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ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, iSqq,
OUR HERO ARRIVES
Two Days head of Scheduled
GRD, ENTHUSIASTIC WELCOME
The Famous Flagship Olympia Ar
rived in New York Harbor Early
Tuesday Morning. Our Coun
try's Metropolis Wild
Xw York, Sep'. 26. Tb Olympia,
with Admiral Dewey on board, arrived
off Sandy Hook lightship at an early
hoar this morning. The vessel is two
(all days ahead of time, bavin? made a
fast run from Gibraltar, sailing from (bat
port September 10.
At first it was believed that the war
ship was ibe Cnicaxo. Admiral Howi
eon's flagship, as it is known that the
' admiral is about due from &uth Aooeri
ca, bat soon the identity of the Olympia
was established beyond question, and
then the news spread like lightning.
In a short time thousands of the
whistles along New York's water front
we e blowiog in welcome to the returned
hero, and myriads of email boats of all
kinds were potting oat toward the Olym
pia, in a t-hort time a swarm of water
craft surrounded the vessel, and this in
creased in density ssthey passed.
. Ia the city the committees that have
Dewey 'd reception and entertainment,
in band, were hurriedly getting together
and arranging for the pie limi nary enter
tainment and in a ebort time had every
thing well in band.
The orderly who carried dispatches
ashore said that the vessel Lad bad an
oneventf al but pleasant trip.
A KOYAL WIXCOME.
Saw York, Sept. 26. Tte .flagship
Olympia, with Admiral leey m board,
passed inside Sandy Hook at 7 :14 o'clock
this morning, and acchored in the lower
bay below the "Spit."
The admiral's early arrival was a mat
ter of great concern to the city authori
ties who are arranging for New York'a
official welcome. Tbe secretary of the
reception committee wait to tbe city
hall early and at ence issued a call for a
meeting of the committee.
Mayor Van Vyck harried to his office,
where be found the lollowiag telegram :
"The O'ympia arrived this marning.
Will go to Tompkiosville tomorrow
The mayor authorized lbs calling to
gether of all of the ity's committee and
telegrams were sent oat calling on mem
bers -of various committees to meet as
quickly as possible at the city balL -
Today for the first time in maoy years
an admiral salute was fired in New York
bay. Fort Hancock saluted with 17
puns when the Olympia psssed, coming
On tbe terrace below the quarantine
elation are letters nine feet high spelling
"Welcome Home." Bear-Admiral
Philips, at Brooklyn Navy Yard, de
tailed Lieut. Dewey, nephew of tbe Ad
miral, to go up on navy yard tog. Traffic,
and proceed to Sandy Hook toneet the
The tug carried besides tbe mail. Ma
tills medals for the officers and crew and
a silver service for tbe officer, presented
by fbe town of Olympia, Washington,
and the Dewey ehield for tbe battleship,
Committees will meet Admiral Dewey
late today. -
Soon after noou a health officer left
uoarantine on a tag to board and in
spect tbe Olympia. Many vessels pot
ling to sea steered close to tbe flagship
and sainted. Among them was the Cun
ard liner Anrania. Juct after the An
nuls passed, a launch from the Enn,
with Sir Thomas Lip ton on board, went
alongside tbe Olympia, and the dispatch
boat Dolphin, with Rear-Aduiiral Samp
con, or his representative oo baard bailed
Dewey's ship shortly alter 11 o'clock and
fired tbe admiral's salute of 17 guns. By
noon many tags ana launches were
around tbe Olympia.
Some of tbe crew of the Olympia wLo
came ashore at Sandy Hook asked :
"How is I eddy l.ooseveit. and on
being informed that he was in good
health they .expressed their gratification
Tbe crew spoke in tbe highest terms of
the admiral and said be 'was very kind
to bis men.
Dewef elept rat'essty laet night, and
at 2 o'clock this morning Lis scrrsnt
told him that the lights of Jersey coast
were in sight. Tbe admiral got np and
looked through a port at the rays of
brightness, his Grt view in 23 months
of American shores. Tbe Olympis
slowed np to one-quarter speed, and at
dawn a pilot was spoken snd put aboard.
