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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1902)
Cregou llifitore I 5 octet
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Ia basy seasons brings
you yoor share of trade;
AilvMrtiKinc in doll sea
J a vnrj important factor in 4
nVcia do credit on a fcocd
business hooew. Iet us do yonr Job
sons brings yon your share, and also
teat of the merchant who "can't af
ord" to advertise.
Friutjng we. Knaraotee it to be in.
Published on Mondays and Thursdays- Established 1868.
every way Batibfactory. '
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1902.
I K i A i .'I
- Fur Boas,
1 Anips - i
H n korcbiofs for Ladies. Mieeee and Children ; Men, Youths
and Boy a. The finest line ever shown in the city.
Open until 8 o'clock.
LATE MEWS SUMMARY
MR... BAILEY.-AT WORK
STATE, GENERAL, fOREIGN.
Cream of the Dispatches Dished
Up in Condensed Form for
the Busy Reader.
England Thinks U. S. Should Prove
Reasonable Steel Bark Cap
sized- Sum pter Blizzard.
food and Dairy Commissioner Be
gins Crusade at Baker City
PREDICTS ANOTHER WIR SOON r'Ce $350
I A Happy and Prosperous
is the wish of 13. W. STRONG, the Fur
uiture man, and in line with our wishes
we have a few special bargains to offer
for 15 days. TO CLOSE OUT a lot of
remnants of Wall Paper for 5 and 10 cts.
per double roll to make room for new
stock that will arrive later.
we have, only- in broken sets, at special values
Several lota of Brussels and Ingrain Car
pet remnants, containing from 5 to 15
Yds. that we will eell at special bargains.
A few odd chairs that are as good as any
Kememoer uie place.
B. VV. STRONG,
THE FURNITURE MAN. Roseburg.Ore
Bring Us Your
American Says China la Open.
ly Violating the Pro
tocol. : '
L. KING, GenM Agent, 218 San some St., San Francisco.
OT. C. COWIaTER, Local ASt., Roseburc
A foreigner named Thoreon ia In jail
London, Dec. 31. Commenting upon the statement
irom Reuters Washington correspondent concerning uie Bakeb Citt, Dee. 30 A. N
tTokioi0rh.t.pp.a.edtobe .n at- probability that Secretary, Hay and Lord Pauncefote, Brit- vnwmuuct tb Sigma Cr-amery d
tempt to ....in..e Ja,.'s Emperor. ish Ambassador at Washington, are arranging a commis- 1Tb!m!1V ftTE
sion in which the United Stages, Great Britain and Canada unco(
ot will be represented, for the settlement of the Alaska l)onud"- jj
arv and other outstanding: differences between the coun
Portland will bid on a contract to load
2,000,000 feet of lutnbn? and 4000 ton
forage wanted by the Army Di-artmeat
. I A A A. T A. AV I. I
Suts Food and DAiry OocsinW
W. Bailr. ot cbarjrM of bar
g committed a miademMoor ia traaa-
jreMing apoa the food and dirr Un of
The aabatauce of
filed wa that th
. .. . . . I 1 1 " a. 1 ? 1 a. a .at. AH a. a. i a I
iiauiway, was eeriooeiy iDjared 6turUay ICUrea tne lSinmiau canai ircLy wiiiiuut iu c4UIviiculy i jendot bad pUced opoo torn m.rk
afternoon at the ewitch a mile outh of TTnn1 Ctc dimtM nniir ri rvf rannaMc. I rolls of hatter rontainine lea waubt
Bompter, than provided h law. 32 ooocea. It
wa allied tbe batter wai aold Vj the
trade Ddcemner 17, aod porported to be
f I ! , . T . . i . .
roKtLAKU, avcc 31. uia, cb.r.edMr.SaoQdert with bavioc aold
All news agents on the traion of tbe
Northern Pacific bare been discontinued
since the first of Janoaiy. Daily papeis
are kept on the dioiug-cars and supplied
by one of tbe waiters.
