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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1898)
For BARGAINS, call at
Caro Bros1 Boss Store.
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'I we t'liiirilivM.
Mriinmi l in ii' fi i urm nil Main mi l ijniu
itrixMa. Hnil'lay H,.ivli'n: I'U'ntlilng, II as. m
ml 7.30 . in.; halilintli ailuxil, 1(1 a. m.j f,
w. Hwolli ), hiiH'rtnUiiul(tiit: Clui Mta'tlns at
lino ul lli'i limruliig nuivli u; Kpworlh btiaiita
in. V II. Cliiin lilll, I KHili-nt. riniV
Miwtlutl, WclnmUy, h( 7 it) p. in.
(i. It, AHNiil.ti, I'.ialor,
l'rnniii.i, i'iiiiiit Main ami l-aur.
rnumttiiUN ( iiiuii ii . uirncr ul Cam aud f
Hoiii kiivM'tn. Hmi'lii) hi'ivli-u: 1'iipllo woralilp,
a in. ami 1. Ik) . Ul ; Hablulli Mi'liixil, 10 a.m.!
T f. i. 0. It , 7 i
ir, , ,;w p. iu.
I'raynr Moetliif, Wcilnes
K. II, Ini.wuKTH, I'aaUir.
IMIIli III I I Unas I II (In II nil Kim 'if ain't 1.
sunlit tut !', at il a m. and 'M p in. 1'iay
r inn IH't, I limwlny i n mm
Mia. Iii.r M. I i t : I . I n-'ul
Sr tit..'ii'ir, . riii tii ii. rmiiii 1'asa aiiO
Mam atlitla. l-t ivlii-i u" avininl nmt luiiilli
inula)- in iniliij ul i-ai ti iii .iitli and i ti ry Mm
t1a n mini hMTia! at-f i U ra annuiim rd iiotn
1 1 mi l.i lliur. It'. i . I UlN lUn kus,
M I i hi ii ii K-'i in S i iif i- 1 1 ) -Sunday
ii i- ulna aii'l vi iniii;.
Ht.t . J. I i 'pi i.iN, I'a-liir
lljl iiMlllill.il i rn i u( I aw anil llne
atn-il. htm lay u l . I1 - Tn a IiIiik al tl a. Ul.
ull.l . .1 p. III. r'nl'l' itli ! Iin 'I l In a. Ill , O 1.
i naliiiH, aiin i mil ti l. rii I'taiii nut llni al
, ;:ai V i iM.-inlny 1 - -111111.
A lii i ! p, I'mlm
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I'. ,1. II11111I, practical
wall tiuiiaki-r Shop in
ild capri-i-a office, licit to
ma AUras' liuildiug, Konwbura', Oregon.
Watches, chicks ninl jewelry repaired
In ekilllul manner at reuaonublo pricea.
A shnio o( the public patronage so
licited. LOCAL NLW'J.
Wami.ii - WoJd on eubm ripliuii at
(ion I piuno lor sale, cheap, inquire
al tin office.
Key West, linniiti l ninl domestic
cigars at 1 1 10 Koeleul.
TI10 HoeH M ho t dcIIiiik out ut bj i i
tUiiiK piiioH. t'ull and bu couviuccd.
t'lmrcliill A Woiili'V H tiiiunr in kipt
busy puttlii up ni'w pipi'fi lor di ycra.
So mia'aku will bu iintilo by baying
your diMit.iI wk iloiiu b Pi . Mraune.
Tim OIivit plow ban h world-wide
icputuii'iii. Oiwiclnll 4 Woo'lcy will
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .
Km In not l.kki'tt- in wli.U mil udver
tininj; 11 il 11 111 11 m icprrtieiil. I'bu Iohb
iiioko tlio "Aitio," Ibu lnht 6c
cikjiir of l!io yon 1 . Krueo it Sliauibrook,
Jt A. Iior.inr, t Abraham' ware
liouat), bu a buy, tiiaiu and ull kiodH ul
Now HtoiU of btdii'B uud 111 iuua' lino
ioea, nil Ibo lnteHt HtyUm, j net received
(it l'uiiutt Hi OS.
All our uooiln nru new and of ttiti Utvit
ttyli'H. No Hliopworu Koodu on band at
1 1 iu IIohb Storu.
ToiiIh, rulH, I'Hinp I'buiia uud a full
CMiipitin uutflta i'uu bu found (it Alox
ainler tic Slroii'e.
Cull ut tbo i.uHb Siuio mid price their
Kuoda, and yuti will be surprised to find
tbeiD at Biub low lli(uriH.
