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PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY
Vol. XXX.
RO&EBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1899.
No. 85.
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THE BRITISH ANXIOUS
The English Forced to Retreat
Gen YdIcs Killed
K LONG MR IS CERTAIN.
The Boers arc to Have the aid of
13,000 Native Troops Destroy
Railroad South of Kintberley
Kew Vokk, Oct. 21. A dispatch to tbe
World from' LoBdon aaya :
The minister and their supporters are
now realiting that tbey plongod iato the
war with reckless haste, and the qaeen's
message, ia which she speaks of "dear
U boucht victories" and "dreadful loss
" indicate with a plainness which
au!oever before permitted herself to
iudate in, onder like circumstances,
ber disapproval of tbe war. ' '
Tbe British forces ia Natal have al
ready lost in killed or wounded nearly
500 men in three days' fighting. The
Gordon Highlanders lost only one officer
and 6va men killed in their famous at
tack on Dargai Heights in the Afridi
campaign, while at Eland's Laagto tbey
bad foor officers killed and nine wound
ed, 30 men killed and S3 wounded
march, and it is since reported that
'.'All's well on the Washbank river."
General White fought a successful
action with the Orange Free State force
today on tbe road between Ladraniith
and Newcastle, and should join hands
with General Yale this evening. Gen
eral Yule reports his wounded are doing
well. Boers wounded on our hands are
treated just as our owo. and I have
every reason to believe the Boers will
treat any of our wounded in their hau ls
in a similarly humane manner. -
Mr. Wjndhaui added: "I may re
mind the bouse that the Transvaal is a
party to the Geneva convention."
Lord Wolseley further says : I have
also received from General Walker, at
Cape Town, the following message."
Tbe last message froai Kimberly, Octo
ber 22, at 2 p. m., reports all well.
GENERAL YULE'S POSITION.
Boers After Him Red-Hot fcUmbeney
la Panic-Stricken.
Chjcaoo, Oct. -4. A special cable to
the Chicago Tribooe from London ays:
Tbe position of Grtierel Ynle at Glen
coe is causing considerable anxiety
wh:ch is not allayed by Lord Wolseley 's
summary of tbe bitnation. read in tbe
house of commons,' to tbe effect that
large column of Boers wire Monday
morning advancing from tbe north and
west, obliging General Yole to .fall back
from Dundee and concentrate at Glencoe
Junction. This operation appeared
I-v n .- - , i vital tbat it was necesrary to leave the
Tbe Boers distinguish and Shoot the' . . ., -
officers by reason of their carrying no
rifles, their uniforms being the same as
that of. the men.
Tbe squadron of Hussars and the sect
ion of mounted infantry which pursued
tbe Boers after the first ficbt at Glencoe,
last Friday, are still missing. .
Prolongation of the war beyond Brit
ish expectation is now regarded as cer
tain. .
BANKING ON BRYAN.
Believe that His Election Would
Mean their Independence.
BUILD HOPES ON HIS ELECTION.
pRononoN of funston.
Losiwx, Oct. -4. Hie war office here
baa this morning been attempting to ex
plain tbe summary of the situation in
Ratal, famished by Field Marshal Lord
Wolseley to the boose of commons yes
terday. II is statement know said to
have created unnecessary alarm, and it
ia asserted that what tbe official note
called General Yule's retirement vooid
he more accurately described aa "a
change of position for tactical reasons,"
and that tbe alarm for tbe safety of the
wounded ia got justified. .
It is further explained that tbe wound
ed could not be moved, but tbe fact that
tbey bad to be left to their fata while
tbe British forces made a strategic nioye
ment to the rear ahowa the suspense of
tbe bouse in tbe absence of subsequent
news ia amply justified, and that tbe
Leavy fighting on Friday and perhaps
Saturday 'is, perhaps a prelude to still
sterner work.
In tbe absence of authentic news,
there are a number ol contradictory ro
caors afloat, but tbe most reasonable in
terpretation of the various reports seems
to indicate that there was some artillery
oractice at Glencoe Saturday and Sun-
-day, but no fightisg at close quartet.
