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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1901)
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a lr-ranl tv!u.-t-UM-av for 11 t be arrt'rJ
for lrati-1. l'nd..r thin ruling. al-, anyone tio
allow.. hi sutai-rintion lo run a'uitra t.i:iv
niiMtl an.lttifi nrd, it .i:M?tntinut.d. or or
der! the Dottnia-Wr lo mart it refuted, or w l
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Advertising Hates on Application.
OCTOBER 3, ltl.
AN ELOQUENT ADDRESS.
At tbe reoaet cl a uomter 1 ucr ..:i
fc-na we rab:ish the fo!io '.iv ekqj
tribnto to Ue memory cf P;eidt;nt Mc-
A-inej aau J arra kuu.oui ui auvc
and anarcbift. dt-liverfj by Kev
Er. J. A. Towrjeend. of this city ut the
memorial service hel l on the dy tv'
apart by tho crtrsidei.t and Kvernor
Te?l ns how wan ills ankediita?,'
Jodea tX). 3. I rsee th-e words on tMf
cc-asioo, cot as a tex. bnt ae n mvo
Tbe rraaon wtiy I hav cboaen them if
obyioai. For tlt is t!ie q'l-tion w tiiih
lie heavy on ea-h heart, ai ai'h ehame
acd eomw, we meet ia t'.ia boost o'
tiod t -day, to honor the iuf mory of oar
beloved I'tefcidtLt. lel! og Low wat
this wickednes-"." It ia tot the first
time in the history o! the repo'jlic, it.p'
ita chief tx-ca!rve haa been strkkrr
down, with the ballet of an as'a'.-in.
We boast of oor inveilectoil Ecpie.-i.-acj,
oor aefvacorn et in ccUcre r-ir-l all
tbe oeefol arts. Bat with ail these, and
ia Fpite oi teem, torew oi our ie:i rirs:
. decU hve fallen. Boi:h believed tU-d
. Lincoln ae responsible for tie loss of a
treat cause, and Griiteaa'a brain was
filled with a pirsjnal Ti?vaoc8, tinfTeli
oa bow waa thia wicaedceee." Ti;i r
was do re verge to satisfy, no priva't
gtnige to sqiare nothinj hot the act
ing cnt of t Lie afsasrin'a evil priociple
And yet. we are glibly told by tbe wise
noc-cbuTb f oiog eieroect, that it is no
matter, a bat a man believes. That;!
only matters what be dof s. That is a
very popular belief, and it u u inia
chievoo ae it ia popular. For chow me
what a man believes, and I will ehow
yoa what be does. Bid principles lead
to wicked lives. Tber bare tbe same re
lation to one another, as cause and effect.
And we know that behind thia criminal,
are other, lera gr.lty oclr, in that the
did sot fire tbe fateful ballet. The
have held mee'ins, aad maoe lrcan
diary spflcche, which hav fired
blo- of aiaty vkioas p- rona and in
cited l hern to mnrder.
Papers have teen prinled anl ci:cait
ed, fillfd wiiU the earns itt-tr vroi;efn'
eptrit. and cart-onis'a have pro;1cre.1
picttres, thar, stuck go on ihe waila o'
their hoaae, hava errac4td ih y nog
the ignorant and tie i.J-a'anced, t
think of men in aalborit, a c-ntemp:
ible, petf. selfish tyrant. It ia from,
the ranks of children thns brought op.
that a erjfiicient tioinber of nDbviaoced
cranks are recruite-i, t j Ai the work o
tbe ruffians who hcun-t them on.
Sn:b mtecreants aa Herr Msst, and the
Goldman woman, tiever risk their ekina.
They are wholly mercenary. Most pro
fesses anarchy to advertise bis saloon,
and the Goldman woman to rr.ake money.
JnEt DiW. bfr hate goes cnt to Krapot
kin, beraase he can rake in a few more
uuitars to-tu '. do muco ty way oi
introduction. We shall further din
tbs snbjec, under tbe following besls,
viz: The locentive, Tbe Deed, The
is an, ids iif meoy.
L Tbe Incentive Tbe noderlyinz in-
eentirs in tbieca, was the anarchistic
literature which the aseawia bad rrad,
and the Inrid 1--tures tht.t fired his little
Let as look this matter in tbe f-oe.
Every hnsnaa being in a Corietiaa e jtn
mnni'.y. Cads bimaeif a mere her of. two
societies, into which he came, by co act
of bis own. lie was born into tbe fam-
ily, and he was born into tbe state. It
is hardly necessary in this place to prove
that the - family and tbe chnrcb are
divine institutions. Bat it may be well
to point out, that the state also has s
: claim to divine eppointmect. It is a
neceesarv seonence and corollarv aripii s
oot cf oar environment. It is, in fact,
merely a larger family, of human beings,
associated tcgetber for the purpose of
government. Government effort
peacs and ordr soiobg men, and matt,
, therefore, meet with the approval of that
being, who it not a God of coofuaina.
