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ROSEBURG, OREGON, .MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1899.
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BATTLE AT GUNC0E.
British Troops Route Nine Thou
flYE BIG GINS C4PTIRLD.
British Commander General Symons
florUtly AVounded Boers Consid
London, Oct. 0. War office received
the following official dispatch from Lady
stnith, filed at 3:30 this afternoon:
"This from Ulencoc AVe were at
tacked this morning at daylight by a
force roughly estimated at 4000. They
bad placed four or five guns in position
on a hill 5400 yards east of cur camp,
and titer fired plugged shells. Their ar
tillery did tio damage. Our infantry
fotosedfur attack, and we got our guns
into position. After the position of the
eti'-wjf rtjaj been shelled, out infantry
advoncwd to attack, and alter hard
fighting, laatioft until 1:30 p. ui., the al
most inacc-ssible' position was tlcr,
the fneiny retiring eastward. All the
Boer tuns w;re captored.
"We can tee the soldiers at the top of
the bill. Our cavalry and artillery are
till rvit. ir.erat rontons is Fav.ralv
wounded. Our !os are heavy. They
will be tel "graphed as sxn as poest
Losin, Oct. 20. A di-tatch from
Glencx; camp says Sir William ymots
wa wounded in the ttomacb. Utneral
Gate has aesnmed emmand,
LoyooK, Oc'. 20. It is feared Sir
William Symond'a wound will rove fa-1
tat. It is reported in the house of coin
toons this evening that the British cap
tmed 17 guns at Giencoe and that their
cavalry is e: i'l pursuing the fleeing
Burghers. , f
KVSIOXS Btl-OKTKU UkAD
Londdx, Oct. 21. A late edition cf the
Pall Mall Gazette anncnacrd ihe death
of General Symons, but this report,' hse
not been con5im:d. f
BOtK AKXY TRAPPED.
Lomk'S, Oct. 20. The Daily News'
Cape Town correspondent eiys : .
It is rumored tBat news has reached
Deax Junction that the Boers attacked
Maleking in force, but were repulsed.
The defenders, seeing the enemy retreat
ing, pursued tnem for some distance.
Then a feint was made and they com
'meoeed to letireonthe town, allowing
themeelTes to be driven in by the Boers,
who, eager to retrieve their petition,
again advanced to the attack and were
drawn over the lyddite mines laid for
the defense ol the town. It is rumored
that 1590 Boers were killed by the ex
plosion.' HOP MEN TO COMBINE.
To Protect Their Interests in Matter
. Woodbcbs, Or., Ojt. 18. On s call
honed by tbe Biltevi'.Ie Hopgrjwers' As
aociatkm, about 200(hoi men from Clacka
runraria, Wa?Lia.ton and Yamhill
coaut-tJ tfcit in Eemirgton's theater to
day to take steps toward maintaining
tbe price of hops. This was the result
of the present unsatisfactory condition of
the market, coupled withbe belief that
dealers are manipulating prices so as to
bring prices still lower. After consider
able diacueeion it was agreed that an in
corporation should be organized with a
capital of $25,000, the object of which
should be to give financial assitance to
tbe small growers, who would thus be
enabled to bold their hop;.
A new organization was also perfected,
known as the .Willamette Valley Hop-
growers' efociation, with headquarters
in Woodburn, and the following officers;
President, George B. Ilovenden ; sec
retary, Henry L. Bents; treasurer,
Frank Fellers. These men hsve 25 to
100 acres oi hope each.
The hopgrowers say they have evi
dence that satisfies them that dealers
are doing everything in their power to
keep hop prices low even offering to
Eastern buyers bops at a lower price
than they can be obtained for now in
Oregon, in order that reports based on
such offers may ipduce the growers to
sell cheap. The growers believe that ex
tensive manipulation of the market is
being resorted to, and they take this
means of protection themselves.
Tbe association adjourned to meet
aeain here October 25. when the new
organization is to be perfected and put
m wort log order.
44 Honest Labor Bears
a Lovely Face'
There is nothing more
pleasing to look upon than a.
hearty, ruddy face, gained by
honest toil. They are the
saving of the nation,', these
toilers of both sexes, strug
gling for daily bread.
'pur Hood makes them Able to keep vp
ihe daZy round of duty at home, shop or
storeL If ihe blood has a tsAnt or im
wrrfy'tA rvnovm feeling comes on,
the o -Kenedy is Hoof s SarsaparZU,
America's Gret&t Medicine for the blood.
