The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, March 03, 1898, Image 3

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II. I4K lirnl HiiiilKr ilmrlrv; I'llplh w.imlilp,
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Weather Keport
.-or the w'k I'H'liiitf Muri'li 1 Is
M T I in 1 1 in I in-iiiliirr, Mi, on tlin :'ii Ii.
.Miiiiinoiu ti,iiiM'rini, 'M, on the Mill.
rrnflillaliiii, ..
Avrraitw in i iiiiuinii li I hi month l"r
L'U yeeis, t ' I.
Total .riirl litiiiii from hi'i't. I, lV, lo
ui. a::-:.
.Vvrragti precipitali"ii '"'in hl I. -.i..l..
T..lal lU'llrirmy Imiu Sp1. I, I Ml'. 3.13.
AviTitKH pin'lpilath'ii tot 'mO t iasmis,
N'pt. lo Mar. iut liwivu, :U.4'J.
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I.I I I I.I: LOCALS.
Nnw kihkI l'ro Hi"" """ Hut,
i iu lu tlio Rueiilraf lor Urn I'Ctt i igar.
Kor a good l-t'iil rlm call on Mr.N.
lioyil.
Hi'mly nm.lii clufi Ht the Novelty
Storo.
IviiiSN in Inbuilt' vanity ul Alexander
1 or M c.l oat mil on H. M. Marliu,
lu'r Ilia depot.
M.i'aronl ill mif puilinl carlojns St
. i K 1 r r ' uriKi ry.
(. Iiun hiil, WimlU'y A MiKonle are
Mvllin lot ol Oliver plow.
I'rul. Uohiniitt i the authorized nijent
ol the l'i AiMiKAl t.it at Oarilinor.
Itrxt har.l miiod riin.lio. hand iuad,
J .'it a pound ut the Kamly larlory.
Auk your Ktoccr lor Lsi-elsiur Hour;
Kintmutt'iHl limt clan. I ahi kt ark.
Hiii Now ! Hour tnilli KUftl1'', "
iln work. Kf.l hy nil hkhiiih. i miuT
Mill.
Hoy n.l mni linl. " w "I1 to-ilnto
HnU, ovt rrliiit. iii h, t tlio Novi-1-ly
Murr.
I . V. I'm iHiutt-r in aiilliori..l lo re
ceive mul icceipl lor iiuiintiiilloii to llie
l'l.i..M.I.Il.
J or 1 1 id pr.ttu't-1 lino ol iprit.K ihe"
KO'mI. oiitiutc lUnnols iH clicovi, i H
ul tlio Novelly fclore.
(lite ol our pri.miui'ul unlurilul km
' one Konuiiio livir iIoh mImmi ill out
wear iwo ol tho oilier umkek."
Thw New Lm Mill uiiiu(i:'uun I i
i eUior Hour oil cnarauteti ll limt rr:
I.IK) I'i'f "' k at till urm i-iy aloii a.
We tiro iifptfJ to r.how you u i-rclly
line ut iillilrrii'a aiiitn t very low inva.
full iil ai' llM'in l lh' Novelty More.
liruhitiii M'Hir, out 111U4I aid Ui'Uii, at
llie New l.rit Mill All iitiraiileeil llrat
i laaa. 'u ale hy all H"'- I.iWht
nack.
Jtrnitf ymr jo'a oiU lo the I'i.aimiai.l
Kit ollico. Wo are prepare! to 1I0 I ho
jltjjrMt tin-l heat work aouth ol l'ort-
Uico A Kur, U.u UajH i,trect liirniltire
tlualur. have a tfouil lino o Jiealinn
Nlove ol various ilecriitioiitf, new ami
hoi oihI hauil. lor the lull Iraile.
J. W. lU-iklov A l'o.,iho huliliei,ill
keei only the tiniii'eal ol meat where
with to aiipi'ly the Kotu'hurn iublic, tint
luoiithlv Willi iiIh will ! ri'nuireil.
Ji.iu'l annoy othrrs ly vour coukIiioKi
ami rink your lilu hy tieulerliun a cold,
line Minute Couth Ouro cures coughs,
colds, crouii, unpi'O and all llirout and
Iuuk Iruubloe. A. L. Marelers' A v'o.
Alter 1 obruary let we will make a re
duction iu the price ol 1 Hiver plows and
i'.trm IhrouKhout the entire lino. Just
rccvived ii carload ol barb w iro.
Sikviinn A, I'iiknuwbiii.
Mr. J. H. Mmpe 1ms been appointed
lepresenlativo lor I ho Viavi ( 'o. in Una
city. Any one desiring information lu
regard to. or wishing to procure tho rem
edy, will p!eano call at tier residence on
I'ino street. j!3-3ui
Morii' l'oultry Cute. This iufalllblo
romedy chulloinjes the world to produce
Its e.puul as an etui producer. 1 revent
ivo uiid euro lor all diseases of fowl,
tiuaranlocd and lor sle hy II. M. Mar
tin, Hosehurg, tr.
Alter ver of untold sullerintf from
piles, ll. W. rursell ol Kuilnersville,
Ta., was cured hv UHinir a biotfo boa ol
liaWilt'a Witch II.bI Salvo. .Skin dis
eases audi bh ec.mna, raiih, piniploa and
obstinate sores uro readily cured by this
famous remudy. A. C. Marnier o, Co.
TIiiiiiiiiiiI are Trjrhia- It.
In 01.h r to pr v. tlio Kr nt merit of
I'lv'M frill 11 Halm, tin i'i'' ell'octivo cure
fur C.iln.ili mul foi l i" ',ftv0 T
piivd n p :iini.ii trml ni.e for H eeiilN.
