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FRIDAY, SEPT., 4, 1885. S. F. Floed is duly authorized to transact all business concerning the Hoskbcrg Re view. . J. It. N. Bell. THE 'REVIEW CAN ALWAYS EE ..FOUND AT UMt St. UliAKblSS, l UiiTUA.M). LODGE NOTICES. v Ay LAUltEL LODGE A. F. M. WILL HOLD V-i regular meetings on Wednesday on or before fcjkeach full nwou. G. A. Bi-AT1I, W. M. J. P. Dukcas, Sec. "i.s:. PHILETARIAN LO 3335; N..t;,-i.o. o. r.,i LOIGE, ou Saturday evemnir of Mch weik at o'clock, in their ball at Koseburg. Members o the ordir i:i god standing are iuvited to attend. By order of the A'. O. UNION ENCAMPMENT, No. 9, I. O. O. F., meets at Odd Fellows' Hall ou th- firstand third Thursdaysof every monfh. Visiting brethren invited to attend. L. ilKLULS. C. P. A. C. Marks, Scribe t,, UMP(U A CHAPTER, No 11, F. A.M., hold I fkk 'heir regular communications every iirst and third Tuesday in each month. All members in good standing will take due and Umely notice aad govern themselves accordingly. Visiting companions are invited to meet with the .hapel when convenient. J. C. Fl'LLERTON, H. P. W..I. Friedmxper. Kc'v SUBSCRitE Ncw.--Every citizen of Delias County fchr-uld .siibscrile L-t the Review. It is taking the lead. A Pioneer. Jesse Applegate L. L. D. was in ou& city a few days this week on busi ness. The old gentleman is becoming quite frail. He is truly a pioneer, and should be revered for the good he has rendered our beau tiful Oregon. MARRIED. Frm an Iowa paper we glean the fact that Walter Swartzlaneler and Miss Lucy Foresman were married an Tipton Iowa on August 13th. Waiter has mr.ny friends in Roseburg who w ish him and his bride a long, happy and prosperous union. He Shot. Tuesday night T. Farquar shot four times at some petty thieves who was try ing to get his melons and fruit. This is about the third time he has burned powder at them. A stray bupet will hit some one of them yet if they do not stop their depredations. , A Veteran Schoolmaster. Professor J. G. Gilbert, now Principal of the Santiani Academy located at Lebanon was in attendance at the M. E. Conference last week. Prof. Gilbert is a teacher of thirty-three years exper ience. Many of our old pioneers will remem ber hini as the man who built in Green's valley the first frame school house in Douglas county, and taught the first school in the building. The Prof, also circulated the petition for school District No. I in our county. ... g Fraternal. A very fraternal episode oc curred at the M. E. Church last Saturday. Kev. Wolf has been Secretary of the Confer ence for ten consecutive years, and the mem Ijers of that body presented the reverend gen tleman with a purse filled with shining dust. The gentleman was overcome, and only re sponded with tears of thankfulness. Brotht r .Sails, taking in the situation, said: "Thank God for MethodU preachers." Bro. W. D. Nichols made the presentation speech. . Fine Monuments. Mr. J. A. Cardwell, of Jacksonville, general agent for the Detroit Uronze Co. has sold this week a splendid fam ily monument to Hans Weaver for $750. This is the finest m jnument, we believe, in the County. I). C. McClallen has purchased a family monument for $460. Thos. Grisdale has ordered a nice monument for E. C. Dry and M. Dyer ordered a tine one for his wife. These are made uf the fine bronze material, do not rust, and are for superior to marble. " ' -'- The A. O. U. W. Mr. J. J. Upchurch' of Missouri, known as Father Upchurch, the founder of the Ancient Order of United Work men, arrived in Rostburg Wednesday cening. A large crowd gathered at the Court House at a timely hour and Mr. Upchurch was intro duced by E. G. liursh. lie made a pleasant speech in the interest of the Order and was followed by lien. G. H. Dcrris, of Eugene City, Grand Master Workman, of Oregon. The Y. D. I 'and furnished superior music during the evening and a sumptuous supper was served to members and invited guests at the McClallen House. , "THE Ua.ni Stand. About $220 has been pledged to the Hand Stand Fund from all sources. Some has not yet been paid in and we request all parties to make payment immediately. Messrs. Taylor, Malauscna and Frazer have been appointed building commitec oy the Bind and designs secured. Messrs Mrdausen.i an.'. Clements will build the edit rice which is sufficient guarantee of an elegant structure. The site a little in front and south of the Court House, w hetc the old croquet ground was. is the general favorite and should be chosen. The lumber will be ordered to-dav and work commenced immediately. The California & Oregon Railroad. It is stated in San Francisco on good author isy that orders have been issued by the Cen tral Pacific railroad company to engineers and bridge builders to proceed with the immediate . extension of the California and Oregon rail road to a connection with the Oregon & Cali fornia railroad. The gap is about 125 miles. Some sections cf the road are estimated to - cost over $100,000 a mile to construct. It is further stated .that the Central Pacific has been induced to, complete this road in order to re cover at least the Portland and northwest trade, which California lost through the open ing of the Northern Pacific. Wedding. Aug. the 26th at the residence of Mr. II . Wcatl edy, near Scottburg by Henry Wade Justice