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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1835-
The Grand Masque.
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jiioiuuuciuub euueeaay, ivpn uy tne
Yankee Dotwlla R.-md K rr9iio
fair that ever took place in this city Good
music, excellent calling, many maskers and
throng of spectators. Mrs. M. P. iUrtp
receiyed the l&y'a prize and Hon. T. Ford
Claud a Cannon .
The1 Funny Old GaT,
J, C Aik'ia
h C. .Wheeler ....
L F 0us
L A Sanctuary
J A Smith....
..... Charles III.
, . Win Tell
. . -. . . .Dutchman
.. Count de Cacaac
. . .. ..Clown
S E Moore.... ..i.Couut Limy
V SwartzlanUer. . .". I . .Sir Walter Raleigh
F Zigler ...Hans Peter Pump
Fred Crocemiller. ... . . ... ..Mexican Cavalier
F Johnson. . . . . .
M F. J ones
G A Taylor......
G W Kimball....
Asher Marks.... ,
........... . .Cloiva
,. . ...English Knight
......... Richard III
. . ...Sister Superior
.Don Caearde- Bazan
....... .Negro Wench
Frenchman frum Cork
J M Suider..
11 Luh rs
K G Scrojgs Jr.
W II Parrot ................. Uncle Sam
MFRapp.. ....Sja.ii&h Cavalier
W U Fisher .. ......... .Corn Doctor
S Cawltisld '.. Female 0 inlaw
W S MofFet . . Italian Brigand
J Silberstsm. . ...Gran I Mother
W L Singleton ........ Gforge Washington
C L Hadtey. . .The Old Kuiicht of Rotclrarg
K MoClallea ........ ........... Irishmau
C Clemen ta J lloyal Middy
S FFloed. ........... ........ Buffalo Bill
V C Gaddis.. ; ........Monk
GeoS Hayuca... ......Clown
T Ferd.. ...........
L McGregor. .......
John McCurdy . . . . . .
Mr W 11 I'itchford
" W S Humphrey..
. ... St Jacob's Oil
, . Brother Gardiner
...... .Blue Domino
..... Scotch Lassie
" M F i:aop... Daughter of the4ll2giment
Geo Langenbcrg. .Crazy Quilt
" Sadie atkina-Not all Gold that glitters
" J M Snyder..., L.Gypsie Girl
" J C Fullerton.. Princess Beatrice
" G A. Taylor ....... ... 'Telegraphy
' J C Sheridan.. .(Jueeu of. Roses
L C Wheeler. . . . .Coining thru' the Rye
J C Aiken....
' li XtuGregor.,
. M Jones
" T Grisdale.i.
" II C Slocum..
. ... Huttcilly
. . ... Betsy Brown
Biddy from Pike
. . .Silver shower
f Chaa Had'ey. . . . i '.Princess of IJosehurg
" E Guthrie...
" J as . Farris. ......
" F Noble...... ....
Jlisf'-M Cawlfiald. ;. - .
" Belle Jones........
' &"'ie Teuey.
'StoJl Smith.... ...
" E. Vhinvt
t1 Yiolst llaynos...,
. . ... .... ..Bo Beep
........ I'lain dealer
. . . ... . . Jersey Liity
...... Turkish Lady
..... Fiowcr Girl
. . . .T... V. Rose liidl
. . ..... . . . Fairv
i( JfannHli C.irlonl Litele Flirt
Martha Byde'r.v. '.Evening Stars
Einma Dailrymjile. ..Swallow
tl George Snyder..... Archer
Sadie 31 a son . .... . Voj Corn Girl
" Ada Rngon.... Dinah de Doodleiloin
E. Karnowiky. ...... Domino
Sarah Woo IrnfiV. . . . . . ...... Gypay
Lucy Bernhardt..... Little 1 Peep
" E. Liudsay." . -....Yankee Girl
""Minnia liuckla Sailor Girl
" Delia Partis. Quakeress
. ' Mamie Jonc. FiirL
Addie Fullerton.... ..Orucle ef-Fate
" 31 Howell Evening Star
F Howell -Vanity
" Grc Oakes.... Zouave Soldier Girl
Estella Harmon......... . .... Frost
Fan'Vna Lawrence.... School Girl J
" Lucy Hay . . . . . . Gypsy Queen
Iaat. At Mia lui" 3,11 a sinU l! il
-' Vauilkerciiic f. " Please kave at this office.
Fa New Oklkas;. John Sheridan left
for New QrhMiis last week. At Portland
. A. A. Fiok joiued hi:n aud wo pia they
will have a jolly good time. My the trip
be ene round of pleasure.
