THE PLAINDEALER. BUSINESS BRIF.FS. THURSDAY. FBB. 3, lSOo. T. K. Sills musical goods for less than Port land prices. Now is tho time to subscribe. A. Salzniau, tho reliable jeweler. J. T. Bryan, tho Busy Watchmaker. 1 BelGls, watchmaker, Roaeburg, Ore. Go to tho Roscleaf for tho best cignrH For a good 5-cout cigar call ou Mrs.N. Boyd. A choice linoof stationery at Markers . . . T. K. Keeps over forty different kinds of musical instruments constantly on hand, drug store. For first-class dentistry go to Dr. Littlo ,T. K. Has ordered a large shipmont of "Wash burre musical goods direct from the factory. Notice. All porsoas indebted to 0. K. Hill of ltoteburg are asked to call and pay on or before March -1, 1S9G. By so doing they wiii savcuatU. This is tho lust notice. G. K. Httx. Milk! Milk! Milk! loos for th new milt wagon that is now running. For good imre milk leave your order an.l secure tickets at the store ct cither Mi. Boyd or Mrs. Kaston, or from McCoy & ISorcnsn. I. O. O. F. Notice. All the members of I'hiletarian Lodge Xo. S, I. O. O. F ,are required to be pres ent at the next regular gwftaUog, Satur day night, Match 2, ISOjJ&T there is im portant business to come TltTore the lodge. W.vvxu Joxks, Sec. of Oakland. For Erhool bsoks and slates go to A. C. Marsters & Uo. Harness of all kinds at low prices at G. W. Woodward's. Eastern oysters ou 'the half shell, at the Kaudv Kitchen. I'uic fresh candies manufactured at the Kaudy Kitchen. Key West, imiorted and domestic cigars at the Koscleuf. Oid newspapers at the IVuxukai.kk oftice, 25 conts per hundred, The, latest novels only 10 cents each, at Geo. Langeuberg's newstaud. Pacific Coast and Eastern oysters in any stylo at the Kaudy Kitchen. Tablets and all kinds of writing paper at A. C. Marsters & Co.'a drug store. Myrtle Creek flour, only SO e'euts er sick. Delivered free. A. C. Hoxik. Tiio finest line of sponges and chamois skins at A. C. Marsters & Co.'s drug store. For good substantial blacksmithing cheap, go to McKinuey A Manning, Oakland. Meals at all hours at the Kand Hermann Congratulates flcBride Accept heartfelt congratulations on the glorious news of your election. It was mc tight thing at :( right timo aud a splendid compromise, tpxxl ior the party, creditable to the state and an honor to I Kitchen, southeast corner Taylor it Wil- yoarslf. BtNUKR Heumasx. son block Take Your families to the McClallen icw Orleans ealher. House. Mrs. McClallen will see that New Okixass, Fob. -'- Amoug the they are well cared for. casualties ot titt snow siorm was the wim i Xiwv? H is the man that death ot a hunting party in the woods on tecps tho candy factory where they make tnsAinaRce plantation, lJ tutles below ,n those Cue fresh candies New Orleans. They have been found frozen to rth iu a kneeling attitude. Eyes Tested Free. Call at A. Salxci&tt's ami have your eyes tested free of charge. If you need glasses he wilt fit yee and saarantee sat isfaction, or iiiowev refunded, lie is here every day in the week and every week in the year, a in! guarantees a per fect fit. AY. C. T. U. nestings. The W. C. T. U. will weet this Thurs day evening at 7 qY-IojV at the M. E. church. AM ladies interested in temper ance are invited to attend. Hereafter the Uniwa will meet every se-Mnd aad fourth Tharsdsy evening at the M. E. church. Will Grow Flax. Churchill, Woolley & MeKeuzia keep a very large assortmeut of " Grst-class cook stoves. No charge for delivery. Protect vourelf against cold aud pneumouia by wearing a chest protector. Fine ones at Mar&ter drug store. Use German llouse'bcld Dyes. Every package guaranteed a solid and fast color. Tea cents per package at Marsters.' Tho only way to cure catarrh ii to purify the blood. Hood's Sarsapanlla purifies the blood and tones up the who! svstem. Churchill, Woolley A McKensie carry a good line of spray pumts and fit them up with hose, Vennorcl and Cyclone nczxles. . Thousands of cases of reeumatism have been cured by Hood's Sarsapatilla, This is abundant reason for belief tbat it will . THE OTHER SIDE. Mr. W. B. Honeyman of tie Portland care you. Linseed Oil Works, has made ccn- Greatly reduced rates at the McClallen tract with Linn eacnty farmers for 2000 House. As we all know, D. O. Mc acres of flaxseed for which he has con- Clalien is a first-class hotel man. Give traded to pay $t.S) per hundred. This him a call. will bring lo the growers something up- Doa't break out jour teeth cn hard Train Demands a Full Legal Investi gation. S. S. Train, oue of tho memboM o! the Board of Trusteos of tho Soldiera' Home, has this lo say concerning the rt-port of tho legislative committee sent to iuvesti gato tho Home: Siuco during tho last days of tho ses sion of tho legislature, a most infamous, outrageous, garbled and uutruthlul re port from tho committee sent to investi gate tho homo, rellecting not only upon tho management, but also upon tho ier- sonal characters of the trustees, was inado to tho legislature and adopted, it remains that in simple self defence, and a3 a plea for it truer, nobler and breader support of tho Homo, aud tho removal ol tho solfiah, itnscrii pnlous and ernicious seeking after place which is tho founda tion of this report, as can bo scon by tho fact that