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-ote head, litteb. ; .
No tetter field thaa Soathera Ore-
ElacaUd M her aetlaw at
torn; aa better ncdiym throagh which
cenearteat wltk gaad work.
ROSEBURG, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1899.
MURDERED IN A PARK
Cody of a Ycung Woman found
Covered With Brush.
A SENSATION TOR PORTLAND
Clara Fitch of That City the Victim.
Her Companion Suspected
and Arrested. .
Portland, July 21. Clara Fitcb, the
, 19-year-old daughter of George A. Fitcb,
who lives at 632 Eaet Salmon street, was
found deaJ ia Cycle Park yesterday
afternoon about 4 o'clock, aud Frank
MeDaniel ia now ia jail charged with
Toe body was found by George Arn
old, wtio it employed by J. Plata. He
. m booting (or cows in the paik, when
. be saw a woman's feet ticking oat from
. under eonie fern. The remainder of
ber btir was completely ooyered by the
ferae. I0e thought it was a alee pi us
wossaa "at first, bat pushing the fe-ns
aside od touching the woman, who lay
with iter face ia her bat, be discovered
thnt a be waa daaJ, aud at once gave the
alarm, when the t-alice and coroner
, wre notified. . . ...
The not where the eh I waa found ia
;&) yarJi na-theast ol the main entrance
and, a tisMe distance from an un frequent
ed path. Tnere were sorts signs ol a
alight struggle. The ferns were tome-
. what trampled down, bat eulently no
Tioleot Mrogi-le had occurred.
TEES UIS IUT It OS a.
Clara Fitch left home Wednesday
evening, saying she was coirg t the
' homeof alriead,' Miee SuthetU'd, aud
would be back soon. Mre. Fitch onder
stool that site was coins: over to eee
Benha Sutherland, one of ber friend,
and paid little attention to the matter.
Some friends were yrailing the Fitches,
and ia company with tutu Mr. Fitch
went out for the evening. She noticed
opon ber retarn that Clara had not re
taroed, and decided thai she had con
cluded to spend the night with the Sutb
erlands. Early neil tuornicg Mrs. Fitch bad to
gj to Vancouver. She sent one of the
children over to the Sutherland borne to
- tell Clara to hurry home. Mrs. Fitch
' did not wait for the child to retarn.
When ehe got back from Vancouver and
learned that Clara had not spent tbe
night with Bertha Sutherland, she be
cams g-eatly alarmed, and at once,
notified tbe police.
- OTcn.Tnxnt sas
The officers followed different does,
but wiUiia an hoar or so all arrived at
the conclueioa that UcDaniele was tbe
murderer. They tried to find him, bnt
44 not succeed until S :15 o'clock, when
Cordaoo and VYeieertook him into cus
tody. The two had been looking for
bin at the bonaeof bis employer, Mr.
Morns, of 543 East Oak street, and had
him sighted at C o'clock, but be bad
been given a tip, and bad not takea bis
team to tire baro, bad changed his
clothes, and had., ridden off on Lis
wheel. r. :lz ' :
About 8 a'clock, while the detctirea
" were opsulrt.yoaaj McDaalel came in
to the house, and rasbed opeUirs, where
the detectives met him, and toJ him be
"I know whit you want with me," be
aid, "but I am not guilty." lie then
; dropped into a chair and said ha was
reedy to go with them.
McPaniel admits to the detect! ves be
ing with the murdered girl on Wednes
day night, and says they were in Cycle
; " Talk until 9 or 13 o'clock; when be took
her within two blocks of ber home, and
left ber, as be was not allowed to go to
the' txmee. Her parents bad forbade
Lin gauig there, aad tbey bad been
meeting clandestinely. '
'He declares he knew nothing of her
being miasing or dead until shortly be
fore 8 o'clock, when crossing tbe Morri
son st rest bridge on a wheel he beard
three boys say a dead girl had been
found oa-the East aid. He dismounted
from his wheel and inquired who she
. , was, and was told that it waa Clara
Fitch. He eaya be then rushed to hi
boardiog-plac, aod was met by the de
Frank MeDaniel came here from Call
foruia about one year ago. For the past
- four months be haa been in the employ
of the Moras & Wakefield Transfer Com
pany. His lamer lives in ban la Barbara
Cal , to which place he moved eome time
' ' ago from Illinois.
