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ROSKIJURG, OREGON, THUKStJAY, MARCH 30, 1899.
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aud T;M H. in, I HeMielh Sohonl, 10 a. M l I
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alma n( the morning rvlui Ipworlk League
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day evening. Icrlnl M-rtlcc aniiuuuced liom
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RA D. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
Tailor w"!aou Blk. R0HKBUIU1. ORKdON.
P W. BENSON,
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Attorney at Law,
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Northern I'atUlc Railroad Company,
Ar Bolliug tickets to all points Eabt at
liall tbe regulur raios.
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Ivocul Agent No. U, Marti tors building,
YRA BROWN, M. D.
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tduuuool Mr. J. lilixer.
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we have a line liueof NEW
A DECISIVE BATTLE
final Stand will be Taken at
TROOPS IN tXCLLUM CONDITION
Intcna. Heat Prevails, Causing Much
Suffering by Amerkans.
Waniiimutom, March 27. TU follow
ing dispatch from Jtierl Otis readied
Washington at 8:55 this rnuraiug:
Manila, Maruli 27. MscArthur's brl
gaue iioius Maruao. iboro was severs
fighting today and our casualties nam
ber about 40.
The insurgents have destroyed the
bridges, which iuiimded His tirugrexs o
oar train and artillery.
Our troops met the cjuceiitraleJ in
surgent forces on the n-irllieni liou cum'
maudod by Aguinaiiio in ertioo, nod
drove them back with conalderable
laughter. Ths) left nearly 100 dead on
the Sold, and many prisoners ami small
arms wore captorod.
The column will" preta ou in the
Manila, March L'7. 'i.'i't p. m. Uen.
Mac.Vrlhur's dirislon epent nia'ht and
morniugat Meyoauaai), the next sta
tion beyond I'ol ). After reconnnittring
bis trout, he pushed alim; tl.o railroad
this afternoon toward Maloloa.
If the statement of the prisoners
captured today is true, tue main body of
tbe euemy has retrua.cJ to Mal-ilos.
There are no mors trenches lo encount
er, alth;ugh oyer o) villa'c-a, iuc uding
the larger settleruentt uf UiLn-aoaud
At every railroad s'iiliia circulars
have beeu jiosted sign 1 hr tliu Filipino
commadder-iu-chief, Antonio Latin, or
dering all spies aud beiirers of neB to
to the enemy tile (lut ni'htut trial,
sod iustr'ictiug that ail looters and rav
iahers b treated iii the eauie manner.
Farther, all towns abandoned by the
Filipino troops must liret ba burued.
While deploring I ho existence of w ar,
the circular maiuUins Ilia uudeuiable
right of the Filipinos to du'en 1 their
homos, li.ves and lanJd atciue. "woulJ
be doraiuators, who wouM kill them,
their wives and children," adding that
this motive ought to impel all Filipiuos
to sacrilice everything.
The shelling of Faraoque w as not pre
meditated. The turret ship Mouadoock
anchored off the town, and tbe insur
gent, emboldened by the long silenco of
the warship on guard duty, opened tire
on her with muskets, with the result
that one man waj killed and three
wounded. The Monadnock theu de
stroyed half t he town, including the
Tne Washington regiment had au ex
citing experience today, and displayed
much gallantry. Tho soldiers found a
band of insurgents concealed in a stone
house over which the French tltg was
Hying. A private approached to set fire
to the building. lie did so, and the
troops approached whilo it was burniog,
and tho Filipinos had apparently tied,
b'lt they were greeted with a sui'den
volley from the balcony of the house, re
sulting in the building bciug cleared of
the euemy in short order.
The American forces advauced from
Meyoauayau, tho brigade commanded
by General Otis being ou the left of the
railroad and Ueueral Hale's ou (he right.
Tbey eventually discerned white roofs
and steeples unioug the green trees be
yond the river, lookiug not uulike a
Massachusetts village. The rebels had
the unfordable river in front of them
au J injured in 11 ro so effectively that it
showed they were veterans, probably
members of Ihs ua'.ive militia, w hich
the Spaniards organized.
The American artillery put a dramatic
end to the battle. Approaching under
cover of tho bushes to about 0) yarJs
(torn the trenches, the artillery emerged
upou an open space commanding the
town. When the Americana appeared
they gave a great yell, aud the Filipinos
were pauio stricken, about 10 i seeking
safety in llight, while a white dag was
raised by those who were entrenched,
who also shouted "Atuegos" (friends).
Colonel Funstou, with -'0 men of the
Kansas regiment, swam across the river
to the left of the railroad bridge and
cadtured SO prisoners, lty this time I he
right of tho Filipiuos was demoralized.
