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N fcetter field than Southern Ore
Ron; no bettor medium through which
f OIF. HP. ADS. LEI IF. If
I I Al..-. HI L MEADS
L. CLONES, ETC.
CiccsUS lwrt Mtic at price
conaiatest with goad work.
ROSEBURG, OREGON, MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1899.
The Plaindealer ... j
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THE DREYFUS DRAMA
Only Posithc Proof of Innocence;
STROVG fACTIOVU rttUNG
The Prisoner s Acquittal far From
ueing o certain as Commonly I
I' ill-f 1 .... lc 1- . -I. . -
the W01IJ from Rennes coutaius t!e fol- j
lowing auslysis of the Previa court-
martial t v Mas Nerdou :
"This is a ar of savages aoJ not an
it-l'iiry of cool research for the truth
shieb id now p'ing on in Rennee. I
find that even Ameiican and English
rewscarvr m-n cVegated here to give
aivoun's t.1 the proceedings are grd jl
!y iafee ed with a spirit ol pa:tiMnship.
S-.me of the correspondence I m al
lowed t j read tfore it is tent. 1 1 does
no, give a real idea of the strength c.f .
the prosecution beciuse cf an uncoD- i
eci.jus tendency of t'
writers to be-
hu e cer:ain arguments of .facts bioiJght j
I Late been observing from the be- j
. .e -- juurt iuu
puouc, ar-uhiso nave been gathering j
owoiois of the best u'la'.ihVd mtn nf
both partie. You mar believe me ac-1
q iittal Mar from beinn as certain as i
tenuis ijb3 ccai(noniT ihoazht ia the 1
United States, jud.ng from tbe tone of , ' luc OUJ vreon regi
theeditoriils iu the Au-rican oewsna- meDt' for censas l"Qtendent of the
pers we are getti..? here. Yon most ! 6eCOnd dletrKU
nnderstaal that everybody's mind in! The recent raits savtd the crops of
traces lu:ly mad np tbe opinion is .
barj set and impermeable to any argu
meet w aatscever.
"If Eoget speaks, whatever may be
the strength of what he eavs, the Irey
fusards exclaim 'He lies, the scoun
drel!' while the anti-Dre; towards see
v. . u..v , "
charge, makes, however improbable it !
may be. Likewise, when Pertullas '
argnes that Dreyfus cannot Le jruilty, all !
of his wocderlal logical deduction is ab
solutely without effect as to changing
any one's conviction. One side cries
'How admirable; the other 'What rot.'
"What deceit; and nti'her one side or
the other takes pains to listen aud think.
It the judges are cf the same mind as 1 1
have observed generally in the audience, j
each has decided conecioaely or nncon- j
eciouslv what his vote will be and the i
v.rdict is already settled.
"Now if we Hi ay infer anything from
tbe spirit exhibited by it e coxbative
character of the pestions asked
witnesses by the jadgts, it is to be feared j
Uiat tue reeu:t ot tue new tiiai will not !
bawnatibexpecteu generaiif in loreign
Tacu.ma, An. IS, William Baldwin,
the famous marine diver, of Seattle, wan
drowned Thursday af ernoon Lile work-;
ing on the submerged Andelana, 19S
feet under water. It has been contend
ed that divers could not descend deeper
than 150 feet. Raldwir said he could
reach the Andelana, and made three
On the fourth trip down, tbe terrific
air pressure broke the connecting tubes
to Lis pneumatic suit, and be was
drowned. His bead was crushed to
pieces by the pressure.
Heretofore the record for tbe deepest
dive made under water was held by
Gunnels Mate Morgan, of tbe United
States Cruiser Charleston, who went be
low tbe surface of tbe water a distance
of 100 feet. When the record was made
it was considered pbenominal and
many thought the feat impossible.
Sas Fhascisco, Aug. 18 Jim Frai
ney, tbe pugilist injured by Frank Mc
Conneli in tbeir fight Wednesday night,
died here this afternoon at 3:10 with
out having regained consciousness.
McConnell and his seconds, with
Fiainey's seconds and managers of tbe
clue, have been placed under arreet;
also Referee Hiram Cook.
