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ROSBBUBO, DOUGLAS COUNTY, ORKOON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, L90B.
Vol. WW II
ENAMELED KITCHEN WARE UNEQUALED
We have the agency lor Roseburg
for this celebrated ware, as well as
for all else that pertains to a striclly
up-to-today Hardware store, and our
prices are always right when quality
of the goods offered is considered.
Churchill, the Hardware Man
HERE IS THE PLACE TO TRADE !
IT Yon Want to Get Your Money's Worth Come and See Ut.
We Hiincllo all Kinds of Boota and IbOfM, llo BiiHt for tho money
First-Class Repairing Done at Reasonable Prices
J L. COOD7WHN NEXT TO EASTON S CROCERY STORE !
. V V:UVaKaanBKMr . ". V . X N MX
THEY ARE ALL HERE!
No matter what Watch Movement you want
we can supply your wants. Our reputation for
handling the BEST JEWI2LRY is well estab
lished. You Can Always Rely
On what you get at
ly as Represented! This is au Important Item when
it cornea to buying Jewelery,
Our Repairing and Rating
Of watches speaks for itself. Wi.-arc excelled
by none and take pride in the satisfaction which our
work always jives.
J. T. BRYAN, The Watchmaker.
DIIV OUnCQ AT
uui oiiulo ni
Wt; handle Bhoes that are desirable,
comfortable and fashionable. Our stock is
WE ASK YOUR JUDGMENT 2
If you want to get your money's worth,
come and see us. f
OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT Z
Turns out good work with neatness and W
PARROTT liROS. 4
our siorc as IJcing Hxact- j
A QUOC QT11DC4
n uiiul uiuiili
FRISCO GRAND JURY
IS AFTER HENEY
Legal Light Who Has Been Run
ning Down Supposed Oregon
Land Grabbers Nonplussed
it (tin. San Krmii'ini'o par linn
thin hit nl dootdadly lataraatiBg diwi nh
garding MOM MBBflBBOM wlili'li
liny 1 1 1 I ! V , who liH'i bOM 10 la III
proioraUog OrogoolBBii i" having in
"AtinriH'v Fram-i J. Hmty ipnrarad
helme tlm grand ) 1 1 r v vi.fI.hiUv MOM'
i iiu in ren,n iiimi" to it uiuitioDI from l Iik
Dlntrii i Attoraay'i ofln calling npsn
li i in to niihntantintu hv BVldMBI In'
atatciiicnt in Mechanic' I'hmI.i-.ii Inat
Satuidav night. 'I m 1 1 v luinw
!m' Rail to In' OOfroPt .ml will prove It
nl hiiv 1 1 in.' the BBBBM want HM In
" WhiB bifora thi Grasd Jury Umij
failed to iii i U t .' -I -I l.i" wordn. Hi hid
00 direct charge lii make ngalnnt Rolf.
I'lin In'iit In. GOUld do to It'll n hear
miy Klnry almul n corrupt propOlitlOfl li'
i ii'ni'ii to iiuvi' bun mule iiy HukI la
Unit oil HtotM Boastor Pirkloiind Ool'
. 1 loi "I the Port SlrBllnii relative to
tin. illegal Importation ol Ohloon.
: lleney naid In1 bid received 1 1 m lulnr
mi' "-li I MnlllH mil' I'lmi, wlnmil lli.llie
bo dulUwd in divulge hihI mIhi hi
bMld it Iron " tblfd party. At UMBOS'
oIoimb nl Um Inquiry lleney ni
lOWOtl to depart (Of Um cant, prniinntng
I" i. in mini irate will. UM I .rami Jury nl
OOM n I' vent n( hin an, Hiring any
ii on doflniti lotonBoUorii
" f '. .1 I... . ir i ( I i ' I i i t I . 1 1 t. ...... ..
.Mill i - n 1 1 v linn nil. I ever iiiiiiii.iirn.'ii
I 1 1 Willi nny CO nipt Of iltiwnrtliy BTOB1
oftUon. Bona tor PorklBi In oqunlly dl
root in branding Hooojr'i rtofy a lain'
The Krand jury aeannni wan lii'ld nl an
early hour In OfdOf In BMMIBMtMtl
llxney, who wan anxionn tu iti t away no
tin. overland. When I ntered the
gMBjd jury rOOn, there MlBg a qBBMn
pronntf bi wan MinlBod b Diitriol
Attoraiy Bylagtoo, oho aakad bin ii ba
I had any proof! of -time illogod 10 huvr
Ini'ii 00R1 Oil t ted hy KMta
" 'I know of im orlni he han oonnlt
till,' aim HlBOy'l niiKWer. 'I nai.l I per
Minally knew him to In. ion ujit. That
in dlfllrlBt. '
" 'Veil' fan! BjriOgtOB, 'hill yOO are
reMirted In liavn ntaled that vou knew
oi oSmbm oonntttod by Km i vrblib I,
an District Attorney, BMld follow up.'
