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I te Advertise
ROSKBURG, OREGON, ' THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1899.
PRESIDENT IS HOME
Confronted With Matters of Im
portance. CONDITIONS IN THE PHILIPPINES
bryan the Filipinos Only Hope. Late
Report t-rom General Oils.
- Washington, Jane 27. President sod
Mr. McKicley with other members of
the presidential party arrived today,
from an extended tour of Massachusetts.
Mr. McKinley stood the journey very
well and waa slightly better on arrival.
The president upon Lis return was
promptly acijaeioted with the situation
aa exhibited in Gen. Otis' statement.
Otto akk report and casualty it make
it evideat that a provisiou maet be made
at one to supply the shortage of IS per
cent in but fotcc.
Bryan Their Only Mope.
General Otis, in reply to a cable from
the war department, asking for informa
tion regarding the situation and condi
tions in the Philippines, cabled a long
reply, ia part ae follows :
MiMi.i, Jane 27. "Rainy season;
little inlaad campaigning in Luua. We
occupy larger portion of the Tagalus
country , oar lines stretching from Ioois
on tbe sooih to San Fernanda on the
north, and eastward into the Laguna
The population within the lines is be
coming dense, taking up land for coltiva
lioo extensively. The natives southeast
of Luzon a--a combing to drive out the
The only hope of the insurgent leaders
is in United States aid. Tbey proclaim
the near overthrow of the present ad
ministration, to be followed by their io
dependence and recognition by the
This is the influence which enables
them to bold out; much contention pre
vails among them and no civil govern
"Coorta are in successful operation
under the direction of able Filipinos.
Affairs in other islands are compara
tively quiet, availing results in Luzon.
The American troops have worked to
the limit of endurance. The volunteer
organizations have been called in and
replaced by regulars who now occupy
the salient positions.
The troops from Pennsylvania, Ne
braska and Utah are now taking tratls
ports and the Sixth infantry has been
sent to Xegros to relieve the California
Sickness amotig the troops has in
creased lately, due mo3tly to arduous
service and climatic influences. Regu
lar regiments lately received are inade
quately officered. Otis.''
An Unfortunate Case.
Dansmnir News: A letter was re
ceived here this week from Glendale,
Or., statin that the woman who died
.here recently, under the assumed name
of Mrs. B. 3L Lucas, was the wife of IL
F. N'iday, a prosperous mioer and highly
. respected citizen of Glendale. She left
borne with Ltcas about April 23d, tak
ing the youngest chili, a boy of three
years of age, and leaving three little
. daughters at home. Mr. Niday was away
from home at work in the minei when
the terrible news was brought to him.
He hastened borne, reaching there on
the same day the little boy was returned
to Glendale, from Dunsmuir, after the
mother's death. It is thought that the
woman must have been insane, as she
was well provided for, and bad always
lived most happily with ber husband,
who is heartbroken over the affair. She
stood high in the esteem of the people of
Glendale, who were- horrified to learn
that she bad left borne with an entire
stranger who was penniless and a drunk
ard.. Lucas left Dunsmuir owing bis
landlady a two week's board bill.
Excursion to California.
For annual meeting of National LMo
cational Association, the Southern Pacif
ic Corxfany (Shasta Ronte) will make
$35.00 round trip rate to Loe Aneelee, by
train leaving Portland at 7:00 p. m..
July 7th. Iickets will be good to Sep
tember 4th, and permit stopover on re
"m-Ou July 6tb, 0th. 7th, Sib and 9th,
round trip tickets to Los Angeles will be
sold at $40.00 rate, allowing stopover in
either direction, and final limit pf Sep
Holders of there excursion tickets may
make low rate side trips to Monterey,
Lake Taboe, Yonemite Valley, Big
trees, Kiverside, Redlaods, hanta liar
"tars, Catalina Island, etc. No such sp-
portanity to visit all California points of
special interest, at email cost, baa been
before asorded. ote the date.
For golden sleeping car reservations
and further information call on any
Southern Pacific agent, or address Mr.
l. xi. uarknam, general paseeDger
gent, Portland, Or.
C. U. Makkuam.
44 Little Strokes
Fell Great Oaks.
