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CL0S1HG OUT SACRIFICE
,'i prices hubs in n
For BARGAINS, call at
Caro Bros1 Boss Store.
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in a el.il'.lul niaiiiiirr ul tiiuin.iiiiib!i -n .
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ul tlni iill'.ir.
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Tlio P-ii-i M'.iti ii nelliiiK r nt Hi'ii
liciim l-M r-t. t'till '"I ' I "-' i ii iviiici' l.
t'.iiir.-liill W '.il r'il til-hit in liCpl
ImKy l- illiiil" "I1 '.' '' I 'l'i i iu- ili vtrn.
No in'iBliil-0 mi'.I i imln I v liuvinx
your ik-n!iil wml: ' " l,r- Mraii;.
Hid tlliior plow Ii.ii il wmlil iili
n-iutiiioii. C'lmirliill i Vi(!li-y mill
l-artu nut fulii'i; i.i wlutt niir udvir
lining t-i'iliiiiiii ir'rr.iiil. Ilio I'-ofb
.Sinoko t!io "Arli.'," tlui U'fct oo
liiir ul l'ie J i'in . Krutio A linmliruuk,
K A. 1 Li.i.-r, iii Al riilmiit'ii wnii"
lioum1. lm a liny, i.iiu uii.t nil Limlrt ul
lann i-roiliu t.
New htrU ol l.ulii'B ami ininu' lino
BhuOB, llll till' I Atl"it I'tyloU, j'lbt itwivoil
lit l'Ullott I'HOM.
All onr U'io.Ih me niu un.l t.-f tliu hilcut
etyli'M. No nlioiiwoni Rooilii on luin.l at
tliu Hotrn Storo.
ToiiIh, fulSi I'-imp iluiim niul full
caiiipinj- outllin tun Ihi fouin! nl AU-x-Hiulor
C.iiI ul tliu l'.oi b .Slum uuil iiii u lliuir
Kuoilrt, niul you till lm BiiipiifH'il to llnd
thuin t Hiicli low lii-uii H-.
A largo un.l lino uhmui tiuuiit of i liil
iliun'ii Hlioua j nut locoiycJ tit l'miutt
Id'oa. Cull uml ecu llii'in.
Monoy to lu.tii mi lily uml Vouiitiy
pro-iwrty. i- !l 1,1i
JInnilorM' llnililiiiu'i Uofulmri;, Or.
Whiil oyi'iiD'H' ,IIU''1 true'
Tlio clio'.i'cat of ti'im niul iiol'fwa i" lowu
t Mils, II. KahionV.
Thu V. 0. T- I'. will liolil ilu ij;u!r
luuoliutiH mi tin' ttiuinl mil fourth
Mouduy olovi'iy iiionlli t 7;:i0p. in.
In tliu Kurtoith l.ougiio room of tliu M.
V i liuirli.
-i'.)wiii nui'hiiii':', uiiiii niiU'liiiii'H,
iHjwiiiK in-ii'liiiii ul Ali'X'iinler & KUoiik,
uml tliu bunt of llitiii ut Hint, runuinii in
,,rli ii from t'-M In W7M). Hhhiiio to eu
lliom toforo yo'i tmy.
Any iuthiiii lirtvini; l ior-0 iuh'B of
clour or uunily i loiii uil mini lot pum iioar
KhidImiiu wlili Miiall ruiitiiit jt titrcmii, or
Hlrunj? nnin'J! of ijoikJ water, will fli'rtee
I'oiiiinunii'iitii wiili MrH. Alii'o (inori-i1,
li.M.Coim Imi oi o to IVii'lUlon lo
It. II. IIbIi'h of nkUinl woi in town
S',V. Win-it-in, ol W'iiiB'on, wns In
I ii w ii i-iiiiiiuny,
Mi. Mitiy l.nvrim, of Cmiyonvillc, it
in Kunrbilrn tixlm y.
Win. Vliilo ui.il nifu of l'orllan-1 re
Kin-Bin i l liiindB at Hi i iilai'c.
Klijili Iljri4ii, of Drain, Imu I rtn
Kraiilu-I n H-iiniiii of (S o Iiionlli.
T. K. Uii'lutriln'iii, llm innnic donlvr,
linn I 'ii-iii Iii 1 'ortlnrxl llm nnt ninik.
