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7 ' FRIDAY, MAllCII27th, 1885, A LAUlEL LODGE A. F. V. WILL HOLD V .V reffa!ar meetings on Wednesday .on or before CJeach lull moon. O. A. BEATH, W. il. . J. P. L'ii.OiN, Sec. ROSEHJRG REVIEW t&ttrfrtZrK. prlI:-ETARTAJf LODGE, - '-y-iS 8, I. o. O. K., meet. . r"-"-5- on Saturday evening of iash wctk at 7 o'clock, in their hall "at KoAelmrg.. 7Aj rt ber . the on! jr in fcood standing are Invited to attend. Br order of tH X: O. . ft 'VJH KXCAMPHENT. 9, h O. 0: 1 tfec't Kt Odd i fcllcrwS' Hall oil th first mid fsffird T! ttrsnftjSof bjrt Hiortfh. twiting brethren hi tits'! to irttenrt; , L. liEuf ilS, C. P. A. C; MxiiKV, Scriba . . . . . . , , WCMPQCA CIUrTRB,Xdll, F. A. XL, hM i their regular ohuauiili.atioiit ecry first anl tIlrJ Tuel;iy in each month. AU .i 'numbers in good Htandinir w ill Uk due and Mmcly notice and govern themsel vea feConJinyly; Visiting co.naniiiw are invited to meet tilth th napel when convenient. : x , J. C Fl LLKRtOH, H. P. I. Friudlasde.. Se'v. . Closing Rates.--We have made tuch Arrangements with the IV. Y; World as to be able to famish the World and J:eiew for one year for S3. 00, This proposition applies to all tew subscribers paying iu. advance, and to all old subscribers payiug arrearages and one year iu ad ranee. . Teiurned lion. ' Dipper Herman, re turned home f rem Wasinngtoo city on Mon- . dav' train looking halu un.l hearty. The distinguished gentleman enjoyed his (astern -trip very much, tafcinff iu all tli sights of this wouderfully b.iliiai;t year. We are glad to welcome him horn- on. e more. . ComiT House FEscKwWmkl as"' at 'Tart l)cu c uufjunced ou the new Court Houae enee and will be pushed to completion It will he male of pickets and will be quite an Attractive ornament to the public square. A!n!id atad for public gathering should also be erected in the yard for the -benefit c1 pjafcorsanl maiuiaas for outside metiugs ' TukF o ;i).tif. .W edl your egecial at ts -it ion to the fact that the Coinpany known, "SaimaU & !3o a en Bros" $ iloiug first class work in a J their hoes ;f b uiness. The foun dry will cast for you anything up to V loco- ' motive, they will ah your horses in good suae, and a!si they havs a wain s'ioy in commotion with their larije biuiuc ss. iiive thi m a ca'.J .it once. i Sau?LK CoriKj. Thi3 we.k n.ai y ot our readers, have 'received sample - copies' of the New Yor W't 11. To thtise who wish to ubscriba far that nost excellent jonrnal we wdi furnish it and the Hemew for one year for $r,0 ) in advance. Dj not fail to take ad vt ntaga of this gn at 'frer as the World i unquestionably the b ;.tc "eueral newspaper pull v vti auu t'de Keview gives all theloca' u j. "State Boak j ov luMiuBATiov. Gover nor M . . has just made the following ap poiaiuieaU as a state hoard of immigration coiiimiasioatrr : Hon, H. W. Oirbett and C s. i.- Di ld of Portl tu 1, Hon. L. 13. Cox, of I'endteton, W. N.'-Idu of Sal jn , f and Hon H. 1?. MilJei- of Josrpluue county. Thy are authorized the expenditure of $5, tOU unnnalSy in disseminating ahrouf iufor inttioa.con.'.eriiiii tht? resciurces of osir staUv Dzvr.t of Mas, Kalks Mrs El z tbeth B hi, in .-.tljer of O. W. B-tles aud Mrs. Geo. Fro tzman, died at her home ithU city Mon day morijing, March 23d 1S3", aged 73 years 4 mouth r.Tfl ii days. The funeral services took pUce at cu I'rcV by terian church TUes di aal w re j3u lioi i i by Her. W. A. Sjiick. A large concourse of friends fol 1 i.Tcd the remains to their last resting place iu tli Odd Ft. lows Cemetery. She was full ot yeWs ai:d Christian lupe and went to sleep in trie faith:' ' Like one who wraps :'nt dra piry of coucli around htm, And lies down to lo&4.tat dreams.'' ' Tj C j RRE3PSD2"TSI We earnestly sol icit -correspondence from all parts of the county, and sny to you,' be sure and get your items to u, by Wednesday ereuing or Thurs day morninu's tram cr mail.' Any commu nications