Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1899)
the plaindealer HOME FROM THE WARfetrTJ;
Published Monday andThtirsitaj-.
TBI FLAIXPEAI.EK PUBLISHING c
K. i. STRA1FOED
TV. C. COXXEB
J. L. STRATFORD,-
..Mst. and .lU-itor
Ouc Year ..
Six Mouths ..
V iO (
band H'iil G. A. K. ineiuoera forming a '
I double tile, tlirouli which the vohtn-;
teeii Mid otlicer passed to t lie lmiiuet la-
b'es, which f.tiilv groaned under th im
mense weight -l tin- ihlic.icies of the
i After the lii -,t bataliijii fr comlu.t- '
My seated, the I. ami and G. '. 11. re-
I, ..,, I l.i l",n , I.iimI h.T" .1 ileillUllStril-
tiuu hiiiiiUi ti.lhut tendered the first sec
tion, greeted the second train, which ar
rived about 10:o0p. ni. and carried the
Second battalion conimauded by Major
I'lip march was aain resumed to tlie
j (uuare, and tlie sauio demonstration r ;d
I program w v can led it the arnval
I ,i( iln.ii.ii, I an.l last e.ctioii ut !! tr.iiu
i at u few minutes ot 11 o'clock, with the
The firs'. ttci:oa of ti.e three t.ains j third lutalli.m . '.mimamL-d by M.j ..
. - . i. - . t . a .... I I'a'uirL.
. . , . i i i ; tar i villi: iiitj tiiiaii ' ttuii .i;imtrt D -
rwecoaMehowthem wm withhe.d to k ue , ... , ... I T,, ,..niJi:llI..r ut ,, vi,.t to o-ir dty
u,,i,r...:..tinll of ' UOUiC -rOSSCa II e B-Bieiliic "tuumi) i -
pprec.atioi ot, .... ....,., l wa, fi.cnt M ibe lum's .m. ly dccor.trd
t .1 . 1 1 . 1 , . . u I , ..r t.lt-M
the boom of cannon, fc.tcchuii ol j aua iiiii:iii'.ru ..,...., -
J I tables '.'7 feet in length, neat.y coerel
AUGUST 10, 189!. j
We doff oar hat to Co. 15, it officer
aud every one of its gallant men. Kose- ;
burg was simply turned over to the
heroes of Malabon last evening. Noth- :
ing that coald be done for all of the gal- j
lant men of the Second Oregon, no hon-
Grand Triumphant Trip Through
THL RtGIMtM ROStBlRG
Accompanied by Governor ticer and
Maff and Hon. Binder Hermann.
Receive a Grand Ovation and Ban
quet in This City.
The Chief Charms
of a Shirt Waist, is the charm of
Novelty. It will interest you to
know that our stock of waists is
Clean, Fresh and New. The
"snap" and style of our garments
at our usual low price arc giving
us astonishing busy days on this
Call and examine our entire
lock of Staple and Fancy Dry
floods, all that is new and up-to-date at specially attractive
prices. Mailorders solicited.
fThere is a Quality
tabout our Drugs
ackuowledgcnent ot our
tbe glory their heroic
brought to the state we done our best j
tomakethe boys feel that in 1;burS I ' , 7i ,i I with ume in were ,,.ead w,,h .11 the'-
audlKUglas county, the.r reco.d is one I -'"1"r.r . .!: ."I.,-.;,,., .,,1 l,.S...ie--J the s ...
r::tr t. , - -
,.f,heh.etorvof the Spani.h-Americau-; a auu.n o.i the .tute line, the iu.ye ncs.
I-...li,,.iue war of l-5. and one that ) met by ..ovena-r .eer and .tall. , j
. . .. t i VI. KM
CCiaioi o. iiiouFautis imio ii i g.ii:.rnu i
Which secures permanent patronage. We
buy in small quantities, and buy frequently,
therefore we always have a Frash Stock of
Full Standard Strength Drugs.
Our aim is for Quality, and we hit the mark
The merits of our prescription Department X
have built up a large trade in this line.
TO RIDE A
renVct. the biKheSt irediv nu it mem- " '-" - I""" "
.... ..!.... i w.iv-U- audi went ot!uu;. Nttdlt-ps t . fay the .
iioii the cilr of UoSftiurj; aud this
county in carlicuisr, w h.cii furnished f
many of the cfl'u-era and j.rivatee of the
Second Oregon. All honor to oar brave
A I the ioiu':u-lu "i the tun-l'" '.'J'
.orA.C M.if.-tt rs. altei ! t tnn tntr luced
WUSof Ahlind tendered the soid.rr ; bv Mrs Miow W l.i , pnide.il of the:
No let ns kil! the fatted ul!
boys and their dis'imtuished c?vort, a ; ruiurc.u y Uoi 'S cal'e.l the vae: a'-ein-uiost
enthusianic mid cordial reel j tion. ' bl.te to order an 1 announced Hie ro-
. 'Tain, the til l iiutf iiiu-lv- by the baud.