Senator I B. Alloy, chairman of tho committee, and clork of tho com mittee, S. B. Ormsby, ou tho strength nf tins rormrt. of which thuv alone were tha authors part of tho committee refus ing to sanction or sign the infamous doc ument were immediately appointed and confirmed trustees for four years. It is also understood that S. B. Ormsby expects to bo commandant of tho Homo, which accounts for tho accusations against, aud requests for tho rumoval of tho present commandant. Tho main charge of this committee against myself is that in addition to ex penses, a charge of fj.OO per diem has been made, aud that I Ii lve drawu fJOJ a veir as eecrotarv. The law itself pro vides' for n secretary. I lit salary to bo fixed bv tho board. The board fixed this at $'200. which is Mirely a modist sum, and does not savor ol a steal. This 'committee, or no oue else, can say tho work of secretary has not been well done. As to tha other chaws the rec ords will show the information ot the committee to have been ither inc: reel or falsified, as the vouchers in the state's olficu will show that mi charge io.00 per diem was made, nor in !eed could it bo uuder the law. and no vr diem, or fees of any kind, beyond actual expenses were allowed. The lotal amount I have receive! from the state during the two years h.ivu served un the bjjril. is &D1.-I0. " which f20J ii for salary as secretary $7.50 for postage and stationary, anil Ihe icmainder for actual expenses incurred in attending the meetings and trail acting the business of Ihe board. Thcs facts are pulutauliated by the records in the ollice of the tecretary of sdatc. This wonderful report clo-ws iili the rcccommeadaliou that "'Bint bii lroiuht by the proper officer to compel tit trustees to return the amount ilhsrilly held by them." The report including the rec ommeu dation was adopted by the legislature. and now as a membei of the old board, I demand that such suit be luon?ht in order that a full legal investigation tuny bl had, aud that the truth or f.d:ity of these charges may 1 officially determined. ward oh Jti.OJO. Mr. Hooeyman fur nishes tlte teei lo sow the 2800 sees. A New Captain. At the armory of Co. A, Second Be-,: xaent, last Meaday night, Uie elecUon to rid the Taeaacr made by the resr'aa- tough candies ; s to Niece's caiKly fac tory where they make every thing fresh, soft and chewy. Don't pay $03 for a fcteel or wrought iron raase when Churchill, Woolley & McKenzie will sell ion one far a great BRIEF MENTION. School election next Monday. A case of small kix is ropnted at The Dalles. 1 ' Horn, to the wiff of Mr. Thomas Waite, in Oakland, Feb. I'llrd, a sou. John .1. Rmpur will open a "lic-er all" On Jackson iuvl the (irnt. The earth ipiaked M niday night. So report several of our up-Jalo citizens. In 18UI the total production of Oregon wiis$l,0'.)01,J.")0 in gold mid $13,oo7 m silver. Jacob Ben has bought the farm of hia son-in-law, John Bunbeek, in Camas valley. Portland and other towns in that vi cinity received u Blight seismic shock last Monday morning. Bailev Wi Hams and Eliza bkeci were joined iu wedlock by his Honor, Judgo Stearns, lust Wcdnosday. Euirene citv warrants at par, fino county warrants one per cent premium So savs the Eugene Uegistor. The Charles Higgs dramatic company is coining this way with "Private Secre tary" and "Passion Slave." The administrator nf tho estate of S. K Evans, Sr., deceased, has made final set tlemcnt, and sureties are released. Samuel K. Adams and Mamie Jones, and Archy Adams and Frances Scott of Youcalla were married Sunday. "Mac," mine host of tho McClellan house, is always ou livid to minister to the wan'.s of his guest" with a pleasing smile. Jack Abraham has accepted the agency of Neander, Pershing, & Co., for Liking orders for tailor made suits of clothing. Several cj.iiinuiiicitioiis received this morning ate uiiavoiuauiv ciowueu out of toJav's luiHjr. They will appaar Mondav. The aipriiers of the estate of Fannio I. Levins, decej'ed. have filed a sched ule of her property, real and jMjrsonal, amounting to f PM.tio. The trial of CjIa Williiuis was had be fore J itdiM Stearns. Wednesday. .Taken under advisement and judgment Mil pendeit for th prtent. lVvton Harriy, n old aid respected citizen of tho county, residing a few mile from Oakland, died suddenly of heart disease on Saturday. "What is money?" kijs an exchange "If vou save it von are a miser : If von spend it you are a spendthrift, and if you loan it you are a chump." Ed. Lingh iris reported will lead .Mis-i Ella Mclginghliu to the. hymenal alia next Sunday so jes the world, marry ing and given in marriage. Umpqua Chapter :o. II Ii. A. M. is prospering hugely. A large number having tieeii exhalted titthe Royal Arch decree at last convocation. Another installment of those $1 50 shoes, the best ever offered In the place. Staple goods of all kinds at prices to suit the tinips, r.t II C. Sainton's It is rumoied tli:i t ih Oregon .School Journal, which Ims I ecu publi-hi'd at Drain under ih'i iiruuuemnM nf. tho S rd I'ublimiiig Cnniiiiiiy for tun pit car, has humi mti:lu-cd hy Knji'iie mrties and will lu it-.ifler be puhlixlipd n that city. Kev. E. Gittius, formerly nf thU city, is conducting quite an interrcting meet- ng at. tho M. E. church in Cottage (Wove, with the cheerful supi"it ol Ucv F. 