KsriifTsiAsxic. Mr. aud -fire. J. II.
" Whitaett have been desirous ot naming ineir
baby after some good Democrat It hap
pauel to bo of the fairer sex but uotdispair
" ing thfyjimprovbed a "name. They call the
little lady. C evie as near to Cleveland as
they could get.
Medical - Lewislatiox We print this
week a correspondence on the above subject.
' Certain it is that the present legislature
should not fail to enact boujc. laws upon this
most important suhject to protect the peo
ple fron impostors and to preserve the dig
ity of the medical f raternity. Our Cirrcs
pondent expresses views of his owu and
there are it appears several Bides to this
Fou Washington. Congressman-elect,
Biuatr Hermann, started for Washington on
Tuesday merning. lie inteuds to be absent
some six weeks during which time he will
' Visit the World's fair at New Orleans, wit
ness the cermonie3 t Washington's monu-
' ineut, seo President Cleveland inaugurated
and other siguts too iiumeioua to mention.
We wUh the distinguish si g?r.tlemia a
g We are informed that the Jacksonville
and Kerbyville stage was overturned be
tween Wildervillo and the latter place on
Applegate creek on Tuesday last, drowning
five pei-ous iLclniln the driver. 1 has far
we have been uuab.e to, learn tbo tames of
the nnfortuaate', excepting that vf A,
McClun, th "wee bit of a lad'f just uleascd
frum "di r nce vile" at Sl em.
On the morning of tbo 29tk ult., we
boarded the train at Roieburg for Cor
vallis. . Conductor Wilson, looking
after the liabilities of bis train, as usual
gave us pieasant entertainment, until
we reached Oakland when we beard
"twentv minutes for breakfast," which
meant, of course that Richard Thomas
the landlord of the Depot Hotel, would
hunger created by our early
ride. Anjl we were not disappointed.
Thence wej came on through th rich
and beautiinl Willamette, aud about
4 o'clock P. 31. we were safely, landed
in Corval'.is by James Eg! in the manip
ulator of the stage ribbons from Alb
any to CorviUis. In the evening the
Board of Regents of Coiv&IHs Agricul
tural : College, met in the College
Chapel, for the purpose of considering
the propiety. of "asking this present leg
iskuure t( disolve the compact now
existing between this Board of Regents
and the Siate of On'gon. The last con
fcrenca of - the 31ethodist Church
South held at Dayton, W. T, last Sept.
instructed! the Board to this end, bar
ring the fc;ngle contingency, that the
citizens ofj Ronton counly raise $25,
000 for the purpose of erecting a buil
ding on the College farm, ami to the
apprehension of. some of us at least, it
was quiteevidnt that- the money could
not be raised under the existin" cir-
. ,. ... .. .
cumstar.ee?, and therefore .for tbo ood
if all, and especially the 'church, wc
favord immediate segregation, and a
fer discussion pro and con, for about two
hours, the President of the Board pro..-
J. B. Le said "are vou ready
on the motion, to oben the
mandate lof the Conference," the vote
baing tn'Jen, he. announced that it was
carrwd-then adjournment, then of course
followed soii.e d;s.satibIaction. And bo
the church iiiid state aro divorced in
this particular, and we hepo they wil
ever romam so. And then utter spen
ding a day pleiisautly in the city, meet
inga nd greeting old friends, on Satur
daa we proceed to Dallas, the County
seat of iamou old Polk. Here at niht
we .installed the oaijew of..Ainsworth
Chapte'VaiiU iiad a nust pleasant time.
The 'people of tins liltio city wilUreat
friends vitfht euperWy.
After attending to our pastoral work
on the cabathv'we came on to Dixie,
and enrpute, .by iho kindness of that
royal, full. fledged Sjofcohuiaii, Rjn.
RoUv CI jw, our Pait Grand Mister
of A. F. 4TA. M., we were entertained
at dinnej-, and we ; not say anything
about uHiofitesa except that tke table
"groaned', a3 usual, and a better, sweet
er is! ice of lurkey has not been laid on.
our plate for a long time. Allow us to
say, wa did justice to the ojoasiou.
Now this j section ;n and about Dixie is
dssfined at no distant d ir tn draw a
goodly number of people. It is a Grip,
rich, pleasant local it v. Here is th
our much honored pioneer
frieiil, II),n. J.-W. .Nesmith. Ilia fam
ily still! resides hero.., Wo now
to independence, and find a
I .. ...
tuare iwmca cans us to
Salem (immediately in reference
to the ,Corvalli3 College. Arriving
at the S.Ute Capitol, about 3 o'clock P.