The afternoon papers here sharply criti
cise Wolselcy'a summary of tbe Natal
sitaaiion. Tbey aay it has a distinct re
(" Slaoce the statements of the
f i cuiry when preparing their
oMU&rrmen for tbe news of the disaster
at Sabkago.
This, however, is peobably an over
strained view. There U no denying,
however, that greet suspense and anx
iety exists, which has been increased by
tbererjort in circulation purporting to
emanate from official quarters to the ef
feet that the Boera have secured the ser-
oities of 12,000 natives. Sews has at
tengtb been received direct from Colonel
Baden-Powell, dated Mafeking, October
15-
Zt confirms the statement that in the
armored train fight tbe British bad two
men killed and 15 wounded, including
lieutenant Lord Charles Bentinck, of
tbe Ninth lancers, slightly wounded.
Tba latest advices from Kim barley on
tier date of October 21, said tbe Boers
attack waa still pending, and that large
Boer forces in tbe neighborhood bad de-
atroved bit sections of the railroad line
north and south of tbe town.
TODAV'S ai'MMAET.
Loxdo. Oct. 24- Parliamentary Sec
retary of War George Wyndham, in the
house of commons today announced that
field Marshal Lord Wolseley, com
mander-in-cbief of tbe forces, sums up
tbe situation in Natal today as follows
General Ynle has fallen back to effect
a junction with Sir George Stewart
White. He camped yesterday evening
abttat 16 miles south of Dundee without
seeing aaytbJng of the ene my during the
wounded at londee
News from Glfucue, and from all
points at the front is of the meagereet
sort. A special from Lady smith says
"An ingusuman named heilly says
that when he was leaving Dundee camp.
on baturday night, tte Boers were
shelling the town and camp with heavy
guns and that the English guns were en
able to make effective return for tbe rea
son that they could not reach the Boer
batteries.
"This is tbe reason why General Yule
shifted his camp a mile away, so as to be
out of reach of the Boer guns, which
were directing their fi""e against bis mag
azine." ?
Kimberly is still panic-stricken and
Declare That American Casualities
Have Been Thirty-five Thousand.
Niw York, Oct. 24. A dispatch, to
the Herald from Han Isidro, m MimAIs,
srys : General Law ton is giving his per
sonal attention to getting bonis contain
ing subsistence and ammunition stones
up Uie Rio Grande. It is a serious pre b
leui to undertake to supply troops he re,
as the water is too shallow for lanncr.ee.
Twenty American prisoners art re
ported to have been moved uorth. from
here two days ago.
A Filipino newspaper makes Vbe stare
ment that Independence will be given
to tbe islauds in December wheo B-.yan
will he elected president ot the United
States. ' Tbe newspaper also makes the
statement that American casuaiti ea have
been 35,000 since last Februriry and
that tbe policy now ia a retreating
fight.
Wabhi.sijtox, Oct. 24. The war de
partment has received tba following:
"Manila Hoghes reports the Panay
insurgents driven out of Negroe, Byrne
struck one band, killed 10, captured 13,
and native troops struck another band
and killed six. No casualties, Otis."
WASHixurox, Oct. 24. General Otis'
account of tbe latest Filipino peace over
tures is as follows:
"M anila. Oct. 22. October 20, a mes
sage was received at Angeles, under a
flag of truce expressing tbn desire of
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xion. rreeiueoi .guioaiao lo send a
commission to Manila to arrange tbe
difficulties connected with ttw delivary
of the Spanish priaouers, and to dieews
a tn alter of a particular character. ;
Was Warmly Recommended by Ms-or-Qencral
rtlacArthur Was Ap
I rov4l by General Otis.
