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ROSEBURG REVIEW. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1S35. LACkEL LODGE A. F. M. WILL HOLD CikeachluU moon., O. A. BtATH, W. M. J. P. Dcxcas, Sue. N-r-i-v I'HiLETARIAN LODGE, f--'A- ttizQ No. S.l.O. O. P., meet 13-!sjsgsJ on Saturday evening of each watk ac,i u'cloeK, iu their hall at Innseburg. Mum. ers . the orl ir in gid standing are invited to HtWiiU. Bv order of tha U. UNION ENCAMPMENT, No. 0, I. O. O. F.meeta t Odd Fellows' Hall on r.h . first and third Thursdays of everv monfh. Viaiiing brethren iuvited to attend. L. BEL1?ILS,C. P. A. C. Marks, Soriba ; : ; - d gsUMPQUA CHAPTER, No 11, F. A. M., hol s!VVi';4 uir regular communications every lira -if and third Tuesday in each month. All members iti good standing will take die and tl mely . notice and govern themselves accordingly. Visiting companions are invited to meet with the .hapel when convenient. J. C. FCLLERTON, II. P. W. I. Frikd'.anprr, Se'v. . . .. Chukch Services. There M ill be ser vices nt the Episcopal Church, commencing Saturday evening next, Sunday morning and eva uing service-, also Monday and Tuesday evenings following. Bishop Morris will be here uu this occasion. : Clubbing liATfis. We hae made such arrangements with the N. Y. World as to be able to furnish the World and UkIEW for. oue year for 3.00, Thia proposition applies, to ill new subscribers paying iu advance, , and tii all old subscribers paying arrearages and oue year in advance, , ,,v Hose Company. At a meeting of the Umpqua Ils-i Company last Friday resolu tions were adopted to have the Company be come a member of the Stat j Fire Men' Asso ciation. At the next regular meeting a del-ejj-ita will be chosen ti represent the com pauy at the ai nual iHcetiiii of the state or ganization which wdl he held at Astoria June lUth. Eastern Kxo canons . On the 20th of -this month two oxcursious from Portland will take j 1 .tee one over the Northern Pajit ic and the other over the Oregon Short Line. ' The rates will be very low although tha ex tiures we have iut learm-d. Mrs. StuutOD, Mrs. Ii a;di!ey and Mis?i Ue! le Jone?, of tbia place will go with one of the parties. The Alter lady expect to reinaiu east, where her invther is ii"v rssldi-ii'- A Vmr r, Riddle. Oar trip to Riddle 1 m Saturday and .Sunday was very pk'aSant. We enjoyed the hospitality of our friend -No.ihCorii.it, and tf-pcchdly that tine tur key on Sunday for dinner." We also broke bread, an I slumbered at the home of Hon. G, W. t'olvi who ii as of yore, h man f lithniii proclivities. A iood meeting wrs h id oil .S itur lay a.id S niday, aiid linv. J . Jl KfUrU Mtius to Le iu favor with .-the " ' " " .- T" I)y."t ; a iiu-;i Vniro.: Ooio.iel W. J. Martin uf lia't-sv IIj called u us thu week, and we were us I to see hi.u as though he Jiat lt-u an old ibue act1 lain" anee. He pass ed through Umpqua Valley in 1S43. He is an !d ploni'ir i-l the that orJci. Ke is now G8 veais of at, and evinoesmitch vitality ami a Hi leinlid memory. Perhaps it is u.sekss tu Fy that ha is a'.i old JefJVsuniaii. Oij course lie sul sjti; ed for tlte LIevikw. Coine aga'n Co inn. I, vu will always be welcomed..-; The C 1. was otiey lleeeiver here when our fellow town.miiii ii. F. Mo&uer, wa-t Keistur. lie ta. s lie wauts office no more. A PP'HSTM i',NT3. Since President. Cleve .laiid's . inauguration' the following aproint melits have been nude for Oregon, They arc all ood Demo -rats and honorable mcu: A.'ent iat Grand Kdunde Indian Agency, William, Calloway; Appraiser of Iderehan dis'v l.r.thimi, C. 8.. h'cl'.enck: Collector of Iattrnal Revenue, John Whitenher; Collec tor of Casloms, Astoria, Jonn Hobson. (iov Whit d er is the bett known 'and his np pointMHiit givesuniversi l satisfaction. Hon. Win. Calloway has been a frefjiiPiit member of the Leii'latuic. John TloDson and C. S; Sohemk arc rcj resentative Democrats and sre w.d! f.k Mi of by those who know them. Mr. Hid sou i a bruthnr-in-law of our fel 1 tt-tovrmmaii, lln. W. F. (hven Pi:i.5 SKK.s lc.vj';'.i.