The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, February 20, 1899, Image 3

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    STIT1
ULU!
CARO
Settle Up.
All persons Indebted to 1 1 to undersign
ed are hereby untitled ami requested lo
come forward and make -romil sotllo
uiont. All notes und aominis nol paid
immediately will la plnroil In llio Intuitu
ut mi attorney for collection. ThU
mHi. like It roln. We ant going
of business, and must have u wllli'tneiit.
Camu I5.uu'.
THE PLAINDBALER.
FF.HUUAUY 20, W
For a jioixl b-cunt cigar call on Mm. N.
Iloyil.
Kegs in Infinite, variety tit Alexander
A HtrongV.
Hon Salman's Iiiid of watches and
jewtloty.
Mataronl in one. pound cartoons ut
. glrr'a grocery. ,
Zephyr l.i cenU lur l ttk.uu package
t (hit Novtilly Store.
Key Wont, Impoitol mil l'inu'ii
rigsta at the Uosoleaf.
A llucly bred JeMey male rail fit bale.
Address I'. O. Box, hid.
'the limit display l lai'il every
description ut Chun bill A Woolley's.
The Boss Moie l (ti tling out ut sacti-
Mug pllce. Cllll Blld l-e convinced.
Do you smoke'.' If ho, got Hit! Artie,
cigar et Krtise A Sl.nmbrooks, solo ugenls
No mistake will t in a :i !y h-viin:
your denial woik done by 1'r. Mraiige.
J. I. Mmm sells the. best Hour in 1'iwti
Bud prices are nil light, ijuality foeiii.l
rrcd. Lrnl ion rubbers ul :'.' itiitu end tii et
quality at 10 tenia pr pair. Novelty
Store.
Black brocade litem l.iiii, which
lormorly sold at t.M f'-W. now 1 "r
II.1& lo f2."5 at the Novelty Sloro.
T. L. ti raves is tin sgi nl ut Oakland,
nulbtriod to solicit, colltit nnd receipt
l r ai.y bills duo llm I'mmim i n,
i;. DuGa. M. D iiM'inl i r Hour.! ul
t'eusioti F.saiuihcr. Ollico, Mamtcia
Imil.linU rrsMliiK lorm r Main nml V;i
utrcul.
Kcononiy ill iroiiipt '-u to luy
diildieii'd .li ll.ini: ul ,SI,,,,
4 to 14 ut ami u:uil 1'ii'i
inany innrkdl l-low ciml. N'lVtltv
htore.
Kowiun niarhiiii'i. m-wiii mat liiiitn,
w
n-wliiH iiiacliinra al Altau.h'r & Klronjj,
ami the U'ft o( Uuin ut tliul, raiiin; Hi
prlcf Ironi f-M to :t7.'0. HvHurc lo n o
I hem U'foroyoii buy.
VMm-t V. Iloi.vu', pliyoiLiiiii uuJ vur
ucoii. OHUo next to lily Imli t-ii Main
n,....urir. Or. Si ci ial attention
givtn to iliiioaHin ( H. o roue nul throat.
Tails promptly aniiwi rcl.
Heo Klce & Kit', lloueo t urnihcr,
lor every thiun in tho liirnituro lim-,
largoBt Btoi k and lowest prices, juat ro
colvodnear lo.il of intern A t I
lurnituro. Son us for haralim.
Hcmonihcr thut lr. StraiiKO in n poi
......i.t rinioV'iit of KoHohlUk'. tt'nl ' "ol
here touiKiranly, that no fully
all hl work oad id In ro at nil
wurratitf
times to
ruako good hlii Kuumnt'.'ea of
till deiitiH'
try.
Monin' l'oiillry thuo. Thin infallihle
lemody thallenKon tho world to produce
itse.piuluau egg produtt-r. rrovent
iv.. nd ruro lor nil dittB offowlu.
tiuaruntot'd and for ealo by II. M. Mar
tin, Kom'burtf, tr.
Huita of clutlu'H, nil wool, heavy
wclKhtu, tU; rcuulur piiio t'J. 1'oyH
clothoB from tl tc U yours for l.r0 mid
fl. Hale all btyh'S und colors for t5J
reKularpi ico1.50. All thueo goods uro
only to bo found at tho Hobs Htoro.
Up to date dentistry by J'r. Mianne
which means tho boat and latest kinds
ol work skilfully carofully mid proporly
usortodwithuoaltortioublo, but per
fect latitfuctiou. Try, Ir. Htrango's
soimloBS crowns, the best, latest end
most perfect made.
rn imu or exchanno for lands In Ore-
onn-1 47 acres timber land la HanU
i - ,.iu (l.lifnrnia. ah ml three
miles from rollroad Btatiou, on county
road, nart Kood fruit laud und probably
10 000 cords ol wood on the placo ucnr a
good market. Trice -',uiu.
