The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, July 20, 1899, Image 1

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PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY.
Vol. XXX.
ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1899.
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ALGER (US RESIGNED
The Name of (lis Successor Not
Given Oat
WIST MILES IN OTIS' PUCE
Minnesota Senator Strikes a Popular
Chord President Not Blamed.
V Confidence in Mile.
, WasHUKTOK.-Jsly IkSecretary ol
War Aljrwr bas tendered his resignation,
to Uke effect at tbe pleasure of the
president. o Intimation has yet been
Riven oat as to who bis soccessor will be.
Nrw Yo, July 19. 1 special to tbe
World Iron Washington says : Senator
Nelson, of Minnesota, in an interview to-day,
sail;
'There seems to be a strong feeling
aaoog tbe people that Major-General
Otis baa not paabed the campaign in the
Philippines ss Yigjrouely as be should,
and it might be well lor the president to
put another general in authority,-
"I bO'iove tbe people woold liie to see
lienor! Miles sent to tbe Philippinee
and placed is c&aunead. There ia a geo
end confidence in bis ability as a soldier
and Kauipeigoer. I do not think tbe
preside I or the war department bas
been to burnt. Otis should bare asked
lor more taen and should hare teen to it
that when be took an insurgent Tillage
or stronghold be bed strength enough to
boUit."
Not Sore ef tbe Volunteers.
Poet lax d, Jul? 10 General Cbaa. E.
Beebe and other prominent citizens will
leae this evening for San Francisco, for
tbe purpose if endearoring to have tbe
Ortg-m regiment returned in a body to
Portland, after tbe muster oat at San
Francisco.
STILL F1SHINU FOR AN ISSUE.
Democracy Is Still Puzzling Over a
Parameaut iasoa or Battlecry.
Saw Yokk, July 17. George W.
Keeney, presided of tbe Association of
Silver dubs, said last night to a Times'
reporter:
I do not think that free silver coin
age will be made the principal iseoe in
-the platform tbe democrats will adopt
next year. If Mr. Bnan obtains control
C tow con ran lion be will, of course, eee
that silver baa a prominent place in tbe
plariorm, but no man or faction can, I
beiisvs, force that iseoe back into tbe
peomlnaoc it had in 1SDS. Toe party
leers it would Lava bo chance of win-
; sing on that old issue. Bee idee there is
clamor for new issues and a fight
along new lines.
"I do not believe that an ti-imperialism
will be made the chief cr even a con
spkaoos fast are. Tbe best men in tbe
democratic party either approve tbe pol
icy ot tbe administration or feel that the
present court bas been inevitable and
must be fought through to success. It
wQ sot do for Bryan to put himself
asainst the brains and patriotism of the
country.
Sany of his friends have felt that be
la only losing ground by bis present pol
icy of attacking tb administration and
,havo advised bim to fight on ground
where hs can easily score a victory. '
"Wi lave urged bim to attack Ir
Eialey for tbe palpable errors in the
. cosdact of the war. Be could score a
hit by showing that it was doe to tbe ad-
- jnisiatratioo'a diletoriness that so much
fighting and slaughter has beeo necee
' ary and by bowing that our soldiers
' wars actually CUrred in the field. Auti-
erpansioa wont do. We succeeded isst
year la electing one democrat in Oalifor-
, sia merely becaoaeLe favored tbe an-
, cezatioa of Hawaii.
"Again, the trusts are not to be played
very heavily as a political card. They
are aso confused by the action of such
- capitalists aa Bavemeyer and Hunting
ton, and there is a feeling that the trusts
lie re at last got a pretty good sUgs in tbe
democratic party."
Mr. Keener said that there is s very
" decided revolt in the South snd Kast
against Brysn. "Gorman is stronger
than be is usually considered," l;e said.
"There is a strong deposition on ths
part of the Eastern sod Southern demo
crats to try an Eastern man next year,
nd Gorman may prove to be a very
; powerful tactor In tbe result.
Tbe Southerners sre repeating that the
Western combination failed in 1896 and
1833, and that the cuief consideration at
this ime is success.