JansAh Cirv, .Mo., Oct. 25 A dis
patch to tb'H Jourrrtl from Washington
snys :
Brigivdier-Ucafcral Frederick Funston
is to be, breveted major-general aud Col
onel Wilder S. Msiealf, of the Twentieth
Kauaa J, is to be breveted brigadier-general,
jy thti president Bliortlv, on uc
corjnt of K-'iUut atul meritorious services
o'; the t j lvausus soldiers in (ho Philip
pines.' The prouiotiuns have been re-
couiiujuirled by Mijr-General Kiwell S.
Otis, couinandnii: the eighth army
corps- The letter of recommendation of
General MacArthir reu Is as follows :
"Frederick Fuus'on, brigadier-general,
U. S. V.. to be major -general, V. S. V.,
bybrewt, for g;!laut aid meritorious
oervicoe throushout b campaign
against tliu Filipino iutViceou from
Febrnary 4 to July 1: particularly for
daring, courage at the p-iag o'lhe Kio
Grauitn)de la 1'ampnga, My 27, while
Ojl.nii oi the Twentietb Xansa volun
teeia. 'Wilder S. MetcaW. coionel of the
Tacutielli Kansas volitiitrer, to be
tr!ui!iiv Keuenl by brew't for Reliant
and meriforions service ttiroiun the
campaign sgaiiettue Filipino in?cr,en'J
from Fetxiaary 4 July 1, daring hich
period he waa wounded on two s? pa rate
occasicos.
WILL PURCHASE A CANNON.
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General Wheeler's Letter.
MANILA, August 2a, IS'XK
I am confident that if we would withdraw our army now Agninaldo
could not hold hiussell in power without carrying on wsrfare against other
tribes, and this would cause a constant warfare and turmoil for years. Of
course, there would be looting of cities and seizing and destruction of
property, and the business people and property hoidsr would apply to
' some strong government to restore order. For as to withdraw our army
: now would be criminal, and for such an action we would be arraigned and
' denounced by tbe civilized nations of tbe ear to.
I believe that when it is fully understood that our supremacy ia to be
maintained in these islands there will be an influx or population from tbe
United States and other countries. . There is no question ae to the riebners
: of tbe copper and coal mines. It is true that heretofore they have not
- been properly managed. The receipts at this port from customs (it is the
port of Manila) are averaging 1000,000 a month. This, with the internal
, revenue, I believe, would in ordinary times pay the entire expenses of the
government.
An idea seems to be prevalent in the United States that this is an un
healthful country, and that white men cinnot live here. This is a great
mistake. There is also an impieasion that to retain these islands would be
a b yen to oar country. That these views are errors should be impressed
upon tbe American people. JOSEPH WHELLLR.
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continues, through Biiodee, to call for
help, bnl now it is to be secured at pres
ent puzzle for the war department.
The Indian transport Palatia arrived
at Durban on Monday and disembarked
a squadron of the Fifth dragoons. These
may go to Kimberly, but it is unlikely,
in view of Yule's predicament at Glen-
cos.
More troops are expected at Cape
Town daily. Captain Chichester baa gone
there to arrange for the military bal
loons brought by tne Palatia to be sent
to the front.
Destination Not Known.
QcxM8Ton-jf, . Oct. 25. The ' British
cruisers Fur ens Peterus and Pactoius
sailed from hers this afternoon en route
to Cape Clear, where they will meet
eight battle-ships and two cruisers ol the
channel squadron from the north of Ire
land Tbe fleet will tbeo proceed osten
sibly to Gibraltar, but it is thought pos
sible the fleet's destination ia a Spanish
or Portuguese I port, as the vessels have
taken out bills of health from the con
suls of theee countries.
Prompt Action Taken By the War
Department.
The meiiibers of Orcguu's ital'.AUt regi
ment ot voluoteers tbe uatiy latuous
Second Oregon are ech to receive a
bronremed.il as u evidem-e of the ap
precisticn of the people of tbe 'stale for
tneir noble service.
That theee medals will be manufac
tured. for distribution auntug tbe vulun
teera is now aRured, for Governor T. T,
Geer yesterday received from the wr
department a letter intormiog him that
the depa rtment bad authorized tbr par-
chase of a Spanish gun to le need in
casting nvedali for tbe Oregon volnnteers.