P. O. box 08 KoBoburg, Oregon
A few donen of thoso Kentucky mado
pants. Bubstantlal aud well uindo, no
Also a few dor.en women'e,
men's, boys' and children's ehooa, n gu
lar weftiers. Hats for euiiBhiuo uuJ
shade, underwear for hot and cohl
weather, ami various other articles nl
g prlceB, nt U.C. ritanton'e.
.i t.tuii uruilo nirtiio. don't ovir-
Innk tha Haines Hros. Inilorued by
nil
lead in ir muBlcliHiB in UoBubuiK.
'i'hoy
are UHod nnd Indmtied by
Dr. (l.hmo,
Mrs. Appolhufl nml otlu i'rf.
Mine. 1'ittti
has n llalncH upright in
hur boudoir in
hevbeuutiful homo ut I'minm." tliuitlo.
Wnleit, und UHnd llm lliiliies piano iiur
ng her hint lour of tho I'nited KtutoB.
iuinks i;oh., now York-i N, Y
A A
V H B U 7 Q if
BROS. B055
f
1 Closing Out I
J
t
At Prices
Id p"im in nil tlfc:gni at Kalman'4.
Hoi.d, Urn watihinnl er, doei ei grav
ing. P. I.oon.-y in niBli ht ng In CjIoi val
hy. Ham roll i uamory butler at, Mis, N,
lloyJ's.
let jour nilvir wu cuinl mlver novel
ties at K.i'r.'tiai.'.
Now (ihx-k t( i U'iit c.rxin; tetiat
fiiur.I. II A Woo'l-yV.
Vruii!t d i:ui' in eouvoirer oonB at
H .. it u Sen ill in.
II kU'I ijr.t !o Kan b'eii", 4 1" - A. U.
M im'eM A I.'"., ! hi l ur,-. r.
Mrf. K ili' Mi d'e i f '.ill iinl hi vnit-
uig Mm. .1. 1 1 S ui- in I'i'h e.;y.
Copper K'.iai'ii'M, iliuHoanl Ibrd-
euux in'. ii at I intciiiii .t iiii'j .
1'n.f. II. .1. Kjlluille will luiiiii a
t u m i I iihool a' I 1 al iy mmvu
ir.ii.
II Mi. J.,hu Kuin.ttl. i-l Cyji Valli-y,
I,, I. no lain ijniii! hiiK, in (i nch i im-
pimc I.
Mil-. J
i
liiijm mil
'litithiv (or
t l.i! I. en
a wit
win'.
Willi
lo I'...:
(i a iil,i
Mi. t
I. Mend i. r und wife il I'rain,
wirv' in the lir.iVH lliw lnvt i I Mm wick.
Collage liiovu l.' ftiliT
W.I'. K iijiinin IniH been uppoii.t d
a iu;i.liraMr ui in., v iv i m . i-j v.
Y . ih nj mi in, th't iMi d.
Jlcii. l.T. lbM.'i "f K''.urrf wait
do.ng burin in the tiroVJ Uii weik.
Cvlla;" timve J.'.aHcr.
In Ih-J mailer of thu rntale o! JiK-l L.
Kittl. y, .hif.i(.l. W. V. Knit h.u been
ii , ji:,lt .1 n hiilnii'ra'or.
Tin -lv:li in nut iary if Oregon's
Hliitiln'f d was i.e.icra'ly nb i rved nd
c.'lel.iali'd t!ironi;h nit the Muto.
J.ihii I'f. ji r ul Miain m, i nt MouJay
in tin i..tivi, ut'.iriiing huit.e on Iho
alt.'ii ojn total. t'.r.tage tiruvo I.eaier,
F.itiM-M buy "nur Wine!" overalls,
tin boil on eiiith lor o0 i ciitr, f ihey lip
we g'le you i i-ew pair.
No km v Srniit,
LO-J roa';a iipjiii ir.n lur mile.
Tiioy uie llni', laro. rid n' h-s nr.d good
ki'i''r.". I in ( 1 1 1 ii? 1 1 i. W. Kipp.
jliOtt
i't.c i iioj.iii Minii.i? J.jiiinal nporle
. I ... ! .... ,.f
il' ni'Uvity ill tuu in u.iiiiJ iiori-oui
South I'jii.l .ii a-..! -rt:t .losepU ue
CoUllMcc.
Julo II. I.. Ki'iisoii mi., wi.'n givo a
roe - lion mi l Miippi r at tin ir home lunt
ri niiiiiu to tiio members ol the bar und
their wivef.- K'u i;at!i l u'ls l.tproiH
T. A. Wilson, of Kiddle, tlie of tie
I'iaimik m.i.u'k tUuiicli liiemlH, who
iirvor li'le bin nit Hcription run behind,
uia-lo Ibii I'llico a p!.'UH.u.l t all Salur
day.
