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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1898)
Use only one heap
ing teaspoon till of
ing Powder to a
quart of flour.
Yku-muit me tut tcaspoonl'iiU of other b.ikin; powder.
nib) PLAIN DEALER
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Pay your lulmciipiioti loiUy.
Hi iiii; your job work tn thin ollin'.
ii j 1 1 tliu U.iHolmil lor tli lioit t'iisnm.
Kor ii Ko.xl o-ii'iit ti;;ar on Mn.N.
Ki'inly imi'l" hlii'i'tH ill tlio Novi'ily
l or i i-i .l ojIh i .ill on II. M . M ar I in,
niur llio ili'j'ot.
M.i'.ironi hi iiin' I'oiiinl mrliuiiB Ml
. i y I f r ' uriM-i-iy.
I'. W. ll.iyni'H Jon nil kiinl ol ileuU
ork .roui lly mi l skillfull)'.
Auk your Knurr lor Kxrvlsiur Hour;
KiiaraiilL'ftl timt tlan'. l.th) per fiiek.
Hid Nmv l.ra llmir inil!d ituiir.iiilrtii nil
ila work. Kt'i't I y all ).'iori-.!. I DO jn-r
ItnyH iml mi n h IihIr, new up tu-Juti)
KooiIh, uIho ovi rel i it I k, tii'H, l tliu Novel
1''. W. C'rtnti'r ia aulliori.'.i'il lo r
reive iiml ri'cuit (or Biii'i-rriiaiouu to the
1'l.MMll, M i ll.
Tho nici'Nt t m tly uii.l tliu very best
iwuiiut I'.imly ran iiUiiya be found at Hie
I or 1 1 to pietlitiBt lino o firii.) drusu
Hoinln, ouliiia lUiini'la uutl eulicoea, full
at tlio Novelty Store.
J( you want K'inii'o Iriuli linen or lino
luJin linens iiml liiwnn (or liHinlkur
ebieln, fall ul lite Novelty Stoic.
Tlio New lira MiIIh untuuUriuica lix
rulnior Hour ami xitaianteiH il 1'unt claiia.
1.00 perniiek nt all roi i'iy Htoren.
HuhI, purent ami IrcnlieHt Imril iniiuil
fainlieH, li.inil inuiln, ul tliu Kamly Kitt'lt
eu for only l-'ie per iioitinl. Try 'em.
Wo uro iitepiiteil lo fcliow you u pietly
line ol eliildrf it's u:ih ut very low ricee.
full ami een tin in at llio Novelty More.
( iruliaiti llour, oat iiikuI ami niirin, al
lie Now lira Mills All uuiirunteeil tirst
iI.irh. i in ohIo liy all iirociTB. 1.00 per
J. V. Heekluv Co., tho buteherH,will
kui'p only tlio ilioiccHt of iiieatu uhero
Willi to mipply tho KoHi-liurn public, but
monthly uulUeiiionU will bo reijulruil.
Puu'l annoy otbera by your couKliii'Kt
uml rink your tilo by negli'i'tinn u cold.
Duo Mitiiilo UoiikIi 1'ttrn enren fougliB,
cold", eionp, Krippo and all throat and
hintf troubUiu. A. O. MarHtura' A Va.
After re.bru.uy ltt wn wilt ittuko a io
ductioii iu tho piiio of Klivor ilow and
eiltiai throughout Hit) eutiro lino. Juut
roeeivmi a tuiload ol barb wire.
I SlKAItNH (.'lli:.NOklll.
Mm. J. II. Httipa lum beon appointed
roprcBimlativo lor Ihu Vluvi Co. iu thia
city. Any cno ilettiiiut! iiiformalioii iu
regard to. or wiahinK to procuro tlio rem
edy, will pleauo eall at tier residence ou
Morii' I'ottUry Cure. Thia infallible
remedy f hallnniteii the world to produce
its uipial as u i'VK producer. 1 revent
ivo and euro lor all diseasea of (owls,
(iuuriintoed and for Halo by II. M. Mar
ti u, KoHi'biiri;, Or.
"Uualily ia everylhiu);." Tho Cuudy
I'ttitory lii in of Uurwburn are very fare
fill about llio fii'HhneMH and perlfd con
dition of all tho inrcdir.nU used Ul nittu
ufaiauriiu t lit-i r c.ui.JiiH, and equally
eurefitl tn lill all nrdeiH with iieutnuoB
and .UTiirarv. Nolhiiin "ehenp" ill nnr
(jloiu. Call and bu convinced.
