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luita. HuinU Hrinliwii I'rcn.hluf, II a. m
unit 7. W i. m. I Halibelti School, 10 a. m. F,
W, Woolley, Miipurlnteiitlouti tllasa Meeting at
uIimu of llio morning sorvluei Ipworlk Iaiie
ii.JU p. in. lleUls tiixllrt'y, President, frayer
Merlins, Wednesday, t 7:10 p. m,
, FN4NK I.. MiKIM, I'MtOf.
rnmnnK, rorncr Main and l4iie
CmniKiiKKit I'iihbi M -corner ol Ceae end
limit ulrooU. Huii'la Hoi lie: pupllo worship,
a in, tint 7 W i. m i Halitialh Hcbiml, 10 . m.
V. I', M. 0, R.,7 p. in. rraror Mooting, Wednr
tie, 7.10 p. m.
K. H. Imlwobth, Km lor.
HKHVPIE AT CATHOLIC ('III! m II,
Mum e-eiy Htimtay 19 A. M.
i r " " 7 iB f. M.
All Konvitoil toalionil.
r. Y. Uuhh, I'liior.
I'Niian BmiNKKM (.'it urn H-on Fowler street.
hunilny mtvIi', al il a. in. end 7. so . in. rajr
i t inn line. Hiurwlay cvclilu.
, A. U. WsitvaU,, I'Mlor.
I reo I'llls.
Nind your address to il. K. Bucklsn &
Co., Chicago, aud got a Ire ssmplebox
ol I'r. King's New 1,1 fo I'llls. A trial
will convince you l tttelr tuorlU. Tbi
iIIh are t'Hty in action aud are parlicu
Urly ededivo In tlio euro ol Constipation
ami Kick Headache. For Malaria and
l lvrr truuliloa they bavo been proved
Invaluable. They are guaranteed to lie
lei (welly frutt Imui evory deleterious
substance ami to be purely vegetable.
They do not weaken by their action, but
by giving tone to tlie stomach and bow
el greatly Invigorate the system. Reg
ular ai.e '.''to per box. Hold by A. C.
Kdurata Vonr iluwala With t'ascarale.
Canity Cathartic, turn constipation forever,
lor, sftc. II C. C V (nil, drumuu rotund money.
Tlir lrat aalnu builder and
airmail producer. I'.airacl of
MmII l tletretvra llruii BHorc.
Many amsol "(irlpo" bave lalely
Ikhui cured by Due Miuuto Cough Cure.
'I'll i h prttparatlou seems especially
adnptnd t i the cure ol this diaeate. It
ai-ta iu'u-kly lima preventing eerloua
complicatioua and bad efTecti in which
tliin iliaram dlleii loavea the patient.
MiirntorV Drug More.
Tlntl llrrtl, worn out, all tone
irrlliiK reduced toy ICalract ol
Mull nl Maralera lrn more.
I or Sale, Cheap.
A good Hold 'Bus, or
exchange lor heavy
ioree hack. Ad-
Ireae, Daumin I'a rmiRuN, Koseburg.
Mult i;liul Tlie ittoal uour
laliliiK tonic, A-,il-. at Maralcra
Till I Voor lirliinlly.
Oil ti'-i'i't ( rente, rush or slampe,
a CrnrKill :lllilo Will l till 1 1" J of tll9
miwl Minliir Cnlnrrh ami IU.V Kortr Cure
llCly'a 4i4 nm iliilm" anfiloUiit lo Ji-wou-
lml Dm i-ioiit iiit iim el tUo r'iiiody.
r.n Warn ii St., Kw Voik Oily.
Jti-r. .lolm l:-id. .1r . ff Orral FalK Mont.,
rocouinii ii.lril Kly'a l'iriu Ilalm to uia. I
ran einpliniiixc lu atRlniiriil, "Itiaarnai
ttva euro fr cnlnrrU if aaihrrclfil."
Jtev. l rnnciH W. 1'oole, l'aatur UonUal Trea,
Ciitircu, Helena, HIoDt.
Ely'a rwnra Balm ia the acknowleduc d
cure fur rntarrh and eontaina no nirrrury
nor any iujurioua drug, l'rire, CO ci'nla.
We odor One Hundred l toilers reward
for any rami ol Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall e Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CIIKNEY A CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undoreigned, have known F.
J. Cheney lor the last 15 years, and be
lieve hlui erlectly honorable in all
busiuoes transactions and tlnancially
able to carry out any obligations made
by thuir tirui.
Wkm a Tbuax, Wholesale Druggists,
Waldinu, Kinnan . Marvim, Whole
aale I'rufgisls, Toledo, ().
