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Aliiak and M ini Hlroet,
PIAINOEAUR PUBtlJHINC COMPANY.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
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ROSKBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY i, 1897.
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lluwbura Judge, i'cu. M. Ilrowii.ol RcUun,
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lx umU tbo MM-oud and lourtb Moudari Ol
McbmoulhalJ.jOp. m. l Odd KelUiwi ball.
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f nr.ti and third Thuradayi In wo
1 Meotli.gi will be held at Orua Hatf.
RoMbuil, IhaBrntKrlday In Droumber, Maron
and Jim!: aud Ih. third Friday In Bapmnotf.
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brvthrou art luvltod to attend.
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ALI'IIA LODtlK, NO. 47, K. OP P.. MEETS
i every Wctlutula evening at Odd rellowi
Halt. VlnllliiK KulKhU In good atandluf cor
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R. M.CONKUNO, K. R. B.
Attorney at Law.
Room i, Marntert Building, ROBIBURO, OR.
gmm Bultioi be lore tbt V. B. Land Offlct and
I iUM a KUfltliftltV.
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SgOllUK M. BROWN.
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Ta 4 Wllaou Blouk.
Attorney and CoiuihcIot at Law,
Will prantloa In all tht ouurli of tha Blala. OL
floo In tbt Ouurt Uuuh, IJouglat county, Or.
Attorney at Law,
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Attorney at Law,
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Ofllctou Jucluou Bt. tipiitnlto Hlouum'i Blotk
Attorney at Law,
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Taylor WIUou Block.
J B. BDDT,
JLMIB V. HOOVER,
Physician nud Surgeon,
Mailt Nireol, one door miiiiIi ol Oil) IUII,
ItOhl BUHU, OH,
"RA BROWN, M. D.
or HOE, Mri Jat.k.wii Hliett, at rr
Idvuctol Mia. J. Illtcr.
L BRADLEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
OBlct lloura, Irom I J to I p.m.
fay lor a Wllanu Brick ROHEBURU.
J L. MILLER, M. D.,
Surgeon and Homoooitliiv
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yyiix. P. HKTDON,
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tlii A W w SMttB at ' -
ltd la tht rttullol ooldt and
tuddtn ollmallo changea.
It oan be cured by a pltmunt
remrdy which laannlld dl-
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It acknatrtodgtd to bt tht moat thorough core for
Nasal Catarrh, Cold In Head aud llay Fever of all
remellee. It imnt and tlnanava the nasal paaaagua,
allajt pain and Inflammation, baale tbetorae, pro
tect tha metubrana front eolaa. reatorea the teuat
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THE CORNER 6R0GERY
Cut aud JatkiKiu hltf i tM.
The Clam Dike and Other Notes
Tho Klkg aii'l tholr friend litvl s cUm
bake at Newport on hunday, the i!7tb
liiBtant. If there wore any reprotenta
tivoa of tho Rooeburtf herd there, thia
ecrlbo failed to not their presence. Cut
they minted a treat. The natlTea eiti
ujtitod thut there weio a thousand atran
gura In tho city that day and they all ap
peared to bo out (or tho purpoae of en
joying thomaolvea. The train on Satur
day took in about one hundred and fifty,
Buuday'e excuralon train brought in
three hundred and llfty, about two hun
dred came by team and boat from the
aurroundintt country and about two linn
dred aununor guctta were already there.
Whilo the week preceding had been
Btoruiy, it cleared off for thia eepecial oc
casion and the day was an ideal one.
The vititora carue moatly from Corvallia
and Albany, and way point, though
Eugene contributed a few, Baleni aent a
carload and about a carload joined the
excursion from point on the west aide
between McMinnville and Ooryallia.
The Elk exiected that there would 1
quits a dulogation of the "best people on
earth" from Portland, aud said that
about forty had promised to come, but
they must haye been caught by the ant
ler onewhero In the woods and failed
to free tliumtulvei, and may be there
The clam bake waa bowliog auccea.