-0u Sund.iy rriorn ing a$ abotit 10 o'clock three prLonerv, M. A. Toller, Robert Olford and George Turpin, coiisigHed in ths county jail pried open the dotr to the corridor with some btove wtjod and made their escap-. The alarm was soon Bnunded and th'sriff Taylor and many citizens were in pursuit. At noon a rewaid of iiftv dllars was offered for (heir capture and at alxnit 12 o'clock at ui jht they were captured on the hill one and sihalf mi;e south of town near C seer's by Bud J I David Aiken and John Keunedj. They had very foolish ly built a lire and eo fell an easy prey o watchful eyes. This makes the second d liv ry frfji tin; "best jail in the state" nnd the aime way. Ths i!Kr in tpiet'on :s simply a lir j-proof sheet iron one, and is easily fient so as to admit of egress. Our county authoii ties will do in 11 to attend to the matter. Sheriff Taylor w as equal to the emergency and proved himself au active and eneigitic officer. Sketch. .Thomas . Livingston was born in Overton county Tenresoee Deeemler 22d 1S07 ,immigrited to .Missouri in 1S15 ami was married to Elizabeth Higgins in 1832 aud fron thence to Oregon in 1851, and has resided in Donl is county up to the day f his death. ..Uncle Tommy was an old pi oneer and a brave one tco. He heard the warwhoop many a time and to battle he went to aeenre for ns onr present state of quiet Christi-.n civilation. He was a man of more than ordinary energy, and uniting his good judgment with his wife's economy they ac quired a competency and his beloved widow is now comfortably provided for The sub ject of this sketch was the father of 1 3 chil dren, grandfather to quite a number and great-grandfather to three children. Mr?, Ed Sheridan of this city is a granddaughter. He was a man who lived accordiug to , the highest type of Christian I elief, he was a member of the Christian Church, and the day we joined Rev. W. A. Willis in the fun eral services demonstrated the high esteem the community held him. Father Living ston crossed to the other shore last Sunday. "He will rest from his labors, whilehis works do follow him". . ; LOCAL ITEMS. Strawberries. Circuit Court. f Subscribe now. War or no war? Rain is rnuch needed. Business is picking np. Whew! Look at our ads! Read our correspondence. Lots of immigrants every week. A good rain is reported south of us. Land hunters are becoming numerous. And still the subscriptions came rolling in. Court is progressing in a business like man ner. . J. C Flced is clerking in F. P. Ilogon's store, i Children should be kept off the railroad track . - - ' Hon. W. F. Owens has gone to Portland on business. I ' The Board of Immigration is doing some .active work. Next Wednesday evening is the regular Social Club dance. i, We acknowledge apleasant call from Prof. Hawley, ef Wilbur this week.- Hon.Itufus Jlallory was on the south bound train Monday evening ' Our offer of ; combination with the New York World is immense. Read it. A general street cleaning shouldbe indul ged in by oar citizens these lazy days. Miss BeHe Johea went to Jacksonville on Monday's train to be gone some two weeks ; Harry Seybert has the tire hose in good condition Our fire boys are doing well. . Msny familiar faces' may be seen at Court hut "old Don" the veteran litigant is miss ed. We would be pleased to have all in town at ending court to drop into the Review off ice. Big stock of goods at Sheridan Bros, just arrived. The largest ever brought to town in this hue. Our list is rapid!, increasing and at the present rate we will soon have the largest in Southern Oregon . W m. Irwin, of! Ten Mile, was in town over Sunday bound, for Portland to purchase meichandi.se for his store. Chas. 11 id ey ha$ moved his baiber shop to the rooms just south of the Horse-shoe cigar stiud. He is rirst-class. Our sanctum sanctorum is now as neat and tasty as oi:e could des.'re. When in towin drop in and see ye editor. Miss Ji ssie I.eii.s, of Canyon ville is in town