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REBEL GENERAL CAPTURED.
Funston' Troop Took Garcia Pris
oner In North Luzon-Three Amer
icans Killed, Seven Wounded.
Washington, May 8. Tbe
partuient has received the
' cablegram :
'Menili, May 8. General Pantateon
Gatcia, a prominent insurgent officer of
the Northern Provinces, was ruptured
yesterday, with some valnablo docu
ments, by Funston'e troops. Regard the
cap'ure an important one.
Manila. May S. A fore ! rot.els on
May 2, attacked 20 men of Company I
of the Forty-foarth Regiment, stationed
at Barotac. IIo Ilo Province, Island of
Fanav. Three of the Americans were
, killed and eeven wounded.
Another Island Scooped In.
An'ckund, V. Z., May 8. dvices
from Samoa ounce that the Ameri
can flg hast. hoisted over the island
of Tutila amiu . reat native tejoiciog, and
the chiefs made formal cession of the is
land to the United State?. The inhabi
tants of Manua a'.eo request the formal
hoisting of the American (lag over that
Drops the Admiral.
WasnixcTON, May 5. A special from
Springfield, O., says:
W. S. Thomas, chairman of the Demo
cratic State Central .Committee, states
that John R. McLean has deserted bis
brother-in-law, Admiral Dewey, and
jumped into the front seat of Bryan's
band wagon. McLean has authorized
tbe state conyention, and has abandoned
till thought of having the time when it
will best suit Dewey's interests. Chair
man Thomas stated farther that there
was no possible room for misconstruction
of McLsan'a action, declaring that it
meant that tbe Dewey ca.ididacy, which
has fallen flat tbe country over, is to be
gradually abandoned. The plan is to
let tbe people gradually forget tbe i
j We pride ourselves on the factthat wc
It Wl icf" C?i'iavc llc arScst Cheapest and Best line uj
Olll L Vy llaL7l Shirt Waists ever shown in thiscity. Prices
from 50 cts to $2.50.
In this department wc show a very hand
some mercuried Sateen Skirt, which cannot
Underwear. be told from silk in M colors cat $3.50.
Cheaper ones but good ones at $1.25, $2.00
x and $2.50.
,3 Urn HI f A complete line of" Covert, Ducks, White
Pique Skirts in plain and appliqucd designs
SkirtSe varying in price from 50c to $2.25.
" mmm " """ ""
-, - J Are all the rage for swell summer dresses.
Z)11K n'OtllO.rClSjWe have a line iu the new gray lavendar
Jand purple shades which are trade- winners.
yy n. willis,
A.ttornoy and Counselor at L'iw,
Wlfl praetlo la all tha atiurti of tha Htat. Of
Br In Muntcru llalMlntf, Douglas eon a ty, Or.
Ronnm t ami I
JRA U. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
OrflVo In Court llouso
Willi Dim. Ally.
OLD INDIAN FIGHTERS.
Pioneers Who Defended Their Homes
Against War Parties. Resolutions
Reorganizing the National Gnard.
Orders have been issued for the rei
mental organization of tbe Oregon Na
tiunal Guard. The old names of First
and Second Regiments are dropped. In
District No. 1, which embodies Portland
ad Oregon City, the organization i!l be
named Third Regiment, and No.
which is up tbe Valley, will be termed
i ri Fourth Regiment, and tbe battalion
east of tbe Cascades, which is designated
as tbe third military district, will
be known aa the First Separate Batta
lion. One independent Company A, at
Marebfield, is not included in tbe organ
Tbe companies of tbe Fourth Regiment
will be designated as follows :
Separate Company C, Eugene, Com
Company B, Ashland, Company B.
Company C, Eugene, Company C.
Separate Company D, Woodburn,
Separate Company E, Rxteburg, Com
Company K, Salem, Company F. '
' Separate Company G, Albany, Com
Company II, Grants Pa, Company
Lane County Suicide.