It 1 a little different from s barbecue,
inasmuch a a clam ia not a ateer, neith
er is a boiled crab roaat mutton. A big
holo wit dug in the aand at the edge of
low ii, and a whole lot of large rocks
woro placed therein, a fire was built on
tho rooks and when they wore holter'n
blixen the tire waa cleareil away and a
layer of cea-woed placed tberoon. On
the soa-weed waa laid clams, potatoes,
chicken, craba lied up in aacks to keep
them from getting up and running oil,
roosting ears aod all aich like truck.
Ovor thia wax placed more sea-weed and
on top of that hot rocks, and there the
whole business woe lull to sweat and
stow for an indefinite period. Inside of
an enclosure, with a fence arouud it ao
high that ait ordinary Elk could not
acalo it, were spread, or set, a series of
loog tables, and when the truck in the
sea-weed was ready to take up it was
placed upon these tables, the gato was
thrown open aud it wai free pitch in.
Tho wtiter was not hungry, and the
aroma that filled the air for sevoral
blocks watt uol calculated to give one,
unuecd lo tuch odors, an apetito. How
ever, we tackled it aud one clam and the
bind leg of a crab was disposed of. The
taste waa good and the flavor excellent.
Thut is evidently the bos way to cook
crabs and clams. They were done to a
turn and the smell of the seaweed gave
the whole proceeding a sort of seaside
flavor that wits coaxing. For two or
three hours tho crowd surged around
tho tallies and roasting ears, clame,
crabs, potatoes aud Ibe ingredient, to
wet lue wumue disappeared aa u oy
magic, uud I lie clam bake was over.
Hut the eople did not come oyer es
pecially for the clam bake. There are
oilier places of interest in aud about
Nowpttit to attract the attention of the
excursionist. In fact it is one of the best
summer resorts on the coast. Hers the
pleasure or health seeker can haye a
variety of acenoiy, occupation and con
ditiouB, If bo prefera old ocean in all
her varying mood he can devote bis
time and attention to the weather beach
aud watch the Incessant coming and re
ceding of tho wavea; now lifted high by
a tier co northwester and beating down
upon the shale with the force of an
vulanche and the sound of thunder,
majestically grand. He can count the
third, ninth and twenty-first waves, es
timate iboir relative size and note their
incomiug and out going, marvelling the
while at the mysterious forces of nature
that causes the ebb and tlow ot the tides.
And again be may find tha great deep
in sunnier temper and the dancing wave
lets of the summer sea seem to invite a
plunge. Or, if more quiet scene are
preferred, there is the bay, a beautiful
body of water, the Bhip chaunol curving
gracefully northward then south, tbeu
east to Yaiuina river, navigable for a
distance of more than twonty mile and
there joined by fresh water streams, the
Uig Klk and the Little Elk that afford
delightful sport for those whose greatest
pleasure 1 to sally forth with rod and
line to lure tho speckled beauties from
their lair. Those who prefer to shoulder
a rillo can here also una good Hunting.
Not verv lontr sua. a deer pursued by
dog entered the enclosure of a farmer
along lue river ana nerceiy aiiacaeu a
young lady who was hoeing in tbo po
tato patch. (She did not appreciate the
situation but went to tho house, secured
n rillo aud the hide of that deor is now
drying on the side of the barn.
A NDMMKK Bt'UOOL.