"They win, I believe, demand a demo
. crat who will unite the East aod South,
and one who will not in himself revive
the eld issues upon which e hive met
only defeat and disaster
Cuban bandits kidnapped Galierrez
CsUs, a rich Spanish merchant of San
Cristobal, and are holding bim for a ran
som. -
41 MitiiMii
a Silver Lining.
t f
The douds of bid blood ttrveloping
fumuniiy k&vt a silver lining in the sfape
,'of specific to remove them. Sis Hood's
Sis&iptrilU, Americas Greatest Medicine,
which drives out R impurities from the
Mood, of either sex or any age.
VOTE WAS TAKEN AT MANILA
To Muster Out at 'Frisco and No
nanner of Argument Could Induce
Volunteers to Chaoge Plsns.
Pt'BTLAXD, July 17. The member of
the governor's staff who went t meet
tbe retaining Oregon oloutoers reached
Pot (laud this morning ou the delayed
overland.
Governor Geer -topped off at Salem,
the other members of the party, among
whom were Adjutant-General 11. 1. Tut
Ue sod Colonel D. M. Dune, coming on
0 Portland, Each one of there geutle
men were beseiged by anxious friends as
soon as tbey arrived in lb city, aod
it kept them busy answering questions,
so that by tLo lime the reporters reached
them tbey were all aboat talked to
death.
"Tbe boys are in good bralth," said
General Tattle. "That is, as good as
could be expected, aod unless tbe vol
unteers contract colds snd fevers at tbe
Presidio, tbey will get home in Rood con
dition. "I am not able to say what will be
done about supplying tbe men with over
coats. Some arrangements will be made
at once by General Summers. This la
an important matter, and will not ad
mit of delay.
ALL WASTU) 'FKIMO0.
"It was a great surprise to the ov
ernor aod hia staff a ben it ass learned
that tbe bays had derided on San Fiaa
rise j as tbe tuusWing-oot puiot. Tbia
decision, tbey declare, was reached, aud
tbe official ballot filed with General Ods
before leaving Manila.
"After ths transports had been light
ed our boat hurried out to meet them.
In Some a ay the ih wepaper men had
got oa the transports a few momenta
ahead of us, and bad told the boys of toe
great reception Oregon was preparing to
givetbem. Aa suon ss tbe goverooi'a
boat went alongside, aod aa wo ex
changed greetings, we also begaa to tell
the boys what was in store fur tbeiu np
on their ai rival at the mouth of tbe
Colombia.
" 'We sre to be muttered out uere,' "
came from hundreds of thera at once.
Then aa we r-ndeavored to tell them what
preparatioos were being made and how
ths mothers, fathers, wives, sUter sad j
sweethearts were waiting to give tbe.ru!
soch a welcome aa they bad never heard
of. tbey completely drowned our voicrs
with cries of 'Frisco, Frisco.'
"It wss useless to try to argue with
them. Tbey would not listen. It
seemed that they bad msde np their
minds to go out at San Francisco and
get their travel pay home, and nothing
woold have prevented iu
"Tney said tbey would come here if
their losses would be made good by tbe
people of Portland. Some one insisted
on my sending a telegram here to that
effect. I felt that it was useless, but ;u
order to satisfy all, the dispatch was
sent.
"Apparently the members of the regi
ment did not care for a reception, but
wanted first to set ashore on their nstive
land as quickly as possible, and they
wanted their travel pay, as many of
tbem were short of funds already.
"Tbe bays were delighted to eee the
governor there, and cheered bim loudly,
except when be talked of coming here to
be mustered oat. It was learned that on
tbe way over tbey bad been guessing and
even betting whether any one from Port
land woold be at San Francisco to meet
tbem, and wheat tbey found Governor
Gear there, tbey wero greatly pleased.
Evidently the governor saw, as the
rest of oa did, that nothing else would do
tbe boys but to land them at San Fran
Cisco and allow tbem their travel pay.
We knew the disappointment would
be great here, and it was great with us,
but there simply wasn't any remedy for
it so far as we could see."
