Kill DAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1888.
8T3HDAY SCHOOLS -
mmT Bnmtav school at the Baptit cliurch
f t-ry Sunday morninjr at 9:4. A cordial invitation
xtendeti to everybody. i. A. Eeosms, Supt.
Prsbttrus Sunday school at the Presbyterian
church every Sunday a i:S0 o'clock. A cardial invi
tation extended to ail to attend. -
C. Gl.ntn, Supt.
Struck 1!v Lightning. Last Monday a
threshing machine on Thief creek v. as struck
by lightning ami one horse was hurl, the ma
chine torn up considerable hut no further dam
age was done.
Acciukntav Shot. 0. C. Brown who is
teaching school at Klkton, accidentally shot
himself last Sunday while handling a pistol .
The ball passed through his right hip, so we
were informed, and although it is not danger
ous it may prove a serious wound.
i Postponed The singing at the Boggess
School House has been postponed until the
3rd Sunday at 2 O'Clock P. m. Also mat it
wag thought proper to defer opening school un
til the 3rd Monday Sept, 17th.
A Great Bargain. A fine (arm ol 500
acres, one hundred of which can be cultivated,
a large orchard on it and ii well watered with
good spring. It is a fine stock and fruit farm
and ia a bargain lor some one. Call at The
Review office and get terms.
Cone East. J. Jaskulek left last Tuesday
for Columbus Ohio to attend the National
Encampment of the G. A. K. which begins
Sept. 10. ' 1 1c went on the Pacific coast ex
cursion tnin which came through from San
Francisco and wi!l be absent about one month.
' 'Presbytery -Op. Okf.gon. The Presby
Ztery ol Oregon wilt hold it? uext regular meet
ihg in the first Presbyterian church, Lafayette
Oregon, beginning Oct. Qth, at 7:30 P. M
0eniiv; sermon by . letiring Motlerator Rev
J. V. Miu.ir.AN,
Farms For Kent. The undersigned has
several choice farms for rent on good terms,
eitner grain or cash rent, feed and seed fur
nished on farm at reasonable rates if desired.
. Fur particular call at my farm or address
F. B. Waite.
Notice to Farmers.--Hashage & Bowen
have purchased the county right for the Mel
v:n & Harper patent pulverizing harrow.
The main feature of this hairow is that more
v. .rk can lie done in one day with it than can
1 .'j June with any other harrow in three.
Call at their shop and see it and you will be
convinced that the above is true.
TiteG. A. R. Excursion. The G. A. R.
'excursion train ironi San Francisco bearing
the delegates to the National Encampment
at Columbus, Ohio, passed through Roseburg
last Tuesday morning at 10:45 A. M. The
train consisted of 14 cars, and four cars
were added at Portland. The tra'n will be
run from Portland in two or three sections.
Religious. Quite a number of Roseburg
people attended church at Civil Bend last
Sunday, where Rev. W. G. Miller preached
an excellent sermon at 11 o'clock after which
there was four young ladies immersed and re
ceived into full fellowship in the church. We
are pleased to learn that the woik of christian
ity is progressing in our borders. May many
more be brought to a saving knowledge of the
Tim Hoi; Outlook. The price of hog
meat will probably be good this fall, and the
farmers that have as many shotes as they can
fatten to advantage will make some money.
Every farmar that wants to do the test for
himself won't bother with scrub hogs bat keep
hogs of the best stock, such as the Beiksliire,
that fatten "easily. He does not keep this
kind of stock to see it grow tall and race with
the cattle, but from birth its destiny is to get
fat and be killed.
Save your fruit. .
Everybody busy now.
Some smoke this year. 1
J. Jaskulek the jeweler.
County court is in session.
The roads are very dusty.
Cleveland and Tburman.
Have you been to the coast?
State Fair begins Sept. 17th.
Hop picking season is at hand.
Crop reports are very flattering.
City candidates are looming up.
Last Saturday was a warm day.
"Mikado" next Monday evening.
The schoolboys vacation has ended.
iLots of watermelons in the market .
County fair begins next Wednesday.
Well tested bargains at J. Jaskulek's.
Considerable grain coming into town.
Our public school opened last Monday.
I). T. Pritchard ia the leading jeweler.
Don't forget to attend the fair next week.
Listen to the crickets song these evenings.
The threshing season is drawing to a close.
The trains are on time most of the time
Captivating bargains in watches at J. Jas
kulek. Wheat is on the raise, it is now quoted at
Considerable liailed hay has been nauled
. McMahon's single ring circus is in the Wil
Two foot wood taken on subscription at
The review office.
Portland is to have a new Democratic
daily paper. Good.
The tramp nuisance is giowing worse.
Something mdst be done.
We will send anyone The Review one year
for a tier of 2 foot oak wood.
For local, county, state and general news
The Review takes the lead.
Read the ad of the new grocery store of J.
W. Miller & Co. m this issue.
Hands are in demand at Albany to work on
the extension of the O. P. railroad.
New subscribers coming in daily for The
Review, the leading county paper.
Low prices in watches, clocks and jewelry
all the time at J. Jaskulek, the jewelry.
Insureyour property with the Old Reliable
California company, M. O. Wimberly agent .
Impossible foi anyone to sell watches
cheaper than J.T.Bryan at the Big Horse shoe.
Theiewasa $1, e,os,ooo fire in Baltimore
la-t Sunday in which several lives were lost.
Read the notice on this page today,
"Farms to Rent." There is a bargain for
Rev. T. P. Hayneswill preach at the Hud
son school house next Sablrath Sept. 9th, at
Claude Cannon, formerly of the Roseburg
public school, has an excellent position in a
wholesale tea store in Portland.
Our county treasurer, V. L. Arrington now
wears a smile, his wife having returned from a
three week's trip to Pendleton.
The Drain Echo, whose editor visited
Roseburg last week, gave a fine description of
our city and surrounding resoures .
The Hendricks-Review Real Estate ' Co
have on hand many CL-jreable bargains in
real estate. Give the company a call.
The Hudson-Ekert Juvenile Opera Com
pany will present the famous opera, "Mikado"
PKRSOlfA h M EXTIOM
Chas. Hamilton was home on a visit this
J. A. Slovcr look a trip to Eugene the first
of the wek. .
Tom Labile of Eastern Oregon was in town
I!. Riddle and wife left on the excursion
train for Ohio this week. '
N. Conn relumed this w ct k from a trip to
California for his health. -
O. L. Willis is having a new residence built
opposite the school house.
Miss Lucy Holmes of Portland was visiting
friends in this city this week.
I lannibal Smith returned last week from a
trip to Washington Territory.
V. L. Arrington is having a house built on
the lot he purchased in South Roseburg.
J.J. Buick of Silver Lake, son of D. S. K.
Buick was visiting in Roseburg this week.
Jas. A. Sterhngls again afllctej with rheu
matism and has to carry his hand in a sling.
Mrs. Mary Smith of Oakland was the guest
of Mrs. G. A. Taylor in this city this week.-
Peter McKinney, formerly of Roseburg but
now of Grants Pass was in town last week.
Mrs. Orth of Jacksonville is visiting her
daughter Mrs. H. McClallen here this week.
County Supt. T. O. Hutchinson of Oak
land was in town Wednesday on school bttsi-
Golden Wedding. Prof. T. H. Craw
ford returned yesterday from Brownsville
where he has been attending the golden wed
ding of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. C.
