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NOTE HtAllS. 1X1 TEH
rtfAD.. KILL rlAl5
No better field tlia Southern Ore
con; no better mcjiu-n through which
to Adi ertise.
I.tccuud o abort notice at prices
continent with (td work.
PI A T1TTW A 1
ROSICBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST
mother BIG rilillT
Negroes outnumler the. whites in Cu-
Making Slrrnuons Efforts to Se-iXaB,tion..r.,
'""'us a.. vuiM I U
1 eecure Ancrieia citizenship.
' Canada ba oile.-teJ royalty 0:1 Klun-
J dike oirpat cf $l3,0i "0,000 t:e se is..!..
THE CELEBRATED DREHIS VJOS
i TI.- m ... : ... ... -
-iriiirfu govern Hint will ami at
the extermination of the Yaii-'i In
dian?. The Spanish genera's Toral and 1 "a
reja were aciui'ted bv itvitt-m.irti-.t '
Mt Arthur tngages big
Near San fernando.
I11e.it .I.i. I.e.itiville destroyed fevvral j
liiiUHft", Stiudav. 1
j Cmpaii v I.
out (.f the ?-rr
New Store !
rORCLS THL LNEM.'S RETRLU
His Counsel Talks With the Ureatest
Freedom and Express Firm Belief
That the Prisoner Will be
Mamia. August S. Aguiualdo Las
for the surrender cf Santiago.
On a recent eeientitic test, a worker in
uiciaie Eiicceeued in drawing
Drives them Back lie Miles in less
than five hours Ten Thousand
a i?i t!n liis huh uitiitered '
.. il i - 11 v-i'J!itrcii.
Al'.any In- i 1 i)iii..inv lii. li will
liia!ti:Uctir- tf tilire mm grain bag.
Ti.i- OfiV 'U h ya listened toi
li . 11 l rt r l. M-U', their (orincr
I" it nil ; ( tidli'd w.
at !'.) '. a r i t.) ; 1
li. : .!.v
1111 bag.. ;
1 a sermon ( J
nor ch- , A
a i stock or
A Complete liu"
now on Laii.l.
j GENERAL DIRECTORY
I V.t.tiKUM.Uu, W.w.MeaiMa
Coi;gnotu 'Th. H Toofna
I 'JI.A- MOOO T
i Oortnior T T Uw
1 r.T:.'7 "' sut r. I. ktabar
ireuurtr - u Moo
.11 fr illl
ceut out into :,:H) feet cf aire.
a co.jf 1 j
appealed to the po era for recognition of
the Fiiiiiioo icljiendeuce" in a doco- j !in Antonio, Tex., we loomed home
uietit dated Tai me, Ju.y '27, and signed i WUn Public ovation three d srharired :
; !'.i-M. ':.-t ! S. I'. r.-.iir.Ji.l l:i.es .
j in tr v : !iti 1 1 ' '. n'y liui.v
j hutii wi f;isi ii-t and frcuht Iraliic.
j ' ' ' iur r.-p tiIK (.fraud '
j K iil.Ie v.i y is now cstiu. sfe l nt 0,WK)
VAiiU.M.ic.N, Ai:g. (.ieutral t His L" n--e thai: .L.-tiljif Ut year's;
j coiifirnaB the epert of a battle at r;anj v;i'1
Fernando in the (o'lowinir rablecraiu : l.a' ck : 1 : n n avr-i'e i,l '
by r.uenca:i'i!.i.j. It has been received
by all the foreign cobsuls in Manila with
the rfquest that they forward it to their
Manila Mai-Arthur, wiMi 4XHI men, j a! .11 t ie:
soldier of the lS:h ir factry recently.
Canada will treble the military tare
of her Victoiij, 15. C, carrison, tirobiU
; aaacaea me insarpeut army, l.jtv etiong , 1 11 - .1
coureoiraiea aicuti.i m e'nalJ, at 1 county mi.'.
