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    ROSEBURG REVIEW
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I FIIIEST JOB OFFICE
IN DOUGLAS COUNTY.
CARDS, BILL HEADS, LEGAL BLAMS
And other rriuting, Including
Large and Heavy Posters and Showy Hand-Bilis
Neatly and E-vpcditioujly exocutci
AT PORT LAN 0 PRICES.
UOSEBURO ItEVIKW
18 ISSUED
FRIDAY MOUN1NGS
' BY '
TnE REVIEW PUBLISH INU C( .
J. R. BELL, - - Editor.
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VOL. X. !
ROSEBURG, OREGON. FRIDAY, APRIL, 2, 1886.
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Review.,
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GEUEEAL DIEEOTOBY-
OROVER OLK.VELASf
nUiit.
Tiiom. K. Kavakd M;creiary of St.itc
Tiimir. T M akktxo. Secretary l lreasur.
L. Q. C. Lam Alt.. Secretary of the Interior.
Wm, C. Etuncorr Secretary o va r
W. C. Whits ey Secretary of rsavy.
W. T. VltAS I'ost Master Scleral.
A. II. (iABl.AND ...Attorney f. em nl.
Morir.isoH II. Waitb. . Chief Justice.
1 STATE OF OUKOON.
J. N. Dolvu. . .- 1 u S. Senators.
J. ,11. Mitchell - - J
JBinoer Hermann. Congressman.
Z.F. Moody....... iio'r-
ft. P. Earhart Secrctaryof State.
Edward Hibwu State Treasurer.
K. B. MiELE0Y....Su1,t. Pub. Instruction.
W. H. Byars tata fruiter.
J. B.Waldo, C.J.,)
Wm. P. Lord, Y .Supremo .I.i.ips.
W. W. Thateb, )
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTBJCT.
' J.'AV"' IIamiltos .... Prosecuting Attorney.
' DOUGLAS COUNTY.,
John EuMrrr,
J. H. Suupe. )
Wm. Mansino, 1
IlEHKy Rogers, j
O. VV, Kiddle,
C. B. Wilcox, '
O. W. Kimball
G. A. Tatlob, . . .
D. S. West,
F.W.Benson..'.
... ... Senators.
...... ..Retires utatives.
Clerk.
Sheriff.
Treasurer.
. .School Superintendent.
E. C. Sacry.
.Assessor.
'J. R. Frrziiuoii County Julj;e,
J. HiLt, C. A. McUeb Commissioners
. Wm. Jhiel Surveyor.
Dr. S. S. Mabsteus. Coroner.
. , CITY OF KOSEBURO.
II. C Stattton, t
John Rast. I
J. P. Sheridan, V Trustees. ;
L. C. .Whehleb, i
: P. ItRN-KniCT. f 1
;T. Fokd Recorder.
v G. J. Langkbbero Marfclial.
JOHN Chasjc... : . Treasurer.
PROFESSIONAL,
L T. fJtSEv ' " OUS LAKE
' jrANE & lane; ' ;
- Attorneys at Law. . -
Main street, opposite Cosmopolitan lintel.
J A C. FULLERTON,
Attorney at Law.
' OSlco in Marks brick, up stairs.
iWHITEMORE M. D. -
I - . .
MYRTLE CREEK OREGON.
- Office at il dyer's stork.
'- ' Residence at Henry V Adams'.
HLTERlv D.:- -
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
' t'ANYONVILLE OREGON
S K. L. MILLER, M. D
r - Surgeon.
; " Hoina;opathic rhysiciiin.
Offiice up stairs in the old Sheridan
Brick, on Jackson Street, Roseburg,
Oregon. Chronic diseases a speciality.
F. G. (EHME, M. I).
(Pronounced A ma.)
HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
& Graduate Of The
UNIVERSITY
Of Leipzig Germany.
Offico & Residence at the house of
the late 11. Gatterman, Oak Street,
near R. R. track, Roseburg.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
IMLEY'S HOTEL
Oakland, Oregon.
Board $1 per Day; Single Meals, 25 cents,
f3TThis house has lately changed hands and is
oroughly renoated and refurnished. The travel
ng public will And the best of accommodations.
