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Published on Mondays and Thursdays Established 1868.
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every way satisfactory.
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER . 4. 1902.
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V R. A. BOOTH, A.C.M-RSTRRS. H.C.GAI.KY, Q
Douglas County Bank,
Established I883. Incorporated 1901.
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
F. W. BESSOS, U. A. BOOTH. J. H. BOOTH, J. T. BKIDUKS
J. T. KF.LLT, A. C. MARSTERS, K. L. MILLER.
A general bankinz business transacted, ami customer mvm nvort
accommodation consistent with
r Dank open from nine to twelve and from one to three.
LATE NEWS SUMMARIZED.
State, General and Foreign News Con.
densed for the Perusal of
the. Busy Reader.
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We are showing the greatest line J
of Medium Priced Couches we g
ave ever had. also S
BED LOUNGES W
A new line of trunks just received
SUIT CASES, HAND BAGS
la fact anything yoa want to travel with. Remember the j.lace
B. W. STRONG,
jj int hUKINHURE NAN. Roseburg.Ore 5
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Us Your ...
FOR CASH OR TRADE
IJ. F. BARKER & CO.
Our prices are ahrays right
and stock complete
Kruse & Newland
.Also a full line of.
Highest price paid for Produce.
-1 OUR MOTTO IS TO PLEASE
Kruse & Newland
There is great variety of canning little
- Dainty Little Sl'ioes
in great variety of material, ut and lin
ihhed in a way to give the pTjatot com
fort to growing feet.
At 25c. andUpwajd
there's a line of fiu Daby f51ioes which
are of eurpriK'mg value. Others jnore
elabfrately finiKhM at hi gher prfvff .
. all excellent value.
Special Sale this Week
FLINT'S POPULAR SHOE STORE.
Opposite First National Bank
Hints to Housewives,
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have goctl
fresh Groceries, and to get tt.em promptly
when you order them. Call up 'Vhone No. i8r,
for good goods and good service.
C W. PARK5 & CO.
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Tu'jitiiVRm'n,-,', f t - -'iri ?! I S'a. Liti
ffriiig Hack leaves Roaebnrg Every Xlonjiit at G rJrhck.
LiVefJ, Feb find f!fai)lB$
C. P . Bl rhaiud, Prop.
Saddle Hones, Single and
Doublet Rigjj at all hours
Trans' Jent Stock gven
very 1 feaf o rare
Rates always reasonable
for all toints n Own I'av, Good
To date there has lieeu l!l,C40 deaths
from cholera reported in the Philij
piues. The hi balloon sent out from Denver
by the Post encountered a Sturm and
was wrecked nenr Florence, Colo.
Storms in Southeastern Nebraska are
reported a having done great damage
iu the country and towns in that part of
Uuffalo Bill carried about S,000 away
from Eugene, and nearly as much from
No assessment in the Modern Woo.l
men 01 America lor eptemler. IhsiU'8
there in tStO,32tl on hand after all claims
Carrie Nation was ejected from
Maine hotel last Fridav evening. Mrs
Nation is having alxnit an much fun in
Maine a she used to have in Kansas
Tne luittleship Oregon is expected to
sad for Chinese waters in alxmt two
weeks. She recently came off the drv
dock, and is said to be iu splendid trim
A liea.l-eiul collision R-twcen two
freight trains r.ear Kansas Ciiy Tiles.
day resulted in the death of the en
gineer and firemen on both trains.
Oregon is the second greatest mohair
producing state in the nnion, Texas
leading with Oregon a chv necond
Then comes California OUe a distamv
Imitators of the outlaw, Tracy, are
springing np all over the country, hut
so far they have either lieen "removed"
or landed in prison with dispatch.
A couple of Baker City editors fought
all the way from the front door t the
"hell" box in the back of the press room
uiakiug pii of nearly everything in the
way. Baker City is nn.louUe.lly a live
AnoldManton Indian, Chief of tlie
aborigines around Delta, known all over
northern California as Old Alexander,
was fatally injured on tne line of the S.
P. Co.'s rail road Friday, and has since
A condensed milk factory is to be
tahhshed at Forest tJrove. These facto-
iie.-- are reputed as giving the dairymen
the largest returns for his prxluct as
well as being higldy rejnuiicrative to
the factory nrator.
iH'. n n:jr c. i. 11 r irJ, of C t tage
Grove is very ill. He returned from
Portland just the other day where he
met his wife, who has been East and as
soon as he reached home he was taken
ill. It is probably typhoid fever.
Visitors at Seattle during the recent
carnival are said to have been grafted as
much as those at Salt Lake City. 12.50
to f It) ir day was exacted for rooms
and other things in proportion. It is to
Ik- ho! Portland displays more decen
cy. Albany Iiemocrat.
The strike of Western I'nion messen
ger boys against the employment of girls
as messengers has been declared off.
