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you yoor bhare of trade;
advertising in dall sea
sons brings yoa your share, and also
tbat of the merchant who "can't af
ford" to advertise.
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Published on Mondays and Thursdays Established 1868.
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1901.
The ROSEBURG PLAINDEALER until January I, 1903, for
in ADVANCE S
Theodore Kooscvelt fiesident
John Hay .Secretary ol State
Lyman J. Gage Secretary ol Treastuy
Eliho Root Secretary ol War
K. A. Hitchcock ...Socrc'aryol Interior
John D. Long Secretary ol Navy
James Wilson Secretary ol Agriculture
C. E. Smith Post Vaster Ueneral
Melville W. Fuller Chid Justice
John H. aliu-htll i j
Joseph sSiiaon j 1 e- 1'r
STATS OF OKEuOM.
Thoe. II. Tongue Congressman 1st Dial
M. A. Moody Uougrcsfcman 2nd Dist
T. T. Geer vjovernor
f. I. Duabar Secretary of State
C. s. Moore. tate Treasurer
J. H. Ackerman Sapt. Public Instruction
w. u. Leeds S ate Trintex
i. &. Blackburn Attorney General
C. K. Wohrerton)
K. 8. Bean Supreme Judges
f. A. Moore I
M.LXl.ambcri n Clerk Slate Land Board.
C B. Bellinger 0. 8. Dist. Judge
Zoeth Bonser , C. 8. Marshal
D. M. Duune .Collector Int. Bev
John Hall C. 8. Dist. Attorney
SCCOND JtDlCLXL D1STUCT.
W. Hamilton Judge
(co. H. Brown.. Prowuung Attorney
c. a. lasd orncx, immjiiu.
J. H. Booih EeceiTer
J. T. Bridges. ... Begibter
R. A. Booth Joint senator Douglas, Lane
K I) Biijs. , Joint Representative Douglas
a.C. Marweri Senator
D. &. Sham brook Clerk
C L. Parrott Ehenfl
G. W. Dimmick Treasurer
H D Thompson County Judge
F. B. Hamlin School Superintendent
H. B6ille;ie Aiaesaor
W.F. Brigys. .Surveyor
I. C. TwitcheU Coroner
J. C. Young,
LO. T. M. Roeeburg Hive No. 11.
Holds its regular reviews upon the
second and fourth Wednesday eve.
of each month in the Native bona' Hall.
Sisters of other Hives visiting in the city
re cordially invited to attend oar re
view. Faknik Mokbis L. C m.
DaisikC. AsraKSOs, K. K.
O. O. F. Pbiletarian Lndue No. 8.
Meets in Ode' Fellows' TV tuple, c r
ner Jsckeots. and Cass street, oi:
Saturday evening, of each wees. Jit-tubers
of the order in good Branding are
invited to attend,
J. L, IJo;us, N. O.
G. AY. PkRBY, Secretary.
U. S. Bcieree in Bankruptcy
A. K. Mcnois, i
r. S. TIlTHtt BCKKAC.
Thoa. Gibson Observer
swabs or c. a. rsssios aXAiiKKsa.
K. L. Killer, M. D., President.
J. C. Twitch!!, M. D-, Secretary.
K. DuGaa, M. B, Treasurer.
P. O. ELKS. Eoeehnrg Lodge No.
326. Holds regolar eommnoica
tions at I. O. O. F. Hal! on eevund
and fourth Thnwdays of each month.
All members requested to attend regu
larly and all vuittnx broUiers are cordi
ally invited to attend.
W. H. jAMHtaox. K. K.
V. C. Losdox, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Oak
Camp No. V25. .Meets at the Odd
Fellows' Hall, in Koeeburg, every
fire and third Monday evening. Vatit
icg neighbors alwava welcome.
F. 8. Godfekv. C. C
J. A. BccuASAS, Clerk.
IT IS WITH PLEASURE
WE ANNOUNCE THE
Wc have just received
Our S!ix-8 an? made by I'U &. Dunn,
of KucIk-pUt, X. Y., and we can as
sure you they are a firet cla8 shoe in
everyway. All we axle is for)outo
compare ihem with other shoes.
0eii until 8 o'clock.
4. if if if af ifaf if i.ifi ijiifsif. if af if if if af ifiafif if if
E. S. Koseburg Chapter No. 8.
Holds their regolar meeting on the
first and third Thursdays in each
noma. ieiuo merawu to sum ,,
itandins are reepectfully invitwi to at-1 tnat we w ould call VOUT attC
J p, ... P. Il U 1 1j t .
Mas. LiBBia Cobow, Secretary.