Hi t il of '"iir di u,;j;i -t ' Kl'l"l 10 ' enlN to
J'.I.Y KS., Mi .rr.M HI., N, Y. t'ily.
I MulTne.l f MM11 c it i ;h "f III" rKt kind
ru r him - a I".". " ' 1 ,",v'',, ''"I"'1' 'V
cure, but I'.IVh fivatii Tab 11 H to ilo
even Hint. M "y I '-" " H ''' H,'lt
It willt pxeelletit ikmiIK iHcar lHtrmii,
J j Warren Aw.. ' liienx", HI.
I-'.Iv'k fieiun llahu l lh" luliuowl'diji d
curi'for caUnh aud coutaiun no coeniin',
iiujroury uor liny injurious ilniK- l'riee,
CO ccut. At ariigijiHta or hy mail.
Wl.iuinimr illli;1l IU Hut iiiiihL dlHlrevH-
inn malady ; hut lis duration cau bo cut
.m . . . ... .. at:....... mil.
stiorl by mo ii to 01 iuo tuiuuio v-h"
JJuro, which is uIho the boat known rem
pdy lor croup ami all IimK b"j biouchial
troubles. A, 0. Mamters' & Co.
HAUUIUI).
J)AVIS.(IHAY. I" thisclly. by .luatleo
Jolm Hamlin, I'obruary U'i, Mr. V.
W, Davis aud Mis Uora (iood, both
o Cleveland, this county.
ItOUN.
1 i .-
OAI(). lu Ihistiitv I obruarv '24. IS! 18
to Mr. mul Mia. Simon Caro, n dauuh,
ter,
UKUil' MUNIIUIN.
KriKli fruit In Klaus Jnr ul 7Ay)it'
irrocery,
I Im II hiii Ii. mini ul I'.aiid'in burned
Hu'iirday,
Hun. J, I', ll'l ltj' M rum. 1 over from
t'lHin I'nd iy evm.iiiK.
Ili'.i. II. W. Itid.llii wmh 1 1 1I1.1 my
M iHinbiy f r OleubriHik .
I'eiilril Huik in nil ils IiihihIii ikil
lull) iliinii by l W. Ilnyiii-H.
H C. Hint ptl.l a vUli hi 1I10 I'.lm k
Iiiiiiii milling crfiiip 1 1 '. wi'iik.
M,iitiliiii.illiiH fm pi r hoi, a'.on' '.'(i In
a ho at the Kmiily K"i h
1'. It Mltllilnll Mlllil OV.'I In I.IIK'-HI'
Ili'Uy, 11 Imniii I Im miiiio ilnv
II. mi, J.1I111 llnllnf Myrihi Ciin I: w 11a
M)rlle wait Inil.eilly e.liirn h v.
Cioaii mimI brlilyn work n Ii ti ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 y
dull hv I', W. Hhjiii'H, iIikiIimiU t.
I, 1 11 liiet Inv.i alrert ly li.'en in
iiperHtlou hi Hut yard ul lloni'liiirj;
li.ii'a your loolb ai he? io ai-k l ied
llayues whnlber it il wi rih laviliK.
H.ir dli'lil H.iiioii Caro I.k a lew
"lym whirr" ready lor llui land 1 (lien.
Mr. J A. Willlil w ill open tint N01II1
)eer creek ti-rm of aehoil Mmli II,
IHW.
Mike lloVaiiny lelt on Nni lity nilifn
OverUud (or M ni' f e il, f ;ni:i l l Hi a viil
10 relativek.
'I he canned ho.niiiy at i(ler'ri Kiurery
ia the bent in llie city Hiid ev.-ry run
KUaianleul
Hon. liii't. Kin. bull, who Ii ih In en
prlnlliii( Ho 1 1 m Hum Hi r.iwcll r 1 11 ,
has rettiiM'd lioiiie.
New boea of all kii.dn nl Uiilom pin e
at llie Nuvolty Moie. Cull and t xuniue
tliciii before piirrlni-iiiK'.
Mrp. C Mint and Mr.i. Ju Iko lids
lelt on Hie local ililrday 111 lining lor a
few dayi ii-l'. lo I viu1""''-
K W. Carpenter eu. 0 I10111 11 liip t i
lha north cud ol llui co'juty l ilday in the
iiilerent ol tlio I'i.aimm; 11. Kit.
Hun. A. Iv I'.iown of Oakland attended
lh uieeliiiK d llie ic publican county
central coiiimltlcu laiit ijlurday.
Mi Mildred l.auder retiirncd Iroui
l'i ir t lu ii-l Hilurdiv lilttht, where who ban
been atleuiliuK school for the pant ear.
We have a lino lino of pur.i white bed
ireads, also lace ciirUiiiN, aerlins and
ilraMrlif. You may need lliene at
huiiie-t leauiiiK lime. Novelty More.
The name of Capt. J. T. V. Naah wan
inadterlenlly omilled from the lint id
ItueiilH at Mr. Crawlonl's dinner parly
lant we.'k.
Mr. IU n ol I Mcnboviir was 111 Sat
urday aud rriorlrd Kaideniiiit o eiatioiia
as KnUii'K well uieler way iu his 1 1 1 ; 1 1 -borlm
l.
What a houiu thin paper would have
11 every itlhM'rihcr would pay what l e
is in 111 rears ami fcel. us one new- ub
seul er. 1'ry it.
Tho contract to budd the new court
tioopo for l.tnti county u' Liieim ban
Imcii let to I.. N. Honey for ll'i.'is ,, ,,.
heint; the lowcii Lid ler.
