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PT . A TWITW A 1
THE OREGON BOVS
Highly Praised by BrigadierGcn-
THEY BEiUYED LIKE HEROES
Says That the Filipinos are Good
Fighters. War May Continue
For a Long Time.
Sas Fkaxcisco, June 1. Brigadier.
Geoeral Gbarlea King arrived tonight on
the City of Puebla from the Philippines,
aud will remain in Sin Francisco anlil
he receives orders from the war depart
ment at Washington. General King
has eeen idspino treachery ard volun
teer valor eiJe by tide daring the past
rear, and the savage warfare in the jan
gles cf Luzon has left its trace upon the
weli-knoao .uthor and officer of the
Fu-rt brigade. He likes the Oregon
-Volunteers, and says that thev are made
of, the mettle that M gj down in his
tory. Whiie the Oregon bojs were not
under Lis immediate command, he raw
and heard enough to know that they be
haved Lie heroes. In General Kick's
opinion, the war io the Philippines will
drag on indefinitely. Thi tactics of the
Filipinos le.'.d him to this conclusion.
"The Oragan boys," said General
King, "were not ia my brigade, but I
krowu their good work, and every
body was proud of them. They were
under Msjor-General McArthur. mainly
Dwi lb ot Manila, where they had some
dangerous foes, and were always on the
front. For a long time the Oregon sol
diers did provost duty around Uie city of
jJanila, and it was here that they
aboaeithey were men. Tnis work has
tried the pluck and luck of many a vol
unteer, for a man is seldom out cf dang
er. I am told that the Oregon lads
" never once flinched, and that they were
ready every hour in 24 to defend tLo
flag. I have seen the boys cry a hen
ordered heme, tick or wounded. Their
only thought was to go to the firing lines
again. While they were anxious to re
turn, tney would never do eo so lcn as
their services were needed.
. !' is a mistake to think that the Fili
pinos are poor warriors, laey are scien
tific and treacherous Gghteie, and die
fighting. .Their field wciki surpass any
thing we had in the war cf the rebellion.
To a man they know the sharpshooting
art to perfection, and are dangerous fel
lows to deal with at the outposts. It is
not alcys a sign cf peace when
they raise- the white flag. Major
White, of toe South Dakota regiment,
discovered that to his eurpriee one day
when he saw a Filipino truce. Hie men
were exposed to a fierce fusillade, while
the trucebearera dropped into trenches.
"When will the war end? Well, that
is bard to eay. It looks eoaietiuiea as if
bostilitiei may continue a long time.
The Filipino is suspicions of everybody.
The Spaniard have lied to him so long,
bare trodden him do in until he thinks
every m in is bis foe. It is fatal to at
tack these men in the jangle?. We can
flank them along the rivers and in the
trenches, but id the bamboo jangles they
are at home and do their deadliest work.
"They have a way cf falling back
and then immediately advancing if
given the chance even when tbey are
severely whipped. I never saw a T.ore
stubborn and treacherous' enemy. No
regular troops could have made a better
showing than oar Western volunteers.
The men under my command were of
the First Washington, First California
and First Idaho volunteer regiments and
every man has gone through some thrill
Tillamookers says that the landslide
near Cape Hears was not caused by an
earthquake, as has been claimed, but by
subterranean channels that have under
mined the earth .
Seve'al schooners are tied up on the
Vmpqaa river by a sandbar.
" Evil Disposition?
Are Early Shown."
Just so evil in the blood
comes out in shape of scrof
ula, pimples? etc., in children
and young people. Taken in
time it can be eradicated by
using Hood's Sarsaparilla.
In older people, the aftermath
of irregular living shows it
self in bilious conditions, a
heavy head, a foul mouth,
a general bad feeling.
It is the blood, the impure blood,
friends, which is the real cause. Purify
that with Hood's Sarsaparilla and
happiness will reign in your family.
J VOOd POlSOn-" I lived in a bed "of fire
7 years owing to blood poisoning that fol
.jwed email pox. It broke out all over my
body, itching Intensely. Tried doctors and
fcorpitals in vain. I tried Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. It helped. I kept at It and was en
tirely cured. I could fo on the housetops
and shout about It." Mks. J. T. Williams,
8crofula Sores -"My baiy at two
won Ui s iiad scrofula sores on check and
arm. local applications and physicians'
medicine did little or no good. Hood's Sar
aaparilla cured him permanent iy. Jin is
now four, with (smooth fair hkin." Mrs.
