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ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1899.
A (iRAVE SITUATION
Oom PAu! is Not to be
TRE BOERS WAIT TOR RAIN
Looks Like England Must Back
Down or Fight. Boer Offl-
London, Sept. -'0. England's relation!
wild the Transvaal remain unchanged
aod ai far ab the former is concerned the
situation is not likely to take on a new
phase until after the meeting of the
cabinet on Friday. "Whether the boers
will be content to wait this long suspense
without actually begining hostilities,
depends upon circumstances. The
morning Post contaiued a dispatch from
Pietermaritx, Xatal, dated September 19,
"J never knew a situation to be graver.
The Bo6.s only await two dsye rain on
the Veldt,' before beginning hostilities.
They are -determined on war and con
sidering tbey .can ex pa nothing else
after tbe Urt dispatch and are prepared
to face the conveqaences."
BOKS OFFICIALS ARRBbVfcD.
Cap Town, Sept. 20. Tbe arrets of
Boer officials at Fitsani Garca by Portu
guese is regardtd as likely to creite eer
- ions complicitioej.
A dispatch from Pietori says that at
the Betting cf the 6e!irjs there, corps
were enthusiastically formed to help
boers in case of war.
THE DEWEY RECEPTION
THE PHILIPPINE QUESTION.
As Viewed by a Bright Educated Fili
pino Resident of this Country.
A naUrt of Loian, who has lived
'many years in Europe and America,
Ramon Reyes Lala, prefaces what he
has to say in the September Forum on
The People of tbe Philippines' with
tbe observation :
"Whatever the Filipino may be, be is
-bo coward ; death and woands have no
a ore terrors for him than for his foes.
But ia the end high civilization U sure
to tell when pitted against low civQiza
Han ; and Aguinaldo and bis half-trained
followers were never likely to bold their
"j2wa afiipst the discipline and rapid-fire
T13J of -Americans.
- As a Filipino, I think it as well tbe r
should not, for I be'ieye that the govern
ment of the United States has tbe bent
interests of tbe islanders in view, that it
will give them all the self-rule they are
at present capable of exercising, and
that ft will start them, on a career of
prosperity such as their ambitious lead
ers are by no means likely to open fcr
' It is evident that Mr. Lala'a instinct
of sympathy with his fellow Filipinos is
strong, but that bis judgment is atil 1
troBger. lie has no word of censors
for them. The Spaniards always made
fair promises, which tbey never kept,
and it is hardly to be expected that the
Filipinos would at once put their trust in
-wolher strange people. From the view
" point of tbe Filipinos the Spaniard is of
the same race as ourselves. "Tbey
will" says Mr. Lila, "oe restive until
they have Warned t know the Ameri
Tbe establishment' of our national an
tbority must come first. The winning of
confidence will necessarily be a growth
Oooe established this confidence and the
further civilization of the psople aod the
development of the resources of the
islands will follow as a matter of
Hr. La's says there are two distinct
races in the Philippine, the aborigiiu
Kegritoi, a pygmy race hardly higher in
tLj seals than the mitt aps, and the My
leys. The latter hare very nearly exter-
2LiioateI tbe former. He estimates the
number of Negritos at barely 25,000,
On the ieland to which they have given
the name Segros, there are hardly any
of them left.
They are incapable of civilization, be
lag below the level of a Digger Indian.
But there are so few of them that it
does not matter moch what their grade
of civilization may be. They are no
more a factor in tbe fata re of the Philip
pines tban'are the Apaches in the future
of tbe Southwest. Once crush out the
rebellion under Againaldo, and convince
tbe people that we are really trustworthy
and, as Mr. Lala sees it, there will be
emobth sailing for tbe United States in
Admiral Schley to Join in Wel
coming AdiMral Dewey.
CAPTAINS TO PARTICIPATE
Who Assisted In the Destruction of
flontojo's Fleet. Schley's Mod
estyWishes to Detract No
Attention from Dewey.
Xsw York, Sept. 19. A special to tbe
Herald from Washington says :
Acting Secretary of the Navy Allen
has perfected arrangements for the par
ticipation in tbe Dewey celebration at
New Tork of nearly all the captains of
tbe squadron which destroyed Admiral
Montojo's warships in Manila bay.
