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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1898)
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PLAINDEALER PUBUEKINO COMPANY.
ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1898.
I. u. M.KH. KOHKItOHU I.O DO , NO. M,
. (). o. K. hull on wiitiiKl anil Imirih Thiirerlaf
hnlil tlinlr regular imiiBiuniraiioga at iu
(if anil Itliilltll. All
uimniHire mu hi
lwl regularly, and all vlslUlig brothers cor
7 KHKI) l'AiR'T()HriNi It. H
II HUMAN MAItKri, awrvlary.
lOt!lll.a COIINCII.. NO. ill JK. O I!. A. M.,
I' iiimIi rvarr ViluimUr vvulni at
o'tilixtk III Hi" Olil Maaunln 1111. . Vlalllng
lirollinra are orllU)r liirlU'i io aiienn.
U. U. CtMMoM,
tlao. W. I'aaar, v-oallnr.
r AUHr.i. ixihii a. r. a a. m . Minna
- mMiiiim lb id end i w4udrs la
eaoh uioiuli. ...
HIKK JOHNSON, W. M.
N.T. jKtf, H'ory,
ItlllLKTAHIAN UIIKlR, NO. i. 1. O. O. f.
mania Mliirtljr rrulus of aacn week l
Ihetr hull In Oilil follow Temple at HoMbtira.
Minttira .l he urlr In gooU eunllnf rlnll-
tloatlauit. KMitKKT HOIII.SkON, N. U.Z
r.ii. Mltau.!, Bet'J.
OH It HIIRO IXJIHIB, NO U. A. O. U. W.
k i.tni. iha MHuind an4 fourth Mulidar SI
ewh month ai 7 o p. m. at Md fellows ball.
MnnlHira itl the ordvr lu good slaodlug ara to-
Hail l alleud.
KNO lOHT, NO. Ft, (I. A. R , MBITS THI
Ofsl and Ihlrd lburla, ol veca mouun.
WOMKN'H MKI.IKF COUCH NO. 10. MISTa
fint and third rudeta In aae mouth.
l,AKSir A I.IJANt It -Regular Vu""'f
Mewling a will M held at Oreng He,
K"atnirg, the Ural Frldar In Dtwambaf, Mantfe
and June, and the third Friday In iwpumber.
ROHKBUHH ( II AI'TRH, NO. I. O. R. B..MIITS
the xoiid and lourlh Thuredara ol each
MOl.l.tK HIIAUBKOOK, W. M.
RRihNA KAr, y.
ROHRHUHd IIIVIHIOM NO 7 B. 0J 1.1,
meela eery aeouud and lourtfc Buaday.
t()HEBUBO R. U. IXD(IR.NO. 41. I. O. t
K. mvM on 1 uoeday eranlna l ea h week at
Iha Odd fellow hall. VuTtlug alaUra ane
erethran ara lotltrd to altand.
MKKIT WEHT. N. 0.
AMATAHM1TH, R. Bee.
AIJ'IIA IXJIMJR. NO. 47. R. Of P . MRBTI
A. erery WedneadaT eeulii at Odd fallowt
HalL VUtllna Knlahu In good Handing cor
dially Inrlted to alleud.
A X. ORAWrORD,
Attorney at Law,
Boom . Maratcra Building. ROfllBDRO. 0.
-rgaBulnraa before the U.S. LauoOIBcaaad
mfuTui caee a apeclatly.
Ulc Reoelver U. B. Land OSoe.
raiD. raai rvmif.
T. Wli'lock. ROBEBl'HO. OaV.
yy n. WILLIS,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will praMUe la all the eourta of Ibe Bute. Of
lee la U Court llouae, IJoagla eoaaty. Of.
Q A. 8HULBHBDK,
Attomoy at Law,
OfH.ie over the roetoflloe oa Jaakaoa atraet.
itcclal attcutlou given lo com
uerclal i.ctw atna Collrcilau.
yitlcaon Jacaaon 81. ojinoilto Blocumi Black.
