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FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1886. SsfeaKSSSh AWA UHMt. ' -w- 'jvc"-- - iu. o , 1. v. r., nitre on Saturday cven'in.' ui v:u-i week at J o'clock, in their hall at Him i.ii SIcuilicrs o the order in Rood standing are imittd utteim. l!y order of the N. . UNION ENCAMPMENT, No. , IO. O. F.. meet Odd Fellows' Hall on the first and thirdThursdaVK.it etch month. Visiting brethren invited to attend. A. C.Marks, c. I'. E. O. Hi'Rsn, Scribe . LAUKEL LODGE A. V. M. WILL Ulil.J) -J rc-nilar lneetiii'i-i Weihu'sdav on r ln-f..n Otkeach full moon tl. A. DEATH, W. M. J. P. DCKCAS, SBC. ..v? UMPQUA ClIAPTEil, Xc 11, F. A. M., li..M ''itt'Zj. their regular conimunijitiomj evcrv Hrt and third Tuesday in each month. All .'iPt; members in good standing will take due and mely notice and govern themselves accordingly. isiting companions are invited to meet with the hacl when convenient. N. P. Bunnell, II. p. W. I. Frikdlanukr, .Sc-'v O. E. S. CIIAITEK No. 1. ASHLAND Oil EtiON. licKnlar ineetinifH 1st and 3rd Tuesday s. All nfem bers in good standing are cordially invited to attend. 41 r. Anna farter, W. 11. W. II. Atkinson W. 1'. MISS ANNA AXDEKSON, SecreUry. Lkc liROKEN. Win. Gorslinc met with a 'serious accident last Sunday while driving logs in Looking Glass creek had his leg broken laljovc the ankle joint. Dr. . Marsters was summoned and reduce! the fracture, and the young gentleman is getting along as well as could he expected at last accounts. Sim;':h:ai. Operation. An operation of considerable difficulty was successfully per formed ly Dr. Graham assisted by Hoover on the Itoy, six years eld, of John Strader on I ecr creek lor nccro.i-, on the 27th of January and the child is doing nicely as wc go to press. Necrosis is dead hone and in this case it was removed from the upper third of the right femur. AaiDF.vr Nearly. Willie VanBurcn drove his team attached to his wagon into 1 Jeer creek to wash off the horses last Monday evening and the surging waves ran so high thai they lifted the bed of the wagon up, drawing the king liolt, and in this condition of affairs Willie did just make the shore without any se rious damage. 'When will non-amphibious animals learn that water will wet and drown? TiiirKvI'"iKM, John chase and Timo thy Ford areXhe successors of A. C. Marks on the comer. These young gentlemen w ill no doubt succeed well as they ought for t!:ev have standing in the community in which they are to transact business. T. Ford is the City Recorder second tcim and John Chase is our City Treasurer late salesman in S. Marks and Go's large General merchandise store. A. C. .narhs retires wan me tesi wisncs or ins many patrons. Crater Lake Set Apart. Commissioner Sparlcs telegraphed W. F. Benjamin Register of the Land Ofiice at this place last Tuesday to withdraw all the land from settlement .sur rounding Crater lake. This means being in terpreted that Crater lake has, cr will be in the immediate future created a national park Whoop up the wagon road to Klamath from Koscburg. Prosperity is dawning upon us, if wc had sense enough to see it. Our Congress man Hon. Cmgcr Hermann is making his work tell. We are glad that he is not a promisory paper man, not payable until the end of the war. But his checks are payable On sight. The Wrong Girl. Nothing more amus ing has occured in our town for many days than a small incident that transpired last Fri day evening at the literarv snripfw. . : TTioro was a strain of seriousness connected with the episode as well as amusement. ' It seems that one of our verdant youths approached two young ladieSsQf the same Christian name and asked to see one of them home, the one not intended replied in the affirmative and at this juncture the janitor hod blown ont the lights and the mistaken parties proceeded together as far as the Odd Fellow's Hall when the young gentleman discovered his mistake and exclaimed "Oh my! you are the wrong girl," and broke away abruptly and ran up street. The deserted young lady realized how ver dant her escort was to leave her to. wend her way home all alone even though a mistake was made; and the other girl was almost dying with laughter because she alone saw the point. Adf.i piiian Society Anouncement. At an adjourned meeting last Monday after noon the Adelphian Literary Society adopted the following resolution, "that only members in';;. :od standing and their parents or guard ians lie admitted without tickets to the meet ings of the society w hen held at the school house. Further, any other ' person desiring I" vL-.it the society may do so by obtaining a ticket signed by the President, and such tickets sh.illjie presented to the door-keeper at the next regular meeting before admittance will be granted. Tickets will be issued Fridays only; and not more than ten shall be granted for any one meeting. In no case shall any charge be m i le for any such tickets or admission to the society's regular meetings." Owing to the fact that the society has a membership of fifty mem bers and comfortable seats for but a limited imin!n.r of other persons it has seen fit to $iopt such a course. Public meeting will oc caMnnally be held in some hall large enough to accommodate all who may desire to attend. Sam Moore, ' Dora Lewis, . President, ' Secretary. Reform Club. It is estimated that over live hundred people from Roseburg and a 11 1 arts of the county assembled to listen to an address on prohibition by the Rev. I. D. Driver. The new hall of the Reform Club was densely packed and outside standing in every direction was occupied. All intent to catch the ring ing words of logic on an unanswerable argu ment in favor of the anihilation of the vile li'iuor traffic of our country, as they fell from tiie lips of one of the deepest thinkers and reas or.ct i of the day. This meeting will long be remembered and many express a belief that when such men as I. D. Driver throw their their mighty influence into the Prohibiton cause that the liquor traflic has enlisted a foe Worthy of their steel . T. F. Campbell profes sor of mathematics in the State Agricultural College w as, by unanimous vote, on motion of Rev. J. R. x. Bell, chosen