V.. Ituttac, pli) nii irtii and ttiircon,
ulllce in Marsters' builditii;. (.'alls in
town and country promptly aiibwercd
niitblorday. ICeHideme,'1) I Mill street.
Tho bic)cle I'lilliiihiaits aro I'ii j an
liotia for the aeanon to oen. llo-v Uke
sdvntK' Low' of the line d.iia and ii
ovel to tho lrp k in Went Unsohuit' to
lituber up their j'liut a little.
T!io c initrenal ion ol the Itptiut Church
hero have elected Kcv. Kohcrt I.. Iluu
yard, ol Victor, Colorado, as their pintor.
riia now minister will probably not bo
hern to take charge for I wo or three
weeks.
K. K. Colliuan, physiiitin and vureoii
secretary bourd V. . IVusiuii snrjjeoiiH
( Mlic 0 in Maretera' block, residciico 'i'M
Stephens street, l'rofersioiial calls iu
town or country promptly uiiHWcred
night or day.
ThoW.C. T. I', will hold ils ueil
renal. ir meeting in tho 1'renby terian
Church Thursdav, l ob. 10th at o p. in.
The subject for ilincimnou will ho' I ran
iliinii ' lead by (he suKriutctideiit, Mrs.
(1. HarUui,).
II. C. Hard ol taklaud, was tiauMact
iiiK LumneMi at tho court houso on Mon
day. Mr. Hard removed from Washing
ton to Poulas couuty last .September.
UeniK desirous of keeping informed as to
current events ho became a subscriU'r to
the l'l.AIMlKAI.kll.
We e 1 tend a cordial invitation to lias-
tors of chtirche.i. Buin'riulcndoutd of Suit-
day schools uiid all others interested in
church work throughout tho county, to
send ns notices of any special services
Ihev may hive. We will be glad to give
thetn all the spaco that inny be ueceb
nry.
We aro unnious lo do a liltlu good iu
this world ond can think of no pleasauter
or belter way to do it than by recom
mending Ono Minnie Cure sh a prevent
ive ol pneumonia, consumption aud
other serious lung troubles that follow
neglected colds. Marstera Irug More
Winnifred Wright was in the city Sat
urday. He has been traveling around
the country eoiiio uml reports liuding a
good dual of sentiment iu favor of l'ro
lessor Hamlin for school superintendent.
Mr. Wright now lias a writing class at
Wilbur and Winchester and will nave
one at Oakland.
Tlio announcement of Hon. Aided K.
Maltby of 1 lukland as u candidate, lor
representative appears in tbii lesuo,
Mr, Maltby ia u prominent young attor
ney and business man ol Oakland, aud
if uoraiualed he would no doubt bo elect
ed, aud mako a credible record lor him
self and those who supported hlru.
.1 It l.'iddln will ha 11 candidate buforo
Lhnronuhlican county convention for the
ollico ol sherill'. Mr. Kiddle in one of
tho able men of Iho cuunly, abundaully
lualillod tu discharge tlio tin tics ol stiorill ,
and should tho inaiillo fall upon bis
shoulders he w ill condui t tho itllairs ol
his ollico honorably mid creditably to
both himself und tho republican party.
-Ouklaud tiiuciio.
Mrs. Madeleine. It. Conkliug, grand
malruuof ll.o Order of Kastein Star,
assisted by Mrs. 1. H. Slut m brook aud
lu,t..r Purn n( Ihla C'itv. I'll lust MolldllV
evening, Inmiluted a new chapter at
Catiyonville. 1110 cuapier Htaus witit
thirty charter member. Alter Iho or
gauiatiou was completed, tuouo preuent
sat down to an elegant bampiot, pie
tmrml bv the unod lathes ul Caiivouvillo.
Thoeo lireseiil Hpcuk iu tho highest
toriUn 01 lliuir euteiiiiinnieiii.
S. L. l-awHou of Marlon County, oito of
the oldest plunuors ol Iho Willauiulte
valley, arrived lu this citv on fiaiuruuy
last ou a visit to hia tlaughter, Mrs. Dr.
putiae. Father Lawmn, allhough 87
years of K i It'0 ""'l hearty, ami has
accumulated a lien (und ol eporionco
and rmulnjtfc.encoH, puiluiuing to tho
curly history of Oregon. Ho was ac
companied by H. N. Jones, a prominent
citizen of Logan county, Oklahoma, a
coubIu oi Mr. JJuUttB.
l'each tioti ait In bloom.
l'ay your lubscrlpllou tolay.
ililug your job work lo this ofllno.
J. W, IIhoiiIIoii went tu Albany on
TiieHiliiy,
Hon. II. L. I : ii ho ii of (tiauia I'ass is
in i ho city.
I '. I). I 'rain, ol Drain, a cly visi
tor faiiirildy laat.
It. A. Wnodrulliil (John Valley wa In
(he i ily Kulorday Urtt,
A Ii, Vicing in a now caudidato lor
pint mm t,r ai Oakhiiid.
T. il. Kuili, ol iho Oakland (laxetle,
wa In llui city Tuesday.
I'n an it won h J0 a ton in this l ily
and can't l.ii bad at Ihat now.
O.iiy l;rock ol W il,iir was a visitor at
the county a-at on Monday.
I'. V , llaynus doe all kind of denial
work promptly ami akilllully.
Willis Kimiier, of Dm Myrllo Creek
mills was In tho city Monday.
Mrs. A. W, Man ton and daughter
were hliopuig In Itoaehurg Saturday.
S allai u I' rover of Kellogg, was In this
city on Monday, and iuad lln ollico a
pli'HMiiut call.