Colonel Tattle think the volunteers
will be mastered out inside of three
weeks. He tsys an effort will be made
to have tbem paid off on tbe wsy borne,
but does not know whether it can be
accomplished or not.
Oakland Items.
Mrs. M. Tynan is visiting friends in
Jefferson.
Miss Xors Miser is visiting relatives st
this place.
J. H. Shops of Boeeburg was an Oak
land visitor Saturday.
Mrs. L. C. Marcellus of Portland, is
visiting st tbe home of her mother, Mrs.
Mary Smith.
W. II. Joy left Sunday morning for
Portland. He expects to be at-sent
about one week.
Ground is bfing cleared for the crea
tion of several new buildings on the
main street of onr town.
Quite a number of Oakland people are
enjoying an oaung in tbe luountaios,
during the present warm weatber.
The family of Wm. Taylor Lava re
turned to their old home near towu,
from Springfield, where tbey have re
sided for tbe past two years.
Bev.J. E. Blair, oi the Preebytcriau
cyurcb, bas been appointed Sauday
school missionary and will leave in a
short time for bis work. Ilia family
will remain in Oakland for the present.
Sometime ago it was learned that
binding twin wss in the hsnds of a few
and that it was liable to fifteen or six
teen cents a pound raise. Thereupon the
eranees over tbe state took the matter
in band with the purpose of dealing
directly with leading firms in the east.
The bead dealers at Portland immedi
ately took the biot and with their cus
tomary enterprise placed binding twine
down to ail farmer so that binding
twine caa now be had in large or small
quantities at 12 to 122' cents. Tbe
grange will ajwsys be an Influential
factor exerting a wholesome iofiaeucsin
belialf of the farming classes. Junction
City Timea.
CLOTHING fOR TROOPS
President McKinley Provides Ov
ercoats for the Volunteers.
COMPLIMENT TO GOV. GttR
Colorado Volunteers Ssil From Ma
nils. General Otis and the Press
Ccncorship.
.WAbiimGTOS, July 18. Prfbulett Mc
Kinley bas received a telegram from
Sau Francisco saying that the Oregon
troops st the Presidio were without over
coats and were suffering frou) the weath
er and in danger cf pneumonia.
Tbe dispatch stated that having just
returned from a tropical climate they
could not withstand the cold, and tbero
were plenty of overcoats in tbe quarter
master's department. '
President McKinley dirmed that mch
clothing as was necessary for the coaifo.-l
of tha (root te issued to them at ouee.
It is stated at tbe war department tbat
the matter of clothing lor tbo troop ie
nt their own disposal. Ech ui-iu is i
lowed f 100 rxtiuallr for clolhicit, aud if
he does not ure the whole utr.outt he
drawa I bo residue. The Orrgu ti; n
tau draw upon tbis clothiug cre-lit if
they want to and gt overcoats or other
thing, but it mill Ic charged to their
clotblng account and taken out of tbe
j money paid them ah.u they are mus
tered out.
Compliment to Uovernor Gccr.
The following man circulated
iu tbe
reiiiment:
"Sax lKA-Misto, Jo!y 17. To lit
Fiffllpnrv T T. t;r li,i;i.iiu ..HI, a. '
gon: Sir Tbe enlieted n.ea cf ilnr fo
ment desire to express to tou liie dreu
aentimetit of cratrnJa whicit vour t.oble
and appreciative eindacl bid inspired iu
eocn o- us. rlriot:sm do not lind cx-
preesion iu battle alone.
Lie wboboUa tbe reii.s o power with
such toleration ihtpereocal pe-lip-a a-o
eacriSt-d lo h:s Inferior' convictions of
rigbi, commands a loyalty that contests
io arma fail to matotain, and t.oae can
be mere eenciiif e to respectful consider
ation than the enhtted men of the Unit
ed S'ates army. We fe I most highly
honored by tbe attentioua received at the
bands of yourself and staff. Very obedi
ently. Enlisted Men of its Second Ore
gon Volunteer."
flora Volunteers Returning.