; bat a God of paace. The national f pint
tbs longiog after s'ateboxl, the desire to
- stand forth in the world, as an independ
ent ttlf governing commonwealth were
all marked eleaieLt', in the mental and
moral eqoipmrM oi God's ancient pec-
nd these I eumt more and mo't
prr minent as tbe pi it rf idolatry waa
. driven oat of them hv '! stern r!isciplin
of fef eat and captivity. Our L-wd him
self ehrank wi'b horror from tbe thonght
of tUe !ettractioo of the rapital city of
The Stat p ef w a h tU raorHl and
pereona! churacte. and it ia the atate so
conctivfd, whoe rppota'.ijo and power
ebon'ul be extended, whose welfare and
bappiceea af-onM be furthered, wb-se
glow ard bor or ehoa'd be dear to the
hearts rf Ms fon.
Tbere is aChtistian patriotism which
uuiw kuu rcer me 'aii as ise mow
er of order, the viadictor of riirht, the
champion of jis'ice, the refoge of the op
pressed and tbe guardian of the highest
interests of humanity. Bnt all thia, an
archy cannot abide. Existing as it does
as an snery and dangerous cancer on the
body politic, it woild destroy morality,
the family, the cl.orcb, the nation, and
all that oar fathers fongbt for, on thin,
and oa the other eid of the Atlantic.
Here i a specimen quotation from one of
their Siebrand papers.
. - 'The greut e-m-ces ol moral depravity
are caDital, re gion, 's'ice, government
and it ia tbe doty of all lovers of frnedoo
to extirpate ti ee eourcea of eii. By
throwing overtord law, religion acd
authority, mankind retain poaserfion ol
the moral principle whic'i have been
taken away firm tb-m. Down wi'b
morality .t becomes oor duty to be hn
toral." bach i1-the Glth which is (oared into
tbe e.rs of the workicg man, and these
doctrifl' a are berit g fruit af er their
. kind. Hbonll tmb law lens principle
become onivereal, thia 'a-r earth would
become a l;cl ud ihe United Sta te a
ho lanOTnouium. livery man
WOUW d wt)8 was nrnt in Ii sown eyt-s.
That principal pat in'o practice ia an-
srehv. It mesn, "Xorrstrzint to ne -
eion, no limit 'o vicp, no line dividing
right fror wiorr. At arcf y is' n -.t ;:
lrr.iti'ni bnt viiju lawles sntl deJ-
Tlie inner workinirs of :! Raiai ie j.?o
to take the Pr aident'a life, are of a
piece with 1' is tcchinir. Loi Cxolc-jo-t
is mt :!y the (ol of a lodge of ac-
arch.st-i The oatrjge in Chicago a lew
years cto, ehot d lti-ir troel and iinn-
iten,iis rliamc't-r, ana ttieir insane uehiri
to de-lr.'V u.u--ci-i:t lives.
0..o 1 tl.'-m who was hanged on la at
o. ci on, pal i.ieu t.is mcce oy raying
be i;n Jerctood that iii America, a taan
luiu. !o as be pleased. It vleauel him
oihr.w 'iintf amort un oniers oi
li-i la. T .at ki; d c I amurtinent u-uLt
iMV-rt i-U ;ct lor I lai, hut it was un
heaithy fur i!ie police, and the au hor-
itiiHi ont an end to it. so far aa be was
en cernt-'l in a vorv euec.uai way.
.- .1- i
arthists lean.ed a lenn that dav, but
the fees r bl,.h Tooro are variaus
waya of lt-aniintf wiai.jrn S me learn
it at the etd of a coll coarea, and
s w.e only ut me end ol a rops. tue
United S.ales In lxcoiiiint( Hie roiuoi
tba crP-ested, b, onliapiiy, gathered
loto lU bJ oui a Jai;sirii t-iaas, woo
a torn, like Vr d-atlly viper, sad
t! oa who iioar.s'i them.
The taurd r of t:i rreeidunt dses rut
adnit of explauafoi. by the CJiuuun
laws of i eydK.ly. Meu teccgnizs the
baiuan i upa ef which exucraiea a
tyrant. They understand the na'.e.
-v.;k :.. ,..,r nn luu tn av th en-
i,L' w .i.i mi?, ma-wl w h.-ii the i
tyrant f!ia; no won ler, when, in on
seltled states, the h-.t oi i arli.-ai.6hip I
et.'ls io SEastiuatiou.
But that, under a free govern riieut, In
an era of good fee in:, and amid scenes
c .nee rated t the od lollowahip of
oi itieD, a ho to i d Uave i nstined a spirit
SeDtiifch enmjh, to coiai thither, seek
iag li e life of the choetn ruler of the
II. T!k Heed I: ii oie of the mo.u
daelaidl) li.iJ iibreasonable tbe world
bsaevErFOcn. It hs aaiitteu the heart
of the American nation with a sorrow too
deep for ntteracce. The blow wat not
airued at P.-esident ."Jciiit.ley as a pti-vat-s
member of sxciety. hat aa the hund
awi ie-tTwiitMTc rf iha nation. l!i
also a menace to oor fai'h aud o:ir n.i
ri its, a crime against tbe most hih G 1.
I'. hB widaweit a ein'le and ljvn wife
and lunged tiirf n.tti jn n t ui.rrv.i.
