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ROSEBURG, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1899.
CUBA AND PlEttTOJilCO
President Is Impatient for Civil
FASTENING PLANS TO THAT END
Wests Civil Government Inaugurated
la Cuba During Present Ses
sion of Congress
New York, Not. 10. A special i toe
Times from Washington says :
The Crft task lo which the preMdent
w ill address himself, now that th ejec
tion is over, is the establishing cf civil
government io Cuba and Puerto Rico.
Hs is displaying considerable impatieoce
to have (his work, which has been hacjf
iog fire so loos, poshed through as ion
as possible. The first step toward the
establishment of civil government ia
Cuba ia the completion of the census,
aoP5, it is now expected, will be fin
ished j the end of the month.
The president's desire is to have Cuban
reU-governmetit in operation at once, so
that congress may be enabled to observe
its practical workings aud be aided to
frame laws for the permanent povern
ment of the i-laod. Geo era! Sanger will
leave lor Cua on Saturday to observe
tli Uk i tl the census.
J. G. Ka hUace, the director c posts
for Cuba, has just arrived in Washing
coo, in response to a call from Postmaster-General
Smith, and General Ludlow
kas been summoned to Havana to con
fer with the president.
On the conference with General Lud
low, more than anything tlte wiil de
pend the future ol CqHs. It was given
oat some time ao that when the time
for tbe establishment of civil govern
ment came. General Brooke would be
sent lor, but events since tbsn bare
made it so clear that one of tbe depart
ment commanders iua be better able to
give information of value on tbe subject
than the governor-eeneial. that General
Lodlow has been sent for ia bis place.
Tbe president himrelt is not quite con
vinced that the Cubans are yet ready for
elf-government, but some of the mem
bers of tbe cabinet are, and if General
Ludlow supports them in that view tbe
future of Cuba wiil be assured.
In any event, the end of Brooke's
term as governor-general is close at
hand. Tbe department commanders
will remain for awhile to be ultimately
superseded by civil governors if the plan
works well, but tbe governor-general will
go. Sor is there any prospect that
Brooke will radiance tbe governor-gen-craisbip
lor the position of civil gover
nor. That officer, it is understood, will
be either General Ludlow, General Wood
or General Wilson. - Several of the Ha
vana papers are demanding tbe appoint
ment of Mr. Eithbone, and bis appoint
ment would give satisfaction to tbe Ca
bana, bat it seems liktly that (he ap
pointee m ill be one of tbe department
commanders. General Fitxnugh Lee is
alto advocated for tne post.
After the appointment of the civil gov
ernor, a portion of tbe army will be
withdrawn, but bow large a portion
bas sot been decided upon. Tbe trouble
wiih tbe appointment of one of tbe de
partmCS'tg&auders is that be would
fcav lo reeifJTbi commission.
It is believed that General Wood
would be more likely to do this than tbe
others, ani this leads to tbe belief that
be will be tbe appointee, although Gen
eral Lee's friends point to the fact, as
bis ia a commission in tbe volunteer
army, it would be wasier for him to re
sign than for the others.
If Cuba does get ceif-gevemment it
will be mainly doe to Secretary Root.
Hs baa orjvd tbe substitution of civil for
military government ever since be en
tered the cabinet and has been the prime
mover in tbe cao6e of self-government.
Wbea the caee of Puerto Rico comes to
be considered, it is believeJ that the ap
pointment will go to General Davis.
New Oregon Incorporations.
Ealex, 5ov. 11. Articles of incorpor
atinn curt filnd in the secretary of state's
office this week as follows :
Iowa Gold Mining Company, (500,000;
Lane county; II. B. Kincaid, . A.
Rankin and D. J. Gover.
Pacific I8Ua)p,r& iCario .Company ;
$2000; Portland; John F. Killen, Joseph
li. Fisnijan and Jchn P. Bfjreiow.
Oregon Midland Railway Company;
$1,000,000; Kiamath iFelis; George T.
baidwlo, R. S. Moore, Ilatid Horn, L.
W. Van Uc, W. J. Wood and J. A.
Supplemental articles;, increasing the
capital of tbe W. C. Noon Bag Company,
of Portland, trom $100,000 to $150,000.
"Honest Labor Bears
a Lovely Face"
There is- nothing more
pleasing to look upon than a
hearty, ruddy fz.ee, gained by
honest toil. They are the
saving of the nation, these
toilers of both sexes, strug
gling for daily bread,
7ut blood makes them able to keep vp
the dally round cf ctxfy At home, shop or
store. If the blood hes s. t&lri or im
purity, or a. y fcl'G comes cn,
the one remcoy'T Hood's ZarsaparuLa.,
America.' Greatest Medicine for the blood.
