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R ORWRTTRG REVIEW , JLV J " FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1886. A. O. U. W. ROSEBURG LODGE No. 16. meets the second and foorth Mondays of each month at 7.80 P. M. in the Odd Fellow Hall. - Members in good standing are inriled to attend. E. O. Hpsh, T. Ford, . rmancier. . Becorvlcr. O. E. S. CHAPTEK Ho. 1. ASHLAND OREUON, Kertiiar meetings 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. . All mem bers in good standing are cordially invited to attend. M s. Anna Carter, W.'M. W. H. Atklnsou W. P. MISS ANNA ANDERSON, Secretary. PH1LETABIAN LODGE, No. 8 , 1. O. O. r., meet on Saturday eveniiisr of Mirk wecV at 7 o'clock, in their hall at Koseburar Members Jthe order in good standing arc invited to attend. Bt order of the S. O. UNION ENCAMPMENT, No. 9, t O. O. F., meets at Odd Fellows' Hall on the first and third Thorsdaysof each month. Visiting brethren invited to attend. A. C.Maeks, C. P. E. (1. llt usn. Scribe LAUKEt LODGE A. F. M. WILL HOLD ;t full mnnr. G. A. B RATI I. W- M. 0, g ill fcVU - " - J " J. P. Dbscas, Sec ' nCJiPiUA CUAPTER, Nc 11, F. A. M., hold '. their regular coram uui jitions every first nd third Tuesday in each month. All Kft members In good standing will take d tic and timely notice and govern themselves accordingly "'visiting companions are Invited to meet with the hancl when convenient. S. P. Busman. P. W. !. FaiBuSDS, Soi'w. Wood Wanted Two foot wood and stove .. wtxn wanted at The REViEW.officc on Sub scriptmn. Bring in your wood, and do not Reduced Rates. The Oregon & Califor nia railroad has; reduced the fare from Rose burg to Fair grounds at Salem to $7, 10 round trip. Tickets good from Sept. II th to Sept, 20th, All aboard lor the Fair grounds. As Address. Hon. C. A. Schlbrcde of Oakland, will address thj; Reform Club next Tuesday evening.- We speak in advance for Mr. Sehlbrede a large iudience. Now Bro, S. give us the best you have in jour shop. Library. The meeting of the library directors and committee on selection of books and periodicals at the Plaindealcr office last Monday evening led us to hope that a public. i circulating library in Roseburg was a fixed fact.: ". . .' Change.- J. E. Houston has resigned the othce of grand secretary, I. O. G. T., and Fruf, W . S. James lias been, appointed to the position. Mr. Houston, who has been rcsid ing at Ashland, lias gone to California with his family. . I Dental Work. Have vou anv old teeih that wont fit, any teeth lhat needs fiilling, or teeth extracted and a plate put in the next day? Our ilentjet, Dr.- Davis, in Roseburg is the one to do it, cheaper and we guarantee as good as in Portland. EmcoPAb Visit. On Sunday, Sept. 19th, Most Rev. W. II. Gross, Roman Cath. Arch bishop of Oregon, will hold Divine Sen ice at the Catholic Church of this place, at which occasion hewill also administer the Sacrament of Confinaation. Tkees! Trees!! TaEEs!:!-CalI at Chase & Ford's red front and txamine the splendid variety of silver prunes rused on trees which they have for sale. The fanners of Douglas county will study their own interest by buying their fruit trees of this enterprising firm. The Fair. Let everybody turn out to the fair to be held in Olalla to-day and to morrow week. Douglas county ought to shake off the dead weight "of lethargy, and not only imitate, but excel Lane - county in such an enterprsie. Much good can come of such an undertaking Tb Ait Whom it May Concern. I hereby give notice thajt I have given my mi nor son Robert Z. Hajr tin his time and allow him in his own naraeto make contracts, agree ments and other citizens rights, the same as if he were of lawfurage, and that I will not be held responsible for any contracts or agree ments he shall hereafter make. J. H. Hartin. $285,00 Lost.- O. L. Willis sent from Ia5qm1HL C-lass to Roseburg by his boy ten years old in greenback to J. F. Bar ker Ins partndt kst Monday, and on the the ay the bov 1 ll the enlre amount. One half of the money ai33 offered at one time by Mr. Barker as a rc-f -ara, but to this time the greene backs have no Put 'n an appearance. This is lots of monet to lose these hard times. A Goon j THOUGHT. Theie is a cause for ivtKininc. It is a well known fact that oil upon the surface of the ocean will calm the raging billow but we have not as yet been in formed by others why it is so. So we will venture to give a reason. It is because the oil forms a surface over the water which the atmosphere presses against equally which is aoout 14 lbs to the squaw inch. If the oil of human kindness is applied as.an emolient to many disaffected persons it wttt have a ten dency to pacify them, and keep out the cold chill of ingratitude. L. C. Catalogue. We have received a copy of the very neat, twenty-page catalogue of the Ashland Public School for the year 1886 In addition to the carefully compiled rules, regulations and course of studyi it gives the names of all the students enrolled during the year which number three hundred and seventy nine and which are about thirty less than reg istered in the Roseburg public school in the same time. Roseburg affords the largest public school in Southern Oregon; Ashland next; and we believe that, the Jacksonville pub lie school is next in number to Ashland. heat Market. The Democrat has been informed that 65 cents is being paid in Corvallis for wheat, due to the cheaper freight on the Oregon Pacific, We are also informed 'that the rate of freight from Albany to San t rancisco will be the same as that from Cor vallis. Wheat will probably be crossed the R. R. bridge from this city by October 1st lor ban t rancisco. There is meat in these facts worth digesting. The present price here . s 01 cents, nearly 3 cents more than the mar kct calls for. This is due to the O. P. Sev cral cents will be addtd to the price of wheat - by the completion of the bridge at this city. Albany Democrat. Leg Broken No affair has occured Douglas county for a long time which was so much regretted by the whole community, as me one which transpired in Oakland last Saturday between two of our prominent citi ens, Messrs. P. B. Becklev and W. T. Ker ley. These two gentlemen it seems got into -u aucrcauon about some pasture land, and uotn grew angry and used strong language to- ucaCnotner, when Mr. Bcckley picked iwk ana threw at Mr. Kerley, striking him on the leg Just abave the ankle, breakine lth bones. The Wound is slowly improving and there is no danger of Mr. Kerley loosing Wtc 1c 1 , ..... .vf,. c iearn aiso that Mr. Beckley re giets1 very much his undue haste in this un rorninate matter, LOCAL BREVITIES. City election October 4th. ... Do not neglect the Library fund. Crockery ai-J. Jaskulek s bargain store. Immigrants constantly arriving in our coun ty. .. A public library in Roseburg is sine qua non. 1 -.. Some lawing this week before Judge Gan non. Full supply of school books at II. C. Stan tons. A fine lot of crockery at J . Jaskulek's just received. Let everyone tall in love with our library enterpri.