WasuimjIon, July IS lll.wirg
has
been received from Gtiieral Otia:
Manila Cjotiooal heavy rain and
ct clonic S'orme. Tbe Colorado regiment
sailed on the traoeport Wafren yester
day. In addition 130 discharged men
took passage. The Caiiforoians on ths
Sherman have arrived from Kegros.
Tbe Teasel must await the surjeidnce of
the typhoon now prevailing.
Otis CororresDoadents flust Oo
New Yokk, July 13. Tho Washington
correspondent of the Herald qoots s
member of the cabinet as follows :
"Either Major General Otis or the
newapaper correspondents must gj. To
depot the correspondents would proba
bly be accepted at boine and abroad as a
return to the old Spauieb method of
inuzzliog the press. To relieve Major
General Otia will meau an official ac
knowledgement of bis fault and a de
moraliziiion of military discipline."
Toe above statement was made when
the member of tbe cabinet was asked to
discuss the problem which confronts ths
administration ss a reault o! publication
of the nswepaper correspondents'
"round robin." protesting sgainat the
course of General Otis in preysutkg tbe
real facts regardiog the Philippine situa
tion from becoming known.
No
Attention Will Be
Protest.
Paid To
Wakiusoiox, Js?y 13. It was stated
at the war department "today that no at
tention whatever would be paid to tbe
"ronud-robin" of Manila correspondent.
Pretest was not seat to O.ie and it ia
ssid he will not bs called upon for aa ex
planation. Io ad Jition to tbi?, it wss in
timated that very euconrgiog news has
been received from the Philippines, aud
that the situation was very much better
than georally believed.
Bear Stories."
l'jn't get worried oyer ths "baar sto
ries" of the aunties tbat it is imposaiole
for us to peacefully govern the Philip
pines. Eemetnber the fact tbat little
Holland has possessions in the East
Indies, pe spied by MayUya, akin to the
Ftlipioos by race. She governs 31,000,-
000 of these people with lower than 10,
000 soldiers.
Tbe Tsgals number ouly ,000,000, all
told, and they sre the only rsce in the
Pbilippinea which is in rebellion.
Blade.
Something should be done to preten l
the spread of tho fires now rasing in the
mountains west of Lsksview, ssys the
Lake view Examiner. The mountains
are full of smoke snd the valleys will
soon be ss bad. L. P. W. Quimby,
Oregon's game and forestry warden, has
written in regard to Ibid matter. He
wishes to appoint deputies for this coun
ty, and will do so when suitable persons
can be fonnd to fill the position..
General News.
Dewey bat tiled his claim for navsl
bouD'y.
The Cuban Lanka r-ek protection
from Hpaitieh nilver.
Juneau will have a uew HO.tXK) contt
b(.us, built t y i lie government.
Siagaay iiihu recently sold a ahlpn.ent
of rgiie in Da son at $90 a cae.
Tbe Sot-iaIit Litor pittv's metting in
New Voi It aonud up in a free fight. -
Total coll brought down from KIou-Jik-
tbua far tbis year ia f3,f 70,000.
Tbe govt rum nt ia to be asked to ap
propriate money for farming implements
for Cuba.
A parly of "Wild West" Sioux ln
diaG,12in nuvber, are stranded in
Germany.
1'refi lent McKiuler has accepted an
inviiation to viil Peoria, III., on hia
trip Weat.
Cartt r Utrrieou, ( Chicago, a ill ask
for the democratic presidential nomine
liou in lUJ-i.
onu'o-a and lepreeeotativee sre said
tohavu I'icUte I apviiiittcen'-a rf tew
Viluntcer Miru-cre.
C' aJ ans took American t!ag off
Deary j k, near .vsu-way, au I substi
tuted a l'.r.tisb flag.
Tbe larcet printing othce in lb wor'd
i in W.tl.iL'gtou. I. C. It 'S f r pilot
inn govemrxcot ditumtntr.
Golden epikf w.s tir.vn in Whits
l ass A Yok m railway July 0 iu celebra
tion ' I the lojn'a ci mpletion.
It li said that tbo relations bitwecn
the United tflti-s acd Itusaia acre n.v
er moie fnt nd!y than at pre-ent.
