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THE PLAIN DEALER
I ubltuhed Monday anil Tnnrwlar. '
Bf Till PI.AINDRAI.ER ri'BMsniNO CO.
K. D. 8TRATKORU .
C. T. BENJAMIN
atxtcrlptlon It Mir a.
Oua Year..- ......
ATRtL, 3. 189!.
CORUCTT, TI1U SLAYER OF BOOTH
Boston Corbttt, the soldier who, in his
way, "avenged'' the doatli of Abraham
Lincoln by killing li is murderer, was a
win of intense moral convictions and lUb-
leal lailb. This charge terisiic mllit have
distinguished him, as it ill J "Chinese"
(tordon. in eomo lieroic piano 01 acnieve
ruont, bnt Corbelt was a religious rcalot
without mental equipoise, and lus ei
oentrio actions gave him the reputation
After the deeJ thai tuada hiui historic
he lived .loi.o in a duirout in Kansas,
rarely Npiwriut: in public except when
lie felt moved to preach, or when he
happened to ho called to account for
eome odd infraction of civil duty. He
usually wcul armed, and once, hy i
rhowof his pistol, he suddenly "ad
iourned" a court where he had been ta
ken on some complaint, and his trial
was likely, he thought, to be a mockery
liis dullculties with bis lellow-men
were sometimes settled, however, with
out so deadly a threat although not al
ways without muscular methods. He
was a strong man, and his striking ap
pearance, with his long black hair parted
in tbe middle, combined witn the itener
al knowledge of his tragic record, was
apt to demoralize au adversary.
A young rowdy disturbed him one
evening while be was preaching in a
school house. He remonstrated, but the
disturbance continued. Corbel t called
on a constable who was present to arrest
the rowdy, bnt he refused.
"Then," said Corbett, "if you can't
put this young rascal out, uor be civil
yourself, I'll put yon both out," and he
soon had I he two men outside the door.
This UDi.jne character, with all his
singularities, was usually, perhaps al
ways, a champion of "the right side,"
but his poor judgmeut and martial tem
per made him both an unwise evangelist
and an unsafe citizen. His belligerent
Christianity showed a strange under
standing of the Book whose every word
he literally believed.
We Lave spoken cf him in the past
tense. If he is still living, he is doubt
less an advocate of the rough-shod theo
ry for civilizing the Philippines "with
the Bible in one hand and the sho'gnn
in the other." But Boston Corbett, the
slaver cf Wilkes Coclii, has uever been
beard ot sinca bis escape, yearn ago,
from the Topeka aejlutn, where he had
been confined a3 dangerously insane.
During the seesiou of ISS, the editor
of this paper was a member of the lower
branch of the Kansas legislature. When
it come to the election of the lower effi
c?rs or employes of the huuse, a country
member from the "short grass" part of
the state, placed in nomination for one
of Jtbe assistant door-keeper?, Boston
Corbett. There was not a dozn mem
bers who knew that Corbett lived in the
state of Kansas, but we were made ac
quainted with the fact that he was living
a lonely life in a sod bouse, on a home
stead in Northwestern Kansas. Some
one mildly objected to his being em
ployed, as he, had heard that Corbett
was of uusound mind, but onr enthuei-
uetn to have a mau connectc 1 with the
legislature, who was as widely known as
was Corbett, got the better half of our
judgment, and he was elected with a
hurrah. His friend sent for him and in
due time he presented himself for duty.
It was soon apparent tnat his mind, if
ever sound, was badly affected, either by
the lonely hermit life, which he had
lived for years, or by brooding'over hie
connection with one of the most tragic
events in the hietory of (he cation.