Koy hnrkvlt, Kmiik t'eikcrt in-l Hob
JbcWiuhi wrru iliin froiii IMiMlo Huiur
51 m. .1. U. Mmlluv mi J Ijinily, ol Oak
Ian I, havii -')ii to liianli I'dHR to re
iiln, A. II. liUrk, ii liroiiiinciit lnrri:liuut of
Myiilo I'uiiii, n i'i Koicliu.'S Salor
1.. A. Marattirn waa in from Olovi'laii-I,
Satur.ljv on. I madu lli in uflitp a ilt-aniit
Irt'iic C.jl.li, of (iilUnl, Ima ;o:in t-i
Acli'.iii-I In lako h r inrro in llni Statii
Normal .S lum! tli-ur.
.Mm. KIU M. I rn.ii'r, itiln prtniJcut
nl llu Ki lii-f C irpr, iii in Ilio cily Ihmm
i;ni'i-ii" In ii.ni'i ( t I lie local corpp.
Win, A. I l'ioil, mi iiunnlo of tlx t-'ui-ilt.'ih'
Iluiui', ui tc-l ty u.lj'i.lui'.l itiaanii
niul m .Il I'i' lnli'-'i lo tli4 n-yliim loi.lj.t.
II yi ii iti ii. . c.illl i! v. u!i lli Imut
ini'Mt )(i: ii'triv-ii ut llu FHrnitT'H I'ri'il
hi.iiU it mil n.ti-.et y hi anylliini! n I
i'i ik lininlki-rcliirf l-iwiir, alto I in ly
ciiibroi.lrrf J liaiulUi-rcliii-fM at tlm Novi'l
ty Mcra at pik-os that you can not af-fo-'il
to h i llirin pii9'.
Triiniuin; ailkB ami ailka f. r fancy
woik, u'ho bra'nl nml jut Iriiniiiinn",
piit t'H n ti.l iii.m lini-iit you i nn r.ot dtipli
cati. Nnvdly Slnro
1!.m iili l.itli cjpa i"o-ida 5t inches wide
in I .luck, lun uml navy blur, which
lor im-rly Bold ut $100 per yard, now for
"j cciiIh :it tli Novc-liy Stole.
.M..i i-r-. I r.uik Kiitcliu-n hh IK.1i
liiunp, if 1 hit city, liuvo opuiicd a
butcher chop mxt door to II. F. Haiiip'a
on vccoiiil Blu-ut Albany I)iiiioct'.
1'. M. 1 1 o'l, of Clovoliind, dislocated
liinil'nv Thiircday by fulliiiu olT a wag
on. II.-wuh hi.ivht lo town and Ir.
'li lii'hi il nttoii l-id him an-J sot tlio
I'. A Itynl, foruiurly ol tbia county
and coiiiii-ctcd with tliu Iruln KJucation
al .loiiriiiil uml the South 1oiiIhb Star
it Ki.l. I!", ia low in Iho furuiturt huni
ih'ib at l'liirii, llui ney county.
Suits of clolliiH, all wool, heavy
welhtn, U.50; regular (iiico ('J. Uoye
clot Ih-.i from G to 1:1 years for f 1 .50 nud
I lata nit btyli a Hud color for Soc,
ri'Kiilur pneo $1.50. All them) Roods are
only t j bo found ut tlio Doss Store.
I'p to duto doiitialry by It. Stiange
which ini'aiiB the hcHt and latoet kinds
ul work t-kilfully cuclully au l proporly
innerted with no uftur Iroublo, but per-
foct satisfaction. Try Or. Ktraugo'e
Heauileiw crofi iiB, tlio IhsI, latent and
tuoBt perfect inade.
Pr. S. K. .Ijoplii, from Multnomah
county, ib tliu republican uominee lor
thu ollico of Btuto Beiialor, to llll the vac
ancy citoHod by tlio rvaiguatiuu of Joeejib
Simon to go to tlio United Slates senate.
