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ROSEBURG, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1899.
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DREYFLS FOUND GUILTY
Sentenced to Ten Years Impris
onment. PRESlDtNT Will PARDON HIM
Is Generally Predicted The Term of
Solitary Confinement Already
Served Will Count as
Kinnsa, Sapt. y. Tue expected baa
happened. Dreyfus baa been con
detuned. The court found bin guilty
and sentenced bint to 10 years' deten
tion. As babas already Buffered five
.gears' solitary imprisonment, which
. cooota as double ordinary detention, be
wii be released at Ibe end of a fortnight.
In ibe tusanUme, unless toe president
ol lbs ref-Jjc pardons bim, Drejfoa
will h$d bv degraded bere again
within eight days.
Though am;M.ky of tboee iu tbs
coortroom tbis afternoon fully expected
Ibe verdict, tbey were completely slupe
fied when it was given, and ibe alienee
which prevailed in tbe room and tue
way men tnrncd pale and caught their
breath was more impressive Iban any
other maniielation could have been.
Maitre Deiuange sank back in bis
chair and the tears trickled down bis
as, and Maitre Labori turned white
M a abeet, w bile all around the court
BDcn looked at each other in silence.
Tbe only sound to be betrd waa the
rattling of paper from the reporters'
bench, as each press representative tried
to be first t o send tbe news.
As tbe audience left Hie courtroom,
fully 10 or 15 men were crying openly,
and tbe majority of those present walked
quietly down the street for more than a
block without speaking a word. It wte
like a funeral procession. .
Meanwhile, a tragedy was being en
acted in tbe little room off tbe courtroom
where Dreyfus listened to tbe reading of
tbe verdict, lie bad been told tbe re
suit by bis lawyers, and bad wept bitter
ly, bat when in tbe presence of the offi
cials of the court-martial, be listened im
passively to the sentence.
Ilia vile, who waa waiting in torture
aud anspense at her bouse, bore the
news bravely, and when visiting ber
boeband tbis afternoon showed the on
lookers who were on tbe streets no signs
of ber Buffering aa she walked from ber
carriage to the prison. -
llatbien LYeyfus was not present in
wart tbis afternoon, but visited bis
"brother after tbe verdict bad been ren
dered. He found bim perfectly calm
and without any manifestation of sur
prise at tbe finding of tbe court. Tbe
prisoner simply shrugged his shoulder,
ottering an expressive "Bah '." adding,
aa be embraced bia brother, aa the latter
waa preparing to leave, "Console my
Tbe general belief is that Dreyfus will
be pardoned; but this will not satisfy
bis friends, who vehemently declare
that tbey wDl refuse to accept the
verdict, and will continue -the battle
sntS the judgement is reveled. The
verdict, tbey say, is directed more against
(be Jews the Dreyfos, snd if al
io 4 ed lo stand will make their existence
in V ranee impossible.''
Maitre Labori and Maitre Demang
took tbe midnight train for Paris. They
drove to tbe station in a closed carriage,
escorted by foar mounted gendarmes.
Tbe .rend was practically deserted, and
so demonstration occurred en route or at
the station. Maitre Demange and Mait
re Labori will tomorrow sign an applica
tion far v. revision of tbe case although
there is no hope that the verdict
will be reversed.
Both are much upset, though it can
hardly be said that tbey are surprised.
Excitement in Rome.
Lojrsos. Sept. 10. A special dispatch
from Borne eaya the sentence pronounced
ft4inet Dreyfus baa produced enormous
excitement there, and thousands of tele
grams of sympathy have been sent to
Dreyfos and to M. Demange and M. La
bori. According to tbe same dispatch
tbe pope last evening sent a long tele
gram to President Loubet.
Esterhazy and Henry the Traitors.
Lonoon, Sept. 10. A special dispatch
from Berlin says :
"It is now permitted to be known that
tbe war office holds documents concln
eiyely proving that Esterhazy and Iienry
betrayed their trusts, and only the per-
mission of Emperor William is awaited
lor tbe publication of documents show
ing tbe sentence of Dreyfus to be a bru
tal act of injustice."