A lingo un 1 lino hhboi linenl of cbil
ilieu's uliueij jimt rui'oivud ut Tanott
liroa. Cull uud W' tboin.
Monoy to loan oil city ond country
jiropcrty. 1). H. K. IH im,
AlaiBturH' lliiildink, Koauburg, Or,
Whiit ovuryouu uuyu uiuet bu true.
I ho clioli't'it of tena uud coffoua in town
at Muh, li. ICahiun'h.
Tbo W. C. T. U. will hold Ha roulnr
iiuiutingq un tin lutrond uud fourth
JVoiiduy of uvpry uioiith at 7:10 p, in,
n io Kpwotth Leiiguu room of Ihu M.
Fowiuu' iunebinoa, Bowing uincbiiiea,
buwIuk iiiai l-liu'a ut AlommJer & Ktrong,
aud tlio beat of (hem ut that, ruiiKiug in
prko from f.:i I" W.M). lieuiiro to Boa
thorn beforoyou .'u'
Any peraoii Iiiivi'db U or 21 uerea of
dear or cuaily cleme't luml for aitlo uoar
tiosobtii it with Hiutill ruuning atrouiu, or
otroim ppriui! of aod wiUnr, will ploiu-o
coiumuulcHto with JMrB. Alice (ioorge,
Vt to drtto dmilialiy by I'r. rlrauge
which iiieuua ttiw beat mid lulost klmla
of worV akilfully carefully unU properly
limorted with no utter trouble, but per
eet HnUafacliou. Try Dr. Ktrauge'B
hhhiiiIdhii ctowua, till)
aiioiif. porfci t luit'Ji.
I.. ('. Hill of Vnr,Hon waa in thn city
'lliurinau I'lianvy waa do an frooi 3J r
tie (.'rek Haturdar.
W, W. Cox of Cauiaa Valluy ban en
trd Soldinia iloiiiv.
Mia. IWirt ('o ha raloinad Croru
vlail to brr father In Salem.
Salem oruiiic.fil a local I'jdirn of
ti K'jiib Saturday evening.
Tliomna Cokr of (Jon county waa iu
tliHf'ly Thiiraday of I ut week,
Mia. I, A. Sulilun bu ruturniaj from
an rxtcndiul viait in the KaaUro Ml-a.
1 ') att:k broi udo ilrnan akiila mikJ Morern
nndnrakitta. New line at Him Novelty
Lailiea rubUira ut ccnta ml firat
ipiulity at 10 cauta pr pair. Novelty
.ludiie J. V. Ifainilloii camn lip fiotn
Kiini'im in pi-mi hiinday aitli lna
I. I). Mngliitou and wife wtra over
from Viiiir llm laat ul tbo wik on
M. 1 1. anier, tlie well known piano
I lunrt. Ifll today for ('ooa II prints.
Ktlgtiue Hoard, O, I. It).
K. V. Wonllcy, ( the linn of Cf uircliill
A Woolley, U in Portland on biiKineaa,
rrglatered at thn Imperial.
Win, (ioodman, wife and iUiikI ler ol
Looking tilaaa weie in town laata Hatur
day and ri-kfiaiert.il at thn Mi Clnllrn
Mr. Jann )ir arrived in 4 ri ta I'uaa
Monday from Kiddle In viait her daiiglf
tern, Mra I, A. Jenniuga uud Jl'ia. i.
Tbo Itamloti linorJer is olUcimti io
formed that the woolen mil la at that
place will permanently reeuu.o opera
tioua at once.
A move ia on foot to etlect tlio paaeagd
of a la rnjuiring barbera lo pat an ex-
auiiualion before eetliug up iu buaineee
For pricea and iuality call at. the old
origimil atitud, Kreali and drii hi fi uite,
candv and uula, oigara aud tobacco at
pricca to auit all. Mhb. II. 'Xani'jn.
Mra. K. A, l'urker of Talent la vieit-
ing tclativea and friends at tol.l Hill be
fore joining her husband, kIiiu ia in
Iouglii eaiiuly. Med ford iMonitor-
Judge Hamilton came dov7ii from
Koaeburg thia morning to hold w special
aeBaion pirlimiuary to the regular leiui
which couvenea Monday.- Kugene
See Kico t. liice, lfou;n I'uruiehera,
(or every thitig Iu the f urn it on line,
lurgeat a lock and loweat pricee, just re
ceive In c.ir lmd of ICaiK'ru aa d coaa
furniture. Sea us for bargains..