J D. STRATFORD,
Attorney at Law,
TaylM wflim Blook. BOSEBPRO. OB
I B. EDDY,
J RA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
?LMER V. HOOVER,
Physician aud Surgeon,
Main Hlrool, one door ioiiIIi ol City Hall.
YRA BROWN, M. D.
OKK10K, MJ Jukuii Blroot, at ki
Iduuouot Mn, J. Blrzor.
J L. MILLER, M. D.,
Surgeon and Homooopathio
ILL. P. HEYDON,
ana Notary Public.
Orrita: In Court llouae.
Onlnra fur Hiirvi'ylnir and Kjvld Kntei ihould
lie a-Mrr.Mil In Will V, lli y.lon, County Pur
vojojr, Homiburg, Or.
4- STRICTLY PIR5T-CLASS. f
UkH.U.V. Mit'l.AI.I.KN, l'rot..
S11D37AITHS rOS TRAVILIl'3 KEX7.
Large, Fine ".ample Room..
Free 'But to and Ffom Train.. E0SZB7S9.
JERRV J. WILSON,
WutCiimakrr it ml Jeweler,
All BtvpMlrlugr c-iilruatccl lo
ny era will b l-atfH 1T1. V unci
4Bwa .! .
RU Jtei reeetted a aew and bidb alotk e
DRY : GOODS
LAdlaa' Draaa (ioodi, Klbboaa, TrlmniinKH,
Iacm, tic, He.
-AUIO A FINB STOCK OP-
IIOOTN AII NIIOi:
Or U. ket "Bmilly aad lal.li.
Wood, Willow lid GIrk Warn,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc,
Alao oa baud la targe quantillea and at frtt (c
ealt the Uetee. Alas a large eUick uf
Call at Stanton's for 4,L. P. M"
Waaxa alwaya io tha Lead, and mean to
Tha Golden Harveat ia upon ui, and farm-
era ara emillng becauae Woodward
looaa to their iutereit.
Theae ara all Leather aod Warranted.
At Reduced Trloee.
Conaalt your puree and be aura and aea
Woodward before buying,
W. G. WOODWARD
Douilaa County, Oregon.
The watera of theae fprliiK. cnulain ; Imliiin,
D..t.. nn. .V . . -V I ... ... I P. . ..
and Lime and Chlortdca of Calcium, Mae. ileal urn
One Rnrlne conlalm 435 and tlir ollu-r ovrr
2400 grain of aolld mattrr to tlio gallon.
Ixx-aUd on the Kouthern Pai'lflo Railroad,
"Bhaata rout'' from Han Kram leoo to Portland,
ia uougiai couuty, urvgon.
Aggravated Cae of Kliciiiuatiim, Na.val Ca
tarrh, Catarrh of tho Blomach, l)yprpl. li
oiea. -ncuraiaia. Malarial I'limonini:. KKiuvy
Trouble, Conitlpatloii, lMacaaia n( tiio hkiu,
Liver ana uowela, and venrrvai itiKcaaoi navv
bcon cured by tho um uf tbvae watiT".
New bath rooms oonui'ittcd with the mala
building. PoitofUce aud Kxuv ou the prcm
Ilea. Dally mall, UorlU aud uu lb.
Terma BIO per week, J pi-r tiny, liitlii.llug
TheliotulU uuder Iho luiuii'dlalo tupcrt la
CAPT, UICN. U. IIHW1.I.I
JT SHOULD MAVt
at our expense
If you're not pleased
MRS. N. BOYD
l'l)5ION DIDN'T WORK.
Tlio Attempt to Swallow the I'opu
fist of folk, railed.