CDEKUOWER IMUJIrUV YAKDS
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li'li.li .1 In ill Kritat-A H.iiinl.ii'.'k mm.- Iii-i.t lull.. I
h. ii.I 'ui, ,, lnf ti-l'lv U III In- i. inrii. , ll l l" r ' ir.in''
rK Iivali mi'l trim I'i iwiiiu. uuia li.i ihm .nulir.
I'.. A. KHlNi:,l'ru)'lilr.
Uotiiily court h In ri a'-luii.
Frenli fruit In it'am irn al . nh-r'a
(irallt l.t'M'llH llf (illll MVlll'l MlIN in liiu
cily on Monday,
Prof A. p. Con utt i f lliddl.t t-f
Priday in thia city .
IVntal mirk in nil im brum In n ikii
fully .luiiu l v K. W. II") in f.
MlirhhlnuliilMH .'ll! m t box, a' oir J'l in
a Ikix ut Hie Knndy l:' lirn.
Mr. and Mrn. II. D. iravM went to
liouclio huliitdjy lo viiit fnetnl i.
Croon and brid)!rt work m ii'iitilicilly
doim bv P. W. Il.iym-H, tlm il'tiii"t .
line your loolb mbe'.' 'io m-k l-'ied
llaynt'N whi'tlii r i' ia .rtli mivhiu.
'I he i. iiii'f, I boiiiiny at liir'n rueci y
id the l.i-Hl in tin- city mid t v. ry riri
If 1 1 11 r m n t fi d
Hon. John I'iuitnitl id I n, I- , im i i-riy
pamrd tbri null the i ity Sin,. lay mi
wav to Aiblui.d.
I'r. lb my I iillr, a ptciniiii nt 1 1 y - i -eiaii
ol tliiklrtinl, made lliii olhiea ph ut
ant t all u Monday.
New kliin-H ol all kil iUnt bol Inn I Ii i B
al tlm Novelty More. Cull and t limine
llicin bel.ire pun ha-nit;.
Cim'Ik .loliuiiie .! keoii m in 1 1
rily fr.iin ('aiiioiiville on M-m lay to
bear ex l'ijli)ri'iHinaii I'owni' cji-.ili.
liiant I .cm in t f t iah'r die, n ir i ihu
dale, lmni);tit to toiaii IIiih ei k n l i'l i
W al id U'i'd llieri-.u Mniiii)! J-.urinil.
Mr. John llnrtii, a pioimni'iit tii;"ii
if UrtkUii'l, huh ii.iukIiiii; with hin many
Irii'iiiU in thin city the hmt of tlm week.
I. T. Thompson of C del Valley, mi
old time I r ii-ii ,1 ol the editor, mid u
mighty tine man, "pent Moiid.iy in Ihf
Chullea llurpir id the Soldie h' ll uni',
made thin ulliee u pleijnt usi i dny
last week. Mr. II rj it w.ii a iiieuibi-r
of the I ft Kinnat.
II p. l)jhP, reft ion foienun on Ihu ."v
P , has piirchaai d the 1'i-ai ue fruit l.uin
of Chan. Wiiir-ton. loeatid betwetti
(irvena Station and Winatoi!.
Mif a l.uey Stanton of Kofeburii, who
baa I t en vinitini: Miwt lino Il.wdmi; f,,r
f oino time pual, in aoj ur lii tin in l'orl!.ind
thia week.-- Ori son City l-inlerprixc.
Ii. liut-iiiH, pliyHiciiui uud tjiirL,(".ii,
oflire in Marateru' binldiiu'. C.ill:i in
town and country promptly answered
ni.'ht or day. Iteanlence, 'M I Mill ntieet.
JudiCO L. I.uii)ibary, Hpniiil -ivetn-ueiit
iiKcnt in (bo iuvtatiitatiou tl Ind
ian depredation chimin, ia m t kinn iu the
neighborhood I l.ua Vi aa, New Mex
ico. Jualicc P. SV. Khodca of 1'iaiu was iu
tho city ou huaiucBa Monday. Mr.
lUtoden baa a meat market both in
lrin and Oakland. He reports biisiiiefa
lioud ut both potntrt.
V. K. Whipple, llio purveyor and
civil engineer, came in this week from
Ida Waldo farm. Wo ferret to learn
that Mr. Whipple ia txitTeriri); from a
rheumatic attack.- t iri'non Mininj; Jour
nal, P. ll. Colluian, phyaiciau and aui);eiu
aerrutary hoard I'. (s. Petmiun BiirKeoiia
OHico in Maratera' block, residence 7i'0
StepbeiiH atreet. Piofeeaionul calls iu
town or country promptly answered
nlht or dav.
Ilou. K. M. Veat..h ia iu the eitv. 'Iia
time ia up April 1st an regi'lcr of the I'.
