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NOTE HEADS. LETTEK
HEAD. BILL HEADS
ENVELOPES. ETC. i
No better field tttaa Southern Ore
gon; in better mcdiam through which
Executed ob short notice at price J
conaiiteat with good work. I
ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24 , iSgo.
Last Recruits for the 35th 4rc
REGIMES! I IXtLV OrNCERtt).
Disastrous I ire in the Cripple Creek
District Good News
Yamvi vu, Wash., Aug 111. The or-tari-ation
nl the Thirty-fifth rvyiment
Ci.ied Urates volunteers, ordered to Ik?
recroiteJ .t VaLcouver harracte, is tow i
CDmpleted, t'. e fu'l comber of l.m men I
required having Wen received. The last ;
two compinies ceeessary to complete the I
organization were made up today,
organiration of the rfgirr.ental UlJ id
, , , . , . . ,
also .b h. weie. Hie re.ua.u.n, .ex- ,
b ru having arrived and I he receipt cf
hicl. were shipped from.
DjetoM sevetal days ago, is about
is necessary to complete the O'ganizi-!
Notwithstanding tlie fae
of the com- !
pl-tion of the regiraient, the work of re- i
cruiting has been ordered to proceed
til further orders.
I.ieu'eaact-Col JDel I'lumnier,
uisader of t'ie regiment, is directed to;
eei-ure all in'e rtcrai's o5sibl in the ! !1J;t t'jr ':i!S :1V' ' -'-l '-' t'J "o i' eek .
fonr PaciS,- coast states within his' The lij.-es; cherry tree in the Ni r;h-jurii-du-tion.
end to organiz? the saiue to- ; ett is ou tin- u J bomtead of J)avid
pelher with K lEtern re.ruiu iiosv here ; Ci.aii.t er.-, .at it (ijmpia. It was
and on the way into inJepeadent drtach- planted i:s by Mr. Chumcre, who
uients ready to 1 attached to any reci- j broojht tiie t iii over from O-egju. It
mentteunateJ by (be war departnieut spreads t .'oet aiross iiit top, and the
a detachment of 200 rt emits arrived to- i trai-.k tce-u-e? eig1 t fett and ten inches
sight, ai d many ethers are cxpecitd to id circoru'erence.
arny in tue next lew dnys. j ;"jxe i.f t:uejr o3
To prevent aay disturbance wbuliithe voluu eers fr?-?i
might occar owinj tj the presence it ; were p:es nvd t e
sach a !ar;e comber of raw recruits in ' uT Is, who uth -y
the barracks. Colonel P.nnimer place! i hut many of w!io;u
as a preca-j; unary measure a provost
guard of 3Jjnea a. u iTe:e:it points about
the city last rijjU. As a conscqaen-e
there was no distarbanc, cn the areas.
Recrn.ts a-e equip, ed promptly npen
arrnal and ustgned to companies each
soldter being fully supplied with dothicg
gun and other -necessary equipments,
and in motcases be is on the parade
ground drilling Within 24 hours after his
Only two enlistments for the TLitty -
fifth infantry hare been made at this
post. n. u. t letcher and t. eiis pre- ;
sented themselves here and were found ;
'laahGeJ.- . - i
Tifrger prattktand sktrmithiug oct.u-!
piessearera! hotuaeach-d jy,ia spite of the ;
rain, and all spire moments are devoted
to dri;l and setting-up exercises. i
Wasuuitiiox, Aog 20. The colonels '
ana neatenant-cjioneis ot the new regi
merits of United States volunteer infan- ;
try 6oon to be organized f jr service in
the Philippines, are men of ext-ericcce. I
All but one of Them jire graduates of'
- - .v.u., cuu Ait UIC UCCU 1U lllC
service over 20 years some cf them over
Many of the 40 inaj ire which includes
10 major-surgeons, as vrell a) some of the
15 J captains, which includes 10 sargeou's
cf that rank, w ill come from the old estab
lishment will be graduates irom West
Point. All the lieutenants, 2GJ, will be
taken from among officers who saw ser
vice in the SpanuL-American war or
the Philippine rebellion.
This will make a good start for the
young men who go to make up the
13,000 soldiers of the 10 regiments.
Never before, in the history of the re
public, were 10 . volunteer regiments so
well, so fortunately, provided with edu
cated officer, stilled eoldiera of large
and varied experience.