KMt. U .N A. K..MMK... ..f y,ArrW.. ,UvH .!,.:, ve-cd the a
The fir.-! 'Ci mi id !he train c:u i 1 1 1 r drees ot w lc.i.e and telu'.vrf.l llie ol-
(oterticr s unleers an I t! eir e-vt! the Iree.1 n i f
t.eneral Sm un ii ai
Welcome home, brave and a.iaiit Co.
No let ur a!! turn u'ir
malt ii gt district t ir 1!.
'.tent I-mi to
d-i'ed sue- !
w !! eupi'lie.! i
Willi fcruiB th I'liitMiu-s conrinue to u-e J
their l'r-s more than iiythinu
Liitle new is reaching i'iin
froai t.'n United St '.:es exce -i tii daily
reiorisvf recriiitins, aii! ihey give huo
the worst ensatiou of li'ineness he has
yet es(etiencea. t
i JPt m .
X - N S N. N. N X
liaker City is :eneral-y considered j
one of the livtiietst tciwxs in tLe&lale, i
but according to the 1'en.ociaT of tl.at i
city there are as uiarjy ki. kn lbe:e at
the condition of affaire a- mv where, j
Kickers as a rule re the p?:.j'ie w ho do j
tbe iast for a city and w;ii tne most.
WHAT OTIS MOLDS.
Wuen the Aaieiican tr jo(-s Ian teJ in !
Manila the rrpaniarJs cc.-t3j.ieJ the city j
and the Filipiaoa all the ouatry norlh, '
cast, and eou'b.
held the whole
Tne Filipino insurgents
line o: raiiroal from
Manila ta I'agapar. They occupied j
the provinces of Cavite, Manila, Mo- j
rons, and Balacan when tieneral Otis:
aseamed com nand of the army. j
Tbe Americana now hold the whole;
line of the coast of Mauii bay, from j
Novele'.a northward to the inlets ex-j
tending toward Hacolor aud San Fer- j
nando. They pi?sifit the line of the j
railroad northward from Miud.i to 13a
color. They conir jl ;he Tampanga river
and Lagooa bay. In fact, Oeneral Otis
holds the key to the islanl of Luzon,
and his gunboats patrol the cast to the
north aud the bjutii. f tut line has not
Id the island c-i l'auay, Il.iilo ha; been
occupied, and there is little opposition
to American authority. Ttie same is
trne of Cebo on the isiau i of the same
name. On the island of Negroe Ameri
can authority has been accepted and a
civil government cjlahhtheJ. On the
island of Mindanao, one of the largest of
tbe croap, Zauib-ju4 has beeu occo
pied bv tbe Americans. In the Sooloo
4rchii4iasa the tirincii.al i ilv is earns- I
ned by American trcKp, and the Sul
tan of the island oin!y avoaa friend
to the United States gjvcru merit.
Yet a few men aud few newspapers
teclare daily thai after a bard campaign
i be Americao- in the I'iiilipplnes oc-
apy little more territory than when the
roops landed. They d not know bit
they are talking k1m;u!.
ON THE FIRINU UNC.
A Brave Little Woman Who Won the
Soldier Boys' Hearts.
Mrs. Mary iioysea, a native of Sacra
mento, t the only woman known to
bave been on the tiiirg line daring a
battle. Ia tbe fihtinc before Malabon,
Mra. Boyeeu volucieereJ as a curse in
the First Reserve hospital and spent tbe
day on the firing liue, atsietiug Major
Kills. On starting back to one of the
hospitals in the rear a soldier who was
, aesiating her in a car was shot.
There was not s inm in the
whole army corps but would have
charged to tbe very gates of Ma'abon
had it been necessary to do so for her
cake. Her presence at
points was an inspiration to tne men,
and they fought as they never fought
General Wbeaton, perceiving the
brave littl woman, who acted under
the most terrifying conditions as if she
were attending ti the duties of
household, said to her:
Co. B 2d Oregon ;
OKI U'i :i.
.lolin L. Miv, captain. I ran's 1'. lli:nh!i,
Tnorntou. 1'nd 1 eu'.enant.