coming later will have to go over uu.il next week, for we go "to press Friday morning; and lock up on Thursday evening, lie sure and write something every week. Oar mau readers want to hear from you and thus you advertise your particular section of country, which will insure you immigra tion which is cimiug do rapidly to Oregon Wake np, - . A Heisou. Csime. Oi Friday night last some individual went into the orchard of Thos . P. Shcridau, on the railroad a little st.uth of town, an I kT : a:eiy cdled forty-nine "beautiful fruit trees. Tie person removed his boots and wl vii on his heels, then crawled on his bauds and knees. He mi'V have been irmed with a heavy butcher knife as the bark-not pealing from some of the trees lie hacked them as. if overcome by sudden madness. Tids' is Undoubtedly the mr tnest thing which was ever committed iu thil vicinity and shoves the 'u Ity party to possess those attri i.tes of cunning treachery and malevolence which will some day land him iu the penitontiary. A coat of tar aud feathers and riding on a rail would hare been his deserts if he had been discovered. We hope every effort will be made by our offi cials to discovar the guilty party aud bring him to jisticv as such a character is more dangerous in a comunnity than a horse thief or a murderer. - To Be Feaeed "March is to feared,' says the Willamette Farmer, "when it brings flowers and perfume to us, and to be r spec ted when it comes in its proverbial guise of .-cold rain and wintry weather. March for 1SS5 is beautiful as May. ' The'scason is phe. , nomenal, aud we look with apprehension, for fear that April may compensate to us for all this beauty and fragrance by . assuming the ' garb of March and bringing disaster as was the case in 1SS3. Theu the long cold jraina that occupitd the entire month were very discouraging and annihilated the entire fruit crop. , The sap ceased to flow and young fruit blighted aud fell off brcause it had no nour ishment'" There is little promise in the snowy beauty and ddightful fragrance of j the cherry trees -now in bloom.- Yet we hope forallthisa phenomenal year, as one that ushers iu the Woomis of April with the ides ot Alarcu, and lulfills the promise of the . . ....... . A abundant blossoms in an abundance of fruit, Would certainly be. LOCAL ITEMS. Itoads are dustv , Entertainment tonighL x Plenty bt work for willing lutnda. ; Drive down the nails in the sidewalks. Fix yotfr sidewalks, or the Marshal will. V More stir in town last Saturday than usual, i ' Yaukee Doodle Band Minstrels Tuesday venmg. .... "w ' - ' J J. W, Lane, of Portland, la visiting friends in this city. . ' - 1 Jacksonville is to be entertained by me teut theatricals. 3 , . James O'Mjlley's sigii shows wol!4 i?eaxl it and 6 to him about woi k. , 1 Dcuglas county Bank is now clad in blue diapery. It means expansion. ,' Mr. Hotcbist is building a house for a m iihnery shop and grocery store. A, 1. F.iut, of Salem, wrs , in town th is wetk the (,ntst of his son S. C Flinc. W. F. Owens h:s bought and so'd some wool this week.v Times are getting some betv ter. ' ': . ..- Fifteen new subscnbei s per.week hare been Ouraverago since January. Send os your name.! ' ''Fence and quiet reigu in the French Set tlement," eo'caid an old pioneer te us last Saturday. ' ' C. Ball goei to Salem r.gaiu April 6th to argue some important casts befcre the fc'a- preme Court. Win 7?r7irnf Prrtlar.il bnncrhr Bmu fin horses here this week and shiipol ti to the metropolis r - - ' George Conn of Paisley left this city for his home lat Monday r- We reineinbt-r him' as an o;d time fneuu. jlJooert Easton will optu about the 1st cf April a grocery store in town. We bespeak for him a liberal I'atronage. . r The motion for a new trial has been den'ed In the O'Keil murder case at Jacksonville aad he has beiu atr.teuctd to be hung. Horsemen should remember the . Hevikw office when in need of pesters. Good work and low prices can be