S. land olliro at KoH-buri;. We have (re
ipiently heard bia nuiiio mentioneit in
connect ion with the governorship on the
Pnion ticket . i'liuene (iu.ird.
Kov. A. I. Weatfall of Hie P. H.
chinch, letutiiud on Friday lam iroin
Portland, where ho has been cnMed in
revival work, lie leporla u veiy profit -able
eeriej of meeting, nuch iuterenl
haviiiu been niunifcMr-d and minh K1""'
Ou liiHt Piiday eveniiiK the ouiu
frionda of Miua llattio VauOrder to the
number of about twenty, gave bur a very
ploaaant BtirpriHo iar(y at the homo of
her pareuta in thia city. Kefieuhuieuta
were served and ull preueut pronounced
it a very enjoyable all'atr.
Wo aio aiixioua to do a littlo Koud iu
thia world and can think of no pIciiBantcr
or better way to do it than by reconi
mcudiii)( One Minnie (.'uro iik a pievent
ivo of pnoumouia, coiihumption nud
other HoriottR lunx troublea that follow
ue)lei'ted colds. Matbleru' liitii; Store
Jud);o W. V. Halo of tho lin t judicial
diHtricl, ia holdinn the i enl.u l, -rut of
llio circuit court in Pane tountv for
J ud no 1' ulleiton. Judfc-o Follertviu tiinla
it necuasaiy to devote all tho time from
now lo tho oud of his term of ollico to
the iliopoBul of btitineHS now held under
Kev. A. 1, Weellall repoita that on
last Friday at a pjiut tiear llalaey, some
miscreant throw a hIoiiu thioiuh Ihu
window of a couch of the routhhound
local iu which ho wuh ridinn. While no
ono was injured frauuienta of kIuhh wero
ecattered over thu car. Tho mutter was
reportod to tho aulhoiitiea nt llio next
David Comaloek of Ueer Creek wua ur
reatoJ Friday iiight chiuged with liuviuu
robbed (ieo, W. Culchinn of u watch and
Homo money ut the McClullmt Mouho.
CotuBlock waa brought beioto JukIico
llatnlin on Hutuiduy and haviiiK' waived
iiu exntniuulion, wuh held to auawer bu-
I foro tho urund jury, bund bfini reiuired
I iu tho aum of KMOO,
closSgI 5ACR1F!ce 5ALE!
I 'aiiii I M, ) itntld of Olalla hai K'ne to
1'i'iivi r, ( '(iliiiadu
Mr. and Mra. W. ll. Duke of Oakland
with iii iliii city Monday.
in lo P. W. llrfir.i'R for flrttrlaM dfin
t.i' wnik. K'-view huildinK.
It. P. O lilks r'Ki)(ar nivelinx tonight.
All ii.i iiiln ri uml viahiriK brothnra are
w ch oilie
i m l.o-t Pu lay .. W. HiK-kloy V Co.
ici civi-d i I i !. J of thirty lino bfef cattle
from Coo- c.iunty.
Alt ,rn v A Ii. Maltby of Oakland has
K " ii to Juu'-hii, where he baa accepted a
hi'nui ion iu a Ii a ollico.
M.ps Man I Peckloy autl MiM Kuinia
.-elillurile cpiuit Sunday with relatives
ali i Irn n. la in laklaud.
Piakt uiiiu P. M. I.ucavitli, who went
to Aluhka Home time aio, baa otfned
hlationary and notion atore at Dyea.
Mii-h I'.iU liradley baa been tplite tick
fur fevt-rul iUim. Her frit-iDa are re
j ji.ed to know that the ia improving
Mr. W. K. Willis rettiroed home lait
I ndrtv aCcr a ,icanant viait with Mra.
I. N. liney mi l Mra. I-. (t. Adair ol
The p -puliiii i f Jai kaou cotintr at
t hi-r . mi. it no held in thai cunty on
l,it r-.i t a . 1 1 y ,i-i-l.irrd againat fuion
with the ilciiioc lata.
W. I l.-ither hna iirrivfd from Cali
f.inia. Mia Put her, wiio baa been here
f.i'i. u!.tiif, ia the popular proprietress
I Him kainlv Kitchen.
Mis. I-U I 'oiler of Porlland, reidenl
of the K"l i-kali Actembly of Oregon,
Hind" Mil olhctal vit-it to I lie Kfbekah
lodi4': iu l h in e ty ou Mocday.
Dr. M. W. IUvih. i.ow- ol Portland,
w iih fhakini; hands with bia many friends
the liiit ol the week. 1 hie office ao
know !i'd).'"i a pieaaaut call.
We huvi) a tine line of pure white bed
s,.re.idH, h.i lace curtains, scrims and
iiiiin lie. Von tuay need these at
hott-e-i li-iinii'); time. Novelty Store.