Poor Blood "Sdy blood aas so
poor thai in holiest nxaiher I felt ecld.
Hood's SursjLpariuA made me warm. It is
the right thing in the right place." Hiitie
J. Taylor, Woodstovm, N. J.
"iood'i itU t liver ; the bou-tniritiinir and
eciy ealbirtic te Valie with Hood". Sarwparlilal
ADDS PI TO HIS LUNCH.
The Tardr Saaarbaalta'e StortlfTla
Straggle with (be Reatleea
Paper Pa reel.
Th man in the suburbs had bis lunch
neatly tied in a square paper parcel
which did not look its function, lie
s-urttil from the house in orderly pre--im:i..
..::js the Chicago Chronicle, but
had irirt'ly turned the corner when he
KiublMtl his toe aud dropped the unsus
li ioiis Lunelle to the sidewalk, split
tin the yellow paper and depositing
f..u.! ii Ih mid cake on the ground.
Yuen the train whistle sounded its
warning note, and iu despair the tor
tured suburbanite crammed cake and
breed promiscuously into his fiockcts
and started on a run for the station.
He e:ii!i;iii the last platform of the lust
raraiul luirriedly sank in ton sent. When
the votidut-tor asked for his ticket he
matured to ex.trac.-t the small paste
board without showing the contents of
one mcket, but tugging deep into the
other for his handkerchief to wipe his
healed brow, out flew crumby bread
and strinpy ham and cake that looked
as if the frosting had been nibbled by
ruH-e. The passengers smiled. They
could not have been human and done
otherwise. But the man made no al
lowances for uncontrollable risibilities,
lie glared at the "offending men and
women, savagely thrust back the bread
and battered cake into his pocket and
enveloped his burning countenance in
the cooling pages of the morning paper.
But there was a look of flint in his
eye that spoke the finish of the home
THE SWEEPER TEAM.
A rictareaqoe Spectacle Tfcat la Still
Ie Sees, oa City Bora
The sweeper team, always the pride
of the car stable, is disappearing rap
idly now before the power sweeper of
the electric ar.d cable roads; but when,
on nmsiun, it d.-s appear on the few
rvir.uimiis horse-equipped lines of the
city, it i in;n!c up in the same fine
st j le as ever. When the sweeper team
fi rally goes for good it will trot away
in g:KMl form and flying colors, says
the New York Sun.
Thus there was seen the other day on
a city street car (rack over which horse
cars are still running a sweeper team
of eijrht while horses in perfectly
matcbi-d pairs and all good-sized, the
wheel pair big horses and tbe other
pair lairing uniformly to the leaders,
but not running down very much, just
enough to give the big team form and
style. The hemes of every set of har
ness were painted red, not a glaring
red nor a muddy dark red it was more
pinkish and transparent and this nar
row baud of bright color running
around (he black collar of each white
horse lked neither gaudy nor out of
place; it fjave the outfit just the proper
touch of piiiitiness.
Tbe horses were all good steppers and
they moved with a proper pride; the
big tram was of course well driven. It
was tii't perhaps the greatest team ver
was, but it was seme thing uncomrnjn
As Operated br the Captala ail
His Bride Wbea Tbey Vera
The captain had not been long mar
ried when he was ordered into camp.
Thn lopir-exnezted call had come at last.
To be sure, the camp was in plain sight
of the captain's residence, which was
some mitigation of the hardship, but
then it was still a separation, and to
lighten their terrible condition it waa
arranged that the bereaved husband
and wife should signal to each other
often with handkerchiefs, says the Cin
It was on the second day that the
young wife waa seated on the porch
Tell me, Jane," she said, "is Arthur
"Yes, ma'am," answered the masi
"Then keep waving your handker
chief. I want to finish this novel ! "
At tbe same moment, in camp, an offi
cer from an adjoining company stepped
op to the captain.
"1 say, old man," he asked, "why do
you keep that man out there all day
waving a handkerchief?"
Ob, It's merely a bit of signal code
practice for him," he answered. "Ssy,
I've got some good stuff inside,"
"It seems the courts find no flaw ia
Bilks' will." "You don't say so! Why,
I supposed Bilks to be richer than that."
Uncertainty. Farmer "Can Ihire
you to shock my corn?" Bicycle Girl
(aside)! wonder if he takes me for a
man." Detroit Journal.
