The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, September 19, 1898, Image 3

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,uI!iv'h liimcr irt krt
buay iitlllig nc ii'i I'" iliyrrc.
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iimlurekii 1. Nov lu.i- nltlm NoVi-Uy
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l.uti! iiollakcti nwli.il "''i iidvcr-
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nolo HKl'lltM.
New iiIdlI. nl I ulii'H -ni'l uuifui's' liuu
hIioob, nil Llio l iti'i't "lylof, jut ri'ceivcd
Ut I'll I I Ott Hi OH.
KiiiiKO to Kent. Oi ili tuko atock to
I'iihIiho by tlm ii k nr month. I'. '.
A i iint, Mi'lrotc.
Ml our kooiIh uio now uml nl tin) lutcil
Blyli'ii. No ahoiwoiii K'ioiIh nil bund ut
I ho I'.ourt Mull'.
Tt'lllM, coin, llllll cliiiim illid u lull
i.aiiiinK millltu can bo loiiutl l Alex
Budor iV Mionn'c).
Call ut tlio Uoiiti Mo in uinl niiio tlieir
HooJh, and you wi'l lt f it j-riyi'il to find
tlmiil ut inn li low linrcH.
A l.i io an 1 lino iiuuiii tini'iil nl t'hil
ill cu'ci uIiocb jiml iccnivc'd ut 1'anolt
Hk'U. Cull mid i;i'o tliciu.
Moiii'y tt loan nu i ily nnd country
lroirly. . Ui".
MaratoiH' ItmldiiiK', liotmbui-Ki l)r-
W'hiit uvuryoun eayu niiml bo tiuo.
1 bo clioiicut ol luim mid colfcca in to u
t Mn.i, II. ICm iun'i-.
I'ho luluio in uni't'i Inin, nut II "
lvi'iii your lilojd 1'ino with llood'a Sur
eaiurlllB )oii may bo uuro ol irood bealtli.
I.adiuti, buy oiio ol oin l iu do fide
coiubii, llio lalnsl iiovolty in Imir dnBH
iug, docn uway willi li.iir i'iiii). At llio
Novelty Stoio.
1'or ih icih mnt iimlily i nM t tlionld
nrigiiial bt.iml, I iohIi uml ill iod IruilB,
nuidy mid inilM, i i u j mid tobiicco ut
nriccu to mil all. Mum. II. Mai ion.
Tho W. C. T. I', will hold t icgulur
iiieotingH on tlio Hccoiid mid louilh
Thuiailay o( every inunlli l .1 M . ui.
iu llio Kpttorlh l.i'ugiio room ol tlio M.
M, tliuri'li.
Sjwiuu niiicliiiii'H, Bowint; iiiacliincH,
Howiui; iiiucliinc'ri ut Aloxuiiili'i' iN: rjtronx,
mid tho liL'til of tliciu ul Unit, muring iu
prico from f.M li Uimuro li bco
tliciu bi'foro you buy.
I'p lo dato doiitiHliy by lr. Mungo
which lumum tlio bcul mid lutcul liiiula
ol work nkiUully caidfully mid propoily
liiHtuted with tin uftur troublo, but pop
(.nl H.ilii-fai'linii. Try lr. Klraiiuo'n
iin.iiiilii ,m riu nu, tlii bi'iil, liilrul. mid
iiiohI porfoct iniiiK',
SALE
OUT SACRIFICE
ill 1AB OF HI !
BARGAINS, call at once at
Bros Boss Store.
Tho ninth giado ol Urn l ily schools
begun Hum today.
Mm. II. A. Champagne nl NHh Dcei
Creek In in (In t it l I ay .
re. iCi-uiii mui tvifu Iiiimi i oiin noil
from a visit tn ni.nl inn.!".
V. II Mui. lit I. , nl Cleveland, tttttft
caller ul iIiIh uIIi. k Saturday.
Itev. I. M. Mandeia, ol Cleveland,
in nil. i lli:n city u v ii'ii Saturday.
F.k-1 Vuiiij ttirviyur llaydiu, as jolly
at ever, um in thisrily Saturday.