Crawford. The affair was a very enjoyable
one, all the surviving members of the family
and a number of intimate friends being pres.
ent. A number of letters from old-time friends
ol Dr. and Mrs. Crawlord were read, convey
ing congritulations, and among them was one
from the minister who performed the marriage
ceremony for them fifty years before and an
other from a friend living in Texas, who was
many years ago a candidate on the same ticket
with Dr." Crawlord. Oregonian.
Surprise Party. One of the social events
of the season was the surprise party tendered
Miss Ruth Jones last Saturday evening by the
young people of Roseburg, the occasion being
her 1 8th birthday. The party formed at the
residence of D. S. K. Buick and marched to
the residence of Miss Jones. She with her
mother and Miss Ida Prim of Jacksonville
entertained the company very pleasantly until
a late hour. The Junior band was present
- and discoursed some sweet music Miss Jones
was made the recipient ot several very hand
some presents during the evening, and can
often look back with pleasure to the anniver
sary of her iSth birthday.
A Phenomenon. Advices from Grant
county report that Lake Malheur, a body of
water that covers more than seventy-five
square miles, and has been without outlet, is
rushing through a subterranean passage with a
great roar. The noise is so loud and the
shrinkage of water is so great as to attract
much attention. It is said that miles of for
merry submerged land is now visible. The
lake receives the water of the Blitzen river
and never overflows. It U situated on a rich
level plain with low shores. It is connected
with Lake Harney by a shallow channel sixty
feet wide and 600 feet long. If the subsidence
prove permanent it may throw the Oregon
Pacific survey some miles further south. Ex,
The Covnty Fair. -Again and lor the
last time we entreat you not to fail to attend
the second .annual exhibition of Douglas coun
"ty's products next week at the fair grounds.
The board of trustees are making a strong
effort to make this exhibit a success. The
grounds are being put in first class order, and
all will be done that can be, with labor and a
reasonable outlay of money to make this exhib
it a grand success. It now only remains for
the people to come and bring some ol their
choice products to compare with their neigh
lior's, and in this way they may be able to in.
crease the value of their agricultural products,
and also of their live stock. Many premiums
are offered, a list of which can be seen in an
other column. Besides the exhibits and races
there will I addresses and other intellectual
exeicises each day, also some amusements
The annual address will be delivered by Gov.
Pcnnoyer, and will no doubt be a grand intel
lectual treat. He is not a Douglas connty
production however, but all should come out
and see him and hear him speak, perhaps of
some of the big things that do grow -in this
countv. Let everybody turn out in one grand
army and partake of a three day's feast of the
fat things ot the land. Now in order to ac
commodate those who have no private con
veyance a train will be run from Roseburg
and return each day; fare for the round trip
50 cents for all over 12 years old, and 25
cents for all under that age. There will also
e a restaurant kept on the ground where all
that hunger may eat. These few facts ought
to be enough to induce everyone to come, and
moreover there will be thousands oi things
there which I have not space here to mention.
Do not delay but come and see, "seeing is believing.
in Slocum's hall next Monday evening.
Episcopal services next Sunday morning
and evening also on Wednesday at 8 a. m.
Sunday school every Sunday morning at 9:45.
Roseburg is steadily progressing and we
may say it is almost booming, lor new houses
and improvements are going on, on every
Go to Moore and Evans for your fruit and
ornamental shade trees m quantities to suit
Dont believe other agents when they tell you
nobody has trees but themselves.
Henry Miller the gardener presented The
Review typos with some nice muskmelons
last Saturday which were appreciated . Talk
ing of gardeners, he takes the lead.
Miss Ella C. Sabin has returned to Port
land from her visit to San Francisco and will
accept the position as city superintendent of
schools and also master of the high school.
Mr. Johnson of the Belle Vista farm pre
sented The Review office with a fine banana
muskmelon this week jvhich was 21 inches
long. It was a beauty, and quite delicious.
There is $68,000 of school money loaned in
Douglas county on which their is no tax paid.
This with all the money invested in county
orders all goes untaxed. Thi s, it seems is not
as it should be,
R. T. Ashworth of Smith river sent to our
office some fine prunes this week one of which
measured 6 by 7Jinches in circumference.
So you see that prunes will grow anywhere in
A new Chinese treaty bill has been intror
duced into Congress since the rejection ol the
treaty by the Chinese government and it has
passed the house. It remains to be seen what
the senate will do.
The Roseburg public school opened last
Monday with 175 pupils in attendance, and
more are coming in all the time. Roseburg
now has better school facilities than any town
in Southern Oregon.
In giving the names of the teachers of our
public school last week the names of Miss
Alice Mosher and Mrs. H. C. Smick were
very erroneously spelled by our typos, and
overlooked by the proof reader.
. We had a keg of news ink standing on the
sidewalk in front ol our office when a friend
across the stteet suggested "dynamite." He
was a Democrat and no 'doubt meant that it
was dynamite for the Republican party.
Douglas Waite passed examination before
County Supt. T. O. Hutchinson this week
for a scholarship of the State University.
This county is entitled to five scholarships this
being only the third that has been taken.
There are 1 16 miles of railroad in Douglas
county, and the assessor assessed it at $3,000
per mile. This the railroad company thought
too high and made a light before the board ot
equalization to get it reduced, but without
We call attention to the notice and law con.
cerning the keeping open of stores, saloons
and all places of business on Sunday, which
our officers propose to enforce. This should
be done and our officers should be commended
for taking this step in that direction.
Our genteel deputy postmaster, S. D.
Evans returned a few days .since irom a
month's rusticating tour in Coles valley. He
killed a large four point buck while there and
brought in the horns which are all nicely
covered with velvet. He says there is no
place like Coles valley to live.
We are prepared to furnish any quantity of
extra fine fruit boxes, ol any style, size or
weight desired at prices that defy competition.
Our boxes are all made of thoroughly seasoned
sucar and yellow pine. They are brighter
lighter and stronger than any other box made
on the northwest coast. Box ends stamped
with any desired brands. With our extensive
box factory, just erected at Merlin, we are
prepared to fill large orders on short notice
Prices laid down at all points lumished on ap
Sugar Pine Door & Lumber Co.
Grants Pass, Oregon s 22.
Isadore Wollenlterg of Canyonville came
down on a visit to friends and relatives this
B. B. Brockway came down from the Sis
kiyous this week and is spending a few days
Simon Caro left Tuesday lor San Francisco
to lay in a large stock of new goods. Look
out for bargains.
Cyrus Doak of Coqnille passed through
Roseburg this week on his way to l'ortland
on a business trip.
S. C. Miller returned lasi Saturday from a
trip through southern Oregon in search of the
F. M. Gableit of Myrtle Creek came down
on the freight Tuesday evening and remained
a day in Roseburg.
Miss Ella Blake accompanied her sister,
Mrs. Moore as far as Roseburg this week on
her wedding tour.
Hon. G. Kimball returned yesterday from a
several weeks trip to Northern California
looking much refreshed.
J. B. Rouse of Cottage Grove was in Rose
burg this week on business connected with his
saw mill business at that place .
Eggers Bros, are building a nice fence
around the school house this week which im
proves the looks ol the grounds very much.
G. W. Wonacott has purchased a stock
ranch on the head of North Myrtle creek and
has moved his family to this mountain ranch.
Johnny Dowell brought us some fine melons
yesterday among them a banana mask melon
23 inches long. Johny takes the lead.
Mr. Harridan has ordered a well auger
from the Empire City Well Auger company
and will soon be prepared to bore wells in
C. Monheim went to Portland this week to
locate their in business. He is a brother-in-law
of Caro Bros, and has been in business
here with them for sometime.
