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ENVELOPES, ETC. '
Executed abort Bailee at ark
contiitrat lth geed werk.
No better field thae Southern Ore
m; better Medina thronga which
ROSEBURG, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1899.
CHANGE Or PLANS.
xnd Oregon May Come to
' Portland by Rail.
TRANSPORTS CANNOT BE SPARED
Otis Wants the Ships Returned to
Manila at Once Hermann Ap
peals to the President.
WA&Hisiiios, J aly 6. Commissioner
Hermann, in pursuance with request
received from Oregon lodev, tuade -inquiry
at the vac department aa to how
lb Oregon regiment it to be taken to
Portland. He m informed that the
troops will bs landed at Sin Francisco,
anltbatths transports will be immedi
ately loaded with regulars for Manila,
and will loave for that port, and will not
go to Portland with the Oregon regi
ment. Tuis cbange of plan was nude at
the retuit of General Otia, who says
there U a ecarcitr of transport.
The commissioner tjid the secretary
that the people of Oregon had already
made extensive plans fur receiring ttie
troops at Portland and that the change
" of plan would be a very great disappoint'
cent. The department eaid that it
troold ai ike every e!Tt to accotutuoJate
tbs people ot Oregon and the troopa
themselves, and has, therefore, directed
the eommauding officer at Sao Franciaco
to secure a sufficient number of ships at
the port tt carry ttie Oregon regiment
from there direct to Port laud, enabling
the people of Portland tj carry oa: tiieir
If this ile cannot be carried out, the
department will make arrangements to
hare tbo regiment earned direct to
Portland by rail, bat this will not be
done unless it is impossible to secure
Commissioner Hermann will see the
president tomorrow afternoon, and urge
upon him to est hi influence to bare the
troopa sent to Portia od by water and ia a
Adjutant-General Corbin eays there is
no quas lion about the master-out of the
Oregon regiment at Vancouver, aaJ no
thing will be allowed to Interfere with
the department 'a premiss that the troopa
ehall bis cent to Portland. This waa in
xepty to a question aa to whether the or
Sanitation of the Thirty-fifth United
States volunteer regiment at Vancouver
would interfere in soy tray with the pre
rious arrangement for the muster-out of
the Second Oregon.
Beside General Otis' desire for the re
, turn of tbe transports to Manila, they
vrHl also be wanted to send recruits and
rettlata to reinforce him.
The appointments made by President
McKinley thus far in the army ehow
that the promise that regular army offi
cers who had earned the gratitude of the
country woald be selected for the volun
teer Berries seems to hare been pretty
well carried oct. The selections thus far
are of tra of the regular army, men well
known, man of military ability and men
who hare served with distinction. A
great many Tery good men have been
passed over, bat it i possible that they
will have an opportunity when the other
regiments are organized.
Numerous politicans of both political
parties an ia town trying to hare their
henchmen given places in the army,
and it is said that when the other regi
ments are called oot they will be given
over to the spoilsmen on the plea that it
. will not do to drain the regular army
foxier of experienced officers. The ten
repmesta ax to be organized by recog-b!-.!
7 4 meritorious officers, but the
oil.. yet to be put in service will fur
nish opportunity to gratify the spoils
New Officers Elected.
The National Editorial Association in
convention at Portland last Friday elect
ed the following officers for the ensuing
President Colonel B. H. Henry, Jack
First Vice-President Slatt Parrott,
Second Vice-President F, E. Ballio,
Third Vice-Prewdent Albert Tozier,
Treasurer Jam e G. ;ibbs, Norwalk,
Corresponding Secretary J. M. Page,
Jersey ville, 111.
Recording Secretary K. M. AVhite,
New Orleans was selected aa the next
place of meeting and after a ;3oet inter
esting, profitable and successful session
the convention adjourned Friday eve
Oregon la short on fruit this year;
shorter than for many years; but in
some varieties there will be plenty ; and
in other wsya compensation will be
suds. Tbe hay crop will be immense;
grain promises well ; and of everything
else there is or will be s prolific abund
ance as usual.
"A Gentle Wind
of Western Birth"
Tills no sweeter story io hwruniiy than
the Announcement that ihe health-giver
- and health-bringcr, Hood" s Sars&p&nHa.,
tells cf the birth of an era. of 'food health.