L. cr:-r.e ot
it f iii.'u; :
HI. Tte Matt A w.i e-.i ol Jo ;h
o Ar.mat tiea ' II- 'rri ma-, md
a i'let.-' In f)iii', r, t .iv. it wr
I :it d the life:-O' itie li; , iO
has won the l.ej r.s -! 'tie A ur icau
ppij e. For Pre idetit MiKiJiley a
rej--ti;iative of :! e - t lyre -f man
o! e, ut-.ie has pr.:.--d. In tit- I ur
i' i t-touttrj'a p-'il, I e p'C'l r.i-n:
t !.er d:et. ea , . cd served la the F "1,-r
ai a'U.y. Aa tyve-lO- of Obi", U
-er.alor, atd Pferidtxt, his voice
-ver tht of wL-di oi.
As President, hia uidu-ti baud steered
t e thip o( sta-i-, through i.ise if ! s .rest
ritical periixii iti Liscouti'ty'a h s"-ry
Hii ree;t v.S't ti the ei.tii a&d Weal
as a verratiie : rum pi. a! t t . W'tto
i.lor-e slri.cK Jjn bi dr-vu ed ai'e, ttie
na il.., i'l.out regard to sect or party
-.iiarei 1 i- i iie:y, t d dued in heart
:eli gratitade, whea the tscger was pjst
Pre-it-Lt McK.:n!-y waa a man of
vim jodgt-tn! not :nn.-trioas or Uigh'.y.
Dto:;esty haa never ten coi)ii-ted
a i:a hia iai.e. Ilia family virtaes sbo-e
'Mia:caoal. It was t ess whic'i en
hrir.ed hiu ia t'te hearts of his tel:ow
roin'rrmen, ard as we think of ttist
funeral toly inCactoD, we rann-t m
IrMo from sjyinj, aa ae lxk in hia
grve, Bleed are tbe dead that die in
We a 1 aixirei h e spirit, when, in the
excitement that followed the Maine dia-rt-r,
BLd thrte fourths of tbs reople
wee de ermiatd to have a war witj
ijio. When ureJ to declare war, as a
i-e po'itic.l trove, Lc sail, with pallid
f;ce, hia lips ;u vering wua emotion.
"Gent'.tmec, ia.v. S3 1 love my friends,
! nch ae inve the Republican party, I
aid fotgi all rh-incesof my re-eluciioa,
indeni my ca eer politically, rather
than sailer this ountry to engage io un-j-i't
war, i;h aty nation oa ea'tb."
Thai it vii that ihe man and the
pin id triumphed over the polit ciu and
Ia the tiea: La-e of hie life, in h a 'en
der dnvuoa to an ttvilid wi'e, in bit
-luitiuts and cjortisy co all ocrai ni
in h:s political oiprent4, in hia firm d
' i ion o' '.rutb and principle a a p'i-
a'e avt a, tin a.- t-ome a mviei fo-
f luj.t-.ion of h a cai.g coantry (ieo.
Tt.e p'iii' n h- t ok io :he di'Jjjitiee
aith Chios, cd to (tie n.ol:fica'ioo of
t-rn.s, whi h pr vea'.eJ the partition ol
that u:.bjp,.y coon ry, aud mide to 1
ble a ee't'e:uint wi'hoa' war. The cotn
riiente of she European press upon hia
peech at the Ex.o ition ho that in
h'aropeaa cp'.nioD, be was the grUrt
factor fjr tbe p-acs of tbe world. Ia bw
unswerving coo cieatiotsneea, be mnch
resembled oar o ber martyred President,
wco said, darinz the darteet hoars of
the Civil war, bNi speakiog of elavery.
' I trmbls wen I thii.k tbat God ia
Multitades at tome and abroad were,
during these acxioaa hours since the as
taeta'ion, eagerly wailing fur hia f-int-t
whisper. With bj'el breath, tn
calior.s were lit-?eniua- I-t a last w.fV
from Pretidect McK.ln!e'a lip. A'did
the stilinecsof that room, he sa:.i, "'io- d
bye ail, good t.ye. It is God' way. Hia
ill be done." This was hie Ue' address
toman. And having del. v- red it 'be
tarns and ed Jrt s-s himself t h:a God,
"Neater my God to Thee, nearer to The
E'en though it b-s a crota, that rauetu
me."" And alt the wsrid haa beard the
woida which conveyed tbe dying confes
sion of hia fail):. 6b let as, like him.
dedicsle cartelvea anew to oar hemes,
to car country and to oar God.
Well did tbe Peulrriit say, "Mark the
perfect man, and heboid the npriht, for
tbe ecd of that man ia peace." His is
the martyr's crown, Lia ia the real xitior.
of the bymr, "Nearer my G -d to Thee,"
hia ia toe. "Weil done envi and faiildol
aervan', tho'i htt bf-en faithful over a
few thing-, 1 w ill make thee ruler over
ma ny thingf.''
IV. The Remedy, And tbia natural
ly divides Vaiif Into two p r's," tbs hu
man anil the d.vine.
. F.'oui tb human poiut of view, the
pio le a d annrcby involves effairtive
ikelieg not o-ily with tte criminal ele
ment and with !hen who dilee'ly ' incite
lo nim-, hi' aitb Muf more dngeroas
cl4 o! nnbalann-d n,in !s, (rr,rn whose
rr-idit atsi.-in- ' Qinf . .
W ep i o' n-L? h v orll be!tr: by
shirting our eyeH to i a n.ier:es.- I'r at
this aioment, w- i?r- tie patrlo'', we
shall have Iru1 8"ariAiinge i-f ,firt.
