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ROSEBTJRG REVIEW
FttlDAY, AUGUST 20, 18S6.
Ia last week's issue we stated that S. . W.
Striker had gone to Egypt. We did nut mean
that far away land but Egypt in Oregon.
Water Works. How much our citizens
need water for sprinkling yards and gardens.
It would add health as well as beauty to our
city. Let us have them at an early day.
Insane. W. II. Delano, deputy sheriff of
Lane county, brought Eltas King, an insane
man, to the asylum on Friday. Theie are
now 425 patients at that institution. Stales
man. . 1 .
Elackderrif.s. Blackberries carefully
' boxed and delivered at the express office in
Salem for 20 cents per gallon. Address all
orders to A. W. Strange, Salem, Oregon, or
-apply at The Review office.
Completed. The wagon bridge across
Rotue river, at Grants Pass, has been comple
ted. This bridge was built by the appropria
tion made by the legislature at the special ses
sion. The new court house nd jail there
have also been completed.
Fire! Fire!! On the night ol the I2tb inst,
the Hubbard Creek shingle mills, Jordan &
-1 limes proprietors, with seventy-two thousand
shingles belonging to J. J. Ilimes was burned,
a total los-i. NeHnsurance. 5 Supposed to be
the work of incendiary.
War over., Peace Made. The war is
over in Europe, and the Catting case in Mexi
co is about settled, therefore peace reigns su
preme and will during this, wheat season.
Hence all farmers should sell in the best mark
ets, and at the best prices, and whenever they
get ready. V
Am putated James Ik-ari of Myrtle Creek
whose left hand has given him trouble for four
or five years caused by aneurism, had it opcr
atcd upon some few months ago, but now it is
-discovered 'that the entire hand will have to be
amputated, which will be done to-day by Drs.
Graham and Hoover.
First Jew in America. A Jewish paper
tells us that the first Jew to come to3 America
was one of Columbus's sailors. His name
was Louis deParres and his chief qualifica
tions seems to have been that he understood
all the Semitic languages. He and Eoderigo
de Gewz ware the first men Columbus sent on
shore. ,
Four Steamers. It is understood that
four new steamers are to be soon put on the
route between Yaquina and San Francisco, ol
speed to make the trip in twenty three and a
half hours. This will insure nearly all the
travel in this valley over the Yaquina route
as the ocean ' travel is so much shorter than
the route by way of Portland. I4 is also said
that the road will be slraightened so that 35
miles an hour can be made over it right along.
Visitors. "aptains Dutton and Davis
were in RoseUirg Monday with their pack
traia mineralogizing and finding out our great
natural wonders.' ; These gentlemen are doing
good work for the government and for our
people in this section. These are the men
who sounded Grater Lake recently the greatest
natural wondej in the world, except possibly
that of the gre4t Colorado chasm, which is
210 miles longj 10 miles wide and as much as
63,000 feet tlcdp.
Another Brick. Parks and Taylor (Gus)
will open out in a first-class grocery and gen
eral merchandise business just as soon as the
new brick is completed on the lot where Parks
& Son now keep. The work will all be com
plete by December if no bad luck gets in the
way. Until that time we are authorized to
say that Parks & son will sell nearly the entire
stock of first class goods now on hand at cost.
Call and get a bargain at once. We will speak
of the new firm in the near future and tell you
what we think.
Came Home. Congressman Hermann re
turned home jlast Tuesday evening. The
citizens of Koscburg would have been pleased
to have expressed their recognition of his ser
vices in Congress by a public reception, but
owing to the gloom cast over his family and
friends by the late death of his son, the friends
had to forego this honor for the present at
least. Wc take occasion to say however, that
Mr. Hermann's labors have not bcen'undcr
atel lry his constituency in Southern Oregon.
Pioneers Association. A number of cit
izens of Walla Walla have organized a pioneer
association, the jurisdiction of which embraces
all that portion of Oregon, Idaho and Wash
ington lying east of the Cascades. The mem
bership is composed of persons, male and fe
- male, who settled in the country included in
these boundary lines prior to January I, 1S63.
Persons who came between January I, 1863,
and January t, 1866, are eligible to honorary
membership and are accorded all the privileges
incident to such an organization, save those of
voting and serving on committees.
' Rich Placer Diggings. News comes
from Idaho Cjity that new and rich placer dig
gings have liecn discovered in Long valley.
The accounts of their richness is almost fabu
lous, and they are said to be equal to anything
ever discovered in the famous Boise basin.
As a result, a general stampede lroru the basin
is made to long valley. For years mining has
'been going on in a small way on the tributaries
. of the Payette and south fork of Salmon river,
in that vicinity, but the returns have not been
very large. The new diggings are said to be
on Spring creek, a tributary of the rayette.
Telegram.
Farmers Read. To the farmers and fruit
grwers of Douglas county, Oregon, why pat
ronize nurserymen from abroad, when you can
get a better variety at home. We have c ery
variety of fruit, shade, and ornamental trees,
shrubbery etc We are responsible for any
guaranty that we may make, and we will give
you trees suitable to this section and warrant
each and every tree just . as recommended.
Remember that every tree is grown in this
climate and warranted true to name. ' North
Western Nursery, located at Salem, Oregon.
T. D. Jones, Prop. .
Chase & Ford, agents, Red Front,
Roseburg Oregon.
Home Department. From many sources
it is ascertained that The Review is as wel
come a visitor to the young readers as to many
older ones. It is refreshing to know that the
purity of our columns has recommended the
- journal into so many family circles; for hardly a
day passes that many orders are not received for
The Review for new subscriliers. When our
subscription and advertising list will have so
increased that we can well afford to double the
present size of The Review, we shall be
pleased to publish "A Home Department"
weekly. Until then we shall lo the best for
our young people that our space will permit.