Captain Charley V. Gridley, who com
manded the Olympia, died while on his
way home and Captain Lamberton, now
in command of tbe Olympia and who
was Dewey's chief-of-eU3 in tbe battle,
is returning with. Admiral Dewey. Cap
tain Cogblan, who rommanded the Ra
leigh, is in this country, ai Port Orchard,
Wash., .Commander Walker, who was
relieved from command if the Concord
last April, is now in Washington ; Cap
tain Dyer, who commanded tbe Balti
more, is on leave at bis home; Com
mander Wood, who commanded the gun
boat Petrel, is inspector of tbe fifth light
house district with headquarters in Balti
more, and Captain Frank Wilder, the
commander of the lioeton, ia captain of
the New York navy yard.
Bear-Admiral Schley will also take
part in the celebration, though without
any orders from the department. The
admiral has nut received an invitation
from the New Y'cri committee, but he
desires to Uke part in his personal ca
pacity and to join with others in welcom
ing tbe hero of Manila.
Hs feels that there should not be any
official participation by officers likely to
detract any attention from Admiral
The Decision of the Council of
THE PRISONER LEAVES HIS CELL
C M. Collier 5ues James J. Jennings
for $10,380. Result of Helena
W. C. Hale, attorney for plaintiff, to
day filed with Clerk Lee, of the circuit
court, a complaint wherein C. M. Collier
institutes suit against Charles Bruneau,
P. J. Jennings and R.J. Jennings, James
Jennirgs,. co-partners doing business
under tbe firm name of Helena Mining
Co., asking for damages, in tbe sum of
Toe complaint recites that on July 14,
1899, while engaged in making a survey
of tbe Helena property as a regular dep
ot United tries surveyor, plaintiff was
assaulted by defendant, Jamea Jennings,
said defendant destroying a solar transit
valued at I2S0; that by reason of said
loss plaintiff failed to secure ISO for do
ing said work ; that plaintiff was further
damaged ia the sum of (20 expenses in
curred in going to and returning from
said employment; l bat plaintiff was
caused to suffer great alarm and fear for
bis personal safety, and to suffer great
humiliation, anxiety, fear and mental
anguish in tbe further sum of $10,000.
Wherefore plaintiff demands judgment
against the defendants snd each of them
for tbe sum of $10,380, and for his costs
and disbursements in this action. En
Tbe Booth Kel ly Mill.
Dreyfus Will go Abroad to Avoid
Demonstrations Mysterious Death
of Kestner, a Warm Friend of
Paris, September, 19. The council of
ministers decided today to pardon Cap
tain Alfred Drey I as, in principle. The
pardon will take effect in a few days.
Dreyfus Las relicquished bis appeal
for a reversal of the judgment of th-court-martial.
"In principle" is an idiom sometimes
need in semi-official announcements '
forthcoming actions. It seems ta have
but slight bearing on the matter, except
perhaps, but that it employs tbe fulfill
ment ofvaiious formalities before the
pardon ia actually isstfed, thereby quali
fying the announcement of the prJon
with slight tentaUvenasr. It U tot
known yet whether t'je pardon it.clu W
There is much remark here on tb
elrange coincidence of the death of
Scheursr Ks!ner. the first champion of
Dreyfus, sn1 to whom Drcyfos will vir
tually owe hs freedom, on the v-ry day
tbe cabin st decides to pardon the pris
oner. Scbeunr Kestner's death w
sudden. He Lad been ill during the lift
few days, but it was not thonght bis ill
ness would prove fatal.
Tbe announcement that Pre? f us wis
to be pardoned has already been dis
counted by predictions and there
absolutely no excitement along tbe boule-
vards wbtn newsboys ran along at
about 3:15 p. m with tbe first eiiti n
containing the statement tbat tbe cabin
et bad decide J to parJon Dreyfus.
Everyone expected it and the d- ci-ion
m t with no opposition.
