PW i, VyMH. .. -y-- (V-, m3 . 'i- HI . I ? I t , l t ,v ' i i' m i-.vo. V S 1 . . M i "& personal apd I. (Frrnt Thursday's Dally.) Tho Areata sailed from San Francis co at 1 .u, today. Tho Ladles' Art Club will liolil looting on Julv 8th nt the homo' Mr. Iiwloy, will spend some time in ' l.ii i luJninn. i lcim" -next mcoti of Jin F. Ilutehonson is n young journalist from Texas who is on thu Hay at present. Dr. Kvans Uio eye specialist, lett .h diy for Coquille, Myrtle Point and Usndon today. Timothy Don is an Astoria man h mny bo found nt tin Hotel Central her toHr. Scott Sheldon, a coal exjiert, of Los Aug!?, la in the eity today and may 've found nt the Arlington. 'ieo. Seoley, of tho Umpqua Life Spying station, was a business visitor Aln,onr city last Saturday. Win. Lnekstrom has pone up Catuh .,i;iiie longh to liaild a Jinc dwolilng 9 hotiso on tho Alex Matson ranch. j. W. Ballon is a visitor on the Hay today from the Willamette valley, and is registered at the Central. Jos. Crr.'chfield is it gentleman from Texas who arrived ou the Alliance hist Monday and is now prospecting on ' tie Uay. Walter Sinclair, of Coqnillo, who visited our city on the 4th, was a pas-. conger on today's traiu Jor tho county j coat. i ' CihHUllHirlaiU S When liilloos take Stomach and Liver Tablets. I iy John Preucs. For tal ML-s .Mabel Vaudecar. of Myrtle Point, who has been visiting friend '' vo.. haj servetl notice upon Mr. in this city for some week, left for ' nnlHr t,mt ,,tMvl11 couUK,t hU vlw' lier home this morning. ' tlon on t,ie Pronuds that in North Bend and n few other precincts a nutnOer of C. Timmous, of Astoria, who owm unmjistuml and illegal votes amount and is oienitiug tho Handon cannery, ing to more than Oalller's plurality arrivtsl in this city Monday and left ' were iUod. tor Baudon this morning. I . H. W". Gardiner and H. C, Danuer, if Uhipiiewn Falls, Wisconcin, are ti.nl.-er mon who are staying nt th. Hotel Central hero tolay. i All thosg who have bills ngaiast tho Fourth of July committee, will plc.ve render t'-gin at onco to J. A. 'Matron, ehairu a of the committee. 7 5 2t At.7. Howard M. Browuell, who in resiiso to an invitation went toLnng-S-lto deliver the oration ou the 4th, srued to this citj today. Mrs. Tniver, a Myrtle Point lady who has for the past few days Wen a 4e.1t at tho Forrey home, in this ciry. to t by this morning's train for hou.8. yul. Mayne, of San FrancLsco, is exacted to arrive in this city by the next Breakwater and during his stay ,t heveral days hero will W the gueit pt his cousin, Mrs. Lizzie Adams, Chan, Redmond, tho photographer, whoie headquarters have for i-oiiie time Wen at the Central in this city, J- left by this morning's train forBaudon .? and other piilnts alpng the ower Coquillo, Passenger list of Krath Ixiund Alll ance, Tuesday July5th, 1001 : T Jable, () N Anderson, K L Miller, H Kline iind wife, II S Stiugloy, Carl Amlernon and J Sperry. After the celebration the work uhu. nlly begins. Tlio Hecoratiou Commit, tee aro today busy clearing thu ever- .as from our streets and taking t.jwn the Hags and buntings at the pavilion. Frppt --' June's Carminative Balsam JL j j ff The Standard Remedy for Summer Complaint, Cramps, Colic, Griping Pains, Sour Stomach and Vomiting, also for Dysentery, Dlarrhosa or Looseness, Asiatic Cholera, Cholera Morbus, and Cholera Infantum. JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM has been used with great success for 73 years. We will send Free to any person who will enclose a two-cent stamp io part payment for the mailing, a trial size bottle of JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM. Write your Name, Town and State plainly to insure your getting the same. i mn (Mi drrUwat v-r Ial. I J. C. Taylor nm U.' M. Iiwloy, of - Porthnd, are at the Arlington. Mr, T1 wniwcnta Powors'Higley tf Co., 'of CI icagonitd ValivtraNo, publishers ltd "of o ueatlonal specialties, and with Tl i Keane company presented mo Hello of Kcntuckoy last evening to an tiuniiii.tlv tiuiliuiu'o. Toniuht thov will play the Highwayman, with Mr. ------ Konue 'in the uharootor of Captain Swift. This is n grout play and should lie s-eon ly all. (I. W. Wheeler and K..T. Brlokninu. who are getting up it directory of Coos county and who have for some time ! Won staying at the Arlington in this oily, left this morning tor Coquille vlwro they have yet about ten days J work ahead of them. " MsiiRgfr V. U. Dudley and wife, of the Jits. Koano. Co., left for Rosobug via tlio wagon route this morning. Mr. Dudley's company will follow him next Sunday, and will play a two nKjlUl. tllllrt i 0.slmrg next week Tm.y from Roselmrg to Portland, 1 playing Eugene, Albany and Salem on . the wa, To tKoTrado On account of sickness, the Ctws Bay Candy factory is closed today. The mnuagomeiit hopes to tw able to irc'Open tne ousiuoss inn lew days, ' however, and when they do they will be .-tocktsl well with all tho latest lluds of fmicy enudies. Contests tho Election Z. T. Siglin. who in the late cam- mlnn vtij tlio nimmrtlo iinmltiH for xheritr in this eotinty, and who was duteatel ly Stophuti Uallior, tho Re !W-ii. JH.Lnino, with a plurality of The Street Sports It inv AmiAtifi rf fu f K nf TW " v. "l ..... -w teltiw"' of ' rcet "x i-"lvmnntly left out, but are given below: 100 yd.-, foot race, free for all, prize, ? 15 Frank Smith. 100 yds. foot race, lyys 15 years and under flrst 5, cecond, 'J.50 John Bnrnitt, Sidney Huruitt. 50 yds. fcx)t race loys 1-' years and under llrst $H reeond ?2.50 Pat Flan agan, Frank Bridges Sflok race, lys 18 and under, llrst 5f second, 2.60 Frank Bridges, John Cowan. Oirls raco, 10 and under Jlrnt ?!J, second, ?'J Jennie Tolofsou, Mary Dorrand. Potato race, free for all, first 5, second, $3.50 Sam Marcden, Walter Bntler. High jump 5 Dave Morgan. CHAMBERLAINS' COLIC, CflOL. ERA AND DIARRH?:OA REMEDY ThU remedy is needed in almost ev ery home Ijefore tlio summer is over. It can always 16 depvwlod uikjii even in tho most envere and dangerous o.ihes. It is especially valuable for iiiiiiiner disorders in children. It is pleacant to take and never fails to give prompt relief. Why not buy it now? For bale by John Preuss, Filling Up Again. Acln tho faithful Sunday nchoot Thu children Kuthr la. Tho urchins know that, uu a ml. In Juno jilcnlcu bexln. Needed His Services. "I don't see unythlng lately from tho pen of Jeuklnd, who gave uuch proniloo I'K nu linaglnatlvo writer." "lie has a hotter tiling. Tho gas coinpniiy heard of lilm and gave htio a Job reading Ita metera." Address: DR. D. JAYNE CUHKU OF CHRONIC MAIlRIlOlA AFTKH TBN Y13AR3 OF SUFFERING "I wish to say it few words In pratso of Chamberlain's Collo, Cholera and Uiah;hoea Remedy," nays Mrs. Muttio Hurgv, of Martinsville, a. "I suffer ed from chronic diarrhoea for ton years and (during that time tried varl ons medicines without obtaining any permanent relief, hast summer ouo of ohlldreh was taken with oholuiu interims, and I procured a Inittlo of this remedy. Only two doses wero n; dlliivd til L'tvu lur inthi liiltnf. tj,MI ,i4W,Um1 to try the medicine myself, and did not "so all of ouo Kit tin before I was well and! havo never sine Wen troubled with that complaint. Oilo cannot say too mueh in favor of that wonderful medicine". This remedy Is for-sale by John Preuss. GREAT PLAYS BY KEANE CO, Hetoro a small audloueo last evening! the James Konue1 Company presented "Tho Highwayman" in 11 way that did full justice to this noted play. "The Highwayman" is n strong so ciety comedy-drama, dealing with tho life of a famous knight of tho road, who trios to' give up his old life and enter London society. By a strange coincidence he meets his mother whom he has not seen for years. He has In come engaged to to tlio ueico of his mother's husband, for hu is the illegit imate offspring of her first love, his father. Tho loy rait awa from him when a child and found his way to Au stralia, where lie beenmo a highway man. It is during tho visit to Loudon and his attempt to outer English socie ty thnt ho is tripled through a former enemy, who is now a servant in his mother's home. Ho is dually hunted to earth and in tho