M. Tuciday, we disenbarked from the
Steamer Occident, and 'wend our vav
to the far-faued Chemekula Hotel,
and we are not long in discovering the
fact that the Representatives of Oregon
are' In?re ..working for the good of all
their constituent, surrounded by a re
spectable lobby, who from time to time
gratuitously f urn-shed all necessary
snggfijtionsahd a sufficient quantum of
information, to insure as good legisla
tion as; parba)s any "third hous" could
do in this confederation of States. Our
observation leads us to conclo.de that it
is easier to criticise legislation than it is
Sen-atdhial. The progress of the Sena
torial coutast at S-deai has so far been quite
satisactoiy to, iu. -. We ouly regret that it
will not so continue to the endof the chapter
However, we fu ly realize that this good
fortune j cannot be. Tho llepublicans wilt
not create a vacancy in this high of5ce by
their , own laches- Th-y will surely elect
sumebodv and a few days wi'4 dcve!po
milch tiiat i3 important to many aspirants.
Up to tjliis time the course of the Democratic
Legislators baa been Wise enough, compli
ments have been plenty, innocent and mean
ingless. They should thas continue Until
there is a brealf in the ranks of the opposi
tion aud then they should co-operate with
the better and more seusibla portion of the
Rapubicans aiid name a competent, worthy
aud efficient servant. They can do this
maca and shoull uat hsiitata to at in this
Charniiagne's boarders have had some
Iudian iciubs made and, a sixteen pound ball
cast to stenuttheu their muscles these lazy
days. Tate a baud at their sportsl
A. M$Clung, the "wee bit of a lad" wh
was en to the penitentiary for one year
from this county has served liu time out
and returned home on, Tuesday's train.
The Lis Angeles fruit g,-owers?are making
extraordinary elforts to beat the Florida peo.
pie in the fruit display at New Orleaus espjc
ally in the way of due orange and citrus fruit.
Under the present laws a man ran t-ecure
from the government 1G0 acres by pre-emp-ion
160,acrcs under the homestead, and 1U0
urder the timber : culture law, making 4S0
acres in all. A bill has been introduced
into Congress, repealing all bat the home
sU&d law and amending that.
Iloads are muddy. . .
Many new subscribers.
Old-fashioned Oregon weather,
v The Legislature is grinding away.
Our chief is still in the Willamette.
The masquerade was a grand buccesi.
Washington's birthday approach eth.
Dout forget the 4th of March celebration
Valentines at Laagenberg to suit any case .
Hon. A F. Brown of Oakland is in this
Tho 'Ashland wooln tniJ Is have started
The Social Club dance will occur St. Val
18S3 is getting down to business, one
month fione already. .
Correspondence should reach us oy Wed
nesday night to insure 'Insertion.
When in town drop into the Review office
and yive us the news of your section.
When you want your pape r stopped do so
like an honest mau and py up your arrears.
A government bnilding is ' spoken of a
among the tiling that will be ai IvOsaUurj.
t The flag'-taff is now on the ground and will
be finished for the 4th of March celebration.
The Medford "Journal" is to be.started
by Prof. McGinnis. It. O. Scroggs aban
doning the idea of establishing a paper there.
Carlyle was not the only threat man who
has pilfered from dyspepsia. Our "cotem".
serins to be afflicted equally as jnuiUto judge
by his petty growdng. .
Senator Dolph's measures regarding the
sale of timber lands has been justly rebuked
by the Hous e of the present Legislature.
The vote to memorialize Congress not to
pass said I ilia being, forty-eight to eleven.
It is seldom lliAt.a senator is so heavily set'
dowu'ou by the Legislature of bib owu state.
The bills referred to would throw all the
tisnberjaud ou the market lobe secured by
; - ..,. ..---- '-'
Wo solicit job work. : -
Business is looking pp.
Some rain, but mild weather.
McClallen has ordered a line hack
for his hotel. .
The Review is gaining in popular
favor every, day.
Jacksonville is excited over a gold
tamo discovered in hei screets.
fckating rink every aftwno6n and
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evening.-
Ry consulting our advertising col
umns yon will alwavs find something
new and reliable.
The rink is grtvjed by some of the
davoteesof f tshiou in the very latent
Dr. Secord, the Specialist can always
be found at tiio Cosmopolitan Hotel.
Read his advertisement..