Those 13.000 young men will "ha ye all
their rights as American soldiers, will be
properly cared for io all respects, and
when the fighting begioe, they will be
ably, bravely, oiscreet!y led, so led as to
do the best yos-ib'.e execution, to inflict
the greatest possible harm upon the ene
my, and at the came time, in scch man
ner as to eause the least possible harm
in their own ranks. '
The nation will watch those 10 regi
ment) with onusual interest. There is
going to be some real war in Luzon this
fall and Agninaldo would Letter get in
to bis racing c'othes instantcr.
The Victor Fire.
Victor, Colo., Aa. 22 The total
number of buildings deetroyed by firel
yesterdav, is 8JD. Tne tola! loss is esti
mated at from $1,000,000 to $2,500,000,
Insurance from flOJ.000 to fSOO.000.
The business porlion of the city was ut
Good News for Oregon.
Chicago, Aug. 32. It is authentically
reported that James K. lliil, will build
15 new steamers for trans-Pacific trade
for the reat Northern road, Jbe preaeut
number being insufficient to Lacdie the
' 4 A Little Spark May
Make Much Work."
The hitle ''spvks" of bad blood lurking
tn the ssient should be quenched wilh
Hood's Sarsi.ptriiU, America's great Hood
purifier. 11 purifies, "viislizes and enriches
the blood of both sexes and all ages. Cures
scrofula, sail rlieum, dyspepsia, catarrh.
Will Introduce .Measures of Interest;
to the People.
i A e:cvia! to the Chicago Chronicle
'. iro:u IV-eka, K i-.. 8..y?: Initcd i"tatoe
; Senator Minn wi l iu'.nduc: thr.e
; amendment to the federal cr,i.;ii.iii n
at Uk ti. At eesiou of opgrcss and ark
that iher l i Mihmit'p.l t v a im(j r,f t;, !
' The first w.I! provide tint the prtvi-
ent W fleeted f. r hk yea, an 1 shall
! be Uiftja ilit d t :- !e-t!ei-tio-i. ' T;ie
end is designed to make iha term of
congressmen f.itir years. Ta? third will
i provHe for the e'ecii n of seua'.ois bv a
j direet vo:e uf the people.
Senator ll.rri:-says a e n;i;:e:s:iiaii nu
i UK.re than gets a. ! ; ii ,(e 1 with the
St'eeta in H'ashin 't:i t
le i l to the
un:il ll? h t J c ,:,'e 1 J!U
fix up ,lje IcaiCS f jr r--!i on.
J ' ,, ' . r " . .
ola uniies r ii .urudii!! ; t:eer I e -
fore.an-J .level rment .ork u pr .,reJ,:u,
rapid 1;. .
The lis-of i.tjraM. sap.-rvisjr
as complete I Mou lav hv the appoint -
uf iv r. rt! Potlii as s-.t-
pciisjj Ul U1. ?e"OT'I illSiri'"..
The shi in I IV a T.U says 3J4 mic-
claim, 'juar:, a-,1 placer, were Io-
cated an 1 n corded in .licksoa Cv-ui.tv
during liie pas: eJr, .jjart'.
rjed in .l-.si.l.ine co'inty during (be
bro jht luoie by
i. ) i.y tlie ."-aa-en!
t it-re to fiht.
, frietiJs cf the foldie.-s. Several of the
: Ore.-on bars got so they c a!J ti k w.t ,
ihe.n in their own language,
0a ti Lt :lie oun;s;n, bli., a
; fcpriukle 0, fc.JWi8Ej tU mLie
; CJp Qn Ashlini, t wLichliad prtvi.
! 0U8,y )a.jkeJ Jif,y tLj d.,jpilUtejt was
;4ally renoya-cd, its rms. mended and an
j aoanJ.ne of cea:i wl.i-e j.affa and frills
aJ(ie(f It is an iureesting sigLt, w hen
ttl0 aa :s iLicg bright and warm in
; the vaiter, to see a gco'turm ragins in
; the mountains .-AiL!aa J Town Ta's-.
Pursuant to ca.l, n.einbers cf Ccui-
pany D, SecoLd Oregon vo'.ii!;teere. met
, in the city h A M onday i vening to or
ganize thc-Ljs. lves into a s:cie'y. J. E.
'Thcrn'onwas t lec'ed preti j. nt and W.