W. R. Mcrqui", an oi l soldier, well
known here, sommitteed suicide Sunday
night at bis home north of Eugene on the
river road. The boJy was found in a
straw barn about one half nil from the
residence, tie had iemov-1 hU bat,
coat and boots, and laid his pocket-beok,
a letter to tbe coroner, and some other
letters, on tbe coat. I: is apparent that
tbe unfortunate man tben reclined on
the straw and nommttte.1 the deed. Tbe
instrument used was a 41-calibre bulldog
revolver, tbe ball entering the head
fcbova the right ear and coming out at
tbe left tmp!e. The bead aod right
hand were powder-burned. Besides a
letter left to Coroner Cheshire, wan one
left to tbe wife, one to tbe son, and
otbera. Tbe letter to Mr-. Marquis was
placed on tbs gate at tbe residence. It
told of the reasons for committing tbe
deed, where tbe body could be foond,
and gave ioetructione for tbe burial.
Mr. Marquis attended church with bis
family Sunday morning, going from
there to Snringfield, where the letters
were - ."' written, and returned
k, i,.. .- tbe night to take bis
)iM n- . 'cribed. Deceased bad
talk ci - ' i.. iDg eolcide, but as late
as Si' hi- ! 1 1 ad promised his son and
ii'H.'i r 4.ul be would not do so.
It i .- 'arsthat tbe deceased baa for
revert y- ir been afflicted with melin
cuolu. - retimes in an acute form, and
tbe r.i t ag caaaed by this tempera
iuen '.uS aaperindaced tbii action.
At a meetinm of Bennett Camp No. 8
of Indian War Veterans of the North
j Pacific coast, held in the tity of Salem,
Oregon, May 0, 1SHJO, Ibe loiiowiog rei"o
lutions were unanimojsly adopted:
Whereas, We have learned through
our representative in congress. Hon.
Thomas II. Tongue, that t!)i speaker of
the hoiue of representatives of the
Uoited States is opposed to any legisla
tion tending toward the relief of those
old Indian War Veterans who served io
tl.e early Indian wars in Oregon, who
for many years have been 8$kiug to be
placed on the pension roll, or to receive
at leat some recognition at the bunds of
this our government, end
Whereas, We are informed by our
representative in congress. I Ilo. Thomas
II. Tongue, that Speaker Henderson has
tit en the same stand in thin matter as
did tbe former speaker, Thomas B. Keed,
Whereak, We bave been put off from
year to year with different explanations
of ibis matter, and would like to locate
the source of the opposition to our just
demaodt), therefore be it
Rfiolted, By the Indian War Veter
ans of Bennett Camp, that we hereby
most repectfuily call upon the Hon.
Speaker Henierson, of the house of rep
resentatives of the United States to give
his reasons for eooVposiog the legislation
ti at we ask.
Sa'url.vy niht of
been no arrests
of May 7,
prints a lixt of 1C00 names of people who
will leave fur Cape Nome through Port
land, this month.
Albany Democrat: Not ."content with
a law buinii!, hop yard, Jw!;eat ranch
and numerous other tieldd, A. C. Woxl
cock, of Eugene, - has j'ist purchased at
sheriff sale tbe famous Belknap xpriuu:
on the McKenzie, including 102 a:re.
Price, f li'OJ. Wood wklmay never own
the world, but he is fast getting ho'.d
Judge Potter and Dr. U. A. Paine re
turned from Saginaw this morning and
report the urnallpox nt that place, of
mild type and tho pati-nts fa't recover
ing, ibe il jctor iiuiigiU-i tint pin.es
thoroughly and left instructions for die
infecting. The gentlemen went from
here to Cottage Grjve by train, from
tLere to Sigloaw by wheel. Guard.
William Ogilvie, president oi the
Yukon commiseioo, has telegraphel to
Hon. Clifford Sifton census ruiiuiH
which are neatly completed, of the popu
lation of U.iwson ml th Klondiko, says
tbe AlaMkan. Tnia 8ti nv that wince
Jaotlrv of U yeir Hie (piilatio;i hai
more than doublM I, f jr liiio ii wu
then MM it ia now 8H0.j. The riureM
this year are: lw'n, Kiomiiku
3397. Voters in L)aaii, 1 1 2 J : in Klon-
I is interesting t) n ttiat the
number of Americana re over tao to
one to tb u'imher oi 1! itixli au'j4i:ts.