Hall's Catarrh Cure is tsksn in
lerually, acting directly upon the
Mood and mucous surlaces of the eys
taw. TustiinonUls sent free. Trice 76c.
r bottle. Hold by all Druggists.
To Cure L'onitlpatlon Forever.
Tkt('ncareta Cundy Calbartlo. lOeortie.
If C. C. C. lull to euro, ilrugguu rciuud inouey.
1 or ucr I'lfly Vcau,
AD Ol.D ANU WtLL-TlllEO RgMIUV. Mrl
Si'lutlotv'a iSooltilus Hyiup bu been utod for
uvurUHy jean by tnllliouiol molbcri for tbelr
cblklrcn whllj toetlilng, with ported aucceu,
It iooIIiui l lie ttilltl, loltoin the guint, allays all
palu, vurct wiii'l oolla, uJ li tbo belt remedy
for DlarrliuM. la plvaaaut to tbo Into. Hold by
diuRgUU lu every part ol Iho world. Twenty
llveecnii a buttle. Ita value la Incalculable,
Uoaure aud aak for Mra. M Intlow't Uootblng
Bjrup, aud take no oilier kind.
New dcaUua lu -wall paper at
No ITore Hot Boxes.
Tlie new McCoruiac binders aud mow.
ere are improved by the use of roller
bearings on each journal that prevents
heating and friction. II. M. Mai-tin,
Agent for Douglas County.
l'lue Hue f attoulder braces,
Improved puttcrua. at Maralcra.
Tho groaleHl bargain ever ollered lu
Douglas county. 84' aorHof laud one
half mile of HoHeburg near the Holdier'e
Home. All goo.l river bottom laud.
Good Louie aud baru aud all ueceeBsry
out-buildlugs, mostly in hearing. Or
chard, strawberries and tlno garden
luud. It will only bo on the market for
a short tlmo. Now is the chance to got
you a perfeoMioiue for a liltlo uiouoy.
1 or farther purtiuulars emjuire of
I. F. Kiii.
Jtoal Kstatu Dealer, Koseburg, Or.
it Is surpi'Ssiwu ''" bit, (
thiug" can acnouijillBh. 8ick beailHube,
constipation, dyipepsla, sour Bloinach,
ll,.lneH, are ouioaiy uauiaoau i-j
Witt's Little Karly KlBers. Small pil
tale pill, Marsters' Drug fctors.
Indies' saoltsry belts at the Novelty
r our Hi ol July ctdubralloii at Honwell
new and One linn ol shirting at the
L. iShort of Wilbur was a visitor in tho
Mrs. Ully Jamlesou Is ud on a visit
I'aol Zlgler has gono In tun coaal with
The roads are now in oxculluul i oihII-
lion fur teaming or "biking."
Mrs. Dave Houston came up from
l'ortlaud on a visit Tuvsdsy evening.
F. n. Waile of Hound Prairie was
looking lu Uou the court this weok.
You csu gut grain cradles, also etlra
flogera at Churchill, Wool ley A. McKeu
Rsmsmber that you can ud seaiuna
ble goods and the lowest prices at Hl.
Berry pickers buy your pails and grad
usted (usrt measures st the Novelty
Geo. K. tjulne of Kiddle wss down
this week, Lsviog business at the coun
Mrs. W. T. Wright returned on Hun-
day from a visit with her parents lo
U. A. Cobb of Dillard and Ham Miller
from "Diet. 114" were guests at the Mo
Bishop Morris preaches In the Kulnco-
pal Church Sunday evening at H o'clock
p, m July i, 1H04.
We aie assured thst summer condi
tions have returned and the rains are
over for the present.
Tbe confidence of the people in Hood's
Hareaparilla Is due lo its unequalled rec
ord of wonderful cures.
Ice cream will bu served at the Home
Bakery from 3 o'clock in the afternoon
till 0 in the evening.
Mrs. L. i;. Doty, Mine C. M. Doty snd
W. Doty can.e in this morning to Join
tbe Ohio colony on Drer creek.
We have cro-tiot sets, lops, marbles
and In fact all kinds of summer goods at
the lowest prices, at Salzmau's.
For sale cheap. 'M head ol my
horea, suitntile for pack auiinnlr. Ap
ply at Keuate rnloon, ICosobiirg.
Mrs. It. II. Houston has rot unit' J from
a three weeks' visit with relatives and
friende in the'AVillaiiiutte valley.
Tlie district conference ul I he M. K.
