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ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1899.
THE JUDGES RELENT
Ask That Dreyfus Sutter no New
WILL KIRT THE EXPOSITION.
Organized Hovement Throughout the
World to Boycott the French
KwK.MK. Sept. ll. Tbe judges of the
Dreyfus court-martial today, by a ma
taal agreement, czpreesed to the presi
dent of the TCpoblJc," through General
Lacaa, the commander of the army corps
at Keansv, tbeir sincere deal re that
Dreyfus would not be submitted to a
Madame Dreyfaa visited ter husband
in the prison this afternoon, bat not the
slightest interest was shown in the meet
ing by the populace. She found him as
calm as yesterday. The prison er
smoked his pipa today for the first time
in many days, which indicated that he
vai in better spirits than could be ex
pected. NAY MOT l ABTKirATS IN tlrOHriOS.
WihUiscros, Sept 11. It is believed
that when congress assembles there will
bs considerable agitation of a proposition
for this government to abandon it par
ticipation in the Paris exposition. It is
known ib.it expressions hostile to the
exposition, -quoted from.Senator Stewart,
are very wileiy srmpathixsd in, and it is
thought that if the conviction of Dreyfus
is permitted to stand there will be very
little friendly feeling for France among
members of either the hones or sen
ate. Socb a move, however, would be a
grave ne. It is pointed out to with
draw from participation in the exposi
tion would be regarded as an official in
sult to Franca.
Ivo forthv legislation on the part of
congress is needed to carry out the plans
of this country for the exposition.
About 1 ,200,000 heabeen appropriated
far the expenses of the commission and
the government exhibit. The commis
sion has been appointed, and the space
desired for exhibit haa been secured.
There are only two ways in which con
gress oold interfere. One would be to
revoke such part of the appropriation as
has not been already expended in the ex
penses of the commission, and the other
would be to pats a resolution declaring
that, oa account of the unsettled condi
tions, the valuable government exhibits
should not be sent to I'aris. To do eith
er of these things would be sufficient it
is believed, to break off all friendly rela
tions between the two countries.
BKPREbEKTATIVE LEVY'S KE-OLLTIOS.
Saw Yobk, Sept. 11. Representative
. Levy announced today that aa soon as
cocgress meets be will introduce a reso
lution in the house, withdrawing the
support of this government from the
Paris exposition on account of the Drey
agitation is ataMAv.
Ukkuk, Sspt. 11. It is rumored that
a committee, composed of leading manu
facturer! here, is being formed for the
purpose of preventing Germ a a participa
tion in the Paris exposition. The pri
vate agitation against the Paris expom-
taunts beginning to find vigorous ex
UJfOOS riilSS C0XME3T.
Loxixjs, SeyU 11. The afternoon
newspapers of this city today are unan
imous in their denunciation of the ver
dict in the court-martial ol Captain
Dreyfus, and they team with abuse of
the system "producing socb decisions."
Dr. K. D. Griffith, of Kansas City,
hac jtust completed for the government,
an official test of the Mauser pistol in
uss by German cavalry and under con
sideration for adoption by the United
States. The test wss not made only
with targets, but with human cadavers
also, and Dr. Griffith says it proved at
ranges of fromjjd to 500 yards the Man
. aer pistol is tbs most effective and deadly
weagon of its kind ever invented. It is
practically as good in toe hands of
marksmen, as a Krag-Jorgenson, a Lee
or a Manser rifle. The pistol fires 10
shots without reloading, and can be
emptied with accuracy of aim in lees
than three seconds.. The cartridges are
30 caliber, aod are propelled by smoke
less pitru powder. The bullets weigh
85 grains each, end have a lead core sur
rounded by a nickel-plated copper jack
et. It is aaid to be probable that as a
result of Dr. Griffith's tests tbs govern
ment will adopt the Manser pistol.
Last year sugsr beets grown in the
Grand Konde valley were undersized but
this year they have gone to the other ex
treme, and suffer from overgrowth. Su
gar beets over four pounds in weight
are said not to be desirable.
A fruit-canning establishment with a
capacity for turning out 10,000 cans of
fruit in 4 hours is to be built in Eagle
valley, Baker county.
Make Much Work."
The liltle "spvks" of bid blood lurking
'11 the system should be quenched ttxtn
"flood" s Sj.rsdpjtruU, America's grtii blood
purifier. H purifies, vitalises and enriches
the blood of both sexes and all ages. Cures
scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, catarrh.