It is the one reliable specific 'for ihe ewe
J of all Hood, stomach and liner troubles.
. -1 "' -v-- r-tn t a'l'-
Oregon News Notes.
Grants Pass will bave a new fewer
Work on improvement of Coquiilo riv
er Is proceed icg.
San Franciscans are chartering ve-avls
to maet tha returning Oregon volun
teers. J. W. Hayes is pushing work to com
plete hi contract nrt ttio new city water
works for Gold Mil'.
Southern Oripu ranclisra will make
trouhle if government attempts to leiae
range lands as announced.
Salem bus a moet elaborate lit-t of
committees to arrange tor volunteers'
home-cemiog. So has Rose burg.
Many a Willamette valley farmer cele
brated American independence by run
ning his mower in tbe lay field, all day.
The work of repairing the Siskiyou
tunnels ia being commenced, a large
force of men baring been tent to that
The Portland police force is to be vac
cinated in entirely. A precaotiou to
fit them for handling possible cases of
In Wasco county the scalp bounty is
of great value, for during the past few
montns large quantities of coyote scalps
naye been received.
Baker county's auuual gold production
ia more than f3.0vK,UOa aud it will soon
be $10,000,000, so rapidly is the mining
The Declaration of ludependeuce was
not read at tbe Salem celebration, though
it is said a young lady had been feinted
and waa reaiy. The rumor is that the
chairman waa rattled. Albany Demo
crat. A Law and Order Society was recently
organized in Port Orford, t be object beiog
to enforce the laws. Tbe organization
is a worthy one, and should meet with
favor throughout iba county. Port Or
It is repor:ed several persons litre
hare been exposed to smallpox, which
is now in the Armstrong iauiily in Vir
ion county. The tx posed have been
vaccinated, and it u hoped no new cases
will appear. SevbcTi Item.
Merchants who sell sawmill machin
ery in Portland say that the demand for
such goods is unusually large this ma
sou. Many men Irom the East aro
coming into tbe forests of the Northwest
and making investment', acd many of
tbeee are putting up mills.
It ia said that Hon. D. P. Thompson,
of Portland, who is one of the most ex
tensive growers of wheat in the North
west, if no: the moat extensive , is con
templating a trip to Russia, primarily Lr
the purpose of atudyiog the situation
and outlook in that country.
Preliminary arrangements for the an
nual reunion of the Southern Oregon
Soldiers' and Sailors' Association were
made las: week. It will be held at
Grant's Pass this year Septembtr IS to
22, inclusive tbe citizens of that enter
prising town having guaranteed the sum
of $500 toward paying tbe expenses
Probate Court Notes.
An allowance of $3 s month waa grant
ed Narciss Jangraw.
The sale of real property in the Jesse
Davenport estate, was confirmed.
In tbe matter of the estate of Thoe
Silva. Mary Dacosta was appointed ad.
minis Ira trix.
Ia tbe matter of the estate of Wm . M .
Bice, Mary A. Rice waa appointed ad
ministratrix. The sale of certain real property in the
C. Y. Benjamin estate to Mrs. Jennie
Stratford was con firmed.
Tbe viewers' report on the extension
of tbe Bock Creek road was accepted
and the toad ordered opened.
It was ordered that all coyote scalps
must be delivered to tbe county clerk
before bounty will be allowed.
In tbe matter of the estate of S. Marks
& Co., the sale of certain real property
to Horace Campbell waa confirmed.
Twenty dollars was appropriated for
special maps for road district No. 11.
and tbe rame amount for district No.
In tbe matter of the estate of James
A. Yarney, the administrator's final re
port waa approved and administrator dis
charged. In tbe matter of tbe estate ol Aaron
Uoee, the admiuistrator was authorized
to sell certain real property at private
In the matter of the estate of Jae. A.
McCalley; E. McBroom, AV. H.Jamie
eon and J. D, Hamilton were appointed
Tbe resignation of W. K. Medley, as
constable of Calapooia precinct, was ac
cepted and E. H. Pinkston appointed to
fill the vacancy.
In the matter of the estate of John
Kuykendall the administrator's final re
port waa approved and tbe administra
In tbe matter of the estate of Ora Lo-
ander Walker, C. L. Hamilton was ap
pointed guardian of the minor heirs, O.