No Cliiuumuu. lm ployed.
SMITH BAILEY.
ABSOLUTELY
FIRST CLASS
MRS. D. C. McCLALLEN,
Proprietor of the
McCLALLEN HOUSE.
Large Sample Ilooms for Commercial
Travelers.
roe Coach to and from the house
Baxspajrc delivcrc free of charge.
DEPOT HOTEL,
OAKLAND, OREGON.
Itioliartl ThomnH, l'i'op.
JFirnt Class
SLEEPING ACCOMODATIONS
AXD THE
Table supplied with the Best the Market affords
Hotel at tho Depot of the Railroad.
MOORE'S RESTAURANT.
(Princlinl Uubhicga Street.)
IfcoNolmrgr Oicsrou
MEALS S5 CENf S, LODGING 25 CENTS
W Keep the Best the Market Affords.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE-
Sa m i' el Marks,
Ashek Marks,
S. MARKS & Co.
-DEALERS IN-
!IMI III
-ill AVE CONSTANTLY ON H AND--
V " '"":-! f
Crockery, Glassware,
Provisions, Cigars,
r Boots and Shoes.
Wool and Produce
tion Bought
AND THE VERY HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR THEM.
s. 3IVTilW Jto CO
.L
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m. josef:hso:ist
i
NEW
fill CASE If Oil.
i
Keojs a full lino of Dress Goods of every variety and Shade.
A full line of Silks.
A full line of Satins, Brocades and Velvets.
A full line of Fancy Dress Goods.
A full line of Hosiery.
j A lull line of Clothiiig.
A f ull line of Furnisliing Goods.
A full line of Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes.
A full line of Staple and Fancy Grocerioa and Tobaccos.
J A full line of Crockery and Glassware.
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And last, but not least, a full lino of Ostrich Plumes and Tips, with all
kinds of Ladies Hat Trimmings and Hat Shapc3 of latest pattern.
M JOSEIPHSOINY
All Kinds Of Fancv
Stationery j . Photograph and
Perfumery, Autograph Albums
Crockery and Stand, Hand, and
Queens Ware, Hanging Lamps
TABLE CUTLERY AND SILVER
OT1IER 'THINGS TO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
Call And See Me At The
Post Office Stand.
j BUTTER AND EGGS BOUGHT.
W JtV. Moore
N.
CORWUTT,
j Successor to J.
DEALER
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
OllUGS and PATENT IflKDICINHS
Cheaper than tho Cheapest.
SHERIDAN
Roscbnrg,
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o-O
They would announce that they have just received and now have on
hand one of the largest stocks of
General Hardware, etc.
i
Ever Brought to Donglas, and, when added to their
Stoves of all Patterns and Ready-made Tinwar
They are prepared to declare they have
Southern Oregon, which they propose selling
In the shape of BUILDING MATERIALS, in the way of Locks, Butts, etc., we can
oiler superior inducements to purchasers. Iry
We can give you bargains in the following
KCCK S BONANZA, FARMER S LTILITY,
CLARENDON, OCCIDENT, IRON KING, EMPIRE OITV
And other Sioves and Ranges.
The best of workmen are constantly employed in the manufacture of ourTINWAli
and buyers should learn our prices.
We have also bargains to offer in GUNS,
Killer, as well as Shotguns and Pistols.
We are also Agents for the White, Peerless and New Home SEWING MACHINES
which we sell at the lowest rates and warrant as complete in eyery respect.
We can also snpply
Averill and BuVber Paints.
'The best uthe market, at lowest rates.
rices, and we promise
lr. THOU AS GRAHAM,
A GRADUATE
Of the University .I Vx. :it Philadelphia and ul the
UOYAL COLLEGE OF: SUKU EONS, and ROYAL
COLLEGE OF rilYSIC'IANS, LONDON ENGLAND
has located for the raotice of his profession in
KOSEBURG - - OREGON.
Office and residence, Washington street opposite
the Catholic Church.
W. I. FlJIEDLAXDER
of every Descrip
JLfcoxolMU'gr, Oi.
o
m
o
0
WARE, and TEN THOUSANL-
I). JOHNSON.
