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PiOSEBU RG REVIEW.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1885.
A LEADING FAU7,
A corre3oal)t-it of the Albany
Democrat points out the fact that if
Gov. Moody were to cull an extra sesr
pion of the Legislature and the Demo
cratic members would not at tend there
would be no quorum and consequent! y
no business. ; We trust that if the
Governor so far forgets every principle
of justice as to call an extra session that
the. Democratic members will attend.
Nothing is ever gained by servlngiycmr
party better than your country But
leyond this, there is a greiit fa?t for
Gov. Moody to consider. From such
i proposition as the Democrat's corres
pondent jnakes, the Governor will evi
dently bo enabled to see something
of the genuineness of the op)Qsition to
tha extra session. It would ba an
outrage upon the people whose money
it would squander. It would bo a
partisan move so plain and contempti
bje as to ever cat a stain upon the
Qovernors fair record. It would be an
insult to the intelligence of the people
pf Oregon and would not g unrebuked
at the polls. . It is so uncalled for and
Buch a low political job that several of
the more respectable of the Republicrn
papers discountenance it. If Gov,
Moody should call an extra session let
tho Democratic members attend and
stand united on one proposition that
F. Moody should not be (he recipi
ent of the stolen go.nls! Act fairly,
honestlv and honorably and ar!o".nt
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penator and be satisfied.
A Ee-mited Ootratry.
While listening to the simple and
joyous melodies of the Nashville Stu
dents last week our mind wandered
ba.ck to the olden days when these
people were the children of bondage,
We thought of the wild and exces
sive sympathy which stirred the soul of
John Biown; of the heartfelt enthusi
asm that inspired the tongue of Wen
dell Phillips. The stirring invectives
of Garrison and Sumner came to mind
mingled with the political prescience o
the great Seward. Lincoln's kind and
.homely face, with it3 great wrinkles o
pity and sorrow stood out in massive
relief. For an instant we wandered to
tho coffin of him who yet lies in state
tha great leader of the sword TJ. S.
Grant. Fancy clustered the scenes of
olden day together tiom the first
' whisperings of abolitionism up through
the grand eloquence of tha clash of
arms! Tho defeated were there too.
Lee, with his manly and great attri
butes, the idol of a lost cause. Stone
wall Jackson as he passed out of the
great strife to "rest under the shade
of the trees." Yancey ever the typ
ical fire-eater ci the south with his
magic" eloquence, and in the back
ground, the firm-cut, classic features
of the great logician John 0. Calhoun
Out from the contest of arms, out of
the settlement of the inevitable con
flict we came to look upon our country
to-day. We see it united and in a
vigorous strength. We see tho old
.sectional lines wiped out. There is no
longer any South or North as in years
gone by. The victor and the van
quished have shaken hands in sacred
fellowship over a re-united country.
The hero of the North has become the
hero or Mifi Smith. ArnvmH t.hp. Iupp
of Grant the confederate bows his head
rith as inueh tenderness and respect
as he who in the olden time followed
the hero from Donelson, Vicksburg,
Shiloh on to Richmond. Ar.d why
! not It was the one sole . and single
issue of hlavery that caused the war.
' Jt has Veen wiped from the face
of the civilized world and those
who were bliud have received the
light The dead past' should bury
t its dead. Its dead are the animosities,
prejudices and the wicked institution
jhat caused the war. But the past
must ever live green iu the heaits of
Americans. It must be sung in songs
pf transcendent glory, the mins'.relrboy
rous.t str;k.e his sublimest notes, his
tory must glow as though recounting
the splendor of a fabled age. The
wreaths of laurel must be twined by
the hands o'f genius to place upon the
Lipy of the victor. The lessons of
moderation, of qniet faith and exalted
patriotism must live forever and burn
into the heart of our youth 1
' How exalted iq the chaiacter of the
American Union. The sword that
flashed in victory at Shiloh, at Donel
on, at Vicksburg has answered that
the Union is indissoluble and eternal.