Reflected Glory. Viaitor "And
who are you, my little man?" Cuth
jcrt (with conscious pride) "I'm the
baby's brother." Tit-Bits.
"That tenor of ours has a marvelous
voice. lie can hold one of his notes for
half a minute." "Shucks! I've held
one of his notes for two years." Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
''Tell me, doctor," asked the ambi
tious young disciple of Galen, eagerly,
"what was the most dangerous case you
ever had?" "In confidence, now that
I am about to retire from practice,"
answered the veteran physician, frank
ly, "I will confess that it was my med
icine case." Puck. J
During the progress of the Thellus
son will case, which benefited several
I generstions of lawyers, one of the coun
sel employed suggested that something
should stand over "till the day of judg
ment." Said Richard Bethell, who also
appeared in the case he was subse-
j quently Lord Chancellor Westbury:
i "Will not that be a very buay day?"
J Household Words.
j A gentleman calling at a hotel left
i his umbrella in the stand in tbe hall
with the following inscription sttached
to it: "This umbrella belongs to a man
who can deal a blow of 250 pounds'
weight. I shall be back in ten min
utes." On returning to seek his prop
erty he found in its place a card thus
inscribed: "This card has been left by
a man who can run 12 miles an hour. I
shall not come back." Tib-Bits
The Chinese Aarala.
Tylnir knots in the handkerchief to
I jog one's memory had its origin in
China thousands of years ago, before
writing was invented In that country.
SAME OLD fllillT.
It Will Be Bryan Against Mc
kinley and Gold Standard.
WTI IMPERIALISM WILL DIE.
Philippine Question Will be Disposed
of Before Next Election, and Ex
pansion endTrusts will Cut
no flaterial Figure in Cam
paign. Ntw YoiK, Njv. 10 A fpiiial totl.e
Herald from Washington tatt:
"Brvan's nomination is inevitable,"
remarked Senator Morgan of AUbatna,
while discussing the i fleet it Tu rday's
elcctiou. "Two quistious were settled
by the reul:," be added. "McKinloy
will surely be the republican candidate
on a gold ttiuJar.l pi at (or u., backed op
by the plea of gener.il prosperity
throughout the country and tbe demand
from wouey-rentors and the bent Ik i
aries of trosts to let well enough alone.
" Tbe democrats will be obliged to inaki
the fight over again on the Cbivago plat
form, with Mr. Bryan as oor ciniii Ute.
The money question cannot be eliuiin.-tt-ed
fro 3i tbe conttst, and Mr. Bryan rjt -not
le sidetracked. He has mule the
light for the honor, and I d ut.t know of
any nia.i in the party who ran rub him
of his laurels.
"It will be a Utile for tree silver at 16
to 1 with Mr. Brtan as our standard
bearer, against tbe gold standard and
McKinley. What the resoit will be, I
dare not predict. Of course, my hpe8
go out to ny party. Ws have bad to
many lickiigs in the past we are git ting
need to pla)ing the under d.ig.
"To my mind the niooty question will
be tbe prcdomioatii g ifsce in the next
campaign. It could not bo o'lumi e
after the reeu'-l cf the tecent flections.
Even if the republicans dcsiie-1 it o'i.t-r-wise
and tried to force some t-th-r isane
to the front aith Bryau at the bed !
(he democratic ticket, t .e lidkinial
qaestion will be forced upon then:
There is no escape from V. We must
fight oat (he next nv'.ioca! cottett on
sustaining the Chicago platform an-i hce
silver at 16 to I.
"I Lsriiiy l'juk for either cxpantion,
imperiaiUm or trusts to cut aiiT material
figure in tbe next caroja:go. In my
opinion, baed on information derived
from my connection with (he subject of
foreign relations, we aiit hear very little
a boat expansion and imperialism a year
hecce. There is gooJ reason to brliiva
tbe rhilippires aill be d:f.o;eJ of, or
iraclicaDv eo, ttfore the r.ext ekction
"Precidi-.i t McKiuIev evidently has
that idea in view and Ms npabltcan
friends in cot gres a ill tibi'e iu brii-git g
about 6Q. li a result a wi'.l make it dilli
calt for the democratic party to make
any political capital out cf a 'dead iteue."
TRANS-PACIFIC CABLE ROUTE.
Crosses Deep Abysses and High
.Mountains Ready for Action by
Congress Subsidy Necessary.