L. Welker, Willie Smith, Ella Smith,
and Dora C reason.
Seattle, July 5. A Post Intelligencer
special from Olympia quotes (ioveroor
Rogers aa saying :
"There ia one thing that I do koow,
and that ia that it is idle sod useless to
talk or work against expansion, or tbe
holding of territory conquered by the
military branch of the United States gov
ernment. After seeing tbe reception
tendered lo the officers sod men of the
battleship Iowa at Tacotna yesterday, it
ia preposterous to talk against expansion.
Tbe people simply went wild oyer them,
and they were cheered to the echo, and
called the "beroea of Santiago." Even
the "masfiot" goat came in for his share
A MONSTER RECEPTION
Will be Given the Oregon Boys
At San francisco.
AN EX-P0PUIST ON THE WAR.
Ho Says " Some Very Pertinent
Things About the Philippines.
.Sax Fm.ykusi'0, July 0. Tugs ate
now keeping a sharp lookout for the New
port, bearing the de!achmeut of tbe
Second Oregon volur'eers from Manila,
while committees of citizens are prepar
ing a monster reception tor the boys,
who ara njr thougUt t &e usariug the
Golden Gate. The Newport ia 24 days
out fioui Iho Philippine, and, being
noted for her speed, may bo sighted at
anv time between now aud Sunday.
The Red Crcs Society n.et tonight
to further arrange for the reception,
which will be ooa ut the biggest ever
eivun here to home-coming soldier..
The tQj. Governor .Markliim has been
placed at Mnyor l'helan's .Hf-poesl, acd
upon the arrival of the trans?; rt, the
major, accompanied by tbe govrroor of
Calii'orn'u, and c) the govern -r of
Orrgcu and slatT, wi;l inert I be trxps ad
they come in over the heads.
Signals seul from Point Lobos aill be
ancwrrvd ny bolls and whistles from
frittoric?, milU and t earners.
li ibe Oregon loy arrive at oiM they
will remain in tl-e stream till uiorcirg,
when mauy vetels h ii j; la tho lsy will
join ia a grand rojc3:ion, honoring tho
A coaimittrc vl Native Sons of tlie
O lJon Wtst i!l ci-opra'.e with the
mavor ar.d lied t'ns S,H-.;eiy, f.ni the
troops wl! le peortcd tbro:!ti the
s'reets ty tn c.'cort, with tJeneril ibaft
er Rl the be.td.
Tub eveairg following liair arrival tho
Ore-ja boys i!l be piven a ronsing re
ception at the f---rry ilepo, and a Liu
qcet is ote of the g l things ia store for
The government iriLsparu'.ioi) tervioe
w now neeoti'.irg rat-a wih tLe rail
road c?uf-si:i 9 f .r ihs lem'.val cf the
Orejotian? to Portlao J. However, they
will uece?sar,ly be quartered forao time
at Ihe Preri:iio Liefore o;cjr north.
SAN FRANCISL'D rUSAPPOINTEU.
Troops Will Not Leave the Trans,
ports at the Uzy City.
Sis f kim'O'V, Ju!y Gcreial J.
D. Uabccdk. ftJj-ita:.t-,tii,r ' fj.'. ol the de
partment (i .'ilif .ri:;., I1-5 it-cvivtd
word that the Oreou voun!tera will h
mustered out at Vancouver, according to
the original plan. Tbe tracipor:e will
enter ibis port, boaever. ai.d may be de
layed for some time, according to tbe
necessities for coaling and taking on
Tbe troops will not be nnbaled from
the transport. Tbid is a disappoint
ment to many of tbe citkens, who had
hoped to nonor and glorify the return
ing volunteer. Tbey will proceed north
by water, probably on Ibe same trans
port;, although Ibis has not been de
Ex-Populist on tbe Philappine War.
Cmc.tuo, July C. A special to the
Tribune from Marys ville, Mo., cays:
Ex-Senator Peffer, of Kansas, was the
principal speaker at the Fourth of July
celebration in Marysyille. He said in
"Scarcely had the smoke of the battle
between Americana and Spaniards
blown from over Manila, when tbat part
of the earth began to show signs ot
American prosperity and order.