Abide with us sweet faith! We will
not doubt. The great questions of the
past have only been answered to the
jjlory of our country; and when, if ever,
the days g:ow dark ng dn. If capital
should becorne to selfish and labor
ii nubia to protect itself, we Should re
member the patriotism anif the valor
of the Amuean people is as limitless
as space; and although the heart niay
grow heavy and the soul fear the future
yet within all there is the grand faith
that God himself has chosen the new
world to demonstrate that self-government
shall be an eternal and perpetual
SEHATOS pQ&PH MAKES A SPEECH
On the return of Senator Dolph from
Alaska he was invited to address the
Board of Trade in Portland on the gen
eral condition of home affaire. The!
suggestions of the Senator were all sen
sible if not new. And it Feemsa pleas
ure to the Portland Board of Trade to
lave some one now and then tell them
what the possibilities are of the Colum
bia river and of Oregon if only we were
a manufacturing people. We concede
all that may be said on this point. But
Senator Dolph might have said we are
all a rape of gamblers, and whenever
an opportunity offers to take chances
in pools and scheme if or rapid fortunes,
Portland men of wealth by no means
stand back. The Senator, with the
balance took a lively interest in the
Villard pools and as usual, sooner or
later, with gamblers, the lucky non
residents stripped Portland of several
millions cf moner. It seems all right
that those who gamble should lose.
Had the wealthy men of Portland put
one-fourth of those lost means into
manufactures, our state to-day would
have'nohard times.. Consumers would
have been added to our population, by
thousands and our home market for
all products would have increased be
yond measure Business in this line
would have shut out the California sup
ply and Oregon would stand more self-
sustaining than ever before. There is
no better wheat than Oregon produces,
and had she the Chicago or St. Louis
Board of Trade iu her nudst to aid the
forming of industries, markets would
be had at good prices for all we can
produce. There is no valid reason that
can be imagined why Oregon should
lose the large English market for her
wheat. Our farmers have never had
the help to retain it that other cities
through their Boards of Trade have
given to surrounding farmers. And
now our English market is uncertain.
A live, active and faithful Board of
Trade would have saved that market
to Oregon. Mr. Dolph cannot tell this
too often or too soon to the Portland
Board of Trade. A more near-sight
city is not to be found anywhere, and
if there is any one far-sighted enough
to point out the way to future success
by all means hear him. One thing
mentioned by Mr. Dolph gratified us
verv much. He SDoke of the success
ful completion of the Nicarauga canal
and of its great benefit in shortening
up the distance from the Pacific to New
York and Liverpool. This would
make a great difference in tonage in
favor of Oregon exports as well as im
ports. ' But there was one matter in
this connection not mentioned by Mr.
Dolph. It is a known fact that the
lumber products of the east are failing
very fast: A now field for timber is
now being looked out by eastern capv
talists, and they are found ox the Pa
oific slope in search of this supply.
There is no other field except that
north of Mendocino on the Pacific
ocean, Oregon, with her vast forests
of timber will open the market for the
world. Her timber is superior to that
further north and of a greater variety.
Her white cedar and myrtle, found no
where else in the world, have no com
petitors in woods for excellence of tex
ture and quality. Her .fir, spruce,
hemlock, maple, ash, alder, and many
other vaiietiesare abundant and await
ing a market Open the Nicarauga
or the Panama canal and at once our
timber lands come into market, and
Oregon would become one of the largest
exporters of lumber that our nation has
ever had. There is a secret seal upon
the action of the last Senate in regard
to the Nicarauga canal that we hope to
see removed. That it is" in the inter
est of commerce we deelare for both
Senators Sherman and Dolph speak in
high praise of the canal aa a helper to
our commerce on the Pacific coast. In
less than three years nearly al timber
lands here will change hands, There
is no better investment for eastern cap
ital than to make Oregon a great ex
porter of lumber as well as wheat and
litdi. Our future is still glorious.
A J0003E SHEET-
The editor of the Times Jacksonville
comes back on our editor pro tern for
our article on the Josephine County
Court House. The editor and pro tern
of theREViEw were both out of town
at the time and it was our hilarious'and
humorous devil who was struck by the
"jocose" reflections of the ever witty
and brilliant faber pusher of the Times.
The merry jesting, sprightly, facetious,
jocundity of the Times in saying.that
Mr. Abraham's had "captured" a Court
House was highly appreciated by the
said devil and as a master-stroke of
wit he thought jt was entitled lo the
bakery. We are pleased to note that
the Times did not mean to cast any
"imputations on any one, not even Mr.
Abrahams." For a bit of humor this is
rich and the devil, in the jocundity of
his jocularity showed bis appreciation
in the humorous conceit of our last
edition. Hereafter we will rank the
Twines with the Texas Siftmgs and the
Detroit Free Press. But we can hard
ly lefivin from suggesting that heshuuld
label his jokes.