The Droits Del Homme, socialist orgn
says; "Our tak remains me same aiier
ss before tbe liberation of Dreyfus, to
con tine tbe campaign against all those
who are responsible for tbe lamentable
affair, and unmask tbe forgers, traitors
and false witnesses, even though tbey
may be covered with glittering decora
It is said tU4 Dreyfas will be sent
abroad bsfore tbe promulgation of bis
pardon in order to avoid deroonetrar
Rxsa, &pt. 19. Tbe news tbat the
council of ministers bad decideo to par
don Drevfus was received here a itb in
tense excitement Lrifu is s'.iil a
Dreytos a Free Man.
THEN AND NOW.
Reminiscences of One Who Felt
the Government's Hand.
ANTI-IMPERIALISTS IN 1861
How a Confederate Soldier Was Im
pressed at a Recent Democratic
Conference in New York.
Sk T m . m m.
iNew More l New Ooodsl
A FULL STOCK OF
Mr. Bryan's late aphorism, that some
people are inclined to rave over, which is
something about patting tbe dollar above
the man, is even less original than his
"cross and crown" phrase. Tbe 'Vollar
and man" remark has been fairly worn
out in Wharton Barker's "American"
and other populist and socialist papers.
Mr. Bryan needs to travel and talk less,
and think more.
The Southern Pacific extensions op
Mohawk and the construction of tbe
Booth-Kelly company's big mills at tbe
terminus, are to be purhed.io rapid com
pletion. The righ-of-way for the new
road has practically 1 11 been secured and
paid for. Engineer Hollige baa left for
San Francisco in company with Mr
Blaize, a Portland contractor, and tbe
contract for building tbe line will be let
in San Francisco within the next few
days. In the meantime tbe greatest de
gree of activity prevails in tbe direction
of the new mills. The transportation
overland from SpriogSeld of 300 tons of
machinery has already begun. About 20
teams and twice as tuany men w ill be
squired in getting the machinery to its
destination. Twenty carpenters are at
work on necessary buildings at the mill
site, which was laid out Monday at a
point four miles above Isabel. A peti
tion bas already been circulated asking
tbat a postoffice be established at the
mill site under tbe name of Wendling
postoffice, named after one of tbe pro
mote rs of tbe enterprise.
The Vanderbilt Estate.
Alger bas withdrawn from the race for
United States senator in Michigan.
is Never Done.
The constant care causes sleeplessness.
rtcss of Appetite, extreme nervousness, and
that tired feeling. But a tuonderfvl
change comes tuhen Hood" s SarsaparSla
is taken, gives pure, rich blood, good
appetite, steady nerves.
BE55KS, Sept. 20. Captain Alfred
Dreyfus at S o'clock ibis morniDg left
the prison in which be bad been cec
fined tioce bis return from Devil's is
land, and proceeded to Verna, wbeis be
took a train bound for Naotee. His de
parture was completely unnoticed.
M. Virguie. chief of tbe secret eervi.-e,
and M. Doreault arrived at tbe prison
after midnight, bringing tbe order of the
minister of war for the release of Drey-ins.
Dreyfus walked from the prisoo to tbe
boulevard L Enne, where he entered a
waiting carriage and was driven to tbe
Verna station outside of the town. Mat-
tbieu Dreyfus met him at tbe train, and
accompanied bim to Nantes, Italy.
While this drsmatic turn in tbe Drey
fus drama was taking place aU Renncs
slept, and tbe departure of tbe famous
prisoner of Devil's island was no more
notised tbsn tbat of an ordinary trav
eler. To Live in England.
It is within the recollection of many
survivors of the civil war (hat those who
were suspected of disloyalty to the gov
ernment or who placed themselves io an
attitude of opposition to its measures
and policy while endued in suppressing
armed rebellion were not trtand with
tbe X r-n.e ienienry no bown to those
who urn urtuioK a tiniilar course.