John Miller returned from Portland Tues
day where he went to lay in a stock of gro
ceries for his new store. Give him a call at
D. T. Pritchard's Jewelry store.
Mrs. D. A. Jones came down from Jack
sonville this week where she has been visiting
her parents to join her husband who is spend
ing a few days here for his health.
Doug. Jones one of the compositors of the
Salem Statesman is spending a few days visit
ing his parents here. He was formerly em
ployed on the Plaindealer in this city.
- Gen. Wharton an old soldier an d comrade
of ye editor during the war arrived in this city
from Virginia this week. It is indeed a plea
sure to meet with our old friends from our na
" Prof. J . B. - Horner returned last Friday
from a trip to Baker city where he attended a
Teachers Institute. There are several per
sons living there who formerly lived in Rose
burg and he reports them doing well.
John Steele and wife were visiting at G. W.
Wonacott's on Myrtle creek this week. Mrs,
Steele w.-ll leave Monday for Kansas via
California, her husband will follow in about
a month. We are sorry to lose them and
hope they will soon return to Roseburg to
take up their abode with us . '.
J. J. Farquar tendered an invitation to The
Review force to visit his water melon patch
which was accepted and last Tuesday evening
wc went over to the island and were treated
to a feast of melons, of which he has an abun
dant crop. The whole force, the devil in
eluded, joins in extending thanks to Mr.
Farquar for this excellent treat.
Society Hem. r
... ': . - 1 1. S :
- Koscoe Oakes, a graduate of the Roseburg t
public school, is clerking and keeping books
wilh one if tho leading dry goods firms in
Baker City at a handsome salary.
Hon. E. (',. Hur.h h.ts nn enviable situation
as editor and manager of ihe Oregon Blade.
After Mr, Hursh took the management of
that journal the politics o! Baker county sud
denly changed his way.
Mr; F. P. Cronemiller and lady are lore
man and manager of the foreman in the Blade
office. This happy young couple are taking
a wise business view of life and saving much
of their handsome income for a rainy day. '
Father Hemrich has charge of the Catholic
church and school at Baker City. His field
ol labor is very extensive and he Is received
with that cordiality there that was extended
him while in Douglas county.
Mr. Rudolph Abraham, formerly of Rose
burg has charge of the largest trunk and valise
manufacturing estabishmcnt on the North
Pacific coast. He takes great pleasure in
showing visitors, through his large establish
ment especially if they hail from Douglas, his
Mr. Omega Oakes has valuable property in
BakerCity. His photograph gajlery has a
large patronage. His Health, however, is nut
as good as he might prefer.
Mr. Cistle, of Baker City, v. hone wile whs
buried in this county about two years ago con
templates visiting this city in ihe near future.
Mr. Mitchell Smith, of Baker City who
formed many acquaintances whi!e visiting wilh
the family of Hon. A. C. Jones of this city
has lately been the recipient of matrimonial
honors, and trottcth now in double harness.
l! 1t.tKI.AMt JTK3IS
Opera Coming. The Hudson-Eckert
Juvenile Opera Company will occupy Slocum's
hall Monday evening Sept. loth, presenting
the celebrated comic opera "The Mikado.'
This company is the same which appeared for
an engagement of fur weeks at the Park
theatre in Portland Ust spring, amf made there
and in Seattle, Victoria and other northern
cities the chief sua e s of the dramatic season .
It is composed of twenty six young lads ami
misses, whose csrt.'f.iiy tranud voices, ednca
ted musical ability, an I dramatic tnk-nt have
united to place the ogranintida uj-.m a plane
of excellt-nre equal to that occupied by any
opera company ever seen upon this coast.
The tiH'inlxris have I .ten brought to the de
gree of musical perfection they possess by the
energetic training of T. Wilinott Eckert, the
well known San Francisco tenor singer, under
whose personal direction each opera 6f the
repertoire is presented. That Roseburg is
favored by a pesformanee of this celebrated
company is due to the fact that the propritors,
Messrs. Hudson & Bulkley are residents of
Drain, where they have recently located, and
they desire to open their first Pacific Coast
Theatrical venture in their own county; there
lore they stop the Junevilc Opera company for
one night in Roseburg, on their overland
journey from San Francisco to Portland. The
plan ol the hall cair lie seen at the post office,
where reserved seats "are on sale.
rn vttrri a ppoixtmbxts.
The Corvallis Coi i.ece. Tho staff of
professors oTthe state agricultural college has j
been finally chosen except the lady professor
of hygiene and household economy. It is as
follows: B. L. Arnold, of Corvallis, presi
dent; Prof. G. Grim, ol Michigan, professor
of agricultural and director of ihe experiment
station; Prof. F. Bcrchiold, modern languages
and drawing; Prof. W. W. Bristow, commcr
cial and farming bookkeeping, and principal
of the preparatory department; D. D. Letcher,
late of the Virginia Military Institute, mathe
matics, civil engineering and drawing; W. N
Hull, late of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, rhetoric,
elocution, and physiology; E. R. Lake, of
Michigan, botany and horticulture; Dr. P.
Herbert Irish, late of Amherst college and
Gottingen, Germany, professor of chemistry.
The selection of this staff cf distinguished
teachers is the result of weary months of cor
respondence on the part of the board of re
gents. The session begins September 12th.
Insane. A man named Wm. Smith was
brought in from Riddle and was examined be
fore the county board of examiners Wednesday
and was adjudged insane. He was taken to
the asylum Wednesday night by sheriff Agee
Certificates Granted. The following
persons were granted certificates at the exam-:
ination Aug. 29, 30, and 31: Second grade,
MissevLurinda Cooper, Ella Cooper, Maggie
Wilw, and Mary Baker. Third grade, Miss
CARD OF T1IAXK8.
New Use For Melons. "It has been
practically demonstrated by Mis. E. J. Rams
dell," says the Grants Pass Courier, "that a!
number one syrup can be made from water-i
melon cider, she having experimented in this!
way. rrom two gallons ot cider made fiom;
the pulp of two or three small melons, a pint!
of as fine flavored syrup was made as onci
could desire. That frem which syrup can be1
made will produce sugar, after undergoing thej
usual process, and melons, it is aiilhoratively1
stated, will produce aliout four times as much
saccharine as that from the sugar cane."
Dr. J. B. Filkington Will be at the
McClellan house, Roseburg aU day Wednes-i
day Sept. 12th, iSSS, and particularly invites
the attention of all afflicted who have been!
given np as "incurable" those who have
stopped "doctoring" as useless. Dr. P. has
been appointed by Dr. Eugene Jordan as
agent for his Ilistogenelic Medicines which
are deemed to be curing hundreds of the most
intractable cases of disease. (Have been cm
dorsed by Hon. Thos. Smith of Roseburg)
Nervous chronic and rectal diseases and especi
ally uterine or pulmonary sufferers specially
.Clcrpland and Thorrhan. . .- .
John Elliott ol-Kellops was. in town Satur
day. . . .
- Business i now very tioitve in onr thrifty
little city. '1 : .
i Judge BloomtieUl's conn has lieen in session
this week. - - ; - .
Capt. George Short of Wilbur was in Oak
land last Monday. ,
J Miss Lucy Hay is in arrive in Oakland on
Friday or" Saturday.- .
Miss Belle Dimmick of Portland is visiting
n Oakland and vicinity.
Thequestion now seems to, be, arc we to
have any school this fall? ' - - -
The happiness of your life depends upon
the character of your thoughts.
