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j WTE MEADS, LETTER
Ci HtAVr. BILL rfPAD
4 ENVELOPE. tTC.
Licxuud m abort writer, at price
ceaaUtcat with iml mork.
No better field thaa Southern Ore
gon; nn better medium through which
The Plaindealer ... I
I ilipino rniy Nearly Plunged ln
io Civil War.
Tilt RtBtLS nt lOSStS
CieneraJ Luna Seriously
Two .lore Town
M vml., May S. The army gunboats
I-af una de Lav an J Cavaicnga returned
today from an expedition tip the San
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. ..nuuvj i ci r, Hiieic n was learned
mat j-.ist iKifon? tae battle oi San Tomas
tbe tnsarjeiits were almost plunged into
Genera! Luna, when au enjaeuieot
ib tb-5 Americans was inevitable, sent
back to Eacoler to demand of General
-Mascardo reinforcement. Maecardo
said he won'd take ord;.-3 c:;ly from
Agninalio. L-ma, wi;h a solitary regi
ment, made a forced march to Lacoh r.
MasearJ. ordered his command to forji
in line of battle. Outside cf the oppos
ing forces tha insargetit catnp was all
Aguinaldo was terrified ty the eitua
ti jn and ordered his chief of staff, Ccl
onel ArgyeHif, to make peace at all haz
ards, iii'eo.d.ers wera waiting criers to
Tomas followed, and Lnna received
wounds ia the shoulder and groin that
will surely disable him for the rest of
the campaign, and may cause his death.
Gaana was bombarded and carried by
assault. The insurgents fired tha toa"n
and ab sndoced a Email gunboat of their
It waa from the civil governor of the
district, Josa Eufante, who stayed to wel
come the American?, that the news
aoont Luna was received. He eaid that
oOOO to SOGO natives Lad been killed
eiace the beginning of hostilities, and
oOO insurgents retreated from tiaagaa
toward Bacolor when they heard the
cannonading by the gunboats aa they
approached up the river. In the grave
yard at Guapna are 400 newly made
The insurgent forces have been diyiJ
ed, one body, under command of Gener
al Mascardo, going tj the west of San
Fernando, aad the other, commanded
by General Antonio Luna, moving
north. Both these leadera claim su
preme command of the Filipino army.
General Luna will fall back to Terlac,
and from that place move toward San
General ilacArthur will make .San
Fernando his base of operations, sending
cut detachment of trooj ss they may
Rebels Daring Trick.
Mamla, May S, 7:40 p. m. The Fili
pinos surprised the United States forces
at San Fernando with a daring trkk'yes
terday. A railway train, with an engine
at each end, was run almost to the
American outposts, and in plain sight of
the town. Defore they could be reached
a gang of natives eprang off the train and
tore up several length of railway track,
boarded the train again and steamed
away, so quickly that there was no op
portunity to capture the raiders.
While Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cords, of
Grants Fas?, were in San Francisco,
burglars entered their house and carried
away wearing apparel aud jewelry val
ued at $000. The robbery was cot no
ticed by tb8 man who looked after the
bouse, so that the robbers had several
day's start. There is no clue.
" Only the First Step
is Difficult. "
The first step in Spring
should be to cleanse Nature's
house from Winter's accumu
lations. Hood's SarsaparilU
does this ivork 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 tbe
medicine for you, as you will gladly say
after you have given it a fair trial.
Bad BlOOd-" Although past 70 years of
age I jun thoroughly well. It was three
bottles ol Hood's Sarsaparilla that made
me so after spending over $60 In medical
attendance. My trouble was a raw sore on
my ankle." Mas. Louisa Mabok. Court
Street, Lowell, Mass.
Running Sores-" After worrying tour
months I save uiy children Hood's Sarsa
parilla and it cured them .f running sores.
Hood's Pills cured me of dvgprpgia and
constipation." Mes. Katk t. Thojias. SI
Governor St., Annatiolis, Md.
Consumptive Cough - -1 h e years
ago I had a confcumpiive nugh which re
duced me to a skeleton. Was advised to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla which I did nnd
recovered normal Lealth. I have been well
ever since." Matilda J!bidewateb, Cor.
Pearl and Chestnut Fts., Jcflersonville, lud.