Mi:a ll.tf io l'..ill of ll'.iny is vlmting
l'limk Churchill. Mib Kail U un
bvii. lii'innl mill, in r and woul l cpcii a
"i
Hint il.i'.a it no in tiiis eily if alio cm
olituin a uuilwlilo room.
nkw noons,
Calico c,
(iinghuniH,
Outiiiir, Fhinntbi,
Ticking, btaphM of nil kinds ut tli
NOYIil.TY M'OKK.
Tuo collection of A!.i-Ua vi.iwo und mi
live ctirioa brought from tha l.ir North
by l'.ditor Siiatlor l, and on exhibition
la Hi Nho'w window ol Marslors iirug
store, nro iitlracling considoiat lo ntten
lloa.
U.aud McCurdy, who U vlhlling his
grauJuio'.hir, Mib. 1'aikH, foil Irom a
bum loit tins iiK i'iiing ami urofco ins
loir nhnnt four inches ubivj the auk'e
iolut. 1'r. iuia, tiMii-lod by r. W. S.
iLiiniltoii. reduced Hie liacturo sua tue
boy is resting euully.
Krlluo work Is tho srt ot itiBoitiug
teeth without pluti s. Ir. Konhum la an
Kt,cit nt uuld tilling, ctown und bridge
work nnd wanniilii all his wuik for
ri'liirnod fioin CIiIcUl'o 1'ohI
JCIHBI " " " " '
liriidniitH Dental college but a lew
.n,a ni'o. nml dois work by tho
IIIUIIIIi" i -
lulGHt and most approved molbo.ls
flrnr. dais woik done at reasonable
prices.
v u. Williams ni.d daughter. MibS
tluormia. who uro viHitiug ft lends in Cen
tral l'oiut, were in Medford Tuetdav,
aceoniimnii'd by Mint Myrti ti.illoway.
Mr. Williams lives in DounhiB cj.iiiiy
ibis state, mid finco l.i-t l ill hn
traveling M"'1' exieii'ivi'ly In tli-i Km',
havimi liavolcd hiMO milnH. t'l U !''
dill'orent lociililn ii bo Ii.ih viblled he hi S
found none, uh an all pm poue country,
nnyttho.o iiii.il t i Un'non
Mull.
Medfoid
qALm
IT
TT
STORE
a
a
a
a
a
a
Sacrifice j
Regardless j
Of Cost
Walter Hoover of M'df ud Is visiting
relat yes la K i.iebur.
Tho pay car oia.lo the rjilros l boys
happy jestcrday morning.
Auolher big M,n,ent of dry goods
just roceivod at Iho Novelty Ktoro.
llond, tlio wa'ihmaker tells s;x tta' les
at lowest t riee M.id can (It 'hem cor
rectly. 1'ou Sauk: A goo I lop bngy, or will
trade for fresh inl'ch cvw. In'juiro at
thU oflice.
J. W. Songer nu t wl'e, of Howard,
Kinn.li, arn vi-itln? K. Ii, Ili.UKtf n In
thin eily.
Cn y and l. irr.eot Until rid Charles
jar. liner wero'lxn (rem I'rai'i one day
thin week. Collage (irove I-d r.
J. M. K ibiiiKun of Onklmid was i:i tho
I iciiv.i I'n lay loking for aloea'iui to
oi-i ii a Until p. Collage (irove Leader.
1 Im wni.li tf pr tisi' l oi.lowo'1 ujKjn
I loo.l'rt Shih p.iriila bv llioii- who have
taken i' prove the merr of ih medi-
C i.e.
Poeier A Mattin watit fat callle, hoj
atil hI p. 1'urtk-it hiiving nny for salo
drop u a cu.t, and we will rail stid see
them.
Pr. K Hiiiiilion of it iKthvrs eut
reyeral days here llm pit week a3 the
guo.t of W. C. W.irhbiiin. .Junction
City Ne.
It Is rcorte 1 that tho Ktci.c'i Itoys at
(ileuJalc, havi struck par dirt i i their
in I no and that they are taking out cou-
ridnrable go!d.
Mft. J. 8. Mathews, daughlvr of the
late Mr. Xowion of Foil Jones, now re
biding at Kwthurg; Ore., arrived here
last week lo be prceutit al the death and
funeral ol her mother. Yreka Journal.
On las' Tuesday the care of . 1.
Lird, II. K. Kiucaid au J l'liiiip Mets
than, t-tate school land commissions, up.
pel'aitlf, vs J. W. lUmilton, defendant,
was argued and submitted, in the tu
premu cjurt i.t SjIoiu.
At lirant I'ass li-t Tuesday the
divelling Inuaj ( K. Mc.V't'iur, was
destroyod by lir-. I. iss ")Li tu the
buildin,', and i0 on its cj:itmit. The
household goods, wh'c'i belonged to J.