Poor BlOOct-"' blood was so
poor that in hottest weather I felt cold.
Hood's SarsaparSLa made me 'warm. It is
the right thing in the right place." Haitie
J. Taylor, Woodstvwn, N. J.
-hi is i iiiiii i I f r i rr i
Rofia't fills (-.it liver ill. : ttif ihhi lrrlTatiiK aud
Itulf CMlitM.rU: to lake Willi HimmT. Kraarlilal
AMERICA'S CUP SAFE.
Shamrock Again Proves
Match for Columbia
IN 4 MAGNIFICENT RACE.
The American Yacht Wins the Third
and Last Contest and the
Cup Remains at Home.
. New York, Oct. 20. Conditions of
wind and weather today were encourag
ing to the sailing of t tie international
yacht race. The wind at 'J o'clock was
splendid, blowing fully 15 miles an
It was J:30 o'clock when the yachts
appeared, jumping along under a spank
ing breeze toward the lightship. The
Shamrock pushed her nose through
foam as if the breezs had been made
expreealy for her. Toe Columbia sat up
straighten and looked a trifle more digni
fied. At 10:45 w hen the preparatory gun
was fired, tlio Columbia was shooting up
to the windward ttarting line on the
st ii board tack. Shamrock was halt a
mile south of the lightship. Both boats
broke out their for est y sails when the
wrnin Bnn " fird 10:55
Ntw Yoi;K, Oct. 20. Tte starting gun
was tired at 11 o'clock with Shamrock
in the had. At 11:30 the boats covered
I the etvm tbites tun to the outer mark,
with the Shamrock 300 yards ahead. It
is a magnificent race. The wind i? Lesh
from the north, and the Columbia is now
The Columbia tuned the outer mark
at 12:13 with tLe Shamrock following at
12:11. 12:53 Tbe Columbians increas
ing, the lead but tbe Shamrock is making
a great fight.
At 1:37 the Colombia appeared from
tbe highlands to have a lead by almost
Tbe Colombia crossed the finish line
at 2 :4S :30. The Shamrock at 2 45 :25.
Yaquina Jetty Damaged.
Yac-cixa, Or., Oct. 19. A gale baa
blown for tbe pitt 21 hours, teing ac
companied by heavy rain and tbnnder
Tbe heavy sea today carried away
about 700 ieet ol the north jetty. The
total length of that jetty was about 2300
feet, and it was part of improvements
that cost about $700,000.
UcKinley's message ia expected to be
tbe moet important docomeot since tbe
Many persons are reported as dead
from the e Sects of a blizzard in Colo
Tbe Mexican War Department has or
dered a decisive campaign against the
Gen. Fosston Ulieyea that the Ameri
cans will ba masters tf the Philippine
site a ion by March of text yeir.
The native villages of Lepers' Island,
whoie Governor was ncently murdered
have been destroyed by warships.
Canada will furnish 1000 picked troops
for seryice in South Africa, and will put
them on a transport within ten days.
Tbe crew of tbe Holland submarine
boat bad a narrow escape from death by
gas during a trial of the boat iu Peconic
A German expedition iu Southwestern
Africa was led to ambush by a guide,
and 100 soldiers were slaughtered last
Poetmaeter-geoeral has issued a warn
ing against the levying of assessments
on civil service employes for political
United States Senator Mason, of Illin
ois, says he will introduce a resolution
in the Senate, expressing sympathy for
Lyman Lamed, of Boston, has sued
Senor Marconi to restrain him from
using the system of wireless telegraphy
of which he claims to be tbe diecoverer.
Speaking of leadership io agriculture
tbe United States produces elfveu-four-
teenths of tbe cot'.on crop of tbe world
The American farmer stands st the bead
J 0f Ljg business.
Dewey's $10,000 watch, a gilt from
Boston, is to be inscribed, "Gridley, you
may fire when ready." With such a
timepiece tbe Admiral should nevfr be
late to breakfast.
. . . , . , ,, .