1 '! IV 1 1 1 i.:to
(r. 111 'i. I.aue '
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAVl.OK & WILSON BLOCK
I T u.,i, 1 1.. I .1. I:i 1 T.:...
tiling", Laces, Kt, Etc.,
AIoo a fine lin of
5:15 this njoreini:. At 10 o'clock A. M.
be had driven "l five miles in H.n .tire.-.
ly on account of thn K
NewYokk, Auc. S. A Bpeciid to the! 10 '. "go CJ, 000 dee licenw. h.v'"tatk Wft ,rJered !- r u-e .tli in-tant;
UeralJ from Washington Biy : .Sjme i been fue l for this year, and 7CO0 or ; rain did not permlt the movement at
uneasiness prevai'.s in military circles j 0,010 ,re expected to be taken out. ! tli1 ,ilne' Tll"i frcnl Angeles
relative to the attitude of China with re- T.,m tf,i ... . - . .. I n. rth 19 Ha.liy waelied by unprecedented
epect t the rilipincs. as the result of ! ,wav tothnr,. ...a- ..... . I
her refusal to permit the Fhipment of j they are coming back on th
iiuietre uii.ii3?r vy afuif ui iipcerai 0r.
Otis to Manila on the ground that they
are "contraband of war." While the ! w fcen Missouri farmer can , ell (be
Keed and Dick flmkor C1;). L ,
j noons 01 ine last six weete, ana it h ve-
son.e weeks ago, and notr . Ton j abi!it of th inanrvpnta t.i t.
1 j -
TekiDg giverr.roeot has Co! fci irally rec- ' 1 ' ou " "10Bfan'J 'em for JjOi, ths
ognized the belligeiecev of Aguinaldo, ' Purt.basr 10 ! the net, the agricultural
her announct ment that horses are con- hwlu,'uit 6 "oa:d be aarkeJ
! pair it. !
I MTAiUS or THE li Milt.
! Maxila, Aog. a. 7:10 T. M. 1'it.ii -'
of MacArthur's adfarue N-y.-.n.l
Fernando showed the Atnerictii" r
Stee'l -.1 c il;i;.jn n'
bef-TC. 1'i.e ti -ii- ri",
grower . an ti , r. .. .i
getl er lii;- y.-jr.
( i r Hits ui h !-
tion Auj. 111., i j .l.ii l
iifn:: tt r'.;l.",.l t.
itli vi tii :, 1 1 p'it .11
lihl : : - :!clli.
.In Cii r I, i f .'a fw ni l t -.rjnty, is
hiving a brief i..' . ur 10 ) p.n (.ricted
ir, l!n.' i. t. i-ajtio-t t ie O.
I.iiii.er ! .4 11 rvr
an t t, . I.. --
I '.i.i.e to-
a p; il.tl elec-
: lie ) ie-:ion of
to Hi c ire 1 inJe
1 i' v wa'er and
r?upt. Hut. Iiiiiructibo
btae hrlu'jrf. ...
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..W. H. LMyla
Free Delivery j
Liorses are con
traband is regarded as dangerously near
Officials interpret their action to mean
that China holJs lhat this government,
inetead cf being engaged in the tup; res
eion of an insurrection it involved in a
war, and that exi Is purchased by it in
her empire for the use of the American
army are consequently contraband.
This government has taken no dipia- ;
inatic notice of China's deilira'ion that!
horses are contraband. i
Keports received here have shown, the j
desperate efforts made by tbs Filif iocs'
t feccre recognition of Au:n'do'i gov :
ernment. They have g'.T.e so far as to;
refuse to permit the releaso tf Spanish1
prisoners unless Spain firt rev.ignizei"
their belligerency. Because cf the great (
change which woald occur in the s'atns '
of the Filipinos by recognition of their'
belligerency by any nation, this govern
ment h doing tveryUiing possibie to pre
vent it. It is believed these eSorte will
be sacce6sJul at least nntil the result of
the next campaign is apparent.
Should the dry eeason end with the in
surgents Etill in the bei J, the difficulty
of preventing foreign recognition will be
uotch in pjt.lic estirustioa
up a;edandat'J o'clock had advai.ct I ''
, ii'iVs alone ihe railwv 'rftl !.in" tn
a . I
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is 1 fiffi film.