CORNELIUS VANDERBILT DEAD.
Illness Came Without Warning and
Death Soon Resulted. Qreat
Shock to His Friends.
Xkw Yobk, Sept. 12. Cornelius Van-
derbilt died at 5:15 this morning at his
home, Ftfty-eevenih street and Fifth
Mr, Vauderbilt arrived from Newport
with Mrs. Vanderbill at 9 o'clock last
night. He appeared in good health and
spirits aud retired soon afterwards.
About midnight he was seized with s
serious stroke of paralysis, the second
from which he haa suffered.
The household was aroused, and tele
grams wsre sent to Dr. James, Dr. Jate-
way ard several other physicians, who
arrived in a short time. Everything
possible was done for the patient, but
he grew rapidly worse and died at 5:15
o'clock, lie was semi-conscious until
When be died, his wife and his daugh
ter, Gladys, and his eon, Reginald, were
(Coroolios Vanderbilt was the eon of
William Henry Vanderbilt, aud the
grandson of Cornelius Vanderbilt. the
founder of the famous Vanderbilt for
tune. He was born November 27, 1W3.
and upon tbe death of his father became
chief manager of the fortune with his
brother, William Kisaaru Vanderbilt.
In )&7 be erected a fine building in
New York for the benefit of bis railroad
employes, tie has taken a prominent
place in summer life at Xswport, and bis
entertain ami ta bare been of a most
elaborate character. He had always a
kindly nod or word for his msuy friends
and acquaintances. He was a generous
contributor to local charily and gave
aur.ually a good turn in aid of the local
Y. M.C.A. Uia purse was ever open
to aid the sick and distressed in New
port, end on his departure in autumn
each year he left a considerable fund for
distribution among the poor during win
About 135,000 is said to be iu sight fcr
the Dawey Home fund.
A great deal will be ei pec ted of Geo.
Joe Wheeler, who hasjust succeeded to
the command of Gen. Fonston's brigade.
A document written by an aide to the
king of Portugal proposing the annexa
tion of Spain, has caused a sensation at
The Bed Cross K ciety at Madrid has
news from Manila that Aguinaldo has
promised to release all sick Spanish
While offering prayers and quoting
psalms. President Ki oger is ready at
any time to have tin Mausers join in
with a hymn.
The American colony in Yokohama
are allowing tbeir patriotism by feeding
and Lowering attentions on the troops
bund to and from Manila.
The Brazilian police have discovered
an association of anarchists who hsve
chosen members by lot to nse dynamite
on the Paris Exposition buildings.
A beggars' trust is reported in New
York. One man cootrols forty medi-
cants, feeds, clothes and cares for them
and bandies their daily collections.
Contractors workiugoutLe extension
of the Canadian Pacific railroad in Brit
ish Colombia have uncovered great
ledges of copper, gold and silver ores.
John A. Logan, son of . the late Gen.
John A. Logan, has been appointed by
the president a major ia the volunteer
army and assigned to the 33d infantry.
A child was lost in the Blue Ridge
mountains, and three months later its
dead body and that of the dog who was
with it were fonnd. Both bad starved
At the coming session ol congress Ha
waii will be represented by William O.
Smith, frtrmerly attorney general of this
country. He will be appointed by Presi
dent Dole. Mr. Smith will probably
represent the chamber of commerce al
It is understood that the United States
consul at Gibraltar will advance the
funda necessary to send to Cuba the
twenty Cubans who were released by
Spain from the penal colony at Ceuta,
and are now in a penniless condition at
A consignment of $1,000,000 worth of
Klondike gold for the United Stales as-
lay office at Seattle, arrived Sunday on
the steams Cleveland from St. Michael.
The consignors wre the Canadian Bank
of Commerce, 600,000 ; the Bank of Brit
ish North America, f 100,000. The
Cleveland bad 100 passengers from Daw
son and Cape Nome.
Near Nashville, Tenn., six Mormon
elders holding a meeting were attacked
by a mob of 200 men. Stones and eggs
were thrown. Every window in the
house was broken. The elders escaped
in different directions. A small girl
who was walking between two Mormons
to protect them was shot dead. Threats
of lynching tbs elders are being made
Riddle Prune Shipments.