A HAfPY FAMILY.
The condition of the Republican par
ty in Oregon mutt be truly gratifying
to its members. ' With no U. S. Sen
ator because the caucus nominee "Iras
a jew and prescribed on that ground;,
their leading organ so afraid of Mitch
el as nofto discuss a single live issue,
but daily bathing the same old shirt
in fresh oceans of blood; with the small
fry, pot-house politicians clamraoring
for an extra session and the federal pap
peacefully rece'ding from view, things
must be decidedly Lai-mouious. No
wonder Gov. Moody should be puzzled.
A man who would try to serve such a
combination must be in a sorry pickle
indeed. Say, Governor, you did not
get your party in this fix, so let it go
before the people and they will straight
en out the kinks.
Communicated-
Eugene City, August 3, 1885.
Editor Review: I have been great
ly pleased at the sound course pursued
by the Review m regaid to an extra
session. It strikes me that the only
honorable thing for Gov. Moody to do
is to appoint the Hon. Sol. Hirsch as
senator, He was the regular nominee
of the party and should have been
elected. The fact that he was a jaw
was too terrible however for some
model reformer. Strict discipline in
party ranks is a necessity and Gov.
Moody could not better serve his party
than by rebuking these mar-plots and
standing in with the majority.
Exdymion.
Mr. Joiix Roach's son melodramat
ically declares that no private creditor
shail lose a dollar by the old gentleman's
failure. It is only the poor, old Gov
ernment that is to be gouged, as usual,
N. Y. World.
NEW THIS WEEK
'fettf'S)
-SUCCESSOR TO-
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-DEALERS IN.
GENERAL
1 Kosebura; Oregon.
Has on hand constantly a large and complete assortment of
General Merchandise and will be pleased lo see his old frier. d3
and patrons, as well as neT ones, who in consideration of the
scarcity of money and tiie present depression in business, will
study their own. interests by calling on h;m and examining
Before purchasing elsewhere- I do not claim to sell oods
at cost, or less than cost, but will assure all who patronize me
that thoy will "get their goods
. At The JLowsst Living Ps-oHt-Produce
Of All Kinds Taken At' Market Price,
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liseniene
30 PROFESSORS
DEPARTMENTS OF LITERATURE, LAW. MEDICINE, MUSIC AND ART.
Elocution a specialty. Board and home for ladies iu the Women's College, $3 50 per
wek. Mes IV. S. Harrington, Dean,
Gentlemen board in clubs for $2 50 to 3 00 per weik. ' Many board themselves for
$1 00 to 1 50 per week.
The best moral government is maintained. Tuition Jiulf price to children of ministers
and those preparing for the ministry, .
First Term begins September 7th, ISSo.
Law Department opens Sept. lb'th. Medical Department opens in Portland Do
2d, 1885. Dr. E. i. Eraser, Dean. Send for Catalogue and information to
ber
rXlio.
E. W. Woolgey & Son,
Breeders and Importers of Thoroughbred Spanish Merino Sheep.
PrxltozEi., Sonoma CSO-u-iity, Gal-
We have on hand for sale this season 500 yearling and two
year old Rams and Ewes wiiicii we will deliver at Rosebueg at
prices to suit the times. Orders and correspondence solicited.
Our flock is of Hammond and Atwood stock originally, and
wehave spared no expense in introducing yearly new strains of
blood from the best flocks of Registered Stock in Vermont State.
For purity of blood, absolute freedom from all disease and care
ful breeding it stands second to none on the Coast and has taken
firsr premiums at State and County fairs wherever exhibited. .
Address as above or Fraxk Woolsey, cor. 1st aud A. streets, Portland, Or.
Represented in Roseburg bv W. F. Owens, and all orders 'received by him
or direct will receive prompt attention. ' ;
Memorial Services.
The memorial services fqr General
Grant will take place as the Presbyter
ian Church m this city Saturday;
Anmist 8th at 2 o'clock. The G. A.
II. Post will have charge and form a
procession at the Grange hall led by tho
Yankee Doodle Band and march to
the church and arrive th"rc promptly
on time stated above. Rev. Mr. Smick
will preach the sermon and the music
will be under the superintend ngy of
Mrs. S. C. Flint. There should be a
large attendance of our citizens to pay
this last homage of respect to Ameri
ca's greatest chief tan.