The prettily uniformed messenger girls
will remain constituting, as they are, a
picturesque feature of the streets of
To Juhn Luke, of "V. P SVvont.wi.l li
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(jive US ?a call llm-mtry, at Vancouver Barracks, lie-
long the distil ctioii of having six well
develoil ties on each foot. He for
merly had one thumb and five fingers on
each hand, but the service of a surgeon
reduced the finger to the usual numliers.
The British steamer Korona from
Fort De France, rejiorts that Mont Pelee
claimed i.1K) additional victims Saturday
night. Morne Rouge was destroyed and
buried in ashes. A tidal wave then
swept the village of Lec.irU-t All Mar
liiri jui; is aii:c-stricken. Ashes are
again fulling ou adjacent islands.
Work is being rushed on the Presi
dent's temjiorary office now lieing built
on the White-House grounds. It will
le a brick structure, one story high, 100
feet long, 50 feet wide. Tliere will be a
large reception hall with doors leading
each office. The architecture will
to follow that of the While House.
Mr. Tony Noltner has sold the Port
land Iispatch to the Oregon Daily Jour
nal, of Portland, ami will retire from
tl'c newspaper business. Mr. Noltner
has Irf-cn in the business in Oregon since
a! Mint I StiO. He has the good will of all
his fellow editors an 1 their liest wishes
for happiness in the decliuing years of
hi J i.e.
Ihif-e is a general impression that the
coal strikers back east are all lying idle,
eating np what they have saved.. At
Wilkeebarre large numbers have been
working in the harvest fields, some of
them make a living by selling coal from
the culm banks which the producers
permit, and fifteen thousand foreigners
hare ruturmd to Enroie,
During the past three weeks
over one Jinnureu people from
Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota arrived
in Ashland and started from there for
the Sprague River country in Klamath
and Lake counties to take up timlier
claims. A large number have also
come from the Willamette valley and
Puget Sound points on the same errand
The infection for the possession of the
timber lamls of Southern Oregon seems
to have spread and goes ou increasing.
A steamhhip lino to Coos Bay, with a
tsteainer every five days for that jtfirt is
projected, and if it becomes a reality
will Iks a distinct gain to Portland's
commercial life. Coos Bay, especially
tince tho recent railroad ac
tivity tliere and with reference to that
terminus, has become an imiortant
locality, end will become more so ; and
tliere ought to be close business relations
between Coos Bay ports and Portland.
Coos B;iy trade, that hitherto has gone
entirely to San Francisco, ought to come i
President Rooseveltf Narrowly Es
capes Being KilledHis Carriage
Demolished by an Electric
LEN'ox.Mass., Sept. , A terrible accident overtook
the President's coach a short distance from Pitsfield aboat
io o'clock this morning. After a short visit to the home
o f ex-Senator Dawes, the President started on the long
drive to Lenox. He had not gone far when an electric car
rauiuto his vehicle, throwing every one to the ground aud
badly damaging the coach. The' President received a cut
on the head. Secretary Cor' elyou was bruised and his
head cut. Governor Crane was bruised. William Craig,
Secret Service agent was instantly killed. D.J. Pratt, the
driver of the coach, was badly injured but not killed.
The President at once directed that Craig's body be
cared for and sent couriers ahead to prevent cheeriug and
to anuouuee that he would go at ouce to the traiu, which
had been stnt ahead to Stockbridge. The President
stopped for a few momeuts at the Hotel Aspinwall, where
the party was to have lunched, and made a brief anuouuee
nient of the accident to the .people who were silently
gathered ou the steps. He alighted from the carriage and
walked a few steps and was clearlv under the stress of
great feeling. Then he retraced his steps to the carriage
and turning said to the people:
"We have met with au accidcut. One of the party, a
faithful friend, .has been killed aud our driver undoubtedly!
fatally injured. Under the circumstances,
impossible for me to say more to j-ou than that I deeply ap-
FATAL SHAM BATTLE.
Blown to Pice, s by Premature
Discbarge of Biz Gun.
Fort weight, Fishers Island, X. Y
ept. 2. During an engagement with
tie Meet off here this morning, a 12-inch
brecchloading rifle in the fort went off
prematurely, uistantly killing one pri-
vnte and seriously injuring two other-.
The man who was killed was literally
b own to pieces, and one .( his arms hit
a tother private in the cht with such
ft rce as to inflict severe injuries. After
t le midnight engagement tha tleet an
c'lorcd hack of Fort Terry, passing out
bi the eastward, about l o'clock this
miming, me gun ai rort rujnt a-
g iin fired ujon them, the accident bv
hich the men were injnred occurring
at this time.
New Philippine Money.