Mm Mil -una Johnson of Flournoy
Valh-y wn-i a Ij i led insane iu the
count v tout! on lust Monday and on
r.ii'.td.iv i-ln- waa taken lotlie asylum at
salem by l'e,i'ity Slu-riir K. I.. Mei-hena.
I'.tpt, Pen D. lioswell, of lion well
Spring's, paaaetl t h rouli thocity Tuesday
on his way to San F'rancisro to join his
wife iu a tdiort viait there. Mra. lios
well has bi t-n in California for the prwt
t hrn- u ii in i hs,
Tne li.ii.U.i'e storu of W. W. Kent at
Drain was nroken into last week and two
double-barrel shot iiuna, two revolvers.
and Bevenil other arti. les taken. At the
mime time Moon's store was entered, but
ao far uh know n nothing was taken.
A thrill of terror is experienced whue
a hrapay coii);h of croup sounds through
llio lioute al uuht. Hut the terror soon
i hunneb lo relief after One Minute Cough
Cure bus been administered. Safe and
harmless for i hildreu. Marsters Drug
This ollico enjoyed a very pleasant
viait from (id. Kstea, the popular South
ern Pacific agent, last Saturday. We
venture the assertion that there can be
lound but few men in Oregon, who are
better informed on current topics than ia
We desire to call ppeclul alleuliou to
ad of Curo liroa of the liosa Store, which
appears in this hsuo. They have sold
their leal estate and aro going out of bus-iiic-w.
D.iiing tho next sixty days they
will close out their entire stock in order
to give possession of the store building.
.las. A. Sterling, who bus been making
a tour of tli,e county iu tho interest of
the UHSfsorr.hip on the republican tick
et, returned homo Wednesday. Mr.
sterling was assessor lor tins couuty lor
H'ver.U years previous to the last elec
tion, an 1 hij uhility (or the office needs
no further recommendation North
1 1, mlns Watchman.
Mii-sru Wilson l.oJgharv of Hosu
bui Oregon, m lived Sunday evening
on the Orcein express and is a guest at
Mis. O II. Coliiua'. Her grandfather,
U. W. Wilson, resided iu Red Hluff for
yiaia, and was u well-kuown capitalist.
Ho went to Salem, Oregon, in 1805 and
resided there until his death. Ked Bluff,
Cab, News, March 1st.
The annual t-chool eloction for this
iliHtrict waa held iu this city Monday
ufternoon. The meeting was called to
order by W. P. Benjamin, chairman of
Ihu board ol diiectora. After the read
ing of tho report ot the clerk, J. W.
Wright iu u neat speech placed in nomi
nation (i. W, Jones for director. Tliero
being no other nominations Mr. Jones
was elected without opositiou. Mrs.
Allio Sheridan was re-elected clerk as a
matter of courso.
A. W. Stunt jii of Brock way, this couu
ty, w ill engage iu tho sheep business in
Montana. Mr. Stanton ia uu old sheep
man, who, with thousauds of others,
waa driven out of the business by the
last democratic uduiiuistratiou, and now
that the sigus of returning prosperity
uro seen on i veiy hand, he will aguiu
cngni;u in the buaiuoss. Mr. Stanton's
family will still muko Douglas county
C. 11. Cannon desires it to be under
btood that ho in not u candidate or any
ollico, the statement iu tho lie view to
thufoutuiiy not withstanding. Claud
wuh u candidate for tho poetollico at
lioHehuig uud was strongly eudorsed by
hiu friends for that position, but auother
man h;u been appointed, and us a good
icpublicun should do he is ready to ao
iuicuci fu tho result. Tho man who
adopts t h it course, merits and will re
ceive tin) couunondatjon of Party,
We arc determined to close out our larc stock of
Dry Goods, Clothing Hats, Hoots, Shoes, Ladies' and
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hlankcts, (Juilts, Laces,
Embroideries, Trunks, Valises, cel., etc.
This time we MUST SKLL, as we have sold our
Real Kstatc and must give possession in Sixty Days.
NO HUH BUG.
Our late arrivals are all the best and most fash
ionable goods iu the city, and arc direct from the
AND ASK l'OR PRICKS AT
Caro Bros Boss Store.
A. (). Parsons, who has been juite
sick, la, we are glad to ray, iniprovinp.
ieo. McNamee, foreman of the S. P.
bridge gang, spent Sunday with his
Hon. J. F. (isley, a prorninmt popu
list of Canjouvil!r, waa iu the city on
II. n It H. Dixon, ono of tlm repub
lic ma i-f Deer Croik. wai in the city
I. Chapman ami i. W. Puckelt,
prominent citizens of Cunyonvillo were
io thia cily Thursday.