Wiliiaai C. r iM-, fi.st "erean" ; I'rink
locum. Winnie V. Crowson. Wi
L'Uvi.ai.t . Ja;i. 1. 1 in
S. li.j-lirey. M.; lUrry ('
lUvid I'. Slum'T-.-jk.
am C. l'ra.-ht
Ki Ol: L-.
eve i'jv, terd 'rni:e. t r.l .1 . Milstrum,
ISjlton, 'e'jr;? . 1'ark,
Utto Miller, l'rabk GrahU,
Fred C. KoMev. Geoiva K. McCjr I. t'-iarles A
Charles J. Foster, C iarles K. Leitherrran, T:.o. 11
lvdwin B. rurde. discharged .lupe V2. " .: -eo. 1
JosepL G. Lvans.
Ldward C. Abrott, Morri L. Adams. Wai. .'. Armi'.a.'e. wotindrsl
Match "", William H. Uirb-r. Jamw Hii lain. Karl Uat'ee, Ko'tett I..
Benton, Frank Berts, Thilip A. Kiib, Wil'.iim C Black. I jhn II. IJrav,
John H Bnner, .lames E. I'-.-on n. transferred to hospittl- corps ; lafo I'..
Busey, William Butler, Geo. 11. Churchman. John C. Coa'.et. Thomas
K. Cobb. M S. Cobb, Iiu;e! Conner, Albert C. Crabtree. James B. Lav.,
Waiter Denny, 1'. V. D.eckuiau. Jepli 1. Llxon. diseha'jed April s, V;
l'atrick Panahue. Koy b. Pow, .'oLn t. Prew, Wa.ter l.rvia, Isaac ll.
Fairhrothers, Joseph A Foster, d:?c'iried June 1-. "... Aastm i.erhar it,
Cltde K. irav. Milton J. Gregory. Fred lferr.n. B'jel Ilildre'.ii, Thomas
Ihotou, Clyde T. Hotkett, Olney . Hopaol. M jrris H. Howell, l'eter A.
Ilomphiey, dictiarcel 1'ec. 31, John 11. Kleuifer, Blaine Klum, Cuas.
A. LtSelle, dis.-harjed Jan. 11, V; Edward C. l-ewi. L.tward K. Lvoni
Hans Mogensen. Thomas T. McKenzie. Ferd D. Miliioa. Everett V. Fare
lev, Abrahsm L. lU'lclitle, Edward W. Kiddle, Marcus W. Kabertson,
Charles Kassell. deserted Jan. V, Vj; Dewey W. Sack'tt, Louis H. sndoz.
discharge-.' June 12, 'It' ; James O. Sine'.eton. Burl C. Smith. George 1".
Sm'th. William H. Smith, Geo. C. Stanley, discharged Nov. 14, 'us; Sam
uel W. Staruier, Boy K. Stevens, Ernest L. '-tone, Henry
A. Strange, Boss S. Sutton, Cuaries 1 horn is. Ernes. I.. Thompson, Wil
liam WaoD. discharged Fet. 'S3. ';'; Henry M. Wagner, wo-mded Juue 3,
"JO: John H. Wasner, Frank C. Wallace, discharged June IJ, I'ercy
A.Webb, Kobcrt B.Wilcox, Fred Withrow, Hubert Wi -.t, Harry P.
KOI.I. 01" lt'NviR.
I'rivate Hermaun B. Adams, wounded March die : March v", H.
Frivate William HerlK:rt Applcgite. die 1 at San lra:i isej.
I'rivate I'arl Doty, dicl leb. 3, llaoi!a.
I'rivate Otis xv- Drew, died Nov. 2', lyif Man. .a.
Private John H, Fenton, died Nov. 10, 1:, .'Inula.
I'rivate William 11. Iioberts, died at San Fmnrisc.i.
I'rivate Geo. W. staruier, died Sept. 2., Ib ' t, Main!,
l'rirate Jay Taylor, died April IV, lv.iv, Manila.
r.MiLi.S AMj Lo.(.l:E.M'.
Astauit and cature of Manila, Ane. 13, lsr's.
n pro-.oet guard duty from Aug. l'. 1S''S. until March t.', I'n.
Battle of '-uadalope, March 13, IV-O.
Battle ot I'asig, March 14 and 15, Iv".
Battle of Bicuien, March lt, la.t.
Battle of MalaboD, March 25, iy.
Battle of l'olo, March -0. IS".
March 27 to April 2".'. Is ", ci cnpied Maanta, guarding railway and
scouting. Several skirmishes.
Battle of Santa Maria. April 1, ly.'.
Assaolt and capture ol Nara?.2aray, April 23 ru 1 21, 1VO.
(Jatture of Antjat. Aprit 24, IV.r.K
Skirmish at San Kafael, April 2', 1 ''.
Capture of San Kafael, May 1. 1 V'J.
Capture of Baliuatr, May 2. lS'r..