1 -j iirnfiin nnnnnnr nun nnnnrnw
' Hi MKit 1U Htll.
Veterans of Wellington,
eon, or Grant, Could
Have Done Better.
Defense is Confident.
In the battle of Malabon ou Saturday, .March 25,
1S99. the Second Oregun regiment, U. S '., tok an
active and leading part and displayed- courage, valor
and endurance of the highest order. Ior years to
New York, Aug. S. A d Li patch L the
World from Eennes says: Maitre Lv
bori talks with remarkable freedom on
the attitude of the judges. The corres
pondent of tLe World asked him :
"Eo yoo feel quite sore of victory this
"Yee, entirely," he sahl confidently.
"The judget ara already assured of D.-ey-f
us' innocence. Only old Colonel Jouan
ebs eeexE seems shall I say afraid, lest
he appear prejudiced. So he appears
unnecessarily harsh toward Dreyfus.''
"Do you think 'he general opinion is
that Dreyfas is too vehement?"
Tut yourself in bis place," answered
Labori, with leeling. Naturally he is
nxioug to impress Lis judges. This
wretcbad joke has already lasted too
"How long with the trial last, do vcu
Labori Ehrugged bis ehouidem,
' Anywhere from eight days to three
months. I bave no idea what tactics
tbe government commissioner intends to
adopt. I am not in bis confidence. All
these fine soldiers keep as much from
me as tbey possibly can."
Madame Dreyfas was not in court be
cause of the increased number of anony
mous threatening letters she daily re
ceives. Her villa is now protected night
and day by an increased force of gen
darmes. DeMange, one of Dreyfus' at
torneys, eaye that be is convinced tbe
examination of the much-talked-aboot
"secret dossier" the war department's
mysterious budget of documents on
which Dreyfus was condemned five years
ago will not require more than two
sessions. He said :
"As soon s they exhibit the d;co
ments we will puncture their famous
secret dossier, and it will be shown that
there is nothing in it. Colonel Jouansle
Vindication cf Dreyfus.
The trial of Dreyfas at Cennes this
week is rather a judicial viac'.ication
than a trial, for every holy now knows
that Dreyfas is innocent, or at least that
there is no proof against him. Appar
ently little interest is taken in tbe trial
in France, yet it is one of the most re
markable incidents of trie century. All
France that bad a voice joined in con
demning and convicting Dreyfus; and
when Zola exposed the horrible con
spiracy against him, denounced tbe con
spirators, and demanded justice, nearly
all France bowled for Zola's blood and
would not bear of justice for Dreyfus.
Yet in tbe space of a few months Zola
triumphs, tbe conspirators Eink out of
sight, Dreyfus is brought back for vin
dication, and rolatile France, though
not yet ready to make a hero of him, is
indifleYently contented. Dreyfus owes
bis liberation and vindication first to his
wife, next to Zola, next to the truirpet
tongued protest of the Anglo-Saxon
world, and finally to the substitution of
an honest and fearless for a corrupt and
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in tjr..--Myr:.e Pjitit Kitetpn-e.
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ter in Tort laud. rac:icl.y al .f a da- I )
jteri.v thirart-r. Kntertnlrr( thu.fc- C '
of the Lfbt quality htiil latent fciyle.
btaple an J i aticy
Wood, WilJ.jw, hul Glassware,
Crockrv. Corda. Etc., blso -in
Lau 1 anl at trices to suit the
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H. C. STANTON.
EAST AHD SOUTH
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A. C. MARSTERS & GO.
ton or Napoleon or Grant could liavt- done better. '
Xo cue can possibly conceive the heroic bravery of '
the Second Oregon on this occasion unless he has '
walked over the battle field; over the insurgent
trenches one after another: through the thicket and '
jungle, over open stretches where for 500 yards the
boys faced a steady rain of bullets; and up to the final '
, insurgent lines which consisted really of a fort with f.
stone loop holes. This is not exaggeration. It is '
not half the truth. The whole truth concerning the '
work of this regiment will not be written. No one '
saw it all. and dosr-rintin-n! nf thncp" rticVipc tl.rnnrrli S
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fields where the air was fairly charged with pulsing
lead would hardly be believed? God only knowns.