The following is tbe text of tbe letter
bearing ds te of October 17th, from Sec
retary of "War Elihu Hoot, and received
by Govenat r Geer yesterday:
"Having reference to my letter of a
few days a fo, informing yon that Gen
eral Otis b.w Lean cabled to send by
early trans p ort, ii possible, an old bronze
cannon from tb& Philippines, to cast
medals lor th Oregon volunteers, I beg
to quote cable graur of this date from Ma
jor General Otis ad reply thereto:
"Only one bronze cannon in store.
Cantnred bv Xebratk U Those takea at
capitulation ot Manila, returned to Spain.
Can secure one for Ore.on Pric
fdeeired. Otis.'
"'Olia, Manila: S;retary of War
authorizes purchase of gun for Oregon.
Forward same to San Francisco. Cor-
bin.
"I doubt if there is aay appropriation
from which we ran r (or this, but
we must not let tbe boys go. without
their medais, if we base it pay the bill
ourselves. Ol course, the gun will be as
truly a caot nred cannon as if it bad
never been returned to the Spaniards'
Brave Oregon Men.
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"The testis
the Cheapest
Experience teaches that
good clothes 'wear longest,
good food gives best nutrition,
and a good medicine that
cures disease is naturalh the
best and cheapest. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is the best medi
ciriz money ca.n buy, because
tPfes ivhe'faall others fail.
Poor Health -"iko poor htdth for
years, pains in shoulders, back and hips.
vxih constant headache, nervousness and
no appetite. Used Hood's Sarsaparilla.
gained strength and can work hard all
day; eat heartily and sleep tuetL I took
it because it helped my husband to whom
it gave strength," Mrs. E. J. Giffels,
ISoose Lake, Minn.
3iocdi Saucxi
Bd'.fW. rrrHrriH.;th. nnn-lrrltattnn an
jg&j .cathartic to tk wlib Howl Swuaarilia.
tiffa
BATTUC NKAB LAOYHMJTU.
Losdon, Oct. 25. General White has
telegraphed the war office of Kietlontein
under date of October 24, saying there
was fighting near Lady smith. Twelve
of the British force were killed,' and 89
wounded, five missing, tbe casualties be
ing largely among tbe Gloucester regi
ment. A special dispatch from Cape
Town, dated at 9 :15 this morning, says
there has been another battle at Lady
smith and tbe Boers were repulsed.
British casualties were placed at four
killed and seven wounded, all rank and
file.
A special from Ladysmilh dated Octo
ber 23, fjrf the troops of tbe Light
teenth hussars, hich got astray in pur
suing the Boers after tbe battle of Glen
coe have arrived at Ladysmith, tba
troopers having fought their way through
with a loss of three horses.
Davkt Will Resign.
Loudon, Oct. 25. Michael Davitt, an
Irish nationalist member for South Ma
yo, announced in the house of commons
today that be would resign tomorrow as
a protest against the Boer war.
MaiotGeiieriil Nelson A. Miles, com
manding the army of tbt United State,
waa asked in Wasbioetoii tbe other day
what he thooght of the tightin qoalitiea
ol tbe Serjond Oregon regiment, ana in
reply said:
"Having been stationed 26 years west
ot the M ississippi river, and 10 of those
years on the Pacilic coast, I am quite
familiar witn the ciiaracter of tbe west
ern people. In my 'Personal Uecollec
lions,' pnge 3t?o, I wrote that the 'strong
est, the. most resolute, enterprising and
ambitious of our men have gone west.'
Naturally their children are among the
niooi resolute, enterprising and intelli
gent of our people. I was as well satis
fied 12 months aco ae I am today tuat
the men of the west who were accustom
ed to handle tbe rifle from the time that
tbey had strength enough to bold one
ep, man v of whom were accustomed to
obtain a good part of their food by befog
skillful inarksiueu, and who had defend'
ed their homes against tbe savage fee
would make the best of soldiers. They
were self-reliant self-confident, skilled
in landcraft. and have a perfect knowl
edge as to how to take care of tbeni
selves under all circumstance .absolutely
fearless whether alone or acting in a
body, and who are the best material in
tbe world for military service.