:C. Oruhb secretary, U. Y. Crows ja,
; C. E. Oray and I). VV. Sickett were a;.
j poiu'.ed a C3tiimii:re t j dri'c a canstitu-
tion aui by-laws fjr iLe cr i:.iz fi y...
Utlinll Ti l
Tlie iileui SeutiLt! soys thefe is a
igosddealcf ta'kofa successor to Csn-
gresanien T(.ngae; and mentions Ciaud
Uiatch and W. H. Hohton, of .'alem,
j 3nator Ktily, o
Aibanv, W, I. Vawter, 1
. . . . . . ,
. uvcurp .nag'
;ers of Yamhiii ani
A. C. Wo.dcock of Lane, also Harry
Miller and Senators Drowcell and Mul
key. It is eary to mention, but the pro
gram is already made lor Congressman
Tongue to be nominate 1.
What is the matter with old Vamhill?
not a tingle suit tile i in the circuit court
during the inoath of J uiy, no, a prison
er in the county jail and it is so long
since one has been there that the
hinges are getting ru3'y. Out genial
sheriff says thrt the lawyers are getticg
discouraged and all that could raise the
dimes are out of town, and those who
bad to remain have a iar away disconso
late look that reminds him of a group of
populists when electicn returns are com
ing in. Sheridan Sun.
Myrtle Creek will have a good aver
age crop of prunes this season, notwith
standing the repor'e which have gone
outto the contrary. The matter of a
rusty or fungus growth on the fruit has
been greatly exaggerated. It has ap
peared in some spots, but is not nearly
80 bad as two years ago, and at that
time the damage was nt serious. Port
land dealeis havj had meu looking over
the situation aad find such a good cut
look that they n i l tei d buyers there at
an early da'e. Telegram.
A returned volunteer thus relates a
bayonet charge on the Filipinos iti w hich
he took an active part : "1 never want
to charge a man with a bayonet again,"
he said. ''We were in close quarters.
One big black fellow, almost naked, had
his machete upraised to stiike, and even
then I hesitated befote ulunging my bay
onet into him. The excitement of the
fight sustained me for the time, but 1
have seen that fellow's agonized, tcr.ured
look a thousand times eince then. It is
no easy job to kill even a 'nigger' in cloBe
Says the Junction City Times: John
Howard, knovvu in company C as "Dad"
is perhaps tlie only member in the com
pany that has the distinction of know
ing that he killed a Filipino. He w ith a
number of others were on a scouting ex
pedition and when near the outposts of
the enemy, considerable firing was in
dulged in. Two or three bullets came
whizzing pabt John but he could not lo
cate his man as sciokelees powder was
need. When the fifth shot had been
fired, he noticed a tun glisten in the sun
light up a tree. John was mad by this
timefand he brought up his Springfield
inahnrry. His aim was a little high
but he made the nigger duck his head.
The fecoud shot bored him through the
body and he fell from the tree with a
chug. When the nemy retreated, he
advanced and found his man. He re
moved bin bat and knife which he
I brought home as relics of the Filipino
THE END IN SIUI1T.
War Preparations rc Causing
the filipinos Alarm.
jPEACt NLGOIIATIONS 0 I00T.
I Ar,lStl,M, ....
Will Not Cease His Efforts to In
crease Otis' Army.
W'amu.v.io.n, Ad,;. Hoped I
' ' au aPlt0-11 Ti end of the I'hiiipii,e
i insurrection have been apparent
a i;ce i
the organization ul additional ri. .j.
: uien's and Secretary Kx)t'd action call
! it); out 10 uiore for the Philippine eer
! vice. Tiiis netiun l.at duionalrated to
I , , . V , "
1 be futde, and it is he leve J Leiiot utior.s
! ,w noW oa (lot Ukin, l0 a .J, 0
I War den.r. ...n,
1 , . .
. , ..r", ' " '"
iiuuj iicuvill lilWHID, IU mjcn
! "e e a!tS he bev8 th4t vf
; l"c PP" 'u 10 au "
iies is in rigm. u is
sjkuowa ,hat JispaWLeS have Infei. re-
,ceieo iroiu cenersi '.'tis receMiv .1
coasiderable impur;ance, and
were taken by ecret-ry
lo the prenJeu!. At the
wiii'.tver has been rvcciicj
i is oot uf a character to stop the work "f
orgauiiing tr.K'p, as Secretary K-ife
I last irj lac'ion was to push everyiliii.,
land esi;eciai!v tlie afia-iiemmts f.r
j Tue secretary is not aAi:' t.. i .ir- j
ceived by any encunraitin report.-, and, j
! until l-i-ac:ual euire:;di r of Aviiuiuldo I
. i , . .. . i
laikta p.acf, ne aiii b.uJ eery in irtto
iacrese the araiy cf Vieiital iiis.