FRENCH BARK ASIE CAPSIZED.
timbers that could be heard blocks away, the big steel four- tub batter or packed bottar remodeled
Frank H. PeveT. the lamHt owner LU TTt, Kolr Ac! iinc?7Pr1 tonnlt'nir ovt anil rame ,oto "l"' wUboat P"f marklfig
' 1 a,aaa a. ia v AA una at a ajiu w u diAivu vaBaAMaw w a ...
nf rrinl..t. in tl. m..nt il I tne pTOJOCt "lOO DOlUr." II WM Al
io the world. dii at ch-M xiond.T. 0i near carrying the dock away and sinking. leged tiu. tM done December 24. aod u.
poeomouia. Mr. Pfavey carried a life ISO lives were lost and Only One man, a longshoreman, '"te'iy onerea tor eaie.
inBo.ancepohcTfor$I,376.U)0. L,m.J PhorU Pncpntliol wa ininraxl Hi initirlfc are
Je8ie Coombs, eon of Pierce Coombs,! . , r" 11 a 4i i j
a stockman of Lakeuew, shot and killed uul !criuus auu tuusisis vi sukiaa wuiusiuu vuw
hiuMa Mot.dy muroii c on his fatber'aland a sprained leg. The captain's wife was rescued from
r-ncn u m k. rom L.AXev.ew ue was - , hh difficulty and was Uken asbore in a small
u years oiu ani uaj ireqaeotiy baio lbt I ' '
ha intended takioc bie life. boat.
Alter an abeence of nearly sis roontbs
After being mada aeqoaiated with tbe
complaints, air. 8nDler pleads aoiry
to the fint cbarae, ea-i ba waa fined 2S
aod coata. To tbe aacoa J alleaii ja be
atatud that tbe butter bad been placed
oa tfw mtrket. bat throagti igooraoca of
t'ie law ouverioc tbe matter ba waa not
inc aoCK upou wuicu iuc sic icsts is a, iiu an uuuic ,il00ld be wrapped or steadied with tbe
in me tsiBKiyooe 01 u.iuornia tbe l'lJ ot ; .t,,Vt,
tlaLt of tbe h. P. comDiai hai rolntniHl I J J J J
of tV.e Asie,
An effort will
itiau of tbe maoafactnrer, waiftbt atd
locattua of the lac lory The expl tsatiea
oflVred by tba oVfendaat waa riewrd
ttb lioM-acy by the too it, and it aa
decided to dieavsi the charge.
Ibis ia toe nnt insunca cl aa appre-
henmoo by tbe comsiiaaiooer onder tba
taw in this aectios. Mr. Bailer arrived
Laura Imia hia kMa.tnnA.4aM mt Pnrtlaral
Sumpter, Dec. 31. The fearful blizzard which raged Frtd.y njj.bl inaogoraied biacrWd
in tbiacity thia morning.
BLIZZAD IN SUMPTER DISTRICT.
FOR CASH OR TRADE.
. & . M 11 Li era a k W A
I a aj
to ita old camp ground at. Latbam, just sel will go down. captain uiivana, master
within tbe eonnd of the btiis of Cottage was not aboard when the accident occurred.
Groye. Tie Inspector Cole ia at tbel. , . , .
helm. I oe maue ai once 10 rigui iuc cssci
Ioceaaant rain io Pennsylvania baa re
quited in a daogeroas Irtstet Ia the
Schuylkill Kitr, which u 15 feet aboye
normal. All of the big indns;rial plants
. on, to. oconyiaiu at naynna ana ist week over the Nortwest was felt in thisvicinitv to
rristowo are flooded and work baa .... -r , jf
been sospended. considerable extent. In the mountains the snow drifted to
SianorMArconihai accented tbe cfiw I a preat deDth in soine of the canyons, and travelers state
01 the Canaaian govern
him land and iacil.
permanent station for the reception of ties are reDorted. and the onlv damaee learned of is that
1 . . . . .... I a -1 w
wieKrapm: iliMflM will 11 , t U-l. A... K foil
ing on it.
WILL SELL FOIi ANY OLD PRICE.
6"-ru " -"
:overnmeni tender.og many teamsters and others who were out suffered extreme-
utiee for the erection uf , , . . . , , , v i
at Cape Breton, a ly from the biting winds and Wincing snow. INo casual-
wireleea telfcgrapnic mesaaree' will
erected at once,
The announcement cornea from St.
Paul, the bf adqnartera of the Northern
Pacific and Great Northern road, that
both of tbeee roade coon atiooance a
revision of their principal freight tariff,
covering tbe eut re territory between St.
Paul and the Pacific Coit a ad eaUblieb
ing lower through rates.
C. H. Markbain bae been elected vict-
pteeidency of tbe Houston A Texas Cen
tral Railroad Compa-sy and a such be
comes ita executive head. He is t
if THAT THIS
l V IS BRANDED
$3.00 06 $3.00
THE "EHte" SHAPE
Kibo Kid, heavy
stitched sole, medi
um low heel, high
wamp, a snug close
fitter and very styl
ish. Only one of ma
ny styles to chooso
...FLINT'S SHOE STORE...