W. V. Hardy and J. O. Hetty of Drain
will go to Alaska toon with a corp of
Jack Itonnell, one of Wilbur's old
time republican, Bjient a few days in
the city last week viai'.ing friends.
Miss Flo-aiu Shainhro)k bai been en
gaged to teach the spring term of reboot
iu Scott's valley. School aid l.pgia
At the school meeting in the Wiles
dig rict, west of the city, Samuel Mab
ley waa elected director and K.ty C.
The nte I of a good Spring Mi'iln ine ia
almost universal and Hood'a Saiaa
rilla exactly meets this tu-.d. Be sure
to get lPxxi's.
J. S. Coke, a prominent uttoruev of
Mitrabtlel.l, pat-ed through the city
Moudav on Ins way houiu from a trip
down the valley.
Report j ist.. received lht a man waa
foil n I deail on the trail U'tween Wt-st
Pork tin. I Marks' miiin. Full parliculara
could not I hi obtained before goin to
A Keliekah lodge will be im-tituted t
Myrtle Creek, Wednrsday, March 10,
lSOS, tiy Mre. Ida Foeter, president of
the State AtsPinbly, assisted by a dele
gation from thi ciiy.
Haeburg public actio il a makiug
preparations lor an cuiertainuieiit at ttie
Ojiera house, Friday evenin, March IS,
for benelit of litirarv uti,l. I'roirram
will appear next week.
The members of the Kebrkuli assembly
of tliia city gave Mrs. Ida Foster, presi
dent of the Kebekah Assembly of Ore
gon, a reception at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Sehlbrede on Tuesday evening
There nre three litilo things which do
more work than any other three little
things created they are the ant, the bee
and DeWitt's Little Parly Risers, the
last being the famous little pills for
Btomacu and liver troubles. A. C.
Marsters A Co.
Miss Laura Ii. Jones of the North
Douglas Watchman, spent Monday in
the city. This office acknowledges a
pleasant visit w ith Mies Jones. She ex
presses herself as pleased with the en
couragement she is receiving from the
people of North louglas.
Hon. 1'lin Cooler, made this office
both a social and business call last Mon
day. Your Uncle Plinisa mighty tine
man aud a good cituin, but we are
sorry to hear of his wanlering away
from the republican (old, where he has
done such good service in the past. Bet
ter come home, Pncle Plin.
Co. A, O. N. U.
Ou last Wednesday eveniug a number
of our citizens, by special iuyitatiou, had
the pleasure of sieuding the evening
with Co. A, O. N. Cm., at their armory,
the occasion being the ngular company
drill and inspection. After the usual Lour
snout in drill Capt. Hamlin, in a very
elo'iueut and patriotic address, reviewed
the history of the citizen soldiery of this
country duriug tho pat, and welcomed
ike cituena present, i tie company and
their guests then partook of a substantial
luucheon, served by the members of tin
Mayor Marsters then brought iu cigars,
aud those present spent au hour iu social
fellowship. Quite a lnr;e number of old
veterans were present and were especi
ally interested in tho proceedings. Short
addresses were delivered by M. MoUoy,
Capt. Conner, J. W. Wright, Capt. Ci.
Goble, John Hatuhn aud Col. I'hos.
(iibsou on the part of the veterans.
Mayor Maislurs, I). S.'K. liuick, 1-i D.
Stratford and C. H. Cannou also ddiv
ered short uddreEses, in which they
compliinonted Ihu company aud i'B
officers ou their soldierly bearing aud
proficiency iu drill. D. P. F'teher and
O. U. Brown on the pa it of the company,
thanked those present for the interest
which tho visitors had manifested in
tho welfaro of Co. A. Prof. Brown in bis
remarks entertaiued those present with
6ome reuiiniscuuces of the lloid Hiver
campaign of last summer,' which brought
dowii the house. Altogether the affair
was a very pleasant one, and every oue
preseut weut away with their opinion
Btieutbeued that Co, A. is the crack com
pany of the Oregon Natioual Guard.
Thecompauy voted in live uaw mem
bers during tne evening, briugiug their
uumber up to fifty eight.
At the Opera House Saturday night
amusement lovets will have a chauce to
witness a real, old-faahioned minstrel
show, where wo can sit uud while away
a pleuaaut two hours uud a half enjoying
enchanting music, dclightfulul siuging,
clever comediaus and daueos. The show
comprises thirty-live people, traveling iu
its owu private Pu'.luuu Palace Car.
Thyro will bo a sensational street parade
at noon, which ia said to be tine than a
coou camp meeting.
A Free Silver Talk.
Monday afternoon a large number of
our citizens, mostly democrats and pop
ulists, with a sprinkling of republicans
and a few ladies, gathered st the court
house to listen to the speech of lion.