Count y Surievor Heydou was at Drain
tail Saturday, on business coniieeted
with his ulliee.
C. J. Itiehey, no old limei and staunch
republican ol Myrtle Creek was in Rose-
burg hattiriluv.
J J. I'liilbpN, a I riiier iiiiuaiu ol the
Soldiern' Home, I14S relumed from a
vimi lo Portliiiiil.
Mrs o. I.. Willia aud her sou (ilen,
n I iv 1 1 1 a portion ol lanl week visiting
Irieinls al Uiddli .
A. S. Ijiiull ol L Hiking titans attended
the iiieeliiig of Iho county central com
liiiiieu on Mulurday.
Kegular ten let's at the M. K. Church
litrxl Miuday inoriniii and evening, with
preachinx. by the pastor.
1 1 011. C A. Selilnredo represented J.
M. OiiirrniHii tit tho coroner's impiesl at
Myrtle 1'ieek last Friday.
K M. Dunne, of Koaeburg, ha ar
rived 111 Ashland and baa a ot-iUoii in
I'lulier'rt laundry. Tidings.
If j on want genuine Irish linen or line
India linens and lawns for handker
chief, call at tho Novelty Store.
J. D. It) rues, an engineer on llie 8. i'.
will soon remove with his family lo this
city, and lake a run out of Koseburg.
W. W. Kent, a popular young busi
ners man ol Drain, was transacting buei
iichs in Kusvhtirg Friday and Saturday
last.
Hon J. A lllack ol Drain represented
hiii precinct at tho meeting of tlio county
central coui iiittie in (hi city last Sat
urday. Men and medicines are judged by what
they do. The great cures by Hood's
Sarsnptrilla gixe it a good name every
w lit r..
I on. I i. tor Sam catch, has removed
with bis family to Cortland where they
will rcfid.' iu tho future. Sorry to nto
these fcood pie.
Mrs. J. F.. Pay, of Aurora, after having
spent several das visiting (ricmla in this
ciiy, led We loci. lay tu join her husband
al lluve, Montana.
T.ti. Doiiiull of Witbur repicseuled
his prei iiii t at Iho meeting of the repub
I ican county ceiitral coiumittco in this
cily last Saturday.
Cap! J T. C. N null, of Mcdold, Olie
ol tin- mist tuccesalul luininj it: en in
soulhcru ihegoti, spent a few days in
KoM-b tig tin? week, on buniueas.
Theie ih niicthiug now under the
f u ii " ami it in fotiud at the Kandy Fac
tory iu the shape of Irenh butturcups and
our live-cent boxes ol marshniallows.
O. lUrd from Iho Portland car bhos at
l'ortlan.l bat arrivivel in this citv and
will iak Hie pUco as car repairer made
vacanl hy ihe death ofO. M. 1. Walker.
The h.iIh of land lor delinquent taxes
occurred on hiHt Saturday. There was
but little laud unrodenned, and the
mofct of this was bought iu by Ihe coun
ty. Asher Maikg, as administrator of tho
oatalo of S. Maiks iV Co., has sold lo T.
K. Mieridatt a largo body of laud iu Cooe
county, kthe coiiHideraiion being fl'.'.-
There' no 11 so talking, no tuo talking,
The truth ilsclf reieats,
If vou do as folks oi good taste do,
You will buy at the Kandy Kitchen,
your sweets.
Mrs. .Madeline 11. Conkling, grand
worthy matron of tho O. K S. of Ore
gon, will soon make Jacksonville a visit.
Adarel Chapter is making extensive
arrangements therefor, Jacksonville
Times.
lion. Virgil Conn, of Paisley, Lake
couuty, arrived in Ashlaud Tuesday
from Sao Francisco, w here he has been
011 a business trip, aud left for Lsko
county. Wednesday, via the Asulaod-
Klamuth tails road. tidings.
A gang of line men came lo from the
north nionday striugiug the third wire
for the postal telegraph company. Con
nection wits made here with tho lino
Irom tiio south, thus completing the line
from San Francisco to Portland.
Our Hosoburg neighbors know a good
article when they see it. This was clear
ly proven recently when the Kandy
Kitchen tilled a largo order (or peanut
candy from a neighboring town. Our
peanut candy simply can't be beat.
it. J. Jennings, o Hosoburg, arrived
ou Thursday's local, lie expects to
move his family to this city soon as be
cau secure suitable accomodations,
where he will be convenient to his min
ing interests iu Uuhemia. Cottage Grove
Leader.
Voluuia 1, No. I, of tho Daily Hobo
burg iveview, made its appoaranco ou
Tuesday as per preyiom announcement,
It presents a very neat, newsy appoar
anco. While the management announce
that it has come lo slay wo are inclined
tu doubt il.
F. W, Wuolley, its guardian uf the
minor heirs of Mrs. Clara Horry, de
ceaHcd, has received tho lull amount of
Iho policy of f 10iX), carried Id tho Wom
an's Circle of Woodmen of the World.
This is one oi tho best orders of its kind
represented ou the Coast.
Tbo KoHebuig 1'Ialntlealvr has changed
bauds, Col. J. U. FMdy retiring. That
journal will heioafter be published by
lleuiamiu A Stratford. The junior mem
ber of tho linn In it brother oi liev. J. L.
.Stratford of Jacksonville, We wish them
unlimited success, Jacksonville Times.