(James Frainey was formerly a resi
dent of Portland, where be worked at
tbe plumber's trade.)
New YotK, Aug. li The yacht
Shamrock, challenger for America's
cup, reached port loday accompanied by
the steam yacht Erin. The Shamrock
sailed from Fairlie Aug. 3, and made the
trans-Atlantic voyage in much quicker
time than was anticipated. The Erin
towed the Shamrock about 2,000 miles
snd the latter sailed something more
thin 1200 miles.
Daiing tbe first four days of last week
Si persons passed the warehouse, on
Bow river, for Bohemia, while during
tbe same time soxe 20 or 25 passed over
tbe Sharp's creek road, making an aver
age of about 30 persons per day going
into the district."
Make Good Endings"
You sue making good beginning when
you commence io Uke Hood" s Sarsa.par&
for any trouble of your blood, stomach,
kidneys or liver. Persistently taken, this
great medicine w& bring you the good end
ing of perfect health, strength and vigor.
Hie ho; croj) is prououtu-el uni- jured
.iem & rific ct laiy com-
ji'auy as incorporated at Pallas ve-ter-
Tt.e old Kiltie courthouse lias been
rented for a Echoolhoiue by tbo city of
The secretary of the treasury has ap
proved the si e choeeu for Salem's public
aid to hava ttcUL'ht
mine in Crock countv f.jr
Today a Solid traioloa.i of stock from
j.raut aud Malheur counties will be
;ebippt?d F..a froiu the Raker Citv .Kt-
Tuere seea.s u W a :ei:trral teu.leucy
wot s lLe '""'eia of the valley to hold
1 their wheat forhu-lip iiriiv.. ii...
1 pi 1 ... i uiri
confidently hope for Ashland Tidings.
What means ad this mining activity?
Is Baker City to Iw truly another 1 leaver
and Sauip-tr and Granite a Cripple
Creek ar.d Victor, empires the lemo
The proposition to bond the- city of
l-irauts Paws for $50,000 for water and
iight purple, which was submitted to
a vote of the cilizets. Mcndav ...!..
feated by a vole of 1 14 to 104.
At the ( resent rate of paving. evalD
1300,000 ia 10 year, Rut th killing of
me veim:n wi I save the
stock raisers several
lixes that amount.
nators Mc-Kiide and Simon, and
ConSrenian M- A. Mooly have recom-
mt'nA awl i z r T I :. i - .
ri ir unfl lieuieoani
tbe Urande Ron. le yallev. Late ilaut-
ed grain ii now sure cf being harveeted.
Two-pound sngar bet3 can already be
found in the fields, an I the sugar com
pany figuree that this jeai's cro: will
about double that of last year.
; A large black fich
41 feet long was
cMt UIKin u,e beach near Newport, half
. nii!e mWb p- '
v waw! UM Ui Slklj
campers availed themselves cf a cl.at.ee
to eat w hale a'.eak. His oceanic hiah-
ness was literally shot to pieces by tbe
camera fiends, who roam the beach by
Thomas Riley, tf Eagle l'oint, while
overhauling his hone the other day found
fDO iu Jck?on county warrants which
baJ lfen ':d 'o him in ISSs. When
"e Rot tiiem LlB "J 'pped them in a
ewefaper and nothing mere was
thought of them. Mr. Riley hopes that
the county will redeem the warrants,
thoagb the treasurer cancelled them four
- ,crB ?"
Governor Geer laet Friday appointed
seven delegates, Judge M. C. George and
ex - Governor Pennoyer, Portland
Fulton, Astoria ; M. A. Miiler, Lbauon ;
R. F. Alley, Raker City ; W. M. Ctlvig;
Jacksonville, and Walter L. Tooze,
W"oibnrn, to represent Oregon at the
conference on "trusts and combinations,
their usei and abuses," to be hell in
Chicago. Sept mber 15.
The people of Klaamth Falls joined in
a reception to Klamath couuty'a return
ing volunteers Ian Friday evening at the
opera house. The recipients of the hon
ors were Morey Applegate, who was a
member of company C, Secoiid OregoD.
and Ross S. Su'tcn of company B, who
well maintained the reputation cf Klam
ath county for brave and patriotic citi
zenship, iotbe campaigns of tbe Oregon
regiment ia the Philippines.
