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No better field thai Smtbera Ore
goo; no better mediant Uiroagh which
Executed oa abort notica at artee
cooaittcat with gaad worh. -
ROSEBURG, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1899.
Filipinos Give Up fourteen Amer
NO TIDINGS fROM GILMORE.
Prisoners Were Well Treated. Fill
pioos Tired of War, but Will not
Manila, &pl. SO. Fourteen American
prisoners, all enlisted soldiers, have been
delivered op by the Filipinos. It is re
ported from II) Ilo that the inenrgents
bars arrested Yiarayao, a general, charg
ing him with being a traitor. Tribal
discord, it is added, is growing. Many
bel soldiers have revolted. Many Eu
- opean .prisoners are escaping in the
meanwhile. The prisoners unanimously
praised their treatment. One man said :
Vs were given the best tbe country
evflordctl fine hoaees for garters, ser
.Grants, good food, plenty of vine aud a
money allowance. Agaioa'ido visited us
and shook hands. Three of tbe boys re
fused to shake hands with him. Major
Ortes said frankly that they were very
tired of the war, bnt they decline to say
hat proposals they bring.
BRADY TO tlKURNDEK MINDANAO.
Wamuni.tok, Sept. 30. The war de
partment has received tbe following
from Manila: "Adjutant-general, "Vaeh
ington Communication dated ;Septem-
bar IS, from General Garcia, command-
ins- all tho insurgent troops in Eastern !
Mindanao, expressed deeire to turn !
the country over to the United States j
and to surrender the ioEnnjent army."
EEBKLb TIKKD OF WAR
Though small importance is attached
to their judgment, they agree on saying being on fire in the roof . This was soon J by tbu all these bono.-, after one an
that ths Filipinos all say that they "arc pot oul however, and the progress of the 1 other '.hat beiuti.ul cup. freedom of
tired of the war, but will fiht for inde-
jxjndenca to the last." The released .
oldiers alsjsay the idea of iDilepenJ-j
encebas taken a firm ho!d on the Fiii-,
pinos, and . tbey threaten, if corqnered, j
to exterminate me Ameiwcan uy asae-
BorgUrs Pleaded Guilty.
T Cocjciujj City, Orn Sept. 25. Circuit
court was convened this morning by
tadge Hamilton. The term will bj a
I hortone, probably not lasting more
than this week. Tbe most important
. canal ware those of El White and
Xbooaaa Drew, for burglary of Loreoz's
i - stars ia this city last December. Both
pbaded guilty, and will be sentenced j
Charles Nosier also pleaded guilty to
Um charge of perjury in connection
with the cases against Drew and White.
' MAKSiiriKLD, Or., Sept. 28. In the
circuit court yesterday. El White,
Thomas Drew and Cbarles Nosier were
sentenced to fifteen, five and four
years respectively in the penitentiary,
all three having pleaded gnilty. Nosier
is a relative of White and was convicted)
of perjury in trying to prove an alibi
favorable to While.
Circuit court adjourned today, after
oceot the shortest terms for many
Farmer hound Dead.
TTawrojr, Or., Sept. 27. Georga Koh
wer, 37 years old, a farmer living on
Dry creek, four miles from Weston, was
found dead In hia' bed Snnday evening,
He bad not been feeling weli, and sent a
messenger t town after a bottle of
brandy.' When the latter returned Roh
wer was dead. Deceased left farm
property worth more than f 10.090. He
liyed alone, and was considered an ec
centric character. Laat fll his bonss
was destroyed by fire and he moed in-
tn hia woodshed. His mode of hie was
not coodacive to h6slib, and a cold led
to his death. He left no family. A
brother residing in Nebraska is his only
Grants Pass lelon Crop.
;my-r pass. hert. 2S. 1. 1. ie
loaded bis 13tn carload of meloos yester-
.day. and J. Christie end U. A. N. Key-
mere compieiea iur xow -...-u.
their 13th carload.