EBEKA11S. Roeeborg Kehekah
Lodit No. 41. 1.0. O. F., meets 10
Odd Fellows' Temple every Tueeday
evening. A isiting sisters and brethren
invited to attend.
l.viz Midi Li, N. G.
Am ata Bbadford. K. S.
& A. M. Laurel Lodge No. 13.
slds regular meetings on second
and f orth Wedneedavs of each
month. I. Woixknbebo, VY. M.
N. T. Jawrrr, Secretary.
Osteopathic and Neuropathic
Curvs acute, chrotiic and nervous dii-caws
without Vrugr or Kni e. iH;foniiiti' ani pi
nal tiM?ec a F-ta'.ry. it is not rubbuc
Lgaliz-d and iwcnued hj 11 states or more as
KH-nlific on.tat.ou free. Hours S to 11 Ju,
1 10 5. Call on or address.
T- Tavlor fc iiaon Bidg. Koeeburg, Oregon
ATIVE SONS. Joe Lane's Cabin No.
16, Native Sons of Oregon, meets
on the first and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting brethren always
eleome. O. P. Couhow, President.
Sam JofsrBsos, Secretary.
Kof P. Alpha Lodge No. 47. Meets
every Wednesday in I. O. O. F.
Hall a .7:30 n. m. Members in
good andiug are iovited to attend.
11. 1. MCVLAU.KK, J. J.
Faaa J0HJS805, K. R. 8.
jgLMEB V. HOOVER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
of the Kos
Special attention given to D
OUjce Main Ct., one door south of Ci
Phone. Main it!.
Q V. F1SUEE, il. D,
ILAC CIRCLE. No. 4, Women of
V-,w1-pft Mwtaon rirvtand third
a- Thnra.i of pac.h month at the Na
tive Sons, Hall. Visiting members in
good standing are invited to attend.
HATTia MORiAS, ouardian Neighbor.
Lrra Sacbt, Secy.
OfBoe over P. 0.
Phone Main 5S1.
JJR.GEO. E. HOUCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
C OF A. Court Douglas No. 32, For
esters of America. Meets every
1 Thursday evening in Native Sons'
Hall. Visiting brothers always welcome.
W. J. Mooaa, C. U.
Wax CcBBiia, R. S.
E. V. HoovsR, Physician.
Office Review Bid.
Phone, Main 31
Y W HAYNES,
AO. TJ. W. Roeeborg Lodge No. 16.
Meets the recopd and fourth Mon-
ininf xrh mnnth at 7:30 cm..
in the L O. O. F. Hall. Members is
good standing are invited to attend.
H. T. McClall", M.W.
F. W. Roach, Recorder.
D. 8. Wist, Financier.
Telephone So. 4.
E. M. CHEADLE,
Slocam a Hall
Attorney at Law,
Booms lit. Marstera Bldg., BOSRBUK9, Ok
JFBosineas before the 0 S. Land OfBoe and
Diuinc cases a specialty.
Late EeceiTer C. B. Land Omce.
JOHN H. SHUPE,
Business before U.S. Land Offlce and Probst
business a specialty.
Office Abraham Building.
J C. FTJLLERTON
Will practice in all the Btate and Federal Courts
Office fn Marks' Bldg., Roacburg. Oregon.
QOMMODORL S. JACKSON,
Attornev and Counsellor at Law.
Mining Law and Water Rights made
Masters Bid. RObEBURG, OREGOI
P W. BENSON,
Booms 1 and 2
Q.tORGE M. BROWN,
J A. BUCHANAN, Notary Public.
Collections a Specialty.
rq- J. !.( l l-.LTT,
Attorney at Law.
Taylor Wilson Block-
W. OF A. Myrtle Camp No. 6330.
Meets firtt and third W edneedays
each mouth at Native Sons' Hall.
Dan Fivbeb, . C.
Geo. Bybos, derk.
is upou us aud we have a lew specially warm thiutrs i
:ntion to. If vou conteiu- i
g plate purchasing a heating stove call aud see those
V. K'f '1 rO cIlMi-flirv ...Ml 1 . , . . . 1 - ,
a ets aud Comforts that are waiui enough
flue cuough to suit all corners. A special ventilated
Pillows is oue of the latest attractions and one look
will convince you they are the only Pillows made
worthy of your attention.
We can Cat pet your house from cellar to garret
with anything you may desire and will guarantee ev-
ery carpet sold to be as represented.
B. W. STRONG,
THE CltnviTimr a. a.r s- -v c
THE 5T0NE STORY
Authentic Photographs and Snapshots Which Illustrate
the Latest Phase of the Big Kidnapping Story.