.In.. I. rnnap mom tnln In.) var UN.
suring Lis followers mar. rroviaence
gives them a special protection against
I 11..- T1!. .:U Ln-t ninrl aKltlt
uaucuii uci mil
IU1B tiller ICW UsttvtCD mau ut; v
I VjeBUU PUU aJ ID fal j n cic vbuowuiou iu
doing, will soon deplete ths forests and
uer ui wo umv urf.tD .io cement v , mountains of Oregon of such game,
'oe hanged whenever the governor shall i It is hardly probabl, however, that
sign their death warrant. No governor aDy attempt will be made to license
has ever signed a death warrant, and so j hunte'B, as in WUccnfiti, or limit the
tte penitentiary contains many prison- ( numuer ol deer lo two, although a rea
ers nnder sentence to be hanged. gonable limit may be aitrecd upon before
At Muncie, Iod., MissGoldie Cochran,
aged 14, struck a burglar in her room a
few days ago, with a silver-backed hair
brush, and the unknown man will die
as the result. Tbe man was detected
carrying a valuable clock from the resi
dence, when the girl commanded him to
drop the time-piece. This he did, and,
closing tbe door, turned uou her, when
she threw the brush striking him in tbe
femple. 1 le fell to the door and has re
mained unconscious since.
IN THE PHILIPPINES
La ton and Young are Marching
f ILIPINO'S SEAT Ot GOURNMtNI
Force of Three Thotsand Men. Ciun
boats Will Support Them
Along the River.
Manila, Oct. 1'J General Lamtou
and General Youog are at Artat with a
force of nearly 3000 men. Ihe gunboats
Florida and Oeste are preparing to move
along the rivtr to San Ittidro, which will
be held as a baee lor operations lo Die i
jorth. Extensive preparations have
been progressing for several days and the
xpeditiou, w hosd objective point is Tar
lac. is expected (o tUrl today. Supplied
w ilt be taken uu at Cascoes.
Cieueaal Lawtou'd force ousie'.a of
titflit companies of Hie rweuly-lourtu
infantry, uuder Colouel Kellar; t ight
companies t'f the Twenty-second iuljiitry
uuder Major Baldwin; uine troopa u( tire
Fourth calvary, inouultd, under Coiouei
Hay.; a mixed regiment, cui.siming of
one company of the thiny ceveiitli
lantry, six guns, cou.n.aaue.1 i j i-j
lain S:olt, one company of cUv-iy aud
Captain fSaatou's Maccabee se.iU'f.
The Tbird calvary id tii)ipi'ii g at San
Fernando to join the expedition. Heavy i
raini, the first in weeks, began lat night
au'l have continued ttcadiiy.
Manila, Oct. 19. Kveuii.g. l.aatoiii
is supposed to have reache 1 a I?idro.
No communication has been received;
from him since be left Arayat lbs morn- i
WAMUNt.TOX. Oct. 20. Thj
was received from General Otic:
Lawton's advance, under Youog, i at
San Ieidro, where a garmcn U-a Uta
Considerable resistance was encount
ered yesterday, one American killed and
three wounded in the Twenty-second in
fantry. Tho enemy suffered consider
able, Oue Span aid, and fifteen in ur
genta were captured.
Gen. Youog report) ihe inhabitants
THE GAME LAW
Game Warden Qulmby Talks t a
Reporter About It.
Oregoa is b-l.iad lha time in respect,
to game laws, judgicg from a compilation
of such laws from every slate iu the
union and Canada which tame Warden
Qoimby has rtceiveJ. Oregon laws are
considered very strict, but the sportsmen
of other place i hive a much harder time
than the Web foot nimrods.
In Wisconsin tbe law regarding the
killing of deer Is peculiar. Every per
son desiring to hnnt for venison tuuU
obtain a license, and non-residents have
to pay more for the privilege than the
natives. Last, year 43 licenses were
granted to uon-residents aud tbe state
received $1,1S3. The cumber of licences
issued lo residents was 11, Wo, the state
gaining f?,S06.25. Evoa though sup
plied with a legal permit, hunters cannot
kill more than two deer in a season, or
but one doe or one fawn. C editions
are vastly different in thU state and
hunters would rise in arms against such
an innovation were it merely suggested.
There have been a number of huntera
of late who have literally slaughtered
deer by the whsleca'.e. A notable ex
ample of thii niinccesfary massacre oc
curred last year. A man named Ole
Oleson, with a party of seven men, went
to Douglas county and killed 30J0 deer.
These animals were destroyed merely
for tha hides, the meat being leit to lie
devoured by wild animals or decay.
Okson and his companions were ex
pert shots and w hen they came upon a
band of a dozen deer they invariably
succeeded io securing at leaet 10. Tbe
hides were shipped to this city. This
J summer Oleson com iuued to do buniness
until stopped by the game warden.