'Both Tjartiea expect to have one or two
jnore carloads, bnt tbe season w ill be
uded by October 1. Although the
season was late, the melons have been
cf fine size and ilivor, and the price has
, satisfactory. The last few car-
j- " have contained a large number
famous Rogue riyer caeabas.
S l?e. . -ntpot of melons has been 50
Tne toUl t , t,.M that of agl vear
per cent morv be 6ort preeent
tbe apple aop -,,0,boala quarter
indications po.ntiL ke . tceilenU
ot ajormal crop, lu
"W-fcf T zhnr t&TS
' T nrxUs Ti,r-s "
3. L,OVCly 1 2Ce
, . .
There is nothing more
ple&sing to look upon thdtl a
hearty, ruddy face, gained by
honest ton. iney are tne
saving of the nation, these
toilers of both sexes, strua-
nitnn fn lailw hrrza .
9W blood mikes them Hie io keep vp
it r T f r 1 .1 1
ine aAuv rotma or cui v i nume, snvn or
4nr It ihr hlnnrl hat a fatri cir lm-
parity, or a run demn feeling comes on,
the one remedy is Hood" s Szrs3.par$li.,
America's Grctiest Medicine for the blood.
Poor Blood "ffy blood tvas so
poor thii in hottest tuesdher I feli cold.
Hood's StrsipArHU nude me wirm. 11 is
the right thing in the right place. Hiitie
J. Taylor, Woodstown, N. J.
curr liter I lift ; tbr lion U rltfttliig fciid
to titke Willi lltxxl Huruimiiiuii
A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.
Urants Pass Partly Burned up-Heavy
Damages by Fire Which Started
in the Palace Hotel.
Just ns the people of Grants l'ass were
ready to eat their o'inner Friday the
alarm of fire was piven and hundreds
rushed to the .vni. The front part of
tbe Palace hotel was all ablaza and a
heavy wind from the west fanned the
flames until they reached high up in the
The firemen were quickly on tbe
grounds bnt the fore part of the Palace
was all ablaze before water could be
Tbe water was turned on the buildiug
across the street occupied by Blake, bnt
tbe wind soon drove tho tire men back
and fire spread to thin wooden structure.
The wooden building next to Fetscb's
etore in the brick of Kiddle & Son was
partly torn away but the flames were so
hot and ma 63 high that tbe brick soon
caught from the roof.
Panic was now at its heighth and the
goods were being removed from tbe
stores along front btreet as rapidly as
possible. The general feeling being that
it couid not be stopped short of Sixth
Tbe fire was no' gaining way in the
wooden huildings buck of the bricks.
Two warehouses used by T. B. Cornell
took fire and made almost as large a
blase as that of the Palace. This di
rected the atteution of tbe firemen from
both front and back ends of tbe Front
street buildings. Wolke'e corrugated
iron jwarebcus. whs soon on fire and
from this I ho two story warehouse back
of the Hair-Kiddle Hardware Co.'s store
caugbt uud ma.le a not tiro at
ena 01 lue "nets oi rrom sireei. lue 1
blacksmitu etiop ot Sm:ln Uook was
oiacasmitu enop 01 smsin cook was .oro
taway and tlis settled the danger ol
brick and the Jewell & Fry brick, both
All the s:reeta were lined with inen,jt;QD. 1 cannot fsj vhst 1 want to, hut
moet of them doing everything possible ; speaking for mjself and the gallaut
,0 get g00j8 out 0f tbe way of tbe flames. Lquairon I had ths houor la cu.mand
jhe streets presented a most distressing 1 at Manila, I tbank you from the bottom
tpectacle. Gpods piled high upon the I
tide walks and in the streets. Most of
two thirds their value.
The firemen did good work and there
was plenty of water in the reservoir bnt
tbe lack of hose was a serious drawback,
bat none should complain as everything
possible under tbe circumstances was
done and only good bird work and water
saved tbe balance of tbe town.
It was about 2:10 p. m. before the fire
was under control an j tbe minua were
positions about tbe
streets to look after the goods piled up on
Ths west end of tbe fire was stopped
by tearing out tbe building occupied by
St. Louis and making a good gap be
tween tbe fire and Wade'a grocery store.