A frisky individual' calling himself
a corndocter found his way into the
city juil Monday. Too much old rye.
If you do not believe advertising
pays try to loau $;i,G00 or 4,000 like
Col, Fullerton did aud you will find
We were in error in stating that the
legislature had changed the time of the
mei timx of the Circuit Court .of this
If Warner' Safa Cures aro no bet
ter than the price he offers'. to- pay for
advertising they .would not cure a ilea
of the tooth-ache.
There will be an auction sale of per
sonal property at the Gilmore farm nine
miles south-east or Reseburg, on Tues
day IQ,th, see bills.
The wind Sunday night blew down
seven trees across the track, south of
heie, and the passengqs train was coi
seouentlv several hours laie.
Sheriff Taylor took a crazy half bread
Indian. named Blaine to the asylum
this week- He may b the dark horse
in the Senatorial race, who knows
A legal gentleman meeting another
the other 'day .and -picking from his
sbouldct a long nut-brown hair en
quired "What divorce case is going on
The water pipe for Da Motia's bath
rooms have been laid down. The build
ing will soon be ready for occupancy.
Wo hope our coaemporary will make a
note of this and secure a reserved seat
The Douglas Independent comes to
us this week as the Roseburg Review,
and tinder the management of Rev. J.
R. N. Bell. It is a live local paper
and promises to be representative of
Douglas Co. Lcng life and prosperity
to the Review. West Side.
We call attenion to the cfrd of Dr.
Edward Diedrich Physician and Sur
geon and Dr. W. J. Patton Dentist,
who have fitted up pailors above th
jewelry store of L. Belfils. Dr. Died
rich is a . graduate of Qerman and
American schools of medicine, refers to
Prof. Maeuner, of our public school,
and for several years was stationed at
Omaha a3 Surgeon and Physician for
the U. P. railroad. Dr. Patton is &
first-class dentist and hails from Port
land, f rem where becomes highly rocom
mended. . These gentlemen intend to
i permanently lecate with us.
; Our energetic friend E. II. Pinkslon
of Dimmick's ferry was in town several
das this week.
John Stearns, book keeper, for Chen
owih, Stearns & Co. is confined to his
room from a serious illness.
The most tenilic wind storm known
to our vicinity prevailed Sunday nighL
But little damage heard from.
Mr. J...W.- Stark, Elkton's line iver
chant, 13 spending a few days in aud
about Oakland a.'iiong his many friends.
Rev. llr. Parker of the -.Episcopal
Church, preached a mo it escelhv.it ser.
mon on last sabbath to an attentive
The school at Old Town under tho
very capable supervisian of Prof. II. L
Thomas is enjoying much deserved
Our worthy townsman and popular
Druggist Dr. Z. L. Dimmick, was pres
ent at the birth ..day party "given on
last Saturday at homo of his niece Miss
Alary Coopor, daughter of Hon. James
T. . Coopei" near' Wilbur. He reports
having had a very pleasant time
Our friend slier ill Taylor called up
street, OCT the train Monday evening,
and remaining too long goo left. Tne
truth is Gus has so many ftieuds in
Oakland that he must have more time
than twenty minutes for hand shaking
and a pleasant word which he has for ah
It302i3 From Yoncolla.
'R. A. Booth is doing a general lum
The town has reundno.l quiet since
the Preisdential election.
Orator Dowell is erecting some
buildings on his farm iu the valley.
Mrs Booth cf Wilbur has been. visit
ing her son Robert for several days
John Wagenor who mysteriously
disappeared some two years ago is re
ported to be iu Washington Territory
Perry Burt,, Justice of the Peace,
post-master, railroad, agent," telegraph
operator and exprees agent has" a neat
and commodious otiice.
C.-E. Tracy holds forth at his old
stand assisted by his grand-son C. N.
Tracy as clerk, ever ready to. attond to
the wautsof his numerous. coslomers.
- Messers Cartwright and Thorp, suc
cessors to Booth Bros, in general mer
cdandisa business aio ever ready to
uiak. a trade and take thir percentage.
Farmers "are busy jutting in grain
the prospects of a. big harvest aro flat
terinar. Notwithstanding the low
rice of grain a largj . acie.iga will be
sown. . . .
-Tha school district is without a
school house and minus a teacher
Education is at a ' standstill. " A re
foruiatio,:i is lq iked for in this direct
Th roads, in this district are m a bad
condition. haying been, without a sup
ervisor for the last year. Tho parties
appointed by the county court belong
ing to other districts failed to qualify.