Judge and Mrs. Stearns returned to their
home in Portland last Saturday.
Rev.Mr. Marcellus will preach in Oakland
on next Sabbath morning and evening.
There is now more' whttat in our ware
houses than at (he same lime of an v previous
Chas. 1 Fisher, editor and pulisher of the
TJmpqua Herald was in Oakland on last Sat
urday and Sunday. :
Voting & Hammitte have bought out the
hardware department of A. F, Brown's gen
eral merchandise store. "
For an intelligent outspoken, uncompro
mising Democratic paper the Bandon Record
er is not to be surpassed.
Sampson Sutherlin has sold one ol his fine
farms to a Mr. Melvin of California. The
price paid we do not at this time know.
They who crouch at our feet are longing to
make us fall,. Be very careful of fawners for
friendship and flattery are deadly foes.
Rev. Mr. Wade came home from Portland
on last Friday, ruid on Sabbath preached to
his congregation morning and evening.
Miss Sue Burt, Mary. Dimmick, . Mary
Bunch and Lou Dimmick were in Oakland
last week on their way home from the circus.
Captain Dtowrr aTKcllocns spent several
days in Oakland this Week,' and being fond of
good newspaper reading he subscribed for The
Miss Mary Baker, Jennie Sturgeon and
Anna Baker: three of Douglas county's excel
lent teachers left Oakland this week for their
new fields of work. '
j A human subject has been met with in a
St. Louis dissecting room without collar liones.
This struclnre is that of most of the vertebrate
such as lions, bears etc. .
Miss II. Jate camei up from Dillard on
Tuesday eveuing and after spending a day or
two here' will go to Brownsville where she will
engage in the millinery business.
A dastardly villain may change his location
as often as he will and advertise in all the
newspapers in trie land and yet not succeed.
His base conduct will follow him to the ends
of the earth.
Malice, envy, guile, evil-speakings, and
such like things,' are wrong and cannot dwell
in the heart of a Christian. Examine your
self in the light of this fact, and if they aie in
your heart get rid of them at once.
The habit of pu ting the worst onstruclion n
the motives of other peoples actions will make
you both mean and miserable before you know
it. Judge others by the best that is in your
own nature rather than by the worst.
Wc admire the position taken by the
Herald concerning that contract for keeping
the poor of Douglas; county. Tax payers
1 should not be imposed uiton by a fraud of such
stupendous proportiont arid hundreds of them
are expressing their extreme dissatisfaction
with this contract by signing petitions asking
for its reconsideration,
The ice cream festival held at Brown's hall
on last Wednesday evening under the direc
tion of the ladies of the Presbyterian church
was largely attended and was a perfect success
both socially and financtrflyr-The exercises
consisted of both vocal and instrumental mus
ic, addresses, recitations and tableaux, was all
of a creditable nature, and was well apprecia
ted. Lack of space forbids any special men
tion. After the exercises refreshments, con
sisting of ice cream, peaches and cream and
cake were served, and for a time all the ladies
in waiting were kept busy serving the many,
All in all this was one of the most enjoyable
affairs that we have ever attended. It is
to be hoped that many more such gatherings
as this will be chronicled during the coming
fall and winter.
D im MitUlm of OrvffoM Jfrlhlt Mf Con
' fi-n-Hcfi WUl h Utmttd Thla Ymr. .
Eur.F.NEClTY, Sept. 3. The Oregon con"
Terence ol tne M. E. church has 1een in ses
sion in this city since Thursday August 30,
with a full attendance of its members. The
sessions have been harmonious and largely at
tended by citizens of this place. Bishop
This evening at, 7 o'clock the appointments
for ihe coming year were announced as fol
M C Wire, presiding elder.
Amity G W Roork.
Astoria circuit To 1 supplied.
I'eaverton circuit C M Bryan.
Brooks To be supplied. ' - ,.
Columbia chapel and Fairview J II Wood.
Cornelius -F L Post. (
Dayton W A Wilson. i
Fast Portland Centenary I D Driver.
Adams street and Albina To lie supplied.
Forest Grove B E Case. '
HillsboroE S Cavern.
Hubbard circuit N M Skipworth.
Lafayette circuit J Mclntire.
.McMinnville G F Round.
Mount Tabor John Parsons.
Oregon City L R Janney.
Portland Grace church, Ross C Houghton;
Hall street and Hood street, C E Chne; Tay
lor street A Kummer; Chinese mission, to be
Powell Valley A C Fairchild.
St. Helens C Anderson.
St. Johns To be supplied.
Salem Wm Rollins.
Sellwood and Oswego .W I Nicldols.
Sheridan S L Lee.
Silverton To be supplied.
Tillamook A II Nichols.
Violar-To be supplied.
Thomas Van Scoy president , S A Starr pro
fessor, F P Tower endowment agent, N Doane
lecturer on theology in Willam.eite university
and n embersof the Salem quarterly confer
ence. . j ' -.
W. S. Harrison, editor of Pacific Chnstain
Advocate, and member of Grace church
EUOENB CITY DISTCICtI
S. P. u tlson, presiding elder.
Albany II P Webb.
Ashland H P Satchwcll.
Brawnsville circuit II B Ell worthy.
Canyonville circuit To be supplied.
Corvallis J W Spangles.
Dallas circuit T F Royal. j
Dexter circuit To be supplied, i
Drain circuit To be supplied, s
Empire City circuit To be supplied
Eugene City O B Whitman.
Grant's Pass J S McCane. !
Jacksonville circuit J W Miller.
Halsey 1) T Summerville. j
Lebanon Walter Skipworth. !
Monroe circuit Robert Booth. !
Roseburg E Gitteas.
Shedd H Gould. I
Springfield circuit F H Caldcr.
Stayton circuit W Hurlburt. j
Turner curcuit Sprague Davis.:
Wilbur circuit M Sweeney. !
Vaquina and Newport I II Rourk
MEltS BROS. ClttCVB.
The above named circus w in Eoseburg
fas: Thursday in alt its dazzling splendor, a
full account of which we cmild not give last
week owing to the fact that we went to press
belore the show was- over. The "small boy
was up betimes to see the arrival ol the train
and unloading of animals. The procession at 10
A. u. made a good Mi.ming with its two, four,
six and eight horse teams of tine horses, alo
six Shetland ponies, the four c?mel team and
the two trick mules drawing wagons, besides
the band wagons and the six elephants. The
open cages of lions, "tigers, hyenas and the
clowns and lady riders also the steam caliope,
which by the way was one of the principal
features, composed an imposing cavalcade
Then came the usual side show with its extra
attractions such as the dwarf, the giant, the
fat woman, the wild men and the Alabama
minstrels, In the afternoon- the mahagerie
and circus were tbe main attractions. The
principal features of the circus were the bare
back riding, the tumblers and limber men, the
statuary, and chief above all was the trained
elephant, which was the leading feature.
The acrobats, aerial performances, Russian
athletes, the Roman gladiators, Hippodrome
races Captain Bogardus & Sons the champion
all round shots of the world, and the bicycle
The management ol this circus is very good'
no gambling games being allowed here, and
we can truly say that much is due to Col.
Chas. Seeley the press representative for fair
and square dealing in paying bills and liberal
dealing with the press. They were the most
gentlemanly set of circus, men that ever visited
XOX rXBBA AVMI BACJtA VAUKH..
There is now in the vicinity of Hilgard five
mills and another ordered liesides two or three
others talked of soon.
