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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1898)
Atyrile Crrek Items.
5 tale Nsws.
CLOSING OUT SACRIFICE
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For Bargains Call at
Caro Bros Boss Store.
MiVI'.MI'.DIt '.'I. I Him
V K. M.-II. y.i.l Oi.klind, wh in Ilia
i il I ihi-mI.i) .
ill i. iir.ii I'.iiinll has riltirn'd Irom
li i i n t" lil iinl.
W. M. Vm.il , d Looking Glars,
w 'H in l" ii Turn. lav,
. I., t , i i Y.mi alia, was In town
llin In -I i I 1 1 Ii' wink.
S tlm I'UiU light lap ur haul culti
vator i.l ' : ii . 1. 1 1 1 .V Woolley's.
I., In, Il iU s..d N. felig, "I Myrtle
I'le.-k wem in loan I In" week.
Mil. in ,I .ihoney, of laklatid, was do
lo,. ..ii.n . in Ii mi'bnig HiIh week.
,N,j !n;i.' !. iil l' made ' having
your d. uliil work done by lr. Hrange.
.1. 1 1. M i 1 1 1 f U i tlm best Hour in town
1 1 if 1 1 i
I '. IV :
I'.. l Mil
II II ' '
,n,! ail 1 1 j!it , inulity ennsid-
w Id Ii mining on Noitli
1 1 rpi-iidiug I liu week in
in li, i.l M i r.l Oeek made Ihe
u ui ii Ic.uvtiil rill while in
i-i lay .
1 '. ' ' ) II, 'I-
, d ml I li t pnlgc, ullii
'mi attorney, have
ttii'ii palioim Hint
I t t u I in il Irom i
.'.Hit I'.p . IilloMI
I hi v i,i l:i ri-i el pi utfiiin of llni k's
I j! I .1. llllll old pt ii n.
Mi.-. ..1. I. P. Mr Hint Minn Alice
WVjvi.kI M i I ii I '' U. , weioguettial
llio M- C'l-illiMi II m i", Tuesday.
Mark bun-ado tli h tkirts, which
I nni-ii kvI at l..'i" to $3.50, now for
t I . I 'i in t '.'.',' ut tlm Novelty Store.
Cash paid for iu, uml nil kind ol
f.irm piiiil'n t-'t ui Aliruluiiii'ii warehouse.
II. A. I'o.IKK.
i;, 1 1 . i ,.,:, .M. I)., member Hoard ui
I'.'iihi in lixamintiu. Ollieo, Mursters
hiildiug r" i lii'K i orner Main ami Cum
Kiy Cull)!! I'rtiif hi'il Irom Sau I nn
Monday night w itli a brand now
,ii l ili. i.il li"! .in I i .ii now keep up with
Mom Hi.iu I'1, "'HI illiver 1'lows sold
ewiy M'.u. Cliuicliill A Woolloy re
lui'iu II.. ui 1 1-1 1 1 1 1 K llieli Mlmro of those
I'.'i'lii.i'r.l plunii III I loll nl un .
l or pi iri'H .Hid ipnility i'iiII Ht tliO old
nritiiii.il hl.u:l, I i. "Ii mi l dried fruit,
run ly mi l initn, , u;;irn niid tolcto t
pn. i H to t int all. MhK, II, Kahion.
;;:uiijiiiy will I'roinpt you to buy
rliiUluui a i 'loiliinn of iim. Suits fioui
1 to 1 1 ut !.-''" ami upiviird in price,
many nmrkod below rout. Novelty
1'', U. C.illm.ui, pliymcinu and surgeon
Dllico in i'nylor Wilnou blork, rosl
dciiio, MrLMiilloH llouso. l'rofusioual
rullii in tn or eoutitry promptly nn
Hwerod ninbt or diiy.
Suo U'iio V Kico, Muusu Furuiehors,
lor every tiling in tliu furniture line,
laii'.ri't Him U mid lnwoBt prices, just re-
i i'iVK'1 il i.ll' bill of I) Ulcril Hlld C'JKS
lii! -nihiio. Sen uh for burnuiiiB.
.lnliiKiuii biutbeiH roiently orrivud at
1 i.i w h iii uitli fourtoeii tons of timotuy
buy uml u ipianity of turnips and par
iiniin. tlm ii'Hiilt oftlieir lainilna on
TbirtyMilo liver. They will try farm
hit! near Ii.iwkhii next your.
1'p to il.ilu ilnnt'iMliy by Pr. Strange
wliioli in mis tin) bi'Ht and hituBt kinds
of work wl.ilfully rurufully and properly
iniinii'd with no uftur trouble, but pur
Ilia ii itiafaetion. Try Pr. Strango's
miamlum rioft iiH. t ho bust, latest and
muni peifcct nmili).