Boston Corbett was a f ma 1 u.an, bat
very tjaick and wiry. His hair was
black and hung about bis shoulders, and
his complexion was swarthy. ilia black
eyes were always on ihe alert. He ha J an
idea that he was being pursued by friends
of Booth, and that tbey would eventu
ally kill him. He never sat ci stojd,
except with his back to a wall, if be
could prerent it. He was modest and
retiring and disliked to talk of himself or
nis history. it,e brst trouble came
when he was requested to assist the
other employes in sweeping and clean
ing the room. He refused to assist in so
menial an employment, and when the
other JemployeB undertook to compel
him to do h'.B share of the work, he got
his pistol in'o tc'ioa snl (drove the
whole gdog cut cf the ita!e heme. Pre
vious to this lime Le bad bad charge of
the main door to the legislative ball, but
it was thought best to remove him to a
less important post and he was rent to
act as door keeper for the speaker's gal
lery, which was locatel Lack of and
above (he speaker's stand and facing the
members on the ttoor. There were com
mittee rooms at each end of this gallery,
and when Corbett was sent up to take
charge of this posttheie were 2 j or SO
members in and about these rooms. He
proceeded (o driye the whole crowd out
at the point of his gun, and then locked
thedoore. The houe6 was in session,
and during the whole of the morning
session, Corlett marched back and forth
facing the members on the floor, armed
with one or more pistols, muttering to
himself and glowering down on the
memb -rs. He was dangerously insane.
without doubt, and no one would have
been much surprised if he had opened
fire on those below. Every one present
felt relieved when the hour of adjourn
ment came, and as wo passed out
through one of the corridors of (he state
house, Corbett came down a stairway
and walked directly in Irout of us. Two
officers in cituoui clothes stepped up
to his aide and eeued, him. JIu strug
gled violently, but wan thrown to the
floor and disarmed, it.'tur which ha was
ironed and hurried uay uud we never
saw him ayaiu. Hu was coulined in the
asylum at TopeLi, but after being there
a few mouths he escaped. Tho writer of
the Youths' Compaui ju articlo is in er
ror in saying that "he bus nover been
iiranl of Hinrft his OK-apo," nii ii is known
lltat lie tallowed tt -.saniate railroad
dawn into Old Mexico, where he was
lust .sight of, so far as we know. It lbs
Kansas legislature had not "discovered"
him and dragged biru Into prominence
and notoriety, in all probability Boston
Corbett would have ient the remainder
ot his life tn peace and quiet, in his
prairie home on the plains of Kansas.
Mr. Bryan says that the democratic
platform in UVO, will open with an anti
expansion plank. II it does the cam
paign will close with a funeral.
IV. Watlcrson again warns the demo
cratio party that it is about time to
launch the life boats.
County Treasurer's Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all partiee
holding lK)uglar county warrants in
dorsed prior to April 2, l!'.7, to present
the same at the same at the treasurer's
oflice in the Douglas County bank for
psvment.'aslinterest will cease thereou
after the date of this notice.
Hated this the 2nd day vf March,
lSW, at the City of Boseburg, Oregon.
Uko. W. Dimmick,
County Treasurer, Douglas County, Or.
Oak Creek Item.
No good roads jet.
Miss Mary Atierbnry of Uoseburg is
visiting relatives and friends hers.
Farming is progressing nicely and if
the good weather continues everv one
will soon have done.
Miss bailie Hatfield legan a term of
school on upper Oak Creek last Monday
Miss Fear I Corn will teach at lower
Oak Creek and Miss Ada 1.. Smith at
We ara sorry to say that Tim Viler-
bury is acain quite sick.
Elisha Smith of Oakland is visiting
his sister Mrs. W. T. (Treason, at this
Miss Nettie Blakely went over to
Oakland Saturday to take charge of her
Oiveu Atterbury's family have all
ben down with la grippe, but at present
are slightly improved.
Key. Thornton has been turlericg
frjro a seveie attack cf la grippe for
some time past, but we hope he will
soon be batter. Easter Lily.
City Treasurer's Notice
Notice is hereby given to all persons
holding Koseburgcity warrants indorsed
prior to July 15, IStM, to present
the same at the city treasurer's office in
the city hall for payment, as interest will
cease thereon after the date of this
Dated at Koseburj.', Or., this 30th day
of March, ISVX Geo. Cawv,
We offei One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that rannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Trope. Toledo, O
We the undersigne J.have'knowu F
Cheney for the last 15 years, aud believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions aud financially able to car'
ry out any obligations made by their
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists
Walding, Kinnan 5c Marvin, Whole'
sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cnre is taken internal'
ly, acting directly upon the blood and
macoua surface of the s stem. Price 73c
per bottle. Sold bv all druggists. Test
cuas. i. iieckley, the Elktou mtr
chant, is in the city today.
Misies Ma'.tie and Ora l'errv and
Grace Carroll visited friends in Oakland
'.Van ted, a girl t-j do general boose
work and take care of children. En
quire of Caro Bros.