JU'A filli eurellw Hl, tli con Irritating and
uiily emtlitrtle to tk itli H.od't iSarinpani"iT
.ir Sllnt la -I !A:!I,o:r..d.thatI,weyi.-,Jj
bd Luna and Ma.cardo not to plunge ! oe Vl i. t Ni.'- Yoxk, May A diepatch to the j l-1J " ' ' "' -. '. i u V.r,f, nd !
the Filipino f,rce. into e:U suife It eoch ! , I . ! U I"""1 U " V"
a time. f r. - . V .nlrew Larneic u.ked to five L.i u-- i '' - "-4-'1' "' s-'e-i-.i -mus i r. .:!!.., f-i
Hie entreati-s Drevail- ,. ! i vaet iUe. esta iu lbe!n,: t c b u.e , as
turedtothefrntVith rcUncn ULteZ wiT J, S ! vl n- - ' ic f. J
and Maseard, was curt-marti.led lor J Su Spain follu- " -th to Wment to M iutervie with;
Hissouri Legislature Passes Two cry
lit ' Missouri house of rcpieseiitatives
ha jtnt paw, d m-A tent to the t.ovtrnor
for his filature two bills intended to
Clve the :i fn-iiuv (rM.,-.,l ..!.... i....
' vuvt.l nitUUCk 1 -1 1 1 111 -
ited power in the prosecution of trutis.
One permit-? the official to require oUiceis
of corporations hoiu he may believe
have formed e trust. Hud agd;ust which
companies ho lute deir-j to proceed, to
appear to ive tes'buoav iu repaid to the
matter. The peoal'y for failure to ap
pear is imprisonment for contempt.
This liil ij intended to make the officers
furnish testimony t j convict themselves
in advance of proved ngt against tbem.
The other bill enables the supreme
court t j fix a pijcj ia the etate where
j o:Scer9 ci i ineorporsti in?, againt-t whom
ti.e anorcey yeuc.i is r .cseJmg 1 :i
v:o'.aiion of tha anti-trust law, can ap
pear and tet"f -.
This bill a ii.t. ndeJ to prevent the
necessity for the a tjrne.- genera! lo gj
ail over the United States to taku te.i
nionv as is done iu tbe recent pr.it
against ti e insurance coalman:,-?.
Negros Islanders are Satisfied.
A dispatch t the New York Journal.1
an I Advertiser from Ilarj; Kon; gat
-i. lklu:', uroiuer ot toe icy.il j :e
dent of the island of Negro?, has arrived 1
lu-re bearing a letter of introduction from
General One. His inkeioa is t i t ur-
! iuuk o;ilcu wr iraue amon liio H
Aguiaelda was henest as ltcg as Leiin
was under tae influence of Dewey and
Wildaian, but ha listened to the state
ments of the Hong K-sg jjnti, who are
-egro3 wants Lotiiicg to da
Aga-nalos proposed ace enference.
We are as loyal as New York, nd cur
eoldieis now march under iLe
Oold Near Skagw aj .
An impurtaat gjM e'rike eiJ t j
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ouiiu ciauiey aaa a party ol live ti -
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piorea lue creek lor nine mtles an 1 thev i
"""" vj.h coiors ia me
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6-c4 l icri uuui wie euriace.
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Ihey eukedtvtrrv cIakd, d i liviJi
twenty acres among the Oa their
return he new spread eEd a perfect
sumpede ensued, tlver 2CW crowed over
recently and as many more went over
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Tbe hmt accident ot tha White l'ass
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i ukon rauwuy occurred las, week,
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A passenger car was derailed end tinned
over, bat was chewed by a lari:? boulder
and saved from going d3wn a precipice
I m t -a
oii.ojuieei. aen piesangera were
the car. but none sustained Eerious
east of the mountains
is nearly a mouth later than usual.
Frank L. Dowell has teen appointed
pjstmaKter tt Sitkam, vice M. S. Strew,
l.V. Neer.a Portland architect, is
urawmgme plans lor ua Grande s new
f-0,000 school house
Ihe wires to be used on the Oregon
telephone line between The Dulles and
PrineTille will be of aluminum instead
Cyrus Dolpb, of Portland, Or., sun of
the late United States Senator Dolpb, of
Oregon, has beeu recommended by the
examining board at the I'retiJio for a
eecoud lieutenantcy in the regular army.