"Everything went along smoothly un
til some of oar soldiers were fired upon
by certain ruffians. It immediately be
came our government's duty to defend
the lives of our soldiers and the honor ot
our ccuutry, and t recure and preserve
peace and order.
''When that bus been done we can find
lime to disputo among ourselves about
minor questions cf government, but not
before. Tbose who oppose this policy
toil us that we are violating tbe princi
ples of the declaration of independence
by farcing our government npon people
without their consent.
"Will you open the doors of our pris
ons aud turn out all the men who aro in
carcerated there ugaiuet their coueeut?
This country originally belonged to the
"Did the wbilo man permit tho In
dians to born aud kill? To rctlraiu him
would be to govern him Hi'.hout his con
sent. We were dealing directly with Spain,
and when tho Spanish lleet was sunk
and Manila captured, tbe Philippines
came into our control under the interna
tional code, and wo came dirccly re
sponeible for them and tho acts of their
inhabitants iu lha eyes of the world.
"They are our a lo dispose of as much
as any territory of th'm nation, and if the
administration reduced to put down that
rebellion, it would bo derelict iu its duty
as it would be if it failed to put down a
rebellion in Missouri, or Kauaua or Tex
as." A unique feature of the Cottage Grove
celebration was a sigoal talk between
people forty miles apart. At 9:35 p.m.
several huudred people went to the edge
of the town to exchauge signals with tho
miners in the Bohemia mountains, 40
milea away. Signals were exchanged
for half an hour. They could bo plainly
seen, the sky being very cloar. Skyrock
ets were- uflod at both places.
Almost evtry volunteer otlicer has off
ored to ie-t ti't-t.
Indians in KoLmIwo cjiii.try, Alaska,
aro dyiiit; like sht.ep.
T.irty c.irl ijs I tobacco at Seattle
is ta tju'v to the tirie.it.
tiiviM!.:-r K usrs, of Washington,
conifs ut i'j fjivr ol expansion.
Traiiecunliuoutal railways will prob
ably ul! be in a bis heiht-rato war.
Snuio caiig'ert;;ui'u favor removal ot
Unite 1 St.i'08 mint from Carson City,
Nov.. to Seattle. Tacoini doesn't.
Uolcrt rentier, editor cf tbe New
Voik I.' djcr ami oanor ot valuable and
famous horses, d.cd the latter part cf
Cbiua has resolved 1 1 pull down its
great wall. It ui it nod a purchaser
by adJrrt?!-in the non-expai;sion party
in tho United States.
Ttiis year's production ' of beet sugar
in tbe United Su" is estimated at
122,000 tons froi. 144.0'.'d acres, a four
fold incic.it!: in o: t tear.
Geufril t His cuuld scartviy spend the
few hours of tunshinu occurring during
the rainy reason bclt-i than in discover
iug where Aguinel lo uet all his sup
Five youthful Imrglars, aged f.-uui 9 lo
12 years have bi?ru arrested in Spokane.
In a cave in uhi. li thtir plunder was
fouud nearly 500 worth ut merchandise
Mr. Dlnley's succeS'r in Maine pel
the ut-.tisaal and ra h: r etrikiog plura'i'y
of Popular us l'.!i;ley , bis
plurality Ltlearfll bcloa theee figur
es by 1S03. This is ye.w for re
publicmB. A run ot teuly-si. djy froui San
Fra'.t-isco to Mauila is the reiror.i of tbe
transport Grant, which bxs ju-: arrived
with cvr 1C00 men for Otis. Ik-.W
many years lh American uceau grry
housd wi.l be cattt:i ila'i u.e time id
th broad Pacilic, save a i "Loatern" ex
charge. ome tr.- at u loss t j ui:JrntiJ the
fl-.j-.v of go! J K rrop-ward, but the caue
is a perfeciiy ujt-ral cue. Ihe f.ir iec
icg, enc-ervative Euglithxt-u hca in ihe
for:i:iiis of ui rij irusl?, with rn'ic'i
aiitered stock aui t!i rtckleria pjeca
lations :Ib' on i i Auirricr, Ai cusu
for alarm, an J h; i ci-lii;. in l.i- in
vcstoicu's jo t'.rn c mntry, This alaaya
cau-.es t ifc gold rxporis. Teii-gr, m.