There is an old saying that it takes a ton of lead to
kill a soldier. The natives are phenomeually poor
marksmen. This fact and a favoring providence
saved the Oregons as it did other regiments from
The insurgents with repeating Mausers threw
torrents of leaden hail at our lines at random some '
f-. bullets must find a victim. '
wui. uuuuiv.13 uuum ui. Jiuuu ui 1113 icyiuitlll.
The Eighth Arm- Corps should be proud of this rec-
ord and the good people of the great state of Oregon
can words express how they feel? People of
Oregon, your sons have proved that their blood is '
like that shed at Thermopylae and Bunker Hill. '
Freedom, Manila, P. I. y
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(ieneral Wbeeler met at Sacramento
recently, General Crosiiy, who forty
years ago taught him, at West l'oint, to
ride a horse.
The Penn forest trout hatchery, near
Mancb Chunk, Pa., is said to lie tbe
moet complete propagation plant of the
kind in the world.
The president has inn-icI orders lo all
first and second class postmasters ihat
whenever action i contempla'ed look
ing to the removal from office of a sailor
or soldier of the civil or Spanish wars all
the facts in the case must be communi
cated to Washington before action is
Homer Davenpjrt, the celebrated ar
tist left "ew York last Friday for Africa
via London, to do special work for the
New York Journal. lie will be e ;ual to
the occasion, and we uiay expect to see
President Krager as be really is. Hom
er will give those whiskers a touch nev
er before penciled.
Wherever Admiral Dewey goes he
draws like a magnet. While slopping at
different places along the Mediteraneau
sea people from all over F.urope flocked
to see the greateet naval hero of modern
times. Both be and bis men are faking
a deserved good rest after their long and
arduous duties at Mar.ila.
Gradually conservative England baa
relented in ita opposition to S'un.Iay
cycling. Dr. Farrar, dean of Canter
bury and one of tbe moet distinguished
officers of tbe established church in Eng
land, gave to tbe cyclists permission to
The.governor of Pennsylvania seems
to be an expansionist at least in borne
affairs. He met bis regiment at 'Frisco I parade at Canterbury on Sunday, July
and took them noma across the continent 1 11, and invited them to hear an address
in special train. appropriate to the occa sion.
each Eide of it for two miles and resting
at night threj miles from Angeles which
will bo made the hose of cperatious fu
stead of 8an Fernmi lo, whera a garrison
of 000 men have lcu left. The casu
alties are b.',wee;i 2J and -10.
Filipinos weic surprised expecting the
American fnrcs tj move against Tico.
They followed their ii6ual tactics of hold
ing their trenches until they became too
warm and t.'ieu retreating in disorder.
They are no falling back through l'or
ice. The Twelfth and Seventeenth regi
ments had the sharpest enitagt-menlj.
The couctiy is covered with rica li-lds
and bamboo thickets, the hardest possi
ble ground for inarching. Mud iu
places was knee-dicp.
Angeles is one of the richest towns
north of Mani'a an-J i'i consi.t-iied a bet
ter base of operations than Sau Fernan
do. The forcei at San Fernanda consist
ed of the Iowa regiment, Seventeenth,
Nineteenth, Twelfth and Bell's now
Thirtysixth regiment, battalions of
Sixteenth, troop F, Fourth cavalry and
Movement has boon planned for some
time but was delayed by rains. Finally
two day of sunshine dried the rice fields
sufficiently to permit the attempt.