M. Oaifs, were fully insure I.
Hon. J. V, Co:in returuod homn from
;alom hat week, being unable, on ac
count ol 'us health, to romiiu until tue
close of tho session. Mr. Oonn w.u eo
unfortunate as to b j kpt at homo m );t
of the tiuio during, bo'.h the special and
regular sessions, by rens n of sickness in
his familyr
Dr. llonham's seerut Mi l hod t( plate
work l it only Insures a perfect til, but
hi. lea tho artificially ol Iho work
I have a d-juiist employed iu Iho I.ah
oratory and for the next two week will
do plate woik nt greatly reduced prices.
We will lake your imprmiui and turn
ou'. a pule tho ramo day. .vl worn war-
raut d.
The teut'.eineii of our city who weie
initiated in the order of tho ICiks at
Kopohurg were Drs. Kreuier, Flanagan
and Myers; Tom liiluicro, L. L. Jeuu-
ingH, W. K. Mcliregor, Hen Tabor, N".
K. Mclirew and Joe Moss. They report
having hud a tine time, snd speak high
ly ol their enlerluiumeut by the llxo
burg boys lirunts IV Mining Join-
mil.
Lano county piuno uiowers have beeu
hit hard by the unusual January freeze
KeiulU are jasl becoming noticeable
Many treei have been killed and others
sovenly iujurcd. (trchnrds that have
beon kept in un extra state of cultivation
fared the worst, ltlver bottom locations
ex orloi.Cid more damage than thoRO of
the prairie. This year's prune yield will
bo light. Kugene tiuard.
The A. O. V. W. of which tho late C.
Y. Hunjamiti way a moiubor, bus paid
to bii In Ire the Sinn ol f-'.OOO iiifluiance
which be eurrlod In that order. The
older sou ticrt, who is uow hi Noilh
Carolim, generously waived his right
to bis shnro of the money and ordered
tho amount duo him, (00, puid to his
BUip-iuother, Mrs. Heni iinin will
Bhoi tly loave for California lor an extend
ed visit with her mother,
A Biuprise party was givn Key. J, I.
Jones lat-t Tuesday evening, and a very
enjoyable time was had. The party con
sistod of Misses Maude Casey, Carrie
(i.ii wood, Minnie and Dora Koy, llerlb
Fllis, Fugeni.i ii'inpsy, Dora I.niid,
Miniiio Hcniti, l'uiiiiie Do in psoy, Kelt a '
Campbell, Messrs. .1. I.. Jones, t'litulio;
Koy, Frank Hrowii, Kalph Murrlson, j
1 1 nli Ithn k, llenty Kliinip nnd Harry .
Siiymoiir. Dallas Itenii.or. I
LOlllirT WAS CIIOSfN1
Assembly Heeled Him I'resiiient
of I ranee.
ME1INL WS SLC0N0. CII0ICI.
Noisy 5lrcct Scench by Nallunallsts
and ropullAls-'5ketched at lite
New Executive:
I'aiiim, Feb. H. Tlio uKMnuhiy tutt it.
I o'cliH k ibis nit mo n In elect a meets-
Sor to I'm lileiil Faun:, tlio alae I eir g
el. snl lo Hi i public. M Melimi U'gg. d
his frieinrs not to Vo' ( t hi it. fljiing
the pri'gteM ol llm l.ii'l .tii g h- v r i- 1 .1. p
ulien HllorpleJ In f.k, in,. I tr.es ol
.loan wi'h murch)' w'ero liivr ', bi.t
tut a.-tunl diiluilMiicc o.'ciir.e.l Al 2:10
t'ie I ull'iliiig WitH l ouipivieij.
The bllieial count tie; id that 812
V i'ea were CHHt, and that M. L'iibet ic-
c. Ivnl 4S.5. M. Milino 27't, sn.l 0 were
ci'iend The progren itit insipid en
voiing f'T M M-.ine, wiiiih txplainit
ihc vole ea.t for him. The vote not er.St
futlvjubel or Me'ilie wj-t ibvided It-
tweni Cava'giiHi", .ln'iiniit, (.i-nir.l
hu'ln i or atid o:hnrs.
When ihe fci'iiog ol iho unsemhly
i.ene., the public .;.ib.rii,i wte
rrowihd. Tellers ti.l'jre I, headed by M.
Ch.vi .. a'l, w ho iiiiii'.uiieed that I. iiijet
id hern eleited. Ami's'. npp'an:e
from ic.l'ii-1 and center (s'o..i , t lianviau
ud lei:
' J.oti'i-t h iving ob'rtim.d an tthsolute
Kjnity, I proclaim 1 i i ri ! r - i ten! of the
republic."
I he ,.ii:io.iii"e netil wn grevU.I wi'h
pr H.-igC'l !ilp;ane, luiiiion winvio
h ti! ptot'-U fr.ini llm righiin'i, and ll.e
let isis t-li. inline "Viva Ii lepti! hpie."
Chui.veuil t'lfli d-claied Iho ullllig
closed.