IN
HOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and GAPS
BROTHERS,
rcgon,
o
tne best supply in their line ofjany house iu
Cheaper than can bo purchased elsewhere
ns.
brantls'of STOVES not equaled elsewhere
DEXTER, TACIFIC, WIDE WEST,
such as Winchester, Sharp and other
Give ns a call, inspect our stock; inquire ast
to suit you if any one can.
3
AWSV PILLS
Are perfectly Bre and "lw?yJK5"a';
Vttd to-day regularly by 10,000 American
Women. euraawM upenor
.w Don't w
t-1 A- ..MMa mMKI. Try
tbU Bcmy Bra. Sold by all Drngrtta, or
mailea to any aaoxefls. oena cciiio wi p
WILCOX IPECiriV armtmam.. r
Wash House.
Sam Young Prop.
Opposite CARLON'S STABLE,
br.0cer.1e
Douglas County Bant,'
J IUM PI l REV fc FLINT,
Roseburc - - j- - Oregon
TRANSACT A GENERAL
BANKING BUSINESS
Kight Drafts Drawn on
I'rLliuul.vui Francisco. . New York and
w - ' .
her ixiuts Bills of exsliango on Uio
irimsiital citicav of Eurono. Deposita re
ceived suliject check. Collections nialo J
on all accossalleioiuts at reasonable rav,
JOSKPH SHINDLER.
PR0P1UET OR
CIT Y BAKER Y
AND
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HANI) A
full sl.ck of Urcad, Cakes, Pies, Plain
... , , ., r ,,-
and l'ancy C rackcrs, etc. Al io a fine selection
of French ami American Candies and Clioc-
atc (loods.
30,000 CASES
P OP RECTAL 1ILSEASES !
AS'
l?il.-t, l'ct:il UleorH,
ITiMiiiliiH in nuo,
ETC., ETC.,
CURED IN 6 YEARS BY THE BR1NKERH0FF SYSTE M
lr. J. I!, l'ilkiiiton rprictnr of ttic Tortlaiid
m e and ear Inhumauy and Vanit.vrian for Nbryoi'8
1ikasks lias been appointed Agent and l'liysician
fur this in Oregon & W. T. No sevkrh suhqicai
oi-krations, no r.ux no uss of buod. In 2 months,
have cured several cases in which severe cutting op
cratiuiis have failed. Am permitted to refer to Mr
Jas. W. Weatherford, druggist formerly of Salem.
Mr. Frank Gardiner, maehinest, Mr. R. A. Eauipy
Ilarribhur, and others. If several patients apply
will spend one day in caeh mtnth in Hose burg'.
Addi-ess for pamphlet etc.
3. B. PILK1NGTON M. D'
i PORTLAND OR.
"Dr. Pilkington 4ill bo at tho
McClailcn House, Roseburg -from Fri
day evening, April .Sth to Satufday
evening April 10th, lif86.
3 :
J. C. SHERIDAN
. '' tiSucccssor. to
R. S & J. C SHERIDAN.
. . 1
DEALER IN '
HARDWARE
Stoves and Tinware,
Koseburg, Oregon
r
HE uuilersiinied . takec pleasure in an-
liouiieins to tho public that he sellint;
everytluui; tu lua hue at prices that
DEFY COMPETITION!
IF YOU WANT-
STOVES,
AGRIOULTUML TOOLS
IR0H. STEEL. NAILS,
HtiSGiH 0ES, TINWARE, 0UTLERY
Or anything in my line, call and examine my
slock, ami learn prices before purchasing else
where, as 1 am selling lower than over.
I C. SHERIDAN
J.
JASKULEK,
Practical
Watchmaker, Jeweler ami Optician.
ALL WOUK WARRANTED.
Dealer iu Watches, Clock?, Jewelry,
Spectacles ami Eyeglasses.
A FULL, LINE OF
CK.'AHS, TOBACCO A FANCY GOODS.
IMIK ONLY KKLIU'.r.K OlTOMKIl IN TOWN
L f"r the pri;r:iljiiMtmeiit of Sp'etaelcs. Oeput
I me i.vnniiic Brazilian i'chlile Kiiectaoles :md Kvo
iflasses. Oltice m ll.imilton llnek Mock.