The c tulrast between those davs and
tbe prcbeut is a j n.arked that it a t sor
ious tiurttiuii whether the avowed eae"
mies ol the government tuonld longer
be pcrmit eJ to indulj in sct-'iiiuus lan
guage aui to publisti treasonable dece
msots in aid of Aguialiio wi'livot suf
fering uy other penalty than ir.cnrriug
tbe contempt of loyal Amerirans. The
itupieeeiuu nmtf.l t y t It r h-tway now
alloelch ifI-u.lo.-a upon ib minds
of iho'e who fflt the firm haul of the
government tloiiog the 00j Hutraied
by ih folio in t-ttf n nt to tbe New
York Sun by a (otn-r "Johni y Reh,"
n residing ly New Yuik.
'InlS01,in my love f r uiy na'ive
state and th Sout'1, I i-ioned a ottoo
J b'.l oa ih-s lap-1 ol ray coit, an t a sq'iad
of eovernmeDt s jliiif is uia-clie l me to
tKe guar Jhous.
'A few wee8 later I r-(orJ to walk
nndrr the Auitrican lUr, ard a taken
to tl.e guardhouse fir that.
"Later on I lefused to iilumii.ate my
windows on the receipt of teas cf a Un
ion victory, and was put under guaid fori
"I wag out iuuting oue day alien a
picket asked me fur my permit lo car y
a gun. I had none tie oiled a crpo
ral, ard I was seDt to loan under rkse
guard; my gun was confisca'ei.
"One day while tr)ing to to into a
Federal camp, through aa old fathioned
spyglaw, I was bust l.-d t tbe guard
house by three soldiers, not i n of whom
could speak English.
"I concluded thnt tbe only ay in
wbicb I could bave my ngutewast) go
to the front and tJbt for them, and
started. I was captured some weeks
later in the brush aod sent to liratiot
street military prison in St. Ljuis and
kept (here several months.
"That is the way this government did
in 1S01-2 3 aod 4 with people who defied it
or criticised it in its attempt to crush a
"I thought ol all i la St) things as 1
stood io Cooper Union, New York re
cently and beard the cbers for Agui
naldo inspired bv tbe dvc aration of tbe
Chicago platfcrn democracy, and
thouebt to myself ibis government s
mighty lenient auJ awfo!y goTd to some
It is hardly probable tbat this leniency
is appreciated by those to about it is
extended, but, if it is much furibet
abused, repressive measures will become
Those who oioly gre "aid aod com'
foil" to the armed enemies of the gnvert'
meat should not expect t escape any
olber lUbitbtLei.t than being called
trailers. Illinois State Jouma'.
f Low Prices !
Lohdos, Sept. 19. It is reported tbat
Maitre Labor i and Mme, Dreyfus visited
Folkestone, five miles from Dover, Eng
land, Saturday, and engaged apirtments
where Mme. Dreyfus and her children
will dwell in the event of her husband's
Labori, it is reported, was much af
fected by kindly expressions toward
himself and Mme. Dreyfus while at
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
There is a Quality
aooui our Drugs
Which secures permauent patrouaee. WeS
buy iu small quantities, and buy frequently,
therefore we always have a rresh 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.!
pounded Day and XigbL
A Complete lico of
GEN ERAL MERCHANDISE
now on band.-?
Ladies Drees Goods, Kibbono, Trim
tiling, Laces, Etc., Etc.,
Also a fine line of
of tbe beet quality and latest style.
Staple and Fancy
Wood, Willow, and Glassware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also oa
hand and at prices to suit the
An up-to-date line of
H. G. STANTON.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacllic Co.
tipw traiaa imw PorUaad dally.
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1:10 P. M.
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to r. m.
25 P. M.
J ai P. M.
S-aj p. M.
Ar.Fort Worth Ar.
I Ar. Kew Orleans Ar I
DioIok Car Observation Cars.
Pullman firet: data and tonrist cars attached
lo all lraiia.
Haachnrf nail Daily.
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130 r. m.
Rnf bonr -
Corral: li Mail Da.lj- (Except suadaj).
I 7 JDA.M. Lt. -USt.i.lr.
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I At Albaar and Corrailla connect wltk train
ol CorraUia mt Eaateni railroad.