6. 6. Wbotcs. t'armingtoa. JJcI.
riooS't fill cure U-t-rU : the non-tniutlnr. and
: J ratliartie tune Hli H'hk1 haramrllia.
NEW MINING MACHINE
Taylor's Invention Seemingly
An Assured Success.
Olalla, Or., Jane 3, 1SVJ
I-DiiVK Plain dealer. I enjoyed the
p'easu-e of examining the new mining
midline oi Cel. Taylor's very recently
and if it proys to be as successful in
reclaiming the gold from the teach lands
ortha black eand deposits of the state,
tormed principal.- t or near the coast,
as it has ten during experimental work
An nl 1 Ia'I: i .
..a ta luift, auj io oars carrying
iiiucn ot tuis sand io our immediate sec-
nun, i.o general use wilt eoon record a
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decided advance in our total gold output.
ror mo past fe wteks the steady
rattle of this rew machine for minim-
lias been frequently heard, and tha ma
chine in full operation could Lave been
seen by any who cared so to do. Alone
the Olalla and Coarse Gold creeks,
where the Colonel has been testing it in
a thoroughly practical manner upon the
various kinds cf go!d beariug gravels
found thereon, but principally upon old
tailings containing the greater amount
of black raad and carrying gold so tine
that even expert panning could not en
tirely nave it the present machine, not
being constructed for. or calculated to
handle heavy gravel, although much of
this character of gravel was run throagh
the machine eacc?tfully. The machine
iUelf w hile very simple in its coistruetioa
is nevertheless, a decided departure
from any heretofore used for tho pur
pose of separating heavy as well as hue,
flour aud that gold from auiiferoas grav
el or sand deposit, and after carefully
watching its euecssrfu! working upon the
heavy biack sand, ir.ely mixed with
clay as well, foand upja the Marks
ranch, we cannot see why, when said
sand was entirely free from these
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substances as would be the case in the
hi.rL- .n i i . 7
Dlack 6acd deposits near the coast or the
k.u i ...
beach sands proper, u wil not Drove to
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be all and even more than Colonel Tay-
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lor now cl.imes for tr. (Jold so fine that
it could ouiy be seen with a glas?, and
experts, anniog with utmost cate
could not retain in their pan, was saved
with ease in the new machine, with ;
which, two men working steadily, and
less labor thao is required to run an or
dinary rocker, coal J run through from
10 to 15 cubic yard of fine gravel, or
sand per working day, uging less than
150 gallons of water in the ojcration.
It may be well to state here that, thete
machines admit of beidg constructed to
meet almost any requirement in placer
mining, and of any reasonable capacity.
Once the machine is set. and the water
well which holds atoat 25 galbns is
filled, all that is necessary is ti keep the
hopper full of material, and the fly wheel
A email ball valve J ump fastened lip
en one 6;Je of the machine, enables the
operator to n?e the water over and over
again from tie well or tank into which,
after aeing over the fillies, it keeps
returning. While the machine is eo
constructed that amalgamated plates
may be need instead of the riffles if de
sired, it depends chiefly npon its pecu
liar motion, which, by the way, is de
cidedly digital, fcr its gold saving
Ordinary riilles resting on builap in
simply, though epeeiaily constructed
boxeB in which no clogging or breaking
of the riilles can occur, are used. No
quicksilver is necessary, unless it be
used at the end of each days labor,
where it coul J be profitably employed
perhaps in collecticg the minute parti
cles cf go'd. It is Ctlonel Taylor's in
tention, we believe, to take the machine
down to the coast in the near future
and make working tee's of the sand
deposits on the ground. Personally, we
feel sanguine that when that is dine ha
will be rewarded by the fall and com
plete success which he richly deserves.
I send you some of the cjarser gj'.d
ground from gravel taken from the
Marks ranch the other day, and which
the Colonel permitted me to retain. You
will, I think, be compelled to use a
glass to Ece it.
W. II. W.
Wills His Wife To His Brother.
New Yobk, June 2. Saai F. Jack
willed Lis wile to his b o'. her James C.
Jack. The laet testament of the actor
and theatrical manager, jropritlor of
several theatere, "Crecle," and other
burlesque companies, w ho died April 27,
has been filed for probate in the oSice of
the surrogate, ft contains this rcnark
able provision ;
"It is my with filet atd foremost that
my brother Jamc- aud my wife Emma
ehall become husband and wife."
