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. OTB MBAOS, XVt. -
Kt AD, BILLHEAD
IS EVBLOPSS. ETC. '
Fieo.ua iWl aaUca at artcri
eanalateat Hb faa war.
No better Mel J than Southern Ore
Cn: no better medium through hlch
LL A 11 A VAJlX.
LAST DRESS PARADE
Glad to Part With Their Anti
StCH ARMS ARt A REPROACH
To An fnlightened Nation Con
dition of the Sick Future of
tAN Fbancibco, Jaly 24. lu a luoet
imposing dress parade, ou the occasion
of a reo-p'ion to the Second Oregon vol
unteers by Mayor Pbeiau in behalf of
ihe people of :;aa Francisco, the Oregou
iina today lid their old Springtields
adieu Tomorrow, ihe ord nance and
general pioperiy of the regiment will be
tnrixd iu, eo that today was the last
time the boys will handle their old war
uus. No tears were shed over tho ap- j
proachiug reparation, although many o! !
the soldiers can remember a time when'
the old ritle saved a g cd Auurican life. I
... . . .
co.uierg regard tuc use 01 eacil an antl
0ated weapon by the arm ei of an eu
lightened nation ia warfare with savages
vastly lietter armed as otie of the biota
on the great republic's name ic the re
it'll l inn t.niv inA (nan i.arruhiiii
their fua with less emotion tiau. is usual-
raio Ijr the splendid appearance of..a-.;,. ... r.. .J I
the region ut . parade was unbounded.
Mayor Phelan hioi&elf could cot Cud
words expressive of his edmiiation.
AVitli him' were Iieu!ecant-LVonel
Herein and Lieu'euaut-Coloutjl Deck, ol
the governot'e staff; Cabnel V. P. iul-
.ivanena I'euntB". fcaJivan, and web
contributed ia doing honor to the Ore,
men. In view of the prolonged
paiu they lateiy experienced, bere !
... ' . inewoibi oi me
sorters this afternoon, .n front ol the i
Examinations continue without hitch
r.r-d; ".r.T . ere
I ' . i
luu.i uc.uis mc uuaru. urn lew are or-
, ,. , , . , - .
dered back lor more ; cnhcal iwpecuon '
mamly tnose euSencg from eye weak-
General pleasure prevailed among the i
ranks oyer the linal delivery of their
arms tomorrow. At Crat. the soldiers
thought they would have no more guard
duty after their gecs were turned in
but .eneral Summers will Lave them turns at that lata hour to the same f pot
ujount guard without weapons. Not J is there elrangied to death by some
many oi the brijs will purchase their old j body else, for their is no pretense that
ritles for keepsakes, as the government j the girl committed suicide or died from
price, flj, 13 rather n:gh for a Spring-.
field. Many ill purchase their mess
outfit?, which are rated jn:te cheaper.
Arrangements to have the regiment
return to the etatc intact are elill nnder
way. General Sbalter did not feel dis
pose! cn Lia own responsibility, to grant
General Beebe'a request to have the ord
nance turned in at Vancouver, and tele
graphed the war department again yes
terday. A reply has not been received
up to a late Lour. I: is barely psesible
that the order to tnrn in the ordnance to
morrow may yet he revoked.
There is a general desire throughout
the regiment to return Lome intact. Some
few still desire to be mastered oat here.
Companies froai down the Willamette,
and as tar ai A'hlaad, do not regard
with much favor tie id 3a ol passing
through their homes and Laving to re
turn, unless it is without materia! ex
pease to tnem.
A committee ol o2ke:s Las been ia
ijuirinK wLat ratea may bo secured for
the regiment, and a paper eiys the men
will all return in a body if suitable ar
rangements are made.
