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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1897)
NOTES OF INTEREST.
A Baliman, thft reliable Jeweler,
fotlil til tor novelties it Patnuian'a.
J.T. Bryan, the Bum Watchmaker.
o lo the Kosoleaf lor Ibe lest clgare.
For a gwl fi-tout tlitnr t all vn Mrn.N.
Ootinly claims and wnrrantu IhimIiI by
D. . Weil.
. For flmt-claw) ilontiMry k ,,r- liltlo
K. V. r.(i)jiiiin, iK'nlist, room 1,
Key West, iiiiiiorti'il and tluinwitic
cigars at llie Kooclcaf.
I. 8. West iIom ineuraucu. Oflic op
posit the post ofllco.
Goods bolow coet at CaroV. Now Is
ths Um for bargaiim.
Nobby suits and lattl ul) It s at LUll
Jack'e. Trices very low.
All styles ami qualiliua ul hale at Abra
ham's Bedrock price.
Notliloa but the IhwI uiatcii.il used by
R. W. Beuja min, deulist. Koma I
Have your denial work done by K. W.
Benjamin, doulial. All Work guatan
At Oakland, T. L. liiavea itauihoriced
to receive and rxeit (or subscriptions lo
the Plain tiEALKH.
Do yon want a pood etrawbtrry plaul?
Call around to this otlice and find out
where to got some.
For a good bal, stylish md cheap, call
ou Wollenbenz & Abraham, wboee slock
embraces all gi ades of Lead gear.
Now is the time to spray our tnt.
Buy tbe Combination Sprayer and rave
time and uiouey. W. 11. Gordon, agent.
Bring your job work to tbe IVunm al
kr office. We are prepared to do lbs
cheapest and best work south of Tort
land. Wollenbers k Abraham of the Square
Deal (Store are now receiving a nice lot
of spring goods, f.stcat styles sud low
Tartics desiring family cvaing done
would do well to call on Miss Fannie
McKean, U'l Main street. Will sew for
70 cents rcr day.
Tbe Square Peal store has just opened
up a beautiful Hue of W. I.. Douglas
Ore jton's Shame.
shoes, which prove to be the best shoe
made. Come and inspect them.
To Ktsr A fire room cottage, rent I j,-0 uore UD tattle Gelds they'll bear
Aye, tear the soldiers' honor down !
De-pension those bravs turn,
And give their money to the boiue
'Twill gain tbeiu uothiug tbeo ;
And bow can such injustice (all
To men so In avo as ibey ,
Wbo proudlv bvre Old Ulory Ibruiigl)
The tbickost ul ths fray.
Meu wbo in triumph planted her
On Lookout Mountain's iret,
Along the heights of Mission Kidge
Where each man did bis beet ;
Soiuo who at Vicksburg cleaied the way
From Cairo to tbo sra ;
Some wbo from Little Kound Top
Helled back tbe hosts of Iee.
Some held the Mara and Stripes nlofi
O'er Shlloh's bloody ground.
Some at Antietam, bravely fought
With many a gaping wouud ;
(Some fought with Grant and MieriJan
Against the daring I-ee,
.Some marched with General Sliertuau
From Atlanta to the sea.
On ths doughty Monitor some fought
Against the Alert imao;
And checked tins iron monster's courre
And proudly forced ber back ;
And other naval heroes fought
- And paced the vessel's deck.
And blocked tbe rebels' vessels' course
And held ber Heel in check.
'Till tbe Sta s and Stripes in peace cu
From Oregon lo Maine,
From the lakes to the Hull of Mexico,
O'er mountain, vale and plain.
And is their food and clothing all
that Oregon can give
To thoee who fought so many yeais
Tbst we in peace might live?
How van you lake the paltry sum
From men as bravs as they ;
Since time has bent their stalwart forms
And bleached their locks to gray.
Tboy must either dwell without a home
Or bear tbe pauper's lot,
And has, in lees than forty jchis,
Their glory been forgot ?