Peace, Mr. Jay " Shcpard and Mrs. Pearlc M. Neyve both of Douglas, Co. Eight o'clock in the evening was the hour fixed for the neptuals. After some moments of sus pe nse, the bride and grocm made their ap pearance, and Mr. Wade in his usual pleasant andimpressive manner joined the happy cou- - pie in the bonds of wedlock. The bride was attired in a lovely dress beautifully trimmed. The bridegroom was attired in black coat and pants and white vest. They were indeed a happy looking couple. Immediately after the ceremony and congratulations of friends, the company partook of a sumptuous supper which was prepared by Mrs. H. Weatherly, who has the faculty" and taste of getting up a grand weddinc supper. The affair was a most pleas ant one, and we wish the groom and his wife a happy journey down life's stream of time, and may their path through the rugged scenes of life's busy paths be strewn with flowers, arvd a blissful future go with thorn. zocai. yjsws. Conference is over. ' Send along your items. School commences Monday. The city election approacheth. Remember the Pompous Soiree. Wheat is coming into town rapidly. Drummers report trade picking up. We publish live matter in theREViEW. Thos. Grisdale is the boss road snpervisor. John Naugle's street preaching was a success. Many attended the meetings from the coun try. More new type on the road for the Review office. Our city is waking up to a great forward movement. The churches were literally packed during Conference. Read all the news this week on both sides of the paper. Much good has been done in Roseburg the last ten days. Revs. Fairchilds and Roberts shook our hands Monday. The Literary Society will be a great institu tion this winter. Sure enough, the O. & C. railroad will be completed soon. Roads are being much improved in cur county this year. D. S. K. Buick, was on Saturday's train bound homeward. What few chickens are left, roost lower since Monday last. Cushing's circus bound for Oregon has gone to pieces in Idaho. 1 Ion. L. F. Lane is building a very neat res idence in this city. Hon. B. F. Dowel was a south bound pas senger last Monday. Look at our new ads this week and govern yourself accordingly. A. R. Flint is in our town visiting. He looks hale and hearty. ' The Reform Club had an interesting meeting last Tuesday evening. " - The temperence views of the Conference were very pronounced; An overflow meeting was held in the M. E. Church Sunday night. Mrs. "Bud" Thompson and daughter went south on last Monday's train. David Hunter gave us a hasty call this week. Come again and stay longer. All the public and private collections dur ing Conference were above par. Judge Mosher has returned from Camas valley, where he has been rusticating. The gray streaks of prosperity are seen above the horizon now in business circles. The arrests in Roseburg lately are quite frequent. The better plan is to look out. Little Mabel I logan has returned from a three months visit to relatives in Portland. Some say that Prohibition is not dead, the Oregonian to the contrary notwithstanding. Every one who occupied the pulpits during our last big convocation of preachers did well. Old Don, the celebrated litigant, was brought to Roseburg under arrest last Monday. S'.x errs of wl.tat was reccivtd at the Gra.ige warehouse by the last noith bound f.eijht train. We will now have a good, commodious crossing at the depot. Read Mr. Koehler's letter. The hat collection Sunday morning for wid ows ami ' orphans reached the liberal sum of $47-30. : Metropolitan whispers are now heard in a low tone as to who will be our next city officers. Col. Shields went to Corvaliis this week to be gone about two weeks. Mrs Shields re mains here. Noah Cornutt, wife and Mrs. Freeland Cor nutt from Riddle were in attendance on the Conference. We call altention to the school notice of Miss Howell in this issue. She is an excel lent teacher. Why go out ol Douglas county for castings when ycu can el the best at Bunnell & Bo wel's foundry. F. B. Waite and wife passed through this city last Tuesday evening on their way home from Oakland. 1 wo nimrods went out 1 uesdav, and in a snort time cmc nacK witn a sine deer. 1 ney shot twice and hit once. A protracted meeting conducted by Bro. i Mathew has been in progress during the week at the Methodist church. All parties who are candidates for city offices will find it to their advantage to announce themselves in the Review. James P. Gilmor! has returned from Mis souri. He called Thursday. His family re maufin W. T. for the present. A boy from Eugene city was driving through this section this week selling an excellent qual ity of cheese manufactured there. The preachers thanked us for our hospitality, but we feel thankful also, for we got more good things to eat ourselves than usual. We extend the hand of welcome to Bro. Miller who succeds Bro. Webb on this circuit. May great success attend his labors. G. W. I Wonacott and Thos. Hervey, of Round Prairie, brought four car loads of wheat to W. F. Owens last Friday. Jos. Clough is in Douglas county again from an extended trip to British Columbia. He will probably remain during the winter. J. D. Symons and family left for Glen Eden W T. last Wednesday. We are sorry they have left us, but we know it will be only for a short time. II. S. Strange