-e. Rev. J. W. Miller returned from Confer ence yesterday. James Calvert ofGwnls Pass, was in our city last Monday. Assortment of grass seed of various kinds at H. C. Stanlons. If you want a pair of boois tot $2.50 call at II. C.Stanton's. - County Court this week, and considerable business transacted. - Miss Jennie Dinunick of Moscow, I. T., is visiting friends at Glcndale. James Bean is much belter now and will return home in a short time. Chase & lord sell the best acclimated fruit trees to be had in the county. Go to Chase & Fords and get your tine plug chewing an i smoking tobacco. V -f . A large invoice of the finest plug tobacco just received at Cliase & Forls. Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Birdsall for a bountiful supply of wedding cake." ,rt: We are prepared to print election tickets in first class style at reasonable prices. A contract for 2500 telegraph poles was let this week by Mr. Vincent. Send in your orders at once to Chase & Ford for all kinds of fruit trees at lowest prices. The Hereford Bros, of Goose Lake have re cently sold 1500 head of steers for $36,000. Mrs. W. S. Humphrey went to Salem this week to visit her father and to attend the fair. , For LAmE Back, side or chest, use Shiloh's Torous Flastcr. Price 2$ cents at S. Hamil tons. Parry, take down your harbor sign. Nearly one half of Cole's circus went their to get shaven. The Coos County Fair at Hall's prairie was quite a success, w ith prospects for a better one next year. Fresh butler from Coos Biy, the finest qual ity ever received in this city, for sale by Bar ker and Willis. a Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Crfre. S- Hamilton Agent. We are pleased to learn that Miss Libbie mith has again moved to this city for the pur pose of attending school. Bro. Pipes you are sound on the college question in your last week's editorial. We know whereof we speak. Hon. James Byron is the leading spirit in the Olalla Fair enterprise. He and Ins neighbors deserve credit. Thos. Farquar is a success in raising peaches on his island. Hereafter he will raise peaches "and cherries. Hon. John Booth who has been quite un well, is nowicltcr, and came to town Wednes day, though feeling weak yet.: W. B. Sprague of Hubbard Creek sent us box of peaches by J. J. Himes last Saturday. I They were delicious. Thanks. The Columbia Annual Conference M. E. church south will hold its next session in Wes ton, beginning Sept. 15th, iSS6. Billy Moore wants everybody to. call at the postoffice store, and take a look at the "three little maids," they're just splendid. Sleepless Nights, made miserable by tha terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. For sale by S. Hamilton. Miss Sue Burt and Miss Lucv Goodall, of Yoncolla, were visiting with Miss Edith Bar ker at the McClallen house this week. Our friend C. A. Sehlbrede of Oakland was in our citv Tuesday on business. I lis call at our office was duly appreciated. Will You Suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaren teed to cure you. Sold by S. Hamilton. Andrew Willis has taken a scholarship in the State Agricultural College at Corvallis, and will leave soon for the scene of action. J. P. Duncan near Winchester, killed a rattlesnake last Wednesday which had 16 rattles and a button. A big, old snake that. Hon. James F. Gazley looked benignantly upon us last Monday, and his intangible shadow made us to remember that we had met before. The West Side continues its weekly visits to us clad in all the habilaments indicative of a live county newspaper. Success Mr. Brooks. Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents, Xasal Injector free at S, Hamil tons. N-. ., C. G. Durland of Calapooia came to town Saturday to see the elephant, and he came to see us also for which we were glad. Come again. J. F. Haloran and wife of Astoria were at the McClallen House this week, this being their first trip to our beautiful southern hill country. J. P. Messcr and wife of Coquille City, stopped over one day in Roseburg at J. J. Cawlfield's on their way to Josephine county this week. The most severe earthquake that ever oc curred in the United States was at Charleston S. C. Read the particulars in the dispatches of to-days issue. Several pieces of fine quartz taken from ledges in Douglas county and showing fine prospects, have been left on exhibition at Champagne's hotel. 