Ciiaa. A. Towns of Minnesota, chai'man
of tho free silver republican national
committee. Tne speaker daring his re
mark! took considerable pains to illus
trate, by means of a glass aud iokstand,
which happened to be haody, assist
ed by a couple of half dollars from bis
(routers pocket, that mioey was a
"medium of exchange." Only that and
nothing more. For instance, one man
owned a glass and his neighbor an ink
stand ; each wanted the proprerty of the
other; they exchanged property and
were happy ; they had no use for money.
Hut one day the man of glasses wanted
antoher inkstand, and behold, he could
find no man who wanted to exchange
w ith him So he sold his glasi for a
pitce of money and bought an Inkstand
from the first person be met. Once he
was on to tho money racket be found
what a convenient thing it waa. No
more bunting all over the neighborhood
lo find some one who wanted to swap.
All he had to do was to sell another
glais for another piece of money and he
was immediately beseiged by men who
bad inkstands to sell. Hence, every
body wanted money, and strife for mon
ey waxed great in the land. All en
gaged fiercely in the strife. Some worked
for money, some wrote for money and
evQ tlm preacher preached for money,
ami poesibiy, we are led (o infer, the
rpeaker talked for money. And there
were two kinds of in miy gold and e-live
r . So thu gold bugs conspired togeth
er and commuted the crime of '73, da
troy ed silver half the money of the
world, aud their gold was doubled in
valua, and therefore democrats, popu
lists aud free silver republicans should
unite to smite the "gold bug" party and
to restore the "money of the constitu
tion." The Bpeaker eulogized the old
soldiers and paid a glowing tribute to
Lincoln, and was heartily applauded
w henever the audience thought the re
publican party received a blow in the
"ehort ribs." The speech, as a whole,
was heartily enjoyed and appreciated
by (hose of bis faith, and was the cause
of much comment on street corners and
"Sunshine and showers
Make May (lowers."
F. F. Wells was in town last Sunday.
1'. W. Rhodes waa buying cattle in
Kikton laet week.
P. W. Beckley had tbe misfortune to
sprain his ankle recently. We wish bim
a speedy recovery.
Miss Nettie Anderson of Kellogg was
visiting friends here last Sunday.
Miss Ida Levins has returned home
from Siottsburg where she has been
calling ou friends.
The boys, we are sorry to say, were
hunting coyotes last Sunday.
Dr. Oilmoie of Oakland was called to
P. Ik ton a few days since, to render medi
cal aid to Mrs. J. M. Stark, who is unite
liJ Haines and P. W. Beckley each
killed a coyote last week. We guess the
coyotes will be taken down a "notch or
two" if you boys keep on.
Little Dottie Wilson was bo unfortu
nate as to get run over by a lumber car
last week. We are sorry to hear it Dot
tie, and hope you can come to Sunday
School next Sunday, for we miss vou.
Stirred up a Hornet's Nest.
Presideut Hawley, by bis lecture on
John Brown has stirred up a hornet's
nest. Papers all over the state are de
t.ounciug bis lecture, and now the G. A.
R. Posts are taking a hand and the
chances are that by the time they get
Ihrouich with htm, he will think John
Hrowu'a soul has marched all over him.
Bslow will be found the resolutions
adopted by J. W. Geary Poet So, 7 and
tlio Woman's Relief Corps No. -i of Eu
WntHLAs, At a lecture delivered at
the Christian Church, on the evening of
February -ii, 1S0S, by President Hawley,
be stated that John Brown was a traitor,
liar, thief and murderer; and
WiiKKKAS, History disproves cuch
statement, as falte; theretorc be it
liauhel, That the G. A. Ii , V. R.
C, aud friends at s ambled on March 4,
lS'JS, uot only disapprove said statement
but condemn the luuguage and seuti
ment which prompted the same, and
which tend to create a sentiment which
ia not fouudod on truth.
At the Presbyterian Church.
There was uo services Sabbath more
ing except the Sunday school.
The evening chorus service was at
tendqd by a good and appreciative audi
euce. Tbe select readings by Miss
Katie Fulleiton, Mist Flossie Sham
brook and Miss Ruby Gordon were ol a
high order aud well received. Muoio is
ulwuys a prominent feature of the ser
vices and tho solo rendered by Mica
Dolly Suydor deserves special mention.
Tho address by Rev. R. B. Dilworth
was interesting as they always are.
After years of untold sulleriug from
piles. H. W. Pursell of Kuitnersvillo,
Pa., was cured bv using a singlx Ikix of
DeWiu'e Witch lla.j Salvo. Skin die
esses such us eczema, rash, pimples and
ohsliuuto soies are readily cured by this
(anions remedy. A, C. Marsters A; Co.