goes to the Willamette Uni versity this week to close up his studies during the next year. He is a worthy young man from old Douglas. Rev. Fairchild was our guest last Sunday at dinner. We regard Bro. Fairchild as a. cliild fairly grown, also he is a Fair man, and yet he is decidedly a brunette. W. G. Woodward desires to state that he will take wheat and oats do livered at the Grange warehouse itt exchange for harness saddlery and work . This is souiethinjc that our farmers should appreciate an4 take ad vantage of You ought to see those fine lintels on Caro Bros, new brick, made at our foundry. They are the best and cheapest. Bunnell & Bowen's is the foundry to patronize. Sol. Abraham called this week to inspect our improvements. And after he had done so, we surmise that he was not, afraid but what iis rent would be paid promptly. Many preachers and their wives acknowl edge the many kindnesses shown them by Mr. and Mrs. McClallen at the McClallen House during their sojourn here. Mrs. Morgan, of Colorado, arrived in this city Tuesday evening. She will visit relatives for some time. She is the sister of S. C. Flin whom he has not seen for ten years. Do not fail to read the outside correspon dence this week. Do not pass over it lightly. Remember it is all printed here. Read the "People's Forum" column, and write for it. -Dr. B. A. Cathy and wife attended the Con erence. Mrs. Cathy left this city for her an nual visit to the Willamette Tuesday morning. The Doctor returned to Canyonville Monday evening. Go to II. C. Stanton's and you will find a new supply of school books of every grade. He will sell as cheap as possible. He has other goods and groceries for sale also as cheap as can be bought. The Bishop's sermon on Sunday was a mas ter piece of reasoning. His main points were pardon, power, and mans faith standing in the power-of God. The points were overwhelm ingly demonstrated. - The Annual Conference of the M. E. Church South meets at Albany, Thursday, Sept. loth. Bishop R. K. Hargrove will preside. Dr. Morton, Secretary of church extention is also expected to be present. Our railroad friend of former times, A.S. Whiting, but now Superintendent of the Me chanic's Fair to commence at Portland, Octo ber Sth, has placed us under obligations for a complimentary ticket to the same. " A select school will begin nex t Monday at my residence. Terms $5.00 per quarter. I shall use my best endeavor to give entire sat isfaction to all who may desire to patronize me, Miss F. J. Howell. Thos. Hervey offers for sale a span of fine horses, three years old, at $100 each. They are large well-made animals and this is a good chance for a bargain. Enquire at the Review office or of Thomas Hervey, Clark's branch. We are sorry to give up Bro. Webb and wife, who have labored with us so faithfully and acceptably lor three continuous years. We commend them to the good people of Albany, and hope that they will have good treatment. Read 'Knight's" communication in this is sue. He oiler space m our columns to the people of Douglas county to discuss any of the leading questions of the day. The dead past w ith us is like that good old song, beginning, "The day is past and gone." From this time forward I assume the agency of Douglas County for Gen. Grant's memo rial book, vice H. S. Strange. All orders ad dressed to me at Glcndalc Douglas County Oregon, will receive prompt attention. Agents wanted. C. W. Brooks. The gloomy fears, desponding views, and wearincsii, that many complain of, would disappear were the blood made pure and healthy before reaching the. delicate vessels of the bruin. Ajer's Sarsaparilla purities and vitalizes the b.ood; thus promoting health of body and sanity of mind- Ayer's Ague Cure, when used according to directions, id warrauted to eradicate lrom the system alt malarial diseases such as Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, Intermittent, Remit tent, ud Bdlicus Fevers, and diiorders of the liver. Try it. The experiment will coat you nothing if a cure is not effected. i We have just received one of the best inv poking stones through Mrs. Breckenridge of Roseburg. The stone is American marble, 2 inches thick 30 x 40 inches. It is a beautiful piece of work. Mrs. Breckenridge keeps on hand, or will fill any orders in the marble or tombstone line, and have them finished to or der. Give her a call. Novel way to keep fruit. Baclaria is the caue of decomposition. The healing of fruit kids bactaiia. I- ill your jars as usual, and while hot cover the tops with unglazcd cotton bat ting and tie them well. The fibers of the cot ton prevents the entrance of bactaria. It would be well to try it on one that has lost its cover. L. C. Hill. Renolulioutt of Thanha. The following is a copy of the Resolutions of Thauks adopted by the Oregon Annual Con ftioue of the M. E. Church at in r.cent ses sion i.i Rose'ouij: Resolved Tl-at we cordially thank the O. & 0. R. R. Co : a.d ot'ier l-a.'s of Lavei for rjt'uccd aics to the members of this body and visitors who have attended the session. RtoOLVED, That we hereby tender our sin cere ihanks 10 the trustees of the Presbyter ian Church lor tluir Christian courtesy and l.iiioncss ia graining us die free use of iheir clvrch edifice. Resolved, That we thank the cit'zens of Roseburg, who have w ith such large hearted liberality welcomed us to their homes and ca tered to our wants with a princely generosity, which we have never seen excelled. We pray God to bless them and their families. Resolved, That we tender our hear :y thanks to the ladies of Oakland for their foresight and kindness in providing giatuitously an ample supper for about fifty members of our body on their journey hither. Resolved, That we hereby tender to our presiding officer, Bishop John M. Walden, D. D., our heartiest thanks for his services amongst us, and assure him of an interest in our piayers. Relolved, That we heartily thank Rev. II. P. W ebb, the pastor of this church for his uniform kindness and consideration for our welfare, during the session of our Conference. A Great Discovery. Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton, Ia, says "My wife has been seriously affected with a cough for twenty-fire years, and thi3 spring more cererely than ever before. She had U6ed many remedies without relief, and be ing urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery did so, with most gratifying results. The first bottle relieved her very much, and the second bottle lias absolutely cured her. She has not hrvd so ood health for thirty years.'' Trial Bottles Free at S. IIaniiltouii Drug Stove. Largs siz9 $1,0Q, GARDNER, SCOTTSBURG Ayjt SMITH RIVER. On Angust 21st, theOoctor, Gen. Caukin and your correspondent, with others, took seats in the four-horse stage at Drain for a visit to the Coast. WTiile there we saw many things which I have thought may interest your readers, and hence this long letter. This route to Coos Bay is so popular that the stage was crowded, and I imagine that at first every one of us felt very much like growl ing a little, but the company was so genial that we forgot our discomfort in the pleasure of social chat and cenial raillery. The General was our commander-in-chief and was nobly supported by his aids, Messrs. Ricker and Spencer. The Doctor had neglected to feed his tape-worm that morning, and therefore did not take a very active part in the conversa tion. I shall not endeavor to outline our talk, but may say that time sped so rapidly that we were surprised to find ourselves in front of Mr. McGuire's hotel at Elkton, just in time for an excellent dinner. At this place we were cor dially greeted by our friends - Beckley and Stark, whose store, filled with customers, seemed to indicate thafhard times" are pass ing away. The grist mill was running and turning out just as good flour as can be had anywhere. But we could not tarry long, and were soon hurrying on our way, with the lively chat renewed. It was somewhat more cheer ful now, for the Doctor had fed his tape worm (both necessities and luxuries), and joined heartily in the running fire of talk. Again time speed too quickly and brought us to Scottsburg, w here each wished heartily for a dual personality, in order that he might en joy the good things of both hotels. But we compromised by dividing our party, some staying with our friend Billy Patterson (he that was struck), and some with our friend P. P. Palmer. ; After comparing notes on the steamer, each boasted of having had the best supper, which convinced me that we were all treated better than our deserts. If any one can find a more beautiful'and ro mantic river than the Umpqua, from Scotts burg to Gardiner, I should like to see it. We were sorry to learn that the genial skipper, Capt. Cornwall, was confined to his bed with that highly interesting ailment, the measles, and were only consoled for his absence by finding in his place as commander of the Juno, that hail-fetlow-well-met, Capt. Henry Wade. Capt. Wade took us to his excellent hotel, where we were well-fed and furnished with comfortable beds. On Saturday we went to Winchester Bay, anil camped near the residence of our old friend John Patterson, who knows just how to make pleasure-seekers enjoy themselves. He furnished us a good boat, and the fishes suf fered from our depredations. We went on a crab-spearing expedition, andconfidentially, 1 must remark mat it was fine sport to see tne Doctor rise gracefully from his recumbent atti tude when a large crab in the bottom of the boat seized a portion of his .pantaloons in his monstrous claws. On Monday we went to South Ten Mile Lake, where we remained two days near the cabin of a white-haired old hunter and trap per, who goes down to the beach every morn ing to meet the stage, in hope of getting a let ter from loved ones in a far away eastern State, bidding him to come home and end his days among grandchildren and friends. Some morning our friend Jarvis will miss his tall fig ure from its accussomtd place on the wet sands, and it wij.l be found cold and lifeless upun its lonely couch, from whence the weary spirit will have "gone home" to rest. At the lake we clamber into canoes, placed at our disposal by the kindness of "Indian Roberts," a Coos Bay Indian, who treated us royally because we were friends of Capt. A. W. Reed of Gardiner, who had kindly given us the necessary credentials. Here let me re mark that the General is a success as the skipper of a schooner-rigged canoe, by which I mean that if the lake is quiet, no wind stirring, with a good oar and Dr. K. to "trim ship," he can go a mile in two hours and land the" boat on the