This week we have had written for them,
"How Assaying is done,"" which will be found
elsewhere in our columns.
LOCAL BREriTIEQJ
Brick for sale at Master's.
Times are a little more lively.
Beautiful weather for harvesting.
The street graders are doing good work.
Glassware at J. Jaskulek's bargain store.
V Fine Rogue river melons at Parks & son.
Sheridan Bros, are doing a rustling business.
Considerable building in Roseburg this year,
For your fruit boxes go to M. R. Howell's.
Subscribe for the Review, and be happy,
Let us build the road to the national park
The only genuine conqucrer cigar at J. Jnsku
lcks.
The District Institute at Ashland next
week.
Dr. Masters new brick is opproaching com
plction.
Smoke that fine imported cigar at Chase &
Ford's.
Good
I louse.
meals at all hours at the Coffee
Go to the Coffee 1 louse and get a good cup
of coffee
The finest invoice of fresh cigars at Chase
& Ford's.
The handsome show pictures attract much
attention
Ex Gov. S. F. Chadwick spent last Friday
in Roseburg.
All things being equal, you should patronize
home industry,
Old papers at The Review office for 50
cents per hundred
H. Gales killed a large couger on North
Umpqua last Monday.
The Rosfcburg" public school will open Mon
day the 6th of September.
Cole's great circus will appear in Roseburg
on Saturday Sept. 4II1, 1886.
A great many more improvements in Rose
burg this year than was anticipated. '
Hon. F. P. Hogan returned from a visit to
his brother in Montana last Tuesday.
Go to John Kennedy's Coffee House and
gel a good meal for twenty-five cents.
That Hacking Cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh s Cure, at S. Hamiltons.
Castor, Lard, Black and all other brand:
machine oils at lowest prices at Hamiltons.
"Hackmetack" a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 25 and fifty cents at S. Hamil
tons.
.Mrs. Hewitt ot san francisco is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Imbler, in this
city.
Rev. John Howard's sermon at the M. E.
chuich last Sunday evening was pointed and
telling.
J. W.Dowell has the freshest vegetables,
and most delicious water melons brought to
this market.
Mr. Imblcr's folks with a number of others
started for the seaside this week at Bandon.
Bon voyage.
Let all hands organize a joint stock com
pany, ana have water works in our city
What say you?
ShILOH's CURE will immeilialrlv relieve
C?oup Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. S.
Hamilton agent
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle
of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents
at S. Hamilton's.
Quite a number of residents formerly of Cor-
vallis, are now residents of Roseburg, and they
arc good ones too.
James Fletcher is giving his neat residenc a
hard finish and otherwise improving his prem
ises near the bridge.
Miss Etta Hoxic took the printer's veil this
week at The Review office, and began the
study of the mystic art.
Pay your subscription to the surveying party
that is pay it in at the bank or to Asher Marks,
cliairman of the committee.
Thomas Farquar's melon and vegetable de
pot is kept in the old Fitzhugh store. Try
his melons, they arc the best.
Shiloh's- Catarrh Remekv a positive
cure lor Catarrh, Diphtheria, and Canker
Mouth. S. Hamilton acent.
John Bcasly of Looking Glass brought some
excellent honey to town this week. We know
whereof we speak, we tried it.
Why Will Ycu cough when Shiloh's Cure
will give immediate relief Price 10 cts., 50
cts., and $1. at S. Hamilton's.
Twenty-five cent combs 10c, tack hammers
loc, buckskin purses ioc, bronze match safes
10c. at J. Jaskulek's'bargain store.
Fast time was made by the returning Rose-
burgers from San Francisco via Coos Bay, the
through trip being made in 58 hours.
There is more railroad construction now go
ing on in Oregon and Washington territory
than in any other section of the Union.
Dr. Shaqles of Eugene, was in Roseburg
last Tuesday. He has many friends in this
section, and they were glad to see him.
Henry Jones of Myrtle Creek had a cancer
cut from his hp last Monday by Dr. Bunnell,
and the operation was entirely successful.
On gloomy days when there is no sunshine,
a cup of Mr . Abraham's ''Sunbeam Tea" in
vigorates and stimulates the over-taxed system.
Johny Bryant at the Big Horseshoe is pre
pared to do all kinds of repairing in ieweiry
etc. etc. "Give Urn a call and turn an honest
penny. -. , - 1
Are You Made miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow skin? Shiloh's Vitalize! is a positive
cure- b. Hamilton asrent. :
West Roseburg boomelh. A new brick
yard was begun this week on the farm of A. J.
Bellows by Snooks and Jones and work will
be pushed to the last ditch. v
The North Western delegation of railroad
magnates stopped over last Wednesday eve
ning in this city. We hope their presence
omens a railroad to Coos Bay. ;
W. S. Humphrey and wife, returned from
San Francisco a few days since, well pleased
with their trip, except they felt a little nausea
about the stomach while at sea.
We tender our sympathy to R. A. Booth and
family in the loss of their little daughter Echo.
Remember that the Good Master said "suffer
little children to come unto me" &c.
Walter Jackson, that irrepressible Oregon
Traveler was in town Saturday with his
Florida Oregon cigars. Walter always repre
sents the best, therefore he gets the trade.
Burning up straw stacks and grain fields in
the Round Prairie country is quite alarming,
and it is possible there is some meanness at
the bottom of it. Better look a"leedle oud.'
The Clements Restaurant was opened last
Saturday by Mrs. John Clements one door
south of the Roseburg grocery on Jackson
street. We speak for her a liberal patronage"
1 nose nign crosswalks in trie streets are a
great nuisance which- should be abated at once
by the city council as street obstructions.