had on application. Thcs Grisdale Doad Supervisor is doiug good work across the bridge, and will reach the end some time. The work doue is solid and sure. W. H. H. Grant was in town this week in the interests of the "Travelers Insurance Company" of Portland Oregon, W. N. Moore is local,' Agent. The Eastern' papers gre ua evidence that the bottom of hard times' has been reached, and that the -progress towards better times will be slow but sure. ' - At the residence of the bride's p-wnts in Scottsburg o.i March 15th, Eli Copeland was married to Miss; Ai n'.e E. Patteison, Asa Andrewf, J. P. official lag. Ex-Senaor Nesmi'-h has so far recovered from his recent j sick u ess as to enable his friends to again tke him home, r where he can be cared for by his relatives. . J. W. Webb's lectnre last Sunday niht jit the Preibycerian Church was well received by the large audience in attendance. lie is ! an earnest advocate of Temperance, v 11 Oilf cuie. prisinj barber Phil Da Motta has put one of those beautiful and unique rotary toilet stand iu his shop, 'which is worth seeing. Made by P. Benedict. j ;, The fSalem Statesman conies to hand this week in its new .dress aud is as pretty as a full iIooni rose. It has made wonderful im provemeut uuder its new management. Tvl-o cases of Trichiuosisone fatal, in Wash ington Territory, caused by eating eastern porl'i These are, the 7 first cases reported in tither Washington Territory or Oregon . Dr. Tattou and Diediich will return to their Portlmd practice April 1st. Those desni g treatment, 'nodical or dent. 1, inu;t be g( verned acccrlingly and apply at once. II. C. Stanton our efficient Post Master called this week an l said that be "wanted to take a view" so we gratified his dcBire by offering him a Rs-view, aud ha sw the point. Phip Mathews is in his place of business from morniug till nig t, ai.'d if you want any blacksmithing done give him a call, for he knows jnst how to do the work. See his ad Leonard Howe an old citixen of Douglas county returnedfro n W. T this week in god heat it, and speaks well of that country. Wesi.spect, and hope that he wid remain in Douglas however. Hon. F. P. Hogan, of this city, who wtnt east to attend President Cleveland's inanga ratu n, lifi.-t left Washington, and after a few weeks visit to his pireuts iu Minnesota will return to Hoseburg. , ' The Jewish holiday called Matzea or un leavened broad begins next Monday. An or thodox Hebrew told us there were about two hundred pon ids of unleavened bread brought here for this especial observance. Oregon gains mo r laurels. This time in the dried prune closes, having gained, first premiums at the Nev Orleaus VVrld's Fair Italian, German, French aud silver varieties ISo awa ds have yet bean made on cereals. The Sngar pine Mills owned by Mrs. Gors- pne is now in trim order and turning out first class lumber of all kinds-every dayt Sugar pine, cedar, fir, an I mouldings of ail descriptions can be had by calling on tHern. See ad. . The census rolls have been completed and sent out to the various county assessors from the office of the Secretary of State. If faith fully taken as provided for by the blanks fur nished the census of 1SS5 will make a valua. tie showing. , - W. H. H' Grant special. Agent of the "Traveler's Insurance Company," haa b een in town this week and has done considerable business in the Accidental insnrance depart ment. Vkt believe this to be a good com pany to insure in. Deports says that Sol Abrahams will build the proposed war house at Central Point and will also have a store with a large stock of goods at the same point. Sol sever does things bj halves and if he once starts in he may build ua a railroad before he quits. ' The undersigned will sell. at public anc- ftien Aprjl the 8th 1 SS5, all the personal prop - erty be onging to the estate of Philip Peters i .1 a. il. n.