The flagship dropped anchor inside of
Sandy Hook about half past 7, within
209 yards of tbe ship channel, aod not
far from the moorings of tbe Shamrock
and other craft of Sir Thomas Lipton's
"It is mighty good to be home," said
t6 admiral to a reporter of tbe Assoei
ia.leA i'tese, who went aboard. "1 know
that Z am a little ahead of schedule," be
contineei, "but as the weather looked a
trifle equally, I thought it betler to lie in
side the Hook than outiioV. Contain
LamberleoD, Lieutenant Bruiuby and I
considered whether we had better utmt
down toward Hampton Roads or come
inside at once. Tbe latter was thought
the better thing to do, and so here the
Olympia ia. Oflicially, though, I am
not yet arrived."
The admiral sent telegrams to the sec
retary of the navy and General Butter
field, announcing bis arrival. He spent
most of the forenoon reading ptpers and
in talking to reporters. The admiral
pleasantly evaded inquiries tbat turaed
on political or military questiios in tbe
Sir Thomas Lip ton, Mr. Mactay and
others, of Sir Thomas Lipton's entourage
called as Admiral Dewey finished his mid
day breakfast. "I suppose you bsve called
for your tea," said the admiral heartily.
alluding to Sir Thomas's gift at Colombo
of five pounds of tea to each man aboard
the ship. The sailors clustered at tbe
bow of the Olympia and cheered Sir
Thomas as the launch with the Sham
rock flag sheeted off.
Tbe steamer Saale. outward bound,
came close enough for tbe passengers
crowded at tbe rail, to see tbe admiral.
He lifted his cap in respsnse to the wav
ing of handkerchiefs. The Sanle's band
played 'Tbe Star Spangled Banner,"
and the Olympia dipped her colors.
The Anrania passed going out. She fired
tte admiral's salute, and the Olympia'e
band played ' God Save the yaeen."
Many tugs and sail boat! came op close
to look at the Olympia. Sue looked as
smart as though just oat of tbe drydock,
while her sides having been scrubbed
clean, and the weather Btains robbed
off. Of course everv piece of brass was
polished. The ship is sound except that
two blades of bcr starboard propeller are
twiBted oat of shape. She ran into one
of tbe Sure canal banks and since then !
tbe propeller has not h;en used. The
Olympia came from Gibraltar at 10-knot
speed with one propeller.
Eleven of the crew of 375 men are sick
with a mild type of trphoid fever, none
of the cases being serious.
Tbe Dolphin, flying Rear-Admiral
Sam peon's flip, was sighted about 1
Tbe Olympia rei a salute and the
marines were called np tj receive the
rear-admiral. A moment afterward' the
rear-admiral and admiral shook hands:
Dewey said : "Look at those marines,
Did you ever see a finer body of men?"
The rear-admiral complimented them
and said to Dewey :
"Are you well?"'
"Djn't I look well?" asked Dewey.
He certainly did. He was clear-eyed
and hi brown complexion and smart
step showed his perfect health.
'I am well, admiral," said Dewey, a
moment later, "but I feel a bit tired.
When a man's been aboard ship nearly
two years, he needs ssmething of the
shore. I am awfally glad to be among
my own people again."
Dewey has no plane of hie own. He is
in tbe hands of the CMuroiltee ou recep
tion. In a general way be thinks tbe
Olympia should join the eqiadroo off
Tompkinsrills tomorrow forenoon.
Encouraging Nevts From Lieuten
ant Gilmour's Party.
STORY Ot TWO ENGLISH SAILORS
Aguinaldo's Purpose in Freeing the
Americans is to Impress Foreign
Powers No Tidings From Cap
H. E. CONFERENCE ENDED.
Appointments Made by the Confer
ence For Coming Year Cline
Found Guilty as Charged.
New Store !
New Goods I
Uncle Sam's Welcome to Dewey.
New York, Sept 20. A dispatch to
the Herald from Manila says : The two
Englisnten. who assert tbat they were
shipwrecked in a small open boat near
Bigaa, at tbe northern end of Luzon,
bring a message from tbe insurgent gen
eral, Pantela, that 14 Aonericab prison
ers who are now ueld at Tarlac will be
released on Tuesday or Wednesday.