Thre U a way nut if this litiyirth. Ii
is for oa to discover xt. Let ut bring lo
it all the wis. loin , roarage aud firmcees
of s nnited nation. Ana-cfjism mast be
made a crime, anr), as far aa oaaible,
anarchteta must he kept oat of the conn
try. As for the unhappy aeaio, tbia
ia not the place to think . of revenge.
Tbe victim of bit on debased mind
aball hays a fair trial, und-r tbe process
of law. Lynnh law onlv increase the
wrong, it eeeks to rec'ify. M.wnwhile,
what is to be dune? Home speak ol the
plan ol deporting ail anarchists ' to
some lonely island, where thy can have
an excellent opportunity of putting their
principles into practice, where, it is ex
pected they will eat each other on, like
so many Kilkenny rata. Wei!, that
would lie giving them a dose of thtir oarj
medirinp, and ah'o a practical applica
tion r.f Pope's epigram, "That mercy I
to others f-how, that mercy show lo me."
It iaa law of Nature, re wi;ll as aprinci
p'e of scrip, that, "With what measure
we mrte, it shall be orraured to na
again." Certainly, romehi.ir or. other,
anarcbiete ttmd bs taagbt (hut, "every
transgression and disobedii ncs eh-all rr
retre its dne recutrpenia of reward."
Ttiiacowhr.llv atsaa-intion wi'l tMrtainly
rcfult In ac'hn-by Co greM of some
kind, looking to the mpptet.sioo of Ao-
a ciiita bouse.iee, whlcu bave Jor-yea's
S een a menace. The Buffalo traced
cnn to extirpiio:i of thia foal blot npon
Ir ivlliza'ion. Ac Aden ic reverence for
j fne speech mu t t;o 'onger clrse our
eva or tie on. h-rtp, in dealirs with
preachers f th F.rpa Goldman type.
Thsi mnrderiT nf Eutoptan rulers' have
gone from this country to commit t eir
foul deeds 8ud-co hicfc has bten dou.
, ui now, iue manor nan oeen iirooglit
- borne to o, and tte resolve ol the pt loo I
will tin to ipe this foul blot i ll the map
of tliH United KiatM.
And yet, it moat be cocfeeaed, that all
the human remedies that havt) been pro
posed, are insufficient, and so we tarn to
diecuEa the remedy, from ita Spiritual
For comfort in tbia matter, we have
I to iurn away f-uin ttto wiad-.-mof nian to
mat WU1CU H r Vt-a.ea hi jo:ui vm iol.
It la He and II alone, wb j practically
forbidd ua to be boe!bas abjul any mu.
i A nobi Roman, to tbe time o! tbe Td-
nic wara, received an honorable recogni-
tioa fruin the Senats. becaoce he had
U3, ia the darkest limes, diapaired ol
the republic; and in a still b'gber dn
gret, to J oa tbe Savior oi man. lis
l-ns not despaired of any buuiau beifg.
He ia able to arouaothe weak, infatuated
iouI ti a eensa of iia uoe-l ftiere ia the
woaian o! ba-naria, a -1.,. ii.li creat'ire,
living iu coubci ma iu. vcl fali ol spe
cioca reliij ju-, Dotl t,ot awake
ia her a tbirrt f jr tue l.v'ia aa'er, and
a.i'.iely lae eravtnc tdua exoiud. II did
the eamo to Z icc'.eua (tie pubheau, and
wect i.h the uiot bopelea character,
the man w uo bad learned to aay ia hi
hiart. There u to U jd." the Lord 18
not helplecs. Chriet enters into him
with the overwhe'uiiog ronvictiop, that
there ia a God, aud his baar: retaica to
its Maier again, ae that of a little child.
Let a -i learn to look at evil, not aa an
a x'iJeuf, which is found on the auifaco
of thiaa It is d-pr, it 14 a dueaae of
the her at-J oaly a bearlcire cau react,
it, and extirpaitt) Ihe evil.
Men w tio are inrapabl ol condaolitifa
a philotophiil icq ii-y aa to tho orlgio
of evil, uiay yel exauiino fjeir own
hears and ray, iu the worila of our lex'.,
' How aa thia aitkelet." S
stn.es it wiil do tie aou'. goi. to ul the
tj.ie of its sin. We are uot lo cover ii up
orex;ueit. We bear bundreda of ex
cue n toJay, wrbich are mere clo.te of
bypoTNy, about not attending cbnrcti
or prayer-meting or otlier religious
gatheriu. The excuaea given woa'dap
p.y e joaliy well to ecanee an i pUcea of
questionable propria.", ut tbe appl.ca
iuo ia not ma te. Some day, wheu the
soul glands naked before Gxl, the
tltmay excasa mill not be repeated.
Therefore dJ not excase your Bin CO,
or cover op your tracks today, for lie sore
sooner or later, your ia aid fiat yoa
oa:, and if ya coufrne your sins, God ia
faiUiiat and j i-1 ti forgive. No man
evar camo to bitn wi h a tirokeo heart,
who a as not sect aaiy with his apirit
rejoicing: in God hia Sv'-or
And what, after all, in the cure for all
domestic trouble, all secret pain, all
arcngdoicg'T Tt-e one crre ia the eroas
ofCurUt. The formal of tbe prescrip
tion ie Ite blood of Jeaat Chrut hia
Sjn ciean6e!h as from ail sin." Yon
may veneer yoortelf with a cloak of pro
Lnbiuii, bat tae ouly way to get iubt
out want' y ii to get right inwardly. Tbe
cniy way ia hay cl an haada ia to have
a pare heart The only way to be holy
ia to have the Holy hpirit.