When will the people learn how to build
walks,
J. F. Porter of the Stale University, and
Charles E. Lockwood of the Eugene Registe
called at The Review office this week, and
we were pleased with the interview' that fol
lowed. - ' j '
M. R. Howell is prepared to saw wood, fur
nish fence posts, and lumber of all kinds at
the New York Lumber yard. He delivers
everything ordered as cheap as can be bought
elsewhere. ' . j
. Geo. Haynes our " townsman has returned
from a long recruiting tour to his ranch in
Southern Oregon. He looks hale and serene.
His family will not return for some weeks
yet.
'' Quite a number of boys and girls are coming
to Roseburg tluV winter j to avail themselves
of the superior school facilities that this city
now offers. The school: will be very full we
apprehend. ; ' "! v '
Henry : East on is improving his premises
about the Roseburg grocery, making thereby
his home more pleasant, and giving at the
same time more room lor his constantly in
creasing business. !
J. H. Allen brings to! Roseburg every week
on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays j the
finest salmon ever brought to this market.
Our citizens are patronizing tin's enterprise in
a way that is satisfactory to all.
Our Dept. P. M. did not get sick at all, go
ing nor coming from San Francisco. A gov
eminent officer is invulnerable anyway, they
neither get sick, die, nor resign, and we do not
blame them for not doing either.
Hon. E. C , I Hall andi lad. o! Bucna Vista,
are visiting with the family of conductor Kear
ney of this place Mr. Hall expresses himself
as delighted with the productions and general
appearance of this part of the country, I
The Indians of North Umpqua this week
move to Cap Illihe where they expect to find
better hunting and fishing during the present
season. They know the habitat of wild ani
mals better than a majority of pale faces do
Young, old and middle aged, all experience
the wonderful beneficial effects of Ayer'sSar
saparilla. Young children, suffering from sore
eyes, sore ears, scald-head, or with any scrofu
lous or syphilitic taint, may be made healthy
and Strong by its use. ;
Mrs. Hodson, a very aged lady died last
Wednesday niyht in this city near the Rose
burg mills.- This Christian lady has fought
a good fight, and kept the faith, hence her
triumphant death. V c shall ' have more to
say of her in the future, j
Don't fill the system with quinine in the ef
fort to prevent or cure Fever and Ague. Ayer's
Ague Cure is a more potent remedy, and it
leaves in the body no poisons to produce dizzi
ness, deafness, headache, or other disorders,
the proprietors warrant it.
Charles Fletcher who has been in California
some four or five months returned on a visit to
Roseburg'a few days since, and many are glad
to see him. Mr. F. speaks of returning to our
sister state in a few ' weeks. Charles is doing
well, something he does wherever he goes.
President Tilden's princely bequest of two-
thirds of his immense fortune will prove as en
during a monunwnt to his name as could be
devised. , The great man was far sighted even
in contemplating the survival of his reputation
after he ho longer could guide it personally.
"The appointment of Gen. Thos. G. Reames
as postal inspector of j Oregon, is one that
reflects credit upon the administration and on
the party. Mr. Reames resides in southern
Oregon, is"an old and respected citizen and
well qualified for the position and a Democrat.
Ex.-. - '
At the next regular meeting of the county
court of Linn county the question of raising
the school superintendent's salary will be taken
into consideration. Since the Supt. has to
devote his entire time j to the duties of the
office, it is but right that he should be proper
ly paid. . j
Mr. Albert Talker's Iplace at Rice Hill,
Aug. 15, was entirely destroyed by fire on
Wednesday last. The neighbors saved his
house and barn, but it burned clean every
thing else. Mr. Parker has the sympathy of
the whole community, The fire originated
from burning trees. !
The roofs of "all our houses should be pain
ted. It is security against fire, it gives dura
bility one third at least! and adds beauty with
al. A house with the iooi hot painted, resem
bles a man standing bjj the street, or on the
hill without a hat on. j Faint the roofs of your
houses by all means.
Pennoyer since his ejection as Governor has
shown a weakness for picnics, and the people
can rest assured that he will keep it up, and
have a regular picnic investigating the various
and multifarious jobs and steals, like the fish
ladder, swamp land, etc., during the coming
session of the legislature.
Last week while Messrs Rogers, and Gates
of tills city, and Barker and Britt of North
Umpqua were hunting; they killed a large cou
ger which, it is reported, weighed about 200
pounds. The supposed male of the deceased
was killed a few months ago and it is lelicved
that the North Umpqua in that region is rid of
panthers for the present
There is bad news for defaulters and dynam
iters. A New treaty if extradition bctwccn-1
the United States andj Great Britiasi has been
negotiated, and will soon be sent to the sen
ate. By the terms of this treaty Great Britian
is to surrender our defaulters who rush off to
Canada, and we are to surrender the dynam
iters who commit outrages in the Britsh domin
ions. This will be equitable all round. But
defaulting and dynamiting will -be such pleas -sant
pastimes. i -.
Tames A. Card well the Bronze monument
man has just come . to-: Roseburg from the
French . Settlement cemetery where he has
erected a fine monument over the crave oi
Uude Hart Woodruff an old Mexican soldier.
This piece of bronze work is pronounced by
all who have seen it as being the most appro
priate in design, and beauty of finish of any'
thing yet produced. jThis work gives entire
satisfaction to all whose mournful pleasure it
was to perpetuate the memory of the old hero.
Will our Republican friends, who have so
much to say about what congress did or did
not, please remember that the senate was
largely Republican anil acted very affectively
as a check on both the house and president,
and that whatever shortcomings there are, they
must take a full share. The Democracy of
this Country can nevey carry out the reforms
demanded until both branches of congress and
the executive department are placed in its
hands. If there hasj been an eight month's
useless session, the Republican senate n re
sponsible for it. Weekly Varld.