; A witsees has been found a ho says
that MeDaniel had recently been uneasy
a"bout Clara Fitch's condition, aod other
. - witnesses have been found who have
more or lean damaging testimony. Up
on all this is founded the theory tba
rank MeDaniel accompanied Claret
Fitcb to the park, and that whatever
may have occurred while they were
alone, ho left hfer dead when he depart
ed. MeDaniel teils a straight story about
his going there with the girl, and cod
ing away with her, and the closest ques-
Honing, and si! the "sweating" that can
be dorie haa failed to canee hi.n to
change this ftory, or to become tangled
in rotelling it.
lie is root, and while apparently ap-
pareriating his po-ition, does not t how
any rigns of fear or nervoutritF, and
do?e not change color when the dead
gin's name ia mentioned, lie ia a.ti 1 to
be an intelligent young fellow, and one
who does not lock anything like a mur
THE MtRDEKKD UUO..
Clara Fitch wis the daughter of Mr.
and Mre. G orge A. Fitch. She iived at
home with her pareuu, and has alaay
been looked opon as a well-behaved fcirl.
For some time young MeDaniel has paid
ber attention, but her parents decided
be was not a proper person to associate
with their daughter, aud forbade him
ooming to their home. '
George A. Fitcb ia an engineer, in the
employ ol the Southern Pacific Corn,
pany. lis left here on his run before
his daughter left borne, and knew noth
ing of the matter uatil he was tele
graphed to at Leland yesterday after
noon. He was told to come home, but
was not advised of his daughter's death
until be ar lived at 8 o'clock this morning.
Mrs. Fitcb haa been prostrated ' ever
since she dlocovered that her daughter
waa missing, and for that reason waa not
notified if tbe girl's death before li e ar
rival of Mr. Fitch.
- THE DOCTOSS EXAMINATION.
While D.s. K, A. J. Mackens e. Uarry
McKay, the coroner and other pbyai
ciane are very reticent about tbe remit
of the autopsy held, it is kaoao that the
girl was either strangled cr emotbered.
The theory hae been : advanced that
ahe bad heart Uonl la aod probably died
from this caoee, while ia an excited slate
but l tie teeult cf l be doctors' examina
tion totally disproves each a tbtorj .
Whcltier she was strangled or snioU-
ered U eometbiug ti.e thvsciana ha'
not tail e determine i. luey ilidh. utf
former is probably the case.
OUK ALASKA LETTER
A Description of Cook's Inlet and
NATIRE'S GREAT WONDERLAND.
Early Discovery and Settlement-
Dangers and Difficulties Encount
ered by Miners and Prospect
Kouiak, Alaska, Jane 10, 18'J'J.
1eaving Homer we ettrted around
Anchor Point and are soon again in
Cook's Inlet proper, bound for Tyrnik,
a ell u?, towards the head of the Inlet.
Cjok's Inlet is about 'J03 miles long,
aud about GO miles wi io at the entrance,
narrowinx gradually, to point at the
north end. Hero we havo the strongest
and most rapid tidue of any point on the
Pac.fie coast, if not at auv piiut on tbis
eoatieent. Tbe abapa of tbe Inlet, be
ing like a huge faonel, with it base at
the entrance contracted, the tide ruahes
o, until it i com Jtuinu fearful ben it
reaches tbe upper end, sometimes ruu
ning at the rate of S cr 10 miles an hour,
with a liae and fall of aim set 50 foet.
is tbe waters become coutrjcted. they
rush along with a rja- which ran t-e
heard for miles, cotnins in (he form of
three hujo waves, f dbwiug e, h other
in qiick nuccession, tbe firt sometimes
being from 5 to 8 feet hih, and woe to
the lucklera indiviJua'a lio arc cambt j
by it. Sel io-.u a rr.o:.'h p;Rtc tht j
some unfortunate pr.je;-i-t'i', "..a uiaint
Oregon News Notes.