A recent dispatch to the Oregonian
from Riddle said :
"T. N. Segar, of Eugene, and Lou
Chapman, of Canyonville, have en
gaged almost all the Italian . prunes of
this valley, which they will ship, green
to the. East. They have the two ware
houses rented, and each has a large force
packing. Tbe first shipment was mads
Saturday. Mr. Segar started two car
loads tofCincinnati, and Mr. Chapman
one to Montana. The price paid is 1
cent a pound delivered at the warehouse.
The grain iu South Douglas is about all
threshed and in tbe granary, There
was no damage to speak f.cn account of
THE TRUST CONf ERtNCt
LARGE CROWD IS PRESENT
Qreat Number of Delegates Yet To
Arrive. New Form of Industrial
CiiicAuo, Sept. 13 The Civic fudeia
tion conference on uses and abuses of
trusts and combinations, with represent
ative men for nearly every state in at
tendance, opened here today. Central
music ball was packed with 200 delegates
and hundreds of spectators.
The first taste of the real bueinefs
confronting the delegates came in papers
delivered by Prof. J. W. Jenkeand Prof.
Henry Carter Adams, both under
"problems before the conference."
Prof. Adams, of the University of
Michigan, said in part:
"Industrial combinations, whatever
their form, whatever their purpose,
whatever their explanation, are mailers
of public concern. It i said that we do
not know enough of this new form of
industrial organisation to judge properly
respecting it. If this be true and
if on this account trusts are to be allowed
probationary existence, it is the plain
duty of the government to hold them
meantime to strict account.
If trusts sre what they are claimed to
be, that is to say, vanguards of the new
industrial organisation which holds
within itself great industrial beuttiu,
the sooner the fact is recognized by the
public the better for all concerned. If,
on the other hand, there is danger in
extreme .application of this foi in of or
ganization, the government certainly
has the right to possess iteeli of all the
facts necessary for judicial opinion and
for effective legislation."
A resolution was adopted that a com
mittee to conduct the business of the
conference after today be made up ot
one representative of each s'a'.e delega
tion, and each delegation representing a
Dyea and Skagway Consolidated.
VicroKiA, B. C. Sept 11. The town of
Dyea is soon to be moved across Lynn
canal on scows to Skagway, to augment
the growing town at Ihe head of Lynn
The promoters Lave been working on
the novei scheme for some time. Mr.
Foreman, of San Francisco, who con
ceived the plan, has been wotkiog piiet-
ly at Dyea for some time, and has
secured 310 buildings, large and
A small army of men has been em
ployed for the work of transporting
these bouses to Skayway.
Weston ia considering a proposition to
light her streets and business bouses
with acetyline gas. Tbe Weston bank
offers to maintain a satisfactory plant it
HO per month shall be subscribed, on
tbe basis of tl per month per jet.
Friday night the Bine Front grocery
store in Athena was entered by burglars,
and goods, consisting of cutlery, gloves
and jewelry, amounting in value to 125
or $130, were taken. No clew has devel
oped aa to who tbe theives are.
The Booth-Kelly Company has pur
chased the J. C. Goodale saw mill prop
erty at Coburg, Lane county, for f 15,
000 and ia having the mill remodeled.
An electric light plant will be put in to
allow the mill to run night and day.
W. L. Hood, a Coos couuty sheep
raiser, tells the Myrtle Point Lnterpriee
that the grass on the rangeof the south
fork of tbs Coiiuille, owing to the rains,
is six inches high, while heretofore at
this season of tbe year stock have had to
feed oa dry grass.
Tbe first tax roll has been received in
tbe state department, showing the as
sessment of the property of Coos county,
ae complied by County Assessor John S.
Lawrence, and certified to by Clerk Ed.
Rackleff. A summary of the roll shows
tbe following statistics: Gross value
$2,805, 1SU, exemptions $250,015. Total
taxable property t2.059.171. N a ruber of
polls, 1,051. This is somewhat early for
tbe arrival of tax rolls, and those of
some of the counties will not arrive be
fore January 1, 1900.
Tbe same significant report comes
from all over the state. Here is one
from Stsyton: Nearly every day in
quiries are made in Stay ton for dwelling
houses to rent. There are nope. Every
thing tenantable is occupied. May ton is
full ot people and the place is running
over, so to speak. A lew rows of cot
(ages would be a splendid investment,
Bsveral families have been turned away
bscause no apartments could be secured.