, "The entire legal talent ol the interior de
partment has been demoting most Ol its ener
gies for the last two j or three weeks to the
solution of the complicated question arising
out of the swamp land controversy in Oregon,
California and other western states. Three
hundred thousand acres are involved in this
controversy. : Two special agents, one ap
pointed by the government and one by the
state of Oregon, reported that 90,000 acres in
that state alone, and 48,000 acres that Oregon
claimed, was returned as dry land and as be
long to the government, "Harney Items,
GONQUERORJCOLE GOING
SOME STRIKING CIRCUS INNOVATIONS!
REALHIPPODrM CARNIVAL
AND . - -
DR. W- F-: CARVER'S
Famous "Wild West"
Approaching events arc said to cast shadows
before, and such at least appears to be the case
with the ferthcominz visit of W. W, Cole's
New Colossal Shows, which exhibit here Sat
urday Sept. 4th. Probably the approach of
no other tented exhibition has ever attracted
such widespread interest in this vicinity as have
the announcements qf this engagement. In
short, the idea is prevalent that Manager Cole
has completely outdone all of his previous great
efforts, and some strikingly novel innovations
can be anticipated. Fully alive to the require
ments of the times, and with a determined
purpose to present attractions that have never
had a counterpart in this country, Mr.; Cole,
immediately on the close of his season last No
vember, dispatched a number of trusty agents
to Europe in quest of novelties, giving them
carte blanche to pay any price, providing the
feature possessed sufficient merit and had nev
er been seen in the United States. The re
sult has been that Manager Cole has collected
the most brilliant group of circus stars that
have ever graced the arenas of Europe! Not
only is Mri Cole's personnel of performers rich
in celebrities from the old world, but the most
daring and noted of American artists likewise
disport themselves under his imposing tents,
The menagerie department has not been neg'
lected in this general burnishing up process,
Eyery Cunard steamer that arrived in New
York during the months of February and
March brought inportant acquisitions for the
zoological collection.! Prominent among the
cading features of the show is a sumptuous
revival of the hippodrome sports of ancient
Greece and Rome, and which is said to be the
most signal reproduction of classic racing car
nivals of contemporaneous times. Exciting
struggles between a $30,000 stud of English
and American thoroughbreds take place at
every performance on the enormous bippor
drome track. This race course is also brought
into requisition for the presentation of a scries
of Irontier scenes by Dr. W. F. Carver s un
rivaled "Wild West" combination, comprising
100 scouts, cowboys, Indians and Mexican
vanqueros. That Manaj-cr Cole will play to
the capacity of his tents in this city can be set
down as a certainty. I
. vraxd offer.
Given away! A premium thai is a pre
mium. This announcement is of interest to
every American citizen the most magnani
mous offer ever made by any newspaper. The
New York World, the greatest newspaper on
this continent. . Circulation over 1,300,000
copies a week. Presents free to every yearly
subscriber to its weekly edition (price $1.00
per year,) its I Iistory of the - United States,
bound in leatherette tree calf, gilt,' and con
taining twenty-two fine ; engravings. This
dainty book of 320 1 2 mo pages is indispensa
ble to every one as a work of quick and con
venient reierencc. It is printed on good pa
per, with wide margins, and is a prize for a
bibliophile. If preferred, the history will be
sent by mail at the subscriber's risk, -when
ten cents extra is forwarded to prepay pos
tage. Clubs will find the express cheaper
and single subscribers the mail. Subscrip
tions taken at The Review office.
-I Jtrpli. -Ed.
Review: Mr. Chenowcth who was
appointed to the Postmastership of Oakland
by the present administration has thought fit
through the columns of the Republican organ
to take exception to certain remarks of your
Oakland correspondent, which appeared in
The Review of the !30th ult. Mr. C. tells
us that he holds his present position unsolicited
by himself which explanation is getting to be
rather old. Will he kindly inform his Dem
ocratic fnends how he did manatee to cet it.
If it was on account of his extreme loyalty to
to the Democratic party or was it because
there was no one else n this precinct who
was capable of personally attending to the
duties connected with the office. Mr. C. must
surely feel that he has forfeited his position,
even if he ever had any claim to it. In the
first place; he has denounced the party that
appointed him. Secondly; by appointing as
his deputy, a man whose antagonism toward
the Democratic party is not excelled by any
for partisanship. Mr. C. has openly insulted
the Democrats, and lastly; Mr. Chenowcth
has used his position for electioneering pur
poses, by publicly distributing Third party
tickets at the Post office on election day,
which is contrary to the laws and regulations
of the Post office Dept., and this alone is suffi
cient cause for his removal.
i Yours Rcsixjclfully, '
. ' "Democrat." .
Oakland, Or., Aug. 1 nh, 1886.
Something About Fruit. .'.'' .
Fruit trees must be properly cultivated.
Wc are assured that we have the soil nod cli
mate for almost every variety of fruit adapted
to the temperate zones. As a rule trees are
crowded too much, so much so that many or
chards are unprofitable. Some men who
have large farms crowd their trees most on
their lands but not in their pockets. Some
times when their -wives prevail upon them to
buy only one, a precious one, they plant it in
a fense corner or in the hard beaten yard and
afterwards say they were swindled. ..The
prunes from about,; 500 trees on John W.
Weaver's farm last year after being dried
brought more money than two hundred acres
in grain. Think of it, and then can you tell
me that W. C Evans swindled you! Why,
if so you would crucify'your Savior. It seems
that the highest crime a man can be guilty of
here is enterprise and progress. There are
farmers who are abject slaves to their creditors
could be out of debt now if they had planted
large prune orchards lour years ago and 'at
tended to them, their products would now be
floating upon the ocean of commerce. ; The
only earthly hope for such farmers is to make
speedy sales of land and chatties and . redeem
themselves from their intricate situation and
be content with small farms, independence,
peace, plenty and a clear conscience; but they
won't do U "Verily, Verily the way of the
transgressor is hard." - LC II.