Mi. mui Mm. L S. Moiiigomfry weut
to i;.n I'l.iu I'iihh.Uv. Ail. land Town
Talk.
j Viul. L. .S!ct'.ii:ir will ham tharc
! c,( llio 111)1,11 lille hoola which I ' ll
' tii liiy.
T. I. Laline, wh hai betn tinting in
it i.i count) , It'll for hit homo in Mori
1 1 in.i today.
Mum Aim h i Inilin,; . nl I one bin i, i ,
, VlUI'lllg fl it'll'! " III .V lll.tll'l. Nlllll.llld
1 1...M, 1.1.. i
I I'nf. W..I. rjlUrmm will Lav : i -barge j
i n' ii lot in nl l." 'l. I l" i'l" " ' I "I
rOiluYlllll t'la .
lulni II. ."-Iiui'it lu ilmr'n I Hi!
Itl'.IBIltCI 'r ollli ti illirillfc' llm llI'M IM U ol
l ien ill , r 1 '.iii'iiH k .
'filln' i-i'.iIh li i. lui " I he
l.iln 1 1 ," nl I l.n oj.oi m Iimipv
Mual ( f
I l.iirnliiy
liinlil. N'plemtii'r '."-''I.
l'rul .1. !' I old, "ii'i el Ijik1ub
1'iiuiit) ' Mint'l fcllc.vlul tnnulicrs, wanii
J caller nl Huh ullivu Salui day
I . I'.. JciiiiiiiH and
li:.iily, nl Table '
, Koik.KIl .Moudav l"f liii ir i.ow In mr,
ul illmi.
-A liliiid lown Talk.
I'oinc an I Louviiici! iiiunoll, dial sv
ibi'itn iiuuiuiss ttimn wc ay o.ir I'liure
! atock luual bo Bol I. Novelty Mom.
I'rof. . C. Iliowu will lirtvo cliaiu ol j
, tli acbool in Iho Pixon dielrict, oil i
:ltcr Cici-lv, whiih npi'iiB today. ,
! 'ou will not know how much Kood j
' ll'jod'a Saicapaiilhi ill do until you try j
it. I'.av ii but tie 1'i.l.iv und I t'tiill to t.ikO j
! I J 1). Mil l.ilialian, who ban In'UU J
viiitiiii; bin hihtcr, Mia K. IIoumIoii,
'returned t) hi lmm in l.op'nr thiB
' mui niiiK
I Mint Millio Knli-'lf pined tin outi
1 iJ'jMobin I riduy, on her was to 1'oll-j
Uh'l, whoic o'.io rf'ioi I ) icfuino her
lllUBU ill uiudil'B. j
i . I'. lUirdull, of I U toil, Wiifbiug-
ton, purtli.iHud tin) Hildcbraud faim on I
Joiilh IHit CiitK, and will l.iko posohb
ion ol tho Briuin nl cih'i'. I
MifH l.uura .loiu'h, edit ir ol llio liaiii j
Watch m mi, looked iu on us atnrday.
Tho pu't!cuco of MioB I .an i.i in Hko unto
a roliiTbinn whowcr iu a dci-ci t liu l.
Mm. Homy teuton, mid ilaiighltT
Minnie, went to Albany on tbia inoin
ing'a local. Mit.a Minuio enters echwl
at Albany, and will inalio hvi houio,
whilit lliore, in '.he family of lov.
, in ick.
Miea l llitf NVillix, one ol iMudua
cnuiity'a iuohI BucceeHful tcrtchora, will
loavo Li Maiuhtiid iicnI Tburuday,
where nlie Iiub been vnaKed lo tiach
tho lull Kim of school. Tho puticnui
of tho Bcbool mo to bo conrutulated
upon uecuriiig heuoiviceH. i
Tho Jofl(ey-Murvii) dramatic compauy
will produce, in this city 'lhuradiiy uihl
nl lliia week, tho nieat play entitled
'Iho Signal Liberty." Tho blowing up
of Iho Maiuo mui tho dt'tiliuctiiiii ol
eVrvera'd llout , m o uuiottg Iho Bcenea ol
lliij t'oat play, aud are iu u panoramic
(oim. lio uud eeo ' Tlio Signal of Liber-ty."