lr. JoBephl will bo reiueinbored through
out thu Btuto from liia long and success
ful connection with tlio Asylum for Iho
Thu uiuiiBuiucut public bavs been
Utillod to hiicli an extent by the false
promises of unworthy niatiaters that
it ia now rathor caroful about expeudlng
money until hBsurud it will K"t "Ha
inoncy'a worth." When AugUhiin Dily
or D init'l Fruhiuan's oulei ttinuienti ure
aniiouncud they lire unroof patronage,
for (hoy are well known us splendid pro
ducers and entertainers, mid their com
panies ure kuowu to bo composed ol the
bunt tiiK'iit. So It ia with the farce-
comedy-world, When Murray it Mack
and "l''iuult;ui'ii Hall" ure announced,
tlio public ia sure to ion pond to such an
extent that uvcr-llowiug liouaos Hie tho
ruiult. Tliu nmno3 ol Murray & Mack
are synonyms with all that is patlicuhir-
ly pleuaiug In thu f.iico coinedy line, and
both gontlemitii have etood for years
at tho l.e.v.l uml f.-unt of roprououtntive
coinediec Their company, thu preeout
bohhoii, is euo uf grunt oscelluuce, nud
tho uceiiiu HurroundiiiKB, uiecluiiieal aud
electrical ellecla are slartliug, attractive
nml olluctivo. Tlili ttttruclion will bo
Bonn at tho Opera lloutm next Wednes
day evi'iiiiii Novcinlirr "ml.
All peraoiis indebted i ) tliu undersign
ed are hereby n'lllllcd nud requested to
como forward arid make Mjinit roll le
nient. All nn'cs ami accounts not paid
Immediately will bo placed in tin hands
of mi attorney for collection. TIiSr
npni.H liko il reid.i. Wo atu going out
of biilnefes, und m i"'. Imv.j n icttiement.
l'eter I'lam in down from Ciinyuiivillo
I. . I. Klllmni W4D over friuii ()klii)
the last ol Iho irk.
T. W. Stoplu-ii" wai in K'im burg Sat
urday from A-liliiinl.
J. I. M.iihi b( II Hie b'jnt tlutir iu town
and prlcen nru nil liglit, ij'ulity coiihid
ertil. I'.Uck hi j ii'lo itr,'M nl. iili nnd iiiorein
un lernkii t. New line al Iho Nuvelly
Ladies ruhl cra at l'o cciiIh nnd I'.rnt
Uali(y at -10 cimiIm per pair. Novelty
WooimnnilH.il wlioliKalc .ii.e1
tho Novi-I'y Store. '
Zephyr Jj rniitj I. r -t-pkcia package
St the Novelty S'.oic.
II. Mmln -lule, of tJamas Valley, reg-IhU-re-l
at tlio MiClitll.in IIoiish Satur
day. Mr. and Mn". W. II. I'-rown, ol OA
laud bavo ritiii n.'il lin.ii-i i'i jin a V::t lo
( Mi chil lreli Hint iiiib.'" ii i-hti'-s we mu
save you fro-n 10 to L'o p-r ieu hi the
IM.uk I rn' !i' -lii't -kit .', uhiih
formerl y miI.I al il ill lo J-.i'l, lun for
$1.15 lo L'.7'i at llm N iv l-y Store.
Caul i paid for kiain, ami n'l kiinln of
(wrm product,, ut Abrahaiu'r wunhouie.
It. A. P .. i n.
1'.. Pini.ii-. M P., li:i-:i:i 'i r r.l.ir.t ol
l'em i in I'i '! tnitii i .1. Hih e, M.ir'!erB
buil-liiig rei-i linif i -irnci' .Uin and I'aea
lifituiifili lit.it ol l.iHC.nalolo lhat yuu
cauiiot buy ut an v. rt-liiil i-l ir.) (or lie
inoney wo a-k for ilieiu ul llm No'ehy
lvjonoiny will prompt yon to buy
children's clothing of un. Suits fioui
4 to Mat $1 l!i ami upward in price,
many maiked below cun!. Novelty
For prices and ipi ility call nl the old
original hia'nl, Freud and ill ied fi nils,
candy and nut, i in i-.u I lolwi-coat
prices to riiit all. Mi.s. II. Km ion.
K. It. Ooll'tiiu, phyvi'.'i.iu and ruigeoii
Ollico in Taylor A Wibou block, resi
dence, Met'laHiM! Iloute. I'rofe-s idial
callii iu town or co.iuiry piomptlv an
swered i'.i;ht or l iv.