1 he Keview is the paper to announce yourself in for the lucrative offices of this mu nicipality. Come and put in your card at once, next week may be too late. For dyspepsia and liver Complaint, you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh's vitalizer. It never fails to cure. For sale by S. Hamilton. "The Gun maker of Moscow" will be in Roseburg about Oct. 7th, and will exhibit the above mentioned beautiful drama for the benefit of the Library fund- Go to W. N. Moore's and get the Instan taneous Ink and Stain Extractor. It is far superior and more convenient to use as an eraser than either Rubber, Steel or Acids, 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. Hamiton. There is no use in talking, Will H. Parry can make a good newspaper. The Corvallis Gazette came to us this week as fresh as an ocean breeze. Tarry, always give credit where it is due, and you will be honored. We believe you will, Will. Shake t&KX&r. Geo. Taylor is stopping at the McClallen house and will remain until after Sunday, he has some excellent recommends for his 7 oaks medicine in Oregon, we personally know quite a number on his circular" who has given their testimonials. It is for rheumatism, neuralgia, sick headache &c. m People may not be generally aware that all teas shipped in bulk are subject to contract the germs of lead poisoning from the lead lining of the chest. The Perfection Tea Can which is the only package in which Mr' Abraham's brand of "Sunbeam Tea" is imported, is made without solder or lead. ! By the use of the Instantaneous Ink and Slain Extraclor you can remove all stains of Berry, Teach, Pear, Apple, Orange, Lemon, Iron Rust, Grease or Mould from Ihe richest and most delicate shades of Silks, Laces, Woolens or Linens, without injury to the fabric or color. . EM Ml TO EAiK. A ii rami lime ejrpccfctf. ' j- . On the principle the little acorns produce great oaks the people of Olalla resolved themselves into a little party for the purpose of inaugurating a little fair which they hope to see grow into a county fair of respectable proportions m the near future. Great rivers begin in little springs. St Louis was once a trappers hut, San Francisco was in the Tccent 1 ast but a tented hamlet and viewing these facts may we not hope at some future day to see tliis movement end in a county fair. When we adjourn we do so to meet at ; Roseburg Oakland, Looking Glass, Myrtle creek or any where offering superior accommodations in one year from dale. All agriculturists arc invited to take a part and forward specimens of their finest stock, grasses, grains, fruit and vegeta bles which will be freely exhibited. Pre miums will be given for the finest exhibit of all farm products. Moral amusements of all kinds will be permitted and encouraged such as foot racing, leaping, vaulting, fencing, horsemanship and marksmanship. The ex ercises will begin Sept. 17, by a public dinner in honor of the Douglas County Pioneers and the Veterans. God when creating those men intended them for a post of honor, the front rank of American citizenship. Everybody is invited to the public dinner with well filled baskets. After dinner Col. LJ F. Moshcr will address the Pioneers and veterans. Hon. & Rev. J. R. N. Bell will next deliver an ad dress followed by other distinguished speaker. Singing will be quite afeaturc as fifty trained voices are organizing under the' management 01O.il. flook. Amusements 1 will occupy the remainder of the evening until 6:30 p. m, when the huge campfires will be kindled. Ladies and children will be hospitably cared 'or by the farmers ladies of Olalla. Taps will sound at 10 p. m. At 10 A. M. on 18th a short address with other exercises at the stand, after which will come the exhibition, followed by prize racing. After dinner racing on the track. At 3 p. M. awarding premiums, A restaurant and feed stables will be on the ground. j J. B. Ileply to Obaerreti I Ed. Review: I see in your paper of last week an inquiry by an observer asking where the rest of the people were as there were so few at church and Sunday school. If he will go up main street on Sabbath he will observe a uumbcrpf them, as the business houses are in full blast the same as " Monday, and if he will look in the back rooms he will find some carrying on there games of billairds arid cards notwithstanding there . is a plain law against all carrying on business on Sunday. Now I would ask some one to tell me where is our City marshal and night watch and our county Sheriff on Sunday and Sunday nights. Echo answers, Where, oh Where, Law And Order. School Opened: Last Monday the pub lic school opened with an attendance of 1S3, and four teachers. Inasmuch as the school is receiving even more encouragement gener ally than it did at the opening last year, the School Board will as soon as necessary afford such additional accommodations that too many need not be put in one room for the good of the health of the pupils. Also additional facilities will be secured so that the children in our community may become educated young men and women who will succeed everywhere they may go. Kcmem ber that the school is free to all who draw public money in this dis trict. Pupils that 'did not pass ' examinations when they left school will, on entering school apply to the Principal who will examine them in their studies merely that he may put them in the classes where they properly belong. War to the Knife. The persons inter ested in the formation of the Roseburg Militia Company, met in the court house Sept. 2nd, completed their organization by the election of the following officers, CapL ; B. S. Pague; 1st Lieut. S. C. Flint; 2nd Lieut. John Chase; Orderly Sergeant L. A Sanctuary; 2nd Ser gcant G. A Taylor; 3d Sergeant A. OstranUer; 4th Sergeant J. F. Barker; 5th Sergeant W, II. Parrott; 1st Corporal C. W. Parks; 2nd Corporal P M. Matthews; 3d Corporal P. Junger; 4th Corporal T. Ford; 5th Corporal D.S, West; 6lh Corporal E.: Birdsall; 7th Corporal W. Alexander; 8th Corporal C. Brooks. Should the services of this company be required we predict that they will distin guish themselves at least there is a portion of them who would make excellent foragers on a water melon patch. j Postal Matters. Thomas' G. Reams, of Jacksonville, who has been appointed aosial inspector for this district, reported for duty yesterday. Important changes have taken place in the postoffice inspection division of the Northwest lately. Heretofore San Fran cisco has been the headquarters: ot the depart ment for the whole Facihc slope, but now Oregon. Washington. Idaho, Montana and Alaska have been formed into a separate di vision . with headauarters here: , The whole furniture, etc, of the inspector s office former ly located at Omaha has been removed here The office is m charge of Mr. Oeorge Ma son, division inspector. His assistants are Inspector Trentlin' transferred from San Fran- . T. ' ! .1 V. Cisco, and Mr. iteams. 