It is very baid to estimate the loss.
G. W. Colvig thinks a rough estimate
would be $100,000 with about $50,000 in
surance. As near as we can learn the losses are :
Herbert Smith's Racket store $3000,
insurance $3UOJ. ill re-open as soon
Dixon & McCroskey, goods greatly
damaged by water, smoke and heat.
Covered by insurance. Tbe building al
so insured sufficient for repairs.
A Lempke, insurance $1000, no esti
mate on loss.
W. E. Mallory carried $300 insurance
on his barber shop but cannot estimate
the loss yet.
The Palace hotel lost about $7000 with
T. B. Cornell loss 5000 to $0000, in
surance $1000. Us bad juet received a
car-load of flour.
Riddle & Son's building occupied by
Fetech'e clothing store, loss about $ 2500
F. Fetich & Co.. aro heavy looeers
carrying no insurance on a $5000 or
$6000 stock, part of which was carried
out of range of the fire.
H. E. Smith's building occupied by B
McArthnr, no insurance.
B. McArthnr, loss about $200 to $250
Most of.'goods being carried ont. Cov
ereu wim iuouiu.
Scott Griffin, bss $700, insurance $300,
c gt LoniB( inguraDce 400.
xrM insnrnc 500.
Judze Drawer's law books aod oike
was damaged a good deal in moving
them away. No insurance.
Everything is in confusion yet and the
real damage done will, not be known for
J. L. Scott's building, occupied by
Cornell, Smith and Dean, loss about
$2500, insurance $1500.
Joseph Wolke, loss cf warehouse and
damage by water about $3500, no insur-
Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.. loss of
, K00d ta wareb.0uBe back of store about
j $3000, with 1250 insurance.
J. G. Schmidt, the cigar factory, loss
. removal of goods covered by insur-
I'juoun' Grocery Company damage
by water pcrapB t200, , , . . ,
tu ' nn -uerous lueses of which
, enable to learn the
1 'AadBi in- these are Pad
a unnn.i.h.n.i more restaurant,
"""" ' . , ,
1 t Yninn Smith & S.,v,ert
I latter firmlcarried $400 insurance, t .
i it. Til I -1 , tntal InRfl. . '
i . Diane biluudi.
Dean, damaged in moving, consiaerao.
loss, with insurance. ieuueiu
insured. Grants Pass Obstrver.
So respectable an opinion as that of
Horace White, editor of tbe New York
evening Post, is that Dewey will accept
the democratic nomination for president,
if it is tendered t j him. and that the
ticket is liable to bo Dewey and Wheel-
AinrirKt nnvijiinir ih uubbimiu u hvm
..r..ViU fTi.f 1'nrtlfl tfor-
3ph dan ilrank a triaps too mncll of
STILL MORE HONORS.
Are Being Heaped Upon Adlmiral
HIS CAPTAINS SHARE HIS f ME
Dewey and Schley Meet. Howison,
Sampson and Schley are
Naw Yohk, Sept. JO. The seoaud day
of New York City's welcome to Ad
miral Dewey opened clear and cod.
Tbe first ceremony performed today was
the presentation of the loving cup to Ad
miral Dewey, by Mayor Van Yyck on
behalf of the city of New York.
City hall park was filled to its utmost
limit with people, who snooted a noisy
welcome as Dewey came io sigh!. In
regard to the demonstrations of yester
day aud last night Diey Slid : "It was
Goveruor Rooaeveli and Seth Low
were among the first to ariive at tbe
city nail for tbe presentation ceremony.
Uear-Admira! Schle, in foil dress, was
the center of attrac'ion. and kept
busy shaking bands with those intro
duced to him. Captain CogMnn came
in and was gree'ed with "Hocli der
Dewey almost hu;gl Schley and
patted Cjghlan on the hack. As Dewey
greeted Schley the crowd sent up cheer
after cheer for "Dewey and Schley."