Church ftiuth, tlosod ilssi'Siiou at Myr
tle Creek on Haturduy oveniug last.
Our lino of fish tackle is complete.
Our prices are right, lor our tsckel is the
best on tbe uierket. At bal.uian'a.
Just received, a low pioccs ol l.s'Ht
Mull In the new and latest indka spot
design, very pretty, at the Novelty
A whole colony ol ixjople were sum
moned down from Days Creek yeetorday
to spiear as witnesses before Iho grand
Did you see the tea kettle boiling ou a
Blue Flamed" oil stove, all day Satur
day in Churchill, Woolloy A McKemlu'e
Evangelist Koss is laid up with the
measles at Myrtle Point snd the protract
ed services that were to have bt'guu last
Hunday, are postponed.
Mrs. ti. I). Willis snd Mrs. J. H.l-yke
left on Tuesday evening ou tho freight
for Ashland, intending to proceed thence
lo Yreka on yesterday.
Abstractor Geo. Casdy of KosoburiT is
in town. Grants Pass Courier.
Wonder If George will kuow himself
when he sees his name spelled that way?
The W. C. T. U. will hold its regular
meetings ou the second and fourth
Thuisday of every month at 7 :30 p. m.
In the Epwortb League room of the M.
There will be a basket picnic on Upper
Cow.Creek four miles above the 1110
rsnch, July 3, 1817. Also a basket dsuce
in the evening. Every body cordially
Kev. J. II. Hkidmore will occupy the
pulpit of the M. E. church at 8 p. in.,
Sunday, and the pastor will speak on
The Children and the Church" in the
"Great Scott," bow they yell. Church-
Ul, Woolloy A McKencie still continue
selling hardware to tbelr many cus
tomers at prices that aro always satis
factory. They keep what your want.
Hon. J. W. Merritt and W. C. Leever
of Central Point, who are among the
original locators of claims on Elk creek,
bave shown The Times tbe results from
ore crushed in band mortars, which are
certainly first-class. The gold produced
hows that the rock was rich. It is be
lieved that there is plenty of this kind.
The Grants Pass Courier man called on
Lemuel Melsou Haturduy aud askod him
if ho had anything to say to tlie people
of Josephine couuty. "Not now," was
the reply. The reportor found him rend
ing a paper as couteutedly aa though
nothing had bappeued that uued mar
bis pleasure. The supposition is that
he will make a cloau breast of the whole
ailair on the day of his exocutiou.
Prof, F. L. Washburn of the State
University! arrived Thursday, says (he
Corvallis Times, and left yesterday tor
Yaqulna bay, whither he goes to exam
iue into the condition of tho Eastern
oysters planted there last autumn. He
is to spend Iho summer uluug tbo const
from Coos bay uorlli studying the propa
lion of the Eaatoru bivalves, auother
cousigument of which is to arriyo the
coming autumu lor trauipluuting. The
fact that the oysters will grow has al
ready been demonstrated, aud the ouly
lueetiou yet to be determined is whether
or uot they will spawn, aud Piof. Wash
burn is convinced that auy difficulty In
this direction can be overcome.
P. 11. Bishop of Riddle I at the Mo
Firecrackers and torpedoes at lbs Nov-
Dr. Ifeury Li ills of Oakland Is lu the
Men's bicycle goods a specialty at
A. W, Slaiitou and wile were In Irom
Max Pracht came from Ashland on
last night's oysrland.
H, W. Blsisdel of tbe A. II. O. Mining
Company, is in the city todsy.
Churchill, Woolloy A McKenzio are
selling rpuintlties of hinder twine.
Kegiiter Veatch of the land oflice
Soiit last Sunday at his old home at
J alio your wheels to Hodsou A Ham
lin's bicycle reialr shop for repairs.
rlrit-clasa work done.
Your preserved fruit will keep if you
use the black robber rinse sld by
Churchill, Woolley & MoKenzle.
Judge A. II. Tanner of Portland is in
the city trying a case before the circuit
court for the Southern Pacific.
Capt. Ben Bos well, of the fsmous Bos
well Springs, came in last eyenlng on
tbe local and returned homo by freight
E. DuGas, physician and surgeon,
office In Marsters' building. Calls In
town snd country promptly answered
night orday. Residence, Oil Mill street.
The Wead Hardware Co. have adopted
a new method of advertising. If you
will notice tbe prices marked on certain
articles Salurdara you will see wbst it
is. No price repeated but once.
Much iuterest is being manifested In
tbe mining districts tributary to Myrtle
Point this season. Many new claims are
being located and developed and tbe
prospects sre very encouraging.