the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Benjamin. She will r turn home Saturday. Corvallis has three tickets in the field for city officers. Wouderf til harmony of senti ment must prevail in that town. That Oregon is a productive country can be proved by the way our subscription list is growing. Send along your names Tiie best foundry work done at Bunnell, & Bowtn Bros. Get your bursas shod there, your -ws-ous m .d ; and repaired there. J. W. Lane has go fur recovero 1 as to be able to resume Lis position with We Is F-.ro i Cu. Portland,' where he went Monday, Many uew correspondents express them-; selves throtu'h our co.u:u:is- '1 nat:a right, Vo want a live lojalizjr in every precinct, Willie VauBurcn has disposed of his inter eat iu the dray business to his brother John, who wid conduct the same in good style, j The Roseburg Soda works is rushed with i business. Tile superior quality of its manu facture sweeping all competition out of the j way.-'- "-;! J. Gilpin and Jas, Johnson started Wed nesday for Eitstern Oregon w ith two hun dred head of cattle. They may make the trip to Moutr.ua. Jliss Emma Mosber, the teacher at BoggHs' school bouse, droiped into our sanctum, like a geiit'e zephyr, Tuesday afternoon. She had business at court. Mr. Marsh who is very old came to the Central Hotel Wednesday of last week, and attempted. to walk up town and fell and iu jurtd his hip somevhat. Prof. G. T. Russe 1 Principal of the Oak land Academy is doing -good thorough work as the advancement of his pupils show.' A good place to send your children. Isadore Ctro has returned from SauFran cisco, looking well, and the more so, beoause he has (.ought a first -class stock of uew goods which will be sold at the lowest living prices Our correspondents must Lear with us if their communications are sometimes crowded out or shortened. The demand on our space growing and we are very thaukful foritems froui all sections, A remarkable oversight in onr Con yon" Ville article of lat week was our failure to mention the big siock and bigger bargains of 11. W"llenberg & Bros. They were indeed a chief attraction and permanant to The Y'iiukee Doodle Band has employed Prof. Mnrk Jones as teacher for one year Under Mr. Jor.es' former management the baud made great improvement and they have shown their appreciation by this re engagement. The Yankee Doodle Band will give an other of their Minstrel entertaiumeuts at Slocum's hall on Tuesday evening May 12th. They are becoming famous in this line and deserve and will get a rousing house. Re served seats can be secured at A. C. Marks. John Aiken - aud James Cannon were thrown out of the latter's hijgy naar th" j foundry Tuesday afternoon' owinf to the horse making a sudden turn off of the cross, walks. Though counderably bruised no bones were- broken and ; the gentlemen were quite fortunate. The horse was stopped in its wild career near Mathews' blacksmith shop. Dr. Jackson of Jacksonville was on the train last Saturday on his way home from Albany where he had gone in reference to his new pump td get castings. We called his attention to the fact that the Bunnell & Bowen Bro3. foundry in our city can do as good work and we think as cheaply as any other foundry in the state. We were (lad to see the Doctor however and renew acquaintance. HEBE-AND THERE. Oranges and Bananas at the City Bakery. " Tropical Fruit! Tropical Fruit! At the City Bakery. " H. M. Dumblcton, of jSalem, U in town attending court. Go to the Central and get your meals. Price 25 cents. Eugene Jones', of Coos By, is in town visiting his parents. Tho spring beoU of George H. Tyler are the boss. Try one. ' Mrs. George Grubb of .Wilbur, was visrting Mrs. John Aiken this week. J ust received at the City Bakery a fresh supply of plain and fancy crack ers, -; Ho! foi the celebration at Jackson ville next Tuesday. Wa expect to be there. - There are three students iu the law department. of.'