11 is more ma juir able that we shall soon have a superintendent of railway mail service stationed here and be cut loose from San Francisco altogether. An other change in postal matters, made by a recent act' of congress, abolishes any dis tinction between the money iorder and pos tal departments. Monev order commission"! - , j and fees must be turned in as a : part of the postal revenue of the postoffice department and the clerks in these branches are on an equality. This saves much trouble to post masters by doing away with the keeping of separate accounts for the two branches. Ore gonian. A Ferfeet Hahing Powder. The great success of the- Royal Baking Powder is due to the extreme care exercised by its manufacturers to make it entirely pure, uniform in quality, and of the highest leaven ing power. All the scientific knowledge, care and skill attained by a twenty years' prac tical experience are contributed toward this end, and no pharmaceutical preparation can be dispensed with a greater accuracy, pre cision and exactness. Every aiticle used is absolutely pure. A number of chemists arc employed to test the strength of eaA ingredi ent, so that its exact power and effect in com bination with its co- ingredients is definitely known. Nothing is trusted to chance, and no person is employed in the preparation of the materials used or the manufacture of the pow der, who is not an expert in his particular branch of the business. As a consequence, the Royal Baking Powder is of the highest grade of excellence, always pure, wholesome and uniform in quality. Each box is exactly like every other, and will retain its powers and produce the same and the highest leaven ing effect in any climate, at any time." The Government Chemists, after having analyzed all the principal brands in the market, in their reports placed the Royal Baking Powder at the head of the list for strength, purity, and wholesomcncss, and thousands 1 tests all over the country have further demonstrated the fact that its qualities arc, in every respect, unrivaled. Oak Creek Items. September 2, 1S86. Very plaascnt. v . Harvest is over. - , Take the pretty girls tollic circus boys. Mr. R. A. Paper is talking of going north this fall. T. J. Singclton lost quiet a lot of fence last week by fire. ; W. H. Shoemaker Captured a very large wildcat last week. Boys get your tin-pans Jeff says harvest is over, we will be there Jeff. Mr J. P. Martin is the only successful boy on Oak Creek come again J. P. tuwara smgieion nas sold out and says he is going to a bett r County. Succocss to you Edward. The great question of woman suffrage will be discused at Oak Creek the second sabbath in October. Every womans f riend should attend . Torn. Editing .1 Paper. Editing a paper is a pleasant bnsincswf you like it. If it contains much political matter won't have it. people If the type is large it don't contain much reading matter. If we publish telegraph reports folkssay they are nothing but lies. If we omit them we have no enterprise or sup press them for political effect. TP t u we nave, a lew jokes lolks say we are nothing but rattleheads. It we omit jokes, folks say we arc nothing but fossils. If we publish original matter, they demn us for not giving-selections. Tf 1 . con- n we give selections, people say we are lazy for not writing more, and giving them what they have not read in some other paper. Tf t! . ii e jjhc u cuuipmueniary notice, we are censured for being partial. 11 we ion t, an nands say we are a great OR- If we insert an article which pfcases the adies, the men become jealous, and vice emu- .. If we attend church, they say it is for effect. It we remain in our office attending to our business, folks say w e are too proud to mingle with other fellows. 11 we go out, they say we don t attend to our business. A Gentle Stimulus. Is imparted to the kidneys and bladder by Ilostettcr's Stomach Bittlcrs, which is most useful in overcoming torpidity of these organs, Besides infusing more activity into them this excellent tonic endows them with additional vigor, ana enables 111cm inc belter to undergo the wear and tear of the discharging function imposed upon them by nature. Moreover, as they are the channel for the escape of certain impurities from the blood, increase their use fulness by strengthening and healthfully stim ulating them. In certain morbid conditions of these important organs, they fall into a slug gisn state, wmcn is uic usual percursor of disease. What then can be of greater service than a medicine which impels them to greater activity when slothful? No maladies are more perilous than those which affect the kidneys, and a medicine which averts the peril should be highly esteemed. - AXTI-SALOOX. It is an admitted fact that when whiskey could be bought for 15 cents per quart that there was less liquor drank by the youths than now.- This increase is claimed to result from the increase of saloons. We never had any faith in an utterly unreasonable Prohibition, it is not practicable, and in a free country like this should never become a law. Oregon Sentinel. We had supposed that all Republicans were temperance people, but the oldest pa per in Oregon gives the whole thing away in the above extract, i The Sentinel is a free whis key advocate. Don't talk about the Deino crals any more if you please, Death of Ber. Geary. Rev. Edward Geary, of Eugene, one of Oregon's best known pioneers, died at his home in that city yesteiday morning, aged 75 years and 4 months. He came to Oregon in 1851, and resided in Linn county several years leaving Albany for Eugene in 1876. Besides being a Presbyterian minister he has occupied several positions of trust and was a mason in high standing, having obtained thirty-two de erees. Oregon loses a tine scholar and a splendid citizen. Albany Democrat. Horse Notes. "When my horses were sick with lung fever, last spring, I used Simmons Liver Regulator (liquid) in one ounce doses, twice a day, and they speedily recovered. E. T. Michener, Prop'r. Michener's Express, Jennniown, Pa. "A valuable horse of mine was taken with col ic, I used Simmons Liver Regulator, giving about four ounces; it acted proroply removing the colic W. A. Holland, Jessupville, Ga." Dr. Carver,s shooting was good, so was the Dead wood stage scene, the remainder of Coles circus was a failure, as compared with the show two v-ears aco. neither was it as good as Robinson's last year. Support your county papers, for you "can't always sometimes telP when you wUl need their help in your enterprises in your partic ular locality. Therefore take your county . , "7. ..... newspapers, : r DISPATCHES. CHARLESTON IN RUINS. Great Loss of Life and Property from the j Earthquake. . A NIGHT OF WRECK AND HORROR. Eot'tg PeroH EMled und Large Sum ber Injured Properlif Xo Frobib ry $tO,OOOtOOO A Terrible Experienee. CllARLES'iON, Sept. !, I II A. M. An r . 