Fifty cents per box is cileied hop
Corrallis agrlcultmwl cilieze eUciei
I old oaicera.
Attorney-senerAl rules that a I notes
eecored by nxwtgag) are taxable. .
Tbe strawberry crop in Orejjia this
year was tbe most protkable lruit crop
of tte season.
Linn county farmers will stork tlie
district with Eagbsb partridges and
A Salem toang man loaned Ins. girl
hia wheel. Her father smashed it w-.tb
an ax. Case is now in court.
Itun or salmon at Astoria oa , Monday
night blocked tbe canneries aud cold
storage facilities- One boat caught 190U
ed with the violence ol tbebe :id ia not
outCt so tbe start umat lie dnlayed a
mouth while horse shoes are ordered
from Seattle. It would he folly to start
into the mountain with unahod pack
horn's and lursrshuea are as scarce In
AU'ka aa icerna in Oregon.
A aimiliar espvdition under Captain
Aborcroml.it la fitting out at Valdca, on
Princo Williams' aouud, which will at
tempt 10 reach the Yukon by the way of
Ct flVe river.
Iliort hdi boen during tbe gold ex
viir-meiit of tbe past two or three yera
fatiulous etories told cf rich goM fields on
C'Kik'a Inlet and the Sueitna river, but
like most of tbe tales told in regard to
the richnt-aa of tbe Alaska gold fields,
tberu is absjlutxle uo truth in tbem.
There uiu l or three, or perhaps
half a doxtfu placer claims near Sunrise
City, a hlch are paring their owners
fair'.y well, but i;b this exception the
gold mines of Cook's Inlet are a myth.
Ilandred and perhaps thousands of
men have traniiied over this wilderness
of UK-iai, iuountait.3 and glaciers dur
ing the l.itt three year, on'y to return
to tbe cviet eick,disaypoiotcd aud dot??
tuti-, iriuuate even to t-.-ca(-e wi'h their
livt-p. N i man can eveu retiinat with
any i!-grte jf accuracy, the number of
unUTiuiiatti rce-ov:tors who have er
ialie l -at ji ud tbe head ol Cook's Inlet
aud in tbe C-opper liver country, many
of b j;c bo.lies will remain uudieov
rred uulil tbe dual day, hen like the
sea, tba iuouovms streams, She snow
elides aa 1 g'aciers a lall give up their
At Houitfr I j iined Hon. J. W. Palli
gjn, s'ate i-natur for Washington
ci.ut;tr, Orri d, with bom I am to be
fc'sociaiud lor a litnn at Uaat, and I
founl him to bs a very congenial and
From CjjU's I a let we i? t Kodiak
aiid uditcins i.-'.aod-, be-e e will
, tpvtid perhas a mor.tb, anl from which
New Store !
A F-JLL STOCK OP
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
.Low Prices !
A Complete line of
now on band.
Ladies Dres Goods, Ribbons, Trim-
mtDKs, Lacee, Etc., Etc.,
Also a fine line of
IU.W. Mr -,-
(Tkca. . 1-,
Id. A. K7
Becretary of State-
Bum. Pnb. Ii
, I. Prcw
6apnmtJwlfm-... . 8. wr9ri
.J. w. IUsUvo
PmecaUaf tMnmiif Sao al raTB
e. a tan omd, i
J. t. antral
of tbe best quality sad latest style, otanrr
Staple and Fancy
Sebool HapiKlateadaBt .
Wood, Willow, and Glassware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also ca
band and at Dricee to suit tbe cooatj jwisw-
J. T. 8j!S
R L. St-tua
. 6. W. Xttaauc
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Free Delivery 5
An up-to-date hue of
I Surf ayoi
' ijaa. Sttou
I Sheep Inspector-
JI. W. trJ(f
mwum inminmn f
There is a Quality
about our Drugs
H. G. STANTON.
W. A. taat
caught aud eugullid by these 'readier i
While I waiatTyooi, a srjil! ttw'
contaimi; four oien and a Kiy, a
awampel bet area Tronik arid J? lurie
City and three cf th3 i: ei droaied.