As soon as the greeting were owr the
mayor u.'gan uis epeec:, pres nun,; me
city s loving cup.
When Mayor ..n Nyck cone ud.d
Dewey replied :
'It would be nuite iiup.ssihle to ex
preM jn words how deeply I am moved
the city, this gnat magnificent recep-
of mv heart
After the formal ceremonies Dewey
went about (baking bands with frirndg.
"Come here all yuu captains." bo said,
addressing naval captains pre. en t.
He tbeu introduced eicb to the audi
ence. "Captain Limbertoa of the Olyin
pia."he cried : "Capuio Wild of the
Boston, CapUin Coghlan of the Ka'eigb;
Captain Dyes of the Baltimore; Captain
Wood of the Petrel ; Captain Walker of
the Concord." When the captains had
all assembled, l.o waved his hands to
ward them, and sail:
"These are the men who did it. These
are the men who ehould in thanked.
Without them I conld do nothing."
After the ceremony the party boarded
the steamer Sindy Hajk and were tiken
Tbe voyage up the river was one con
tinuous ovation. Tne parade started
from Grant'a tomb at 11:15 a. m. A
platoon of police advanced, clearing the
way through thf crowds. Some little
distance before came General Roe, fol
lowed by his statT.
Then came Sousa'e band playing a
spirited air, and behind it a battalliou of
sailors from the Olympia.
Then followed a carriage conUiotDg
Dewey by whose side was sealed the
mayor of tbe city.
In response to the cheers of tbouaind
of spectators the admiral bowed right
and left and appeared greatly pleased at
the warmth of his reception.
Admiral Sampson was cordially re
ceived by the crowd. (Juite demon
stration in honor ol Admiral Scbley was
made and the cheers for him almost
equalled those given for Dewey.
Dewey arrived at the reviewing stand
at 1 :45. Tbe entUoeuFm was tremend
ous. Several times the crowds nearly
broke through tbe pslics lin?s in their
wild endeavor to gat near the admiral.
TllU DEWEY LOVIXO CIT.
The loving cup that is among tbe
numerous gifts presented to oar hero is
the largest and handsomest ever made.
It is taller than tbe admiral and weighs
more than he does. The Dewey cup is
more tbaj six feel higb. Its diameter at
its widest patt is about three feet, and
has a capacity of fifteen gallons, or about
half a barrel. The cup is ovoid in shape
with three handles, a massive three-cornered
ba?u and a dome-ebaped movable
On the ovid body of Jtbe cup there will
be three panels, representing three differ
ent pictures teautilul'y designed and
artistically pioduced in relief ; the first
will be the reproduction of the bittla in
Manila bay. the second Admiral Dewey's
home at Montpelier, Vt., while the third
will represent tbe return and tbs enthu
siastic reception to be tendered the ad
miral at Grant's tomb on Riverside
Tilt: PI.WKY AIK.lt.
New Youk, Kept. 30. Following tho
suggestions that the Dewey arch be
made permanent in marble and bronze,
prominent citizens have joined In a
cause to rear an arch that shall be in
lasting commemoration not only of
Dewey and Manila, but of the heroes
and engagements of the American navy.
Among thotc who have given their as
surance of support are: Ex-Vice-Presi
dent Levi P. Morton, Ex-Secretary Cor
nelius N, Blisu, Ex-Secretary Daniel S.
Lamont, J. Pierpont Morgan, Anson R.
Plower and Jefleison Seligman.
Petit ion b will be circulated in the
chamber vl commerce and stock ex
change and in other prominent business
places. A meeting will be held next
week for organization. Such an arch as
that suggested, it i estimated, will cost
$1,500,000. One of the promoters is said
to have olfcred a check for $50,000.
SHOT HIS WIFE.
Walter Clyatt of Alblna Attempts
Pokti.ami, Sept. 2'.). Walter Clyatt, a
plumber, auu I 31, living at 304 Russell
street, near Uuion avenue, Albina, shot
and killed himself at 1:30 oVlock this
morning. Before taking his life, he
8'iot his wifa in the back of tho head.