It means that tho whole state is filling
up. We must get a rustle on aud build.
Major L, D. Forrest aud Attorney A.
C. Woodcock have just received anew
contract from tbe Boath-Kelly Lumber
Co., to furnish the Coburg saw mill
10,000,000 feet more of McKenzie logB.The
logs are to be furnished as follows:
6,000,000 in the spring of l'JOO and 4,000,'
000 feet in the fall of 1000. Tbeir old
contract called for 4,500,000 this fall.
They have already made one delivery on
the contract, and have a drive of 2,700,
000 feet at the mouth of Camp creek en
route to tbe mill. They have ordered a
portable engine and will use a cable in
the woods hereafter. This contract will
give employment to a Urge number of
mnn. Engnne Guard.
AN EXPANSION LOVEFEAST.
A Nebraska Populi&t Chaplain's Posi
tion on the Philippine Question.
Lincoln, Neb., "Sept. 10. Chaplain
Juuiea Maiiley, of the First Nebraska
regiment, who preached the eenuonat
the formal i inning of the stale Grand
Army rvuuiou this evening, turned the
exerciees into a neiniiua expansion late
least. Cbaplaiu Mailley ia a populist but his
sentiment was that there should be but
one opiuiou ou tin o,uei-tioii of expan
sion, jiud that tlij policy of the adminis
tration iu the Philippine in worthy of
undivided support He declared the
war in Luzjn a holy one, and that rath
er lhau tee a backward ttep taken Le
would return to ihe island j and
Oilier preaches shuu iu the same
strain, an J the soldiers' applauded the
L-XPRESS TRAIN ROBBED'
Safe ISIou n Open and Contents Taken
C'ooiiM , Ariz., Sept. 10. Express
traiu No. 10, cu the Southern Pacific,
was robbed near here !atl uigbt by four
masked men. who iduw tbn efe open
and took everythiug iu tight. The
amount ot th-ir U.uty is said to be
Tho Ir.iiu was ttopp u, ilie cuioe,
mail and ex p: ess e-i - wero cut off from
the net of the traiu and ruu a mile
farther up tiio road, where the bandits
etopeJ to complete their woik. The
express rueeetog-r w-s foic-d to open
his ca aud the rjbbers attacked the
eafe with dynuuile. The t-trorg u.x
was eoon llow u open and the co.-tlents
taken by the t:.ieve, who hastily de
parted. They were teen soiii; nor.h oa f.)ot,
and a pote Railed ou! on their trail.
The dynamite ueJ on tho tafe, blew out
the si te of the express car and tore u
There is no tin? to the identity of the
Mr. and Mis. W.
home today, alur
K. i;-.titz- u returutd
a luui; Hiuitnvr vaca-
Oilenda'.e it euj mri a 8?aoti of great
prosperity, aod uiocb improvement in
building is noted.
Miss Nora Muter, one of lKioglas
county's LeU leathers, is at tiler, dale,
the guest of Prof, and Mrs. Wiuchell.
W. J. Wallace of Arlington, Wolf
Creek, called on at, ou Monday, aud re
ports health and prosperity iu his sec
liou. C. 1'. Totteu, one of our piouiintnt
business men, tuade a bus. new trip to
Koeeburg, Its: week, an I wlu!e the.e
bought a fine carnage.
Mr. aud Mrs. Je&te Ceuiciiie, who
have spent teveial mouths at Seattle,
Wash., returned to i!i n idle lb s morn
ing and will teside at I' h p ace.
La Fayette Himey aud hit wife and
niece, were the u?s!e of Aodraw Rim
ey, their father, fjr three days, last
week. Tbeir home is at H rants Pass,
Mr. Montgomery, our new agent, aud
bis wife are now djnii.iiel in the resi
denes portion of our df pot, and we ex
tend them a cdrJhl welcome to Glen
dale. Miss Fannie IWbbs aud ML-s Alma
Hodges of Canronviile, spent Sunday
afternoon at lrcdule. 1 bey . were re
turning home from I.' laud, where they
had Wen visiting friend.".