"Their intelligence favors disciplius
and promotes reBpect for superiors, aa
well as absolute lovaltv to tbe cause in
which they are engaged. It is . not sar
prising that they should have made a
splendid record of patient endurance,
undauteJ courage and noble sacrifice
Coming from tbe ranks ol the best of
our citizens, they have made a bright
chapter in our history, and will return
to their dillernt communities to become
( sgain most highly respected and worthy
citizens.
"I feel sure that tbeir welcome will be
becoming alike to the communities that
will receive them, as well as to heroes
who return, and that their noble cervices
Mr. Scbaffenberg, oi Mount Tabor, wiu ever appreciated."
who is now in Copenhagen, writes to j
Captain W. J. Riley that he baa secured tapiorers Keturnea to vaiaes.
iou pairs oi partridges wtucn will be Tout Tow.nsend, Wash., Oct. 24.
A reply waa returned that the com
mission accredited . by any other than
insurgents, could not be recognized or re
ceived. There has been no later cor
respondence. Oits."
AiixiLA, uct. -4.ltje insurgents
around Calamba and Angeles have
bothered the Americans lately with
their repeated attacks, which, like most
of the Filipino attacks, consists oi shoot
ing a lot of ammunition iuto tbeir op
ponents' camp from long range.
Msjor Cheatham's battalion of the
Thirty-seventh infantry, three compan
ies of tbe Twenty-first infantry, a bat
tery of the : Fifth artillery and a gatling
gun sallied out this morning from Cal
amba, drove tbe Filipinos from their
trenches and pursued them for three
miles, inflicting heavy loss on them.
One American was kilied and three were
wounded ot tbe Twenty-first infantry.
'Lieutenant Furgeson, with 20 scouts
oi tne lwenty-tixtn uegimsnt, recon-
noitering near Labao, encountered a
party of mounted Filipinos. He killed
six ot them and captured eight, with 10
rifles.
Four men from the gunboat Marivelos
were lured ashore 18 milee from Ho Ho
by a flag of truce, and tbe insurgents
killed one ot them, wounded one and
eaptured a third. The gunboat was un
able to fire for fear of wounding the
Americans.
The (Second batallion ot the Nine
teenth regiment, Major Keelo command
eg. embarked for Ilo Ho today to re-enforce
the troops.
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ever shown in our store, having succeeded
in reaching the best and largest Shoe Fac
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English Partridges to Be Turned
. Loose in the Valley.
shipped to Oregon. A sum of money
was raised among local sportsmen for
tbia purpose and entrusted to Mr. Scba?
fenlerg for expenditure, as be was going
to Europe. He also ordered 10 pairs of
black cock, in Sweden, which will be
turned loose in tbe yalley. The part
ridges are strictly field birds, and stick
to open country and cultivated lands.
The black cock ia more of a brush bird.
Telegram. .
The United states government expedi
tlou in charge ot Captain Glenn, went
north to explore fShuebitna river, bas re
turned to Yaldes to winter. It was the
intention of the expedition to winter on
tbe Sbushitna tiver, but, owing to the
failure ot arrival ot supplies in time to
take them up the river, the expedition
waB compelled to return to Valdes,
I where supplies were landed by tbe
I steamer Cleveland.
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o ciocz . m.
cocar saauoaa.
Tba Circuit Court lor Dooclaa Couatr :
three times a Tear aa foiiuwk: Tka ad
day in Maicfc, tbe 4ta Monday in Jane, ani tfca
iu aonaay in ueeemtier. J. w . iu-aliw X
&osebanr ludise. Oro.X. Brown, of (wMx
proaecauaK aitotuey.
County Court aseeu tbe 1st KrdimUj sfW
the Ut Monday of January, Karen, May, July.