Hawthorne Jbeapbi tbe only son of
state senator Dr. Jose phi of Multnomah
county met instant death at the Lome of
bis parents at Portland last Wednesday,
while repairing some electric fittings in
the bathroom of the residence. Just
bow the accident happened is not kuown
but on hearing the younic man fall tbe
mother proceeded to the room and found
her eon lying dead on the floor. He was
nineteen years of age and an exemplary
A ghastly discovery was made recent
Iy in the wilds of the mountains at Dia
mond creek, near the crossing of the
old Wimer road lcauinz from Grants
Pass to Cresaent City. It was the re
mains of a man in an advanced state of
decomposition, having lain there prob
ably a year before the discovery was
made. Tne remains were iJentifisd at
tbe legal imjuisi'ion, as an old prospect
or by the name of William Kitterman,
who started to go from Crescent City to
Oregon about a year ago, wheeling a
wheelbarrow, the last seen of him.
The G. A. II., in Oregon, is in a
flourishing condition, notwithstanding
the fact that it ia composed of veterans
a majority of whou. have neared the al
lotted three score and ten years. The
report of the department adjutant shows
59 posts in the state, with a member
ship of 1827 in good standing on Dec.
31, 1S98. Thirty-two died during the
year. The amount expended for relief
during I8'j8 by posts was f25lS.14, and
by the Woman's Relief Corps 11205.92
The per capita tax for 199 was fixed at
30 cents, a reduction of 10 cents.
Miss Sarah Starr, stenographer at the
governor's office, a daughter of Frank
Starr, wLo resides in Salem, cornor
Sixteenth and B streets, died at I o'clock
Thursday, from a dose of carbolic acid.
She worked at the executive office until
noon, when she left fur lunch as usual.
During the forenoon the young lady had
asked for permission to take a short va
cation. It is thought that the young
lady mistook the bottle of acid for a bot
tie of camphor, the two bottles, need by
the family being identical in appear
ance. After removing tbe poison tbs
doctor said she was quite weak, where
upon he administered a stimulant, but
I she failed to rally and expired very sud
denly. The doctor does not think the
poison wan taken intentionally
OURS FOR COMMERCE I
pacific Ocean should Be Coured
By American Ships.
Tilt WtST I0R tXPWSION.
Secretary Wilson Lnthusiastic Over
This "section, Where the Philippine
Question is Understood.
W.iMiii.io., Aug. l'J Secretary Wil
son, of the agricultural depai ttnf tit, is
euthusiastio over the West eiuce bis re
turn. Today he eaid :
"I did tint meet an 'anti' west of Chi
cago. Why, every man, woman and
child in the West is determined that we
shall keep U Philippine, and we
couldn't let go if e. wanted to.
"People of llie- WeJt undermaud this :
cjueetion Uttfr thaoi do those of tlie K-t. i
Tbey know that JMwey was sent to the '
Philippines to protect our larue and
growing trade wittj the Orient. They :
also realize that Dewey's victory and Hie '
eubse'juei.t. event wbicti transferred tlie '
! Philippines to the Unite! States Lave;
given an extraordinary impetus to t.'.e
commerj of this country with the
Orient. At all the Pacific port" tL
docks are piled up with goods awaiting
shipment to the Orient, aud w have not
ships enough to carry them. We t et J
i a merchant uarioe now mure than anv-
"The pip!e ol tlie West reitarJ the i
Pacific as an American lake, wLicli
should ins vover.?d with ships jrrviu
tbe Arteii-aa ll'i, an 1 I d.n't knuw
but they are ahc ut ruLt. i
"They cau 'i-uild tbe tliios. Ttiey
have answered that i-ies'.i'i lo (he sat .
islaction ol tlie whol-? cr!I rii !ii?
Oregon, hoen er that iiiantticen:
b&tileship g'rt. ra ie will trstify to the
skill and tDbeUnuial chancier of the
shipbuilding in ttt Wes.'.