Mrs. Jack, the ' Euima" ol the will,
was Miss Emma Ward, the favorite
actress in the old L:.iy Clay burlesque
company, which was playing at Nibio's
in 18'j2 when Sam T. Jack married her.
James C. Jack was asked if he would
accept the bequest of his brother, but ho
would make no statement.
The estate is valued at $75,OuO of
wlacn $00,000 is said to be in banks in
this city aud Chicago. The testator
left one-third of his property to his wife
Exma, one-third to his brother James
C. Jack and divided the reinaiuder
among other relatives.
Celebrate With Roscburg.
W. If. Jamieson, of Uosuburg spent
Monday iu this city. Uoseburg has
raised $1003 for tho Fourth of July cele
bration aud wants GrantB Pass to cele
brate with thom. Then for Grants Pass
to have held days in August. If a fair
and satisfactory arrangement could be
nialo this should be doue. Jacksonville
is going to celebrate and we wont gut
any crowd from ai.y Jackson county
town except Gold Hill. The Dewey,
REBELS NOt QUIET.
Open Up the Summer Campaign
at San fcrnando.
ORDERED TO MANILA.
Cavalry Stationed at Yellowstone
Park Receive Orders to
Manila. June 1. Tae insurgents
around San lerdnando this morning at
tacked the outposts of the Fifty-lirst
Iowa infantry, slightly wounding two
men. Colonel French took the remain
der cf the Twenty-aecond infantry to
Candaba yesterday, the insargents hav
ing appeared in force there.
General Lnwton has been given com
mand of the defenses of tha city , nd the
troops forcing lines around Manila,
which will be his division. MacArthur
commands the outlying garrisons and the
troops holding the railroad and rivers.
San FBA.i ifK.-o, Joce 2. Troop A and
F. of the Fourth cavalry, recently sta
tioned in the Yellowstone Park. I ava
lieen crdcred to sail for Manila on the
trausport Shwidau, scheduled t depart
on Jane 7. Two companies of the Four
teenth infantry and 1275 recruits will go
to the Philippines oa the Sheridan.
Io pursuance of instructions from
Washington, a board of medical officers
I has been appointed to make a careful ex
amination icto the lihriril
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auu iciruiia nova iuo i re
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8,t,' "J oi ,hoEe bo U13r ve here
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! after. The board has instructions to
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1 el'uiioa'e all such as mv he foand pby-
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sicady imperfvc in any riert.
Notes by the Wayside.
Eioese, June 2, IS..'.
Kditor Semi Weekly Plaisdealek.-
Being called on business a fe days
oetore iecoratioa-cUy, I onclulrd to
spend the national holiday ia the pic
turesque and inountaiu encircled city of
Uoeeborg, w hose quaii.t and rare beauty
is marred or.lv t y those "Gates of Hell"
the tiiloon. It wetm juJging from ap
pearance that the noble ifer. the W.
C. T. V., doe no: r.ceive as much sup
port from their brothers as. they shoul.l.
Oa the Sab.ath before the holiday,
beautiful and imrressiva memorial ser
vices were held in the M. E. church,
by l.sv. Geo. R. Arnold, pastor of the
above tiawl church. The interior of
the building was handsomely and artis
tically deeo-ated Willi oar country's em
deal and fl jers, tho tri;mt3 of many a
loving and patiiotiu heart, aoJ the dear
old soldiers, (God bless them;, carried
their dag as proadly and lovingly as tbey
did in the dim and misty past in the
And on Decoration day at the Opera
house the Memorial oration was given
by Rev. Gue of Portland, in which he
related many thrilling events, which
rot only tooched the soldiers hearts but
male every heart thrill with pride and
thanklulness that such a country was
ours. Ahl what memories surge
through the brain, rf that awful time
when America called for her sons to de
fend a great principle against a greed of
The first great sacrifice repeated as our
Great Commander gave his life that we
all might Lave life, freedom and homes
ia that far country beyond the graye.
And America's sons gave theirs in the
revolution, the rebellion and the Span
Life for a life, lives given foi the great
principle of right, but not for the greed
of gold, but for others that they might
know life, freedom and homes here in
the fullest serse o! the term.