Only a week or so previous t t: : t ti:re
two or tbreo other men loi-t tinir lives.
Whea tbe tid'? g on: i' frc i lea ly !
leaves a toit loidid with traveler, whh :
thsir O'J lit of ti avisiouj unl tool, ;
ajrrjuad on iLe bare ran l ri a. od l.eu ;
the tide rctaraj it is w.i'i a f ad I
vio'eacs that the Iraii ba. a i h Its car- :
I cb.ll write 01 next Iettr.
!;. ibe time H it IrtUr appears in
;i rini,Ih v be brav- Douijlas county
Una ho have done audi nob'e work fori
ti .r cmutrr, iu Macila, will be at
b -'nr. Oueof ibe gr'll diappoiot-l
' iiiei.t cf uiv iiie in the fa-.-t that I shall
1 u j! rw tbere to sut iu tbe trand wel
I cuaie whith 1 know uill be accorded
K. l fiKArroau.
Which secures permanent patronage. Wet
buy in small quantities, and buy frequently,
therefore we always have a r-resh Stock ot
Full Standard Strength Drugs.
Our aim is for Quality, and we hit the mark
The merits of our prescription Department
have built up a large trade in this line.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southeru PaclUc Co.
IF F rww
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aaseta aa I .
on cocvax nrnw.
Toe Cos no a CouaeO at me ettv tt Boaeke
meeu Lne m neooaT ia eaca
o cioea y. a.
Th Circuit Court lor Oooataa Cawat
lipim Initi lam ParUaa4 datty.
7 . i.
Pottlaad - Ar.
Rose barf . Lt.
tian Praaciae) Lt.
Hum Umea a year aa follows
say la Match, iba 4U KcateT ta Josa, t,
ajuay ia uaounata. J. w. mamu m
)imiw. Ueo. M. S(trwa,et
6 i A,
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9 2S P.
J:3S P. it.
Sam Janes on Oregon.
1:15 P.M. i AT. Fort Worth,
T:j5 A, M. I Ar. Sew Orieaaa .
DtailaiK Cant ouac aaUU
Pullnaa Cnt elaai and toonet can attached
to all traHta.
inaa u 1 1 n auotr.
CooBtT Court maati the 1st Wads day a.W
tba lat Mooday ol Jaatwrr, ataica, m, its?.
Mber and Koran oae. Jaav Ltaa.
Draia. Jodge; aL O. TAaani.aat aaaatalisf
ana jaa. mo, or UbUia, inanailail ia
Paocaua (xion ia ia aaaaiaa fiiaaaaair M
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
ProtiCriptioDS cum- nfiirrfricTC
pounded Day aud Night L lUgglbl.
Haaeftarw JlaU Daily.
l- r. .
orrailii Mail Daily (Except eaadar).
I il fc . m.
At Albanv and Corrallis connect with trains
CorraUia m Eaatera railroad.
Whatehall I Wii the utoi.le of Ore
atate?" He v. Sam
on ia an- amn.l in an instant and 114 Cre
- 1 a- s . fa
Ti,..'. f I InVt r.- a rjadJt 1 uim, aiwc
as those u? the M;eauri river cauaed by 1
: "Little Strokes "
Fell Great 'Oaks'
The gUnls of the forest most yield ai
list to the coniimul blows of the tvoods
mgn. Wlien the human blood has become
dogged and impure the little drops of
Hood's SarsaparUU, properly taken, wiS
fell tlx oah of bad blood.
Aaaistant I'oet master Cates cf I'uicn
baa tba final! pox and tbe cca!i cr
dered tbe patient taksn home an i rjoar'
A Pendleton man, W.J. Furnish, W.O1
grapued tau Francisco firm to give com
pany D, volunteers, everythicg tbey
needed and draw on him.
A Una new bridge across Koguc river.
near Prospect, is being built by the :fu
ear Tine Lumber Company. Tue struc
tare ill coat between 2000 and KoOO.