Peldgic aealicg continers in B. bring
Sea, despite tbe Paris reula'a )Df , and
the real hrj are Uio diminiahed
! rapidi.
Sarpii-e i eipresJ at the large num
ber cf Cutucs iu Santiago Province who
are arrptiug tbe American gratuity
fond.
T..o a. ci Ji-uial tc ting eff f a borlar
al i!ViU!d the death by Irigbt ot Ir.
Mrav I'. Kxond.', a tbyekian, of San
Fisncirc .
Tbe tmiiia on ti e orw Transiberien
a 1'oal are cl uoutual magoiflrecce, be
ing ePi?'l ith every jeih!e con
venience. A G-'.ncli roj?c il fia-d agtiuat armor
plate intended f u the Vlt!--blti.i Ala
bama, at Ind'.au Head, wcut clean
through it.
General Joe Wheel-r is oil over tbe
Pai-lUc for ths sat ol war, and if bis su
perior officers will give him fiee rein be
wiil aiakn it lively for Aguioaldo's
bordes this fall.
Since the beinnia of tue year 'J30O
pattencrs have sailed from Pacific
porta for Alaska. Io epite of brdhps
the Artie g !dfIold sre attracting 1300
persona a month.
One tbarch ia liaaaii baa raited $10,
000 for mieiooary work in ths Philip
pines Tnere ia more of the modern
apirit in some of the PaciS: ielaods than
they get credit for.
A letter from Sam a e.ya that Ameri
can and L'og!ih reeideute believe tbe
annexation of the islands by one of tbe
tbree controlling powers is tbe only set
tlement of tie trouble.
Nearly fifty naval vessel are unJer
cona'ruction in this count rr, including a
nuoiber In fors'gu poaer. Our big
shipyards are curtain to be kept busy
for a long peiioJ of years.
Gay Wbalen, a leu-year old bo of
West buperioi, Wis., wno pulkd an
acb'cg tooth with a string, bled to
death, despite all efforts of tbe pbyai
ciao to stop ths hemorrhage.
Tbe volunteer's camp at Presidio is de
clared grossly iuadeqiate to the needs
aod comfort of tbe troops. General
Summers is very indignant about it and
demands that tbo givernmoat protect
the boys from the cold ocean fogs by
supplying them with overcoats snd
blankets.
To an onlookei up an Americin tree it
looks ss if Presided Kruerr had tried
pretty well ft-r a stubborn and stolid
old Boer to make a fair proposition, and
to meet Lord Salisbury half wsy. Eng
land demands ciiiaeoship for the Uit
landers in five yesrt ; Kroger t ffers it in
seven, aud to confer it at ones on all
wno bave uvea tn tne lransvsal since
13s0. There ought to be no war over
thie.
Deal Oently With the Bjys.
Let no ono censu-e the Oregon volcn
tecra too eeverly for ohocaiog San Fran
cisco and travel pay instead of Portland
and a big reception. To a man who is
prepzimg io lose uis job witu no cer
tainty ot getting another at once, a sum
equivalent to two iiioCtbs' pay 1b a big
Umpatiou, and ono that few of. us
would be to able resist undr like circum
stances. I be boy j bave not been look
ing at the big reception PortUnd was
preparing to give tbem from the ssme
point of view tbat the people of Oregon
bave. In fact, they knew vary little
about it. aud bal tbey known, it ia
douotful if they would have sacrificed
$30 each to make a holiday for Oregon.
Telegram.
Killed at Gold Hill.
Last Sunday evening as the north
bound overland train pu'led into Gold
Iiill, P. W. Cryter, a resident of tbat
town, aged 72 years, was struck by tbe
engine aud knocked 50 feet, killing him
instantly. Deceased was walking close
alongside the track near the Itogue Kiver
hriJge, aud beiug ijuite deaf, evidently
had no knowledgs of the train's ap
proach. He was bjru February 12, 1823
iu Ohio, aud came to Oregon iu 1877
tottling iu Jackson county. Ue lived io
Gold Hill for 12 years, during which
time he carried tbe mail on the Sam'
valley route nix years.
