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ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1899.
They Are Due at San francisco
CUl f 03 10,000 VOLUNTEERS
Vancouver Barracks May be a re
cruiUns Slatioa. Gov. Oeer Will
Honor Day of Volunteer Return.
Wasuixutos, July 3. Tbe war Je-r-artaent
calculates that tbe trip from
Manila lo San Francisco by transport
takes joet 30 days, which eboulJ get
the Second Oregon regiment there Joly
14. Xo record is kept at lbs depart
f i meut of arrivals of transport at Nagasa.
The call for the 10,000 additional Voi
uiileera for servU in the rhilippinee
will not bo made as was the call of over
a year ago, by states, but certain points
have been selected by the war depart
ment at which the regulaia will bete
erniied. The names of these places are
not yet pablisbod, bat are supposed lo
be the largest and most coovierieot
military stations spread all over the
country. Vancouver barracks is very
likely one point, as it is highly favored
by army officii U.
It urn lata tbat some of the officers
will be chosen from among the officers
of the Second Oregon regiment, as those
who have seen active service are lo be
given the preference. It is likely that
wbai officers of the Second Oregon are
chosen will be aa;ignd to the regiment
raised at Vancouver barracks.
WILL PROCLAIM A HOLIDAY.
Governor Gccr WUI Honor Day
Governor Geer will proclaim as a gen
eral holiday, the day of the arrival of
the volutneera in Portland. The follow
ing letter was received yeeterdiy by Dan
J, Moore, secretary of the general recep
tion committee :
Balens, Or., Joly 1. Dear Sir : Yours
of yesterday's date, transmitting a copy
of resolutions adopted by the Commercial
Athletic Club of Tie Dalles, and ataling
that the reception committee for the
vol on toe re at Portland had concurred in
the same resolutions received. The mat
ter baa been brought to Governor Geer's
attention, and hs indicates it as his pur
pose to issue a proclamation for a gener
al holiday, but, as yet, has net deter
mined whether to make it indefinite by
stating "the day on which the volun
teen return,' or wait on til it can be
knows. He will probably wait several
cays, anyway, before issuing the pro
clamation. Years yerr truly,
' Trivate Secretary.
Our Present Crop Prospects.
Fall-cova grain is in excellent condi
tion ; it is turning yeliow, and has every
promise of being a heavy crop. Spring'
sown grain has e tooled much better than
wnxal; it is growing and is reported to be
ae promiiing as " it is possible ifor spring
grain ta be. Much of tha spring grain
was sown, under adverse circumstances,
and unless showers occur at intervals
the yield may be reduced. The present
prospects ars excellent for the grain
Haying continues and all reports indi
cate that a first-daes crop is being se
cured. The rains delayed work for a
few days, but no injury resulted.
Com is making progress. Warner
weather .would produce more rapid
growth, but its present condition is
thoroughly satisfactory. Potatoes are
growing rapidly. The weather baa been
extremely favorable to them. Some
planted early are in bloom. Vegetables
of all kinds have good growth. During
the rains the weeds were very 'rank, but
the dry weather permits cultivation and
they are being (destroyed. The 'vegeta
ble crop will be large. Hemp and flax
r-are making good growth.
The fruit prospects remain uochanged.
Cherries are ripe, but many are falling
to the ground. Strawberries have
passed the height of their season, and
rail shipments have practically ceased ;
the crop was" good. Raspberries and
blackberries are ripening. Peaches
have commenced to ripen and ship
ments from the Ashland district and
along the Snake and Columbia will be
gin within a few days. The peach crop
is not as large as usual and in sections is
a faHurftin the real peach growing dis
tricts tha crop is good. Prunes have
piactically ceased dropping ; the prunes
remaining will mature much better than
if the trees were, as they usually are,
heavily laden. Pears will be a short
crop and apples a fair crop.
Block is in good condition.
Tha crop conditions in Oregon today
are good. Some varieties of fruit will be
a abort crop, but otherwise there is no
cause for complaint.
C. S. I'agi K.
is Never Done.