Independence Pascngcr Dailj (except andar)
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STATS OF OtMOlf
Thus. B ToBo
Governor- T. T.OW
Secretary of hiate f- 1- Ihiabar
otate Treasurer C 8. Moor
Supi. Pub. InatrucUon J. B. Ackemaa
State Printer W. H
D R. BlacibtirB
y. A. Voors
Sr. a. noora
C E. WolTerisa
R. a. Bean
sscohd Jucmat nisraiCT.
jnHB J. W. HantiltvM '
Pruaecaiinf Auoruej Geo. it. Broan
v. a. U5S orncx, Kiaxatjaa.
I. T. Brii(ea
A. W. Bert
U. Hi . Dimmlck
I M. D. Tbomrtos
i 1mm. Byron
IT. K. V. Boarer
I. r. richer
citt or aoasBuaa.
W. A. Iralrr
17 F Brown
C. W. Parka
tF. W. Besaon
W. E. Willis
r. w. woouey
B. C. BlOCTUB
.r. w. iniiaid
citt rot acit HaiTiJK..
The Common Council of the city of KoMeban
nwU the first Monday ia each month at i
o clock p. m.
Tbe Circuit Court for Douflas Couatr aieeu
three Uraea a Tear aa followa: Tha ia Man
day in March, the 4th Monday in Jane, aad tmm
ut Honaay tn uecemoer. J. w. ttanuitoai f
Kaaeburi; jolse. Geo. M. Brown, oi Baethera.
County Court meeu the lai W cdnasilaT a
the Ut Monday oi January, March, May, July.
September and "OTenaber, Joa. Lyooa. ml
Drain, ju.lge; M. li. Thompauael BctMUbur"
and Jaa. Byron, ef Olalla. coannaaicnwira.
Probate Coo.1 is ia seaaion conUauooaly. ioa
Profess -ataal Caurals).
QOMMOIXIRE S. J 'CKSOX,
Atbjrney anl Counsellor at Law.
Mining Law and Water Rights made
Q.EKOGE M. BROWS,
Rooms 7 and
raylur a WUaoa Block.
his is the Place
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 invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
a. KOEHLEB, C.H. MARKHAM.
Manager. u. F. a Paaa. A(ec U
Dirvrt connection at San Francisco with
rteamthip line for Hawaii, Japan, China, The
rniuiiminj ana suiirana.
For thiDurh tirkets and rate" call on or ad-
drew L. B. MOORE A (tent or V. C. LONDON,
ray lor WUmu Blk.
P W. BENSON,
C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.
New Yobk. Sept. 19. Until the will of
the late Cornelius Vanderbilt is filed tor
Drobate it will not be known bow much
federal war tax and how much inheri
tance tax tbe estate will pay.
Tbe war revenue tax on the legacies,
It is expected, will be per cent, as it
ia expected that Mr. Vanderbilt left his
fortune to bis wife and children. If, as
baa been rumored, be left to members of
his family as much as $150,000,000, the
war tax alone would be .3,700X00. Tbe
inheritance tax due to the state of New
York at 1 per cent would be nearly
500,000, and tbe estate would pay in war
revenue tax and Inheritance tax consid
erably oyer f-3,000,000.
It baa been suggested tbat Mr. Van
derbilt may bave made deeds of gift to
members of bis family eo as to avoid tbe
payment ol bo large a earn in taxes on
bis estate. No information regarding
such deeds bas been obtained by tbe officials.
John i. JoLneon, of Peabody, Kan.,
has been made the executive officer of
the democratic national committee.
Sheriff Farley, of Monterey County,
Cal.. was shot and killed Monday by
George Caesar, whom be was trying to
arrest lor arson.
Tbe Thirty-first infantry, which was
scheduled to sail on tbe Grant for Man
ila, bas been held back because of a case
of smallpox within its ranks.
Olive Scbreiner (Mrs. Conk Wright),
an tor of'The Story of an African Farm"
says tbat a war by the British upon the
Boers will be a stain that centuries can
Tbe president has decided to not in
terfere witb tbe execution of privates
Dampbaffer and Conine who have been
condemned to be shot lor assaulting
The Dewev day festivities In Kew
York will eclipse anything ol tbe kinJ
ever witnessed in this or any other
country. When it is said that (500.000
is to be expended in decorations, ilium'
inationa. etc.. tome idea can be had of
tbe whole cost of tbe celebration.