Americans position had long been un
pleasant. Rebels alinoit surrounded
the town and fired nightly into it, tho
Americans not replying except on ex
treme provocation. It was necesiary to
keep cOO or (.00 men on outpost duty constantly.
pvive -f-d weii foan, aud : i
wr.l Wi rt i a :ui'..i 1.1 aril mjrc i-i.auipb- j
,- :a -u r. -1 Fi.t I; a tbe kind that j 2
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teres, ti, em : -Mtioa
sbcwa U-Vl-s i hildren
tit aud tiie ili- ri u': u a'eales
l','y.S i tr;ni coi tv r.h ;
sc!io! c-ui lreu iceivrs 1 l,si; !SJ. j J'
i u'j per capita n ;.i a-i aaliiSt
ll.in. Cha. i. V.'i.kai-on died at his
home in I.u-i.e A'ij. '. o' . ot:?j:i.ition. '
a;b-r an ulncss cf ?vv.-ral jeaia. lit aas,
born at .-fiueral r-jitit, Wis , in Jaiuary
ls.70. lie rtiu -e ! to K-igene in ',,
andcirreJ I.-i:e county ii the i-ta'e
.eielatuie ia t!i e-j.i )a of lvil, and
was ti.e youngest miii'jer of the I'gis-latu-e,
beiug barely of s-e.
.1. N. I'-'jn, li) ciai.u to hi aa ag"nt
for the Be!i-c j A Il.irn t'i tliin Co., of
Slu Franciscj, was air.'.-itel in Myrtle
Pont, WeJues.liy, by Marshal Johr
Carter, of Mart-hlield, fur Mcuricg de
pojils frotn cuit .tuira ahotii he pretend
ed t sell c'.ot'jing to and never deliver-
iog the g )J Is. II was ta'aen lo Mars'.- !
Cell for t-ia'. C "j i;l!a llulietin.
1 rai.k li. ilc-i.n, ul.i e huuling in tbe j
hills near Willow creek, about two miles i
roui Vale , lait Sunday, found a cannon
ball in a ravine ah:ch weighs 1J pounds.
The supposition is that it was tired from
one of I'ocle Sam's crudtj cannon then
in use when l.euiral Crook was waging
war agaim-t the Nrz I'erces Indians in
l-Soo-lSii. This uiak-e the third cannon
ball found iu that vicinity.
"C'jni,.arativtly few poisons aie aware
cf ti e creat activity being displayed in
go'ibling up the remaining timber lands
in thin region, l'eopls ho purchis d
larg'3 tracts of timlier land five or six
yeiirs ao and have not been able lo
dispese of llieai, a-e now smiling and
happy, an 1 ascureJ o! a proli'ab'.e out
c tu'i to ti.eir investment?. Persons
who neg'eCel ppportuni'C9 to por
clni6u timber lauds at the prices aiked
two ycara or even on" jear a;o now seo
wliere they le:- fortane slip through
their liugcid, and are striving to get
tven by aujuirio a'l lie timber tUfy
Revolution In San Dom'njo.
his is the Place
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A lull and complete assortment
of all goods usually kept ia a first
Everything onercd 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.
C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.
Pour Ai FitiscK, Hayti, Aug. 8. Tbe
revolutionary Dominican troops, wbicb
asRcmblcd at Munaminthe, have crossed
the frontier aud have taken possession of
Dajabon. The g.irri3on at that place re
tired to Fort Belar, the tlrategic position
;o:nmandiog the to-vn. The foraign
population and Haitian consul bave left
the place. The llaytiau government is
taking measures to prevent Jiininez from
landing in its territory.
"No education for negroes," is the
chief plank in the platform on wbicb
Maj. James K. Yardsman is making an
active canvass lor the democratic nomi
nation for Governor of Miaainaippi.
I-agbly feur percent of the entire slate
of Idaho ic still public land, amounting
to more than 1,000,000 acres. Of this
area it has been estimated by tho Gov
ernment Geological S irvey that 7,000,
OoO acres can bo irrigated successfully.
Kansas baa two head of cattle, one bog
oiio third of a horse ami one fifth of a
sheep for overy man, woman and child
in the BtRt?.
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Speaking of High Grade Wheels!
While we bave Imperials at o-1 and our wbel i'a w as
niiiii liitABK aa our otic th- dirTreDCA b in simply in the finish
Tho above mentioned whls ar jusf as hih gra In as my wheel
ia tha ruirket and NONE is superior iu tunterial or uiecbaoisui.