A pool of boj8 aggregating; W.000
pouuda waa eold al Wilbur l'ridiiy night
to Livcaley A Co., of Salem, for 15'
cents hi Kund. Tl.is sale uobably
cloaca out the hop crop of Douglas
(iovenor lAird will be acked to pardou
.1. N. Kuaael, who waa aeuteuced to 25
years in the peuilentiary (ronu Cooa
county for killing Andrew Carleon. It
ia the general aentiment that lx should
not be aet ut liberty but Bhould e placed
iu the Iubhuo asylum.
Whilo picking apples KetuciUy after
noou.J. .lohuHtoii, a Tnited Hretbreo
uiiuiater, fell from h ladder about 12
foet. Ho broke his arms at the wrists
aud was seriously bruised about the
head and face. Mr, Johnston ia over
70 years ot age. lie ia a veterau of the
Judge 11. L. Dens jii was iu the city
Monday uud left for Ids home at Kla
math I'alN. He hud just coiuplutod a
term of court iu Coos county. Ashland
Tidings. Dutiglii) county al In noye, at
tending court in Coos county this month
all apoUo iu tbo highest terms of the
ability displayed by Jinlgo JIouboii In the
triftl of rusea, us well us the uniform
courtesy exlnded to the ineiiiben of Ihu
Mia. 1', W. llayuea of this city, wife of
Lieutenant llaynea of the 2nd Oregou,
now at Manila, and Mid. Lawrence
kmipp ef Tortlaud, wife of Lieut, tjuar
lermabter Kuupp, will start next Thuis
duy morning for Manila, viu Hong Kong,
to join their huebuuds. Mrs. llayuea
received n cablegram from l ied, Friday,
telling her lo come, aud they will sail
from tiuu Fruuciaco at uoon Saturday on
the etBHtnshlp Doilo. Mia. llayues'
many (rieuds regret to lose her from the
aoclnl circle, but chu only think of tire
beat, latent nnd joylui meeting in me camp oi our gal
lant Hiildlej1 lioya,
All I'CMune indebted to ihu undersign
ed uro hereby notified ami rrtiMlol lo
i:oiuu forward nnd make prompt lettle
moiit. All notes mid uccuiiiiIm not paid
Immediately will lit) lred in the hands
of mi attorney for collection, Tliis
mear.s like it readH. Wo aio going 'ul
of butiuees, hii J must ban it lulllemuut.
Senator Al K"eil went V Salm Fri
day. Wool llauuels ut wholesale pticea at
tlio Novelty Stunr.
Zephyr . tenl I i I i-M'in package
at the Novelty Store.
i SUtyaevcu carloads of Milwaukee
beer have been Martvil on their way to
Coin manilii til W. II. I'.yara of the
S rldiers' ll'iiiii) Ii in Sulfin on olliclal
Vint Uoall, Jr., baa rt turned home
to Central I'oinl after su cxloudeil slay
yju chiiureu ami iiiihhcs slia we can
aave you from 10 In '.'' pr cetj', at the
C. A. Kiddle came down from Kiddle
Suluidav evening I engine iu work in
Hie ri. kiMiK.M.i.u o'lice.
fihii'k linx'ade drern i-ktila, which
lormerlv aold at l .Tit) In $:!.,')(), now for
tl.15 to 12.75 at thn N ivi l'y Store.
Wamuk A boy or xoung man lo de'
livci paper.i. A good j i'i for the right
kind ol a boy. Knijinrc ut thia ultlri.
Cuah pid for 1'i.iin, uud all kiuda of
fi' rin pmiliiclri, at Abraham') warehouse.
K. A. lo.t.K
1). HiKih:'. M. !,, ineml cr 'nitd of
Ponaion Kxumiiuia. (Jllice, Maretera
building reci ling lorucr Main and Caw
ueauiiiui Hue ol laaciuatoia lliat you
canuot buy at anv retail htiro for (lie
mouey we nk for tin-in ut the Novelty
Judge. I. W. Hamilton bus bren ec-
let'l! to di-livr the memorial addreas
before tlie Lugone Klk lodge on the first
Sunday iu 1 eceinber.
Fine hiiiidkerchii-f lawns, alo nicely
embroidered handkerchiefs at the Novel
ty Store at prices that yon can not af
ford to let them pus.
Triuimlug silks uud eilks for fancy
work, a'so braid and jet trimmings,
prices and assortment you can not dupli
cate. Novelty Store
llroadi loth c ipe go ala ,'i I inidiea wide
iu black, lun and navy blue, which
formerly eold at l.iH) per yard, now for
75 cents ut the Novelty Stoic.