Wanted: 50 men for lumber yard,
skis' road, logging and saw mill work,
Wages $1.50, L75 and 2.00 per day,
Steady, employment. Apply to Tbe
Booth-Kelly Lumber Co., Haginaw, Ore
Make Good Endings
" You ate making a good beginning 'when
you commence to Uke Hood's SarsaparSla
for Any trouble of your blood, stomach,
kidneys or liver. Persistently taken, this
great medicine twZT bring you the good end
pcjff of perfect health, strength and vigor.
itAHiLA is a surprise. MILES AND MERRITT THE reE"'"M "ST-
Th Ansarleaa Coaaal 9wa "tailors
Are Sat Prwpared ' for (lev
Beta 1 7 f the Cltjr.
Manila is a surprise 1o most Ameri
can, when they come here and find
many well-nvrd streets, larg?, com
mercial hont.es. beautiful drives, mag
nificent residences. and evidences, of
thrift ever where. It is true that dirt
and filth eVist to a lamentable extent,
but even tlios-e roiuiitimis are iH-itii'im.
proveO. Jim! what tien. Butler !id for
New Orleans tien. Otis is gradually ac-
rcMlihinjr for Manila. It has never
brrn the custom to use the first story
of t be residences, or even the commer
cial nouses, fora plncrof litiug-or busi
ness, trie iirst floor is a sort of cellar.
which is usually used for the stable
and storerooms. This is true even in
the lt st bouses. The dampness of the
climate and the thieving- ami incen
diary lrotensities of the native Kui..
made this su Ic of architecture a neces
sity. The windows c-f the houses are
barred with preat ciiprlike iron struc
tures that swell out over the strert.
orf a is usually surrounded bv a
high, iron picket fence, or a stone wall
ftiHidf! with broken bottle-rla.is im-
bekVd in mortar.
The native is in evidence everywhere.
lie is vmir servant, your day laborer,
your blacksmith, carpenter, farmer.
stonecutter, cook. and. in fact, repre
sents to the Philippines what the coolie
elnsr to t'hina. the negro to the
moth; only, as ivu study his character
snd take note of his works in artistic,
intellectual, commercial ai;d musical
lines vim are compelled to admit that
possibilities exist in his make-up that
do nrt i other native raves. It i? con
tinually ?ii'!ie-l into your car that he
is lar.r. but not hop l'esslr. This is a
climate of Hrv conditions. The Krnr.
ishmtsn who has liecome acclimated
niAer thinks of rai.-irg his hand. except.
for tiffin ami a whisky at soda, from
12 until 3 o'clock, lie never walks a
step ouuidc of his office during busi
ness hours or after. His carriatre is al-
waja at his door.and. if not. the streets
are lined with two-wheeled gig. ca!W
calis. that stand ready to bumn tod
over the pavements and drag yon diag
onally back and forth acros street
car tracks for 30 cents (Mexican) an
hour. The American is about tbe only-
one r no walks in Manila, and he is
rapidly learning better. Whi'e the
sun i in evidence it is a foolish order
taking to brave its rays. Indoors, with
or without a punka, the heat is rot op
pressive at this Mason. The natives,
however, do not notice this condition.
They work, heads bared, all day in
the street and rice fields, indifferent
to the burning sun. Its only effect
upon them is to make them move slow
ly and to moderate their activity. EcV
win Wildauan, in Leslie's Weekly.
W0MA1T EARNS HER WAGES.
Am Iadlaaa Law Caart Decide m Case
tat Faver af Ovtrwttkci
An interesting law case has just been
settled in the appellate court of Indiana
which involves the wages received by
a woman from her husband for clerking
in. his shoe store. The court decided
against the trust company.
The wife worked for $7.50 a week and
saved her money, which was invested
in building association stock. When
the amount has reached f 1.600. busi
ness fell off. and the husband wasforced
to borrow from his wife till all her
savings were gone, when he made an
assignment. He also owed her a year'
wage, and ber claim against the as
signee for $2.37 was resisted on the
ground that a husband could not make
a valid contract to pay his wife for her
services. The lower court took this
view of the ease, but when it reached
the appellate court the finding of the
circuit court was reversed, the judge
filing this reason for his action:
"It must be conceded that if the con
tract between appellant and her hus
band related to services; performed by
her in the discharge of her household
duties, and the duties incumbent upon
her to perform by reason of her mar
ital relations then there would be no
consideration- to support the contract.