Professor Pratt, of Portland arrived
today to visit his three sons in company
. Private UotchWUc, oi G, who was
taken sick on the Ohio, is regarded in a
dangerous condition. I lis trouble ia
diagonized as acute pthisis. Major Ellis
today operated oa Lieutenant Barzee'a
wounded arm, removing fractured hone
and a thread of the lieutenant's blue
shirt that Las been imbedded eiccc the
I'ndue agitation ie fell over the case
of Private 1 rank Girad, of Albany.
ieneral Summers states that the sol
dier had applied for farlongh and prac
tically had Ihe assent of his commanders
lo leave, the formal permission being
absent, owing to the confusion of die
em barktion. Kren Lad he left without
notice, tLe general states that there
certainly would bo no disposition to be
hand 1 nnder the circumetances. "We're
Lard on googooe, but not on Americans,"
The arrival in port today of Major
Herbert W. Cardwell. on the Morgan
City, about completes the original
Dumber of Second Oregon officers in the
city. Major Cardwelfs distinguished
services iu the Philippines are not the
least that the state Las to be proud of in
C0.VLXG HOJIE is A iionv.
Salem, Or., Jnly 24. A letter received j
today from Major Perey Willis, of the
Second Oregon volunteers, now at the
Presidio, by Eugene Willis, of Salem,
jsays the regiment will be mustered out
August 7, and will reach Portland Aug
"The regiment," the letter says, "will
top and parade at Ashland, Koseburg,
Eugene, Albany and Salem, and then
finally at Portland."
It is stated that the regiment will
come Lome in a body.
Make Good Endings,
Yo-j JVC nuking n. good beginning ivhcn
you commence to take Hood" s SarsaparflU
for any trouble of your blood, slormch,
kidneys or liver. Persistently taken, this
great medicine w31 bring you the good end
ing of perfect health, strength and vigor.
ecclE par tragedy
Review of the Testimony Submitted '
and Conclusions Drawn There-
I rh. .
- u'iviiin 1 ara uagcdy vail' i
not he accaraU-lv deuned es uijstiuiojs i
in its origin or authorship, for homic.de !
Soaietiuies sua riuruicida it clearly ai
murder; ejuietinies it in cleat I? man-i
daughter, the outi-onie cf a paitionate :
(juariei; Sjineiiiute ji ie uot taey to de
termine abetLer it was n:urderortbe
lesser ciime coaimitted in U.-t blood.
The facie in the Cycle Park tragedy
would teem to paint not to murder hut ;
manslaughter, the consequence if a
quarrel. The girl, nithertoof Kojd re-j
pve, is uy ins own a inusMon iriatuated
with McDaciel aud with no other man.
Her infatuation needs no proof beyond
the fact that she was willing to meet
Mi-Daniel alone in each a spot as Cycle
Pa-k, aud not return until a lale Lour of
n:ght, in disobedience of Ih9 commands
of Ler parents. Nogiilof good repute
at home and abroad would be guilty of
such imprudence except she was Jreply
iu love with a man whom the consented
tu-meet alone in t e place where she
. . . i i .
llm worst wtluess against McDanulia
! McDaciel himse f. If .1,..
knew lha girl was uieply is !
ll lm l.tlf n . . ... 1 .t .t
, w " uu uli . ijiuiit ii;bi le per-
' e'sted in goicg with tLU icfatua'e-i girl ,
i in deflan.w ho i.. ..f ,. ...
,n 1m- i . .i . i
theui,-htof the murder in the pi.ee!
here the h-Jy as .'j-ind the iolijaini
afternoon : that thev Uh th i.ark at 10
- 3 "f.. .i ro 4 ittH ;
p. w. : that he parted wish Mia Tirrh I
j about 1 J ;M p. m. about two blocks fnmjsL'1 a4 .ae,K ro
Ifl'j'.tered the verv trou
: - - 'v- a a,v "CD I V C ALU !
well at !):; . r.. . UWnt..- i
uj Te, tli . , , , , ,.' j
next afternoon iu the:r trv.ti..,-
- W U.VLJ I
pUceof tyae Pa-U. having
becu deiJ , nambertlf LoUr.
Mia Fitch efter
the hour when McDaoio!
i-ays that he
tlirtP'T W!ltl br nair . 1.1.1..