Mrs. Mary Brooks, tbe first woman
evrr received at tbe Jackson, Mich
state prison, was married Tuesday to
Dr. Stuart, who was tbe complaining
witness against ber and who was largely
responsible for ber conviction. In 1876
Mrs. Brooks was convicted of poisoning
her husband. Dr. Bluart was tbefamily
phyxician. : . '1
Tt.e body of on ODknoao man waa
found on the railroad track at Albany,
Tuesday. Thre ere no marks of
ideotiiitalion other than tbat be was
about 30 years o'.d and very ligh; com
plexioued, with his right hand indn
Oregon has a state florer, the wild
grape, a bitter, unprofitable shrub of no
particular value and little pretcnti r a to
beauty. Oregon, the land of bi ret ap
ples, might wiih propriety adpt tbe ap
ple blossom as a state Mower, ft is a
pet fumed thing of beaaty aod would
mean sometbiog. Ex.
Already 19 carloaJs. of watermelous
bavt been shipped from Grant t I ass to
the northern markets, siys the Grant's
Pass Observer. The melons thisjear
are nice, aul it is expend by the grow?
eis that they will yet ship 15 or 20 cars.
While the warm weather lasts the mar
ket is brink, but the next rains will like
lyputattop to themeloa business f;r
The creamery t Fort Kamath is doing
a rushing business this summer, t-v-
ery day from 100 to 500 pounds of butter
and cheese comes down on the mail boat
and is shipped to different points in Ore
eon and California. The creamery busi
ness in the Wood river valley is doing
more to build up a flourishing town at
Fort Klamath than anything else. It is
a supreme industry. At present there is
only one creamery and eeveial good
dairy farms, but the demand for first
class butter will soon cause others to be
Next year tho voters of Oregon are
. . nr
auain to vote on a woman BuuraKe
amendment to the etate constitution
So far nothing indicates so earnest a
campaign in behalf of tho amendment as
was carried on before. Mrs. Duniway,
for mauy years the pre-eminent leader
in this "cause," is not, and cannot be,
so aggressively active as then, nnd re
lies now mainly on "the chivalry of the
men of Oregon." She thinks the time
for an educational campaign is past; it
will be merely an occasion to record an
intelligent and well-grounded opinion.
Speaking of High Grade Wheels!
While we have Imperials at 535 nud $50 onr $35 wheel ia just as
high GRAtEescur 50 cne, the difference being simply ia tbe finish
The above mentioned wheels ar ju6t as high grade as any wheel
in the market and NONE is superior in material or mechanism.
The oldest wheels now ia use ia the city are Imperials. These
wheels have been in constant ose since 1S'J2
,,T. K. RICHARDSON.
-Scenic Line of tha Wartd"
The Favorite Transcontinental Koute
Between the Northwrst and all
Choice of Two Routes
Through tbe Famoue
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Routes East
ot Pueblo and Denver.
All Paeseniters granted a day e:op-over
I in tbe Mormon Capital or an v where re
tween Onden and Denver. Personally
conducted Tourist Excursions three days
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets and any Information Re
garding Rates, Routes, etc., or for ie
scriDtive Advertising Matter, call on
AgentsTol Oregon Kailway A navigation
Co.. Orefion Short Line or Southern
S. K. HOOPER,
General Paea. A Ticket Agent,
R. C. X1CHOL,
251 Wash. St. Portland Or
vaaw a aaavy vww- - - -
We have a complete line of -s--
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
FRESH AND TROPICAL FRUITS,
Which will please you in both quality and h
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK.
Roseburg p. O. Hours.
JRA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
Rooms 1 and 2
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
in Mantrrs Badding. Doaia eousy. O.
Attorney at Law,
Room 1 A t, Mamers Bide., ROSXBCRQ, Ok.
IJVBaslnest before the C. 3. Land OSksa aa4
auiung caaee a peually.
Lata Rflceirer D. S. Land OStoa.
JA. CUC HAN AN, Notaiy Public,
Collections a Specialty.
KOEBI BU, OR
telephone No. 4.