'A. Tu'fthott of tho C. P. chmeh and Kev. Sweeny of Lorane, sa)s the Cottage Grove Echo-Leader. Ben McCoIlutii of Elklon was triod for assault and battery tl.o liiiih Upon con fession of the ehnrges justice A. .-mitli fiueil him $5 and coat. In default of pay ment was committed lo the county jail ten days. He now languishes in durance vilo at tho county's uxpei.se. The Firenuin'H Fund Insurance com pany i recognized nil over tho Pacific coast as being the leading companv. lis olieies uro accepted ly tht U". u. Gov ernment without question. Place your insuranco in th'n thi and' well known company. C. B. Cannon, resi dent agent. Now i3 tho timo to getj to work. .Mr. Casedy is offering a grand opportunity for some party, either lady or gentleman, to open up a ' light manufacturing busi ness. It is a monav-niakiug business. It costs nothing to investigate. Call upon him at tho Van Houtcn Hotel It will pay you. " An amusing scene was uitnccl on Washington street this nmriiiiig. A beautiful lady waltzed out nu liiu front steps singing a lively air, with Iit grace tut lorm waving iu miHon with tin; mu sic, while her. broom made the dint fly from the door steps like that before Kansas cyclone. Next Tuesdiv evening, under tho auspices of ltebekah ixxlge, Misj Itrml- lev's clasi in elocution will give an en tcrtaiiiment at the opera house. Tho entertainment wfll con list of music, reci tations and tableaux. Tho el,is will be assisted by tho best local talent. Pro- grammo given in next Mond iv's paper. The farmers are all luiry, 'timing the sod. pruning and plowing orchards and p'anting garden;. On a trip to Myrtle Creek Mon'day we noticed tix learns at work on J. J. Chadwick's place. Edwin Weaver, John and ('leal Weaver and Mrs. Adams' farm hands were hll busy En- PERSONAL ITEMS. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report rustling their spring work. Kidd!e terprise. Tho bill tn tax all foreign fir., marine and life insurance compjniei '2 per cent on their gros premiums, introduced in the house bv Hofer of Marion, pa-t-.ed the senate Saturday morning and will be come a law. It is the only revenue bill of this session and will inrreas; the in come from this soutcs fiom $3.r,00) to ?40,0CO. John Hall, whoe iargu prune orchard at Mvtrle Creek, was r-o overburdened! with fruit last year, is cutting his trees I s.YS. i i t , f fenhi. Kraham. recited in the UKU lcas wtRflf Frank B. Hamlin. There Whea the scalp is atrophied, or shiny- ere twu competitor for the position, Hd. no preparation win restore me Uamltaaad Liedteaant Lasrssea. and hair; in all oilier coses, uaii a m.rnc the formsr was victorious by a small ma- newer will start a growth. majority IS to 15. I Mrs. Lynae, a pnpil of the late Pro.. Speranst ot Milan, Italy, gives vocai anu piaaofi-rte lessons. Terms reasonable. Residence at Mrs. Parties. Ladies wrappers, a new line in Cash mere, etc., FlinaeHette aa J Eiderdown ; price from S3 cents and np. Call aad see them at the Novelty store. Chcrchill, Woollev & JIcKenzie ex hibit a new model Winchester 3S-55 and 32-40, 2G inch barrel, which they retail at the low price of fourteen dollars. Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers is a popular prepiratiou in oue bottle, and colors evenly a brown or black. Final Call. All persoas are hereby uotitied to make immediate tettfemeat of their in dcbteJcesj to the hfte firm of S. Marks & Co.- otherwise the some will be placed in Lands for eoHectioe. Please give this call prompt sUentioa sad thtss avoid ad ditional costs. Asues Maiaw, AdmiaUtrator of Estate of S. Marks & Co. 1 Ecss Fo" Hatching PVr. thorftnfhbred fowls bred for health aad profit not inbred. Buff, White and Brown Leglioras, Light Brah- mas. Bfaet Langsliaws and Black Minor cas the great esg-produeera summer and ;.,- !-! for rale at Barker's urocerv store, Kosabar?, at il.QO per 13. Address Ompfina Poultry Yanls, Iloie- Or. Feco Tojxs, Prop. WH.VT SICKELL Ttie report' of the committee which was apiKiintedby tho legislature to in vestigate the 0:ega.i Soldiers Hume is cac of tho most damnable things, that was over foi-ted on a long-suffering pub lic. It recks ill falfrliocl. sHto"and injustice, ni d will ! t-bown up in iis true light i'i du --tir-se of time. Tlie patt playr ! by iviuin iiMjmbers f the G. A It" in ttin niVgf.l invetigttioti is not at all con-t-hi'M :iHry iu them. Ex cept in minor .Mail it H l'a-eI Uon the bald asserti. s tliii indivMiiil wlw is coospicuon i"r his iiniuity. greed and jenerai co?einenI anu wno oecame uis .1. L. Dewey was in from Glendale this week. L. L ive of Winchester1 was u yinilur to tho citv last Men lay. J. I). Nichol- if t'.nivmvi i s in tho city last Tuesday. A. A. Al en and a if.- nf i " 1 1 1 v ; n llto city last Kit iday. ' W. IP, Jitdton (if ("aiua.H Na!l, y u in Hoseburg last Ttr.3dav. Chris Evans of Ahl.uid was a v'uhor in thb city 1 m Tucuby Hon. II. T. Me" J alien r.