The constant care causes sleeplessness,
toss of appetite, extreme nervousness, and
that tired feeling. But a 'wonderful
change comes ivhen Hood's SarsaparSla
is taken. gives pure, rich blood, good
appetite, steady nervts.
State and General News. '
$150,000 incendiary fire iu Summit,
Astoria it flocdod with counterfeit 50
The S. P. Co. will haild a new depot
at Gold Hill.
General Miles highly compliments the
Damage from the floods in Texas is es
timated at $2,000,000.
Dreyfus is confident the eecood court-
martial will acquit him.
The survey on the high Hue ditch iu
Jackson county has begun.
The Democratic national committee
will meet in Chicago on July "0.
The Oregon volantecrs are expected lo
reach San Francisco oa July 11.
Dreyfus is guarded like a wild be;st.
but his composure is a wonder to all.
U. S. Grant, jr., of California, sailed
for Alaska fivm Seattle the other day.
This is the best year for shipbuilding,
excepting lS'Jl, in a quarter of a century.
uoveiuor i iogree ueuies mat lie is
hostile to McKinley. Interview was a
The LUiles wool-growers received
$275,000 for their product in iat month's
A Seattle man will drift to the north
pele on an iceberg, carrying a telephone
tine with him. Tbat is. ho aill try.
Frank Erne, of Buffalo, defeated Kid
Livigoe Monday evening for the light
weight championship in the L0th
News of another tire at Dawson, in
which W miners' cabins were burned
with their contents, was brought out
Monday by the steamer Humboldt.
The toUl loss i estimate at 110.000.
Resident Schurman, ol the Philippine
commission, ban returned from his
cruise among the southern Ulandf.
Shurmau says peace in the rhilippinee
would follow a I'ecisire victory in Lc
aon. An order baa iecu received at the
Chatham dock yard for the English
fleet to uiobiliu July It b believed
this step is taken preparatory to the
annual nary maneuvers. Ten battle
ships and thirty-two rruiveni w ill take
part in the operations.
Fred Westbrock writs to an Albany
friend that D. C. McCiung one evening
killed seven Filipinos. He is ono of the
sharpshooters, and did it with a Krsg
Jorgensen, becoming so efficient as to be
able sometimes to call a Filipino down
at a mile's distance.-
Mrs. J. W. Wilson and children cele
brated at Wolf Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Sluter epeat the
Fourth at Grants Pass.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. liurd spent the
Fourth with friends at Roseburg.
Mrs. A. P. Lao sen bene, who Las been
quite ill, has recovered and is able to be
Our school is progressing very satis
factorily under the management of Miss
Rev. Mr. Parker and wife have taken
rooms at the new Gtendale hotel and
gone to housekeeping. '
Mrs. K. A. Jones and her charming
daughters. Misses Eva and Edith, spent
the Fourth at Leland.
Mrs. C P. ToUen, Mr. Elmer ToUen
and Miss Clara of Glenellen attended
church at Glendale Sunday.
Frank Ray and John Kamey and
families are camping out on the moun
tains near the Gold Cng mine.
J. A. Jones and family and Marshal
Ambrose and family are spending the
week on upper Cow creek camping out.
Miss Addie Bailey and Alias Effie
Palmer attended church At this place
last Sunday. They were the guests of
F. T. Lady of tha W. U. Telegraph
Co., who is stationed at Ruckles, epent
last Sunday at ilhia place visiting rela
tives. He was entertained by 31 us
Wbooging cougu and measles are quite
prevalent in this valley, and Dr. Harris
is kept r very busy attending the sick
ones, who are lortunate in being able to
secure such excellent medical attend
ance. The regular Tbureday evening prayer
meeting, which has met at our home for
some weeks, will continue to meet at our
bouse until a suitable building can bo se
cured. All s re respectfully invited to be
Mrs. S. P. Gorahoe, who is suffering
tram a slight stioke of paralysis is much
better, -and her many friends hope for
her epeedy recovery. She is being ten
derly cared for by her husband aud
children, at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Van Order.