(19 cents buys a French chamois
glove, which formerly sold for one dol
lar. Cake of chamois soap free with
every pair, luis is a big l-argsin, a
closing out job st the Novelty More.
Kev. A. D. Woelfall arrived in the city
Tuesday to take charge of the United
Brethren church bore. He comos from
tho United Brethren conference at Abi-
iua, and was formerly stationed st Port
The overland trains passing through
now are loaded from stem to stern.
Hince tho taking off of the ajtecial and
the carrying of through passengers on
tlio regular trains at the reduced rates, a
local passonger is in luck if he gets a
A tourist sleeping car now passes
through Kosehurg south bound, every
morning that goes right through to
Chicago. This is the only through car,
and the ouly way by which a person can
go from Kosehnrg to Chicago without
Thirteen persons have so far signified
their intention to go to San Francisco on
the Oregon excursion to the Christian
Eudeavor convention and probably there
will be Li) w buu Uio time comes. Tbe
excursion train will pass through here
ou the afternoon of July 0th and tboro
will be a greet crowd.
Tbe members of the Salvation Army
laid siege to the hearts of the inmates of
the couuty jail yesterday and filled tho
air and tbe court yard with pious melody.
Whotlrcr they made any impression on
tho stony hearts of those whom society
seeks to punish for their misdeeds and
its protection the reporter wottoth not.
The Chautauqua management at Ash
land have lucured Col. John P. Irish,
tbe distinguished gold-standard demo
crat, to speak in the evening following
Mr. Bryan, the distinguished silver
standard democrat. Everybody who
wants to hear tho money question settled
ought to come to Ashland, July 10th,
says the Tidings.
Tickets will be sold by tbo S. P. com
pany at excursion rates beginning oa
July Snd in tho afternoon and until July
5tb, as follows ; For distances np to 125
miles one fare and third ; for 125 to 200
miles, one faro and a fifth ; 200 miles snd
over, one fare. Tickets good returning
on the 0th for distances less than 200
miles and on tbe 7th for over 200 miles.
T. J. Kearney, tbe veteran conductor,
who has been laid up for several months
resumes bis place on the Kosebnrg-Asb
Isnd run tomorrow morning. This will
mako a little change in the order that
hsB been prevailing. 8am Veatch goes
back to freight conductor and Sam lien
dersou will go from freight conductor to
brakeman. Ed Huston, who was on tbe
flyer runs (opposite to Kearney ou the
Hiram Wylie of Warsaw, Indiana,
came to Koseburg a few days ago and
after a stay of about three days started
back for Warsaw, Indiana. He expect
ed to find a farm about ouce in ten miles
aud all the land between them good riv
er bottom land that was subject to borne
etead entry The gentlemau from War
saw, Indiana, louud a country settled,
civilised and improved, lie did not like
it uud w ent back.
J. W. Cook, superintendent of the
Muuio uiiue, iu the Bohemia district, ar
rived at Cottage ('rove Tuesday, and re
ports that work is going on rapidly and
is encouraging, Extension tunnels are
huiug run cast and west iu very rich ore,
averaging iiouj (50 to (05 per ton. Tbo
mill is ruuning steadily night and day.
A contract (or 700 cords of wood has
beeu lot, aud this insured au all wiutor
'The eaatoru colony who will locale iu
Liuu county will allot each family a cer
tain purliou of the land to cultivate.
The company will operate two largo saw
mills of thoir owu, to furnish lumber for
buildiug purposes. The colonists will
plaut 1000 acres iu hops. They will set
out 800 acres in prunes, all of one vari
ety, aud will have 1U0 acres in strawber
ries, 100 acres iu raspberries, besides a
large amount ol other small fruits aud
vegetables. They intend to purchase
600 choice cows for a diary.
OlrU Expect too Much of Young Men
"Tho average young man is the agree
able fellow who earns enough money to
take caro of himself and to put by a lit
tle for special occasions," writes Both
Aahmoro in tho Juno Ladies' Home
Journal. "But he is not a millionaire,
and ho is not tho young man drawn by
those illustrators who, in black and
white, give us so-called society sketches.
A comblnstion of foolish influsoces
makes tbo girl of today expect entirely
too much from tbo young man of today.
She reads, or is told, that when a young
man is engaged to be married ho sends
his fiancee so many pounds of sweets, so
many boxes of flowers, as well as all the
now books and all tho new music that
may appear each week. If there
were more honest girls la this world
honest in their treatment of young men
there would bo a greater number of
marriages and fewer tbieves. Yes, I
mean exactly what I say. It is tbo ex
pectation on tho part of a foolish girl that
a man shnuld do mora tbaa bo can hon
estly, that has driven many men to lbs
penitentiary, and many more to lives o
so-called single blessedness."