For shame to glorious Oregon.
That it should fall to you
To deiusioa those brave loyal men,
Those veterans tried and tiue.
Oh better if they all bad found
Oo tbe battle field a grave,
Thau to bear the lot at this late day
Of the pauper or the slave.
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS ! NEW PRICES
5T0VES, TINWARE, CUTLERY
Ammunition ami Sporting; Goods.
( an fill nUrntti'ti l
I'liinibltiU mitt Mcprtlrliiu
I'r AU Ktt IN AM) MAN I FAt It RhBS OK
BOOTS AND SHOES
Finest Hue of goods ever brought to Roseburg.
Prices to suit the times.
Parrott Building, f Jackson Street, f ROSEBURG
cheap, near Washington street, west
side of rsilroad track. Enquire at 406
Washington street. a 15 If.
One minute is all the lime necessary
to decide from personal experience that
One Minute L'ouh Cure does what its
name implies. Marsters' Drug Store.
Torturing, itchiug, scaly ekin erup
tions, burns and scalds are soothed at
once aud promptly healed by DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve, the best known cure
for piles. Msrsters' Drug Store.
Ciood pasturage furnished at tuy pas
tures on Roberts creek. Charges reason
able. All stock at owner's risk. The
best of enre will be given lo all sleek en
trusted to my charge.
J. M. JHiiAin.1;.
Tbey are so small that tbe most sen
eative persons take them, ihey are so
effective that the most obotioate cases of
constipation, headache and torpid liver
yield to them. That is why DeWitt's
Little Early Risers are known as the
famous little pills. Msrsters' Drug Store.
Flaisdkalkb aud Planter is a little
alliterative, but sometimes by "apt al
literation's artful aid" you can catch the
public eye and engage the public at
tention. Tbe Webfoot Planter is
clubbed with the Plaindkalkb and tbe
two papers will tt) furnished to ail cash
subscribers of the latter without extra
Notice is hereby given to the public
by tbe undersigned that 1 do not allow
dead animals to be burned on my Dreni-
isea, at Roeeburg, Oregon, or garbage
aumpeu: tnereon or Eanu or gravel taken
therefrom, unless tbe party taking sand
or gravel first contract witn me for tbe
right to do so.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted ac
cording to law . Aaeux Rose,
Roeeburg, Oregou, March 17tb, 1885
Tbe daylight ride along tbe Columbia
cannot be but interesting at this time of
tbe year. Passengers taking tbe Spo
kane Flyer, leaving tbe Union depot at
;:iop. m. uany, get mis vuw lasting
over five hours. But that is not all.
Tbe 0. R. & N. give through service to
Hpokane, and a direct connection with
tbe train from Spokane to Kooteuai
country. Palace sleepers aud modern
coaches operated daily without change.
To Pa louse Towus,
To Coeur d'Alene Towus,
To all Eastern Washington Points.
To all Northern Idaho Points,
Take tbe O. R. & N. Spokane Flyer,
And Save Time.
Leave I'niou Depot Daily at 2 :13 p. m.
V, C. Lo.niwx, Agent,
Competition never worries us, because
we "ouy right" hence "sell right."
Tbe facts are these ; every move in our
business is only made after the most
careful consideration, nothing left to
chance. Shoes have advanced iu price
but not with ue. We sell you a good oil
grain shoe for (U'o aud upwards, tine
shoes iu proportion. If you djubt us,
come and BAe us. convince yourself that
wo have what we advertise. We dou't
care to do all the Uuuinesa iu town, but
want to get u slaro oi it. We firmly
believe that a concern that gives its
customers exceptionally good values in
every instance is bound to go ahead year
by year. This idea prevsils throughout
our entire business. Every dollars worth
of goods must give the wearer satisfaction,
even the all wool absolutely fasl color
1 8.00 suits.
J. AiiuAiusi'tt Clothing lfousc.
Northern Pacific Change.