Second Oregon Pensions.
VAs,u.v..r s, A ;k-. 21, Cp t A o-
gust 20, there had t.eea received a! te !
pension bureau a total c-f liijriy-ii a- j
plications fi r ptnsV.s irom t.e-i iu
served ;u the Uregon ie,;;.U'ei.ts .jurii.i;;
the late war. Uf ihis number uerej
a;.plicat;or. ii i inva'i I pen-ijt.s, that i-,
where the ;i ;iji',d ma io the ap.i-caU-n
on t:.. ir own aecojnt ; 12 de;u '
cuts, .r ciia:S ina Je hy the relatives or
la i i:;es o: s- I it.- s lu acre khied, that j
is, rea'.ves no were depenJent njxn
the deceased f jr a mean of support, and
the other a p,!: cation was made by a
:iiirub r of the Oregon i'git bat.-r,.
Tue o a;-pr - :is tir -t ai.-:i;i jnej wtre
made fr-: the -cnd reg :i Vjl ju'.eer
Governor Oeer's Hessage.
Sallm, Ur , Aug. 1 J. To Hon. Eiihu
llojt, .Secretary of War, Vas-hiu4-ton,
I. C : 1 recemmeed the appointment
of Captain J. F. Ca-e to tin position of
captain of a new regiment.
f-iir T o . L a i., t. . . a: . - I
n.c i.cui.-iuico reiiu'juia are arsigoeo
to Oregon, when all troops to fili the re
quirements are drawn from ite Middle
and Western states? Why discriminate
against this state for the allotment of
j utlictre for the new regiment? We sent
a eplcndid regiment to the Philippines
Many officers who desire to re-enlist
should have favorable consideration.
T. T. Gttii,
Fusion in Nebraska.
Omaha, Neb., Aug. 22. Nebraska
democrats, populists and silver-republican
met in this city today and fused on
nominations for judge of the supreme
court and two members of the board of
regents of the state university. Kx-Uov-ernor
Silas A. Holcotnb was nominated
for supreme justice by the populists and
indorsed by the other two conventions,
though not without a fight io the demo
cratic gathering, where there was strong
opposition to him.
Recruits Arriving at Cape Town.
Cii't Tows, Aug. 23. Although the
cabled summary ot the counter proposa's
of Transvaal government to Great Brit
ain's proposition is probably incomplete,
it undoubtedly gives the general lines
accurately. The Mafekicg horse regi
ment id mobilizing rapidly, .averal
hundred recruits have arrived and have
oeen equipped. Every train is bringing
Reed Has Resigned.
AtoisrA, Me., Aug. 15. The teBigna
tion of Thomas IS. lteed as congressman
in the First Maine district was received
by Governor Powers today. Governor
Powers has accepted the reeigntition,
which lakes effect September 4.
East Portland was visitid by a minia
ture cyclone, Monday. No further
damage resulted than the wrecking of
an old building on Powell street and a
severe nervous shock to the people of
the neigh boi hood. It was a meteoro
By the end of another week it is ex
pected that Col. Bryan will be into the
Kentucky campaign as far as New Al
bany, Ind., which is much closer than
he approached to the enemy in his last
The Minnesota regiment of volunteers
has embarked at Manila for home, O'Jli
strong. This does not lessen its heroism
but speaks volumes for good military
Ex-Gov. Altgeld, of Illinois says he
would advise the omission of an explicit
10 to 1 plank in the demon alie platform
DRliVfUS IS DOOMED.
Is the Prediction of Mis Cousin, At.
' I .e tii. vv ii
a' t ir.-iev , w h
nvievd," i t he as-
l y laae M. Crane nn
is ii iMiimu ( i ti.e liencb
Ji-w ii i.v h d-ling i he eves it the W'.iilJ.