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1 New Store !
A FULL
Staple and Fancy
GROCERIES
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR ft WILSON BLOCK
V
t Low Prices!
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PURE DRUGS
g Reasonable
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A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
Prescriptions com-
pounded Day acd NigLt
b
his is the
to Buy
Groceries.
I
I
C. W. PARKS
Speaking of High
While we have Imperials at $35
muii gbaoe as oar $50 oae, the difference beiaz simply in the'tinish
The above mentioned wheels are jast as high grade as any Awheel
ia the market and NONE is superior in material or niechauibui.
The oldest wheels now in use in the city are Imperials. These
wheels have beau ia coasts at use since 1802
T. K.
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
DEALERS IN
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DEALERS IN
FlilE TEAS AMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY"
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
TOBAOOO & OIGARS.
UIVJC US X TRIAL.
FREE DELIVERY.
P. Benedick
Any Job Work done at
Reasonable pfa.
New Goods!
STOCK OF
Free 1 Delivery
Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Perfumeries, Stationery, Cigars
and Druggist Sundries.
Complete Line of Goods at r
Price.
at w.m'mmmma .una mamrm'mmvf
Pi ttnm e4-c
LirUggISl.
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A full acd complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
class grocery.
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 tve 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. I
Grade Wheels!
aod $50 oar $35 wheel is jmt
as
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PROVISIONS
A Complete lino of
now on band
DEY GOODS.
Ladies Drees Goods, Ribbons Trim
mings, Laces, Etc., Etc.,
Also s fine line of
BOOTS IB)- m
of the best quality and latest style.
Staple and I'aucy
GROCERIES.
Wood, "Willow, and Glassware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also oa
hand and at prices to eait the
times.
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a. COaUfLU. C. II. MARKKA.
Ataaacer. U. r. at Paaa, Aori L
POBTLAKD OBXGOX.
Direct coiiavrljoo at Sao FranriKu with
U-amabip liana fur Hawa'i. Japan, Cbina. Tlie
rniirtpptaaa ana ausuai.a.
For tarouxb ticket, and ra'n rail on or al-
dre. L. B.
tOOUK Arte I or V. t. 1.'NOO,
Borcbarf.
Scutes
'Sicttic Uao of tlx WarM"
The Favorite Transcontinental . Boots
Between the North west and all
Foiuts Last.
Choice ot Two Koulea
Through the Famous
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Routes Last
ol Pueblo snd Denver.
AU Passengers granted a day atop-over
in toe alormon Capital or auvwberere
tween Oeden and Denver. Psrsonaily
conducted Tourist L'tcuraions three days
a wees to
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets aud any lofermaUon Re
garding Rates, Boutee, etc., or lor Jta
ecnptive Advertising Matter, call oa
Agentejol Oregon Railway Navigation
Co., Uregou Short Line or Southern
Pacific Companies.
S. K. HOOPEK,
Genersl Pass. A Tu ket Agent,
Denver, Col
II. C. SICHOL,
Geoeral Ageot,
251 Wash. M. Portland Or.
Roscburg p. O. Hours.
Week days. 6:30 a. m. (o S p. m. Sun
days and holidays, t:30 to "J:00 a, m.
snd 5 ;30 to 7 :30 p. ui.
STAVB KOCTKS.
lvoeehurg to Marshfield Departs ev
ery day at 6 a. m. ; arrives every morn
ing.
Boeebarg to Myrtle Point. Departs
every day at 6 a. nt ; srrivea every
morning.
Roeeburg to Millwood Departs every
day except Sundays at 7 a.m.; srrives
every day except Sundays st 4:45 p.m.
Roeeburg to Peel Departs Maily, (ex
cept Sunday) at 7 a. m ; arrives daily,
(evcept Sunday) at 3 p. m.
Roeeburg to Lurley Departs Tues
days sod Fridays at 1 p. m.; arrives
Tuesdays snd Fiidays at 11:30 a. m.