-the Willamette Uni versity. See the new ad." of Thomas Wil lard's book. Just the thing for car penters. The State Commissioner is making a raid on the bogus butter dealers of 'Portland. : ., L ; - v Four rooms to let over Louis Belfils Jewelry store. They are neat and tasty. Apply at once. The fire companies are profiting bv the pbasant weather by ding some good practising, Buy Lake Shore Baking Powders ami get an elegant piize. For sale at the City Bakery. Go to Sheridan Bros, and see those new sharp shears. They are something new under the sun. if yon dont believe you can get a good square meal at the Central Ho tel for 25 cents, go and see. John Aiken and James Cannon will come around to tha . .'-Travelers" before taking a buggy ride next time. We acknowledge an invitation to the State Firemen's Association, to be held at Astoria, June 10, 1885. Sam. Debow our old time manip ulator of the yardstick i in town and will be with us for a few days. John Audi rsoa has purchased the cigur store of Wm. J'osp. Our citizens wiil find the very best atlas establsih metit. John W. Dowell's wife presented him with a twelve-pound scr, Wednes day. There will be a nJisein the price of vegetables. Miner E. Ha use", of snow-blockade fame, was in tOAn this week. lie sells the best Havana, Key West and domestic cigars. Ex-Governor Chadwick was in town this week and returned home Thurs day, lie is looking well and his many friends'were j!ad to see him. Mr. Winfield drove 225 cattle, year lings, through Roseburg Wednesday, en route for Klamath Lake county. The cattle were in splendid order. Rev. B.T. Sharp will commence a meeting at the Wiinberly school house on the 3d Sunday in this month at 11 o'clock A. M. and continue for some days D. V. It is now claimed. that the new law with regard to the drawing of grand and petit juries is unconstitutional. What a mess of it the last Legislature did make May we never see it3 like again. .: r v. From Signal Sei vice Nanry s report we glean that there was 1.21 inches rain during April, 9 rainy days, mean Temperature 53 degrees, highest, 81.9 on the 10th, lowest 31.4 on the 18rh No fog. Without successful contradiction, Isaac Mathews killed a calf this week that made the most delicious steaks and stews that has been brought to this market for many a day. He is ahead Go and try one. ... The enforcement of the Elmunds law in Utah by the preent adminis tration 13 the death blow to polygamy. In his quiet, business-like way, Presi dent Cleveland is eradicating this twin relic of barbarism. Geo. H. and J. C. Shambrook of Oakland have brought suit in, the U. S. Court asrainst the State Investment and Insurance Company for $1,000 in surance on their store and stock burnt on December 2d. Tb"aiteniwa3 unavoidably left out last week. We wish the new. officers much success in their nobld o.Torts for good and we feel surje that if the new management proves to be as efficient and as faithful as that of tho past, suc cess can only follow. 7 C. A. SehlbreJe, Esq., of Oakland, has been appointed by the County Court administrator, with will Hn nexed, of the estate of Joh n F. Suth erlin, deceased, with bonds at 28,000. The following are the bondsmen : Fe.idel Sutherlin, E, J. Page, A. F. Brown, Jamft3 Chenoweth, P. C. Par ker, P. B. Beckley and W. T. Kerley. Tommy Williama lost very fine horse last Saturday. .The horse got fastbetwedn two . oak grubs and they closed .in behind his shoulders and broke some blood vessels. The " horse was worth more than 150.00. 