as speaker of next meeting. Mr. Campbell is also a noted ciiuen of our state, a scholar and a profound rea-oner, who is counted among the Prohibi tionists who have enlisted for the war. Re member Mr. Campbell at the next meeting and every exertion will be made to further in crease the accommodations of the hall and make the meeting of grand importance. The exercises of the meeting were good, the select reading excellent; the prohibition gatling guns was a happy hit at the politicians of Oregon, and contrived much more truth than poetry m this place. We make (while saying every one did well) special mention of Master Claude Cannon not only ling a brick but a whole hnek building. The dialogue was good and W'ell rendered and effected praise on all who took part. H.W.LCHK. Secretary, Pro tern. LOCAL RREVITIE8. The Star Restaurant. The sun shines again. I lay is $20.00 per ton. Moore's is the leading Restaurant. No Chinese at the Star Restaurant. The grass is growing nicely since the ra in. Who was shooting so late last Sunday night The Sunbeam tea at So 1 Abraham's is the best. ; Regular meeting, Umpqua I lose Company to-night. i 15. Agee sent a very fat beef to Portland this week. Rev. I. D. Driver gave us a ministerial call last Tuesday. That Sunbeam tea has just arrived at Sol Abraham's store. A. J. Chapman of Wilbur, was in our town on business this week. Considerable agitation in Roseburg about the new school house. Mr. Newman has a new house in the course of erection in our city. F. B. Waitc made us a pleasurable and prof itable call last Saturday. Tell Col. Lane that yesterday was a pretty day and sec what he says. The buds are swelling under the genial ray if an Oregon February sun. . Coffee and Cakes ten cents at the Star Restaurant open day and night. H. C. Stanton receives subscription on all Eastern and Eurojean publications. The smiling countenance of Tommy Wil hains w as seen in Roseburg to-day. The V. D. Band in their dress parade suit looked well last Wednesday afternoon. Beware of law suits, at the last they biteth like a serpent and stingeth like an adder. Wm. Smith of Oak Grove in a business-like way greeted us this week while in tho City. What is the matter with our Drain corres pondent? Let us hear from him next week. L. C. Wheeler left this week for Washing ton Territory in search of a business location. Dr. Little at Oakland relieves you at once of that terrible toothache in a dental manner. Mr. J. B Cartwright of Coles Valley, had fine horse chocked to death last Thursday night. For L.mF. Back, side or chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents at S. Hamil ton. Uncle Benny Grubbe was seen shaking hands with his many friends on our streets this week. Miss Mamie Jones returned to Salem this morning. "Fare thee well, and if forever" etc. etc. Hon. G. W. Riddle was in our town this week on business, and could remain only one day w i th us. Valentines at J. Jaskuleks, Go and see them at once, for the 14th, of February is com -jng on, apace. Quite a number of people were in town Saturday, bad weather to the contrary not withstanding. At Moore's Restaurent can be had for 25 cents as good dinner as you pay 50 cents for in somejjlaces. . " The 4th, of March proximo will be held the County Institute in this cityv Let all teachers attend. , . Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. S. Hamilton Agent. . , F. Bernheim the wool man shed his radiance upon us again this week looking after the in terests of his firm. Mr. Britt of Wilbu r who by the way is one of the best surveyors in the country, was in our town Tuesday. ' The items from Fair Oaks could not appear this week, because no name was attached to the coramuni cation. ! : y ' The Sunbeam tea possesses an exquisite aroma, and also a flavor that is adapted to the most sensitive palate. Mrs. John Bilger has been visiting friends in Jacksonville for some time. She returned to Portland this week. Prof. Miller of Coquillc city who has bzen on an extended visit to Portland returned via Roseburg last Saturday. Walter Jackson, the prince of cigar men, was selling some fine havanas to our cigar vendors in this town last Tuesday. Ex-Suprcmc'Judge Watson and family re turned to Portland this week from a visit to Jacksonville their old home. Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures Consump. tion. Sold by S. Hamilton. Thomas Applegatc of Voncolla took us by the hand this- week at Champaigne's hotel and reported all well in his section. Mr. Wflson the harness and saddle man of sister town Oakland was over to sec us this week remaining one night only. Rev. R. Booth was in our city Wednesday and our meeting was profitable to us and wc hope will be instructive to him. Sleepless Nights, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. For sale by S. Hamilton. Hon. J. C. Fullerton went to Eugene yes terday" to attend the conclave of Knight's Templar, and will return to-morrow. Manager R. Koehler and Supt. J. Brandt stoped over in Roseburg last Tuesday night on their way out to the slides south of us. The ad of Dr. OZhme will be seen in an other column. We saw his credentials, and they arc first-class. Give him a call. Hon. Jonathan Bourne on his way out to Grant's Pass stopped over to see us last Wed nesday night, and went to the drama. Come to the Review office and get your blanks for teachers reports. A good supply on hand and can be used by any school. - A. J. Bellows went as a delegate from this rost to Portland to attend the Grand Army convention held in that city last week. Our County Treasurer D. S. West, has, this week sent, the balance of our State Tax to Salem amounting in all to $10,767.77. Will You Suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaren teed to cure you. Sold by S. Hamilton. Our friend Rudolph Abraham has been quite sick for some days but was seen out sunning himself on the street the other day. Our Jacksonville folks bade us farewell last Saturday morning and went home we trust well pleased with their trip we mean visit. If you want aset of teeth, or want teetft ex. traded, in first class shape, or any dental work done, go to Dr. Little of Oakland Oregon. T. R. N. Bell went to Corvallis this morning to attend a meeting of the Board of Regents of Corvallis College, one of whom he is which. Rev. Lockard filled Rev. Smick's pulpit last Sunday in this place both morning and evening. It was filled ably, so all testify. S. D. Evans the affable mail agent formerly of Roseburg, but recently of W. T. has re turned to remain with us of which we are glad. Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents, Nasal Injector free at S, llamil tons. Be sure and ask our county clerk at your first interview, what is the price of quail on toast?. We hold ourselves responsible for the result. A prominent prohibitionist the other day gave his sick calf a pint of whiskey and that night the calf died. He believes in Allopathic doses. The Rev. E. T. Lockard will preach to the people of English Settlement next Sabbath the 71I1, at 1 1 A. m. and at Oakland in the evening. B. F. Willis returned to Colfax W. T. this morning. He has been on an extended visit to this couuty to visit his parents and friends. . 11. r iir;, . , , , - . . 11011. v-. i. vv 11c ox w no nas oeen visitir.g on the Calapooia for some time returned to this city last Sunday and all are glad to see him back. . Our friend Jolmy Stearns a long time clerk in one of our leading business houses, smiled in on Roseburg a few days since looking hale and hearty. J. Jaskulek returned from a few days visit to Brownsville in Linn county his old home and Portland where he had gone on business, last Tuesday evening. The legal brotherhood warmed up at the Court House last Saturday somewhat. Sev eral were arraigned before the dispenser of the peace, Judge Caddis. i-ok dyspepsia and L,ivcrTomplaint, yon have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Slulohs vilalier. It never fails to cure. For sale by S. Hamilton. Joseph Shindler has newly filled up his bak ery. Has now first arrivals of Spanish peanuts Sea poam east powder, self rising, and many other niceties too numerous to mention. Wednesday was the commencement of the China new years and the celestials begun their holidays by firing fire crackers and sing ing and having a good time in general. Professor Bell, the patentee of the telephone bearing his name, says, "tho day is not fardis tant when we shall be able to see people at a distance by means of electricity." Zip! Rev. E. A. McAllister preached one of the ablest and most instructive sermons at Mt Scott last Sunday, that it has been our pleasure to hear for many days. Typo. James A. Card well the White Bronze man is with us for a few days, ami all persons wanting a beautiful and durable monuments can call on him at the McClellcn House. W. J. Mullen is in charge ol Johnson's rock quary and is getting out some of the hest build ing rock that has yet been brought to Rose burg. It is fire proof rock of the best quality. Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for Consumption, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents' per bottle. For sale By S. Hamilton. The Sunday schools in this city are largely attended. The number in regular attendance at the Presbyterian church averages now 120. Every body ought o go to Sunday School. Mrs, J. N. T. Miller, Mrs. Cameron and Mrs. Newman Tisher a-mnmi ovtwith- tfa until this week. Mrs. Miller has been quite sick. All went home this week to Jackson ville. ' Uncle Sam Marks called for the first time on us last Monday, and from the smile that he wore away we suppose he believes that we will give the people a paper worthy of their patronage. We do not sound a needless alarm when we tell you that the taint of scrofula is in your blood. Inherited or acauired. it is there. and Ayer's Sarsaparilla alone, will effectually eradicate it. A large brick house consisting of eight large rooms was stolen in Loisville Ky. recently. The thieves are not yet detected. They must have moved a very small portion at a time bnck bybrick. Wm. Crowhurst the great temperance lec turer came all the way from Eugene last Tues day to hear Rev. I. D. Driver deliver his lecture before the Reform club of this city.' Quite a compliment. . 1 Rev. P. A. Moses will preach in the Pres byterian church next Sabbath both moming and evening, Mr. Smick being sick and still unable to fill his appointments, although we are glad to say is canvalescing. Dr. Miller late of Miller Bros. (Homu.-op- athists) practicing in Fortland and East Tort land, has arrived in this city and will locate permanently for the present. The Dr. is stopping at thcTMcClcllan House. "Handy Andy will be put on the boards at the Reform Club, in a couple of w eeks. This vigorous play could be handled to ad vantage by slight modifications in certian parts, and by skilful touches in others . The Misses Inez Gilliland, Edith Imbler, and Sallie Ilamblin floated into our sanctom yesterday like fairy zephyrs am! departed leaving the impression upon some of our typos that "angels visits are too few and far le- tween." E. P.Farnsworth special agent for Hutch inson and Mann, General Insurance agents San Francisco Cal. was in our town recently and continues to make friends among us. W. N. Moore is the local ag;nt of this company at this place. J. T. Hinkle got the first bounty($7.5o) for killing a coyote last Thursday. His dog is a terror, and actually ran the "varmint" down and killed it. The reason dogs do not kill coyotes is, they have not the grit. Hurrah for Bro. Hinkle. R. L. Cavit's call at our sanctum Ijst week proved a source of much information to us in regard to the proposed road to Klamath Basin. The gentleman has been over the route time and again and what he says about it ts worth hearing. T. G. Reams Grand Master of Masons laid Over one night here enroute for lodges below which he is now officially visiting. He has made and is making more fraternal and offi- ciat visitations than any Grand Master ever elected in Oregon. The wedding cards of Miss Moda Abraham daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Hyman Abraham, and Leuis Selberstein of Portland are Out The. wedding will take place Feb. 14th, at the brides residence in Portland Oregon. We advance congratulations. Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer im parts a fine gloss and freshness to the hair, and is highly recommended by physicians, clergy men, and scientists. It removes dandruff, makes the scalp white and clean, and restores gray hair to its youthful color. Trains for the present w ill come from the north on their usual time, and lay over here until seven o'clock in the morning, when they will leave for Ashland and reaches here from Ashland in the afternoon. All day travel south now until otherwise ordered. There will be a protracted meeting commen cing at the Day School House on the Cala pooia near Thos. Winnifor Is Thursday night the nth of Feb. and will embrace the follow ing Sabbath. E. G. Micjiael P. E. P. A. Moses P. C. C. A. Trice, of Colfax W. T. who has been visiting friends and relatives in this county for a few weeks, returned last Wednesday accom panied by his brother John, w ho goes with the intention of purchasing a farm. Their many friends here wish them success in their new home. MrsCol. Shields returned from Portland last Monday whither she had gone with Col. Shields who was called to the metropolis on official business and he will remain in that city until to-day. Mrs. Shields said "it rained" while she was below, a thought that scarcely ever occurs to the average Oregonian. The sale of pews in Brother Talmage's Brooklyn Tabernacle last evening showed a decided increaso of .revenue over last year. It will be remembered that Brother Beecher's Plymoth Church pews showed a slight falling off in market value recently. Are wc to un derstand by this lliat Brother Talmagc is the most popular clergyman in Brooklyn? Daily World. Our city marshal was telegraphed Wednes day to arrest one Ed. Jackson on the train bound north, for stealing two children from Talent Oregon by I). A. Taylor. The mar shal succeeded and the gentleman is now in durance vile. Some misunderstanding in the family induced Jackson to leave home and he took this opportunity to take these children which hs supposed he had a lawful right to we suppose. From Dr. 1 loovcr we learn that the case of John Lyons in the county j m1 to whom wc re- lered last week is a peculiar one. Physically he is better, but his mind is impaired to such an extent that on two occasions lately he has tried to kill himself by putting wire taken from the bed tick around his neck and choking himself to death, he is now trying to starve himself to death. Verily the way of the trans gressor is hard. Prof. Win. Crowhurst, the well known ed ucator and popular lecturer of California will address the citizens of Drain Tuesday and Wednesday, 9th and loth; Oakland, Thursday nth; Myrtle creek, if trains are making regu lar time, Friday 12th; Roseburg Saturday and Sunday; 13th and 14th; on the great issue of Temperance and Prohibition under the aus pices of the Grand Lodge of Oregon, I. O, (J. T. Read this. Caro Bros, arc now taking an inventory of all their goods preparatory to moving into their new and commodious brick and will sell goods at the very best bargains. They will remove to . their new store next Monday or Tuesday, They desire to see all their old customers and many new ones at their new place of business whlNe they will continue to sell in the future as in ihe past on the most reasonable terms. The clanger that always goes along with a standard family medicine is the counterfeit or fraud which follows as darkness does light. Protection againist this dancer lies in careful observation of what, and of whom, you buy. Doubt the honesty of any druggist who states there is any other Simmons Liver Regulator than that prepared by J. II. Zclin & Co., Sole Proprietors; or that there is any liver medicine haying like effective curative properties, or containing the sanwUngrcdients. " The Atlanta Constitution of January t, iWS6 says: "Prohibition is a very simple matter in Russia. It requires no work on the part of Churches or societies, no elections, no trouble whatever. The Czar issues an order to close the' saloons and they are closed. There is no appeal to the courts and no dodging. To-day an order will go into effect all over Russia shutting up the drinking shops. Liquor will be sold nowhere except in restaurants. A high license will have to be paid for the priv ilege. ". ! V don't look like a WRECK. "When a man is going down hill everybody is ready to give him a kick." - Yes, that is so. It is said, but natural. Why, many a "man and women, seeking employment, would have got it if their hair hadn't been so thin and gray. One bottle of Parker s Hair Bajsam is then the best investment! It stops falling hair, pro motes new growth and restores color. Clean, highly perfumed, not a die. A great improve ment over any similar preparation, and sold at the low price of 50c. YOU CAN HAVE IT. "My dear, what would I give to have your hair?" Is often said by middle-aged ladies to young ones. Madam, you may have just such hair. Parker's Hair Balsam will give it to you. It will stop your hair from falling off, restore the original color and make it long, thick, soft and glossy. You need not stand helplessly envying the girls. The Balsam is not oily, not a dye, but is an elegant dressing and ivcspecially recommended for Us cl.inli- ness and purity. 0:-K.vi.oo.,A, Iowa, Jan. 25, 1SS6. Editor Review: Dear Sir Find enclosed lostal note for fifty cents, for which, please send me the Rosehurg Review for what time it will pay for as I contemplate moving to your state and think of settling near your town. If you can give me any information concerning that county, I am ' willing to pay for it and would be greatly obliged besides. The weather is very cold here the thermome ter last night at bedtime was 22 degrees below zero and is 10 below to-day snow about fifteen inches deep and is still trying to snow. Dop ing to her favorable from your state, I remain, Yours Truly, Jesse J. Hill. Found. A half sack of peanuts found at the church last Monday morning. One half of the peanuts had been eaten, as the floor was covered with hulls. The two hungry young ladies hereafter should take a bite liefore coming to church or read a book on manners, Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son, for in stance. Now don t get mad at this, or we might find out who you are. "Ainoufi