Is Your Liver out of Order.
Then is your whole system deranged the
blood is impure, the breath offensi ve, you have
headache, feel languid, dispirited and nervous,
no appetite, sleep is troubled and unrefrcshing.
To preverit a more ' serious condition, take at
once Simmons Liver Regulator it will soon
restore thehealthy action of the liver, bowels,
and kidneys.
XH; WA f OX It OAIt TO "dtA TER
t LAKE.
Mttai Mcetliff of the Cittzrna of Don'jlam
j County. r
Pursuant to a call from Hon. Asher Marks,
chairman of committee, on building a: wagon
road fpora Roseburg across the Cascade moun
tains to Crater lake, a large number of the
progressive and intelligent men of Douglas
connti assembled at the court house last Sat
urdays lion. W. F. Owens was made chair
man of the meeting. , The design of this meet
ing ws to consider the report of the engineer
in charge of the party who surveyed 'the pro
posed route and to devise ways and means by
which' the wagon road from Roseburg to Cra
ter lake could be built as speedily as possible.
The meeting was an enthusiastic one and many
plans 'were suggested. V In was finally resol ved,
on motion of J. R, N. Bell, that a committee
of, Severn, J be appointed by the chairman, to
draw tap and at once circulate a petition to
the County Court to locate a county road as
per sUrvey of Mr. Arrington. The committee
appointed were J. R. N. Bell, C. Ball, R. B.
DixontA. Marks,' Al. Engeles, W. F. Benjamin-
and W. F. Owens. This committee
will present "their petition at an adjourned
meeting to be held in the court house next
Saturday, and steps will then be taken to cir
culate said petition and to further consider
the project. It is hoped that all who arc in
terestpd in the development of Douglas county,
the fairest spot of Oregon, will attend. Let
the energy now. lying dormant be developed.
There is sufficient latent power in Douglas
county which, permitted to show itself, would
far eclipse that of all the other counties of the
state. The new road now being projected'"
whchjcompleted will be of incalcuable value to
one and all of Douglas county. Citizens turn
out eji-masse at the meeting next Saturday.
Now is the time for action. The following
from jthe chief engineer J. M. Arrington, who
surveyed the proposed route explains itself:
"In regard to the proposed road to Crater
lake and as feasibility and cost of constructing
roads arc generally considered by comparison,
permiUne to say that on one mile of the Coos
Bay wagon road there was more down timber
than on the whole line of the proposed road to
Crater lake. : The sides of the mountains are
stcepet on the Coos Bay wagon toad by sever
al degrees, the canyons narrower requiring
deeper cutmg, thereby giving greater cause for
land slides, than on the proposed road to Cra
ter hke.' The road to Coos Bay is in a clay
bed a portion of the way, requiring planking
or cross laying of limber, which the road to
Crater lake would not. You will also find
that j in winters snow falls on the Cascades
while there are heavy, dashing rains on the
Coast range of mountains, which causes great
washouts." Paled Aug. nth, 1886.
f I. B. S. Pagce,
j Sec. of meeting.
DISPATCHES.
Thai fh
Artuinff for a
'America, ;
War With
Chicago, Aug. 17. A report which
reached., here yesterday is that the Chinese
Government is increasing its armament in
great: haste, and has ordered 200.000 rifles
from jEngland.- This is looked upon with no
small degree of suspicion. It is interpreted
to mean that the Chinese Government nm-
poses to i jake advantage of the opportunity
while the United' States is on the verge of a
crisisj wtb Mexico; o force the Government
through 'American7 interests in China, to pay
the Cliini&s vcminciit $140,000, as pro
posed bt'the fast Coneress; as indemnify f.,r
depredations inflicted on the Chinese at Rock
C!..: 'ft.' -
fK' v; . "s v-mnese uovernmcnt at one
time 'made a peremptory demand for rcmuner.
ation; growing out of the tragedy, which by
tne laiiurc ot the passage of the bill, was never
granted.' The fact that such great haste is
manifested in obtaining a supply of arms for
China, seems strongly to favor the theory of a
possible warfare upon Americans and Amer
ican interests in that country, with view to
bringing cbout a recognition from the Govern
ment of this demand. "-.'.:
j -'So Convention This Year.
NEW York, Aug. 17. At its mectim to
day he Republican State Committee discussed
the question of a State Convention this year.
Theijc is fenly a judge of the Court of Appeals
to bej elected on a State ticket this fall, and it
is usual for that nomination to be mad,, nn
suchj occasions by, the State Committees, but
a convention would give the anti-saloon people
chince to have a plank according to their
doctrines put into the Republican platform,
and they tried hard to have the committee
order a convention for this purpose. General
Conway and others spoke for a convention.
a convention was defeated by a vote of 18 ty 9.
j Lake Shore Train Wrecked!.
Chicago,- Aug. 17, Lake Shore & Rock
Island officials report that four atlcmiis were
made to wreck trains in their yard last night.
Itic.engme on the Omaha express was disa
b!ed and signal lights in the rear of the thca
ter tjrain were turned for the purpose of causing
other trains to crash into it. Some unknown
persons burned the switch and derailed the
engine and ' three cars of the Lake Shore
freight train . Two discharged switchmen
are under arrest. The police this afternoon
found a gas pipe bomb on the Lake Shore
track at South Chicago. . .
' ; j V The, President's .Vacation.
-.vfAsniiGipj;'Aug..' 15 The President
will leave Washington to-morrow for a month's
vacation frv he Adirondack, in Northern
New York. He will lie accompanied by Mrs.