Mrs. W. H. Fisher will leave We.dnes
day morning for a visit with her parents
Kev. and Mrs. D. T. Summerville, at
Mr. and Mrs. '. A. Ambrose came up
from Portland Saturday night to attend
the fnneral of Miss Anna Woodson, at
). A. Kicks, wife and little boy arrived
on the morning's local. Mr. Kicks has
been transferred from Koseburg to the
Junction round house. Junction City
In these days of tough and high
priced meat, nice "yaller" legged chick
ens take the cake. Chickens by the
bushel if you use a Petalnma incubator
Talk with Churchill & Woolley. They
pay the freight.
The young ladies of the M. E. Church
gave a delightful cantata at the church
Sunday evening, entitled "The Gates
Ajar." The principal parts were taken
by Amata Smith, as Pilgrim; Silvia
Stearns, as Croats Bearer j belle Catch
ing, as Faitb, and Myrtle Gillette as
Hope. They were ably atsisted by
chorus of ladies, and Mrs. Walker, as
organut. They all did their parts ex
WOODSON. At the family home in
Yoncalla, Saturday, April 1, IH'J'J, An
na, cldeet daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Win. .Woodson, aged 10 years aud 7
Deceased had been iu poor health for
some limo, and her death was not un
expected. She leave a large number of
sorrowing relatives aud friends to mourn
her Fad and untimely death. The funer
al took place Sunday aud her remains
were followed to the grave by a large
coucoursu ol people. Ihe bereaved
family have the heartfelt sympathy of
i he h hole community.
Letter From Manila
Through the kindness of Grant Single
ton we are permitted to publish the fol
lowing Interesting letter from bis ou
Oscar, who is with Co. B at Manila :
Manila, P. I., IVhruary 0, ISW,
OearFathor: I received . your letter
today and w ill drop you a few lines to
let you know that I am well and hope
this will find you all well. Tl tore has
been some bard lighting otl au J on here
lor the past two weeks and they are (till
at it. There has been a good many of
our boys killed and wounded. I do not
know just how many, but lb insurgents
have paid dearly for them.
There has been ten of them killed for
every American. Tho Oregon regimout
aud Twenty third regulars and Minne
sota regiments have not Ihcii on tno Hr
iug lino yet. We have been held in the
toy iu a rep tilings tirnigni lieu1, v e
expect an outbreak hoie any liuio and
when there is there will a "Hot Time in
the Old Town." We are on guard near
ly all the time. I have stood guard tno
nights and one day aud expect 1 will
have to go ou tonight again, nhich will
make three uighta in s;hcj:-Umi, but
some ot the boys hare been ou longer
than that. When we do lie down we
keep our clothe on and keep our rith's
where we can reach thcui in cae tture
is a call.
You should have seeu us tutu! le out
the first night the bugle blew the call to
arms. Our Company B has two bridges
to guard aud a detail goes to the peni
tentiary erery morning. We havi not
been on the tiring lino yet, but the tire t
night of the tightitig we were nhcre the
bullets fell like hail, and now and ihen a
sharpshooter would lake a crack at us
from some building, all of which made
things a little iutprestiug for a while. I
came pretty near getting picked efT, but
a miss is as good as a mile. We epect
to go to the front as toon as the regulais
get here, if tke tight keeps up and 1 think
it will. I would not like to go home
now after going through two eampaigrs
without getting to Uro a shot, lhis
would be a good lime to phu-e us n the
firing line, L-t nat of us have sre feet
and could nit run. We have had our
shoes on so much for tln lnt l vo wteks
that our feet a-e sore
I hick our company has the b-st clli
cera in the regiment, 'lhcro. is i ot a
man in the regiment '.nt wi,a likes
L'.eut. ll unliii.