A't r le; a.i'. n i c n n' ti t'i-' r.m'.t,
1 Chanvtuu m.d ininy mon.la ih ol the
a-eiir lv '!;.:iin I to . n a 'J h .ntrf ian.n,
wl.ero M. I.ooht aaai'.el ll.iil I he j
resuil ol 1 1 J e eel lull .ik eo n lOio i d'l d
litiii atrl .he neejved t'ie oi ;-r.i' nl.i-
lioiu ol I. in f. iemN.
Ti e luwiy t lic'.ed piesidel t l.rt l l ion.
i d to 'levolo h a I ie.t i H it . I fullillii g
e witl.es of ti e c'jin t mi I lo "re-
... , i ...... .
lii.i!.. I..D repuoiicur, -i, v.iv) nave lien
It.h-'l an, Wider tr. H.e turtoi.t of ti I. -
h iji y cv n. rno'. l-I:! l oibet -i to-
irks l.ioughi .ir li laciy :ipluHe
(noii hits licrtierj.
l'he ptoisii r. M D , tl.e.i Uir.uulU
ir.ttkli'rr-I th exe ouve ' ..w.-r to ..1.
I.MU et, H id conr.lt ll,lt: 1 h',.1 Ijp j'l
u.eetiuo. H o pti'StiU'i.l, in tiiaii:r.g -t.
Dopuy, expreid U:u hope of I.aii g
t! o ni.po. t id th t c lion '.
The n iiiU,rs and deputies llieu Cled
paU und sIiojU ban .la wimt te piemlei.t
w'.o a(u ixard roe. hid a d puiuliin ( f
newspaper men, Hiid HiiookIi ll.eiu ap-penl.-J
tJ the whu'o t re;. o( Hie couutry
to work in uui-un an I ji'pea-euiei.t.
L juhet baa aeked M. Dupuy to retain
the pieuiterrhip uml Vi present c .lin
net.
M. lu'.t Kf; the palace in acuriae
accoiup iiiiod by M. lup iy, and f. lioweJ
ty the miuis.era. The croad alonr' the
route Reclaimed rte.-ulei.t iiULe. wuu
cries of 'Vivo la reptib!!Vi-" ' Vive
raniiei-," "Vive Fou t."
At 3 o'cloik Ytrr'ai.I.s bad u-suincl its
normal u'ikc'.
Loubct's Arrival in ('arid.
i'rehidciit I.ju'.io: .iti
el here f.otii
and was rc-
Versailles at o :0S p. u.,
ceived with ii.i:it.uy lio
uti'. An tlie
prosideuli.il carnage, left the St. J.a
rairo btation, u bund of 30 or 40 persona
runted themselves on 6ither side of the
landau under tlio leadeiehip of a couple
of individuals who kept giving fignals
for shoulBof "D.nvu with Linbet!" nnd
Keeign!" The g-nerul public was ap
parently Indifferent, und no h.ttility was
displayed. Many in tho crowd taiUied
the president and irud "Viva l.oubet!"
and "Vivo ruriiii e I" hot thj ehon'.n o!
deiuoiiHlratuia lunning beside lha car.
iace drowned tl.o lnen Jly Falutaiioiis.
Tho noieo ai.d txcitemeut were re.
doubled when tho carriage stopped nt
tho Flysee. Here two compact hos'ile
groups were massing, hooliti;; and blow
ing whistles. MM. Lou bet ..ud Dupuy
spent 10 minutes with Mine. Fame, and
then proceeded to the li'iai d'Oi.i
On his loiiruev thither M. Lou.iet wub
favorably lecieved by iho ptiblie A
the foteign illi.o he received Ilia hi
ollieiala ol b.thto nnd the diplomatic
corps.
N'lncliester.
Wood chopping
is tli ir.Ur of the
dav.
Mr. S. J. C'heuoweih, of Wilbur
niiFSod throiuh oar burg enroiitit lo tl e
county eeat yesterday.
Mias Lillio liillam loi.ln rather fad
thii week. Wonder what ia tl e c.iusn?
Mr. J. S. McKay, llm popular S. 1
eeolioii foreman, ii pulling tho rail-road
truck in excellent con. lition lie in the
right innil in the light place
Mark Turiiiu was doing business iu
It ,ibiiig yeflorday.
8ievo and lliihh l'curbou ute Ihe bo.su
liiiiitois heie.
W. F, i-itllam ii having some woid
chopped on his laco south of town.
He does not believe in frcc.iug timing
tho cold w either
W. K. Vinton i haviii;j eomiderablo
wood rawed Ihia wint.'r, und Intend.) to
iIihp ..i-e of it ut K i.. burg iii ition us Ihe
i. ad.-i an in i:ood lomiiUou f .r liaiilieg.
W. Iliihe-, a iM.nei'r of (ilide, was in
town hint week, lie tolln mi that early
sown grain in looking well.
uwe u-viua is'&vmm
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
OTvut iivm
Oakland Items,
'from Ihe 'ja'tlv.)
