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Execute hart notice at Driers
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ROSEBURG, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 17, 1899.
HE PLAYED 'POSSUM
.aw Private Millard, of Oregon
Yctesteers, Saved His Life.
TKE GRIT Of A SHERIDAN MAN.
Rebels Buraed Matches Under His
Nose and Bayoneted Him to See
If He Was Dead.
Sas Francisco, July 15. Pri vale L'
. IL Millard, company M, Second Oregon,
U a plocky boy, and bis Webfoot grit
v is ail that saved him on the night of
April 11, when treacherous "amigos"
held baretng matches oeder his nose,
rsbbed bint with tbeir bayonets and
lattal ttiitt, ABa fHae 1 kAa f ansat 4a en Vat
sure be was dead. Millard was obliging
aough to die l (he time being, but be
declared today at tbe Presidio that be
awv-M sever again "play possum" as
Y" m be lie J.
"rhe young patriots borne is in tiberi
dao, Or., and every man in hie company
likes to tell of hia heroism. He aaid to
"Trlve of as vent ou guard at mid
night 500 yards from our caoip acroaa tbe
river at Mariloa. Nothing ha pened till
nearly 3 o'clock. Bennet and I were on
lite outpost shift when we taw signal I
lights ironi the camp. The enemy had I
crept along lbs river between us acd tbe i
camp, and in less than two minutes they
"let fly" st us, it seemed, from all aides.
"We retreated toward ths south to
company F, runnioc along tbe railroad
track, but had not gone 100 yards before
a dszea men jumped op out of the tall
grass and Sred a volley right in our
faces. Privates Berry, Paine and Hoff
man fell deid, and I received a bullet
perforating my left lung.
"I crawled over the roadbed, across a
muddy dilcb, and lay at ill. Pretty soon
Filipinos fouud me and struck me a
. blow on tbe aide of tbe bead with hia
gun. I smothered a groan, for I knew it
would be all bver if 1 made a noise.
Taen two or three core ceute, en ore and
' threw clods at my head. Auotner lit
matches almost under my nosa and
would have singed my hair off if it bad
cot been for the mud and water. I tried
- to bold my breath. Then somebody
rolled me over, jabbed I ia bayonet into
my abdomen and left. The weapon
made onjy a alight wound, and I was too
much exhausted to feel it. Tbe oext
thine- I kno f araa in th tioanita!. No
- more 'poasam,' thank."
The trip to Dawson can uow be made
for f 140.
Ia England "amalgamations,1' not
"trusts" are being formed.
A Seattle assay office has received
11.000,000 Klondike gold this season.
President Gate, of tbe American
atsel and wire trust, ia on bis way West
. to establish a big plant.
There are '9000 school teachers in Los
Angeles, CaliL, iu attendance npon tbe
National Educational Association.
. Aguinaldo recently made a Howery
TIjcech at a banquet in celebration of the
JiiniverBary of "Filipino independ
George Jackson, who was serving a
term for murder in the Alabama peni
tentiary, died of excess of joy on being
It is generally believed ia Europe
that a compromise has been effected la
- the trouble between England and the
On account of the continued improve
ment of lira. McKinley 's health the
, President's Weetern ' trip will not be
A girl baby has been born to Mr. and
Mrs. IL M. BasseU oi Tacoma. Tbe
father and mother are 99 and 93 years of
A box, supposed to contain the bones
of Velasco, thedefenderof Morro Castle
in 17C2, has been found in Havana, and
will be sent to fipain.
Out of 1200 men comprising the 20:b
Kansas Regiment, only eighteen are of
foreign birth. Nearly the whole are of
Anglo-Saxon blood, and many more than
half are the sons of farmers.
Cornstalk i continue to look up. Tuey
yield cellulose, worth (100 a too, for
stopping holes in battleships, fine card
board and paper, the best foundation for
dynamite, a patent cattle food and a su
perior glue. Bat it ia said that 250,000,
000 tons of cornstalks still go to waste
every year in this country.
A woman notary public in Colorado
wai recently married and sought legal
advice as to what name she should use
in the future, officially. Tbe attorney
general of the state baa iioally given the
gratifying opinion that she must sign all
documents as beloie her marriage, for he
finds no law compelling, or even author
ising her maiden name on the simple ex
cuse of marriage. In fact, he cays that
there is no authority lor a chage of
name at marriage or spy other time.
is Never Done.
