.'- death from pestilence.
Tbe Times, ol Bombay, complsins
tbat the sanitary condition of Bombay
have been allowed to deteiioiate fur 10
years. It adJa that tbowho'e future
trade of tbe city it involved, and no ex
pense upon the part of the government
to etaisp out the plsgue can be too
AtTropico, Cal., January IS, 1S'J7,
Chetler K. tl til. beloveJ busbaod ol
Lucia A.Hill, aged fd years, 5 months
and 7 days.
He bleeps in Jesus, bleared sleep.
In which none ever wake lo woep,
A calm and uuJislurbed reKae
Cobrokeu 1 y tbe last of lota.
The Central Houac.
W. 11. (iordon is now tbe proprietor of
this popular bouse. Tbe table will be
supplied witb lb best iu tbe market
good beds aud- courteous Ireklmeut.
Meals 13 tent, aud beds tbe aaiue rale
Beanlifnl waalher and wild flower ol
several vsrleile sr in bloom, while th
catkin on lb willow are ponlilve v
dene (hat spring I her.
Mis Nettle Redfir Id of Bosky dell went
to Grants Paa on Monday for a week'
visit with relative and friend.
Mr. W, II. Redfleld, who 'has been
seriously ill, is much better we are
pleased to say.
Mn, Julio Htgsn gave a social dinner
on Tuesday which waa a vary pleasant
occasion. Th guest were: Mr. L.
Jones, Mr. A. Marshall. Mi. Miller,
Mis Hamilton, Mi VeU Redfleld,
MiasJenni Roberts, Mi Ra Hamil
ton, Mia Myrtle Marshall, Mr. A Mar
shall and Frank and Rotb Marshall.
We are pleased fo not tbat Mr. L.
Jones bat been reappointed rosd oper
risor for another year. It la noticeable
(bat ihe roads are in good condition and
that much work and graveling ba been
done during Ihe year past, while Mr.
Jones ha tbe happy faculty of getting
the work done, and well done too. And
all tbe men who worked under Mr.
Jone here seemed to enjoy their work
which usually is irksome.
Todav Misa Mima Hsmilton waa
called to Galetville on account rf lb
aerioua illners of her nephew, Mel
bourne Hamilton, who is the youngeet
con of Mr. A. G. Hamilton.
Lant week we rent two day at Glen-
ellen, Ibe cozy home of Mr. and Mr. C.
TotUtn, and w were pleased lo note
Ihe substantial improvements that bav
been made on this nice little farm dur
ing tbe past year. First, we ace a fin
orchard of selected frail tree in addi
tion to Ihe large orchard tbat yield tbe
finest fruit in this valley. Next w
noted a commodious smoke-houfe filled
wi:)i choice bscou and lard. Also Mr.
Tot ten has some fine atock which yields
large quantities of golden batter and o
licious milk, wilb geeee, duck, chicken
and guinea fowls, which make Glen
ellen a farm bouae of ye olden titn.
We tbaclc Mr. and Mr. Tolten for
their Reneroua hospitality.
Sherman Tower ba eiecttd a neat
bouse on his farm, and aa tb bouae ia
larue enough for two, we imagine we
bear tbe tiLkle of wedding belle
Laht Friday evening, January 15lh,
the Olalla postomce waa broken into and
robbed again, tbe fourth time within
three years. This time by a boy 15
year old named Adin Aldricb. Ue look
20 cents in postage stamps, $1.55 postage
money and $17 worth ol gooda from Ibe
store. Tbe.poetinaster, ffm, ell, bad
miaeed goods from bis alore several lime
prior lo this and inspected Ihe robber.
He therefore laid in wait for tbe depre
dator, and by tbe aid of an aesociate ol
bia it was found tbat tbia boy Adin
Aldricb, waa intending to make a raid on
Ibis particular evening, and Mr. Well
waa on tbe watcb and tbe boy waa
caught with tbe above named gooda in
bia poeseaeion. Ue was brought here
Saturday by Constable A. S. Ireland.
Young Aldricb was arraigned Toeeday
before United Sla'e Commissioner. L
Laugbary. Aldricb wared examination
on Ibe charge of robbing tbe United
State mail and waa remanded to Jail,
till the deputy U. 6. marshal, D Schna
be!, returns from a mitaion from Ihe
south part of tbe county, when be will
take yoong Aldricb to Portland for trial
for robbing tbe United State J mail.