There ere sj luasiy joirg cattle
tkea out of O.voa lust year ti:a( many
persona feared a tenons reducwou in the
liurr.ber of cattle io tbe state had taken
place. T1.0 buyers who are fcounog
the e'si'e ar-; finding a pretty large num
ber of cr.t.e this year, however, aud the
sum thin ail! probably happea attain
nestyesr. lii-.rj aro very te states
in which :he i.nu;ber cf citilo r aired is
as iire iu proport: on V) the population j
as ia Orejn.
Horn, to the a ife of A. S. Bean, Juns
23. ISW, a Loy.
Mrs. L. M. Peikios returned to her
bo.no WeJr.es lay, from a week's visit to
Mr. and Sirs. A. W. llart retnrocd
home Wednesday, after f pending twoi
weeks at Coquille City.
Mies Mae Harlan, who baa been teach
ing echool at Yaqoina, returned to her
home in this city, Wednesday.
The outeiJe appearand of the McCal
lister Hotel is be;ti greatly improved
this week by a new coat of paint.
Mrs. Marion Cyan came down from
Cilendals on Tuesday's delayed overland,
and is a guest cf friends at this place.
Wert Moore, a recent graduate of the
normal at this place, has acorp.ed a po
sition as clerk in Heed's store, at Gard
iner. G. W. Sanders aud sou have pur
chased the store formerly owned by Sam
Joaej, titi 1 will uka charge of the same
lr. C. E. Wade ws called to Uose-
burg Saturday lo consult, with Dr.
Twiiche'l in regard to the serious Tineas
of Asher Marks.
J. A. Sterling, who has been Buffering
i i'j in a severe attack of rheomatiem for
the past three months, it mucn im
proved and able to be on the street
We learn that I. D. J oh neon, of Cot
tage Grove, has rented Wm. Mojre'a
place in the north end of town and will
reside here for tho purpoj-o of schooling
General (radio on the S. P. railroad
has tee u remarkably heavy eince Ibe
rebuilJing of the Leland bridge. A
Dumber of extra freight trains are em
Injustice Covingdou'a court at Oak
laud lust Meek, Mrp. Sarah Thomas se
cured a jiument against T. G. Kulh,
editor ol Ibe defunct Gazette, for f SI 50
dno her for board.
Clarence Clemente, who has been
epending the past few months in Port
land, arrived here Saturday for s week's
visit with relatives and friends. Mr.
Clo.r.euts came a-wheel.
Mies Laura 1". Jones wont to Portland
Monday, to attend, as a delegate, the
National Editorial Aesociatioo. The
editors wiil puss through Drain at 4:50
o'clock Sunday, July 0, going rb far
south us Aehlaiid.
Their First Fourth.
Sas Jt an in: Poiuo Rico, Julv 5. The
Fourth wao celebrated here yeeterday
with great oulhuoiuaui. Tho events
were a military and civic para in, barbe
cue, athletic sports, fireworks aud patri
otic epeecbes. Tho republican party of
rorlo Rico, in convention here yester
day, adopted a platform aud resolutiou
to support the government iu every
measure tending to Ameri.-aniz the islands.
New Store !
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
$ Low Prices !
and Druggist Sundries.
Complete Line cf Goods at
A. C. MARSTERS & CO. i
l'recrip tiens coin
ponnded Day and Night
his is the
C. W. PARKS
Speaking of High Grade Wheels!
While we Lave Imperials at $o5 aud $50 our $35 wheel is just as
high orade as our $50 one. the difference being simply in the finish
Tha above mentioned wheels are just as high grade as any wheel
ia tho market and NONE is superior in material or mechanism.
The oldest wheels now in use in the city are Imperials. Then
wheels have been in constant nse since 1802
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
SIIPIE 1 FEY GUIS 10 PROVISIONS
FINE TEAS AMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
ALSO A FI
UIVK U3 A TRIAL.
$ P. Benedick
. . .
Any Job Work done at
I Reasonable p,t", ,n
New Goods I
Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Perfumeries, Stationery, Cigars, j
A full and complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
and 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.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers.
ALL KISbS UF
LL LIKE Of
Cue Door South of P. O.
unaercaBP ana Lmcaimer. $
ifT.,.r. trt ? T
A Complete lino of
now on band.