- m v tiiA iiAAaean aeceaseu, ac w miles east ef Kosehnrpr, on ieer rets. I R. B. Tixcx Administrator Paj your taxes. A little rain is needed. "" Circuit Court convenes on Mondaf, Majr 4th. . AVe hare done seme neat job work this week. "' : lea Rice, of Jttice Hill, was in town over Sunday, Cleveland's course is being univer sally endorsed, Mo.-e attention should be pfcid to tfti f cenie teriefsj Correspond ettts Wanted in every pre cinct in Douglas countv. II. Dyer, of Myrtle Creek, Was in our city Tuesday on business. Jas. Wright has sold out atGlendale and returned to Roseburg. The past week has b?en one of much enjoyment for our joung folks. Hon. II enry Beckley, of Elktcn, paid us a friendly call Wednesday. Judge Fitzhugh now has his office in toom 3, up staus, over the county jail Our fire companies should take some practice, if the -v.ater s ippl will psr- tllit. -..'' ' :'V- James Couistock went to Albany ca I i'iast Tus Jay returning Wed nesday. - Insure in the companies represented by W. N. Moore. Thev are first-class and reliable. The immigration to Oregon this year will be the greatest, ever known iu the history of the state. Prof. Fehnenian's dancing school is well attended and is giving much satis faction to the pupils. Tom Farquar and J. Johns went on a prospecting tour to Olalla last Friday but returned Monday. M. Tinton brought some fine horses to town this week and no doubt sold .a u - them at a good price. Several ugly characters have been seen in town recently. It would be well to keep a sharp lookout. Roseburg is rapidly improving and many new buildings are in - course of erection this delightful weather. Hon. Ja.. CliMioweth, of Oakland, made Roseburg a flying visit Tuesday. We are "always pleased to see him. J. N. Casteel, Chas. Nail and James Wright have leased the Grand Apple- gate mint s of Abraham, Lsvens k Co. ' From I. C. Kent we learn that in ; preceint No 16 there ar two schoels running, one at Civil 'Bend, ''.''the other at Dlliaids. ' ' ; Albeit Cavitt, ef Vancouver, re turned boriie ..this week, after a short visit to his brother, R. L. Caritt, .of East Umpqua. . ', - W.-S. S. Rice is quite sick, and from Dr. Hoover we learn he is 69 years old., We hope he may recover his .... A .., J wonted health. J. W. Carlon has the finest stallion in the country, has excellent pedigree, and is all he claims for him, Jf w are allowed to judge. v The couese of our school directors in regard to commencing the free term of 8choolJn the fall is generally endorsed by the community. ' Sol. Abrahams has returned from a trip southward, wheie he has been looking after his mining interests and selling lots at Grant's Pass. J. Jaskulek has secured dirt from the cellar, being dug by. Caro Bros. and levelled up his residence yard, which will make it quite beautiful. George Brown, son of Thomas Brown of this county, is receiving much no tice as an brator at the Willamette University, 6t which be is a student. Father Sutherland is worse than he has been for sonie time. He is suffer ing from suffocation. Mr. Adams went to Oakland 10 -see him this morning; Senator SigHn, according to the Coos Bay News, asserts that the liquor li cense law does not compel the publica tion of the nam3 signed to the peti tion. We received an interesting commu nication from Canyonville this week. but accidentally mislaid it, and our apologies are , due tbt author. Write again. - Read the account of Miss Cleveland, the new mistress of the White House, published in another column. It was furnished us by eur Oakland corres pondent. Why do all the conductors and rail road men wear such neat fitting suits; reason, because you see, they go to A. Roberts the Clothier ia Portlrnd and get them. - a Do not foi-get the Yankee Doodle Band Minstrels at Slocum's Hall next Tuesday evening. The boys deserve a generous benefit. Secure a reserved seat at once. ;--R. G. Scroggs, Jr., Roseburg's en- 1 terprieing Real Estate Agent, has just several advertising signs aroitnd , m w.v town. They were