II you suilxr from tenderoees or full
ness ou the right side, pains under
m
r
shoulder blade, conetipatiou, biliouaueaa,
sick headsobe aud feel dull, heavy aud
sleepy yonr livr is torpid aud congested.
DeWitt's Little Larly Kieeia will core
you promptly, pleaesntly snd perma
nently by removing the congestion ami
cauaiug the bile duo's to open and How
natttrAilv. i-iikv auk ijihji fii.t.-i.
A.C, MAUSTKRS AW.
GENERAL 'CIZZ JTCHY
arara or oaaeoa.
O-.a.Seuatora... lrt!
fTrum. B. Toea
rX.A. MorxlT
Oorernor-
ecretry ol Btata f. J. Imair
bUt Tnuurer . a & Mount
apt Pab. Injunction JS. U. Aetnmmn
t Printer ZZzL W. H. Lm.k
Atwrner (.cimal., ., .,, b.i. X. Black bsa
, , M -i .P. lafwe
iuyremtlaAfm J'j. 4. Wolvarraw
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ascoira ivasaat aw: uor.
T W. HamUtOM
ProanitUiC AUoroey GeewJI. Broww
V. a. lajra erri.v, soscmcm.
Keeelrer r, .. .Henry BVvlb
, -iJ. T. Bridco
v. a. waaTSts acaaac.
.ii i.ii Tk. Uiaaua
Otaerrer
Senator.:;
DQveLAS COCKTT.
A. W. Bart
W. W Lao a
BepresenlatiTea.
W.Csow
Tlerk
r. Gazlcv
R L, Btabea.
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ahertff...A..
rieaaarer..
School SnperlulctiOeat.
H. B. GUVua
Jos.Ltu
County Jadfe-
CtMBBilaaloa
X. D. T bota ja
I Jaa. Bynas
iarrcyor-
Omar 7 bid
Dr. E. V. Korrn
.-..Taoa.aaua
ooroner
Sbeep Inspector-
rasciacr omcxaa.
uUcea.
jr. w. BtitJer
'onatabte...
-D. T. i laeer
city or aoaaacae.
C. antara
A. Bratrr
rt (master..
cotKcuacji. . ? . ,
! tf ip Brow a
fu. W. Parts
r. W. BrJMa
I. R.Wiul
A. Ptelaa
Ut Ward...
tad Ward..
rd Ward.
iW.J. Lander
IU Want...
CBIoeuai
RecorJei,
U. & Wast
n 1 ,0'QOl vLaaUwr
Jf. W. DUiauS
ManbaJ
CITY rOCKCtl. IUT1M.
Tlie toawHin (ocncil of tbe city of Baaebvra
bk-U tbe rlr-t Monl.T
ia each
k al S
u unci p. m.
cocai aaaaiokfu
Tbe Circuit Court Cor Doorlu f'Mtxtv mmim
three times a year u follows: Tito M aUra
day ia Hares, tbe 4tb Kouday la JaM, a4 U
Ut Jiooday ia Deeearber. J. W. HnihaW
Bosebon u.lire. Oeo.al. Brvww.f BaawowM.
proaacaun milutuej.
Co-mtT Uo-irt meet th 1st Wedaeadav aKw
a 1st Monday ( January, Jtareh. Hay, lutj,
septeaiber and KoTembez, Joa. Lvgoa. !
uraiu. )ude; M. D. Taoaaaaoawl brottabtti
aim jaa. Bvrua, ot Trmailm inaia.
Paobate unut U in min.
Lyooa. tudre. "
Vi-tIasaU ajaurataw
yjilU ODciBK !. JACKSON,
Attiru.y anl Counsellijr at Law.
Mining Law aud Water Bights made
a f pevialty.
3UntersBld. BOSEBCBS. OBJESQS.
Q.EKOGE M. BROWX, .
Attorney-at-Law,
BooauTaudS
Tayl-.t Wiiaow Block.
moezBtrsa. oa
I
ItA B. REDDLX, -
Attorney at Lw,
Boom S.
rajloc WUaoa Blk.
BOtiXBCBa. OMXHOB.
P W. BESSON,
Attorney-at-Law.