"Tbe law imposes spon her the dis
charge of such duties, and a contract
between them, whereby he was to psy
her for tueh sen icesv could not be up
held, as it would be against public pol
icy. . . . Where s married woman pcr
forma labor for her husband or family
in the discharge of her household or
marital duties such labor must be per
formed without, financial compensation
from the husband, for the reciprocal
relations that exist betw een them. Hut
the labor performed by appellant was
not of that character.
"She wa under no obligation to
leave her iome and it surroundings
and spend years- of her life in a store
clerking for her husband, yet she did
this, under a contractu hat she was
to be paid lor it. The consideration
was- sufficient to support the contract.
. . . The money which was paid to ap
pellant under a contract with her hus
band, and which was reduced to
possession, and which she loaned to
him, is such sn obligation, based upon
sound, equitable reasons, that it will
to eulorcsd. The judgment is re
versed." Chicago Chronicle,
Sea Water for Street Sprlakllns.
The Merchants' association of San
Francisco, says the Popular Science
Monthly, Las been trying; the experi
ment of sprinkling a street with sea
w ater, and finds that such water binds
the dirt together between, the paving'
stones, so that when ft is dry no loose
dust is formed to be raised by the wind ;
that Bea. water does not dry so quickly
as fresh water, so that it has been
claimed when salt water has been used
that one load of it is equal to three
loads of fresh water. The salt water
which is deposited on the street ab
sorbs moisture from the air during the
uight. whereby the street is thoroughly
moist during the early morning and
has tbe appearance of being freshly
A Ltplut Drink.
Smoked snow water is a favorite
drink in Lapland.
metropolitan character of Baker
City is demonstrated in tbe fact that a
citizen there has ordered an automobile,
tbe first in Intern Oregon. Many who
Are Slated tor Service
OTIS WILL RMIN AT MANILA
Positive Statement Sent to New York
That Oeneral Merritt Will (Jo,
and nile5 Desires the As
New York, Sept. S. A special to the
Journal and Adyei User from Washing
Alter 4S hours of almost constant dis
cussion among tbe president, .Secretary
Koot, Professor iScborman, Senator Bev
eridge, General Miles and Adjutant
Osneral Corbin, it may be slated posi
tively tbst General Merritt will go to tbe
No statement is made ss to what posi
tion General Merritt is to sssume, but it
is probable tbe movement contemplates
tbe division of Otis' present duties into
two departments, Merritt to have charge
of (be military end.
Chicago, .Sept. 8. A special to the
Kecord from Washington says: Nel-too
A. Miles, general commanding tbe army,
will go ta tbe Philippines to direct the
military operations duriog the approach
iog campaign. Tbis statement while not
authorized by any announcement from
tbe preeid. nt or tbe recretary of war, is
made upon tbe authority of oue of the
officers of tbe department.
There is no doubt that General Miles;
desires tbs assignment, and unless the
unexpected hsppens between now and
the middle of October be will start for
Saw Yokk, Kept, $. A special to ibe
Herald fromVYaahiogton rays:
When Admiral Dewey is formally de
tached from sea duty, immediately after
tbe return of tbe Olympia this month,
he will be graded an indefinite leave of
absence and only assigned tc duty sgain
upon bis own application.
If tbe admiral holds to bis reported
determination to retire, be will be placed
on tbe retired list ou December 26, when
be will be GS years of sge. There will
be no change in the' admiral's pay upon
Made Horizontal Reduction.
The board cf equalization for Duuclas
county completed its work sod ad!
journcd Sep!. 2. Comparatively few
changes were made jo tbe roll as re
turned by tbe assessor. The matter of
tbe assessment of real estate in general
was Ibe most important matter dis
cussed. It appears that real property in
Douglas county has been listed higher
than in many other counties, and there
fore we Lave been paying an undue pro
portion of state taxes. Alter tbe matter
bad boen thoroughly considered, tbe
board made substantially the following
It appearing to the board of equalization
that tbe tillable and nonli liable lands, as
classified on tbe assetsment roll, being all
Ibe real estate in said roonly, other Iban
depot grounds and town lots, should be
reduced in valuation 20 per cent in order
to equalize t,ie assessment, as compered
with other counties of tbs state; there
fore, it is ordered that the sBeeesed val
union of said lands, exclusive ol tbe im
provements thereon, snd exclusive cf
town lots snd tbe improvetneuts thereon
will be accordingly reduced 20 per cent
The O. & C. railroad bed, exclusive of
depot grounds snd improvements there
on, is to participste in this reduction of
'20 per cent, as above specified.