1 earthquake such as has never been known in the history of this city swept over Charleston last night shortly after 10 o'clock, causing more loss and injury to property and far more loss of life than the cyclone of a year pre viously. Its wrecked streets are encumbered with masses of fallen bricks and tangled tele graph and telephone wires, and up to an early hour it was almost impossible to pass from one part of the city to another. Most of the peo ple with their families, passed the night in the streets, which ven this morning are crowded with people afraid to re enter their homes. More than Sixty persons were killed and wounded, chiefly colored. Among the whites the killed and; fatally wounded are: M. J. Lyach, Dr. R.j Alexander Hamlim and Ams ley Robeson. jFire broke out in different parts of the city immediately after the earthquake and some are jstill burning, but there is no danger of their spreading. There is no way of leaving the city at present. HUNDREDS HOMELESS. The principal business portion of the cily was destroyed,! and hundreds' of persons were rendered homeless. The main station house, cily hall, Hilicrnian hall andjnany other well known rublic buildings, including SK Michael's church, are irreparablydamaged. Many people are seriously if not fatally in jured. Broad street presents a spectacle of the utmost horrorf Even women, armed with hatchets, fought valiantly to rescue imprisoned unfortunates, j Meeting street, from Broad to Hazel, is a wreck and is lined with onfortu- nates. To add to the horror of the scene many fires broke out, and were effectually fought by the fire department. The night was hideous vvith groans and dying screams of the wounded iand prayers of the uninjured. It is impossible to estimate the extent of the losses 01 life and property at present. Up to I A. M. to-day there had been ten distinct shocks. - - ? I THlitTV-THREE KILLED. j The official total of deaths is thirty-three. The wounded; will probably number 100. Business is still suspended. "tha whole atten tion of the people being given to providing fur refuge and makifig residences safe. Brick layers have advanced their rates to $6 a day. The city courcil will probably meet to-mor' row to provide measures for relieving the poor. Expressions efrgralitude are heard on all sides for assistance offered to Charleston, of which the suffering people will gladly avail them selves. Confidence is gradually returning, but much apprehension still is felt. READY FOR BUSINESS. At a joint meeting of the Charleston ex change and Merchants' exchange to-day the following was unanimously adopted: , To all exchanges and commercial bodies Our banks, warehouses, cotton presses, wharves, railroads, rice mills and everything else necessary ! for handling business, though damaged, are in working order. We fear no further damage. The destruction of property will cause great distress and suffering, but will not interfere with the dispatch of business. ! A. W. Taff, President Charleston Exchange. I' B. BoiMANN, Tresident Merchants' Exchange." The joint meeting also adopted a resolution to apply to (Ke president and congress for a national loan tb aid citizens of Charleston in rebuilding the city. ANOTHER TERRIFIC SHOCK. New YoRKj Sept. 3. has just been received here of another severe shock of earth quake at Charleston. All wires arc down. Charleston,, S. C, Sept. 3. At one minute to II o'clock to-night another shock passed over tjie city. Consternation again prevailed. The people camping in the public squares are singing and praying. Two buildings fell. " A white women, name unknown, was killed by a falling wall this eve- nuig. ANOTHER SLIGHT SHOCK. Charleston, Sept. 5. There was another shock at 11:05 to-night. It was not very se vere, and the duration was about two seconds. The prevailing belief is that the worst is over, and the inhabitants arc reasonably secure from further visitations of earthquake. This belief is based mainly upon assurances of scientists, who say there' is only the slightest probability of a recurrence of more powerful shocks after the lapse of sot much time. With a feeling of comparative security thus engendered, citizens who left the city in hot haste to cludej the danger have begun to arrive m small numbers, and visitors and sightseers are putting in an appearance. Four times as many people w ere registered for dinner at the hotels to-day jthan at any time since the visita tion of the earthquake, and all available rooms of the various hotels are engaged for to-night. Few if any of those rooms would be occupied in case 01 another shock, ana tnat may come with the pressure of tide at midnight. Very few of the regular inhabitants will re tum to their homes during the week. In fact it is the most i daring of the strangers who yet venture inside of a building, and those only because they have not a true appreciation of the effect a severe shock would have at this time, when houses hang together by slender threads. j " . ' Large Contributions Pouring In for ; the Earthquake Sufferers. Charleston, Sept. 6. At 9 o'clock this morning the (headquarters of the relief com mittees was crowded by unfortunate earthquake sufferers. The members of the committees are kept busy writing passes on the rarlways to other points. The committee prefer to give this character of assistance above all others. It gets the junfortunates away. Orders for rations are being issued, but money is given to no one. i "'"" ALMOST a stampede. Dunns' the rush of applicants for aid a large section of the Meetinghouse street