Or eat preparations are beiug made
for the summor school that is to open
there in the latter part of July . A large,
pormanout building Is beiug constructed
lor the purpose ou a sightly place on
Nye cieok. It ia in easy reach of the
Nye beach and just a nice littlo walk
from I he town. Iti a lovely location
and au idoal spot for a summer school if
thoso who go to improve the opportunity
do not put In too much of the time ad
iniriug tho natural attractions, disport
ing themselves in the surf, or looking for
water agates, or attending bonfire ou
calm moonlight night. Such thing are
liable to draw off tbo attention ol the
young aud lentimeutal, but tbeu there
is not supposed to be much sentiment
The tug Resolute uiakos occasional
trip over the bar. 8he made one timi
dity, ijuile a number went out. It was
tust niter diuuur. Quite a few were
tungry whou thoy got back. Captain
Day is Informed the writer that ho wont
out ou Friday at little more than low
water and fouud twenty feet of water on
the bar. A report like that make glad
the heart ol the New porter and cause
them lo think they may some day pos
sess a iiarbor of uota. Well, it is esti
mated that when the Improvement
called for by the engineer are complete
It will deepen the ciiannoi on Hie bar at
least seven feet. The mult of the work
already done warrants the drawing of
tuch conclusion. Then harbor are so
scarce on the I'aciflo coast that where
ever there is one a large town is bound
to grow up some day. when the people
get a little thicker to tbi western coun
tiy, wbicb same is going to happen be
liut to return to the clam bake, There
were probably 800 people brought in aa
the result of that excursion, but as wss
notod the bulk of them came from near
by points where the tare for the round
trip was a dollar or s dollar and a half.
After the two dollar point was reached
there was a great falling ou and where
the fare waa three dollar or more the
attendandance was mighty slim. A lea
son might be taken out of the leaf of the
conductors' book : the fsre to tbelr ex
cueeion at Kalem the preceding Hunday
was a dollar no matter where the ex
cursionist sot on. and tbe distant town
contributed their full quota, and the
conductor made money. If it is de
sired to havo big crowd there must be
cheap rate. J. B. E.
C. A. McNabb baa the finest crop on
The late rain are making late grain
fill aud grow in helgbtb,
Mia Maggie Bishop is attending school
at Winniford's school boose.
Jack Chapman and wife of Wilbur at
teudod church here Hunday.
J. W. Stephens and wife made a Hying
trip to Roseborg one day last week.
B. F. Iliganbothani Is one of the first
farmers on the Calapooia to cut wheat.
Jus. Dodge ot California was shaking
hand with old lime friends one day last
If. II. Uillett and family of Roeeburg
were visiting friend and relative here
The basket dinner Sunday was almost
a failure. Too near the Fourth of July,
o tbe young ladies say.
Several of our young folks attended the
box eupper at Millwood Saturday night
and report having a good time.
A. O. Rose, one of Roeeburg' solid
men, was tbe guest ot Wlibur Drollinger
last week. Hunting, fishing, etc.
Mr. Fagan and A. W. Perdue of the
Rochester mills attended church here
Suuday. Out in their new buggy.
Jaa. Richard has returned from his
ranch in the Bad Land country and re
port overythiog flourishing in that part.
If. L. McNabb makes his regular trips
in the Dodgo canyon. He say he is
tired living in single blessedness. Oo in,
old boy, you won't regret it.
Geo. Zachary Los returned from cast
of the mountains and report good time
in that part of Oregon. He says pros
perity has struck that part of Oregon.
A. W. Perdue waa elected superinten
dent of the Calapooia Sunday school.
Mr. Perdue is well qualified to fill the
place and ia the right man In tbe right
Edward Stephen of Tyee was (baking
hands with old-time friends one day last
week. Come again Ed. The young
ladies all smile whon you make your
A telephone line lo Scottsbum i being
agitated. It is a public necessity and
can be cheaply built and eventually go
on to the coast, to Gardiner, Empire and
Florence. Hope to see it built soon.
Blackberrie aro all the go, and many
are being canned. Did you ever know
any one to fib about blackberries? Well,
uch is now done as in days gone by.
None up our way but over yonder maybe
The Commercial hotel is closed, I am
anrrv ia rv. The landlord and DroDrietor
disagreed on terms and I understand!
litigation will result, landlord Moore
is a good hotel man and tbe public will
Drain is so situated on the water
course of Elk and Pass creek that it
hould be a manufacturing town, and
these waters be turning machinery.