The delay in releasing thu prisouers, as
Vomiaed several days ago, is due to tbe
fact tbat the Filipinos wish to furnish
the men with new clothing when they
set theoi free.
The English meo state further that
Lieutenant J. C. Gilmore and the op
to red boat's crew from the Yorktown
are still at Bigaa,. but will be released
later, ia accordance with the decision of
the Filipino congress, and the subse
quent decree of Aga'.oaldo providing for
the surrender of all American prisoners.
Tba admitted purpose of the Filipinos in
tLos freeing ths Americans is to impress
forr ign powers.
7'he Englishmen say that LUutenaot
Gil more snd bis men are not being
treated well. TLey are only receivirg
?J cents a diy each for rations.
The releMcJ Englishmen as-eert that
three American who were taken prison
ers have accepted commissions in the
insurgent aroiy. One of the three is
aid to be a sergeint, but bis regiment is
unknown ; another H said to have bcei
a corporal in the Califjrnia res'ujetit,
while a third is a negro.
- Fiva effieers of the Jatjnet armv are 1
assistinz the insurgents ia their war
Tbe Filipino authorities sent word
that no trace cao be foucd of Captain
Rockefeller, of the l'Uh infantry, who
disappeared in April, and wjs euppoeed
to have bean capture-!.
The railroad bridges ia insurgent ter
ritory have been w'cJ out, and the to
ear gee ta are having dikuitr in supply
big the troops in the immediate front of
the American line. The insurgent army
has a c'retceiitoui supply of arms.
.Sometimes there arc four types of rifles
to a regiment. The main resistance to
tbe Americiu al'auce is to lie made at
n the way to the American lines the
Englishmen were taken on a wide de
tour away from tbe ineugent front, and
were thus nuable to see tbe insurgent
forces, which are reputed to be strong.
What? here at last! Come in, come in
Well, Admiral, bow be yer?
Yer're welcome borne from 'cross
We're migoty glsd to see yer.
It does seem good ter have yer back
With as, yer blood relations.
Yer've been awsy so long, ter stay
Amongst them furren nations.
yer quite frequent
Woman s Work
0 XT T tf lr Pun'J oo foot,
Vie constant cure causes sleeplessness,
loss of appetite, extreme nervousness, and
ihil tired feeling. Dui a wondcrful
change comes tvhen Hood" $ SarsaparlU
is taken, h gives pure, rich Mood, good
axppelUe, steady nerves.
We've heard from
Yer took oar Eastern tiller ;
We read it yit, that note yer writ
So plain upon Manila.
We liked tbat message that yer sent
Them folks who riz yer dander,
It showed direct, we'd git respect
When you was our commander.
We sent yer off, a commodore,
Fes knowed or cared about it ;
But now yer name is bright with fame
And all tbe world can shout it.
Yer went away an unknown man,
Yer public praise was zero;
But not it's flung from every tongue,
You're back agin, a hero.
Yer actions show U3 what yer be
A plain man, though a hold one; .
They show as that yer wear a hat
No bigger than yer old one.
We love yer, not alone because
Yer fought a fight and won it ;
It seems to me lots more ter be
The manly way yer done it.
No see, we Yankees like a man
Wbo'e tlere all kinds er weathers
Wbo doesn't shirk, but does bis work
Without tbe fuss and feathers.
That's why. George Dewey, we're here
Ter clasp yer hand and ehake it.
With this addrees, "The hull U. S.
Is yenrn ; step in and take it."
$40,000 Worth of Cattle.
J. McDiruiott, of San Francieco. will
get all told about 00 head of beef cattle
from stockmen and farmers in the im
mediate vicinity of Aehland, and the
number received by Mitchell, from the
Dead Indian stockmen last week reached
approximately 000 head, making a total
' of about lL'OO head of beef cattle secured
in the vicinity of Ashland this fall, by
Tbe prices paid have been the highest
known in recent years, 3c, 3'4; and Sc
The cattle probably
average 10U0 lbs. eacb, tnus bunging
about $31 per bead.