The gunis of tfic forest must yield ai
list to the continual blorus of the tveods
man. When the human blood has become
dogged and impure the Lille drops of
Hood's SsrsapasilU, properly taken, tuiH
fell tlie oak of bad blood.
-J ! fJUJJalllM.ina.n V
State and General News.
Oregon has 05,000 Aojara gjate.
Hawaii will ce'ebrat the Fourth.
China's great wall will be torn down.
Asiatic Russia is threatened with fam
ine. L:e developments may cause Alger to
Piugree is for McKinley but iMt for
Toledo, Ohio, had a milliou dollar fire
Russia proposes u naval standstill for
The Transvaal buys rinVa in Italy but
Astoria Salvationists will sell 25 chil
dren at auction.
A charter has been granted for a new
railway in Hawaii.
General Miles favors fending wore
men to General Otis.
Alameda's missing money was taken
ashore at Honolulu.
Lantern democrats feel encouraged
with anti-Bryan seotiinetit.
This ia the most successful year the
fish ceinmission ever bad.
Madam Drey fin has permission to
visit her bosbaotaio prison.
Uopgrowers are now confidently ex
pectiog 15 ceu'.s for the 'K9 crop.
Government otlicials are ia balmi se
lecting a site for a federal building.
A Grant's Pass company has 20,00l
invested in the pine-needle industry.
Ho d River ia the first town ia East
ern Oregon to bare rural free delivery,
"DatcU" al. ruailHt. dieJ from ef
fects of a contest in Caicigo lat Vedne- j
boy lately that stores
Henry U. Payne may eucceel Hanna
as chairman national republican com
mittee, Cou defender Columbia developed
great Epeed on ber trial trip aal beat thu
Mdirath pleaded guiltv to murder in
the second degree at Albany and got life
Relief is becoming more general than
ever that a large army is needel in the
Teddy Rosevelt was presented with a
handsome souvenir medal by people of
One of the slot machine men closed up
recently at Pendleton eaid his machine
made him $1300 last year.
It is reported that Col. J. C. L Jdy has
bought the Forest Grove Times news
paper, and will again embark in (he
Balem is wiping out her treasury de
ficiency, eyen if they do have to carry
lanterns in the town to see their way
home after dark.
Wednesday the cornerstone for the
new monastery at Mt. Angel was laid.
Many persons were present and the ser
vice was impressive.
The wool market is stronger and more
active. The buying is broadeninz and
is participated in by man a fac tort re large
and small, the speculators, traders and
A. A. Davis and wife of Med ford have
commenced action against the S. P. Co.
for $30,000 damages, for injuries sus
tained by Mrs. Davis in an accident on
Colnfan Bros, are building a cannerj
and evaporator at Ashland. It will
have a capacity to can 2000 quarts of
fruit and handle 16,000 pounds of green
fruit a day.
Murphy's mile in sixty-five seconds at
Chicago, stands without a parallel in toe
history of bicycle riding, but we have
yet to learn how long it will take him to
recover from the effects of the trip.
L. C. Coleman List week bought a
large quantity of wheat stored in the val
ley, for shipment to San Francisco. His
purchases aggregated about 20,000 bush
els, 50c per 'bushel being the prevailing
Boston baa been celebrating Bunker
Hill day and recalling tho fact that the
British loss at Ibe battle was 1050 and
the American low -)50. The muzzle
loaders of other days bad a short rane
and fired slow, but it was dangerous to
get in front of them.
County Clerk Crabtree is Bomew hat of
a sheep man himself. Last fall he
bought a small band of forty-two bead of
sheep for $09. Recently be sheared
them and sold the wool, 402 pounds, for
(04, nearly as much as the sheep had
cost. Albany Democrat.
Work is being pushed bv the S. P. Co.
to complete tbo b.'idge to replace the
oue burned at Lclaud, and it is expected
to have it completed ready to pass trains
bytbe3dprox. The delay occassioned
to trains by the necessity of transferring,
meantime, has been reduced to abaut
Governor Roosevelt speaks as decided
ly snd energetically aa he acts. He has
opinions, and is not afraid to express
them. He never dodged a responsibuty
or duty. He is an up-to-date, wide
awake, virile, honest, patriotic Amer
ican, and it is a pity the country hasn't
more of bis sort in high official life,
The Indians and whites will celebrate
July 4 at the mouth of the Sile'.z bay,
There will bo a b;rbaque and an Indian
feather dance to amuse the white peo
ple. Tbe dance, w ill bo conducted by
the Indiana as i. was io thoir wild state.