L.tr. E. Wist, of Tillamook, thinks
that Doty, iCadir and Heikniann, the
timber cruiser, who died iu Clatsop
county, must have eaten wild camas, a
bulb resembling tbe ouion, withalittis
berry growing on it which the birds will
not eat. Ke says thero is a lot of it
growing, and it is easily mistaken for
Jo fctev?, while digging clams and
ro-k oysters at the clam bed south of
Eocky point, near Pott Orford, discov
ered a devil lish hanging to a rock in a
bole of water, right on the clam bed.
lie succeeded in killing the monster
with a pick, and it turned out t be
one of tbe laruesl of its kind yet dis
covered along tbe North Pacific coast,
having a spread of about IS feel.
Arguments and petitions for the com
mutation of the sentence of Claude
Lranton, sentenced to tie hanged in Eu
gene, were made and presented to Gov
ernor Geer Monday, Judge Hale, Pran
Um'a attorney, makin? the argument.
The main reason fur clemency was that
Lranton 's accomplice, Court land Green,
is now in jail, and capital punishment
in Branton'a case would be unjust.
Bran too was couyicted of the murder of
John Linn in the mountains in Lane
county last June. Ilia execution is pet
for tomorrow, May 12.
The Brenlon caso is furnishing the
pulpit a theme for instructive discourses,
liev. Rose of Eugene started the ball
rolling by denouncing capital punish
ment as murder. Iter. Kellems of Junc
tion City, a fellow pastor of ltsv.
Hose in the Christian church., takes
the opposite view and fortifies him
self with Scripture. This is his con
clusion: '"Brethren, after carefully
comparing tho criminal code of the State
of Oregon with the teachings ol the
Pible on this subject, 1 am convinced
that the laws of Oregon with reference lo
murderers are in harmony with the
w ill of God, and are therefore ordained
Iho Companies of the Orerjons in
RLS0NS OIVtN BV CARMGIL
l-or Selling Out. Never So Prosper- i
ous, but Determined Not to Scl- j
Hshly Struggle for .Merc .Money.
l-ut tin aduiiral :! hare t- py the
paun!: of iireatu'Si, tvea before reach
Manju, May 'J. 0:3o 1'. M. A lec-: u uive l comes via the
oniioiterins party fro-n La vton'i com-i '' T.-e mr he a earnestly
oianJ, conaiating of two comrames c ; oek$ will b-a b votn-hj-tleJ him. la
thd Mtnsesjta reiuirtit ki.d :o com-1 1 e?p- : m i umnan ntture n mcon
piniesofthe o.-cin rcie:.t, under I eiJl It i:evr tires of l.era-.iriuip,
cwuiuaud of Major rslef. of the Miu-: l'J'ever much its id.il may . ave'Si to
necota re;imtn', advat.ced je'.er lay to ,JG ,'':1l:i'-'n' of i-ist-leei; bomie
a point near San Mig:iel, 12 miles north j C':: ! ' ' r it!i ot th .rne,
ot -al:nai;. the .lmtncai.8 wera mt-t
vi.h a volley frrn a for.e of rebels 1 e-
hind a tiencu. -Major Dlgglrs waa
our.ded iu the head, aud a i rivate, to-
1,-ethir with ten tyrhcij patiei;t3 were
i brought by special train tj Manila to -
The Doc.IocC, the l.ttt of the miiiiuj;
bteataens under th Awericau da wbkh
were detained by ttio inaareuta siacc
j the U gin n in;; vt the w tr, was found by
gunboat jlanila at llatangss,
thts interview Mr. Car&eie was
as'sed it hd htJ sold from fear or dishie :
oi the tru;U, and a- .pioUd ae rei '.v-
! 'The trusts have never f,i,h:eued
llirf I'lir.M .ra.l IVrr..,. I,,. . ,
i occasion to be afraid of them, aa :t is the
I createst urorertr cf its Vin t th n.-!i
j haa tVtr etK of ,,robmt..v tver ,
j 1 did not sell out bccaJre ' i;5.Le;; S!
I not prospffroae: it never was so pri-fpir-j
ous, nor were its prospects ever s-j co.-J.
' I sold iu pureaatice of a jx-licy Jo'.er-i
I mined tipn 1 j- ago not to epeud ui
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I Ixrheve iu developing
' a d:k'ni-
and uni-cibrh luV after 00."'