In round numbers, over $40,000 will
have been paid out for beef cattle ship
ment, to growers to and near Ashland
in cold cash, by Oct. 10. And not much
is said about this being a stock country,
A Notable Wedding.
NgwrOKT, K. I., Sept. 25. The Epis
copal marriage service supplanting that
o! tbe Russian orthodox church, that was
observed yesterday, which made the
Prince Cantacozene Count Speranski, cf
Russia, and Julia Dent Grant, daughter
of Brigadier-General Grant and grand'
daughter of General TJ. S. Grant, bus
bsnd and wife, was celebrated at All
Saints chapel at noon today.
Invited guests, notable for social and
military distinction, made the ceremony
ooe of the most brilliant ever witnessed
at Newport. Bishop Potter, of New
York officiated. This afternoon tbe
Prince and Princess left for New York
and St. Petersburg.
Insurgents Routed Near Cebu.
Wasuix;tok, Sept. 2ii. A dispatch
from Manila tolbe war department states
tbat General Snyder attacked tbe posi
tion of insurgents, five miles west of.Cebu
and destroyed coven forts and quite a
number of smooth-bore cannon. The
insurgents were utterly routed, and Gen
eral Snyder returned with his force to
Cebu. The Tennessee regiment was al
ready aboard the transport to come
borne, but disembarked to take part in
tbe engagement. Our loss was one
killed and four wounded. The enemy's
ioei is estimated at 40.
S.u.em, Or. Sept. :5. The 47th annual
eejsiou of the Oregon conference of the
Methoilist Episcopal chinch adjourned
sine die at 0 u'clct k this eveuing, after
transacting in one day more business
tbau it had tranflttc'cd since it opened
The most important feature! of the day
were the cousolidatbu of Willamette
and iVrllaud ui'ivcreities, the expulsion
from the ministry of liev. C. E. Clioo of
Portland, and the a-aiuuicnt oi minis
ters for the comiui: yi tr.
After its disposal the rep.rt of the spe
cial committee to invveibate charges of
fraud against Kev. C. E. Cline, of Port
land, finding him guilty of laWehoxl and
unministerial conduct and fixing the
penalty at expuliiou Irotn the ministry,
was adopted. Dr. Cline filed notice ol
appeal to the appellate court of the
Keporle showing coll-i-iiui.n for the
fund for orn-out miuisteis, fir which,
there are HO claimants, KC'eAiing
nearly $ 1"00, were read, as nere icporti
from nearly all the chuuh t-ocieties and
committees, and then the conferctce
went into executive seis6!ou to consider
the educational committee's report.
After a few remarks by various mem
bers of tbe conference Bishop Vincent
read the list of minis erial assignments
for tbe com in.' year a 3 foil ws:
Grant's Pass district (formerly Ash
laud) Althouse, lobe cuppl.t-d; Atb
land, S. E. Abbjtt; Caoyooviilf, to be
supplied ; Ceutral Point, lo be supplied;
Fort Klamath, 10 be supplied; Glendile,
to be Eupp'.ied ; Grants Pass, N. F. Jen
kins; JacisjDvi I--, to be supplied;
Klamath Iodiau tuusi'jn, E. C.G.tff;
Klamitb Falls, to be supplied; Lake
view. G. F. Kounde; M-Jford, W. B.
Moore; Merrill, B. A. KrUtuw ; oAland,
J. II. Skidmore; Paisley, lo bo supplied;
Roseb.rg, G. If. Arnold ; Ten Mile, to be
eupplieJ; Wilbur, G. 11. Prker; Wild
erviile, to be suppli-d ; presiding elder,
D. T. Summervilie.
Eugene disUic". Albjuy, M. C. Wire;
Banloa and Coqtii:!e, C. M. ll'vio;
Brownsville. S. L. .t; Cottage throve,
M. O. llrink ; Cor villi-' , E. Memiogtr;
Creswell, U. B. E'.woiihy; Hollas. C. G.