They have eorie fine feathers and beads,
bells and clothing. One Indian's euit
cont :J00. Tho speakers will be half Iu
ians and h!f whiten.
TROOPS TAKE A REST
Aggressive Campaign Will Open
BEFORE FIGHTING IS RESUMED
Otis' Force Will Be Increased to .io,-
flen. Enlistments for
Wasiusuton, June 28. Secretary Al
ger, Adjutant Geueral Corbio and CoL
Bird, ia charge of transportation, had an
hour's consultation with the president
today relative to the ioettion of rein-
; foicements for Otis.
A definite decision was reached to con
tioue reciniting men at all recruiting
aialiona. .-Geu.-.Abser raid after aron -
ferenoe, that Gen. Otis would have 4 ,
000 men when the rainy season is closed
for the resumption of artive operations.
Kolis'.meuts are to be for service ia
the tegular army and recruits are to be
crgauired into regiments or assigned to
regiments already formed.
No organisations are to be accepted if
sufficient recruits are obtained by ibe
regular enlistment. Corbia baki enlist
ments would be for three years. Ar
rangements are to be made at once for
iucreating facilities for transportation
necessary to get the additional troops to
The decision to reiuforce Gen. Otis bv
I the end of the raiuy erftfon i interpreted
to mean that the
cease until bad weather end-.
By remaining quieecent and ouder!
shelter during the rainy teawn it is j
boped that the health of our troops ill
be conserved and a'l daogeia from !:
matic fevers reduced to a ruiniru un.
Later in the dav r- was detinitelv Je-
tided to begin enliattueutj for the volnu-
teer service, under ibe ad of lue laft
cougree. lCecruiticir oftn-er in the
principal cities will be instructed iiomed -
lately to prepare to enlist vol mteers.
The present indications are aboc: tnn
thousand men will be wanted.
A Curiouity of War.
Dr. Charies A. McOuesteo, a volunteer
bad hardlv landed 13 San
Fraotisco from Manila before he an
nounced that in !.is ipiniou General
Otis must Lave from 100.000 to 150,000
troops to suppress tbe rebellion ia the
Philippines. This is at best a civilian
view of a military question, yet it is ac
cepted eff-baed by several newspapers
as much more valuable than tne opinion
of General O is, one of the roost experi
enced scl tiers in tie Amerigo army.
Just after Five Forks, one of iho
fiercest and not decisive battles of the
civil war, a correspondent with the tra
ditions and teachings of bis business lite
in mind rode in gieat panic to where
Sheridan was leceivicg the congratula
tions uf bis subordinate commanders
and shouted :
"General Sheridan, tbe enemy has
struck us a fatal blow."
"Where and how?"
"The rebel cavalry has captured aud
destroyed at least 2J0 wagons."
''Damn tbe wagons! Who cares fir
wagons when we are destroying
Tbe victor of Five Forks turned con
temptuously from tbe hysterical gentle
man who in tbe hour of victory, when a
gre t array had been crushed, insisted
on fixing bis vision on the 200 wagons
burning io the rear, and yet (he report
that Sheridan bad lost more tban be
gained at Five Forks was circulated by
this same correspondent throughout the
The civilian who baa a moral and
mental squint when it comes to estimat
ing the relative importance of army
movemente ia abroad in tbe land today.
He is a joy forever to the copperheads
and the calamity howlers, but tbe peoj
who prefer to get their military informal
tion from soldiers, as they prefer to ob
tain their medicine from doctors, are
with Otis and Lawtoo.
Defense Fighting Hard.
Wallace, June 20. Tbe defense to
day filed an affidavit charging prejudice
against the defendants, on the part of
Acting ShenlT France and four of his
deputies, objecting to tbe appointment
of either as elisor to summon jurors.