1 v. mvi uuuic k J .JJ
Wedneed.y nUht; ,nd, althou,!,
. if, l i ... , ...
was left by him withiu onlr two blocks
f her nom 6tt) Uevef '
Lclue or tUl of , L
This testimony we have calle-l Tery
3 for McDaniel. Whv
asks the public to believe that after
parting with him within two blocks of
her own home at 10:30 p m., this girl,
is tnfatna'ed with him
natural causes. Somebodv kilie J her;
wao was that eomeho-ir, and whv did
It is not impiobable that whoever
killed Ler did not intend to commit raur
der. A quarrel under the circumstances
was the most nataral thing in the world.
A demand 03 Ler part lor marriage or
tLreatof exposure c their intimate re
lations to her parents, f ollowed by a re
fueal on Lis part, might easily lead to
bitter words on both sides. Her para
mour in a sudden fit of rage at the girl's
refueal to obey Lis wishes rather than
take counsel of Ler fears might Lave
tried to terrify Ler by choking ber, just
as a brutal man sot seldom will try to
beat hie wife into submission.
Anger prompted by her reproaches or
contumacy, or possibly by jealousy, im
pelled her paramour to choke Ler, and
without intending Ler death he caused
it by Lis passionate violence. Toe
woman was not strong, Laving Lad pneu
monia a few months since, and pneu
monia sometimes leaves the hol-j re
spiratory system in a feeble state, and
ber suspected slayer is a muscular young
The theory that the woman was the
victim of manslaughter rather than mur
der, the victim of a sudden outburst of
angry violence ratLer than cool, deliber
ate preparation, rests oa the fact that for
murder there was no apparent motive.
For even if the girl Lad made good any
threats of exposure, the possible conse
quence could not be any worse than was
sure to follow Ler death by violence and
the prompt discovery of her Lody.
If this theory bs true, the man who
killed Clara Pitch did not plot murder
but committed manslaughter in a fit
of rago following a bitter quarrel. lie
probably spent a flecples oight over
his crime; he could not iu the dark
ness effectually bide the body, Le
could not afford lo take Uight, tecauso
llight would be cjnfuseion ; Le slept on
his cart the next day because Le could
not he.p it ; Le Lad lost Lis sleep the
night before. McPaniel Las told too
ninch for hie own good. If he brought
Miss Filch alive and well a Le says to
within two blocks of her home at 10:30
p. m. Le knows Ler fate. It is incredi
ble that she returned to the spot where
she was found dead in any other com
pany than Lis own. Oregonian.
On to the Klondike.
While the lime Las not vet anived
when one can ride to the Klondike in
Pullman palace cara.ths trip has been so
simplified that it is no longer a Lard
journey. One may, without encounter
ing hardships other than Ihe putting up
for a day or two with meals that are not
op to the standard of a first-class hotel,
go from Seattle to Dawson city in eight
days, and this may be shaved to seven,
uuder 'avorable circumstances.
The route is titnple and well denned.
The steamers running between Seattle
and Skagway are all good. From Skag
way a few short hours by rail brings one
to Lake Dennett. Here a steamer is
taken and with but one short delay,
wbeie a tram ia taken for three miles, to
Dawson, Is uninterrupted.
Surely the promoters of tfia White
Pass railroai are entitled to all tbs profit
that tLey make out of their Inreetmen
BOYS SOON TO ARRIVE
k Warm Greeting Awaits Them
lncral Shatter Says Soldiers Will
bs Paid While linroute Home
Portland's Effort to Secure Vis
it From the Troops.
Pohu.vmi, July 20. Major i'au Alj.re
wires from San Francisco taat ieueral
Shatter says tin ajldiere Will bi paid
eoroute to I"or;ian J. ieneral Summers
hat appoiLtwl a vjmmittee on tiau.
portation t biriagd for hcurins traxs
to bring th trojp! to I'oruaud.
The soluier.-i have alrcadf turned ever
their arms at the Presidio. ad tlurcforc
have lot their diPtinrtive character j-j
"fJit,"' nu cjuimitteema:i, ''the
uiea arc the tame liero.-s who foubt at
Mauiia. It it, no, their arm wo w if :ie i
tJ t'or, bu'. tuea.telvea.