end takes Ids own life. Those who attended last night can congratnlatejhetuslvs that they caw one of the tiiuut blt of acting to which a Marshtiehl audience is likely to W treated in ninny a day. We refer to the MCcue when Swift's mother reveals herself, nnd hu takes his departure. Keane rose to real greatness and Miss Hartley approached it closely. It is no exaggeration to say that the audi ence were held spellbound and motion less, nnd there was not a sound or a movement in the auditorium until the ctrain was relieved by thy entrance ot (iardiuer. It is greatly to le regretted that such a jierforiuMnee, that would draw good houses in the most critical cities of ttie laud, should go Wggiug in Mnrshileld. This town now has an oisira house to le proud of, but If we desire to cee good theatrical companies uomo here often we must iwitronize them when they do come. It is an oxiHjnslve projositioii tf bring u high chics theatrical attrac-1 tlon here, and it will not of ton lo done ) unless the community does the right tiling. Tonight Mr. Koano will present tho weird, fa-clnating drama of Loudon life, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde". The iowerful story by the famous author, Robert Louis Stevenson, is too well known to need repetition. Tim weird ctory of Dr. Jekyll's misspent life, the wonderful dual character of ! tho benevolent Dr. Jekyll mid tho murderous Mr. Hyde, is probably the uiont sensational feature over Intro duood Into any drama. It is a mysti fying, intensely a bsorblng, psychology oal study. It rivets the entire atten tion from tho moment tho curtain rises until Its final fall. It leaves a power fullyjdrawn picture engraven ujsm the mind that time even cannot efface. It more clearly portrays tlio good and evil sides of life more surely and delin- ately than any sermon ever preached from the pulpit. It is always patron ized by tho church and has as advo cates many of tho leading theological Sb SON, Philadelphia. lights of tlio day. lo othei' play over oivated half tho furor that this ttld when llrst given to tho public by tho omlijunt actor Rluhai;d Mansfield in Now York olty, some fifteen years ago. Ho iccontly presented It Hi Han Fmu olsoo to tho largest audhmoo in tho his tory of tho Columbia theatre, plainly demonstrating that the play will never die. Mr. Koano has also presented tho play with tromoiuliiUH'Hueooss, playing to tho largest audionoor in tho history of Iho Uraud Opera house during a re. cent engagement la Los Angeles. Tomorrow Nat Hood win's amusing comedy "In Missouri" will bo present el. ' ' (From Friday' Dally.) Sevoral Ufwpeelallies will Ihj inni' ducod at thoHhow tonight. Don't miss them. 1. P. tMdt, of the county seat, Is a visitor hero today and may Ih found at tho Central. The sidewalk in front of the Palaco chop house in receiving houio needed repairs today. Ed Gudleuilugei, tho popular San Francisco commercial man is in our city once more ami is a guest at tho Central, " A. Ulynn and E. II. EWrt, of .Mil waukee, arrive!) in our city via Rose burg wagon road, and aro staying at tho Hotel Central. o Among other up-to-dato specialties, Miss Lueo will slug Ramoiia at tho performance tonight. II. J. Van Lowiiu, of Parkurshurg, Is a lmduoH visitor in our olty today. His name may l noticed 011 tho Blan co regi.tor. o W. (.'. Chase, chairman of the Coun ty Republican Central Committee, ar rived on today's train from the county seat and is in tho city this afternoon. o L. F. Fink, proprietor of tlio Coos Bay Candy Factory, who has Wen eon- lined to his bet for several daya with lumbago, is much improved today. o W. U. Douglas' new business block is rapidly taking ou the appearance of a store building and thu front is today receiving its primary eoat of paint. Through a letter to his father, Ray TibbitM was heard from yosb-rday. He is now with friends and relatives in his old Eastern home, and is enjoy ing llfo in the proper way. o (t.W.Wllcon, of Hooky Point, passed through tho city this morning, en route for MccKinley, where he goes to spend a few days visiting his