Mrs. Jack Penny, who haa been visit
iog her mother, Mrs. Dewey, f jr some
time, returned to her homo at Portland
cu Monday. Mr. Penny was called
home some weeks , on aiotiut of his
Misi Nor.i Miser, Mr. F. L. Ldy,
Miss Geuevieve Roberta and Mr. aud
Mrs. Sluter will ult:nd the Soldiers re
union at Grants Pas next week, which
will uo doubt be au ciijoyabla aesein
P. F. Roberta, who has spent some
months at Foit Jones, Cal., came down
to attend to some husiuees, and is at
present suffering from an attack of ma
laria, will reluru to California as eoon as
he is better.
Miss Clara Reals, of Myrtle Creek,
who has spent the past seven months at
Glenellen, as the guest oi Mrs. C. P.
Totten, left on Fridav evening f or a viiit
at her home ou Sjuth Myrlld. She was
escorted to the train by a crowd of ad
miring fiieuds, who express the wish
that she may have a nice visit, and soon
return to Gleudale.
Jno. B. Paddock, representing tbe
Grants 1'aBS .Marble works, was taking
orders at this place on Tuesday. He is
a designer and worker in marble and has
been in the husiucss many years. He
is lately from New York and has loca
ted permanently at Granla Pas, and we
are sure that all work ordered from him
will te satisfactory.
Charles It. Stryker, a grandson of the
late Dr. I), h. btrykcr, of Portland, was
seriously if not fatally, injured, at the
Grccu Back quartz wine on Tom East
creek last (Saturday niht, by tho preuia
lure discharge of a blast. Dr. Moore, of
Grants Pass, is in attendance and every
thii'H possible is being dune for tho un
fortunate youog man.
Dr. end Mrs. J. L. Dewey, who have
epent eonie weeks at Gloudalo viBitiiig
relatives, left for their homo at I.ako
view Monday. Dr. Dewey did a large
amount of Dental n ork last w eek at tho
urgent request of a great many people
However, his large home practice de
ruauded his return, we are sjrry to say
He aud his accomplished wifo made
many friendn here who very much re
grot their preference for Lake instead of
Jionghn county. Moiwii.
iNew More I
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
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There is a Quality
aoout our Drugs
huy iu small quantities, and buy frequently,
therefore we always have a Fresh Stock of Z
Full Standard Strength Drugs.
Our aim is for Quality, and we hit the mark
The merits of our
have built up a
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.!
ni'rescriptions com- -'
S ipoonded Day anJ Xight.O
his is the
g oaccos iu
C. W. PARKS
Speaking of High Grade Wheels!
While we hove Imperials at Stio and 50 our $35 wheel iajust as
men r.ii.Ai C8cnr $C0 t ce. the difference beiDg simply in tbe finish
The above mentioned wheels are just as high grade as any wheel
id the market and NOME is superior ia material or mechanism.
Th e oldest wheels now ia ubo ia the city are Imperials. These
w heels havebeea ia coastBut nse since
,,T. K. RICHARDSON.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
We have a complete line of 'v
TOBACCO AND CIOARS,
Which will please you in both quality and
Price. Give us a Call
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK.
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permanent patronage. We
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large trade in this line.
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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 stoclr of
canned goods, including both fruits
and vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to-
& CO., Grocers.
AND TROPICAL FRUITS,
Undertaei1 und Embalmei,a
A Complete lino of
now oa band. .
Ladies Drees Goods, Hibbou, Trim
tilings, Laces, Etc., Etc.,
Also a fioo line of
of the best quality and Intent style.
Staple aud Fancy
WooJ, Willow, and CJlah6ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also oa
hand and at price to suit the
Aa up-to-date line of -
H. G. STANTON.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacillc Co.
Expna. tniaa lean Portland daily.
U rTi7i LrTT-JorUi5d I ArTl 9:l-a.w
." r.B. i Lt. - Roeebura - Lt. 1 HiC.T. m.
4 4. . I Ar - m Fraccitcn Lt. I -f T. n.
.IM I. M. I Ar. Oplea Ar. I
H. M. : Ar. Ixiivn l.v.
110 P. M.
6 P. M.
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S P. M.
13 P. M.
6 10 A.M. I Ar. Omalia Ar. I
Id F.N. Ar. tLca Lv.
nO A. M. I Ar. Ixn Ancvlt-i
h i". 1. M. Ar, El l'a Ar. !
l l V. l. 1 Ar. Fort Worth A r. j
T: iA, M. Xt. Sew Orleans Ar
Dlninx Cars ObMrratlOD Cr.
Pullman first .rla.M and tourist can attached
to all traul.