But I've wandered from my text. In
the afternoon the members of Keno
Post, G. A. R. and many inmates from
the O. 3. Home, and the W. 11. C., and
many citizens met at the hall and
marched in a procession to the Soldiers
cemetery situated near the river, west
of the O. S. Home, where the dead weie
given the military salute and a few ap
propriate remark were made, and then
the graves were lovingly decorated ly
comrades and friends.
All returned to their respective homes
feeling that they had tried to do their
duty to those that had given their lives
for our country, and as the train bore
me swiftly towards the Golden ttate
there caxe to mind Theodore O'llara's
beautiful poem "The Bivouac of the
Dead," of which I shall only give part of
' Oa Fame3 eternal camp'.ug ground
Their silent tents are spread,
Aud glory guards with solemn sound
The bivouac of the dead."
"Rest on embalmed and sainted dead,
Dear as the blcod you gave,
No impious footsteps here ehall trca 1
1 he herbnge of your grave."
Net wreck, nor change, nor winter's
Nor times rcutortelees doom.
Shall dim one ray of holy light
That gilds your glorious tomb."
My day in your little city has given
me many pleasant memories of the kind
and courteous treatment I received at
the hands of those that I was thrown in
contact with duiing my stay of three or
A SniAsciEn In Yolu Mumr.
Says the Grants Pass iwey: Mrs.
Fred Kuight, wife cf the proprietor of
the (irants Pa6S Transfer Co., fell dead
near the Hotel Josephine Monday morn
ing. Deceased Las been a sufferer from
heart trouble for some time. The re
pains were shipped Io Eugene for inter
State and General News.
A woolaooitriug mill will bo established
.Siloui iil spend $1000 on a celebra
tion the Fourth.
Young's river pulp mills are now run
ning day an i niht forces.
Twelve thousand five hundred dollars
are now ouf.enibtd for Spokane's fruit
Eastern Oregon I.or.e are being
shipped to Msajila at o) to $75 per
Ai the last term ol the county court in
Crook county o72 c i 'old scalps were cre
uia'cJ. A. W. Wright, of Aluia, Mich , has
bought nearly 4000 acres in Tillamook
The Standard O.I Cmtpany it still in
creasing its interests in Eibtern Oregon
Over 400 coyotes have been killed iu
Morrjw cjnnty since the bouuty law
went int. fleet.
H )i). II. B. Miller reo ntly bought
325 :icre of land near Sale:n ninl is pre
parii.! t:oti'. lOOarivsof it fjr an uppl
A narrow-gauge raiirua I it fasa push
ing it way ifom N'orthtrn t'aiifornia
toward S in iiern Oregn, and is tai.l to
be aiming at New Pine crt--k.
KiJukLiaret.ci' Sunth, the Jaekon
county murderer, recently cjLfined in
the stte centtentiary, increased th-j list
of lift priw.-.tri to tliitty-oue.
Perhaps one ivasjn iiy the Cubans
decline to icive up their w.n is that they
dl not want to ha counrivl. Tne luyttery
abD'iS tSeir nu-iiter nill proSably never
be SJ'.V: d
The Oregon boys, i: is pU'.d, will
cox.e dire:t by Meauxr to Portland,
which fact is very sii'f,c'oy to the
people ol Oregon who have teen very
anxioiM ta hear en. h i ee. U ij also
reported that Pre;i lent M Kinley will
bs prejent t rve-ive tin boys hen
they cjiue. Wot a gtili.ring lliere will
be in Portland wiieu this tak'S 1 1 ic?.
T,,ere arj 15 gradutta in fi t. S. 1.
course at ill? Central Normal fci.ool of
Dram. Ti;ev are lli-s Carrie aud Es
te'.Ia ilyiand", of I.iwel!, F. D. Poid and
Mis Lslu Pod , ot Ku-eue. May and
Tali'ha Kobeiii, cf KUton, M?8-r. E.
E. Stirr ai.d .. L. Cj k. if Y'on.-alla,
and JIiwi .Mail E. !'', Ktlie
Cowan, U.'ssie C;!ii-r, IVarl rfi-, Nel
lie Muisey and Messrs. Wert M.we and
Her'nert Coawav, of Drjia.
In a recent dispatch from Hong Kong
Admiral Djwey, upon Leing irforxed
that the city of Ner Y'ork would spend
tlOO.COJ o.-i his reception and the sta'e cf
New Y'ork $75,003 more, was made to
say: "I am aaiawJ by such lavish prep
aration." Siveral PortIanden. who
could not beiieve that Admiral Djwey
would use B'lAi l in'jaxe. upon tractug
the matter up'liroiri th- telirjpii
oiiicea, found that the word u?eJ by Ad
miral Diwey was "aoiizji" and not
"amused," aud th?y now breathe easier.