4 p. m. A thousand Filipiuos, com
posing the rear guard of the rebel army,
which is rotreatiug ou Malolo, Aguinal-
do's hcadijuai tei-i, made a stand today
la soue strong entreuchmeuts about
MariUo, across the Marilao river. In
tue engAgemuut, iu Amorx-ana were
killed, including thro i odiuars, and 40
7 ;10 p. m. Tho Americans refraiuod
from burning the town, and are resting
there tonight. Otis' brigade is crossing
the framework of the bridge, Hale's bri
gade remaining ou the south bauk of the
The United States l'hilippiues com
mission proposes to iisua a proclamation
Immediately aftci the rebel government
tt Maloloa is dispersed, believing the
ntoat fffnotivu inomont 1a siv.uro Ihonl-
loglauce of the natives will be after they
have received an object lesson of Ameri
ANOTHER CASUALTY LIST.
Two Oregon Boys Reported Killed
and Ten Wounded.
WauiisuTox, March 27. General Otis
has notified Adjutant-General Corbin of
the following additional casualties which
occurred March 23, 21, 25 sod 20:
Third artillety UwuUnaut M. if.
Krayenbnhl, captian and commiasary,
United States volunteers,
Twentieth Kansas Sergeant Morris.
J. Cohen, l'rioat If, FaircbiM.
Twenty - second infantry Sergeant
Cbas. F. Crooks.
becond Oregon Company L, Jl'iivet
L. V. rjtrawderinau and Hayes D. Ty
lweotieth Kaniaa Trivate John G,
Muhr, fatal ; Artificer James E. Hester,
neck ; fcamael F. B. Barton.
Twentieth infantry Ira Wright.
Twenty second infan'.rj Private,
Heoiy, J. S. Milan and William Grsrere
Firt Sergeant Patrick, Ole Walme, Ar
tificer Willian: Hagebaum, .I'rivale John
Miller, Musician Kpnregoff and Private
William J. Dnnlap.
Firet Montana Major F. J. Adams,
surgeou, thigh slight; company b, Pri
vate Edward Morrisaey, arm, slight.
Third artillery Priy ates Robert Nor
leld, Patrick O Srien an 1 Mason Calla
way. Kirtt South Dakota Private George
Ueosoo, Private liyron Hastings, Ser
geant Hiram A. Pratt, Private Fred
Artificer Arno Hughes, Private Myers,
Private Allison and Private Fred Loren-
Thirteenth Miuueeuta Piivates Jack
Hamilton, Itobert Geib.
Second Oregon Private Leo U.Grace,
neck, moderate; company 1), Private
Daniel Bjwuiao, hand, severe; company
F, Private Uichard Spiickdale, leg, mod
erate; company G, Piivate Charles .
Cocard, sprsioed ankle; company M,
Corporal Frank E. Edwards, thigh, se
vere; company G, Private William D.
Collins, shoulder, severe; Musician El-
mor E. Barnes, elbow, alight; coospany
II, Private Ralph Nodgens, ellow, mod
erate; company I, William K. StofJer,
chest, severe; company K, Sergeant
Charles T. Wallace, neck, slight.
First Idaho Claude Hill.
First Nebraska First Lieutenant. Jos
eph C. (i torch, Privates Weldon K. Rob
ins, Fred Wagen, Harry Fetcbie and
Walker S. Medley ; company I, Private
William J. Fink, thigh, severe; com
pany M, Private Mate Summers, seek,
First North Dakota Private.Uarry W.
Wounded not heretofore repotted :
Sixth artillery Private Broderick J.
First Washington Compauy G, Pri
vate Kobe it E. Moiin, hand, slight.
SATISFACTION AT WASHINGTON.
Belief Expressed That the Rebels
Will Soon Have Had Enough.
Washington, March 27. Satisfaction
is expressed at the war department
about the situitiou in the Philippines.
It is said that tbe dispatches from Gen
eral Otis and press dispatches show that
the column is pressing steadily forward,
and that tbe trooie are vigorously in ear
nest and in good condition. The beliel
is expressed that tbe insurgents will
soon et tired of being constantly fought,
defeated and driven back with loss.
Great confidence is expressed in the
ability of General Otis to finish tbe wsr,
because of his determination to "give to
the forces of Aguinald no rest.
Major Simimou, chief of tb. military
information bureau, was again busy to
day assembling the latest information
from the icene of battle aod so airang
ing it ou the military map as to show
the progress of the engsgement. It die
closed a complete 'change ol movement
since Saturday. Now there is a general
forward movement of the entire Ameri
can forcea under General MacArthur.