friwid, Capt. 11. C. Wilcox, ., (dd A party of South Marshflohlors went hlnckhcrrying ou Isthms slohgh yester day, and returned with '.'0 gallons of flue Isjrries. The foreman ou the COAST MAIL acknowledges receipt of 0 nice ones. o There will be a joint installation of the A. O. U. W: and D. of II. lodges in North Bend tonight and several members of the two orders in this olty will go down to take part. ComingonBreakwater San Francisco, JulyA7 Tlio steamer Breakwater wiled for Marshllold to daywith tho following passengers! Mi ll ILoekhitrt, K Weeks and wife, Hoy P (triiitt.Mrs It 11 Hazard, Mrs Walter II Smith, Mrs M JL Towor, Win Wag- nor, Mrs Stifllor and children, Rev II T Murray, R D Thome and wife, Miss Shawl, Walter O 'Scott, F O Johnson, Swan Nelson, Fred Stone, Edward Arthur Bering, 1-' St Claire, K Sutlow, A V Finila, Jessio A Nell', May Morton, Mm -8 T Sohritnslor, and children, Cloilo, Nettie Cioile, (Wm O'Connell, Mrs H THflnadyj h F Hall. Wants to qt Out A. E. Buokun, vw is h"ld In tho county jail under an Information (lied last April, charging lriui with raping his II year old daughter, has applied to the ooiiiity court, through his attor neys, MoKnlght oi Hoahrook, for 11 writ of habeas corpus. Tlio matter will bo hoard before Judge llavlooker 011 tho loth Instant. A Communication Marshtiehl, Or., .July tl, UK) I. Editor Dally Const Mall. Deal Hlr: Please allow uio a few linos of space valuable tu your papor In which to ox press a fuw opinions. Tho con tiovorsy which Is going on Initween your paper and 'tho North Bend Post Is ludicrous In tho extreme. It is really laughable to read tho ac cusations that tho Post makes against yon ami then pertisu your well dlreuted and "facts" replies. Some few weeks ago when the solici tor for the Post visited the oitlrens of Marshllold ami asked for their patron age they received a good lift as the managers will admit. Their editor painted to us lu strong and llowey words that tho Post would Iw tho Wst paper lu Southern Oregon, and we, loor suckers, believed him. Wo paid lilnjrally for a bright, newsy sheet an. I received a paper which would honestly disgrace a high school. You havo easily proven to uh that their three dollar wire cervico is a delusion aid 11 snare, and out side of that what havo they? Their eight page sheet is mainly couiMwod of ads and tludr local news service is nil. I do not write this U'catiso I have It in for the Post, but merely to Inform you that the concensus of opinion is that your pajmr is one hundred vv cent Wtter than tho Post. Their Hl( SATURDAY EDITION was rich. Of all the hot air friends Mr. NHifborotigh certainly takes the cake. Ouo Marshllold mail remarks in that EDITION that North Bend will soon take lu Marchlleld and Empire and thus form ouo largo city. Wouldn't that jar you? He certainly hasn't sold his lots yet. Such rot as was printed in that edi tion simply hurts tho bay. People come in from tho outside and cxeot something grand, but when they strike that "twill" of ours they simply cut and run. Thanking yon in advance for your kindness in printing this letter and assuring you that wo appreciate you elforts in giving us a good paHr, j will remain Yours truly A SUBSCRIBER JAMES KEANE AS DR. JEKYLL AND MR, HYDE Brillfgnt Little Company Sur passes Previous Efforts in Marshllold Last night's iorfornianco of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde", presented , by thu James Kouno company, was wit nessed by n goodly nnuiber of Marsh Hold's best people. , In this play, the company area lnnwt unanimously deolaerd to have anrpilss ed all previous efforts. Mr. Koanu'ri delineation of tho ohar aotroof Dr. Jekylland his marvelous transformations into tho flondish Hyde, was nioro than fino; it was great I Tho rolo is certainly a very difficult and trying ouo, and it was enacted in 11 manner exceeding thu highest expectations of Mr. Roane's adiuirers. The other parts wore admirably tak en, and there was not tho slightest break to mar tho full success of tho performance. Tonight, Tho Droll Mr. Spuuldiug, one of the