J. K. Hanna'a Decision.
In Ibe matter of tbe State Land Com
musiocer v. J. W. Hamilton involving
ibe neglect in duty of their attor
ney, ihe case came op Tueaday before
Judge J. K. Ilanna of Jackson county,
on Ibe bench. Tbe case waa called Mon
day, a jurv w aa empanoaled and went to
trial Tuesday. At tbe clore of teatimony
tbe defendant moved a nonsnit. Tbe
cate waa argued pro and con. Tbe plea
of nonsuit waa sustained by the judge,
and tbe cauee dismissed for want cf evi
dence to sustain It. Ibis cause of action
waa inttit'ited lo recover damagra from
Mr. Hamilton for allowing, while attor
ney for the State School I .and Commit-
siouvrs. the statute of limitation to
run befor commencing action to re
cover money from S. Mark A Company
in tbe long ago. Testimony on part of
the plaintiff waa taken and argued refer
Judge Hanna who decided aa above.
Judge L. Laugbary of thi city bts re
ceived the appointment. as tpeusl com
miationer to take evidence of depreda
tion committed by Indiana in tbe State
of Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Mon
tana, under tbe lodisn lepredetio
Clain Act introduced by oar townsman
Binger Hermann. Tba aalary, eom mis
sions and ter diem amounts to about
f30J0 a year. It la remarkable that Mr,
Loughary. a republican, baa been ap
pointed by a democrat, but it ia emi
neiitlv fitting tbat Mr. Lougbary should
be given tbe position. He ia well quill
Cod for aucb service, being an attorney
of recognized ability and ia deeerving
this mark of distinction. Tbe I uaix-
inALta joins witb tbe citiren of Roae
burg generally in congratulating Mr.
Ixughary upu bit appointment.
Coal tar and re in at Marster'.
It is worth the trouble ol
trying ccry one of Schil
if you find only one that
fits you. They fit so per
fectly. Foi ult ly
Ktue & bham brook
The absolutely pure
ROYAL the most celebrated of all
the baking powders in the world cel
ebrated lor its great
leavening strength and
purity. It makes your,
cakes, biscuit, bread,
etc., healthful, it assures
you against alum and all
forms of adulteration
that go with the cheap
Mr. Bern Bolslnger waa on th sick
list laat week.
A party waa given at tbe residence of
A.W. Htanton Wednesday evening, Jan.
13tb. The evening waa (pent in danc
ing, singing and music. Tbia social
gathering waa enjoyed by Ihe M usees
A gee, Wimrton, Thompson, Neely, Stan
ton, Mr. and Mra. I. B. Nichols, Messrs.
Charl and Fred Win M on. Asher A gee,
Dellert Thompson, . Neely, Cbss.
Hester, William and Teal Simmons,
Merit, Albert and Tommy Weatberford
and I. Kant.
Saturday evening, Jan. 10th, tbere
waa a very pleasant entertainment at
the Brock way school boose, a large num
ber being -preeent. Tb following pro
gram wa rendered : Mutic, Delia Stan
ton ; reading, I B. Nichols; recitation,
Pearl Corn ; aong , May Stanton ; recita
tion, Claod Thompson; mosic, Minnie
Stanton. Play Marrying a Poetes.
Characters : Mr. A. W. Sun ton, Min
nie. Dell and May Stanton, Charles
Keater, I. Kent, Rett Neely and Wm.
Simmons. Mask by Delia Stanton and
Wm. 8immone; recitatioo, Char?. Win-
aton; recitation, Delbert Thompson;
music. Ma Searing and Wm Simmona;
recitatioo Minnie Stanton ; play by Tom
and Olivia Weatberford, Henry Lander
and Addia McBee and many other to
numeroos to mention.
Th Literary Society i wry prosper-
oo. Tbe qoeauoo ;or bataraay even
ningis: -olved, tbat a barbaroaa it
more bsppy than a civilired man.
A. W. Stanton and Attorney George
M. Brown of Roaeburg were in Salem
Uat week end returned borne Sunday.
Visitor last week were Messrs. 'Mires
Tbe O. 6. N. 8. band entertainment
laat Saturday evening waa good.
Mr. Mlrea visited chapel and gave us a
pleasant talk a few day ago.
Mr. Byaxa, commandant tf tbe Sol
liar's Home at Roeebarg made uaa
pleasant call tbia week.
Som people say tbe band boy were
trying to Leal tbe yoong ladle' cooking
laat Saturday. How ia tbat, boys?
Tbe Excelsior society will render tbe
following program: Song, by society;
reading, Edward Parker; Life of Francis
Bacon, Lonnia Applegate; aong, Prof
Bariee and Daisy Badger; recitation,
Ella Kent; talk, Fro!. Reynold; debate,
Edwin Rhodes and James Blaocbard.