, A I'kIIh" iliiimlcli of Iho Dili loat, to
tint Hautiii malHiiimti, aaya:
Tim I'olk courtly iiopuliata mut In
tiiittiily t'onvoiition In tho county court
rex ) m liero today lor Ilia purport of nom
InatiiiK cumliilnloa fur Hie variotia conn
The ailvrr fnaioniata camo into Ilia
J CDfivoiition with a "fitullrd" (lrKatloo
! aii'l, inucli lo thu antioyauto of the mid
dle oMhn road oiilial8, and Bought to
cunlrul Iho coiivctillon. II there it any
thltiK lliat tiiakff) a Kenulna oj mad It
ia to try t'l lorra lre-ilver doctrine down
lilm, and tli Ira attempt of the f'uioniati
In tliia inatHncrt aa not dilforent than
on fornit-r fx-crloii.
It la tivuti'iit h Iho rnnarka of the
chairman of llu-1 imvaiitlon, Dr. Kinhrie,
tlmt frrc silver ia hh iliad to a popullat aa
it la In miy oiiit i hat ia not Iryln to ride
IiiUi olln u on tl.iH prt-taat. "Freo-ailvar
ia ilnad ; ao dead tiuit tho )oiiiii't child
will ln rolUn in hut grava bffote the
colna'i! of frci! nvr will he obtained."
ItH'i'inH Unit tho iniddle-of-tLe-road
nii'ii arrcd with their chairman, for
ahin Iho "atullfd" dalpgntioo under
took In force iKuntvcr unto them it
iri)ciitatd u row tliat tuado it oecea
rary to call on Mictilf riummfr and hla
deputicn to iiii'll. Ihoatierifl waa un
der the iii ci unity of lockiiiit up li ia office
and uoiuti to tha rcKcun. Thia, uf comae,
acttlcd inatti'ta in a way liiat the aheriff
of I'olk county docn huaineaa, and tha
dumo (rcr-Kilvir fuhio I'.ryatiocrula wiib
drew from ilm convrutiou aud held one
of their own.
The niiddlH-of-lha-roadera then proced
ed to iiomlimlti a full ticket, via:
lCiprcH!tittivra T. U. Kmaiie, and
Shcritr I'ilo lirowu.
Cli-rk SchtiyliT Djdaon.
TreaBiitcr K. I'. C'urDter.
('oiiitiiiNtiiotii-r J. M. Iennia.
The ciiliccs cif f-urvcyor and coroner
were led hlutik.
kickers at Work.
Thu wnrniii( rry, "Th l'hil!tin9 I
upon thci-, hatiiMou, uttered by the de
ceptive I 'eMail o! old ha xin hren
given hy that chief iiiokuI of the republi
can holier at the June election of IS'Mi.
Thla eelf-Htyleil prominent republican,
hut in fad it deep dyed Judal, haa sought
the em-iii ieR camp to aid in stirring up
aiiiinohity and ill feeling among straight
republican", und, dunbltt-sa baa received
hia reward. Thia treacherous political
eunuch is p 'matted to enter only the
deiu'M'rutic haruin to put it in order for
ita caliphs to revel iu after their return
from a political still hunt or in the plac
ing uf pitfalls tor populists, liut this
so-called prominent republican w ho has
vented hia politicul r-puuie in the Re
view itlieonly place where, like the
ekuiik'a odor, it is comparatively inolTeo
rive) us ia will known it has gone rico
chet! ing round through ita columns with
out nn considerable damage. Io effect
he cries out to Samoson, the straight re
publican", "l'ho l'liilioliui's bo upon
thee," idler having aa he seems to be
lieve, hhorn them l their ample locks,
and robbed them of their strength.
llut tho Huview's prominent republi
can, alias chronic kicker, who had been
turned down becnutfc he bad been tried
and found wanting, need not lav the
llalteiing unction to his soul that he is
tho Motes to lead the straight republi
cans Iroin the Und of bondage to the
promised land uf party success. Not be,
nay veiily, not be, Ibe prominent re
publican hmh need not bray to warn the
etritigbl, genuine, old lino republicans of
the proximity uf bis heels. Ilia tracks
are too well known. We never mistake
the trackx uf an ues for tboce of a thor
oughbred racer, tlio bray of the aaa for
the neigh uf a leirte. The abova is de
voted to prominent republican to medi
tato over in his library or lo his coajutor,
the Koview, for another occasion to
abuse its belters.