The consldnt crt causes sleeplessness,
loss of appetite, extreme nervousness. And
Ihil tired feeling. But 4 'wonderful
chtnge comes whcn Hood's StLrsa.pa.riHa.
is taken, gives pure, rich blood, good
sippetite, steady nerves.
MUCH SICKNESS IN PHILIPPINES.
Advices Brought by Volunteers Not
;in Keeping With That Given Out
by the War Department.
Sas KtAxciw), July 13. Advices re
ceived by tbe traneport Newport, dated
Manila,. Jone 11, are a- follows: - Tbe
volunteers arc greatly debilitated ia con
sequence of their hard catnpsiuning
through Hire rtonthsof tropic weather.
Since the tniJJlo of Mar no volunteer f
regiment has had a sick list of lees than
20 psr cent. Most of them at the pres
ent date had 23 per cent ill, and a few
regiments have less than one-third of
their number on duty.
The Nebraska regiment has su tiered
the worst. It came in from fcan Fernau
do a few days ago with leu (ban 200
men in tbe ranks. Some of ita com
panies have only two seta of fours. The
Sooth Dakota followed yesterday with
273 men on doty. . The V.ontaoa and
Kansas regiments at San Fernando hate
not tnve than 2S9 available men each.
Tbe morning after the Washington
troops to?k Morong. a wek ago, only
263 lneu responded to rollcall.
The Washington men have been en
gaged since March 12 in preventing tbe
insurgent armies of the north and south
from forming a juncliou in tbe region of
Logiina da Bay, often being engaged at
the same time with the enemy in oppos
ite directions. Twenty-four of tbe Ne
braska officers are on the tick list and
the Montana, Kansas, Wa&hing:ou and
aouia ustoia regiments enow u or
more officers in ths hospitals or tick ia
These rrgimenta have borne the brunt
of the fighting. Tbeir iosaea in killed
and wounded rang? from K'O ia tha
Montana regiment to 20 Nebraska tueo.
The loss of the Kansas regiment is sec
ond to that of Nebraska, while tho
Washington and fcoath Dakota regiment a
follow cljeely, each with losses of about
200. The Oregon reiaient also mile red
severely. Of the regulars, tbe Third ar
tillery is the Lea vital loser, its killed and
wounded numbering 123.
Oregon News Notes.
Recruiting hat begun at Yaucouver
W. U. and W. F. Gilsirap have leased
the Eugene Register for two years, C. D.
Ei wards retiring.
Oregon volunteers stopped st Nagasa
ki, Japan, on tbeir boms voyage and en
joyed shore leaye.
Thirteen thousand dishes were re-!
quired in which to eervs editors lunch
in Astoria, says the News.
Manager Graham is locating right of
way for a logging spur np Cunningham
creek, Coos county, a distance of four
The 10 -year-old daughter of A. W.
Hawley, who iives near Monroe, Benton
county, niaJe the round trip between
her borne and Corvallts, a distance of 21
miles, on a bicycle Tuesday without
An eastern editor who came all the
way from Miooesota to attend the meet
ing of tbe editorial association in Port
land bought his wife a piaoo while iu
that city. That editor knew how to ap- j
predate some of the good things to be
bsd iu Oregon.
J. K, Ehepard, a Polk county orchard
iat, has shipped his cherries the last two
seasons to Montana. He ships to a re
tail dealer, and thus gels the fall benefit
of the good price that always prevails in
that state. lie makes shipments two or
three times a week for a period of about
E. M. Hicks, ul Co'.tage Grove, who
was a rough rider and who was dis
charged owing to an injury received
while in camp, expects to leave for Sao
Francisco soon where be will enlist, if
fit for duty, and if not will go to Manila
anyway, where be will try bis fortune
for a time.
J. W. Bailey, tbe Dairy commissioner,
left for Coos county Friday, fie tays he
is kept busy looking alter the filthy
dailies about Portland. People seem lo
think all that ia necessary to run a dairy
is to get a lot of cows stabled up in a lot
in some gulch near that city, feed them
slop, and sell milk. Capital Journal.
That is not the way the Coos county
dairies and creameries are conducted.