When the official called at the camp he
found several hundred pounds of hides
stored away ready for shipment. The
law niw prohibits th said, barter or
exchange of such hides.
The man Oleson was duly arrested and
no difficulty was experieuced in securing
his conviction. The court found him
guilty and imposed a line of $300. tie
son either could not or would not pay
tbe fine, so he was sentenced to 1C0 days
in jail at Koseburg. lis served 40 day6
j of bis sentence and was set to work
j breaking rock with tho chain gang, nntil
one fine day he made a I reak for liberty
! and escaped to the mountains. He is
there yet so far as the authorities know.
Cases similar to Oleson'ii have come
uuder the obEervation of (lame Warden
. Dnimhv and efforts have been made to
; . ,, ... fu
. t-A- K
next season. Portland Telegram.
"Homer Davenport is the highest
priced artist in the world, and is a na
tive Oregonian." Recently the New
York Journal, on which Davenport
draws pictures of current events politi
cal, in causing a pn'ral red net 10 u of
expenses, asked Davenport if he would
stand a reduction ot f it) a week. la yen
port got mad, and instead of being re
duced $50 it was raised $50, eo that he
now receives only $15,000 a year. That
is goniufi." Albany Democrat.
Manila Paper Tersely Answers
Their Old Question,
WHAT WILL WE DO WITH THEM?
I Referring to the Philippines Wc Will
Bring Order Out of Chaos and Con
vert a Wilderness Into an
Tl.e Manila 1'riedotu, a paper pub
lished iu tiic l'liili"piuu loliudi!, itfer
ing to Aunty K.xpunticu yelpers in the
United Stales, eays:
"AikHkt ipicatio i dear ell Aunty-Kxui!-uu
eeenis to delight iu asking, is
'Yl.u will we d.j vtilti Hum?' Ol
comae t lie good tout tier lo the Phil
il l iiK islant.it, and lliouU her )ueetion
dun ti b ;iu exiremely torpid coudition ot
the t'i.i:u, it ii prbatiiy tt.e best rjuts
tio:i tlie was able lou?, ud i-a such
eho lid be au&wvrtd.
"What will we do ithihciu2 Wi ll,
in the tiisl place, we will completely and
evci lastingly tuicth tno intuirectiou,
a :d iu-ie i'l o buiUhug trencher ai d re
treating, Wfwil nw the inbabiWnls
,utIiiog oVer lha fo!i .u j ,.) iia,u . U 4Cll
r : .... ,i. . i.t.
! rp.irinir fmm il :ln ituuti.r .i abl wmIiIi-
Where odiv the c un rv n uVuceJ a .d
scarred by g'im war, ".be i.atid ot iinlus-
j try will 'ear ui J: ii': en'a i.isugir l.in
j tatios ; iu ccuVr, hern, iot.n-ei, rub'.n r,
indigo uil nM-sKinut plant 1 i i s ibat
will nric!i not only li t""' ii-tamia tut
11. e world wilii milhoUM tbai uture has
boarded up the- l iiTi-lred ol years.
Wo wi I iu:o lh) i"i .'ou'ainf, lap
veins ol iron and coppvr and siiver. We
will buiid ro.idi an.' dredge ilve'S and
open forests aud late therefrom the
richest woctl of the eaitii. We will
buiM schco'.a and co!leg-s and churches,
hespita's aud ifyiouir.
"We w;ll n err r i.'.e Pacific coast oi
America to ihes iflan'la by dirtc: stt-am-thip
line? tbm pvif.c itz a uni-j'i :batis
dt-t:iied lo grow t-lr.ii g-i siitl tliooer
as the ars rU nr. W e will n ake free
men of 1 jVcs aud m p. ace of vive Again
aldo, the p.o;!t, uw deluded, will in
ths near fii'urr, lift their vo ces with
very joy tc the swtet s'lainso'" "My
Country, 'T.a ol Tne, "'weet land of
Liberty, of Tbee We S oc"
"What will we d with ihem? Great
heaveus above! We wiileducite and
civil ze them. Already 1'c.cle Sim has
a public tcho.d sys'.t m in t p ration in
Manila, wuiiii ia a glorious tiintnph in
itself. Public schools wlix.'i are more
liberaliy patro: u d thau they ever were
before.A tchocl ;hi'. Iu. what's the use.