1'ur 8alo or uxchuugo for 1 inula in Oro
nun I IV ai'i eu timber hind in Hauta
Urn, county, Califurniu, ubjut throe
iiiileu from railroml btution, on cuuuty
loud, nit K'njd f in i i laud and probably
10,111)0 cord of wood on the place uear a
iroiid inaikut. l'liio 2,000. Address
1'. (). box US KoHolmrK, Oregon.
A fovv ilo,,i'ii of I bono Kentucky uiado
n.iiitt).' Hiiiiftaiiti.il unit well iiimle, no
nhoildv. Ainu u few ilo.eu women's
men's, bo)' and ehil'lruii's shoes, reiju
lar wivMoiri. HalH for suiishiuu and
nliiido, iindenve.ii' for hot and cold
weather, and various ot'uor articles at
liviiiK pii' co, ut H. U. .Stanton's.
A imturul oxliibilion of clvio pride Is
Ihuikuliu of iv I i 4 brow iutf company ol
Milwaukee to havo the butlle-shiu Wis
i jiiiiin rhiiileiied with beer instead of
i li.uiil nniii'. '1 ho firm purpoHos to have
a tipcciiil bull In iilowu for this occasion,
wilh u portrait of the vount! lady who Is
to pcrf'iiiii tho baptism,
'.L AuIbii, uf UUnilolf, wm In torn
ltxnj. llilutiliiilon csiiia up from Yon
MIkms MoIIIb aud L1.le IUhi'hv, of
Clevtlaud, ar in th oily.
Damp, it'll and raw urn familiar
terms heard upon tlm streata today.
Mr. and Mr. C. H. King ol San lr
eiuo, Cal., aro guesti at Ida McClallvu.
Mrs. Carrie McKlimey, of 1'ortlaod, is
hoi on a timII lu Imr falhrr, N. J. I.au
Mrs. Hub Smith, killer of Mr. Moyd
WojdrillT ol Ihlseity, died atllsktalid,
Miaa l.nella Kenntdy fias returned
from Jackson couuly, lii aha has
been leaching school.
Borica at Kdenboavr cbaKl licit
Sunday at 3 p. in., conilnrted by Her. J.
"Itoumo and .luhal," at the Ojra
Hunts iifil Monday night. Sucure
The ra will bo a mark ball at looking
tilani.tonlght A gocxl time ia guaran
teed lhoa who altnn J.
WUsrd Oil (Viiiipany at Opfra Moime
tonight. (euoral admission, only
cants. lieM'rved seats, M cents.
If you havo Catarrh, don't dally with
local remedies, but purify and enrich
your blood with Hood's Sarsnpanlla.
rrlvate.Krtieat Spgur, ol Second Oie-
gou Voluiileers, d'fd at the rresulio
Hospital, Sau Krauciaco, the first ol tlie
A.S Adorlou will leave Leie Frldny
mornlog for I'orllaud lo enter the Oood
Samaritan hosplUl. Oi sUga Urovo
papers please copy.
Sau Francisco parties have bondxd
the Dsviluliss quarts mine and mill,
uear MarshdslJ, and will dsrelop the
roitland is doing a losing business
with the Chines Ramblers, the tines re
ceived not being enough to cover coat
ol srrest and prosecution.
The A. O. V. W. and W. O. W., the
leading tfratsrual Insurance cruets are
making rtrenuoua exertioua for an in
crease in membership aod both are suc
Judge Stearns and wife and daughter
left last evening for Los Aogelss, Cal.
They will be gone several months and
will visit all points of Interest In Scuth
ern California. Oregonian.
In tbo slogging match between
Sharkey, the sailor, and Jim Corbett,
tho one-time champion, which look
place lu New York Tuesday, Sharkoy
had Uit best of (he fight from start to
finish, and in the ninth rouud won the
fight on a foul.
O. It. Dush, the H. 1'. brakoir.au who
had bis right foot badly injured in the
freight wreck at Zuleka a few weeks ago,
was in Ashland this morning, on his
way to Chicago. He has beon in the
hospital at Tortland since (he accident,
aud Is now able to get around with the
assistance of crutches. Ashland Tid
Mrs. P. J. Mcl'lierson, of Eugene, hss
practically dcmousliatod that flowers of
the finest grade can do receive their
growth lu Western Oregon. Last week
she received a cash prize of $25 from the
Emma V. White seed bouie, of Mlone-
polis, Minn., for the finest specimen of
pansios, tho prize-winnor being of the
ltoyal Challenge variety.