Capture of San Idlefonso. May 11. 1 '..
Capture of San Isidro, May 17, li.
Capture of San Antocoa, May 20, Is'.r.i.
Capture of CUiuti. Antipolo and Morou, June 3, 1 "
Mustered intr the I". S. Volunteer service at ( 'amp McKtuiey, Port
land, May 10. 1SVS.
Left l'oiilsnd, May 11. huJ pi-el through Koia'oura- May 12, reaching
San Francisco, May 13. and s-iiluii on S. S. ' Australia" My 15, lj.
A.nived in Manila Bjv, June 3J, KH.
Landed at Cavite. July 1, 18'JS.
Sailed fnai Manila. -line Haul arrived at sau Francisco Juiy 12,
T ,crl .Kit at IVeiilio. Sau Franciseo. Cal.. 7. IV''-'.
Because you know that it i the
They Sell at the Reasonable Price of
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
All kinds of Picii, Cakes
Notice For Publication.
C. MARSTERS & CO.!
pontideJ Day nud Night
VMTIU ti T L!.I OffJ' .
K'wrburs. Orejon. "ty J- ,
Notice la !'! br tTi: that in pmjfiao
wltlltb vpjiIoi. ol 11-e t pi LHtnmol
June 1. UV-. eniilir l "Aa zl lor U l
..br l.n1. in the Kltt ol CaUlora:, J:tvn.
t; Ntl and Vniwo Iwiwf
. fi.uv Ii UI1L
lolOraut- t -.: wB'y "I J'ff-Pv: . -aw H
iorrriu. La. Ihi- d-y lu lliia lu
I rwarn .'.atemcnt So. lur the purha ol the
. . - . - . - - -fftM-tJ v 1. :n uranrnip -,
ottll,,,,'l,wr-"- w nni s. 3 w, i ia u&x ymf " th
" toeiaod o(lit w nan iiuW lhji tl"Tr
or 'ooe uaau vjr unci."'" rt T
ctablUh nil rliJ i J1 iM l,r''jTr ,Kr"
1 -jfja x&X By-reivrr uf ibi oS al K'AKVirg.
Ortt'ju, cb frWr. -""IU "lay of Ottotr.
'"u' nam4 a "'vk: wr.llam B 5!tTT.
' Richard Mliier, w lCUm Bmmmood mu-l L C.
Brown, alt ol Srwau Pw .io.
. Asjaixlad ptnuaa caimmc adi-.r-.r Uie
1 jubarntd lol arw rij jiace.1 lo Mllr
; ciatroa la Ui' oce en vt Vthjn aafl - oJ
elOew.lw J. T. BRriKjtr.
STRONG'S f URNITURE STORE
jja , fy
City TreaMrer .Notke
N.jtte ia hereby given t- il pero
holding Koecburg city waxranU indortcl
prior lo OOober 1J, l!r, to present
the M'ue at the city treasurer s office ia
the city hall for payment, as interest will
cease thereon af'-r iIm? date of this
traied at K-j;jur, Or., ibis 27Ui day
of J a!y , I ?n. U . Cxst ,
SjrV uMid i7o;V8EQ
Makes the food iTwrVdelickMis aftd wfreome
O'W 0Mt CO l
Notice For Publication.
lkie is udd bureau! Iron beds to suit all coiners
'with a -4 x ;o French bevel j ranging in price from S4-25 Vwm
; r . IT t-
: mirror 10: 515.00. iiacoiu-juu.
icrs ranging in price from $8. :
! up and all of them guaranteed; Our line of Carpets aud
I brand new. ; Wall Paper can't be beat they
Just received a line
j Bamboo book cases, music
are frrsr anil aw and UD-tO-
i proud. J o,ur sPair. j racks, hasels loot stools, etc. sejj ncW gs not 0:d
I Mr. H'rmaau aaJliess was elojoent i TrD. tmnn. tramp the bor. emme that aie pretty and cheap. - Cnr t,-w aT,f1 tmnrnntec
nwi lit hano I ! ! I .w. to
I and itapressivf .
I ic dee l i f val jr
1 1 ' recouolei the hero-
criormeiia tbefet off
I t.opics by o u brae oluotara, SJerif
j the rei'inal l!i:r uiag&ic&i bowinc
I the exceilert services TWderff tfcU
j country j;,J th.: lulrilltBeDt of ibeli tm
waicul only duly appredsted by ear
! s'.ate, but by tbe president and mtioa.
j Same of the boys, he concluded, who left
I here in toe Mash of health, enth Uh
j hopes and dauntless Leaxta, tetviof
i bright proepecu aal aasored aa:el
i in civil l:le beh.ud them, wilt retora to
ju 11 j more. They have gites their
j f-r their country tb-SB wblth
I patriotism can uo farther go.
