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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1898)
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Wc tii i l.nii'.lii'.'iiiii! iriiB on Buuiinei
ijiu hi 1 1 1 !j- u ihi'iii oui. Novell y Hoie.
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tln-lll III I. Ill ll luW lillll'H.
A lt',',o .u,l lino tuiuoi luioiit o( cliil
ilini'u ili.iru jitol icifiyt-it at 1'anott
l iin. Cull .ui I h o tln.ni.
Mji.cv to Iv.ui oil city Biitl couiitry
.u'i'i'ily. - K Huik,
M i. n..' It'iil.hi'j, It'.'ssburi, Or.
W'lmi i voiyoiiu Hiiya iuubI lio true.
'1 lui ill'). i I .1 l'f tiMB iiuil toltocB in town
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11,0 llltllllt IJ IIIKTI llltll, Kill if Oil
i.ii-i your i'.o.)ii l'lin) wi'ii IIockI'b Sar
t.i)'uilia )oi may lc hiiio of fooil health.
l or I'liciB ami nii.ilily full at llio olJ
in filial hl.iml, I'ruMli Mini iltioJ fiuite,
i .iiitly ami mil. ciguiH nnj tobacco at
I'lii.TH to tint all. Mil'. H. I-'amon.
Tim W. C. T. I', will hold itu titular
iini- 111114 mi tho eeionJ an J fourth
l liui.'i'l.iy ul uy-ry month at ;; ;0J . in.
in (Im i:ioilli I a'Jkiio room of llio M.
1!. ( liiiu li.
-iiini: mat liinrii, iianiuil uiaihiui'B,
n'winn ninohiiii'3 ul Alrmwi'lor t Strong,
ami llio U'lil cI thi'iii ut that, raniiinu in
prifo from t--! li f '7M. HoHuro to boo
litem hi'foro yon buy,
Tim im riiaiu hitu iirtivoil. HcaJ
iii.u Im at llio Kumly Kilthun, whore
llio bi tit in to bo had. I'auiilioB Biip
liliiil. Oili-iM 'roinilly ttttonJeil to.
I'ui'o Irobh I'liinlit'B, Boila wuti'i' ami Ico
ClO.Ull no J, i.
l'l ti)il.ito.iloiilintry by lr. Muhko
wliii h iiiumiM Uio boHt ami hitoet kinda
o( work bkiifully canfully ami properly
imicrtod Willi mi ttfU-r lioublo, but por
lout B.itibfaition. Try IT. Ktrauijo'B
BoaiiiloM rioKiia, Iho bout, lulout nud
nioht pei foil mudii.
I'ar load ol i-luthiuK ami haU JubI io
ooivodal Iho I'.ohs HI'jui. TIiobo gooilB
wi'io mdoioil iliioil f'om Iho fucU'ilt'B
bil.no wo iiulii'ipuliiil ot Bt'llin oul, Hiid
a i o ulluii'il I ) llio public at tobl. Utut
Iii tint; vlulhini: on Iho ooiibt, Uxlor made
not oMoplod. Cull and cuauilno thutii.
Oui ba(:i mo Iho IuIohI ulyli'B und ro
w ni Hi doiiblo what, we offoi' them at.
Wc arc determined
Dry uuuus, Llotlun Hats, Hoots, Shoes, Indies' and
Cents' I'urnisliinif Goods, Ulankets, Ouilts, Laces,
AT E I
This time wc MUST Sl'XL, as we have sold our
Real Instate and must jive possession in Sixty Days.
NO HUH BUG.
Our late arrivals are all the best and most fash
ionable K(Mds the city, and are direct from the
AND ASK FOR PRICKS AT
Caro Bros Boss Store.
CoiuuiiHAoiicr Jlyron wan in Iho city
l or Iho boat bi.o of UIiIm IIikihh go to
the Novully btoro.
Mi4 Joo Niiilih, of Nonparinl, ns
viailiiiK tu thin oitv Ut wvik.
I.li.io lluld win of this city vUilt-il
fritiiula iioarltice Mill laat wiok.
No iiilattke ill be nindo by haviug
your dt'iitul woik douo b IT. StraiiKe.
'. II. I'illK, Iho duil grower wu in
Ioau 1 rlday from lLo Oaki, litar J Click -lei.
l ucln- nut fakoB in what our advor
tinliiK roltiiuiitt Hproafiit. Tliu 1!m
K A. Ilc.ier, at Aliahkui'a wuio
Iioubo, bu 8 hay, giain and all kindu of
To n In, lulD, lump chain mid a full
camping outfit cun bo found at Alt-gander
Minrnn MiT.y and l.ulil A'ili'gto loft
tlnii ullf niD in (i r VonralU mi a hhort
viaii. Kiiit-nn K.'glor.