"Caliicrcia, 'retc n and W-!ik g'ori c:i
this side and the I'll ilippines on the other
side of the Pacific, have evrr)lhirjg in j
abucdacce tliat is needed lo cover the i
Pacific with sbippiLt that will carry the !
fllPr ico n ft . en. I t cri.'jn d n . n 1
Tk. .1 . ... .... J... .,
J- rxvj: r i lie C TO w mu t ucrc bu i yc ,
marine, and they waat tl e Nicaragua
canal without io jcL mo:e delay. Tbef
see a great future owning, riot only to
them, but to I tin whole country across
the I"fecitic, and they believe thi9 the
golden opportuiiit;- to strike out bold
ly." MOW IT FEELS
To. Fire a Shot That Starts a Big War
William Gray son'a Story.
William Grayson of the Nbraika reg
intent give his own story of Low he1.
6t&rted tti Filipino and Americans to
It was a ue3tion of killing that Fili
pino lefore he killed me. That i the
way I . felt when I leveled myjguu at
him, and thoee were my feelings when I
heard him groan in tbe dust.
After it was all over I f ;lt "juee'"
nervous and unstetdy. Toe only thing
that seemed to steady toy nerves that
night was to shoot again.
That waa the first shot cf tbe war
against the Insurgent, and my target
was the first Filipino ever killed by an
When I tent on outpost duty that
night I was mad enough to right the oM
scratch. For days and weeks before the
Filipinos bad been calling ua the worst
names nr.en could think of.
"Uno Filipino mas bueno cinj Ameri
canos.'" That was their taunt; "One
rebel can lick five Americans. "They
would Lave spit io our faces if we had
waited much longer. Orville -Miller of
company D went out wub me that night
for outpost duly near Santa Meca. W'e
went heavily armed and kept our eyes
open, for we bad been warned by our
superior cfhcer. The end of oat heat
was close to a lot of old buildings' and
bamboo thicket. Whenever wo saw a
suspicious figure we would get under
cover and watch. If any one tried to
cross our line he would be balled or shot
About 8:30 o'clock I saw; three men
not more than 30 feet from, us lying flat
on the ground. They had juM discov
ered, us At that moment I beard a
whistle from their direction. It was too
dark to eee them plainly. The, signal
was answered from tbe brnab by anoth
er low whistle. Then sixiral light were
seen from Filipino block bouses, and
Miller and I knew what, was coniiog.
"Halt." I yelled, as the rebels began
to get up, clicking their rifles.
"Alto," (halt; was tlitir reply; snd
we had been cl allengud. There was no
time to lose, and eolbt ought my first
Filipino down ; and I tell you, there was
a little feeling of eaiety end satisfaction
when I heard him groaa. Then I knew
tbe war was on.
We at onco ran back tci -where four of
our men were on guard anJ lined up for
battle. Then we m.ide for the pipe line
back of the camp, i.nd I avhall never for
get that night.
It seemed that, a thousa nd men were
firing at ua from all sides, rand it looked
as though we would ne vet get under
cover from the bullets, hly hurt was los t
somewhere near where 1 killed my rebel
and I found it there the next morning.
I admit that I was scared wbeu 1 got
out ot reach of that lead. It is a serious
thing lo lire a Bhot that e tart a war
None of us ever expocted to get out of
that bole at the Pico line, which made
good breastworks, though we were
joined by the entire outpost, 30 men,
and we all peppered -well at t.he enemy.
Then the action spread from the right
to tbe left, and fat fifteen mtautea the
engagement waa general from Calocan
to tlie bay.
COOS COUNTY DICOVGRY.
; (irccn and drawing Cedar Trees
round (k-nc-ath a fiounlain Sur
face. CharLa l'r tnUiti, one of four, "coal
cruisem' opi'ra'iiig twenty-live miles
! inland from the coatt in Coos county, is
I iu 1'or thud d.tiiciug to have made the
j must remarkable discovery of tin Pacific
! Toward? the close of last uuiitli he
; iid i i ; d O'l'c'Vtit s were sinking on what
i tin v Ii-i'ined a n:o;t promising Coal lor-
iiiation i-i tics county, but al a depth of
! twt-ii'v live leel II. -v struck a natural
eli uf t ahuiit folly let t Jeep, an unpara
i leiled ptienoiueuo;i i i that tectum of the
. country. From thrf cavity arote an c-Ior
' ui-i'her n.isecii nor othewise flleusive,
and Kratiklin ui.d tnool his fallows ile-
teriuired to make a dteceiit f iuvertiga
j Two day.i Liter a-le.;u'i; huiM ing ap
' paradix . . n the grjiu: 1 ai.il the 1-e:.t:-.j
u. trio mil j t'n desct-Lt, tak
I iiirf v i ii tl.rm fafety I imp ar l o'Ler ap-
phai.. is i .j f-ito tor a thuri":,;'' mv-cti-!