the TSrcal-cra." The drama by the Y. D. Band was well put on last Wednesday evening and all did better than in "Above the Clouds, "yet our preference in the plays is for "Above the Clouds." This amateur troupe has improved considerably and evince as much histrionic talent as you find in any of our cities of comparative size. The company appeared better balanced in this play than hitherto, for previously the difference in preparation and precocity was much more per ceptible. The "nigger" in the barrel was a good hit, and well executed. The comic farce was rendered to perfection. Songs by D. Clements and Major Walsh were well received by the audience. Now we w ant to say this, better order was preserved that evening than usual, for- which the managers shall always have the everlasting praise of a "protected public"' : : r 1 MYJITLE CHEEK. Editor Review: The valley of Myrtle Creek is pleasantly located ou the east side of of the Umpqua River at the mouth of Myrtle Creek. It is a small town hut there is plenty of room for it to spread; all that it lacks to bring it into prominence as a manufacturing town is a few more capitalists, who are not afraid to invest their means and utalize the water power which is afforded by the two streams above named. Already has our little community been enlivened aud the busy wheel 01 industry started m the right direction by an enterprising gentleman by the name of Drake. Having some leisure, your correspon dent called on the aliove named gentleman a few days ago at his manufactory which has recently been started and the sights that we saw will long be remembered. The purpose of this establishment is to furnish labor to the to the poor man and to utalize the many natural products of this vicinity. On our right as we entered w e beheld an immense frame work bf wheels, pulleys, Ielts, and lev ers too numerous and intricate to mention Mr. Drakeinformcd us that this was the turners department. Also that there would be turned nuiito .miming inside irom uie Pillar of 1 Icrcules to a cambric needle either in iron steel, brass, copper or wood. I Ie informed us that he had an order already to turn a rolling pin for the agent of the O. & C. R. R. at Riddles, and was going to apply for a reduc tion in rates on the O. & C. in view or the ex tensive business he was liable to get along the line 01 this railway. U11 our lelt was a machine which we think will surpass all others in the business. After vain endeavors to guess what it wxs Mr. D. Kinuiy iniormed us that it was an invention of his own styled, "The endless chasn canine reducer." On the top was an immense hop per which the animals were let into by a trap door from above in the apex of this cone two wheels armed with sharp blades revolved at the rate of 650 revolutions per second, of course the animals when let into this place would expire almost without pain, then by a variety of wheel fulcrums, sieves, etc., the bone, hair, eyeballs, and toe-nails Were sepa rated from the mass and the sausages come out in an cndlesschain stalled in rubber hose which is sold either by the yard or pound. Mr. I), says that the idea for this machine was sug gested by the dog law passed by our recent legislature which if enforced would cause the death and consequently waste of many dogs. He stated that he was now at work on ma chinery which would, when finishml 1 means of a still further saving in this line a machine for cutting the hair affil then to this he w ould add an upholsters department. He said that the claws would make fine glue and he thought he would add a clue factorv soon. The eyeballs could not be ulalized but the bone Could be made into lime. Also he is at work on a soap factory adjoining which when done will furnish labor for several men, The building although presenting a rough exterior, is large and roomy and will furnish labor for many poor people. Mr. D. is a man of large experience of undoubted varacity and ample means. He stated that no Chinese would be employed in the business except in catching the dogs; that he had found from experience that Chinaman with his wide pantaloons on never got bit while a fashionably dressed young man with tight pants was apt to get injured. He said if he could find any substance to change the color of the eyeball to a pea-green he should immediately proceed to can them for goose hertjpft4 thus eave the entire animal from wastiT ' :-" r; Veritas. Oakland ItefortH Ctub. The first regular meeting of the above club (after the organization) was held in Brown's hall Friday evening Jan. 29th and was a grand success; over two hundred persons were present. Rev. E. L. Gittins. the speaker of the evening spoke well and was listened to attentively throughout. Being lately from Iowa he could speak of the workings of Pro hihitfon there from personal observation, and declared it a success though it had not shut up the saloons in quite all the river towns. Mr. Gittins was strongly in favor of a temper ance party. ,4 The programme of literary and musical en tertainments was good and was well received by the audience. . The singing by little Sallie Tibbitts and Orville Tobias was heartily cheered. The Rev . I. D. Driver being pres ent was called upon for a five minute speech and responded in one lasting alwut three fourths of an hour, but it was able and inter esting. About twenty five new names were added to the membership of the club. The following motions were adopted: First; au thorizing the president to secure a speaker for the next meeting. Second; appointing Fendel Suthcrlin, P. B. Becklcy and wife delegates to the meeting of the State Tem perance Alliance at Eugene Feb. 17th. Third; Continuing the same committee on programme. The meeting adjourned to meet Friday eve ning Feb. 12th. E. T. Lockard, Secretary. !' IIEVIEW .OH OEl'lCM-: J'JirXTS Cards, Blanks, - Posters, Receipts, Pamphlets, Bill Deads, Statements, Note Heads, Programmes, Letter Heads, Visiting Cards, Funeral Notices, Wedding Invitations, And Everything else commonly done in a first-class printing office. Call and see samples and learn prices. ! EXTRAORDINARY. A JVcw Star Discovered Roseburg. In The Star Restaurant, iormerly known as the New Restaurant is again