Tho following is glveu in connection
with the wreck of tbo Atalanta:
"While the sailors were hanging in
the rigging, expecting any moment to be
swept to destruction, they got to banter
tering one another about their predica
uient, The opinion was expressed and
concurred in that the only thing for
sailor to do when he arrives lu port is to
keep himself too drunk aud disordoly to
sailaway again. It was a unanimous vote
that corn and barley brine is more di
gostible than that of Old Neptuue,"
Tho Lakeviow Register has mado an
estimate of the the beef, mutton and
wool sales of Lake county for tho fall
season of 1UU8. The total sales of these
products iu that county for the season
amount to The total number
of beef cattle sold was 8 117, at an aver
stra price of :'U per bead, or Jl'J,(i2:
total of 31,500 bead of sheep havo been
sold for mutton at au average price of
12.75, or 183,21)0. Tho greater part of the
tnuttou sheep are yot In the couuty, un
sold, One million pounds of wool have
also been sold at au average price of 12
and 12 cents, which amounts to (120
I All persona imbibled l Urn iiii'l-mvn-ed
are hereby notilled und ruim-rlo I to
'come forward and make prompt Ml'le
jiiimit. All no'eH iiri't iic i-'iiiii' i tin' p ill
Immediately will bo placid ii t "' luindii
(if Sll UttoMK'V I'tf C'lll' (t MM. . I lilH
riitiitr.ii likM It reail vv ut g ii g rut
of lillnllmHH, Bil l lll'l"! brtv, II -el I l.'llHlit ,
(i. A. Coli'i i.l iii:nl w.is i iilii ' ity
A. H. Pelitii.l iillM.ill i a in liM
i. A. 1'iirii
rum don n 'i ilii I '4-
J.A.MiI'hII uml ivil" ii li'lil ni l :ire
Stopping hI Hie Mi CI. i.l 'ii
J. A. lliuiitli'iibi i "f M.illnr l is
ri'gis'nred Ht tbo MiCla'len.
I. X. iMtiglis, .1. J. P.'wr an. I I an I
Jones, of Sau .lone, (Jul , .ii.i irM'i ti:
at Hi" Mt'ClHlien.
Marring" license lit i Im-ii h- ur I .y
County C'iuik (i.i.'ev to .tie Wbi'lield
and Jljra Pilley.
Work on tlm leieplioiie line lelwtcli
Daiidoil Hlld Kuld l!e.l':ii ii i .t rt 'd to
coin liienro tlilM wii'k.
Murslitlel 1 is "in ii." A duit 1 1 r
is 1 1 Imi built Ht oiicn mid u militia ruin
Kny is to be oiKHiiit'd.
Janet Wsldorf, tbo lai. nli I : i . r h.
Slid a tronir i iiiiip ii y hi ' ll ainl
Juliet," vt Ihe Open llnn r i i ).t .'.'on
day. C. A. lUilillo ol the l'l A.IMU. u i n, !i (t
for Iuh linine nt Ui'lill" l.i-i in.'lil, to
help polish I III' b'llirn i f u Li ; l.i' 1 1 i.l 1 1 i K
Theio will li-i prirt' l.iiu u l .e l iiat
I'rrsliy teriuit (.'luin b in tii.h.itv, next
Sabbath, Nov. I'Tlii, munini an I eve
ning at tbo iiHijul biiniH.
l.i'Hcrve.l h'iiih I n tin' Wi. ii. I i ill
Compuny ran be bad i.t tii. Uubflral
Cigar St mi lioiii 10 a. m t . .". p. m. evtv
ily this week. inly l' l cents.
Tbo Mipply ol lirt-t-iliH apt Kh in C'ois
county sreini lo la ui)liniitel 1 1 . : -i i-.ir
largo lot h aro univiiiji nt ihu Marrbncid
wsieboiiBi) eveiy day f.r i bip.i.en'.
Itrund t'lnel of llucor, Mir. M . A.
Armstrong o! .SuK' in , iwii arrive un tl.lS
eveiiing's I'urtl uml will nr.ii i. a
Ili'givo of llulior lode wbl'i in tie' l ily.
Miss ICli.ti Haivey, of tbi.i rity, i l. n. d
a very sumtsful hrm nf trlm.l i.i tbo
Kdelilnmer iln-tr ii:I J e!i rd.iv .vhe li.ia
tieen engaged bi tearb the rpi in,; term
in the Rmiiiu dimi iet .
All epidemic of e,'i. '' i: i.i i.uing
among lioiseH on mall p: .m ii', in tiie
viciuity of Aiililaud. A 1111:11' ri i l v.ilu-
able animaU have die 1 of the dierat".',
and tho vein inaiimiH available in that
part of the country 11 i i unable lurbei k
The WUard Oil Company in n'lilly
drawing ciowds to the Cpi'ta II im..'.