Ht sins A Ciici.nwnili shipied two
cars of whe.t to Salinas, Cil., this week.
C, L, CliDiiowoth, for Kuarns Bros.,
shipped thltly-halun of hops to Indian
apolis .Monday.
We are pluuwil note that Kev.
Hyatt, who bus lfii tiofTering (torn the
grippe, Is again alxitit;
Mrs. L. W. Curtie, wife ol Hon. L. W.
Uaitl-, ol The Dalhs, is visit n at the
Lome of her parents, Mr. and Mn. Hogh
Kenton,
On last Tuesday, while J. 11. (irubb
Was dehr roln a bull, lie had the m Is '
fortune to rerhmly cot two fingers of
Lis left Land.
The Mistes Htiumbrook were shopping
in OHk'and Tumlsy. Cecil will return
to Ump'pMs, and Martha will go to Port
land for eiprolooged visit.
Mie. Thomat Clark, .( Shoeatiing,
wLo hai tieen in Forlland the past few
weeks receiving medical, tresuaeut has
returned not greatly improved.
Mr. John Kaoki n:rt with a painful
accident Net Hatard.iy. WhiU cutting
btQRh, a bending branch struck him In
the eye, injuring the ball to some ex
tent. Ihe iojury is painful and may
Impair the eight of the eye.
Si I'owell, like many other toople in
this world who are not always satisfied,
left here some time ago for Southern
Calif, rnia and Arizor.a. He Is now
huk in OakUcd and thinks Oregon n
prtt'y grol placd to live f jr most any
body. Ou litst Satur Jay Mr. Andtew Webb,
of the S tale, lell (mm u wagon aud re
ceive I iijirien from which he is now
suffering. Mr. Webb is 7'J yeats old and
th lall gave him such a jar require
t .e eervides ot Dr. (iilmour, who retorts
his patient as improving.
Ou lasl (Sunday tveuir.g while C. C.
Waikits, of (.'row Foot VaUy, was
tightening the shoe on a horse, the j
au in il h. ccmiiii! reniliB-", threw Mr. i
Wa'.ki'o in mch a maiii.er i s to riislo-
ca e his sriuuldir an I eioow. Ihe :n-
j lr.'.l innn was nHeiulsd by D c. lVge
an I (iilujour.
Ou last fSaturdxy, while V. A. end
Thomas Aoeene wers riding a horse tho
animal fell, throwing the yonng men to
lh- troiinil, Y. . fell striking his chin
upon a bmket, w hich he earned, coning
a gHt-li (our inches loug just below the
month. Dr. Page attended the injured
man. Thomas Abeeno was alw jarred
au J brulsfd about the breast.
Koby Kilts met with a painful acci
dent last Tuesday. He was bnnting
Jinks, and discharged bo'.h barrels at
once, the gun kicked snd tho hammer
ol tho left barrel caught Koby la the
cornir of the moulh, tesring the fli-b
from the jaw. Koby was laying down at
ti e time, and Eays the gun kicked Lira
itt the perpendicular and several times
afierwarda
Death of a Pioneer.
Jefferson Williams, a well known and
gh!y resptcteJ pioneer of Douglas
county, died at the home of ti s son J.
Williams, at Looking Ula;.s, in this
eouuty, on Tuesday, Februsry 17ib, agod
3 yearn.
Mr. M. Williams was born la the B'ate
of Missouri, aud on February 17, 1S45.
He wo3 married to Mis Samn Fiurry
who died August '.'8 1SD3.
Tognthorthey erofsed the pliinsacd
Bditlid in Djuglia eoun'y, Oregon, in
1S53, where they resided until tbeir
death. Tuera was born to ibem twelve
chil lroa of whom tcu enrvive.
The deceased children were Mrs. W.
T. Wiight nnd Mrs. J. C. McCn loch.
The living oro Mis, K. M. Wade snd
Mr?. Mary Cochran of Portland, Mrs.
Susan Croxton of Spokane, Mrs. Nettie
Wright tf Ccquille City, Mr. W. A.
Williams of Yauuiua Bay, Mr. T. J.
Williams of Ten Mile, Mrs. Lucy Olli
vanl and Messrs. f. K., F. -., rnl M.
C. Wiliiaius ol Looking Olase.
The Inner I eerviee were held at 2
p. m. yesieroay irom iuo ju. c. muau
ol this city. Kev. . H. Arnold ofbciating
ut i ho ter vices, preached au eloquent
and impressive sermon, after which a
very laige concourse of relatives and
frienla followed Ihe remains to th
Mttsonii) cemetery.
List of Letters.
Ki iniiining uncalled for
bur postollica:
in tbe Ko e-
Brown, Mrs. Laura Jennings, Mrs Allie
Day, Mis. J.W. Kay, 1? rank
Graves, G. 11. Smith, Dennli
sulliveu, Prof. Waller H.