under the manage ment of Mr. T.C. Ward, who announces to his former patrons and the public at large that this resort will be conducted on a first-class basis with everything in style neat and clean. Meals at all hours, day or night. You get what you order and pay only for what you get. Perciikrox Stalliosb. wnv Farmers Bit imui During these hard times, when nearly every farm product is so low in price that it hardly 8ecm worth raising, we see many of our most intel Ifeent and progressive farmers, who have hitherto been interested in horse breeding, buying finely bred high priced Percheron stallions. This to many is a source of astonishment, but is the re salt of observation that lai-ar. weil.f.,rmwl horses always have been, and necessarily must con tinue to be, in active demand at large prices on ac count of the scarcity in the United States of suita ble stallions for their production, all such having to be imported. The yearly increasing demand for such stallions is the best evidence that such invest ments are profitable. And to this fact is due the developcment of lartre importing and breeding es tablishments, notable among which and lanjely ex ceeding all others Is that of Mr. M. W. Dunbam'i "Oaklawn Farm," at Wayne, Illinois. EZKTOJT NOTES. February broke in upon us vert pleasantly Monday morning after a three (days almost continuous rain. Coyotes and jack-rabbits are "aon sunt" this part of the country to the gresjt satisfaction ot sheep raisers and farmers. Old father Smith was in town! on Friday last. The old man appears quite hale for his age, he says stock up on the mountain are doing finely. Will and Jimmy Beckley and Frank Kent came down from Drain on Saturday but were unable to return Sunday as they had intended on account of high water. Levins boys are said to have lo ;t seven or eight hundred head of sheep since shearing last fall. Considerable losses are also reported from other parts of this valley. j The log boom aboyc town brok4 on Sunday Iiight last and some two hundred ogs passed quickly out of reach of the mill. This is quite a considerable loss to those interested. A petition is being presented to and very generally signed by citizens in this locality ask ing aid from the government through Congress to open the Umpqua river for navigation from Scottsburg to this place. j Mr. Henry Beckley contemplates making quite extensive improvements in the way of barn and shed room the coming summer. He says he must have more shelter for; his stock. Many others should follow his example. R..E. Porter. Cnlapooht A'otea. Still it rains. The Calipooia is about lour feet higher than it has been this winter. Mr. E. E. Barnard has gone to Oakland to attend school. . Miss Amanda Kerley spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents but will return to Oakland to-day where she is attending school. Mr. William Deardorf and family have been visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity for the past few days. Come again Uncle Billy wc are always glad to see you. 1 Mr. B. L. Barnard came home last Friday from Coles valley where ho has been attend ing school and he will have to stay with us until the river falls so he can get across. Wc are sorry to say that Mr. George Win- niford had the misfortune of losing 'a very fine race horse which he got from Mr. jl E. Kerley but we understand that Mr. Kerley! is going to help him bear the loss. 1 1 lie surprise party at J. M. Ellison's and Mr. Winniford's was a pleasant affair, every tning passed off nicely, but the Mater and that we arc not able to say which way it is to go but it is generally supposed that! it would go down stream. f We are sorry to know that Ilj McNabb has gotten a little out of sorts alxsut; the items which has been written in this vicinity. I know there hasn't been anything jwritten to make anyone mad or any thing otj the kind and as II. is the most enterprising young man in this vicinity therefore it is naturall y sup posed that we have to Write more jibout him than any one else. We write for the interest of those w ho can't stir around during this bad weather and we hope no one w ill get offended at w hat we have to say. WTe catch some of our items as they fly through the air but. we don't write anything but what we kre pretty sure is true. NowJwitka. i ETTJEIt LIST. Following is the list of letters remaining un called for in the Roseburg P. O. Jar). 31 18S6. Amos, Mrs. Milton fTLang, C. T5. Alderson, " Geo. W McCulloch, Mr. L. McDowell, Lott E. 3 Martin, W. T. Moore, Mr. M. J. MicheaL Rev. E. G. Parker, Mrs Mary V. Patterson, rs. Mary Parriseau, Ellen Denning, Jacob D. Phillipps, Isjibell Pearson, Rhoda Rolan, Mr. Ifrank Roberts, Clajy Roberts, Wiltelta Ames, Mr. Peter Apperson, Hon. J. T. Beckworth, Mr. C. Balmare, Mr. Scott Beaman, Mr. G. W. Brown, Mrs. Rice Booth, Miss Ella Clayton, J. A. : Counts, Mrs. Carrie Chandler, Mrs. P. Cameron, Mr. James Creason, Mr, Willis Celler, Miss Mamie Dilley, Miss M, M. 2 Smith, Millii 3 Engels, Mrs. Ella Slanfield, WJ W, Evans, Mr. David Fisher, Miss Ellen Frank, Mr. Wm. Flournoy, Jas. II. Fehminman, Prof. George, Mrs. E. Hill, W. G. Housing, David Holt, George Ingels, Mrs. F. A. Jones, Mrs. A. G. Jones, Mrs. S. F. Larout, Ida Lamb, C. C. Smith, Mary Smith, Addie Snider, Mrs. JBelle sandy, Mr. fireman Smith, Thomas Tibbelts, Dr R. P. Williams, Maggie . Weaver, G. W. Way, Mary Whitney, Mr ;. A. Whitney, Miss E. Williams, Edwin Walker, Samjuel Yarbrough, George When called for please say W. N. Moore, P. M. Advertised." School Krport. The following is the Roseburg scliool report lor the month of January. The number of days taught was twenty: It is ascertained that the entire number of pupils enrolled during the term is 353 and that the numbed in atten dance during January was 331. V. & 2 c O 1! t 3 o H No. days Taught. 2o 20 20 29 j 80 No. Days Attendance. 1539 1324 1369 75i S983 AbsencT 45 75 47 9j 59 ?ardmeLS. 2 .00 8, .0 272 Emoff SO 48 45 4f .88 Enrog 36 33 33 5j 43 Total iNo. . -o ... Enrolled. 