Dave Dickenson and James Brown
were outlast nidit in search of tho
tramp who stole Brown's gun last- week.
They overtook him Wednesday evening
at Couistocks and returned to Yaacoila
with their prisoner. '
The latent event was the law suit - cf
Tracy V3. Krewson it Co. Barker & Co.
aud Johnson fc Eldensburg before his
Hon. Justice Burt. C. Ball attorney
of Roseburg aj)c-arcd for the plainti U
The defendant failed to appear; judg
ment was given against them by de
The community were thrown into.au
excitement last week over the exploits
.of a tramp who has been entering
dwelling houses iu the abssmse of their
occupant? and taking lire arms. Wed
nesday of last week he broke into the
dwelling of James Brown near 'town,'
in the temporary absense of the family
and took a Winchester. - A warren t
was sworn out before the Justice and the
neighbors have been scouring the conn
cry with shot suns to. effect his capture.
Uut the fistive tramp has escaped so
far although he has been seen in the
vicinity on several different days.
Roads are getting nnuhlr.
Wui. Black woo J of Canyonville pas
sed through our, little town, . Monday
evening on his way to tN. Y; on a trip
for his health and to visit tho home of
Mrs. Thotnaa T. Prather of Mon
tana and her brother arid sister. Isaac
and Mollis Merrhnon,( of Medford vis
ited friends and relations here Monday
and Tuesday and started for Montana
Mrs. Wm. Hackler of Canyonvil'.e
has been risking relatives in our vallev.
Daring the year 18S4 there were six
inarrrhgas .three deaths, and five births
DlS;Z?iIA ail Li ?ar Complain
yoa have a pripttd guarantee on every bot
tle of Shiloh's VitalLser. It nsver faili'to
Wm. Walker ia studying law with
Lane and Lane.
Sam Marks, of Canyonyille is paying
Roseburg a visit.
. D, S. K. Bulck, ot Myrtle creelr, was
in town this week.
Castillo Ball went to Youcolla en
legal business this week. .
Sam Henbricks is quite sick at the
home of his father in this citv.
Miss Minnie Ruckle of Myrtle civck
lias been visiting friends in town this
J.F. Barker has bottrrht the Fen'
nor property aud will take possession
scon. - '
Dr. Ceo. IT. Flelt, of Junction, is
visiting friends -aud relativtex in Rose
W. Mattingly, the well known
machinery man, was in. town over;
Sunday. : . i
P. B. Ping, of Washington city, was'
in town on business connected with the
laud office. ; i
Saturday our office was illumined bv
the pleasant f.milcs of Miss Bell Hunan
and Miss Inez Gilliland.
G. V. Bogga has been completely
exonerated from the '' charges brought
against him and las teacher's certificate
will bo reissued.
Hen. T. B. Kent of Jacksonville
was in our buig over . Sunday on his
return home from Salem. Time deals
gently with him, and his many friends
ware gla d to shako him by the Laud
Escitsd ThcTt3ind3 '
All over the land are going into fc-
stacy over Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption. Their unlooked for
recovery by th timely use of thisgre'at
life Saving remedy, caisee them logo
neirly wild in its piaise. It is gnar-
teed to jiosi lively cure Severe Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Hay Fever, Bronchitis
Hoarseness1, -Loss of Voice, or any af
fcction of Throat and Lungs. Tiial
Bottle froe at Dr. S. Hamilton's Dri-ff
Stove. Large siz 1.00
SLEEPljIiSS NlUiiTrf, ina;e miserable
hy that terrible conh. fcihiloh's Cure is the
liemedy for you. 1
SJIILOII'S CATAfiUII WSMEDYa
positive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria, and
SH ILOII'S COUGH and Consumption
Cure i? Eo'd by as cu a jjiuranteo. It cures
For lame-Rack. Side or Chest use Shiloh's
Porous Piaster.. i'i ice 25 cents-
TIIAT JlACKIXG COUtJH cva be so
quickly curod by Shdjh's Cure. We guar
SHILOH'S VITALIZED is what you need
or Constipation, Loss of Appetite. Di&duess
and ali syniptasis of Dyspt-p&ia. Piica 10
ai.d 75 ceut3 per bottle.
Th3 Popular Approval .