1 iii.e iiiey wi.l tut tiavs their arms,
QI"Jrtn!, a:l11 U,T tb,:r -lud
ba'.tla-jcarrei tlic. waicb w;:I Jaraiih a
iiiev wi i euu be tiresMM in tnv r )i
partds north aeeior.
elr tu3 r th- " "' h
lLej,U:J vDtilU il "apical eas and
cr,,t,'l toroaih ja.e amouf bail td
r" lUK :rfci raye.i ty
Lich!,:e ' '
oi t:i eii -
meot as the brave oluutecr r.e'td I
Inward, upholding U. Lonvr of l heir 1
country. The 80ct.j!ia ouuevstd i
t!l'-tSe ''W and I thti.i.aiil'
te enough u iuak .jur iii s ii.i b
wuu eninusiaauiaitnjat t'ae at i arms.
"0! course e Ink. great. pr.Je m cur i
boys ad ejld.era, aud witnej I j t.-o aud
honor them as s.!d:are. rit nince it is!
' imiwictK!p hi 1 d mi. J..uil 1 1 i . 1
r ' " "
ifitieJ, 1 tliiok oor patruifciu a deep j
enough to hotor them atyway 1:1 ar,yj
manner tKWsioie. '
"I'ntii Majjr Moora l heard tram
more detiaire'y it wi:l !s hard 10 te.i
just wht is txpee'.ed oi ttie Portland
p-ople. It is certain that the f.-re of the
a'.lej troop wi.l j;ave l tie u.a le gad
if t!ny are brougat here. It is no! Lke.y
nor do the committeemen expect, tuatt
tba Soaihern Creijn soldiers are goin to j
pay e rA fare to Portland ocd return!
and i: uny 113 n jcerary to eh-rvr a j
r-mce tlhcera hare mau- acown
the true lacts regarding the landing
of the v&iuctecrs at Sai Fran,
cieco, lha t'.'utiruent is as e:runv
in their lavjr as ever. Tue
eting of diaappoicoteot Iim aioaiiit en
tire, y worn away. No one koows the
hardships of a soldier's life on board a
transport can blame the soldiers for land
ing at San Francisco. The question of
travel pay must not b3 overlooked. Ey
granting ihe men furloughs and allowing
them time and ration money, etc., the
equivalent to the travel pay, would have I
been made good, and the government,
I. 1 . . . . - !
uave utea aaeaa in toe game Detues.
the soldiers In the meantime would have
been with friends and relatives, arid
looking out tor something to do.
General Bee be was well pleased with
what he saw at the Presidio. He says
the Oregon volunteer are fine locking
feiloae, and that one cannot but be,
proud ol them. The health of the camp
was good, end newspaper men swarmed
J.. Davis and son are erseticf a
barn for II. L implies-.
Mrs. John Henderer and family were
visiting in town recently.
We are pleased to note the return ol
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ozouf.
Mrs. Maime Henderson came np from
Gardiner for a shoit time laet week.
The dance of Saturday evening was
well attended and all seemed to enjoy
The wild blackberry crop, usually to
plentiful, ia almost a total failure the
Ihe lice ehoaerou the 2 let hid the
dust, aud made the roads more pleas
act for travel.
Active preparations aro bsiiiz made
for the lishing season which will begin
in a few days.
Farmers expect to begin harvesting
in a few days, several fields of oats being
nearly ready for cutting.
Warren Kecd brought up u drove of
hogs, a few days ago and has taken
them to Drain for shipment.
D. U. Butler was unfortunate iu get
ting a cut on his leg while logging,
which we hope will not prove serious.
The sheep meu are much aunoyod by
the depredations of what is supposed to
be bear and panthers. The maruders
have not aa yet been caught. Many
sheep and some goats Lave been killed.
The great Leondor Brothers big com
bined one ring circus ie coming this
way. They must certainly h.tve a first
class show as every town Ihey Lave vis
iled gives tbsin a rousing send off.
They say the people demand a one-ring
show so when the performance is over
they can leave the tent snl know what
they paid for had been seen. They Lave
only one act in the ring at a time, but
tbey give three Lours of solid amuse
ment. 1'our thousand six hundred and cev-
I entv bicvele licenses hava haen l.i-,rl in
tl.u riiv nr. th ..rn..n -.i .1,.
number ia still j-rowinif A-Paattln An,
w w - -
WILL BUILD A BIO CANAL.