5 ; Jacob N. Oden died at at the resi dence of his son Oak Creek last Satur day, and was burried at the Oak Creek Cemetry on Jast Sunday. Mr. Oden had reached the age of 85 years, and then fell to sleep. The community tenders theirsympathies. W. H. H. Grant is without doubt one of the most indefatigable, and gen tlemanly insurance Agents now travel ling the line, and the occasion is, he is a first-class worker and represents a first-class Company. - He has done some excellent work in Ro3ebug this week. ' " J udge Deady has given instruction to the Receiver, Koehler, of .the O. & C. R. R. that the Hoult bill is consti tutional and must be abided by. This fixes the rate of travel at 4 cents per mile on the railroads. The Judge does not thoron ghly agiee with the bill in all its minor features. Camas Valley Items- Editor, Review: ' Seeing no items from this part of the county in the Review thought that perhaps a few items would not be amiss. Wild strawberries are not as plenti ful this year as usual. Mr. Sacry, week before last, was here on his annual tour assessing proi erty and taking census. The late sown grain does not look very well and if there is.no rain in a short time crops will be short. Mr. Standley captured a wolverine in his sheep range a short time since. It is a curious looking animal, Hard times are evident from the fact that it is al nost impossible to see Uny of the 'filthy lucre" in circulation. Last week a large force of men were engaged in working and repairing the roads in this locality. "Weary. not in well doinj." Quite a larg numberV of citizens are thoroughly .prospecting the moun tains for gold. Some report striking a good prospect. The energetic people here'are circu Uting n jietition to be presented to the County Court asking the Court to rg ulate the bounty on wild animals. There was much lamenting here the other dav. bv a certain vonnV larlv ofer the departure of William Thomp son, a popular young man, . who has gone to Rogue river to seek his fortune. There was a social dance on the first of May at the school lrouse. It was one of the most orderly conducted dances your correspondent has had the jvleasnrfi of witnessing for some time. There were several Rosebingeis were in attendance. Ladies and L'en.lemen come again. O.V.C. "Spooks." Dillard's Station, Or., April 26, '85. Editor Review. Will you be kind enough to allow me space in your pa per to reply to an article that appeared in the Plaindealer of the 17th inst. Said article is headed "A Spook." In reply I will say this "The populai landlord" at Dillards has no haunted outhouse nor is there any house upon said premises but what all noises can be accounted' for by any reasonably sane person who is not a spooky, like the author of the article in the Plain- deoler. As for the Hndloid being driven from any outhouse or any other house on his or anybody else's premises by spoofca or spooky authors who wish to injure a pet sons private business by such palpable falshoods we fail to see it; and Mr. Plaindealer would do said landlord a great favor if he would give dates, time and. place; that slid clank i lg of chains was heard, and" when said landlord made his exit and left spook' or spooky in possession of any of his premises. In conclusion I will say this. Spook means something super natnraT - an Immaginaty ov unseen myth -while spooky means a some thing that has not got sense enough to be natural, "Popular Landlord." Two Dangerous Seasons- Spring and fall aie times when so . many people get sick. The changes in the weather are severe on -feeble e- sons, and even those n iturally strong are apt, as they say, "to be feeling mi, erable." Then they are just in condi tion to be struck down with some kind of fever. A bottle or two of Parker's Tonic will invigorate the digestion, put the liver, kidneys and blood in perfect order, aud prevent moreseriousattacks. Why suffer, and perhaps die, when so simple a medicine will save you Good for both sexes and all ages. ; Concrete Pife. Lonis BelHls Aj-ent for the. r'g'it to tha ctl brated concrete pipe for irrigation. . . . Erom Elk Head. Crops of all kinds arc looking well and vegetable girdens cannot be beat. Sheep shearing is in fnll blast Ben Dougherty and Jim Clark are the chief barbers. - Steps have already been taken to have a grand old fashion Fourth of July celebration at Elk Head. , A wedding has been reported in the valley, so sly is every thing managed that we fear it is a "Goak." The Quick Silver mine known as the ''Todd Mine" is running a full set of hands and taking out consideruble ore. : . " Tom