The Imposing structure that is being
added to Hotel Glendale is uearing com
pletion and will add much to the attract
iveness of this long established and pop
ular house, which is the best hotel euatb
of Roseburg, under the management of
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kennedy.
The news tbat a trestle near Wolf
Creek was burning out, was received at
this place yesterday at 4 p. m., and
caused a ripple of excitement.' It
proved to be not very serious aud there
will be no detention of trains. These
fires are undoubtedly of Incendiary ori
The Fourth passed away very quietly
in Glendale. The picnic was a very en.
joyable one and all who participated ex
press pleasure at the beautiful manner
in which all who bad a part to enacti
carried out a delightfully arranged pro.
gram, and the dinner was a most beauti
ful one and was a triumph of culinary
skill for which the ladies of Cow creek
valley have Ions been complimented
A DISASTEROUS FIRE.
Oakland Is Again Ravaged By
SEVENTEEN BUILDINGS BURNED.
Two Prominent Business Blocks Arc
Wiped Out Two Bricks Saved
Origin of Fire Unknown.
Special lo the PL.viNUK.vu:a.
Oakland. Or., July 5, lS'JO.
Shortly helot e 2 o'clock on the uiort,
ing of July oth, the building occupied by
Joy & NeiTae a racket store, was dis
covered on tire. The tire soou spread
wofctward aud northward and iu a few
momenta the entire block, wtucli con
tained ten or twelve buildings, was burn
ing. Adjoining the Joy & Kelt 6 tore on
the cast u the tine brick store of K. G
Young & Co. The building is lite prool,
but the intense beat set lira to the in
terior of lbs basement and near a Urge
Dy hard work this buildiug was saved
aud is the only builJing that remains
standing on tbe clock.
A heroic attempt was tuada to save the
block vucluf theoue in which tl.o tire
originated, but the breeu carried tbe
tlimes across the street to the building
occupied by Mrs. Carrie Sett la ss a mil
linery store and home, and it a as soon
evident tbat this block was also doomed,
the only building escaping tbe tire fiend
being the bttck buildiug cjutaioing the
drug store of Page A Dtujiniik.
Every effort had been made to control
tbe tl.ruas, but it now eeeuied thai the
buildings outU ui the meet could not be
saved. Here ars tbe stores it R. J. 1jv
ington, Ihik Neas, .learne & Cheuo
welh, J. A. Underwood, J. II. l'earl.uc,
Anton Lau and John Beckley. All cf
these were in the gtcatett dat.gt-r aud
were saved only by the severed kind of
work and endurance.
Across the street west of tbe Thomas
Htel were four large wueal aud wol
warehouses, containing 50.00J bue'.iels of
a beat and 00,000 lbs. ol woo!.
Tbe licit from the burning buildings
set fire to three of three wareiioutes but
they were raved. The insurance on the
wheat and wo l bad expired July 1st,
hence theee would bare been a total
A large soda tank in He bottling
works of E. Settle exploded and a sbeet
of metal weighing two hundred pounds
was hurled agiin&l the Stearns & Chen
welti bui diog and glanced westwsrd 75
feet farther s;riking the ground. Al
though large numbers oi e.plo were
(.landing near, no cne was hurt. A pait
of this tank mas thrown northward 250
feet, but did no injury. Had tbi fire
not been extinguished when it was, from
two to seven blucks. would have been in
At least seventeen buildings were
burned, and many of these with their
contents were a total loss.
The hotel of Mrs. Thomas bad been
repainted, papered and raised, not was
a total lots. It seems ttrsnge tbat so
much of the property was not insured.
Tbe estimated Iocs is from j2.W0 to
$35,000 with about $7,500 insurance.
It will be seen that this money would
have given Oakland two or throe good
ryetems of water workf .
It Bee in a deplorable to have the hard
earnings of years swept away in a few
Among tbe buildings consumed were,
one saloon, Depot Hotel and contents,
three warehouses and contents, Stesrns
building, Winniford building, Rowling
Alley, Racket Store, Pmkslon'a old hotel
building, Smith's livery stable, Soda
Works, Millinery building and contents,
Barber fhop, C. II. Medley's household
goods, and much personal property en
tailing the following losses :
Nsiue Loss Insur.