Harmon ; Drain, W. S. tiordou : Eogeoe,
W. B. Uoliingsworth ; Falls City, lo be
upplieJ; Gardiner, U. II.Buckcer;UaI
sey and HarrUburg, E. F, Zimmerman ;
Indcndeuce, W. II, Mottershead; Jeffer
son, Alvin M. Bigley : iJunetion City, C.
T. McPherson; Lrbanou, II. Gould;
Marfchfield, R. C. Ltc; Myrtle Creek, G.
F. Moore ; Newport, to be supplied; Si
le'z, E. II. Bryant; ShedJs, K. M. Cor
ners"; Springfield, M. P.Dixon; Toledo,
to be supplied; 1 residing elder, T. D.
Portland district Astoria, Isaac Peart;
Beavertor;, to be supplied ; ClaUkauie, E.
Y. Smith ; Clejne, An ire Monroe;
Greeham, Maurics L. Ilardingbam;
Knappa, II. L St. Clair; Montavilla,
Gabriel ykes; Mount Tabor, A. S. Mul
lign ; O.wego, D. M. Shannon ; Port
land, Centenary, S. E. Rockwell; Cen
tral, W. T. Kerr; Chinese miseion, C. A.
Lewis ; Clark, Gjrgs U. Bnns'.t : FirU
church, II. IV. Kelloji; Grace, 11. D.
Atchison; Sillwool, W. J. Wa!; Suo
nysids, S. A. Starr; Patton, D. G. Steph
ens; Trinity, A. L. Hawley; University
Park and St. Johns, John Naugle;
Woodiawn, tubs supplied; RiLier, A.
C. Fairchild; St. Helens, Doual i Mc
Liuchlin ; Warrentou, Gorg G. 11 iley :
Seaside, to be supplied ; presiding elder,
G. W. Jue.
Sdeai diitricl Aaii y. II X, Atkin
son; Brooks, L-U II. Pedersn;Canhy,
R. II. Dunlap; Cornliuj. A. K-rahaw;
DjjIoii, C. E. Crandeli; D.lly, lo be
supplied; Fores. Grove, T. L. Jones;
Ilillsbore, Harol I Obrrg; Marquam, C
A. Lusa; Lnco'o, J. M. Stveuey; M
hauia, to be supplied ; McMinnville, G.
W. Grannie: Nehalem, B. M. Howell;
Lafayette, to be supplied; North Yam
hill.D. 11. Leech; Oregon City, R. A.
Atkins: Salem, Firs', John Parsons;
Leslie, R. C. Blackwell ; Salem circuit,
to be supplied ; Silverton, W. II. Myer;
Sberidno.-to be supplied; Tillamook, S,
A. Smith; Turner, Edward Gittins;
Woodburn, L. F. Belknap; Viola, to be
supplied ; presidiug el ier, ). A. Wat-
The next anuuil session of the con
ference will ha he'd iu AshUn I. The
conferance rl03ed (oniiht with another
A FULL STOCK OF
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
Low Prices !
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There is a Quality
about our Drugs
Americans.Buy a Sugar Estate.
Havana, Sept. 24. Congressman
Hawley, representing American capital
ists, has purchased the Tlogaary sugar
estate, ono of the largest in Cuba, iu the
province of Matauzis.
Tbe estate includes 20,000 acres, which
with other large properties along tbe
south coast that .Mr. 1 low ley is arrang
ing lor, will, it is expected, produce
100,000,000 pounds of sugar. A lare
part of the land purchased is virgin soil,
j upon which ft ,590,000 will be expended,
including the cost of improvements.
Which secures permanent patronage. WeS
buv in small ouantities. and buv freauentlv.
t X l J '
therefore we alwa-s have a l;resh 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 iu this line.
A Complete lino of
now on band
Ladies Drees Goods, Kibbonc, Trim
iniDgs, Laces, Etc., Etc.,
Also a fine line of
of the bebt quality and latest 6tyle.
Staple and Fancy
Wood, Willow, and Glassware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also
band and at prices to snit tbe
An op-to-date hue of
H. C. STANTON.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern PaciUc Co. -
Kipr U&ina leT PortlaaS daily.