Well, I guess 1 will have to cljtu for
tis time, Give mv rewards to ail ti e
boys. Your son, 0-e.i:
I INE ATTRACTION
Jessie Shirley and Company
The Jessie Shirley Cotiipiny which
opens a week's enagemejt at the Orera
House Monday, April 10;b, is no douVt
one of tt e best ou the road. The papers
all dowo through Oregon and California
have nothing but words uf praiiJ tr
the company. The MeJtord Mail o n
meuts ftB follows :
The Jessie Shirley Company opened
a week's cugngeuieut at the opura
House last Monday evening. The o;cu
ing piece was La Bullo Marie." In
this thtre is an (.ppjrtuuity f r ronu
very fine work and, bo iteaid to the cred
it of the company, they took advantage
of every opportunity anJ presented to
our jeople by far the ln-'ft dramatized
piece ever stage J in this city. .Miss
Jessie Shirely iu the roU cf .lean Ingle
side and Marie Dubois proved hcrif
the very talented aud always capable
actress that she U. Her support in
this play was tirst-clas ia every par
ticular, It is impossible f.ir us t j par
ticularize in the personnel ol other
characters, as to do this and mention cf
all the good work djnu would require
an entire page o. this paper, but nhen
we say all were good, that includes the
entire company. The character as
sumed, whether pleasing or displeasing
to an audience, has much to do with
the weighed value of the person assum
ing the role in the opinion oi the audi
ence, and tbe appreciation of the rcul
merits of an actor or aclresi is pci force
ofMimes lost sight of by reason of the
displeasing or iiendibh role they carry.
Hence it is not fair to judge of mi actor's
work in any one cast where uiunv differ
nt ones are assumed but the Shirley
people are all right in every particular.
The general opinion of all nbo wit
nessed this opening piece was cue of
highest merit. Many have said that
to see Miss hirfey as .Marie linbois
was worth a dollar of any person's
The company has played ti .v.: I
blled bouses each evening ami m tin:
interest in their excelluLt pro luctiorin
seems to be growing it ia inoro Hun
probale that standing room will bo a'.
a premium at the other three perform
There are uiueleen people in th ) cum
pany and they are thy Imppi.-Kt, mutt
gent'emanly and ladylike crow I of boys
and girls that have ever vhiud our
The musicians of the company iro
all very clever perJorruers uud their
str eft renditions draw b'g crowds
I'rof . and Mrs. L. ll. Traver enter-
tainol tbe high school and it uumher of
tl.. i invited friends at their home on
uday evening. A very pltafuiit
tune was spent in social con vers.; und
games of all kinds and an elegai.t lunch
was served. Those present were:
Lena Thornton, dracu Shupe, i-'iowrdo
Shanibrook, Oia Mote, Margeret Shupe,
Jlattie Cloyd, Moliio Norm in, KHie Col
lins, tillio Cloyd, Lilian .St union, licsei.i
Wilson, A. Mary Sacry, Kato FulUsi ton,
Minnie Huston, 1j11h Urown, luie
Sacry, Charles 1'itchford, Thoiu,n Mc-
Carty, Gilli'i Woidward, I.olo .louos,
Cliflord Leonard, CilUrloH Stratfiji'iJ
George Norman, Clyde 1 'uuluiiyr, 11 rt
Huston, Clarence iodfiey, A. I.eu
Thornlon, Dwlght ltnny an I ri of. aud
Mrs. L, K. Traver.
ll r.j M.l'l.il.er Is tn town
fii bis Myrtle Creek mines.
Attorney J. A, Buchanan returned
Saturday from a work's professional
trip to Yamhill county,
M. 0. M nn toil has relumed horns
after having spent sevoral months at
AUhhuse, in Josephiue county.
"What's tho population of Boss
burg','" neked a pawienger ou the Koo
burg local of a Id low pisncii;or as the
train pulled into thu depot on a recent
Sunday evening. ' 1 dou'l know was
the answer, "when Ihe train slops you
e in count them. Ihov uro all at lbs
The .V. li. Sunday school gave a mis
siooarv entertainment al (he church
Samlay nltcrnooii. The recitations by
tho lilt e folks were lino aud Ihe selec
tions by the Sunday school orchestra
wei j thoroughly enj'vvcd by all. The
siuging leal by Prof. Traver added
much to Ihe o.tamoii. The house was
crowded (o t'.iu fullest extent, aud the
Sunday school collection alone amounted
IN 1IIU IU)M!; UIA DISTRICT
Many Ouartx Cropping l ound Lying
tMvgitiiiau March ol.
1. G. Davidsou, ol Portland, who ia
iu'erected in tho Wall Street quarts luino
B.diemia district, thinks there is really
ai good grounds for a mining excite
mint iu the southeast portion of Lane
count v as there is in thn Hulla!i Hump.