Ooly two names Lave been sobmittrd
aa yet for the com mission a to which Ore
gon IsentltleaTThey "are"DeaUnant
Braiee and Captaia IVeecott, company
P. . '
A handsome eao'd will be presented
Major M. U. Ellis by tbe citizens of Al
bany on Lis return borne. Captain M.
D. I'hilipe aill also be remembered. Al
bany citizens have purcbated a beautiful
water service, and will present it opon
Charlton 13. 1'eikios, son of 11. C. Tex
kins of tbis city, was recently diechsrged
as yoeman on tbe Monadnock and waa at
once appointed clerk in the pay inspect
or's office at Csvite, at a salary cf f 1200
per year. Charlton writes Lis father
and mother that be ie now inaia led in
bis new ofSco and likes it very much.
Grants rass Courier.
A ledge of gold-bearing tjuirtz waa
discovered a few days ago about two
miles from Cottage Grove, on the farms
of Isaac Taylor and C. K Smith. Some
experienced miners from California are
running; a tunnel in tbe ledge, and tiave
taken out some very rich ore, containing
visible particles of free gold.
The popular teacher content ia l'oit
land clo3ed Thursday, a total of 01:1,031
votes being caej. Mips Nellie Fawcelt
of Stephens acbool, waa fif6t wilti 91,733,
Mre. A. E. Wa'.soo, of Atkinson ei:hool,
second, with 78,S2t, Miss Med or a Whit
field of Williams ayeoue school, (bird,
with 33,196. Ballots sold at ten cents
each and tbe proceeds go the high echool
library. A tine piano was tbe iiret prize,
gold watch the etcand and a ledics Li
cycle tbe third. v
On Sunday morning Hi boys and young
men, who bad been brought here by thn
sugar company from I'tah tj work in the
beet fields, returned to their homes, aaya
tbe La Grands Chronicle. The1) youn
fellows are what are termed thinners or
weeders, and couplet of the youuger
member of those brought here by the
company, many of them being mere lads.
yet understood their woik thoroughly.
There are yet here something like 90
more, who were brought from Utah by
the company, and who will remain for
some time longer.
W. A. Carter, an attorney of -old Hill
who Las been spending tbe week in Aah
land. reports the people of his eection in
high spirits over the prospective buildiug
of the bigb line ditch from Rogue river,
which will open up numerous rich placer
claims on high ground in the vicinity of
that town as well as encourage the agri
cultural and manufacturing industries
generally in the northern end of the
counly. Gold Hill is steadily growing,
and considerable activity has been noted
tho building line there the past year.
the rao;d and ceise'css tbb aod tlw of '
As wc steam north throug'n tba l jwer
portioi of U-e Iolet, wc get a magnificent
vie of Ilyamna and Redoub to the
e-t. lh fjrai?r aa active volcano.
I'.vamna mhich ia about 12,000 f.-et bigb,
has been activj fjr mora than a bondred
year, tba earn ail co.tiuaillr g via
cot smoke wiiLli tisci iu hu; cc'.u nu,
and floats away ia tbe diiUnc.
Ua tin west sida of lb. Inlet, an
elevated rangf of enow ciad iconataint,
coma dowa near the ahore but oa tbe
hia lecture at Gladstone.
I think it a lovely cooatry," he re
p.ie J. "and should be glad to spend more
time her. This ii tuy first trip to Ore
coo, tb'ju1! 1 bavd been ia California
"The rammers ou'. here are dtligbtlul
to a man alio ivee ia a warm climate,
and things look pro-perous and the peo
ple here should be happy.
"Tb: entire WiaUra coantry i a de
lightful place to come to, and should at
traut mauy people ia tba coming years.
"I notic that the people out bers are
given to Sabbatb-breakiu more than
thev are ia tbe haet. aod that is one
thing I have againet von. A man in my
eUl who woald plow, cut his grain or go
f shins on on Jay would be arreted, un
less he could ahow that it was alisolutely
necessary for bim to do so.
"I fear that Sabbat h-brealin.-, wbla
kv-driukiug anl gaiubliogara the corses
of tbo West, but I hope Ibe beautiful
i xr. a.
r r. a.