-turned h m?. yesterd iy morning from Hulem. Mrs. C. A. Sehlbnsdc retu'.'iied home from Salem Wcdnosday evening. C. L. Becker of Oakland gave us a friendly business call Wednesday. F. C. Limboeker of Myrtle CreeK was doing business in the city last Tuesday. J. V. Shelly, tho genial commercial agent of Portland, wan iu the city jeater-div. Sol Abraham, president of the third House, returned from balem jes'eniay morning. Millard Ollivaut and Alice Denning were licenpcd to' wed by the county clerk yesterday. Daniel Chamberlain and Miss Lura Coats, of Oakland, were married at Eu gene on last Saturday. The Misses Kate and Emma Pljmale of Jacksonville are visiting Mrs. Zeigler and .Mrs. Autenrieili ol tliia city. J. J. Farrjuar has relumed from ajuant to Portland and through Polk and Benton counties, having had a pleasant time. Miss Bogss .vho has beon very sick for soreral weeks U reportel convales cent under Dr. Bradley's treatment. Mrs Serena Ad mis of South Djer creek was in the city Wednesday, as full of lif-i am. j'i!itv a3 a maid of sixteen F. P. Cioiiciniller, late of lh Pl.is Di. a leu, leaves tomorrow evening for La Grande to take a "sit" mi the Chronicle. It. W. Benjamin returned homo Tues day morning fiom Atlanta, Ga., where he had been attending a dental college. Mrs W. F. Benjimiii who has Ik-en .uiy low from an attack of la grippe, is convalescing finely, under ihu treat ment t.f fir. .Miller. Hon. Virgil Onnn of Pai.-ley, an old cilizen of IC'i.-ebilrg, stupied over on Uit way home, and i-" now on a visit lo his father at Melrose. And.ew Barney of Glendale was taking in Boseiiurg last Tuesday He reports large ipianlities of w.xid lor the S uthein Pai-ific h.-Mng cut in tit vicinity. II Bimer of r.iciuu. Was'i.. .in ex perienced miner Is on a tour of i. -ion of Douglas county iiiiiikm, aiii. tin view of making inviimeiits if lhe pms pects warrant it. Mrs. M. Fickle is somewhat imli Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. V,.wil c, ntt..ti.1 .wi l.i.r lit , ' tie son who was so badly t-calded alxiut J J .'. McEvay, the photographer, has pitched his tent on the corner of Jackson J wiU secure it Enterprise. and Oak Streets, where he will be pleased to paint you as nature made vou. F. W. Diilard will open up the depot butcher ebop, lately vacated by Speck and Jones, next Monday. Wo bsspeak for him a liberal share of Ihe public pat ronage. The Bev. M. Ab)o!t. will fill the pulpit at the M. E. Church, Sunday, morning am! evening. Mr. Buck nor L"' I .-til l.,t.) ..-..r.tlr. . Tn Mill. grunlled l-a.ise Im amhl twt ums ,ha -board of trurfee A the home for l.is un-1 mr Elder Jones. holy designs. The father of the report is i i1ti.enbarg is still on ton. He an ignorant, unscrupulous crank from' ... f , . - Marion county, who has been tcpuUiaieu lives lltion tliel'cai msuuiliciiir, uunn, u..u. biet vcrv heavily at urtseiit. iisurire Still an abundance" of fruit, whidi will be I ,e" ,,3-vs ao- ,M3 ""'l'rcd her health I Bm-ararimmetUH for &atnrrli very large and tine. air. llali fays lie is . " working for n smaller yie'id but larger' Ct. W. Kiddle of Biddle was iu fruit, and there is no doubt but that ho thi- week. He reports p.wpl.1 in hi vicinity busily engaged setting out frir.i We were accosted on the s'.ieet last',rew. luinK orchards am! matins Tuesday as a pioneer, and twitted for our preparations for spring operations. IkxwU of Oregon's prolific a i!, ami then ! C. L. Cox of Camas valley wan iu the our attention was tli.-ected to a woman I city last Tuc-day lax iug in supplies He in Dulnth who had 3 sets of triplets. All I is at present in i barge of the s-tore at we could say wis, "They had f irg.itten that ioiiit, during the illnesa of the pro the young woman on Soap creek whojprielor. He is of the old Virginia s'.cck. 1iad seven kids at on birth, and all liorn ' Mrs. l)r Miller, Miss Us S.-z Tlie Pnlton Wnler Motor ind the I Of capacities varving fri-:n l to 23 horse with webs on their toes and. mi.s on their Misses Abbie and Bos.i P.urott will ro- j power affords the moh-t eonvenie'nt. e o backs." We still t-laud up for Orcgou. 'turn this evening on the local from Sa-1 mimical and relialile jmuer for all light o lir.. i.iu n,....t-.i 4 'service. Oneotiher-e may be seen run- Black Sand ilining. I clerks during the late scFsion of the legis- Wnrtr nt rli !i?arV iini 1111114 n.-ir ' Iature. . Bandolph is now progre-Hiiig in a very ' Jesse W. Dewey, II.Kaneyand L. J. ilrunett of Glendale. witnesses in the f exiN'rimer.ts case of Cala William", 0:1 trial before and uujf(iHns modtfi.-.iiioiis Ihe appar.t- ( Judge Stearns, and J. P. Jones, apph- tm is, WHMKlug wttli uverv prompt: ct cant to lie appointed uuanitau, were 111 The Kind of Weather We flay Expect In March. Tfie following data, complied from the Weather Bureau record at Bosebnrg, Oregon, cover a period of seventeen years for the month named, and should prove of value and interest in anticipating the moro important meteorological elements, and the range within which such varia tions may be expected for the coming month of March. Mean or normal temperature, 49 de grees ; the warmest month of 1889, with an average of 53 degrees; the coldest ' month was that of 1882, with an average of 41 decrees; the highest temperature was 81 dogrees on 22nd, 1887; the lowest temperature was 19 degrees on 14th 1880. Averzge date on which first "killing" frost occurred in autumn. Oct. 14tb; average date on which last "killing" frost occurred in spring, May 3d, Average precipitation for the-month, 3.57 inches; average number of days with .01 of an inch or more. 15 ; the greatest monthly precipitation was 8.61 inches in . 