printed at the Re- j view office, and are leauties. imsam B: T. Sharp will pi each at the Wini berly scheol house the first Sunday in "April at 11 o'clock A. M. v Asher Marks returned from Portland Thursday accompanied by Miss Esther Marks, his neice. The rouug lady will remain in our town some time, vis iting friends. Rev. Mr. Miller of the Baptist church will preach in the MJ"E. church south in this place noxt Sunday morn ing and ' evening. All are cordially invited to atttmdv s . M.v E. Pogtie cf Gold Hill Jackson County has been to New York' and Chicago, on business connected with Ins store, and returned this week, bavihg been gone one month. John Malone, well-known to many of our citizens, and a son 'of the late Patrick Malone, has been chosen as class joet for the alumni celebration ut Santa Clara College, California. R. L. Cavittof Eust Umpqua was in town this week and reports that a large number of people are looking for i.Oines in liaseetkn and desirous of tie gov ernment surveying the land t'lerc. At the skating link Thursday evei: ing of last week Misr' Mamie ; Jones vas awarded the prize for the greatest improvement - in skating during the season by an almost unanimous vote. Th Methodist Sunday School will give a grand eutertainment at Slocum's Hall this (Friday) -evening.-) It will bo well worth the price, of admission to attend. Do not forget it and take all the little' folks. We learn that our genial express Agent, 'J. CI. Fuller, is going to send for the -Cardiff Giant to beat the cym bals of the Yankee Doodle Band And .... .i if what we saw is the instrumeat Mr. Fuller is right in doing so. The Central Pacific has negotiated for tUaloan of ten million dollars with ! which to complete the road to the Ore gon terminus on the Siskiyou. We soon will have direct connection by rail to San Francisco which is a long felt want. Leoni, a tight rope walker, who per formed in this city, several years ago, met his death et Stockton, California, recently, Wy the breaking of one of the tackle ropes, which let him fall on bis head, fracturing Lis skull. He was'34 years of age. - Go to the New Hotel in Junction City and get first class accommodation. j Specially made for drummers. We know ths land lord and lady, and Cim vouch for your satisfaction. Dont for get that you read this local when you go to Junction City. J. N. Higgins, for tho past fifteen years connected with the editori il de partment of the San Francisco Callj died on the evening of March 20, fioni the effects of a surgical operation ' kuown as ; lithotemie. He was 61 years of ae and leaves a wife. ' Rev. Jones and Sharp are holding a protracted meetinj'at Oakland. It has been going on for sonic time and with considerable interest. ' About eleven converts up to this time and some fif teen more penitent. When the meet ing will close is not known now. Mrs. Calvert died at Drain last Fri day . of fever," sged about 22 yearr. She leaves a kind husband and one lit tle boy to mourn her loss. A large circle of friends will be bereaved be cause of her untimely death. Her name was Katie'Butler previous to. last marriage. A very few days in the country just now will convince anyone that the man who owns a well-kept farm, free from all incumbrances well supplied with comfortable building and implements and stock necessary to carry it .on, is the most enviable, because the most independent of men. . Elisha Livingston died last Friday at his home in Coles Valley of Chron ic Bronchitis aged 43 years. He came from Missouri in an early day, and hah been identified with the interest of this country ever since. He was regarded as upright in his dealings, and leaves many near friends to mourn his depart ure, to that "bourne from which no traveler returns." John Garter f Looking . Glass died at his home Wednesday 25 inst, of irri tation tnd obstruction of the upper bowels. He leaves a wife and several children to mourn his loss. ' Deceased