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I'. I. Miiwi-iy f ' iil.liii.il a in tlio
rlly H.ilur.ljy.
I jubtuiili i) i !ki .i iil.eiiiu f"t I'll ii, Ih,
111 tliO N'JVclh Muli
I'nlk liall I'iiii I'm.,', 10 renin 'ni duu
tuilil Hull), nl tli i .N (vc'ly f I jr".
No HiIhIhI u Mill I ii ni.i'lj I'V ImyiuK
yunr ili'iil.il 'ii il'iiui In Ii. Miancu.
Mm jn I, in,,-! i t li.i-i 'jir.- to i'a
if.iiiii.i w!,i mj !!". '.w!: 1 1. I'll I '.liu njiitor.
ll. Il.liill' M lili'l Mlu i'l lili li', usiloJ
llio l.iiiiilv i I I . V . H i i'il In IIjib city
S tl ll I rt v .
K A. Ii'.'.ifi, ill AtiHliaiii'H wutc
Iiompu, IniMiliity, .'i4iii mi 1 nil kiuili) ol
fn rin I'H.dr.cl ).
I'ioC VWii:l.l imil s id- nl tiliilc,
njiulil i"4turilus mi I uii liy uitlirtU
1 1 V M ill UllH I I V.
I'Sllll I'lll'l I'll '-.:!. Ul.'l il'l kllnlli !
l.'iin .f,iii If, , In .ilium'r n ihiIhiiii I',
i; . . . i 1 ,.n.. i
MlI'M I II Ulilin '.Mill I I Ujtl'illllg
.Sin l.n , i, . ii inn
i rovi' Mi' ".I'll.' r.
l'i I.iv. -fiitiait1
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In mi I'iIiui I in ',
y tn
Tu'i'i.l.
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lodav in' i
IlillllilC'l li.it-
ail at co" I N
I.'. I',i ..I.-.
1'i ti mn in
. etc. C.i!
ll.'n I y n;,i k ol
i I r I .arguiu.".
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liil r' 1' i.ii i! i.i
IV I'M 'ill
IniililiiiU
I . X U III I 111 I
rct-idiii j '
.. tilli e, Mai ' lei
i ;icr Main and I'.ihh
Blrecl .
Mre. Mn
,1 .I.i ij
ii, i '
i Kjae
1,uii'. wen- th" i"i. hi ... I :i..
1'ijnaii j
In' In-l I
' llllJ laillli) mi Vjllil l.a i" ll"l I
I of tli,' wi i-k. - 1 r. l'iiel'I ." '.ii : i .
.Mr.!. v. K. yk,n an I liiii-i i-hild of
li'iielmi rauiit iIoaiiiiii l!ii lieil'lilU B
local a if 1 urn ii'h1 at lin 1. jiu.: of Mr,
uud Mm, .1. W. K iyi Fugi'ii 'iuitnl.
Couuiy I'liatiiiiiT icu. I 'iiumick and
will) went I i Lint in M!ur.!.i , lo ttciid
tho fuuiriil i'f liuu. Unity I'oLiav.
They will I'luba'.ii
lemam tl.reo or f..ur i
days.
Miurl tii'Mitidn I'o'.tcr went
l.j I 'rain !
this ruoriiiiii, wlic'c hU' lm ac
pie. I a
! BltUAl I 'II Hi' a lll'.l"!
I I 'rain N. i ii I .-. !") i
! i.ii .ion 1 1. a1.
. I.. Anii.,;tiie,
I bin bmitlit ll"' ' I I xl
! id net: on l'i 1 1 cel. ,iu 1 1
,. '. in,; iii.i-t",
I., udcltji.u
e Middle; I 'oik
nl (lie creek.
! section, and al the inouili n
j Cciuille Herald.
1'". K. Coibii.ui, pliysu iau
I Ollico in Taylor .V VN iI.miii
and fciugciill
block, re i'l-
ili.-nce, Mci. laiieii uoure.