Tbe Docindia Literary rendered the
following program laat Friday evening
Song, by society; recitation, Emma
Mulkey; talk on t oology, Elmer Farker;
aong, Ella Spalding; talk on geology
Jamea Taylor; eroea fjoestions, L
Cook ; oratorical contest, Matti Blaine,
Arthur Rice, Adam Castor, Frank Nigb
wander and Anna Dooley; talk on
Egypt, Asby Taylor ; talk for beoeCt of
tbe order, Roae Mnlkey. bicuavr
Notice is hereby given to tbe public
by Ibe undereiKned last I ao not auow
dead animals to be buried on my prem
ises, st Koseborg, Oregon, or garbage
damped thereon or eand or gravel taken
thairafrom. nnlaas the party taking aand
or gravwl first contract witb me for the
right to so do.
TreMpaaaers will b proeecoted ao-
eordine to law. AsoK Kosa,
Roeebarg. Oregon, March 17th, 1896.
To all whom it may concern:
hereby give my consent to my boo
Charles E. Noah, a minor, to do busi
ness lor himself, to contract and make
agreement in hi own name and right
aa of legal age, and tbat I will not be
responsible lor any eucb coo tract or
agreements made by bim.
Nut a few who read wbat Mr. Robert
Rowl. ol Holland, Va., baa to say be
low, will remember their owa expert
ence uudr like circumstance: "I
winter I bad la grippe which left me in
a low state ol health. I tried uumer
ou remedies, non ot which did m any
good, until I waa induced to try a boltls
of Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. Tb
firtt boltls of It so far relieved tustbat
waa snabled to attend to my work, and
tbe second botUs stTected sours." For
ale at 25 and bO cents per bottle by JL
, tm . atat veaa.
NOTES OP INTEREST.
New gooda at Caro Bros. Ikies Store.
J. T. Bryan, the Busy Watchmaker,
t or a good 6-cent cigar call on Mrs.X.
K. W. Ienjamin, dentist, room I,
Boetoo liaked Boans at tits Home
Bakery. Try them.
Shasta Water at Slow Jerry' cigar
nd drink emporium.
For a good smoke call at Slow Jerry's'
bazar, and ge.t a Loa A more cigar.
All kind of artficiali teeth made rea
sonably at Dr. Fred Hayces' office.
Money to loan. Call at lbs office ef
V. Rice, real estate dealer, Roaeburg,
Delicious "salt-rising" bread at lh
ioiue Bakery, corner Oak and Roes
Nothing but tbe best material used by
. W. Benjamin, dentist. Room 1,
Freeh home-made bread at tbs Horns
Bakery, corner Oak and Rote street.
Alice Baldwin, proprietor.
Case beer tbe grocer, corner .Jaekara
and Washington, keep tbe beet grocer
iee. I'-acon and lard a emialty.
I'arties desiring family eewiog den
wool J do well to call on Miae Fannie
McKean, 421 Main street. Will sew for
75 cents per day.
Slow Jerry, the jeweler, baa just re
ceived a fine lot of ladies and gents gold
filled watches. Tbey are beaoties and
no mittake good liuieia, too.
Wanted. Five or sis hundred dollars
for three ur five years. First class se
curity on Roaeburg inside property.
Address bo, care 1 'L a is n cal jut.
You can get knives for 5 and 10 cants"
snd-from that price ap to $5. Each
knife well worth the price asked at
Churchill, M oolley 4 McKenzie'a.
Uoodadvi1: Never leave boms on m
ourney without a bottle ol Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and DLarrbu a Rem
edy. For sale by A. C. Marsters & Co.
Caro Brue. closing out tale is drawing
crowd- to the Boss Store. Low price
and quick sales is the order of tbs dsy.
Gooda must be sold at any sacrlfies.
Call and see.
Two tracts of land for rent, containing
one Id acre and one 15-lrack within !,'
miles of tawn, fair orchard on each
place. For further information 'call on
I. F. Ricic. Real Estate Dealer. Boss
l'r. Matchelte'a Iudian Tobacco Anti
dote will cure any one of the tobacco
babit io 72 hour. It is compounded by
a celebrated physician, aud is tbs result
of a life time study. Guaranteed barm
less. I'rioe, only 50 cent for a big boa
nougb to cure any ordinary case. .AH
druggists, or by msilt postpaid. Circu
lars free. Dm. Mauuktts,
Many merchant are well awars tbat
ilnir customers are their beat friends
and take pleasure iu supplying them
with the Lest goods obtainable. A an
instance a mention Ferry A Cameron,
prominent druggist of Flushing, Michi
gan, ihey say: nave no liesita-
tion in recommending Chamberlain'
Cough Ketuedy to our customers, a it is
the lieat cough medicine we have sver
sold, and' always give satisfaction."
I or sale at "j and 00 cent per tottls
by A. C. Marsters & Co.
Hit-best Honors World' Fair
Oold Msdal. MldwInUf Fair.
Host Perfect Mad.
4o Years tat Sta&laii,