Th( oldeit wheels now in us in the city are IrniMruh. These
wbeelq hvi been in constant nsi sin; H.12
T. K. RICHARDSON.
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
UE.VI.ER3 IN ALL KIXIW V?
51l HD FANCY GROCERIES fll PROVISIONS
FINE TEAS HMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
ALSO A KI LL LINK OK
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
UIVK US A TRIAL. 0K Jhwr south nl P.O.
HtUK nt'LIVI-RV. ItOHKUl KU. (iti:(i(IN,
TTJ...ir . t r i.i
unaercaBP una LmDaimEr. $
Any Job Work done at
f Reasonable Rates -
E. lOEHLEi. C U. MARKKAM.
Maaaccr. li. F. a Pua. Acer t.
L-.rt i ;.B--i.-'n a. aa Iraji- :-- witw
;.!; '..&e- ' r Ua a i. -'a ;::. v t.r a, Il
Phi.;.i.r-ic a- ! :m .
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B HO"I.E Ar.c; i: V. C. U NK'X
CITT I'.l lfc L1T!5,.
1 .jr i ..am-n i war.: of tie city of Knaebuni
tii- ir'. Jl-.-a-Uj in rata xuoa'.b at a
u c - i . to.
Tie lu-cuit C:rl for Ijr;jt:aa Cotuitr tia
tirw U--ne a y-ar aa f-,irm. Ttut u Mo.
iJ -a lUna. let c.4 Hoc da t ia Jaaa. aad lav
Hi MocaUf ia Dkc. i. W. Haauiwa!
o-tZAirx ;a-'e. o. SL Brown, o aUattarB.
o intjr Cu.il--. is'Vu ibe lat WiiaMday a!t-v
lit lt Muular iaaaarr. Marc a. May. ialy,
t-l aoJ .SOTsber, Joa. Ljom !
lra-a. sa U. M I 1 aoaim at eeotuev
a" l J. b. cm. oi O.; a. roui ai aaimnii
Prr-tie lnjn ia ia oauoa ooauaaawtj. Jom
Q"MMi'i:K . JAL'Kxj.N",
Au.-n.i-y -.1.-! l -ejii livr at La
Ijk si. 1 Wjut KigLts mai
Q-KP.iKJE M. EEOWN,
Rei T aad (
Ta; : -r Uaoa K.ocA. ROelBC RS. Ok
JRA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
Ia; .a vvi.a BU.
"Sink Line ot la orM '
The Kavi.rite franecontinental Koute
IVloeen the Ncrlhwest and all
Choice of Two KouU-s
Through tbe Famous
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Koutes Last
of Puebio and iVenver.
A I Passengers granted a day stop-over
iu tLe Mormon Capital or anywhere be
twiin Osden and Ienw. Personailv
conducted Tourist Eicursions three days
a wrrk to
Omaha, Kansas Citv,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
Fur Tickets and auy Information t'.e-
gardiog Kates. Koutes, etc.. or for IV
scriptive Advertising Matter, call on
Agentslol Oregon Railway A Navigation
Co., Oregon Short Line or Southern
S. K. IIOOPEK,
Ueneral Pass. A Ticket Agent,
K. C. NICHOl..
251 Wash. st. Portland Or
Roscburg P. O. Hours.
Week days. 0:30 a. m. to S p. m. Sun
days and holidays, t::X) to 9:00 a.m.
and 5 .30 to 7 :30 p. ni.
Koseburg to Marshtield IVpatta ev
ery day at 0 a. va. ; arrivra every morning.
Koseburg to Myrtle Point. Departs
every day at 0 a. m ; arrives every
Koseburg to Millwood Departs even
day except f-uujaysm (a.m.; arrives
every day except Sundays at 4 :t, p. ut.
Koseburg to Peel Departs daily, (ex
cept Sunday) at 7 a. m ; arrives daily,
(evcept Sunday) at 3 p. m.
Koaeburg to Lurley tVparta Tues
days ami rriiiays at t p. m.; arrives
Tuesdays and Fiilas at 11 tot) a. m.
