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ROSKBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER x8, 1807.
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UP, I). KLKrt, ROHKUUHd UDH, M. ,
hold ihrlf rt-gular cminuiiliilon el h
I. 0. O. K. hall on m-ound nt loiirth IhiirMai
ill Mill month. All inimln rtilwt to at.
lin"l ri-suiariy, aim en Tiauuis bii
IIKRMAN MAKKH, Secretary.
DOIKII.AI COUNCIL Hi), ai JR. O. V. A. Mi,
rnralu every Wednesday evening at I
o'cilnok In the Old Masotild 1111. VlalrlBf
limtlu-ra lire cordially Invited lo attend.
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N. T. Jswsrr, B'eoy.
lllILKTA RUN bOlKIIC. NO. . I. 0. O. T.
nMia M.tiinl.r svenlna of each WMk at
ih.lr h.ll In uilil F.lln 'lemel at Roaabara.
Member of h order In nod standing arelnvfl
ad to altand. llOMC&r KOBINHON, M. a. I
'. u. Miuai, See'r.
DOriKBDRO MllMlK, NO. i, A. O. tJ. W.
, meet th rond and fourlh Monday ol
avh monlh at7;iW p. m. at Odd Fellow ball.
Member of th order lu good Handing aia In
filed Ul attend.
ENOl'OHT, NO. W. O. A. R., MIITw THI
Oral and third TbniMar or eeca monia.
rOMRN'HRKMRP CORPS NO. 10, MT
flrali and thiw i Bursas ra id eaoa
JARMP AM.lANt K-Regular quarter!;
uti,... sin halJ at Uranaa Uall
lha Aral Krldar III December. March
aud Juno, and the third Friday Id Heptemher.
ROMKIItlKH I'll AI"ThR, NO. S. O. K. .,Mirrj
Hie wMiml and luurtb Tbursdev ul aaob
HKU1NA RAKT, W. M.
Aorian llaoK, Hoo'y.
ROhEBORi D1VIHION NO 7 , B. Of l
mull every trvuud and fourth Huudey.
I) OHEBUHU R. D. LODOI, NO. 41. I. O f.
lha Odd Fallow hall. Vlalllng (later and
Brethren ere lorllod tu attaud.
MKKIT WKbT, N. 0.
AMATA hiin U. R. Bee.
A M HA UMXIE. NO. ?. K. OP P, M
i every Wedneaday mxtiliig l OdJ re! low i
HalL VUlllin Knlxnu lu good tanUn( oor-
fllnlly lurltnl lo attnixi.
V. I.OOSK.V, I', f.
R. M. CONK1.INO, K. K. H.
Y M- OilAWFORD,
Attorney at Law,
Room I, Uantcra Bulldlnjt, ROHKBURU, OR
Km Umlnrn bfloro tht U.H, IjindOBlcaand
BtluTiif oae a ipci'lalty.
Ulc Receiver U. B. Laud OfBte.
raaD. raui nana.
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Ta A Wllo Block. KOHIBI'RO, OR.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will praalla la all the eourta of Ua State. Ol
io la the Court Houe. Doaajta aoaatr, Of.
Q A. 8J5HLDREDK.
Attornoy at Law,
OIRo ovr tht Poatoae a Jaekaoa lira.
Q P. C0SH0W,
(pedal Htlciillou Rlvcn lo Com
ncrclial l,w "U collection.
OITlctoit Jnrknou HI. oalto Hlocuin'l Blot'k.
g D 8TRATF0KD,
Attorney at Law,
Tajlor A Wllmn Blink.
T B. BDDT,
JRA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
JLMER V. HOOVER,
Physician and Surgeon,
MhIu Hirovt, ono door noutli el City Unit.
-VRA BROWN, M. D.
orriOR, .'( Jui kxou direct, at rt'i
Itk'uco ol Mm. ). Mlrtr.
J- L. MILLER, M. D.,
Surgeon and Ilomooopatbio
"Cbronlo dlieaiaa a wolaltr.
yiLL. P. HEYDON,
aud Notary tubllc.
Orrioii lu t'ourl Uuuae.