other side of the lake with less than two feet of water m the hold; I have only one fault t find with his seamanship, and that is, he insisted that we should have all the items of "fisherman's luck." I desire also to testify that the Doctor did catch a fish about four or five inches long, I can prove it by the General. Two days well spent in genuine pleasure in cluding the pleasant task of finding enough provisions for the Doctor's tape worm, and we return to Gardner about which place I wish to say, that there is not on the Pacific coast, a livelier town or one . in which more prosperous business enterprises are conducted. The-mill and lumber company under the direc tion of Mr. Jewett, the canning factory under the control of Capt. A. W. Reed, both of which furnish constant employment to large numbers of men, are a source of pride to our county, and worthy of all the prosperity they can bring to their stockholders. Another feature, worthy of mention, is the beauty of the homes in this little seaside town. They have taken pains to beautify their homes and surroundings. Among these, I doted es pecially those of Capt. J. B. Leeds, Capt. Reed, Capt. Hinsdale and Mr. Jewett. Oth er portions of Douglas county need such men ; to render beautiful and refined, our. farm yards and village homes. - But space forbids that I should continue. Before concluding, I desire for myself and friends to express our obligations to Messrs. Reed, McKenzie and others, for special cour tesies received during our visit. With a prom ise of more, next week. Casaraltan. Keynote to Health. Health is wealth. Wealth means inde pendence. The Keynote is Dr. Bosanco's Cough and Lung Syrup, the best Cough Syrup in the world. Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in the Chest, Bronchitis and Primary Cunsumption. One doso gives relief in every case. Take no other. Price 50 cts. and $1 00. Samples fiee. Sold by S. Hamilton. That Dirty Dandruff. Dandruff is dirty and disagreeable in every way. It'fioils the clothing continually and is accomplished by a hardly less anuoy ing sensation of itching. The scalp is diseas ed. There is nothing in the 'world so thor oughly adapted to this trouble aB Parker's Hair Balsam. It cleanses and heais the scalp, stops the falling hair and restores its original softness, gloss and color. Is not oily, highly perfumed, an elegant dressing. Very economical, as only a small occasional application keeps the hair in perfect condi- j tiorj FROX JOSEl'IIlNECOVXTY. What an Vnprrjtulicetl Ttijcpayer Has Say About Grant" l'as. to Editor Review: As a citizen of Jose phine county, I have taken some little interest an trying to find out the straight of this matter about selecting the site of county buildings. In the first place, Grant's Pass was not jny choice for the county seat and therefore I did not vote for it. , The election, however was a fair one and regularly conducted, and "Grant's Pass," not "the town of Grant's Pass," was the successful candidate. There is no candid man in Josephine county that will say that Bourne's, Willis', or any body else's addition or survey of said town was ever discussed be fore the election. The fact is, the plain, sen sible men not lawyers nor speculators in speaking of Grant's Pass understood it to in clude all that settlement that grew up around and about the old stage station, including all the business houses within a range of a mile or so. Nobody voted for any particular place or pot in Kerbyville, Wildcrville or Grant's Pass; let alone locating it on a particular block in a portion of Mr. Bourne's site, which other wise would always be a keepsake in the hands of real estate agents. The selection of the ground for the court house and jail belongs entirely to the County Judge and Commission ers, and nobody but hair-splitting lawyers and mischief-making speculators have cheek enough to contend to the contrary. We have sense enough to know that children called twins are not born at exactly the same time, but they are twins all the same and generally belong to the same family. If any portion of this little community has any superiority over another it would be the old station, where there was a store, hotel, blacksmith shop, post office, (called Grant's Pass long ago, before Oregon ever knew a railroad, and perhaps be fore the British lion ever found out that Johna than Bourne, Jr., was one of its cubs, or be fore the Courier crowd ever thought that Sol. Abraham was sharp enough to capture a whole county court). I repeat I have tried to find out the merits in this matter and find that there "ain't any merits" about it. The county court was compelled to have done as it did do, or its officers would have been false to their oaths. I have read Mr. Bourne's letter to the County Board, wherein he offers a block' of land and $500 if they would locate the build ings upon his part of Grant's Pass. In this he did not claim that his survey was the only one to be considered. Then he cajoled, after wards resorted to threats and followed it all up with a law-suit, to be succeeded with a grand finale of a fizzle. Mr. Abraham's offer was four times as munificent, and as a mere matter of sound business policy, was accepted. In this connection we cannot but suggest that Mr. "Fair Play" has bejen wretchedly imposed upon as to Mr. Abraham's responsibility probably for, the purpose of identifying him. His representations upon this point is con tradicted by the records of Josephine county. Mr. Abraham did not deal in mere paper, but in cash gold money that jingles: and in sol emn deetls of conveyances that speak in no uncertain words. It has taken your corre spondent one day to find this all out, and as it is a matter of official record, I will give "Fair Play," "Justice" and the Courier from now on until the crack of eloom to refute it. Before doing so they will take a trip to that "Bourne" whence ho traveler returns. So, then, I say, ta-ta, vale. Tax-Payer. Althouse, Aug. 30, 1S85. " The Sanrt tty oftha Sabbath. 