Cah uld forKiaiu, and all kinds of
fi'.rui pri'duclrt, at Abraham' warohoiiKo.
It. A. l'oIKH
Noilto in bi'ifby uiven that V. C laviB
iaiiolotiKvi my agoiil.
II. I.. MAiixikii.i.
Minn .leiiuio l'otlit, of Kiio Hill, lino
returned homo from TilluniiK'k, whoio
olio hat boon foi Boitio niou'.ha.
N. A, I'onlor and Mira l.'u.ie Colo, of
PoJe Cauyou, weio uiarriod AuiKt
ltth, lH'.'H. Kov. Iay ofliciatintf.
M iBB Laura K. .Ioiiob, of (ho liniuj
Watohuian, oamo up from lTain on l.nt ,
Friday liyouint's local, on busiuroB.
f .1 ii ii'ni: - ..f l..i....i t i.fl l '
.JOIIU L. 11 III1MUIO, Ul IWWIll Vll'l'tj
made tlul pr.of of his hoiuoeload claim
befoie the local land oltloe, Saturday.
T. (i. Wilson, foimerly of thia couuly
han opened a law oflice in Suio, Llun
county, where bo wcut to loach school.
J. W. lluut rclut nod to 1'ouglus coiiu
ty Saturday from a visit with his Bon at
Doad Indian. Aehlaud Valloy Kecon!.
j;. lu(.laa. M. !., uiomUr l'oari! ol
I'eiirion Kiuuiiiifi. Ollico, Murslciu
buililin rohidint; coruor Main isud C'urb
I). Ii, Moiliin? will luavo today for
Oak'aud Or., whore he will visit W. I.
Stuart at Choiiowoth l'ark. IVrtlaud
Iuipuro blood ie au euouiy to health,
aud may lead to BuriouB disease. Hood's
SarHaparilla coD-iuers this ouomy aud
W am kii, immediately 000 uieu to buy
aud wear our high grado pauts, new
goods. Pi Icoa from oue dollar up.
Miss l.dua Hodeou of J'.audou arrived
iu thia city Saturday night aud will
make bur home with her aunt, Mrs. J , 1 .
i'arkor, in this ciiy.
l.oo aud I loyd W illtius came iu from
KoBoburg this morning ou their w heels,
aud after u short Btay here left (or Liuu
county. llugeno ltegisler.
Mrs. I1.'. I., l'isher, who liaa been
sponding the past two months with her
folks at l.ugono, rclurued to Asuland
Sunday. Ashland Valley Kecord.
Mr. l'etora, of Kojuburg, was hoie
yesterday, aud uftei lookiug ovoi the
Mouloitli dryeiB bolng But up hoie, or
dered ouo (or his use. Ktigeuo Uegis
tor. Mies Kate l'lymalo will loavo with the
WooJineu excursionists (or Kau l'rancla
co, aud expects to remain there eovoral
months. Jaoksouvillo for. iu Anhlaud
N. La Kiiit baa boon appoiuted ad
ministrator of the estate of Pay id Jie
uotdeuoasud with bond 11 sod ut '2 1,000.
The estate is of the probable value of
F. U. Collinuii, phybiclun aud surgeon
Oflice iu Taylor & AVIIbou block, rosi
deuuo 720 Stophoua street, rrolosaioual
calls lu town or country prompllv au
sweied night or day.
l'.olow is a list ol uew goods jiiBt re
ceived aUho Novelly Store; lHaukots,
calicoes, shirtings, sheeting, lickiugu,
outing tlanuels, carpet warp,'hjt8,Bhooe,
umlirellas, yaiuB, tow Hugs etc.
Tht Hive mid Full of Mrrchunt do
puuds solely upon his purchasing power.
Our system ul buyluu iu couuoctiou with
- stores euabloa us to buy L'O per cent
under auy murcliaut who goes It alouo.
What does this meau la you? We me
daily receiving now goods and at our l.ill
opeuiug will have tho best uoEorted liue
o( gouvial luoichaudioe in the city at
LiwohI cash prioeB. Waleli tor uur opeu
iug nnnuiiucumoiil. Kotitlnng iNovolty
lo close out our hirc stock of
Maiuronl in i.tiu poiiml ciirlontia at
I'r. l;. Dn'iaN han rcturiiod fiom a
fthoit biltiuoa 1 1 ift t'l Hat riaburtr.