Program for Fruucea K. Wlllard's
Memorial for Sunday, March ll, lS'JS:
Song, by choir; prayer; Bcrlpturo read
lug ; music ; uddrotts, Uev. F. L. Mooro ;
'Painituruiiiui u-nrl 1 if ItVuiinnj 1 V'1l1.i.1
tv HSI U nu RUKV q J l lllBIVt I
address, IL Htraiford; Evangelical
.....L- r i.v,. ,..,. vni,...i, ..,,,ui. .....
pur, Mrs. Helen Ferguson of Kdoubower J
report ol cotumtttee on resolutions: mu
sic; benediction, At M. K. Church at
ti p. tu,
Riddle.
Dr. C. K. Jtogue ca ne np from Myrtle
Creek Monday.
N. Cornutt ami family tluiidmlclinn h
lo Caoyonville Sunday,
K. W. ftiildle returned ij ihe Cracker
Jack mine last week.
Mrs. A. F. Cornutl, we ar pleased to
say, Is convalescing.
Dr. 1'. A. Harris made a professional
visit to Canyonville bunday.
Mis. Johriaon I improving mid I aide
to Im) up again.
Mr. Win llackler came duwii Iroui
her home on Cedar Mat Monday.
Mrs. Ladton is here from California,
vIsilliiK with Dr. V. A. Harris and fam
ily. Tim bl'Mjinmg of the ."daisy and but
tercup" is a reminder that spring is near.'
Miss Clara Htrarns of Canyonville has
tu 'visiting relative in this vicinity
lor several dsys.
Discontent is a robber that directs his
energies at the happiness of the human
family.
N. O. Dean made one of his frniucnt
viaiia to Canyonville Sunday, What's
Hih attraction Nate?
Mrs. Sylvia Catching returned to the
Cracker Jack mine Sunday alter a pleas
ant visit with relatives here.
Mirs Mae Davidson of Koseburg (Sine
np laH week to assist w ith the work at
Hotel Kiddle.
Mr. (. M. Williams came down from
the canyon a few days ago lo have so
aching tooth extracted.
Atlorney f . J!. ltiddlo aud wife were in
town from Hoseburg a few days ago, vis
iting at Hotel Kiddle.
School meeting next Monday. If you
are interested in the welfare of your dis
trict, don't fail to attend.
The youngest child of Mr. and Mrs.
I'. A. Wilsoo has been ill for several
day. Dr. Harris is ia attendance.
Mich Anna Uogue returned home rri
da) uioruiog from Mi rile Creek, where
she has beon visiting with her brother
and wife, Dr. and Mrs. C. L'. Ilogue.
An apoatlo of Mormonism was in town
recently wanting to preach to the people
of lti hile He didn't get a chance to
air hi olygamous views however.
Charily is said to cover multitude of
sins. An evidence that a great many
people believe this, is the fact that tbey
are exceedingly charitable toward them
selves. We are informed that Miss Klhel Kid
dle will teach the spring term of school
in the upper district. Miss Ktbel is a
comtH'tent teacher and tbe directors have
made no mistake in einployiog her.
Will Donell was in town again a few
days ago, and lie didn't come to see the
boys either. A certain pretty young
charmer, perhaps, conld help us to solve
the myelery of his frequent visits.
When you eeo a man who wouldn't
notice you last year, but now shakes
your hand and asks about your health
every time you meet hitn, you may be
sure that he has his eye ou some office.
Mr. P. Merriam came down from the
mines ou Dad's creek Sunday to consult
Dr. Harris in regard lo his band, which
be hurl sometime ago. The examina
tion revealed the fact that it was neces
sary to remove the index linger together
with tbe bone about half way to tbe
wrist joint. The operation was per
formed Monday. S oitcittK.
Llkton.
Winter is past,
DafTo-down-dillies
where.
aro tecu every-
Flowing is progreesiog nicely of late.
Miss Ida levins was visiting friends
iu Scottsburg last week.
Mr. J. Wise of Youcalla was in town
last Sunday.
Mrs. Nettie Meeker is visiting relatives
on Krush creek this week.
Mr. J. II. Beckley of Portland was
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Jieckiey a lew days ago.
Miss Elsie Hefty of Drain ram down
to atteud the Sunday school entertain
ment last Saturday night.
Mr. James l'robert aud family, former
lesidents of lbs Sacry place, have ar
rived at their destination in California,
where they expect to make their home.
1-eckley Itros. met with unite an ac
cident last Sunday in getting the glass
broken in their frout door, rat, you
must look a "Icedle oud next time and
put on tbe brakes a little sooner.
Everybody says our Sunday, school en
tertainment last Saturday night "went
oft" the nicest of any thing of the kind
tbey ever saw. leacbers, scholars, and
last not but not least, superintendent,
allow us to congratulate you qn your suc
cessful enterprise and tbe good you have
done.
Mauv hearts will be saddened to learn
of the death of Francis E. Willard, one
of Hod's noble womeD, whose deeds will
live in tho hearts of the people lor cen
turies to come. Yes, and girls just think
of it! She was au old maid, just what
you and I are fearing to be. Why fear
to live In "maiden meditation lancy free '
when some of thn grandest women earth
has ever known were unmarried. We
tell you girls don't tie yourselves tor life
to a "putty stick," better be an "old
maid" a thousand times. Tom.
Oakland.
Louie Sherman was In Koaeburg one
day litis week.
A. F. Frowu returned from ltoieburg
Sunday. !
OjI. Eddy of Koaeburg was in town
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Medley were visit
ing in Koseburg this week.
Miss Miouie llanthoru, who has been
visiting Mrs. S. J. Jones loft for Portland
Sunday, where she will reside (or several
months.
Miss Anna Clarke and Master Mapel
Jones spent Sunday in Drain.
T. U. Kutb. editor of Ihe Oakland Ga
zette, spent Tuesday in Koseburg.