! Est them le reineiu'rcd, not with tear
j but with the f id need of honor and tea
i der revereice which ti;ir heroic sac-
raSce eutitles them. At the coeeiOBMO
Swift lo battle Freedom 'a foe ;
BasoleVed arms aad donned tbe bloe.
Loyal bearta so breve and trae,
rnekUy a9arCb!a( to the w-ar awe? they
To Manila then they railed,
aad there sot a soldier tailed.
5my4oy,tsshiap4e4seai, to Br-
Ob the telJ of klalabon, 1
(Jwleoet Eaaaam leading on. j
PjooHj eharged asd r-rmrely faced tae j
- leaden atwaj. j
Tramp, tramp, tramp oor toya vera
Charging braraly on the foe ; !
la ocr raska of figsttog mea.
Not a aoldlar faltered then .
of his aJress Mr. Hermann wee given jTboogh by bail of Manser bollets strnk-J
Sec our 95c solid oak diner j
if yon can beat it will make;
von at nreseni 01 it. nave
v 1 -
them as we represent them.
J I BI3C L INI) SALT
I :th Btt LirtOrrm
H llUtBY 0IVE5 IUAI 15
n:iollo! 1M 'r-&fcTi IjVkl VZl-KX t-
taor.IT rr?"d ;a tiai ! uon L 5. Ktt.
.slat, a asn-l.l i!i act of '-oarreai
; V-rorf or-A-T J: l"s we "ill prjnx-i
' lo offer at p'.Vi-v oa '.lie lr day
o A r:- Iff. as tfe "-"-. ti ioo-otaf
trt ad i- L -t i, ".-e. ZS,T.H 4 R. I
Any vi a'a j r-r- cUts.te 4erw.tT tie
', aViTc-de. rt'--! Usit ar r ', to t.jt 'jar
rials, in it. L- oa at rjcit uay akc. e
I A-exsa:! itjt c--53Six-tat ol :4 3e,
! o;Ler:c Uie:r r t: w.Ii .
' Jr 1 ... ir.f.
J J. BWDGt-.
2. H. h' 'Tii ios-
County Trcuarcr's Notice.
diners at 85 and fjocts.
Notice ia L ere by ien to ail parties
ntW hftrderood Cane 9egl"Hor.ebt VaHe3 and good LoUic Dooilas ewnty warraau ie
OlftCr narawooa canc Ir.-i doraed prior to anJ loeladiag March 4.
, IM.to prrteot tbe sa-oe at the Ireseoxer'a
ce at the Douglas Coaaty tank for
payment, as interest will cease thereca
iter the date of this notice.
PauJ this the 27Ui day of Joly.
li'., at tle CMy of Koaebarg, Creoa.
Geo. W. Dimhhs,
Countv TreMurer, Docglaa Coanlj, Or.
... B. W. STRONG.!
V V. V N N N N NA A . N N. N
T. T. Geer and staff, Hon. Cii.gtr Her
mann, and the first battallion, aimed in
this city at about 10 o'clock Wednesday
the danger i evening, aiid was met at the d-pot by
Mayor A. C. MareieH, the reception
committee, nsembere ol the G. A. K.
bearin Mais and torches, the Koseuurg
band anl thjna-ili o f, iti;ns who had
gathered from ail parti of Prvlas
county to extend a rous'-ns reetina to
Ler ! the men who tmt etool I y ' ld ' ooiy
in Luzon, un 1 tbe Id-h ollicials who
I congratulate you on your cj unesi were actiu; ai an eeor'
For the lirat tiain in my life I have 1 As the train pulled in'o the depot the
seen a woman on tue firing line." jdin was fairly deafening, l ooms were
It is said that with the bullets flying ! fired, whialles u-ree died, and a continu
a'l aroaal her Mrs. Boy sen kept up ! ous cheer wen' up frun thousands of
with the fir, eg line and r nd-r.d efS- throats, drowning the music of the hand
cientand tirrsely ad to many a soldier j and presenting a epeCacle rarely if ever
in wham an iniargt bnllit ha 1 foand ; before witnessed in this cit-.
a restini place. She even snatched a ! hielincof masui.
rifle from the grasp o.' a wounded ol- I Ag Boon orjgr c,uu be reati led the
dier and fired a few hote at the imar- j iin f mar,.h , i.kn uo from the de-
gent trenches, amid the cheers of a
group of volunteers. New York World.
Lead and Shot hor Japan.