8 r. .
pealeuoa Pa-Heuer DaUy (except uadar)
QOMMODORE S. JACKSON,
Atbjrney and CcaaneaQor at Law.
Mining Law and Watar Rigkts navis
a specialty. , ' "
MarsteraBM. BOBaTJUaa. OBJtwO.
Koona 7 and S-
Taylor a Wllaoa Slack.
east, a vast elevated plain, or plateau,
comparatively level, etretcbee away to
a distance of froai 30 to 03 miles from the
-bore. Tbis plain, and in fact almost
all this country ia practically treeless,
ilh tbe exception of scrubby brush or
small trees and is covered with grasi aud
Thia b-hlv of water ia named for Cap
lain James Cook, who with his ships, ' coaat states are fast getting free from
the Discovery and Ceeolulioo, explored
these coasts in 1773. Lotniog the In
let be explored it as far as Turnsgain
Arm, which takes its name from the
(act that here the intrepid discoverer
turned back from the exploration of a
body of water which he hoped would be I
tbe much rough t after "northbouni
passage," from the Pacific to tho Atlant
ic. The Crat permanent white settlement
of Cook's Inlet was made ia 178'J by
ibe Russians. There was at one time,
quite a large native population mound
tbe Inlet but IU most of their kind,
they have succumbed to tbe civilizing
influence of the white man.
There are a number of fisbiog stations
and trading posts along the shores but
we made but one etop, at Tjyonik, a
trading poet of tbe Alaska Commercial
Company. Tbis is tho larihereet point
reached by me so far, in Alaaks,
Tyonik is ou ibe same paralell aa St.
Petersburg, ia farther north than Lab
rador, aud farther north than the south
ern point of (ireeuland, It ia as far
Ibe Sandwich I-laoda. ho 1
these great evils, aud I hops when I get
out tbis way aij.iu to see a decided
change regarding these thiuga.
"What ths good people aa I the uears
rja'tora want to di i to raise the stand
ard and keen on a ooiw till tbe rest o'
tbe people come t it."
his is the Place
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 ol to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
a. KOKHLCB. C 1L MARKHAM.
Maaaawr. U. f. rut. am t.
Duvt-t coiiDcruon al fas rraiK-lao with
U-n-iifp Lme Ha L. iapwu, China. Tbe
r i,r tarouab lutctiuii rate can m or an- l aa
drcra L. B. MOOKB Atxut or V. U. LONDU5. 1 -
RaV B. BZSDL3B,
Attorney tt Law,
Attorney tvnd Counstlor fitLAvrr
laa ia Maraten Baiidiat.
'S-xaic Line at the Wartd"
The Favorite Traneconliuental Roots
Between the Northwest aud all
C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.
Attorney at Law,
Booaa 1 4 1, atantata Bade, BOSUUBS. OB.
-BaMneat baJoew taa V. a Laad OaVw art
JA. BUCHANAN, Notary Public,
Collections a Specialty.
at antere BuiVdui(.
Kob:rt O Ingersoll Struck Dasd.
bava b eu aa far noith aa St. l'ebiraburg,
and as far weal as tbe Sandwich Island.
At Tyonik I met Capf. Glon of tbe
U. J. army, who with about 40 picked
men, is attempting to locale aud open
au "all American" trail tbroogh the
vafct eohtulo of mountains a;id canyons,
glacit-rs aud mountain rivers, to the Yu
kou river. Tlio route contcmplaU'd, be
ing up the .Suskitua river to its source,
across the huh watershed to the Taoana
river aud down that stream to its junc
tion with the Yukon.
Just what benelit Buch a trail would be
to any one, even if it could be opened,
no one appears to know, especially now
that the railroad and watar route by way
of r-kagway is cow iulck, reasonably
easy and comparatively cheap. If the
season is favorable he will uo doubt be
able to reach tue Yukon, aa he haa every
means and facility at his command
which money and experience can pro
cure. He has a good river steamboat
for use ou the uakitna river which he
hopes to ascend by boat 1"3 miles, tie
haa tbe fineet dog teams that money can
buy and magnificent ones tbey are, cost
from $100 to $200 each. A string of tbe
best nack Lorsca that can be had are in
charge of trained packers. He has
ship load of tents and provision?, all the
necessaries aud many of the luxuries
that money ran buy.