RawebairB- Halt Daily.
Ar. j 4 X r. u
Lt. 1 730 a. m
torvaiiU Uaii IWily (ticrpl cuaUaj).
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X jo r.u
tl SA. .
At llk.nw.nftrnM.tli, rmn.o with tmitM
el C'orvaUu A ficrn railroad.
I al-pendente Ia-eisvr Daily ( xcipt unUj)
- Portland -
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E. KOKHXEE. C IL MARKHAM.
Manager. U. W. A Paaa. Ager t.
Diru-t iMiinvrttoa at San Fran- aitb
v-amsliip hues f.r Hawaii, Japan, China. The
l'huhp!'lu and Au.iral a.
I-or throueti ti krta act rate c;l en nr ad-
d rvw L. B. MOCK- Agent or V. C. LONDON.
"Skeaic Uae of tbe World"
Tbe Fa write Transcontinental Route
Between the Northwest and all
Choice of Two Routea
Through the Fauioue
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Routes Eaat
of Tueblo and Denver.
All Pafeengera granted a day stop-over
in tbe Mormon Capital or anvwhere re
tween Ocden and Denver. Personally
conducted Touriet Excoraiona three dayt
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets and any Information Re
garding Rates, Routes, etc., or for l
scriptive AdYertteicK Matter, call on
.WentB.of Oreson Railway Ot avii;atiou
Co.. Oregon bhort Line or Southern
S. K. HOOPER,
tieneral.Pass. A Ticket Agent,
231 Wash. St. Toftland Or
Koseburg P. O. Hours.
Week days. 0 :M a. m. to S p. iu . Sun
days aud holidays, ti:30 to 0:00 a. ui
aud 5:30 to 7:30 ). ui.
Roeebura to Maruhtield Imparts ev
ery d.iy at 0 a. m. ; arrives every tuoru
Koseburg to Myrtle Point. Departs
every day al ti a. in ; arrives every
Koseburg to Millwood Departs eer
day except cundavs at ( a. ui.; arrives
every day except Suudays at 4:1." p. iu
Uoselmri; to Peel lVpaita !daily, (-s
cept Sun.lavat a. tu ; ariivj-s dailv
(evcept Sunday) at 3 p. m.
Roreburjt t i.iitley 4Vprig Tues
days and Fridto all p. ui.;ar:ives
TueBta8 and Fit.s at II :3.i a. m.
If von sutler from tenderness nr Itill
nees on the ribt side, p.ins under
sliouKler blade, cot.etipniivn. tiilioiipnes,
sick beaddclte aud feel I il ' , bcavy and
sleepy your hvr is torpid audcontsested.
DeWilt's Little Erly Kifer will cure
you promptly, pleant.ly and lerma-
neutly by removing the oi'g- stion aud
causing tbe bile ducts t open and tlow
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A? O, MAU.sTERS A CO.
. aTATi or oaaeoii
Secretary of hlate...
Hupt. Pub. Inalructlon.
Attorney Ottocral .
F. 1. lUiabar
H.H...C. B. Moova
J. U. Ackerraaa
W. H. Leeds
D.R. N. Black bora
F. A. Jloora
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ProaecnUng Atiorney..Ueo. M. Brow
0. a. iki omrm, aoaxacaa.
Kcceiver , , witi K,(h
Beg later 1. T. Brlic-e
v. a. WIATSCB scaaAD.
Obaenrer. , Taoa. Giaava
Senator , A. W. tt4
RoprcacnUUrea ?w. w. Vt Uaaa
1. W. Cann
. R U BtpbFaa
. O. W. Dlnaica
H. B. GUlefle
Joa. Ly aa
I M. D- Tnoasp-aa
Dr. K. V. Hoover
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citt or aoeucae.
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ft". B. wuila
D.e. W rat
.T. W. Duiart
citt tucacik maaruni.
Tbr CoBmoB Coaocil of tbe city of Roeeberx
m'tW the tint Hon-lay ia rarb
o cluck p. at.
noain at a
The Circuit Court for Douglaa tonal
three tinea a rear aa followa: T ad Mm
day in March, the 4th Monday to June, aad ta
lat Monday in December. J. W. Htmlli al
Roaeborg judge, (ieo. M. Brew a. of Aoaebarg,
County Court aieeu tbe lat Wednaeday a!"
the lat Monday oi January, Mark. May. Jolf .
tiepteaiber and Soreaabar, Jua. l-ioaa. a
brain, Judge; M. I. ThaaBpaoaef acottabai
and Jaa. BTroa. of Oialla, caafiaatoaara.