Washington, Sept. 2. Plans for the
r ew Philippine currency are about com
pleted, and merely await the approval of
Governor Taft and Secretary Shaw to be
effective. It has been determined that
the new coins, of distinctly Philippine
tyj. shall 1 mrcd into Manila from
I he United States at the rate of f 1,250,-
Are you particular
Coffee, Tea and Spices
IF YOU ARE CALL AT
AND ASK FOR
Price is no higher and every can guaranteed
" Grocer 5
OPFNINQ OF FALL-GOODS
preciate 3'our kindly greeting.
Stockbridgk, Mass., Sept. 3. The President's train
left here at 12:15 for Bridgeport, Conn., the point where he
will embark for Oyster Bay. The President's physician,
Dr. Lung, says that the President aud Mr. Cortelyou re
ceived slight contusions about the head and face, bnf that.
the injuries are not at all serious aud the scheduled stops
will be made.
PELEE AGAIN CAUSES DISASTER.
Good Roads Train Coming.
P'.kn.tvii, S-pt. 2. The good roads
government tram that h working its
way westward i scheduled to be in
Pirtland-aud vicinitv f..r about 10 davs
next month. It should l e wehomed
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i-ru-ianii iiu, inr :i comes 10 Uo
lis good. Its object U to show ! t.raet
nl illustration how to build a piece of
g-iod road, and thus to give Mide a
0011 by expert in the business, and
a!s to interest them in thi-i important
w 1'. rl- a 1 i..i n . 1 .. . . 1 . ." ( ,
it is ot course: !, iik, ,1. ,,,
after tlie train shall have ased on.
S-artvly anything. especially -in this
art i4 ti e country, mhere -rnjnentlj
roads are buiit Mdy with consider
able difficulty and much exjvnse, and
are therefore all the more urgently need
eo, loan go, sma n:gtiwars, etJiiv
traverral!e the year Pmr.d br hjodoi
Tlrt-re ought to be a live, liberal, puh
ing g-od r ds orgauixation in this trt
of the state, ami the visit id this good
road traiu woukl be a good occasion on
hich to start one.
Then he went on to Stock-
Paris, Sept. 2. The Havas Agency has received au
undated dispatch from Fort ce France, Island of Martini
que, aunounciug that about iooo persons were killed and
that several hundred were itn'ured as the result of a vio
lent eruption of Mount Pelee oa Saturday, August 3c,
which destroyed Morne Rouge and Adjupi Bouillon, twa
villages near Mouut Pelee. The dispatch con6rms the re
port that the village of LeCarbet was damaged by a tidal
wave, which was also felt at Fo't de France, where the peo
ple were panic-stricken. ,
The French cruisers Suchet and Tage are embarking
people in ihe northern part of Martinique.
SHOT THIRTEEN OFFICERS.
New York, Sept. 2.- Heury Hunter, the negro who shat
a number of policemen aud set fire to his house in Queens
Borough, last night, in an effort to escape arrest, was cap.
ured early today and locked up in the Astoria jail. In tae
fight between Hunter and those who tried to arrest him, 11
policeman, three citizens and Hunter's wife were wounded.
Mrs. Hunter, who helped her husband in his effort to es
cape, was taken to a hospital, where it was said today that
she was in a serious condition. Huuter was badly beaten
in the struggle when he was caught. . ,
AGENT OF STONE KIDNAPERS.
Sofia, Bulgaria, Sept. 3. General Zoutcheff, prcsi
dent of the Macedonia committee, has been arrested at
Dubhitza aud brought here. The arrest of other members
of the committee is imminent. .
The Macedonian committee recently held a congrcs;; at
Sofia, M. Sarafoff, formerly president of the commitvee
was then accused of misappropriating fuuds and of bei ng
the chief agent iu the kiduapiug of Miss Stone, the Ameri
can missionary. A schism appeared in the congress, find
the adherents of M. Sarafoff held a separate congress and
elected another committee.
TORCH AND BULLETS.
. Bramwell, W. Va., Sept. 2. The great mines of the
-rx lit f r
1'ocnontas vjoiiiery company are on nrc. iins morning
strikers applied tho torch to various portions of the mine
near the west enterance, which is on the Virgiua side, and
the mine is now said to be burning furiously. Tho guards
and strikers fired volley after volley at each other, but at
this hour it is not known wheter any one was killed. The
Governor of Virginia will be appealed to send troops to
Focahontas at once.
Hazeltox, Pa., Sept. 2. John Harvilla, aged 34 years,
a nonuuionist, employed as coalhauler at the Beaver
Meadow Colliery, of Cox Bros. & Co., was shot in the eye
tins morning wuiie attempting 10 anve away unknown par
ties who had bombarded his house with stones.
GREAT STRIKE TO END.
New York, Sept. 2. The Evening Post today has
the following: Senator Piatt refused today to give any
further information about his' statement of several days
ago that the coal strike would be ended in two weeks.