Preach to a mm edacatioo, change of
circamstancea and sano'iodingf , or aflv
oi earth's paraceaa, and he may need
these, bat the oniy radical core for all
the evils of sotie'.y is a charge of heart
in the individual. And it is one tf the
greatest difficulties in dealing with evil,
that it perpetuate i're.f. The children
of Korah died ny, in that great act of
God's vengear.cw. Though the sua dies,
tba prrgeny live. It is a herculean task
to kiil sin. Yoa may think yoa have
killed it. bat oat it crops in another
place. Yoa close the lrout door of the
saloon, the back door opens. As often
as Hercules struck off a head ol tbe Ler
man Ujdra, two cew ones grew in iu
p'ace. L fe tbas viewed is a terrible
roLfiict. Often tbe enemy seems to
come ia at oir gates. We need tbe
s'lirld acd tbe buckler of tbe Almighty.
Tbe evil lives cc. Cain tUll lives in his
descendants. JaJai Iecariot alto is very
noacrj alive. The ctgregaiion laogha
shea the Foreign m ail jnary icl'a bow,
ia daikeet Africa it it paeiUa tj tempt
ao Hio ater to Ml hia itlt.e lfod for silver.
alacy. Jast aibalh detecrated the
sarred day, and yet I preeuo.e, yoa de
iie anarcbiate. If yoa wr- hv.ag with
out God's law aa vooe role of condnrt,
yoa are n anar.-titft. I tell yoa it aball
te no t telerab e for the beaiben io the
jt ?ierutnt tfiau for Christian usito.-p.
AVben yoa heard lbs gpel preached
and sxo'.berrd roar conviction, yoa
k!I God. No man live'.b to himself.
II I cjold show joo wiKre itfioence be
g op, bow it ope ate, or Low it ends, yoa
wooidsay, "It is ao iwfal thiDg to
live' or with Jacob, 'IIow dreadful ia
thii place." Jf ae live merely to satisfy
he 'aicies cf ;b world, or pratily ita
mccdt, or f Low ita . methods, we aball
fail and te diaappointed with (eauita.
But if ae are co-workers with Christ, we
shall find in relieving the world of its
mercies, that the work is its own inapir
a'i ), ha own reward.
Toe gospel oi Chriet ia the only reait
dy abich can effectaaliy cure the wo: Id
ol aiarcby. Slay it have free course and
be e'oriSed until tbe kingdom of tbia
rld beco-n the kingdoms of the Lod
aud both i: t ball hart or oJend in all
God's lioly mountain. These words have
te n sng;s'el by the tragedy so Isteiy
enac d a. HofTalo, and wbxti culminat
ei in the d:a-h of Presid nt Mctiulev.
Hia was ths ornauient of a meek and
(iui-t npirit. His first words after being
atrutk were ''May God forgive him."
How like tbe martyr Stephen, "Lord lay
not thia sin to their charge." How like
the Master himself, "Father forgive
them for they know not what tbey do."
Such wai the end of a noble life spent
'ntfcerviceo' his co'-n'ry and his
God. His memory will long remain
green i i hia conolryme.i'a hearts. It
may be eailof biro, as wag said of anoth
er, "He wa? liret in peace, first in war
aud l'r-t in the hearts of bit country
men," and we can uao tbe words of
Scripture bo tbe occasion of tbe death of
Abi. r, aad make them our own and say,
"A r ritce acd a great man has fallen."
Notice Three Things to Remember.
, Firet, we are now sole agents for the
Singer Sewing Machine, which is recog
nized as the beat machine now ia use.
We can furnish all kinds of attachments
and repairs for same; we also have other
cheajier machines. Second, we sell
Charter Oak aud Standacd stoves and
ranges. Buy no others until you first
see crura and get prices. Third, we have
tho most com pie to stock of furniture,
beds, springs, mattresses, lounges, car
Irts, ouches, chairs, rockers, matting,
shades, ru;;s, tin ami granite ware thia
side t'f Portland. . Write ua for copy of
our new catalogue,. Rice &. Rice, the
When yoa have tba right goods and
tbe right prices, the public can easily
ee it, and that is why we are continually
making sales and g'tting In new goods.
Last Sato rd ay was a very busy day with
na, closing deals on one piano, two or
gans, alo a typewriter, violin and other
small goo Is. At present we bave some
exceptionally Rood bargains la second
bund pianvs and organs. One good up
rifcht pi:inu, nearly new, $175, and or
gans aa low as taV). T. K, Richardson.
Call for' Sealed Bids. V
" Kohur.', t. 7. 1901. Soiled hide
will l recieved bv th rountv court to
P (rate the L n R ferry for throe
years. Goodind eiifli.-ient bonds will
be reqn'red. Hum wi'l be received op to
1 :00 o'clock, Wed neMav, Npv. 8, 1901.
M. 1. Thompson.
A Warning to Trespaasers.