Orcbardists in tbe vicinity ol JSalem
are finding ready sale for the cherries
produced this season, anJ are able to
secure a fair price. The shortage in
some other frails has created more local
demand than usual for cherries. The
fcalem cannery has been running sever
al days, and has put up about 13,000
quart cans of this fruit. O. .V. Allen,
one of the proprietors of the cannery, re
ports that the best of the cherries are
just beginning to tome in and that the
bulk of the output will he canned by thi
middle ol next week. The cannery will
begin putting np peas after the cherries
Greeting From General Summers.
Aboard Steamship Newport,
San Fbascisco, Cal., July 1-',
On behalf of my regiment I extend a
cordial band of greeting to all our friends
and relatives in Oregon. We return to
you after baying done the work started
forth to perform. AVe have striven hard
under many, difficulties, to prove our
selves worthy of tbe confidence reposed
and the trust we receiyed, aud hriug fair
credentials from the highest military au
thorities of our title to "Duty done."
We have ever held the fair name of our
state high, and leave to your judgment if
our work is without tarnieu. e all re
joice to be with you again. Health ou
tbe bhip has been remarkably good, and
the regiment returns in good condition,
considering what it has uudergone.
Commanding Second Oregon Volunteers.
Amid the Roar of Cannon
Cheers of Thousands.
NOW IN CAMP AT THE PRESIDIO
They Marched to CaniD Led by (Jen.
v ... . .
dnatter, uov. ucer ana urass
Bands. Were Deluged
Sax Francisco, July 14. Not since
the departure of tbe California volon
tests for tbe Philippines have tbo streets
of ban Francisco presented such a scene
of animation as tbey did today, nor have
steam whistles, cannon and bells created
ucb a mmpus, and all this in bonor of
tbe regiment of Oregon volunteers and
the California aigtml corps who have re
turued from foreign shores after over 14
months of hardship and fighuogv Home
gauut and sick, broken iu health- and
spirit, some beariug the inaiks of 'Fili
pinos' bullets, other letoroing to tbeir
native country full of vigor and life, and
even bettered by their trying expe rience
io the tropical climate and tbe vtgorout
campaign against follower ul Aguinaldo.
Ihecaufee of the demonstration was
the lauJiug oi the -Oregon volunteer aud
the Califoroians, preparatory to going in
to camp at tbe Preiidio and the final
-duateriog out, and then ths last at age of
tee j juruey to Oregon and home. Eirly
iu tue uay greal trow'l o! people com
menced taUienui " al-jti(j lite line of
march, and ou every crossing were lined j
op carriages, busses, bungles and trucks, j
all freighted witb anxious people watting i
to aid their hurrahs to the welcome gtv- j
en the returnicg troop. Factory whis
tles were blowji and the bay tteainera
added to the thiieking. Cai.ton were
fire I at several points and bell rang cut
the welcome ol San Francisco tJ tbe
Webfooters and the small coap ol na
tive eons who made up the signal con4
vt tbe California regimeo'.
The crowds increased with every min
ute and the minutes lengthened into
hours almost before tbe first group of
soldier: left ilie transports. As the line
lengthened tbe waiting crowd became
fully aware that the men were actually
ia sight, and then tbe din and roar ol
utincied wiih the
cheers of thousands, made it f eem as it
bedlam had really broken loose. First
in the line ol march was Major Noble,
lieneral Shatter' aid, followed by the
band of the Taird artiliery. Then came
tioveroor tieer of Oregon, and hia staff,
and they ere fjliomed by the Califoroi
ans, who fluieJ tbe -!ie-M witb the
Then ca:uj the regiaicat, beal-d by
Drigaller-Uencral Sjiuners, aul its
band. As tbe men marched,- coiftpany
front, np the wide street, tbey mads a
splendid appearance. An ambulance,
bearicg the sick and wouoded, followed,
then battery C, of the Third artillery.
All along the line ol march, tbe men
were cheered to an echo, and bands
hired by individuals played lively music.
As tbe soldiers passed the Palace hotel,
tbey were deluged with tl jaers thrown
from the windows by guests.