No, Mr. l'roiuiucut Republican, the
genuine, st might republicans are not
frightened by your traitoroua warnings.
We will in thu future, as iu the past,
uomiuale straight republicans for otlice.
men of standing, men cf honor and of
ability and win maufully contending for
principle or go down with our colors
flying from our mast head inscribed
thereon: "No room for kickers on tha
bandwagon." l'rominent republican
and his coterie of kickers, traitors to the
party they profess to believe in, has live
times helK)d to defeat as good, honest
and able ineii as the county affords, lit:
K. I.. Miclly twice, li. 1!. Dixon, C. A.
McUeo aud D. H. Hiambrook. once each
for the olllco uf eheriil', bosidoa several
others fur better than he, Democrat
gold had luoro uf a charm for these kicji
eistlian party honor or principle. An
other kicker says: There can bono
nenlrula only republicans and traitors.
Yea verily, only republicans and trait
ors. Auothov liaman is ne, and will bs
huuged on tho Hiune sea Hold be has been
preparing for Btraight republicans.
I'oor follow, he has the A. 1'. A. rabiee,
that ia all. I Io frulhes at the mouth at
the sight of, lo him, that rawhead-and-bloody-bones,
which, in his demented
condition, he fancies is so terrible. Bet
ter lako Iho Kceloy cure right away.
W. i B.
How I.Ike Some Oregonlana.
Tho senate is hopeless. It la rotten to
tho core. Tho democratic senators who
stood by Cleveland while he was fight
ing lor sound money bavo all gone over
to tho enemy, with the solitary and
honorable exceition of Gallery of Louisi
ana, tiray, Lindsay, and the rest of
them have suirendered to Bryanism.
They folt thai they could not bo happy
outaide of (he "regular organization."
llenco the amaxiug spectacle of men
who reprosout states like New York,
New Jervey nod Wisconsin voting that
the parity of gold and silver money
should not be maintained; that silver
should he coined free at the ratio of 111 to
1 ; aud that tho government haa a right
to use a dobased currency in the pay
ment of ita crodiiors,
ISonutors Murphy, Smith aud Mitchell
indurred by their votes doctrines which
aro abhorrent to their constituents, as to
houcHt men everywhere, simply because
they would rather bo iu fellowship with
"tho democratic party" than with the
reputable, moral part of the community.
They have forfeited the respect of deceut
men. They have not gained tha respect
of tho ltryanitus.
(jo to the lUmeleut for the hu.t clgare.
NOTE AND COMMfJNT.
WbaLaivup aitaal tnav Im aawl i.f i
I'realdent Cleveland, ha la true to j,H
As good as gold tha resolutions adont
ed by tha slate league of lepublican
ciuna. iewberg t jrapnic.
f ilteen paopla were burned ami $ 1 .COO
000 worth of property destroyed by a
ure ai rittaourg, ra., last week.
Tha steamer llainboldt has been
chartered for 28 000 per month, for Ova
months, to ran between Pan r ranclaco
I I It l,a l,r.na.l that M.
smiles and tears of an April day at As-
una win completely cement the fracture
in Multnomah's republican party.
A "union" party waa organizfd at
Knrinuflal.l .lul.v a f I nu .n
democrats, one populist and one silver
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oiuuiiuau iiku-u iucj uiHulorrailip run.