Kemomber I lint Pr. S'.raiuo is a per
manent resident of K iBulmrg, and is not
here teuiKirai ily, lhat lie fully warrants
all his woik and i' In re nt all liuies to
make good his guarjnt -es of all dentis
Mr. II. I'.iBton treale.l the 1'l.vix-
DL.iLi.it f-rco to a bjx of thoico I'roueh
candies, which she has for sale at her
griK-cry on Jackson e.tieet. The ipialily
waa lirft-claf s and Mrc. l-'.iston has our
E. 1.. Kico waa iu from Piliard Tues
day with a load of produce, lie dried
between Uti.OOJ und 30,000 pounds ol
prunes this ceason, Growers in that
sectiou have not yet deposed of their
lioiog north from tiio south Pr. Lowe,
the optician, will ;op for one day only
as follows: Koaolurg, Nov. 3id; Oak
land, Nov. 4:h; Drain, Nov. 5th. lie
sure nnd sou him that day, as he won't
bo back for six month.
Thursday night tlio big Fashion stab
les at Suiem were consumed by tire.
The stock und vehicles were all saved,
but over a hundred tons of hay and feed
were burned. Tho feed was liiBUied.
On the building there was no Insurauee.
Ed. Hii'di and tieo. Collins are the
A few dor.en of thotu Kcutucky made
pauts, Biit'btautial and well made, no
shoddy. Alhj a few doy.ou women's,
men's, hove' and children's shoes, regu
lar wearers. Hals for uuuuhino nud
dhade, uuderwenr for hot mid cold
weather, and various other utticlea at
living prices, ut II. C. Stanton's.
Walter Melick, of thu railway mail
service, was married to Mina Addie
rrot.man nt Iho pai'donago of tho First
PieBbyteiian t'liincli Tuesday uftci noou,
Kov. Kdgai T. Hill ollliSiating. Mr. A.
L. l'lpi'ln acted ns beiit mau, nud Mine
Sch lot t wag bridesmaid. The bride wits
attractively gowned iu whito organdie
aud Vnluucioiiuea lace, nud carried u
bouipiot of white caiiiulioiiB, Only a few
ftienda of the contracting purlieu were
prouent, but all united to wish tho hap
py young couple liodnpued, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Melick left in tho evening for lo
loria and tho Sound cities. They will bo
gone about threo weeka. -Sunday Ora-
Wr TAKE I'lllllITIM S
Demand will be Presented to
NOT ONt BUT AIL Ol TIILM.
If Spain Kcfufes, Molllltles Will Uc
Resumed and We Will Seize
1'a iiih, Oct. While the Spanish
and American ieace cominlssioiiers now
stand uu Hie llirethold ol the I'lulippine
ouuMloii, it seems probable, in the light
of this hour, that Hie United Stales will
tako over tho entire archipeligo.
Poring the four days jutt passed, those
in touch with tboonh xiisibly not In llm
con flilenee of the commissioner have
felt Iho concentration of tendencies
toward the standpoint Indicated as like
ly t j bn occupied by ilia United States
cuiiuiisnioHers nt Monday's session ol
the two conuiiirsious.
In 18U7 Spain issued, by royal decree,
b inds in the sum of $40,000,000 to which
were pledged the revenues ol the 1'bilip
pint a, and lo which the Spanish national
guarantee was added. From these $40.
000,000 of oblig atiot.s. Spain realized
$3(5,000,000 incaeh. These $10,000,000
represent the Philippine debt, which is
eoliiely outside of the $r00,000,000 of Ihe
so-called I'liilippiuea an I Spanish debt.
Should the United States absorb the
Philippines, none but officials jet know
whether they will assume a part or all
of fiis debt, or mere than the Philippine
dub'.. The American have ileclinsd to
as'ume tho Cuban debt becauso Cuba is
n it theirs; but In deposing Spaio in the
Philippine, the Americans aciiuiro the
tsrritoiy, aud it Is believed there will 1 e
Sirue finaoi hil arwnmption by the United
Ai i III point sri"1" lb 'j'Joetion ol how
much Ouaiicial tulitf uiiiiht compensate
Spain ( r her loss of the I'hilippir,ee.
Some well in-firmed ptreona believe
that Premier Sagahta It dntftauned to
bi lid of tho Philippine, and would di
rect bis commission lo sittn a treaty by
which Ihe United S-.ales ehould take
the islands and a bio in o 4J,UX),000 of
d!ii. This proposition fn.-l-i Biippoit in
th'i Parisian press, which toJay dedans
that resistance ii impossible, and tint
Sp ii.i i-houl l abandon (lie rtrcbipelig-.