Boonu I and I
Be t tew B aiming.
BObTBLBU, OXXUUal
B. WTT.T.Tn,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
WUI siaiillai is an tad aawfca mt ta.
a
aas m AUrsSns BwikUag. riaqaia
.Oa.
at. CBAWTCSJX,
Attorney at Law;
tooau tat. aUotatw Bide-. BOBB0B8, OB.
CBW-Baaineaa be for. tha U.S. Laad C9c aad
uif eases a specialty.
LaUBeeaaTerU.&LaadOesaa.
JA BUCIIASA;, Notary Public,
Attorney-at-Law.
Collections a Specialty.
Bovut 3
Stantera Building.
KOBCBG,Oa
SBC EaKBT,
a
DENTIST,
Be view Hul'.dim;,
Ielepbone No. a.
BO&XBOIU, TJBXSOK.
JRA BBOW2T, M. IX
OFFICE, UB Jacxaoa Slraat, at ret
itcaoe ot Hn. I. Bitaer. ;
BOeXBCKS, OB
Qit.tiLO.E. HOUCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
Oflic Pwt Oflice Bid.
Pboue, Main Si.
KOrXBCSG,
Mcletr ncwtUagw.
TJOBEBUK(J DIVISION RO 476, . OV U K,
Ax meet eTery accoud and loxmav aaaday.
BaXUP CO BPS Kft W, MBBTS
mi and tniru rrwayw ia
p tKO POeT, NO, 29, G. A. B XXXTS THJ
Brat ami Lnird Thnradara of i
at i p. aa.
A LPHA LODUE. SO. 47, C OP P.. K JTTB
every Wednesday erenisf at Odd fauewe
Hall. ViaiUns Kaiabta la sjoisd sissi?lai saa
UaUrUtTitsd to attend.
LAUBL 1-OU.jt. A. r. a A. kt.. KXQCLAB
meeunirk .Lc iX aod ita Yi'alnawlsjs la
sack uoii'tb.
Ti ;:5I u FASBOTT W. K.
S.T. JcwiTr, s'et y.
p OSKBC aii CHAPTER. SO. Lai B.. KXXTS
ia. tirst and uurd Tkauadays
CBtb,
UBBIKCVb'UOW.W V.
MAVDB BAST, Seo'y.
OUKKX Wt.xDMEN-OK Aill BICA. MKKT
A1 on Hot aud tbttd Tovaday of cava tuoatb
in tbe aid Marouic haiL
U. W. MlAAfB, Y. C.
II. L. MaRstms Clurk.
vv
'OODilEN K THK WORLD. Oak Camw
No. 1J.V. lut-elit nt tho Odd FeUowaT Bail
in Horebiini. every 1st, :rd and 5ia Monday
evvnios. Vititiug ueighbora always welcome
O.r.l'wuoT.CC
V. C Losdos, Clerk.
plilLETA Rl A N LOxKiK, Ha S, I. O. O. F.
mt-eta Saturday evening of each week at
their bail in Odd Fallow Teiaplo at Bosebora.
Men?bersol tbe order la rood standing arelariv
ad to alivnd. ti. W. S1BONU. M. O
N. T. JawaTT, Bee' J. D. B. Wasr.
1 iu. See.
p P.O. KLKS, ROSXBCRO LODV.B, KtX&a,
u bold tbeir regular eonimuuiealion at th.
f ti. O. 1'. hatl itli ut'.klii) an.1 r.turlfl TatiraiAV
i each uioutb. AU members reuuealcd to at-
teud rvK'iiariy, aud all Tiaiting brothers cor
liallr niMted to attend.
CHAS. 1. UADLEY. K. B
IK A B. K'.L'l-K, SevKtary.
R'
O&EBUBU L01X.K, SO. IS, A. O. U. W.
meets tbe wend and fourtk Moodara ai
v-b Dionth ai7:0p. aa. at Odd Fellows Ball.
Mi'iu tier of tbe order 111 good ataadiog are in
vited lo alind.
F. . ltoar.il, . ' Ml ai-
Iteconler.