Aunty Kxpansiju thcugh a good, pious
old ton', is blii.d aud deaf and dumb to
light and reaton, and one miglt ai well
talk to tbe windt.
LOYAL AMERICAN WOHAN.
Rebukes a Canting Anti-lmperalist
Speaker and Causes a Sensation.
Chicago, Oct. IS. At au an i-l.uperi-a'.ie'.s
meeting, today, during Hev.
Ligelow's speccli, a sensation was caused
t-y a stylishly drese l woman, whoaroae
in the audiecce aud t xtcuJel her gloved
hand toward the Ameiican tl ig, which
bung suspended over thj Fpeaker, ex
claimed: "Take diwn that ila.', d n't disgrace
it any longer."
SUe was huriied Iron the hall by a
iriend, and as the hf: the Luild.ng she
refused to givj ht-r name, but said she
was the sinter of one eoldier. tbe daughter
of another and the wife cf another, all of
them now tiil.tii g ia the l hilippinea.
Hopuieu of Ongon will combine t
protect 'themselves in the mtter o
Trauspoals l'toutyivauia aud Oiym
pia leave 'Friso for Poitlar.d on Mon
A good many saw oma have been .'est
by the Springfield and Coburg mills by
the recent freshets io the Willamette
and McKiozie rivers.
The Wasco county woolgrowcra maul
tested their appreciation of Senator
Micheli's efforts in behalf of the scalp-
bounty bill by sending him a live ccyole.
He is at a loss to know what to do with
the beaBt, and thinks be will have to
kill it and cash the scalp, in order to re
nluti on that reward ol meiit.
The Corvallis city council has made a
sweeping order in relation to the siJe
walks of that tow n. A great portion of
the walks are out of repair and Ike
council has ordered new walks Luilt.
Albany liaSECvctal d.zeu block) Ihit
need ottention and cur council might do
well to follow iui', hinfs the Herald.
Tne new policy iu tha tubjuation of
the insurgents contemplates ths perma
nent occupation of every position taken
by tho Auiuricau forces, The coast
towns will first be captured by the aid
of the increased fleet and the ports
blockaded so that the insurgents can
not be aided from outside sources. It is
expected by these operations gradually
to drive tho Filipino army into the in
terior and thus force them to surrender
or become mere bandits.
The number of soldiers statu iu battle
depends a great dual on tho color ol
their uuiforms. Tho more tla-diy and
cotiHpictioua Ihe helmet and jacket the
bettor the target, and consequently the
greater mortality. Ked attracts the eye
moat readily, and twelve men wearing
that color are killed to seven in rifle
erccn. or fix in blue, ur five iu either
brow n, blun jjray or green.
Shoes, if correctly fitted. We are prepared
to show the most complete line of Shoes
ever shown in
iu reaching the
tories in the east. We should like to have
a chance to make, you acquainted with our
stock and prices
will please you.
There is a Quality
aoout our Drugs
Which secures permanent patronage. We
buy iu small quantities, and buy frequently,
therefore we always have a Fresh Stock of,
Full Standard Strength Drugs.
Our aim is for Quality, and we hit the mark J
The merits of our prescription Department
have built up a large trade in this line.
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.I
pooaill Day and Night.
his is the
I C. W. PARKS
It's a fact
That at Currier's Grocery you can
the best goods for the least money. -()
Call around and convince yourself that
Cor. Jackson and Oak.
Name ltr Wnv,
- . -v -at
have it Nice
cy GROCERIES constantly on hand. Fine
Teas and Coffees a specialty. Canned goods,
Flour aud Feed. 1'iue fresh goods at reason
able prices. Give me a trial order.
il . ai i m-
btaple and hancy urocenes.
We have a complete line of" iv-
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
FRESH AND TROPICAL FRUITS,
Which will please you in both quality and
Can be combined iu the same pair of
our store, having succeeded
best and largest Shoe Fac
as we feel assured that both
A full and complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Everything offered (or 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 Hue of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We cairy the largest stock oi to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers.
our prices are right; satisfaction guaran
teed. Just received a fresh line of ii
Wm. Currier. &
spell it backwards ana you
fresh stock of Staple and Fan
MRS. A. C. KIDD.
A Complete line of
now on Land.
Ladies Dress Goods, KiLbon-, Trim
ruins, Laces, Etc., Etc.,
Also a fine line of-
of the bebt qoality end latebt style.