She id Bill! alive, b it ihu doctors say
she cauiet lire. I'tio weapja used was
a 32-c.ilibdr revolver.
Jdaloudly i s supposed to have been the
ciiiwoltlie deed. Tuey hid been to
tin expjii'.ioa, and returnel apparently
in goo I spiriti. N'j.rviblM Ki,tm,i t
have existed between them. Clyatt was
a tempjrate man. He hud not been in
the habit of carrying a revjU.r, and no
one knsw t'uit he bad oaa in bis pj3jg
eion. Ths coupl i In 1 retire 1 and were at taa
in the house at the tim?. Tu?r was no
light about the premiss, Tbe ehot at
tracted the aitan'bn t a little gi-l in an
adj i .in,' h lie, m 1 't! ,'iv 1 tha nUr a.
The Nation' Hero.
Weciu'ta'l be in New York to per
sonally swell the immense multitude
that will neiome U10 nati)u'a great na
val ber:, bu. our hearts mnl frtli across
the continent t welcome no !es sincere
and enthusiastic than if it wero voiced
with loud huziii ia the miJt of ths
Djwey went forth lesi than t j veirj
agoanavil ollijer ur,k'ua uti aid of
naval circles, outrauked by many: ho re
turns wiih the record of hivirg w n in a
single dy th) wos: .n ryeljns a id m -mentous
naval vie ory in t!.c wo-ll'e
For this the in iia a lmirs aida-
! plauds him, but it Ijvsj liin.i-), te
Cause of his sim.ilfl. ti it;jrwr
American manhoxl. !l- is-.i'i epoiled
byl.is griil icc Us ts ti9 rame
quiet, pirlii'it , felf-reh j:it, tboruugh
The country never hal an opprtuulty
of welcoming such a hrj iefjre, and
prohibit never will hitealiki oppor
tunity atin; hence it is not straoge
that mill'j'H ara c owdia j into the great
American arf'rj.Hjlis lj grei bin;
hence it is prop -r iiit from every sec
tion and corner ti tha cj'jutry a wel
come should wa.'ui all liejrts, and a glad
greeting be extended and expreed.
Filipinos Will Make Good Americans.
Mi. nmi;, Ind., Sept. 2. At t.e an
noal meeting of tbe Delaware County
Veterans' Association, a letter recently
received by a member of the organiza
tion from General Ltwton, division
commander in tbe Philippines, was read.
Tbe letter in rart eae:
"This is a beautiful couutry and the
people in my opinion are not halt 60 bad
as tbey are sometn.es pictured. Cen
turies ol bad government and bid treat
ment have made them suspicious, and it
will be tome time before we cm per
euade them that we are not here for the
purpose of robbing them and making
hem slaves. As soon as they are as
tared cf our good will and intentions,
and we are able to thow them by exam
ple that we mean only for thMr good and
welfare, I think ws will ficd the Fili
pinos as good AiiiCrii acs as any of our
Sas Fhasu m.:; Sept. 57. The boiler
makers who yuit work on the govern
ment transports last week on account of
the notification from their employers
that tbey would be re-juirfd to work
nine hours prr day, inft-al of eight
as they had previously been doing, and
all the men employe! at buil-r-mking
in the Risdon and Fultcn (hop?, who
wa ked ont this week in sympathy with
the strikers, ara ttill ont.
Ti.e men are determined :o hold jt for
thu eight-hour woiklay anl double pay
for overtime, these being the terms
eranted tbem by the federal law on all
Cuba seems to ha "paciued"; no news
from that once ucwsv inland but OLce a
Senator Foraker has "'come out" in
favor of expansion. He hated to, but
couldn't help it.
The promotion to tho grade of 1 ear
admiral of Captain A. H. McCwmick,
commandant of the Washiogton navy
y8rd, was annouueed at the navy de
partment last Thursday.
Some of thoee Alaska corporations will
be eeadiug out the story shortly that the
recent earlhqmko up there throw mil
lions of tons of gold out on the terminus
of their steamboat lines.