Tbere ar- in tbls reiidiit cnun oY.i'-i
American! an 1 onlv 27U7 i;rit:ili and
4D7 of Other nattooaliti.
am. L.-u:9uige rules ttiat it a
man's duty to build the morning lirw.
Thus one by one ttie rig'.its ur leing
taken lroui him and the next thing we
hear he will aMj have to wasn and dres
That woudarfui, reco-d breaking iw
at Raglevilli, lui gives birth to five
calves again. This occurred last week
Up to date alio has given birth to twenty-
one calves iu eii yearn, The cow be
longs to Hir a Sum who lives lhrne
miles froir. Ragle&ville. In 'J3 she gave
birth to o:)B calf, '!)! ta triplets, ''Jj to
five, raising two, "Jt to tripletH, raining
all, '98 to fear, all being well developed
but dead, l'.MO to live again, all well
ueveloped tmr ilea l. In all, it makes
twenty-one lulves nt six bii tlia. and i-he
wae sex--eful in raiding nin. Olr.n
find.) Jonrnal. '
.Sprague nv-r, Klanutli rountv, 18 the
anglers' dream of a paradise. It is a
cold uiouiitaiii-.'ed strwjin, ,l remark
able clearnes i, and flwa witli inillpnnd
quietness between low grass-tuftud banks
on which there i mi brmh or timber.
The Lakeview K'it'er of May :i gives
a o account of a big catch. It 8iys:
"Rev. L. A. Myers and II. Suhmitik re
turned from liie ucrth fork of Hprague
river in Klamath county last, week with
the greatest catch 'f trout yet brought
from that county. With hook and line
they caught about 4 :)) pounds ttetween
them. Tbe largHl cauglit weighed 13
pjundsaod a fraction."
A Registration Law Injustice.
! Portland Telegram : "Under the reg
ietration law," said u nitizen "rietrly
1 1000 people in Oregon w i 1 1 he prevented
from voting at the National election, as I
understand it. My election time I will
bave been in tbe Stat eight months, but
will not be able to vote, I he.lie.VH the
regint ration law js a g'wl thing in fact,
an absolute ii'-cuHMty, but no far i.h my
observation gMS it in Koiii to work an
injuntice to aonie. When the book
close I will have lived here two month.
As the books clone fix month tiefore lhn
presidential eUclion tlil shots me
" I am a saloon-keeper, ami tiwd to think
that roek and rye, or whixkry and ipiinine
we ro proper rem-, .a..,,
ediea f-r coiiKhs-a J,, l'W
nnd col.ls. Mortal ' l;rf
,,f n.v ,. ii..int. I I fill Wiv
atu'in were of the
xuiiie opinion.-', -( fr-VViVrft
Now I knowM' f
a llintiMiiid times
Ixttcr. It ii Acker's
K n K I ill' Il"-tni'dy for
Couht mid ColtlM. A
KihmI nhilcauo I lun
toioiiKh und found out
th' n that riK-k und rye
wiuhokchhI. 1 got worm:
and 1 wu iM'ginning to think that the trou
tl would run into contmiptim. 1 didn't
take any htut k in patent lm dicim-n, but
hiiiioIiiiw or other I lriel Acker' i:nlih
Itemed)'. One Imtllo did tin; buiiiii-.-s for
lne--kiio:kci that ioii!;li mt completely
iiml it lias never coinn bark u'uiu. '1 here ii
never a day puvei that 1 don't cay n ein:
word ulMint this wonderful medicine. 1 id
inoit liirunl to miy that 1 sun atrongcr mid
!l(liicr now, since taking the n nmly, than
I was lH.-1'ore tlie coii(,-h Im-khii. J write this
letter voluntarily and cheerfully und ant
Kind to do it." (Sijrned) CiiaiM. IIi'miu.p.,
."ul'Kin-kerpt'r, I'ocatcllo, Jaalio.
Sold nt23c..rj0e.ond fl almttle, throiibout
the I luted btuten ond (Janailii; and in l-Uiv;-
land, at Is. 2d., 2a. 3d., 4m. Jd. If you nrcnot
hatixlied after buying, return the botilo to
your druggist, and get your money buck.