" 'I didn't fay ymi,' rotortod HoBOf.
'I aaid I OOOld II I were Dintrirt Attor
ney.' "Nothing dannti d llyinulon preamil hin
I qoootloBi nnUl Homo odBUttad he had
no prool of .mill in: at all axainit Kuef,
bBl had haned hln annertionn apofl henr
nay and upon BOWOpopif ntuleinentn.
Anked to nH'i ily lleney made thia de -Inralion
" Well, I know he innde a rnrri.pt
proposition lo Dnllod Hiaten Bonatoi
Uoorgo 0. Porklai and Colliotor ol tin
Port Prod S, JltrattOBi DOBOoraiog thi
unlawful InporlBtloU of t'hineau to
Umm ihom '
" 'Old llUtW Senator l or Mr.
Ktrattnn tell ynu tl,at ." Inqulfod BylOg
" .No, replied lleney. It wiih ii
Iriond.' Further quMlloood Hoboj di
loUnodtOglra the IrllBd'l name, who,
I bo laid i I'ld reeeived hin InlornitioO I
DpOB reliahli' authority from n, third T
" I hill ended Ihe iniiiiry. Bllofl Iimv
iBgUMgraBd jury mom, lleney Midi
'There BM other UbM thi li"trli't At'
tortiey niikilil iollow to ii'lMiiiiaae.'
"Aller the nennion OollMtOr Stnitlnn
wiih iiiliTiiewed UpBfl the MttMMBM
made hy llenev. Mr Slrallmi nnid :
'Mr ltui'l never in bli lif approiohed
uie with nny OOrrupl or uuwntlhy pmp
MltlOB. K Mr. lleney hnn amid Unit Mr,
Unci ever npproai'heil nl direetly or ill-
dirootly with any dlahonorabli propoai
The Ladies of Roseburg and vicinity will be
interested in knowing that I am preparing to
take a limited number of pupils in
q ART EMBROIDERY J Q
POINT LACE AND PAINTING
Meet me at Fisher & Bellows Co. Monday
Mrs? R. Pargeter
Hon. whether It iiftuctml the aillillwlon
nl Chlneao or any other inalUir, In'
Male WMtl ll BOl true. No "m il tliliiK
nvnr oft'urri'.l mill could not oirnr, ami
furthermore, nolxnlv ever naid It had in'
currad.' " 1 Hasty 'i rtatimint in iboolutily
fiilo.' Hid Hunator IVkln yontorday
'I never lalki'd with Mr, Roaflboat any
mih maltiir. I would DDfir have per
niittrd bin lo approach KM with any
dlihoBorabli propoaltloo, and I batlara
Im la Incapable nl doiO MMfa a thing '
"Ala) Kuel I. ml tbll lo aay lant even
" 'I knew that lleney DOOld not Mb
taaUgta alBgti om oi Hih itatonaati
hi 00 lanhlv Hindi'. Hi' probably eari.o.1
ii good li-.- lor Id dantardly attack. I. lit
the miti'iimo lint mily iiieitua the 'lt "I
lleney limn tin. ItBgl ol political I''1',
bnl I bllMVI it uninl encompaaa 'In'
downfall of MB legal reputation Im ban
nn recently aniilred.
"'Willi rofoMBOl to tin. ntntomenl
, locreditod to Homy an tbi loaodatlofl i
lna ihargen, namely, tlntt nnino OM iiad
0ld Un'ttlBt BBOlhir pirOOB had aaid
that fulled State Senator I'urkina and
t'ollnctor ol tlm I'ort Siratton had ln
I tondod to bring Mtlon tlM grand jury a
I Dorrupt pro poll tloo illogod to have bun
I um. in hy ni in Uion mIbUm to thi ln-
portBtloBol OblOBMa Lot Oil M llmt
I Iir lOggMtlon wan n MBlonntibli III.