The threatened boycott of the French
fair next year will not materialize.
Theorize and tulutter aa much as we
may about the inconsistency and ridicu
lousness of it, the pardon of Dreyfus
took the wind cut of tho anti-exposition
sails ; and now wo'il all go to gay Taree
just tbe same as if there had never been
Thousands of Sheep.
l'tNULtioN, ;pt. 27. Ed Fortner, of
Priusvillo, arrived Ulay with 1U ,0W
sheep for Eastern shipment. Tbe ehe?p
aro from Crook county, and came
throuh in Hue nhapi. 1 hey were de
livered to James Wright, tho Kaatern
!mvr. Mr. Wriuht will ehii-oOdi) more
from here iu a fo d lye.
Mr. Fortner bUIo i that thti conditions
affecting the sheep and cuttle interest
in PrinAvilla and Crook county ure
highly satiflficlory to growers. Prices
are hiiih. and the demand is strong for
all claiiscs id woolproducers. The
wnathur nnd untua condition" arj gnd.
T m. t . -
fNew More I
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
There is a Quality
jaoiui: our Drugs
buy in small quantities, and buy frequently,
therefore we always have a Fresh Stock of J
Full Standard Streugth Drugs.
Our aim is for Quality, and we hit the mark
The merits of our
have built up a
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
pounded Day and Night.
his is the
C. W. PARKS
Speaking of High
While we Lave Imperials at 35 nnd $50 onr $35 wheel is just as
high or ai E es ctir $50 cue. tbe difference being simply ia tbe finish
The above mentioned wheels ore just as high grade as any wheel
m the market and NONE is snperior in material or mechanism.
The oldest wheels bow iu ns in the cty are Imperials. These
wheels Lave beeD iD constant nse since lS'J'i
J. K. RICHARDSON.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
We have a complete line of
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
FRESH AND TROPICAL FRUITS,
Which will please you in both quality and
Price. Give us a Call.
f easonable Rates -
permanent patronage. We
large trade in this line.
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.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers.
Undertaei1 end Embalmei1.
A Complete lir e ol
now on hand.
Ladies Drees Goods, Ribbon, Trim
mings, Laces, Etc., Etc.,
Also a fine line of-
of the best qaality and latest style.
Staple and 1'aucy
Wood, Willow, aud Glassware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also 03
band and at prices to soil the
An op to date lice of
H. G. STANTON.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co.
tipini tniaa Imt. PartUaS Sailr.
TOor. . ILv.
r.u. I Lt.
7 4-4 . 1 Ar.
Ban FracciMO Lt
5 CO P.M. I Ar. Oirden Ar. 1:10 P.M.
S.lij P. M. Ar Dnrn Lr. I S:iS P. M.
6 f A.M. Ar. Omaha Ar. f a SO A. M.
S 15 P.M. Ar. Chicago Lt. I P. M.
7 00 A. M. Ar. Lo Angeles ! 2i P. M.
SIS P.M. Ar, El Pao Ar. IMP. H.
4:15P.M. Ar. Fort Worth Ar. I S 40 A.M.
7:UA,M. I Ar. Kew Orleaoa Ar &.40 P. M.
DinlnK Cars OtMcrratton Crs.
Pullman Srat :claia and toar.ft can attached
to all uatdi.
Kevehnrc 71 all Da.il r
-r. a. !
i Jd r. a
7 30 4.
Corrailis Mail Daily (Except eundayX.
4 m r. a
11 S a. U.
At Albanj and CorraUia connect with train
nl CorraUia A Eaaiern railroad.
Independence Pasnengvt Daily (except nnday)
- Portland -
4 Va. .
so r. .
. KOEHUtR. C 1L MARKUAM,
Manager. U. K. A Paaa. Ar-r t
Direct connection at San Franc Wo with
tteamahlp luies f'r Hawaii, Japan, China. The
niuippinM ana 4Dir.;a.