At the junction of Third, Market and
Kearney streets, the crowds were im
mense snd tbe throe morning papers
which have offices on tbe earners oi
those streets, vied with each other to see
wbich could make the most noise. Gen
eral Sbafter and staff acd (iovernor
lieer, of Oregon, and his etaff and many
noted army officers reviewed the parade
aa it pueed up Van Ness avenue toward
the Presidio. As tbe men passed the re
viewing stand, they cheered continually.
When the Presidio was reached tbe men
were given a rest and then commenced
tbe work ul going to camp.
Here they will rest under military dis
cipline for two or three weeks, a hen the
final mustering out will take pla;e, and
then they wiil be sent to their Northern
homes by train.
KKUIIVED PAY SAIIBDAY.
Sax FRtscisco, July 15. Saturday
the Oregor regiment received pay for
Msy snd June at tbe i'residio, much to
the boys' gratification.
All tne officers of the regiment are
anxious to have the men 'receive tbeir
final pay iu l'ottlaud, and will make
every eff rt to accomplish this end,
chiefly for the protection of the men,
who, when tbey are ones free from the
hurrah" of coming, will Lays some
thing to pay xpenses while they may
be looking for employment, aud not
rename civil life dead broke.
Work on the Camp.
t.s Fiiv.NCiscj, July 11 Work is be
ing pushed on the new "model camp" at
the Presidio for the accjuiui jJation of
the returning volunteer regiments, par
ticular attention being given in the sani
livery precautiau will ha taken to
guard against sickness among tbe 50U0
troops that aro expected to be in camp
ou the reservation, until they can be
mustered out of the service.
Dew ey Will Cut Trip Short.
New Yopk. July 11. A diepaleh to
the Herald from Tort Said saye: The
cruiser Olympia arrived here this after
noon. 1'ewey, w ho is looking very well,
has been reluctantly obliged to decline
the invitation of Minister Strauts at
Constantinople to stay with hiiu on tho
Boephoru?. 11b ia anxious to get to New
York as soon as possible, and has de
cided to proceed in the Olympia (o
Trieste, where he will make a short stay
for the change of air, proceeding thence
ROLL OF HONOR
Oregon Volunteers Who Will Never
Following is a full list uf rnniialities 'in
tbe Second Oregon:
DIKIIOF DlfcKASK. .
E!ius Ihitchinsou, M, June 21, IS'JS, at
Edgar J. Jot.nso i, I), July 28, 18'JS,
Kufus K. lloh.r.ok, C, August 10,
Edward C. Young, A, August 11,
lS'.tS, Cavite. !
Hubert II. Applegate, P, August 13, j
18US, Sau Fraucieco.
Chirles W. Mead, C, Auguet 18, IS'JS,
8 m Fraucieco.
James W. Brown, B, August 20, 18'JS,
William II. Roberts, l, August 20,
IS'JS, San Francisco
Robert K. Perry. A. August 25, 18JS,
Wi!laiu Fields. L (hoapital torpr, lr.
S. A.), September 3, IS'JS, Cavite
A Mcdine, A, S?pteuiher 5, IS03,
' E'i:--l.G. Segur, F, San Fraucisco
Chule Mioler, M, Sep!emter IJ.lS'Jj,
Mauila. - .
EliiJtW. Ordaay, 11. September 21,
1S0S. at 'jea.
lieorge W. Slarmer, B. September 27,
Frank 11. lid-no, ti, September 27,
James J. R-id,.M, October 2. IbVd,
Harry I. Wheeler, l, October 5,
Clia'les A. Horn, C, October 10. IS.,
Ciuirle II. liul.l. If, October '.'0, 1!W$,
Percy Oliver, 11, Fovecuber 2, 1SUS,
MniU. . .
j Lewi E. Miller, A, Nov-mber 8, 1S'J3,
' John II. Feutoo, C, November 10,
Clyde lVrkins. K, November 22, 1SHS,
Charles MrKiunon, F, November 24,
IS:, M inila.
Otis Drew, B. November 2t, IS'JS, Ma
itila. Frank V. Hibbs. A. IVtfmWr 8, 1S93,
Fred J. Norton. F, December 8, IS'JS,
Harry J. Hibbard corjor i' K, De
cember i, ISJS, Manila.