Ntn Yoke, Nov. 10. A special to the
Tribune irom Washington says:
Rear-Admiral Bradford baa completed
the official naval project for a trans-Pacific
submarine cable between San Fran
cisco and Manila in time to supply con
gress with all the essential information
at tbe opening of tbe next session that
will permit intelligent consideration of
the fotject and prompt action for the in
auguration of the great woik.
AH doubt has been removed rcgardinc
the practicability of tbe enterprise by
tbe adoption of Honolulu, Midway and
Guam as relay stations on tbe locg lite,
ted by the discoveries made from the
navalsurvey ship Nero as to the char
acter cf the ccean bed between thofce
The sounding instruments of this rhip
disclosed an abyss in the Western Pa
cific over five miles dep, but a slight di
vergence from a straight line fortunately
developed a route avoiding this insuper
able otistaclo to laying a working cable.
At another puiut on the same stretch
between Midway and Guam, a sub
merged moantaiu over 12,000 feet in
height was discovered, and a reasonably
level rotd around this was f jnnd.
Tbe physical practicability of the line
now haviDg been assured beyond loult,
it tnly remains for congress lo wtib the
military ueectskies and commercial ad
vantages to scene from tbe const rue' ion
and operation of the system. It was
represented to congrees at its last session
that the revenue to be expected from the
Pacific cable would not attract private
capital un'eas it bad a connection with
Australia, Japan and China, u will as
aith San Francisco, Honolulu and Ma
For that rcasou it Mas deeuied ir.ditv
perifible that the United States should
ova StroGgo island, in the Caroline
roup, cr a cable landing there to insure
the working of a loop to Antra!i i. The
ah enco of this may deter any corpora
tion from undertaking the operation of a
cablo across the Pacific without a heavy
Otis' Report of Deaths.
WAbiusuTtK. Nov. 11. General O.is
today reported to ti e w:-.r d partment
the following deaths:
Oedena cl the larynx, Novpmoer6,
James lloran. cock, Ninth infantry;
cerebrn I hemorrhage, Joseph Pierre, re
cruit, Twenty-third infantry; appopltxy,
N'lverobrr 4: Eli Price, Sixth artillery;
chronic dysentery .November 8, Gottfried
Elfengang, company C, Fonrth infantry ;
chtonic diarrhea, James Hamilton, ser
geant, company B, Twenty-first infanlrv ;
nephritis. Michael Walsh, company II,
Twenty-lirft infantry; aortic aneurism,
November 7, Samuel Jlitllsol, company
K, Sixteenth infantry j'acnte dyoentery,
November 11, Martin Heffron, company
YALE'S ANCESTRAL HOME.
Old Chapel at Dry a Efflwya,
VValea, la Named After
TO one spot in North Wales ninny an
American pilgrim wends his way. This
is Wroxh.nn, in uln.se beautiful church
lie the buncs of Elihu Yale, who gave
both name and benefactions to our hon
o: c;l iiuiiiTMty. On his tombstone are
; i.t these d.rceisc lines:
r.Li-: In An:erlca: In Kuropebred,
!n Africa tr.ivcltd and In India wed.
Wfccr ho ;lvtd and thrived; at Ixmdon
It is from this region, says the
New York Tribune, that Elihu Yale's
i;!i;n progenitor went forth to
New Kn-I.Mul, and Yales still live at
t l.isyn-Yule and worship in the tran
?e;;! h:own as the Yale chapel in the
:n:eiei.t little church of Bryn Eglwys,
m .r v. reM.ii
hi the body of the church, a small con-
(t.-e;::: ( ion of hill farmers, ns their fa
11. er 1,1'i'ni- them lint e done for centu
ries, worship in the vernacular, aud I
h:ue :!!:, thought what amaaemcnt
uul v strange emotions would stir
the i .. . l uf a Yale in-aduate if he
eni:!.i 1 . i rnnsporte.l of n k-.kMcii across
!.: .i. ! tie and drooped down some
Sin !. . i.:'i rnoon into (his time bat
ter. :, v. i .; i her beaten fane, liKiking out
froin its "reen rid e imnn !! .-.....! ,.
! i l s ns the rustic choir wire break
ing i::to l.ie "Magnificat": "Fv craid
a f:mri..i ye nrglwydd a'tn hyspryd u
Kiwencycnouu yn .Nuw fy fachawdwr."
THE COPRA INDUSTRY.