If you suffer from tenderness or full
uess on the right Me, pains under
shoulder blade, constipation, biltousnes.
sick headache and feel dull, bcavy and
sleepy your liver is torpid atid congested.
DeWitt's Little Farly Kitwrs will cure
you promptly, pleasantly and perma
nently by removing tbe corg'SMon and
causing the bile ducts b open and fl jw
naturally, t'isy ah oojh pu is.
A.C, MAR.STKnsA CO.
KXEBl R'j, OSXjVS
K"'a t a-1 Z
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
a w?1 I ma tawentrca atlafStata (.
lea ia Mj.r Bic4. Domt, mrmmj. Or.
Attorney at Law,
Rooa 1 A i. Jtamcr B.J.. RosIBCRB. o
IM Biiaa bc'ore Lhe f. S. land OSV aad
aiuuit ce a p-a;:y.
Late RtceiTfa- T. S. Laad Qce
J H AN AN, Notary Pabik,
Collections a Specialty.
C 2L HAS BY,
le-er-ni-tic o. .
-SRA BROWN, M. .
OFKICB. a Ja.kaoa buxt, al r
i lvDcc ol Mra. J. Biucr.
Q'i.t.lO. E. HOICK,
Physcian : Surgeon.
ottcc P.-.; OE iv b:.v
cJt J- .nUaara.
DOs-EBUKiJ UlVIelOS XO CHS, B.CF LI,
mixta cTery kcvui) and lourih uaday.
II TOMES 3 RKUEP COUPS SO. 10, MEETS
' " 1m and Uurd Frulara ia each atoata.
OESOrO, XO. is, G. A. R.. MEETS TBI
v 4rM aud third Thumlafa ot each BMMla.
A U'HA LODGE, XO. ?. K. OF P., MEETS
ca eTvry Wexlenlay ctoIi( at Odd Faiiowa
Ha.l. Viiuii kn-chu in guod itaadioc oor
llaity lariu-J Lo attend.
LACREL l onot. A. F. A. M . REGULAR
mecurgi uie iJ aad ia Wednesdays la
eaca mon .b.
I! KNE U PAKROTT W. M.
X.T. Jiaan. !-t.
pOSKBURUCHAPTER, XO. S. O. . 8.. MEETS
ax. tha tint and liunl Taamlays ol eaca
LIBBIB UOSUOW.W M.
MAI HE RA?T, S-y.
AJOl'EKS WtHDMEXOF AMFRICA. MEET
-A (a tiri aud tbiid Tuesday oi eavh moota
in em sin .Karon ic Hal L
II. L. M K-TSB. Ikrk
H. W. M-.U.EB. V. C.
ty'ODME OK TIIK VORU. Oak CsiE
Xo.li unfit at th Odd Feilufra' HaU
a Ribiinj. i-n-ry li. Snl and ita Monday
iiaiuit. Miiiiug ucigUbiira alwari weiciHM
v ... ... O. P.Coaaow, CU
pllILETARIAS LOUUK. XO. S, I. O. O. F.
1 moi-U Satiinlav rTcuin ol eaoa wtwk St
th.'ir hall in tKld Fellow IVmple al Roaeoorm,
M.-inlTui the order tn rood tiandlot arelnTlk
d to altemt. B. VY. slKuNu. N. O
X.T. Jiwstt, 8eey. D.&VIkkt.
P.O. ELK. ROEBURU LOIXiK. XO.
lJ hoi-! their regular couimunkaiioo at tha
t O. O, F. hall on aeooud and fourth Thursday
ii each uiouiii. A.l member r-qucWd to at
teud rrtiu'.ar.r, aud all Tlaiuus brothers cor
lially imitvil to attend.
CHAS. U UAiiLEY, E. R
IK V B. R1HHLE. biiavlary.
ROSKBI'RIS t.OPHE. XO. 16, A. O. U. W.
cievls th. aei-oad and fourth Monday ol
K-h uonib al?:Alp. mm. at Odd Fellow halt
Member of Un order in food a landing ar la
filed to attend.
D 3. Waal,
F. W. Roeli. Flnanlvr,