The company gives u big t-bow (jr a hi-
tlo money (only 13 cents 1 uud they nialie
both friends uud 1110:. ey. tio und Eeo
theiu onco and you are sure to g j tiK'iti
and llio beauty of it in you ran take
your eiiliio family with you for Wm than
von freuueully pay to sec un iufonor
perforiuanco. Kvery night tbi'i week, :t
the 0Kira House.
In Janet Wnldrof herpell' wo have mi
actress, of tlm loos' t coiiHtimtmite art.
Youth, buauty, goo in J und vinr en
throned in ono clmrmiui personality.
Uocognized n h tho peer of nil her pro-
docessors, she bid fair lo outHlrip them
II and slun l to future years at) Ammi
ca's great Ob t uct renti . Her Juliet is now
claimed to bo tho greatest llvim; embodi
ment of Shuketipeai'o'H ill starred heroine
that over trod the board. Universal
acclaim givos to her Koualiud and her
Julia tho palm over many otbots of es
tablished fume ; nnd yet th re !h u secret
to this sudden success of beta. YeurBof
hard unremitting study before bur tlrrst
appearance last yuar mid what her per
sonal friends call an absoluto hunger for
Study, blio is backed w ith a mont excel
lent company, among them Win. Mo oy,
remember3d by many us tbo Into Mar
garel'a Mather's Cytubelme, Noi vol Mc-
Oregor, Alien Dutin, Ooorgo Dirusrdoj!,
Kllen Buyer and several others inoro or
loss known lo tho Wct-t, completing a
roBtor which is becoming known us olid
of tho best balanced companies that ever
cauio woHtwuid. That taVntci lady, Ada
Dow Cun lur, nxsoeititcd in the mind of
every eastein playgoer wilh mauy
a grand production of tho bard,
personally uuperintonda tho stago
production aiil tiio result is u
series of perfect pictureii, accurately uud
artistically costumed, complete in every
detail, carrying the uudieiuo into tho
heart of Verona, drdou l'meut or lllxiia,
there to live with tho niedioyal coloi iiw
aud romance of tbo. e dayu uhowiiigiu
Critics scum to bavo oxliauBlcil llicir
vocabularies in praising tlu lady und her
support aud should repei t count for any
thing wu uio to havo u treat seldom
equalled in tho ili.unatio anniiln of mi r
city. At Opera llouso Monday, Nov. u'S.
I'ricoB 75. B0, 35, and Lloo.
Drink th Cause.
A mail by Him lMi'of If. (!. WilliauiH,
ait'iiiiKnr In dm ui'j , wai I -i dead . 11
th'i b irk 1 o-eli i.f lh V.jrili tialom
Tu.'Kil iy in iriiing Uir iin r llo ivcr
le i I 'in li.ipii'st over ibi) minimi tint
nlterii f 11, H'nl iI.h f'iilowii"( l'l' li er
exlrarif'l fmiii iliMiiislliiioiiy i D.'cunsfd
had bum drinking freely during U.o day,
whs "pn-lty full" when ho came to (he
Kldorado, about 11 o'clock, Motidsy even
In. Ifu cuiilinuod drinking and during
the evuning wanted the barleniler," Iee
Minard, to cash a check lor him. The
chuck was for $I8.3j, drawn 011 the
l''nt. Ntttional Hank, of rants I'ais
and signud by John Kerns. He Indorsed
tlm 1 hci k, but so Illegibly that Mlnsrd
r;Ii!Hil lo cshIi I'. Minard tried to ob
tuin a bed for him at the hotel but was
lol l lliern was ii' room for him, so he re
inuiiiiid ubout tlm place until a late hour
Ii yrint; dtiiiks from otlier iniiuUs, until
soni'i ' fin gave him a half-pint flask of
whiskey which he llnisbed at one draught
and 81111 after fell (1 (he ll wr. If was
taken out 011 tlm back porch and !-ft to
sleep i ff bin "jug." Ileausfouud there
.1 ;nl Tuiftday morning. Follow ing is
tbo vt-nlii t of tba coroner's jury:
We, t'iu (Mroner'a jury, empoiielled by
tli coroner id D.iUs Com.ly, Orf gon,
lo eii'piiie Into the circumstances sur
ronii ling tlm death ol deceased, what
his mini) was, whore and when became
to bifi .l.'ii'li, Mlu r baifig mvn first duly
swomi, ray that wu lind deceased's name
lo be II. C William, llul he was form
erly leHide I ut ti'i'd Hill, Jackson dimly,
Hrcoii, (hit he was of the probib!u ae
of it I y''Hrs, that be died on lbs li-ud day
of Nov ml. IT, l.yH, in the talxill of
Tl'i'ii ; iim tV MiiiMid, in ftofebilrg,
I nuiai county, Oregon, uinl that lifs
do't'h wis canned by lbs xiei-i-ive use
of hIc 'bolic stimulants.