O. ('. I'.rowu and wifo uie taking au
outiiirfat tho nioiitli of lli'i l'mK'ju.
MIhh Lthul HiiJJlc of iloiitroi)k is
vikiliug friendH und rolalivoa in this city.
Mine Ta Terry nl'i'tied yesterday
from a virii wiih (lion l on Uoberts
. II. iordou Iihb roiuinud home
from Silver I nk", whim ho has boon for
Misa t-raco Hockley, of ibin c'.ty, will
join relatives ut Oakland, in a vit-it to
Missouri uoxt nioiitli.
Mre. L. I. Cat), of Kobur was
among the latent uirivaUul llicleach
Ibis week. llaiuluii Ki coder.
Kov. KatluT J. A. Levo(jiU", fcimiily
ol Nen lliuufiw ick. Iium taken cbarne of
llio Catholic cliimli in this city.
Frank Shii klin 1 und v if- t.f Lo iking
kIub.', DomkIjii i:i)ii:,ty, uro among the
biucli camKTH bote, -ll.u.doii Locotdor.
Kev.lt. W. I'.'uik, I r:iii'ily of I his
place, hill recently I eon ciMidlo tho
pautuintu of the liuptivt chuu h ut lirase
Valley , Ot.
il'iwaid iS.nilh ul Till tre, Cai., 1H yitit
iii Mr. und Mr L. lulliln itt this
city. He is on bis wny buitie from the
.lamea Miukl-r, forineiiy of tbid county
but who li.ii lueii living in C'ulilornia,
has rotiirnodto Koschiir ni'.!. bis fain. ly,
and will aain hjcalo bore.
Mr. Ktneiy and .lobn K. Mil it will
Ibis wiM'k Htari a li ind id -,''00 fcheop for
( -ranlH I'dBH, goiin; ix Iol Norto couo
"t . All, rants l'asa tho sheep will to
shipi'od er.slv.ard. Tort Oi ford Tribune.
Wo mo informed by Weather Obsorv
orrlibsuti, that tho uvoiuu velocity of
the wind ut Kotmunr,;, is uboiit 3.1 miles
per hour, and is lefa than ut any oilier
point iu th I'liitcd StalcH, wlteie there
ia a weather station.
At Mtt. II. I Vision';.: it )io on Hit) -Mid
aud - lio ul II.Id monlU, lliert will bo
serve. I line tatupio cup.H ol I 'llVo made
on the premise.;. AU Ihe l.tdiib of the
city and I'jiitity aio inuU'il lo t ail, and
enjoy a cup of coffee.
IT. T. 11. l'ord, picsidliig older of the
L'ugouo dihliict of tho M. I'. Church, no
compuiiod by his f jn uiin, who id a
student of Iho state iiuivcrtity ut I'm
gone, Bpoist two or three daya with
friends iu this city latt week. LT, Kord
was ou bis way borne from an cxteUBivo
trip cast ot tho mountains.
At tho Uto teachers examiualiou held
iu this county, the following applicants
received ccititlculoa. Addio Lllison,
Wilbur, third grade: Pol In M. Cole,
Oakland, second giudo; Addie Cooper (
Kosebuig, third grade; Delia Morria
Kuby, flrat grade; limma Agce, Wilburi
sccoud grade; I'orothy l.ou, Koseburg,
third grado; Uraco Hull, Myrtlo Creek,
third grade; .elia 1? ron , Olalla, becoud
Pitn. u Klauialh I '!!, Or., Thurs-,
day eveuiug AugUKt 11, IS'. '8. Jobu Cill-
lutte, uldeet bou ol Kov. and Mrs. illetto
axed ears and 10 mouths. The fun
eral services wero held in the 1'reEbyto-!
riau church, Friday utteriioou at 2
o'clock, inlet mont being made iu the
Klamath Falls coiuetory.- Wlauiatb
l ulls Kxpress.
Kov. CJillotte was foruioily at Cauyou
ville, iu this county, aud it is with deep
regret that the dieuiU oi the family will
loam of the death of the sou and brother.
Tho telephone companies building lo
connect Ihe FaciHe coast liius, w ill meet
ut Wolf crook. Tho California lino is
built as far as Sinson, and tho Oregon
company are this side of Kugoue. The
latter crew uro putting up 35 poles lo the
mile, aud outindo of citioa arc averaging
two miles por day. They uie using cop
per wire, weighini: Sit) pouuda to the
mile, A forci of ;0 men are uow ou
gaged on construction work from Ash
laud to Wolf crook, and u force aio work
iug from OaUjud to Wolf creek. Those
this side of r.ugcuo w ill work through to
Oakland, while the (ureo between Puns
uiuir and Ashland will close tho gap.