Theie nro numerous quar'x proHitions
huiug developed, where aell defined
tissure veins t l g'H I body are found to
produce assays ol l'j to fciv) a ton, on a
vert eonsciva'.ivo esumate.
The Bohemia district is uot largo,
piobably does uot cccupy Ihe space ol
a full township of laud, but the quart
croppings are found very close together
iu this luv.ued section, which lies in the
Cslapo iia mountains, some o" miles
smtl.east ol Cottage rove, ahnh IS
now feeling quite au imietus iu its
business life, const queul on Ihe develop
ment cf these Bohemia ledges. At this
time of ear considerable snow still lies
ou the ground iu the district, and very
little prospcitiug can bo done, hut work
is being puslie I hi the tunnels of mines
aheadv opened. Wtrk will be resumed
0'i tlia tho Wa'l Street ledge in June
after oneidcr.itd -j road iiiiprovm has
b.VU dine b.tAiT.l lno to iocs and Cot
t tg; Grow.
Spjta before the ce., dospoudeney,
Constant wcny. lludyan cures. All
druiB'i", 50 ceii!.".
Tho cleveii-ye.ir-ol I ton of MjJison
Chain in of .Slit in laii away last week
audit ok to V3 r.j.i I iu regular hobo
stwe. He pas c through KosoMirg ou
hii way tKiith.
Mis. W.II. .lamicruii ami children,
returned from a visit w Hi relatives at
Por;l.in l Saturday evauiug.
HuJyati cures bleeplessucsx, bad
dreums mi l irglit sweats. Fifty cuts,
all di uista.
ij'I' :U'1 l.v In I" u-'i ll inii.i.aiiy ul m V t
l.i r.. nii'fcr I lie iiiniiitKi iii,-l ol H.tuiiT
. miiii, fur one ni'i.-k, eoniuiciieiD
. m A a
loiidav, April 10
III n ri'K rloiiv ol pla s ueiv tn Ko'i.Ltuy
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Program Changed Nightly
W 'ill. -'.la..
Mauiii.'. -alMflay ul 'J
Ia Ht-lle Murli
liauxhlir of the Kiui.Iii-
. CUild of the Ki ijliii. nt
Uinkr I no KlaijH
. m Jiat fur a tay
Prices, ioc, 20c, 30c
!' -'1 -. . '1 ..it 011 nab.-it l Ab-xnuib r A Mioiih s
Qrriiifnriiiii l.ini'l para.le ali'l opill air
1 rt .lai.y at 1 1 Jj a. in.
Assignee's Final Notice.
Vo'.. ;u i her. iu kIvuii that tin- limbi -ilu i
' aniKiii'C ol tin: i-vtalu of 11. II. JoIiiihoii, all
iri-i,;vi-ni il.'i.l.fr. hai ul.-.l Ii 1 h rinal ui:roiiiil
- i' ,i a-f.t'ii. ': i!h the County Clerk of DoiikIri
i ii'itity, (jr.'ijou. b ii . 1 that i.al.1 final ai-cuuul
'ii. he hiarl an. I pa-s. .1 upon at thr June
t. .tl, ol th.' ( ir. uit Court of tin- Htatu ol Op-roii
f i iJiiiiKla-Comity, to hi' hi lil Ix'nilinin mth
i.'cori'l Mull. lay in Jiinii,
C A . r-KHI I1KKDK, Aa-ium v.