Spaniards now in Paris declare that
Hi- Pnilippincs are a drag, nnd a-scrt
th it Sp;fln would ra'iMj a cry of joy to lie
re'irved of ihein if the territlio debt
pressure should be ihns lessen dd. There
are Spaniard in Paris who insitt Hut,
Should the United Slates take the Phitp-
pineH wilho-.il a ia-gi liio:j--y c- iii(li-ra-
tioii, Spaiu'dc ):nmia,-i in eti iu'd retum.
I tho ua'.i'jn, tiid.'.iug its eoldieri in
Cuba aud elsewhere sguin take up arms,
achieve lliui a glorious martyrdom lo
In these contending current the
Sjianieh commiiwi'iiers ate awaiting the
American declaration on Monday, and
they declare they cannot sign a treaty of
peace involving ihe loss of the Philip
pines to Spain. It Is appreciated by
Spaniards and American slik-i that,
should no treaty result here, hostilities
will be continued, aud both sides clearly
uudurs'and that iu suih event the
American lleet would immediately
poswsathe Pliilippiues beyoud question
and without, injney consideration to
Spain. The Cansries woulJ than be an
object of interest to the United States,
and p.wsilily other fc';i.misli possessions.
To Raise the Maine.
Washing ion, Oct. 23. Iho Acme
Wrecking Company, of San UraaciMOo,
has made a reipieat upoa (ho ny de
partment fur authority lo raise the battle-ship
Maine. K the government
wants the ship after she reaches tho
United States, the company will expect
to bo paid salvage uioi.ey through con
demnatory proceeding. No money ia
demanded from tho government by the
company. It is stated at Ihe depait-
meut unofficially lhat in case the com
pauy ia found to bo reliable, the task, no
doubt, will be given them.
Ill hns, Or., Oct. 27. The October
term of circuit court ia now in session.
James Weaver, charged with killing
William McKiunon, who has bean in
dicted by the grand jury for murder in
the first degree, was arraigned this
List of Letters
Hemaiuiug uncalled for in tho Hose-
burg poatoiice :
Bowers, Joseph Hayoiood, N. h.
Bodelwortb, Harry lUyuioud, Frauk
Griffith, Harry Smith, A. E.
Harris, Mis. White, 1.
Persona calling for those letters will
please state tho date on which they were
advertised, October 3 let. The letters
will be charged (or at tha rate of one
Wm. A. Fkaikb, P. M.
State Treasurer's Seventeeth Notice.
Statu ul Oregon, Tieamry Department.
rj.u.UM, November 1, lS'JS.
Notice ia hereby nivon that Ihoruare
funds ou hand with which to redeem all
outstanding Mate warrants endorsed by
mo "Pruauuted and not paid for want of
funds" between tlio dates of September
30, 13t7, and April 7, 1803, both dotes
iucluaivo, with the exception of warrants
druwu ou the swamp land fuud. All
such warranta. wheu properly endorsed,
will bo paid upon presentation at this
ollico, Intercut thereon ceasing from and
after the date ol this uotico.
Deputy Sheriff Dewey lake Htm In I
liso, IWant, tlio horee inn f, in kgain
behind Ihn bars. Ills eiii-a jh- whs nude
(J I (lieu It, I'. eecinft, by bin hick nf knowl
edge id "w hers he was al" and hie path
being troseed by the (dlicera m- ir Win
chester the day following hit ei-capo
from Jail. Pepn'y S'leriff Powcy
bunting for him near lhat plain arid j
In the dusk of the evening iu a man I
leavii the ri a 1 an I g into the I to-li
(ioing past, iho place out A tight, hu
left bis b'ir-e and came buck through
Ihe brunh in ipieat of dim, d Iiiunt
Says, passed within a fear yards of the
place where be hid. After lhat he changed
his direction and wandered into tl.n
Peer Creek (ouo try . It is raid lhat be
came within sight of Ho-rliirg, m-1
aked someone, "What town is that
over there?" Thursday night ho reached
Frank Waito's place near K it tils Hill
and ark ixl fcr work, whicii Mr.
Waite readily gave hi in, knowing
who lie was. Next rooming Mr.
Waite put a gun in Ins p'jikei
and went out to woik with him, mean
time plaiting Mr. Mynatt to (on to In
form ths hei iff where Brant was. On
the way in be met Peputy Sheriff Dcwey
who was going out alter a woman who-o
sanity was questioned and told him Ms
mi8-.ion, and Drant wai socn in custodr
again. When he left the jail ho told tho
other prisoners that he would dght be
fore they saw him again but did i:ot at
tempt to make any resietai.co whatever,
and had no weapons of any kind. After
he was pot in the jail SlieriO? Stephen
made him strip down, uu 1 ho did so
without any remonstrance and was as
docile as a lamb.