1 ' To the Members of the Oregon Con ference, Dear Brethren: Your committee on the sanctity of the Sabbath, beg leave to submit the following report. The Sabbath is a divinely appointed and holy institution, designed first, to. commemo rate the rest of God from his labor after a fin ished creation. Second, as a gracious and merciful provision both to man and beast. . The sanctity of this holy day has been stamped with Divine Au thority, not only in the example of the Al mighty Creator, resting from his labor, but by positive statutory enactment in the giving of the law upon Sinai. It was there amid the smoke and thunderings and lightening of that grand and awful occasion, that the Lord Jeho vah uttered forth the mighty words, "Remem ber the Sabbath day to keep it holy." From that time forth it was to be observed as an everlasting statute in Israel, or down to the coming of the Prince of Peace. For the law having a shadow of good things to come, and not the very image of the things, gave place to the new and more perfect form. Here it was amidst the fading shadows of sacrificial offering and Jewish ritualism that the original seventh day or Jewish Sabbath passed over, or was merged into the new and perfect Christian Sabbath, which stands forth as the ever-enduring memorial of Christ's grand tri umph over death and resurrection from the tomb. Hence all down the ages the church in her ever recurring Sabbath convocations has been permitted with! a glad heart to retrospect the past, and to forecast the future. The one serves as a rallying point of our faith, the other as a sure anchor of our hope. And iust in proportion as this holy institution is remem bered and faithfully observed, will the nation be exalted, and the church of God have pewer to prevail. The Almighty Father seems to give special emphasis to this subject; "And these words which I command thee this day shall be in thine heart; and thou shall teach them dili gently to thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou nseth up. We are to know God's words and our children are to know them: "And thou shalt hnd them tor a sign upon our hand, and they shall be as fount- lets between thine eyes, and thou shalt Write them upon the posts of thine house and on thy gates." Such was the importance and sanctity with which Deity, in the glory of his loveliness, has ever regarded this holy day of sacred rest, therefore resolved 1st, that we, as a Conference and a church deeply deplore any desecration of the Sabbath day.' 2d, that we do all within our power, both by precept and example, to bring the masses up to a higher standard in the observance of the Lord's day, the holy Sabbath. Respectfully submitted. ; N. M. Skit-worth, Ch'm. Parties having Real Estate for sale or those wishing to purchase will find it to their interest to call at my office in Marks build ing, Roseburg Or. J, 0. Fnllertoc, Subscribe for the Review. i TIIE COSFEREXCE APVOISTMESTS The following are the appointmentsof the ministers made by Bishop Walden at the M. E. Church Conference in this city, last Sunday: j Portland District. Portland Dist., W. S. Harrington, P. E. Amity, James Matthews, Astoria, 1st church, A. J. Joslyn, Astoria, Scandinavian Mission, , Comeilus Circuit, H. B. El worthy, Dayton and LaFayette, Fred L. Post, East Portland? S. P. Wilson, Forest Grove, Circuit, to be supplied, Hillsborough Circuit, John Mclntire, Hubbard Circuit, W. T, Chapman, Jefferson and Scio Circuit, C. Alderson, McMinnvilie Circuit; John Parsons, Oregon City, W. D. Nichols, Oswego Circuit, to be supplied, Portland, City Mission, J. F. Naugle, Portland, Grace Church, E. W. Casswell, Portland, Hall street, G. M. Pierce, Portland, Taylor street, G. W. Chandler, Powell's Valley Circuit, B. J. Sharp, St. Helen's Circuit, Sam. L. Lee, Salem, W. C. Wire, Salem Circuit, Nehemiah Doane, Sellwood, to be supplied, Sheridan Circuit, E. A. Shoreland, Tillamook Mission, to be supplied, Turner, Wr. T. Van Scoy, Viola Circuit, J. H. Wood,' Willamette University: Thomas Van Scoy, President, S. A. Staer, Professor, F. P. Tower, Endowment Agent, Eugene City District. Presiding Elder, I. D. Driver, Albany, H. P. Webb, Ashland, W. G. Simpson, Brownsville Circuit, J. M. Sweeney, Canyonville Circuit, to be supplied, Corvaliis, J. T. Wolfe, Dallas Circuit, Wallace Hurlburt, Drain and Wilbur Circuit E. Gittens, T. Jones, Empire City, I. Richardson, Eugene City, A. C. Fairchild, Jacksonville Circuit, W. P. Williams, Kerbyville Circuit, T. L. Sails, Klamath Mission, N. M. Skipworth, Lowell Circuit, M. R. Hackman, Monroe Circuit, T. F. Royal, Newport Mission, to be