I lnvi bivot in nil my praotloi or oUmi
im, had nvt liiliu WBBtOVW In do in
OblMM InnlgraUM omm. I bbtm in
in. iln ipoki iIUmt lo tMBilor Pirkini
Of HlratlM IBM) any MOkj tnaltor, IVin
hy the lolBtOtt BllBtiOB thi xuptK11-1 ' "
i nut OOll an Inault In iarh nl tlmm-
in ' n. nut ii ii- "''ii an iniii)nnii'iii in
III. nun rnlllUIOII PI'IIM'.
' 'I will lOBM It to Senator Pofkini
and Mr. Mratluii to nay WbOMBT I BMf
, ip oka M tlu'in about inch a mailer
lielller either of them ever mild he
knew am tiling In my .h truneiit in any
" "I wifh In make a fiitlher ItltOOMOl
I., nhuw BOB imiapTl I um ul mu ll an at
tin k ftrrnlttg Iron Hooey. Bmm bmbUm
ago, while the Andrew" raud jury
o aaoalon, I not UoaBy oo IM itreet
W e gO In talking aboOl Ihe graml jury'a
'" at tod lOMBtlOB tn prOOOOd naumt (he
adfitl ration and Ita graltern ami I
ankel FtlBiy Why he did not lake lip
the cane lor the grand jury. Me n pile !
" 'I doo'l MN lo. I don't want In
hin I POO. lellown.'
" 'Obi yOB aTOO'l hurt ua,' 1 replied
wiih a intll
" 'Well, UmtB'I OOtblBg ill it,' naid
I II I,.'. .
" 'Ah, that'n a blttir BICBBI from a
legal llau.lMiiiit,' I naid. 'However,
don'l let that bother you. I am willing
and anziooi that an Inmllgillnn ninii
U l ie, and I will deponit all the IN'
fjOBry expennea it may require to en
tilil" ran to pffOMOtM the iare. Then
vou may go ahead and hew right down
to the line.' "
JalMB Joaeph- , Ihe Konehurg hoy,
who attiadad acbooi here oor wan
agn, Im bOMBMB literary contribiilnr
In neveral of the typical wenteru maipi
atBM The Overhind, l'acillc Monthly
and Sunnot. Jonephnon tlnirhe.l hi I
donation at Staolord and when a Btu- '
dent much of hi work appeand in
print.--Waablogton Couoty New.
Qinuim OragOfl woolen hlanketa the
henl in the world nor Hpncialty. Jo !
Uon.ind Mm. F. T. MoWbtrtor and
daoghlir, Wlm huve heen Ihe guenla nf
Konehurg (riendn, left or their liidiun
ipolU home, Friday. They were ai
Conipanlld an lar an Portland hy Hon.
BBd Mrn. A. 0. Marntera.
UnbrsltM Mended - lam now prepar
ed lo attend tu thil for you, and mv
wink i" nnre to pleitne ymi. My ratal
me leiiwiiiiilile, and I will call lor and
deliver the urliclen ihlin needing repaii.
Leave ordiri at my place oo Mill Mtraat.
tin ill W . A. QbMKi
Ah good purchind ol J. T. Bryan i
the jewelur, will he eiigiuved, free of
MINES OF RIDDLE
SHOWING VERY GOOD
Many Properties are Coming Right
to the Front and Are Attract
ing Much Attention
With the fainoim "Levimn l.edga"gnld
mine In night of town, It la no wonder
that the averagr. otUiBB taken a verv
lively Interenl in the apparently well-
' .'minded rumor that the owner of that
proMrly are really enpeeting to "atrike
it rich," almoit any day. Night and day
nhiftn are griiuhtig awav. and the pron
n.cta am m lo grow hrighter every day,
that ere long the fainoim old ledge,
, where ynurn ago the "ocket" worth
"ii i i ii wan dlni'nvered. and which made
Ihingn pretty lively in thia i.eck ol Ihe
wmala A tunnel han In-en run inalniut
throe hundred feel and work in tiollig
DBIBOd hy a giei.1 fnrce nf ex perieiieed
BOfkBMB. Portland partien are the
principal ownera and they are putting
ill much time and money to hriug out
I 111 dulrod metal. It in regarded an one
of the wnriliy qBBFtl clallua.