The Northern Pacific railroad will
make the following time card for its (rain
leaving Portlauu daily, brgmning ou
Sunday the i'Sth lust. Leaves Portland
M 11 a. m.. lacoms 5 p. in., Seattle 1 u
Hi., Ellensburg 10:10 p. m., Pasco 1:60
a. m. Arrives at ppokane at 5 :50 a. m.,
Minneapolis 1 :05 p. m. and St. Paul at
4 M0 p. ni. Tbe now card will enable
passengers to make close connections at
fcpokane with the Spokane Falls and
Northern for tbo mines. For further
particulars see D. b. K. Bulk,
Local Ageut No. 'i, Marsters buildio,
Tbe cannon's deafening roar,
Tbe bugle acd the drum will call
Them to the fray no more.
Then give tteir peusions back lothem,
L'nfurl the Stripes and Stars,
Salute with shout and cheer those sons
Of freedom and rf Mars.
NlNMi: L. AUAAMitli
COUNTRY I'KODl'CU BOl'UHT AND .SOLD.
Give us a call. Goods delivered to r.ny part of the City in short order.
Corner Ijtue A Sheridan Street?.
A THAIMMi NCIIUUI.
kok ti:ai hi:i.
1 ME "STRUGGLE" OI- 189.
It Was a Contest Between Honesty
Tbo "struggle" of last Tear w as not be
tweeu "the money power aud the com
mon people.'' It was ltween the mass
of the people and a combination of dis
uonest rascals wbo wanted to rob mill
ions of the community by means of
cheap, cheatiog silver dollars, to be
made to apply retroactively on oblin
lions iccurred in honest dollars and for
the payment of future wages of labor and
by tbe aid of retroactive legislation
for the payment of existing debts. Tbo
confidence of operator whom lirvan
headed, in furtherance of this villainous
scheme, wanted to establish debased si
ver monometallism not bimetallism
so that all wbo had loaned money, or
sold property on time, or bad nionev on
deposits in banks might be done out of
half their dues. That was the game for
wnicn irjao maae ins WW speeches.
Bryan knew that tbe silver monomet
allism be advocated and miscalled "bi
metallisui" would involve this whole
sale cheating all over tbe Union, but be
did not dare to jastity or admit it pub
licly. He made hundreds of harangues
during tbe campaigo in all parts of tbe
Union, and he has made still more
speeches since his overwhelming defeat
and Las written a big book since then
putting them into type, but be has
never dared to avow tee purpoee and
street of his retroactive scheme of whole
sale repudiation and violation of existing
contracts ana pecuniary obligations
Gold and Silver.
Mr. Preston, the director of the mint
has about completed hia figures of tbe
gold and silver ptod action in the United
States during tbe calendar year IS'JG.
tie nods tbe production of gold to have
oeen aoout o3,uuu,UUU, an increase of
over sb.dLUUOO as compared with 18
Tbe production of silver is eiven as 57.
700.000 fine ounces, an increase of 1.900.-
uuu ounces over IS'Jj. I be pnncipa
gold-producing states, with tbeir Drod
uct last year in ounces, as com Dared
with Mr. Preston's figures for 18'J5. are
given as follows :
California . .
Colorado . .
Montana . .
Ari.ODa. . .
..708,000 C 1,732
. .180.06G a,33D
. IOI.Z'-j 18,177
.. t7,0U0 1U.487
To the Public.
On and after this dale, I wish it under
stood that my terms for all undertaker's
goods are cash w ith tbo order. I find it
impossible to do business ou a credit
basis, and belivo that I can do better by
my patrons and myself by Bulling strictly
or caan. 1'. 1!i.ndkk, Undertaker.
Itoaeburg, Ore., April 1, ISI'0.