Mr. Carnegie' atlen:Lu wa cai.ed to
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, ffifarri.il In l.iai lam na .lA-l.tittlr... "II a
i awva IW UV tlUlUUI UCllltllUU. ibAl
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I was askcJ Le (j Bi,b
I tLe tMtM U UJ aBliMl j. -, c;i
j ltai tJ;ta f , , Ur. Cirt ; ..Tj
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1 tLe detiuuiur-, scuietiinm J.-servtd, of
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a phanthropii! aa a uiau w.tu a crcat
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deal of inoi ey bjt very hit u tense. '
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j ' kUT AXNERIliS.
iThclr Failure Due to a
A ael1 h" bn faid lately in
viegju uewfpapets ajout Iran cannenes
i ":cJ 've,!lej- i! 18 33 narfinate
lac: tnat a namber of canneries which
were t;ar:ea in ttiisttats several eare
ao have never done enoaih cannir to
jare no longer in enterprise bat taese
! enrnri il,avit,i i.
enterprise, says the Caker Ci'.y Uepubli
can. They were eslaolished before con
ditions were ripe for the successful ojier
ation cf canneries iu tha localities iu
which they were started. Tte one can-
nery which pulled throng in good shape
w, Rt,r..! ..r.t.i. ... i... ...
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tal of any of them, but i. was located in
Portland where frail in large ipuantities
could b-3 obtained with greater certainty
and at lower cost than at any ether place
in the eteU. Moat of the other canner
ies were built in the boom tiaiesandl
were const! ucted on too large and costly
a scale. The canning industry is gradu
ally establishing itself in Oregon but tbe
men who are building it up in several
places are starting in a conservative
way and w ithout much Epluiye. In a
few years somebody will ligue up what
the state is doing in the way of canning
fruits and there will be a good deal of
surpiiseal the importance which the
industry will have acijuired. Itoseburg
affords a most excellent location for a
fruit and vegetable cannery.
COBL'RU SAW MILL.
Booth-Kelly Co. Leases Jit With Op
tion of Purchase.
The Booth-Kelly Lumber Co., lias
closed up the leas of the Coburg saw
mill, owned byj. C. Goodale, for the
term of twelve months, with tbe option
of purchasing the same at anv time, at
an agreed price, during tlio.life ol the
This property is a valuable one ou ac
count of its adaptability for, holding logs
safely during the winter months. It is
estimated that with a moderate ex
pense 10.000,000 feet can be stiweJ in
The Baoth-Kelly .Company takes po
session of the mill Jane 1st, and will
immediately operate the present nii'l to
its greatest capacity. In the meantime
they will purchase new motive power,
and all other machinery necessary to do
first class and rapid work. Logging con
tracts will bs let at once. The location
of meu representing so much rapital and
posiessing so tnujli enterprise, within itw
boundaries, is a treat feather in Lano
The Southern Pacific railroad bus
made a good move in prescribing stand
ard sizes of fruit boxes for shipment over
its lines. Guard.
herc-todav. ..ie.... , ..i.i.,
I vv u aa a- w V .4 CI I V w a - a'.. aaa a'V. VJr J UkJVI
DEWEY'S HOMO COMINO.
Iohlrcs Peace and Rest but Must Pay
Penalty of Greatness.
i.ineut N Yorker h.t.e etl'j
Kcii'.i i 1D,0JJ :o defmy thy c ist of a
''aiHj iit ti h.r ive.i Adiniril l'i'ey
when Uti S.t in fiat city.
Whi'e u ) hoti'jr ii toj vjre.it f'ir lie
fcto'A'a! upjj tha hero of Manila, re
tiring iiuj !i:!i icat ui'uro will acaicelr
allow hi.n to appreciate jte;,'. jitious rec
Otjtiilun v( the jjr.'.tt B.'rvioe hi has re;
dored i.is i-;.j!jtry. ( a!y rcently iu au
iuU-rvi- A- lie did that his wi-li ij to take
a u;.-- u! in hi- Verm int home when
he rctJru.- to ;!,e l':iit?d .ta'.o.
! "U,J ".rst i '. ..- pi:i:u
cpon j ,; : be uiin fr?N f
: Vuc i-n' do;r.a.a.
, Dewey Accepts. !