All persons are berw by warned against
bunting or trespassing upon my (arm
In Garden Bottom, known aa the La
Pblnte pin- e. The tre pass notices poo -ed
nroi the premises will be enforcah
and anv violators of ram w.ll ha nw.
tutea to ICQ IDIl eZtQLt Of tbe Law.
. - 010. : J. H Booth,
METHOD! s T CONFLRCNCE CLOSED
Appolnl ments Announced by Bbhop
HiLUib'.jR , O.-i. 1. Tbe 4 j;b tea-ioo
of tbe Oregon Cot.ferenci of the Mtthc
d.et Episcopal Cbmch c'ood here ye -terday
afternoon after an ioieravtiog aud
pro&tabla sesaion of sis day.
Following are the appoUitmenla an
uouoced by liiabop Mallalicu, of Boston,
at tho cl mo of the session :
Eugene diatikt T. B. Ford. Treald
irjg Elder ; Albany, W. C. Wire ; Broa na
villc, W. II. Myers; Coquiile and Ban
don, N. S. Holcomb; C'orvallie, F. L.
Moore; Cott igi Grove, E. F. Zunmer
man; Crcbweli, E. C. A 1 ford; Dalla-,
ii. N. Rmndf; Draiu, James Moore;
Eugene, B. F, Rowland ; Falls City, B.
A. Bristol; Gardiner, W. W. Edinocd
ao n ; Ualeey and Uarrtaburg, C. E.
Craudall ; Iodependence, G. Horn ard
Oaboru ; Jt ffereon, C. JI. Bryan; Jaoe-
tia City, J. II. Kkidaiore; L"ba-joc, M
P. D.xon; Mrahfiel(i, It C. L--e; Mjr
rje, B. F. Peck; Myrtle Poii.t C. A.
Iccxvell; Pr.ilcm-ttb, to be supplied;
Slitdl, K. M Corner; Silelx IoJi,u
Miwioo, E 11. Bryant; SpiiuQelJ,
Edward (iilten-; To e 1, D. L. Fielda;
WeLdlmg, J. O. Gregory.
tiranU Pa .If-tric: D. L. Simnie'-viil-,
I'rmidt'DC Eide-; A'lli..a, V fford
i.i ; AaiiiauJ, j. i. au -el ; tivpa-ii.
E li. KetchfSou; Catiionv.ll;', I.' t'.
L mtueiman ; Cirtta' Puh.t, E. R. ijoc.-t'-rt;
Deer Creek, to be aapplied; Fort
Btdwell, W. B. Peppe'; Klamail , W.
B Came; Glnudale, W. M Jordan;
Gran a r-, J. W- McDooa!; Jack
Moavi'de, M. McGregrj ; Klamath Fall,
N.J, llarbet; Klatnath Indiaa M.mI r.
A. M. Brisoin; Lakeview, D. L. Bhrtfe;
Medford, W. B.Moore; 0.kland, T.J.
Ferguson ; Pal-ley, J. B. Stock ; Il.ee
hurg, A. S. Mdiliai. ; Tea Mile, C. B.
U.-ee ; U il'iur, C M.Bre.; WilJeiV lie,
W. F. Rogers.
Portland dUtrict L. E. R:kwell.
Pi raid ng Eider; Attoria, Harold Ober
IViverton and Ames Chap.-l, II. L. H
Clair; Ciaciaroaa, Dimascos, 8. W.Pot-
te-; Cia'.akanie, J. K. ilawkias; C tone
and Bridal Veil, M L Ilaidiofhem;
ire ham, J. F. Nacgle; Montavilla, D.
U. Stephena; Moatt Tab.r, S. E.
M-min;er; Oiwer, A. C. Fairchill;
To-tland Centenary, W. B. HoliEg--
Led; CeUral, W. T. Krr; Chines
SLteion, C. A. Lewis; Portland carcair,
to be BOpplied ; Clark, Alfred Thorcproo ;
First Church, U. J. Talbotr, a-yataot,
B. J. Uoadley ; Grace, J. E. T. Ulh
rop; Patt, Andrew Monroe; St. Johu'e
C. E. Clins; Sillwood, W.-J. Walts;
fcanoysuW, II. B. Elwoithy ; Trinity, F.
L. Young; University Park, C T. Mo
Pherton; Wo-xlUan, Andrew Mosroe;
RockaooJ and Plaaaatt Valley, llsnry
M je ; W arreotoo and Cla'.sop, W. I.
Salem diatrict D. A. Watt era, Pretid
ii g Elder ; Amity, S. L. Ie; Brwok, J.
S aeeney ; C inby. R. E. Dui.lat.; Cor
nelius, i.F. S. Clemo; -Ia7ton, T. L.
Joaes; Dl ley, F. II. Caller; For e!
Grove, F. L. Belkuap; Il.lhU.fo, U. VI
Grannis; Lkfayette, A. F. Bche, L;n
c 'in, C. A. Hojvl ; M. M.i.nri I ., II. T.
AUintoo ; MatqaaT, F. C. Bail r; Ve
haruj.G.F. Boond ; Nehalem and Pay
1 ei a a ..
vyij, feraei i u man ; oeanerg, uiratu
Gould; Njnh Y'ambil', D II. Luck;
O-vginCity, W. G'iio; RaJe.o, First
Cbarco.voho Parson; L-e!ie, R, 2.