i 1 -HOW .'. -IIKBIIMN, AUorney for Amngui:
i UK i 1 1; I'll" i;ii;ht l'Mit iJoruLAh
ouulv, htati' ol On Koil
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ii.iilt r. Alum Cnr.br, Mi lb-I
I i null, I'lyaniK Krifin h, laite Hull Iu Kijuity
N I iiMirh, hiinisun rr.'li. li, I lo forueluno a
Kni" rriTich, litiixe rreneh.l Mort),'itg
Klli ii ium ii, ami Hannah i
l ncli. lii'li-mluntii. J
I i Mi.liam l.Bn.nn ami Urlilia Lull-oil,
uiio.i' natiiuil dulcii'liiiil '
i li the iiuinu ol the n'am ol )rei;oii: oil are
In r. -In' ii"iulrui to UhU 'iir uml aiuoier tin: com
P .ilnl hl.'il iiL'almit you Iu lliu above mitltlu.l
v i: ou oi bflure tho brut .lav of the mil ngu
l. rii rmol tins aUO'.u eiilllii'U lyOiirl. In wit
n hi In-fore Mum lay. Jinn; VI, lh'Jf, ami If vnu
fail lo iippiar or Hin.iur Plalntlll romplaint
iiii.iiit you an niui'.'saiii ivitruu kki.i iiint'
Plaiiiilil' will aiiply to thu court for tlw
ih'ijiamli'. iu bn eoinplHliit an lollonn: Kor
lh. Iui.m1i. sine of u i .'i tliln mnrlKUKi; exciiutrU
by Ih (umlaut, li-ahellH .1. rrciieh, ami huinaoii
J r. ui'h (nmv (i.'i ua-i'.l) ill favor of l'laintill, on
tin- -'mi .la" of iii tob r, livvi, to neeun' the pay-
in- iu oi u.-.-ituiu i.roiiui'.iioi'y uoie lor lie hum
ol m.in n nii iiiiiMi si therooii at the rale ol Hi
pi ! , .ul pi-r aiinuin, upon writi'li lunrc in now
n- inixiiiii of I 4,1. , nuiil uiortKak'e eoiivi'ying
in Mini riaiiiiiu inr ti.ut purpone mc ioiiowiiik
111 " IllKjll ll'B lirolHTlV to wil: 1 hu K ' , ol III.
N W ', ami Ihe W ' .oflhc N K '4 of Ki.'rlion 1.
In I p H ll I W, V ill ineii'llaii ; ako fur a j 1 1 I k
i.i'.'iil iui' tin amount liuu upon Kaiil proiiiinMoiy
m. In li.inii'li lilluiilrV H li ' H -tin. Court Khali
a'ljii't;o ri ui-oiiahl.-, lor I'lniii li II h roiilri and
u-inji n. im nl 1 inn-ill uml lor hin li olhi r n ln l
111 1- hiaycil loi ill mnl I'oinplalut uml ill 1 1 1 0
Coui 1 -hull u.liii.l'.'.' iiii'i t ami . 'iliilalilc.
1 In-vuiiiinomi 1m puhllhii.'.l by or.l.r of Ifon,
U iljiinllli.il, liulKa of mi Court, whlili
01 h i 1-ilai.il Maii'h,., Ihi, ami tliu lliui' i.rn
. lib. 1 iu mi'l nnliT fur tin' piililiratlull of IhU
mi in iimn. Ii nine 11 wi'i'k fornix wnkn pri'ri'.l
in;; th" liit uay of Mil. I lurni of Court, mnl tlm
.In . 01 ihu firnt pilbliiiitluli of tlil milium. in, in
Mm. h l!7 1 " .
K. W. IlKN -ON,
hi .'.in AltoiiK'y lor Pliiliilill.
Almonds ami poa hct are Iu blossom.
Nice wealher now for the (aruieis to
get tn their spring ciq but It is a little
Edwin Weaver of MUiotiil lloltom
was In town one day lust werk.
W, While Is quite ill al the home ol
Kov. Miller til led his regular appoint
uieul here Sunday.
Marlou Hacklor, who baa bo. n quite
III at toe home ot N. Cornutt Is ablo to
te out again.
T. Herd and sou Neil, were iu town to
J. J. Chadaick ol the K.vcinidc hint
farm was iu toftu Sunday.
Miss Ella WiUnn viiilcd in Ibo cinoii
one day last neck.
Dr. C. F. Cognuol Myrlle Cieek ws
iu towu Sunday, Ho came up on his
Hon. G. W, Woii.noti m cut to Myilie
Mr. Durham is on oiu strcels again.
Mr. Merriatu was in town Sunday
from Dad's creek.
the Epworth league of Kiddle will
uieot Sunday weuiugs at O oO in the
Baptist Church. Mr. E. C. Jacknon Is
Mr. '.Humphrey ol Ciinyonill- was
over to church Sunday,
J. E. Perry was in (own (tout Mt.
Keubeu one day Inst week.
Last Tuesday the s. p. Co. com
menced putting in a steam shovel two
aud n half miles north of Kiddle, and
Thursday began hauling gravel to till in
thelongtrestle.it Myrtle Creek. After
they get the trestle tilled Ihey wilt haul
some gravel to Koseburg to till iu around
the round house aud new depot. There
are about llltren men working under Mr
Parrott. who is supervising Ihe woi
There is a boarding car and telegrapl
otllce located there too. T. Ai.im;.