Jackson County Farrnars to Bring".
Water From Rogue River.
" aUi i- l ti nut gold," a curdiug
tol.ti. Laviljii, who liasju!-: ictcraed
from .u. extfii'ie I trip Ihrougli Jackson
and J sephiii co ir.'.ietf, w here lia found
that far:uora r-j iutio liKin ureat t &
tenn of canala and ditches.
Mr. 1'ivildHi bad no I'n-n in that
count r (jr tevdrul yeai, and was
amazed at th c'mi-o which ha found
hai! f.lL.iii I.! iim. iliititw liia nh.rirfv 1
Where a f.;w ye.irj a.j the tillers of the
Oil ore en'irth dependent UK)n the
raiu--, Jitjlu-s f'o:u H v;ie river, the Ap. J
pleat-s river and Williams creek now
keep v. t'la'iju tl nmj .i.i nil suniaier
long, whi c mi tjni of alfail is no pro
duced where .i.i ton a as o.i.-idered au
Terag', whea UxraitH aione were relied
Ii.. I ....... i m.. ri .. . : .. . .
. J v. .um Jilll ill' , liiir
and fertil area in J i- kiu t-ou- i. hive !
recently 'i iln l t j;-in
tio.: IjJ:. c.iir.l A) u
Koj-u riier hig'i ct u:
goo1! held .';r irr. i;i.i
mil :tt nv.i i- i
.1 S 1 j.'i
'i u;i t i 'j ta'.n a
in tli - i ii ii -r,
and I -r pl.tver miniti in the winter
Ttiee f.'iur4 te ti.ud:!ij t .i i l.:il ".o
raise t':e u .no ti bill ihii .1.
whicii vi: djj'dj vail.' n' t i-.-.r
prorr 1!1!B);D a Iin:-h-d.
Mr. Davids n f i i id t ie Sjuh-r i
gon Irur.gr j tt i :n;;y t:ia p j
Ol weu-ialeJ pja.-ii. af pie, p
elr auJ I
icj to b Terr gjoJ f n tu ( hjj, j i
ujp fiiij- tier, ut ui r3. oi iu. ttai
are tak a ten' raci'un, a a r.-jh
Of la it Ftf'irjirr" u:r.i n-'.y (rt.'.
Withgja e vips u.' fiul :u ai3'.d
oniveri ii f li.ui , an I a j I 1:1 -i r. ; ei-
oa i.i pr.-p--: f r m-xt wi:i-t ;.p-i-
j'i:'j i i '.'e;j:i a' ! c. ri. r-j
e lini :n)l' m! !(- ii iea!-
Oregon .News Notes.
i i'.try i
vi?:'. ? 1
A iie h'j-tirel :i 1 a : -.u'i lirji
De.r anno n'A for f ..'1,000.
At-jM t bus i:.v t I l'r-idn'. McKiu-
Ir-V t-J a;-l'e-.
t. I tr
mirg regal 1.
: .". :L'i:if-v a
hwe-l ia .Tea'.
-' r"--' nai.w.
!r:n'e i;!r Lan vf VV
j more 1'iati Uke.i t io- ever a: ti.e.
! r,k-?r(V iili.v.n-i i... 1 .y-
1-1 keep lie.- th Aa'Jer ol CJ1i:ut:: al:ve.
Ci-.'!lj'.i;g was i.ftert l trio; it 'I risco,
but as rcjjtej berate thev had to pay
f jr it.
Kl.,. jrcr,ar. ,r(,rl, .,, ,, ,.
tun, ha rtturte! froaj a tag years' etii
in Klondike, a rich man.
Tne Sfcoad O;eoo boys hives-i.-rju 1
ered their cons t th-3 war HepAr'.m;nt,
and t irne-J over a:; o.hr proper y.
One of the traasc)!iticen'al lines re-!
porta that it his o! J over l a 1 a u.d ion
acres o! rf ;m farming Uo 1 in t!.e past
I ieheraian are receiving i,1., cea:s per
poinl f jr Caiuoik al no.i at Aitoria.