Tho line will be in operatiou by October
let. Oakland lia.otto.
(in you like best---groccr-lil
Is or tloctor-liills?
Use the wholesome
baking powder JSfei !
JtMgls Best n
LVTTER TkOM ALASKA.
l)tt, Amhk.i, Auir. fl IHOH
Iiolors leaving Kosehurg, I promised
lo w rllo you after reaching here, I have
tint forgotten this promUe nil llmno
wecki, bin on account of being very
bony, I have not had much to write Hint
would inlsrest th average (wrs'jri not no-
ipiaiuted with (ho oonditiom of thi
cjuiitry. I had yny pleanant li in up,
cme by the way ol the Columbia riycr,
and had Juit a little nu exyerieuen, but
did Dot gut tea sick. The inland puxftiigu
is a delightful one, ut leatl in tho hiiiij
mer lime, and the scoiiory it beyond lien
criplive powers, no I will junl say. "il is
gund". 1 reached here May 0th and
imsiiiiied my official dulieu on the 7th of
the nuuio inonlli. I found Judge John
IJ. Smith, though vuy much criticised
for ollicial conduct here, a very accom
modating gentleman, an be w.ii very
courteous to me, and took great interest
in showing mo Into the detail of my du
ties. I here lias always been, that is, for
the lui-t year, tbeto baa been iuito a spi
rit of rivalry between Pyoa and fcksg
wny, Ihoy lie about six miles apart, nud
uro Nopi ratod ly a point of hmd running
oul into the bay. Jiotti towns are silua'c 1
on rather Hat ground, consoijucnlly it rc
ipiiies very long wharves lo roach water
deep enough V) laud deep water ships.
Iu providing (or thir, the people of Skag-
way were in the load, and have lour flue
wharves and docks, all coaiplcte so, that
froight can lx and is loaded right from
the ships, and then transferred at uuy
tiJe'right to Ijwu. Pyea was slow. They
commenced a whatf aud dock, but did
nol puhh il forward lo completion, so the
ship land at bkagwuy and got the trade
laigoly settled iu that direction, and
while the Pyea wharf and dock cau be
uow used, only part of the bhips coming
this way land here at all.
bkagway ii made up largely of ' rcgou
people, mostly Irom abo it I'ortiaud, with
guile u sprinkling from Seattle
Tho recent fight for law and order at
Skagw uy, was u great fight. 1 knew Home
time ago that il would have to come
sooner or later bud I knew that when il
came it would be a iigM that would io:t
life, aud 1 feared the lo.-s of much prop
erty, as the out-law element had doliod
the authorities aud threatened the towu
wiih destruction by lire if they wore
moictUd, so when the end was reached
and only two lives lost, 1 roali.) Ihe cost
of rinlit was Dot m groat as was gout r
ally expected. To say that for live days
and nights the town was at fever bout in
excitement but mildly expresses it. A
genuine lynching beo was only averted
by tho best kind of bard work. Ten
men and one woman connected with the
gambling aud robbing element have been
bound over lo the grand juiy and tul.en
lo Sitka, while quite a uumkor wore ad
vised to, aud did leave the tow n for other
and mure cougeoial climes.
A rail road ia now being built from
Skaway across the White I'asa, the road
is now in tunning order and trains are
running out about four miles from Skag-
way. This outerpiieo U uiakitg very
largely to the building up of Kkagway
Into a pormauent town, tho streets are
well arranged and the town nicely plat
ted, the work of surveying and platting
wa done by Frank Keid, the man w ho
was shot by "Soapy"' Smith.
1 a:ii now arr.iu ging to locate my
family at Skagway, as it ia tho better
place to live; 1 will btill have to main
tain my ollico hero, but will spend most
of my time at Skagway, as nearly all of
tho businoEB is row douo there. A. C.