They also objected to an open venire,
claiming the jury should be called from
tbe regular jury panel. The court ovei
rnled tbe last objection and the defence
asked time to file a counter afBJavit re
garding Deputy Angus Sutherland, tLe
court hiving signified its intention 1 1 ap
point him elisor unless cause was shown
Tbe defense then moved to quash the
citation cf tbe county cjiuaiisaioaerc,
claiming the charges were criminal, and
the statutes and slate constitution re
quiring them to be preferred by indict
ment or presentment by the grand j iry
or by information filed by tho couuty at
torney, whereas these charges come
from the attorney-general, appearing as
a private citizen ; also that the crime
must bo charged from knowledge and
not simply from information and be
Tbo Caroline, Pelew and Ladronu is
lands have passed formerly iuto tho pos
session of tbe German government by
the ratification of the treaty with Spain,
covering the transfer, in the Reichstag
last Wednesday. The result of this ac
cession of dopendicies on Germany's
part will bo to make the colonial rela
tions bolween that country, England,
and tho United States very close in the
Pacific. There is no reasou w by lhee
relations should not remain amicable for
many years to come.
Tsilicoos Lake Anglings. V
Editor I'l.usdealeu : rim region of
the empire of Douglns county Is enjoy,
ing some RlorioiiHly fine weather. lve
long we will bo croaking f ir rain, "the
blcsfed rain." Wii-tt, would life be fil
wo had nothing to cVoak about, or, at
least, itungiuK wo had?
Mr. S. Ci. Wilsiu Kite of Chicago will
build u large and fine modem residence
on his Tsilicoos ranch this seaon. This
will bo by far the liesl country house in
this eml of Douglas canity.
W'o wero pleased to have with u,' last
week, M. D. Thompson, county comiuia
sior.er, who wus Losing after county
business. Mr. Thompson has a bos': of
frieLds in this cvrnt r of old Douglas.
Mr. E. Loae, forcueily of Fiddle
creek, but who tioco last October his
been a resident of li'.enada. Lane county
lately passed here on his way home
from Roseburg where he had been May
ing as jaror. Tally 01 e for Luue county,
D wgias frhort on juror.
Florence ia breaking the record this
on News his jlkt roacUts I ux J Lis
the Robins ch.hc ia d.iy or two ago
wiili t or three totis of t-jar right in
strawberry reason. Wonder if we will
be a!o to get kerosene uoxt winter.
"May rhe iive ling aud irotp'-r."
Fid!!e crec-k ia to have 4 bridge at
last. That is a nasty croe6iug at all
tiroes t xcept by boat. It is impassable
for a boree 10 rnonttis io the year mi l
never safe. It i-j ou the G'enada-liar-dir.er
mail roite, cus of the most import
ant ".Star k-mtea'' in t!ie county, fcecce
J the biiU4 kt this ua-lev-'.opel of
I Hie roavl. Mr. Tnompto.i expji.-s-J it
huis iba tint t'ri 'ga iul I lea ! t' the
1 development of a roi l. I oia ! the n-
' cnlamus, h y-r . g . that
! there Wan not ev
; ti e that a tow
?t a tra;l to t!i;. : ri la
would go i'ver ta a
uiat'cr uf choice. Sjjo pexijle "got
mad" at tuo let telling the ahoU tru;li.
Trie conditi a are the i-.vne today thus
proving the tiuth f !iy utgiment that
; even exf-entiva briilu i.l toiut tlong
j u- iui-t as do the ra.l. It i .i ijuestioa
j if tht-re i a live r.ud Mirvcy t ihe
i bridge on eish- r ti i; on the north Lr
j mile and on the south for to or threr.
j Tlie rid urv-y tin tlie sou'.h uever wt a
i cpei.ed an 1 n wr should be, while that
! 011 the nor'h was opei.ed, but for jers
: bat teen ban icaded and baire-l aid
j or rale I ar.J gated until the bird?, it is
1 asrt'd, tly tw..l it iver th-j uurs'j.
It Ida' en I cl the wjiwv u aitve its
I 1 t. , 1 1 t ,
any b..dv any goo.l. The cu;erviscr
j ordered it vpeu-d once but jj told that
the road turvey was dead, it I was cor
rectly informed. It most be dead. I
am soiry for that !clion. It was rood.