Page A Dimmick $4000 $1000
A. F. Winniford 500
E. G. Young & Ci bOOO 2500
OJd Fellows 350 200
A.O. U.W. 50
United Artisana 25
John Kennedy 1000
E. U. Pinkston 2000
C. G. Durland 500
F. A. Smith 3000 950
E. L. Settle 500 300
Carrie Settle 2200
Stearns &, Chenoweth 1000 Insured
E. II. Henderson 2-30 100
C. II. Medley 3.'0 200
Postal Telegroph 100
P. B. Backley 00
A. F. Brown 100
Joy & Ned 3500 3500
J. Mahoney 3000 300
While some of the contents of the
burned buildings were saved, there are
many email individual losses not enum
erated above. The figures given are
very conservative and it is probably safe
to eay tbat tbe total loss will figure up a
sum of nearly $10,000. Your correa
pondent is not able to announce any
plans for rebuilding the butned dis
Jacksonville had the largest crowd in
20 yeaae, on the Fourth.
Uncle Sam and John Bull rode in the
same wagon in the Salem parade.
Several new logging camps have been
opened in the Klondike district, Coos
Bryan will not insist upon the demo
cralic nomination for the presidency if
he Is not wanted by loaders.
Baker City breakfasted the editors
Dr. John Mitchell, of Cleveland, 0
will dio as a reHiilt of ii.-unstiokr.
P result ut McKinley lus received the
L. L. D. degroe from seven colleges. "
About I all un average crop of apples
and plums is t-xpected iu lows this
Swiflwaltr Bill' chiiui in the Klondike
is said to have i leaned up f 200 ,000 this
Philadelphia collected $102,000 sa
taxes on tro'ley company dividends
The next uicetiug of the Yenzuclau
commiaaion will take placa at Paris on
A company has been organized at
Sauford, X. C, to operate a cotton mill
Mr. S!epy is the ujiuu of ono of the
most wide-awake ritu;us of Philips
TbuiioaiiJs of cattle and tbeep are
dyiug ua tlio Coljra-lj rauges in couee
quencu .! drouth.
1ju Jaime, llie uny boa of th: paL
ish pictcu kr Dju I'jmIoj, uai j ml won
flOJ.Wk) in a lottery.
llie riapioos are iMiouutig U'lJ.r.
They kuow that the laxl few weeks wid
give them tlu;r bri-t opportunity.
I u Cuba aouieu are uow able U diue
Itljtoiu icttauraLts a iLicg that aS
liewr possible uudiT the tll regime
Tbo Tucuuia tWabh.j Hintlter has re
fused to ester tbe emelier triikt, aud is
preparing iusicad lo djtible i's capacity.
Billiuiore has ihe larked tegro opu
lalhm of any city iu Cbruieuiiuiu. Tue
cectjiis U expecuv! to elt jw at lea it ll'3,-
Aduiiral Scliicy was a gjeit uf Ue City
ol locMer, l a., ou July -I. ui consent
ed to itiute kU aJJrres to I Iff t-ilizus in
A liea&uty turplus wobable next
yoar, addiiijt vuo more to the many con
ducive arguuieuts fur iteput'ltcau suc
cess in I'JOO.
Spaiu's army Kir uexi yvar baa b en
fixe J at lt,0 JO, a Lieu ia a Urga
relucliou. I, tial iujr mlU-ja tun
that in Cub a yrar aco.
Tue population oi itie Soutii African
Uepublic cju-ij't) uf p0,U)J Botr, 7,000
other whites, cailed Ou'.lau.lrri", and
603,0.)J Kaffirs aud Zulus.
Urasahoppera have becjuie a great
p'agus iu Spam invading evea the cities.
In Austria o0)3 sjI Iters were ordered to
astist in destrojicg them.
President McKinley, at the last White
House reception, broke the hand shak
ing record by greeting 4310 peraons io an
hour and forty-five minuter.