I'li.feffcional
piompLv iiu
calia iu town nr country
invered night or dav.
t.co. W, kiini.all, who h.i:i been
spending Hie aiiuiuu i in .Wilaud, baa
roturued li.iino to Kjaobni,'. Mr. Kim
ball ha: many ftieudi hero. --Valley
Transcript, A'dihtud.
linn. Ji. M. i.ttch, fc ju Jul. u, uud
daughter Mi? I'rniiiic, iiceoiupanjed by
Mra. 11.11. eiitch u l Mui Lulu Cur
tiu left yesterday fi i u cauiping irip iu
tho I'.jhi'it.m dii-l tie! -- Cntl.igo (irovo
Measeugor.
An piideii haunt 1 i or -0 ' iicrea o
ele.ir or easily ih'.ued laud f.ir talo near
LoHchuig wiili uiiull luunin s'.io.im, or
Biiong rpriiig uf goo I water, will pleaeo
coiiiui'iuicale wi.h Mf. Alice iieorjje,
I'lain. "legon.
Aciy leauair, iccepliju waa tin -
deied Lev. uud Mn;. A lMugla:.', by
Ibeir fiiend: , ul iho ictj..leuco of Mr. and
Mib. I'. I', l'.rowu last l'liumday evening.
Keftehlllctlly wcro ceived audu very,.,.:,,!. i,uiija a solid foundation
pleaeant evening wan spent iu welconi-
iugiMie. l,)iit.'hiH to Koachurg.
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The
Uniform
quality of tli c work
manship in our
clothing i one f
it:i :.lioujj point).
Jvtcli jj.'tnjicnt i:. its
curt fully cut it ml
tailored throughout
as though made to
order. See our new
Fall Suits.
JOSEPHSON'S.
Hon Henry llccklcy Dead.
Il .ii IKiiiy lii klt-i , ol Llklou, died
at Tlio I '.i 1 1 cm, nhorily after ini.Iniililh l
urday nurting. 1 1 l!i houm a few
da.m it,'.), in ixiu.paiiy w i ill hiedaiirfbtera
Miti-iH M.jllio and r-JUiilo llccklcy, nod
Inn iikcl'B, Miefi'9 race Hockley aud
Leon Coi bin, ou a v.Mit lo hie old home,
iu Mniurl. tho piriy weia joined at
I'orilan.l by Mr. Uixkley'a ecu, James,
who in coini'aiiiti'l ll.eui Kanl. Mr.
Lcckl-y kh lak-ti i' k abort y after
li.iiin 1'oitUiid, au I wh'jn Uio liaiu ar
rived a'. Too I'i Ix In) loft tin train iu
otder tilnvo Iho c im -om i.i a phyaiciau,
but h i died bin. i. U alter leaving the
ttaiu. Tne le'naiua ure hrouifbl back
t il.lk'oti, ali. tn tin: Llm rat an 1 inter
iret,! Uk.V place yettenUi . M-. I'..tk-
ley was a pioimrr ol iMiiglaa cnunly, '
Ii.imi. came toiii.-gnii in l't": Ho'
. m,i li'itn in r-. w i:.i Ian I county , Indunu, :
.laiiuaiy It'i IftJ.', and rein ive I In Mia- ,
jm'iii. In. in which )lu bo lame lo Oie- '
.gnu. lie wa marned to Mua Mary
WnnUon ill Volnaila. ibia cntllity, .1 nu-!
tlnv I till, isi.i. lie w.s iLit father uL
thitic'ii i-liil'lieii, tl eii ul whcuieUi-'
vie hint. Mr. Leckley ionk au aciivo ;
j pail iu iniiu'y aH.iua. an 1 at dilleivut ':
j tiim- wan vtecied county cetnitiiivioucr,
: rei.n'M'iit ilive and ulalo senator, lie i
Win mif nl llm ruofil auci easlul hubiueea
uj -ii in llie c'.'.in'y, and leaves cntieider-
. . i. i . i.f.. ..i i
a'i.e properly, ao a lenun ! a nn- "i m
duolry and hmiHHty. HalMieaa boat
of liiwnl.1, wlio mourn hia death.