"Captain lit (u' was utif irt'.l:iate ut
lli" start i:i Inviiu tiii.'rotia ie I bin.feif
j U to n-! r-upl;lni-i cin un.i, ance?,
' i-did Mr. 1'rH l:t,l.-. Jful.-!lSy till
j lh ' put t l h i o. l'.i'i ijltiieti, hid iudtil
j gen vjiijA ir e m l lh- "It-merit that goes
side ' ci i w it it !ia I mu Ii I i tl Willi
I placing him ir. th- prcdieam? lit . 1' i
generally i i-'iev
I ! Iih fjiniiv that
c uit-inusiial will convict
tiii; it is hi'lieved that lie
! ' v I'ar
d hy Tn-i-iilelit l.i.ubtt
i This CMUtS;'
: e -i-arv f ir t!n welfare
H i Frum- an 1 '.t-.e
c s .t tiruinah 1 n
'fact, it was t-x;fttel IhaLlhe CVirt J
Cassatioii .::'.! "di-r a revision wrh
uirec.c-ti' IT un ;ntUi. .tnuiier
trial I v i i'-t tti.. t ill :is ii.nihv n
pee'ei i :i iii 'l n.- i -r : I..- n e .. f hi
eol.v . ar-i-h- fruin th.- prej-tdice
aain-t 1. i u as a Jew, was the fact that
Colo! i 1 1.- ,i v and other acciis.TS were
atou.-d t .e a'.teiri ina nf Ire;f n in
another .luectioii Th"V r.-clel le
prove I I ii : traitr-r ai. l le'ort to lc'p r
a'e in .::i.i .ai:t '.e-aeiv8, as li.e
f irmer ( the tu-.'ir.-aii histhoan. Of
hi-1 inn -i n i i-n doubt, ( 'it thai
'M'i.'- jiiii. ...1...I the h.o.'r n( the
aril y tuilt i e rllr tii r,l."
T.-ie fatii-.'v - f At' rn -v jO'.n.e aid
that (A lire, f i- (.ak. i;i't orrep 3i.ii--d
kiuce t.ii-.i: l-!..re the ei taia be
cane invulvi.) ;a 'lit prewnt tronh'e.
-:s..ill !.l;iver b-. iieViS trial
'file pibt iar hjve uin.ir
: -t s' injer t;ian ev.-.
II. . i -lf .) ( 4 l:-Iii-jri l .r
' i ' ti hei (,ilt.Wp!ii
. . tk, to It ufed on Chinese
t;l. , v...
; in i' t . .
! for V a.iiv
lien. J.e WLevUr had the satisfaction
oi ktoi ii t'n' hit i':i! rn a-j 2i-pce
.ii in't I i- wh.-n h- ravr- then.
l 1 in t hi - .t. -lein is in';: Mr.
I'.r. a:i a i.. hae t fjv ' Ni, tn . (' .
i:t -!.'' a . i I n.it! ti.ies wlo-ri h- ti-e
j t K- ?i ' .- .
I IT in: -l.r. a-. I -I...-.- i- iiV- ee
in Sir:i o.-i i.i rVa-.l-J in Wa iiintt.n
as a ::!.v.-.( m "i.'iS.-jin( l'-.-n hith.
e'tu c iizi leu- !.
Ili'e ert is to r. st 1 i She pr. Ppeclive
m?ttni -f A I ntra! i'ewey and Pope
L o th.it .-v.-ry Iv i w o:,dtrinis what
h's II js . ! e iv t his Hihre-s.
Tfif or ! r by ;he I'm: leal o-dprirg
the tn:;?: i en, of !:i more volunteer iu
fau'ry reni.rrs is eidenre of the g-pr3-iv-
p.-Ii-y wo-n V-.-retary U-a L.:
There his h-. ;i s'.-!np? le of itiiuerg
from Dawejii Ctylothe Pd!y rirer,
whe:ericii discoveries hue ben rxade.
Tlie pans taken oat fro t. be :ro.-krun
from oj cenis to $2.
A Chi -a;i paper, bavin.: k?p". a record
of crixe f x ten year, declares that the
aloon b'isintss cf ihe I 'ui'f i States is
direct'y chargeable itli a totil f 5',
430 murders during thtt time.
A regular n.ont'.lv lin-' uf ttejiil'rs
has been ef-tabii!ied U-tWcen New Yt.ik
and Miui'a The v-i;age by way of the
Suez Canal n to be in le in eixty days
Ou the Pacific it can le accomplished io
half the time.
lien. 0;i9 repotted the capture of
letters fr.'ii a high ihr-ti'gcht cibortiuj
the cativea to hoi 1 cut longer, as Euro
pean icoguition would be granted by
Angus'. 31 and the prevent U.S. adminis
tration be over thrown.