Am laaportaat Trade Slay Be Trans
ferred to the failed State
Consul Skinner at Marseilles invites
attention to the fact (hat the occupa
tion of Ir.e PbiKppiLes by the United
States wry lead to the transfer to tbe
United States of an industry cow al
most exclusively contir.cd lo (he city
of Marseilles. He refers (o the copra
icdustry, snd states the situation as
"The crushing of oleaginous seeds
and cccoanuts. for (he est met xa of the
oil they contain, has fur many years
given employment to hur.c'ri -Jsof work
men, atd tLc skillful Uie cf l,.t ndtd oils
in the manufacture cf it rsve to thi.
city its world-wide repi:u::.:r. for the
latter. In. more recent tirr. the A.T.cr-
iesu cotton seed cil has to n Ir.rpe t x-tt-ul
replaced the repi-n t .- e ; -ut o'!.
at the sin:? time stverc!v , .'.i ;.c
seed-criiahing Lusices. A : r an:i-
facturer ciixiits me tL; ;i . ' . :: c.':'.
cannot, however, entirty : .; . '-r: :he
cocoanut oil, as the fci;'.i' r. ;f L:d
alone, produces a soap tt.j .ft to it
acceptable to comrr.ercr; :.r..l the lat
ter, if nnrcixed with cot:c:-. peanut
oil, makes a senp as cjt:c!i tco hard.
I am informed that a mixture "f bout
half and ha'f prcuueis ti e L: : r. . t.Ms,
nd that the fsihirs cf Mar: elilt s rr.rn-
ufacturvrs lo maintain iL--.- ; re por
tions Las bten followed I v a distinct
falling off in the rir-iity of so:ne fa
mous brar.ds cf Marseilles tor.ps.
"The copra cr cocoanuts crushed in
Marseilles come almost exclusively
from the Philippine islands. In the
year JS'jT the imports an'.cunUd toCSG.
120 metric quintals, ia r.fCitiun to
which 31.010 metric quir.'.uls were im
ported from the French co?..tU. The
highest price paid at MarM ) during
was SCSI and the lowest $5.oL
The nuts fall from the irrr r.i.d lie on
the ground until the hard the!! sep
arates from the kernel and drcays. The
kernels appears to lose rone cf its use
ful qualities, though permitted to re-
n.ain on (he ground fcr a year cr more.
When a favorable opportunity occurs
the copra, is gathered, dumped into
come Fi-'ia'lcoastingboat.SBd eventual
ly reaches Marseilles. At tie present
time the price is uncertain nnd almost
double the average figure, because of a
complete suspension of arrivals from
Manila. On Januarv 11 the total stock
of copra in the docks and warehouses
was only 1,530 quintals, and the fear
now prevails that the troubles among
the natives will prevent the shipment
of any considerable quantity for some
time to come.
"The assurance that means of com
munication between the Philippcnes
nnd the United States will soon be
established will make it appear easy
for American capital to build and opcr
ote crushing mills; and, with cotton
Ciil in unlimited quantities to draw
upon, the manufacturers cf soap will
be in possession of additional resource
for.arry ing on their business." Wash-
5o Fllea on Thla Man.
Benjamin Kcrdcll, a wandering clock
repairer, is death on flies. Three years
ago, when at Kahwny, N. J., during a
storm he was picking cherries, when
the tree was struck by lightning. Iter
dcll received a severe shock. It trans
formed him into an electric man. Any
one who shakes knnds with him novr
receives a severe shock. By pressing
the blades of a knife between his
thumb and ficger during a storm he
rharges the metal so strongly that
heavy weights can be lifter!. When
flies alight ;pon him they drop dead.
When he is in o dark room sparks flash
from his llesh and his eyes shine like
incandescent lights. Whenever a
storm approaches Berdell becomes
highly charged with electricity, nnd it
is dangerous to touch him. He snys
that he feels no inconvenience excrpt
that he will not po r.rar a moving loco
motive for fear of being drawn against
It and killed. N. Y. Press.
Drinwinir the Time of Day.
In Ulster you can find the f'bull"
lourisking; here is a pretty example
)f the ::?!! J
lad just mi
y n ::!! j i
bul!:" A cm
i:j with gr.';;. j
1 lit rr.ntic.'il cr." .
.;.i-i. n. ni:t: v a--:::
, f It. One ('
1 ; 1." c!o;p to
i:; i:ubt rs I i 1
li.r.e. n.";! li,':l i; ! ;y i' v.