T.uur. m. 1 Lt. Portland Ar.
4 ?' r. a. I Lt. RoKburg Lr.
7 4' . w. I Ar. - San Frmr.ciwo Lr.
,vw P. M. I Ar. OgdcB Ar. 1:10 f. M.
:(. M. I Ar teuvr I.t. I S: V. M.
6 i A. M. I Ar. Omaha Ar. j s 50 A. M.
15 V. M. I Ar. CUkgo Lv. f M I'. M.
7.00 A. M. i Ar. Lew Angik-s I F. M.
:1 V. M. j Ar. LI l'ao Ar. S Y. -M.
4 UP. M. I Ar.fort Worth Ar. I :0A. M.
7:mA. M. I Ar. N-fW Orleans Ar I t) r. M.
Dinlnic Cars Observation Car.
Pullman fiift.clat ami loor.nt can attached
lo ail t raiila.
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.!;
Heburf nail Daily.
-20 r. m.
4 air. a
7 30 a.
I'orralUs Mail Da.lj (Except condar).
pounded Day au l Night
7: jo a. K.
11 tea. a.
I At Albans and CorraUU connect with traina
, oi Corvaliia a Eaalero railroad.
I ludi pendtnee Paengcr Daily (except nndaj)
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 rve 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.
V. w. rAKi tu., uroters. j
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0, 8. Senators...
Secretary of 8tale
i.W. M Bri
iThot. M Tmu
Supt. Pub. Iaalruclion
If. A. Monriy
V. i. Irtl.Mr
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J. B. Arkrmaa
.1.B. K. Blaek bora
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BKCOKD JOOICLal. DISTB1CT.
indge......... J. W. HamfloS
Proaecating Altornei Geo. M. Brow a
e. s. laud ornca, aotsacaa.
Recti rer . Unry Btotb
EeKiater I. T. Briars
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v. a. VI ATB IB SCBIAU.-
Senator A. W. Seed
-epreacnlatiTta )w. W. KUwn
II. W. Conn
herir. R L. Stepbtaa
rreaaurer G. W. bimmiek
ajaeaaor ... n. . uuieue
. .Dr. E. V. Uoorer
Taos. Hail ik
H. W Mil er
I. Y. rWKer
4th Ward. .
citt or acxescao.
A. C. Marstns
F P Brow a
0. W. Parks
(P. W. Benton
" JW. K. W litis
I A. Fields -.
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citt tovacu. asxTiB.
Tbe Cunvmon Council of the rttjr o4 BoMban
meeu tbe brtt MoimIst m
o clock p. m.
The Circuit Court for Dona-las Couatv aissta
three times a year as follows: Tbe 3d Hiai
day in March, the 4tb Muaday in Jon, and im
lat Monday in December. J. w. HiailM al
Koaeburg jmige. Geo. ML Brown, ol BoseMua.
proaeeauog aiunuey. -
County Coort meets tbe 1st ardnewlsy 1
the 1st Monday of January, March, May. July.
September and Norember, Jua. Lion. t
Drain, judge; M. l. Thompao of Soutisbqi
and Jaa. B ion, of Olalla. eommusionera.
Probate Court is in Miian eontiaMlT. Jo
QUMMOIX HE JACKSOX,
Atturnvy and Counsvllor-at Law.
Mining Law aud W'atrr .light mad
Mamtcrs Bid. RUfeEBCKG.OKlLfS
Q.EH1XJE M. BROWX,
Booms 7 and S
Taylor a Wilson Block. KOtjXBt KG. V
B. COXHLEB. C. U. MARKUAM.
Manager. U. E. Pass. A genu
Dirvr-t cvnotiniwn at !an Franelsco with
vteamabip lines for Ua aii. Japan, China. Tbe
Pbulipmna. aod Auslraha.
rortnrourn tiraeuaau rates can on or aa-
Taylor a W Uaon Blk.
dtvn L. B.
MOORK ARtnt or V. C. LONDON",
11 1 rid ma
Attorney and Counselor at Laar,
Will nraetia. ia an ta mart of ta Rtt. fja.
tes im Marsters Ba-ding. Deaglaa eammty. Or.