A wa'.chma.i employed in a Chicago
livery stable cut off the tails cf lorly
horses one night last week and sold ths
hair for f.hOO. It is Eai.l that the mar
ket value o! the horses was decreased
f 1090 by th-s reprehensible deed.
Another social;;', colonv has proved a
(ai'ure and iit.s dissolved. Thin was the
harmony colony recently-established on
the Cowlitz river in Chehalis county,
Washington. Disagreement of the mem
bers was tbe cause of the collapse.
Reports from the east tell cf a move
ment to launch a ticket iu Ihe nexi
presidential campaign called the "Conti
nental Republican," whose originators
and supporters would be anti-ex parsion
iijta. But it is a vague scheme and will
Au injunction against visiting another
man's wifa or writing to her or in any
way communicating with her was recent
ly sustained by the Texas Court of Crim
inal Appeals. The decision was made in
a habeas corpus proceeding for release
from imprisonment for contempt of court
by disobeying the injunction.
The American lino steamer Paris, re
cently pulled oil" the rocks hear Cover-
ack, left Falmouth, Mouday, under her
own steam, aided by several tug". She
will go to Miiford Haven, where she will
be docked for repairs. Divers have been
working on her day and night for weeks
past, sheathing and calking Ihe damaged
portions of the hull.
When a crowd of citizens of Beech
burg, Ky.t enraged at the building of a
Mormon church in the town, were about
to set fire to it, they learned that tie edi
fice had just been insured in view of this
very contingency. They accordingly
chopped the church in pieces, taking
care that no piece of timber could be
uted again. The elders will probably
lose their insurance.
Sania Bahdaua, Cal , Aug. 21 E-
Kupervinor Hayne, who has been in the
Kotzebuo Sound country all w inter, has
written very discouraging news homo
A lottor dated July 21, on the Arctic cir
cle gives a list of 43 miners who enleicd
that region and iorishcd.
iNew Store !
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
- 1 .
In any quantities and at the- very lowest prices at
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
his is the
I C. V. PARKS &
Speaking of High Grade Wheels!
While we have Imperials at and $ ) our 31 wheel is jmt as
high gha e 88 Clir $50 coe. the difference being simply in the finish
The above montioned wheels aro just as high, grade as any wheel
in the market and NONE is superior in tniterial or tiiechauisin.
The oldest wheels now in use in the city aro Imperials. These
wheels have been in constsut use since lb'J2
,T. K. RICHARDSON.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
We have a comnlete line of"
I FRESH GROCERIES,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
FRESH AND TROPICAL FRUITS,
ij VEGETABLES, ETC.,
Which will please you in both quality and
1 KRUSE cS: SHAMBROOK.
S Any Job Work done at
r Reasonable Rates -
Free Delivery t
A full aud complete assortment
of all goods usually kept iu a first
Everything offered lor 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, Ghcrkius, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
3rCS"t5 - 1-
ftJJi.T - . t r- t . i . T
unaercaifEP m LmDaimer. $
A complete iin f
-now on Lati-'l.
Ladies Dn-rsGocnls, iCiLUjn, Trim
ihiiitf. Laces. Etc., Etc..
Alto a fine lih' of-
of the Lest quality hlJ latent style.
- .Staijlo arid l'aLC
Wool, Willrjw, ahl Olassware,
Crocker c. Cur.lae. F.tc., also o'a
LaaJ and at j rices to fcO.it the
An up-to-date line of
H. C. STANTON.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Paciiic Co.
Btprta. Iniu litK Portlaad duty.
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Diolns cars OrMcnallon Car.
Pn'.ii!.n rt i a-.ar.-l t .ur..; cm a:br4
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Ar R-Tw-i-nrr - Lt. 7.36a.
i 'im;:ii Ma.i la.:j (Eicef.: uaay).
7;90 a. a.
tl Si a. a.
i 56 r.a
1 -Ji p. a
At Alt-ac j aJ t'orra la eocoect wi u-ais
ol for-, aj.it As iauiem ra;iroa.
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U !.-!-. co-
4 a. a.
E KOEULCK. C. U MAE-UAH.
Miiit". i. f. A Paaa. A(ect.
Lnrx. t a : -n l"rr! i;b
tuii' ' r Kim 1. .'f an, c ;r:. Ihe
P:iUt-vm. u-l A ..ira' a.