W. .1. llrown, the retiring lur.ncr ol
the well-known tirm of Heriuaou A
l'uowu, together with his family, will
leave for their old home ut Oakland,
UjucIm county, Minday. Mr. I.rowu
Iub proven himself a very conetrvative
and
practical buaiuestt uiau, alwaya I
in bia dealiiig-t, accoujiiiodititg, t
J Jcl
.1 iiiN'riic 1 1 ul the , a"1 courteous loan, inoinuiiiy imm , risuurg, is a turtle larui ol wliieli UUl lil
- 1 iniri l i) 'h Ctipi-' iL.u'e a host of friends during ihcir resi-1 ne ,ag oeen said, yet from w hose ponds
dcii. e at tbis pluco, who deeply regret there has been shippad to city markets a
i itie.i ilopatltiro. ineir places iu i lie
bxialaud hiiainehs ciicleaol cur nty
I will I.-) hard to till. Mr. l'.rowu contctu-
, plates catting his lot iu ll joolulu. We
wish I hem hapioejs and prosienty in
their new homo, wherever il may l o.---Myitle
l'oint lCuterprtfitv
Cam l'i J'.hni, ut the l'.-s More, aro
elof-ing out their buBiueBs preparatory lo
reiiinviug t j auothor tieid. Tuo Curo's
Rie pioneers iu busiuess ut Hoseburg aud
ibeir removal will be.piitoa loss lo Heeo
burg aud Douglas county. They luvo
concluded that il w ould bo beat lo closo
out their business as much as poeeible
rather than to pay freight ou Iho goods,
uud our people will gel tho beutlitol
ibeii- sacralice r-ale. iee their new ad in
this iSblUi.
Mine Kmma I. l itherlefl fertiales
viilo tiuuday uioruiug, wheio aho has
bus been engaged to leach the fall term
i cf school.
! K. aud .1. 1'. Sheridau weut to tho
itut,t.mia iniuiug district l'riday to look
I tlrt) , iVr miuiug iuteret-ls iu that
loi-ulity.
j l. it. Ouuuou uud her mother,
j Mrc M . L. Lewis, left Minday for Ku
I Keue and l'oiHand where they will vieit
j i let.ds.
! jiu, i,thi uieilii mo you can take is that
lor
liealth in pure
sopurilla.
rich blood -Hood's
r-'ar
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If
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MENS
Shoes
That Hake Pricnds
are the only kind vc
wish to .sell. They arc
the only kind we do sell,
and with each pair wc
sell wc make ;i tiew
friend. They are not
only stylish but good
clear through. See our
Shoe line.
AMOUNT Ol- WOOL Ubl;U.
Oregon and Washington Have Seven
teen notions on Hand.
I'kr.nu.ioN, V, O: Wooliutu, ahbougb
they have been leudiug loaardtf advia
lug grown to coiiBigu their clip, are
not )tt aeetintig any Urge amount ol
wool. 1'iaUically no wool uiouug, aud
grower remain undecided as lo the
advisability of accepting I tie oilers made
by bouBea that want iMStHgurd wool.
It is uudomtool thai titiprcl deals are
being figured on, and may (ructlfy in
Something deli mln Witt many daya
have gone by. Woliiie:i Here liguriDg
loilay on the clipa ol Oiegun and Waeb
intoti, and liuria oblaine.l l-r the
various poiuia iu Oregon were:
I'ne lallea O.'JO.IKK) -jundn
Arlington, Ij.'IJ.I.KM pouuda.
Ileppuer, ;;,0y0,000 tvtA(.
l'elidletnu, I'.OOO.OIJO pouudB.
liaker City. OOO.IM.'O poundx.
K'gin. l.OM.OVO wootia.
Li ira'l I-, l,lJ,0j) poll i ll .
Liaijtou, Hhrc ii hau.jl jd much woo
proui Oregou Kl.eep, liOJ.OtnJ poun Ii".
Willamette valley, OOO.OOJ pounds.
Total for iegun, lO.lJO.OW pouude.
Wiieu WaBbiugt'ju'a clip ii added, tbe
total swells to about IW.OUO.COJ pouuds.
It watt thought that at Icinl ir.UOO.'XK)
mjuii.Ib were reuiaiuiug in Oregon
and Washington, Iroui thit ycar'a
clip.