The stesuver Harrison came in Wed
nesday with supplies lor tbe Elmore
The new cauuety has commenced
operations, aud is doing very good busi
ness for so early in tbe season.
Tbs schooner Iva was towed to ees,
Satnrdsy, the 2nd. Tbe schooner Lacy
will be loaded ready for sea, by tbe 7th.
Our public school commenced Monday,
Sept. 5th., under the instruction cf Mies
es lloee l'arrot and A J die btewart, ol
Tbe tug boat Hunter has been called
to Coos Bay, to take tbe place of tbe Col
ombia, while she is undergoing repairs
of ber late accident on Coos Bay bar.
Business about town is very good.
Two csnneries, saw mill, logging camps
snd various other industries furnish em
ployment to all who are disposed lo
Mr. Freemout, from Lake Precinct,
was calling on old friends about town,
Monday of tbis week. He is selling out
bis property on the Lake with a view of
changing his occupation.
W. P. Kced'e new steamer Umpqua,
which Las been recently changed from
gasoline to a steamboat, makes a fine
appearance in her new costume. She
was inspected by tbe slate board of in
spectors, tbe 4tb., and pronounced an
. J. & J.
Albsny Democrat : One of tbe circus
men said that tbe circus bad difficult
work keeping enough men to do their
work, 0D-account of the great number
who quit in order to accept jobs hi the
different towns in tbe Northwest and in
the country. Not a bad sign. Tbe life
j of rou,ubout ia , cirC0B i j,
Awarded at the Recent Roseburg
DIVISION A. HorsiS.
CLASS II. STANDARD 11KKI) TROTTIM..
Mare, lour years sod over, John ltbo
CLASS VIM. ( RADED IJKAKT.
Brood mere aud colt, Setb Dixon, first.
Msre, three years old, Alex Conn,
Team, heavy draft horses, Cbaa. An
CLASS IX. KOADS1I11H.
Stulliun, uyor three years, S. Yau
Mare, Ibreeyears and over, John Kho
Mate, three years aud over, John
tlASS X. 1AHM TtAMS.
Pair of carriage or buggy horses, P. D.
Pair ol carriage or bugity horses, John
DIVISION B. Cattle.
I LASS 1., SHOKIllOHNS.
Cow, iu milk or in ulf, P. D. Betkley,
Cow, in tmlk or iu calf, VV. A. Pearce,
Calves, uuder oue year, Selli Dixoo,
Bull calf, uuder oue year, P. B. Deck
Herd of five. P. B. Lev k ley, first.
CLASS II, HKBfctOBUS.
Bull, under tao tear, Jar. Dixon,
Cot, in milk or iu calf. Jae. Diion,
CLASS II, JEKSKVS.
Heifer, uuder twoyeais, E. K. Hauao,
Cow, in mdk or iu calf, Ja. 11. SlioiU
Bull, over two yeais, Gaddis Bros.,
Cow, iu uiiik ir iu calf, Gaddis Bros.,
Boll calf, uuder oue year, Gaddis
Calves, under oue year, Gaddis Bros.,
Calve, unJer one ear, tiaJJie Bros ,
Heifer, inder two yean, Ga-idis Dror.,
Herd of five with bull, Gaddm Brue.,'
CLASS 1, IVLLkO AM-l S,
Bull, two years aud over, W. A.
Cow, io milk or iu calf, .Setb Dixon,
CLASS A, HKl) roLLKU.
Cow, of sny breed, James Dixon, first.
Cow, of any breed, Gaddis Bros., sec
ond. Bull, of any breed, Gaddis Bros., sec
ond, DIVISION C, sheep.
CLASh VI, CVTstVOLD.
Kaui , over two yeais, Jaa. Kicbards,
Ewe, over twoyesrs, Jas. Kahard,
Uwe, uuder tao years, Jas. Kichard,
Pair ewe lambs, James Kichard. first,
CLAM IX, SHKOrfUIKK.
Kain, over two yeais, Otis Cono, tec
Ue, over two year. Otis Coon, first.
Pair of ram lambs, Otis Conn, second.
Pair of ;ram lambs, W. A . Pearce,
Ewe, over two yearn, W. A. Peane,
Pair ewe lambs, W. A. Pearce, tirst.
Ham, over two years, W. A. Pearce,
ILAsb X, OEAlitD.