F-r tf:i.i. i. i ai CsU --o r a-!-
!r- I B XcKiLK Asbi c V. C. Vj'SIHiH,
"Sccwk Line ! the WaHd"
The Kaiofite Tranfcoctir.enUl Ivoute
Between the N jrthwett and all
Choice cf Two Koutea
Through the Kamone
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Routes East
ol Pueblo and Denver.
tl Paste tigers granted a day stop-over
in tht Murmi-ti Capital or dt where he
twren Ogdn and Ienver. 1'ertonallv
conducted Touritt Excnrji-.'cs tbreedays
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Ti.keta and any lnfcrma'inn Ke-
garding Kate", Routes, etc.. or fcr IM
a-rip:ive Advertising Matter, call on
Agentsol Oregon Railway A Navigation
Co., Oregon !hort Line or S.uthern
S. K. HOOPER,
General Pass. & Tuket Agent,
R. C. NICHOL,
tieoeral A tent,
251 Wash. St. Portland Or
Koseburj P. O. Hours.
eek uavs. tt :M a. in lo 8 i. m. un-
days and boli.lats, o :0 to tt.iK) a.m.
and 5:o0 to 7:30 p. n.
Roeeburg to Maisbtieid lV it ev
ery day al 0 a. m. ; arrives every u.om
ing. lioeehurg ta Myillu IVint. lert
every day at 0 a. m ; arrives every
Rosoburg to Millwood lei'srt ei er
day except tfuudai at .7 a. m. ; arrive
every day except Sundays at 4:4i. tn.
Rosel.urg to Pee! lVpattn 'daily. (x
eept Sun.lav) at 7 a. in ; m'ics daily,
(evcept SiiudiH at : p. in
Rosehnrg ti I.nrley I Vparta Tuen-
dajs and l'ii.l.n ut 1 p. iu.;
I llt'I. '.I . H 1111 I IIIIMI9U1 1I..IIID.IU.
1( you stiller (rini tenderneMi ur full
ness on the nu'ut side, ptina under
shoulder blade, constipation, hiliouene a,
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sleepy your liver is torpid and congested,
D&Will's Little F.arly Kit-er will cort
you promptly, pleasantly and Perm. -
netitly by leninvin.' Mm rmg' Stion and
. .i i :i. i . i .i
causing tbe bile duets to Open and flow
naturally, tiikv auk ;.ioi pii.i s.
! GENERAL DIRECTORY
i C.H.Senaron j'fw- ?l?ntm
tTnoa. fl. Toet-at
3t. A. Moody
nmnimtj oi etat.
Su.t. Put, iiuitructton M
t. r iKti
F. 1. Imabaf
C a. Moor
J. H. Arkamaa
h.k. 5. Biaettrarv
F. X. Moure
- "I. E. MfOiTCTTM
'k. S. Bean
1. . Ha.T.-'iti
rt'MdM'.nt Ai-JMXer Ii. Itrov-ti
c. . Layb i.ffii a, kaiicu.
fwlver Henry R-olii
iecaie' 1. T. Briocn
r. . ssiTaaa acanc.
Oterref Thoa. iHamm
lui ccrtrjn t.
"'" A. W. T.rt4
,.. w. Kouoift
'w. w. WUaoti
ti. w. Csan
J V Gi
K I. 6tepttn
.. is. W. Istmntea
Xraurr , ,
-cbooi .jctjrii.u.iiiltat 1
- H B. Glilma
) V. D TVnpwt
i Jaa. Byroa
Dr. r. V. Hooret
-It. V. riahOT
citt or aoazacaa.
Major . c. Jfanaca
w. a. rrw
IU WarO. ,
ip y Bnr
IC. W. parka
F. w. Bs-a
rw. R. w tj
r. w. woofer
It. S. Wt
rro. Car -
T. W. IrfnA
T.'.e toatus-.n ( ooaci; of I be citj of KacetotS
m-.i. Uu- (,ri Non-iaj in each month at
o p. m.