E. 15. Young & Co. received a large
shipment of dry goods, nolioiis, elc, this
week.
Mrs. Thomas of tbo Depot hotel has
improved the water system on the hotel
comer by putting iu two hydrants for
large Hose to be used fiom 1 tie street.
Mr. 1. W. Fates died at his home one
aud a half miles west of tow n at ti o'clock
p. iu. luesday, Tbe funeral service aud
burial took p'ace at the 1. O. O. F', ceme
tery, Wednesday, at 3 p. in , Kev. Wood
stlicitttiug. A large number of friends
attended the service. His brother, J,
W. Fates of North Yamhill arrived ou
Tuesday's overlaud to attend the funeral
aud viuit the family. Mr. EbUm waa
respected by all who kuew hiui and will
be missed iu the community. Tkiluv,
The room tt the southeast comer of
the Taylor A Wilson block has been re
imiuted and freshened up generally,
This room will shortly be occupied by
W. U. Hildobraud of the Novelty Store.
with a stock of Hue millinery . Mr.
llihlobraml is one 01 our most success
lul and progressive merchants.
The Cam eel Homicide.
lUnt Friday Coroner Miller I. rid an in
iist on the InxlyofJ, N. Caalrel, hot
by J. M. Olberrriaii, on creek, I ,i
miles northeast of Myrtle Crrek, on tbe
1' lib of February, lH'.iH. I Im coroner
jury voiisia lug of Jas. If. Hktillngion, K,
It. Johrinou, J, S. JHiin, C. F. Flsbnr,
Frank C. i'.uell and J. AL 1 1 'l ton,
brought 111 a verdict (hilling that tie
erased came lo his death being shot with
a pistol in the hands of Ollxouian, and
that in the killing Olbcrman was .guilty
of wilful murder. Dr. Miller found on
examination Hut tworhots had taken
effect, on iu the left vomer ol dm
mouth and niitt jiiht l-elow the eye on tbe
right Sid I of the boMi. Both bullets
lodged lu tho bane of iho biaill Slid
enber Wound was suflicient to produce
almost Instant death, At the close of
the i no lies t tbe defendant was arraigned
on a charge of murder in llie first degree
and being required to plead, plead not
guilty, and having waived a preliminary
examination he was held without bonds.
Iteputy Sheriff Stephens brought him to
Koseburg Friday night and lodged him
in the county jail. Olberrnan is a young
man and unmarried. He and Casleel
wcro living with Mrs. May Stewart, a
daughter of Casteel. Kutb men were en
gaged In mining. They had had some
financial dllhculty whl;h terminated on
Wednesdsy In a lawsuit at Myrtle Creek
in which Olberinan seen red a verdict
agair.st Caiiteel. After the case bad
been decided some steps were taken
looking to tbe payment of the judgment,
and il was supposed that the matter had
been airai.ge'i amicably. .Airs. .May
Stewart, at whose house the sbootiug oc
curred, was the only person present ex
cept Casteel and Olberrnan. Her testi
mony taken at tbe In'jucet was as fol
lows ;
My name is May Stewart, age L'H years,
residence Lee's creek. I am a daughter
of the deceased, 1 was at home ou the
morning of February L'i, IWH, Ou that
morning Mr. Olberrnan, about 3 o'clock
in tbe raorninj. got np and went out of
the house. When Im value down stairs
fstber (4. N. CaeUcI) said, "vcu are up
early this morning, Mc," and I e said
"yes" and went outside of the house.
He was gone a few minnle) and then
came back and went op stairs. I sup
posed he had gone back to bed. And
then about 0 o'clock, or probably abegt
15 minutes after, I heard him come down
stairs again, 1 supposed to make a fire.
He walked down stairs and went to tbe
foot of Ihe lounge on which father was
and then began to shoot. He shot
father. I could not tell how many limes.
I did not hear any conversation between
my father and Mr. Olberrnan before
tbe shooting commence!. I wss not ex
pecting such a thing. I was dressing in
my room. After the fust shot was fired,
it seemed like father rfciged no a little
and started to say something, hot never
finished It. I saw Olberrnan standing
not far from tbe foot of the lonoge when
be commenced shooting. 1 could see
him from my room as the door was
on aud there was a lamp lit in the
room where Mr. Olberrnan and my
father were, but it was turned down
some. After he had shot my father, I
said: "Whst did yon doit for?" and
he said, "You know he has threatened
to kill me, and he would have killed me,
il 1 did not kill him,' or something like
tbat. That is all tbe conversation I re
member having with him at tbe lime.
My bedroom d or opened into tbe room
where father was ehct. My father was
in the sitting room ou tbe lounge. I
was 'considerably excited at the lime.
My father did not have any gun or other
weapon with him there on the lounge
tbat I know of. 1 do not kuow who waa
the first person that came to tbe place
after tbe shooting, as I left right awav
and went to my neighbors. My father
slept on Ibe lounge tbat nig't in bis
clothes, lie bad nothing over him at
all that I know of.
At the inquest tbe state was repre
sented by Deputy District Attorney
Riddle and Ihe defendant by C. A. Sehl
brede. Ollierman will probably claim 011 the
trial, that the killing was done in self
defenEe. This, however, is only con
jecture, as he has made no statement of
bis defense. Tbe probability is tbat it
will develope on tbe trial that liipior
was either tbe direct or indirect cause of
the tragedy.
Ulnger.
Kegular spring weather on upper Cow
Creek with April sunshine aud suowere.
Misses Mary and Cell French were
down the creek last Wednesday visiting
relatives aud friends.