was born in 1830 and aged 55. He came across the plains from Missouri in 1850, and has lived in Oregon ever since. He was an old pioneer, and livad and died a respected citizen of Douglas County. Peace to. his ashes. Thus far the month of March has behaved nobly. Accordvng to the re port of Mr. Nanry, Signal officer of this place, we have had but 2S-100 inches of ram so far this month. Peach trees have been in full bloom for two weeks, shade trees aro clad in summer garb and grass has been plentiful dining' the entire winter. Stock is fat and everybody cornspondingly happy. Yea verily, "Who has not heard of the vale of Cashmers" . 'Wedding Notice- " ' , The marriHge rites between Freelin Cornutt of Riddle Douglas count v. and Miss Lillian Canan of w Benton corinty Oif gon, were duly celebrated last Wed nesday morniug by the Rev. J. R. N. Bell at the bride's lesidence, the Occi dental Hotel, .iu Corvallis. The wed ding was rather, pi ivate, but elegant. Mrs. James Hamilton and Miss Inez Hamilton of Rosebuig were present. The groom is a voung man of sterling 1 . M integrity, and possf sed of moral worth. He is the Eon cf Noah Coixutt, well known in Douglas county ns one of her lest citizens. And theson is a ". bin . - y of the old block." Miss Cacan is well kuown in our city as being a yonng lady of fine accomplishment!", uud well con nected. Ifer father is the Proprietor of the best Hotel in Corva'.Jis, and is doing a splendid business. Mr. and Mrs, Curuutt have many friends iu Roseburg who wish them many years of prosperity. Mr. Cornutt is now engaged in the mercantile business in Riddle, and with the ycung. lady pos sessing so many good business qualities, to assist him, without doabr, they will reach the goal of success. The Kevisw oilers this laurel, may the bright blush ing rose ef - happiness, ever bloom in the garden of your des-inyv . From School District No- 10 School District, No. 10,:March'22d. Editor Review. . In justice to the taxpayers of Red Hill school district, I beg leave to reply to an article published in the Oregonian of March Gth. The writer seems to be a disappointed taxpayer and hides his name behind n alias. He staits out by saying that tho majority of the vo ters of the district are non-taxpayers, an assertion which he knows to be false. .'There arc 23 voters in the dis- trict and 1G are taxpayers. The writer says that thedistrict has bean controlled by nontax payers for years, which is another false assertion. . At the last school meeting, which the writ-ir takes so much objection to, thero were only three uon-taxpayers present to five tax payers. Mr. Taxpayer further says that two of the directors are non-taxpayers and were elected by non taxDav ers. At the last election the chairman being, a non-taxpayer did net vote and the present non-taxpaying director was unanimously elected receiving 6 votes, not voting, 1. Now, I would like to haTe the w riter - of the article in the Oregonian to show tho illegality of our school meeting and please conhno him self to the tt nth. ... : Taxpayer. From Oflipooia Grain looks Cne. B. L. Barnard has the finest horse of the season. T. Barnard has on hands a fine lot of mutton sheep for-sale. Willie Thompson a promising young ma i of Coles Valley is attending school this term. f Rev. J. C. Richardson preached a fine sermon last Sabbath. Afr service there were three persons baptized. Miss Ida Clarke, .vho has been at tending, school at Roseburg, is visiting friends ar.d relatives, in ibis section. Prof. It. D. Thomas commnced tchool at this place Monday last with an attendance of about thirty pupils. Miss Amanda Kerley, a well known music teacher will soon take her depar ture for Portland. She will leave manv warm friends who wish her a j l.;asant trip. - President" Cleveland has appointed Edward P. Phelps, of Vermont, Min ister to England. He is 60 years of age, a stanch Democrat, an able law. yer and a cultured gentleman. He