Drant did not prove to lie a bad man,
and the fact that he was lost and hungry
tnado him tame. The bar which he bent
aside and msde an oiiening was cut off
by Dub II in man and had nevt-r teen re
paired, or bo could not have it I'ten o :t
at all in the short lime he did.
Bob lllnman I'ardoncd.
Gov. Lord, on last Friday, commuted
the sentence r.f I'-ob Himuan, the oollaw
from this county, who is near tho peint
of death from consumption, nmi l is
mother wishes t' bring him borne.
There is no doubt as to hi- in'inn a pht
LATtn HINMAS iEAI.
Roheit Ilinman, whowa-j eut to the
peniten'iary about eighteen iii"iill s
Sjn, from Pougl is c. nnty, on iic'-.r.o
of nault with a dangerous wei-p m, f r
a terra of five yeais, i;;ili pard-ji.ed
by Governor lvd on ias' Fiiday, so
that Ida mother cov-1 1 teke hi"! hom. lo
di", he bciug in Ihe last t.t.ces of co -sumption,
p.issed awiy a' t'o Sa!-m
hospital yesterday morning, iii-i iei'. n
hiving con.e too late to en.ib!.' ii s
mother to take him hoaic. Tiie man
felt well enough !n travel, wh-m ho nes
released from the penitentiary on Fri
day, but a mil Jen relapse caused a
ponement of his depariure, fur a t-lier.
time. He never rallied, but misled aj v
in the early morning hours yesteiday.
Undertaker A. M. Clough prepared
the body and shipped it tj Myrtle
Creek ou last night's overland train,
Mrs. A. E Hinmau, mother of ihe de
ceased accoupanying the remains. The
dead man wi'l bo takeu to the ho ne of
his parent, six miles from Mirtle
Creek, and wili bei.-iterred in the fami
ly plot there.
Robert Hinmau wan convicte 1 of at
tempting to kill W. H. Iluggins on Mr.
Large!, near UiddV, where latter
was hunting I r him in order to effect
his arrest, after he bad hnke i ji.l.lu
having been arrested on a ch:rg- of lar
ceuy. Uinman lul l a pesso at bay at
Medford in broad diylight, ami had an
other shooting affray with officers at
Angel's I'amp, Oal. lie was finally lo
cated in Arizoua, where a sheriff's
poje had a sharp tight ui h l im,
wounding him severely befo e he was
captured. Tlio Douglas county sheriff
went after tho mau, brought him home
nnd he was promptly tried ami coc
victed. When brought to ti e tenilen
tiary he was still Biifferirg from t-hot
wounds in one leg, and was taken to tho
prison on a cot.
At the residence of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mr?. J. K. Too'.ey in Ibis city,
Mis Myra Tooley and Mr. Floyd
Murphy were united iu marriag at six
o'clock yesterday evening, ltev. W. A.
Wood, of the First Christian Church,
officiating. Ttie happy pair were Ihe
receivers of many beautiful und costly
gifts. Mr. Murphy is ouo of tho proprie
tors of Ihe Star Liuudry. Their many
friends extend congratulations.
There are two etfects cf
The good is got by steep
The bad by boiling it.
Baa Francl-co A Schilling & Company
For Over rifts- vcuis,
AM Ol.D AND WaLL-TamD Kkhkdy.-Mi.
Window s Soothluj Bymp ta beeu uwit for
over Ml- year liy million ot luotherii lor their
children while leuthiui;, with ierlcet aueeens.
It soothes the child, noftcus tliu num., allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and lithe best remedy
tor Plurrliira. Is plc-n-mit lo Iho Utto. Hold t-j
driigBlsts Iu every part ot the world. Twenty
HvhcmiU a iHitllu. lu value in IiicrIihiUIiU',
lie iiiroand auk for Mis. W Inslow's Bnntrtltig
Syrup, and lake no other kind.
Balm of Ulgs.
Auy ouo wishing to purchase "Balm of
Fics" can do so bv calling at No. (102
Can s'riV, this city.
Till: CRISIS IS AVERTED.
f ashoita Incident May Be Settled
f RANCH ANXIOUS TO RETIRE.
There Is a Confident l ecllng That
War Will be Averted English
View of the Situation.