A GIFT
Semi 10 rents xstaj,'e, ami we
will m:iil you free a royal, val-
n ihle, a.imle box of (,'(1h
that will lint von in tin? u-:n-
1 inakinif inure inonev at once, than anything else
n Ameriva. Ituth sexea of all ayes pan li'vn at huim-
and work in Bjiare time, or all the time. Capital not
required. c will Htnrt you. liimiense a.v sure for,
nio n no sian at once, anxsox a: Co.. I'ort anil
Elaine.
O. P.TOMPKINS,
Agent of
ALL KINDS OF MEPCHANDISU
A., orders from the country filled on short
notice from j
Every Class or Kind of Goods from
First-Class Stock.
Absolntely fcno charges or commission.
will he charged for filling order!.
OFFICE: 107 FIRST STREET,
At I). W. Prentice's Portland, Or
3.
2"
: .... Ail virM-j of VEWETABI.K
' . H.lrS HCI ItS, ew. Iofiiuftbl
. - l -'Iv i Mr.rtt iiurit Dri. 8ctk for it.
i-'-rth V & CO.. Detroit. Michigan.
L BELFILS!
xrTAoxxiivxAxcxixe..
I feci confident of clvinff satisfaction in all work
cntmsitcd to me in watches, clocks, ami jewelry.
I also repair musicnl iiistrunicnts.
SI liave the County patent rit;ht for sale of Concrete
Cement Iic for cmycyiu water to any place de-
sirvu hi iou;iast;ouuty:
I will also teaeh any kind of instnimcnUil music. I
Anyone desirfiiir instruction will rail ..11 m .it met
watehmaking shop, L, tzinia.
Central Hotel!
ltO.SKOUItG. OKKGON,
OPlWlTE CAKLONS LIVEKY STABLE.
rSoanl and IOi!jing per day $i .00
" " week 5.00
" Without Ixliri 4.00
Meals, 25 cents. Lodging, 25 cents
Thorouch satisfaction is pruiniscd to travel
ers and the public generally.
MRS E. GARRISON. "l.
John Kenedy, Clerk.
O. C Perkins, Steward.
No Chinese employed .
Opium Habit
Cured.
I will cure any one who has con
tracted tho Opium habit, no matter
how long used, in four weeks without
injury to themselves, and so they will
have no desire for Opium again.
gRooms and Lod-rin" furnished at
, , n
my oflice, in Roseburg. Communica-
. .
lions and treatment strictly private.
. J. Woodruff M. D.
Roseburg, Oregon.
HUBBARD
CREEK MILLS,
1
CLARKE & RAKER, Props.
Having purchased the ulmvc named mills of L.
Stephens & Co., wc arc now prepaped to furnish any
amount of the hest quality of
LUMBER
ever offered to the public in Douglas County. We
will furnish at the mill at the following prices;
No-1 rough lumlwr $12 M
No, I flooring, 6 inch $24 M
No. 1 flooring, 4 inch fc!0 M
No. 1 finishing lumber S20 M
No. 1 finishing lumber dressed on 2 sides $24 M
No. 1 flniehiiig lumber dressed on 1 Didcs"" M
CLARKE & DAKER.
DEALER IN
JLumlicr, Suh1i Door
and Moilliu
OK THE VERT. BEST HATEUIaL
IOME AND GET TERMS BEFORE TVJROIIAS-
1 iiii lft!wlure.
Office ueux Dejiot, .... Uoeubur,
Axvnt for J. J. Whilsett's Lumber.
Agee & MILLKR.
New Butcher Shop
We kwp all kinds of FRESH and
PICKLED meats.
STISFACTI0N ASSURED.
Hides of all kinds boiiyld.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Established iu 1SG7.
Jacob Hittzci
H PARRY,
. Mrrcliai.t Tailor.
jn the Rel Front, next door to A. C. Marks
Store
liepairs ami Alterations neatly done
9IRS. . A. Ill K IIIS,
.MILLINERY .STORE!