is endorsed by Tilden and D'leld, and al though a dark horse, his nomination gives general satisfaction. Robert M. McLune, Governor of Maryland, has been appointed Minister tp France. This is a most popular selection. Geo, II. Pendleton, of Ohio, has been ap pointed Minister to Germany, which is considered President Cleveland's best Ministerial nomination. II. R Jack son, of Georgia, is the new Minister to Mexico. He was Minister to Austria from 1853 tc 1858. ' The Coast Mail, with its character istic effrontery has a long attack on Col. John Lane, of this place' accusing him of seeking the office of Collector o Customs at Empire City and having a big petition to that effect sent to Wash mgton. " We interviewed Col. Lane upon the subject and he states that if such a petition has been sent to Wash ington he knew nothing of it and had not desired it. We know further that it would be very fo dish in Col. Lane to give up his law practice in this city for the position na.ncd. Wanted. An improved farm j-abont 100 acres of land, more or less j within four or five miles of Roseburg. j Enquire of R, G. Screggs, jr. Office with Lane & I ane, ; - Syrirp el Fi5- j , Natcre'a own true Laxative, -Pleasant to the Palate, acceptable la the Stomach, harmless in its nature, pain less in its action. Cures habitual Cow stipation, Biiiousf.ess, Indigestion and kirdred ills. . Cleanses' the system, purifies, tho lOod regulates the Liver and acts on ' the Bowels. Breaks np Cold?, Clulh and Fevers, etc Strength ens the organs on which it acts." Bet tcr than bitter, iTitiiseous Liver medi cines, pills, salts and draughts. Sam ple bottles tree, and large bottles for sale by S. llahiiitobv Wsln.S-0nt Hair- There- is a sort of pallid, chalky com plexion whu-h the. novelists call a "washed-out complexion." It is ghast ly enough, and no mistake. Washed ouf faded,, discolored, or parti-colored hair is almost 'as repulsive and melanf choly. Parker's Hair B.i-lsam will re store your hair to its original color, whatever it was brown, auburn or. black Why wear moss on your head, when you may easily have lively, shining hair. ... " - " ' ' --. ! ThaEe-uita. ! All person feeling .dull and def pressed, or psrhap3 feverish, with no apetite, no energy, tba system cbggedj the liver torpid, the bowels inactive who. are wondering how -to find relief should purchase a tifty cent' or one dollar bottle of Syrup of Figs, road the : circular around tho bottle, follow the direction', taking a few doses of this pleasant remedy and bo restoied to health and happiness. It may be had of S. Hamilton, Jackson St., Roseburg A Startling Discovery. , Physicians are often startled py re markable discoveries. The : fact that Dr. King,s New Discorery for Con sumption and all Throat and. Lung diseases is daily curing patients that they have given np to die, is startling them to realize their sense of dntyaud examine into the merits of this wonder f ul discovery resulting in cur best Physicians using it in their practice. Trial Bottles fiee at S. Hamilton's Drug Store. Regular Size $1.00. Bucklen's Arnica Salve- The Best Salve In the wjorld for Cuts, Bruises," Sores, - Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Soresr Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, j or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or . money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by S. Hamilton. No Senator Yet.--'What makes people when they want to buy anything go to Ilogan's store? Well, we answer, inasmuch as Oregon has elected, nor appointed no senator yet, the people find it to their advantage to go where they can get the best' bargains, hence the rush even these hard times. I. Waxtep. Five thousand acres of land (more or less), in farms of various sizes. For particulars call on II. G. Scroggs, Jrv, leal Estate Ajreut; Office with Lan&t Lane pposite cosmoplitaa Hotel, . PI PAERY, ROSEBURG OREGON First, right hand room, up-stairs over Marks Store. Repairs and alteration! neatly done. , CIVIL BEND STORE. V. AKRINGTON, . DEALER INj . " Dry Goois.Grocsrios, etc. AH Kinds of Produce Taken ia Exchange CIVIL BEJTD, DOUQ. CO., OREGON. ITCH But Before W. WOOBWAEB'S AST) liUYA One of the Biggest and Best Stock of Goods ever Bronght to Town. I use, nothing but the best leather, and have got Everything in this Line, iDon't'Fail to Call on JULe! ; - - ' : i . "' " - ' ' - " '. :' ;- '' :-: "'...