-Steak: Line of the WerU"
Tbe Favorite TranEcontinenUl Uouta
Between tbe Northwest and all
Choice of Two Routes
Through tbe Famous
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Rontee East
ol Pueblo and Denver.
All Passeusers granted a Jar stop-over
in the Mormon Capital or anywhere be
taeen 0en and LVnver. Pereonallv
condocted Tourist Excursions three days
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City, .
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
Bishop Vincent 011 "That
Sigsbee's Daughter Dead.
Xw Voiik, Sept. 20. Captain Chss.
D. iSigsbco left his vessel, tho battleship
Texas, which is at anchor with the rest
oi the fleet iu the bay, and started fur
Uehobetn Beach, Del., having received a
telegram from tbat place announcing
tbat bis daughter, Ethel bad died sud
denl of heart disease.
Prosperity for the Indians.
W. C. Elliot, th government survey
or, who with a corps of rssistsnta has
been running government lines to Klam
ath county most of the summer, has
completed bis work and Saturday left for
Mr, Elliott has run n hat is known as
the treaty Hues around the whole Indian
reservation. Tbe treaty was made in
1S05 by the government with, tbe In
dians, and ratitied in 1S70. Through
some niiscouceptiou, however, what are
called the ''excluded lands" were squat
ted upon by settlers.
According to the survey just completed
by .Mr. Elliot theao excluded lands
amount to SCO, 000 acres, and Uncle Sam
will pay the Indians DO rents an acre for
them. This means the distribution of
nearly a half million of dollars among
them in tho near future.
One Oregon pioneer has left a double
inouuuieut to bis name, Eugene Skinner
for after him is named one of tbe pret
tieet cities in tbe state, Eugene, and one
Tbe large Dangeoess coal wine in 1 of tbe most imposing buitei, Skinner's.
est Virginia, which has been lying! Mrs. Skinner did the christening says
idle for two years, resumed today. the Albany Democrat.
The Peudleton Kaet Orejouiun (ells
about a farmer delivering nearlo 12,000
pounds of w heit at the Peudletou ware'
house with one team, and at ouo load
That team though, comisted of eight
horuea and three wagons, two of them
trailiug. There were IK) sacks weighing
130 pounds cadi,
Speaking of High Grade Wheels!
While we Lave Imperials at and $50 our $35 wheel is just as
UKiH (.RAiEEscur fSO t ce. tbe difference beiDg simply in tbe finish
Tbe above mentioned wheels are just as bigh grade as any wheel
iu tbe market sud NONE is (superior in material or tnecbauisuj.
Tbe oldest wheels cow in ot-e in tbe c ty are Imperials. These
wheels have been in con6teDt use siDce 18'J
,,T. K. RICHARDSON.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
We have a complete line of
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
FRESH AND TROPICAL FRUITS,
VEGETABLES, ETC., . (
Which will please you in both quality and i
Price. Giv e us a Call. &
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK.
Any Job Work done at
f easonable Rates.
Undertaker1 mi Emhalmer1.
For Tickets and anv Inkrmaliou Re-
gaidiog Rates, Routes, etc., or fur IH
scnplive Advertising Matter, call on
Agents.ol Oregon Railway & navigation
Co., Orecon Short Line or Southern
f. K HOOPER,
Geueral Pass fc Ticket Agent,
li C. XICHOL,
General A sent,
251 Wash St. PoitlandOr
Roseburg p. O. Hours.
Week days. 0:30 a. m. to S p. m
days and holidays, 0:30 to 9:00
aud 5 :30 to 7 :30 p. ui.
Roseburg to Maisbfield Departs ev
ery day at 0 a. m.; arrives every 0:0m
Koseburg lo Mvitle Point. IVpurt
every day at l a. n ; arrives eve
KoFOOUr to .Millwnoi! ivpaiiH eer
day except Sundatsai 7 a.m.; arrlw
every day except Sundays t 4 :t i n
Roebiirg to Peel iVpait "daiy, ( 1
cent Sun. lav) at 7 a. m : a'tiv.. ,U;lv
(evcept Sundatl at 3 i
Roehiirg t l.nrley IV.iIk Tue--
days anl rrulttv ul 1 p. m. ; .iT.ves
Tuen!as snd Fi'l8 at II ::?