J. Sheer, Sedalia. Mo., conductor on
electric street car line, writes that 1
little daughter was very low with rroui
aud her life saved alter alt phvaicians
had failed, only by using One Minnie
A. C. MAKHIF.KS A. CU
Notice for Publication.
Kim liuiy, Ori'nii, Mareli l"."-1
Xoiiei' it lifrt'bjr alven dal in iinniilliiiii
uillithi' linn Iliii ol tlx- art nl liiiirt'-
Jure Jn "S, t ullDeil "Au art (ur (In- li1 nl
Umlx-r IimI In llm (!'! of Ciilifornla, (i
Ron, Nevmla ami n a-hniaion Tt-rrllorr.
IIU'MAS 1. UAKVKY,
(H (laklmul, Counly o( mmitluA, 8lato ul (li
;on, nan tai nav iiuh in im iiirioc ii in w,tii
.mu nu nl No. i.: I'T the 1'im'Mmi' oi tin w
1 , s. W . 1 , nl .srtlon No. I, In Tonlnti Ni
B IlaiiL,'i' Nii. ( V. ami HI oll'i r pnml in iluni
tliiil llio ImiiiI kookIiI ! iiiori' valuable (ur II- Urn
Iht or Iiik' llian (ur lu'rleultural itiriMwn, au!
lo I'Atablliih bl I'laim tn jiiI lanil lK'liri- Hi
KiKl-ili r ami Uiti-itit ol tin-i.niiv al Ilini i'Un:
' 'n-k'oll, ou n itliit'xlav, (lie Hill ilny i.( Juiir
Mr narm a wituiMi Arcl iImM M. Ki ii u
llarrlvm Maiiinni;. lllium II. Ju, A. K
-in 1II1, all ul Unklaii'1 OnKnu. A liv ami nil
mum rlalinUK alvi'iol tin' alni r-iKnoriifil
lnn.li arv rv'i ui'Mi'il tn (1U- Uirlr i lalnm In 1 1 1 1
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niniiiili'U ii'liiiliilitlatur til I lie nlalo ul ('.
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I i lolini. hxhiiikI uiil elnli' are hrn lv iiriulrv
al iin-niit IIh; miiiii i.rui rlv M'nliril, In 111
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la lull, anil U. aiii.Ui'.l .r a i.ati nt li.i tai.l
lauuK. Ihat tho IUI ihopc-ii tn thu imbur inr
li-rlloii au.l ii-iiiiy tlii'ii-ul liy ilrvriplivi' nti'
.iiviiuu, rial ik:cii punii-ii hi a runii-nn-iit
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.11 nun noil.-.', nrou'iiiii ur coiiiiniH auuiuni ihe
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Ii niori) valuable for 111I11. ral than for iikiiciiII
tiral puniowa will la. ri i eivcil ami iiotcil for ru-
the Cciieral l.nu'l Olllei- at M aaliingto:i,
XJOTICK Iri If KKKH Y OIVEN THAT T 11 K
of MlKliley rri'iinaii, ilei:eacil, liaahlcil hi final
account with thu County clerk of 1juiikI
iiii.i.-in.Kiii .i, n aiiiiiiuinirauir 01 ine 1 aiuu
uouiity. MiHio or 1 iiciuii. ami ihu lion. 1 ouulv
.liulac hai ll xe.l Munilay, tbe lit .lay of May,
!'., at 'J o clock, In the fur. noon, ai the tlim'
for bearing; objection! to nalil account uml for
the w ttlcinent of the Kami',
Jialcl thin i.;ri .lay of March, 1 v.'i.
JAMKri i: Kit K KM AN,
A.luiiiiiitiator of thu eKliiln of lllirhler free-
Notice Ii hereby ulven that the uii'lerhlKm'il
win ou the Vutli ilar of January. Intii. ilulv
i 1 ij.i.i ii ti:i ailiuinlntriitor of the citato of Jauit H
k. Mitchell. UcccuKuil. All i.crwiiiK hailim
elaliiiK iixaluKi Kalili nlale urn hereby reuiiireil
to l.rew-ul Ihu lauio properly velllli'.l, lo Ihe
aiil &.1 111 1 11 1 -1 a tor at the law olbeu of A.M.