Tho production of silver is given in
ounces, as follows :
Colorado 22,073,000 650,000
Montana M, 432,000 3,137,000
Utah 8,100,000 032,000
lasno 4,.jj0.ooo J,t3lMO0
Arizona 1.705,000 718.100
These figures will not be materially
cuaugea ot tue nusi revision, wmcu is
now ueiug made.
It is estimated that the government is
losing three million dollars a week in
revenue by thu delay in Ibe passage of
tbo tariff bill. The people are losing
ien times aB mucu iu wort on account ol
the dt lay. We earnestly ask everyone
01 our readers to immediately write a
postal card to, at least, one member of
tue united Males senate at Washington,
nrging and demanding the immediate
passsge of a protective tariff law aud
eucu a law as win give adequate protec
tion to American labor and American
industries. Address your postal card to
uon. u. w. wcLiride, U. B. ti , Wash.
ington, v. v.
Oregon I ire Relief Association.
Cheapest and bed insurance ou earth,
at cost, or 18.V touts pvr hundred, Real
deut propetty, a spetiallv.
' !, I. Uarutcrb, Agent,
Dr. Liuklater turned bis peacock and
the hen out on tbe lawn this week
where also ranged a Denney Pheasant
cock, ibe gallant pose ol this smaller
bird completely alienated the affection ol
the pea hen so that she deserted the
compauy of tbe gaudy bird. (Spread
bis tail as ue would be could not call ber
back, I lually the vaiu bird drouned
his feathers and for the rest of the day
sulked amoug the shrubberies. Ibe
doctor uext day removed the pheasaut,
when tbe faoiily estrangmeut wai bar
luouUed. Hillsboro Independent.
Cjuul'esu black otar ladies' hose, flu.
eit iu the market, ii pair fur 1.00 at tbe
KcCU ..if ormal luro ol tlinv jc.irs NMilui viar nliolly t ..i.'H.i! I rtiumi; . t
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AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS
Alexander & Strong's
WOLLEMBERG d ABRAHAMS
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Dress (ioods, l urnibhitiK (ioods.
Mats, Cips, lioots, 5hocs.
Cloaks, Capes, Wraps,
Curtains, r' ,
Iu shoit, our .sheUes arc 11 II eel with au excellent btotk
suited to all tastes aud to meet all icMuireincuts. Our
uottois: "A Soi'AKi, Dkai..''
t uer Oak aud
W0LLEMBERG d ABRAHAM.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
W JJiT JaSL-SISaHIM .
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND 1MM KD1ATK POSKtk.SIO.N U1VKN.
Stock Ranges, Timber Lauds aud Miuintr Piouerties',
'rune and Hop Lands of best quality, iu choice locations,
n quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
rices ana easy terms, inquire 01
D. S. K. BUIOK
vsa mm t yt as e
$10,000 4r c $18,000
WORTH OP niiRCIIANDISl:
J Till. (UtIUT
Which we lute leceivcd in consignment from the iccchcr
of one of the largest houses in San Francisco.
I'or Half Price
These goods have been sent u Indispose of at (m CCIlts
on t lie tlollnr, which is less (h.iu cost .(' inaiiuf.ictun ,
aud being sold in connection with our complete stock at ab
Note the following Astonishing Bargains!
All Woolen Press (loods, t;o iuches --G
wuie, Latest btyles
Ladies' aud dents' Mackintoshes
'La Our Loss is Your (lain.-1 --
Ladies' and dents' Underwear Reduced to Pticc
Our doods are all of the Latent Style.'.. Ni shell uom
guod.s on baud. Never has thete been Midi a Slaughter of
Prices. Call eatly and be convinced.
CARO BROS. THK BOSS S TORE.
his is the Place
A full and complete a.vsot liueiil
of all goods usually kept iu a lirsl
Mvery thing olfeied lot sale is lush,
and sold at very teasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock ol
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which ue invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, (lliei kins, Puk
els, Sauces, etc., i al.-o complete.
We carry the largest stuck l to
baccos iu Southern Oicgou.
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