The troublo is we want to build too large
factories. What we coed ia small one
till we can build up a trade and have
means. All of Oregon is likewise.
A school meeting ol citizens was held
at the citv ball Saturday and I under-
Blaud all voted for a nine months public
school for the seasons of '1)7 and "JS.
Glad to hear it. fix month is not
enough schooling. Tho Normal school
will be quite largo mis coming reason.
Prof. Barzee is tho right man in tho
Aftor along, lingering illness, Mrs.
Uauuah Roberts, wife of Joseph Rob
erts, died Saturday at 4 p. m., aged
about i)ti year. Mrs, Roberts moved to
Drain to send the children to school dur
ing fall and winter and could uot move
home to Elkton thia spring on account of
her bad health. Many kind friends
from Elktoii camo up and accompanied
her remains to Elkton for burial. She
leaves a husband, three daughter and a
on besides a number of brother and
Bister. May her soul rest in peace.
French Settlement Items.
C. louBsuiut is busy erecting a uow
baru ou bis place.
Crops In lli'i part of tbe country are
hotter than for several yoara.
The surprise party party giveu lu our
naiuhborhood wa a complete failure.
Try again girls.
David Grenot gave a birthday dinner
ou the 20th of June to which he iuvited
a number ol his old frieuJs, and every
body ncknjwledged haviuga good time.
We were pleased but not surprised to
meet so mituy of our young friends at
Suuday school ou Suuday last. Our
Sunday school is progressing uicelv un
der tho uutuageiueiit of Professor
The pine ueedle factory industry which
wa talkod up at Grants Pass sometime
ago, to the eiteut of raising a bonus for
Us eetablishmeut in that city, has been
MuleaJ mliur mn nmiaiHiit dmitiau of aev-
eiai mouths, aud the factory Is now said
lo be assured oy eept. .si.
Twenty Year of July Weather.
The following data, for July cover
ing a period of 19 year, have been com
piled from the weather bureau record at
Roeeburg; Oregon, and furnished this
office by Observer Tho. Gibson :
Temperature Mess or norma! tem
perature, 66 deg. Tbe warmest month
wa that of 1896, with an average of 71
deg. Tbe coldest month waa tbatof
188) , with an average of 63 deg. Tbe
highest temperature was 101 deg. onCth,
i486. Tbe lowest temperature wae 40
deg. on 15tb, 1887, Average date on
which first "killing" frost occurred in
aotumn, October 14. Average date on
which last "killing" frost occurred in
spring, May 3.
Precipitation (rain and melted snow)
Average for the month, 0.42 inches.
Average number of days with .01 of an
inch or more, 3. Tbe greatest monthly
precipitation wa 2.20 inches In 1886.
Tbe least monthly precipitation wa 0.00
inches in 1806. The greatest amount ol
precipitation recorded in any 24 consecu
tive hour was 1.27 inches on 19 and 20,
1880. The greatest amount of snowfall re
corded in any 24 con ecutive bour( record
extending to winter of 1884-5 only) was 0.
Average number of clear day, 18;
partly cloudy day, 9 ; cloudy day, 4.
Tbe prevailing winds have been from
the northwest. The highest velocity of
the wind waa 24 mile from the south
west, northwest and north on 8tb, 26th
and 1st, l83-'85-'89.
Josephine county will have ber first
legal hanging on Friday at Grants Past.
The scaffold is complete; tbe trap door
swings on its hinges and the knot is on
tbe rope, though Ibe latter is not yet
hanging from tbe crossbeam. The exe
cution will be a aimple affair. A dozen
low step lead from the jail porch to the
platform ; an iron pedal sticks up through
tbe floor, and Sheriff Hiatt'a foot will be
the instrument of the law which hurls
tbe murderer's soul into e'ernity. A
high fence sbuts.out the enclosure from
public view and a funeral quiet already
pervades tbe place where Mel son and
Fiester are both confined in tbe ateel
cage. Messrs. Deputy Fallen and Sher
iff Uiatt constitute the death watch
There will be verylittle room for specta
tors and what witnesses there are to the
execution moat necessarily stand very
close to the gloomy scene.