The scramble to get under the gold
standard umbrella is gotting to be a
veritabln Klondike ruih in these parts,
iwn crowu, gentlemen, mere s room
for all Oregonian.
lion. T. T. Geer is reported to te
seeking Ilia republican gntiamatonal
nirfiinu.tinn. Mr. (JmAp hi a nativ mn nf
OrKoo, a good republican and would
. t. - , - . .i : .i .. . - tr ...
nja,a-j piioiig, cauuiuaia, iicfpfiuer wa
Now that the dales and plare for
boliiing the three political s'aie conven-
tiona has been decidel on, candidates for
nomination on Ibe rtato tickets will
swarm likeabiveof bees. Krownsville
Home ol the people who are engaged
in the attempt to convict (Senator iianpa
of briber will do well lo keep (he way
open between themselves and the
smoothest road leading from I he j-eni-tentiary.
Secretary Uage Las issued a public re
ply lo W. J. Bryan's calamity speech, in
which he shows in black and white that
mure than 'iOO industries resumed work
In the past rear, at an increase in wagts
liora 10 to M per cent. Keporter.
Butter baa long been extracted from
new milk, without the labor ol churninic
but now a Baltitnore man claims to have
inveuted a method of making butter di
rectly fr jin grans, without the interven
tion uf a cow. Bot it must be a sort of
"green goods" butter.
The London Tit-Bits says monkeys
work in ihe mines in the Transvaal,
with perfect method and precision.
There baa been a whole lot of monkey
work with some of our southern Oregon
mines but me: hod and precision were
conspicuously aUent (iazetle.
The Brran party are the only silver
eople in the world except the Mexicans
and here is Ihe di Here nee t claeen them :
The Mexicans are try iug to get the gold
standard, wbiio Ihe Bryan free silver
parly teem eager to accept the cast of!
financial policy of Ihe world. u nion. '
If anybody had auy doubt about the
views of the republican parly upon fbe
proposition to pay the obligations of the
nation in anything bnt the best monev
the world affords, l'resident McKioley
aud Ihe llouae of Representatives have
put that doubt at rest. But why discuss
such a i 'lent ion? The record ol the re
publican party lor loyalty and good faith
makes it unnecessary.
Close upon the heels of the assassina
tion of l'resident Barrios, of Guatemala,
comes news that Prosper Morales, leader
of the recent unsuccessful uprising, and
llirncB moat bitter loe, has been de
clared president. Thus, it appears, the
rebels nave accomplished, by resort to
trickery aod assassination what they
could not accomplish in open rebellion
tbe overturning of the nghtfat govern
ment of Guatemala.
Mr. Hanna's Ohio enemies failed io
their ellort lo make Senator Jones, of
Ark., chaiiman of the Democratic Na
tional Committee, their agent on the
floor of the United States senate to the
extent of offering and pressing a resolu
tion against Mr. Hanna's right to his
seal. When Senator Jones asked for
evidence to support such a resolution
and none was produced be declined hav
ing anything to do with it. Ashland,
The free silver orators who insisted in
lS'JO that farm products could not ad
vance without the free coinage of silver
would do well to look up the prices
at which wheat sold in Chicago last
week bolore they attempt to use their
old manuscript in the campaign of lS'JS.
Wheat at f 1.10 in a country which has
rejected the free coinage of silver as this
oue did io 18iH) is not a very strong argu
ment in favor of the theory which they
attempted to force upon the farmers in
the last presidential campaign.
An old decrepit printer passed through
this place enroute to ltoeeburg Tuesday.
Ho informed us that for tho past three
months be had been doing all of the
mauual. and we presume, most of tbe
mental labor ou J. 11. Upton's paper,
tha Keporter, now temporarily (?) de
funct. Tbe old fellow saya that for all of
bis hard three months labor he received
less than four dollars per month, which
is surprising considering that Mr. Upton
ia an exalted chumpion of the inteiesta
of the poor man and tha common
masses. Myrtle l'oiut Kuterprise.