1834; the least monthly precipitation was .'IS inches in 1885; the greatest amount of precipitation recorded in any. 24 consecutive hours was I .GO on the 4th, 1879; the greatest amount of snowfall re corded in any 24 consecutive hours (record extending to winter ot i8Si-. only) was 1.7 inches on the 9th, 1890. Average number of clear days, 6 ; part- . ly cloudy clays, 11 ; cloudy days, 14. The prevailing winds have been from the southwest. The highest velocity of the wind wai 3t miles from the south west on the 1st and 19th, 1379. Tuos. Ginsos, Observer. After Many Years. Your reporter in interviewing a man last Tuesday, fouud that he had known hhn when a youth of eight or ten years old. This man was Jacob P. Cox, now a resident of East Umpqu.i, and the father-in-law of Dr. Strango of I.'osehuiy. We hail not seen the gentleman fur fifty years, and we were greatly astonished, when we learned we had lived neighbors -from 1S3S to 1S45 in Platte county, Missouri. His father and grandfather lived on almost adjoining farms w ith us for seven or eight years, and it wai a matter of congratulation to ns that we did thus meet after a seperation of fifty years, and recur to reminiscences of our boyhood days. Thus you see a news paper ' "interviewer" in bis rambles, often meets with incidents of a pleasing dur- as jii-.reury will sureiy destroy the sense of acter that calls to mind scenes and oc- smelt an.! coinpletLlr ttrau;e the whoie system i . wben entering it throaih macons surfaces, i enrrences ot titty years past. irneh nrlicte should nerer be used except cm I n fMv :5 nn nf lhor.T.1 nmnK. prescript""' l"wa repaUWe physicians, iu the I Jac0J 1 - 101 ,s oao 0J ,n80W PlnPfn, ilsinftge they win ioia ten fold u the i;ooi yoc. i haying crossed the plains in 1852, and can posflblv ilerlv.- from them. Hall's Catarrh j . Care manrifuctnrvd by K. J. Cheney i Co., To-) never has had cause to regret his having ledo, O., contain no mercury, and N taken in-1 pr. i hnTi,noil linme -ind tafcine nn hin tcrualiy. actios .lirvctly upon the blood and ieit "is Doyuoou iiorne, ana taKing np nia mucous fiiriarcsid the system. In buying U.dl"s , residence in Oregon, and taking part in Catarrh Care be fire ron set the nennine. Kis , , .-,-.- aSea internally, and made it Toledo, Ohio, by i lhe advancement of civilization pa this F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. coast Sold by Druggists, price 73 c per bottle. . . . . , , ; Hail, friend of my yontli, may joy and content. President Chapman Desires Complete and Correct Statistics. -President C. II. Chapman has sent oiif the following letter t? n emb's nf the Alumni of tho University of Oregon. To the Alumni of the University of Oregon: In order that the next catalogue of the University may moro correctly indicate the standing of our Aluirni in the state and present moro complete and correct statistics for referenc, will joc kii:dly answer the accompmying questions and return them to me? We wish lo issue the catalogue Fomewhat earlier than iiiual and for (hat teason an early reply will be considered a favor. It is particu larly desired that you should ghc fu'l a-iswer to the last three questions. 1. Write your full name. 2. Post office address. 3. Occupation. 4. Name the electivo office which you have held with dutej of election. 5. If married, state when l. Slate any facts known to you con cerning other Aliitei.i, particularly deaths, elections to ollice, or appoint ment. 7. If appointed to any pjsitnn, t.ite what and when. 8. Have you any suggestions to make regarding tho dnvelnpment aud future of the University? 9. How can our Alumni Association bn made more eneficial to the members and to the University? 10. What would you suggest regard ing a memorial to the late Judge Dea-ty ? Would you ronsider a mural tablet in Villard hall lo be appropriate? Very truly yours, C. II. Cll.U'MVX. To The Insuring Public. The undersigned has the folioairig answer to make to the charges made ugainst him iu the Kins' hmg Keview tv a would be insurance aent who g"es by the name of Wayne Jones, towit: That on the 18th day of January, 1S'J5, lhe old reliahle llmnc Insurance Co. of New York, with en--!: :isel of $9,000,000, did nischare tn .-iid Jones us U.cir agent and apiwiritei! !hr timle rsigued a3 their Herit fcr this city ami vicinby. My cumiiiisiinii hangs "vt my office in the frame ia which said Jones formerly had i hi and ran Ixj iusected by anyone de-i-iiin;; In see it. All who wish to insure in ih Home will please wall at my office i m ti;e M.irg'ers liloct. L. I). t'AULE, Agent. vVith jcu in the future always be bl-nt. S. S. t s.ithfjct3firin.uiucr, sty th Ouiit Mail. , After :i?pjwl5ie,l seriei bv his own nartv and lives upon crumbs which fall from tho table of his ! eons etc., violin strings of 1-ett ipiality political and frafrnal friends. Oue aiwavs oa hand, mrml-jr nf the investigating commfttee ' ' - " . . . - . . , . I . . ! . I . . . . . . t: 1J.. t . . .. .1 r f or ..lo..l I.Tj mm c-rirl-on fr.im thn IP- .oiWr.llSUlIHIlIIL; l.ie try ui uai t urn I ... ? .osr.... r.vru...