I). II. Clatkij, roptejcuting '"ilbtiruiau
I'.rjlbcrn, said today that absolutely no
thing baa been done lor weekf, beyond
the consigning of aome wool lo the
Last.
A Turtle Farm.
Four Uiilea north ol Juuction ou tbe
Ioaj runoiug between Mouroa and liar
good many t url I o?, wli'jeo delicate tlcdli
bus added U the llivor of tbe muchly
loved cjusoiume. The f irm id owned
,aoa njauaged by O. .1. Campbell, aud be
has beeu engaged in the enterprise for
noarly three years. Mr Cauip
bell raises tho ualive Oregou turtle and
haa on band al present about UobO, of
which loOd may bj Siid to be youug
Lverv year he eends ineu out to the
pouds ol l-iiiic, Liuu aud Hougluscouu
tie j aimed with ueta and other devices
for catching tho turilea. LViteue
Guard.
Accidentally Shot.
Mis. W. A. Toaraoc, who is operator
al the station at West Kork, dining ber
husband's absence while he ia oilicial
iug as S. I". station ageut al tilendale,
took a spiu on ltor bicycle, Tuesday,
along the track lor a few miles, and had
j a pistol iu tho pockat of her dress lor
protection ou Ibe trip. hen a short
distauce from the West I 'oik station, ou
her return, the pistol fell to the grouud,
aud ia btrikiog weul oil', uud the ball
made au ugly Hush wuuuJ iu the leg aud
ai iu of the ladr. blie wr takuu to tbe
sUliou aud her injuries attended to.
Ash la ii I Tid;ugs.
Ali kiuda of stamped
prices, NoNelty More.
goods at cat
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buy
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BIMJEK IIUKMANN HONOKtlD,
Union league Tenders Him a Hnpiet
mid Reception.
I'.iii, rr lliriimun, Uoiniui'finuer vi
tin) (.wt.itml l.nlonW, tl u tf'itri
of lioimr Ml y lml.itmt ril rctllbD
Kivuii by On' Union lgn Club Imt
veuiiiK. Tim lo'it m glvwu lo tba
Conn rylory Ml! o( ll.t l'alace Uotel.
Tbie mi IjII.jhiI bv retention in lb
rnui of llio t'olon I.gu Club, wliicb
tii kttetulmi by the meuiber ol lb
iitjwlv nrniiiAwl 1'nioo lxn Prill
(Jorii an well a llio vliili member. It
a 'initfl a lrn yttlietig, and tba ai
lenity ball ol llio club waa cuuil-xUIly
lill. wl'li liuo-ta.
L'miiiiiBioii(r llermaiiu a iotro-di.to-l
to tba gathering by Groeral P.
CbipuiBD, a bo teatified to (all tba good
wotka Hcvoiupliubvil lor California aud
Urn Pacific Coaat by tlio itemlaioan wbo
be rireeutod bia dialficl In Oregon tu
the Homo of rireeenlaliyea. Commit
aioner Hermann retiionded iib a bap
py ,rediclioii of lucceaa for the repobli-
can party at tbe in Xoretuber and
with a eulcgy ol tbo admlniatrAlion aod
rieai'lent McKinley. Other ablietaea
were made by M. hi. Kites, (ieooral W,
11. L. Baroea and J. C. Campbell. In-
troiluctions and handabaking followed
tin) uratory. !an Fraociacu Chronicle.
Remember the Maine"
I bat tbu above caption is engraven on
tbo heart of every American citutsn is
eieiuplilied iu tbe auccesa of Joaaey &
Marvin's scenic production ol tbe great
American play "The bignal of Liberty,"
which will be produced at the opera
bouse Thursday evening, September '-.
Tue play deals with events that were
big with history io tbe war wilb Ppain.
Tbe Maine entering llavaua harbor, tbe
gunboef Wilmington quelling a riot in
llavaua harbor, with her machine gun.