Tne Ii- I '. rt.ty f jut I. .iirK tli'-y met
; no u1 i- i il I -riijali n exrej tii.a a natur
al t n:t.el, ti.tf li'D'li aiid wi'llti 4 wlrch
has r.iit jet l.e-n determirn-J. The r-rc-crnJ
ilav. tlionh. wt.ile rii.anir on the
j surface of this nna'cuni.tt!; tucnel,
. tLey struck some g'ten cedar trees, as
' fresh xc.l frtigrwt.t a? if tiny had Ueo
; growing in tl.e open air.
i Tiiis '.. vel 'pu.ent proretted until lat
; Tuesday w iilimit fiither indication of
coal de; o-i'. In !ac, the ainking was
, easy, as tl.e ir ter ir cf the mountain
cousited of d ccmrose J st a'e of a softer
consistency ttiau ape'.or.e, through
which C'Cli ii:an cu'J 1ig 'r jui :evec lo
eiLt feet ivr da; .
"Cuttsu: t'.rou'i ti.o baie uf the tun
nel," re carlii d FracWin, "at.d preserv-
e ce '.r crow h
rn'it h a possi-
: Lie, , nt .i ''ep!h o' o'ty-tive more
feet, c m i pen n tin r op ning 'n that
! mysterioui u oun .it. i i w j:th tLere was
an illuci n t'.ion a -1 U c as 'ate twi--light.
Even at t' at dp'h lb trunks of
( the cedirs jet s ew aid were fil l of sap.
. .. . ,
i we sank upon then;, (ciu o them !
ing four fert in ci' umferer.ee at the
deplii we hi I a ta.r.e 1.
"The tuti'e d sci veri ," a 'dc I F"rank-
i '. "h without pra lvl ea lar as I
i e' er Lear l. Lut mux: tuci:t mveliLea cs
ioaieiu the sttond tatural tuattl in
ihe heart cf the Uiountain. This tunnel
! is lifiLt as far as the eye can reach.
Again, while tt.e u.ouritain is moist, we
j have coiue up m liO tody cf water."
Franklin l.n been favorably known
hereabouts fci the pisl twenty years as
a truthful and reliable man, lut he lacks
the oer ol 'a-Jtuae to vividly describe
tlie wonderful U-j-js county discovery.
He is li-ie to iolu.e Uoi:e! Slates Sen
ator McCn le to influence lbs Smithson
ian Institution to famish him each aid
as may nAe this mystery scientifically,
luu Iai-y l jo is tbe ua.ne ol a cew
pos'iuittrecs in Oklahoma.
The dea:h ra'e of the arn:y a! pre.er.t
is only a iiitle over 2 per cel. I.
Ti.e Spanish govem.Tieut ii removing
from Cuba to Spin liAfc) destitute Span
iards. Floods swtpl aay 1'.0 huusea in Wco
Chow, China, thousan ls of esp'e being
The ierman dispa ch boat AlaTa has
grefrom Vanila lo Uke roeeion of
the Caroliie I4ai ds.
Democra s au 1 pot u i;'s of Iowa bive
agreed to fure and noa i i.te Frederick
E. White fo' gjvernor.
Ia the South wilhia th4 laat five
months $17,000,0.10 c f new t apital has
b'en invested io cotton mills.
Pension applications are begiuning to
fall off, and it ia believed thai the high
water mark has been reached.
It is sii I in Michigan that Gen. RuBsel
A. Alger Lai abaodoneJ bis idea of run
ning for the United States senate.
TLere seems to be no truth ia the re
port of Mr. W. K. Yanderbill's thanne
of f.ti h, io ord r to please Lis wife.