Mrs. A, W. Strange has about recovered
from a severe spell ol sickness which confined
her to the house for about two months.
Mrs. A. C- Cox formerly of Willmr but
now of Sparta precinct this county was a guest
of Mrs. Dr. Strange in La Grande last week
Miss Matlic Strange who taught the Hil
gard school in the spring, has secured a school
in the valley where she will teach the fall
Farmers in the Grande Ronde valley are
very busy harvesting their hay and grain of
which there is a fair yield considering the dry
season, though the outlook is not very flater
ing for a good price.
The lumber and tie business all through the
Blue mountains is also booming. The U. P.
R. R. Co. are still shipping ties at the rate ol
2000 or 3000 per day and will probably con
tinue for two months yet. The demand for
lumber in the east is still increasing. The de
mand now exceedes the supply and if it contin.
ues at the present rate there will have to 1 a
I gd many more saw miils put up or else send'
j the buyers to some other section
j Wm. Noyes of the Oregon lumber company
j is putting in a planer at his lumber yarft and
; in a short, time will add a shingle mill 'and
i chopping mill. He will then be able to sup
j ply the people with all kinds of rough and
dressed lumber shingles or chop feed in quanti-
! tie to suit their pockets. We have also a
W T Van Scoy was leii without appoint, j very fine lot donated to the district providing
meni, mat nc may attend some one ol our
schools. He will be a member of the Turner
quarterly conference. - i x
Geo Harting, Adam Keppler, F W Burk-
holtz, II Hansen, Albert L Roenekc, Adam
Bushier, Carl Jans and John Hager were ap
pointed missionaries m the North Pacific mis
C J Larscn and John Jacobson were ap
pointed missionaries in the Norwegian and
Danish missions. , j
WHAT AS KM1X1SXT MDVCATuR
says or ocb nuAUTirvi,
Tim I'olloirinff Jixtraet Ham Tatea Fi-M
" HTex tiitttrrln ml JiccorHrr" Jssunl
We wish to return our sincere thanks to the
many friends for acts of kindness and atten
tion during the sickness and death of our in
fant son. Mr. and Mrs. John Lane.
Out of the Breastworks.
Tatk Springs, Tenn., July 4, 1888. s
Thf Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ga.:
Gentlemen Seven years ago I contracted
an exceedingly bad case of blood poison, I
tried a physician, the best at command, but
secured no benefit. My throat began to
get sore, and my body covered with sores
and ulcers. Going from bad to worse, I
felt that my grave must be reached in the
near future. I eave uo the doctors' treat"
ment, and with a despairing hope I com
menced takinir vour medicine.. I began to
improve from the first bottle, and in a short
time tne ulcers neaiea, ana my skid uwrai
e(t and nil entirclv well.
One year ago a case of catarrh developed
in my system. The physician did his best,
but could not cure me ; but two bottles ol
Swift's Specific gave me permanent relief.
J. H. Robinson.
Kaufman, Tex., June 23, 1888.
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.:
Gentlemen I have been afflicted with a
skin disease for about twelve years, and the
best medical treatment failed to give me re
lief. I am now using Swift's Specific, and
have received the greatest benefit from its
use. Yours truly, Wm. Jones.
- For sale by all druggists.
The Swift Specific Co.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
New York, 756, Broadway.
London, Eng., 35 Snow IIC
What True Merit mil Do.
The unprecedented sale of Boschee's Ger
man Syrup wit,hin a few years, has astonished
the world. It is without doubt the safest and
best remedy ever discovered for the speedy
and effectual cure of Coughs, Colds and the
severest Lung troubles. It acts on an en
tirely different principle from the usual pre
scriptions given by Physicians, as it does not
dry up a cough and leave the disease still in
the system, but on the contrary removes the
cause of the trouble, heals the parts affected
and leaves them in a purely healty condition.
A bottle kept in the house for use when the
diseases make their appearance, will save doc
tor's bills and a long spell ol serious illness.
A lrif I will convince you of these facts. It is
positively sold by all druggists and general
dealers in the land. Price, 75 cts , large bottles.
Look Out For Borers. E. K. Ander
son reports that his young thirty acre peach
orchard, planted and under the care last year
of I lammon Bros . , has been found to be so
badly infested by lorers as to be almost ruined,
ana a sample root exninitea uy Air. a. was
found to be as badly infested as could be con
ceived. Orchardmen should examine their
young trees carefully, to guard agiinst this
pest. The knife is the only remedy. In
May examine the roots, take out tho grubs if
you find any, then pack earth clostly around
the tree.- A little ashes or lime is an excel
. All store shops, grocery, billiard . and
Saloon Keepers, will take due notice, thaf
alter this date, all violations of sections 1S90
I and 1009 of the statutes ol the State of Ore
gon, will be inforccd as therein provided-r-
which reads as follows; section 1S90. 'If
any person sh-all keep open any s'.ore
shop, grocery, ball-alicy inliiaru room
or tippling house etc etc, on the first day of
the week commonly called Sunday or tho
Lords day, such persons upon conviction there
I of shall be punished by fine not less than five
nor more than fifty dollars. Section 1909.
'No person shall keep ojien any house or
room in w hich intoxicating liquors are kept
for retail, on the first day of the week etc etc
Section 1912 it is hereby made the duty
of all Magistrates, Sheriffs and Constables
to report to the Grand jury all violations of
the provisions of this act which may come
to their knowledge in their respective counties.
J A. E;cf.rs, Justice of the Peace.
II. S. French, Constable. '
Roseburg, Or., Sept. 7th, iSSS.
Notice For Publication
Land Office at Roscbonr, Or.. Sept. , 1888.
MOT1CK Id HEKEBY OIVEN THAT THE KOL
ljl lnwinv named aettler ha filed notice of his
intention la make final proof in support of his
claim, and that aaid proof will be marie before the
Reewter or Receiver ot U. 0. band utnee at Kose
burg Or., on Saturdav Oct. in, 118, viz:
Homestead entry No. S1M6 for the 8 W 1 of S Wi
Sec. 14, Tp. 28, S R 5 Went W M. lie names the
following wimeaes to prove hi continuons retri
dence upon and cultivation of, aaid land, via: Wm.
Li. Ingram, Andrew . lofrram, niutam w nitseit,
Henry Boltinghouse, ait of Roeoarg, Douglas coun
CHAs. W. JOHSSTOX, '
Singing school a failure.
John Hogan is still threshing. i
The old blue machine is laid np fur rest. j
Mr. Chas. Hunt killed a large bear on the
We understand there will be a wedding
Mr. Arthur Disbrow lost a fine mule some
Miss Alice Hogan is going to take her de
parture for Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Joha L.' Spriggs was the
guest of .Mr. Tom Wilson last Sunday. :
I notice that John R . Sutherlin was run
ning cattle last Sunday, he is good with the
Elmer Littrel and brother Will have a very
large crop of grain some where near 1 2 thou
sand bushel . '
We have one young man in our vicinity
who will shoot glass balls with any one in the
state of Oregonor $100 and further more I
will give his name, Elmer Littrel.
- - .-,
Tuesday night the Hon. John M. Bloss de
livered the final lecture before otp; institute;
the subject was Oregon. He had prepared
a large map, nine feet by eight following the
mountain ranges the rivers and the valleys
and its railroads. When compared with little
Rhode Island, which he had placed in the
corner of the map it was easy to understand
that Oregon was a state of magnificent dis
tances, and w hen he had descrilied the great
timber Ijelts of Oregon, pine and cedar its
rich gold fields its valley filled with waving
wheat, beautiful apples, luscious peaches, and
its immense crops of prunes, it was seen that
it was not only a state of magnificent distance
but infinite possibilities.