Ciarke, our supervisor has been doing considerable work on the roads and it is unnecessary to say it is well done. The new school house at Upper Elk Head is neaiing completion It ?s a nat building and reflects credit upon the director. Mrs. Emerson (nee Hendricks) has been improving her beautiful place. We are sorry to hear that she is offer ing ber fine estate for sale No pret tier place could be found iu Oregon. Mr. Glenn Hendricks has returned from Salerri after working one month iu the Asylum as altendaut. He did not like the business. Has purchased himself a nice home and will never more go a roaming. Two fine schools ara running in tha valley, one under the able tutorship of Prof. G. V. Boggs and the other under the management of Miss Ollie Short ridge of Lane County, both teachers are highly spoken of. Mr. Dayid Hendricks of the States man is rnsticating in this place and from close observation we think theie is something more than parental rev erence that brought him uy here. . a. County Clerk please take notice. . We have a shingle mill running in the valley under the management of Perry Sherwood aud we are pleased to see sev.ral of our tine girls working in the mill doing light work. Some fel lows will come along some "day and stop that mill. Mr. David Hendricks, of the States man, was tendered a party at the resi dence of his mother, in this place, on Friday evening, May 1st. It was largely attended. Dave ks a host of friends. An elegant supper was spread and dancing was indulged in until the wee small hours. Mr. Hendricks will return to his 'cave" on the Statesman next week, much to the sorrow of the Shoestring belles.' .-;.. Xerxes. Uram Items- Hon J. C. Drain and H. M. Callvvell visited Roseburg this week on legal business. I'll not give them away, but I am of the opinion that Giant and Street are good judges of strawberries. Mr, Merrimaa of Coos county was cordially greeted by his many friends on his brief visit to our; town this week. If Bob Bioth should visit Roseburg this week, look Out for him." He thinks he's smart enough to whip his weight in wild cats, just because his charming wife has presented him with a handsome "son aud heir." On Monday evening next, there is to be exceptionally fine concei tat the acad emy chapel, for the benefit of the piano fund. Mrs. Short of Wilbur, Miss Hol man of Portland and other taleuted mu sicians have consented to assist in mak ing the best tiling of the season. Last week I promised that if Miss Krewton should fail to tell you why Grant Harry visited Drain, I should tell you all about it myself. Well, she didn't do it, so I guess its my duty to keep my promise. Graut Harry came here with a cold blooded scheme preme ditated to rob us of one of our fairest and best young ladies: What is mors; he carried her olf in broad -daylight, yet no one dared to interfere, and she nev er called any one to the rescue in fact she seemed happy, while Grant woie a smile that endangered his ears. Miss Krewson will be sadly missed in our village, for her modest unassuming goodness has endeared her to all, but nevertheless we bid - them Godspeed, and a happy life. Casaralton , From Green's Station- Messrs. Cooper, Rutherford aud Boggs will soon depart for Lake coiv.ity where they intend tc spend a couplo of months for recreation. The weather is exceedingly dry and farmers fear that there will be but a short crop unless rain comes soon.. Al though they claim that there never was a drought in Oregon, but this contin ued ppall of dry weBther is .Wginning to weaken their faith. , CiiALKi - "What do you suppose is the cause of the McClallan House being crowded so from day to day? 