0ilcnlul, Oir-oii
LAOIF.S WILL F.NI1 MY STWK LAIiOE AND
Complete. Prices niodernto.
r:iv Mo a r-'all. Mbh. S. A. Hltciiixsos
MADAME AND MR. DROUILHAT'S
STAR OF PORTLAND
Restaurant.
! 69 AND 691 ALDER STREET, Holtou House Buildin
MEALS A LA CAUTE 15 CTS. CP.
Rates for Reenilar Boarders to suit the times
iiTSpecial Terms mailo with
ner for Wedilinm. I'artina flnl, :
ties of all kin.ls, hy tfivinK order a little Inadranre.
PriyatePv oma for UJtns without extra'ehaive.
Accomodation Rooms forGuests from 2 to i5 persons,
The BUYERS' GUIDE U
laraed Bfatrcls nd BtpUt
1 8i x 11 liMMMMttrltH over
3.SOO IfUastrmtiona
Whole i Ptctnro Ctellerr
GTVKS Wholeamle Prteea
Patrec wo nmnnwn via u gwxu sue
personal or fiunHr nao Telia how to
thing yon oae, eat,v drink, wear, or
lurre fan with Theae UTVAHJABtE
BOOKS eontatn lnlbmaUon gleaned
from tne market of the world. We
will mall a copy FREES to any ad
drew upon receipt of 10 eta. to defray
expense of matting. Let ns near from
yon O Rccpec troll j-, c
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
27 dc S29 Wabaaa Avenke. (Mcmgo, VU
AM PREPARED TO DO
rTRQTn A s; si
A AXVA w i-i i X
, - .1 i- 1 , i ..i, f
V oik m this line, and; ask a, bliare ot
I jje patronage of Roseburg ttntl Vlcin
I 1 . j
I if,v,
if HIVI V fOITHIP
EiiiJllj.1 A ; W
, i vTt door to L. Belflla Jewelry Store, Eosbeurz Or,
y 3
Absolutely Pure
This powder never varies. A inartet ot purity, I
strength and wlioiesomcncsa. Me economical I
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In co I
iKitition with the multitude of loW test, shout I
weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold ouly in
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall
St N. V.
Mrs. R. Breckenridge
w. 11. mccohmick,
Importer and Manufacturer of
ENT8SHEADST0NES
Of American and foreign Marble
and Scotch Granite
Estimates given for Coping in Sand
Stone, '
Also Agent for Walker's Irons Fence for
Ccmeteiy Enclosure.
ROSEBURG. - - OREO ON I
H. O. Stanton
DEALERfIN
STAPLE DRV GOODS!
THE BEST QUALITY.
GENERAL FURNISH IN G,
U0SlERYrTR13OIING Ac
- j - -
JjUULb Oij jDXlOeS
OF 1IIB RESTQUALlTY.
-a full-
t.soBT'ilaaBLCBA.'Q;
of
GROCERIES !
Wood And Willow
WARE.
CROCKERY
& fi LASS WARE,
ELKOTRIO LAMrS,
SCHOOL r.OOKS,
AND STATIONARY.
Subscription
AGENCY. I !
Subscription received for ill Eastern
and European Publication?.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
FROM
WYANDOTTES,
PLYMOUTH ROCKS,
RROWN LEGHORNS,
THE THREE LEADING VARIE
TIES.
I KKFP NO OTHERS.
Mv six Wyandotte Hem made a record last season
of one hundred land twenty six cgtfs each In i
mouth, from Jnlmir. lr.tli a lufv lr.,1.
-"V
from their utility they fcro the lianisoiucst fowl 1
have ever handled. Egg, one I aetting ti
My Plymouth Rook
w . T
Have always stood at the front for several yean.
always winning the highest honors herevcr on ex
hihition. Etrjrsonc scttinn 2.50, two settings 8i,
vnree settings w. A few chnlce Iri.fl formic at 810
each. Sinirle birds from 3 to 5.'
My Stock of Brown Leghorns
Cannot be sur astted in this or any 'other country.
My strain is a direct cross between lowls I imimrted
rom Bocner of Massachusetts and Kecfer of Illinois.