-' '-'"'- -' ." " -V : " '. : ' ' " ' - " ' ' i " ...."'. , W..-G. Woodward, Roseburg, Or NEW THIS WEE1C; lis H f h h t I K I 3 H S Pi f! ET I. T Owned by J. . W. Carlon, t!ie noted Horseman. This Fauios Horse 'is ICJ hands'' high, weighs over 1,400 lbs, ia of ma hogany Bay Colr. Six ye;rs old next J une, Pei feci , in Form, Limb and Body. y , - wns sired at S ilem by tho noted imported Gi.enelp, winner at the Conicnuiut 187G, 'and -imported into the United States by Jap, Bur iowr, puichyswl iu 1376 by- Majcr Bruce,, and by him brought to Oregon, Gleneld was sired by the great Scotcl prize winner, Johnny Copp, that won more prizes than any oilier hoi-so.iit his day. H:s dam was by the justly-, renowned, Glenald. CLYDE'S dam is the noted Henry anl Haniiltom'an, brought from Illi nois to Oregon in 1868, and purchased by Jesse Cornelius. ' Tin attention of all Farmers and Horsemen is called to the above partic ulars, and they aro asked to call and see this beautiful horse and get terms. Good pasturage furnishei at reason able rates. -Every po.siKe care will be taken to prevent accidents or es capes, but no responsibility assumed. ' For further particulars ee or address J. W. CARLON, Roseburg, Oregon.: Blacksmit.hinG p. si mathews HAVI.VG LEASED BOW KIT Bros.' Blasksmith Shop is now prepared to to all work in tha Black -smithing Line in a first-class manner. Horeeshoeimt a untcialtv. a LOOKOUT FOR THE GORSLINE MILL" AD. NEXT WEEK. LUM BER OF ALL KINDS NOW ON HAND. NOTICE. United States Land Oi2je, Rasedurg, Oregon, FetK ruary 25, 1385. . TyroTICB IS HEREBY GVEN" THAT JOHN M.. LY Daley haa applie to lOrchosc the South one half of N. E. quarter and-lots 6 and SofsecUon 13 T 20 8, K 8 W, W illamette meridian, under the act of Congress of June 3d, 1&78 for tho sale of timber landin the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and the Territory of Washington.- -.. .. Any and aH irtie9" claiming adversely any of the above IfcDda must file their :laira with- the Kejrister' of Uie Laud Olticc at ttoseburg during the bbity days publication hereof or their rights will be barred by statutes. . Wuu F.BK-NJAM1N, feb28-0t ' Resister, 1-AT J.M.DILLAED would respectfully inform the pah Ic thath has on baud a fine assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Ready-3Iale Clothiii?, and in fact everything usually kept ata r . c:ais store. . Uive mm a call. Goods at IiOw Prices All kinds of Produce Taken n Exchaiio for Goods t3LA.li or.Ier3 promptly attsnltd ta. . The Buyers' Gctdb b issued March and Sept., each year; 224 pages, 8ixll inches, with over 3,30 O illustrations a whole picture gallery. Gives wholesale prices direct to consumert on all goods for personal or -v femily Use Tells how to rjr2 oixler, and gives exact I I cost of ev erything you i V J ; - use, drinkr eat, wear, or V hava fun. vith. These s-m-v iav&laable. Iwoks contain information cleaned from; tho markets of the world. We will mail, a copy JFrco to any address upon receipt of the postage 8 cents. Let us hear from you. v , Eespectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. StUZ JiiUes Wabmh Avenae. CMcaso, tU. - kJ - L . . . - - -- T laii XX VALUABLE TO ALL! V:U be mailed 15-1517 17 to all applicants ffii-U and to customers of last year itaout ordering it It contains illustrations, prices, descriptions and directions for planting all Vegetable and Flower SEEDS, BUL.BS, ete. D.M. FERRY&CO.Di2IT v t UP You Do That cm en ti t1 NEW SET OF SI i - "