The hUaet price ever rr;!ivil fir sal-
m in on ths Co!irnbi
A le'.ter rcrired at SaVm aij t'ie o!-
nntee-s wol d cot.b hime ii 4 bodv.
Stopping at Ashland. Roeny. 11 igene,
Al'itoy, S i!"ni aid Portland.
b'en jil.c i!!- d.'cil: ! ia
on tba. ia aa eas-'Cincr ce a tihv-!
istcian imy dnv a :r-m a b-i Ig i a' a
. . . . - -. . . -
sp3J 1 grca'er thai :h r. pjriui'ttf I t j o--
I 'I the stare pri.vi.-i.; o'E:-) a. S tie 11 ;
about a dizs.i ratn an at wjrk, fi.iis'.iug I
no the Lousi an 1 s-nite jv.iraaU. j
Work on the sjprem ciart leports will j
be commenced when ibtjiutnils are!
M. O. Wilkin his instituted a suit in !
the county court of Lsse county rgaii.st I
J. C. (.-oc-dale. The plain-d asks for!
judgment in the som of 231U.G3. The '
amount is made up from as!g v d claims 1
from F. K. Dann and George Wni-mn.i
Labor Las beeu at a premium Lere, 1
(or tho runt n.ftr. iirii llitt A nt!iin. '
Herald, owing to the fcarcity of Lands
for the Lay fields. Two dollars per day
waseffered iu seTeral inetiixes, and
failed to secu'e the desired number of
"What imprersed tue most ou this,
my firs', visit to tlm cjat was the gener
al air ol prosperity written over Ihe face
of everything," is a remark made by.",
visiting editor to the Telegram. Ore
gon and the coast states are rrj iyioga
ea&on of unexcelled prospe'ity.
James Wilson and family ol Dai Us,
are at their Fell hill furui, gathering
and rani'iog their crop of about three
tons of cherries Ho is putting them up
inpintjirs, of which he has already
bought 200 dozen, and will nerd many
more. The frail will bo handsomely
label -d before being placed ou the mar
ket. Johnnie Little, ol Wasco county, sold
2253 Load ol his stieep at Jl.tK) in the
Cl.icago market, i in tr. cd lately opon Lis
arrival. The remainder ol Little's sheep
are feeding at Bijlticld, X. D Kohler.
who unloaded at Celliold a day later,
found S00 dead sheep in the cars. It is
s"pposed that they got hold of poison
while feeding at Missoula, Mont.
W.T. Emery, the cattle-buyer from
Oakland, Or., was in Hindoo Ihe fore
pattofthe wefk from Southern Curry,
where ho purchased 2000 head of sheep
and will drive them to Easlern Oregon,
says Ihe Hiadon Recorder. There are
eeveral cattle and eheepbuyera in this
eeclioa t presc-ut, and all tho available
stock ia being purchased for shipment.
Aft er a drill In San Francisco last week
General Baebe said: "The work of the
Second Oregon is spleudid. Tbey are a
fine body of men and tba state is proud
of thein." During the di ill an Oregon
lady recognized Col. Summers and said
she was going to kiss him. "ft Is Bob-
son's tight," said the Colonel, and the
sculalory smbrart followtd,
THURSDAY, JULY 27, i8q
New Store !
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYI.O & WILSON LLOCk
There is a Quality
luercivrc c a
Ui:r a;:u i
The i:itrrit f
h.i c built u",i .
. i r
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
xar: le 1 Iay nu 1 Nit
his is the
C. W. PARKS
Speaking of Nigh
r X.' . v 1
While wo Lave Imperials at $1J5 ntid S-jO our -) wheel is jnt ns
utiiii liu.vci: as our $ 50 otie. tb j JitTereuca beinr simply in the liuish
I'u9 aluve meutioae 1 wbils uro jat us high grada as any wLeel
in the mirLet and NONE is suporior ia material or mecbauisui.