Onltir lor Hurvcylng and Field NoU't thnuld
be addrouud to will V, Uoydou, Oouutr Bur
veyor, uimi'iiiirif, i;r.
MM. !. V. Mi LALI.KN, I'rop,
SZASQUA1TKS3 F0& TEAVILIN3 K17.
Urn, Fin Hauil Room.
frea But to and Protn Tralu. &0SESUH9.
JERRY J. WILSOtt,
Watchmaker and .Jeweler,
II Hplrln culrualcd lo
any car will bo rROMPTLV and
PRICKH REAHUN ABLE.
4 m wen 7)I an m JaMB .
H. C. STANTON
Baut raoelTad a lit ul aatalv atock a
DRY : GOODS
Udlea' Dru Oo4. ttlbboa. TriraniliRi.
ac, lie, Xte.
-AUO A FIN I HTX3K Itt-
HOOTS ARI SIIOl
Ol ike beet aaalltf aad RaUh.
tfaodi Willow and (tlau Ward,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Alan ea band la larte quaatlllt and at erica tr
nit taa ubn, aiw a lary aux-a ul
Call at Stanton's for "L. P. M"
ALL COMPETITORS !
Wa ar alwaja Id the Lead, and nionn to
Th Golden Ilarreat ia npoo ua, and farm
ra ar atniling becaas Woodward
Iooa to their intereat.
Th ar all Leather and Warranted.
At Rednoed Prioea.
Oonault yonr pane and b aure and mm
Woorlward before baying.
W. G. WOODWARD
DouKlaa County, Oregon,
The watera ol thcaa Hnrlnva contulu : Iodine
Bromine, I'otaMluni, tlio ( arbouatra til Iron
and Lime and t'blorldoa ol Calcium, Mnxneeluia
Ona Hnrlna aontalua 43fi and tho otlu-r over
2000 gralna ol aolld matlvr to the gallon.
Located mi thn Houthrrn l'aoino Railroad.
"Bliaita route" Irom Ban Francisco to l'ortlaiid.
In Douglai County, Orvgou,
Axgravatud eaaca of Kheuinatlam, Nasal ( a
tarrn, (Jatarrh ol lha Ktomaflh, DvkimiiwU. Dla
k. .. . - .. , . u-1 II , , . . L' , . 1 1, n i.
Trouble, C'onatlpatlon, DUraara ol tho Sklur
uvrr and uoweia, aua venereal ninoaava bbti
bven cured bj tlio uto ol thcao WKtcm.
New bath-room ronnttolrd with tho malu
bulldlna. 1'oitoOlee and F.prtw ou tho irnn
lac. llly mall, uorlb and eoulb.
Tartuu--tl0 nt?r urclt. IJ luir iluv. Ini'llldlllB
. The Hotel la under Ibo Imnsedlaloj tupi'rvli
1(1 u ol
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MRS. IN. BOVP
THIl INDERAL SENATE.
Change In riarch, 1901. aad Soma
On tlio 4th ol March, 18W, Ibo terma
of .TO 'fodoral aenatora will eipira. Of
Uir-ao 11 aro republican, 15 datnocrata, 3
allver republlcana and 1 popnllat. Tba
lateataalimata which baa bean mada
glvta the republicans A'.) votea after
Match 4, lfi Ki.
Tlio trrmi of lha following republican
aouatura will aipire March 4, 1803: Al
drlch, Khode Ialand; Borrowa, Michi
gan; Clark, Wyoming; Iala, Minna
atila; llala, Malna; Hann, Ohio; Haw
Icy, Connecticut j Idgo, Maaaachaaalta ;
I'roctor, V rmout ; Quay, PannayWaoia,
andWilaon.ff Waahlngton. Tba dam
ocrala wbuaa lerme will and at tba aama
time are: Ilatr, Tanneaares Cock rail,
Mlaaotirl; Daniel. Virginia; Faulkner,
Weat Virginia; Money, Miaaiaaippi;
(iorman, Maryland; Uray, Delaware;
Milla, Texa; Mitchell, Wiaconain; Mur
phy, New York; I'aaco, Florida; Koacb,
North Dakota ; Smith, New Jeree ; Tur
pie, Indiana, and white of California.