! pot headed by the band, and followed by
! (ipnera! Summers and eta ft". Governor
Geerlan.I Mau". Hon. Binder Hermann
I and city oflicials. Nest came the old ti i e-
! scarred veterans of our Civil and Indian
ISax Fbasunw, Aug.S.-The Exam- W4rgi bearing torches, aud lastly, by the
iner today eys: The City of I'ekin?J ! heroeg of Luzjn who seemed to t.ke
which sailed ou Saturday for Hon Kong ; .,.,.,!,... ir,.eres. i the "old bjys- in
by way of lionotui'i na lokoliama, bue Tlje fl0m tbe depot up
took among her carg i 312,110 pounds of Caeg Blleet lfJ ,he baniiie!iug uroundf, at
shot, the firat ahipment of the kind that tlje erioare j ut south of the opera house,
has ever been made to Japan. Irad-jwas OIje C0IltinUi,i tyati0L. Mu.nina
ditioo there were 107,050 pounds of pi tionB auJ gay) ,.ltrj0t;c decorations ap
lead and 34.75S pounds of shot lead. t pej on .verv bam', whi'e the reJ and
Jost to w hat use this rttber unusual j uue m.ee f Uroin aloug the route creat-
ehipuient is going lo be put is not know d, t e,j ja!;.iini brilliancy and cast, a weird i gon'a beat and btixbteet men whoee long
but suggestions have beeu made that i: , ove, tbe beaming countenance j service in the interest of his state had
may be intended to smuggle into Manila j 8ti stately forms of the volunteers, who I been invaluable and bis record one of
for the use of Aguinaldo ami his army, j were atlired in their light yellow kakai j which evety Oretcmian should feel justly
our city. He reviewed the brilliant
achievemci.n of the troops in Luzon and
eulogized tbe:u for their loyalty, heroism
and bravery. He asuue-l the boys that
we all reali.; and greatly appreciate the
hardships they have endured and the
fortitude with which iliey have born un
complainingly what ever came to them
iu the line of duty. The address, though
brief, was clo.juc.it su 1 right to the
Next the mayor called for Cuaplaiu
OiUiert, the l ride of the regiment, who
responded amid routing cLe?rs, and in
his inimitable, pleading aud good na
lured way, express 1 on leha'l of the
egi:nent its great appreciation of the
comtenn ami hospitable manner in
which the regiment (was received in
this city, statipg that no where had they
m?t with such a rousing reception and
such generous hospitality. He also
eulogized the boya, referring to himself
as the only private and ' that the rest
were generals. He remarked that he
had learned a great deal during the cam
paign, emong other things to keep his
mouth shut. Here he concluded his re
marks aud received three rousing cheers
and a "tiger."
The song, "The Oregon Volunteers,"
hy a i horm of thirty voices, was loudly
eiii'ored, il having been written ex
pi eHKly for tho occasion.
Major Eastwick was then called by
the mayor, but was not present.
Hon. Biuger Hermann was tbeu in-
tioduced by the mayor as one of Ore
three rousing checre and a tijer 1t the
Chaplain i.ilbert then called for Gen
eral Summers paying him a glowing
tribute for his heroism and bravery and
said that to his care and caution ia doe
the thauks of orccon mother for tbe
safe return o! their bs, He further
remarked that the Ofgou regiment to
day hold tha recur. I for ti e smallest
lis, of lasua'.ilies.
General .Summers then ref p-juded in
neat epeechjiu which he said tua the fell
as though they had ouly perfurme 1 their
duty. Hs was recognized us ILe hero of
the regiment and wa repeatedly cheered.
Never bave we teen or heard ol such
fa tbe weary, long campaign, !
Marching on through mud and ism, J
fc weeping Kilinioo armies from their j
And in forty battles fought.
Forty vict'ries dearly bought.
Winning laarele that will neier la Je
Tramp, tramp, tragi p our boys were j
Shouts of triumph rend the air,
Veteran columns parching on, j
Loyal em of refo i
CEMTRAL OREGON STftTE KORIAAL 0l
Shoilt thc:l g'aiy.
ei v where.
sing I heir pranks,
devotion and kindly feeling Mtiug be-( Now they're tur h;ug home aaiu
tween othcers aud men wai manileal- i Fro:u the dealh-ewept battle plain.
ed and tortrayed in every utterance aud I An l theye earned the praise a grateful i
action of the volunteers. General Sum- f people gave;
mere aieo heartily thanked our jieople on 1 Welcome, pride if Oregon,
behalf of his regiment for their kmd.yl Heroes tried, of Malabon,
treatment and generous hospitality. Welcome to your homes and couutry,
The exercises closed by the singing of j foldieis Inavc.