I.i n.n .!i '.ill r;i'?.f-l l:ilTl l'
the dial. Afler a few rn i t- . . '. ; ;
appeared drngginir with li': . : ' . '. "
heavy, "litre she is. ;,;r l.cru r, i r.'
hnrd set Ah w as to get her up." lie Lad
torn up the dial from Its setting and
dragged it up Uie hill. Chicago Times
Kevr YorU'a Police.
The New York police department on
March 1 had a total membership of 7,201
officers and men, of whom 91 were in
the bicycle squad, S'J in (he tenement
house squad, 104 were detectives, 33
were in the (.unitary corps, nnd nine
were detailed for service in the house
1 of detention. There were also 38 police
Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness,
and flavor noticed in the finest cake, short
cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc. , which ex
pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable
by the use of any other leavening agent
Made from pure, grape cream of tartar
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK.'
Shoes, if correctly fitted. Wc arc prepared
to show the most complete line of Shoes
ever shown in our store, having succeeded
in reaching the best and largest Shoe Fac
tories in the cast. We should like to have
a chance to make you acquainted with our
stock aud prices as we feel assured that both
will please you.
IThere is a Quality
aoout our Drugs
Which secures permanent patronage. Wei
buy in small quantities, and buy frequently,'
therefore we always have a Fresh Stock ofj
Full Standard Strength Drugs.
Our aim is for Quality, and we hit the mark
The merits of our prescription Department J
have built up a large trade in this line. j
A. C. MAR5TERS & CO.
r Prescriptions com-
" pouudeJ Day and Xiglt.
Name it? Why, spell it backwards and you
have it Nice fresh stock of Staple and Fan
cy GROCERIES constantly on hand. Fine
Teas and Coffees a specialty. Cauued goods,
Flour and Feed. Fine fresh goods at reason
able prices. Give me a trial order.
MRS. A. C. KIDD.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
VVe have a complete
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
FRESH AND TROPICAL FRUITS,
Which will please you in both quality and jjjj
Price. GiveisaCaIl. &
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK. 2
" . -
To let you know that we
Staple and Fancy
K ax G a
Our stock is being constantly replenished atul
enlarged, hence our goods arc always fresh and
holder to a selection from
porcelain china. A chance
nothing. Come aud see.
A A h,.
Cau be combined iu the same pair ofj
l'" una.... A-Jk.Q
have a fine selection of
given with ever cash
purchase which entitles
our handsome decorated
to get something nice for
Everything at the lowest
A Completo Jir o of
now ou L-ind.
LkIips Dress Goods liildo!i, Tiim
uiD-s Laces, Etc., Etc.,
-Al-so a Cu IIiu;cf-
of tho best quality anJ latent s'jli-.
fStaplo aa-l Fancy
Wil, Willow, etui Glass an,
Crockery, Cordagf, Etc, also 01
band and at prices to snit tbe
An up-to-d:it lino of
H. G. STANTON.
EAST AlID SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacllic Co.
Kiprtae tnuna laava Fortlaad iailj.
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5 X) P. . 1 Ar. Opdin Ar. 1:10 P. M.
S:oS P. M. i Ar lenvr Lr. l.: P. M.
A. M. Ar. Omaha Ar. s . M.
SIS P.M. I Ar. rhicarw Lr. 6. P. M.
7 00 A.M. 1 Ar. Loa Anrtlra I 9 :i P. M.
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T:A, it. Ar. hew Orleaoa Ar . P. il.
DtnlnK Car Obstrvatlon Cars.
r.: 11 man firft clataanJ tocriat car attached
to all Iraida.
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7.M A. BL i I.r.
Ponland - Ar. i a.V T.
11 V A. a. Ar. - Corraliia
Lt. I l JOr.
t Albany and CorTmlila eonnevt with iratrr
ol Corral. i A Eaalcra railroad.
luUopcck nee I'aj-enger Dti'.y (ticxft nudc)
Lt. Portland Ar. j f a.
Ar. - KcMinviile Lt. I c a.
j. Imlypcn-lonce Lt. I 4 V A. .
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R EOZHLEB. C IL MARatUAM,
Direct connection at San Fra"lro wiih
nlramaliip line f..r llava-i, Japan, China, The
rhunppinM .ii auMia. a.
rortnmaxh iirim inanKi can on or -v
drrH. L. B. MCHIKE AsrBt or V. V. L"NDON,
"Scenic Uae ei the World"
iLe Fa vol its TraaroiniiiM Uou'e
Blevn tlie Nerthebt ami !1
Choice of Tao Routes
Through tbe Famous
Rocky Mountain Scenery
And Four F.ou'.es East
ol Fuel-lo and I:nver.