A Japaut sc naval attache at SI. Peters
burg declares that Russia will eventual
ly abandon the Tran-Si'x rian Railroad.
By Ihe schedule of the transrort ser
vice, it is believed that 13.0C0 soldiers
ran be lauded in Manila by the end of
Sixty-five Kentucky counties held an-ti-Goebel
conventions this week. Ken
tuckiacs are evidently not inclined to
give np the right of suffrage.
An American syndicate with $10i),0t0
to bet will give odds against the Sham
rock of 10 to 8, and put up all the money
the Shamrock adherents can cover.
A Mrs. Tuylor of West Virginia, who
was pronounced dead, has returned lo
life, awerting that she eaw the gates of
paradise and conversed with augels.
I ttlta in heard from Cuba lfttelr. The
island appeurs lo be ' picilied." No in
.rrP-tiori ia raised, no Dames are
fought, there ia do resistance to out
A Chinese towu harboring pirates that
robbed a British ship has been shelled
out of existence by British caunons
Mr. Bull has a decided way about him
that is useful in Ihe Orient.
An order has been issued directing
that teu additional regiments of volun
leers be organized for s Tvice iu the
Philippines. The regiments will be
numbered from 33 to 47 and will be or
ganized at the following places in Ihe
order named: One each at lortbneii
ing, Fort Crook, Neb., Fort Riley, Kas ,
two at Camp Meade, Pa.,oue each at
Fort Niagara, N. Y., Fort Ethan Allen,
Vt.. Fort Leavenworth. Kas., Jellereon
Barracks, Mo., South Framiogham,
New Store !
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
In anv quantities and at the verv lowest prices at
A. G. MARSTERS & CO.
his is the
C. VV. PARKS
. , - -
Speaking of High Grade .Vheelsl
Wbilo we Lave Imperials at 33 au A S our $J3 wheel is jut as
m:u onau e as cor Jul) cte. the clifTerence boiujj simply ia tbe finish
The abovo meationoil wheels are jast as high grade aa any wheel
in the market aud NONE is superior ia material or mechanism.
The oldest wheels now iu use ia tbe city are Imperials. These
wheels have beeu ia coastsat use siQce'lS'JJ
X" K. RICHARDSON.
We have a complete line or
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
FRESH AND TROPICAL FRUITS,
Which will please you in both quality and
Price. G've us a Call.
KRU5E & SHAMBROOK.
I P. Benedic
Any Job Work done at
f R easonable p' nn
New Goodsl $
I -rpocerv ii
A full and complete assortment
of all goods usually kept iu a first
Everything orTered for sale is fresh;
and sold at very reasonable prices.
Wc have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our liuc of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
Wc carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers, j
. Undei1taBi end Embalmei'. $
A Cotuplete Jin of
Lailittti Drt-hs GocnIh, HibLoD", Trim
rutijtfH, Lacew, Etc., Etc.
Also a Hue line of
of tLe Lent ijaality and latest style.
Staple and EaLcy
Wotxl, Willow, ami Glassware,
Crockery. Conla. Etc., also oa
baad and at price to tail tie
Au iip-to-date hue of
H. C. STANTON.
EAST AND SOUTH
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"Susie Lmc m lk WirM"
Tlie Favc.nte Tranccontiocntal Koote
lVetotn the Nartbaett and all
Choice of To KouUe
Through tbe Famoca
Rocky iMountain Scenery
And Four Routes lM
ol l'ueblo and LVnver.
All riMvn?n rranlMt a d.v anr-ov.r
in the Mormon Capital or anvwhere re
tseen Ofdo and IVnrer. rersonally
condocted Tourirt Kicoraion three daya
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tic-Lets and any Information. Re-
parding Kate, Koate?, etc., or lor IV
rriutive AJvertifing Matter, call on
A gents Jo! Oregon Railway A Navigation
Co., Oregou thort Line or Southern
S. K. HOOPER,
General Pass. A Ticket Agent,
R. C. MCHOL,
251 Wash. !?t. roitlaud Or.
Roseburs P. O. Hours.
Week davi. 6:30 a. m. to 8 d. m. Sun
days and holidays, C:3d to 9:00 a. no.
and 5:30 to 7:30 p. m.