Lconomy will prompt yon to buy
children's clothing of u. Suits hum
1 to 11 at fl .25 oiid upward in price,
many maikod below coat. Novelty
Chua. Nickell, editor of thn Jackson
ville Titnep, ia in 1'ortUud, aud it ia
rumored that he is to bo cditoriully con
nected with the new paper soon to bo
P. U. Coflmau, physician and surgeon
Ollioe in Taylor A Wileou block, resi
dence, McClalleu Houcc. rrofuaaioual
calls in town or country promptly an
sworotl night or day.
Kemombor that l'r. Straugo is a per
manent ruBideut of KoBeburg, aud is uot
here temporarily, that no fully warrants
all bis work aud is lu re at all times to
make good his guuruulcus of nil doutis-
J. L. Ar.ner, Jr., who is uow firing on
the S, P., had the misfortune to break
a linger the other day, and took a lay off
at bis homo iu Canyonville. lie re
turned from that place Saturday eve
ning. MoriU' Poultry Cure. This iu fallible
remedy challenges the world to produce
its cijual aa an egg producer. Prevent
ive ami cure for all diseases of fowls,
liuarautued and for sale by If. M. Mar
tin, Hoseburg, Dr.
Suits of clot be?, all wool, hoavy
weights, t.50; regular price if'.). Iloya
clothes from ti lo lit years for 11.50 und
t'i. 1 lata till styles aud colors for 85c,
regulur pneo "J1.50. All Hiobo goods are
only t) bo f.'und at the Hons Store.
The feetivo pheasant acoototh in the
feuce comers uud crouchoth in the tall
grass and sayelU lo the dog aud hunter
"ha Iu ha" being interpreted from bird
language lutu ICtigliah, "you will sco me
uo more until tbo gauie law gees into
Private h'lict W. Outwuy of Co. "U,"
2nd Oregou, was among those who died
on the troopship Kio do Janiero on the
voyage from Manila with the eick sol
diers. He vvua u courageous uud
promieiug boy, bis home being in Port
Hie mail contractor for the Marnhtield-
Hoseburg route oor tlio Coos bay wagou
road, seut up ou last Areata two now
buckbourda for use oa tho route, They
aro fur in udvauco of any vehicles used
on mull routes in Cooa county, and uo
loubt will render travel us easy us pus-
Bible, Coital Mail.
ON THE BRINK Of WAR.
I ranee Preparing Tor It, I no
ONLY DIPIOMACY CAN AURI IT.
Admiralty Is on a War Looting and
Heady to Mght on Moment's
lONi.N, lct. 22. Never siuee Ureal
lirllain and France began to dispuUi over
l'"KMfi nor during the must acole alaga
ol tlie Niger diflsrenen between those
couutriea, baa the aitualion looked so om
Inoua aa today. In a pi to of tho hop ex
pressed In the Journals of both countrie
that tho matter would he amicably ar
ranged, it is a fact that the French naval
and military authorities are making lev
eiiuh preparations for war, and, tboiigl
calm relgtie at the Kriliah dockyarda at
Portsmouth, Chatham ami Devonorl, il
ia only the calm ol preparedueus.
Higniflutbt orders have been arriving
there from the admiralty, indicating that
(treat Drillari'eml France are on the
brink ol war. The admiralty has order
ed every seagoing warship lo have its
crew made op to the full complement, aa
ordered In case of mobilization. The
order practically means tbecomple'e till
tog proaiective.'y of every ship's com
pany in detail. Four toredo-boat le
stroyere, which were abuo. to bo fitted
with new wa'.er-lube boilers have had
their orders countermanded, end will be
In 'Hinted to redraw their storer. Of
fleers on leaves of ebacuce and uuetn
ployed have been uoiitied to hold them
aelvi-e if required.
The French alatesmeu. however, slbl
cling t ) the hoie that the Marquis of
Salisbury wi nller .jtne exchange
which will enabbf thfui to retire f'O.n
lasbola without a.aient aicriflce of
uigui'y, una nope ia nat-eu ou a con
versation between Lrd Salisbury aud
Iiaron de Courcei, the Freiich ambnaea
Uor at iinilon, wincii luurea m a moat
important d if patch in I be vcllnw li-i.k.