As a result of the publication last
week of a letter writteu bySenor Knriiie
Dupuy de Lome, Spanish miuister at
Washington, to Senor Canelajaa, Pre
mier Sagasta's former special agent in
Cuba, which document contained serious
strictures upon the president of the
United States becuuao of Iho latter's
Cuban policy, instructions have been
sent to Miuister Woodford, at Madrid, to
inform the Spanish government that the
usefulness of Le Lome as lis representa
tive at Washington has been terminated
by the incident, and requesting hia re
call. Tho January customs receipts under
the Dingley law were more thau 25 per
cent in excess of the customs receipts in
January of last year under the Wilson
law. Mr, Dingley and hia associates
have good reason to be satisfied with tbe
new revenue measure which they placed
upon the atatute Look six mouths ago.
It has since that lime produced far more
revenue tbun did Ihe Wilson law in tho
first six months of its operations, and
there is every reason to believe that it
will supply from this time forward
sulhVient receipts to meet Ihe ruuning
expense of tho government.
AN ELEMENTARY LESSON.
ftaae Money for tha Bondholder
Means uaae Money for the
(New York World, dero.J
If tha bondholders were lo be paid
with dollars worth less than 100 cents,
every other obligation, public and pri
vate, would be naid in tbe same kind of
debased money. The cheaper monev
always aod everywhere drives oot tbe
more valuable money. Tbe debt due to
Hi uufi'iuoliler could nut be tcairu down
without scaling down in tbe same pro
portion the amount doe to savings bank
depositors. Tbe wasa-earnsrs would set
tbe same kind of a dollar as tbe coupon
clippers. Ioes not the same rule prevail now 7
Though payable nominally in gold, the
bondholder really receives, as a rule,
either a check cr greenbacks- lis don't
refuse silver certificatee, for the govern
ment ti as been thus far able, by limiting
tbeir amount, to keep tbem "as good as
gold." Io other words, tbe "plowbold
er, the hod holder, tbe penholder, and
the pentionbolder" now receive pre
cisely as good monev as tbe bondholder.
Ia it cot sensible, Is it not just, is
u not honest to preserve tbeir
parity and their equality ? Tbe currency
cannot be debased for ooe class without
suffering debasement for ail. Is Ibe
best money loo good for the whole
A Campaign Speech.
Somebody asks what tbe popocrats are
going to bowl about next spring during
the campaign. Don't worry. They will
furnish Ihe bowl. Their speeches are
being prepared already. One of tbem
picked op tbe other day roos as follows;
"I am here to talk. You know well
the story of our thraldom We arc serfs I
The bright Kansas sun rises in bis
course and lights a race of serfs, slaves
of British money-power enthralled by
tbe cohorts of the Kotbcbilds and Ickel
beimerc". Tbe octopus of greed, with one ten
acle fastened on tbe back of our necks
and a claw attached to the basement of
our panta holds with its grip and mocks
our struggles to be free. Mark Hanna,
with devilish ennning, has raised Ibe
price of corn, wheat, cattle and wool and
lowered the price of silver in order to
lull bis unsuspecting victims to sleep aod
weld upon us tighter tbeir chains. In
furtherance of a far-reaching and diabol
ical plot batched in ibe breast of the
Great lied Dragon, pi ices have been
raised, manufacturing establishments
have been opened and idle labor em
ployed, in order tbat tne aesertion of Ibe
reformer tbat tbe adoption of tbe gold
standard would be untold want and
disaster might be greeted with a
hoarse equine laogh of derision.
Be we men and suffer sucb
dishonor? Men, snd wash not
away tbe stains in blood? Such shames
are common. I tbat speak to you have
known deeper wrongs. Bankers, in
iquitous bell-houcds, have chased me in
tbe street, have caught me by tbe fore
top aod breeches basement and have
waltzed me. innocent and untarnished,
in their place of business and have
thrown $20 pieces at me and compelled
me to sign a U. S. gold coin promise to
pay them back with interest in thirty.
sixty or ninety days.