The "OraokirjMk" placer mine lin-at-
ed in Oovr Omk MByoBi aonn ir. mile
away, will mm he operated hy ita
fOfMMtl nwuer, Mr. J. It Kiddle, whn
will place a crew at wurk noon. Kor the
pant am learn, Mr. Kiddle han Imm-ii
reaping a nice little mini Iroiu thin pro
perly and he regardn it a one of Ida
very la.nt llUOotllllBll afld will not la in
1 a hurry to part w ith it.
It now In'cinn to imk verv much a
Ihoiigh the " Witxard," Thoiuan A. Kdi
n.ui, would take hnld nf the now famoiia
"Oregon Nickel Mine," which ill Im aliil
.i' ."it live milea Irom thia place, uu the
"Nickel Mountain " Wnrd han juat
Uh'Ii recently rei.ived at Kiddle that
jiil filch negotiation were iKmding and
there neouin to Im. niuni'lhing mure than
re gOMlp Owing t . the lacl that
t lu te ih nn dul v on uu kel and that the
Canudian mine have made audi an in
dnf try rather poor iuventmeiit io the I
S. thin Oregon Nickel mine hnn not l eeo
develoieil. Now, If Mr. K.llaon taken
hold ol the prOpOfty, there i everv
reawin to helieve that there w ill n niii I
Full line of all grades of 'arpets on hand all
the time, ranging in price from 20 cents to $1.45
Heat line of all-cotton filled Comforts we have
ever had, from $1.35 to $2.25 each.
Pull line of all-wool, Oregon-made Blankets;
also excellent line of Cotton Hlankets at reason
Buy une of our cotton felt or
silk ilor-s Combination Mattresses,
Mattress that will last a lifetime.
Complete line of Furniture,
Ranges and Heating stoves
at lowest prices consistent
with good values.
When VOU want vour I'miiiimi II
Priatorl and Ola mod. an aUo
1 eadi.ig luilor
G. W. SLOPER,
O EB IR
"aomethlng doing," hereahoiit.
One of the moat promiaing placer
mine In thi diitrlct Ii the "Victor,"
w hich Ii owned and operated hy eaatern
captlall!. They will aoon have u force
of men on the work for the winter'
run and the allowing made in very en
couraging. In tho mining dltrlct. on the Honth
UnpqUBi thi "Kainhow" eopp. r inino
ll showing np finely. Harry lianfleld,
one of the ownera anil alio the upurin
temleut, ha thing moving along in
good nhape A fine fen-foot vein ha
boon truck and the owner are greatly
pleaaed over the finding.
Kiddle I the amply point Jfor a large
ai'o,M. of mining territory and tho mer
chant find that tho'lrado in that direc
tion ia one of the la.nt anurre of income.
They alno find that the volume of hum
no i growing right along, which, in
itavlf, ia a pretty good indication.
Horace T. .lone, apecial agent for the
interior department attached to the
kiMM'hurg land OfflM, wri in the city
yenterday afterniMin and went to I 'm val
II on the hay train for a ahort biifineoa
Tramp are traveling notilhward now
and making only ahort nop io the litiel
along Ihe railroad. Thaukngiving will
He., mont of the gentry out of thi .
tion of the country.
Mr. I.. S. I'engra and daughter. Mr.
I linen , of Konehurg, accompanied hy the
latter' little n, Kolairt, arrived here
I-, lav to vUit Inend. They are on
their way home from a vieit at Junction.
- Kugene (iuard.
I !,.. in u -t he "drj " timen ni I- ugeoe,
for the tiuard nay : "Tliedunton Will-
anattB itrmt had iwcomu so thick ami
dinagreeuhle that the Rprinkling wagon
waa hroiight forth thin afternoon for the
ti ret time in several week."
('. M. Hermann ami family moved to
RoMDBIgji tin" week, Mr. Hermann hav
ing pttffOhaaod a nmall farm adjoining;
that city. He ha- leaned hi farm ad
joining loan to (May Ilement. Myrtle
Mr. A. 0. Oarty ha juat received the
nail intelligence that her "inter, Mm.
P. D. AtkloBM, of White Hird, Idaho,
in verv j with typhoid lever. Her
mother, Mm. W. I'ilkington, went to
ll. j i e l-i I.- n i nut two week ago.
and vou have a
B. W. STRONG,
Ml: HRNITlKli MAN
it cleaned mid Mocked, or v.utr euit
agMt (or BP. B. PRI0K( Chicago's