Superintendent Hmcben of tne Wash
ington 8tate hatchery, at Chinook, baa
discovered an entirely new enemy of the
yooog salmon. For a number of morn
ings be noticed that there were many
salmon in tbe troughs d end ttb tbetr
beads missing. Ooe night P RUSSian Minister to China, M. Paul LeSSar, has informed time with mora power and sncceaa.aacb
lo,.a Ike au no a t ."A . Jk i.mmA A la, a, I ' I r W.. A I M a a. J
Who Pays the Grocer?
Oar cafetomers pay ns and they do it wlthont kicking,
becaase we Bell the beet groceries, staple aod faucy. at
the most reasonable prices in tbe city. If yon don't
know this to be a fact, prove it by giviDg as a trial
order. 'Phone 163.
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have good
fresh Groceries, and to get them promptly
when ou order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181,
for go. d goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
THE SUNSET GROCERY...
2 Will continne to be, as it hue been, the lader inrjnaliiy
K( end prices. Don't fonift that onr ito..de are all new aod
as freb. A trial ia reepecifniU eohciit-d.
,sti 3"We handle Albany Creamety Butler.
CLOYD St BROWN.
aaX44MA "1f , Mf "it T I.. T HlT 1a tmt'l mi
If yon want to buy a farm
If you want furnished rooms
If you want to buy a house
If you want to rent a house
If you want to build a house
If you want to move a house
If yon don't know PAT
call on or address . . .
Predict Another War.
5 aw OB. Dec 3). Cbarlea F. Uaa
tuun, superintendent ol colporteara to
lite American Bible Society La Northern
China, vritee to the society concerning
the present aitnatioa in the Chinese Em
pire aa folio ars:
"WrjilealShaogbtd I obeei red thai
the Chinee Government waa opaaly
violating ttw pruvieiona of the protocol
lim great ea.pii a woold shake tfl
Euro pi an doarm tiioa. Tbowaanda of
boatload of small arms and ammaaitioa
era paaaiog aerkly op the Taagta.
Kiang and tbe arat-nats were being en
larged and aotked t'tj and ntgbU Car
Paris, Dec. 31. All the newspapers here today pub
lish an address to the shareholders of the PanamaCat
Compauy, issued by M. Bunau-Varilla, a large sharehold
er. In this address, which takes up half a page in the pa- (9ee of explosive were being
ners. M. Bunau-Varilla urees that the only course open in cd th- v Emprees Lad iasoed
, . . . r , , I loatiotUnna to all itficiala to recruit th.
order to clear the situation is for the company to mak e, L. m. .Dd .iw to in(o,m b-, to
irtAntTeiht Jy 7, a straightforward offer to seU the proper-h.hung.uength of each dwiaio. d
the Southern Paciac. i:h hra ioaarters tv for Sio.ooo.ooo, or, better still, notity . the lstnmian
at San Francisco, but waa formerly gen- Commission that it can, itself, fix the reasonable purchase
...I f..:.Ul . at I '
southern P.c:Qc Company's Oregon Pnce a' which, its report said, it would have recommended
the Panama route.
Onaranteeil to erjual any
1UJ machine. ......
1 Who will win the Prize? 1
Ft every CO rert p-fha at my store yoo cot ocly gt
' valne ecrivrl In i tw-t:t ard rst.t vruK-ritKi id Iowa
. . a lowt r-a, hnt a.tirLtt which may tuak yon tha
""innr j? the ha 'tTrue pr.z ihe extra lrg x doll,
aow on exhil itton i- n y store window. Call early before
the tickets are all out.
See those and $2
ALBUMS AND PHOTO MOUNTS AT
CHURCHILL & WOOLLEY
'-yvf''Vfv.- -a. W-aA..v.-A. f
F. C. LADD.
ANKING you for. past favors and
?hing yon ranch happiness and
protperitv for ioc-2, we asK for a
coutinuance of your patronage which will
be met with our careful attention and appreciation.
WILL REACH PEKIN- NEXT WEEK.
PEKIN, Dec. 31. The Chinese court will proceed by
train from Pao Tine Fu for Pekin Tanuarv 7. The
tbe time miitred to concentrate the
force at a given point.