NEW THIS WEKK.J
Mm
The Portland Business College, Portland, Ore-
rv . n . n -l a1hi ill otMi SS J"
COU, OuCrS Supcriur i ivaic auu i ibm wfuuuiuu ,
to the young and middle-aged of both sexes who ;
desire to obtain a practical education in the short- ;
est time consistent with thorough work, and at the
loorfoTnonw. Dflv and evening sessions throuch- ;
out) the year. Students admitted anytime. Cata
logue ou application. A. P. Aemsteong, Principal.
MK3. A. tt COMPTON KINDLY RE
quest.s all persons owiuij her to come
and nettleas she is in need of money with
which to purchase fall and winter supplies,
at the same time thanking all for past natron -age.
She also would solicit a contiuuauce
of the same. au"7.2w
Assessor's Notice.
VfOTICE IS , HEREBY GIVEN Til AT
l on Monday the 31st. day of August,
1SS5 the Board of Equalization of Douglas
county will attend at the cilice of the Coun
ty Clerk and puh'.icly examine the Assess
ment Lio'is of said County, and correctjall
errors in valuations, description or qualities
of land:, lit3or other property, '"
E. C. SACKY,
County Assessor.
Persons having real estate to sell, or
those desiring to purchase will find it
to their interest to call on nte.
II. G. SCUOGGS, J IX.
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9JVAm iUWu(AUMfiuii9
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f INSTRUCTORS,
3cem-
Villi Scoj, President, Salem, Or.
il'-.i3iW!sgatta
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War ! War ! War !
. China and France have had their time;
Russia and Kngland are still in line;
America with her watching eye,
Holds the line of traffic, by
The granery of the world.
Money is money, and as the blood-saping medium,
With its glitter of gold,
Has only its equivalent at Mensor's I'm told
His stock is new and his goods are fresh;
And as to selection, he has the best.
Give him a call, under Slocum,s Hall. W BlonSOV
OAKSAITS, Eoalas County, '.OBEGONi
School Year bo-gins Trlonday, September 7, 1885.
mtllE COURSE OF STUDY IS DESIRED TO MEET THE WANTS
of any who may attend. Many noble and biilliant minds glow with a
desire for knowledge but ciicumstaricus preclude their attenditjg remote or more
expensive institutions; among &uch are frequently found the brightest and
most j romLsing pupils in school. J
Hence the course of study is made almost as full :is that of many of our
Colleges, while tho character of instruction is inferior to none.
S
rXiition per Session of Twelve weeks:
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Piimarv ...... 8 4 00
First grade Junior class 5 00
SwcQiul grade Junior class 6 00
jVlxTsioJ
Tweuty-four Lessons
Use of Instrument .
Drawing and Winting..
SEND FOR CATALOGUE. I
GEG11GE T. RUSSELL, Principal
Successor U
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DEALER IN
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
IIIUS ssekI PATENT ?I ED STICKS
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Cheaper than the Cheapest.
M. JOSEPHSON.
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Kees a full line of Dress Goods of cveiy variety, and Shade.
A full line of Silks.
A full line of Satins, Brocades and Velvets.
A full Ime of Fancy Dress Goods.
A full line of Hosiery.
A full line of Clothing.
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A fall line of Furnishing Goods.
A full line of Hats and Caps,' Boots and Shoes.
A full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries and Tobaccos.
A full line of Crockery and Glassware.
And last, but not least, a full line of Ostrich Plume3 and Tips, with all
kinds of Ladies Hat Trimmings and Hat Shapes of latest pattern.
M JOSEPHSON.
ANNOUNCES TO THE PUBLIC THAT HE IS NOW PREPARED
TO FURNISII
EVERYTHING IN HIS LINE
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faving lately fitted up a new STEAM SAW MILL on South Deer creek, is
II prepared to furnish lumber of all kinds on short notice at
Hard Time Prices.
' Barn lumber and fencing furnished on short notice.