The explosion and wrack of tbe Maine;
the sinking of the Merriruac iu ..Santiago
cbaunel; tbe bombardment ol Moro
ceitle, Santiago, and tbe deetruction ol
Cervera'a Heel by tbe Amerkau Bijuad
rou, combined wilb a s!ory ol intense
heart iuterest, all goes to make an "en
scuible" wbicb cannot fail to touch tbe
hearl of tbe theatergoer of today, Ibe
cj t'pAuy Is said to be a strong oue, tbe
sjeuic eli'ect.1 umurpaased, and in conse-
.pjjuce tbe p!ay of "Tbe Signal ol Lib
erty" will do an enormous business at
lb) opera bouse where it has an en
gaetuent of oue night ouly, Thursday,
September
Two Fruit Dryers Burned.
At au early hour last iriday morning
oue ol the large fruit dryers ou Ibe IS. C.
A gee fruit farm caught fire, and the fire
being coin inuuics ted to an an adjoining
dryer both wer) horned to the ground.
There were a large number ol em'
plovees ou the arm at tbe time, tome
engaged at tbo dryers and warehouse!
aud others in picking fruit, aud ail hands
did what they could to Subdue the
11 nues, but wi'bout success.
The fire was also communicated to the
large warehouse in wbicb was stored
10.000 pounds of dried prunes, tut tbia
building aud contend were saved after
a bard libt. Tue loss amounted to
about f 1200. No insurance.
Mr. Agee has yet three large dryers,
and they will bo (axed to Ibeir utmost
to take caro ol the remainder cf the
crop?.
Rumored Railroad Changes.
Iu railroad circles the air is thick aod
heavy with rumors pro aud cou of a con
lemplatod change in the present arrange
mout of the division of tbe Southern
l'acilic Co's railroad. In aome quarters
it in assarted that a change will bo made
by the lust of Ibe coming month, but
Mauager Koelder and Superintendent
1 ielda, who were on tbe train tbia morn
ing ou their w ay lo San Frauetfco, say
that thoy do not kuow of any contem
plated change iu tbe running of the di
vision. Aehlaud Tidings.
Wednesday evening alter school Mas
ter (ioorge Walker, aed years last
February, youngest eon ol Mr. and Mra.
. Walker of this city, was drowned
in Ibe river just below town. Joet be
fo'e aupper Mrs. Dickson eaw tbe lad in
boat opposite ber house trying to pull
log out of the brush. He bad a rope
attached to the log and was atandiug in
Ibe eieru of the boat evidently trying to
make the aauio fast. Mr. A. Flanders
had baeu at work btlow bis house and
ou comiug to supper noticed tbe boat
adrift without the boy. He at ouce gave
ttie alarm and a thorough search was
made iu that vicinity for George but he
was not found. , Parties with boats
dragged Ibe river near wbero the lad w as
last seen uutil uearly iniduigbt but with
out lindiug the body. Yesterday morn
iug Iho search was contiuued but up to
time of goiug lo press it had still not
bceu found. Mr. aud Mis. Walker are
anion, our best citizens aud have the
iv in ual v of (he entire community iu
tbeir bereavoiueut Cotpuille bulletin,
Judgo Harlocker returned from Gravel
l ord Tuesday, aud iufurmed us uf tbe
accidental shooting of a sou of L. Crib
biuB Monday evening. The lad, who
was about 10 years of age, was in com
pany with an older brother looking after
sheep. They separated for a few min-
nl.ia u don t int nl Imt ona Intard the re.
port of a 22 calibre ride aud on going to
see what had been shot fouud bia broth
er w ith a bullet hole in bis braiu and
dead. The family live at Kuchauted
l'raino ou tho Middle Fork. Coquille
llullclin.
Bicycle Tires.
the Cbaee, tough, tried and puuetur
proof. For sale by
T. K'. Ku ii uinwiN,
Itoaehurg, Or.
If al BMhaa tfea t4 sure,
wfeatowaM aa4 eclktea
SfVA!
Hr.af
parkin
arrm awn m f VMM,
Longs For Oregon Apples.
Io a teller to Dr. W. II. Taylor, under
dafa of Aoguat 5, Hon. John F. Caplee,
United States consul at Valparaiso, Chile,
writes tbat in another month spring will
opto and be will be glad of it. It has
been a little cold there, which, however,
would not amount to any thin j if they
bad Ores in tbat country.