-t . uort when it was obmitieJ to the senate, ' the merchants of Hoseburg are receiving sueccStad la-it week :0 Hjunils f the j the city this week. aa be had never signed it or read its con- qaantiti&s of gixl?. but where the ' nmnlgamWaa c'.eancl up. The kirties John Cox who came Oregon in 1S13. rerllfrihadtnwnttL "' 'H'1 11 is I traversing the MreeM of Koseburg ful whether at least one more of tho we don't know. alhercdyfiom good authority Hint tha 4StTiiesday. He served iu the Indian other members coincided with these star- i This cvenins, Tnursdar, a protracted I result xi llire,i ;imC3 Skater than the ' ;wars;n Oregon, and when H.ii.. I'.inger charafter proceedings. ii is narui . ... . - , ., christian 'Sest guess. iScioro tuc woik com- Hermann sets his i-ension bill throu-h nine at this oifice. end fir circulars The Pelton Water Wheel t'o., 121 Maic St , San Francisco, ("ai. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder AairicJ Coli Medil lUi-!a;tr Fair. Si3 Francisco. They aro ontj their j il at Nirr-" Cindy factory. Ii ynu know a good fthing when jon see it, try tlxu-e fine fresh candies. Yon don't have to pay anymore for them than you do for stale candies. An-V lTt:.-fr:J.":; "I .I , Cl ;,ncUun-U in this dir. Rvervlwdv invited nence.l tliree ol ttis.men cngigel niaile rollRrM. Jom may rPa., ,llni. 0f lt person can easily apply it at tiome. . . wh,lever in j, ittvasr.o inveati- to be nrewit and lend a helpini: hand in 51 ue M lo u, 'aim u'd henefits To Whom it flay Concern. In order to introduce our catalogue of sheet music and Hisie hooks, we make this offer: To any person in Douglas concty seading ns name, sle, number and price of jiano or organ, bought of he "Wiley 15. Allen Music Co., lince July 3. 1SB4, we will pay 2 in sheet music .and musk bools. , T. K. IttCMAEDSO. Itceebnrg, Or. Rapid Can-Alakinj. It T). linage, the Hogne riyer cannery man, is in San I'rancMCo, imshing the introduction of a can-making machine he has mtentod. The silmon-can machine is automatic all through, and one boy can make from 30.030 to 40,000 in a day with one machine, He, makes the can romnlete. bctiom and all, ready to have sius bottjm soldered on by a Howe tna- -cbice. In the frni:-can and spice-can daebines, two boys do the whole thing Kandon's Woolen Mill The woolen mill is doing a very good business now and is running over time lo ne extent. We understand that orders enoush have been secured to keep work sht and day during the rammer. X thortagc of wool seems to be the only drawbrck that now esifta, but we pre acme that the shortage will cease as the spring opens up. The company is mak ing excellent cloth and the demand for their products i Kecorder. Dr. W. A. Tore arrived in the city this morning and at once entered the dental office of Dr Strange. Dr. Toye is an ex perienced and accomplished dentist. Tbe work of the new laundry is meet ing with general approbation. There it no josS-hoose smell about tbe dollies j laundried at the Hoseburg laur-Jry. j Tim Kireman'n Funl has paid more losses in Itosebun; than other company j and has held the palronairc of many of ; osr leading citizens for more than 25 I years. . Thomas Johnston lias openeo a neai grocery store on Oak srtreet. He keeps a variety in the grocery line, and will brauch out more extensively in the spring. D. C. McClallen has gone back t the McCiallen House. Lyerything is in tirst- . class condition. Mrs. JlcClallen "has charge of the kitchen and dining room.' Look out for something good to ea". Those having second hand stoves, furniture, etc., for sale can receive the highest cash price by calling ujwn . Rice, the furniture arid supply dealer, 221-23 Jackson street Itoseburg, Or. Dr. Davis has practiced dentistry in Roscburg nearly 14 years, and wo know the Dr. to be a skilled workman. Par ties patronizing him will save money. Dental parlors opposite Siocum's hall. Having secured the assistance of a very skillful and successful assistant, Dr. Strange will npw be able to resume his regular visits to outside jwints. To aornrn Iho I'erV best of dentistry at the very lowest possible prices call on Dr, Strange in the Marsters' building. gaUon at all, as the committee Bpent t creating interest i'i these meetings. greater portion ol its time in examining prejudiced witnesses instcaii ot me rec ords and other legitimate evidence. Semi-Weekly Times. ; produce, and the result was about five, increasing. Bandon , Our New Charter. Hon. C. A. Eehlbrede's bill for a new charter for Itoseburg, by the efficient aid of hi3 colleasaej, hai become a law to .vnfTpe.t at the next municipal election. While it does not change the powers of .i.nt,t hoard of trustees, it divides CjfiM..