Ek'Ssif one setting $2.50 two setti n gs Si three set
tings $0. A few extra choice Cockerels for sole at
UK). Allniv fowls hare had splendid range, are
healthy and finely marked. I guarantee a good
natch and perfect satisfaction. " bend stamp for
handsomely illmtratcd catalogue.1 j
Cash must accompany all order.
Address, J- M. GARRISON'.
Foreat Grove Oregon-
N. It. Kpr-s charges light, WcBs, Fargo ii Co's.
express gics special low rates toil
my enstomcrs.
J. M. O.
Brewster Patent Beta Bolder.
nnder horses' reeu uneaffentsoraizaoz.ia
i 5 davn. ono dealer sold 6 do, tn 16 days.
lour lines re wuw J 1 . V: , .
samples worth io ras jwritefortenna.
E. E, BKEWSTEB, HoUy. Mich.
COFFEE HOUSE
. j
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Meals after 9 o'clock P. CM. 50cts. at
other houre 25cts.
Second door north. of Marks Brick
on Jackson Street.
We give the best the market affords.
Mrs. ULabky Lambebt.
TUB NEWSPAPER AS AN EDD0A
TI0NAL f AUTOE.
A I'uptr JCeml by 3r. Ilvllr ifomcif He fore
1h J.att Tettrhrr' Institute f!t .
in lyoiiiflaa i'ouut;.-
NevvBpapini are in every way lielie-
ficial to the cause of public education.
Tho time has long since pasaod when
newspapers , condenmttl the I educa
tion of the children. If ' tho chil
d t en and the parents had no education
who could read tlwj newspapers! .On
!?0 other liaud tho newspapers of
Anf!rw loan Hhcir t-iliildcjfee' lib tho
cause that will be reciprocal in . bless
ings. One argument in lehalf j of the
introduction of pajHsrs into our! public
schools is that tho matter they usually
contain is not stale. , Children, like
their parent, greatly prefer fresh
reading matter, to that which they have
tn ni ,.,. arlrl .;, nnfl
0
again under tne present arrangement.
Thn Youths Com nanion ia new used in
many public schools instead j of the
Third, Fourth and Fifth readers. As
you all know, in Oregon, our school
books arc adopted by the term bf four
w-w -r 1 . ' ' 1'
years. ve nave useu tne present sys
tem for the past five years and will
have them for at least three years
more. Do th grown people desire to
read the same thing over and over for
eight years? If not, why ask the chil
dren to do this? Do you really think
they will become any wiser or j imbibe
a real love for reading as if they had
ouKimeu u inrougu auumer uietuoui
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 . j. 1. .10
Irw much better would it be for each
pupil in Douglas county to know of
Crater lake with all it3 wonderful
scenery than to read one of the fairy
tales about 'the "Flower girl" or "Mid
Bliipman" found in our Fourth . reader;
and our Fourth reader is about as good
a text book on the subject as is pub
lished. Wore the newspaper intro
duced each pupil would know I of the
valuable land lying between here . and
Coos Bay and would sec and know
the benefits of a railroad extending from
hero to the coast: but- instead of this
I lnioi iriatioii we liavetne story or "icu-
abod'siidc." If children could read
more newspapers our young j people
would know more about what is going
on in the world about them. Cut all
th,s may not be i,iacticaWo yct, in r-
gon. in schools where they have no
libraries, if they had county news
papers the pupils could read them at
recess and noon and interest them
selves; and when during the day the
teacher might think best, let some one
of the pupils read a selection from the
paper. In schools where there! are ad
vanced pupils studying grammar, let
each member write all the local items
of interest in the neighborhood that he
can during the week; and give Ihem to
the teueher and have him dorrcct and
select out of the whole number those of
an interesting character; then ; return
them to the pupils and let one copy and
Rcndthcni to the county paper. J There
is not a newspaper iu the county that.
would not lo glad to receive the items
and in return would send a copy of the
pnper. And the teacher will find it to
bo one of the mo;-;t beneficial exorcises
to be put to practice in his school.
The pupils liocomc thinkers and not
only learn to condense their thoughts
but also to put them in black and
white. They then read the paper,
become interested in it, and think foi
themselves. When those children
become men and women- their views of
religion, politics, and society : in gen
eral are formed from a stand point of.
reason, and not merely localise their
I fathers trod that way before. Some
one may urge tuat t,e literature of the
I
I , . .
j COlinty Or StatO paper IS not enough
I refined. There was a time when such
I mirthr lint'A Itaori emn itli i-nfl r
I ;,.ia ; n, -iTifi st.i.