I J. J. WHITSETT.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Established in 1867.
fncob Bitzer
First eraJe Middle class. 7 00
Sl-coiid grade Middle class 8 00
Senior class 9 00
.12 00
! 2 50
4 00 to 12 00
J. U JOHXSOJS
BOOTS and SUOES,
IlATci and CATS
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liiind Corners.
rnnE ipoywrso law was passed by the
To establish corners of Govern tnpnt stirrers
where the witn tivea have been cut, or hare f alien
down, And where there remain the gtumb on which
the bearing marks or blazes can still be seen, or
where bther evidences of tbe Oovernment corners
may or jean be found, whereby the said corners es
taofcshod hy Govern rueijt surveyg be positively
located by any of such or othe r decafta? evidence s
said corner or corners to be reestablished in ths man
ner prescribed in thisSection forestahliKhlnecorners.
and. shall keep a seperate roeord ol the same in a
book called Bearinsf Trees 0J V 8, Surreys, and
pving the date, and names, (if peisops present, and
turn said record over to his successor. When so re.
est.abli.ihed, they shall be recognized thereafter ss
the legal and permanent comer or corners
j THIEL, County Surreyor.
2 UflELL BO WEM BROS.
FOUNDRY,
Machine Shop,
Wagon Shop, '
Blacksmith Shop.
CAN MAKE CASTINGS FROM ONE
ounce to three tons weight. Small Co..
pula tor small castings. : Mouey refunded, if
wyrk is not satisfactory. Portland prices I
Save telegrams and exuressage.
KOSEBURG GROCERY STOHE
ROBT. EASTOX, PROPRIETOR. '
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Jackson Street, ne door South of Mrs. CompWn's
HAS JUST RECEIVED f
A STOCK OF
CANDIES, NUTS, 1 CAKES, '
CRACKERS, TEAS, SPICES,
SUGARS, CANNED GOODS
COFFEES, ETC., ETC., ETC,
I Exchange Goods for Good Butter
and Fresh Eggs. .. .
MY GOODS ARE ALLRE3H,
HOUr. EASTOX.
JOHN AXDEBSON,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
BIG HORSE SHOE
CIGAR STORE. :
Jackson street, Roseburg Oregon.
DEALER IN CANDIES, NUTS, CIGARS, TUB AC
cos pipes, notions, cutlery, eUtiouery, cig-jr-ettes,
and everything Usually found in a dnt-ciMS
variety store.
Meerschaum Goods a specialty.
My foods are the best and guaranteed t repre
sented. Prices lovr, as 1 do not propose to M na
deraold. JOHN ANDER80K.
jpUllAU URE PALA CF,
UNCLE JOHN GILDERSLEEYE
Has the finest stock of furniture sooth of Prtlaa4
which he sells as cheap as it can be bought
iu the State. The new fancied
DO UBLE BED LOUNGE.
AND
P JITS NT CORNICES.
Also has on hand a full assortment of beds and bed
ding, chair, tables,
BUREAUS AXD COMMODES,
Aud all kinds of ChiMrens Chairs, etc.
J. U1LIEIISIJXY.
DOWLAS 001TFBA1
HUMrHREY k FLINT,
Roseburc - - - . Orca.
TRANSACT A GENEUAL
B ANKZHQBTJSISnESB
Sight Drafts Drawn on
Portland, Sau Francisco, Mew York ad
other p:mtd. Bills ot ajhar.gc en th
eeivetl sulijct t-o check. CullCtiom mat
ou all acccs&ii'le points at reasonable r&tov.
Look oat for J. C. Shcridua'a
new Mdw next week. v
O. cfc 3L. "Eflsjsr,
- A Full Line of
Stajjle and Fancy Groceries,
Table and Pocket Cutlebt,
Glassware, Crockery v'
Qneensware to
Goods Delivered anywhere in tkt
City limits, Free of Charge.
L. C. BEARDSLEY,
DEALER IN
X-tmileir, S?timli, Doors
diid 3Ioultlin .
OF THE VERY BEST MATERIAL.
ptOME A!D GET TERMS BEFORE PUCH -J
ing elsewhere.
Office near .RMnK
MRS. E. F. 1I0TCHKISS,
FINE MILLINREY
AND
N"eat Dressmaking!
ROSEBURG OREGON.
UflLL FURNISH YOU THE BEST AND "fIXKIT
IT Oooils in the Market. Ladies Wear, Laees,
Ruchings, Hosiery and Jewelry.
MISS STJSIE LEWIS HAS CHARGE OF TBS
Dressmaking Department, which insure
Good and Fashionable fitSear the, Iyo.

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