Trance ii. Wlllard Memorial Service
A large crown gathnred at the M P..
Church on last Sunday alti noon, the
(mi aoion tming the srv,-f held la niton
i ry of Mir Fri cis K Wlllard, l lie nl
ldr ol the Woman's Chrlauin Trm-pi-r
Mine I.'ii Ion.
The church waa beautiful I) decoraun
with downs and draped with white, Ilia
coin a of the VV. U. T. U. Thr Ofivicee
wire ox.i,ed by tinging, after wnich
Hev. A D Wt-tifad led in prayrr and
scripture leafing, (lev. F. L. Moore
then followed with a oiy eloquent and
Inatrnctivn address on (he li'e and work
o Mia Wlllard li. D Mratlord de
livend a short uddrias on the evai.gc Il
eal wurk of Mire Willsrd and th Wir
mi i, 'a Cbriatairi Itmperanea Uul n.
The best thing on Hie program waa a pa
p'T by Mra Melon I'trgueoo, ol Kden
bower, which was rich in thought and
rxprest-iou. A largo delegation waa
prevent from the ridmi bower mion. A
choir made up from the' different church
choirs of the city added much to the
tucceta of tho reivices, a solo by Mr
Htevenson being especially fine. Alto
get her the service was a complete aoe
cets At the close the following resolu
tions were reported as expressing the
sentiment of those present:
WiicKKAs, We have been informed
through lbs public press of the whole
country of the death of Miss Francis .
Willard. who wss taken by the Supreme
Ruler of the Universe from the midst of
her labors on (he 18th day of February,
last : and
Wiicbeas, The death ot thia pure,
Rood woman ia universally considered to
be an irreparable loss to the cause of
Christianity, home life, purity and tenv
Iterance throughout the civilized world;
WriKKKAs, We, too, would mingle our
grief with those who mourn, and record
our estimation of her most estimable
character and worthy life and labor.
Therefore be it
R'Hjlcf.il, That in ber uncompromis
ing warfare against the prevailing vices
and evil habits of the times, and to ber
untirtng devotion to the cause of the
physical, intellectual and spiritual eleva
tion of mankind, we regard onr departed
fr.end and sister one of Uod'a noblest
examples to help, cheer, sod inspire the
liriolcta, That there ia but one ex
pression and that one ia of grief at to
great a lots. It waa a sudden transition
from toil to rest, from grace to glory.
She was to pure, so true, so good, so in
valuable to society and to the world. f
Mas. Jon Hamu5.
. D. Stbatford.
Geo. M. Bbowjc.
Dated at Roseburg, Oregon, thu 6tb
day of March, 1803.
Abraham Lincoln Circle No. 2. ladies
of the Grand Army of the Republic will
give a basket social at tbe Academy
ball, Saturday evening, March 12, 1H93.
Baskets containing supper for two will
be sold at auction. All come and have a
good time. Following is the programme :
Music, address of welcome, Key. How
ell; duet, Misses Gordon and Jacobs;
response, Rev. B. B. Dilwortb; vocal
solo, Miss Ruby Gordoo ; recitation,
Miss Clara McCoy. Auction of baskets.
Struck by the Local.
Tbe north bound Southern Pacific lo
cal No. 17, knocked a tramp off of the
track at tbe divide, four miles north of
here, Monday morning. Tbe tramp bad
evidently sat down on bis bundle to rest,
going to sleep. He was brought to this
place and Marshal McFarland took him
to tbe city jail and Dr. Snapp looked af
ter his injuries which consisted of severe
bruises. His name is Walter White-
bead and he claims San Francisco aa bis
borne. Cottage Grove Messenger,
Call for Mass Convention.
To tbe silver republican voters who be
lieve in tbe free coinage of gold and ail
ver at the ratio of 10 to 1 : You are earn
estly requested to be present at a mass
convention to be held in Roeeborg on Sat
urday, March 19th. 1398, for the purpose
of electing delegates to the state conven
tion to be held in the city of Portland on
March 23, 1S93.
J. W. Conn, Silver Republican
Committeman for Douglas County.
All persons are hereby notified not to
hunt or fish or otherwise trespass on the
property known as tbe Douglas county
fair grounds. S. C. ILibtbcx.
Whooping cough is the most distress
ing malady ; but its duration can be cut
short by tbe u-e of One Minute Cougb
Cure, which is also the best known rem
edy (or croup and all lung and bionchial
troubles. A. C. Marsters' & Co.
Tliouaantla nre Trying It.
In order to prove the great merit ot
I.Iy s Crea'.u llnlm. the nin .t eneotive cure
for Catarrh aud Cold i'i Head, we have pre
jured a yeueio is trial size for 10 cents.