The silver republicana going ont are:
Cannon of Utah, Mantle of Montana,
and Riewart of Nevada, and one populiat,
Allen of Nehraaka, will alto go. It ia re
gardtd aa certain that the republican
will hold eight of tbelrllatatea, namely:
Rhode Ialand, Michigan, Mlnnriota,
Maine, Connecticut, Maaaacbneettei,
Vermont and I'mnaylvani. They ex
pect alto to hold Ohio and to gain
Weat Virginia, Maryland, Wiecnnain,
New York, North Dakota and New Jer
ey. The democrats will bold Tennne
ttv, Mivouri, Virginia, Teiaa and Flor
ida. Money of Miaaiaaippl baa already
Imco re-t-lrctad. The democrata will
piobably lone Wral Virginia, Maryland,
Wisconsin, New York. North Dakota
aud Ne Jeiecy, and will hare to light
fur Delaware. They way gain a aanator
in Utah, and it ia conaldered aa poeilble
lhaj. Mr. Wllliani J. Bryan may te
elected lo r-ucctcd Allen, the Nebraska
populiftt. The legialattiret juat t hofeo in
MnUml, Virginia and Ohio will elect
ceiiuUir.i. In Virginia .Mr. IUnlel is ex
pet ted to titccerd hiniacll, Kmi 111 Ohio
Mr. Ifanna expects to he re-cle'ed. In
l'.iOl, 17 rt'iubli,ana, II democralM, 1
lo!uiat and I silver republican will no
Choate In 1856.
A striking: evidence of the dread tuid
avcrnijii which the repunlican party
arouaod in aotao conaorvative minda,
eveu in New Kngland. ia the early days
ol ilt) existence, is ahowu in these words
from a letter by Choato in 185(3 to the
Whig Plate Committee ol Maine: "The
first duly ol Whigs is to unite with some
organization of our countrymen to defeat
aud dissolve the new geographical party
callii g itself re publican. The
question lor each and eveiy one of us is,
by w hat vote can I do moet to prevent
the madness of the times from working
its tnaddeol act lha very ecstacy of its
madteee the permanent formation and
tho actual present triumph of a party
which kuows one-halt of America only
to hate and dread it; from whose nncon
aecraled and revolutionary banner fifteen
stars have len erased or have fallen ; in
whose national anthem the old and en
deared airs ol Eutaw Springs and the
King's Mountain and Yorktown, and
those later of New Orleans and Benna
Vista and Chapultepec, breathe no more?
The triumnh ol such a nartv
puts the anion in danger. And
yet some .men would bava ua go on
laughing and ainging at a present peril,
the mere apprehension of which aa a dis
tant and dire possibility con Id sadden,
the heart of the Father of bia Country
and dictate the grave and grand warning
of the farewell address."
They Will Not Ut Up.
"It is a good time," says tba Chicago
rimes-Herald," "to draw In those long,
labored calamity editorials on 'the im
pending treasury deficit' before they are
Nay, nay, good brother; these dismal
lucubrations shall not eease. If they are
to be no more forthcoming, wherewithal
shall the free trade croaker and the
mugwump kicker be comforted T
These fellows thrive on disaster and
(atteu on Mringency. No matter if tbe
situation be reversed, as likely it will,
aud a hcallhy surplus take tbe place of
the inherited tletlcit. In that case tbey
howl about excessive taxation and lie
about tho comes that produced the pros
They will never let up; bo assured of
Governor Lord has appointed Squire
Fat rar, of Palum, us u tuoinber of the
state board of equalisation for the third
judicial district, to succeed S. D. Gibson,
deceased. Mr. Farrur Is a pioneer citi
tea of Kalum aud was for insuy years eu
gaged in but-iuobB aa a grocer in that city.
He has litrgo property interests in mid
about Salem, lie bus alwaya been a re
I or Over l'lfty Vcaia.
Am Oi.ii anu WaiL-Tata'D ItsaxDV.-Mia
ft 'lualuw's boothlug Hyiup luui becu utcd let
over tllly ycum by millions o( mothers for tboir
children while testblug, wltlt porleot luccon.