Of the now famous Syrup of Fig as the
most efficacious Jiiid ajreeablo preparation,
ever offered to the world as a cure for habit
ual constipation, billiiusTiss, jdiestion
aud kindred il'., has becu won by the wise
plan pursued by the California Fig Syrup
Company. Knowing that any remedy truly
bcnelk-ial in its effects on the system, and at
tha same time pleasant to the taate, will
meet with a rapid sale, tho company, through
its agent for Rosebury, S. Hamilton; and
Page &. Diiomictc of Oakland, gives away
sanit)Ie bottles free of charge. Try it and
judge for yojraelf. Largo bottles fifty ceuts
or one dollar.
"I Dout Pes! Iaa mi"
ft makes no difference what business
you are engaged in: whether you are
a preacher, a merchant a meccanic, a
lawyer or a common laboifr, you can't
do your work wo'.i while you . re half
sick. Thousands try, to, but all in
vain. , How much better to keep your
organs in good order by taking Parker's
Ton in. wh.en you feed "a little cut ef
sorts:" It would be money in yom
pocket. One hour of good, rejoicing
health is worth half a dozen hours full
of languor and pain.
Tfi8 Housewife s Favorite. :
We will send free for one entire
year, to every lady who sends us at
once the names of ton married ladies,
at same address, and 12 two-cent stamps
for postage, our handsome, entertaining
and instruct! ve Journal, devoted to
Fashions, 1'ancy Work, JJeeoratmg,
Cooking and Household matters.
Ilegula? price, $1.00. Send to-day,
and seenre next number. Addrea, DO
MESTIC JOUHNAL, Nund:?, N. Y.
Syrap oi Figs
Nature's own true Laxative. . Pleas
ant to thef Palate, acceptable lo the
.Stomachy harmless in its nature, pain
less in its action, Cures habitual Con
stipation, Fiiliousness Indigestion and
kn dred ills. Cleanses the system,
purifies the blood, regulates the Liver
and acts on the Bowels. Breaks up
Colds, Chilh and Fevers, etc. -Strengthens
the organs on which it acts. Bet
tcr than bitter, nuuseou3 Liver medi
cines, il's, salts and draughts. Sam
ple bottles tree, and largo bottles for
sale by S. Hamilton.
ARE YOUJMADE miserable by iudiges.
tion, constipation, dizziness, loss of appetite
yellow skiu ? Shiloh's Vitalizeris a positive
x, LAUKEL LODGE A. F. M. WILL HOLD
TeguliU" uietl'ngs oa WeUnestliy on ur Ut
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'---..-VitL tu 'lhurday -eveiiii: of
weik tit 7 u'dock, iu their hxli at K)s-iurjr.
Uiim'jerj . the ordr iu j;d stiiiiiii: aie iavitcJ to
.itLcid. B urder of tae. i. li.
tMv kx:a vim;-:n r, g, i. . o. r.f uieata
O, wdi Ke'l.twa" JIa'l an 'i ' tiTJi a:i.l Tr; j
vert inj.ii!i, : VwiiLix ijrcUiro.i invitud t. a,tt;i.l.;
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iVu a,i 1 tiu.vi Tca jJay in e;v-h liioiilh. - A)J
tFXHA ;i,S:vibers hi i:'oil sainiiriif -w jil ta.k ilu and
4me!y- notice asJ jrwern tiiem-sulves ajcmiiny.
i lsitiiix ?o.n;a:iiMj) '.ire iiivitui 10 meet viivii tin
haje. xutveateuc. '
J. C. FitIjIEtox, II. P.
'. AiT. I. Fair.aiA.vrE3, Sc'v.
VS. F. Owens, - - 'daiscr.
m jot ' (
ALSO AGENT3 TO It
OF ALL KIND3.
ril TRANSACT A CKNEUAL
Y (iar Li:i; and p.ij tlic high
t.-r Wool aud Gn.i l.
L EUSTKESS IN
at iiari.ci. I'rice
fci.l-l:xe o? AcnrcrLTurtKL implf..
OFFICE AX I
AXD WAIIEH0U3E OPPOSITE Till
oivo a t a uJ.
"W. IT. Owens.
Blsicksmhhius aail Shoeing.
All work in this line will be attended to
promptly at reasonable rates.
w. n: blooms,
SEVERAL EiiSUaAKGE' AG?i7.
Office at Couut House.