All I'awngcts Rraritt-d a day s!op-tv-r
in ttio Mortiicn Capital cr aovahcre re
tfcn Oitilen and Deaver. IVifonally
conducted Toorist Excursions three days
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
F.r Tickets and anv Information Kc
irar.lins Rate", Route?, etc., or f. r le
ptrii'tive Advertisinjr Mut't-r. " c.U on
Agentsf Orevon Railway & Navigation
Co., Oregon Short Line or Southern
S. K. HOOFER,
General Pass. fe Tu ket Asent,
R. C. MCHOI-.
Goreral A sect,
2ol Wash. St. Pciti.ihd Or.
Roseburg P. O. Hours.
Week days. 6:30 a. nt. lo 8 p. ra. Sun
days nnd hoii'lavs, 0:30 to 9:00 a.m.
and 5 :30 to 7 :30 p. in.
Roselmrit to Marshfield Derails ev
ery day at 6a. a.; arrives evrry oioin
inp. r.oseburji to Myitlo Point. Perarts
every day at 6 a. in ; arrives every
liofeburx to Milhvcj.i IVpans e". -r
day except Sundaiai 7 a.m.; arrive
every l ty exi-ept Sitmhiys it 4 :V p. m.
li welMiri! to Peel Depart !lniiy, ( s
I'fpt Sun. lav) at 7 rt. in ; nriire il rlv.
(pvi'et Siind:o 1 t 3 ! in
Riwehnr to l.ii'iev iV,..irl!
lii iiM.! K'i.lx hI 1 f. ii . ; ,! i iye s
Til'- ;a nn.l F.i ui 1 1 :3i . i:i
II y. .1 eulTcr f .-io lei;dtrin,'S r tr.il
n,v . the nciil xi.l. pii:.- n t i,l-
shoulder Madf, C)r.!'i;'i."n. I.i!iiiisi 4 sj,
pick h"sd.ich" nnd re-- d'slltheavy am)
sleepv y.i.r livr in torpid niulionttei-teil.
DnWilt's LittU E4rly Ri-'eia nil! . i r
you promptly, ple.i'rtiit'y a.l l ernm
nently hv removinit thu r.i s'ioii hc.I
catiPinrf the bile ducts tool en and flo
naturallv. tiikv ake good imi.is.
tt or one on.
C 8. Senator
Hecielary ol Iale..
rinpc Pnb. luMrnelloD.
lO.W. Mr Bride
lino, u iit.O0
IU. A. Mortfy
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t. 1. lii'Ker
C. ts. ,kX
i. 11. Af it iuw a
. H. la
l E. K.blarkbarB
.r. a. Jtuuie
Supreme Jode . E. ot.n..a
(&. 8. Beaa
sto,- jcdicial Dirrain.
julse. J. w. Hatrl'ij-ii
fr.ecaUDf AtKwi.ej (xo.ll. brmrn
c. a. lake, orru a, toeSBcae.
P.?reiTer Urr.ry B oth
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V. B. UTU arttAB.
Obervcr Ihofc. ),.r r a
itenator a. . fcd
iG. W. WoukOttt
Rcprecuuiirc )w. W. Wi!m a
'J. w. Ccoa
Sheriff. a U hulseaa
Ieaaurer . (i. w. Llmiuick
..H. P.. C-IP tie
)M. li. Thou, Loa
IJ-rnr Thirl -
Dr. K. V. Hoorcr
eheep 1m pet tor.
Tttoa. r aorta
rm mcr ornttu.
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. I. r. r iu
citt or Busier ee.
W. A. Eraler
(P e Dnraa
' i:. V. Parka
IK. W. Kwa
- )W. R. W l!ta
I P. V. Huntley
tU. C ekmin
F. W. lHUaxd
lib WarJ .
CITT Cm KCIL EAT10.
Tbe Common Council ol tbe city ol Kntebara:
nu-eta the Brat Jlunday la each bmibib at S
o'clock f. m.
The Circnil Court tor Duaglaa Coaalv Breek
.arwumat year aa louowa: Ike Sd Moa
day in JUrth, tbe 4'J If inula y in Jane, and tae
Ui Monday in bwvaiber. J. W. Hamiiweol
Eoebar ja.lire. Go. a. Broan.! Koaelmrc.
proaecu lilt je att.ney.
OranlyCo'irtDiMftathe UI Mrdnesday tdt
the lt Mni.day ol ianomry, Van-b, May, July.