Rich Mine Near 5odavllle.
Albany Democrat: Jas. Cornell, the
little old English miner, -who recently
obtsined cotMtderable notoriety by mar
rying a Sodaviilo widow and having di
vorce proceedings begun against him all
within about a month, was in Albany to
day with some fine "prospects," pros
pects which if as represented mean that
there is a mine two miles beyond tSoda
vi'le on tbe farm of W. W. Parish of im
mense wealth. Tbe Edna is tbo name
applied to tbe mine. Tbo prospect con
sists of a button of gold, a vial of copper,
a vial of tin, a vial of telurium, a bar of
telurium and some ore. Mr. Cornell es
timates that tbe proportion of metal
would be : Gold 35 per cent, ton 35 per
cent, copper 2 per cent, telurium 10 per
cent. He estimates tbe gold at (200 per
ton. Tbe value of teinrium he gives at
(000 a pound, nearly three times that of
gold. Take your pencil, or just your
head will be enough, and there is a min
ing proposition for yon, besides which
the beet in Montana is common.
oaxiiOS STATS BONO BODIRT wniTAKEB.
' (Tun, "Labob OK.")
In the name of Jesus our Ssvlor King
Happy words of greeting and love we
While we gladly gather to speak and sing
in iue praise oi our King today.
Oregon I Oregon 1
Greets vou now in Jesus name
Showers of blessing we pray on you all
Who the praise of our King proclaim.
In (he name of Jesus we'll work and wait,
We will labor early and labor late,
nil irom end to end ol our noble state
He is King whom weeing today.
In the name of Jesus we Tdd you on,
For the time for service will soon begone,
Let us never rest till the world is won
To tbe King of our hearts today.
The Day We Celebrate.
The great American National holiday
comes on Sundsy this year but it will be
celebrated'"ftariously." Soma localities
will celebrate on Saturday tbe 3d Inst.,
and others on Monday the 5th. Rose-
burg will not celebrate at all this year,
but her people to show their patriotism
will join their neighbors who do cele
brate, south, and west, and north. Rid
dles, and Myrtle Creek, and Cleveland,
and Boswell Springs will celebrate and
each will receive a quota of Roeeburg's
population. Eveu tbe printers ol tbe
Plain dialer desire to properly observe
the anniversary of the nation's birth and
in order to give them the opportunity,
and next Monday being fixed by law as
a legal holiday, no paper will be issued
from this office on that day.
To the Farmers of Douglas County.
Mr. Aeber Marks of Koseburg received
a proposition from capitalists to construct
a beet sugar factory in Douglas couuty,
provided, a sufficient number of acres of
land planted in beets next year to run a
iactory can be pledged by the owners
thereof. Land owners adjacent to the
railroad from Drain to Riddle, cugbt to
give this matter their serious considera
tion, and be ready when called upon, to
ssy how many acres they will devote to
this valuable industry.
At Boswell Springs.
Csp. Boswell is determined that tbe
people who go to Boswell Springs to cele
brate shall not lack for entertainment.
Besides the program arranged for Mon
day, the fifth, he has added a prelimi
nary for 8unday, July 4th, in the way of
a sacred concert. L. G. Adair of Eugeno
and five other musicians of note have
been secured for that occasiou aud they
will also contribute to Monday's enter
tainment. W. C.T. V.
The Long Prairie Union will meet at
tho school house ou Sunday,' tbe 4th
of July, immediately after Hundsy
school, or about 3:30. Mrs. Annie
Grubbe is the delegate chosen for tbe
Iu the vicinity of Boquet, Westmore
land county, Pa., almost any one csu
tell you how to cure a lame back or atltJ
ueck. They dampen a piece of flannel
with Chamberlaiu's paiu balm and bind
it on the atlected parts and in oue or two
days the trouble has disappeared. This
same treatment will promptly cure a
paiu iu the side or chest. Mr. E. M.
Frye, a prominent uierchaul of Coquet,
speaks very highly oi Paiu Balm, aud his
recommendations have bad much to do
with making it popular there. For sale
bo A, C. Marsters & Co.
Tho circuit court docket is being rap
idly whittled down. It was, fo brgln
with, tho smsllest in years, and by the
end ol tbe week there will be little left of
it except cases that are continued for
There has been no criminal trial yet,
but two or three will come too bead soon.