86 ?' ?8 331 Bdonfing0 79 69 71 9 3" nfant'r 77 66 68 gi 299 No. of new " J Pupils Boys. OQ2 3 5 No. of new , 1 Pupils Girls j 01 1 6 j 8 r roper Treatment for lougns. That the reader may fully unders land what constitutes a good Cough and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar and Wild Cherry the basis Of the best remedies yet discoverec1 . These ingredients with others equally as effica cious, enter largely into Dr. Bosankb's Cough and Lung Syrup, thus making it oiie of the most reliable now on the market. Price 50 cts and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by S. Ham lton, 1 IX MEMOS I A 31. Whereas: by the sudden death of our es teemed brother Oliver M. Bcls who departed this life January 2nd A. D. 1S86. South t Umpqua Lodge has sustained a great and se vere loss, made doubly so by his faithful rec ord, christian character and kind spirit. His zeal and devotion to the Order has developed in our hearts for him a w arm regard and broth erly love. Resolved: That in the death of Oliver M. Beals each member of South Umpqua Lodge mourncs the loss of a personal friend Resolved: That while wc bow to the chastening rod we desire to express our deep sorrow and love in the death of one w ho so fittingly illustrated the cardinal principles that constitutes the foundation upon which rests the superstructure of our order and as an up right man entrenched himself in the hearts of those who knew him, thus forming a silver lining to the cloud that overshadows us. Resolved: That we share deeply in the sorrow of the widow, children and relations ot vur oeceaseu uroiner anu tender tnem our heartfelt sympathy and commend them to the loving care of him who has promised to be a father and helper who maketh all things work together for good to those that love him and keep his commandments. Resolved: That this lodge be suitably draped in mourning for the period of sixty days as an expression of our g(ief in the loss of our brother. kesolved: that these resolutions be spread at large upon the minutes of the lodge, .t.j luiuuiiutu 10 me lamny ana a copy 10 the Koscburg papers for publication. Attest. I. WOLLFXDERG, JOHX L. ARSNER. Secretary, Worshipful Master. I' It A CT1CA I. SVGGESTIOX.S. Mr. Editor: Hearing some talk of reviv ing an effort to get a wagon road throngh the the mountains east of Roseburg and believing that great benefits would result from such road, knowing the most accessible sources which such a road mip-ht m in ihi firct place the distance from Roseburg cast through to the old Rogue river and John Day's wagon road on the east bank of Rogue river is not near as great as many suppose. The last thirty miles of this old road could easily be opened to the roads cast of the monntains; a road could strike this old road a little south of due cast of Roseburg on the bank of Rome . .. v o river; in the second place the cost of making such a road would not be over half as much as many might think; at the present time ask stock men with big pastures "how is your range holding out?" most of them would say in reply, it is. not half as good as a few years ago. A road opened up east would give us a big summer range on the best of bunch grass. A certain cavalry officer after passing through this bunch grass country went to Ft. Klamath and told the other officers that Skookum prairie was set in Kentucky blue grass; in reality some grass there favors it, especially the seeds on tops so it resembles that grass very much. Such fine summer ranges would give us fine beef for fall and winter, also rest our home pastures, thereby enable us to keep more stock than at present, besides opening up a trade with the people east of the monntains. C. L. ... Looking Glass Items. Plows all standing still. The wet weather still keeps the farmers in doors. Mr. Hawn also has been very sick ' since Wednesday last but at this writing is better. A grand soiree will be given at Looking Glass on the r2th, a good time is anticipated. Mrs. Dinning has been quite sick for sev eral days past but is some better at Una-time. The Carter brothers have purchased their old homestead and are going to settle down to be steady grangers. It is rumored that one of them intends to take a partner to share his joys and cares." We are inclined to think the boys mean business. Success attend them. . A couple of our noted nimrods took a trip over in the French Settlement on a huntine tour. They spent a week in the mountains, the trophies were two bucks, one of them was old and decrepid, when he saw the valiant hunters he laid down and gave up the ghost. t or further information ask our friend Newt. We attended, the Referm Club and was pleasantly entertained. The exercises were excellent, the young folks did exceedingly well. There were several dialogues omitted on account of some of the participants being absent, the night being stormy and waters high prevented many from attending. The next meeting will be on Sunday tho 7th inst- at 1 1 o'clock A. M, when there will be a good speaker to address the people of this place on the Prohibition question. The Plaindcalcr has fallen into a habit of making mistakes in some of its publications. One instance in printing the Secretary's report from the Looking Glass Reform Club, it gives the name of Miss Mary Denning as Sec. in stead of Alice B. Denning. Another instance it states that Mr. T. Strater died in Looking Glass Jan. 15th, at the residence of Mr. D. Gansau. The facts arc Mr. SLrater died at the residence of David Grcnot in the French Settlement on Jan. 22nd, and was hurried in Looking Glass burying ground on the 24th. The body was followed to its last resting place by a large concourse of friends 'and relativesT Mr. Strater was a young man well known throughout the county. He was cut down in the prime of life by the fell destroyer about a a year ago, he was taken with a cold which settled on his lungs and terminated in con sumption and cut off his young life on the 22nd. of Jan. Don Pedro. Syrup of Figs. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Co. San Francisco Cal. is Nature Own True Laxative. This Dleaaant liouid fruit remedy may be had of Dr S. Hamilton at fifty cents or one dollar per bottle. It is the most pleasant, prompt and effective remady known, to cleanse tne system; to act on the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels gen tly our. thoroughly; to dispel Headaches, Colds and Fevers; to cure Constipation Indigestion and kindred ills. MARRIED. CHAP1IAX. BAYMOSD. At the residence of E. Raymond the bride's parent Jan. 30th 1880 by Ber. J. W. Miller, Mr. Louis Chapman and Hiss Alma Raymond, aU of Douglas county. CBEALS.