- the rity in four wards with two council .n fmm each, four to hold office two ,t fmir for onlv one year, and at ..,.n,iin-r animal election, four council men shall tc elected for two years. It also provides lor the election of a mayor to be elected annually. The council is Mnfi.Ad with ttower lo change the bound aries of each ward as tho cities needs re The Continental insurance Company of New York has refused to join tho now r-nmntp.t entitled the board of Fire Underwriters of the Pacitic, belicung that tha board is not a benefit for the people but lor tho insurance companies in keeping up rales. ius company uzi the best financial standing and loss pay ing record. It ,was teateJ In the great Chicago fire in 1871, paying every dol tar of its losses amounting to over two million of dollars. Its record of almost fifty years is prompt and liberal in tho settlement of all honest claims. Its motto is for the intere3t of the people as well as the company. You owe your patronage to this company atid should see Wayne Jones, Agent, when you take insurance. Jury List for flarch Term. W. Dewar, Gatdiuer. farmer. J. 1. Clough, Canyonville, farmer. Win. Thompson. Coms'ock, farmer. Jehn Hanks, Calaooia, farmer. W. A. Stccker, Pass C'eek, farmer. J. Milliken, Deer Creek, shoemaker. W. P. Totten, Glendale, farmer. 0. W. A gee, Wilbur, farmer. Jasjer Figles, Pass Creek, farmer. C. NicbolfOii, LILton, lumberman. J. W. Shtiey, Cala;ojij, farmer. C. W. Conway, Klitton. farmer. P. 15. Coffey, Yoncolla, farmer Fred Goseer, Deer Creek, farmer. Luke Chapman, Canyonville, farmer. H. W. Alexander, Mill voo.1 H. tL. Engles, East Umpqua, farmer. M. W. Primer, Riddle, jeweler. J. E. Medley, Calapoaia, farmer. Then. Dunn, Deer Creek, carpenter. R. A. Cox, Mt. Scott, farmer. W. Talkington, Civil Rend, farmer. D. W. Hunter, Deer Creek, farmer. Frank Rollins, Lake, farmer. J. 0. Gunter, Pa Creek, farmer. J. F. Spaugh, Looking Glass, farmer. S. J. Chenoweth, Wilour, farmer. S. A. I.a Raut, Wilbur, farmer. Wm. Sagabard, Jr., Scoilsbur farmer. Jas. Conn, Coles Valley, farmer. ' 1' Mr V.inkr.n nf Cnirv c-tiiintv ia in ll., , . . , , limes greater man me lowest guess ami i .. ..... . , . . - . ., Riddle ii talking of organizing a lodge I . ?. , : city soliciting aid to assit ieliinc m trail There is nlentv . . .? . ... from tmld I.-ncl , . , , cuiauou. l lie results are better man t tie . , , ,.. .. and as a suitable ... , . . , : view nf est.ihli.-hin hall is soon to be built the lodge will "V""""""'- , t-..r future, and to tmi Douglas and i1mititla inn'prnliip in tlie near future. :ib iasi tnrvu uirtxivciuil lilill i:i of Knights of Pythias, of go! material there. to Iarlaud, Hwith a mail route in the tin- A World's Tribute, i 7 -- tafco Currv cjuntie- in more di.vct commui.i- ihe eaiid. Only one i cation. Several of our bu-iness tnen ' pulfcritd lilh-raltv. Speck Jotic, the market men, have . a) tie ,.llt(1 ju ta'j?.MniIed waging a large iiumuer i . ... ...i.:..,. :.-,.. .,.,,, ,.,.i...i Mml it ; persons to mourn over thcirunpaid mils. ,,I)W tl)lllljII(. olIl MMll ,f.e ,0(l!, C0II. : u. p.. it Wi-eni.tu left uii.I.m nighiV : Wa'rants are in hands of the sheriff for I WMlrieS ,vr.av. Sexeral more machines ' oxeiland train f,.r Duii.-tiitiir, Oil., where j their aned, but up to date iu tiding! of i ar0 j proc,.s, uf i-otiM fiction and wit! t.e fhe W1 'etnain, f.n fexeral weeks with them. ' put to uu'k jtift as uiii hs they can Lo . ''r daughier. Krotn then- .-he will g- ti. j Tlie case of Sw eery vs. Jones A Spcek , completed. The parties ha.e been al l-'J- Au.'ele. her future home Mr. and. is np before rquire Hamlin for adjust-, work experimenting since last July and Mr-. Wiseman made many friends dnr incnt The oflieer reports that tho tie j have just completed the design which it , i- their stay in Kofclmtg. who wish fondents'have left for pattfl unknown, ! ia I clieved will lit! tho requirements. Ihetn all io-itIe happine.-s and pn-- If' j Progress leaving nut a speck of property to bo at tacheil The cost of collection of customs at Portland laot fiscal year was, alt told fol-: all metallic substances iu the lL, larunr. fJ5 for Yan,,ina $13,.rM I, Cooi I'.ay f 1,05:1, , tanner. Towusend ?9,15'J and Port of filled weigh-! in fie neighborhood E. Cooper, Deer Creek, farmer. Alaska $21,202. Tolol for the Pacific .pounds. Tlie process saves all the metals Northwest $147,So2 in the ore, which cutiM-ts of platinum, Old man Simmons died l;ut Sunday at iron. etc- Tll owners aro much elated Camas valley in the seventy-fifth vear of j over the prospects and are sanguine that his age. He had remarked several times ; "'ere are millions in the project of black tlmthn would die on tho dav of his sau.i mining nativity, and ho died they day after the There i Kiid to be uimcIi more of the line , peritv in their new home, and invisible gold in lhe tund than wa V. II. Juds m of Came valley wa atipied, and the machine is -aid to s .ve ; (!o3ll., ,lU.;lW in tjWI1 .,.t Tuesday .ItHi. A i r fn 4,,n iv" i i Imnt in Oi..i'i iti IS40. ai:-l lit -t'H) ,;l, ,;, t'.rt ll,.t iu linilt in I .. . ... ........... . htig ir sacs oi tlie cmeeinr.ue .nuoui imn f ..i..,. ..... , Oreeun Salem. His mother is still li ing on the CiKpiille. Mr. Judsoti has a mill in oper ation at Camas valley, and is thinkini: some of erecting a saw mill. anniversory of his birth. Bigotry in the Reichstag. IIkiilik, Feb. 25. A eleiieal member v IW Ik tVw A II "it ..' ' '.' "V a' .ff Triumph JJ 1 r ! .it Un...a..i lirr.rt.l. nl llti.t.nr U'fW III lr.Un , ', , .. ,. , , of the Ueichstng has civen notice of his WodnoHihiy after supplies, lie stated . .... that several large nugictH have been taken out of the mines at Stavreout recently. Tho largest