The oldest wheels uow iu uso ia the city are Imperial. These
wheels have been iu oustant use sinoo 18'J2
T. K. RICHARDSON.
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
DEALERS IN ALL KIN'PS OF
Slltl'FlYGWIS JUD PROVISIONS
FINE TEAS AMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
ALSO A Ft Ll. LINK OK
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Aqy Job Work done at
jr roeery ;
r.i !m;il: fjiuaiitif -i. a;ul buy frcqucr.tly, i
wys have a I;rc6li Stock
(Juality. and vc hit the mirk-5
oi;: prescription Department f
b.ijje ti.iJc in this line. i
A lull and complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Hvcrything 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 .ve invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
Wc carry the largest stock of to
baccos iu Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers.
One Door South ol P. U.
linSKDI RG, OKEUON,
Undertaker1 nad Embalmer.
A Complete lir" of
-now on LanJ.
Ladies Droes GoxL, KiLLon, Trim
inioH, Laces, Ktc., Etc..
Also s fine lino of -
of the Lest quality abd latest style.
Staple aud i'aticy
Vrjod, Wiilow, atiJ Glassware,
Crockery, Cordage. Etc., also oa
Land arid at prices to bait the
Aa op-txi&te line of
H. C. STANTON.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Soatherii Pacific Co.
Ciprai Uum 1st. Portland d&llf.
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The Favorite Transcontinental Roots
Between the Northwest and all
Ch vice of Two Route
Through the Famous
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Routes Last
ol Pueblo and Denver.
All Passengers granted a day stop-over
in ttie Mormon Capital or anywhere be
tween Crdeo and Denver. Personally
condoiled Tourist Excursions three days
a weea 10
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets aud any Information Re
garding Rates, Routes, etc., or for De
scriptive Advertising Matter, call on
AgenteM Oregon Railway fe Navigation
Co., t,iregou i-hort Line or Southern
Geuersl Pass, vt Ticket Agent,
t .eneral Agent,
251 Wash. M. Portland Or,
Koseburg P. O. Hours.
eek days. 0:30 a. m. too p.m. Sun
days and holidays, ti:j0 to 9 .00 a, m.
and 5:30 to 7:10 p. in.
Roeeburg to Marshlield Le parts ev
ery day at 6 a. m. : arrives every morn
ing. I.'ueeburg to Myrtle Point. Departs
every day at 0 a. ut. ; arrives every
Roscburg to Millwood Departs every
day except Sundays at 7 a.m.; arrives
every day except Sundays at 4:43 p.m.
Koseburg to Peel Departs Idaily, (ex
cept Sunday) at 7 a.m.; arrives daily,
(evcept Sunday) at 3 p. iu.
Koseburg to Lurley Departs Tues
days and Fridays at I p. m.; arrive j
Tuesdays and Fridays at 11:30 a. tu.
If you sutler from tenderness or full
ueee on the right side, pains anier
shoulder blade, conitipstiou, biliousness,
tick headache aud feel dull, heavy and
sleepy your liver is torpid and congested.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers will core
you promptly, pleasantly and perma
nently by removing the congestion aud
causing the bile ducts to open and flow
nalurallv. tiikv ahk uood pills.
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Q,EJtiE M. BROWN,
A ttorney-at-Law ,
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BaV B. RXDDLX,
Attorney at Law,
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Attorney and Counselor at Law,
WDt simaUaa ia all tka avarta at tba Baata.
So. ta Mantra BJ.m. ti. i - t
Attorney at Law,
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Uttif ease, a .ptoaity.
Lata SaeUiai O. & Laad OUem.
JA BI CHASAN, Notary Pabllc,
Collections a Specialty.
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Q ft. GEO. E. HOUCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
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lv CTery aevoad and roajnKSudap.
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at i p. m.
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'x erery WeOueaJay e renins at Odd Paa-aa
HalL YtaiUnc laaia-tila ta tood ataadlaa eat
tlaily laTiied to auead.
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.m Hrl laud thixl TueaSay ot each month
in lUcai'l Mamun: ball.
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their hail lo Odd Peikxa Taanla at Koaaoiua.
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hold then rtcular vomauDlcatnwa at lha
( O.O. P. halloo Kuood aad fourth Vbunda
U aaoh mouth. AU aicaibara taquaalad to at
tcud regularly, aad all vlaltinf braihais eor
llally tinned to attaud.
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Membuaoi thaordet ta aooS t'sadlna ara la.
rttad lo attend. " ' '
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