D. K:cie, president of the Oregon Su
gar Company, and a party of Utah sugar-beet
eiperts, have been in La
liranJe several da;, s examining the beet
Gelds. They ey the beots are doing
well aau wie prospect is as g ood here at
in I'tah. Tae beet-growers are thinning
the beets and are emplo.virg larger
forces of laborers. The sugr company
has imported a'.out 75 liel J-!iio,r.-re.
from Utah, an t two pirties have con
tacted for the cultivatioa of the beets
At 4 o'clock Friday morniug the Fi.ion
Pacific train, No. 1, was held up one acd
one halt miles (r iu Wilcox station,
Wyo., by six marked men, evidently
professionals, who blew open the express
car and carried away all the contents.
The mail was not touched, from the fact
that four'armed mail clerks were in
charge. The sheriffs cf Albany and
Carbon counties with large o3sej cf po
lice anl United States marshals Hie aft
ertl:e bandits mho are supposed tote
memoers of the notorious "Hole in the
Wall" gang, which has terrorised the
state fir years.
Spanish .Minister Arrives.
'ev Youk, May 31. The most not
able passerogei who arrive! on toe North
German Lloyd a'eamship Kaiser Wil
heim der Grosse was the Duke de Arcos,
who comes to assume the pest of Span
ish niinis'er at Washington, which has
been vacant since the hurried dpirture
of Senor Polo y Bernabe, April "0 1S'.8,
on the eve of the war betwetn the
two countiies. The new minister was
accompanied nn the voyage by his wife,
formerly Jlisa Virginia Woodbury Low
ery of Washington, and Senor Juan Ria
no, who wi)l act as first accre'ary of the
re-eatabliihed Spauish legation.
The duke ui.iuiteeteJ the utuicsi hope
fulness in the r.snl's cf bn mission end
epoke reservedly of tho outcomn of the
war. "That is putt," he sa:d, "and
Spain looks ouly to tha future."
He was ausious tor the latent i.us of
the situation in the i'hilippines, and up
on being abked his cpiidou of the out
como of tho campaign there, he taid:
"It cau have but one result. This
country is so powerful it will soon com
pel tho iusurgeiita to snrrauder. We in
Spain are oorrj for our soIJiers who are
prisoners there, but we believe that Gen
eral U.ia ia doing all in his power to ob
tain their icleaeo and cairy out Ihc
promise if the Uriitcd .States to send
Ho, for Bos well Springs!
Commencing: May 10, 1S01, aud until
September 30, 18'.).), special ticket j to
Boswell Springs aud return to this city
will be sold us follows: 30-day tickets,
1.85. Tickets g )ius Satnnlay and re
turning tho following MomSy, f 1.40.
Special rates are also si veil from Port
land and intermediate poin f .
MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1S99.
New Store !
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
Low Prices !
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OUR LINE OF
We give prompt attention
to all Mail Orders.
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
his is the
2 C. W. PARKS
Speaking of High Grade Wheels!
While we Lavo Injperials at f35 and ?30 our $33 wheel is just as
Hum grace as oar $o0 one, the difference being Hinplyin the finish.
The above mentioned wheels are Just as high grade as anyjjw heel
in the market and NONE is superior in material or mechanism.
The oldest wheels now ia use ia the city are Imperials, These
wheels have been iu count sot nse since 18'J2.
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
SHE 1 F1Y GifiifS 1 PROVISIONS
FINE TEAS HMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
ALSO A fl'Lt. LINE OK
TOBACCO cSc CIGARS.
OIVE IS A TRIAL.
Any Job Work done at
easonable D", -
A full and. complete assorttueut
of all goods usually kept iu a first
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
aud sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
cauued goods, iucludiug both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers.
One IKuir Soulli oi 1". O.
KI)Hi:m iti, OKIUiON,
UndErtaei1 und Embalmer. 4
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H. C. STANTON
fUaJ'ut receired a an catena!.
Lades' Dresa Gocls. liibboas. Trimmih.
Laces, itc., tic.
-ALSO A FIXE STOCK 07
HOOTS aii siioj:
Of the bert quality .ad finiih.