Hinman's case is a delicate oue. A mo
tion bas been made for a continuance of
this case till tbe next term, which Is
several months hence, on account of
tbo condition of the prisoner, lie, it is
alleged, not being well enough to appear
for trial. He bas been Indicted and
plead not guilty.
Tlie case of the State vs. Wsyne Drol
linger and J. R. Zschary, tbe latter plead
guilty and Drolllnger's trial is set for to
Tho case of Mary L. Fisher vs. Aon
Compton, an action for damages, was
stubbornly contested and tbe Jury dis
eased. There is not much interest manifested
in court proceedings and tbe spectators
are few. This will change if Ilinmao is
tried or when the Pool case comes np.
James Csmsron, indicted a year ago,
was brought in from Eugene Tuesday
and arraigned on Wednesday, entering a
plea of not guilty.
Tbe grand Jury is still induetrioosly at
work. Yesterday that body went down
to tbe poor farm and also took a look at
tho fair grounds.
District Attorney Yates has not yet
arrived and Geo. M. Brown is in atten
dance before tbe grand jury in Lis stead.
Monroe, the sewing machine man,
goes up for three years.
Following are tbo proceedings in de
23. Thomas O. Davena vs. Lntbcr Palmar at
al;talt for partition. A. If . Crawford, for pll
Order for aale of property. P. W. Benson,
it. i. frank Watson ra. Noonday Mining Co.
to recover money. A. M. Crawford for plf. Caks
fc Cake for deft. Order for publication of turn
40. i. U. Bartln va. Southern Pacific Co,: ap
peal from Justice court. E. D. Stratford tor plf.
w. H Willis for deft. On trial before lory.
46. Wra Love va. Jamca P. Cbadwlck et al;
confirmalloo. C. A. Hehlbrtde, for plf. With
drawn. W. John Burnley tt al va. A. B. C. Whipple:
to recover money. J. W. Hamilton lor pit; C.
A. Behlbrede for daft. Battled and ditmlaaed.
0. Leonard Btenter va. Wo H. Harris et al;
moUon for present aberiff to make deed. Order
for present aberiff to make deed.
6S. Elate of Oregon vs. Wayne Prolli ger and
John E. Zachary; recognizance. Indicted. Ar
raigned. Zachary plead guilty, sentence Tues
day. ProlUnger not guilty, trial tomorrow.
66. State of Oregon va. W. C. Monroe: recog
nizance. A true bill. Charging larceny by
bailee. Plead guilty. Heoteziced I years.
CO. State of Oregon va. Jamea Cameron; ai-
aault with a dangerooa weapon. Arraigned.
Pread not guilty.
70. Patrick MaaUck Co. va. John Letaom;
motion for aberiff to make deed. Brown A Tua
Un for pit. Order for preaent aberiff to make
1. Mary L. Fisher vs. Ann Compton: action
tor damages. J. W. Hamilton lor plf., W. W.
Cardirell for dclk Tried before Jury. Disagreed.
73. State of Oregon va. Robert Hinman; as
sault with intent to kill. Indicted. Plea of not
Pleasant weather again.
IXavIn? and harvaatini will annn twi
the order of the day.
Mr. Lovwnll. onr Hvartmsn. ia at (ha
Paradise mining camp.
MlM Jlna PvtnAP nf Pivil Rzin mjmm m
visitor here on Sunday.
Frank Hoover was the imAat nt hia aia.
ter Mrs. Cooper this week.
f!nnnar VirAthara ar nnafriiAtini m
road up tbe mountain to where they live.
Ttllnrh Wal V r nuvl thptntrti in w1.
ley the 26th on his way home to north
Our Sunday school is nroereeein?
niceiy. ine superintendent being Mrs.
Cooper. Assistant superintendent, Mrs.
Auiuricn; secretary, u. L. Heater;
treasurer. Jessie Teavoboush. Teacher
of the infant class, Miss Minnie Bush-
nell; intermediate class. Miss Lottie
Cooper ; Bible class, C. L. Keeter.
UNCI IN A WHILE.
The farmers of this place are begin
ning to put up hay.
Miss Myrtle Steel was over on a visit
at this place last Sunday.
Some of our young folks went goose
bunting Sunday, but had uo success.
J. C. Davis of this vicinity is building
roads. Perhaps he will take his best
girl out buggy riding soon.
Miss Ida Stephens of Wilbur was oyer
in this vicinity visiting with her friend,
Minnie B re user, Friday and Saturday.
Miss Ethel McDonald of Roeeburg bas
bbon visiting with her friend, Minnie
Breueer, for the past week. Herman
wears a broad smile.