H nuthorkr. Ihe atnre fiunranlt.
W. .7. JJUikllt A CO., rruprUUni, tew for.
For sale by M. F. Rapp,
J C. KU M.KRTON
Will pincllee In all the Ktate anil Kc.loial Court
Olllee In Matin' Blilf ., Howbtint. Oregon.
JAK. K. SAWYERS,
ATTORN EY-AT-I.A W,
Room 3 A 4, Taylor A Wilson Work.
QOMMOKOItK S. JACKSON,
Attorney und Counsellor at Law .
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Attorney at Law,
oom. liit. Mar.ter. B,l., ROStBURO, OR
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mining ( ,Ktcii(y.
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Favorite Transcontinental Route
Between the Northwest and ell
Choice of Two Routes
Through the Famous
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All PaHsengers granted a day etoo-over
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tweeu Ogdan and iJenver. . Personally
conducted Tourist Excursions three days
Omaha, Kansas City,
bt. Louis, Chicago
and the L-ast.
For Lick cts ami any Information Re
garding Rates, Houtos, etc., or for 1'e
ecriptive Advertising Matter, call on
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General Pas. A Ticket Agent,
J. CURTIS SNOOK,
rliee ill IHthInihi
Jlilt. mrt l'itnttiri
lelepbono No. i.
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DOCTOR Ol- DKN TAI. SL'KOMRY.
OHIie In llio Mule Bilik iote rleciitm
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QR.CEO. K. HOUCK,
Physcian iSt Surgeon.
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1 11YSICIAN AND SI ROFON.
KohKiu nit ()n;;os
Keelsl attellllnD Klvcn 19 1Im-k til tlie Now
Oniee-Malu KI.,ou cl.Mir loiilbof Cllv Hall
fhone, Main M.
ROHKBUKii P1VISIOS NO 47il, H. OF UK.,
mufaLa ever aeejiml ami (niirlh Kniul.v
ALPHA U)UiiK. NO. 7, K. (I P., HKKJH
ererv WetinewlaT eveulnr aL Oilil Kelk.aa
Hall. VUlllna kuiitlita lu iruud utaiulliw ii.r.
Slali) Invitetl to atu-iid.
jim. w n 1:1.1.1, i;. r.
(J. II. KIIIEIi, ,.. i:.h.
LAUREL UJIi'JK. A. K. A A. M., KEttl'LAB
mbeilnas Die J' and 4tti Wfclin.dv. lu
I'AKKOTT W. M.
DOhKMUHii CHAPTER, M).H. O. K. R..MCKTH
ix the tint suit Ihlnl TUurvlays ol each
JIK). K.J. HTROUU, W M.
MAt'DK KAUT, tfeo'y.
lOUICRN WOOUMKN OK AilKRH.A. MEET
'A on llrtt ami tlili'l TueiAay ol each iniiulli
io tlie rM MaMinlc hull.
U. L. Makbtkkk, Clerk
II. W. Malta, V. '
OUDMBM OF TIIIC WOKI D. Oak Camp
Ho. !.'. Iilecta Hi till) O0 1 1 Ft bill1 Mall
in Knaebiirc, every Int. .ml anil f.lh Mouilav
tvjiilriK. Vitlihig nelKlilKiu a)way welcome.
J. A. BUCHANAN', C. C.
N.T. JEW KIT, Clerk.
ntllLETAKIAN I.OiJ'iK. NO. I, 1. O. O, K.
r lunet Hatnnlar evi iilnx ol eavb week at
their hall In Odd Kollnw lemplu at KoaohurK.
Moinlierkol ttiaonler lu kI mainllua arelnvli
ml toauoml. CIIAI4.OI.ESON N. it
N. T. Jkwktt, Hco'y.
RUHHBOK'I l.OlMiE, NO. 1, A. O. V. V.
inMita the imvodU and lourth Unndavi nl
m buuiuU U:i i. ta. at O.lil ili lull.
Wi inlr ol the ordur in ijooil laiiiHny ate In
riled o attml
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