supplied, . Peoria Circuit, to be supplied, Roseburg Circuit, J. W. Miller, Shedd and Ilalsey, Martin Judy, Siletz Indian Mission, to be supplied, Springfield, Walton Skipworth, Pres. Ashland College, M. G. Royal, German District. Portland, F. Bonn, P. E. Southern Mission, to be supplied, Seattle Circuit, to be supplied, Spokane Falls Circuit, Adam Buchlcr, Tacoma Circuit, to be supplied, Walla Walla, Wm. Esslinger. A Card of Thanhs. Editor Review Permit me through your paper to extend my thanks to the citizens of Roseburg, for the kind and hospitable manner in which they opened their bouses and purses, furnishing cheerful and happy homes to the members of the Oregon Annua1 Conference of the M. E. Church; which will long be held in grateful remembrance by the members and visitors attending, and es pecially by the pastor for the courteous will. u and right royal manner in which it was lone. ! And aow I elesire to extend my sincere thauks to the citizens ol Roseburg and Rose burg Circuit for the heartfelt cordiality which I have received at your hands, and in your homes, for the generous manner in which yon have contributed in a substantiil way to the support of myself and family and the many tokens of friendship we have re ceived, and especially in your cont ributions to the benevolent objects of the M. E. church for the past three years. And may the Lord of all bless you iu the future a thousand fold more and increase your usefulness. And in parting with you, my greatest re gret is that I have not labored more faithful ly and accomplished more in the salvation of souls, for the sake of him who "so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whosoever belicveth in him should not perish but have everlasting life. For God sent not his son into the world to condemn the world but that the world through him might be saved." Remember us at the throne of grace and may the Lord Jehovah bless you, save and keep you in the riches of his grace. Hiram P. Webb. ThfiArtof flrtfina Yigorou is comprised in one very simple piece of ad vice, improve digestion. No elaborate system of didactics is needed. If you lack vigor, use systematically that pleasant promoter of it, Iloste.tter's Stomach Bitters. It you take this hint, and do not commit any ex cesses, there is no reason why you should not gain in strength, appetite and weight. Hosts of whilom invalids are to-day build ing a foundation for years of vigorous health with this sound and thorough renovator of a dilapidated pbysdque and failing energy. Dyspepcia is eraelieateel by it, and the con stitution fortified ajjainst disorders to which if it were exposed, it must surely succumb- notably malaria lever, liheumatism. inac tivity of the kidneys and bladder, nervous ness, and their various symptoms, disappear when it is used with persistency, not aban doned after a brief and irregular trial. Cure for Vilea. Piles are frequeutiy preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to sup pose ho has affection of the kidneys or neigh boring organs. At times, symptoms of in digestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture, like pers piration, producing a very disagreeable itch ing, after getting warm, is a common attend ant Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to the ; application of Dr. Bosanco's Pile remedy, which acts directly upon the parts effected, absorbing the tu. mors, allaying the intense itching, and ef fecting a permanent cure- Price 50 cent?. Address, The Dr. Bosanco Medicine Co., s qua, O. Sold by Dr. S. Hamilton. A Reliable Article. For enterprise, push and a desire to get such zoods as will give the trade satisfaction s iriimlton. the Druccist, leads all com petition. He sells Dr. Bosanco's Cough and Lung Syrup because it is the best Medicine on the market for Gmghx, Col ls, Croup and Vrmiarv Consumption. Price 50 cents and w f I 00. Sample free. I Syr ut of Fty. Manufactured only by the Cslimii Fig Syrup Co. San Francisco Cal. is Natures Own Tine Laxative. This plca-ant liqi id fruit remedy may be had of I)r S. IlamiRou at fifty cents or one dollar per bottle. It is the most pleaaaat, prompt and effective remady known, to e'eanse the system; to act on the Liver, Kidneys arid Bowels gen tly but thoroughly; to dispel "Headaches, Colds and Fevers; to cure Constipation Indigestion and kindred jl's. An Elegant tiitbxtitnte For oils, salts, pills and all kinds of bitter, nauseous medicines is very agreeable liquid fruit remedy Syrap of Figs. Kecominended by leading Physicians. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Co., San Fran cisco, Cal. For sale by S. Hamilton. For Rent. Dr. Hamilton offers for rent the new brick building adjoining Langenberg's opposste Caro Bros., on Jackson street. It an elegant 20 x GO feet fire-proof, iron front building, well lighted and situated in the center of the best business block. Terms reasonable. NEA' THIS WEEK. : W2SITE- V BRONZE MONUMENTS PEAOTIOALLY INUESTRTJOTIBLS. OVER 45,003 ALREADY ERECTED. Superior to all other Monumental Materials. J. A. CARDWELL. AGENT, JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. NEW STOKE AT would respectfully inform the public that he has on hand a fine assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Ready-Hade Clothing and in fact everything usually kept at .a nrst-c:ass