September and Not ember, Joe, L)ora. of
Drain. jo.fe; X. 1. Thompauao; eeonabar'
and Jam. hyroo, ol Olal'a. ms m mtinorrv
rwai ourt ia ia aearioo coDUBBon.ij. Jo
QOMMODORE S. JACKSON,
Attorney an.l Counsellor at Law.
iliniai; Lawand i"ater Eights n.ao'a
Marfan Elu. LOc-ir CKG, I EFUOS
JTJM OiL.ibLE. M l D. D.
Offite ia the li-.ile trick oi fotlie Elocum'a
Q.f;t;titjr: ii. mows,
Attorn ey-at-La. ,
JBA B- fclDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
iux la C. urt IIoue
Wiih Du Attr.
P W. BENSON,
K.m 1 Ai"l :
yT R. WIT.T.TS.
Attorney ar.d Counselor at Law,
Will praeUee ia U ika mm ai tae Stat, '-f-
Bte to MvsUra BkU-lisg. Doagira a&aetj. Or.
Attorney at Law,
o. mil At. Mr.st-r Bldt, KtBrvo. .
iVBuncesa before the C. K Land -evr an
auoiiig m a apecialty.
Late Receiver C. 8. Land lr.
J A. L Uf. HANAN, N.-ary Tobli..
Collections a Specialty.
ltrit'ptioue . 4.
Qli.tJrO. E. HOI C,
Physcian cc Surgeon.
OSite Po-t Cltire Fl.J.
1'ut.no. Main ..1
RaEBUE.i DIVISIOS KO B. OF L L,
n-.ects rvcry t-wtij and lursh eitraay.
W'OJIES-S KtUF.F COUPS NO. VK MEXT3
Qnt and lidrd FiMayt ta eat Mnih.
RKNOHV-T, SO.i.1, a A. R.. Mi CTS TBI
tirM :. third liiundays ol each munlh.
At i y. ia.
a ltua l.oLHin, n.-. k. or p., Mirrs
4 ev-rr WoiiHwtav evenutii al id fellows
Hall. Victim Koi:!.'! !n kixk! Mandinc r
llailylnri' -.1 rJ.
TACK'l !re:. a. T. A A. M.. RFtifl A
Aa n.w-i..t . ... ;.i and -trii W,ltilay la
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p O.-KUr K(S I'll A PTFR. NO. s. . K. S,. N MTU
tlie lirt and lhrl Th.irwlaya oi each
I.ir.BlK COSHOW. W M.
M Al IKi H A ST. St-eT.
l)OKKN WOOPMEN OF AMERICA. MEET
a-I on hr t nii'l ihld luta'y oi vaca month
in the i.l MKw.nic h I. "
It. W. MU.LKR, V. C.
II. U J? 'STrM. I l.-tk.
U'OODJIKN F Tiiti WORI.lt. Oak (ami
No. U'.. n:ifli ill the Odd Fellow' Mail
:n K. -.-.'!. ':rt mry 1st. :.nt and 6th Monday
..votiiiii. Vii:iug uiighbors always welcome .
O. P. Coskow, C.C
V.: 1..NDOM, i lori.
r!II.FTARUS LOiKiK. NO. S. I. O. O. F.
m-.-' I"i1mt rvvnipa of ai-h wevk al
ll'oir ! (.l fi.;uw T-inp!e at Roaehunt.
V, i: t.. ..rV- li. i-.m'.i rtAn.llt.i; rr tttvii-
i" f. It W. STBOSti. S. I
. T JmtTT. ' y. D. S. H ist.
! P.O. hi KS. U.KIU.T.G LOlHiK, NO.
l.l.i tiuir riy-ulcr rommunii'atton at il
I (.. K. litiU im ' V. -lid nnd ioiirtb ThirnU
l i'H':i ivi..ilh. Al ttn-iil-eni rvtuttwi to at.
triivl n's :'.irlv. ar.l all vtitinE troter cor.
Hiil'.y imiirtl trtaitcn.l
IU'ltitLA' WA11K. E. K
IKA . KlPItl.E -HHrctiry.
pottrBrRis loihif. no. ib. . o. r. w.
nx-U tho "wond aad lonrth Monday 1
rli moni l 7:.J' p. m. at Odd Filowa'hal
WoirNo 'h, ord ..r ia 'adtns arl.
'itcd In an-td.
I f Vn,
K. W. Roai'h. Fl an. i
I, Fourteenth infantry.