Prooata Court la In aiailua con ttaaaaaiy. Joa
FroCeMtematf C rtls.
QOM3IOLKRE S. JAfJKSON,
Attorney ami Counstllyr at Law.
Mining Law and Water Rights rtia-Ja
Martera Bid. RCte-BC-G.UK TUOS
Q.KKOUE 31. BROWS,
BooBa 7 aud a
Taylor A WUaon Block. KOfxIB t Kb. A
IRA B. RTDDLZ,
Attorney at Law,
leylvr A WUaoa Blk.
P W. BENSON,
Kuia I aud i
W R- WILLIS,
Attorney and Counselor at Lav
Will practice ia all the eaarta af tbe Btaaa. f-1
tea ia Maratars Bailding, Daaglaa eawaay. Oa.
Attorney at Law,
Koonu IAS. X trttera Bklg ROS-B0B.9, OA
OBuaineai before the C. 8. Land OaVa aaA
auiuug eaaea a apecialty. .
Late BecaiTat U. S. Land Uoe.
JA HI CHANAN, Notary rnblir.
Collections a Specialty.
C L HAXBT,
telephone No. .
JTRA BROWN, M. D.
OFriCK. SO Jackaoa 8U-H, at tea
llcnce ol Mia. J. BiUer.
qk.i;eo. e. houck,
Physcian & Surgeon.
OfTn Piw Office Bid.
Phone, Maui il.
D06KBCRU DIVISION KO . B. Of L I,
iN- meeta CTery eeeoud and fourth Sunday.
V 1TOMKM 8 RhXIKP CORPS NO, 10, MXXTtl
" nrat ana uurd Fridays la
P KNO POST, KO. , O. A.
Ural aud third Thuradaya of each aaMlb.
at a p. m.
A LP HA LODGE. NO. 7, K. OF P.. MX XT!
arery Wedueaday areaing at Odd FaLawa
Ball. Viaiting Knixbta la good standlag eot
UallylBTlted to attead.
LACRtL LOIKIK, A. F. A A. M.. RXUCLA
mectirtsa tho -d aud ih Wcdseadaya la
Il tJESE.U PAKKOTT W. at.
N.T. jKWKTr, 3"ccy.
r WEBU Rti CHAPTER. KO. S. O. E. 8.. MK1TB
AV ha Hrst ami llilr.l Tkn il.n nl a.h
and third Thursdays of
UBBIX COfcHUW. W M,
MAl'DE K.VsT, acc y.
MODtlKN (.HODMEN OK AMI RICA,
nil tirl Bkiial iKivtl Tua(Uv ni i m h
the aid Maaouie ball.
H. W. Mills. V. C.
L. M K5taa.s Clerk.
It'WDMtS OF THK WORLD. Oak
, No. iikvU at
Ihe Odd Fellows' Hail
in Kmcbure. ry ut, in I aud oth Monday
cM.'inii,"- isiims iieglilAn alwaya welcome
O. P. Co?MOW, C. C.
V.C I.ONPON, Clerk.
PlULhTAKlAS LOiXiK. NO. . 1. O. O. F.
nnta MtiinlnT rrnlna of r&t-h twl at
tucir hall iu Odd Fellow
lemple al Koaeburg.
Memberaof the order iu rood standing arelavti
eu to aiieuu. d. t . oi au.ni, xt. u
N. T. Juaarr, tet:'y. D.S. WaT.
f. t. KLKS. KlEBl'KU LODtiX, NO. ?-.
liol.l ilioir resular vominuitiealtvna at tbe
t t. O. t'. Iiall n seond aud lourth Iburaday
( eaeh mouth. All ni?nibera reiueted to at
IoikI rvKularlr, aud all vUiuna brothcra cor
iiallv liivitv-1 loatteud.
t'UU L. HADLtY, E. K.
IRA B. KU'Dl.K, ijevreiar)'.
l.OlHiK. NO. I. A. O. P. W.
mt-el the wviiil and fourth MondaTa t
?vh mimtri at7:a0 p. m. at Odd Fellowa hall
Sfemben of the order in good atauding are tn.
rtted to attend.
D. 8. Wast.
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