Cleveland and her mother, Mrs. Folsom. No
mail will be forwarded or opened by him dur
ing Lis absence. Any public business requir
ing j his immediate consideration will be
brought to his attention by cabinet officers.
San Fka.ncisco, Aug. 17. The City
Council of Oakland last night passed an or
dinance making it a misdemeanor for boys
under 16 to smoke cigars in public places.
Another ordinance was passed which requires
the !"curfew" to be rung every nirht.
Wilbur Items.
Mrs. B. J. Grubbe went to Salem last Mon
day to visil.her daughter, Mrs. A. W. Strange.
Dr. Wm. Kuykcndall and wife of Drain
were in Wilbur list Sunday. ' .
.nr. lxwmis has commenced preparations
forvuiMing ft residence.
V uev. F. G. Strange of ' Seattle spent the
week here visiting liis parents. He returned
Saturday to Eugene where he will occupy the
rrcsuyienan pulpit. 1 1. S.. Strange will ac
company him goingas far as Brownsville.
LiUlc Echo, daughter of R. A. Booth of
Drain died irk Garden valley last Friday after
a Ijrief illness and was hurried Sunday. The
lunerai services were conducted by Kev,
Gittens assisted by Rev. Jones.; The sym
pathies of the entire neighborhood are with
kMr. and Mrs. Booth in this sad bereavement.
i . ' - ' ' : ... X,X X
1 ; CASARALTAX'S LETTER.
The warm weather seems to have an ener
vating effect upon everyone ia our part of Ore
gon, and I suppose the same is true in Rose
burg. - Even the steam whistles at factory,
mill and machine shops, seem to pervade the
atmosphere with a languid melody. You must
not imagine however, that we are all swinging
in slumberous hammocks, in the cool shade,
dreaming the idle hours away, for we are not.
Everybody (except myself) is very busy, and
our town is still active and growing, J. W.
Howard, one of our leading merchants, is just
completing a fine brick store, the second story
of which will be owned and used by the Ma
sonic orderas a lodge room. .
The directors of the academy will push rap
idly the building of a large two story addition
to our present school facilities.' The teachers
elected for the ensuing year are as follows:
Principal, Henry L. Benson; first assistant,
Chas. Carey; second assistant, Mrs. '"II. L.
Benson. A large attendance from all parts of
southern Oregon is expected.
; The mill and sash factory are still running
on full time, turning oul a great deal of work.
The Court house is being plastered and will
soon be ready for ?occu(aliou. : .
The new bridge; across Rogue river is now
complete and open to the public, and the peo
ple of our county are justly proud of it. Asim
ilar bridge is now building across Applcgate
creek, twelve miles from Grants Pass.
. The District Teachers' Institute begins on
the 24th inst, at Ashland. ' A first class session
is anticipated.. The writer of this letter hum
bly expresses the hope that Bro. Bell will be
present to make it a success.
In my next letter, I shall tell you something
about the mines ot Toscphinc county. I would
do so now, but have not yet collected sufficient
reliable data ' J Casaraltan.
liver Creek fallry Jtema.
Weather extremely hot.
Harvesting about all done.
Quality of wheat good but yield light
George Singleton is the boss stacker of
ncatleU gram on Deer Creek.
Some good prospects in rock found rccentlv
in the vicinity of Bucks peak.
Mr. Marcus Whitsctt from Eueene citv is
visiting relatives and friends here just now.
Singleton & Dixon's header cut thirty-eight
acres of grain this week in a little less than a
day and a half. Henry Singleton as at the
helm.
W. B. Singleton, has just completed one
of the finest and best granaries in Douglas Co.
W. B. works on the principle, that, what is
worth doinc at all is worth doing well.
Mr. Sam. Dodson's wife, presented him
with a bouncing baby girl a few days ago.
Weight eight pounds. Mother and child
doing well, but Sammy looks bad and says
"more hay and oats,"
;'- S. B.
1'anh-es Hoodie liana.
The Yankee Doodles left on Sunday morn
ing for Roseburg, taking with them the good
wishes of our people on the bay. The enter
tainment on Friday evening was thoroughly
enjoyed by a large audience. The music was
most excellent and was highly appreciated,
and the minstrel performance was in good
taste and very amusing. There was no attempt
at the absurd caricature of the negro race, so
common in minstrel shows, and the low ob
scene allusion and jokes, which are the stock
in trade of many traveling troupes, were en
tirely absent. This speaks volumes for the
boys and entitles them to the respect of all
descent people. The party on Saturday night
was well attended and was composed almost
entirely of young people, and nice young peo
ple. The hall never looked brighter than
when filled with merry dancers all in the joy ot
life's morning. Coast Mail,
Card of Thanks.
Ed. Review: Please allow me space in.
your valuable paper to express my thanks and
tlial of my family for the kindness manifested
during the two months that I have been dis
abled and especially for the liberal donation
made up as a surprise on the 12th, consisting
of a purse well filled w ith coin, presented by
Hon. D, W. Stearns, Dr. C. P. Devorc, Dr.
rage and Dimmick, A, C. Young and many
others who so liberally contributed, we thank
you for your kindness and sympathy. "A
friend in need is a. friend indeed.
S. K. Raymond.
Oakland, Ok,, Aug. 15th, 1886.
A naturalist who arrived in Portland yes
terday, had a rare and beautiful snake, which
he had captuicd alive and at a considerable
expense. At the depot the snake escaped
from the box it Mas imprisoned in, and was
killed by those who were in that vicinity.
The naturalist now threatens to sue those
who killed his lengthy pet. lie says he
would not have taken $200 for the rcplilc.
News. ; . . ' '
NOTICE
The undersigned warns all persons to keep
off his, (the Lchhcrr place) at all times. A
lolation ol this notice will incur the penalties
of the law without fear or favor.