wbicU the French govpinuieiit will issue
tomorrow. Frenchmen infer from the
attitild-j of the lirilisli premier itul In
is willing' U discuis the Fittm h cliiina,
and they eveu talk of in-g-itUtions twiug
The Kuglih in wepapi it, bowt-vr,
vigerouely combil this impreaaion, aud
warn Fiance not to be ltd away by sucb
il'iibioua. They declare that tho evacua
tion of rashoda inuat precede anything
elee. The Tiuii-a today, refenirg to the
Fat-hoda ijueetion eaya :
''It ia not we, who are Uyiiu to tiumil
late r ranee, liat it is franco wIm aeeka
to put a great humiliatl.iu on u. We
have bealeu the kba'ifa, anj have ef
fectively occupied the i .vi..ces he
usured. ;- We-are now arked to clear out
at the orders of an exploring party of
nine Frenchmen, wlu owe ttieir cscipj
from destruction to our military succesj;
or, il we are kin-Jly permitted not to
cloar out, we are to pay a comiieinati in
for our title to what we have wrested
from tlie khalila. This is not a thing
we can ensoul to diecuBS npou aoy such
high-hiuded summons. We are there
In effective occupation, und there we iu-
tend to i emaio."
The Austrian and (iertnaa uswepapers
are cloeoly lollowing the dispute between
lireal Britain aud France, aud, while
they express thn hope that it will not
cud iu war, the general feeling is that
(he French position is uuUuable, and
that ti real Critaiu is entitled to reap ttie
fruits of victory.
The l-ritish cabinet has been cummou
ed to meet early next week, tj diacm-a
the Faehotla tpiestion. It is understood
the government proposes lo insist upon
au early aud definite statement on the
subject from Frauce.
Ou list Thursday evening the mem
bers cf the church and congregation, ol
the M. F. Church, gave a vory pleasant
social receptiou to the new pastor, Key.
G. K, Arnold, and wife. The parlors cf
the church were very tastefully and con
veniently arranged aud decoratod for
the occasion, by the ladies of the church.
Dr. J. W, Strauge waa master of cere
monies, uud delivered au nddreea of wel
come, iu his moat happy and pleating
manner. Kev. Cjtton represented the
Churches of the city, in an address full
of Christiau fellowship aud good wishes,
that the future might give occasion for
much useful eo-oporatlou among the
churches, of the city, and that their
work might be crow ni d with success.
Key. Aruo'd responded t fin wjI
com? extended to him aud his wife, ami
expressed himself as well pleased at the
prospect for good duriug lha coming
year. After an hour spent iu eociul con
versation aud visitation, refreshments
were served by the laJies, aud those
preseut departed, having spent a very
List of Letters
Keiuaiuiug uncalled lor iu the liose-
burg koeto.tice :
Picket, Mies Delia
Smith, C. W.
Johusou, A, 8.
Persons calling for these lettera will
please state the date on uhich they w ere
advertised, October .'Uh. The letters
will be charged for ut the rate of oue
, Wm. A. Fratkk, P, M.
A bouse aud lot tu Forest Grovo, to
trade for Iiosebur' property. Im-uire of
J. A. Ilncliaiiaii.
CHLSILU WILKIN.1 KILLLO
Literally (Jround to Pieces Ltencnth
the Car Wheels Near Ruckle
Satil'day tiveiiing nt mIudi II oV' -i I:
Cl ester C. Wilklna, son .f Al O. W,
kiim, l.tiiii'y of Hie MeC i l .i hn'c, I ? ,
thia cliy, fell from Ihu I rakn a Ir. utt
car tiear Kucklea station, while the train
was g'diig at full sed and ui liii n lly
Kround to pieces beneath Dim I, (.',
or I j cars hating pnflaml over ha tuidy.
The t'aincrewr, Al. Morris, rcmlii'Moi,
felt the Irai'i rnuning ovi r a im'ti,ig
and i!iciiVrrd thai il at a man.
Yt ilna' Wilkina was last en by bis
ancle. Jasper Wilkina, of (bin city, at
shout noon the day ul hit l-th, ami
was then In an intoxicated cod'liti'.n
He bad no means and was be ding bis
way on the road.
When the train at'ipped, a drin Icn
tramp, who called blin-nf Wilkinn'
aitner, said be was riding ou the roil
behind him, when thn grass and dirt tie
gun to fly in Ins eyes, ln .iid I e
thought Kornctbing was br. ke and put
his bead as close to the fl jo'i f the tar
as posaiblo, and not until aft r Ibo tram
slopped did ho learn of his companion's
fale. Section Forcmao Jnrgis went to
the scene of the accident, and he und
others put the frightfully mangled frag
mrnts Into a box mid t-n-k them to
Kuckles station, where a coroner's in
queat was held by Coroner Hoover, and
the remains were then br jn,'lit to Kose
burg Ly team.