Staple and Fancy
Wood, Willow, and Ulassware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also on
hand and at prices to suit the
An np-to-date line of
H. G. STANTON.
EAST AND SOUTH
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Kipttn. tnln. Icav. Fortlaad daily.
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Dinlnx Car observation Cars.
PuUuiaa firM eiar and tourut can attached
to all traida.
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Corvallis Mail ia:lr (Except candayX
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Portland Ar. I
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5 50 r.m
tl ito a. . I
At Albany and CorralUa connect vlth train
ol Conaiua A Eaatern railroad.
Independence Paoenger Daily (except unday)
6:23 a. .
7i r. u.
8 so r. m.
R KOIHLIR. C IL MARKUAM.
Manager. U. F. A Paaa. Ages L
Diixrt connrrtion at an Francisco wish
itcamhit line !ir Hawaii, Japan, China, Tbe
rnuiipi& ana ausira.ia.
For l broach lii kcU and rates cat! on or ad
dre L. B. SiOOKS Agent vr V. C. LOMKIS,
"Suak LiM ot the Wortd'.'
I Ls FaTorite Tranccontinental Koute
Between the Northwest and all
Choice of Two Routes
Through tbe Farnoue
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four Rentes East
ot Pueblo and Denver.
All PF6engers granted a day s!oi-over
n tbe Mormon Capital or anywhere t-e
tween Oa-den and Denver. Fereooally
condocted Tourist Eicursions three days
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets and anv Information Re
garding Kates, Routes, etc., or (or De
serintive Advertising Matter, call on
Aeentslof Oregon Railway & Navigation
Co.. Oregon Short l.ifvor Southern
- S. 1C.1IOOFER,
GeiJlYal Pass & Ticket Agent,
R. C. NICHOL,
251 Wash. St. Fortland Or.
Roseburv P. O. Hours.
Week davs. 6:30 a. m. to S i. m. Mi"
days and holidays, 0:30 to 9:00 a.m.
and 5 ;30 to 7 :30 p. ni.
Roseburg to Marshtield Departa ev-
ery day at 6 a. m. : arrives every morn
Koseburg to Myrtle Point. Departs
every day at 6 a. uv ; arrives every
Roseburu to Millwood Departs eer
day except Sundays at 7 a. in.; arrives
every day except Sundays st 4:45 p.m.
Koseburg to Peel Departs Jdaily, (ex
cept Sunday) at 7 a. m.; arrives daily,
(evcept Sunday) at 3 p. m.
Roseburg to Lurley Departs Tues
days and Fridays at 1 p. m.; arrives
Tuesdays and Fridays at 11 :"0 a. m.
If you suffer from teudernees or fiill
nees on the riht side, paius under
shoulder blade, constipation, biliousness,
sick headache aud feel dull, heavy and
sleepy your liver is torpid and congested.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers will cure
you promptly, pleasantly and perma
nently by removing the eoi gt-siion hi d
causing the bile duets to U'en and How
naturally, tiikv akk i;ooi tills.
A.O. MARSTERS. CO.
tti or okaoOB.
C.3. Senator -
HeiTetary of Slai...a...
fcUle Treasurer ,
filial. Pub. InaiructioD
Attorney General ..
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- IM.A. Moodf
r. 1. Imatat
C. . Mwtre
J. Ii. Ackrraaa
W. H. Ittat
-U.H.N. Black bwr
it. a. moon
Supreme Judge c. Z. WoUenoa
fa. 8 Beaa
MC05D joDtcxaX surraiCT.
F. A. Moor
judge. 1. W. Hantllta
rroaeeuunc Attomtj ,(iio.M. Bitn
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i. waaTMBa scaaao.
noceiaa cm tt.
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school nnpcriuUndent .
H- B. einew
)M. D. Tboaapm
' Jaa. Bvroa
Dr. E. V. Hovrer
Com m litoaen.
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aTT or au.ee wa.
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W. A. Crater
IF P Brown
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F. W. DlllaVa
citt (ui mii, aExri.
Thv Immuu onccil of tbe tilT tf R kTi
""I" l hi- i.rl Monday in tacb Binnlh al S
ciuea p. a.
The Circuit Conn tor Duutlaa fount i Mm.
hrecliracaa Tear u roriaiw TK ai u-
iay In March, the tb Mnda in Jim. mj,A ik.