It aoothea tho child, aoltoui tbe gums, allays all
palu, cure vvliul oollo, and Is the best remedy
lor Dlarrliu-H. Is plvaaant to the taste. Bold by
druggiat lu every part ol tbe world. Twenty'
live conla a bottle. Ita value 1 lucaluulable,
Boauro and aak (or Mr. Wlualow's Hootblug
Byrup, snd take no other kind.
NOTE AND COMMENT.
A parlv left Heettle recently, and will
attempt lo reach Dawson City over tho
mow. The chancea aro they will either
perish or return soon.
The endleas chain of which Mr. Cleve
land complained baa ceased to revolve.
Its mlasing link ia tba democratic party.
A New York minister has announced
three Sunday evening sftrmons on "kiss
ing," "dancing" and "flirting " That
clergymsn probably spent his saramer
vacation at tba seashore. Special.
A Lane county woman will consent to
let her basband go to Klondike in the
spring if be will draw np a paper to tbe
effect that if he hasn't returned in three
years it meana that be will never return,
and that she ia at liberty to marry again.
BeaU la U said to be filled with gamb
lers, who run tbinga high. Recently at
that city Fatty Nickerson got ahead ol
the experts $3000. The Klondike ex
citement baa taken a great many to that
city, and tbey have found plenty of gold.
The Mitchell-McBride combination are
aaid to be willing to concede tbe state
ticket to Cor belt 'a friends if tbey can
name the legislative ticket. That is
probably the line on which "harmony"
will he restored between tbe two bands ol
slightly factional brothers. Salem Jour
nal. A Kentucky pastor stood up in his
pulpit and affirmed there is no devil,
and his congregation ejected him from
the church and fired about twenty
postal shots after him. lly this time he
is probably converted to the belief that
there is more than one church-going
devil in Kentnckr.
Items like this are now frequent ia
Northwest papers : All the warehouses
in Tollman, Wushiogton, are overflow
ing, and tbe grain is being stacked on
the ou'Ridrt and roofed over. Tbe yield
ia greater than ever before known in
Whi man county, and will possess a val
uation equal to that at which the entire
county was assessed la-t year,
A new method has recently been in
vented for mating strong and reliable
tulfxrapu and telephone poles of pBper.
Tny are said lo be impervious to tbe
weather and very durable. Water pipes
are aleo made o' pper in Kugland, and
are said to be a succvbs. A chimney has
been built ol paper at fireslau, which is
said lo be absolutely fireproof. It is the
only chimney ol tbe kind known.
Reduced rste ol interest is a fact that
stands agaiust the aliened scarcity of
money. In all financial centers interest
in very low. Never before, indeed, was
it so low. Here in the Northwest every
one knows that the interest rate has
been greatly reduced from the rato of
former years. Money can be had any
where, at very olw rate ol interest, if
only the lender he assured of the safety
of tbe loan. Oregonian.
"Bryan's virulent warfare upon Sen
ator Hanna baa been tbe mostcoutempt-
ible part ol the campaign ol 1897," says
the Omaha Bee, and tbe sentiment is en
dorsed by every right-minded man. To
abuse a rich man simply because he is
rich is to rebuke economy and thrift, for
lew men become rich unless tbey pos
sess these qualities. Neither tbe ability
to make money honestly nor the dispo
sition to save it ia juetiy censurable.
Hanna made hia money in businees, and
while acquiring wealth he has done more
to create opportunities for labor to earn
living wages than Bryan and all his
mining speculators bave ever done.
"As I look hack over more than a
thirl, of a century that I have sat ou this
bench ol the supreme court ol the Unit
ed States, lam more and more impressed
ilh the immeasurable importance ol
this court. Now and then we hear it
spoken of as an aristocratic feature of a
republican government, but it is the
most democratic of all. It carries neither
the purse nor tbe sword, but poesosres
the power of declaring tbe law, aud in
that is found the safeguard which keeps
the whole mighty fabrio of tbe govern
ment from rushing to destruction. This
negative power, the power ol resistance,
is the only safety ol a popular govorn
ment." Justice Field.