America, in win -ii uiue.-iure a.,...iw;u Ti4iii au , , t(tjr ,K,VS
Thus closed oue of the grandest occa
sions in the history of o ur city, the
spienoui success ci wrncu n uue .o .uc , , , , ,
oniinngiaoorsoi.neia..i..Bo. ... ,,;:a,,t raiment with flag without
burg Emergency to'ps ana J'r. uuvtae,
as president of the citizens committee.
They performed their labors laithfully
and well and their eliorte were crowned
with the greatest euccess.
There was much commeut and a feeN
ing of the greatest satisfaction eipreaai i
at the robust, healthy, appearance of
They were a tine, uoble lookiof body
of men, and 'looked little the eroree for
their severe experience in the tropica of
the Philippines. All expreaved.tteaV
set a as being glsd to return. home, btl
f - expressed regrets for tbftlr inieTttt
i g eiptriences of the ast yea.
The regimental flag floated proudly
from the ccnerai'n car wheal tha fire
section pulle 1 out for Euteof 1 a Utt)p
past 3 o'clock a.m., followed agon after,
wards by the other sections. , t .great
crowd remakel at the depot to tbe yery
last to bid the boys good-bye and
them God-areed. . ;;J
It was a splendiiltoVtitiobiind-
orabfe reception to tbe Uriie joyia, !
eo nobly -de funded "old
Bravely marching home again .
Welc -me to the boys in blue.
jThe Home Baker-
1 701 Oak Street, Opposite
Fresh Baked Bread Ercry Day
"Boston Baked Beans."
MBS. B. COKSTOCX,
The Oregon Volunteer.'
Tht following song was sung last eves
ing at the reception of tho "OregOB
Boys." The words were composed t&
J. A. Buuhauau, Esi., of this city, 'es
pecially in bono r of our Oregon Regi
ment and expresses tbe seutlmeut of all
loytl citizens. We consider il worthy
of h place in our columns:
rrune, "Tramp, Tramp Tiaiup.")
When tl-e jarring notes of war,
Roused tbe Nation iiar aud far.
And they called for volunteers to croM
Then came inarching, marching ou, '
Gallant eons of Oregon,
Proud "old Glory" lo defend and con-
Will open its dooTS Tot the new 6chool year on Spteinber
Ihbu!ali3i have bMi UVwooaMj raaoreteil end naprer Kw appajtiu aWa ui
..thrr improrane atade lor the oeaiton asd eoavsnlentw f Its Hadeati
GNiod Boardlat aad DoraUtery AdrwataeM at the lowe.1 r.mV,9 .
Uniform State Normal School Course.
t'ompicU Traictr. Hnoot ia onnection with the Kermal, here uIorare prokKui:y
uaJir the .nptrrUlou of a Critic Tractcr. who wiil n c ha enUw ti.e thii work.
VOllCl m HttXBY GIVEK THAT 1HL
Ay BBdanttwod w.oa IS :ih di of Ju.
IO, daiy a-io.ritl a lxlaiXrww wl ti (Mate
al Slit. hell. 0ni All tnuca h-
tiiS claims fcgmiu-l w,I w;ie frerrbr r
riiJ to pr-w at th nrr. prvpertx nA,t, in
t- wiJ aumiautrwioe at the law oM-e ol A. S.
tranhni. u Kcatb-irt. Drax'.a loun'.v. tre
ffoa. w.thm mi mositu fn?m the dale herevf.
L-a-at th'j lvth Jaj vl J'A.r.
. . , JwH-N UAMIXS.
A lmaTiU'.ra;. r ol the rtla'.c vl Laodiaa
MilcLeh, dctxaww. iJS
Notice for Publication.
tira inatco! thl school are ilva acrUlwl lairtj unU. Itaching ljpnac. wn;fa
- I . n.t.l.- them to iva h the Ufa Plploma ! the inJckt and ot -alUfactory nianarr.
P nl y.'-ar aM"- f.r complete catatoeoe to
JNO. B. WALKER, A. M.,
I Se-a&aa underruais tbe faQ
ameaeiae-ef that word Jile the Bisn who
-! Unt. Tie will tell you: " I was
iataeewel5oing -ahead stHdilywhea
I jaadiMd-T'etWsed the. trail . With a
ere of 'Xett ! ' I broke file run' heed-
xe-.w4raw.. a ww
The (ret iarftla afiau lest ia-tV
wro freeetrreuw v'fr
erajn el u
eeajcr flt -teawte.- Us awesfer -
B7iB. !'tlil ea
Re -eeliafl Out ke'e far
GlorV THraiwWWPin-1 er.aeaita, ana senaeaiy
tiaw w .aapiarcr nwwj irwmc i uvl:j 1. 1
lesys ea hiaa, "Yen are a lot man."
fVe ffttf 'ieetnlse i to rnn Tor herp,
'tae'MT is aeeeytmtei witk
ICass Street Market
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game In Season,
Hay Grain and Flour.-
. DOZIER S: MARfl,
'Phwie MrIti8i. Props.
fJjjf-ie'keTT.. But the rational
aaxe secee tae taexs. niu new-n an
jbjjts aref the ewsitioa aerf tts preba-
! Te vi tke sun w weat to talk to.