Everything is ready for the advance,
when low and behold, tuo pack horses,
; over 43 in number, are not shod and
thore in not a horuefihoe in thn wholn
Ntw Yokk, Juty 21. Robert G Inger
soll died at hia home in Dobbs Ferry, N.
Y., this afternoon, of apoplexy.
Iogrsnll went to his summer h iaio iu
Dobbj Ferry two days ago, apparently in
good health. Shortly alter his arrival,
he complained of blight indisposition.
He spent the muriiing io bis room, and
shortly before stricken bis wife offered
to have luncheon sent up to bim. He
laughed and replied that while he did
not leal quite as youog as formerly, be
guessed be was not yet an invalid, and
wonldsodown with the otbera. Aa he
finished speaking and waa about to rise
he fell back into the chair.
A physician was tmmeaiateiy sum
moned, but when he reached the bouse
found that Ingersoll had died atiu t instantly.
The phvaiuiau did not give the cause of
bis death, but tbe family believe it was
due to apoplexy. Iugersoll'e wife and
ttrn dauahters were with him when be
A Distinguished Visitor.
Secretary Wilson, who is visiting Ore
gon, is a member of the president's cab
inet who ia especially well tiuaiiued lor
the porition be holds. Ho is a practical
agriculturist, a man of keon obseivation,
aud active iu advaucing the agricultural
interests ol the whole country. Mr.
WilS'io tells us ol some things that we
knew before that wa import too many
thing that wo cau raise hero almost to
perfection but tbis csnnot be told too
maov times, uor by too many influen
lial voices, und if Mr. Wilsou's chiding
does uo good, it can do uu harm. Ore
con is in Bovoral localities one of the
best agricultural states of the Union,
audit wclcoaiaa Sacrotary Wilson and
cordially iuvites his close iuspectiou.
l'ew uiun ou the coast havu buried aa
inauy people as Justice Duulap. H has
been sexton of Jacksonville cemetery for
years, aud will be likely to hold tbe
position until he yields to tbe inevitable
aud passu.) to (he other bide. As Justice
of the Peace, town recoider and sexton
he ii considerably burdened with otBclal
Choice of Two Routes
Through the Famous
LJnrlrv Mniintnin ScenervlS WAU
,xv'v j i nt-Amcr
Ana r our nouiea cast
of Pueblo and Denver.
Telephouo So. 4.
AU Passengers granted a day stop-over
I In tbe Mormon Capital or anywhere ha
tween Oedeo and Denver. Personally
conducted Tourist Excursions three days
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
Ol TIC. 80S aoaaoa Bins, at tea
t taaoa ot Xa J. Bitaac.
Physcian & Surgeon.
OB5ce Poet Odaee Bid.
i none, aaia at.
Speaking of High Grade Wheels!
While we have Imperials at &o and $50 oar $33 wheel is just as
moil ghade as oar $50 one, the difference bums simply ia the'tinieu
The above mentioned wheels are jaat as high grade as nnyjjwheel
in the market and NONE is superior ia material or meohauistn.
Tbe oldest wheels now ia ase in the city are Imperials. These
wheels have been ia coasts at ase since 1892
T. K. RICHARDSON.
For Tickets and any Information Re
gnrding Rate, Routes, etc, or for V
acripiive .luyet.umis .'.. nn.nia nrvramw wo Maot
Agentslot Oregon Kail way A Navigation I tv Qg avvy wooed and Isairta. Saadavw
jo.. vreiroa cuort x,ioa oc oouiuern
S. K. HOOPER,
General rase. & Ticket Agent,
251 Wash. St. Portland Or.
tl'OMES'8 RJtUXP COBPS NO. 10, aUTTW
fliat aod third rndava la aaah -aaata.
p ISO POST, SO. 19, 8. A. atXBT m
Brat and third Thuradajw ml saw BaSaih.