Cm. L. II AMii.r'i.v,
H. K. Svksm,
A. L. KuiiiKii,
r. it. kii.kii,
W. K. Mans.
snow on tho luouiilaiiis Sunday.'
Horn, to tlm wife of K. Shad, a son.
Wui..Sivcr from Scotlsburg in
to ah S'liiliy.
Mm. Cb it'. Iliuey was iu Ibis viciuity
visit tr g ralatives, the first of iait week.
s.-vei.il new u-iintr.i bare moved lo
l a-. 1 1.1 r t if the world, to lind bourns .
.Sjiiid hive already bx-ated. We hope
tin y w ill like tbii conntiy as will as the
"aebf.i. I'' people
Kev. Oordoo, oi Drain, preached at
Una pluce Sunday, uud look in several
members, Ihre on pro i:itiou and nii.e
inlj foil meiuboisbip.
l'lieie t-boulil hi) a law passeil in this
hluiH to prevent girls from going wild the
boye, until they " hbed llmir short
till C.I', f "
Tlnnr anl bo a biiibduy party next
Sutuidiiy, in Kyih lJ'H Hull lo n lebrate
M:a I.illio li.irtel'a birthday.
10 1 llaiin-H and K O. HulJle')lou
have told souio ol 'heir coyote dogs to
parli' ii up the country.
Tt.eo. Kieer exjiects to go to San
I' lancitiro soon, wbeid he will liud work.
N. K-itei: tho llraiu and ScoUsburg
mad rariirr, was iu Ibis viciuity, Sun
day. M. 1. Thompson puaseil through on
the etage, 1'rlil.iy on his way home from
We would be pleased I) hoar from our
brother l orrefpaiulen t from tliis place.
He biihii't written for a "coon's age." We
gut lired doing all the scribbling alone
hii might write half of the time anyway.
Kpw.r;h League Sunday evening on
the subject ' l'raise and Thanksgiving".
J. M. KobiiiBon Under, new members
taken iu, oue.
Doe Creek Items.
l'leiity of raiu, enow and good weather
(or the miners.
Wo are pleased to say that the Doe
cieck wood camp is the livliest place on
Wo will soon have a saw mill in our
mi'liit, uud then the long-looked-for
flame will begiu to stretch itsself from
Doe t'lut to tho S. 1". K. K., where sev
era! thoueaud cords of wood will be
1 bo Doe creek cusu store is doing an
extensive business under the manage
ment of Ooj. W. Kiddle.
Dick Mcl'.eo and wife have moved here
tj retddo this -winter.
A. li. Adams lias been nulla ill, but is
getting some better at present.
A. O. Adams, Sam Delieu aud Wm.
Mdiee made a Hying visit to Riddle last
Roscburg School Notes,
Miss Minnie Liudeay has returned to
school utter two weeks absence.
Mies lvtilli Dowey, who has been sick
for several days, litis returned lo school.
Mies Minnie Shupe has returned to
Bchool after two wooks absence.
We submit the following iiueatlous ;
What ii the Cuban debt?
How much has tho Uuited States
agreed to pay Spain lor the Philippine
1 or Over Fifty Yeais,
AN Ol.U AND Wtl.L-TlllKO USHSUV. Mrs
Wliibluiv k dootliluu Hyiup lias bcuu used tor
over 11 Ity yearn ly lmlliiumut uiuthcrs tor tholr
clilUtrt'ii u hllo toclhitiK, wltb porlcct mucous.
It miuthei tliu child, no tan the guuik, allays a.11
pulii, cmos ttlud colic, and U tho beat remedy
(or liUulinu. U pleaeaul to llio Unto. Hold by
iHiikkIMs In every part ol tho world. Twuuty-
Uvo cent a bottle. Its value Is luculoulablo.
Do mire and auk for Mrs. Wluslow's Soothing
byrup, ami takouoothur klud.
Ui Icy ImLcii' r, ui Cii)iiiVil , w. lr
th 1 i lly tuts wet k.
V., Mcl'.rooin, of 1 Jim It-vb-w force, wS
In lbs cliy Unt Tiiiirmlav,
Andy Sin rinaii is up on a b;t vlclt
from SsgiiiMW. wbers be hae iii.n w ik
ing 111 a lumber yard.