We, of Dinger, acknowledge & pleasant
call last Saturday from Mies Dallas Mil
ler and her little brother. Master Blake,
There has been ripe wild strawberries
picked around llinger every month since
last April. It may sound a little tough,
but nevertheless it is true.
Miss Mary J. French of Dinger re
turned from the Victory mine last week,
where she has been in tho employ of
hor sister, Mrs. Cale Corder.
S. R. Miller of Carll is making weekly
trips to Ulendale with range beef for
some of tbe Grants Pass butchers.
Some of it looks like stall fed.
Mr. L. II. McElroy of the Fern ranch
spent the evening at Biugor last Mon
day. He was on otlicial business, as he
is district clerk of school district No. -IL
Our road between llinger and Gales
vilie is ne$t to impassable. Where is
the supervisor that tbe last couuty court
appointed for road district 45? Dou't
all answer at once.
Tbe dance at the Hazel Dell farm on
the .Jnd was a success, where most of
the upper Cow Creekers congregated to
while away tbe night in tbe mazes of
the dance, tripping tbe fantastic to tbe
sweet music of the violin furnished by
tbe McGinni Bros.
We, the republicans of Cow Creek, are
pleased to see J. B. Kiddle's card in the
Plain dkalkr, announcing himself a
candidate for sheriff next Jnne subject
to the wishes of the republican county
convention, which if said conveution is
on to its job. it will surely give J, B .
tbe nomination, for in my j'V'guient hi
nomination mean a republican Bheriff
(or Douglss couuty for the next two
years.
E. I'll kibcs.
1
baking powltr is al:rto.-.t ns
Strong as Stiih'tig's lu st.
Yes, and prussic acid is
stronger than vinegar. a
Kdnrata Your liuwfU Willi Caiicareti.
('unity rntburltc fiini eonatiputloii forever.
lOv.c. If V. C. C. tail, ilrii:)iiurt:fuiiil uionsy.
Wanted.
jOO for 5 years at 10 per tent per an
num, l'i is t class security. Address U,
Care of I'laindkauuh.
I (io to F. W. Ihiynoa fur liritclues den
(tal work. Review building.
Kapp's Residence Uurned.
On IhurmUy evening lal Jmt aa folk
were going lo iheir siiiirra, ihe Or IHI
sounded an alarm. The wind was from
lliBSiiith and Ihe denim volum of
smoke that swep. no-lh ward Irom south
main ai reef soon disclosed thn location
nl the lire. It was tbe reridnnce of M.
F. Kpp, and lh Hre had got under good
headway before it was discovered It
broke out lo Ihe up pur story, and as
there waa n lire in that pert of the
bouse, it .evidently started from a de
fective flue. Seoiel of willing hands
went immediately lo work to remove Ibe
lurnlture irorn lh lower story, and this
was accomplished and Ihe goods pal
away in tho bouses of the neighbor.
uut one trunk was saved Irom op stairs.
Ho tbe bedding and clothing was all
destroyed' The lire department was
promptly on Ihe scene and if the hose of
the I'miMpia company had been fifty feet
longer the fire would have been gotten
under control before a great deal of dam
age was done, but water could not be
brought to play nntil the Koseburg hose
cart arrived from the depot. By that
time me lire nan got a good start. But
the boys did good work when once at it
and confined the flames lo tbe upper
story and rear of the bouse. For a time
It looked as though the building would
sorely be entirely destroyed, but it
uumeu mow ociug oaru nnisueu.
ibe bmlding and contents were In
sured in the .Etna, Frank Godfrey,
aiPtn, lor f j-hsi.
Ihe family are temporarily domiciled
with Mr. ami Mrs. C. II. Kristol in Eden
bower. Among the Churches.
First Presbyterian C'hnrch: The
weather being pleasant, a lair aodisnce
was in their places to greet their old
friend And pastor, Rev. W. A. Smick,
now of Albany, Or., who in hia happy
maimer delivered one of bis forcible and
earnest sermons, taking for bis text the
21st verse of the U'th chapter of St. Lnke.
Tbe preacher said: (Eefering to tbe
parable wnicti preceded tbe text), This
man made two great mistakes : First,
he took it for grsntcd tbat be bad many
yeaia to live; second, be thought be
could live without God. Tbe reverend
gentleman enlarged on human selfish
ness. and declared tbat the love of
Christ was the only antidote for this
great sin.
The evening service at this church waa
the regular Sabbath evening chorus ser
vice, which has become so very popular.
The service opened with scripture read
ing, followed by a very fervent prayer by
Kev. Dilwortb. This was followed by
select readings by Miss Ethel Parrott,
Miss Ruby Bailey, Miss Clara McCoy
and Mrs. Snyder, all of which were high
ly appreciated by tbe audience.
Kev. W. A. Smick then addressed tbe
young people on tbe secret of a success
ful life, telling them tbat a life without
Christ can not be a perfect success. This
programme was interspersed with moaic
by tbe full chorus, while Mrs. Follerton
presided at tbe organ.
The programme for next Sabbath is in
tbe hands of Miss Ruby Gordon. Tbil
fact alone insures ns a good one.
Jury List For March Term.
John llobbs, farmer, Cow Creek.
P. E. Cooper, farmer, Koseburg.
N. W. Alexander, farmer, Millwood.
W. M. Flock, farmer, Caoyonville.
Jacob Brown farmer, Canyonville.
J. G. Fiook, contractor, Rceeburg.
E. E. LaBrie, farmer, Wilbur.
W. S. Brosi, farmer, Looking Glass.
J. A. Stephens, farmer. Calapooia.
Watson Davis, farmer, Deer Creek.
John J. Long, farmer, Yoncalla.
George Frasier, farmer, Oakland.