I at S p. a.
A LPBA LODGE, SO. O, C OP P.. st I KY
n erery Wedneaday avaalne M Odd fWuewe
Hau. vuinnc aaiahsi la
llally invited to i
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
silt i fiki Gins m ?wm
FIME TEAS AMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY".
ALSO A FULL LINK OF
TOBACCO tfc CIGARS.
UIVE VH A TBIAL.
Ouc Door bouth of 1. O.
a a X
UndePtalEi1 end Embalmer.
Any Job Work done at d
f Reasonable Pnt-". nn
Roseburf P. O. Hoars.
Weak days. 6:30 a. m. to S p. m. Son
days and holidays, G:3d to 9:00 a.m.
aud 50 to 7:30 p. m.
Roseburg to Marsbfield DeparU ev
ery day at ti a. m.; arrives every morn
ing. Roseburg to Myrtle Point. Departs
every day at ti a. ui ; arrives every
Roeeburg to Millwood Departs eyery
day except bun Java at a.m.; arrives
every day except Sundays at 4:15 p. m
Roseburg to Peel Depatts Idaily, (ex
cept Sunday) at 7 a. m ; arrives daily.
(evcept Sunday) at 3 p. tu.
Roaeburg to Lorley Departs Tues
days and trulats at 1 p. m. ; arrives
Tuesdays aud Fridajs at 11:30 a. m
lt you sutler from teuderuess or full
noes on the right side, paius uuder
shoulder blade, cotiatipation, biliousness,
sick headache aud feel dull, heavy and
sleepy your liver is torpid and congested.
DeVilt'a Little F.arly Risers will enre
you promptly, pleasantly and perma
nently by removing the congestion and
causing the bile ducts to open and flow
naturally, tiuy ark oood iiiaa.
A.C. MARSTF.RS.v (').
T AUBU. l ODOB, A. F. A.M,.BBTJLA
U nwilun ih Sd aa4 ak Wailsaseaaw 1
U ABBOTT W. K.
K.I. Jikii. s'tey.
T) OSJCBC rUJ CKAPTSJL KO. tO.l lKnTt
V tha Dnl and thtni Thma-daiTa at aaoA
flr-t aod third Thaaadaja at
UBBIX C09SOW.W K.
MAL'DK BAST, tiea'y.
XtODERX WOODMEN OF AMERICA. MEET
a. oa rlrt and thtiUTacaday ol each month
in the aid Ma-ouic hall.
B. W. MUMS, y. C.
II. L. Mar-tern, Clerk.
HMHJDMEN OF TUK WORLD. O
Kn. i 'V. uittK ai tha Odd Fellow-'
in KuM.-bunc. very 1st, old and 5 la MoaOay
evcuine. Vuitiur oeighbon alway. weloo-a
O. P. Coeaow, C O.
V. C Uinoos. Clerk. .
ntULKTAKIAS LOxMiK. Ka , . O. O. P.
t meeto Saturday "T-mlnf of eaeh wack at
their hail in Odd Fellow Tempi at Boaaborm.
llemberaol the order tu rood atandinc are lSTlk'
adtoauaad. B. W. 81BOSO. . O
N. T. JiwiTT, Sec"!. D- W-v-
P.O. ELKS, R06EBCB9 LODUB. KUtSS,
hold their rvcular coamoulcaUona at the
t O. O. r. hall ou wuvud aad iuuria Thursday
it each moulh. All muaihera rctiiMated to at
tuu.l n-vularlT. aad all viBiUn brothers eor-
lially iiiviiedtoattcud. .
CUAS. U 1IADLST, E. B
IKA B. KiUDLE, exxwiaxy.
DOdEBCKG LODUB, KO. 14, A. O. TT. W.
av mecta the tecuad aad fourth Mooda-a al
eu-b month at7:A)n. m. at Odd PaUewa sail,
aeinbera uf the order la good ataadtmi ar la-
Tited to attend.
F. W. Roach, Ptaaacier.