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i i.k, .lay S l'efv cau.rU
"aturdav lut! h
-A.jriM accept the r!'J i
' l,jk'- I?t 1 1 U l' J U m ": '
i b'a ri!or"- h" " otK' -'uu'
ber of fur.cti :! vv h.-i. p'anccl ot.J
giv -urrat n.p-:ut i.y th; arrival of j
v .:ch malj r-iord-
tje navy ce-
-uc c" it to A 1- !
P""'-"! hi f i c e 1
I''f-tj ciara..-l the Asittic
"-' today de -
1 tai. h:n ' .i l.n::ai d'j I i f:in l!irn:n
i 1 o! s' i:. 1 r.avj-yj. !, aud
I '.') t M t i.
when he 'ec'-
iir- J:;i U:
w ai!.ii tj ' K-r
ceid A ioiifa.
: r , r. ' j A Jajiral ',
la. :i-eu' t'n" oflicer ;
i c ;-i I. -pile 1 t'iete. ;
Iv j ii;.:!, : preint on I
hai i rvn t,r 'ercd to sac- i
m::ianj at i
the J!i-r if', au ! r,
ill Lii-uttitd out by .luly I. j
G,ve0'-r liumi?, of CoIoraJ , threat-
eui 1 3 ft
o a U cc
icr th vulut'eers hjai-.'oahij
j'JU', ii the irt ihtit Jo.tn'l
IlMet.t!y iho governor is
devnJaiit cf bl-oJT-r.rid.e3
j A Ujiil.au p.i"i.di o! sui'.kelesj jwdur j
! ie b.iCtf !:i.td.- fjr I C ie Sam :n I ejuu !
!al c-ir H.Micr and Sii'ore will be'
j e-jaippfd with i. Tos.jni ity U aiJ to j
j l-e superior lo that u-:ed l y the .vpan-
j lardj in the ;a'c '.
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daughter ol CjI um 1 bred Grant is
ti u-itrr a ll-jisun n j: Ic.T.in. b.ea
J t. olorel Fred Grjtt'a titttr N't Lie tuar
! r.e ! aa llaglisli r.ob'tman, wtith union
' pr ve 1 to ruhat-pv, ii w
? thought the
'.r.mt f.mtly htd .rw,
i oi i'.e not.'U-
Ti.e regular army is rapidly being filled i
up to the number ol '.-,00O as permuted
by the ad of c-ngre.s. Many of them
Lave served as volunteer and become
eaamared of aruiy life. Mst of those
who enhst arc a:.jious for fjrciga ser
vice. The Orra volunteers will probably
start from MaDila for home within the
n t r . i. - ii, .i
""7" , l"e ,
t!jlt ,bfy hi'9 Ea"fcJ. 't welcome
and whea the bays ariivc the very air
will nrg with loud acclaim! Their com
ing home will put joy in many houn
lohls and lighten many heatte made
heavy by the ritkt of war.
Kve'v your.g man who h.is a civil war
vet -ran lor a (a'her aypr elite the
revenge which Lieutenant Callahan ol
the Twentieth Kanc.ii i looking forward
to.' Vrit ing; to bis venerable paternal
ancesier, the lieutenant nays; "I will
have grand army tales that wi:I make
you tnrn itrecti with envy. I have lots
to tell you, aud you will have to listen to
my tales of war as 1 have listened to
yours in years gone by."
A law clas of 4S women ha-) Wen
graduated from the New Yotk univers
ity. It is now nine )enrs tince this
course was introduced, yet the public is
jost beginning to understand and apprec
iate its purpose. Its aim ia not to make
lawyers out of women, but to give them
a practical knowledge oi the laws which
concern them, especially iu the direction
of the management of property.
There is much comment iu Koine on
au alleged cure for consumption, discov
ered by Professor Vincent Cirvelle, ol
Palermo university. He feeds consump
tives ou prepared air, which lus per
meating it a medicated soothing vapor.
In the middle cf last January it was
given to 20 consuuiptivep. Now 10 are
entirely cured, nine luiDit well, five
much improved, and two dead. He is
receiving much popular support from
Commissioner Hermann, of the gener
al land office, has decided thai supciiu.
lendants and supervisors, as well ns oth
er ollioprs of tbe government employed
in connection with the care and preser
vation of forest reserves, may co-operate
with the en tu o wardens of the several
states and territories in which reserva
tions aro located, to aid in the enforce
ment of tho state or territorial laws that
relate to the protection of fish and name
within the several reserves. As each of
tho reserves has a largo number of fores
try officers about at all times of the
year, this order or decision will serve lo
greatly inereaso Ihe protection afforded
isamo on llicfw ir-per vat ions.