Wistar Hawthorn, C
Chester W. HubbarJ,
, January 10,
K, February Z,
Pearl Djty, I'., F'ebruiry4,
Michael P. Croly, D.February 0,
O.-in I'lcVuer. M, Nrptember 21, IS'JS,
Henry Arpio, E, l'orlland
Henry O' Flaherty, L, March 9, 18W,
Tavlor. B, April 4. l&TJ. Ma-
Kelly, ii. May II, 1S'J9, Ma-
John SpieriugS, II. Miy 10, 1W, Ma
Lyman J. Kelsay, D, May 29, ISW,
Ralph A. Klell, A. June .1. ISV'J. Ma
oila. i fclLLtn i;v Avuar.
Ie K. Murso itirot sergeant) L', Jan
nary C, 1SU'.), Manila.
Tncse namei. wh rh d) not appear in
tho list of losses, were leaved by ths
Oregouian duriog the regiment's sojourn
Charles Y. Kent, (.', measles, Honolu
lu. Charles V. Dell, M, pneumonia, San
KILLED IN ACTION.
S.a Fkasc!io, July 12. The follow
ing casualty list wai furnished when
the transports came in :
Ldain Hamptcn, U, February 22,
lS'J, San Tedro de Macati.
James Page, 1, March 19, 1SW, La
guna de Bay.
Guy Millard, L, March 23, 1SW, Mala
bon. William M. Cook, 1, March 23, 1SW.
Bert Clark, A, March 25, IS'W, Mala
bon. L. V. Strawderman, L, March 25,
Hays U.Taj lor, I., March 25, 1S99
Charles K. liubart, L, March 23, 1SV9,
U. 13. Adauif, 1, March 23, lS'JJ, Mala
bon. (Die! ii hospital March 26.)
Joseph L. Berry, M, April 11, 18!)9,
M aril ao.
Henry Payne, M, April 11, lSW, Mali-
Hubert Holl'mac, M, Aiiil 11, 1SW,
Bert B. ChauJIer, C, March 23. 18'Ji),
Malabon. (Died iu hospital April 13.)
t.ieorge Uichamer, G, March 25, 139'J,
Malabon. (Died in bcspital April 0 )
James HariitiKUm (scout) G, May 1G,
lS'JJ, bridgs ucar Sin Uciue.
William Mcllwain, II, Juno 3, lS'JV,
John Kehoe, O, June 4, lS'JO, Mauila
James li. Lawrence, company M.
ICalph G. McCoy, company M.
Clarence Mills, company M.
Bugler of Yiscaya Enlists in
Ntw Youk, July It. 1'eJro Orizar, 12
years old, who was cabin-boy and bugler
ou tho Spanish cruiser Yizcaya, has en
linteJ in tbe United States navy at the
navy-yard. Ho will 1 sent to the train
iiig school at Newport,
iNew More i
taV T . m
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
Low Prices !
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ffflf tfffwTff ifffiflf
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
x I'reacripticns couu-
poandeJ Dsy and ight
his is the
Speaking of High
While we have Imperials at $35
11 wh grade a9 our $50 ons the difference bainff simply in the finish
The above mentioned wheels Bre jost as high grade as anywheel
in the market and NONE is superior in material or mecbanibui.
The oldest wheels now in nse in the city are Imperials. These
wheels have' been ia constant nse since 1SJ2
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
UEALKBa IS ALL KINDS OK
STAPLE UP FIKT GROCERIES li PROVISIONS
FIME TEAS HMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
TOBACCO & OIGrAPLS.
UIVK td A TRIAL.
i P. Benedick
Any Job Work done at
f Reasonable p-". aai
Wilt??wfWf fflff ff flfwfiff f?
Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Perfumeries, Stationer, Cigars,
and Druggist Suudries.
Complete Line of Goods at j
Reasonable Price?. 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
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers.
and $50 onr $35 wheel is jnst
Ouc lMor SuutU ol 1". O.
HOSIIBl Kli, OKKUON,
Undertai1 end Embalmed
A Complete linn of
now on band.
Ladies Dress Good, ilibbon, Trim
umdks, Laces, Etc., Etc.,
Also a fioe line of
of the best quality and latest style.
(Staple and Fancy
Wood, Willow, and Glassware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also oa
hand and at prices to suit the
An Dp-to-date line of
H. G. STANTON.
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Pullman first ela and tonrirt can attached
to all iraHls.
BMtui nail DaUly.
30 r. h.
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orraUit Mail taily (Except sautlay).