UllAilJ JJlk 1 lUlO tit tUty V t'l VV V-t UKItVOj
but that day has passed, and . another
I morning has dawned. The world has
I progressed and to-day we have much
abler editors in the sanctum sanc
torum of a county newspaper than
was once found in the office of journals
j of more extensive circulation. To day
there are three newspapers in Douglas
I County, anu let US See ly WIlOUl llioy
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I ar0 edited. One of them is COU
ducted by two graduates from respect
able institutions of learning; cno of the
editors has held a chair jn one of our
leading academies; another journal is
an
edited by a highly polished Caledo
nian whose words are carefully selected
I and then knitted tDirether with that
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i Luiouuc.its Hint is SO auillireu UV OUT
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I best authors: the other is managed bv
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va-vunuvi rt 11 V Willi IIKU U
bishop and write equally as well
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Now wbdro is the pnt 80 fastidious
I as to be shocked by the utterances era
I arting from such sources? The day of
I corrupt journalism has taKen its depart
i . .
ure and our firesides and school houses
I now e supplied witu rehned loca
1 journal which are the good teacher's
best friend.
(con tinued from last neck) :
had been bidden to the reunion of yonng
people decorating and arranging for the
general festivity. How could she go
empty-baaded to-morrow to that wide
hall, where all appeared gift-laden? She
could not know that the An ways' loving
tact had already gent thither, in her
name, a contribution wisely propor
tioned US her position. i
- She had strayed beyond her intention.
Here was tho picnic ground of the com
munity, uazmg absently about Uio
Elacc in Its winter , npbet, her
eauty-loving eye caught Uio gleam of a
bush, of cruuson mountain berries, in
frcat demand tot dccofatjvo uses,
trange that tiiey should iuvvq escaped
tne taycSugatiFQ corps oi boya. Hut
the shrub grew so far over ikfo edgo
of the stceu Arroro that it was barelv
1552 AaolaitiCAaa Jjccn, a lcftrlcs3
climber -filnco childhood. She 6wung
hcrsclf nOw, over and down, to the sido
of tho tree, and tossed np one brilliant
spray after another, until, with Che fall
of o supportiru; branch, ehe. reeled,
slipped, fell and went sliding, grasping,
down. Her progress was checked, with
a short wrench of pairi; her foot had
caught, fast jammeq;in a crevice of
rock. She struggled Jo rise, but could
not extricate the prisoned member, anil
tho pain was so Intense that she becamo
unconscious.
Once more becoming sensible of her
condition, a familiar voiftj impressed it
self upon her stunnfeU faculties.
"Hallo! yonng fellow, down there!"
tho tone was genial, U a bit derisive
"do you grvvMne leave to carry away
your epoSs?"
Adelaide answered faintly; she was
weak and giddy from her swoon. Be
sides, womanlike, 6ue felt that there was
no need for special exertion was not
her lover there? ne would do all that
was needful. And, indeed, at the first
sound of that dear, plaintive voice, Ed
ward Anway came hastening down with
headlong) anxious sp,eed,'wid l311' over
the helpless girl with tUe pitying solici
tude, of a mother.
"But am wasting . time while, you
afe BuEering.'' Bs tpk oil his coat,
bis waistcoat, even his $it' cap, and
wedged tfiem nnder her, cushioning the
rocKs. "Ane easiest way W41 bo tor
you to lie here while I nndurmine this
rifted bowlder.; there EeergSjto bo a hol
low underneath." Antl pftsSntly his
voice came bajc& to her mulled and
strange: ''You can tajk fbr years of tlys.
adventUTe, Adcjalde, " Yfiti can dis-'
cotmt that old party WI40 thrust his,
hand into, the wolfs dcn-you'vo gone
into a lair, feet forcmbst, don't you!
know? There's a regular caveful of
bones down here 1 '
Oh, Edward, prajr be carcfiu."