If you 6uffer friu lemU-rnem or !nll
nees on the litiht side, piitm nnd
shoulder blade, cotidtipmion, lititni8i. t-,
sick head.ichc and foel dall, he.tvy and
sleepy yt livr is torpid id toiiKestel.
DeWiit's Little Early Uiteis will core
you promptly, pleitiit!y and perma
nently ly removing tho cm gratioti and
causing the bile ducts to open and flow
naturally, tiiky ark hood pills.
BA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
Roobm 1 and 2
Attorney at Law,
Rooms Ui, Marsters Bldx, HOSXBUKO, OS.
aaBuaiDcss before Um C. 3. LaaU Office a4
cases a special;;.
Lata KeceiTer V. 8. Laad Ofllea.
JA. BUCHANAN, Notary Public.
Collections a Specialty.
telephone So. 4.
yTRA. BROWN, M. D.
OFFIC-, 309 Jackson Street, at rvs
idence ol Urs. J. BiUer.
Physcian & Surgeon
Qllics Pwt Cilice EM.
rnone, .vatu . 1.
TJOSKBCRU DIVISION SO 476. B. OF L.
aV mevta .Terr second and fourth Sundar.
IVJOMKN'S RKUEF CO-PS KO. 10, It KITS
' first and luird Fridars in each KtoaUt.
REN O POST. KO. , Q. A. R.. If KITS TH1
first sad third Thursdays ol each mouth,
at t p. m.
ALPHA LODGE, NO. 47. E. OP P.. HUT
everr WednesdsT eTenina at Odd Fallows
Ball. Vlxitinc KniKhts
lla-j invited lo attend.
iu good Han ding cost
LAUREL I.OIHifi, A. F. k A. M., RJEUCLAR
meetingk the i& and iih Weduesdajs ia
each month. '
El GESE.U PARROTT W. M.
N.T. Jiwstt, S ecy.
KOtfKBCRH CHAPTER. SO. 8. 0. K. 3..M--TB
the tir-t and third Thursdays oi each
UBB1E COSHOW.W M.
MAI DE RAST, Sec y.
MODERN W OODMEN OK AMERICA. MEET,
ou tint ami Ilili.l Tuosdar of each month
in the old Masonic boll.
It. V. MtLLkS, V.
II. L. Mvkstkr.s Clerk.
IVOODVES OF THE WORt-D. Oak Cama
V x. nxt l the Odd Fellows' Hail
in Kici'Utv. t'vi'ry 1st, :rvl aud 5th MuadaT
ovenins. Vniiiu neighbors alwsvs wvlcwme
0. 1". Cosaow, c. C.
V.C LiM0l, Clerk.
PHILETARIAS l.OGK. NO. S, L O. O. P.
meets Satunlaj evening of eacn week al
their hull in Odd Fellow Temple at Rosebura.
MeroiH-rol tV.e order iu exd standing arainTit
Hi to attend. B W. stTROSO, N. O
N. T. Jswktt, Scc'y. D. S. VsT.
P.O. KI.KS, KOSEBIKU LODt-iK. SO.JM,
holl their mriilar i-viiimiiiiK'aiii'na at ths
t O. t. V. liall "li M-voud aud fourth IhuradaT
if oai li uiopth. All nii'mW-r teticUd to at
tend nxnlitrly. aud all visitiug brothers cor
Jitilly invited to Kltt'ttd.
t'H.. 1.. H AlllKV, K.R
III A V. UHlil.K. Seeretary.
ROSEBCR'i I.OIHiF, NO. W. A. O. V. W.
n't fhr widoiI and fourth Mondays oi
vh month at 7:.) p. in. at Odd Fellows hll
MrolMt"f the order (u fiwd atanding are i
riltd t attend.
F. W. RoajJS,
D . Waal.