front ot the court house opposite the city hall fell out. The report of the fall was equal to an earthquake shock, and immediately the as sembled thousands, in and out of the city build ings, began to sway and move like billows of the sea. - The cooler heads present mounted chairs and adnomished the people to give way quietly and not become excited.. The scene was appalling for a short time, but quiet was finally restored. The men at work teanng down the frail portions of the court heuse werefordered to stop work. Acting Mayor Hughes savs the relief committees are now assisting :". One-third of Charleston s ; en tire population Mayor Courtney is expected to arrive tomorrow, and will hold a special meeting oi the city council, when decisive steps will be- taken to afford protection from falling .buildings, and to clear the streets the debris which now impedes progress. outside contributions I" ispatches continue to pour in offering aid, and about $95,000 has- already reached fhere. From indications at hand it is believed that the contributions will finally aggregate $500. 000, and that $200,000 will have arrived by to-morrow night. The California Democrats Xommate llartletl for Ooremor. San FRANcisco, Sept. 3. The convention was called to order at 10:25 A- M Senator Johnson, of Sonoma, withdrew the name of Reddy for the governorship. Mitchell withdrew that of ex-Mayor Byrant of San Franscisco. Balloting for governor then liegan. For some time Bartlctt and Berry ran pretty nearly an even race, with Tarpcy a long distance be hind. Then Bartlctt ran slowly ahead, and when San Franscisco cast 101 of its votes for Bartlett and only six for Berry, a general desire became apparent among those who had al ready voted to change their votes to Bartlctt. The chairman, however, announced that no change would be allowed until the entire roll had been called. As soon as San Joaquin cist its fifteen votes solid for Bartlctt's nomination was assured. When the roll call was com pleted Alameda changed its solid vole 0 twenty-five from Tarpey to Bartlett. Los An geles also change, and cast its twenty-four votes solid for Bartlett. A motion was then njade to give Bartlett the nomination by ac cla mation. This was done and was followed by intense excitement. Hats were thrown in to the air amid loud and long cheers, and ban ners and hankerchiefs were waved. The ex citement had somewhat subsided when Bartlett was introduced by-Chairman WKite as the next governor of California: He was greeted with tremendous cheering. He spoke as follows: "I return you my great and heartfelt thanks. Should the people of California sanction your election, I will give you a good and honest ad ministration. ' HAILSTORM IN PARIS. Boston, Sept. 7. A cable dispatch speaks of a hailstorm, accompanied by high wind, which recently prevailed in Paris and its environs. It was most severe in the suburbs, where it destroyed trees, fruits and vegetables. Largojrccs were torn to shreds by the hail. The loss to glass and gardens is estimated at $1,000,000. The Bois de Vincenneshas the appearance ot a riddled by cannon shot. SWINDLER FLED TO THE UNITED STATES. Monreal, Sept. 7. The liabilities of Ler.poid Isaacs, the absconding tobacco mer chant of this dity, exceed $160,000, with prac tically no assets. It is stated that several forgeries and other swindling schemes have been brought to light and that steps will be taken to secure Isaac's extradition. He is in Philadelphia. MORRISON RENOMINATED. St. Louis, Sept. 7. The Democratic con- j gressional convention of the Eighteenth Illinois enstnet, which met at Oreenville, Illinois, to-day, renominated Hon. W. R. Morrison. . Columbia Conference. The most unmitigated inconsistency, ap pears m an article in the Benton Leader of Sept. 3d. This self-constituted "Columbia Conference" says a few of the Board, four in number, segregated the College, and then proceeds to censure them for their wontonly officiousness. And yet this same inilivitl- McTf makesa proposition to the people of Corvallis and vicinity for the whole confer ence, which the conference never authorized one syllable. The Columbia Conference has never been in session since last year. Talk of officiou&nesg. Shades of Carlyle. This man ought to hang his hat on the moon. The Board of missions last May in Richmond Va. offered $8000.00 to help build the college, anu 1 us remaining $4500.00 to make one half of $25000.00 has been assumed by this person calling himself Columbia Conference. Now if this individual wants to furnish this money, all right, but to sign a misleading nondeplume, we think is not right, for the conference never told him to do so. Let the state keep the college which it w ill do, and let the people raise the money, which they ought to do, and this much vexed question will be settled, and all will go on their way rejoicing. LETTER 1IST. The following are the list of letters remain ing uncalled for in the Rosebnrg P. 0., Aug. 31., 1886. Atkins, Ella M. (2) Adams, Amanda Kyle, Mr. Jackson Keystone, James W Kinsey, G. Lampkin C. W. I-eneheycw, Mr. I. Beaty, Ezekiel Bigelow, G. L. Baker, Mr. A. L. Browman, Sam Bennett, Mrs M. McFadden, Miss McFarland, Mrs. A. Miles, Felitha Munzic, Geo. Menllcy, R. (2) Philhpi, Mary R. Piere, Luisa Don Sctoggs, R. G. Stey, Grant Smith, Chas. (2) Sard is, Miss Amy Sccord, Mr. A. Sautell, Will . Taylor, McMilville Tafty, F. F. E. G. Biy, T, A. (3) Cary, Miss Annie Caldwell, R. M. Curlcy, Mr. J. (2) Chainpan, Joseph Clark, John M, Churchill David Cooper, Prof. E. J. Crane, E. M. Choat, Freeling Duffy, M. (2) Denham, S. B. Fetter, Mrs. J. A. Fetter, MissW.K. (2) Thrush, Mary S. Galloway & Cook Walsh, Ambrose Hammant, D. P. Willis, U. P. Wooden, Frank M. Wellaner, Randolph lies, Wm. Tohnson, H. R. Jones, Miss Katie Warner, Geo. H. (2) Wood, W. M. When called for please say advertised. W. N. Moo re. P. M. NOTICE. , Is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between SoL Abraham and George Tarrant under the name of Tar ant & Co. with principal place of business at Glendale Orrgon has this day by mutual consent been desolred . Dated at Roseburg, Oregon Aug. 30. 