The deceaaed waaoixjut :tt)earscf
age and was married, bis wif kt pnt-ei.t
tieing in Portlaod. Jf' fatln-r was in
iu Koaeburg at tho tim . of the nccideut.
His death under the iu uuiataniee, is
a fad blow to Ins familf. an I their
many warm friends iulhiaciiy extnd
io i lie in tneir s)mjathy. I he inter
ment wus at 2 o cluck jialribiy in ihe
VtllDKT if toii'.'Nau's .iinv.
Folloairig is the verdict rinl redly
the coroner's juiy :
He, the coroner's jury i iniiarelled,
find that the decease I, Chanter C. Wil
kioe, came to his death !rom ac. idt r.tu
falling from tho south bound freight
train mi October 22, IS:)!, Mid there ia
no blame atUi b-d to miynnt; wh iievef.
W. N. MotxiE.
M. V. Kl I KI.K.
F. li. W.uik.
J. A. Pbii e.
J.s M 1'i.Krinm
Another Jail Break.
There is still a hoo-lcoon the Doug
las county jail. Today ut ul" t.t 11 :30 a
priaontr named I'-raridt maJe good his
escape and lias cot el l-ccii appn-
beuiled. It teems ihaliti. d.jor of the
caitewasleft opsu whio woidmasb--
ing brought iu, aud llraudt came out ai d
crawled on top cf the cag-j. Tt.e dcor of
the cage was locked with bim outeide,
and be cut a bar iu cnu of tnewindowa
facing toward the McClallen l.oise. u-fct
it lo one aide and crawled out. The
crack ho went through was but h'llo
over aix inches wide. It ia said that he
weut in the direction of Deer creek, but
we have been unable to find the i.aiuo of
the party who suw him. Brandt was in
jail for stealing a horne and other things
iu Coos county. i-'berilF Stephens has
goue in reared of Inm with a putee.
Douglas county couldn't keep prisoners
if iuvuiehed with a penitentiary for the
Walter Wright epcnl last Saobath iu
Ky Stowell ia working with the bridge.
gang this week.
John A nee is eeu in our burg ijuite
often here of la!e.
Geo Short of Wilbur was 1 H-king after
business matters here Saturday.
Mra. J. S. McKay and daughter were
doing business iu Koeetmrg Satuiday.
W. J. Pearson, our courteous and
gcuial S. P. agent, is becoming tpiite an
adept at bieycliug.
Hugh aud Pteve Pearjou are the bos
tiaheimen, having caught many largo
trout last Saturday.
Coo Dearllng of lower Calapooia
passed through our lung one luv last
week ou his way to tho county seat.
Walter, John 11. and W. Wiight wcie
.1 ring business on tbo lower Cal.ij'ouia,
one day last week. They report having
bad a pleacaut trip.
W. K. Yiufou will eoon begin to cper-
te his wootl saw. He says be can cut
several tier of wood per day, and that it
is quite a labor-saving machine.
Claud B. Canuou of Uo.si'buij was
casting bis line iu the waters of the
I'mpipia here last Saturday. He suc
ceeded iu catching about twentv-tive
Fred Fields and friend of Kosebmg
spent last Saturday hero iu handling
their rods aud linuc. They lelurned
borne in tbo evening !! lo.tded with
booty us a n suit of their ilij'c rport,
having landed unout niuety-thiee trout,
soino of which were very farce.
APP.-To Mr. and Mis. G. W. Kapp,
of Ibis city, Oct. 17, 1SDS, a 10-ponnd
lor Otc-r I-'llly Vvaia.
VN Ul II A NO WkI.L-TlllKI) KtMKnV.-MlB
kVliialoiv's bootlilUH f 3 ni lius tx-cu uned (01
overtllty yeara by miliums u( niolliera for their
clillUixii wlillu U-utliliiK, with iiilt't I fciui'tb.
(t annlliei tlie c lii Ul, aoltena tho Hums, altaya all
palu, curea wlud eollo, and lu tlio best remedy
Kir UtanUu'R. In plentaut to the taatv. Hold ty
drugglau In every part ot the world. Twetrty
five ucuU a bottle. Ha value li Incalculable,
Be aureaud iuk for Mra. Wlualow'a Boothltg
Hyrup, and take 110 other k I11J.
frightful Arxidrnt on a Torpedo
Coat Near Portldnil.
MtlM SCALDI D IN Till MRtROOM.
Tragi; Result of the Trial Trip of I he
Davis-No Fault of the Con
Charles .Manciljr, Ibeinan. married,
Paul Laiihle, tiiemaii, unmarried.
Harry Wood married.