Hood, Willow and Glasa Hare.
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
41, on ht.4 ia Urjr quastiue oi at prl;.
anit tbc timee. Alo a Urge itok of
Call at Stanton's for "I,. P. M"
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacilic Co.
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Diniuir Can Observation Car.
Pullman t ul c!i- an! tuari.t earn altachMl
to ail lra.i.
KdKknr Hail Dailr.
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LiKvt coTicrtion at Siu Fmn'.v uith
Vj-anisfilp hues f.r liana i. Jjt , Chiaa, TL
Phiihi.piuj aud Autra'.,n.
K-r thri!. ti. t. ts and ra'c rati on r ai
drra L- B. KOOKC Atut or V. C. L SDOX,
"Sctnic Line of the World"
Ti.e KavurUe Trunfajntiiieutai Kocte
between the N.rthwtft anJ ail
Choice of Tuo lluiites
Thrpuili the Faruonn
Rocky Mountain Scener-
AoJ Fcur Kcutes taut
of PueMo and Invr.
AH raBstugera cr.ir.ieJ a Joy sNu.-over
in tlio Monuon Capital cr autvlirro i
twten OJtn auJ Denver. l'eronal:y
comlutteJ Tcorie-t Excursious three day'a
a wits to
Omaha, Kaii5as Cily,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets and aay Information Re
garding Katts, Koute?, etc., or for Ie
ecriptive Advertising Matter, call on
Aentsluf Oregon Railway A Navigation
Co., Oregon iShort Line or Southern
S. K. IiOOPEK,
Geueral Pass A Ticket Aent,
U. C. MCHOL.
251 Wash. St. Poitland Or.
Roseburg p. o. Hours.
Week days, ti :S0 a. iu. to S p. m . Sun-
das and holidays. to 9:00 a.m.
an I 5:30 to :;it) p. ui.
Kosfhur to Marehtieltl IVparU ev
ery dav at 6 a. m.; arrives every morn-
l!te';nira to Myrtki Poiut. lVj'arts
evrry ti.ty at i a. in ; arrives every
Kofcburtf to Millwuu.i Departs every
day axcept Sundays at 7 a. i;i.; arrives
every day except Sundays at 1:1." p. m.
Uoseliiir to lVel IVparta JJai'y, (ex
cept Sun.laviat 7 a. iu.; arrives daily,
(evcept Siind.iy) at 3 p. in.
Kosehur to I.urley LVpirta Tues
days and Fridaya at 1 p. n;.; arrives
; Tuesdays tuid Fridays at U ::!0 a. ui.
City Treasurer's Notice
Notice is hcrt hy triven to all persons
holding RoEchu's city warrants indoreed
prior to July l', to present
the same u' thecitv tieasurcr's otlico in
the city hall for payment, us interest will
cease Ihereon alter the date of thin
Dated at Rosplmriif, Or., this 30th day
: of March, 1SM. Geo. 0.nrv,
tats or Gascon.
retary u( Siate.".".'.'
fjupt. Hui,. Instruction;
(O.W. Mo Bride
' (JoM-pb Kinies
iTfco.. H Tcntcu
0I. A. Mumit
V. I. lmta.r
- r. K Mom
-W. H. ImH
Attorney oeuerai Jj.K. N. Blaealmra
ouremeJuJge Ju! Ie. iJerioii
(K. H. Bean
axcosn Jcctuai. tountacr.
i!e... -j w. Hamilton
iToKCUtme Atruey Gt0. Ji. Brow"
v. t. isr onuK, aoaaapB.
Reiver He B,K(th
J T RulM
V. a. .UTHH iruin.
-A. W. Ket
?'. W. W iiaon
'J. rt . Cona
J. F. C.It
K K 8tepfa;M
;. W. Iuuioiek
U. B. Gillette
... Jn. Lton
(M. 1) Tbumitoa
i la. Bvroo
Vr. K. V. iITrr
ehecp Inp tor.
J. P. Hkifccr
ClTT or BokESCau.
A C BfaMr
ti l War!
f P Browu
C. W. hark.
;K W. fr-au
I A. r ieids
IK. W. Woclicj
' iti. C. 1-luciiBt
kq. Cm- pj
. y. W. Ioiluud
kl W arJ
lITT ot 5 IL IUT1I..
r vl liiu i:rt Mou-lay in at ti luoBlb at a
o ctM-k p. m.