Marks, and wife are located about hall
a block from my olliee, conso'iucutly I
see them olleu; I III. Loug'uary is still
with him, wbil3 .l.un us Pjuui ng, ol
Linking Okies is iu charge of a packing
train betweou heie ami Canyon. I saw
Koscoo Circe n today ; J. J. Cuwlichl, and
aud Stouey ate here teaming, Stouoy has
served ou juries twice since 1 have been
here, while Hal. Loughary has served as
a Bpecial ollioer in the m eter of au iu
iiueBt aud summoned a corouer's jury,
and A. C. Marks acted iu tho capacity of
special otlicor au I served papers in au
attachment case. At Skagway, our old
friend, Mr. Niece, formerly of Koeoburg,
was ouo of the corouer's jury ia On in
quest held over the body of "Soapy"'
Smith, ho waa aUo a juror in a case of
criminal trespass, soma tiiuo ago, so you
B09 tint the Douglas couuty people are
cuttiug souio figure in this country, Pr.
Dtadley aud J. H. IL Carlwright aid iu
the iutorior some where, while tho irre
pressible L. P. Carle ia a uavigator on
tho lakes, boiug duly licensed to do that
kind of work by the pow ers that be :u
the North West Teiritory. Oregon peo
ple Boom to have a faculty ol getting
along pretty well out here, ljuite a nice
haul was made right here u town, tho
otherjday by thojcustoiu otlioers. A hu g o
cousiguuieiit ol "eggs" uudor bjud for
tho Canadian territory, was boiug ship
ped through bore, the custom ollieors bo-
came BUjpLima 111 it tho boxo) cont ain
ed souiolhiug m ro valuable thau cg;s,
so they ''weul" through them ; they
found tho otfgs nicely packed, two layers
ou tho lop, two ou the bjttoiii and two
at ouch oud, but lu the middle was nice
ly and very carefully etowed away one
dozen bottles of tho finest ot old Scotch
W hiskey, lOJO bottlea was tiiuj bding
smuggled through, aud was contiBcatcd.
Tho poor smuggler could only stand by
aud boo 18000.00, iu big gold dollars, slip
through his tlugers, as thai ia what it
would have beeu worth once across the
liue, tho eggs woio iiiteuded to cover tho
cost of tiuusportutiou aud iiidt cost ol
whiekoy, This only goes to show, thai iu
some iuslauees, the way ol the trans
groesor is hard; however ho icpackcd
UiaoggB, und wont on his way a wiser,
if not a richer man.
Today wo tire I. living il real warm, the
buu is coming dowu iu good old fashion
ed dhape, aud the glacier jiiBt above town
is Bondiug down tho iiiouutaiu ipiito u
elieaiu ol water again. 11 bus becu ipiitu
cold aud windy for bonoiaI woeku puut.
Well, we are having Homo new mining
rxcilpiiiuit.fi nc illtiovftr bus lieu
ma le Hboiit hif war t wei.." bore and
lMson ; the llnd is reported lo lie ril h
or than the Klondike, and hundreds of
niroi urn now on lh trail with ihtdr out
(Us making for llio now fctrik-. I inter
viewed one of (be first lo criin iu from
there; ha was in my olliee an hour Ibis
riiornii g, and bi.-iidos allowing nm line
Bpecimeiis taken during his abort trip in
that section, ho told mo unit h of the
country and its ricliiies; he wil'i no or
al ollir.ru wor In there ti.ree weeks, h
ca'o l their cUiiiis and are now out for
the iiH'o-i" of piilting in MiplirN fwrlhe
It wan reported Ihul yefetcrday there
were llye llioiiMimd jieoplo at Like I'elt
uell wanting traiitfportatioii but could
u t gel it, and no boats were lo m had
for love or money, this place U nearly
deserted of ineu, but is full cf Klondike
widow n, even some ladies are arranging
2')ilc a large amount ot gold is coming
out this way from the Klondike, but it is
hard to tell anything an to the real
amount, ono reason in, that every miner
is supposed lo pay a royalty on all of the
gold that he lakes out, coiise'i'icutly il
ho has "sunk" auy on the side (hat Lo
has not reported, he does not w ant any
one to know hia real amount, as the
authorities finding it out, would confis
cate his claim and all of Ids belongings
left (or his return, so il may mean a
good deal for him not to let any one
know what lie has got.
I am running Ibis out in long, so I
will chop oil', and leave something for a
future letter. "Willi kind regards t) the
goud pjople o( UoBeburg. I letuain, very
C. A SfcllLIIULDJC.
LUt of Letters
Ut-maining uncalled for in tho Koee-
Karnes, MiM Maigie M. I-ewellcn, J. L.
Cuvillier, I'ael V. Miller, John
Case, Nelson F. Mathews, Paul
liuilford, Frod Myer, Billoe
Johneon, F. J. o l'engra, Mrs. W. B.