Congressman Ketcham, of New York,
has served iu thirteen Con greases, and
has never made a rpctch w hich record
probably accounts for hisetealion in
Probably the richeet person in Cuba is
a woman, Senora Koa Abiea. She
osos millions aud vast estates, but is
damocratic iu taa'.e, anJ favors the
Gen. Phil Sheridan's widw sti.l lives
in the houae io Washington which was
presented by his friends when he took
cimmand of the army. It c;al (tj.COO
aod baa trebled in value.
Whan tbo late .Mr. Dinglry said tbe
new tariff law woulJ yield tJOO.OOO.t'OO a
year the figures weie gentrtlly re
nounced too Jarc. But the receipts
this year go beyond tbo estimate.
Arthur . Brjuotlt of Brooklyn
whose son bad bcttt struck witu an urn
brella by a 7-ycar old boy, look it upon
himself lo spank the oil'ending young'
ster, the lallei's pareuta having refused
lo administer the chastisement them
selves. I'Onticli was thereupon sued for
damages by the father of tbe i panked
boy, and the jury decided that he must
pay $1075. About $10 per spank
Examination of a quantity of jewelry
taken from Mr. Phyllis V.. Dodge, of
New York, a paaeeagcr on the steamer
St. Paul shows that it is worth $100,000,
000. Tbe duty ou tbe value of a single
necklace being $50,000. The duty on the
jewelry seized would have been $40,000.
Tbe contents of Mrs. Dodge's trunk alcne
are worth $10,000. Ihia rei.ure of jewil
ry is the largest ever made at this port,
An accident happened at 4 o'clock
Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs
Campbell atirted to Albany, and as tbey
approached the farm of Mr. Trnax
three miles away, a boy, aged 10 or 17
came out of the house with a gun in his
bands. On a fencj near, a squirrel
perched, and at him the buy aimed
Tbe equirrel waa almost in a direct line
between . the boy aud tbe approaching
Vehicle, and Mm. Campbell received the
fire. Tho vehicle waa iu' plaiu view
when Ihe boy tired, and was not many
paces distant. Mre. Campbell is resting
easy. The wcutsd was made with a 2:
An Appropriate Display.
As tue cJitora are to be hero tumor
row, no more UUiug window could be
made than the cue Ernest Jeuson has
prepared at the establishment o! A. M
Williams & Co.
Ia tho center u a 13th century press
while at the west end aro the type cases
Tbe big ehearB aro a prominent feature,
while the lorui is plainly visible The
lloor and background aro covered with
papers from all over America, and eome
One of tbe attractive features iu tho
window is a copy uf the first paper pub
lished in America The Boston News,
dated 1701. Another old paper is the
one that was published in; New Yoik in
1S00, called tho Ulster County Gazette.
Above all, pro several cuts of up-to-dale
presses manufactured by the well
kuowu bouse of K. Hoe & Co., New
York. Dalles Chronicle.
New Store !
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
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A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
Pre&crip I it us cotn
poondeu Day aDd XigLl
his is the
C. W. PARKS
Speaking of High
While we Lave Imperials at
uioh tatADE as our $50 one. the difference beius simply iu the finish
The above mentioned wheels are just aa high grade aa any wrheel
in the market and NONE is superior in material or mechanism.
The oldest wrheels now in use in the city are Imperial. These
wheels have been in constant nse since 18'2
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
DEALERS IK ALL KINDS OF
STAPLE ID FIG! GUIS 1 PROVISIONS
FINE TEAS AMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
ALSO A FCLL LINE OF
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
OIVK L'8 A TRIAL. Ono Door South ot V. O.
1 KICK DCUVKKV.
? P. Benedick
f Any Job Work done at
r Reasonable pn'. m-
Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Perfumeries, Stationery, Cigars, !
ami Druggist Suudrics.
Complete Line of Goods at
wmm -m i huij n..,.ni pinj:
A full and 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
and vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
cls, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
Wc carry the largest stock of to
baccos iu Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers.
aod $50 our f35 wheel is just
UndePtaBi1 end Emtalm.BF.