I stand by the statement, aud-I. knew what I was
talkiner about." he said, "but I cannot satisfy vour curiosi-
largely j this city.-Portland Telegram. y auy further just UOW."
Coos Bay Waiting.
-i luiint.i.o, ,-epu I. Lowiur is in
the dark rvg.irding the plan of the
C-s Bay-Salt Lake railroad, but its
ople jnt w-.tii satisfaction to the
preliminary w.k being done by the
comjmny, ana are n hoi.es ther are to
have a railway fnin the outside. Tl
work referred to lias only l-en started.
but to all apjiearantv it Is perm vint.
and is the beginiug of a lar.ts develope-
ment. This mm h any Coos Bayite will
tell you. The new ieple are paying
their bills and are asking no fav jrs.
Coos county's growth iu jwpnlitioa is
shown by the following figures from the
United States census:
Now (estimate-!) .....12,000
In 1900, Coos county tilled 13,529
acres of land, it had 20iW horses and
mules, 112,02 hea l of cattle and 10,34i'.
sheep. It hail 40.5 miles of railroad
The schooner Wing and Wing is high
and dry on the shore near Florence,
where she went while tryitg to enter
the Siuslav River. .
Rev. Sam Small, having distinguished
himself along other spectacular lines,
appeared lieire a Vermont audience
staggering under a package. It waa
Small package, but a heavy load.
They are having a hot time in the
Bulgarian congress over -the disposition
of.the award for the res-tie of the kid
naped missionary, Ellen Stone. It is
charged that some of the most promi
nent men in that countrv were into the
game to resoeive a big reward for her re
Coif Skirting ... ..A very heavy quality, measuring
56 inches widein all colors.
Venetian Cloth -..Black Venetian Cloth, full 50
inches wide, an excellent fabric
for tailormade waterproof "suits.
"Kebo" Corsets ..We are the agents for the "Kebo"
Corsets and have a large assort
ment, in the latest French styles,
on Land. The newest of the
kind is the "Kebo" Form-Reduc-fng
Clt Met. rfl f 1 - r ... --
oijwi- 1 aii o.iis ityiisa Fall suits for M
oulhs and Boys.
Men and Boys' shoes in good
qualities and moderafe prices.
iS: WoIIenbero- Bros.
? COOS BHY STHCE ROUTE
Commencing with Mondar. Jnmrr -m w
;. For further information address,
J J- R. Sawyers, 5
. . . . . . . Proprietor, Drain, Oregon
Making Him Lock Pleasant
is easy ehuD-h, for when Le open Lis
package of laundry work, a:;r be
ing sent Lome f,oin Uie Kosebr?
laundry, th ma.i ho loves fanlUess
huen and cp-kKlate laun.lryiua always
wreathes bis face in smile. During
arm weather our methods of Ltnndry
ing linen and colored shirt, white vest,
etc.,how8 itself in the length of time
they keep fresh and clcani.
y . . :
him specially liable to
stomach trouble. The
basty breakfast, the
"quick lunch," the
long hours spent iq
stooping over journal
and ledger, wilh lack
of exercise, all tend
to the derangement of
When the stomach is in a healthy con
dition the feeling after a meal is one of
satisfaction and comfort. Whenever
there is discomfort after eating it is
sign of stomach derangement or disease.
Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
jures diseases of the stomach and other
wgans of digestion and nutritionperfectly
and permanently. The cures effected by
ibis medicine are almost counties.
" I huvr taken otic bottle of Dr. Mrrrr's Golden
Mcdiml Discovrrv for indirection and liver com
plaint. write Mr. C. M. Wilson, of Yudkitt
Colleae. Davidnon Co., N. C. " Hot had no lind
pellK fiince I commenced taking vour medicine
iu fart hare not lelt like tlic name nua.
Before I took t'. 'Coldea Mei'ical Diacovery'
could not e.it 4iiv'.hmj witljctit awhil rii.Jrrsji,
but now I can eat anvthing I wish without hav
ing unoleaaant leellujt."
Don't be fooled into trading a tub
stance for a shadow. Any substitute
offered as " just as good" as "Golden
Medical Discovery ia a shadow of that
inedieiue. There are cures behind every
Claim made for the Discovery," which
no "just as good" medicine can show..
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse?
the bowels and regulate the liver. They
produce permanent benefit and do not
react on the system.
There are many wind g
.mills on the market.
Someone of the good
ones is a little better o
taan au tne otners.
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IS THE-- 'A
It has proved
maker's claim to
faster in a LOW ve-
locity wind than any $
If interested in wind .
mils talk to
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NORMAN & COMPANY
Th.-y are now located in the new Hendricks bltK k.
one door South of the Kailroad Fating IIu.e.
a ar a eai .
rm 'ja.' .-.-!
t A full and coturdete linn of Cigars, and Tobacco,
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