1SS6 : - Geo. Taerajtt, Sol Abraham. NOTICE Is hereby give that I have sold my drug business to my son W. S. Hamil ton. All accounts due me must be settled at once by cash or note. S. Hamilton. Roseburg, Or. August 13, 1886. : Henry George's Candidacy. New York, Sept. 6. The prospective can didacy of Henry George for the moyorality of New York is beginning to create a feeling of uneasiness on the part ot ' the persons and press who look upon him as a visionary who : believes in the theory that property in land of 8h0uld be abolished OAKLAND ITEMS. What are we to dolor Coal Oil? Peaches are fast coming to market. t W. II. Brown isvjsitirig in Lake Co. Quite a crowd from this place attended the circus. Dimmick and party returned from the Coast Saturday. The post office is now being run as it should be. P. B. Beckley has moved to the Chenoworth place below Kruses. ; Mrs. Mary Smith and daughter Alice are visiting friends at Salem. Z. L. Dimmick Ls handling the measure at A. F. Brown's at present. - Dave Senior spent several days in town looking much improved in health. The Old Town school opened up on Mon day with about fifty-five scholars. Russell's Academy opened up Monday with I understand only about five scholars. W. T. Kerley who had his leg broken Saturday is resting as quietly as possible. Mrs. E. F. Hotchkiss of Roseburg was visiting relatives at this place on Monday. Fen and Stonewall Suthcrlin relumed home by Saturdays train from- an extended trip. to Idaho. '" , Mrs. W. T. Kcricy returned from Idaho by Tuesdays train fooking much Improved in health. " " J. W. . Norwood and , Frank Dearling will move to Drain and open up shops suitable to their- profession. IH. rage was canoi to ct'les v alley on Sunday to attend Mrs. Cracfield (of Medford) who is visiting her mother there . John Hamilton of Junction has charge of the section south from this place, Mr. Law son being removed to a section farther north. M. Fickle is the.' "Dad" ofaj'i pound boy which his wife , presented him with on Saturday, "Fick" is able to be about as usual. Charlie Hall has just received a fine assort ment of Winchester and Marlin rifles, and Breech loading shot guns, a large stock of other goods in his line of business, and keeps Mr. Williams and himself busily engaged attending the wants of his many patrons. An assult was made Saturday afternoon upon W. T. Kerley by T. B. Beckley, it seems they had a dispute over some land transaction, when Beckley picked up a rock ami throwing and hitting Kerley with such force as to break both bones of his left letr between the knee and ankle. Kerley'swifc being up north he was moved to his sister-in- laws (Mrs. O. V. Medleys) until the arrival of his wife from Idaho. The injured man was attended by Dr. Tagc and Dr. Carlton late of Texas but who has located at Yoncolla. F. A Gil AND OFF Ell. Given away ! A premium that is a pre mium. l his 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 Us weekly edition (price $1.00. per year,) its History of the United States, bound in leatherette tree calf, gilt, and con. taining twenty-two fine engravings. This dainty look of 320 1 2mo pages is indispensa ble to every one as a work of quick and con venient reference. 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 subserilwr's risk, when ten cents extra i forwarded to " prepay pos tage. Clubs w ill find the express cheaper and singte subscribers the mail. Subscrip tions taken at The Review office. BORN WOODS. -Born to the wife of W. Woods Sept. 5th s daughter. Wc oonsrra tutete. MARRIED. BIRDSALL, McCARTY. At the residence of Mrs. A. E. Wilson by Rev. J. R. K. Bell hut Sun day evening at 8 o'clock P. M. Eugene Birdsall to Miss Alice McCarty, all ot Roreburg Oregon. The bride was young and beautiful, and her attire was in perfect harmony with her very youthful appearance, while of the groom it is impossible to say anything against, as he look ed well, clad in the usual suit, and a man of sober habits, and will make a living, which is saying a great deal. After the ceremony the invited guests partook of the conventional cake and lemonade to the satisfaction of all. All in all it was a very pleasant wedding, and the Review Office offers the best congratula tions upon the happy event. XECltOLOfiY. WIUTSETT. Mrs. Nancy Whltsett, wife of J.J. Whitsott 011 Deer Creek, departed this life Sept. "th, 1SS0. ' She was born Jan. 14th, 1838, being at the time of her death 48 years 7 months, and 23 days old. She was married to J. J. Whitsett Jan. 26th, 1856, and to them were born ten children, nine of whom arc still living, and were at the grave to say a long farewell to mother. Mrs. Whitsett joined theM. E. Church South in 1865, and has always lived a consistent christian. The funeral services were conducted by Revs. J. R. N. Bell and W, A. Willis. A large concourse of friends and neighbors attended ' the funeral. For more than a year she has been a paralytic, and her triumphant death was a release, and she now rests in Heaven. The whole com munity mourns her loss. The sympathy of al Igo out to the husband and motherless children. "The Lord will temper the wind to the shorn lamb." May all meet at last in the bright beyond, where death and parting never come. NOTICE To all whom it may concern, my wife having left my bed-and board without cause or provocation I hereby warn all persons not to trust her as I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by her. - F. Corxctt7 VIOLIS CLASS. Prof. Gillam of this city is about to organ ire a violin class where instruction on that instrument can be had at reasonable terms. Mr. Gillam is a thorough musician and an excellent teacher, who will give his time and talent to those wishing to learn to play on this noble instrument For particulars, apply at Chase & Ford's ; Rev, W. A. Smick will preach iu Oakland next Sunday, morning and evening, holding a communion service at 1 1 o'clock A. M. on Sunday. Rev. J. R. N. Bell will fil his put pit in this city, both morning and evening, next Sabbath, The State Insurance Company. We are pleased to note the very prompt and satisfactory settlement made by the State Insurance with our neighbor Mr. A. J. Chap man of Wilbur, who lost - his .