About the lime l!i goea to pre, if it
escape the waste basket, we Mill te
beating much abjut all men teiu "free
and f qual" all bivini "certain iuali l
able rights" etc.. V. About half a doz
en of (he best wen betweea 1 i!41j crsek
and Five Mile cr-ek and nearby csa't
help wonJeri&g if they Lave any right
to a country road. They haye to tifer
the only decent natural rju'.e, tho only
route all tbe way thtoab ccl'Jel lands
and which will deprive no one now or
ht reader td road facilities. "Oh, there
j is a n.u lbole on that route w hich will
cott t much to bridge, nearly as Fiddle
cretk," thef nemies tj good roads say.
The mudbole is t!i?re but I'd be glad to
build a road over it for one sixth the
o;t cf the bridge nnd will do i; if given
a cbance. How? I'd corduroy 200 It,
or more of it and briJ,;a tho center with
a bridge Ligh enough Lr two corns to
pass aud plack their passage under it.
Thcrs is plenty of timber rear for
foundation and miles and Htar'as of dirt.
It is to done in othi r places and could be
done here. It werj better to so croas a
marsh than to climb two hills on
12 to 20 per cent grades. Better to do
this. than deprive half a dot.jn poor men
struggling to miko homes, cu half ra
tions, and creating taxable values, o',
the benefits of a road. Better to do this
and be fair to the many, hurt no ore
tivj the country a god road, than to
build a road over tbe worst possible
route just to please a trio of men wbo
ara working with unkind motives ap
parently. Tbey never have made a
tenable nritiineiit for their old dead
survey neither can they. It is impossi
ble. Their ccheme i tj cajole the
supervisors into ctlicially working life
into a dead horse. They are honey to
the face of the eu;crvier but fault-fiad-iog
behind his back. Tbey claim for
evil intent I fear, all kinds of horrors for
the new line yet they never saw it and
are too "bucy" logo and look it over.
The writer of this is tho only man in
Douglas county who does know all
about that line. He and one other
have done $0 of work on .it and will
cheerfully do as much mere. Ha
knows that a roud on less than a ton per
cent grade ctu ba made over that line,
all, except bout !... mile i f which, be
iug 011 tha tunny siie of the hills and
through open lands or light timber and
be apppals to all parties w ho are inter
ested to investigate and decide this con
test as the (county court has suggested.
Let's Lave & rosdviewiug party soon
after the 4tb.
Roosevelt Goes Home.
L is VuiAs, 2J. M., JnnoL'O. Governor
Roosevelt was given a royul speeding
at 1 :1W this morning on his departure for
New ork. Roosevelt and bis part?
were accompanied to their car by promi
nent citizens 01 lue houtuweet, among
whom were: Governor Otero, of New
Mexico, and Govei nor Murphy, of Ari
Koosevolt s appearand on tuo car
platform whb the eignal for enthusiastic
cheering by me large crowa assemoiuJ
In fact, wherever ho appeared during
his stay here, enthusiasm wan almost
. Although Colonel Koosevolt had do
parted, the enthusiasm of tiis ronuh rul
ers continued unabated todiiy. 'Iho
rough riders and citizai.a parndo look
place at 10 o'clock. It was upwards of a
milo in lenfith, with a hand nf music
heading each of the four diyimonB.
New Store !
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYl.OK & WILSON BLOCK
Low Prices !
and Druggist Sundries.
Complete Line of Goods at -j
I A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
pounded Day and NigLt.
AAA-avamatt aaxaaaaata am a.aa am a am a am
his is the
C. VV. PARKS
Speaking of High
M. I - I I
While wo Lave Imperials at $35 nnd $50 our $35 wheel is just as
moil ouade as our $50 one. tha difference being simply iu the finish
Tha above mentioned wheels are just as high gradas any wheel
ia the market aud NONE is superior iu malerial'or mechanism.
The oldest wheels now iu use in thecityjare Imperials. T i
wheels have been in constant use since 1S'.I2
KRUSE tS: SHAMBROOK,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
Silt 1 FANCY GUIS 1 PROVISIONS
FME TEAS AMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
ALSO A FI LL LINE OK
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
OIVK US A TRIAL.
I IIKK UKUYERV,
jj P. Benedick
Any Job Work done at
r Reasonable "i"". mm
Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Perfumeries, Stationery, Cigars, .
am am am am am
A full aud complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
aud sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
aud vegetables, to which, we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also colt'' etc.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers.
Oue Door South of 1". O.
UndeiBi1 nnd Embalmer.
A Complete line nf
now on hand.