Whenever tbe people gfel cold in Vtl-
pareiao, they either put on more clothes
or torn on the gas. The Judge also w rites
that there ie little other than tropical
fruit in tbat country, and ho longs for a
good, juicy, Oregon apple.
In referring l tbo war situation be
write! tbat tbe J'.nglish population of Val
paraiso ia very anxioua that the United
Htatea retain the I'bilippine.
ItwaiaboJt tbe 1st of August thai
Judge Caplee received ropiew ol tbe Ore
gouiao containing au acconnl of Ibe re
publican victory in Oregou al the Juun
election, aud he eipriweus bis great eat
iafaclion over the result. 1'orllan d
Telegram.
Doe Creek.
We had a small ehnwer a fw da
ago.
Tbe b. I'. K. U. spur track ia ready 'or
use.
(ieo, W. Uiddlo'e grocery storj is in
full motion and is doing a .rushing busi
ness with Joe Wharton as head clerk.
Wood cutting ie going on in a beaineiH
like manner.
Bert Adams visited Kiddlu today.
. Jenkins visited t.leo brook the
otlur day.
Fred and L'an li'Jutley were w en mi
Doe creek last week.
KtruiiTk.il.
How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Ueward
for any case of Catarrh tbat ear.not te
cured by Uall'a Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CUE.NEY & CO., Trops. Toledo. ( ).
We tbe undersigned have known K. .1.
Cheney for the last 15 veare, and believe
him perfectly honorable iu all businea
transactions aud financially able to car
ry out any obligations made by their
firm.
West A Trnax, Wholesale Diuggiet,
Toledo, O.
Walding, Kinnan it Marviu, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Curv is taken internal
ly, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surface of the sysleio. Price 7oc
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Test
moniala Iree.
1 1st of Letters
Ueuiaiiiing unealled h.r in tlm lo--burg
poetoQice :
l'eraoua cal iug (or these letters will
please state the da t t ou wbieh they were
advertised, September loth. Tbe Mler
will Ije charged (or al the ra'o of on
cent each.
Clarke, Miss Jean
Neo'y, Miss Ke'tie
I'al:utr, Mrs. louisA
l'atton. Mra. Frank
1'bilipe, Mrs. Kd.
l'olls, Harry W.
Dodeon, Iert
Granby, Mrs. H. 1'..
liaradou, Wm
Housboldtr, II. ti.
Harmon, Kuesell 1. Stiue, John
Leech, Marget Wise, Walter D.
1 l'kg. Hadley. Mrs. Walace
Wm. A. FllAlkK.
S. P. Uxcursions.
Special rouud Irip rates lCoaebiug
to
Hob well Springs and tvtuin:
Good goiug on Saturdays or Sundays
aud returning nut later than following
Monday f 1. 10.
Good going aud returning at any time
with limit of ticket :10 da s il.Hi.
The 1.10 rate was formerly good for
going trip on aiuruaya ouiy. tueae
tickets cau now be sold ou tSunday also.
VAUllNA ANU UtTlHN.
Koseburg to Yaijuiua Uay aud return
4 good until Oct. 101b.
l or Over lirty l ean.
AN OLD NI W'kLL-TllIKU lUMCUY.-MrS
Wiiulow a tiuothnig Kyiup lias been ucd for
over lilty ycare by millious ot uiolliera (or their
children while teetUiuj;, Willi iierleet auvccna.
It loollici tho child, aolu-ua llio guuik, allaj all
palu, cure wtu.l voile, aud Initio best remedy
(or Dlarrba-a. U pleaaaut lo tbu laato. Bold by
drurinti iu every I'art of tba world. Twenty-
Bvo vuula a bottlu. lla valuo la luealeulable.
Bo sure aud ask (or Mrs. W luslow'i boollilug
?yrup, aud take uo other kind.
Bargains! Bargainsll Bargains!!!
In piauos. organs and musical goods.
Bicycles new and second hand at the
lowest prices poeeible. I have also got
about thirty thousand feet of lumber
which I have taken in trade for goods,
and will sell cheap, as I am not in the
lumber business,
T. K. KicuAMUsoN,
Koseburg, Or.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
The Kin. You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
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