store, uive hmi a call. Goods at JLow Prices, All kinds of Produce Taken m Exchange for Goods, ts&Ail orders promptly attendtd to. LEGAL NOTICES. Land Xotice. "VTOTICE IS hereby given tiiat the fol- X Uwii)!i named settler has file j Motive of hisiuten- tion to make final proof in support of lib claim, and mat saia irooi wui W made before thj lUgter or Receiver at Krtseburg Laud office, on l-'riday, Sep tember 18th, 1&45, viz: J. A. Jennings' Homestead No. 3419, for the N W i of N VY J of See. 1, E i of NE 1 of Sec. 2 T 31. and & K I of S E i of Sue. :u T ad S of R 7 W". He names the following witnesses to orove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation of aid land. J. R. Jennings and Jesse Dyer of Canyonville, Mike Dean and Geo. Quine of Ridrile. YY. t BENJAMIN, Register. Notice t'ov rablientUmi Land Office at Rosebnrj, Oregon, August 17th. 18S5. AT OTIC E IS HEREBY GlYEX THaT THE FOL J.1 lovdiur named settler has Sled mtiee of his in tention to make final proof in support of his claim, and the.t Sftiri itrttnf ha h-bo Vif..iA 4k. Ra.-t.. or Receiver at Itofeburg Laud Office, Wednesday No. Sim fur the Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4 See: 2, Townbhip 22 S R 11 West. V. M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence u rum, and cultivation of said land, viz. Charles X. Harvey, of Sccttsburtr, Ch.irlea C. Uloas, of Soottshurj, Joseph Butler, of Uardiner, Henry Wade, of Gardiner. W. V. BEN" JAMIN, Register. Notice of Final Proof, Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon, June 19, 1885. NOTICE IS HEREBY CI YEN TIIAT THE FOL lowinjr named settler has iiled notice of his in tention to make lin-el proof in supiKirt of his claim. and i hat said proof wili bs maie b&f ore the Register or Receiver of U. S. Land Oflico, at Roseburg, Oregon on Wednesday, October 7th, loi't, viz: Cnarles S. Harvey, Homestead No. Slit for the N i of N. W. j. S. E. i of N. W. and lots 1 and 6, section (J Town ship 22, S R 11 W. He numcs the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence upon, and cultivation of said laud viz: Charles O. lilosx, of Seoltsbunr. Wm. J. Ochlert of Oardiner, Henry Wade of Gardiner, Joseph Butler of Gardiner, Oregon. ' Wm. F. BEX JVM IN, Register. 01310X5. IN THE CIRCUIT COCixT OF THE STVTE OF Oregon, in and for the Cm. ty of Dougliw. W. T. 1VERLEV, 1'iallltdl, VS. : " J. G. Floor, Ellkx Fw-k and F. II. Noblb, De fendants. Suit iu Equity to foreclose a Mortgage. To F. U. Noble the above nauiei defendant- You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint on file against yoi in the aboe entitled Court and causa wnereiti W. T. Kerley is pKintitt and J. G. Flook, Ellen Hook end t H. Noble are- defendants bame being a suit to foreclose a mort gage on real property, on or before the ftrit day of the Dext regular" term thereof, tovrit: On Monday the ltli day of October l$s5. Aud you are hereby notified that if you fait to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said, plaintiff will apply to the court for ihe relief demanded in t ho said complaint tovrit; For a judgement and de cree of forecloseure and sale of the mortgaged premises described in the complaint filed in the suit and the proceeds 'applied to the payment of the costs and disbursements and attorney fees of this suit and the expenses of said sale and toward the payment of said debt mentioned in omplaint and that plaintiff have execution for the balance of said debt if any there be and for such, other and further relief as the Conrt iniy deem proper. Tnis Summons is published by an order of Hon. R. S. Beau Judge of said Court made on the 24th day of August lSa5. . :. Lane 4 Lasb Attorney for Plaintiff. CITATION. In the Co auty Court for Dovglas county in the State of Oregon. .A . ; To J. B. Crown. John-Brown. - Emily Parker, Laura Wright, Polly Eubiak, Sarah t. Adair. Abigal Carll, Nancy C. Horaiann, Lois Brown, Kaugie Brown, Mary Brown nd Joihua Brawn, the heir at lave, the next of kin aad all persons interested -in the Estate of Sarah Brown, deceased. - WHEREAS, ON THE 27th DAY" OF JUNE.,1835 C. A. Sohlbrede, administratoi of the above named estate having filed his sworn petition praylnjr or an oider to authorize and empower him to sell he real pro pertv belonging to the estate of Sarah Brown, deceased, situated in Douglas county, Ore. gon, and whereas, it was ordered by the Court that a -citation isue to said heirs at law, tho nex.t of kin, and all other persons interested in said estate to ap pear in this Court on the - - 7th day of September, IS 85. At 10 o'clock a, M. to show cause, if any there be, why an orderfor the sale of siid rsal property Bhould not be made as prayed for in aid peUtiou It was further ordered that service of .the citation le made by publication in one of the weeltty newspapers pub lished in Roseburg and of gcsicral circulation in Douglas county, Oregon, for the full period ol tinia required by law. - - Therefore, you and each of yon are hereby cited and required to bo and appear at said ti me aud place, Uien and there to show cause.if any you havo, why such n order aud license should not issua, for the sale said premises. Witness the Hos. J. S. Frrzncosr, Judge of said Court, my hand and the Seal of said Court this 2nd day of J ulv, iiiX Sbal.1 G. W. Kihkau,, County Clerk.