Bring Us Your ...
FOR CASH OR TRADE.
J. F. BARKER & CO
DEGREE OF PONOR. Mystic Lodge
No. 13. Meta 2nd and 4tb Thurs
day evenitB of each month in Na
tive 80ns' Hall. Visiting members cor
dially iwvtted to attend.
Mas. CC6I DALES, J. Ol 11.
E. IL Lkxxoz, Rec.
O. E, FOURTH REGIMENT. O.
. N. (J., meets at Armory Hall every
" Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock.
F. B. Hamua, Capt.
Its the school ehoe that gets the
hard knocks. Cast Iron would be
junt the tbiDjr for schor)l shoes if it
were more pliable and not quite
eo heavv. The next Wrt thing is
our tweeted line of HENDERSON
SCHOOL SHOES made from
Oiled Grain, Box Calf and
Its time to call and see our
WINTER SHOES in all the
latest shapes and leathers
Good alues at $2.25, $2.50
Tickets for Piano Contest.
...FLINT'S SHOE STORE...
.Who Pays the Grocer?!
Oar customers pay ns and they do it without kicking,
because we sell the bent groceries, staple and fancy, at
the ruont reasonable prices in the city. If yoa don't
know this to be a fact, prove it by giving ns trial
order. Thone 163.
-oo .A.NI uwiaxio. A
Splendid Values at
$1.25, $1.50, $1-75 and 2.00
...See na before you buy...
11 1 wm
Twenty-five men wanted to work on
;o2ld) Poseburg Water 4 Light Co,
Jeweler and Op
tician. Jackson St:, - ROSEBURQ
Hints to Housewives.
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.. .. .'-.,-!,
i ... - i-
fss Elieh M.Stone
v - a r:
PAID DEATH PENALTY
Czo.gosz Went to the Ghalr ta
confessed anJ LorepentaaL
V ALTOPSY WAS HttD.
iirain Above the 'Normal. Body
DiiiroycJ by Acid. Buri
ed at Auburn.
the Brcand's Stronghold
Turkish soldiers fL -f it
wvovrATvT 'ir -1V ' I IjirT
... ;.?v rr.- -V . ;.....
- . . y&j f r
Prince of Bulgaria
sue eeui;.,., kina-iD2 " 159 tiien .M. hte, u... Amencan woman aissi-iaarv, br i;cL-r in W-nul Las
7? " v ' c wr,u- "eveu t nrai atUtuJe u univerIIv roaimended and tie eivil
world w onnde,.t that the State IX-parttuent at WVhinn aiU grt to U.e very bottom f the incident in pUciw tb
.r,.WJ ,ti, ueioLin. me aooie i.a:ii.ne Mioas 3Ium tilen M. Stone, the captured minirr, aE.J her
-a.. -r. .-u,ue. vau. Uei oi ue ul loreiga Missionaries aud Trince Ferlicanl the Ruler
NEWS SL' M.t A R I Z LD.
State and Ucneral News Condensed
tor Busy Readers.
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have good
fresh Groceries, and to get them promptly
wheu ou order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181,
for go ' goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
THE SUNSET GROCERY...
Will continue to be, as it has been, the leader in quality
and prices. Don't forget that our goods are all new and
freeb. A trial is respectfully solicited.
safWe handle Albany Creamory Butter.
T T - V w F TVT 37. r-i rvr
J2J DrVVyj.! GC trUVJTU,
Grneral Mi!is' re(-orts th m tbat the
total U. S. army namler i4 SU, itb
3,Co9 soldiers un duly in the I'liilip-
Il does not pay to feed sixty cent
beat to fio,.s, bence Union county
farmers bsve dispneed of several thou
sand huedels to oa'side tujers.
Tbe Columbia river und Oregon Tim-
bermau in giving a list of recent trans
fers of timber lacd eavs: Ten thousand
three hundred and eighteen teres on the
Umfq'ia River in Douglas county haa
been sold by Thomas Hirsih and others
of Msrchfield to an eastern firm.
Loudon bad a "black" (04 Saturday
niaht . o dark that it penetrated
theaters. Drivrrs bad to abandon their
cabs in nuuieioas instances. An Eoc-
llsb friend says a "black" fog is simply
.ndeactibahle, and it bio's out da light
about as effectively as tbe manufactured
Chat. F. Charles tbe hero of tho at
tempted train robbery, near Walker's
Station, says, regarding tbe number oi
robbers. While the moon a as obt cured
by a fog he saw the men distinctly, and
tbe only thing tbat saved one of the rob
ber's life was that Engineer Lucas stood
between him and Charles' leveled shot
gun. Charles is powuve that there were
tao robbers engaged in the hold-up.