- lie took the teachers, in imagination,
through the state, starting with their trip over
Siskiyou mountains from California; described
the welcome they would receive when they
i reached the foot of the mountains at Ashland,
from the southern normal school then to
Roseburg where they would be welcomed
by Prof. John B. Horner, in their new and
beautiful school building. One could almost
see the little city, the river, and the salmon,
and the speckled trout.
He paid a beautiful tribute tothe people of
Willamette valley at Albany, Salem and Port
land. He described in graphic language the
scenery ol the Columbia, Mt, Hood, Multno
mah falls, with its plunge of 800 ft,, the curi
osity of the Dalles, and his trip to the Nelson
placer gold mine near Baker city.
He took his audience from snowy peaks,
through torturous canons, over fertile valleys
to the shores of the Pacific. He described the
climate a; delightful and paid a tribute to the
energy and ability of the State Supt. of public
instruction, E. B. McElroy whe was so care
fully managing the educational interests of the
mey ouua a scnool house on it and steps are
being taken in that direction now. There is
also a good lot set apart and donated for a
cuurcn wnicn we nope 10 be able to build in a
Politics are very quiet so far in this county.
Democrats are still sore because of their de
feat in June and Republicans arc a little afraid
to make much noise for lear the tables might
be turned in November. This county is not
likely to make much stir through the campaign
but that need not hinder us from voting and it
is my opinion that Union county wiil at the
November election poll as large a majority for
Cleveland and Thurman as she did for the Re
publican candidates in June and so ought
every county in the state.
Hilgard is booming. Booming because she
is no longer a little out of the way place with
nothing to attract ones attention but a single
lumber yard and water tank. She is now a
town, surveyed and laid off in town lots 30X
100 feet and streets 66 feet wide. Lots are
selling at figures ranging from $15 to $60 and
selling lively too. There is already in two
weeks time one good dwelling gone up and
the family moved in, and a j;ood hotel in 1
course of construction. Also our enterprising
merchant E. P. Stephens is building a good
two story store. 24x48 which he intends to
stock up with a fine assortment of dry goods
groceries glass ware crockery etc etc.
S. A. W.
A Tieeutt Xtmrm' F.rj
770 Broadway, Ncw York, Marc
I have been using Attack's Pt
for 30 years, and found them one
of family medicines. Briefly sen;
experience, 1 say that when pU
small of the back Alh-ck' Plasters
1 brain exhaustion, debility attd kidt-
tics. For women and jtuldreri J v
them invaluable. TsJ never it
skin or cause the tligV -A pain, but -threat,
croupy coughs, colds, pains
back or chest, indigestion and bov.
plaints... CD. FWDitii
Tifts Sine Ltterl Mora Kit. .
It is worthy of lecuril that to"Rosebnrg the
Modern Athens belongeth the honor of issuing
to the world the first effusion of poems pub
lished in 000k form in the ti'e of Oregon j with nervous energy, and thus cu
even lietore Joaqin Miller pjb.i :. hetvf
ebrated "Songs of the Sierras," Tne Pio
neers Offering," wis printed at the Ensign
office by Gale Bros, and published at Rose
burg in August 1867; by our townsman Henry
II. Woodward. The work was highly appre
ciated by persons of cultivated and poetic
mind at the time, aad was favorably commen
ted upon by the unbiased, Newspaper press
of the whole coast. The book consisted of
musical poem of 16 pages and is even now at
the, present time quoted in San Francisco price
lists at $3 per copy and by real critics is con.
sidered to be a choice production of the Muses
Art. and has become very rare." We are
pleased to state that Mr. Woodward is still
endowed with the divine afflatus and courts
the "Sisters Nine." He is a member of one
of the leading literary societies of the world.
Honor to whom honor is due,' sayeth The
Honi soil qui malyper.tr. ,
Horace has declared in a sufficiently hack
neyed passage that neither gods, nor men
nor booksellers, can stand the minor poet; but
this remark, whether true or not, appears
to exercise but very little weight with
the minor poet himself. Year by year with
a perseverance worthy of a better cause, he
presents himself and his little volume of verse
to the "chorus of indolent irresponsible re
viewers," and with an ingenuous confidence
demands their suffrages. What ensues is only
too well known, and need not be enlarged on
here. But when the bilious critic sallies, out
on the 'warpath as he invariably does in
his paint and feathers, and "carrying his
tomahawk along,' a heavenly pity (we con
fess it) it bedews our eyes, for we remember
that what is spqffcto the luckless singer, and
that day m his life is not to be marked with
white chalk. But yet, notwithstanding the
war of extermination that has been waged
against him, the minor poet continues to live,
and even contrives to increase and multiply.
FIRE AT THE DALLES.
TO OUR PATRONS. .
We respectfully call your attention t
Acker a English JPrepa i -tions
For which we have had the sole agency for
Roseburg for a long time. We knew ih
to possess superior merits and to be hunt t
goods. Our experience has convinced s t U ;;t
they are all they claim to be. . For allTnr t
and Lung Trouble Alters English Remedy is
the standard medicine. While Akers Dj
pepsia Tablet! are beyond all doubt superior
to any remedy for Dyspepsia or any ailment
arising from a disarranged stomach. . They
are a sure cure and we guarantee them. Be
low Mrs. David Moore simply voices the uni
versal verdict of our customers.
To Thb People Of Rosebum '
I know by personal observation that Ackers
English Remedy for coughs is potent and
safe, both it and Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets I
have taken myself and administered them to
others always with unvarying success; both
ought to be in every house in this town. V
Mrs. David. Mooee.
We could add many testimonials: like the
following to the efficacy of "T
Ackitra Blood JSllxir x
I have derived so much decided benefit r .
taking Ackers Blood Elixir that I resitA
tingly endorse it as a medicine of unusual relia
bility. I nitre all who mav be afflieteU with
disorders of the blood to give this most ' .xcel
lent remedy a fair trial because I am sa Visi
ter doing so they will eorroberate try- 'e-
uicui ui wine, auu mans me lor cnaki
Jas. A. Steeu.i
Ackers Baby Soot Jier
Is in great favor with Mothers, as it cc
no opium or morphine. . It relieves th
jrom pain, produces sleep and wheait
is invigorated and refreshed. It is a pi -for
us to furnish the public with these pr
tions. They give the beat satisfaction
sell them upon a positive guarantee th
will do just what is represented.: We
fund the price paid if they fatt.
A. C. Maksters
TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS CO UP
j IK FLAMES AND SMOKE,
Tut Dalles, Sept. 2. -This rooming at half
past 2 o'clock a destructive fire occurred, con
suming property amounting to $25,000. The
fire started in an alley back of a .furniture
store and auction house, and spread rapidly.
The losers are:
- Mak Vogt. eight buildings: loss, $Sooo; in
Mr. Sanders, two; insurance unknown.
Ceo. A. Lielie, four buildings; loss, $2000;
no insurance. .
Mrs. Ben Korten, $5000; insurance, $350.
O. D. Taylor, $1500; insurance, $1000.
Mr Brookhouse, $1000; no insurance.
Frencn & Co., $1000; fully insured.
Mrs. A. Gray, $1500; insurance $1900.
-A.j Wintermier, $500; no insurance,
P.;j. Nicholas. Si Coo: some insirancc.