RiSEr.URG . OliFCON
TVrOTICE IS HEUE:;V GIVEX THAT THE UN
JL isne Administrator oihe Kdt-ite of tyuihia
A. AppUgxut, dectase'l, by oraor of Use County Ooort
of JLfou j'la'i cuuutj', Oregon, maile and entered ot tlw
1st da o fcoember lsit. Volume 4, paes S3 ami
Blot i he 1 rb.i.to orJcr bouk, sell :i uul:c tale
on iloiiday ilurch 10lb,lia , at 1 o'oluuk in the uSur
iiuua on tiio (ra!ni.ie3 for ca jh i:i liatid tho followh jj
deiribea proaiisej anJ real irorerty beiO!inc t
tkii-.l estate fi-vi is; Ucxi'ininL' ct a jioiiit 3 chains u est
of quarter section corner Lcta'den seutiaus 'i0an;l )
Tow tshi -2-1, S. R- 5 V, -est, tiieucc North iO chain:,
tiiun-jt: .Noi ta SUA desi'iiaa ri. 8 2o-ioO chaiua, then-je
Worvh 'i riejfrte- E. 4 B5-IiM) vhauis, tbeaee South
ii degrees K. chains, thence South 2D chains, theme
Meal 1. V)J-l'K ehai:i3 toplaeeof Lctiiiiiiiis una a'l
heiiiir in DougUM eoiuny, Oregon mi-J eoiitaiin; ii
i'i lyO Acres, toetlier wub the uppui'tc-naueei therc
U!it; heloniiu. l.ite.i Ito-ehur t)rej-o!k Jamiarr
2iti, ISiii. U. Y. Al'i'bKG ATiJ, Adiiiiiijstrator.
Ja.'iy. Slit Ot.
SEAI-UD EIDS VIIX BIS RECEIVED BV VIIE
boiiovl Cierk of DiwtrL-i .No. 14, DoLglas c.-inr.v
Oi-eoi,, for bujliliut; a sehoul house in uml ou-jr;!,
auordin to ixnn aa J spew'Ulcatumx, a eupy ol vhi--;i
cm Lo wsen by appiyni ut the Couniy ciuik s oiiice
or at tho lesnleuee of tue l.'btrict Clerk as Luua
Ferry, l'ouiflas county, ureg-on.
Ah biJa to be eudoivievir ''ltiJtiforBuQJloa: a School
niiin to be Ofene:I at the annual School ineethi-r on
tho touitii Uay cf March, laaj, by the lioani ot l?i
reetors. Cuiuruet to be let to lowe.it re):o;is:ble bi'l
iler. The buiiaiijjr eoimiiiitee reserve tha rtnt to
rejaet iiny or all bids, liy order of tho Consjniuie.
L. T. TliUMl'a'JX, Clei k.
VTOTICE 13 HEItEBY GIVEN THAT THE. U2T-
deijijr.iel Jmvc boin appointed Executors of
the las ill uii iesuuiient, andot the Estate of VVil
lioniS. rinkiton, decea.ieit, late of Ioa;jUs ooantT,
Oregon, by order oi the County Court f nail County
tail State, made and e;it;reJ ou the -4;h day of Janu
ary. 183a, and they have uuly qualified m such: Now
thererore, all pentonts haTin claims against said Es
Ui are hereby notified to present the sucedalv ver
ified within six month. at thobherifi'a otiite at ICose
hurf, Oregon, t either of tho unde sig-ned, and all
persons owinj said twt,vte are required tj maho Im
mediate paynisht a,U.vo.
P. II. PIXKST0X,
U. -A. TAYUJK,
Dated at Ro3e'our, January 31st, 13-S5.
Notice to the Public.
v LL jcr3ons are forbidden to enter upon- any of
1. my e:iciosed lasids in I'lour-ioy VaHcy, or to
hunt ujou my premise.-!. JOXE3 IX."FLuUii.MY.
J. l. StlTH,
Ptoj'iittoi1 of thu
CITY BAKERY AND .
JEEPS CONSTANTLY II.
v.- stociof lir?d, Cakef, Pies,
HAND A FULL
Plain and I'aticv
crackcrM, ete; Ai-sn a G:te seleciloij :f PreiwU aud
Amencaa caiuhcj ana Choolyte Co-:Js. "
ROSEBURG MARBLE- WORKS.
W" 'U . I T
DEALSn IN "
TOOMBSTONES, TABLETS, ETC.
Shop H,ear of , llogan's Stor.
ATTORNSY" -AT LAW.
OFFICE: Iu Marks' brick, up stairs.
l r sqei;
ATXOIilIE3T-AT - LAW.
OiHco, AdjoIuiiig-IIogan's Store.