A Complete linp of
now on band.
Ladies Dress Goods, liibbon, Trim
tniogs, Laces, Etc., Etc.,
Also a fine lino of
of Ihe best qnality and latest style.
Staple and Fancy
Wood, Willow, and Glassware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also oa
hand and at prices to suit tbe
An up-to-date lino of
H. G. STANTON.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co.
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Et Pao Ar. !
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Ar. 5cw Orleana Ar I S P.
Matlaia; Car ObamaUoa Cars,
Ptitlmaa trU da and toarfrt ears attached
to all tratda.
Kwackatra; MaJI OaUlr.
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Corralll Mail Daily (Except tfand.j).
7.30 a. .
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At Albaay aad CorraUia connect with train.
ol Corvaliia at Eaatcn railroad.
Inl pcadence Paneiisvr Lailr (except undj)
I m. a.
7.JS r. a.
B KOEHLUV. C H. MARKKAS!.
ataaafer. U. P. at Paaa. A avt t-
Dirvrt conot-etion at saa Fran-Wx with
.Iramaliip hue. ir HaavaU, Japan, China, Tbe
rniuippiMi ami au.traiia.
eh ttrketaaiKl ratca call on or a-i-
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AtOORE Atclt or V. C. LONOoS,
in MO HO.
"Saic Una af the World"
Tlis Favorite TraoacooUbeoUl Koole
Between the Northwest aod ail
1'oiD I a Kast.
Choice ol Two Routes
ThroagU the Famous
Rocky Mountain Scenery
. And Four Routes Fast
oi Poeblo aad iVnvrr.
VII raseeusera sranteJ a Jar s'ou-over
in tbe Mormon Capital or aor where be
tween Uden and Denver, rsreuaally
condocted Tourist Excursions three days
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets and any Information H
garding Kates, Routes, etc., or lor I
scriptive Adyertisinx Hatter, call nn
AgenteJol Oregoo Railway ft rtavigation
Co., Ureeon Short Line or Southern
S. K. HOOPER,
General Pass. & Ticket Acent,
R. C. MCHOL,
Sol Waeb. t. Portland Or.
Roseburt P. O. Hour.
eek daye. b :JU a. m. to s p. tu . bun-
days and holidays, 0:30 to 9:00 a. tu
and 5:30 lo 7:30 p. tu.
Itoseburx to Marshfield Drarte v
ery day at 0 a. m. ; arrives every atom'
Koeeburg to Myitle Point. Depart
every day at 0 a. m ; arrives every
Roeeboru to Millwood Departs ejery
day except buntiajsat a. ni.: arrives
every day except Sundays at 4:45 p. ui
Roseburg to Peel Departs Jdaily, (ex
cept Sunday) at 7 a. m ; arrives daily,
(evcept Sunday"! at 3 p. nt.
Roseburg to I.urley Departs Tues
days and rrmava at l p. m.; arrives
Tuesdays aud Fii lnys at 11 :30 a. tu.
If you suffer from tenderness or full
ueee on the rUht side, pains under
ehouUler blade, couetipatiou, bilioiicties,
sick headache aud feel dull, heavy and
sleepy your liver is torpid atidrongested.
DeWiit'a Little Etrly Him?rg will cure
you promptly, pleasantly aud perma
nently by removing tbo coi.grsiion and
caiuiug the bile tlneti to open and How
naturally, tiiky auk uoou tills.
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Tli C.iSBMia (ouneil of the eitr of KebaH
in-eli tbe rt MuihI.t ia rarh BMIt at a
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The Circuit Court lor ttauclaa CeaiatT aaza
three limea a Tea aa (ullow.: Tha ad Km-
I A J la Xarrh. the 4th Xoadtr la Jeaa, aad u
im aioaa oeeamber. J. w. Fiiai mm4
Soiebanr lu.i. Ueo. M. Browauad aa taia
County Conn naeta tha lat Vedandu'aS-li
th lat atoudar of iaaoarr. atarca. Ha. J air.
depteaiber aod N'ovembar. Joa. Ljoaa. ad
Draia. ledee; at. D. Tamomaof EeataMM
ami Jm. fl rua, of Olaila. nwaailaini
Probate tmn i. la imlm mtluaur. Jm
pOEKBCRU U1V1SI09 WO C. , OP L. ,
WOMEK SKaXIEF CVSTB BO. H, ktm
rat and ii.lrd fridays la aar aaaank.