Tbe CL-coU Coart lor Docj la CoosAa aecta
Uure Uav a jrtr aa fcio-i: Taii2 Un
daj ta -arch, the 4-.a Honda; la Junta, an tA
Ul Monday la eBter. J. w. Haauiaai
Bewir jo-ife. fxa. X. Brown, f Ummr.
prtrali:i j; a:bey.
totT t'rt taKM the iat erfne-day af -t
tiie Ul XiT ot Jasoary, Mann. Ma-. Jij,
mtM- ar4 .Sorc-m t-r, J, Lj'owv
Inauj. iwdse; M. It TonsHna of onx labor. r
-' -la. b: too. ol OLai'a. eoaisiMloaeTB.
rrocaUf t-.n u is ttawa eOBtU-ovaly, J
Profeaaloaal Cat r da.
Att'.rney and f-un.-elior at Law.
Minia,. Ij and Water Kight; m49
VjI. RCfeEBCG. OE FGOS
Q.EKXiE M. I5EOWS,
R oosuT and I
layl i At Wis Block- fiOSIBCRG.
JRA B. FaDDI,
Attorney at Law,
r.j.or A w -laoa h.i.
ROcRB CRS. ORXoON
P W. BENSON,
R-B I an-1 :
A-ttcmey and Counselor at Law
a. Marn Baag. D (im eaaaay. 0.
Attorney at Law,
Roce 1 A t. MarKcn B!d ROEXRCRS. OS.
fCaVBaaiBcst before lb. tJ. g. Laad OCea 4
Hi'ii.g caaea a ipccty.
Late Rgceiver C. 8. Laad O-lr. ' ,
JA- trCHASAN. Notary PoMir,
Collections a Specialty.
Rev tew Baitdins,
lc.ip-te No. 4.
YEA BROWN, M. D.
OFFICE, 509 JackwD Street, at rea
idcoceof -Ira. J. Bitier.
rjK.KKO. E. HOUCK,
Physcian cc Surgeoa.
Office Pvt Office B.d.
rhone. Main SI.
DOcEBCRU DIVISION SO CS, B. OF U R.
lv Bceta every antd and loarth Sanday.
W'OMES S RKJJEF CORPS Xa W, MEETS
Ant and Uiird Friday ta ark -toaUk.
T3 EN'O FOST, SO. 1 Q. A. R., MEETS TBI
lx firat and tturd Tbundara of each araatts
at t p. ni.
A LP HA LOIK.. SO. T, K. OF MEET
erery w.enrlT eTeniua at Odd Feiioaa
Ha. I. VUiilivi; KptKau Iu cud laaduaf
ltaily iartted In aiursd.
LAl'KrL l.i! a. A. K. A A. VI , REtirLAR
meeunxa the M and lUk WcdDeadaya la
i h tuouib.
i I (. E.U PAKK01T W. U.
S.T. JkWkTT, H v.
D WKBT R.i I'll A tTKR. SO. V Ok E. S.. MEETS
l the litM and thiol Thrvlr of earn.
I.IB81K iXiSUOW, W M,
M At I KA.-T,
J(ltliN WcwiDMESOV AMKRICA. MEET
'k wi tir-i au.l ihi-.l luiiu. pt each munlR
in (lie utd Maw.iiie ha I.
II. W. MiLLkK, V. C.
II. l M IK.-, t leik.
IMDMK F TiiK WORLD. Oak Catna
Ne. i.- t.rt'.. at !r CKld Fellow V Hail
.n H.elurj every Ut. :irl ud Ma Moatlay
tYcuiDg. Viti.ttn; ue:niibi.ri. aiwava wekvBHa
O P. iWaow. C.C
pHILKTAKIAN LOtXiE. SO. , 1. O. O. F.'
1 m.H-w .".uiiir.)v evrnint! ot each area- al
lhtir lil! In 11.1.1 tr..M..w l-...-i - U.K.im
Meiobenml the ordei lu evl juudina aralnrtt.
I .1 In .ll.m.1 U I U.LVi. M 1 1
. T. Jaa an, 6eo'y.
1. S, VT.
P.O. ELKS. KOSKBl'KU LOIHJE, SO.!-.
hoM ilieir nxtilar evuimuukaitoua al Ike
I O. O. I . hail on wevuid ami iuurtu lhuraday
i( each ttiOBlu. All mouibera reuiieatvd lo a-
i te.nl n-wuUrly. aud all visiting brottiera eor
1 ! ,1i!lv invited toattell.l.
CHAS. L. UAULEV, E. R
j IKA B. Klll)LK. Sx-retary.
i ROCRWI. Ow
! neb niouui at7:A)p. m. at Odd Fellowa Ball
Member ol the order iu good ktandb-a are in.
T(li tn attend.
j - n. s. West.