William Wood, lotemaii boiler shop,
James Kyun, married.
Axel Johuaon, marriel.
Albert r.ueU, unuiarried.
I ho bursting of oue or more nam
tubes in the forward boiler of the torpedo
boat Davia while oo her oflicial trial trip
yesterday fatuily resided seven fireman.
The accident occuircd at 11:10 A.M.
while Hie boat was westward bound, eff
Tenas Illihcc, tear Calhlament. She
had run one of Ihe required two hours at
full ejK-ed, and was making about 23,'j
knots per houi, nnder a steam pressure
of 250 pounds.
Until acareful examination of the boil
ers is made the precise nature cf the ac
cident cannot bo learned, bat enough is
known to hbow that it was one of those
mishaps which no man can foresee, and
for which uo one can justly be blamed.
C A M K WITHOUT WAHM.Xtt,
Scv -u tiieman, uader the direction ol
Wiliiam Wood, foreman of Ihe bo ltr
shop of Wolff & Zw ii ker iron works, were
working manfully to keep o,i the t re
mend iuus steam pressure necessary to
Suppty ibe iiiug eugiucs. ktithoot a
moment's waruing, somethicg iodide the
boiler gave way, and a witheiing blast of
live steam, lire and smoke filled the
cramped hoilt r-rojiu and overpowered
the helplebs workmen. At the same
tiiLe, the forward smokestck begin to
vomit L-r.h llauio and muddy water, aud
those on deck saw that something serious
had happened below. Burro, a litv
man who was stationed at the tightly
closed hatch of the boiler-room, threw
the door open, und was thrown back
ward on the deck by a malt of scalding
steam that seated his mustache and
hair like red-be t irons.
IILKOIC KOCUtl: AT H.kU
At '.In same instant, Joseph Porter a
lii icbiuis', anJ J. E. Wolff, vii--..-pie-id-eat
of the cont-aclirg fiiui, eprmig d in
the ladder and into the seething pit, re
garding cf the fearful heat that almost
ovetcam? ihem. Toecthir they liftsd
Foreman Wood to ttie hatch, where a
z4u pairs of hands were waiting to re
ceive him. And then, one by one, six
more horribly mutilated men were takt u
from the deatn trap. Several of the
most severely injure I w alked unaided
to the after cabin, where Dr. K. II
Thornton, the company's physician, who
accompanied the lout, attended I) them
aa rapidly us bo w as able lo do so. Few
were able lo renew th gioaus that
spoke of their ttrrible suffering, but all
bore themselves with the fortitude that
men in time cf war call heroism. The
appearauco of that grim process-ion, as it
tiled along the uairow deck, is not to be
described. I; was a sight thai no oue ou
board will tver forget, and which none
would see agaiu for any price that could
Dr. Thornton set about the work of
caring lor the injured with coolness
and judgment, which the strain of a
loug afternoou did not abate. Naval
Constructor Spear, of the trial board,
btood by his side through it all, remov
ing (ho tattered clothing, ministering to
the suffering men, ai beat he could,
binding up their burns and washing the
black from their faces.
Lieutenant-Commander F. J. Drake
did cpleudi.l service, and, with snob, help
as the lest of the ciew could give, all
the suQ'eier-t were placed ou cushions in
the ufter cabin and on deck, and the
worst of their pain allayed with liypo-
dtraic injections of morphine. But
they were psst help. At 2.o0 Maueely
succumbed, fallowed by Luitblean hour
later. Harry Wood expired just as a
etretehi r waa laid to take him to a more
suitabla rt stiug-place. The others died
iu the hospital at Astoria.
Try Again !
Before getting your money
back (if you don't like Schil
lings Best tea) try another
Keep on trying urtfU&you
have tried all five. Then's
the time for money-back M
is tho time to save mouey by buying
your goods at tho Ilosobiug Novelty
Cash Store. In buying three pairs of
shoes you can save euoiigli to buy anoth
er pair. On clotbiug wo can save yuu
from 2 to on u ruit. Full millirtry,
cloaks and capes, all sold ut closing out
prices. Absolutely cloeiug out. Call
and bo convinced.
To the Public.
Ou and after this dale, 1 w iah it under
stood that my terms for ull undertaker's
Koods are cauli w it.h Ihe order. I lind it
Impossible to do buiiiet-M ou a credit
basis, and belive that I can do iietter by
ray patrous and myself by selling htricUj
for caati. P. Bknxijick, Undertaker.
K'Uiehurg, Ore., April 12, 18U6.
Rayal Makes the tawf aara,
wkaKseaae a4 allloa.