There were several parties from Straw
berry Hollow who attended the box
supper at Garden valley and report hav
ing bad a very good time.
Mra. Wm. Spaulding is quite ill.
Dr. Elwood has beeu up this wsy pro
There will not be any celebration of
tbe fourth at this place or its vicinity
Grandmother Butler bas been, snd is
still quite ill at tbe reeidence of her sons
ou Long Prsirie.
Miss Lsurs Dimmick of North Bend,
who has been visiting Miss Maggie
Siark of Elkton, has returned home.
Elders Holt A Chase, of the Latter
day Saints Church, are holding meetings
in the Advent church. Many are at
tending and say they aro able preachers,
Henry Swearengen. of Tin Pot valley,
rau over hia child sccidently with a load
of iwood. The child was about three
years old. Dr. Wade was called and as
soon as he returua can Uud out how seri
ously tho little one is hurt.
CHAPMAN HALTER. On Juno a?thK
at Koseburg, Or., by Uev. J. L. Jones,
0. l. unapuiau and wary Halter.
Educate Your Bowsla With Caaeatata.
t"' f'hr''i VJ"? couatlpailoo forever.
lOo.ijao. If &O.0,fil,drug(Uurofua4iueBey.
Tbo weather bureau's crop report is
sued from the Oregon section Isst Mon
day speaks in much more t heerlul vein
of the outlook than It baa been doing for
several weeks. Concerning Western
Oregon the Ballet In ssys:
lva(ic Tbe week has been show
ery, with an excess of cloudy weather
jid slightly blgber temperature
Showers occurred on every day of the
week, the total amount of rain that fell
varying from one to two inches. Tbe
mean temperature averaged 02 degrees,
which Is i degrees blgber then the pre
ceding week. The day temperature
averageoV 70 degrees, snd tbe night 64
degrees; these are tho normal Jono
temperatures. Tbe highest temperature
lor the week was 80 degrees at Portland,
on Thursday; and the lowest was 62
degress on Tuesday and this morning.
Tbe winds bave been light to fresh in
force and generally westerly.
Crops. That "crops never fall in Ore
gon" appears to be again verified, lor
tbe rains of the past two weeks bave
assured a bountiful harvest. Rain tbe
latter part of June is most nnosaal, snd
the nnnaual bas occurred this year.
Tbe correspondents appear to vie with
each other in tbelr expressions of prom
ises for excellent crops. Fall and winter
sown wheat and oats can not now be In
jorsd; barveotiog of them will begin
about July lltb, and the reports agree
as to an assured good crop, above tbe
average, as they say. Tbe rains bave
been of tho greatest benefit to the spring
sown wheat and oels. The spring grain
was sown from April 1st to May 16th,
and np to within the past 16 daya little
or no rain fell on it ; tbe result was, that
there was little growth and very poor
prospects. This all now has been
changed. The spring grain will make a
good crop, as good as was ever obtained
Tbe grains delayed baying and some
bay was injured by tbe rain, the amount
however, was small. Clover and alfalfa
that were cut early, have made good
growth for tbe second crop. Late hay
has been greatly benefitted by the
rains. Tbe hay crop will not be ao av
erage one, but it will be vastly better
than was expected two weeks ago.
Haying continues. Tbe weather has
been most favorable to hops, also for the
development of the bop louse. Potatoes
are now sure of making a !ig crop.
Early potatoes are over their bloom and
late potatoes are growing rapidly. Corn
shows a most marked improvement
since tbe rains fell. Garden produce of
all kinds is making phenomenal growth.
Tbe fruit prospects are improved.
Apricots and peaches aro showing color
and will soon be ripe. Some varieties of
prunes continue to drop, but the general
prune crop will be good. Apples and
pears will be a good average crop. Tbe
smaller fruits and berries are ripening,
with heavy crops. Cherries continue to
be plentiful. The rains bave .cracked
some varieties, but so lar little injury
has been done.
The showers were general and were of
tbe greatest possible benefit- The farm
ers have renewed hopes and the most
flattering prospects for enormous crops.
In Jackson and Josephine counties the
rain was heavier than in Multnomah
county, and corresponding benefits re
sult. A moist soil and excellent crop
prospects prevail in all sections.
Tbe weather conditions appear now to
be forming for fair and warmer weather.
Everybody Bays So.
Cascareta Candy Cathartic, the most won
derful medical discovery of tbe age, pleas
ant and refresbins; to the taste, act gently
and ooeitlvelY on kidneys, liver and bowels.
cleansing the entire system, dispel colds,
cure headache, (ever, habitual constipation
and bllioaaneas. Please buy and try a box
of a C. a to-day; 10,10. 50 cents. Sold and
guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
Backlen'e Arnica Hailvc.