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THURSDAY, MAY u, i8q9.
New Store !
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and 5old
TAYLOK & WILSON BLOCK
Low Prices !
OUR LINE OF
omplQtc ana c
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! JIUllln UlienCIOIl
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
his is the
j C. W. PARKS
Nothing like having the rght wheel at
(ho right place and at the rgbt price
Imperial high grade bicycles are selling
from $:5 to f iO, with G. A.I. Morgan &
Wright or any other tire that a customer
might desire. We alco have several
second band bicycle, prices ranging
from 12 to $0. We are also agents foa
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
DEALERS IS ALL KINDS OK
STAPLE 1 FANCY GR0GER1ES ID PROVISIONS
FIME TEAS HMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
ALSO A Fl l.I. LINE OK
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
(JIVE ISA TRIAL. tuc !oor South ol P. O.
i'Ki:i: nv.i.ivi-Rv. itosiinutu, iRt:uu!t,
Any Job Work done at
f Reasonable Rates -
to all Mail Orders.
A full a'jj cwupletc aj-sortmciit
of all goods usually ket,t in a first
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
aud sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a ver- choice stock of
caaucd goods, including both fruits
aud vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our Hue of Olives, Ghcrkius. Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos iu Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers.
the celebrated Cleveland bicycle, and
carry a full line ol bic!o run dries,
lamps, handle bars, grip, aood rims,
tires, inner and outer ciugs, cement
oil, etc. Bicycles repaired. Notwith
standing the lit rainy season we
have already sold eleven Imperials and
have orders fo more. Respectfully ,
Undertalei1 und Embalme?.
H. C. STANTON
DRY : GOODS
Ladies' Dress ijoris, Eibbots, Trimaiiagt,
Uces, Itc. tie.
-ALHO A rat STOCK Of
UOOTS AII SHOES
Of Ux fcaat taalit j aa4 taiah.
Weod, Willow aad Claa Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
AJao oa aaa la ! quiUUn aad at prleat V
H la. toaua. Al a faux Mock af
Call at Stanton's for 44 1,. P. M"
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Paciilc Co.
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The favorite Tratucoctkccntal Route
Between tbe Northwest and all
Choice ol Two Koale
Through tbe Famooe
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Route Last
of Pueblo and IVnver.
All rasacngeri irranted a day atop-over
in the Mormon Capital or aot where re
tween Ogden and lenver. rereooally
conducted Tourist Excursions three days
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets and any luformaiioo Re
garding Rate, Routes, etc. or lor IS)
scriptive Advertising Muter, call cn
Agentelof Orecon Railway A Navlgatioa
Co., Oregon i-hort I.toe or Southern
S. K. IU.nJPER,
tieueral Pass. A Ticket Agent,
2M Wash. t. Portland Or.
Roscburj p. O. Hours.
Week days. J :30 a. ni. to S p. oi . Sun
days and bolidats. b;o0 to t:00 a, ni.
and 5;30 to 7:30 p. m.
lwseburg to MarsbtielJ leprts ev
ery day at ti a. to. ; arrives every morn
ing. Koseburg to Myrtle Point. lepart
every day at ti a. in ; arrived every
Roseburg to Millwood Ieparta eiery
day except Sundays at 7 a.m.; arrive
every day except Sundays at 4 :4o p. m.
Roseburg to reel Departs Idaily, (ex
cept Sunday) at 7 a.m.; arrives daily,
(evcept Suuday at 3 p. ni.
Ro-ieburg to Lurley Depart Tues
days and Fridays at I p. m.; arrives
Tues-lays and Fiidays at 11 :30 a. n.
City Treasurer's Notice
Police is hereby "iven to all persons
holding Roseburg city warrants iudorsed '
prior to July "15, 18;l, to present!
the same at the city treasurer's office iu j
the city hall for payment, as interest will
cease thereon alter the date cf thin!
Dated at Roseburg, Or., this 30th day j
of March, Geo. Carfy, j
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