S. Kline, $500; insured. j
Dietzel Bros., $200; insured.
D.jW. Edwards, $3500; no insurance.
McFarland & French, $1000; insured.
A.ai. Coy, Mrs. Robbins, L. W. John
son; Mrs. Doherty and Mr. Kerns, loss ol fur
niture. Mr. Adams loses material in shoe shop; in
surance uuknown .
Mrs. Booth's buildings damaged; insured. -Mrs.
C. E. Chrisroan, goods damaged; ful
Nearly two blocks are leveled to the ground,
except three brick and three frame buildings.
P. J. Nichols was injured in the back by a
hose, but not dangerously. Frank Aberne
thy, bruised hand and breast, not seriously.
1 here was no wind or else the flames would
have swept the eastern portion . of the city.
Estimates of loss cannot be definitely ascer
tained at present, and the figures given may
Cstreor J(la. .
Piles are frequently precededb
of weight in the back, loins and I
of the abdomen, causing the M
pose be bat affection of tb.kidneyi
boring organe. At times, symptr
di get tion are present, flatulency,
of the stomach, eta. A moisture
piration, producing a very disajoe
ing, after getting warm, it a coma
aat Blind, Bleeding and Itcl
yield at once to the applicatu
Botanco't Pile'remedy, which ac
upon the part effected, absorbii
mora, allaying the intenan itch:
fecting a permanent cure. Prict
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Every case cured. Chamber)
Cholera and Diarrhoea ' Reined
every case in which it has been
common and chronic, and I honestly tie'icn
it the best ever used for those disease. I
have had a great many calls fort i.t B. f .
Winters, Moore, Texas. Sold by A. C.
Martlets & Co.
Dr. OnHMt't Improve hirer PiUm.'
Removes constipation, prevents malaria
cures dyspepsia, and gives new Kfe to the ty-.
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BOWMAN. At Civil Bend Aug 31, tSSS,
to the wile of John Bowman a daughter the
mother is not doing Well.
Cloudy weather. -Everybody
about through threshing.
Mr. Beckley is doing a thriving business in
his store, also Mr. McFarlin in the hotel .
Mr. Hargan has sold his farm near Elkton
for the sum of J4000 to Mrs. Lord of Cali
fornia. . . '
Mr. Moore of Eastern Oregon has come to
locate. He says there is no place like old
Douglas. Come one and all there is room for
Mr O. C. Brown shot himself on Sunday
last with a pistol. He with some othe(
parties started out hunting, Mr. Brown putting
the pistol in his coat pocket and mounting his
horse the pistol was discharged by striking
the saddle, the "ball striking the thigh bone
and ranging upward and passing out at the
back. Mr. Brown was employed to teach the
Elkton school and his many friends hopes for
speedy recovery so he can be at his post again.
Elk Brad Item:
NOTICE IS HF.BEnY OIVES THAT THE UX
dcrnirned has been duly appointed by the couiuy
court of Douglas county, administrator of the es
tate of Louisa A. Minard, deceased. All persons
holding claims against said estate, will present the
same to me with proper vouchers at Bosebum within
sixmon ths from tin's date, gTKrHiUf Mikaid,
July 23,1S. ' Administrator.
Cloudy weather awl smoke are abundant.
Chas. Brown is.having a house built near
The buzz of the threshing machine will
soon be heara in Shoestring. T"
Rev. G. O. Hendricks is teaching the
school over in the Rice settlements
Jas. McKinney who, talked considerable of
getting a threshing machine has failed.
Ben E. Dougherty has returned from Kel
logg where he has been working during the
Mrs. Chas. E. Lane has returned from Al
bany, Oregon where she has been visitin? rel
atives and friends for the past few weeks.
X. Y. Z.
Health in this locality is good.
Lizzie Wright is on the sick list.
Our blacksmith is over run with work.
Harvesting is over and the boys are happy.
Howard Ward and his bet girl -attended
iMrs, S. Mendcll purchased a fine stove a
low days agu ' i
Mrs. Crcnot is improving nnder Dr. Mil
Mr. and Mrs. W.O.Wright were out to
their place several days ago. j
Wc are glad to state Mrs. : Dnnham who
got her arm broke is improving
Thomas Scott of Hogan went to Roseburg
lest week to view the sights at the show.
R. A. Woodruff's steam thresher is giving
general satisfaction throughout this settlement,
Chas. Collins of Susanville Cal., is visiting
his brother E. Collins for the benefit of hit
health. : I
Mrs. Harvey Joaes will move to your city
soon lor the purpose of sending her children
to school. :
Miss Sarah Casebeer has left for Comstock
where she goes to take charge of the school
at that place.
Our school is in need of a teacher. Some
are in favor ot Miss Edith Callahan which we
think would be a good selection.
MOORE BLAKE. In Looking Glass Sep
tember 4th, iSSS, Mr. S. E. Moore to Ida
A. Blake, Rev. T. P. Haynes officiating.
The wedding took place just at noon imme
diately after which the guests partook of an
excellent dinner prepared for the occasion
The contracting parties are subjects of special
congratulation; the bride being one of the fair
est and most highly esteemed young ladies ol
Looking Glass. The groom formerly of Linn
county has recently purcliased a store in Pata
ha city W. T. and has the ability to rank
with the tnst class business men of that city,
They left on Wednesday mornings Jrain for
their new home. The Review -acknowl
edges the receipt of some excellent cake aud
joins many friends in ' hearty cbngratulatirns
to the happy couple.
CRAIG DAVIS. At Independence.
Aug. 31st, Rev. J. W. Craig P. E. of Ore
gon Dist. M. E. Church South, to Miss
Davis of Independence Polk County Ore
Mrs. Craig is the guest of Rev. T. P,
Haynes of Roseburg while the Rev. J. W,
Craig has gone to Empire City Cobs County
Oregon to solemnize the rile of matrimony
between the Rev. W. B. Smith ami Miss Ada
Lamb which took place Sept. the 5th, 1SS8,
at the icsidencc of Hon. J. J. Lamb of Em
pire City. "
THRUSH-FORDNEY.- In Roseburg Mon
day Sept. 3, iSSS, Mr. Lincoln Thrush to
Miss Hattie Fordney Rev. II. B. Johnson
HE SIMPLY rtllt Ills DUTY.
A loeomotivo Engineer ft Km Decline
Money for Baring Saved the Train.
Last Friday night, as the Oregon express
was sweeping around a sharp curve between
Grant's Pass and Roseburg, the engineer, Ed
Elliot, saw that the bridge spanning a deep
ravine but a few yards in advance of the rapid
ly approacmng train was on fire. He imme
diately applied the lull force of air brakes, and
not a moment too soon. Seven bents of the
high trestle had already been burned, and the
train was stopped barely in time io escape be
ing hurled into the yawning chasm below.
There were about fifty first-class passengers
on the train at the time, and on the hat being
passed through the Pullmans the sum of $70
was raised among the grateful occupants to re
ward the engineer for his faithfulness in the
midst of danger to the trust reposed in him
Elliott thanked the donors, but positively
refused to accept the money, adding that "he
had simply done his duty, and that the com
pany paid him for his services." The passatv
gers relumed to their car with a hearty appre
ciation of the true heart that in this instance
beat teneath the greasy waistcoat of the loce
motive driver, and with a keener sense than
they ever possessed before of their complete
dependence for safety on "the man in the cab,"
who often saves the lives of those, on the
train behind him only at the imminent risk of
his own. Oregonian.
Just hat the people all want. 1 have used .