The change of operations were due to
the escape of the insurgent forces from
Malabon, where the original purpose
was to take tbeni "in reVeree."
MacArthur has under bis commend
tbe brigades of Wheaton, Hale aod
Otis. They are sweeping straight for
ward along the railway toward Malolos
It is simply a slow and dogged retreat of
the insurgents to Malolos, and a steady
advance of the wall of American troops
toward the retreating iusurgente.
Iu two days the insurgent base,
which was at Malabon, about five miles
north of Manila, has fallen back to
Malolos. about 20 miles uorth of Manila
About the same time flie Americans
have moved forward from Calocan, about
tour, miles uutil General Otis reports to
day that MacArthur holds Marilao, 12
' miles north of Manila. Thus the insur
' ..a.il.l nlr.)Af itAvurl utmllf 11 ttillaa Ami
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the American advance covers about
The army is now proceeding along the
lino of railroad, w hich is presumed to
be a level stretch all the wav between
the two opposing forces. There are no
lops than 10 small Htroanu rroislng the
railroad between I he two forces. The;e
are the streams to which Otis refers in
reporting that the Insargente have de
stroyed the bridges, which imxdes the
progress of our supply trsins and artillery.
DEATHS AT MANILA.
Another List Received at Washington
From General Otis.
WasiuxuToy, March 27. In a cable
gram dated today General Otis an
nounces that the following deaths Lave
occurred sine. Lis last report
March 17 William 8. Tracy, First
Idaho, drowned, accidental; Joseph L.
Walker, private First Tennessee, vario
loid. March l-Hogli P. McClellao, pri
vate, Fourteenth infaotry; Bernard J.
Smith, musician, First Colorado.
March 19 William J. Harney, pri
vate, Fourth inlantry.
March 20 William Wallace, private,
First Tennessee; Edward It. Pynchon,
private, First Colorado ; Benj imin Hub
bard, private, Fooiteentb infaotry;
Heorv Leimbacker, private, company G,
First Washington, drowned, accidental.
March 22 Milton S. Melee, private,
company V, Urst Washington, irom
wound received in action.
March 23 Horace McCardia, private,
First South Dakota.
March 21 William H. Bush, private,
Positions of tbe Various Vessels and
What They Are Doing.
Wabhinotos, Marcu 27. Admiral
Dewey cabled tbe uary department the
situation and positions of the American
vessel of bis fleet aa follows :
Manila, March 27. The Olympia,
Oregon, Monadnock, Monterey, Callao,
Manila and Helena ocenpy strategic po
sitions in Manila bay. Tbe Bo ton,
Charleston, Concord aod Petrel are cruis
ing off Luzon. I have sent the Benning
ton to Hong Kong to dock. The Prince
ton is at Singapore, repairing her pro
peller. Tbe Nashua has gone to Guam.
Tbe Irie will sail shortly for Ilo Ilo with
coal. I will dispatch the Solace aa soon
Yesterday's and Today's Losses.
Wasuixcstox. March 27. Advices re
ceived here by the'war department show-
that t'ie number of casualties in yester
day's and today's, fighting was as ;fol
lows: Killed Three officers and 25 '.enlisted
Wounded Nine officers and 203 on-
Hundreds of eves have faithfully
scanned each dispatch from Manila since
the last battle began, No names of the
killed or wounded reached Portland un
til this morning, but tbe list brought
sorrow to many hearts when tt came.
It said: "Four dead and US wounded
The names of tne dead, aa givenlin the
early dispatunee, are U. B. Adams, com
pany B, William W. Cook, company D;
Charles Herbert and Guy Millard, com
The latter was a Portland boy. ue
was the son of Mrs. lames Hietop, who
lives at 394 Seventh street, and was in
the ididIov of tbe Corbitt & Macleay
Coinuanv before enlistiog. His step
father, James Hialop, travels lor the
same company, and is well known in
Private Guy Millard was 2a years old
when he eulisted, was unmarried, and a
yery popular young man with his friends
and his employers.
Herman P. Adams, of compauy B,
was a resident of Koeeburg. He was one
of the recruits.
(tWtiucif ci Jlh Vn'J(')
L. KOHLHAO.EN, Proprietor,
Fresh and Salted Meats,
CKSON ST ROSKBURO OK.
Notice U hereby given tbiitliluOiuderslgucd
u aa on thu 10th day ol Kebi uarv, Imiu, duly
niiHluted ailniiiilstrtilor of Hie eatateoi C. V.