Edgar Jay Briggs, ho banged him
self at his bom. near Slif rman, Coon.,
recently, was the last member of a once
influential Connecticut family that baa
been eliminated by suicide. Lying in
suicides' graves in tbe village cemetery
where EJgsr J. lirigns was buried are
bis great-grandfather, yrandfalher, fath
er, brother, andto sisters. Since tbe
suicide of Edgar Briggt, 50 years ago, 22
of hia descendants have taken their own
Repeated ram ire of King E.I ward's il-
nese, succeeded by dauials, have culmi
nated io a stitdment by a London paper
that the King Is sutforiti,; from cancer ol
tbe throat thai three operations have
heeu performed, and that the trouble
is of cancerous nature aud ineradicable.
This will doubt'ets be denied a I jo, but it
rill be generally credited neyerlheletd.
Ihe Kiog'a pareuts were cousiur, and
his life up till recently has not been coo
ducive to longevity.
Qoats for Sale.
Three hundred head of choice stock
goata (Angora) for sale at reasonable
Srlc l. Address J, I. Chapman. Wilbur,
flessenger Charles to be Rewarded.
Close of Pan-American Exposition.
Transvaal to be Re-peopled.
Portland, Oct. 29. For the heroism displayed in the
recent hold-up of the Southern Pacific train near Eueene,
Express Messenger Charles P. Charles will be rewarded by
his cmplojcr, the Wells Fargo Company. The reward
will come in the shape of promotion, but to what position
is not yet definitely known by any one here. The mes
senger, however, has received orders to proceed to San
Francisco, where before many weeks he will be satisfactor
ily placed. As a result Mr. Charles is packing up his be
lougiugs at his little home at 14S North Sixteenth street,
preparatory to starting South.
Relative to the transfer of Mr. Charles, Eugene Shel
by, the Wells, Fargo Conipauy's Portland agent, today
"Yes, it is true that Mr. Charles will be trausferred to
a better position in San Francisco, but as to just what po
sition will be given him I cannot say. A. Christeusor,
manager of the Pacific Coast Departmeut, I understand,
will find room for Mr. Charles down South, and through
his superintendent has notified him to that effect. It has,
however, been Mr. Charles' desire for some time to te
transferred, so as to make San Francisco his home, for the
reason that his relatives live there, so while his transfer
may be looked upon as a promotion, it would probably have
occurred regardless of the recent act of bravery.
"When iu San Francisco a couple of days ago I learned
that the officials there had discussed Mr, Charles' promo
tion, aud I understood that something would be done - iu
recoguitiou of his services, for arrangements were then be-
iug made to piace him."
PASSING OI? "RAINBOW CITY."
Attn.,;;. V., Oct. 20. Leon Cxol
tu i-:tt of i'reaidant McKio
Usy, was e tt::ro:tiied al 7:12:33 this
Ti-eji'y lUt wVewed tbe execntioa
of Oi lri rtta-a ! 'he lorxil fiad
inj in ks m- wit t-i-niJ ai follow:
Fi-jc, p. Jaetkel. At-ban;
A-hlty W. C-ile. A fiinr; H. H. Binder.
Ar,y; c.-i.flM U f-koBer. Albany;
itx. te-tj-, Xjrw cb, N Y.; D. L. Ia
iVle, We: &-..!; H.o. Ely, Bingbamp
t i.;C:iJ. Wxscr, Syracuse; Cba,.
K. !fa:.r. l;:.2.j0; Dr. G. B, Trow
.-, LtfT. W. w. A. Howe,
l'u'p, N Y , a 1 Joan A. SUchsr,
N- Y .
Ta ji.-c n we-re; Dr. Carlos A.
f :! ! V X Yj-k.aaiDr.Gerji,
U:hr W;;-i4-s.,4 wer: IT R .rjnita.
Tr.t;W. I. WJ. Bicheaifer: C. F.
Rit .ii.n. A iT-n ; iio. A. Peck, Aa-r-n.