Kouse. ye Bryanites. ve dispensers of
wind and woe, rouse, ye eeifs. Let the
night-mare be onr platform and a chron
ic bellyache your inspiration, remember
ing that a constant howl is the price of
success and the only show to bold the
offices." Correspondence West Side.
THINK ABOUT YOUR HEALTH.
This Is the Time to Give Attention to
Your Physical Condition.
The warmer weather which will come
with tbe approaches snrins months
should find you strong and in robust
health, your blood pure and year appe
tite good. Otherwise you will be in dan
ger, of serious illness. Parity and enrich
your blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla and
and thus "prepare for spring." This
medicine makes rich, red blood and
gives vigor and vitality. It will guard
you against danger from tbe -clanges
which will soon take place.
Northern Pacific Chang?.
Tbe Northern Pacific railroad will
make the following lime card for its train
leaving Portland daily, beginning; on
Sunday the 28th inBt. Leaves Portland
at 11 a. m., Tacoma 5 p. m., Seattle 4 p.
en., Ellenaburg 10:10 p. m., Pasco 1 :60
a. m. Arrives at Spokane at 5:50 a. m.,
Minneapolis 4 :Oo p. m. and St. iaul at
4:40 p. m. Tbe new card will enable
passengers to make close connections at
Spokane with tbe Spokane ialla and
Northern for tha mines. For further
particulars see D. S. K. Buick,
Local Agent No. 2, Marsters buildin .
Bargains! Bargains 11 Bargain!!!
In pianos, organs and musical goods
Bicycles new and second hand at the
lowest prices possible. I have also got
about thirty thousand feet of lumber
which I have taken in trade for goods,
and will sell cheap, aa I am not in the
T. K. Riciiarubok,
To run t'lmatlputloii forever.
Take Ciseuielo t'anuv I ulliurLic 100 or 250,
If C. C. C. full to euro. iluia.Kia refund money.
J. D. Mann's feed store is tbe place to
get your feed and the leading brands of
flour, inuludiug Kugona white star, corn
moal, wheat grist, cream middlings,
home made buckwheat flour, etc, also a
car load of Bait both flue and coarse.
J. D. Mann.
Successor to Cawl field & Cawltieid.
A thrill of terror la experienced whue
a brassy cough of croup sounds through
the bouse at night. But tho terror soon
changes to relief after One Minute Cough
Cure has been administered. Safe and
harmless for children. Marsters' Drug
To tbe Ladies of Roseburg and vicinity:
Call on Caro tiros, and secure greater
bargains in novelties aud all lines of
goods thau at auy other house in the
city, l'tiey have the goods, and tbe
Large line of midwinter and early
spring goods at Ihe Novelty Store, Call
aud sob them.
Mrs. ft J05EPH50M
Gents' Furnishing Goods
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS
fiOTIOnS AID FANCY GOODS
(( ZJ CATHARTIC 4
10c aY.lTrf? TMiz lUt.7
25c 50c wfi;.gBws
Alexamder a Strong's
T O B .
Picture Frames, Rugs,
Real Estate Bought and Sold
u.-w D :si XI K ! m' .
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION t.IVEN:
Stock Ranges, Timber Lands and Mining Propertu.-,
Prune and Hop Lands of best quality, in choice locations.
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices and easy terms. Inquire of
loaehua'g, il ataa
Direct from the Factory, which they will sell at lower
prices than ever. Great Bargains in
CENTS' t CLOTHING?
BOYS' & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
Will be closed out at Less than Cost.
CARO BROS. THE BOSS STORE.
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
DEALERS IN ALL KJ.ND8 OF ,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
FINE TEAS AMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
ALSO A KILL LINE OF
TOBACCO Sc OIGARS.
GIVE I'S A TRIAL.
usually found in a
S- DEC BUICK,
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Oue Poor Soutb of P. O.