H. H. Gillette, drayman, Koseburg.
E. L. Rice, farmer, Civil Bend.
W. A. Stocker. farmer, Pass Creek.
Jasper Fegles, farmer, Pass Creek.
II. G.Brown, farmer, Eikton.
E. Ottinger, hotel keeper, Wilbur.
E. E. Hatfield, farmer, Deer Creek.
Wru. Singleton, farmer, Mt. Scott.
O. Emery, farmer, Coles Valley.
J. W. Morgan, farmer, Looking Glass.
K B. Hervey, farmer, Myrtle Creek.
T. W. Newland, farmer, Ten Mile.
G. W. Crenshaw, farmer, Millwood.
A. B. farewell, farmer, West Rose
burg. W. J. Hacker, farmer, Riddle.
A. -S. butler, farmer, Scuttsbnrg.
C. E. Kicker, clerk, Gardiner.
W. C. Winston, farmer, Civil Bend.
Tbo party given at tbe residence of
Mrs. B. F. Lobr by Miss Grace Catching
last Tuesday evening, was a quiet bat
very enjoyable aRair and one long to be
remembered. Those who attended pro
nounced Miss Grace a very genial hostess.
Miss Pearl Wright played some choice
pieces on tbe piano. Lester Wright and
Kuby Gordon were awarded the "booby"
prizes, and last but not least was the
lunch which was very attractive to the
appetite. Bennie Lohr and Maude
Catching were quite attentive as waiters.
Those present were: Misses Pear)
Wright, Fbssie Snambrook, Silvia
Stearns, Belle end Cora Catching, Grace
and Minnie Sbupe, Gerti ode Eddy, Ruby
Gordon, Eva Jacobs, Grace Catching.
Messrs. Hubert Wright, Stell Zigler, Ed
Kenfra, Lester Wright, Jesse Smith,
t red Hunter, Walter McKenxie, crank
Livingston.
Hon. J . II. Whitsett of Roberts creek,
a prominent populist and a probable
candidate for eheritT on the populist
ticket, was in the city last Saturday.
Harve ia entitled to tbe nomination, but
this office as well as all the other paying
oittees will be demanded by the demo
crats. The populists will oe allowed to
vote the ticket and hold tbe sack.
Grand
Clearance Sale !
Commencing
Saturday, January 22nd
Our
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entire
stock of
Will be Sold at Cost,
STRICTLY FOR CASH,
To make room for our large Spring Stock. This is the
greatest opportuuity ever offered the people of Douglas
County to get bargains on Uoots aud Shoes.
Roseburg, Or. PARROTT BROS.
Rjr! ssakM tk t4 sura,
wbIssm ul 4Urs.
tttftH ftAMMI 9ftHQtQ tff)M Vmifn
W. C. T. U. Parlor nesting
The parlor meeting under tbe ansnlcea
ol tbe W. C. T. U. at the residence of
Judge A.t. Stearns last Friday evening
(or Sunday school workers, wsa a very
enjoyable affair. Tbe spacious parlors
of the Stearns' resilience on Fowler
street were UlleJ with people interested
in temperance and Sunday school work.
Tbe special object of the meeting wss to
farther the plan of teaching temperance
in the Sunday schools. The exercises
were as follows: A duet by Mrs. Rags
dale and Mrs. Katee; responsive readiog
lead by Mrs. Ida Marstera ; solo by Mrs.
Letea ; address on temperance teaching
in tbe Sunday school by O. P. Coshow.
Esq. ; historical sketch of Sunday school
temperance work, Mrs. E. E. Richards ;
suggestions to Sanday school teachers
by Mrs. Shape; explanation of plan of
work by Misa Sutton, an I a ijuartette by
Messrs. Sbnpe, McKeoxie, Godfrey and
Coabow. Tbe address, the papers and
singing were first rate and very much en
joyed. Then came tbe lunch which waa
by no means lacking in attractiveness,
and a social good time was bad. A reso
lution advocating the continuance of
temperance teaching In tbe Snnday
school wss signed. If all the reform
forces in the land were as earnest, and
hardworking and unselfish as the women
who comprise tbe W. C. T. L, the efleel
would surprise even the most sanguine.
School Election.
The regular annual school election in
this district will be held at (be school
house in Rose burg, on Monday, March
7th at 1 o'clock, p. ns., for the purpose of
electing one director to serve three
years and a clerk to serve one year.
Every person interested in the schools
should be present.
Horn For Sale.
A good gentle horse, weight 1050
pounds, suitable for farm work or for
lady or children to drive, for sale, or ex
change for a good milch cow, Lviulre
of Mrs. W. A. McKenzie, Koseburg.
Northern Pacific Railroad Company.
Are selling tickets to sll points East at
half tbe regular rates.
D. 6. K. Bi'icK,
Local Agent No. 2, Marstera buildiig.
To Car CowatlpstlM Farevetv
Take Capearets Candy Cathartic. lOsorSSe.
II C C. Of fall to cure, druggists refund none
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with Local Applications, aa tbey cannot
reach the seat of tbe disease. Catarrh is
a blood or constitutional disease, and in
order to cure it you must take internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken
internally, and acta directly on tbe blood
and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
Cure ia not a quack medicine. It waa
prescribed by one of the best physicians
in this country for years, and is a regu
lar prescription. It is composed of tbe
beet tonics known, combined with tbe
best blood purifiers, acting directly on
the mucous surfaces. .The perfect com
bination of the two ingredients ia what
produces such wonderful results in cur
ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
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Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
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Baaure and aak (or atra. Wlnalow's Soothing
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become perfectly healthy by using De
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