I ' liasa a ia alelaet aav.fonn is ren
,ermtTyecwi"ieit by tie failure Of the
erg ef digestion asd atitrition. Rc
'estaWisb theue orjfarn ia' healthy action,
the bleed is at once enriched, the body
aeurUheri aad the general health re
stored. This result is invariably ac
emnplihe4 by Dr.' VSerce's Golden Med
cal Discovery. It is a stomach-strength-eaior,
blood-purit'yitg medicine. It has cured
theuauud:'. who thought their health
entirely lot. The "Discovery" is not
a stimulant and contains no alcohol or
whisky. Sold at ull medicine sloiea,
President of the Faculty.
tNiTusrATB Um orrtca
Kcwtut?, -rrsvn, July 5-, lays.
Li-tv-rjy jive.n isat 11
ta tic prc iiioas ol th act ot Oixtt-w of
re Jtl.-.cau:"J-Aaac lor the M
iber lands ia theSta.'e ol Caii'oniia. crc-
goa, Nevada n.i w aihingron Tomtory.
iiaaia k .Ml l lK.
Ol Pa. CoiatT cl Jieph:ne, &lie oS
Orritoa ha ihi. Jit ii.Al ia thia vtbee ho ntra
.taUnj'-nt Na i. ihpurehaara! ihv S. a.
ol Srction So. l. tu Towwhir. So.
Kaas." So. a IV. aad wiii oficr prvl ho
that Ihe !aad vaptit is Jiivp- xalnahic fue it, tim
ber or tom- than tor agricultural punxwea, anl
to establish til-viaim t. iwid laud bchtrc Um
R.'kit. r aud Kv. irvr of this uSice at hVwcours
I'resoo, 'D triiiay, I in.- aih dav ot -cUer
Hrnanuwa. witno. John K. Ha'.v.Rkh
ant M-.llrr. Wi'.haai Hamann.I. I c Brown
ai! l GraaLi Piuv, .rtvvn. Act ai4 aU prr
WU5 clauuaic a-tTcmlv tin- atjoTC-dvacnrd
ianj arc rr.(UtU,d t, ti thcxr ciaiun la thia
eili'.-c oa r Ixiorv i J Jl'th daol etobcr, IS,
v J.T. BK11X.KS.
Barklow, Martin Stage Co.
Private conveyance from Koeebuxg to
Covjuille City m Myrtle Point, connect
ing with beats and tnina. Lear Co
quille City and Koe.lburg Monday t,
Wevlnesdays and Fridaya. Goo-', rigs
lam teams. Beat oil accomodations.
For prices and particular ceil oa or ad-
Corner tirocer, Koaikbnrg, Orego
For 0er FirtrlTcat.
Noah 5c Linfars,
General Blacicsmiths and Wagon flakers.
Repair Work and Horseshoeing a Specialty.
(hep en Jirtioa tu etai Peer Cmk Brtdf
CASTOR I A
For Xalk&U and Children.
th Kin. You Km AInp
li.fo Per Day Salary.
A faw eaargetia ladlea aad gaatlaaaa
wtatad to eaaraaa. Abora aalary toajr
asmtd. rJl a or adaVeu
Vta.C. J. Incriaxe
'fWi Xeaabarf, ht.
A.t vu amd Wxu.-Tma-. BasaoT.-Xr
Winalow'a Soothlas Srrnp ht'a hea eatd for
jvor All, year by million, ot nothere lor their
children while u-tlhiac, with perfect soceeaa,
It looihca the child, toficua the gaaa, s-'sr aU
rain, cure wind colic, aad ia the beet luaolr
for Piarrhixa. Ia pleaaaut to the laale, Kold hy
drunut fa awry part ot the world. Twvutr
Cve cuts a bolUe. Ita Talua Is local cola bi
Be sure and ak (ur Mrs. W lnalow f Soolhiae
yrop, and take bo ether kind.
Notice ta Kersemea.
tha dirKVut of the Eacoad boutbetn
Oregon District AgrivQltural Society have
autborirad ma to tut to th public that
atpecUI pom wlU be otferad for Doug
iss eousty borses only, at the ooming
Ca?9i.) H. W. MnTm,