Ladies Dress Good-, Ribbon. Trim
mingp, Laces, Etc., Etc.,
Also a fine line of-
of the best quality and latest sfyle.
Staple and FaDcy
Wood, Willow, and Glassware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also m
Land and at prices to suit the
An up-to-date liuo of
H. G. STANTON.
EAST AND SOUTH
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At Albany acd Corrallia connect wiih twin-
ol Con al.is a Kaatera railroad.
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Dirw-t connection at San Fnurlru with
U-amahip lines for Hawaii, Japan, Cbina, The
PbiUippiiu. 'l Austratia.
i'yjt throarb tickets aul rate? call on or a 1
dn-alB. MOORE Aitent or V. C. LONDON,
"Scenic Line ol the World"
The Favorite Transcontinental Route
Between the North el and all
Choice of Two Routes
Through the Famous
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Routes East
of Pueblo and Denver.
All Passengers granted a day s op-over
iu the Mormon Capital or aovaherere
twren Otfden and IVnver. Personally
conducted Tourist Excursions three day's
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City.
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets and any Information Ke
garding Ratee, Routes, etc., or kr I)e
scriptive Advertising Matter, call on
Agentfijoi Oregon Railway & Navigation
Co., Oregon Short Line or Southern
S. K. HOOPER,
General Pass. & Ticket Agent,
R. C. NICHOL,
251 Wash. H. Portland Or.
Roscburg P. O. Hours.
Week day a. 0:30 a. m. to S p. n. Sun-
daya and bolidavs, ti.'SO to 0:00 a. m.
and 5 :30 to 7 :30 p. tu.
Roaehurg to Marshtield Departs ev
ery day at da. ui. ; arrives every morn
Koeeburg to Myrtle Point. Departa
every day at 6 a. m ; arrives every
Roeeburg to Millwood Departs every
day except Sundays at 7 a. ni.; arrives
every day except Sundays at 4:45 p. m
Roseburg to lVe'. Departs Jdaily, (ex
cept Monday) at 7 a.m.; arrives daily.
(evcept Sunday) at 3 p. m.
Roeehurg to Lnrley Departs Tues
days and Fridays at 1 p. m.;arriye9
Tuesdat a and Fiidays at 11 :30 a. ni.
City Treasurer's Notice
Notice is hen ly given to all per eons
holding Uoeelmrg city warrants indorsed
prior to July 13, lS'.M, to present
tbe same a: the city treasurer's office in
the city hall for payment, aa interest will
cease thereon after the date of this
Dated at Roseburg, Or., this 30th day
L ULU I III
of March, lSD'J. Geo. Oakpt,
avara or oKeo.
T bo. H Toticae
- . A. Moedy
T. T. oee
r. i. Dnrbaf
V. H. Moor
Secretarr of SlaUr
(itaUj Treaurvr. .
Siipl. Pub. iurlmclion.
Stat p rioter
-W. H. U
l a. H. Biar kbam
J. W. HinOlM
ProaeeutiDf Atiuruej Geo. Si. Brows
c. . Lab orrw-a, aoasavaaj.
Reee)Tr Hmrr Booth
anfivr J. 1. Bridge
v. a. waaTuca kcbsao.
1 i Tboa. 6i
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JW. W. WUiob
I. F. Gas!eT
k I 0lfhiM
U. W. Iiusaairl
H . B. Gitlcnw
1 M. I. ThooipMia
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CITT Or BuaSM'BU.
W. A. Eralet
F T Browa
M W. faita
K. W. BBMM
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tonx. ( t vr
F. W. iHiHui
CITT Vt Si U. BEATUW.
TbrX oamon Council of Ibe city of KoMbwrf
mceta tbe tint Von.li, in 4mrh aiiaik . I
o clock p. m.
Til. f " i mi l ( I r. f. 1 1 .... ! rM.M.- -
three tunta a year aa luilowa: Taw ad Mim
day ia Starch, the 4th Sluoday ia Jose, and the
Ut Slooday iu Lxcnaber. 1. W. EaBUnati
Rowbanr ju.i. Gen.H- Brows. of koaoowrz.
praaeeaUDc atunuey. -
vvun-.T v-o-i.-i iueta toe ia Wednesday an
the lat Slooday of January, Starch. May, Jajy,
eptatwr aud voyenb,,., Jm Lyon, mi
tub. jti'Ue; SL D. TooupMof bcottabosr
and Jaa. Byroo, of Olalia. fwniaiialiaiaia.