ROSEBURG OREGON "
First right hand roou., uj-stairs ever
Marks' Store. Repuus. a:idaIterationr
An Independent Newspaper of
Democratic Principles, butnctCon
trolied by any Set of Politicians or
Manipulators ; Devotscj to Collect
ing and Publishing ail the News of
the Day in the mci;t Interesting
Shape and with the greatest possi
ble Promptness, Accuracy and Im-
partiality; and to the .Promotion of
Democratic Ideas ancj Policy in tha
affairs of Government, Society and
Ilatra, by Mail, Postpaid: '
DAILY, per Year ' - $8 00
DAILY, per Month ..... 13
SUNDAY, per Year 1 CO
DAILY and SUNDAY per Year 7 CO
WEEKLY, per Year - - - 1 C9
Address. TUB SUX. Torts City.
OUcrs for s:Uc in Kcss or Tin;
4000 pounds of Pioneer White
500 &i!ciM&i!ci:i BoilctI
fiinsec:! OH;.250 gals. Tur
ienthi?; A cciup'i stock ol
laluts, Dnssiic, Tarnishes,
iind C;::i "Calor. (H you are
gs:: id do viiiy induthiz cali
a'jdgct i)iicc.s before purchas
ing - Elscv, licre.) A complete
cissortic:it of Selsool Boeksv
Mdiool ytatiosic'ry, Writing
Pai?ei EuycZocs, etc., ivhich
S yf'ui seii very Cheap. Car
tie;i .Seeds, Patent .Medicines,
and cverythisig that is kept in
a IJrst-elas Drugstore. Or
ders hy mail anst Express
promptly attended to.
II.AOS Oil. .
J. M. BILL ABB-
woukl res;ei;t.f'any inform thepnilic
Las ou hatul a tine assort men 5
and in fact everything nsa tlly ksoS at a fir -dais
stoif. CJive him a call.
ijrO-itAiJ .' Z iJ
All 'kinds of Produce .
Taken .ii Exc3i;i;i2cfor Ooods
ta. li or 1 an pr .njty ti ; m I
, T. C. 'MAOEEY,
FHYSIGIAK & SUHOEQ
TlieEcTiss' Guide h issued March
p.nd Sept., each yenr; 224 post 84x11
iacliea, with over JS,SQ0 illustrations
a whofa picture gallery. Girea vrholetala
prices direct to consumers oa alt goods fcr
personal or -rr fast! ose."
Tells how to "order, and
gives exact A cost oF ev
ery thing you ti ' cse, dxink,
er.t, wear, or Sfh.r have fun
t.ith. These NJi . invaluable
hooks contain information plcancd from "
iho ciarhcis cf tiio vrorl 1. Te viii Eail
a copj Proo to cry address i?pon receipt
cf tho postage 6 ccnt$. Let U3 hear
from yon. v ritc-pcrtfully, t
OftTC Qr.1 tlfiY WAS5D & CO.
L4l ii Uii'J tjnissaj Arcane, t-iivtT, ill.
INVAUJAKLE TO AIXICl U SB A
V(Zi be mailed f?fCri?.55r 4-?
to all UDDlicanta r IIL.L.
and to customers of last year v. tuout
' f mm mam
ordering it. li containi illustrations, pricafl,
descriptions and directions for plant'rj &3
Vegetable and Flower SEEDS. BUIKg, vn,
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, lSSS
4 LL PERSON'S ARE HEUEBY NOTIFIED TIIAT
j 1 have given to my son eharies Jl. N'oah hi,
ntue an a nim of full ae. I claim lione of hi zct,
and will not bere-jpun iibie for uny of hi on tracts
auj ail iitrsona are warneu nos w ci'in- 111 uion mj
account. O. 'OAlV
jAivx&ry 10th,- 1S33. ;
United! Staies Lnd Oi?.j,
r.osebur?, trejn, lee. 13, lrtSS. -TOTICE
IS KrifvLUV OlVLX, PUKitA-NT TO
Xl Act of Con jr.-ec s of June 3, for th nale ot
nmhor lati.Js ia tne Sti of valifyruia, oregoti, N
vd and in Wa-hinjrtju Territory ,t!,atiieary C.Sltn
uicna ha applied to purchase tke Low N'o. 6, 6, 7
and 8, bee. 21, T. 23 A U. 7 West.Aillaiuctta Ur
iilian. " - '
Any aad H perwns elaiiaiinff adve-sely any-of tha
above described la id, luust ti'.e titeir claim a n a tha
Ho'ifiittr of tiieU. &. Laua oili;e at ttofcourg, Oregon
during the sixty days publication lureof, and fauin;
to do so, toeir rigviU wi.l oe barred t y aiuu.
Willi IT, I12NJAM1A', v.
dec20-9t y iiStrv