There were and era many ctber un-
promiiiog feature wbbb weighed beavi.y
npoo tbe minds ol faces iolereetsd. 1
must believe that tbe end is not yet, and
that within 10 years and possibly within
five, a war will ensue tba like of which
tbe world bas never known. For cen
turies Chita b.a bean making repeated
attempts to expel the foreigner, each
lime profiling by past experience, each
Furnishings, XaTotions, Stationery
I "The Racket-Store"
VVVVv. wmeyvevava-r VeV
laiurn that Mnea aif if amnst (Atinr. ikaf aa
wo. uw vauw ua iaa awwaa aaaaak as I a, . . w
nnmberof rate jumped on the edge of tbe the Chinese plenipotentiaries, rnnce cuing ana Wang
tronghaandaemA iy went fiehing. The Wan Shao, that the Russian Government will refuse to
water, graDat , . u ir.t,n.... .-..,. n.A Via -W,,i!nn ! -.-iv
yonng salmon by the head.bite it off and anicuu iuc iuauvuuuau wij, u
start after another. Tbe rata io the vi- I tlCally a deadlock.
cinity are Deiug extermined as last ai
p060'6- PKTvTN. Dec. 11. It is renorted amontr the Chinese
I - 1 t o
The last of tbe few r-maioingiotsof this offic:a 1- tt,at M. Lessar declared that unless the treaty was
reavr'a. ilried Drunnn in lhA vicinit nf f.r. I
' " I a - t-k a a
yallia wereeoid iat week. The aggregate concluded by tne Uussian new year, Kussia wouia break
about 100,(00 pounda, and tbe price paid 0ff negotiatians with China and maintain her occupation
cara at Corvallie. Tho buyer is the WU- f Manchuria.
lamette Valley Prone Aastxiation, which
will take tbe prunes to 8alem and there I STILL BUY SHIPS FOR WAR.
proceea and pack them for shipment.
The ealea iucludq the boldioga ofD.O.
Pna. .knnt . 01li iwitiiiil.i Pka.1..
"V"! -aw-a - piuuug, VU.I IC I .a".l 1 t a y
Biakeslee, about 4n,ooo pounda; and eagerly negotiating ior tne purcnase 01 warsnips in ureat
William Groyee, Charles Pernot and J. Britain, savs the London correspondent of the Tribune,
T WW !. t-a I t t0
ga'teTeto bas, it is said, been lucky enough to acquire two tor-
oiwii Bros, ehanrv-d two crwd of pedo-boat-destroyers, now being built on tne i names to
apples last wefk t Hamburg, Germany, the order of Brazil, which latter country has been tempted
. .ta a- .... I - a
At-eatnct quarantine reflations estaD- , lU , crJ Tt, ,,.. 1. !, 1 UA
II. UA V.. t ..!.. .t I I U V IUC KVUU UUlfcUi A , CJOVl J -XL U MUUUCU
time better eqiipped aod better planned
Sta ia now preparing aa never before
buytag-raet quantities' of superior weap
ons aod reorganising ber armies on. a
correct basis. Therefore the orxt at
tempt will be gigantic in force and terri
ble in execution. It wilt result ia a nni-
verral upheaval and tba final dismem
berment of this empire at a terrible
rionthly Weather Report.
New York, Dec. 31. Both Chile and Argentina are
The following data, covering a per Sol
of 24 years, hare been complied from tbe
Weather Bureau records at Rjsebarg
Month of January f r 24 year.
Mean or normal temperature, 40 deg.
The warmest tnontl was that ol 1J9.
with an average cf 44 deg.
Tte coldest month wa. that of loo's
with an averaite of S5deg.
Tne Highest temprature 71 deg. on
The low.st temperature was 6 deg. on
Average data on w tilth oral Killing
frot occur! in autumn, Oct. 14.
Averaged date on which "killing"
all Pacific coast fUtesmukes the matter the end of next month. . Argentina has a large cruiser on
of shipping to that country decidedly tte st0Cks at Elswkk, but it Cannot be delivered Until next 't occared in epring. MayS,
haxardons, aa many carloads already I I pbsciittation (raio and mer
shipped from other coast points have I OUmmer.
been rejected by the German insneclore.
bat to do awsy wilh any postibla troa- TRAGEDY NJCrAK SPUKAJNh,.
ble Messrs. Orwell Bros, had each box ol
frnit in tbeee two carload- inspected by SPOKANE.DeC.il. A double tragedy took place this
A. H. Carson, horticultural commieaion . , ... ., r .1 . n
er .nd inepector for bi. district, and bis morning at Wayside, 1 5 miles north of this city. George
cettificate to the tffect that the fruit Vroman, Postmaster and a leading merchant, shot his six
!"n?!" "cPle1 tbe year-old dauehter. then shot himself, both dying in a few
011 is 01 lauing. Aimes. 1 w
a r vca .w o minutes without making any statement as to the cause
A. I . Wnndrilfl i.nitnr nf tha K rnurn I
Family Hotel, 21VA Grand ayenne. Vroman's wife Secured a divorce from him last week on the cloudy days, 10; cloudy days, 19,
Average for tba month 3.84 inches.