-PATRICK.-On Feb. 2nd. 1886 at the residence of John Patrick, by Bev. J. W. Miller Mr. Templeton O'Beals and Miss Alice Patrick, allot Doublas county. . WARXIXG. The undersigned respectfully requests all persons not to take any drift wood from his island or premises, nor to run drift wood there on without permission, for the reason some polite gentlemen tie wood up after it is lodged and claim it as theirs. By complying with the above we shall know whom to hold responsible. J. R.N. Eeu, MARKET REPORT' Portland. Wheat. rer ctl Flour. Standasd, per bbl. . . Beans. Small whites, per ctl. Butter. Per lb, choice Cheese. Per lb, choice Eggs. Per doz i,22(S; 125. 4. nntf A vr 2.254-50 253oc I2I5C 22C Lard. Perm...... ii(2iic Oatmeai rer ctl Corxmeal. rer ctl Cracked Wheat. Per ctl.. Buckwheat F lour Per ctl Rye Flour rer ctl Potatoes Per bu Sweet Potatoes Per lb Chickens Per doz Ducks Pe. doz $3.50 $2-75 i 4J.uu $4.00 $4.00 2030C .$2.oo3.5o . .$5.oo5.5o Geese Per doz $9l0.oo Turkeys Per lt Salt Per ton Sugar Per lb Middlings Per ton Ground Barley' Per ton... Oats Per bu ,. Hay Per ton Hoi's Per lb Ham and Bacon Per lt Dried Apples Per lb " Peaches Per lb " Tlums rertb....... " Prunes Per ft Mclasses-1? gal Brooms t? doz Grain Baggs t?ft Bkan t? ton.... Tickles f keg. Hominy f ctl Seeds Wholesale to farmers ioric $l820 7'9c $20g25 $2I23 3537c $79 7I2C 5c I2C 7c 8c 65c $2.59(26.50 5c $I2I4 ti.irVS 1 en -f - j $3-00 ctl., red clover $15; alfalfa $18; white clover $35; alsike $32; timothy, prtme $7.50; Kentucky blue grass, extra clean $15; perennial blue grass $15; red top $12; Orchard grass $18; Spices ? lt, pepcr iS(k 25c; mustard 18c: ginger 10c; cinnamon 2753C nutmeg 30c; sage 36c. Tropical F'ruits Lemons $6(5 8 case; ananas $4; cocaanuts $8; oranges $2.25(15 3 $ hundred. Roseeukg. Wheat, l? bu... 55C $1.00 5c 35c 20c 20c oc 7c 75c 40c Flour, ? sack . . Beans, 1Mb . . . Butter, lb Cheese, lb. . . Eggs, doz... Lard, ft Oatmeall? ft... Cornmcal, fc? lb. Cracked Wheat. t?ft Potatoes, $ bu . , Oats, I? bu Hay, ton $I520 Wool, ft 17c 7oc 4c 15c I2C I2C $15 $2 Ham and Bacon, ft. Dried Apples t? ft " Peaches " Plums.. " Prunes Bran, ton Chickens, t? doz liringing Gladness To millions, pleasing their palates and clen sing their System, arousing their Livers, Kid neys, Stomach and Bowels to a healthy activ ity. Such is the mission of the famous Cali fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. 50c. anil 5)1 bottles lor sale by b. Hamilton. Ttte Onlff Terfeet Memedy For habitual constipation, dyspepsia and kin dred ills, is the famous liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. It strengthens as well as clean ses the System, it is easily taken and perfectly harmless. For sale by S. Hamilton. Cure or Piles. Piles are frequently precededby a senas of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causirjg the patient to sup pose ho has affection of the kidneys or neigh bonus orcans. At times, symptoms of m digestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture, like pers piration! producing a very disagreeable itch ing, after getting warm, is 4 common attend ant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Uosanco s Pile remedy, which acts directly upon the parts effected, absorbing thi tu mors, allaying- the intense itchinp, and ef- - tecting a permanent crjre. 1'nce 5 Scents. Address, The Dr. Bosanoo Medicine Co.. Piqua, O. Sold by Dr. S. Hamilton. A. Captain's Fortunate Discovery. Capt. XToleman, schr. Weymouth, plying between Atlantic City and N. Y., had been troubled with a cough so that he was unable to sleep, and was induced to try Dr. King New Discovery for Consumption. - It not only gave him instant relief, but allayed the extreme soreness in his breast. His children were sim ilarly affected and a single dose had the same happy effect, Dr. King's New - Discovery is now the standard remedy in the Coleman household and on board the schooner. : Free Trial Bottles of this Standard Remedy at A. C. Marsters Drug Store. ' Ladles . - . jln delicate health and all who sufier from hab itual constipation will find the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs more easily taken, and more beneficial in effect than any other remedy. It acts promptly yet gently on the Bowels, Kidneys,, Liver and Stomach, and docs not sicken or debilitate. For sale by S. Hamilton. WEATHER REPORT. Roredurg, Or. Month of January, 18S0 Mean Monthly Barometer..... 30.030 Mean Monthly Temperature ......... 4 1 .2 Mean Relative Humidity 85.8 Total Rainfall . . . . . . . ... . . . ... . . . . , . . . j, 59 Mean Barometer 30.030 Highest Barometer , .30.487 Lowest Barometer. . ...... . . ; . . 4 . . 29. 123 Monthly Range of Barometer. ...... . 1,364 Mean Temperature . . . , Highest Temperature ........... Lowest Temperature . ... ....... . Monthly Range Temperature 41.2 .62.2 . 22.7 39-S Greatest Daily Range of Temp. as. Least Daily Range of Temp. ... . . , Mean Daily Range of Temp ...... Mean Daily Dew-point . 6.1 .12.9 .36.9 Mean Daily Relative 1 lumidity ....... 85.8 Prevailing Dir. of Wind South Total Movement of Wind Miles ... . 1241. ' Highest Veloc. Wind & Dir. S. W. 20 Miles, Total Precipitation 7.59 No. of Foggy Days 1. " "Clear " 4. " "Fair t2. " "Cloudy " it. No. of days Which Rain or Snow Fell 20. Dates of Lunar Halos.... .......... 13th. Dates of Frosts. . . .2d 3rd 9th 10th & 1 nh. J. J. Namry. Sergeant, Signal CorpsU.S.A. Farmer And Meekanles. ' Save money and doctor bills. Reliev your Mothers, Wives and Sisters by a timely pur chase of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lurg Syrup; best remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Bronchial affections. Relieves Children of Croup in one night, may save you hundreds of dollars. Trice 50cts. and $1.00. Sampls free. SoldSJ. Hamilton. ' On our first iage will be seen an interesting article on Allopathy being prohibited. , Whom shall we hear from next? Come to the front.