Person i calling for these letter will
please stall the dateon which they were
adu'rtiecd, August 2od. The letters
will lie charged for at the rate of one
W.M. A. Fli.tTKK.
Stubblcflcld for Sale.
I bavo lor K'e, about 200 acres of gxd
stu'iblc nas'ure. If not bold will take
stock to ustuie by Ihe weik or month.
I.. J. Arn.vr,
M .drose, Oregon.
ituv, Frank L. Moore left for lite East
ou hist night's oveil in l.
C. II. Litliog of Prockway made this
otGee a busiueas call tody.
A daughter of Kev. F. W. Leouard of
Pillard, is eick with typhoid fever.
P. W. Strong nud family are home
from camping on the Fast L"iiipiua.
Mrs. S. W. Thompson, who has been
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Byars at the soldiers homo, has returned
to her home at Salem.
Simou Caro and family are home
from a two week's outing ut Colesleiu,
Jacksou county. They report a good
time but glad to be home again.
Elmer Wimberly, of this city, and
liu Ford, of Eugene, wont over to Cala
pooia Friday evening, to visit Ed. Elli
6on and Oicar ilorrcll, old Fniveraity
Tho live liigiiraneo man P. S. Wcbl of
Koseburg, arrived at 1'andou Tuesday.
He is hero in tho iutoivet of the Conti
nental Insurance company. Pandon
M'ua l.ydia Munsoii und her brother
John, who have boeu vibitiug near
Gravel Ford, returned to their homo iu
Kos-cburg this week. Mvitlo l'oiut
Norman Agoe of Pjuglas cjuuty
at rived in Puudou yesterday with the
lineel lot c( w utormelt- iia und peaches
that have boeu soon here this ecasou.
Miss Laura Jonoii, editor of Ihe Drain
Watehui.ni, oxh.'c!s to attend tho Oregon
it WaBhiugtou rresa Association meet
ing at Spokauo Washington, which com
mences August -j'.li.
Tht! ptomiuui lists for the district fair,
to be held ut U)scbnrg, Oct. llh, are
now out, ami can ho procured at the
county HHioc-sjr's olliee, in the court
house, or at the etoro of II. C. Stautou.
A few (fiends gathered ut tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dellils, Saturday
eyening, to meet Howard Smith, of
Tulare, California. Tho time passed
very pleasantly with gunoa and music
until midnight, when au elegant lunch
was solved. Those preseut wore Lena
and Carrie Kearney, Ivy aud Maboi Van
IJuron, Helen Smith, Mr. and Mra.L. E.
Boltilj, Howard Smith, Sluuloy Kidder
and Pan Laugeuberg.
Andy Stariuor, while euroutu to Rose
burg with a load of passengers, met with
an aecidtut on the old Cooi bay road,
ttbuut eight milei ubovo Sitkum, result
iug in the 1.184 of a valuable horse, fioui
being suuiii'ed iu tho abdomou with a
sharp slick. The passengers, Misses
Alice Slemmler, Lydia Muusou aud Mr.
J no. Mitnsou, had the ploasuro of w alk
lug eight miles to the uoaroBl houe.
Myrtlo I'oinl Entorpi 'io.
Weekly Excursions to the Cast.
A toutist Bleeping oar will leave Fori
land every Tuesday alii p. in. via Ihe O
U. Jc N. without change to .liostou, and
uudor tho Mipervision of experienced
conductors. No change of ears to the
cities of Ouiuha, Chicago, t'.ullalo or
Uoutou. The ideal trip to the oast is
now before you. Remember I hia hoi vico
when goiug'Kiist, und conmilt O. R. & N.
agoids, or uddioiui,
W. H. Ill lil HI HI,
(ieiieial l'.u Leii);el Ai.onl,
I.I, 1'oiUaud, Or.
They Wert present At the Surrender
We lake Ihe following nolfs cotietrn
ing IIih Orrgoo troys from Ihe Han
Fraiielno Eianiiner's acvontil ol Ihe sor
render of Manilt.
Manila, August II, via Hong Kong
August 19. The band of the Second Ore-
gon Regiment marched into the city, and
aw the first American flag raised at 5 :0.
The band halted and played ' The Str
MpKngled Banner. "
OtXI TV Till; I'ALAi K.
The same dispatch also saye:
"The Second Oregon Regiment, Col
onil Summers, commanding, ll tbeUov
ernoi's guard and now occupies the
From this it would Mem onr boys look
leading part in tbe earrender ol tbe
metropolis of the rhillpplnee.
Note by the Wayside.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hendricks are
moving to tbe Clark ranch in Brookaide.