September and Soyember. Joa. tywm. al
train. Judge; M U. Tbompaoa of Sootubtu
acd Jam. Byron, of Oiaila, coaxnuaakiDefm.
rrobat Court ia la aeaaion ranuiitmi, Ja
Lyons, iudze.
u.IL. - Portland Ar. IM ja. M.
'Jit. stlLr. Rnseburg Lr. !'"3a.n
sj r. , I Ar. - Ban Franc iww - Lt. . f r. .
Corral: ia Mail Daily (Except euudaj).
Attorner au.l Cunnwll'jr at Law.
Milling aj Wat.-r Eiirhty n.l
asjwialtt-.
Marter Bid. tOSEBCK.G.RFi;iw
JO a. a.
tea. a.
Lt.
Ar.
ForUand
Corrallia
Ar. I 6:50 r.
L. I JDr.
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- Portland -
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JJil C'HEALLE, M. I. D. D. S
DENTIST.
in the little tr.ck opjiU
Roseburg, Or.
Oftce
EaJ.
mm mm
"Sceaic Lice ! tne World"
Tbe Favorite TranEcontiuetiUl Konte
Between the Northwest and all
roints Kast.
Chuica ol Two Koutra
TbrougU the Famoaa
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Foor Koates East
ot Foeblo and Denver.
All l'aaae Direr b aranted a day atop-over
in tba Mormon Capital or anywhere be
tween Oiwn and Denver. Personally
conducted Tourist Excursions three days
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets and aay Information Re
garding Kates, Koates, etc, or for Ie
acriptive Advertising .Matter, can on
Aeentstof Oregon Railway & ISavigaUon
Co., Oreeon Short Line or Southern
Pacific Companies.
S. K. HOOPER,
General Pass. A Ticket Aitent,
Denver, Col
R. C. MCHOL,
General Agent,
251 Wash. M. Portland Or,
Receiver .
Register
c. a LASD omca, aosaacaa.
-Henry Bflotli
(. T. Bn4gea
Otscrrtr ..
iens-ujr
Kepreaculatiyca
v. a. wiaTBaa ai'aaao.
Tnoa. Oi
TIerk..
neriir.
trvasurer
School Snperiuleudent
County Judge
1HCLA1 COtrKTV.
A. W. lUed
l',. oonacoti
W. W. WUaoa
(J. W. Conn
I. F. Gazler
K U fltepswsw
.. ii. W. Lfin stick
Commlasiooen-
Snrreyor
coroner..
U. B.6i!)etto
JfjsvLyosw
it. D. Tbompaoa
Jaa.Fyroa
OM-arThlel
Dr. E. V. Hixrrrr
Tboa. Satltat
MiEer
Kither
citt or Boaxaeaa.
.A C. MarsUra
.W. A.Iraier
cocaciLSsa.
tr P Brown
Jc W. Farka
t F. W'. Bmob
w. B. W i'lia
A. fields
W.J. Lander
)H.C.6ioenm
U.K. West
y. W. Diaii
Proreaaloaal Cards.
QOMMODORE S.
JACKS05,
Q.KKt.aiE M. BBOWN,
Attorney-at-Law,
Booms 7 and S
Taylor a WUson Block.
KO&XBUBu.C.
L
RA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
Room .
tiliAila Bik,
aoiiBuac. oKxuufs.
F.
W. BENSON,
Attorney-at-Law.
Room 1 and 2
Review Buiktnz
KOEBCRt;, OKEWK
W R. WILLIS,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will mcUc ia all tk. oomrt. nt lt Htate. ).
tea ia Jtaracrrx Baildioz. Dontaa m?
M. CRAWTOKD,
Attorney at Law,
Roocm 1 A i, Martters Bldg, KOfXBCHd, o
If Buinc before th. n. H. Land DKr.
auuiug caws a specialty.
Laie EoceiTec D. S. Lal Omi -
rfCHANAN, Notary Pnblic.
Attorney-at-Law.
Collections a Specialty.
Room I
Marsters BaiMiug.
BObEBCBG, OB
p W. H.lYNEsi,
DENTIST,
Review BuiMinc,
Telephone No. 4.