Get it of j our diusUt or send 10 eenta to
ELY BUGS., li V.'arrju St., K. V. City.
I sulered f rom c it -rU of the worst kind
ever siiu-o a lj; i. : I 1 uoitr hoped for
cure, but Lie' - I'rcam Pr.lm seems to do
even that. M my aeipraiutineia have used
it with cxselleut results. Oaear Ostruui,
13 Warreu Aio., Chicago, 111.
Ely's Cream Balm is tho acknowledged
enre'for catarrh und contains no cocaine,
mercury nor nuy injurious drug. Price,
CO cents. At druggists or by niaiL
Clearance Sale !
Saturday, January 22nd
And continuing 30 days.
:B, sis 1 in
Will be Sold at Cost,
STRICTLY FOR CASH,
To make room for our large Spring Stock. This is the
greatest opportunity ever offered the people of Douglas
Couuty to get bargaius ou Boots and Shoes.
Reyel tasks tk ti state.
IWH SMrtajf) pffftfstgysj )t)( ttflt JANMar
Tbe following is a retort i f (he Rvlmod
school for (he month ending March 4.lhi
No. ol pupila enrolled 22; average daily
Those avsraarlnir over 85 were : Svlvla
Brown, Gary firo-jo, Coral Wiles, Alll
Drollinger, Warren Mabley, Mollie
Brown, John Martin, Laura, Henry,
Hattie and Herbert Drollinger, Mary,
tva, itora and Frances Uloake.
Those neither absent nor tardv were :
Coral Wiles, Bvlvla Drown, Allie Drol
linger, Oary Brown, Warreu Mabley,
Mary, Five, Cora and Frances Cloake.
Euut Cannon, Teacher.
Ef worth League Entertainment.
Tbe literary department of tbe Ep-
wortb League were very pleasantly en
tertained at tbe residence ol Mr. Frank
Churchill. Tbe subject was "lHtcovery
of America." Papers were read by V.
8. Godfrey, Mae Fisher, Emma Fisher,
Uelen V. Smith, Amau Smith, and re
marks war made by Kev. F. L. Moore
and Col. J. B. Eddy. Tbe evening was
a very enjoyable one. The next meeting
is tbe first Friday In April and tbe sub
ject will be "Oregon Pioneers."
Of household rrooda at J. W. Hart In '
ranch In Civil Bend on Monday. March
21, at 10 o'clock, a. m. Tbis is an op
portunity to secure great bargains.
j. a. rac&AT.
Edarat Tea Bweur With Caacarat
v.m v..u.i.w. uio ui.,imi.uii ivi,i,i,
lOcSSc. II GCO. fall, drags-tat refund money.
HofM For Salt.
A good gentle borse, weight 1060
pounds, suitable for farm work or for
lady or children to drive, for sale, or ex
change for a good milch cow, Inquire
. i w Air . n. t. ....
oi rare, n . a. mctveozie, nunuurx.
Northern Pacific Railroad Company.
Aie aelliug tickets to all points East at
half tbe regular rales.
D. S. K. Buck,
Local Agent No. 2, Marsters builditg.
To Care Constipation forever.
Take Cvcarets Candy Cathartic. lOo or 564
II & C. Ct fall to cure, druggists refund money.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured -
with Local Applications, as tbey cam.ot
reach tbe seat of tbe disease. Catari h is
a blood er constitutional disease, and in
order to enre it yon must take internal
remedies. HalP Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, and acts directly on tbe blood
and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is not a quack medicine. It was
prescribed by ooe of tbe beet pbyticians
in tbis country for years, and ia a regu
lar prescription. It is composed of the
beat tonic known, combined with tbe
best blood purifiers, acting directly on
the mucous surfaces. Tbe perfect com
bination of tbe two ingredients is wbat
produces such wonderful results in cur
ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
For Over Fifty Veaia.
An Out a.iB Wbll-Tsibo Baaaoy. lira
Wlnalow's Soothing Syrup haa been need for
over fifty years by milllona ot mothers for their
ebildren while teething, -with perfect eucceta.
II tooth the child, soften th ram, allay all
pain, eure wind colic, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhoea. I pleasant to the taste. Sold by
druggist In every part of the world. Twenty
Ave cent a bottle. It value 1 Incalculable.
Be cure and atk tor Mr. Window' Soothing
Syrup, and take no other kind.
What pleasure is there in life with a
headache, constipation and biliousness?
Thousands experience tbem who could
become perfectly bealtby by using De
Witt's Little Early Risers, tbe famous
little pills. Marsters' Drug Store.
CASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
Tts Kin. Yen Ka.9 Always Bought