. .lIM WWW Xf
TJ OaEBCRG UIVMIOJI SOCt, lOFLt,
AV aieeta everj aeeond and toortk BoBday.
VirOSfES S BJiUX CUKPS KX 19, SflZTl
m ana uuru viwaya la
DESOFOeT, KO. a, B. A. B HXXTS TIB
iv ant aud third Thandajs W each www lb.
at i p. m.
A LP HA LODGE, SO. 47. t Of P- MltTI
Ttry Wediiiay eTentnc at Odd Frin,
ViaiUn? Koighla im goad aftaaaUac
Uanj lavlKd l attead.
TACBJEL LOIXit, A. F. A. IL. atXOrLA
- meeUns tha 3d and 4th. Wednaalaya ia
ICGI5J U PAKaOTT W. W.
i. T. Jcwktt, 8'ecy.
T3 OgKBUBfi CHAPTXB, SO. a. a B. 8-. atXTTB
tne lirst aad thud Thaadaya ai taca
LIBBIE C06HOW.W Sf.
MACDE BAaT. tieey.
ATODEBS WOODMEN OF AMERICA. JTEET
A on tint acd thud Taeaaay af each aMtath
in tbe aid Sf arooic aiL
U. I Sf lanifcs tn.
tyOODXEX OF, THE WOaXD. Oak Caatw
o- L5. u at tha Odd Fc:kw" Ha3
ia &ceburc. every lat, Snl and AUt Maaxiar
fverung. Vniting aeia;hbon alwT wdcoata
..... t O. P.tosaow, uc.
V. C. Lt2CDow, Clerk.
pHILETARIAS LUiXiE. SO. U O. O. F.
meea SaturdaT eTeaiaa; of each week at
thir hail ia Odd Fellow Temple at Boaeoara.
Slemberaoi tbe order ia cood aiaodiac an ibtu.
ed to attend. B, W. eTRu.So. K. U
K. T. Jawrrr, Sec'y. D. S. Wasr.
M I'.O. ELKS, RO&KBCKO LODGE, KU.GS,
bob: their regular eonununicationa at tha
I O. t. F. baU on around and fourth Thursday
m eathmonib. Ail member, tcqueated tw aa
IcikI tvvulariy. and ail visiting brothen cor
iialiy iurited to attend.
LB AS. U H ADUST. X.M.
ISA B. RIDDLE, Secretary. '
DOSEBCEG LODGE, SO.-ia A. O. V. W.
AV. nevu the aeceod aad Joanh Mondays at
terio the order ia god ataadina; am ia
Tiled to attead.
D. 8. West,
F. W. Roach,
ProreataiaxuU card a.
OFFICE, o09 Jackaoa 6Ucet, at rea
IJence of Sfra. J. BiUer.
Q.EKOGE SI. BRO3TN,
Rooms 7 and t
TayU WUaon Block.
Telephone No. 4.
KCfclBl Kti, ORSQOK.
JRA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
fay lor A Wilson Blk. ROaXBCRO. ORItiOR.
P W. BENSON",
At tor n ey-at-La w.
Rooms 1 1 '
Review i!u.l.uu:. ROSEBURU. ORKUVHf
"yy !,. W1LXI3.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will snetiaa is .11 tk. .j at. .
tea ia Siaxsten BuUdins. DaUa toaaty. Or.
Attorney at Law,
Rooms 1 Jt J. Sf antrrs Bid-., K08EBCRi, OR.
CaBusiae Wt.re tha U.S. Land Offir ua
miuiug case? pvialtT.
Late R-eeiTer C. i Laud Oalca.
Q R.GEO. E. HOUCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
Oftioe Post Olii.v BUt. RO?EBCRti,
Phone, Main a. OUKtiON.
J A.- BUCHANAN, Notary Uuhlic,
Collections a Specialty.
Msrj-tirs liuiKtiii):. KOEBVRO, OR
To Loas : From t',000 to 3,000, or
tiret ciass seeuiity Address,
C- II. tjxisfoi, Rce Vt n , Oj'