J. V Cochiau has moved to Ihu city
for tbo winter,
John Krroman baa Improved In his
f '-Kit rac ing in the last month.
.I'i Itlcs Is building h new house on
his pr iprrl) in (iabla-rl s addition to
Myrtle Urei k.
iWb Kiddle was in (own In th" rspsc
ity of district attorney, to try two of our
young men. I hey were bound over lo
appear before the grand jury at its regu
Our Ggbt last week raised the surplus
in the city treasurer's hands to the tone
of Ave dollars.
llvv. Wojds, ol Ihe Christian Church,
pleached tao very intorrfcting rmons
ii Hundiy last.
A. 1'owill, of Llk cierk, is d iw n oil a
i borl visit.
Mrs. M. J. I'owu I's daugliii r, Mrs.
McClsiu, of California, ia home for the
Uncle Joe Linn is tbo busiest man in
town at tho present lime.
Juo. itrowu will soon cointiieiii e on
tbo development of the mi' e "ii Krtishy
Mrp. I.'. I.rewer has movid to loan for
Allie Sherman is iiup'otnu fast and
will soon be out again.
S. J. ISailry has just cloied a suciess-
ful term of school at the Dyer rc'oool on
Jno, Orr and Tom Adams ltd last
Tuesday for the Orare Creek mines.
Ed aud Tom Dunnavin came iu last
Tuesday from Kastero Oregon.
Among those visiting ltotcbiirg lust
Tuesday were : Mrs. A. Weaver, John
Hall, X. Selig aud 1". T. MiOee.
II. F. West is a full-uVdgid notary
T. A. Findley t amo in neroud liest in
the foot race 1-H S'lnday evening.
W. II. Drake baa gone down lielow
H meburg to spend tho wtuU r h-bing.
Tbo boys say there w ill Im souim large
t'n-li yarns told in the spring.
Frank Oatuiau is i'l from Kiili rn Ore
gon for winter.
Noali Sel'ers H eut Suinlay I t in the
city. Noali is woikiu on the Eerliou
oui at Wee'. Forr .
H uithiue and (rcpieut showers.
Mr. K M. (ioodman ami family were
doiug business in Koseburg Tuesday.
Mies Eva Denniug baa returned home
from Winchester where she I. as been
for the past month.
Mr. Chan. Criteer, of Frei.cli Settle
ment, was here 011 important business
Mr. D. Morgan has returned hoiue
Mr. Holdrige ol Ten Mils was with us
Sat 11 rday.
Mr. J.C. MiCulloch end daughter, of
Olalla, aro visiting friends and relatives
bre for several days pa-t.
C. II. Spaogh made a trip to Koberts
Mrs. S. Croxtou, of Spokane, Wash.,
aud Mrs. A. Wade, of roitland, are
visiting friends here this week.
We arJ glad to hear that our school
has started a literary society, which is a
good thing if all take part. There Eeems
to be a great iutereit taken iu this
Our school is progressing nicely uuder
tho skillful mansgeuieut of Prof. .las.
Mr. aud Mrs. Kamsey were visiting
frieuds here Saturday. Emkkbo.n.
Julia A.liiles waB born in Pennsyl
vania September l'. 1Mb. She was
married to Leouaid tiuell, March 17,
1830. They moved to Oregon in 1852, lo
cating in Marion county, und in 1S51 lo
cated in Douglas county, whero they
bave since resided, with tho exception of
one year speut in California. Iu 1S70
they located iu Looking Glass valley,
where she died November 11, 18'JS.
Grandma Buell was loved by ull who
knew her aud especially by her family
and neighbors, lo whom Iter life was
ever au example of Christian lave and
cheerfuluoss. So complete was her hope
aud trust in her Savior, that sentiment
of her loved soug cheered and comforted
bor last hours and she was ready to go
to her reward.
Anvwhere with Jesus I can go to sleep,
When tho darkuiug shadows round
about mo creep.
Knowiug I shall wukeu nevermore to
Anywhere with Jesus will lie home,
Mrs. Buell was the mother of 12 child
ren, eight uoys ana lour gn is, w-.in 01
grand children and 40 rent-grand-children.
She loaves a husband SI years t.f ago,
who has beeu her OJimtant companion
and helpmate for 03 yours, ulso seven
tons aud to daughters to mourn thtir
loss. She could well say : "I have
fought a good tijiht, I have li nibbed my
course, I have kept the faith, henceforth
there is laid up for uie a crown of right
eousness." A hayseed entered several Tacoma
gambling houses the other night, broke
all tbe games, and left without even buy
ing a drink. He was a mjBtery and too
much even for sure thingn.
l.k.rl I y is to have an Ira ikat'lig
rl ik. us) br raw Ire'.