Fur through tlrketa and ralct call on or ad-
drexL. B. MOORE Agent or V. V. LONDON',
"Svcnk Line of tt W.rid"
The Favorite Transcontinental Konte
Between tbe Northwest and all
Choice of Two Routes
Through the Famoaa
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Routes East
ol Foeblo and Denver.
AH Passengers granted a day e'op-over
in the Mormon Cai-ital or anvahere
ween Oi:Jen and Denver. Personally
contacted Tourift Eicar? ions tbre dys
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets an.l any Information Re
garding: Rates, Routes, etc., or k-r Pe
ectiDtive Advertisinir Mutter, call cn
Agents oi Oregon Railway A avi)ation
Co.. Oreson hort Line or Southern
S. K HOOPER,
General Pass & Ticket Agent,
R. C. MCllOL.
251 Wash tt. rottlaud Or.
Roseburz P. O. Hours.
Week davs. 6:S0 a. m. to S p. ni. Sun
days and boliitate, U:30 to 0:00 a. ni.
and 5:30 to 7:30 p. m.
Roseburu to MarahQoM Deatt9 ev
ery day at 6 a. in.: arrivtra every mom-
Roseburg to Myrtle IVin.:. I)epat
every day at o a. m ; arrives every
Rofeburg to Miilwoo-.. Depart fvnr
day except Sundtnsai 7 a. in.; arnvi-c
every day except Sundays at 4:15 ..
Roseburg to Peel Departs Idaily, (ex
cept bun. lav) at 7 a, m ; arises tia:iv.
(evcept Sunditv 1 at 3 p "i
Roeebur to Lurlev IVpnrts Tues
days and Fridms h! 1 p. m.; arrives
Tuce!a8 and Fii.t:i at 11 ::i) a. m.
II you Buffer from tendernef r fuil
uege on the rlsht side, piin undr
shoulder blade, conetipstion, biliousness,
sick headache and fcul dull, be-vv and
sleepy yonr liver is torpid androni;ested.
DeWiit's Little Euly RiEefS will cure
you promptly, pleasantly and perma
nently by removing llie cor-gcaiion ard
causing the bile ducts to open and flow
naturally, tbey 4Ri good tills.
A.O, MAI.STV.HR A CO.
iEGUSTOM MADE CL0
r.i'ti 1" r iTiy'-n i
tats or oaaaoH.
. . t j,rph 8tSa.
iTnoa. H Toafii
.M. A. Uoeay
Secrelary of blate
Supt. Pub. Instruction.
F. I. wlr
C S. VMS
J. H. ArktTBta
. .W. H. Lail
D R. N. Blatkbnr
dnpremeJadtrea.. . ic. X. Wolrarawa
iR. 8. Beaa
icokd jrniciai Dirraicr.
udge J. W. HafTtej
Proaeculing Attorney Geo. M. BTwwa
d. a. laud orrita, Boasaca.
ReCeWer Henrr llaAA
aegifter J. T. Brtdgwa
A. W. X4Ca
i. " . t nnaawn
- .,, w. w. wi:
R U Stephaaa
O. W. Dimatlek
H. B. GiUetat
. Jn. Lyowa
KntT.ynr . .,, , ,
Dr. X. V. Eoora
-D- T. nahr
air or aoaaarM.
Mayor . .
A C. ViffMt
w. a. inter
IF T Brown
C. W. Pwrka -.
IF W. Becnaa
W. R. US(
' (B.C. Eloenn
b- a West
4th Ward. .
,,, .beo. Catwf
f. W. DiliaSd
citt foturiL aixTino.
The Co a men Council of tbe dtr of So
mreia tow nm ncDClj in raca
ctoca p. m.
The Circuit Court for Donz'.aa Coaatr art
three timca a Tear u follows: Thm aa va
dj in March, the 4th Monday in Jane, ia.
ut Monday 10 Ixtxmber. J. W. HamliMat
aonebar' ju.le. Geo. M. Brown, of Kowbaja.
County Court meeta the lal MtBealaT a5
tbe it Monday of Jasuary, March, May, Ally.