Tie Circcil Coart far Docg!a foamy BirrU
tUrt l:a9 a ye.r f.j-U,w; Tae ad Horn
?.T t? M?r, i:-tij -ta Monday in Jcne, and the
Ul iioadar .1. r,niber j w BrnmAiaBft
Rttbare .:i.ic. . Jl. Brown, ot Koacborc
CwntTC-o-irtiiiaMthe Ul Wwlceaday afl
ite lit iloi.lay ol Jaauarr, Man-h. Mav lolt
ftwrn-jtn ,ua XoTember, J.. Liotw. of
Uttin judge; il 0. Tbomp of feoTuoov
ar.1 Jas. h ron. 0 OUI a. rommmonm.
frobmte oon a in aeataon con liauoualT Joa
D teEBURG DJVlelOS SO C.6. B. 07 U K
necutvery K-wcd aad loank txmday.
tyOMEX S RiXiEJ COK0?S NO. 10. iittti
" rlrat an.1 iird Fridaya In etca aavatk.
JJE.VOPOST. NO.,-, O. A. R.. MEXT3 TBI
V Tiurdaja oi eaca swoth.
at z .. ixt.
A LI-HA LniXJE. NO.
evtry 1 edutMUr c
Bail. VLitjn k'tiwAt.
C., K. Of P.. BfFKTU
Bail. VUitin kuuala In u..m. -
liaiiy invited u attend.
f ACKiL LODGE. A. T. it A. if., REGCLA
- meeanga the id aod tih Weditetday. ia
Afh n.in'h J
KOJESE L. PARROTT W. M.
T. JswaTr, S'eey.
TOLBl EG CHAlTtR, SO. A O. K. S.. atoTXTS
LIB3IE COSHOW. W M.
MAVioE RAsT, Sec y.
r'W:i'tS OF THE WORLD Cak Cut
N . U.. t.,vts at the Odd Frilowa- Hail
vverv lat. mn.i .Vh u...i.
Viiitins ueigbbors aiwari reJtxrtac
V. c L.!(icx. Clerk.
nil-LETARlAX LU.0G2. SO. i. L O. O. F
iaiT- at!irT I'Teclna of u-h ..
i-.e ..rder in cod :ndin are inTu
ti U' .-.tend,
X. T. JivWETT, '
D. s. Wavr.
9; ELK':- KOS-EBCRG LOWJK, SO. tX,
. -- WJ..1U, uaicaiKjos at ijh
. Ca;i on uad and foartA Thamlmw
octil. Ail taemben minuli it t- ...
j.at.y invited io :
CUAi. U IIADLXT, S. R.
IRA B. ICiDLE,
DCi.iVRi LOI.E, SO. J, A. O. C. W
na tne seeocd aud (onnh Moodaj f
rvSE..aiaaiT: p. bs. at O-id reilova aaii.
Mem hen of tie order in good nanduur ara in
ritei to intend.
I. S. t,
ypRA BROWN, M. D.
OrTI.JE, Jacksoa btntM. at rc
idente of Mrs. J. Eiuer.
QFUtkiK M. BROWN.
" Kxici T aad S
r.vi .r A ilsou Block. ROSKBCRii, Oa.
Teleplune No. 4.
ROEBl RU, OKEUOX.
JRA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
fay tor A Wiisou BiU
RO.-KBI RO, OREUOM.
P W BENSON,
Hwms 1 a:ui j
ROfEBl" Rti, OREOON
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will prictie ta ,11 ttl courU of the Stata. Of
-c m Mar-trs Soudiu,;. Dmlaa omaty. Or.
Attorney at liw,
Suvmt.k3. Martrrs BM., RSEBCRO, OR.
f S"Bumu before th U.S. Land Ofjlce and
mining ca.es a specialty.
l-Ht Receiver 13. S. Land Orfl.-s -
QK.tiio. i-:. iiouck,
Physcian & Surgeon.
t)tt';cc !': Oi'
U. Vll ANAN, Notary Public,
Collections a Specialty.
LIVE MD LET LIVE,
L't'derilic a!- vo li
Mirvi r fur i! narie
lo I mil Mil) contiuue to
ritetriiii; uiv as if tance a
an eiiK'iirei r Kftveyor. My rlmnfea will be
nMfeniaMe an t ti'.y wurk (tuaraiiteed. An als
Ai'!res r e at f.'kreta.l, Do(!;! r ,.. Or.