(rnim The Wateliaian )
JuifgH Joe Lyons has been spendina a
few days with his family at this plaee.
Johnnin Black of MarahQeld was a
visitor to this city the first of the week .
Miaa Amy FrIuton returned from a
month's Stay at Cometock WeJrMt-day.
MesiJames W. A. and L. M. Perkina
and M. J. Ju-ka.ii ajient the day at
Ira Wirnberly went tj Uoeobura
Wedneaday evening to attend the Wim-
Kobt. Anlaof and J. M. and Jjhu
Burnett have returned h. (119 from a fish
ing exouisiu lo Scoitt.hi)rg.
Misa Laura llybvii lft 011 Fiday
morning's local for a vit-ii with hor sis
ter, Mrs. S. B. Strawn, of Kngene.
Mrs F. J Connolly of Koicburu.
paseed (brongli Drain on Wednesday
morning's local, en ronle to Portland.
Mii-s Sarah McCoy, who has heel en-
gagf d as teacher in Clataop couotr, is
viaiti.ig with her liroth-r, Chas. MtCiy
and family, iu tho cit, .
J. C. McCallister, who has been in the
employ ol the Wolf ti .wicker Iron
Works, tf IVrtland, for tho pasl three
month, ha returned to Drain
In a letltr t-j friends we learn that
MieEes MuHio and Su-ic Ockley are
now at Phreuix, Ari-ono, where they
wi 1, in nil rjbat.iiiry, Eeud the wimer.
Mini Fulton, formerly of OakUi d,
Calif., anived h-re Sato-div, after
spending the past summer in Cooe
County, nnd has opened dressmakiog
parlor in tfiis city.
W. V. Hiirdy, who epent the at six
m nti a iu AU.-ki in the geological cr
vey, has rtl irne i tu Drain, utter spend
ing n week .r uicu in Portland. His
m.i'-y friend.-) fro gud to sou him agnin.
Eli Farmir has t'lrncd the Drain
Gardiutjr nu il contract over to Capt.
C irnwail, nnd herea.'te.- there will be
biit ooe staiio run between here and
C joj By. M.r. Fara-.er left thia morn-
iog for hia home in Kentucky.
Mies Kaiilia Meinsjr cf Yoncatia, waa
a passenger ou t xlaj 's local en route
f ir a few di via-it at Cottage Grove,
after which she will goto Portland to
spend lie winttr Miaa Meiuzer'a
many friem-N regret her departure.
We are wny to learn that Fx-President
iarze of ths Nirtnal school, who
is now a proft-t-aor in the McMinnvilla
coliegu, has b-eu a victim (o ill health
ever fiace ho led here. His many
friends will ti-jp-j to hear of a eieedy re
Editor, Plvindeai.kk :
apprised by Keno Post, No. 2!) Grand
Army of the Republic io uut-t a commit
te, uppoiated by iiie legislature to in
v.stigate tho Oregon Soldiers' Home,
desire through your paper to express
iheir tb.anks to the euid legislative com
mittto tor their kind and courteous treat
ment. We found Sjnatvr Daly, of Lake
county, (chairman of the committee), to
bu a courteous gentlemhu, a good presid
ing officer and interested in the welfare
of iho Oregon Soldiers' Home.
Senator A. W. Keed, of Dooglaa
co:niiy, who ban such a lively interest ia
tho Home, waa preseut as a in ecu hor of
tho commit ee. We find bim free to ex
press his opinions iu regard to any crook-
edneas, that may come to bis notiee, ai d
we appreciate his friendship for the ni l
union soldiera aud his aid in correcting
Uepitioutatives Gray, Maxwe 1 anal
Hall aro men of pleating address, and in
terested in tho businet-s ou hand.
We beiieve t'lem till to be hot es-taud
truest iu the undertaking, and that
they will d 1 their duty re.j-r.Hi si of
whero the lightning a riki-a.
Again wo thank them for their consid
erate kindui su to 11 . By on! xi uf Com
Ut.No losr No 2'J, G V. K.
County Treasurer s NoUe.
Notice is hereby given to all parii s
holding Douglas county warrenla in
dorsed prior tu Mar, Ull, Ib'Jo, to pia
sent thn aan.o ut 'he teiiburei'a ctlier. in
the court house for p.iymcnt, as interi-nt
will cease theri oii alter the dale ! ibis
Dated this the 17th d-iy of Oct., ISIJS,
ut tho Ci'.v ot K iiuh'irg, Oregon.
Gko. W. Dimmick
Couuty Tieburfr, Douglas County, Or,
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