'Because it is the unanimous verdict that the House has no equal on the line; IN MEMOSIAH. Whereas our. bloved brother, Thomas J . Beale, iu his 03 1 year, aud having labored with us ver 30 years in the quarries, was called lroia'Ubor to re. freshmen t by our Celestial Grand Waiter in. tha East to the MitUHe Chamber to receive his wage, imd take se.it in that Grand Lodge, nut made with haadsternal in the heaveus, TiiEasroRE Bk it Resolved . First, That the Lodge be draped in mourning for Co days, and the members weaY the usual badge of mourning 30 days iu memory or our departed brother. Second, la this our sod bereavement, we recognize the fact, tha( Laurel Lodge has lost ou of its oldest, best and most respected mnmbera; his children a kind, considerate and loving father, and Douglas county, an old pioneer and one of her best citizens, He walked uprightly before God and man, squaring his actions by the square of virtue, and remembering that he was traveling upon the level of time, to that undiscovered country from whose bourne no traveler returns. , .- . Third, As our departed brother has gone to his long home. The silver cordis loosed, the golden bowl broken, the pitcher broken at the 'fountain, and the wheel" broken at the cistern. Then shall his dust return to tha earth as it was, and the spirit shall return unto God that gave it. And like the prig of evergreen we planted at his head, his sul wiil live forever being watered . by that beautiful river that flows through the land of the Leal. Fourth, We extend to the children, relatives and many friends of eur deceased brother cur sympathy and condolence and would admonish them that the will of God is accomplished. The Lsrd gave, and the Lord has taken away, blessed be the name of th9 Lord. G. Y. Hoover, B. Hermanx, A. Masks, . V Committee School Eaport- The following is the standing on writ ten exami nation of the scholars of district No, 5, (Green's) 0 Douglas county, for the month ending April 25th . ..'..". ARITHMETIC. V . A Class Lorendi Cooper 100; fiufus Lawrence 100; Grant Smith 100. ' . . --'.-.'" : BO i ass Mary Phipps 80; Miunle Landers 80. C Class Susie Landers 100; Bell Livingston 100; Irving Smith 90; Fannie Smith 80. McLTiriiicATios Table Eva Alexander 100; Monroe Isaacs 100; Anuio Alexander 100. .'.' GRAMMA& A Class Loronda Cooper 05. B Class Minnie Landers 95; Rufus Lawrence 83 Grant Smith 75 . srELLiso. A Class Loranda Cooper 98; Susie Landers 03; G. Smith OS; Minnie Landers 02; Belle Livingston 92; Rufus Lawrence 91; Mary Phipps 87; Rosi Green 45; John Landers 62. B Class Victor Phipps 90; Eva Alexander 85; Monroe Isaacs 85. No. of Sceolars enrol; ed, 27; Average daily atten. da.nce, 25. F Hutching, Teacher. Syrup ot Fia;3 Nature's own true Laxative. Pleas ant to the Palate; acceptable to the Stomach, harmless in its nature, pain less in its action. Cures habitual Con stipation, Biliousness, Indigestion and kit died ills. Cleanses the system, purifies the blood, regulates the Liver and acts on the Bowels. Breaks up Colds, Chills and Fevers, etc. Strength ens the organs on which it acts. Bet ter than bitter, nauseous Liver medi cines, pills, salts and draughts. Sam ple bottles tree, and large bottles for sale by S. Hamilton. : v "Washed-Out Hair. . There is a sort of pallid, chalky com plexion which the novelists call a "washed-out complexion." It la ghast ly enough, and no mistake Washed-, out, faded, discolored, or parti-colored hair is almost a3 repulsive and melan choly. Parker's Hair Balsam will re store your hair to its original color, whatever it was brown, auburn or black W hy wear moss on your head, when you may easily ha ve lively, shining hair Mrs Susie Emma Morton died at Yreka, May 5th, aged 18 years and 7 months. She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs George Roberts of this cennty, and wife of win K Morton: Seattle and Vancouver paper copy NEW THIS WEEK. L. C. BEARDSLEY, . DEALER IN lu-mbex-, Sawli, Doors unci Monlcliiif OF THE . VERY BEST MATERIAL. GOME. AND GET TERMS BEFORE PURCTIAS Ing elsewhere. .