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dianln--.
Remeby with satisfactory results. M- neigh
bors have also used it to the ax.
It it a first class remedy, and or
to recommend for bowel cm
Aue, Post Master, Leon Sprin . 1
Texas. Sold by A. C. Marsters oS
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Xo Da Faith. . ' y
I had been troubled all winter. artth rr A an! .
pain in the enest and got no relief from reme
dies reccodimended by druggist sand physicians.
At tne saie time I was. advertising Dr. Bo
sanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, f hs4 lutlc
faith, but thought to try it as a la -sort,
now I believe even more than they i me ul
its curative qualities. It rem lit rws.
i-lizabethtown, Ky.l Sample bottle ( cenu
at W. S. Hamilton
LEHNHERR. In Rnsehnrrj, Saturday
September 1st, 1S88, little Effie Lehnherr,
only daughter of Isaac Lehnherr dice! or
LANK In North Rosc'.mrg Tuesday Sept.
4th, 1S88, Harry Shelby Lane infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. Col. John Lane died with
cholera inlanhnii, aged I month and 30
The mother aftvr much patient watching and
nursing had to give up her little one who died
after many days of suffering. It was born but
to lie transplanted in that fairer clime beyond.
To Whom It May Concekn: My wife
Mrs. E. Birdsall, nee Alice McCarty, haviag
left my bed and board, oh the 17th of July,
1SS8, without any provocation I will not be
responsible for any debts contracted by her
from the date of this notice. I
Dated, Portland, July 2S, 188S.
Signed E. Birdsall.
Xotice for Publication.
Land OttW at Rmehurg Or., Aug. 10, 1888.
-V-OTK'K IH HEREBY GIVEN THATTHE FOL
x lowing-named settler has filed iHrtice of his in-tcntin-i
to maka Anal proof in supprrt of his claim.
and that mid pruuf aril! b maie before the Ueister
or llweivtr of U. M. Land nice at Kcaeliurj, Or, on
Wednesday Oct. 10. ISSS, vis:
I! K.NUY A. BMITIT.
Homestead entry No. XiU for the lots , .1, 6, k 1.
Sue. 12 Tl. 29 S. K. 6 West W. M. He names the
full'twittjr witnesses to proTe hia rontinnous resilience)
upon and cultivation of said land, viz: K. ft 8:ro-r,
a. L. Uirkrsnn, W. K. Ruckles, W. II- Smith.
All of Hrrtle Creek Don(tsCo. OrWon.
chas. w. Johnston,
Drain, Or., Aug. 30, 1888.
tun or Statesman: In your excellent
paper for Aug. 28, is the erroneous statement
that the Monmouth Normal school 1 the only
one entitled to grant its graduates diplomas
permitting them to teach in the public schools.
ine normal scnool at urain nas the same
privilege. See Hill's Code of Oregon. "
I write this, as you have always cheerfully
corrected euors. Respectfully Yours,
W C. Hawley.
TnarrlcTOu. We are glad to make the cor
rection. But this is new proof that the sys
tem is a most unreasonable one. Better alio1
those who finish the course of any of a number
of public schools in the state to teach in the
rest of the public schools without the formal
ity ot passing examinations and securing
county certificates or state diplomas. The
Drain "academy" is not nearly so efficient in
the turning out of good school teachers as the
Salem high school, or a number of other pub
lie schools in the state. This outrage is more
extensive than the public knew. The priv-
lege of the Monmouth "n-mnal" school was
too great an outrage on the educational system
of the state the same privilege possessed by
the Drain "normal" school is worse. The
not legislature should and will make short
work of repealing the privilege. Statesman.
Candidate for Marshal.
I respectfully announce to my fellow citizens
of Roseburg that I will be a candidate at the
ensuing election for city marshal and if elected
will perform the duties of said office to the
best of my ability. W. B. Singleton,
August 27th, 1SS8. i -
Candidate tor Treasurer.
Mr. N. II . Frohlir!,stein, ..f Mobile, Ala.. -
writes: I take great p'rasare in recommending
lr. Nines rew Discovery lor tonsunji !i,.
having used it lor a severe attack of hii4 M
and latarrn. it gavejucirjsjajt -fell. aurl
entirety curea me auu 1 nave not tieen an. i'ice.J
since. I also beg ,;o state that 1 ha.: I tri..
other remedies with no good result, ffltave
also used Electric Bitters and Ir. Kinc'tS r
Lile Pills both of which I can recomrnend.
Dr. King's New Discovery for ConsumlDtmn
Coughs and colds, sold on a positive! guar
antee. 1 nai ootaes tree at v. h. Hamt iton'
Drug Store. " I .
Always Ready. If you will just take th..
pre-caution lo keep a bottle of ChajriUerltV
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ra-rnedy IB
hand you will always be ready to cote lny
form of bowel complaint. It is prepasrd e.
pecially for that purpose,, and is a suic cure
J Sets, per bottle. Sold by A. C, H,r-tei
Wonderful Csrraa. 1
W. D. Hovt & Co.. Whoied. k Je..-1
Druggists of Rome, Ga. say: We ha U
selling Dr. King's New Discovery, Ere
Bitters and Bucklen's Arnica Salve fc t
years, nave never Handled remidies th'
as well, or give such universal satisali;: -There
have been some wondcriul V"
effected by these medicines in this city. "
eral cases of pronounced Consumption1""
been entirely cured by use of a few hottl
rtr v v. r:.. i
ttnn with Electric Bitters. We gasjr
litem always. Sold by W. S. Hamilton
For Summer Complaint osc Clui'
lam's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
it is perfectly safe for children of
5cts. per botll:. Sold by A. C.
& Co. v
Ready Wits tssts. Any o
ever tried Chamberlain's Colic,' t
Diarrhos Remedy or sccti it-trie
ing Pains in the Stonui.li or Bosrt
Morbus, or Diarrhoea, is ready an
recommend it. It always curr
Sold by A. C. Marsters & Co i;
Notice For '
Land Onto at tUawbarj
NOTICK 18 HEUKBY I
lo arias name.! aattla.
intention to tuake Una! p
eiaim, and that U t rwsT
Rex Icier or Kecviv .r t'.
HsmeKcail cntiv N... 2-,ll .
Jot ( 1 see. lerp. in. H:
the folio iutf Hncu pre re
Mmf npon iwcutti-tatinHof, a.
:nk,0.khm4,r . lca-d j Fie.
ui'jnipsou.i vn-a Fuller, Wm
WUkur. t'H ta. W.i
I hereby announce myself as candidate for
City Treasurer subject to the decission of the
legal voters of Roseburg.i j
H. T. Mc Clallen
Notice For, Publl.
Land OfHr-e at !Aebrff- iw .
NOTICE IS HfcUfcBV UIVKXTH
lowitv-najned MMrr has si
intentioa to saake final prnaf a
claim, ami that and proof art II fc.
El '' II . - ., .
bunt, Wr-, 00 Wednesday e)cuv. 'j 1
DANIBkO. 1 UAHK
Homes teat entry fie, aK;g ,,
and N f of 8 K t. section so Tp. u
U. He names tlio Mtowinjr vftiua
cosrUnaoos residence a pan. and eut
land, vis: blmnnd L. Bnaaneii .
TnomasUoaas, William .Coata, .
Uouiflaa eoautjr, or.
CHAS. W iOHXfcTo
A live, active agent, male or f( .
vass and sell the "Peerless St
A good active agent can make c
are ready sale. Apply lo ...
J Oakland Or.
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