The Bes. Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands
Chili bains, Corns, and all skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It ia guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. For aale at A.
O.Marstera k Co.
Bqalrrcl poleon at Maratera.
E. E. Turner ol Compton, Mo., writes
us that after suffering from piles for
seventeen years, he completely cured
them by naing three boxes of DeWltt's
Witch Hazel Salve. It cures eczema
and severe skin diseases. Marsters'
Who will get it?
Schillings Best tea is not only pure but it
is because it is fresh-roasted.
What is the missing vord ?
Get Schilling Btsi tea at your grocer's; take out the Yellow Ticket
(there is one in every package); send it with your guess to address below
before August 31st.
One word allowed for every yellow ticket.
If only one person Andl the word, he gets one thousand dollars, ti
several And it, the money will be divided equally among them.
Every one sending a yellow ticket will get a set of cardboard creeping
babies at the end of the contest Those sending three or more in one
envelope will receive a charming 1898 calendar, no advertisement on it.
Besides this thousand dollars, we will pay $150 each to the two persons
who send in the largest number of yellow tickets in one envelope between
June 15 and tho end of the contest August 31st.
Cut this out. You won't see it again
for two weeks. ,
Address: SCHILLING'S BEST TEA BAN FRANCISCO
Celebrated for Ita great leavening
strength and health fulness. Aasurastha
food asalDst alum and all forma of adul
teration common to tbe cheap brands.
aoTAt saximo rowDss co., xssr vosa.
Caro Bros, are the boss merchants.
New goods at Caro Bros. Boas Store.
Boy sticky fly paper at tbo Novelty
A new line of black drees goods at
Towels aod toweling, good values, at
tbo Novelty Store.
Summer drees goods in immense qual
ities at Josepbson's.
A new line of ladles' belts in tbo new
ox blood shade at Josepbson's.
Dentistry of all kinds skillfully and
promptly done by Dr. Fred Haynes.
Neatest line of low shoes, ox-blood snd
chocolates, in town at tbe Novelty Store.
All kinds of artificial teeth made at
reasonable prices at Dr. Fred Haynes'
Countess black star ladies' hose, fin
est In tbe market, 8 pair for $1.00 at tho
Tbe ice cream soda at the Kandy
Kitchen will do yon good. They make
It of pure cream. Try it.
Money to loan on city and country
property. D. 8. K. Buicx,
Marsters' Building, Roeeburg, Or.
The 4tb of Joly is coming. Now ia the
time to la in your supply of fireworks,
flags, baloons, etc. All kinds in stock at
Mrs. N. Boyd's.
The Kandy Kitchen bas connected its
fountain with the water main aad tbe
spray in the glass dance will make tbe
patrons feel cooler.
This season the Kandy Kitchen will
turn out the beet ice cream and ice
cream soda in tho state. New freezers.
new receipts, plenty of pure cream.
Confidence is restored. You can buy
the celebrated Boswell Springs water In
quantities to suit, from Ad Harmon
cheaper than water from the South
Tbe ice cream they are making at tbe
Kandy Kitchen this season is ahead of
anything made in the town heretofore,
and will advertise itself. You ought to
try their ice cream soda.
There is no mineral water more pleas
ant for family use than from tbe Boswell
8pnngs. Ad. Harmon, agent, will sup
ply fsmiliee in any quantities, pints,
To the Ladies of Roeeburg and vicinity :
Call on Caro Bros, aod secure greater
bargains in novelties and all lines of
goods than at any other house in the
city, Tbey have the goods, and the
An owl wbo wss taking his ease
In a hammock that swung in the breeze
Said: "It is no lie
That whatever I boy
Of Sykes, is dead sure to please."
Tbe following well known ladies testi
fy to the merits of tbe "Blue Flame"
oil cook stove, Mrs. II. R. Cbalenor,
Mrs. J.C. Sheridan, Mrs. G. H. Church
ill, Mrs. F. W. Benson. Investigate at
Churchill, Woolley & McKenzie's.
I have flrst-clasa new freezers, plenty
of pure cream, and guarantee to my cus
tomers first-class ice cream and not ex
celled by any body. I will make you
ice cream as smooth as velvet or charge
you nothing. C. F. Niicb.
H. M. Martin will sell tbe best binders
snd mowers to be had, for tbe season of
1807. None of your light, endless chain
concerns, that will play out in one or two
seasons. Tbe public is respectfully in
vited to call and examine for themselves.