Umxix, Oct. i0. The arrival ol Major
Marchand at K'tartontn, on hie way to
Cairo, with lie portion f his report
which was net finished when Captain
Itaratier left Faalioda, ia rega-ded as a
rift in the cliuda overhanging Anglo
French relations, for, In spite cf the
semi-official denial Issued iu Paiis that
orders were sent to the major to goto
Cairo, it ia fody believed here that Ibe
French officer wonld not be on his way
lo Cairo nnle's be bsd received a hint to
that effect from the French Kovernment
w hich considers that his leaving Fasboda
will take the sting cut of the situation
aud at the same time prepare France for
tho eventual withdrawal of the whole
expedition, which now consists of seven
officers and 120 men.
The British view of this latel move Is
that the Marijaie of Salisbury and bia
ministers are delighted to afford Major
Marchand the facilities for reaching
Ciro. But they would hardly care to
send him back except in the capacity of
a guest or scientific explorer. That is to
say, France will first have lo renounce
her pi ii.cipal claims based on bis mis
sion. Iu the meanwhile, in the volunteer re
turn of Msjjr Marcbaud, the French
minister of foreign affairs, 1-1 Casee, and
the government of France have got over
a great difficulty from a diplomatic amour
propre point of yiew. M. Del Casse bad
declared that the Frenchovernment
could not do the impossible, lhat is to
uy, recall Msjjr Morchan-L Therefore,
the lalter'a return has enabled the
French government to "save its face" as
the say ing goes, tt is recognized, how
ever, that even if the tri-color of France
is hauled down at Fasboda, the main
subject of dispute remains and may
cauHS anxious moments in both countries
before the Babr-El Gbazal question is
ft fled, although (here has been a con
fident feeling fir the last few days that
war will be averted.
President's Thanksgiving Proclama
tion. Wasiiinoion, Oct. 23. The prctideut
today i-s:ietl ihe following Thanksgiving
"By the President ct the United
S talis A Proclamation : The approach
ing November brings to mind the cos-
iums of our ancestors, hallowed tiv time
and rooted in our most sacred tradi
tions, of giving thauks lu Almighty God
for all thu iilestiings he has vouchsafed
to iu during the past year.
"Few years iu our hittory have afford
ed tucb cance for thankfgiving. AVe
have been blessed by abunJant harvests,
cur trade aud commerce have been won-
drr.'ullv iocreas-ed, our public credits
have been improved aud strengthened,
all sections of our country have been
tiruughl together and knitted into closer
liond ot national pnrose and unity.
The ekits have I ee.i for a tiius dark
ened by the cloud of wir, but aa we were
comi-elltd to tuke up tho sword iu tge
eauuof humanity, we ere rmilted to
ejjice that the cmtlict has been of
brief duration nud the losses we have
had to mourn, thougu previous and im-
poititit, have beeu so few, considering
the tcrcat results accomplished, as to iu
spire ns with gratitude aud praise to the
Lord of Host-i. We may laud aud mag-
uify Ilia holy name that the cessation of
Inutilities came so so.-o as to spare both
si tes the countless sorrows and disss
teis that attend protracted war.
"I do, therefore, iuvite all my fellow
citizens, tliose at borne as well as tuose
who mav be at sea or sojourning in for
eign lands, to set apart and observe
Thuraday, the 24 .It day of November, aa
a day of national thanksgiving, lo come
together iu I heir several places of wor
ship for a service of praise and thanks
lo Almighty God for all the blessings of
the year, Ihe milduess of the seasons
and the fruitfulness of the soil; for the
cciitiuued prosperity of the people; for
tUe devotion and yalor of our country
men ; for tho glory of our victory and tho
hope of a righteous peace, and to pray
that the divine guidance which has
brought U3 heretofore to safety and houoi
may be graciously continued in the
years to come. In witness whereof, etc
By the FreeiJeut : Johu Hay, Secre
tary of State."
Boxes for Manila.
The local Ittd C-oss society has
shipped to Portland in the last few days
about 700 pounds of Xmua goodies for
the eoldieis who went from this place.
There was something for every sol
kier who went from Douglas county,
and if our boys do not rejoice ou Xmas it
will be strange. From Portland tbey
are to be taken by the O. it. ok N. Co.
free uf charge and will doubtless reach
Manila iu lirat-class condition.