Mr. Morris Webber il building a long
stretch of private road.
Mr. E. A. Kruse has rented tbe T. L,
H.C. Bartrum and family sojaorned
to the forks of (he rivers Sunday, and
judging from (he noise and scrambling
tbe natives of Dewey Camp ere improv
Mr. (irahaui of tbe Corry ranch baa
g)ue to Klondike.
I. B. Kiddle was at Dewey Camp Sun
Mr. Stephen Nexton's farm ii a beauly
sight now aud well worth a visit.
MisM Maggie McClallen is apending a
couple cf weeks with Myth Ifanan at
Mr. aud Mrs C. 1'. Clark have left for
The Dalles where Mr. Clark ia employed
on the railroad.
Mrs. E. E. Richards spent a few days
at her mother's this week.
The Case of Joseph Allen.
Joseph Allen, who was arrested on the
13th ol thia month at Oakland, charged
with tbe murder ol J. S. Reynolds on
July 25th near Helena Mont., Ia a eon of
Joaeph Allen who formerly lived on tbe
Upper Calapooie in thia county. Yoong
Allen who ia about 22 years of age left
ibis county with his father about three
years ago, goiog to Montana where they
have siuce resided.
Sheriff Davidson arrived from Mon
tana, and lost Thursday started back
with the prisoner.
The account given ol the killing, a)
given by the defendant differs very ma
terially from that given by sheriff David-
eon. While Allen claims that the killing
was in self defence, the account given
by the sheriff would indicate that tbe
killing was premeditate murder.
On lost Friday about noon, Mr. Jsptba
Green's team, when in front of tbe post
oflice, became frightened and ran away,
going north on Jackson street to Douglas,
then east to the alley back ol tbe court
house, where thev became tangled and
Frank Castle, a boy about 12 yeais ot
age and a grandson of Mr. Green, who
was in the wagou at the time, waa thrown
out and sutttined quito serious injuries
about the hea 1. He waa taken to the
residence of Mrs. Whitney whero bis in
juries were treated by Dr. Coflman.
A buggy belonging lo Hugh Brown, in
which hia two daughters were sealed,
was struck aud the wheel crushed but
Ihe young ladies escaped without in
jury. Doe Creek.
Ex-Judgo Riddle ia talkiug some of
putting a saw mill up here on Poo
Thoro ia a largu amount ol railroad
w ood to be put iu here at this place.
E. Jciikiua aud John Jeukiut, ot Myr
tie l'oiut, are up hero cuttiug wood.
A. Ci.uud J.C. Adame of Pillard are
ci. W. Riddle has a liue prospect if a
large prtuio crop.
Ou the road between Uoeeburg and
Cleveland, by J. H. Pierce, a pocket
book. Owner can obtain the aame by
calliug ou Mr. Pierce, at Cleveland, and
proving bis ownership, aud by paying
tor this notice.
Wanted Hop Pickers.
1 will give 40 ceuta per bos (or picking
bops this eeasou. Apply to
N. La Rait, Wilbur, Or.
At a bargaiu, a good secoodbtud buggy
aud eingle harness. Inquire at this oJlce.
Thouianila are Trvlaa; It.
In order to prove the great merit of
t-i.,'o r..o... itnli.i Dm most affuotiva euro
for Catarrh and Cold in Bond, w have pre
pireil a generous trial hi for 10 ceuta.
del it of your druggint or beud 10 ceuta to
ELY BUGS., M Warruu St., N. V. City.
nitt inrh of Ilia wont kind
.... ,, ii ui,l 1 never houed for
cure, but Ely's Cream Balm aaeuts to do
even that. Many peipiaiuniiiwa uao uo
it with excellent revnlU. Ubcar IMruui,
13 VYarreu Ae., CUIengu, Bl.
Elv'a Cream Balm ia the acknowledged
curo'for catarrh and coutaiua no coeniuo
mercury nor ouy injurious drug. Jriee,
CO oeuts. At druggiats or by uiaiL
Mies Carrie (iuorge, of Pra'nt, has
ehaigi) ol Ihe 1'osUl telegraph olliee,
during the a'euce ol Pouald Robs, iu
Aaloiia. Albany lUiald.
Rfl stake tke H4 sura,
vrkeKeaese see felkiec.
I it, bo I
Ovgei MVaft 9tf0f KwNs? Ifstt
(From tho (Jaztttc.)
John R. Medley left for the placers on
Misa Mary Black, ol MarshOeld, is
visiting at the borne of J. C. Quant.