-barn p. short time aeo by fire. The State Insurance is a home institution, and is composed of some of - the best men in Oregon. Mr Chapman says;- I take much pleasure in fully recommending the State Insurance Company of Salem Ore gon as a reliable and trustwoithy institution The State is liberal and fair in its adjustments and prompt in its payments. My barn which was destroyed by fire on the night of July 20, was insured jn this company, arid I have this day (Aug 25,- 1S86) received from itsf adjuster the sum of four hundred and sixty two and forty three one hundredth dollars in prompt and satisfactory paymcut therefor Insure in onr home company. A. T. Chatmas. D. S. West. Wilbur, Oregon. Local Agt. Roseburg. It r a Chestnut. The young man had taken her hand, and was pleading in impassioned tones, as they sat together on the sofa. "Irene," said he, "though I am not the possessor of great wealth, I can offer you the devotion of a heart that is yours alone -a love that is as boundless as the ocean and as endur ing as the everlasting hills." The aim of. my life shall be to minister to your happiness, and to shield you from every stormy blast. Your smile sliall be my heaven. Oft in my fancy's wanderings " At this moment the silvery tone of a little gong was heard. The young man paused, turned pale, and said- in an agonized voice: "O, Irene I At such a moment as this, when my life's happiness is trembling in the balance, can you be so cruel and so heartless as to pull a chestnut gong on me?"- The rock defence or offence is becoming quite in vogue. In front of Champaigne's hotel in the street Tuesday morning, two of our citizens became angry and one of them picked up a rock to throw, but, upon reflec tion he desisted. A good idea. MARKET REPORT. Roseburg Market. Wheat, bu 556oc Flour, I? sack ............ $ 1 .00 Beans, I? Ib... ...... . .... 4c Butter, t?R.... 25c Cheese, lb 20c Eggs, doz.... . 12,'c Lard, f lb.. c 9c Oatmeal lb. 8c Cornmeal, Hk........' 3c Cracked Wheat, tf lb 6c Potatoes, tf bu.. 75c Oats, tfbu... ...... ........... 3o35c Hay.tfton.'. $79 Wool, tfn.... 22c Ham and Bacon, tf lb.... 8(5 12c Dried Apples tf lb. 4 " Peaches..... 10c " Plums 6c " Prunes................. 8c Bran, tf ton. ............ ., $15 Chickens, tf doz $2.50 ' Syrup of Figs. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Co. San Francisco Cal . is Nature Own True Laxative. This pleasant liquid fruit remedy may be had of l3r S. Hamilton at fifty cents or one dollar per bottle. It is the most pleasant, -prompt and effective remedy known, to cleanse tue system; to act on the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels gen tly bat thoroughly; to dispel Headaches, Colds and Fevers; to cure Constipation Indigestion and kindred it's. t Cure for Piles. Piles are frequently preceded by a neuss of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to sup pose be has affection of the kidneys or neigh-' boring organs. At times, symptoms of in digestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture, like pers piration, producing a very disagreeable itch ing, after getting warm, is a common attend ant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to the application of Dr. -Bosanco's Pile remedy, which acts directly upon the parts effected, absorbing the tu. mors, allaying the intense itching, and ef-, fecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents." Address, The Dr. Bos an '0 Medicine Co., Piqua, 0. Sold by Dr. S. Hamilton. Its-Delleaen of Flaver. - And the efficacy of its acttion have rendered the famous California liquid fruit remedy, Syr up of figs, immensely popular. It cleanses and tones np the clogged and feverish system, and dispels Headaches. Colds and Fevers, for sale by S. Hamilton -In Enterprising, Reliable House. A. C. Marsters can always be relied upon, not only to carry in stock the best of every thing, but to secure the Agency for such artic les as have well-known merit, and are popu lar with the people, thereby sustaining tho reputation of being always enterprising, and ever reliable. Having secured the Agency tor the eelebrared Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption will sell it on a positive guarantee. - i wuisureiy cure you -ana every effecliou of Throat, Lungs, and Chest, and to show our confidenee, we invite you to call and get a Trial Bottle Free. . Tii .'11 1 - . , Wild Cherry and Tar. Every body knows the virtues of Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for any effections of the Throat and Luncs, combined 1 with these two ingredients an a few simple healing remedies in the composition of Dr Bosanco's Cough and Lung Syrup making it jnst the article you should always have in the house, tor Uoaghs, Colds, Croup and Bonchitis. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by 8. Hamilton., Mmt nam - '. v-' -v. While money is close, wages and prices low. expenses should be cut down in every house hold. Economy the watch word for Mothers, head off Doctor bills, by always keeping in the house, a bottle ot ur. uosanko s Cough and Lung Syrup. Stops a Cough instantly, relieves Consumption, cures croup and pain in the Chest in one night. It is just the rem edy for hard times. Price sects, and $1.00. samples tree, bold iy a. Hamilton. g wives! mothers: daughters: . Bs Yoca Owx PflTSicust A lady who for years of fared torments worse than death from Uterine trou bles, Proiapsoa. Leueorrfaoea, Sapprestion, he ao common amoag our Wives Mothers and Daughters and had despaired of being cured, Snaty found real dies which completely cured her after all else had ailed. Any lady can use the remedies and cure heneU, without being ubjected to a medical exarnj tnaUon. from gratitude abe wm aeud nu, Bedpe aud full directions sealed Address (with stamp) Mrs W. C Homes, 68 Broadway, Sew Tor iron E2ax!2iXiiz.-. I hereby announce myself aa candi date for City Marshal, subject to the will of the voters of this incorporation. Jiun WninnT rOIt TREASTJREIl- I take this method of saying to the the voters of Roseburg that I am a candidate for re-election to the office of City Treasurer.