Ou last Saturday Mr. O. F. Godfrey,
of the Douglas Couuty Bank, received
Ihe following cablegram iron Mauila
"l'rocuie dischargee: Slocum, Sham
brook, Godfrey," 'Ihe weaning ia uot
overly clear, but it is supposed lhat
these desire Mr. Godfrey to pre cur (lis
charges for them. Mr. Godfrey will not
take auv detiuite actiou iu the matter
until after the peace oouimitKiou has
Made from pura
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baiinor powders are the greatest
nenacers to health of the present day.
nvi fmt fnttntm nt. , in www.
Register J. T. Bridges went lo
For first-class dentistry go lo Dr. Little
Geo. Lenox ol Brock way was) nn onr
V. C. London wont north on this
Albert Thompkins, of Kiddie, was in
the city Saturday.
Dr. Myra Brown was a passenger on
this morning's local.
John Hall, one of Myrtle Creek's solid
business men, is In town today.
Artbnr Mahoney came oyer from Oak
land Saturday tver iwr, remaining over
We call your attention to the new ad
vertisement of Mrs. N. Boyd, the grocer,
in this issos.
Frank Cain, the genial section fore
man and miner, of Salt creek, was In
the city Sunday.
Mrs. C. L. Clevrnger returned to
Grants Psse Fiiday, after visiting her
parents here for a few days.
Mrs. Walt. Drennio and daughter
Hazel, have returned from Portland
after a stay of a week or two.
Thnrman Cbaoey and wife caroe down
from MyrMs Creek on last eight's over
lsnd acd are doing business in town to
day. Mr. and Mrs. A. Riddie, of Kiddle,
are in the city lodar. They have beeu
visiting relatives at Winston and Dil
lard. Patrick McGee, an expert weaver
from Albany, is in Ibe city today. He
g tea to take charge of the woolpn mills
A check for $4'M mileage for George
Starmer ha' len received here by rela
tives. The truth concerning him has
not yet len learned.
Editor Srratford, who 1-jft for A'atka
this morning, gave the Plmndkaiku
force the pressure of a:i oyster supper
F. 1 Crcnemiller, of tho stat-J print
ing office in Salem, onue editor of the
Plaixdkalek. spent yesterday with Ins
family in this city.
Mis. F. Farrier lei Von the overland
this morning and will not return, Mr.
Farru-r baying beeu transferred to the
run from Ashland t ) Djnsmuir.
Mra. B-yk-ir, whj recently returned
from Dawson, and hai been visiting
with her sister, Mm. F'airier. went to
Grants Pass Saturday, lo spend the win
ter with her parent.
See Rice & Rice, House Furnishers,
for every thin in the furniture line,
largest stock and lowest prices, just re
ceived a car ImI 'i' E litem aud co.w
furniture. See ns for bargains.
'The Dewey," Vol. 1, Nj. 1, pub
lished at Grants Pass by Messrs. Galvin
A CrulchGeld, has been leceived. It Is
tw column amateur, and we wish the
young journalists all kindi of glory.
The Black Butte quicksilver mines
are running full blast and the metal has
ommenced to flow from tht ovens in
qnautitiei highly ratis'autory to the
company. Cottage Grove Messenger.
Lost, A warehouse receipt date I Sept.
24, for 55J 17-60 bu. of wheit. I will
uot be responsible for same an I any oue
pun basing It is hereby warned.
nil Hknbv Conn.
Murray & Mack have been playing to
crowded bouses in Portland for tbe past
week. See them in "Finnegan's Ball"
at the Opera House, Wednesday night.
Tbe Rosebarg orchestra will furnish
The ladies of the Rosehurg Emer
gency Corps desire to thank Mr. J. D.
Stratford for bis kiudoess hi donating
them the necessary eaib, $2.50, which
enables them to become an auxiliary to
tbe State Red Cross Association.
At a recent meeting ( f the board of
reaents of the Oregon Agricultural Col
lege it waa decided to rebuild Mechanic
al Hall. Tbe accepted plan Is tor a ma
chine building and power house separ
ated, the power to be transmitted by.
E lwiu Weaver was down faoui Myr-
lloCieck Saturday. Mr. Weaver had
about '100 000 pounds of prunes this
year and only saved about one third of
his crop. Ho iuforms ts that Gazley is
shipping from ooo to live cars from
Myrtle Creek and Rid He every day and
has only begun aa yet.
A houte and lot in Forest Grove, to
rade for Rosoburg property, Inquire (
J. A Buchanan.
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