Pcisoua calling for th.'te letters will
please state the datsou which they were
adveitiseJ. Febiuary 20. Tae le ters
will be charged for at the ra'e of one
cent each.
Wsi A. Fratxb,
P.M.
DILD.
BILLINGS. At tho soldiers' home, on
Friday, Feb. 17, 1S!, Horace Billings,
ugtdhl. Iho deceased was a mem
ber ot Co. 11, 4th California infant-)'.
Thu funeral service wete hold at the
Homo Saturday afternoon, and were at
tended bv ii number of tho members ul
j
j Uono I'ost ol thii city. Ihu Intermm.t
; was in Iho Homo eenietoiy.
tJliarlea II ittleld of Melrose wntrallinn
0'i friendii in town list Stluiduy.
t., ttm vnmt.
Uow' Tfcls?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh tbat rannot le
cared by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Props. Toledo. O.
We the undersigned have known F. J.
Cheney (or the last 15 vcars, and believe
Liu perfectly honorable in all business
transection end financially able to car
ry ont any obligations made by tbeir
firm.
WetitA Truar, "Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, O.
W aiding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Care Is taken internal
ly, at ting directly opon the blood end
mucous surface of the system. Price 75c
per bottle. Bold by all droggist. Test
monliJj free.
Now
is the time to save money bv baying
yonr goods at the Rneborg Novelty
Cash, Store. Ia having three pairs of
shoe i yon can save enough to bay anoth
er prjr. On clothing we can save yoa
from f2 to M on a salt. Fall millinery,
cloahs and capes, all sold at closing oat
price. Absolutely closing oat. Call
nd be convinced.
County Treasurer's Notice
Police ia hereby given to all parties
holding Dooglss county warrants In
torsed prior to November 15 180G, to
present the same at the treasurer's office
at the Douglas County bank for pay
ment, as interest will cease thereon after
the dale of this notice.
Dfcttd this the tub dsy of February
ISftJ, at the City ol Roeeburf, Oregon.
Geo. W. Dimmick,
County Treasurer, Doughs County, Or
Subscribe for tbe Tice-a-week Plain
iieabar. It is ihe oldest, most reliable
fczd fail dealing paptr in the rounty.
Republican in politics il treats all per
soni of adverse opinions with courtesy,
tiertr decending to scurriioas abuse for
(lie pnrpoee of gaining political advant
age. It criticises, approves or couuemus
messuree, not men, and is np to date in
Us Dews department.
THEY ARE SEVEN.
The Orand
Jury Indcits
Fraud Cases.
in Ballot
Late Thursday evening the grand jury
for the current term of circuit court for
Marion cjuuly returned three joint in
dictments againsi P. H. D'Arcy, W.J.
D'Arcv, S. T. UicharJjoo, J. A. Carson, I
W. J. Ralter. H. T. Hayes and L. V.
Ehlen, charging them with alteiing the
public records ol Mariou vounly the
tally sheets anJ election ballots of Mon
itor, Mt. Angel and Kuueville precinct, s
for the June (13'Jij) eleolion.
The accused were all rearrested Thurs
day night and gave bonds for their ap
pearance in circuit court.
Viavi, Viavi.
Mrs. J. H. bbupe is local representa
tive for tho popular Yiavi remedies.
Any one desiring aoy of these remedies
will please call on her at ber home or ad
dress her at Roeeburg, Oregon.
County Treasurer's Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all parties
holding Douglas county warrants in
dorsed prior to Feb. 1, 1897, to
present the same at tbe treasurer's oflice
tu ihe Douglas County ban (or pay
ment, as interest will cease thereon
after the dato of this notice.
Dated this the 16th day o! Ftb. ISfW,
at tbe City of Koseburg, Oregon.
CiKO. W. Dim Mti'K,
County Treasurer, Douglas County, Or
Time Well Spent.
When you reud, read the good n;a-
sines Buch as the following: Scientific
American, Harper's, Scribner's, Ladies
Home Journal, Success, Self Culture,
Mo Clure's, Munjoy's, Recreation,
Western Sports, Pacific Farmer, Current
History, New England Magazine, and all
the leading papers puousneil.
The town papers will be found at my
stand as soon as they are published.
Houinu to olease overy one with the
kind of literature they liko at my stand
opposite the depot.
II, ti. Hoi BKHOLDIB.
ColumlUA Hartford bieycloJ are fi
ted with automatic hub brake this 3 ear
without any ix'ra charge.
Attention Farmers.
Bring iu you.' poultry to Dossier and
Marlln. while they are high, w want
100 dozen young rooster, 50 doisn Lena
and 50 donen broilers right off, highest
ash price paid.
Doctor
MEYERS
& CO.'