Melson doesn't want to talk to outsid
ers. He has apparently given np hope
and will go to hi death in atolid silence.
He ha a wife and two children in Cres
cent City, but they will not be here to
see him. The supposition ia that his
wife thinks be'is guilty, though for the
sake of her children she prefers that he
will make no sign in regard to it. Cour
ier. Dob 'I Tubarro Spit and Saaokt Ttar IJfe Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag
oeUc. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To-liac,
the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. AU druggists, too or II. Care guaran
teed. Booklet and sample tree Addres
Sterling Remedy Co, Chicago or New York.
There will bo no grain raised in the
northern part of Morrow county this
year and but a small amount ol bay, the
grasshoppers having destroyed every
thing in sight. Tbo portion of the coun
try that they have not visited will raise
an average crop.
A special train ot 11 cars, loaded with
fat hogs from Nebraska, passed through
LaGrande last Saturday on the way to
Troutdalo. Only a few months ago etcck
hogs were being shipped from Oregon to
Nebraska to be fed.
Tboueands of mtn In every walk cf life
all over the world are playing a detptrate
game with Death for an opponent. They
are playing with an opponent who has every
advantage, and the outcome of tht game it
at certain as Death. The man in any walk
of life, who is too hard-woikcd, too bitty,
to take care of hit health his only himself
to blame when the final break-down cornea.
It is easy to keep health while one has it,
but uphill work to win it back when it ia
lost. A man neglects slight indigestion.
Then hit appetite gctt poor. That's a trifle
and he pays no attention to it. Then he
complaint of headachea and it is bard to
work or think. His sleep becomes restless
and he only gets troubled tpclla of it. He
gets nervous and irritable. Everything goes
wrong both at home and at buaineat. Ht
pcrsittts in paying no attention to his
Bttlth. Then tome day be breaks down.
The doctor tays nervous prostration or con
sumption as the case may bt. He has been
playing a game with death and has been
Checkmated at tbe weakest point.
Df. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is
an unfailing cure for all disorders of the di.
f estion, ana tbe deadly maladies that follow
n their train. It is tht great blood-maker,
flesh-builder, and nerv tonic. It cures o8
pel cent, of all caaes of consumption. It is
an unfailing remedy for nervous prostration
and exhaustion. Thousands of man have
testified to their recovery tinder its use.
after all other remedies had failed. All
druggists sell it. Do not deal with a drug-
51st who oners you a substitute for he is not
nly dishonest but willing to sacrifice your
health aud possibly your life for a few
added pennies of profit.
A clear complexion. Any one can have
it who keeps the blood pure. Dr. Hcrce'a
Pleasant Pellets cure constipation. One
Is s gentle laxative, and two a wild cathar
tic. Druggists sell them.
(Successor to J. JABKULZK.)
Practical : Watchaaker, : Jeweler : and : Optician.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AlfD FAlfCY GOODS,
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Oenulno Drazlllau Eye
A COatrUTl SJOCK Of
Cutlery, Notions. Tobacco. Cigars and Smokers' Articles.
AIro Proprietor and Manager of
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Vs STOVES, TINWARE, CUTLERY,
Ammunition and Soot-tincr Goods.
DEALERS IX A5D
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Fiqest line of goods ever brought to Roseburg.
Prices to suit the times.
Parrott Building, -f Jackson Street, -f ROSEBURG.
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ID PROVISIONS
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ML Lee Richardson and Walter Joocs. Regular Sue cards. Jfj
Dress Gooda, Furnishing; floods,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
Cloaks, Capes, Wraps, j
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suited to all tastes and to meet all requirements. Our
motto is : "A Squarf, Dual."
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