Average number of daya with .01 o' an
inch or more. Id.
The greatest monthly precipitation was
Vi 23 inch. In lS'.K).
The least precipitation was 1 fltf inches
1 n lsy7.
Tnegr-ate'U auonnt of precipitation re
corded in any 2 conxecntiv hoira waa
3.0a Incbea 00 litu, ana l-tin 1001, auu
on 23 rd and 24. 181)0.
CtOl'OS AND WSATHIB
Average number clear day, 4 ; partly
Portland, ahere the destructive fire charge of cruelty, and the two daughters
uiuuuui last, luurniiy. was arreeveu , . . , , , . , ,
Tuesday atternoon by Datecttves Suow her CUStody. It IS thought Vroman brOOd,ed
and Kerrigan, charged with tin larceny and the tragedy IS the result.
01 gnetta' property at that place, ibree
F F. pattern,
grips snd ooe trunk, containing portions
of tbe stolen property, wore recovered.
"I took the stuff myself. I found tbe
things outside tbe hotel afier (he fire. I
was drinking at the lime and did not
Know clearly what 1 was doing." con
MARCONI'S NEXT EFFORT.
New York, Dec. 31. According to a Herald special
from Ottawa, Ontario, Mr. Marconi, who is here, is plan-
teesed Woodruff after his arrest. Previ-1 ning to increase the power of his wireless telegraph station
oueiy, woodruff bad aseerted-partica- in Cornwall with a view of the transmission of messages to
believed firemen had utoien the things, points iu South America and Africa,
The prevailing winds bav been from
The hiitheet velocity ol the wind was SO
miles from the S.iuti 01 8tb, mi, 27th
Itm, aal Slat. 189a.
This. Gtneo.f, Weather Ob-wryer.
Rjwburir, Oregon. Date of issue,
Do. ?3, 190)..
Clearance Sale Begins
We name such prices ou Ladies and Misses Jackets and,
Walking Hats mentioned below that had ought to move
them very rapidly. This is our full stock in our Myrtle,
Creek store. Same reduction applies to what may be
in stock in Canyonville.
t. iie 3W Cape, hardlv enough to mention, only 1 plash, wj
Sixe-WCape 1 clotli cape, splendid value, waa....
Biae 36 Cape, 1 cloth cape, splendid valne, was
SiaeS6 Calf, 1 cloth cae, rpU-ndid value, waa .
Jacket. 2 Slieees Jackets, sire 14 yrs , we
Jackets, 2 Mi8 Jacket?, ite 4 and 6, was
Jackets, 6 Ladi-s Jacket., eize 3-3S, was
Collaret tee, only one left, color grey, was
J st2doxen Ladies au.l Children a .Valtinit tlaUs - was
iXo i waa
do. 6 was
1 5.75 now $i-d
50 now 14.00
MHO now i50
o 00 now d - ,
l 00 now 2.0O
$7.00 now HoO
.50 now f30
llWow $1 50
fl 50and $ 75now$l.tU
$ 1 .00 and $1 2o now
1 was -. -fc? 00 now $1.-5 ,
We are beginning early to close out Fall Goods
hence these splendid reductions for you.
N. SELIG, Myrtle Creek, Jh
iiH Another Corn Di nation 3
formed in Roseburg
It Is an old axiom that "breal iatt.e
Staff of life" hnt this depends omewhat
on ita qnahtv. The hoe cream and
home mad bread made at J Biever 'e
bakery on Jackson street near Case never
lails to pleas. A nice yariery of pastries
alao kept oonatantiT on nana, ;
have incorporated under the above
name. Their stock consisting of 75
Dolls to sell from 1 penny to $5; 500
souvenir views of Rqseluirg from 15 5
cents to 75 cents each: ico toy trains,
steam and hot air engines from 10
cents to $3.75 each; tool chests'," hobby
horses, wagous, crokinole and all.
kiuds of game boards from 15 cents to!
$5.50; Christinas tree ornaments. '
We ha e nothinj! to give wav. nor do we have ;nv - eri: prices
TTj for any conr,etitors.'but we iil puuTii-t.-e it vcn tr.i.le yiui us
. we will save M ier cent on all 01 iiiie tmo 01 situ..
S BEARD & SANTA CLAUS '