UeuiKUiln. ili:ceaed, All Dorsum havlnu
elolui. unaliibt unl entato ara hereby rciilrt'd
at u roeiit the aanie pioperly verllied, to lliv
mid adiuiuUtiator ar the i'lnludeulcr olllcu iu
KoseburK, DoukIuh County, Uickoii, wiililu aix
Utoiilli iroiu iiib utile uereoi.
Paled Itil .lull day ol February, A. I. lviO,
W. K. IIKN.IA.M1N.
A l in i ikiKl rulOi'.
" Only the First Step
The first step in Spring
should be to cleanse Nature's
house from Winter's Accumu
lations. Hood's Sarsaparilla
does this work easily. It Is
America's Greatest Spring
Medicine. - It purifies the blood,
as millons of people say.
It makes the weak strong, as nervous
men and women gladly testify. It
cures all blood diseases, as thousands
of cured voluntarily write. It is Just the
medicine for you, as you will gladly say
after you have given it a fair trial.
Bad BlOOd-" Although pant 70 year of
age I m thoroughly well. It was three
bottles of flood's Earsapartlla that mads
me so after crxTidlntt over $60 In medical
attendance. .My trouble was a raw sore on
my ankle." Max. Lochia Ma no, Court
Street, Lowell, Maes.
RurmirtT Sore-" After worrying four
months I gave tor children Hood's Harsa
partlla and It cured them of running (ore.
Hood's Pills cured me of dyinpnia and
constipation." Mas. Katr K. Thoma. SI
Governor St., Annapoiis, Md.
Consumptive COUgtl Five year
ago 1 bad consumptive conxb wblcb re
duced me to a skeleton. Wn adviaed to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla which I did and
recovered normal health. I bave been well
ever since." Matilda Bsidgewatkr, Cor.
Pearl and Chestnut 8ts., Jeffersonvllle, Ind.
r ia l '""'
Hnorf'. Kill enr llwr III., tha non Irrltmtln if
onlr c'hrttc ltek. with Hood'. fUr.pariNV
Is the name of the only perfect train
n the world, now running every night
between St. Paul nnd Chicago, via the
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway
the pioneer road of the west in adopt
ing all improved facilities for tho safely
and enjoyment of passengers. An illus
trated pamphlet, showing views of beau
tiful scenery along the route of tbe Pio
neer Limited, will be sent free to any
person upon receipt of two-cent postage
stamp. Address Geo. If. Ilea fiord. Gen
eral Passenger Agent, Cnicago, III.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacilic Co.
Ixpraaa train ut Tortlaad daily.
6 00 r. M. Lr. - Portland - Ar.
3 00 r. . I I.v. - Rnactrarg Lt.
8:15 A. M. j Ar. - Han Francisco Lv.
U:b6 r. U.
8:00 r. ).
Above train stop at all principal utatiom
bctwevn Fortlnml aud Salem, Turner, Marlon,
Jeffenon, Albany. Tangent, Bhvdda, Ualaey,
Haxritburx, Junction City, Eugene, Cotlaaa
Grove, Drain, Oakland, and all ataUou from
Roacburg to AUlaud inclusive.
Itaaeburf mall Daily-
8:30a. II .
6.20 r. tf .
7 .10 A. M.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
SECOND-CLANS SLi:r,IMi CAMS
Attached to all Through Train
West Side Division.
Hctwccm rorilaiid ana Coryallla
Mall train dally (except Sunday).
1 .30 a. K. I I.v. Portland Ar. I 5:60 t.M
II f A. M. Ar. Cnrvallla I.v. lrJUr.a
At Albany and C'orvalli connect with train
ol Oregon Central A t'aatern railroad.
Rxpreaa train daily (except Sunday).
1:M t. If .
8'50 P. M.
Lv. Portland Ar.
Ar. McMinviila Lv.
I,r. Independence I.v.
:a A. a.
6.; J A. .
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Direct connection at ban Francisco with Oc
cidental and Oriental aud Pacillc Mail .team
hi lines for JAPAN AND CUIXA. Sailing
dates ou application.
R. KOKULER, C. II. MARKHAM,
Manager. O. y. x Paaa. Agent.
Rates and tickets lo K. stern point and Eu
rope. Also JAPAN, l lil.VA, HONOLULU and
AUSTRALIA. Can be obtained Iroui I.. B.
MOOiil, Ticket Agent, or V. C. L ON DON, Rosa
We are always in the Lead, and mean to
Tbe Golden Harvest is upou us, and farm.
ers are amillug because Woodward
looas to their iuterest.
Tbeae are all Leather and Warranted,
At Reduced Price.
Consult your purse and be ure aud see
Woodward before buying.
W. (1, WOOD W A RD