N. Y : W. S.TatM
lUMD-rtf-fta pr.soo. who asstfted
W.rdei. M i!, aal three sewisaper
fj l i ,t a nibt. He
S.e' i u:r t. Hi awok. fioallT
t 4A .Wk.
rs.ur:r; j ;t cervoas attack late
llv, Iku iaiiicj raea and stoic op
''- time t.'.e prla e'.caed at 10
'j ock. He rriel tj heel the word
J :he r!es:e who cams t.j nr;e epiritoal
p-er.t:oa fr death, sal diclined t
re-jm' rsc R:a:aa CatWiiewaa or to le-
nmcc4 acirrbi'm. Cxilfys showed no
et-vst of love for kin. air did hstnm
tsn' of t: o-e h:gber coosiderationa
r LS o .!.nir::y cLiim tbe thaohta of
minoxa.'iin rv:l:. Ha ntt
sve :ci ua:o:i tortura. bnt ooi
rd.y he eaaed es.;en and icderent.
tbe ute is not to SGrrroder porseesiofj
A Lu bJr, and by soadown it will hiv
recrv.Iy p sced ia gTcaadeoutrallei
ty tie tLc:.!f o! At born pLxn.
BJ3T or czloz.
'AcEiix.S Y..0.1.23. J. Wsrree
MeaJe, A??nt ani Warden Auburn
Tr too : I hirebr authorize yon, ae
warden of Aabarn pruoa. to difpoee of
the bo ly ci my brother, Leon CaoJgosx,
burr Leg it ia tie cemetery attached to
the priaja, as provided by the U of the
siaot New York. This rtqoeat si
mile upon Ihe ezprecs nnJerauadiBg
:htt no part cf h remain. wUI b
given to idt person or society, bat tbe
entire body wi'l be baried in accordance)
w th tha !t, ia tbe cemetery attached.
to the prijoa. ' Wauisca: C Jiooaa.
"J.ns A. Sukuu,
"Globxos A. Ga-iHAa,
tii-LIN ABOVE SJsVMsL.
Acerk-x, S. Y., OiU 29. An aotopay
of the brain c-f Cxjoei was made today
by eminent physicians and inrgeona.
fhe braio ezaminatioa showed that the
brain was above normal, mod y the
ssrprif o! three preset t.
scid rot:au cvta the boot.
Shor.ly a'.terwird it wa taken to the
prison cemetery and ex'r.ordinary pre
caatioos take j to co niletely destroy it.
A few days ao, mder th-j warden's
order, an cxp rij eot was mtdi to de
termine tbe power of qnick'ime In the
J.tru:;ioa of dieh and boa', which waa
n t satisfactory. Warden Meid, who
eonftr.ed with eoxe cf the phyaiciani
present and de'ernr'ned, in rocj isctkn
with Sjptrin'en.'eat Co'.l ns, that as toe)
purpose of the Uw wai the d.aijoctioo
of the tody, i; wts not recearary to bm
)n;ck'iime for tliAt end. Acco-dingly, n
carboy of sc'J was obulacd anl poozvd
upon the body in the coiSa al;er it had
been kwire J lu'o the g it;. Straw wi
used in the four carters ol tv.a grav. aa
the earth waa pn: ia to g ve rent to inch
gisoo as mUlt forrr.
It is (he biiiel of the physicians that
theb dyw- l te entirely disintegrated
wilhin 12 btn . Darin tnat time and
aa loot as is d t meJ n.e i a-y a gnard
will be kept v-r ihrt nr marksl Rrave.
Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 31. Forty-eight hours aud the
glories of the "Rainbow City" will exist only in the mem
ories of the hundreds of thousands who have eujoyed its
(Continued on the Fourth Page.)
Call tor Sealed Bids.
Kojebur, S i t. 7. 1SW1. Sealed bids
wilt be reciev.d t.v the rcuaty court to
opera'.e tbe I-on Kork ferry lor three
yers, Oood and eutnesent bonds wul
be reqmreo. nw in o. receivea op ta
I :W o c'ock, Mue:aT, ov. 6, 19UI.
il. L). rtompson.
Troxe iu valu. Vy invwrting 10 eenl in
triul kuo cf FJ v'3 Croaai r.alia. DruggiaU
8uii.W it aud wo mail it. FuIIbimSO ant.
1XY HKOS., M Warren St, Kaw York.
Clifton, Arizona, Jon. ii, IS59.
Measra. Fj.t I'.ko.: Mease send ni.aOO
cent bottlo ot tcan Paha. ' I find your
remedy the quietest and meet permanent
cure for catarrh and cold in th. head.
Dan. M. IVTrrTt. en. M s:r. Ajix. Gold XL Co.
IJessrs, Km Hbos.: I have been afflicted
with eaurrh for tweuty yaars. It made me
to we.de 1 UiouU 1 had eonsruuption. I
g,.t ou: fcotfio ot Ely'aCteani Ealm and la
tVn; ' vs tho discharge stopped. It is the
Ust lucdiciue I have used fur catarrh. ,
, FrolextaCal. Fun E. toawa