( raw foril, In Hoicbuiir, JJoiiglai County, iiru
Hon, within all niontliK from the ilatu liereof,
UalcH thin 11. th Hay ol February, l.i'.fi.
JOHN 3 !. Ml. IN'
A'liiiliiihtralol' of 1 1 10 IMfile of Jiiuh'I K.-Mileli
1 MR MRKcr HOt'THTO
Colorado and all
Ids tern Points.
l.lvn ilmlu'iil two IllMilllli lolllra, On
I'NION lACIHC lavt Mnll I Uf. r
litOi.UAM'K Kvhle l ino.
I imk nt tlir tl oio -
il.tys to Salt Lake
days to Denver
ila s to Chicago
tl.tvs to New York
I He Itrvlliiliiu i'lmlr linn, 't
liwlnlrrril TuurUI SHrrpliiM
('urn, IiiIIiiiiii lMlitr Hlccp
lus Iimn opt-rnirtl un nil
ti liiilln I Ilil.'ni'c'H r npl'l)' In
J. I'. GIVAN.S, Agt., lioaobuig
C. O. Terry, W. I!. Coinin,
Filled with special heavy tread (1 tx. J tires, arc
ihcUcst krini.i:ks and idiialscmt in.iit,
The Best Wheels ever liullt.
iu5-H7-ict)-u i .Sixth St.,
fifty-eight Years Old
Koc(ni.iiiug iU valuo lo tboao who doeire all '.be newi of the Slate and Nation,
tbo publisher or Tin: I'i.ainokalku. (ydiirown favorite homo paper) has entered in
to (in nllianro with "The New York Weekly Tribune" wbkb enables l.lin to lur
nisli both papen at tbe triflling coat of f 1.73 per jaar.
Kvery farmer and vllluurr owes to bimaulf. in liia fllfliilv Sitifl I t til aM:i..
iii which bo livts a cordial support ol bis local newspaper, aa it works constantly
and untiringly tor bis interests ia every way, brings to bis homo all the news and
happenings of bis neighborhood, tbo doings of his frieuds, the condition and pros
peels for different croiw. tho Prices in home marknia nil In frtuft ia A . ...!.!
visitor which should bo found in every wide awake, progressive family.
Just think of it! ! !
BOTH One Year for $1.75.
Send all subscriptions to the
t uality of the work
manship in onr
clothing is one of
it. strong points,
lvach garment is us
carefully cut and
as though made t
order. See our new
l'or (futitl, Who 'tftinc
llRlvAI), there i.t no no
equal to the
W'c have nlwnys a nice
assortment of fresh
Ot namcntal Cukes to or
der, (live ns a call.
HANISCH & IUIEUDE,
Mrs. 1 c. KiIlT
rsmr-ior In Mi Km
Calls attentiou to her nice
flesh slock of
lCvery tiling stttmlard and
oi'the hest quality. Keinctu
her at the old Hasten staud.
$40. $30. $25. $20.
Fred T.Merrill Cycle Co.,
(20 year pioneers.)
A. C. MARSTERS & CO. Agents
KuscburK, - - - Oregon.
1 1 1
ll'a a long lilf, luil ilovotlou to ilia
true intareata au.l .roK'i lljr uf tlie Ainer
ican l'ooplo liaa won for it now frionda ai
lliu ypai rollcil by ami tlieoiiuinal nioni
bora ol iia family iaae.l lo (heir reward,
ami I bene admirers are loyal aud a tea. I
fast today, with failh In Ita taihlnK,
and coiitldeneti iu llio Inloruialion whicb
it bringa to Ibuir boiuca and llreaides.
At a natural ('oiiiuerji:e it eujoyt in
ilnoldaK'0 all tl,o vitality and viifor ol
itayoutb, atronjillioncd and rined by
tne tuperiencoa ! gver ball a century.
It baa lived on Its tueriU, and on tbe
cordial aiiiport of irogreaive Anieri
It ia "Tbo New-York Weekly Tri'
burjo." acknowledgmt tbe country overaa
tbo leading Natioual l atnily Newapaper.
are the only kind we
wish to sell. They arc
the only kind we do sell,
and with each pair we
sell we make a new
friend. They arc uot
only stylish but good
clear through. See our