Black well ; S ivwrton, L. H. Prdttrs&a;
Sheridan. C. R. Harden ; Tilimock, Ga
briel Pykes; Turner. W. S. Gjrdoo;
Viols, J. W. Ex-r , V'oodhuro, G. II.
W. P. D ew, profenta r Wiliimclte Uoi
1. 1. Driver, lec'u er W.llarcs te Uoi
vereiiy. A. N. F eher, editor Pacific Christian
Roecburg High School News.
The students of the Forehurg high
school liave organized for the school
year and electe-l the following otlicers:
Beseie KUder, president ; Floyd Ramp,
vice president; Kate Fullcrton, secreta
ry ; Jerti; Kant, treasurer ; Tujs. Toau
aeud, editor. It was decidel that the
editor should have the high school news
printed once a week in the local papers.
Orange and black were chosen as class
colors and pennant pins or badges with
initials and class colors were ordered.
Meetings wHll be held at the call of the
preeident.. The boys also organiaed an
athletic club to be known as the "Rose
burg High School Athletic Association"
and officers: were elected as follows:
Hoy J Ramp, president; Win. Eurzell,
vice president; Edward K. Moiris.'isoc. ;
Thus. Townaend, treasurer ; rrol. L. R.
T raver, manager; Floyd Bamp, captain.
The track team has begun training for
the high jump, broad jump, shot put,
hurdle race, the dashea and other field
The monthly examinations will begin
next Monday. -The ' school welcomes
them w iUi fear and trembling. Quite a
number of new etudonts are expected to
enter within the next few weeks. Tho
Principal and hia assistants are gfraig
excellent satisfaction to all concerned.
- E. Ditob.'
STaNCI-lFFE WAT80N.- In Roae
burg, Monday, Sept, 30. 1901, Geo. E.
Stanciifid and Mrs. Nettle J. Wataon.
Only a few friends of the contracting
parties were preeent on tbe occasion cf
this wedding, bat tbe eyent was a happy
one, end marked (be anion of two moet
estimable people. Mr. Stand iff e has
been long a resident of Roaeburg, at
preaent following the vocation of carpen
try ; Mrs. Watson ia the danghter of Mri.
B. F Gilbert, of West Roaeburg, at
whose home tbe ceremony was perform
ed, Rev. Douirla official Ing. Mr. Gil
bert acted as groomatnaa and Miai In
man as briduamaid. After tbe ceremony
refreshments ware served to thi friends
present, who, with many others, Join- la
wishing the newly married couple long
life and prosperity. ' . '
NOAH. Sear Ccqulllw City, Mondav,
Sept. 30, 1901, Chas. Noah, aged about
i!4 years.- , ;.. ;.:
Deceased vaB reveroly injured- In a
lodging camp at Johneon'a mill, above
Cequill City, laat week, but was later
re port ail as improving. JU was a to a of
D. J. Noah," of Cimaa "valley, and a
nephew ut "J. W.'N'i ih, of tula. city. lie
leave a yruog wife, berddes many other
i relatives, tu niouro bis uu'.huoly Jealb.
' ft j Alay Legally Vote.
The sa t f the lei-ilature providing for
tbe incorporation of Roaeburg, containa
the foil iwlng ectioa defining the quail
heat ions of voters:
Sec. 13. No person is qati.fied 'o vote
at an election nnler this Act who baa
not been a resident of Ihe city for thirty
days, and in the ward in which he offers
to vote for ten days next preceding tnch
election, and a ho does not possess the
qualifications bf a legal voter in the
state cf Oregon, and he eball haye been
aeaeesod with taxable property aitliin
the corporate limits of thia cor rx ration j 1
on or brf..ir tue first day of S-ptember
next pr-te.lii g tu. b election, or shall!
have paid for a city 1 cecee between the
firat day of January in', preceding each
FOR MAYOR OF ROSEBURG.
I hereby anuouuee that I
have consented to become a
candidate for the office of
mayor of this city, in compli
ance with the request of a
number of citizen taxpayers.
I have an interest in the pro
gress and prosperity of our
city iu common with all other'
property owners here, and, if
elected, I shall appreciate the
honor bestowed and do all
iu my power to aid iu giving
Roseburg a commendable
E. V. Hoover, M. D.
FOR CITY RECORDER.
I hereby announce myself
as a candidate for the office ol
City Recorder, subject to the
wishes of the legal voters at
the City election to be held
on October 7. 1901.
V. C. London.
FOR CITY RECORDER.
I hereby annonnce myself
a candidate for re-election to
the office of city recorder of
Roseburg, Oregon, subject to
the decision of the voters at
the election to be held Oct.
7, 1901. D. S. West.
FOR CITY TREASURER.
I hereby annonnce, myself
as a candidate for the office
of City Treasurer, subject to
the wishes of the legal voters
at the City election to be
held on October 7, 1901..
Frank K. Alley.
Fv0R CITY TREASURER.
I hereby annr unce myself
a caudidate for the office of
city treasurer, subject to the
wishes of the legal voters at
the city election to be held
on October 7, 1901.
HARRY C. SLOCUM.
FOR CITY TREASURER.
I hereby anuouuee myself
a candidate for the ollice of
city treasurer, subject to the
wishes of the" legal voters at
the city election to be held
on October 7, 1901.
FOR CITY TREASURER.