Ladies Dres9 Goods, liibbons Trim
tuiogs, Laces, Etc., Etc.,
Also a fine line of
of the bet quality and latest style.
Staple and Fancy
Wood, Willow, aud Glassware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also oa
hand and at prices to snit the
An ap-to-dato line of
H. G. STANTON.
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Pullman first c'aM and tuuhut cart atUcbd
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Maaascr. G. P. Put. A.-: u
liirwt cviiavction at i-n Frai'lM-o titth
UainLi) how fvr Uaa:i, Japan, China, Tli
PhulipplnM and luui,i.
For thrnuab ticket, aixl ra'c. cail cu or '.-drcwl-B.
AtOORE Aeut or V. V. L-XIOS,
DENVER I M GRANDE 1 1
"Steak Uac ef tht WarM-
Tbe Favorite Transcontitit-iilal Route
between the Nvrthvest and all
Choice of Two liootea
Through tbe Kanioue
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Routes Fast
ol Pueblo and Denver.
Ail Passengers granted a day s-oo-over
in tbe Mormon Capital or aavabere re
tween Oiiden and Denver. Persocallv
conducted Tourist Excursions three days
a week to
Omaha. Kansas City,
St. Louis. Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets and anv Information Re
garding Rates, Routes, etc., or (or De
scriptive Advertising Matter, call on
.gentsui Ureson Kail way & .Navigation
Co., Oregou Short Idne or Southern
S. K. IlOOrEU,
Geueral Pass. A In kel Agent,
251 Wash. St. Portland Or.
Roseburg p. O. Hours.
Week days. 0:30 a. m. to S p. ui. Sun
days and holidays, C:30 to 9:00 a. m.
and 5:30 lo 7:3d p. m.
Roseburg to Marshiield Departs ev
ery day at 0 a. m. ; arrives every morn
ing. Koseburg to Myitle Point. Departs
evtry day at 0 a. in. ; arrives every
Roseburg to Millwood Departs every
dayescept Suudajs at 7 a.m.; arrives
every day except Sundays at 4:45 p. in.
Roseburg to Peel Departs Idaily, (ex
cept Sunday) at 7 a. tn ; arrives daily,
(evcept Suudayl at 3 p. m.
Koiebur to Luiley Departs Tues
days ami Friday t at 1 p. in.; arrives
Tuesdajs and Fii.bva at 11:30 a. iu.
If you suffer from tenderness or full
nnss on the ril.t side, pains under
shoulder blade, cormtipnuou, bilioueues,
sick heailacho and feel d ill, heavy and
sleepy your livr is torpid aud rougested.
De'itt's Little lirly RiFers will cure
you promptly, pleaKantiy aa rerma
nently by removing the corgrgtioo and
causing tbe bi!e duels to open and flow
naturally, thkv ark ;oon pills.
GENERAL DSRCCTCr V
.Tata oe vaoMoa.
rctury of Bt.te
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C. 9 Jlooe
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c. X. WoiTcnas
WB iCIMOAl, SivrBICT.
Prucutuif Allurnrr tico.lt. Siuas
p. . Lam. urru a. aoaaaea.
w 1 BetiTj BU
w 1. T. BrWfra
r. . vsaraaa avaaan.
Or.r-r "... . Taoe.
ocLaa court t.
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.O. W. Wonaeott
'W. W. Wiiaaa
'J. W. Conn
O. W. Iuniatca
H. B. Gillrtta
lr. X. V. Hoarer
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D. P. rtcber
cur or acazacbo.
W. A. ratT
) r Brewa .
C. W. Farka
IF W.Eemati ,
W, R. W iliia
IA. Field .
I F. W. 00 JcT
D. e. vrat
a 1 Ward
. tin Wanl.
T. W. CiLa4
t ITT WCRft IUTII4.
Thv CVxiaon Council ot tbe eitr ef XvMtSmra
mft the tint Mon-l.y ia each bmU aa S
o clock p. d.
cocat aaaaiosh '
The Circuit Court tor Doug! Cooarr mit'
Uuree timca a yrar u foliowa: Tfea ad Horn
day in Uan-h. ibe 4th Monday la Jona, a4 IA
Ut Monday ia Devcaaber. J. W. BaaUaHBat
aowbura ju-i. tiea.JL Brova,of FfrrtTir.