fuunest farCo comedies r on tho stage. It deals with tlio trials and tribulations of a, young man from ,thu country who hires out as a Jprlvato huo rotary to. an old gentleman from India There are many funny complication Avers You can depend on Ayer's Hnlr VlRor to restore color to your urny luilr, every time. Hollow directions nnd it never falta to do this work. It stops Hair Vigor falllnRofthe linlr,nlso. There's Ijrent sntlsfncilon In knowing you nrc not no Inn to be disap pointed. Isn't t)mt so? Mr ImtV fmbxt mall It lmil "lilt", II limit put on Imttlif nt -tiri't Hair VUr In (Mum 11 In lit liiimvr 1U1I1, Hcli rnlni Voiir iinir viKi-r i-r It." -A.M. il rtuliilr e "i wmhi inn r 1 tint fur llmiUAhi lluvkllKliiilll, fn '. 1 V MI-MOO, iji.ii. Mait Fading Hair tmgmmmmmMmmmmammmmmammtmmr lilllJIW and one laugh follows so rapidly upon the other that the play Is consider d ouo continuous scioam. ' Miss .Mayne will Introduce a Usual nil song from "Tho Fortune Toller" In which play she traveled to UqihIqii with Alice Nellson, last ncason. There will also bo specialties by Mr. West and Miss I. nee. lu addition to tho alsivo bill Mr. Koano will present the dream .scene (rout tho Boll.4, in three seem. This s considered one of the most )Ntwvrftil scene ever written. ONE LADY.'S RECOMMENDATION SOLD FIFTY BOXjy OF CHAM- BERIiAlN'S STOMACH AND MVHR TABLETS I hate, I hollovo, Mold Ilfly Imixim ot ChaiiilNirlaiu's Stomach and Liver Tablets 011 the recommendation of olio lady here, who llrst Umght 'a Isix of 1I10111 about a year ago. She never tires of telling her uelghlMirs and friends about the good tiallties of thej.o Tablets. P. M. Shoie, DrugglM, Roohester, lud. The pleasant purgiw live elfeet of these Tablet makes them a favorite with bulb's everywhere. For sale by John Prous. PEASANT WOMEN IN JAPAN. Tln-y .ol IMil) Do lit MniirnirU, lull riiiir Ifir riHiU. The sewing lu the kimono eoustHts of one small and one long stitch, a speed's of artistic basting. There In reason In this, for whenever the kimono Is wash ed It Is ripped to pieces. This Is per haps why the Jiipuiieoo, who bathe dally, wear sueh dirty clothes, while the Chinese, who bathe sometime. wear such clean clothes. The kimono Mrlpi are dabbed up ami down with, out soap, scrubbed with a brush am) are Ironed by dryliiit them eaiefully on lioiird. One of the sights of a town are these boards, with their strips of silk leaning against the sides of '(he houses, The peasant women not only do the homework, but out of door work u well. Like tho coolies, they wear trou sers nnd stand knee deep lu the slush of tho rice paddles, guide tho witr buffaloes at the plow or bind up thq straw to dry on the trees. This U the Jnpaneso Idea of a hnystack and makes, tho trova look uh If they wero wearing skirts. One of the novel sights In the old women mowers, clipping the lawns, with scissors as neatly as a lawn mower and stopping now and thei) to gossip over their tea. Both lu China mid Jupau tho tending of silkworms Is not only done by women, but Is re garded an nn elegant duty. In China each year the empress Inaugurates It ceremonially, as thu emperor does tho spring plowing. In each country thu other Important Industry tjw tea growing Is largely lu the haudti of wo men. Trru flirnnun Allium!. Aphasia, or tho loss of memory ot comprehension of speech, Js n queer complaint, A man who had forgotten his sister's name always referred to her as "that other woman," A person apparently otherwise In perfect health will substitute tho name of one nrtlclo for another totally different In the most ludicrous way. Amusta la a form of aphasia which prevents the patient from remember ing music. One aniuslac, tiucmuu'loua of the oddity, sang tho "Murselllalsu" throughout to the syllables "tun, tan, tan." On the other hand, another nphaslae, also a Prcuchman, could HpcuU bnt a single word, hut could slug t!h ".MarHollJalBu" correctly , Marriott THRRY LINUR13N In Marshllold Qr July a, lUOl.tFrank Terry and Kato Lingrcn, jjey Thos. Irvino olllolatiuff, JM. BffOSgWBr"aggjl r y.g- h imw.1.., .win ns"