I hereby announce myself
a candidate fcr re-elect ion to
the office cf city treasurer of
Roseburg, Or., subject to the
decision of the voters at the
election to be held . Oct. 7,
Found ; .
The ot lv place t t up-'o-dat-a foot
ear at the tight price.
iSr n, ai Shoe Pahlos.
We make and have on hand a
. a big stock of. tbe finest con
j.feetionery on Ui3 -market.
Ice Cream and Summer
Drinks "Served to taste
The Wilbur School.
Opens on September 23, 1901.
R.Mra1ar trade work, teachers' clanes,
latin, Uennan.rxH.kKecpliia. loutic. etc.
For particular addrcaa the prluclpal,
. , C. T. WHITTLESEY,
augt Wilbur, Oregon 9
Ely's fcreatn Balm
Eaay and plsaannt to
vm Contains ao in
it in quieKly arnnriiad."
illv-a Uelii.f at otiee.
It Uoeiis aud t'leanacs
uia raui I'uint.
COLD 'N HEAD
Ilnala and I'rouicu the Membrane, Iteatorea tbt
tMiii!" of Taata and KinnlU Laiya Siw, to) cnta H
pruircisU w by mail j Trial 81m, 10 eenU by mail.
aLY bKOmEUd, ( Wanwa SUwet, w Voxfc
C JL t. l
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v. .or at' m
We are now doing business in the "Old Marks Corner" and present a
full line of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Boots
and Shoes and Groceries, which are all up to the highest standard of g
excellence and at prices to attract the closest buyers, either for cash
or produce. To all our friends, while spending the day in town, we
can assure a welcome at our store and offer all the conveniences it
can give. Within the city, we can respond to orders by 'phone, and -
attend to same promptly through our delivery.
ir ka o rz) i- cr rr
Phone67i J I. lU 1 VI VaJ
...FLINT'S SHOE 5T0RE...
Dress Goods, Waistings, Velvets,;
Silks, Street Hats for Ladies
La U riUSLiN, 16 yds. for $1.00.
A verv large stock of SHOES. The very
latest designs in Fall CLOTH I FG. Men's
and Lcdies Underwear and Furnishings.
In Let we carry everything you will find
in a first class General Merchandise Store.
5 Our Prices:
wir are a! h- to compete with any.
N. SELIG, Myrtle Creek,
Otiaranteajd to eual any
grp - .
l m aw - r
W , Ik
E: L. KING, GenU Agent, 21S Sausome St., San Francisco ' Velvet Grass
F. VU. IwQAC U, r.ocal Hgt., Roseburg! Vetch Seed. '
FACTS ABOUT PAINT
True economy in paint is attained only
when the best of material is used.
If first-class paint costs only one-fifth more thau apoor
quality paint, and lasts just twice as long, it stands to
reason that THE BEST IS .THE CHEAPEST.
A full line of PAINTIISG SUPPLIESGUARANTEED PURE
LINSEED OIL, PIONEER WHITE LEAD at lowest market prices
A. G. MARSTERS & CO., Druggists
: ROSEBURG, OREGON
Merchandise Store 1
The New Fjrcrs Ou the Old
Coivntucntiiof fill etaxV; are crowl
ic U' ati'l we are cornliiel to
. . . SACRIFICE . . -
what remain of our ecyaEK rwT
w xas to rake rv-rrn. It-is oar rule;
to carry nothing ov-r from one -i.t
to' tootha-r. Prefer to drop
profits alb-ther. Almost doing
that eow. Thee f. gures are on!v
wiightly higher thai mtt. ijrri
however are ep to regular statvlar i.
V. orn-rti r Vi Tau, U 72 Ken f l". r Tana, i.T5
. jm - fit - auw
Chi: trea t lac at Coat " ; Sm " liTJ
W are not afraid to submit them to the ;
nvjrt economical buyers. We fed. aitu-
au-d as we are, with little expense, that j
Casruivillc, Oregon (
You Can't Beat , It
for beauty, eWxiioe f4 style,
fine hoich, r .oif yet aavl all
around excvfletK-, the ladies
ar wf.o bave worn and tested
our torus?" tffioe. For prom
eadeor dress weir, or party
!ipp-r. ot:r stock cmbraoea
everything U at i fathkinaLlc
fr ladies' and child rena' wear.
Onr school eht- for children
are w itboct a rival for durabil
itv and coraiorU
SIS SI IIS
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Caai. BraraVBarcx, Ttnf.
A Bakery from which cornea
the meet wholesotneasd aV
lie iocs M
Bread. Pies, Cakes, etc
A fall lit.e 'A Choice Cream
and other Candies,
MRS. H. EASTON
is r re pa-red to wait nnoa dI
n newcaVraer! aad frwrids
with a full and eompUrte
AU frwth and, of the very beet
quality. Teas aad cofie are
specialties. Your patrooaga
t , a-. r -
a awu iiaxvai .
FVa. Cakea aa Paatrr f a3 klw4
1 aw awiaa
t ta iu cuy.
Casdiea. Clear aad "la t
ia Taned aaarrtaarst ai
taa Sataa saavliy.
I. J. NORHAN
I A, OO to .. ..
For a Prompt and First-class
fchare or Hair-cut. Compe
tent Workmen, Clean Tow
els, Toc-Is always ia shape.
Baths in Connection.
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