KOr-SBl'Kti, OBXGOW
Q Si. GEO. E. HOUCK,
Physcian &. Surgeon.
O&ice Po&t Olticv Bid.
Pnouc. Maiu M
KOSKBCRU,
Sacletr iVtcoUao.
p OSEBURU DIVISIOS KO ITfi. B. OF U 1
a meeta every second and fourth. Sunday.
WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS NO. 10, HUTS
first aad Utird Fridays in eaca month.
p KSO POST, SO. , G. A. R-, MKtTS THB
Av first aud third TQursdaja of each Btoath.
at 1 p. m.
ALPHA LODOS, SO. i7, K. OF P.. MEXT8
everr WednesdaT erenina at Odd MIsh
Roaeburs P. O. Hours.
Week days. 6 ;S0 a. in. to S p. m . mi
days and boadaya, 0:oU to 'J.W a. in.
and 5 J0 to 7:30 p. m.
BTACiS ROL'lkS.
RoBeborj; to Marshfield Departs ev
ery day at 6 a. m. ; arrives every morn
ing.
Roseburg to Myrtle Point. Departs
every day at 6 a. in. ; arrives every
morning.
Roseburg to Millwood Departs eyery
day except Sundays at 7 a.m.; arrives
eyery day except Sundays at 4 :45 p. in.
Roseburg to reel 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 atlp. m.jarriyea
Tuesdays and Fridays at 11 :od a. tu.
Hall. Vuiunc Knitfbta
UaUylnrilcd tn i:end.,
la good standing i
LAUKFL LOIX.K. A. F. A A. M , RJCOrLAB
meetincs the id and till Wedaeadaya tw
each ctou'.b.
Kft;ESK L. PARROTT W. M.
S.T. Jitwarr. S'ecy.
It you suffer from tenderness or full
uess on tbe riht side, painn uudt'r
shoulder blade, cotietipatiou, biliousree
sick headache and feel dull, heavy and
sleepy your liver is torpid and congested.
T OSEBURU CHAPTER, SO. 8. O. S. 8..MKTB
--v tbe nr?t and tbirvt Tbundaya oi
mcntb.
UBB1K COSHOW. W
MAl'DE RA6T. Sec y.
TOPERS WOODMEN" OF AMERICA. MKKT
i'A on first and third Tuesday of each ruouib
in tbe aid Masonic ball.
II. W. Miuji, V. C.
U. L. M VRSTSRS deck.
Catcv
11
XtHHiDMES OF THE WORLD. Oak
So. li mevu at tho Odd Fallows' Hal
in Ruseuurs. every 1st, 3rd aud 5th Monday
erening. lsitiug neighUs alwavs weleosa
O. P. Cwhow, c. C.
V.C. USDOS. Clerk.
pHILETARIAS LOuOE. SO. 8. I. O. O. F.
A meets Saturday evening of each week at
their bail iu Odd Fellow Temple at Roseburg.
Memhcrsof the order iu rood standinc areiurit
ed to attend. B. YV. bl RONO. N. U
. T. Jiwrrr, Sco'y. D. S. m.
in. Sec.
P.O. ELKS, ROSEBIKG LOUtil, NO. r.
hold tbeir regular eoiuinuuiealions at th
I O. O. P. ball ou voud and fourth ThursdaT
r of each moutb. All member rvuuetel to at-
tend reKUarly. and all viMUng brothers cor
dially invited lo attend.
CHAS. L. IIAULEV.'E. &
DeWitt'a Little Early Risers will ...:'" "Ll""'""'
you promptly, flewantJy and Perma- j RluSi,
nently by removing the concsstion and ! ech mouth i7:Ai p. is. at Odd Fellows hail
. i-i I.,,,., ij Members ol tha order to good standing ara tD-
causing the bilo (luctH to open and flow Tited to attend.
naturally, tiiky ark r.non ni.n. j . p.r.Wwi,
A. C, MAR.STERS A CO. - ' WKr. 'IHW,r-