A. K. Peterson, who has bceu fishing
in the Fraser river, says that tho puck of
fish there and in Alaska is large, and
that the catineiymen have really more
flsli than they know what to do with
On the Sound fishing is still going on,
and the amount ol second-grade fUli
packed will be euormona. Mr. i'etcrson
says the fishermen on the Fraser river
aud in Alaska attribute tho increased
aniouut of fish caught yearly to the kill
nig off ol the seal herds by pelagic t-oal
ing. As the fish seetu to be increasing,
instead ol diminishing, notw ithstanding
the vael quantities caught, there may be
Bomuthlni in this theory. Tho hair
seals, which frequent tlio mouth ol tbe
Columbia, cut mil mo 11 and kill lots ol
them, and probably tbo fur Btuil does the
same. A good healthy seal should eat a
salmon a day, or twoor three of the blue-
buck they catch in the Fraser aud in
Alaska, and the immeuae herds of seal
which go up to tho Behiiug sea every
year would coutuuio vuBt numbers. If
tho herd of sea lions, which havo their
headquarters at Saul rocks, just south of
False Tillamook, were extorutinuted, the
number of fat Chiuook ruluioii coming
into the Columbia would be greatly in
While Baby Sleeps.
The angels smile as from the shadow
of stillness comes the silvery sweet echo
of a young mother's lullaby. Gently to
and fro the cradle swings, while tho soft
musical notes lulls to repose the delka'e
bud of humanity. Tbe sunlight drifting
in at the window leaves in the room a
pathway of golden glory. Trie tired
mother looks down on her sleeping babe
and she drifts backward into the days ol
own childhood. Across the fields ol
time an echo steals along, distinctly
clear, and reverberating into cadences
softly rising and falling. Her motber'a
voice and the years glide by, and the
past blends with the future, and her own
baby will bave grown to manhood, and
the visions and dreams are delicioasly
haunting, when perhaps life's honors
will crown him and joy pervades tbe
sphere, and then another's cradle will
swing to and fro, and then the dream
will be over and Baby stirs, coo, and
tiny hands clntcb tbe covering
Tbe young mother awakens from her
reverie and bending over the Want
form, raises it lo her bojom crying with
maternal pride, that, "The swee'.ett
dreams of all time are those mellowing
into the reality of the present."
Saba Fbed in PaciGc Empire.
A Big- Ditch.
A correspondent of tbe Myrtle Creek
Beacon tbns describes tbe big ditch of
the A. B. C. Mining Company now com
"Tbo mine to which this ditch will
carry water, is situated seven miles from
Ulendale ou the west side of Cviw creek
and embraces 2300 acres of mining land.
The ditch heads in a small canjen
tbrougb which a little creek fijws, on
tbe south side of Battle mountain. For
a distance of a milo and a half the ditch
in sizj is 3 feet on top, 2 feet iu tho
bottou:, and 3 feet deep. Here it strikes
I'erkim creek, which is abo lapped.
From I'erkios creek ibo dilcb i larger,
eirg leet on top, ; feet in ibe t ot-
on), ana 0 leet deep, ana is 01 mis s ze
lor a diistauco of nearly lour miles, wbeio
li,eo stiikes Murriam creek, t-'ioui
hero for a distance of 268 ro-U the ditch
s again ol difltrent din.ensiuiiH, beitg 5
fee-ton top, 2 feet in the boitom, and :
feet deep, and ibis ditch aill empty into
a mammoth reservoir now under con
struction and when completed will bo
200 feet long by 50 wide, and 0 feet deep.
Tbe present wet weather is delaying tho
work somewhat. ThiB Company will
employ about 25 men this wiuter and
will run five giants, one ol them being
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with Local Applications, as they cannot
reach the seat ol the disease. Cat an h is
a blood or constitutional disease and in
order to cure it you must take internal
remedies. Hall s Catarrh (Jure is taken
internally, and acts directly on tho blood
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Cure is not a quack medicinn. It was
prescribed by one ol the beBt physicians
in this country lor years, and is a regu
lar prescription. It is composed ol the
best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly on
the raucous surfaces. The perfect com
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Mr. Isaac K. Downs, of Boring VulteV, Kock.
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