1st Monday in iHxxmbrr. J. W. HaailM4
Rowt-unc ludire. Geo. SL Enwa.i Uawrmm.
iminifUuittKtuUwIil Wrdmwlay 1
ite 1st Monday oi Jsnnarr. HmkM. II. IuW
lrpcmbr aud SoTember, Joa. lion. f
Urain. judge; Sf. D. Thompsoaof aeottakwf.
ana jex. 0roa. ol OUI'a. roro m u innrra.
Probata t ourt is ia teaaion roatinwunlT. Jo
a -'- JiOLVliti ir.
Attorney aul Counsellor at Law.
Miniji- Law and Water bights ittaA
MaxUrsEW. KeBCKU. OLGHS
fiEKOtiE M. BROWN.
r.yl.tr m ilmo mock.
RA B. BXDDLK,
Attorney at Law,
P. MMR !L
faylt-r A Wilson BU.
P W. BENSON,
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ROfcBt: RU. URRUU1
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will peaeUn ia 1 uta ml tW bM. O.'
tea ia Maratm Baiiding. Davgiaa maty, 0.
Attorney at Law,
Room lit, Marsters Bid-. RO&XRCRO, OR.
IVBasiBiM before th C. 8. Laaal OsBr ui
Buuing eaaes a specialty.
Late RecetTex D. S. Land OAca.
JA KUCIIANAN. Notary ToMir.
Collections a Specialty.
p W. HAYNES.
Telephone So. 4.
"XBJL BROWN, M. D.
OFFICE, xU Jacksoa Street, at res
idence ol Sf ra. J. BiUcr.
rjU.iiKO F. HOUCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
Off.ce t'"t ORiee bUi.
Phiue. Main .1
ROSEBURQ DIVISION KO CS. a OF L. IV.
meat every aecoud and (ourth Bunday.
WfOMES S RELIEF CORPS HO.
Bnl and third Fridays ia eat am lb.
T ESO POST, SO. 79, O. A.
&. MEETS TBI
rst and third Thurniaya ol ewt k atoalb.
at t p. ui.
ALPHA LOrxiE. S 7. K. OF P.. MEET!
every W eduentay evening at Oitd Frltowa
HaiL ViciUng knuthw in gund kuntia rot
lially iuTited to attend.
LArKEI. Lt-UE, A. F. A A. M.. RKtiCI A R
mcrUi;i.-!i the 2d and tin W'edHrUj la
Ft ;ek.l. fakkott w
N.T. Ikwktt. eey.
ROSKBt'Kii CUAITES.KO. 8. O. E, B..5IIETR
the lint and third Thurwinv f eacR
I.IBBIE COSUOW. W S.
MAI DE RAST, See"y.
MOUERS V(MDMENOK AMKKICA. MKET
mi lirt anil ihlnl TniiUv of each utoutb
iu the old Mmfi- hU.
U. L. Mar b. Clk.
MIU.KK, V. C.
WOODMEN IF lilt WORI.I'. B van:
VV Jo. Ii"-. ii'vei t ihe Oild Feltowa' Baa
in R.el.ur-J every lt. :;w ud 5lh Monday
evening. Vi.-iims neiglibon. al w?lemw
O V. UHW, c. c.
V. V Usnos, lerk.
PHILETARIAS LOiKIE. SO.
m.HtA SHtunlar venhia ol
1. . o F.
a.-b wet-k at
their hall in Odd Fellow Teinfle l R.hnt.
ktemheniol t!i. order in wn.nl Maiill- .wlLTii.
ed to attend. B W. M'KOStj. N.
S. T. JiswiiTT. Sec"y. 1.s.Wb-t.
V. O. Kt.KS. ROKUl lUi LOIXiR. NO. ,
hol! ilu-ir resular iiiimmum alion al Ihe
I O. O. i'. lialliMi s.v.iul and l.-iirlli ThurMlaT
it eaeh month. All uiemnriK ivi mv.le.1 lo at
UmiiI ivK.ilarlv. "1 all visinns brMhr r
Jmllv invited loaltend.
frtAS 1- 11 tUt KY. S. R
IKV . lilDld.E. seereury.
ROEBfRi 1.01H.E, SO. 1. A. O. H. W.
nuet Ihe e.ond ami loiirib Motulava ol
neh month I7:AI !. m. at O.M Fallow, hall
MnlorMil the order iu giwl (landing t in.
Iltli to tt. i.t.
P. 8. West,
K. V. K.Mirli, Finaneia