Pair ewe lambs, U.S. Conu, second.
class xi, Dorset Horns.
Exhibit of 1- sheep, Jas. Kicbards,
Kam aud four lambs, II. S. Conn, di
ploma. CLAS mi, gol.
Buck, two years, Aiken & Thornton,
Ewe, one year, Aiken .V Thornton,
Single ewe, Aiken & Thornton, diplo
ma. DIVISION D. Sa IhO aud poultry.
CLASS II. I'OLAM) CHINA OH MAUL.
Brood sow, tao years, Alva ;Djw-1I.
Sow, under one year, Alva Dowell,
class v. Cbitkens
Trio Plymouth Kock, Bird, Alex.
Trio Plymouth Kock, Bard, P. M.
Trio game bantams, Von Casey, sec
Trio game baulame, Edwin Thornton,
Trio Black Minoicas, Jae. 11. Short,
Trio Japanese bahtsuis, ou Casey,
Trio rose-coiubed black bautams, Von
Trio roee-coiubed white bantams, Von
Trio Lanrobaus, black, IV M. Mat
CLASS VI, TlKKtiS.
Pair white turkeys, James 11. Short,
Pair bronze turkeys. Abbie Psrrolt,
CLASS VII, UlcEB ANU GKhSK.
Trio Pekin ducks, Abbie Parrott, first.
Trio Pekin ducks, Mrs. E. A. Uinaie,
Trio Toulouse tseese, Abbie 1'arrott
DIVISION E. Farm products.
CLASS I. GBAINS.
Sample, winter barley, H. S. Conn
i New Store I
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
Low Prices !
g4 AgaMaaawa.aawaaawa S at Saw a B Bl aaW al
"w"vtwfwfttWtf tlf Iff f If
There is a Quality
about our Drugs
Which secures perniauent patronage. Weai
buv in small miantities. and huv freniipntiv.
, , j i j i
therefore we always have a Fresh Stock of
Full Standard Strength Drugs.
Our aim is for Quality, and we hit the mark
The merits of our prescription Department
have built up a large trade in this line.
! A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
J I Prescriptions com-
X I pounde.1 Day and Nigbl.G
his is the
C. W. PARKS
Speaking of High
While we have Imperials at $35 and $o0 our $35 wheel isjost as
iiK.it r.nAi e 68 cur $50 cte. tbe difference being simply in tbe finish
Tbe above mentioned wheels sre juet as high grade as any wheel
in the market and NONE is superior in material or mechanism.
Th e oldest wheels now in use in tbe city are Imperials. These
wheels havebeeo ia constant ose since 18'J2
,,T. K. RICHARDSON.
I Staple and Fancy Groceries.
l We have a complete line of ""V
I FRESH GROCERIES,
! TABLE DELICACIES,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
S FRESH AND TROPICAL FRUITS,
jf VEGETABLES, ETC.,
Which will please you in both quality and
h Price. Give us a Call.
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK.
Any Job Workdone at
R easonable p-
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A full and complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
and sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
Wc carry the largest slock ol to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers. 1
UnaertaBP edq tiriDaimer. $
T- VffMft T
A Complete line of
now on hand.
Ladies Dress Goods, Kilboo-, Trim
mings, Laces, Etc., Etc.,
Also s line line of
of the best quality and latest style.
Staple and Fancy
Wood, Willow, aud Glassware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also on
hand and at prices lo suit the
Aa ap-to-date line of
H. G. STANTON.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co.
tltriM tomi Ukt. ForthtaS Smily.
7 uor.a. L. . PorUa4 - Ar.
4 V r. u. 1 Lt. . RoKbart - Lv.
7'4 A. . i Ar. - Sao FrancKr Lt.
5.00 P. M. Ar. Officii Ax. I
6:0 P. M. I Ar. Denrar Lt.
40 A.M. j Ar. Omaba Ar.
Si P.M. ( Ar. Chicago Lt.
7 00A.M. I Ar. Lua Angeln
:!." P. M. ! Ar, El Paao Ar.
I HP. M. I A r. Fort Worth Ar.
7:A, ii. Ar. Sew Orlaaot Ar
OiBlnar Car Obnatla Car.
Polliuaa Aral :clas and tourist can attached
to all traiUa.
Hoacfcary; MmU Daily.
I 738 .
C'onrallU Mail IM1I7 (Except Sunday).