The rescuer laughed. "On. the ten
ant evacuated the premises, long ago.
Do you think any well-regulated coyoto
would maintain an abode so near to a
picnic grounar mere, you are tree:';:
lie camo np ana assisted her to an
oasicr position, then started back to tho
Arrovo hen for watf.r: nut Anpia.iai riw.
him stoop at the foot of the .bowlder'.
tooK curiuuiiy ub bouieuung, anu uien
be came back to Tier with a shapeless
mass, apparently of much weight.
m his suk.cn handkerchief.
think vou'll forfrivc dolnv with thft
water," he saitk. "Will vou take
a careful look at what I pushed out
of the den with a lot of bones? I think
you and I have heard.." he added, dryly,
"ci a mysiyrrous msappearance irom
the grove up yonder a little matter of
money."
Adelaide reached out with eaircr un
derstanding; epraindd footsharp rocks,
atouour all were iprgQttfcn.
"Oh, Edward, it can not be! I dare
not beUeve it!"
The young fellow was 011 his knees
beside her, displaying his find as a pris
oner might hij3 ransom. The buckskin .
bag was rotten with aio, and the golden
slugs had btt'.n gliajin through as ho
luuveu iu iJiit uju mouey was tuere,
and the bits. 61 tho- leather wrappings,
and what fcag this'?. t A rusty stee
cnaln liad tcxn wotad arOUfad the mouth
of the bag. - -
"DHV don't now it Well?2'cried Ade- .
aide IIfintlcTt"n hunQfed limes I hava.
heard falherrtell lyiw the money-bag.
was tied up with m oja-fisluoneu shawl
chain of mother's arfl tto .ir& stuck
iKe sKcwcrs tnrougn it,-jcroTSwise. roor
father!" she crlctfc-wiUi' sudden recollec
tion, "We must taiie thfincwg of this to
him at once-. Cut"'ftft sl all to your
iatncri 111s claim istirstiyi
. .'i-. ,v:i. ir -.1 T 1 1 1 i .
these Years of miserable misunderstand
ing, because a 6kulkjng. fcpyotc snjelt a
meal of buckstin: And tgo romance of
we twp coming tond it put! Darling,
do you realize that, this will bo plain
sailing for our future? The. taboo ls 're
movea I am no moraanathemaH'
The senior Anway h5d JOhe loved Ad-
the house had found her hU day-star.
They, had conferred npori her every ben
efit and attention that had b8n practi
cable under the difficult conditions. They
were, tnen, seriously aiuieica at signt 01
her in such a serious plight, when Ed
Ward came in, half leading, half carry
ing the girl. It had been no enfy un
dertaking to convey her, all disabled as
she was, from the scene of their advent
Ore in the Arroyo. But the issue repaid
tne aiincuities 01 its attainmcnt.
I think I will co with vou home."
said Benjamin Anway; "we have tho
Sen sesame!' now, yon see. Fori
e it that your father's wrath is only
for tne unfaithful steward."
;I do not know," said Adelaide, shy
and ashamed; "he has judged you so
unjustly all these years"
"You arc fearful of his hating the
man he has injured? No, never fear,
little girl. My old friend John was a
man of unmitigated obstinacy and
blind prejudice, but he was an honest
man. oausry mm 01 me error or ms
convhilions and he will be as tractable
as a lamb. I have no doubt you would
prefer the escort of only Edward, but I
think I will inllict mine as well; I want
to have my revenge." '
His revenge! That sounded ominous.
And vet Adelaide thought she did not
fear Benjamin Anway.
It was nightfall when they drove into
the Huntley doorway, amid a group of
neighbors, collected in alarm at Ade
laide's non-appearance. John Huntley
came to the front with forbidding coun
tenance. Bcniamin Anwav lifted tho
maiden from her cushions, and drew her
forward between himself and his son.
"Explain to your father, my dear."
he said, and Adelaide briefly recounted:
the experience of the day. 1
to he coriiiiiucd. ,
Capt F. 0.! Dickens, of Cauada, a
Bon of Charles Dickens, it is reported,
will b3 the historian of tho lliul' rebell
l0Hl lie is said to resemble Lis father
Wither physically nor mentally.
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