OENOPOeT, KO. J, O. A. t, VRTt TBI
iN- fim aud third Thoradan af each aia.
I at S p. in.
ALPHA LODGE. SO. 7, B OF P MEXTW
ererT WedueaaT imlif at. OdJ Tmiiama'
uu. in una Kutaia ia
I tUiiT la Tiled lo auaad.
LAUREL LOlXiE. A. P. A A
meeuaca tha ad and 4th
EU0E5E L. rABROTT W. H.
S. T. JawsTT, 8eev.
T3 06EBC RG CHAPTER. KO. a. O. Z. R.MXZTS
iv tha nnt and third Thuadara of each
LIBBIK COSHOW.W M.
MAUDE BAST, SetfT.
OlKR.V WOODMEN OF AMERICA. MEET
oa fint and ihlid TaesaaT of each swath
in the aid Mamnic halL
H. W. MOLta, T. C.
II. L. f aasTUs, Clerk.
t-OODSE!t OF THE WORLD. Oak
" ' So. Liv. mreU at the CKkl FeHnwa B
IB Rtncborc. CTerr lat. 3rd and Mai atoada
I eretunc- iiiUBf neishbora alvaya aleuaia
o. r. cwacw, c. C
V. C Luimoa, Clerk.
pHILETARIAX LOuGE, KO. S, L O. O. W.
1 aveeta 6atuidar eTenlnar ol each nek al
tbcU hail ia Odd fellow TeaiBla M Roieoarr.
Meabenioi the order ta tood ataadlnc are larla.
aamauend. B. W. STRONG. B. O
X. T. Jawrrr, Bec'j. D.8.War.
P. O. ELKS, ROEIBCRO LODGE. SO. EaV
holi their rrcttlar cmiiiiiiinijMi at (h.
I O. O. F. hail oa fecund and foarU Thondar
t each aaoatb. All Btrmbrm rcqueiJed ta u.
tt-nd mralarir. aad ail rlaiOBg keothcis ew
liUj inrited to attend.
- C1IA8. L. HADUY. E. B
IRA B. RIDDLE. Secmarr.
DOSKBCBG LOIXiB, SO. la, A. O. O. W.
iv meeta tava tecoad aad foanli Moadara ol
web Btoalb at 7 JOB. aa. ax Odd FtdloM kali.
Meaibexa oi tbe order ia rood staadlac act) tav
rtvev w aueau.
D. B. Weat,
W. Roac h,
1RA BROWN, M. X.
orriCB. a Jcckaoa sueet, at rt
Idcneaof Mr. J.BttJa.
Q.EKt.HiE M. BROWy,
Rooms T aud I
r.yK.r at Wllaoa Block.
C X. HAKBT,
IRA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
fajlor Wilson Blk.
Review ri ! .
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
WUI praetiee ia all the court. rf tha Btata. .
lea ia Maraten Baildioj. DoaarlM eaaatj. 0.
Attorney at Law,
Roomt 1 & I. Marivrs B'.dff., ROrEBCRti. OR.
'Busiuc ivlotv tha U. S. Land OBIea and
mtuuif casv a .pecialty.
Late RwelTec D. 8. Land )n.
Q K.GEO. E. HOCCK,
Pliyscian & Surgeon. .
Otticc Post Ollicv Bid.
1'hotie, Maiu SI.
JA. BUCHANAN, Notary Publi.-,
Collections a Specialty.
Masters BuiUliug. ROEBL'RU.OR
To Loan : From
f-'.OOO to tS.OOO. vr
i trft class secniity.
C. U. Rritai.. Roe 1 1 it I