Henry Miller.
Z70TJCE
Is hei'iiby given that I have bold uiy
drug business to my son W, S. Hamil
ton. All accounts due me must bo
settled at once bv cash or note.
S. Hamilton.
Roseburg, Or Augast 13, 1886.
-H OTIC22
To all whom it may concern, my
wife having left tny bed and board
without cause or provocation I hereby
warn all persons not to trust her as I
will hot be. respoimble for any debts
contracted by her. .
! F. Corxutt.
All parents or guardians will be hvkl resixm-
siblc for their boys who go bathing and ex
pose their persons on my premises on West
side of the rivet;. Now take due notice.
j J. R. N. Bell.
Correspondents must always avoid all per
sonal references in their locality calculated to
aggrieve anyone, for the reason the paper is
held responsible lor the sayings of its corres
pendents, and tthe paper is injured thereby
and no good accomplished. If there is any
thing to be said, say it in a proper and direct
way, and not b inuendo, and then the party
can make an honorable reply and that settles
the matter. Always sign your own name, and
nondeplume if you like, and for which you
will be responsible upon inquiry, and all will
be well. This refers to no one ia particular,
but everybody in geoetal. . -
W. W. COLE, THE UNMATCHED INNOVATOR! j
THE ICOmCCIAST CFTH'A.'.'USEr.'EIir KtAlt.l'
' ' AND THE- -
Sreatop Newest Forms
Crowned and Sceptcrcd With a Pojuilni ity j
as Wide as tlio UiilvtirNoI I
Cole'S New . Colossal Shows
APl'EAU IX ALLTHEIK VAST ENTIRETY, RA1.V OR SltlNE, AT
Roseburg, Saturday September 4th.
NOTE. The Arrangcrhenls of the American Showmen's Tooled League will Prevent any
other Circus from visiting ROSEBURG this season.
BIGGER, BETTER, RICHER AND GRANDE
THAN EVER -..,":'. .; .;t;.;v-.; .W.
Champion Eiders, Acrobat, VauHcre, Contortionists,
wrestle .n, Gladiators, Jugglers and Uijrh-H ire Performers from every Anted Circus ami
Amphitheatre of Europe Imposing Conjrresa o Celebrated Russian Bicyclitts Unicjc isl s and
Ilullci Skatori-r MatchlcM Collection of Strange Curios from the land of the Uontc-umaE
. - The Tallest Giants, the Smallest Dwarfs, Hot Phantom-like of Living Skeleton-, and
the most Mysterious of other Human Phenomena Unrivaled School of Educated Ele
phant Noble St-JUout Clown Elcphivot. Poie, G(.ats,"Doiikcvs, and Zebras-In -vincible
Arabian Athletes, and Japanese Juglera and Wrestlers SO Cages of
Earth's Rarest Zoological Wealth Natures Most Capricious Production. A
Two-IIcadod Cow Reproduction of the Roman Hippodrome Vividly
ReaJiidic Representations of Life in Mexico and the "Wild West,"
. . ; . Introduciuz Dr. W. F, Carver, "Evil8pirit of the Plaine,"
and 100 touted Scouts, Cowboys, Indians and Vaqaero. ! " " "T - .
witt
?-Y " - 1
w 1 ..fifim ;r; r; -i'-r-r- - '- ttTtv - Tun-' i i
Positively Your Last Opportunities to seethe Wizard Rifleman,
DR. W. F. CARVER, and His Great WILD WEST..
100 Western Celebrities hi Startling Pictures of Frontier Life! Realistic iu Every Detail !
CARVER COMES NO MORE EUROPE CLAIMS HIM NEXT YEAR! '
STUPENDOUS REVIVAL - - HIPPODROME CARNIVALS
OF ANCIENT GREECE AND ROME!
'llcroic, Soul-Stirring J A FAMOUS ENGLISH THOROUGHBREDS. ' '
Struggles Between -iU UNCOXQUERED BLUE-GRASS FLYERS.
MINUTES OF niRCUS WITH
INUTES OF JIRCUS, WITH
30
30
MINUTES OF mHEATRE
INUTES OF lHEATRE-
Mi?
INUTES
OF TJIPODROME
OF JJ.IPODROME
INUTES
30
30
MINUTES OF
INUTES OF
ii
1 I
M
ii u i w ru - inn j-taatJi - un rooo marvelous
.INUTES FOR THE MUSEUM, Animate and Inanimate Curios.
-a-r-r r,-r ,viM TITP "
:agerif.
TTniT nv- fnTin
llOURS OF OOLID ; iJNAPROACHABLE TiNTERTAINMENT.
SAMPSON, The Tallest And Heaviest
1 - Times the Host Majpiifleent, Spectacular Street Parade Ever Seen in Anv Ai-e Coutitn
1U l'asain iu Grand tteview Iiefore Cheering Multitudes at 10 A. M.Dnilv.
ADMISSION COMBLXEpS& TUO WS, SI ,00 xTne Xws If Age,
RESERVED CUSHIONED OPERA CHAIRS
'TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILY. DOORS OPEN AT I AND 7 P. M. -PERFORMANCES
BEGIN AN HOUR LATER.
A Mystery.