Specialists foi Ken
ThM ithyttcltnt rur ba
OUrlUaT mKUM aim fr'tv
V Wat t4iui'i"4 btwlicsU lu
.tttutiuM, aun (n tut
" (Usiv LUMllM t Ui U,
I ITnfcritiiut meu who ran
k a r vnsTi
ThOHaAUits aytiraxl At tKoBU,
AU lHtfnjciUUkitlIi Ko Cfery fur t OMuiUUtMi
731 ?.MBtKi7tW I Ek- E'
BKILT MI.MK N,
Go lo the Itoeeleaf lor the best cigars,
('ro Urn. ate the I f tenant ,
Hood for largnfns and ytur watch re
pairing. For first cl..ss dciitlstry go to lr.
Little of Oakland.
10,000 men wanted at the ftosa 8tnre
to select great bar gs ins before It is Ion
late.
Facts not fakes Is what our adver
tising columns represent. The Dote
Store.
Ithy "Cry fur Csftorla" but their
ptpss try for Oliver Plows thry nnri
bave them.
Hmoke the "Artie," the best be
cigar of the year. Kinss A Khambrook,
role agents.
New sttK'k of ladies and mines' fine
shoes, all the latest stjles, Just received
at Tarrott Broe.
A large and fine assortment of chil
dren's shoes just received at Parrott
Bros. Call and see them.
Money to loan on city and country
property. V. e). K. Bvim,
Marstcra' Building, Roseborg, Or.
Tbe W. C. T. U. will bold its regular
meetings en the second and fourth
Monday of every month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Epworth League room of tbe M.
E. rhnrcb.
County Treasurer'a Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all parties
holding Douglas county warrants In
dorsed ptlor to May 1, 1900, to?prcseot
thesamoattbe samt at tbe treasurer'a
oflice in the Douglas County bank for
payment, as interest will cease thereon.
sfter tbe date of this notice.
Dated this tbe l9ih day of January,
1809, at the City of Kosnhurg, Oregon.
Gko. W. Divxick,
County Treasurer, Djogljs Cotioty, Or.
PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT.
An
Agressive Campaign to be
Launched at Once.
WasiiisuroN, Feb. 17. The aJmio
ibtration hue determined as rapidly as
possible to extend the jurisdiction of
the I'nited Stales over the Philippine)
rrop in its entirety, actiug on the tbe
my that dcUy is dangerous and anarchy
and a'ger.eral paralysis oesuch interesls
ai the islai Js sopport will be brooght
through a failure promptly to replace
Spanish sovereignty by that of the
United Slates. This decision involves
the necessity of a naval campaign and
this will be instituted as soon ss ly
receives his re-infurcinents.in tbe shape
of the gnnh-iatfi now at Manila.
HuJson Hills Burned.
On last Silur.lay morning al about 2
o'elcrk the Hudson saw mills, situated
,liou t three miles nir h of Draiu.
i.urnid. The loi-s will not be less than
t50C0, there having been no insoraoce
in either mill or lumber. Most of the
lumper ontti ie tho milis toeiher i"h
the sheds we:o savid. The engine nnd
oilers were cot an entire loss. No
causa for Ihe fire is known, but il Is nip-
posed to have been of a:i incendiary
origin.
The pr. perly l!ougil lo Mrsr,
PerkioB & IJoda.w, who hav a lumlur
yard in thU c ity. The mill will pr. b-
bly be re built, but the lots is a heavy
one on the owners of the properly and it
ill tak6 them sometime to regain l heir
loe..
Notice is hereby given to (he public
by the ncdemgncd that I do not allow
dea l animals to ' bu'iwd on my prem
ises, at Rcsehurg, Ore.'on, or gnrhsgo
dumped thereon or sand or gravel takeu
thetefrom, unless the party taking eand
3r gravel first contract with me for tbe
right to do so.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted ac
cording to law. Aahok Rosa,
Roeeburg, Oregon, March 17th, lS8o.
Caro Bros, inform their patrons that
hey are iu receipt ugain of Clark's Spool
Cotton. Same old price.
County Treasurer' Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all parties
bolidug Douglas rounty warrants in
dorsed prior lo Ju'y 15, ISM, to present
tbe same at tho treasurer's cflice in il e
Douglas County bank lor paymeul, aa
interest will ceaee thereon after Ihe oale
of this notice.
Dated this Ihe 'Juth dy of Jan. 13! 9'
at tho Cily of Uoeeburj, Oregon.
Gko. W. Dimmiik.
Count v Troasurtr, Douglas bounty, Or.
Standard of the woill, Ihu Cobiuili a
bicycles, got thu bot at the prica ! ! e
cheapest. See Churelud iV Woolley,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tha Kind You Hava Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
The Home Bakery
701 Uak street, uppositc
Central Hotel.
Fresh Baked Bread Every Day
Ties, Cakes, linns and
Cookies,
Constantly on Hand.
MRS. B. C0MVT0CK,
Proprietress.