Roseburi; to Marshfield De.arts ev
ery day at 6 a. m. : arrives every niorn
ing. Kueeburg to SIvrtle Point. lHpart
every day at 6 a. in ; arrives every
Uoseburia to Millwood FH-parte eyery
day except Sundays at 7 a. no.; arrives
every day except Sundays at 4U5p.ru.
Rosubnrit to Teel IV part a JJaily, (ex
cept SuuJav) at 7 a. m ; arrives daily,
(evcept Sunday) at 3 p. at.
RoaeburK to Lurley Departs Tues
days and Fridays at I p. m.; arrives
Tuesdays aud FihUs at 11:30 a. ul.
If you stiller from lendernets or full
ness ou the rii;ht aide, pains under
shoulder blade, constipation, biliousness,
sick headache and feel dull, heavy and
sleepy yonr livsr is torpid and contested.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers will cure
you promptly, pleasantly and perma
nently by removing the congestion and
causing the bile ducts to open and How
naturally, tiiky ark ooon pills.
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Collections a Specialty.
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teepacne No. 4.
YKA BROWN, M. D.
OFFICE, SOS Jackaoa Sinct, al res
ilience ol Xrs, J. Bitscr.
Pliyscian & Surgeon.
Oice P1 Offer BM. KOSEJrBW.
l'boot, .Main -1. vHiGO.
pOeEBCRO DIVISION XOa I.OFLI,
ta:a cTvry arcou4 aavl iourvk.iMioJaT.
MTOMKS 3 RELIEF CORPS NO.
" Brat aad lulnl Fnviari ia
p EXO POT, XO. 29, U. A. &., HUTS TBI
firat aul ihird Ihandara of cocA asoolA,
al I p. to.
A LPHA LODGE. Sa 47. C. OF f., BtirtTfl
rk Try WcdiMsday crcoinc t Odd Foikrva
HaU. YialUng KnutbU ta good autaiUnc COT
UaUjlnTiMU to alleod.
LAUREL LOtXiB. A. F. A A. M . REGCLA
meeiini ia. id aud iih WeduoadSTa ta
EI GENE.U PAKROTT W. at.
S.T. Jawsrr. S ecy.
P OSKBCRti CHAPTER. SO. S. O. X. l.llXrra
iv lh first and itiird Thursday of ssca
UBB1E C06HOW. W at.
MAI DS RAST, Sec y.
OOEKX WOODMEN OF AMERICA. MEET
on tint aii.t ihn.l Tuvadax oi tsch stunt s
ia the sld Maaouic h.U.
H. W. Mujub, T. C.
H. Iu. MAR5TKas Clerk.
CODMES OF TUE WORLD. Osk Cams
No. l.'.V. irnrU at the OU I KelVowV Hail
la Kic'btir. evc-ry lt, artl aud MB VostiaF
tvcoiua. V uiunt nciahbr aiwarj rk-si
O. p. Jcxmow, C. C
V. C. U.MKiS.Ckrk.
PB1LET VRIAN LOlHjK, NO. , I. a tX F.
m-usiunl ryeuini of csc-b ck at
their hail is OJ.l Fellow Temple si RoorhorB.
Membenol the order ia cuod ataodlnc sr. tank
ed k attend. B. W. srKV.Su, M. O
X.T. Jawarr, Sce'y. D.S.W't.
P.O. ELKS. KOtiEBlKU LOIOtil. Kft IC.
hoi.! their nvulu euuimuuKation, at the
t O. O. F. ball on ntwud an.l fourth Ihuradav
if each mouth. Ali atembem rtuetcd to at
leud rc'Kular'.y, and all vultin orolaera Cor
liail; invited to attend.
1 t HAS. L. HaDLEY, K. R
IRA B. R'.DDLE. IrvvrrtaiT-
pOriEBURlt 10DGB. SO. la, A. O. TJ. W.
A. ueta the aevoad and fourth Moodara of
Mch rnouih at"; s. m. al Odd Fellows hall
Membora of the order la food taadlua: ara ia
Tiled to attend.
r- D. S. Watt.
F. W. Riweh, Fisane!;,