How the human system ever recovers from
the ljad effects of the nauseous medicines often
literally poured into it for tlio suppositive
relief of dyspesia, liver complaints, constipa
tion, rheumatism and other ailments, is a
mystery. The mischief done by bad medi
cines is scarcely less than that caused by dis
ease. If they who are weak, bilious, dyspep
tic, constipated or rheumatic, would oftener
be guided by the experience of invalids who
have thoroughly tested J Inciter's Stomach
Bitters, they would in every instance obtain
the speediest aid derivable from rational
medication. This medicine is a searching and
at tha same time a- thoroughly safe remedy,
derived from vegetable sources, and possess
ing in consequence of its basis of pure spirits,
properties as a medical stimuleht not to be
found in the fiery local bitters and slimualnts
oftcn resorted to by the debilitated, dyspeptic
and languid. - . ' -
:. To All Whom U May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that an application
for the pardon of Joseph -. Russell convicted
of the crime of manslaughter at the May 1SS4
term of tne Circuit Court ot Uouclas county
will be presented to His Excellency Governor
Moody on Tuesday, the 26th day of October,
iao. .: WM. KUSSELU
Tuly ia, 1886.
A Captain's Fortunate Discovery.
Capt. Coleman, 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. Kintt'
New Discovery lor "Consumption. It not only
gave him instant relict, but allayed the extreme
soreness in his breast. His children were sim
ilarly affected and a single dose had the same
nappy encct. Dr. King s lew Discovery is
now the standard remedy in the Coleman
household and on board the schooner.
Free Trial Bottles of this Standard Remedy
A. C. Marsters Drue Store. ' ;
WIVES! MOTHERS! DAUGHTERS:
Bi Vol a Ows Piir-iicux! A UuSj who for years uf
fcrcd torment worse than death from Uterine iron
btes, Prolapsus, Leuc-wrlioea, Suppression, Ac. to
Common among our Wire, Mothers and Daughters
aud had despaired of bcins- cured, fiiialjr foand rem
edlcs which completely cured her after ail else bad
ailed. Any lady eaa use the remedies and cure
herself, without bcinj subjected to a niodiua exam
iiiation. From jratitude she will send raec, Recipe
and full directions sealed Address (with stamp) Mrs
W. C. Holmes, (US Broadway, New Vor 1 - ,
wild Cherry and Tar-
Every body knows the virtues of Wild
Cherry and Tar as a relief and core for any
effections of the Throat and Lanes, combined
with these two ingredients an a few: simple
healing remedies in the composition of Vt
Bosanco's Cough and Lruis Syrup making it
just the article yon should always have in
the bouse, for Coughs, Colds, Croup and
Bonchitia. rnce 0U cents sad $1,00.
Samples free. Soldby S, Hamilton,
o'renfc EnterUfnnVt?
Jlid-Air Meteors, Ctrouji .Mcn, iioxcrs, Fcuctrs,
ji 'V"cr-j-7jj
- .
- K - ; : '
7t i'5
200 If ETEORIC
200 METEORIC
Perform i:rs
erformers.
OPECIALISTS''
-50 4CTORS
-50 Actors
AND
AND
kJPECIA
ALISTS.
ft
ACES v With Professional lockevs
ACES. and Forty Thoroughbreds.
WILD WEST With Dr. Carver and 100 Scouts,
I mi- iiiuji . w iui ui. K.aiKi anu l'JU ocou
ILD ff EST, Cowboys, Indians and Vaqucros.
"-TTtTT Vl-2.t -
Gathering since Noah's Day.
TTNArRO AC II ABLE tlNTERTAINMF.NT
Elephant This Side The Orientl '
AT THE USUAL SLIGHT ADVANCE.
..MARKET REPORT.
Roseburg Market.
Wheat, tfbu!... ....... ...
Flour, tfiack.V...
Beans, lt. ........... i .
Butter, ?n..
Cheese, ? Ib...........:
Eggs, ? doz....
Lard, tb..... ..............
Oatmeal ib .
Cornmcal, f.Ib.
Cracked Wheat. V tb ..... .... .
Potatoes, t bu. . .
Oats,' $ bu ..... . . . . ; ..........
Hay, $ ton.... ............. ..,
Wool, t? lb............;..
Ham and Bacon, lb.
Dried Apples ? Ib. . . .
" Peaches...
" Plums .................
" Prunes...
Bran, I" ton....
Chickens, f dot .;.
$1.00
Sc
25c
20c
2C
&
7c
75c
40c
$759 '
2rc
79c
4
7c
" 7c
$15
$2.50
Syrup of Fly s.
Manufactured only by the C-.Ufomi.-i Fig
Syrup Co. San Francisco Cal. is Nature
Own True Laxative. This pleasant liquid
fruit remedy may be had of lr S. Hamil tou
at fifty cents or one dollar per bottle. It is
the most pleasant, prompt and effective
remadv known, to cleanse tn svstcm: to
act on the Liver, Kidneys and .Bowels pen
ny uui murougiuy-. 10 uispct Headaches,
Colds and Fevers; to cure Conatipatioa
Indigestion and kindred il-s.
' Cnrejor File.
Rles are frequently preced jJby a senas
of weight in the back, loins aid lower part
of the abdomerr, causing the pt tietit to sup
pose he has affection of the kiducya or neigh,
boring organs. At times, eyrr ptoma of in
digestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
of the stomach, etc. A moistn re, 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 it jhinR, and ef
fecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents.
Address, The Dr. Bosanoo Medicine Co.,
Piqua, O. Sold by Dr. S. Hamilton.
. Hard Times
While money is close, wages and prices Ujw,
expenses should be cut down in every house
hold. Economy the watch word for Motliers,
head off Doctor' '-ills, by always keeping in
the house, a. bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Cough
and Lung Syrup. Stops a Cough instantly,
relieves Consumption, cures Croup and pain
in the Chest in one night." It ii just the rem
edy for hard times. Price 50CLS,- and $1.00.
Samples free. Sold by S. Han.il ton.
Its Ddlency of Flacer.
And the efficacy of its acttion have rendered
the famous California liquid fru: t remedy, Syr
up of figs, immensely popular. " It cleanses and
tones np the clogged and feveri-h system, and,
dispels Headaches. Colds and Fevers, for sale
by S. Hamilton,
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