September and NoTembex, Jo. Ljob. U
Itniu. lodge; M. D. Thorn Moa of aeottahuv
and Jaa. Bvron, of Olala. eomialMionerm.
Probata (Joan ia In hbuii nmUintiHiT. 7nA
IOMMODORE S. JACKS05,
Attorney and Countllr at Law.
Mining Law and Water Rights nae
Marter Bid. ROblBCRS. uaTaint
j.EKOGE M. BROWS,
Attorne y-at-Law ,
Eooma 7 and t
Taylor A Wilaon Block.
RA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
Taylor Wilton Bik.
Room. 1 au-i 2
ROSEBI RO. ORZQUM
W B. W1LLI3,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
WSl peaetiee ia all the court at the State, 'a.
lea ia Manten Bailding. Domxta. eawary. Oa.
Attorney at Law,
Roomt 1 A I. Manters Bide, B06XBCRO. OB.
fa9Bosine before th. C. a. Land OOr. a4
mining caac a specialty.
Late ReeeiTar C. & Land OC.
JA bUCIIANAX. Norury Public.
Collections a Specialty.
o m. HAJ&BY,
Telephone So. 4.
?RA BROWN, M, D.
OFFICE, 309 Jackson Street, at res
idence of Mn. J. Bitaer.
QH.GtO. K. IIOUCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
Ct5.e Post CfEce Bid.
l'hi ne, Mainil.
RORBl'KQ UIVISIOS XO CC B, OF L. IV,
f-very rcoitd and liinu Saoday.
ll-OMKN-S RtLIEF CXJK.PS NO. 10, XKBT
vv first and n.trd Friday, in each moots.
r kso pot-T, sa , e. a. r.. m kits twu
fv first a l third Thuidj of each atoath,
at 1 ii. m.
AIJHA tOlViK. So. 47. K. OF P.,
every vdiiriT eTutr.( at Odd
Hall. Vl'iUnv vi ihu
la rd .taadla eo
LACRK! Ui:l. a. r. a a. m . rigclab
inn tt". . ma 3d and 4lh WrdnmiarB la
''CSK U I'ARROTT W. M.
T OaKr Ri. HAlTr.R, SO. K. O K.B.. M UTI
1 v th tirt ami thinl Th';iT l
MAfl'K K..-T, tw'y.
MUDKKS WOODMEN OF AMERICA. MEET
itn fir-l and fhinl Ir.-Bj.r ni f.ch aiontll
tu the iild Maonic ha I.
II. w. Miller, V.
It. I- Makstcbs, Llcrk.
V v.. i.
F THE WORLD. Oak
:s ! lb.' Odd Fellows' Bi
n KoM'oiirv m:y l-t. .(r.1 and Ala Monday
vi nini!. Vi- i.'.X'K nt-iglibora always weleoms
O. V. CWHOV, t.".C.
V.O London, Clerk.
pHILETARIAS LOuOK. NO. , I. O. O. T.
mt-et !Stnr)T eyenlna; of each week at
th.-ir ball in OM bellow Vemi.le at Rowbara.
Mcnl'nb(.t tii- onler tu roivl lan1in. re ln.lv
.1 t.i:c-.t U. W. t-TROMi. N. O
N. T. Jkwftt, Scc't. D. . Wbst.
P.O. ELKS. ROSKBIKO LODGE. Natt,
hold thr;r regular coinutunicationa at th
I O. O. F. hall on tcv.uid and fourth Thumlay
t each uioi'th. Ail merahrra reuclcd to at
lenil rvKj!arlr. and all Ti.Mting brotbera cor
jiall v invited lo aitml
fllAS. !.. HUHEY.S. R
IR.A . U'l'Dl E. V'ccrvtary.
! 1 1
ROfcEBUKU LOIH.K, NO. US, A. O. C. W.
mecta Ibr wml aud fourth Mondaya el
wh mouth t 7:SO j. m. at Odd Fellowa hall
Mtnih4-iii ol th order tn ncl Maodina at tt.
tiled to attend.
D. 8, Waat.
i F. W. Roach Financial,
Iterorder. . .