Ili ('iny.)i City rfli'lil""'! '"I'g
rata, il b Itskrr till J penpb',Mi''iin'.
Sunday, t 1 eaily HiO,
iiiiin1ir of carloads of wihjI werr
shipped from 'tlm lliirns warehouse last
week, consigned to Chicago and lloston.
William Itiley, middle-aged mau,
was has been at work on a dilcli In Har
ney couoty, was found last Hatnrdayin
an unroiisoious condition At'hls camp.
It is thought lie hail a stroke of paralysis
or a fit.
Frank Wilson, late of Klickitat county,
hit purchased ihe Slade hotel, stable
and Stag line, at (Jranl ; consideration,
The wheat crop of Uulah Service,
Califoruisn, InVShermari coontr, netted
Id m 11900, witb.wblrh he returned (0
the land of drought.
Court Heaver Hill, No. IB, Foresters of
America, have amalgamated, with Court
Ci.ipiille City. This step was made al
most necessary by the closing down ol
the (leaver Hill mines.
The Ashland-Klamath Falls stage con
tractor (irsut Amos, was arrested Son
day, for cruelly to animals, lu driving
horses on Ihe lion which wre unfit to be
taken out of the stable or pasture. He
pleaded guilty; seutence was suspended
pending Ihe doing of certain tilings prop
er for (ha welfare of the stage stock.
The story seems to have lieen ipiite
generally circulatad that it is the inten
tion of the Southern Pacific Company lo
move the West Scio station to Sbelburn.
I! uniess interjsts of Scio demand the
station at A Vest Scio, and to remove it
would greatly iDjore Scio's bosineea ad
wautagea, says the Scio News.
The Keaver Coal Company, lately in
corporsted in Coos county, wilb a nom
inal capital slock of U.OOO.OdO, proposes
to engage in tbe building, equipping,
maintaining and operating of a railroad
from a point on the Coquille river, near
Beaver slough iu Coos couoty, to a point
on Coca bay, at or near Empire City ;
telegraph aod telephone line in the state
of Oregon ; to own and develop coal
mii.es; to own and operate steamboats,
BUsamships; or any kind of water craft;
al- sawmills and log booms; and to
cirry on a general merchandise business.
Baldwin Hotel Burned.
S..N Fit.Ncii4co, Nov. 23. Al 3;25 this
morning the Baldwin hotel caught fire
and was entirely destroyed. There were
S'W people, guests and employes, in tbe
bold when the fire broke out, aud cer
tainly two, probably many more of ibete
people, lost their lives. Manager A.J.
Whit was cue ol the victims, but before
lie cave up bis life Ihe gallsut fellow
saved the live- of three womeu.
The death of White was most dramatic
Three women appeared on a cornice of
tbe Fifth floor on the Market-street side
of the hotel. The fiiemou could not
reach them wilh ladders and they stood
helpless, screaming with terror. Sud
denly White came out of tbe window
carrying a small rope. With this he
loaered the women into the arms of tbe
firemen who were waiting at the win
do s of the next story. Then White
started down the rope hand over baud.
When he was half way down, the rope
parted, and the man who bad just saved
Hire.-lives was dashed to death on the
paiement, one hundred feet below.
Kainy weather at present.
Neil McBeth and Elmer Urubbe,
Uurden Valley, were here Thursday.
Mrs. O. W. Aldersou has gone
O rants Pass lo visit her daughter.
Kobert Heydon paid Edenbower a
W. II. Murdoch made a trip to Rose
burg last week.
Frank Batemau paid Koseburg a bus!
iu SB visit last week.
Chutles Pierce is working for Tom
Thompson of Coles Valley.
Pat Woodruff, of Melrose, waa at our
literary meeting last Saturday night.
Adam loeruer visited Kofeburg last
George Crane, of Curryville, was in
our midst last Sunday.
Dillard Clinkenbeard, of Coos county,
is visiting his sister, Mrs. E. T. Wood
ruff, aud other lelatives.
The dance given by Mr. Vote last
Saturday was a grand success.
tieorge Bennet, of Hubbard creek,
formerly a resident of tbii place, was
veiling heie last Tuesday.
There was a mispriut iu the name of
our literary society in the last paper. It
is "Tho Crystal Brook Literary."
S. S. Negus and wife were iu Koee
burg latt week.