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At Albany and Corrallia connect with trains
ol Conralua at Eastern rauroad.
InJ pvudtnte Pawengcr Daily tuxcrpt onjaj )
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Manacer. ti. . at Paaa. Ayei t.
Dirett connection at an KnuclM." nilh
7t.-am.bip hues for Hawaii, Japan, C Uiua, The
l'liiUi'piQo au-t Australia.
I.t Ibrouib l.. ket aii-i rat call or al-
drtf U B. MtX'KK Asnl V. C. LOSDUS,
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Tl o Favorite Transcontinental Koute
Between the Northwest and all
Choice of Two Koules
Through tbe Fauioue
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Boutes Fast
of Tueblo and Denver.
All rassengers granted a day stop-over
in tbe Mormon Capital or anywhere be
tween Ogden and Denver. Personally
conducted Tourist Excursions three days
a week to
Omaha. Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets and any Information Re
garding Kates, Koutes, etc., or for lie
scriptive Advertising Matter, call on
Agentsiol Urezon tutilway navigation
Co.. Oregou Short Line or Southern
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Geueral Pass. & Ticket Agdtot,
R. C. NICHOL,
251 Wash. St. Portland Or,
Roscburg P. O. Hours.
Week days. 0 :S0 s. m. to S p. m
days and holidays, t:J0 to 9:00
and 5 :o0 to 7 :30 p. m.
Uoseburs to Marsbfield Departs ev
ery day at 6 a. m. ; arrives every morn
Kosoburg to Myrtle Point. Departs
every day at 6 a. in. ; arrives every
Koeeburtf to Millwood Departs every
day except Sundays at 7 a.m.; arrives
every day except Sundays at Xs p. id.
Koseburn to Beet Departs Jdaily, (ex
cept Sunday) at 7 a.m.; arrives daily,
I (evcept Sunday) at 3 p. m.
Koecburg to Lurley Departs Tues
days aud Fridaya at I p. ru.; arrives
TuesJays and Fii l.iys at 11:30 a. m.
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ucee on the rijlit siile, pains under
ehouKlcr blade, couetipation, biliouauess,
sick headache ami foel dull, heavy aud
sleepy your livr is torpid and congested.
DeWitt's Little Karly Uisers will cure
you promptly, pleasantly and perma
nently by removing the cDi'Htstioo anl
causiujE the bile ducts to open and flow
natnrsllv. tiiky ake wwd hlls.
A.C, MAUSTKRS& CO.
ITboa. H. Tt4-i( ,f
T. T. l,t
Secretary el Stale
State 1 reanarcr
8upC ful. Inalruction..
SUte Printer ,
Attorney tie'neraJ .
it i i , r. i. J. 1 t.
...C. S. Uoor r
I. H. Aekerntor
if. A. Moors
C. X. Wolreno
PruKcuUnc AKorney .. Geo. M. Broa
v. a. i-tuD ornca, mamu.
Receiver ....... .....Henry leth
Segiaier J. T. Bnie
A. W. Seed,
if',. W. VlMMull
ac.reacnUtlcs- w. W.'Wlino
(J. W . Cms
1. T. Gader
K. U BieiBeM
O. W. Dimaiek
School Bapeiiateudent .
Coanty Jiuit e-
) M. D. Tbomanoa
i Jaa. Byroia
.-itt. E. V. Hoover
.11. W. aTiUer
citt or aoaascaa.
A. C Kazstara
W. A. tiater
IF P Brvwa
,C. W. Parks
V. W. BMm
w. R. Wi.Ua
A. Fie Ida
W. J. Lander
. w. wooiier
. V. Sloeum
D. & Wakt
,beo. larvy -
cut tovK ii. misniui.
The O.mmon t'oaacil of tbe city ol SokImik
mrrta tbe lint MoodaT la nrb bmib at a
o clock p. m.
Tbe Circuit Court fur Doozlsa CmiIt bmu
three Umca a Tear aa foUnwa: Taa ad Mas
day in March, the 4ta Monday la ioaa, aa4 the
Ut Monday in December. J. W. HaaUtuaat
KowDurt- )u.ie. Ooo. tL. Sraa,l Koaeoaif.