7 a. u.
It tot. a.
4 SO r.
At Albany aadCarraUa enoaect vita tralaa
ot Corraili a aiera railroad.
Indrpcodenca raucnger Daily ( xcept nDdaj)
$ r. a.
Idttt iv If nee
.S4 a. .
.KOKHLKB, C 11. MARK HAM,
Manacer. U. P. a Paaa. Aget L
Dln.-rt connrction at faa FnuK-taro with
Mt-amtbip line hvt Ha.aii. Japan, Cbiua, Tbe
PbiUippiuM aad Autlralia.
F.r throuch lirkeu and rate Call n ir ad
dreai U B. MtXR Azcn! vr V. C. LONDON,
Sveak Line l U VV-M"
Tlie Favorite Transcontutsntal Koals
Between tbe Northwest and all
Choice ol Two Routes
Tbrougli tbe Fa moos
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Koutes East
ol Pueblo and Dearer.
All Passengers granted a day slop-over
in U3e Mormon Capital or anywhere be
tween Oeden and Denrer. Fsrsouallv
conducted Tourist Eicoraions ttiree days
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
Fur Tickets and any informal ion Re
garding Katee, Houtes, etc., or lur !
svriptire Advertising Matter, call on
.irenU:ol Oregon Kail way & angatwo
Co., Oregon Short Line or Southern
S. K. HOOPER,
General Pass. A Ticket Agent,
51 Wash. t. Portland Or
Koseburg P. O. Hours.
Week days. 0 :30 a. ru. to 8 p. m . ijun
days and holidays, 0:30 to 9:00 a. m.
and 5 :30 to 7 :30 p. in.
Roseburg to Marsbfield lVsatt8 ev
ery day at Ii a. m.; arrives every morn
ing. Roseburg to Myrtle Point. Departs
every day at 6 a. ui ; arrives every
Roseburg to Millwood Departs ejery
day except Sundays at 7 a. ui.; arrives
erery day except Sundays at 4:13 p. ui.
Roseburg to Feel Departs "daily, (ei
cept Sunday) at 7 a. in ; ariives daily,
(evcept Sunday) at 3 p. m.
Roseburg to l.urley Deparia Tue-
days and rrklays at 1 p. ai.;atnvrs
Tuesdays aud Fiidays at 11:30 . m.
If you sutler front lemlf rness or full
ness on the right side, pains under
shoulder blade, constipation, biliousness,
sick headache aud feel dull, heavy aud
sleepy yonr liver is torpid and congested.
DeWilt's Little Larly Kisers will core
yon promptly, pleasantly aud
1 10 P. at.
. IS P. M.
B 50 A. M.
I N P. M.
9 J5 P. M.
J 3S P. M.
:40 A. M.
8:40 P. H.
removing the COPgStion and'chBionthsiI:p. at. at Odd Folloaa ball
tbe bile ducts to open and flow
C.H.Bcnaton. jjov-pk mmoa
iTh. a. Toagua
Secretary of Hlate-
F. J. Duahar
Hupt. Pub. loMrocUoo-
. C 8. Moor.
W. H. LeeM
U.K. V. Black bars
T. A. Moor
tSCOKD iVDICIAX WTTBaCT.
J. W. Hamilloa
t0. M. Brown
. .Henry Baotb
J. T. BrtdgT.
u. a Lava orrica,
RecelTer ,..,, , ., ... , .
. a. witTHzt auauo.
. W. Bed
!. W. W9nac9tt
W. W. WUasn
J. W. Cm,
Tlerk I. P. GJwy
4heriST.. R L. Btenbeaa
rreamrer ti. W. Mraatiek
b. . uuieu.
Jw. B. V. 8at
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cm or aoeaaraa.
A. C- Marater
W. A. graler
IF P Braaa
IV. w. Parka
I F. W. Bena
IB. v. nocaai
. .& Wtat
J. lt. fiillard
citt coiatik auTtjiQ.
Tire- CuaBMn ( ounrtl of tbe city ol aVaebarz
meet the brat Monday ia each aarata at
o'clock p. m.
The Circuit Court ior Dooalaa CawaSr airatr
three tinea a yea aa follows: Taa Id Maw
day ia March, tbe 4ia Moaday la Jaa. and lb -lt
Monday la Uevenbcr. J. W. Kamtltaaaf
Voaebarf jtirtfe. Ue. M. Browa.f Aowbars.