County CoMrt iueta the lat Wedaeadar aft-
the 1st Monday ol Jaatury, Mares. May. ia.
septemlier acd .Voranbar, Joa. Loe. if
train. juUze; M. D. TheopaM of eeotubej
and Ju. Byr.t. .,1 0!aPa. coaanumiL
Probair court in leaaioa eeauaaeaait; Jo
Sawtoty aa fga
DCfcEBCRtf UIV1SIOX KO Ca. B. OF L. t
v aiee'j eTry aceoad and toaria aoada. .
U,-OVX SKiXIfcF COKP8 KG. H, 11171
' Pit aaO mint Frkiaya la aana aaaata.
DKO rOST, fV. X, Q. A. StXXTS TSB
iv Sol aud tkird Tnandaya a eaeS an'i.
at 1 p. m.
A LP HA LODi.E, XO. C. K. OF MIXTi
' ercry .li..Uy areaias at Odd Film.
"- .mum &xiH;jie l m aoa
luuly inTilvd Ui attend.
T AL'REL LODUZ, A. F. A A. 3f SXGC1A I
meeunsa tae M and U adaaadara la
SXUE5E L. FA-RROTT W. M.
K.T. Jswstt, Secy.
T3 OcpURT, CHAFTSK. KO. a. O. X. auKtm
tbe bnt and laird Tboradaya af avk
LXBBIE COSHOW.HT M.
MAI Lg KAeT. tiee'y.
JODERX WOODMCXOF AMERICA. MFXT
a rirt and thud TBcady at each laooib
ia i be aid MaMiic iL
H. 1 M miu, Clerk.
OUDJIES OF TBE WORLD. 0k Caai
lit Kburc. eTery lat, 3rd tad &t Moaday
txir-mf. VUiiing neighbor alwaya wateoaaa
r- . O. P. CoeMOW, C. C
V.C LoSdox, Clerk.
pIIILETABJLAX LUuGX. KO. S. X. O. O. F.
caituruiT fw asjM M.a aJ
S. T. Jivrrr, fiec?. D. 8. Wxrr.
B v V; )lLK3- ROSEBCRO LODGE, KO. S3.
nniu tbeir recular euaamimicatMiB aa tae
t o. o. r. hall on around and fourth Thaiaday
ch month. AU mem beta rvqoeated aa aa
non rmiarir. and all Ttsiuna tuialiin car
liaily i:ited u attend.
CHAi L. HAD LEY. X. X
IRA B. RIDDLE, becreuxy.
DOaEBcRS LOIXiE, SO. la, A. O. V. W.
rnort. the aecood aad foarth Moadaya et
r-xh lauaia at 7 Ja. nu at Odd iVlewahaU.
a.oben o th order ia rood BUMiuta are U
r.trd to attend.
I. 8. Wel,
F. w. tu th.
jRA BROWS, M. D.
OFFICE, 303 Jackaoa Street, at res
idence ot Mis. J. Bitaer.
QEKLHiE M. BROWN,
Rooma ? aud I
rrk.r di Wiboo Block.
relepbune No. 4. ROjEBVRG, OREUON.
RA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
r.jlor Js WUsun Blk. ROSKBCRG. OXXUOS.
P W. BENSON,
Kou: t ;i. j
Review tin 1 ;.-
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will nwiu. Im .11 k. . .- r k.- a-.m. al
ao. in Maraton Baiiding, Deaiaa owaty, O.
Attorney at Law,
Rooma lit Mrttt r li;.I., ROtfEBDRG, OR.
W-Bu!Ju;- ib- S. Laud Office and
Late k.s.eift U. Lead osti-e.
QR.liFO. E. UOL'CK,
Pli3'sciau cc Surgeon.
Ollii-c P.t Oi!'uv hid. IvOc-EBCRtJ,
Phone, Maiu SI. OREUON.
J A. UCClf AN AN, Notary Public,
Collections a Specialty.
Mrtr Buitdiiiji. KOtfEBCRG, OR
To Loan : From $2,000 to (3,000, op
flr.t class tecurity. Address.
C.ll. P-iinToi., Rnselmrf, OrA-