"SRA BROWN, M. D.
OFFICS, SOS Jackaoa Street, at res
idence ol Mrs. J. Bitaer.
QR.GEO. E. HOUCK.
Physcian & Surgeon.
Oflue Pt Orlicv Bid.
l'houe. Main 31.
ROriEBCRU DIVISION NO rs. B. OfLt,
mccta every Kvoud and tourvh Sanday.
WrOMKS'S RKLIKF CORPS Sa
first and tnird Friday in
P KNO POST, NO. 29, O. A. R.. MIXT8 TEX
Rret and Uiird T&oradays ot sack Btoolk,
at i p. m.
A LPHA LOrxiK. NO. 47, X. OF P.. MKXTS
rv bti-t WedueadaT avenlna at Odd PaUowa
HaU. VUiUna Knuchta
liaily inrited to attend.
In good standing oa
A Any Job Work done at
Undertake!1 and EmbalmeP.
Week davs. 6:30 a. m. to S p. m. Sun
days and holidays, 0:30 to :00 a. m.
and 5:30 to 7:30 p. m.
ST AUK KOUTKS.
Roseburg to Marshfield Departs ev
ery day at 6 a. m. ; arrives every morn
Ro3eburg to Myitle Pom.:. Departs
every Uay at o a. m ; arrives every
Roseburg to Millwood Departs ejery
ilavexcent Sundavs at a. ro.: arrives
every day except Snudays at 4 : 13 p. u
Roseburg to reel Departs Idaily, (-x-
ceut Sunday) at 7 a.m.; anives daily,
(evcept Sunday ) at 3 p. m.
Roseburg to Lnrley Departs Tues
days and rruliiyo at 1 p. to.; arnyee
Tuesdays and FriJavs at 11 :30 a. m.
If you suffer from tendernees or full
nees on the right side, pains under
shoulder blade, constipation, biliou? ness,
sick headache and feel doll, heavy and
sleepy your liver is torpid and congested
DeWtt's Little Early Risers will cure
you promptly, pleasantly and perma
nently by removing the congestion aud
causing tbe bile ducts to open and flow
naturally, they ars eooi ?iu s.
LADRKL IjOIHjR. A. F. A. M.. RXOCLAB
mcciinga tho id and lib Wediieadaya ia
tl li tNK.U PARROTT W. M.
S.T. Jkwtt, S ecy.
ROSEBURG CHAPTER, NO. g. O. K. 8..MXXT9
tho first and third - Thursdays oi each
LIBB1E vOBUUw, w a.
MAUDE RAST, Seo'y.
MODERN VlHDMEN OK AMERICA. MEET
on firt aud thinl Tuesday oi each oionih
in the old Masonic hall.
H. W. MtU.ES, V. V.
II. L. MaRstess, Clerk.
W'OODMKN cr THE WOKIO), Oak care
V No. u. meets at the Odd Fellows' Ball
in Kodcbur. t-vvry 1st, :rd and 5lh Monday
eveniug. VuiiiDg uvighbors always welcome
v. r. iosuow, v. v.
P1I1LETARIAN LOiKiK, NO. S, L O. O. P.
meets !-h tn rd ay evening ot each week at
their ball in Odd Fellow Tempi at Roseburg.
Merobomol the order In core! standing are Invit
ed to attend. B. W. til RON li. N. U
N. T. Jewett. Scc't. V. S. W'est.
I iu. Bee.
BV. O. ELKS, ROEBL RU LOlKiX. NO. KS,
hoUl ihcir rvKular cuinmuuieaiions at tha
I O. O. P. hall on sewud and fourth Thursday
if each uiont li. All members requested to at
tend rcKularly, and all veiling brother cor
lially invited to attend.
CUAS. L. UA1LY,E.R
IRA B. RIDDLE, Secretary.
ROSEBURd LODOf, NO. Ms A. O. TJ. W.
meet the fxt-ond and fourth Mondays t1
etch month at 7 . ia) p. m. at Odd Feilows kail
Members ol tha order In good standing ars In-
riled to attend.
D. 8. West,
K. ft'. Roach, rtnnir.