IVMntT Court aeeu the Ut Wedaraiar a" t
the lt Monday ol Jaaaary. March. May, J.lr.
September and or em ber. Jim. Lyoa. ml
Orais, jndf; M. O. Tbatnaaoa f Seotwaaiw
and Jaa. B roa, ol Olalla. rn iiilna.n
. Probata Vmut ia ia aeaMoa coairaaao.1T. Je
Lyons, luda. -
QJMMODORE S. JACKSOX,
Attrnc-y aifl Ojnnac-lW at Li
Mining Law awl Water Rights uaJe
Maraten Bid. SueiBCKfj, URF.G05
Q.EKOGE M. BROWS,
Tayl-w a WUaoa Block.
RA B. BISDLZ,
Attorney at Law,
fsyiora wusva Blk.
K on. I ami 2
BO&BJJl EG. OBIGOU
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
I. ia Marater BaUdiac Dalaa caaamy. Or.
Attorney at Law,
Rooaul At. Mamera Bld, ROeBBURS. O
a?BBasinai before th C. 8. Land 04Be a4
auauig caaca a ipecisity.
Lata RecaiTex U. g. Land OSlea.
JA rrCHANAN, Notary rublir.
Collections a Specialty.
Telephone Ko. 4.
JIRA BROWW, at, D.
OFFICE, 50J J. ksoa 8'roet, at res
Idcace ot Mrs. J. Bluer.
jQR.tlEO. E. HOrCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
Office Poet OBice B'.d.
I'bone, Main Jl.
ROtKBCRil DIVISION NO r.. B. OF U U
eats every second and fearta aaday. -
tirOMKK'S RaXIEP CORPS
Sa KV. MRBTS
' Brat sad third Fridays in
la car ssoata.
T3 EKO POST, NO., 6. A. B,, MITTS TUB
iN- first aud third Tboradara ot each awaxh.
at t n. m.
ALPHA LODGE. NO. 47, C OP P.. MRBTS
Terr WedneailsT arewina t 0M BMlwwa
Hall. VUitlnr Entrhta
la good standing cat-
lislly iBTiled to attend.
LAUREL LOlXiK, A. F. a A. M.. RXGTJLAB
niecunr Uta id and ith Wtdnesdays la
each month. -Fl
GLN;U PARROTT W. M.
N.T. JrwkTr. .Secy.
p O8BB0 RG CH A PTTR. KO. 8. O. B. B..M RBTS
IX Hi Iirt aud third ThnrsdaT ot sch
LIBBIB t'OSMOW, W M.
MAIDK KAeT, Sec y.
MOUtKX WOODMKN OK AM K RICA. Mr' IT
nil tirt sml lhi.il Tii.a.v nf a-li lunnlk
in l lie old Mssvuiv hsI.
: II. L. M."TE!, Clerk. -
MibUca, V. C.
tt'OODMBS OF Till, VORLl.
Oak Cam a
' N. lis lm-vto Hi the Odd felVjwV
in Kxsebunr. eery lt, ;:rxl aud jth Moadap
cxening. Vuiuug uciglilvi alwa.vn wchruai
o. r.twNDT, c.c
pllILKTAKUN LOtHiK, NO. S, I. O. O. P.
mreu Ssiur.lv errtting of est b vek a
their hall iu Odd Fellow Temple at Rose bunt.
Menlrrol the nnlcr In rod standlac aretnTiv
cd to attcud. B, V. 61 HONG, N. Q
N. T. Jkwktt, Sea';.
l I". . KLKS. KttKBl KG LOlMiB. NO. S.f.
. holil ihoir n-Kiilsr eommiiuti-stion. at tb
I t. O. F. ball mi hOxHHt and hmrth Thursday
l each moulh. All roeinbera requestvl to at
tend rcaulsrly, aud sit viMiing brother enr
Jislly inriled to attend.
IHAi L. U4lLKY. B. R
IRA B. R1UULE, SccrvUry.
I DOSKBVRU 1-OlHiE.
NO. !. A. O. t V.
.ud lourth Mondara ol
Cv mctti the serona aud
rited to attend.
(Continued on Second pane.)
- - - ablo of , jojj.g iiIe in character
greatly im pressed.
naturnllv. tiiiy ark coon pili s.
A.C, MARSTKRS ACO,
V 8. West.