-. -Office near Depot, - -Rosebur. ISAAC MATHEWS, . Has Just Opened NEW 3IEAT 3rVlIIi:T! Opposite Carlon's Stable. Juiov Bee 1", Moderate Price: '. T. KERLEY, Onlvlaiicl, OrejETOia Il C JUST RETURNED FROM lillij Missouri, where he purchased 5 eventeen Head of Fine Pe-ligreed Short Horn Durham Cattle! And has established a Stock Farnv at the Red Hills, Eight miles north of Oakland. The next season he will have CALVES FOR SALE and in vites the attention of the citizens ef Douglas county to this new enterpiise. A Cut of the Sire of two of bis Calves can Le seen at this oiSce. This Bull Weighs 2500 Pounds! Thin iii flesh, and is a beaut;. Mr. Kerley v can be seen at Oakland and would dispose of two Yourg Bulls this Season. These Stock were purchased of the Celebrated Independence Stock Raisers Chiles, Knox, Davis Bros., and Hughes 6 Son, and are catalogued. There are two Sucking Calves bora since the purchase, and five more will come this Seison. NEWHIS WEEK. 3I0OUES UESTAUIS1NT. . (Principaai Business Strset.) RoBeljurgf, Oregon, MEALS 25 CENTS, LODGING 25 CZUTZ 2TWe Keep the Best the Market Afforda MRS. NELLIE MOOHEL P. S. Gaxnon, C. A. Blackman, CARRIAGE, WAGOI7, AND ' ' .. SBLACHSniTH SHOPIU ' Adaincon's Old Stand. Jackson Street. MAlStUFACT URERS OF CARRIAGES, HACKS, EUiIOIES! All Kinds of Repairing Done, Terms ar Reasonable. Cannon A Blackmax, AJSTOJS X A.XJ, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER " OaJktaxid. Oxeg-oa FULL STOCK OF J" ewelry, Hingf9, JPatent Spectaoles Repairing Guaranteed for two yearsTSi Come right along and see fer yourself. MRS. S. A. IIUTCIIIXSOaY MILLINERY STORE! Oo.Ula.ncl, - Orfi-ori. LADIES WILL FIND M7 STOCK LARGE AND Complete. Prices moderate.- Give Mb a Call Mrs. S. A.HcTcnixsojr. NEW MEAT MARKET! W3X. T. 31 c CXJJL, LO CII, OAKLAND, OREGON. KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON IUXD THE BEST' and Juciest Beefsteak to bo had. BACON AND LARD FOR SALE! MRS. E. F. H0TCHKISS, FINE MILLINERY . . AND l-STeati Dressmaking! ROSEBURG OREGON. TTriLL FURNISH YOU THE BEST AND F1N1C8T IT Goods in the Market. Ladies Wear, Laces, Ruchings, Hosiery and Jewelry. MISS SUSIE LEWIS HAS CHARGE OF THE Dressmaking e)artmcnt, which insures a Good and Fashioiikble fit. Near the Depot. AND VARIETY STORE! W.S. nOTGKKXSS.' A FulJ Stock of Family Grceries. I-iABKRS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR AOVAN ' tage to purcha.e llicir Grwericji. Near the De pot.' Give me a Call. W, S. IIotciikiss. Attention 3Xooliunto. WilMRD'u BOOK 8 snows how to proportion cornices, to make mouldings How tojnake Bave and Rake mould-, ding; gauge a tapeiing stick 8 square; make a top mitre box; get the length of hip rafters; get the backing for tli same, get the length of jack rafteis; get the length of valley rafters; gtt the hip for a concave rcof; get the , and pitch roof; cut the top end of mould ing for rake; - strike a circle with a square; draw a spiral. Also the 47th problem of Euclid explained in a rww e r i.nn.Rf n,..iiii . nny, tci uio.ucucuii 01 vaimuciai Price 50 cents. . FOR SALE AT THE REVIEW OFFICE; SU3X1XOXS.. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon witktu mm ivt tiiu vi.uiivr ui iuuiob. Ilosalie Pclland and Zepha Felland, her hu , band. Plaintiffs, - - .--.., - vs. Thomas O'Reilly and Frank M. Baker. Defendants. Suit in Equity to miiet title to real eute. - To Thomas O'Beiilv and Frank. M. Baker, the above named Defend-nt: In tlie name of the State of Or egon, you are required to apj?ar and answer the complaint of Plaintiffs tiled apiinst you in the above entitled Suit, in the above entitled Courton or be fore the Prst dav ot the next regular term th ercof. to-wit, on Mondaythe 19thday of Ooti.ber ISsT-.lf you fail to so appear and answer Plaintiffs will a; ply to the Court for the relief demanded in said Complaint, to-wit; ; : ' .-'-"--' A decree that the defendants and all persons claim ing under them by title accruing tcbfetiut'ut t thisftult.be forever barred from all claim t my estate of inheritance in the E i of S E i of c 10 and the W of S W of Sec. 11 in T 25 S of & 4W in the district of lands nubjoct to pale at the- Land Office of tha Southern district of Oregon. This Summons is published by order of Hon. K. S. . Eeaiu Judge ofsaid Court dated May 5th, li35.