County Cou-l nraeta taa lat Wednesday aft-s
the lat Monday of Jaaoary, March, May. jaly,
September and Sorember. Joa. Ltoar. H
uraic. JuJxe; M. D. Thompaoa of Seoitsbar
and Jaa. B- roo, of Olalla. rim aitfi ia .
Probate Coort ia in iraairin eontlBiMHMiT. Jm
Q.EKXiE M. BROWN,
A ttorney-at-Law ,
Boona T and S
Taylor Wilson Block.
RA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
fa j lor A Wuaoa Bik.
W. ESN SON,
Koobu I and 2
Vy R. WILLIS,
A.ttorney and Counselor at Law,
. WTOBnaataaaiaatttaecavataaf IkaStaaa. r
aa tm Maratera Baadinc. Saawlaa ombt. O.
Attorney at Law,
Booma 1 i U f aaters BUI., BOSXBCBO, UB.
nr-Buaineaa before tha C. a. Land Oatea ui
autiiuf caaea a apeoaltr.
Late BeceiTer C. 8. Land OSte.
JA. BICHANAN, Notary Pnblk,
Collections a Specialty.
Attorney and Counselor.
Mining an-l Irrigation Ltw. Sellle-
ment of estates a specialty.
Masters Bid. RUBBC KG. OKGJM.
rciepbune Ko. a.
IRA BROWN, M. X.
OKFICS, SOS Jackaon Slrael, at res
idence ot Mra. J. Bluer.
QK.GEO. E. HOUCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
Office Pt Oillce B'.'l
I'hone, Main Ul.
pOSKBCRO DIVISION KOCH, B.OF UL,
meeta erery aecoud and (oona;8anday.
twOMIS'3 RtXIT COKP3 NO.
arat and luird Fridaya in
RKSO POST, SO. ,
fiimt aud third Th
G. A. B.. MEXT8 THI
firat aud third Thnndays of each ateaUt.
at t p. m.
A LP HA LODGE, SO. 47, Z. OF P., MEXTS
CTery Weducaday erening at Odd Feliowa
Hall. Viaitia klnixbu In good ttandlBf OU
Ualiy laTited to attend.
LAUREL L01. A. F. A. M., RJGCLAB
meeting the 2d and tlh Wedseadajs la
rrcESE.L. PARROTT W. V.
S.T. jEWKTt, S ecy.
r. OSKBf Rti ( HA PTES, SO. S.O. K. 8..MXXT8
tv the tit aud tturl Thuratlaja oi
MAI DK RAST, sscc y. '
lOUEKS IHDMEX OF AMKBICA. MEET
ou tit and ttiiitl Tuvaday ot vitch mouth
iu the M Maaouic hull.
U. W. Miller, V. C.
It. L. XI vKSTias, Clerk.
U-OODMKN OK TI1K WOR1.1'. Oak Cama
Xo. 1- '. i.n-i lit al Ihe OtW Fellow' Hall
in tuubtiix, i ti'iv )t, . rd aud oth Monctay
evcuins- Visitiutt ncighbora always welcoma
O. P. I tuow, f. C.
V.C Iw, Clerk.
IUiLTAKIAS LOiJtiE. SO. 8, L O. O.
L O. O. T.
Sjttnrtlar oroninv i,l iLi'h wtk at
their hall in CHitl Fellow Temple at Roseburg.
MeuU:raol the tijvler iu sood fiandiuc areinTlt
ct to attend. 1. W. el KO-Nt... M. It
S. T. Jkwktt, Sec'y. U.S. WrT.
Br.H. KLKS, ROSEBCRQ l.tlH;K, NO. SS.
kol! Ilit'lr regular ruuununit alioua at lb
I V. O. F. tiallttn stxuud antl luiirlli Ihuraday
ii each mouth. All uit-uibeca requested to at
tt'ii'l n-u!:irly. and ail vt-mni; brvthvra cor
luilv ui iietf to nttentl.
CU.VS. L. IIAULKY, S. R
IK V B. U!;IH.E. Hirelaxj.
kOSEBCRQ LOlXie, SO. 16. A. O. U. W.
nivcta the scvond and lourth Moudays ot
echniouthat;:oi. m. at Odd Fellows hall.
Mcmbeia ol the order In good standing ar la
Tited to attend.
P. 3. West,
F. W. Rojtfh, FinainT.