Mrs. Ross, of Kalem, Is visiting hr
brother, Mr. Grant Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. L. Dimmick, who
spent the weak at Harsh field, returned
The health of Professor Russell, who
is now at Soda Springs, ia reported as
J. B. Cannon, of Koseburg, who has
tbe agency for the Singer in Douglas
county, was in Oakland Tuesday.
Capt. O. W. Peters went to Eugene
Wednesday morning to Inspect a dryer
wbicb be contemplates erecting imme
diately at bis orchard.
Mrs. Green and daughter Orva, Mrs.
Clara Baker and daughter, all of
Walla Walla, are guests at the borne ol
Uncle Ed Young.
Uncle Johnny Hunt, who bus been
visiting bit eon at lluut, Oregon, return
ed Saturday. Uncle Johnny says be
waa in a mountainous country, and es
caped the hot weather under which we
lees fortunate mortals sweltered.
On Thursday afternoon, Mable Far
mer, while at play with other little girls,
fell from a fence and broke her right
shoulder. Dr. Page reduced the fracture
and made the little sufferer aa comfort
able aa could be nnder tbe circumstances.
Neas Brothers this week sold their
meat market to J. F. llogan aud S. M.
Kelley. Mack will chase io tbe bovite
and Frank will work on tbe blocs, and
tbe new firm will endeavor lo eopply
Uieir customers with the Lest product
of the country.
Caacat Tour lloweli Willi Catcarala.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation fomver.
Bargains in Real u state
No 1. 50 acres all nnder fence, fair
boose and barn, all in cultivation. This
is all a No 1 land, school H mile. To Rose
burg S miles. Price f 1000.
No 2. 100 acres all nnder fence and
cross fenced. 80 acres in cultivation.
Balance good pasture, good bouse and
barn and all necessary out buildings.
Small family orchard, a fine mountain
stream ol water running through the
place. Thia is a first class place, 0 miles
from Koseburg. Price 12000, down.
Balance on fair terms.
No 3. 200 acres, 20 under fence, nice
orchard, fair house and barn, good pas
ture. Land 7 miles from Rosoburg.
ts'o 4. 10 acres, 1 mile from Koseburg,
in a high state of cultivation, 2 acres lu
strawberries, 4 in orchard, good garden, I
room bouse, lair barn, well watered, all
necessary larmiug utensils, 00 chickens,
2 jersey cows and one calf, one horso, .
one buggy ono light wagon two set of
harness, lots ot email fruit trees. Thia
is a complete and perfect home. Price
No 5. 5 acres, 1 uiilo from Rosoburg,
(air bouse and barn, nice family orchard
cac horse and cart. Price $100.
No C lot! acres all under fence, in
cultivation oo acres. Pox bouse o rooms,
small barn and all necessary out build
ings, 2 acres in orchard, U milea to
school. Post-office l.'' miles. 2,'u' miles
to Oakland, a nice little city. Price
I. . Kick',
Real Estate Agent,
No-l-Bc for t'iri) Crulk.
Ciusmnteed tobacco hubir i-ero makes weak
nieo strong, blood pure. SUo.Sl. ,n iiruvvial
Lumber Haulers Wanted.
Fvrly good teams for hauling lumber.
Price 11.60 to (5.00 per M. ft., owing to
distance. Work will couliuuu uutil
rainy eeasou. Write to
The Scuah Pink D. A L. Co.,
C! rants Pass, Oregou.
To Car Constipation Furcrer.
TaVo C'ajcarots C'auiiv Cutliortic lOoorS&o,
II U C. C. (ail to euro, ilrutaioi return! uiuuty.
lor Over fitly Vcnia.
AN UU AMD WBLb-Taiao Kbmsov. Mr
Wlnalow's Boothlug Hyiup hai boeu used (or
overfllty years by tnllllooiot mothers lor their
children while teoihlui, with perfect tuocena,
It soothes the child, aotteus the gumk, allays all
pain, cure wlud colle, aud Ullie bent leniedy
lor Dlarrha'a. Ia pleanaiit lo tbe tanto. Bold by
droggiita tu every irt el the world. Twenty
Ave cents a bottle. Ita value I tucalculablr.
Be sure and ak tor tin. W liulow's boothjns
Syrup, and take no other kind.
a scat Vour Bowels Wltk Iwctrti.
Cundy Cathartic, euro conittipullon forever.
o, 36o. II OL O. O. full. dmuKldte refund moue
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Ti Kin. You Havt Always Bought