The red, white aud blue Boats over
our school houto now. May it. float
DENN-BYRON. In this city Novem
ber 22, 1808, Miss Ada Byron to Jacob
Dunn, Jr., tbe Rev. Father Levecque
The wedding took place at 0 a. m. in
the Catholic Church, which waa hand
somely decorated for tbe occasion, in
the presence of a large number oi invit
ed guests, who bad assembled to witness
the impressivo ceremoules, which unit
ed lor life Ihe destines of two young peo
ple. After tbe ceremouy, mass was sung,
aud afterwards tba bridal party partook
of a widding breakfast at the Shatkey
House. The newly wedded pair are
well kuown and highly respected citi
a ns id this couuty and have tbe best
wishes of a host of frieuds for their hap
piness and prosperity as they journey ou
Made from pure
cream of tarUr.
Safeguards the food
Afcim baking yttwitrt an the greatest
awnaccrs lo health ol tha prusnt day.
vl SK'ns ee., nt rs, I
For a good 6-cent cigar call on Mrs N
Rugs in infinite variety at Alexander
John Hall, of Myill" Creek, was in
Zephyr 15 cotil fur 4-ekein package
at the Novelty Store.
Key West, imputed and domestic
cigars at tho Koseleof.
A finely bred Jrrtey male calf for sal.
Address P. O Box, 103
the Boss Store is selling out at saiti
fk-ing pi ices. Call ami he convinced.
10 you smoke? If so, get the Artie
cigar at Kruse & SI. ami rooks, sole agents
10,000 men wanted t tlm Jloes Store
to select great bargains I ef iru it is loo
Ladies rubbers at 'S cents and lirsi
quality at 40 cents per pair. Novelty
Tbe Oliter plow has a world wide
reputation. Churchill A Wool ley sell
Facts not fakes ii what our adver
tising columns represent. Tbe Boss
Baby "Cry for Castoria" but their
papas cry for Oliver Plows they must
Smoke the "Artie," tho best iic
cigir of the year. Kruse & Shambruok,
Tho only best stove is the Bridge &
Beach euperior line. Churchill 5c Wuol
ley sell them.
K. A. Doxier, at Al.raham'b wine
house, buys hay, graiu and all kimU ol
New stoik of ladies aud miEses' lii.e
shoes, nil tbe latent style, just received
at Parrotl Bros.
il unr goods aie new ami of the luted
el) lea. No shopworn good on hand at
the Boss Store.
Gents you will find some extra good
bargains in overabirts. at thj Novelty
Store closing out sale.
A large and fine assortment of chil
dren's shoes just received at Parrolt
Broi. Call and see them.
Call at tbe Boes Store and price their
goods, and you will lie surprised to find
hrm at such low figures.
Money to loan ou city and country
property. D. S. K. Bum,
Marsters' Building, Roseburg, Or.
What everyone says most be true.
The choicest of teas aud coffees in town
at Mrs. H. Eas-ion's.
Ladies jackets must be closed out at
once, lu order to d Ibis we will oner
them at less than cud. Novelty Store.
If you are not salieuvd u ith the treat
ment you receive at the tanner's teed
Sheds it will not cost you anything. 11 4
Our shelves are gettiuu empty, Blill we
have a line of dress goods that it will
pay you to price at tho Novelty Store
closing out sale.
Tbe finest and besi selected lino of
holiday goods ever brought to this coast
from New Yoik city, will be shown in
eeasou. vvatcu tor tuem at the novelty
The W. C. T. U. will hold its regular
meetings on the second and fourth
Monday ol every month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Epworth League room of the M.
Sowing machines, sewing machines,
sewing machines at Alexander & Strong,
and the best of them at that, ranging iu
price from 23 to $37.50. Besure to eee
them before you buy.
Morris' Poultry Cure. This iufulliblo
remedy challenges the world to produce
its equal as an egg producer. Prevent
ive aud cure for 'all diseases of fowls.
Guaranteed and for Bale by II. M. Mar
tin, Koee burg, Or.
Suits of clothes, all wool,, heavy
weights, 0.50; regular price fJ. Boys
clothes from 0 to 13 years for $1.50 and
$2. Hats all styles aud color. for 80J
regular price $1.50. All these goods aro
only to be found at the Bona Store.
Tbe Farmer's Feed Shed is now ready
for business. When you c imo to town
bring your feed and stop with us. It
will cost you ten cents per day for
teams and five cents for saddle horses.
Teams will be safe and Vehicles under
shelter. (Jive us a trial. .ut
Dr. W. S. Hamilton is the Secretary of
the Board of U S, Examining Surgeous
for Pensions at ltoeehurg, aud all com
munications should be addressed to him.
W, S. Hamilton. Secretary,
K. L. Mai Kit, President,
K. Du Gas, Treasurer.
By tho Board.
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bough!