contained $131 in gold. Riddle Enterprise. Snecial services will commence at tho G. A. R. NcWS. ! Pl.,ltfl.,i ,..nri'li ll.la orentii" nnil rnll- Cirv, fob. 25. Djpartment, , ,. . A VA)un invitation is extended to tho citizens of Roscburg to attend these meetings. C. A. Stink, Pastor. Oregon Commander General Ormsby n.ct will the council of administration of tho G. A. R., at . p. m and reconsidered the date of holding the statu encampment, and tho date was changed from May 8 aDd 9 to June 17 and 18. Tho change was made on account of Commander-in-Chief General Lawler not being able to bo hero at the previous duto. This will bo quite a drawing card for the encamp ment at Oregon City, as it will be tho first time that tho commander-in-chief nver mot with auv encampment in tho state. ; How's Thlsl ! Wo odor One Hundred Hollars Ucwant Mr 1 tiv e.vo ol Cntnrrh Ihnt cinnol be.curcd bv ' llalfs Cntnrrh Cure. r. J. CHENEY .t CO., t'ro., Toieilo. O. j Wo the undersigned have known F. J. Cheney for llio Int 15 years, unit K'lieve htm ' Iitrfccilylionnrnblo In alt imjincvi traiiMietlon ! mid finnncliely able In rarry nut any obltga-1 tioni made by their tlrm. West A Tri'ax'. Wholesale Hrnsslt, ToTcilo, O. j Wai.dinh. Kinnan A Makvin. vtluile.ile Ilnig-1 1 i;it. loleilo, o. t Hull's Catarrh Cure N taken Internally, nctlne : dtrvctlv uKn the MihmI ami mneous Mirfaces ol , j lie Ff Mem. t'rli-e 7.V. per tnitlle. S.i'.d by nil ' r iiFsls-t!". TesllimuilaU free. I intention tu muve an ainendiiu nt tn the nntl-revnlutiouary bill, providing for the fine aud imprisonment of any pcrsmi de nying the existence of God, the iniinor tality of the soul, or attacking the re ligous character of iiian i:ii:c. Tho (Jologue Gazette idtacks the , amendment aa un outrage of hitman lib- Tuesday Sheriff Sears and Senator Mc crty. That paper says the next pro-1 Gum of Portland tried to settle their Spray Your Orchards. Kelly & Dunne's prepared sprays for fruit trees at A. C. Murstoro A Co.'s drug store. Now is the timo to spray your orchard. Whale oil soap, blue vitrol, lime, sulphur, etc., at Marsters' drug store. A. (i. Oiburu has opened a boot and shoe store at the old stand of I,. Langcn bnrg, where ho ia prepared to givo cus tomers a neat fit iu foot wear; and guar antees flrot qualities of goods and nt reasonable1 prices. Give him a call and be satisfied. Some aspiring mariner is building a unique boat iu which to circumnavigato tho globe, nt Marshlseld Tho strange craft is mado out of a cedar log with two holc3 through tho deck for tho legs of tho navigator, and a small locker for pro visions, a set of Kails mid a rudder, nnd is only about 12 feut in length. The builder expects to sot sail for San Fran cisco in his bowl this month. posal of the cleiicals will lie to impose a law to enforce the doctrine of papal infal libility and the, immaculate conception. Hotel Arrivals. MCCL.I.LEX HOUrK. Noah Prior, II. Rosetirock, Raker City; P. A. Harris, M. D. Canyonville; N. C. Stilo, J. C. .Smith, F. S Prouty, S.ilem; J. G. Galwin, Grants Pass; Jos. Himkers, Gold Reach ; F. 0. .Merrick, Ashland; MisaJ. R. Orth, Jacksonville; R. W. ami's. G. 1jng, Yoncalla. VfN llOUTEX. 11. Reiner. Tacomaj Geo. Pearson,.!. L. Stratford. N. 8. Perdew, Dinin: N. 11. Cooper, Cottago Grove; F. W. Whalen difference of opimoh in regird t- tho bill j relating to 'he p.isage nf the net cutting 1 down the nherilPs fees, .-'ears called Mi Ginn a sneak an I McGinn answered! from the shou'ihr, whereupon Sears struck McGiiri on the head with a pistol, ' and McGinn struck tho pVtol from j Sear'.i hand. Friends tt pa rated them i and the melee ceased. I for Ovur riliy War. I 1 AiiOlilnul Woll-Trlo 1 tlcmcily. Mrs. Wiu j I Mow's SiMitlitus Syrui has been u-itl lor ovej I ' lltty years by millions qf mothers ior their j I children while teelliiir,-, with iwrteet sucecss. j i It MKithus the elilM. sotteu-s tlie gums, allays j ! ill ialii, cures wind eolle, and Is the best j ' remedy for dbirrliiea. Is pleasant to tho taste. ' Sold be DrusKlstN Iu every part of the world. America Leads the Nations in the March" of Progress. Among the wonders of the World's Columbian Fair the grandest was the exhibit of American products. The Ex hibition was, in this respect, an object lesson of the grandeur and glory of the Republic. Among the exhibits from the. United States no article of its class stood so high as Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. Th.e Chief Chemist of the Agricultural Department at. Washington, backed by an intelligent jury at the Exposition, found it strongest in leavening power, peerless in its purity and beyond comparison in uniform excellence. Received Highest Award - At the World's Fair. Keeklv K V Willi i Oilvliiiid- Mr i Twenlf-tlve icntx a bottlr. Its value Is Inea iicLKiy , it, whim, u.iKiaiui, "' cl,iabto. llo sure and ash for Mrs. WlnsU.w in:.. r)..i.u T.1- : - i.- -. .. i...... ......... u .... .v,. (..... Willis Bnbb, Francis Kempa, Hugene. value Is Itical- s i smithlniT Svrun. anil take uo other kiiid. The award is a matter of official record. ' Nothing could settle so decisively the immeasureable superiority of Dr. Price's over all other powders as the! great honor bestowed at Chicago. quires.