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Is Situated in Southern Oregon,
and is a veriLible empire of 4,950
Square Miles, Wing larger than
the Great State of Connecticut,
Magnificent Climate. Wonderful
Resources. Live Men Wanted. '
Tut Review is the Medium for
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ROSEBURG, OREGON FRIDAY, 'MAY, 27. 188T.
Reaching thU Great Empiie.
V Has Pushed io tho Front and
Has the Largest Circulation mid
la acknowledged to be the X--st
t Newspaper Ever Published in
Douglas county. Subscribe Now.
Grovbr Cleveland. .... ... .. .Presale.it.
Titos. F. Bayard Secretary oC sw
Daniel T. MASSiNO.SecreUry of Treasury.
L. Q. C. Lam ah .Secretary of the Interior.
Wm. C. Endicott. ..... . .Secretary oW ar
W. C Whitney Secretary of avy.
VV T Vilas Post Master General .
A.'n.' Garland Attorney General.
Meanisos R. Waits ..Chief Justice.
STATE OF OREGON.
J.N Dolpii u.s. Seuators.
I. II. Mitchell n 1
Binoer Hermann Congressman.
Sylvester Tennoyer ... 0o.vrn!,r'
Geo.-W. McBride Secretory of btate.
G. V. Wehb .State Treasurer.
E. B. McELROSPt. Pub. Instruction.
Frank Baker.. 77TTr:Jto.Stote Printer.
Wm. P. Lord, V ....Supreme JaAfefc
W. W. Thayer, . )
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
R. S. Bkan Judc.
J. W- Hamilton . ... Prosecuting Attorney.
J. It. RutrpB,
John Emmitt, )
n T - f 1-
Jas. Blundell, ( " '
ii. Mckenzie, j
Thos. R. Sheridan .Clerk.
Ben. C. Agek. Sheriff.
D. S. West . ; . . . .Treasurer.
G. T. Russeh. . . . .School Superintendent,
Jas. A. Steeling Assessor.
J. S. FrrzHUOH County Judge.
J. Hall, C. A. McGeb, . . . .Commissioners.
N. E. Britt .Surveyor.
Dr. S. S. Marsters . . Coronsr.
Thos. Smith Seccp Inspector.
- PRECINCT officers:
T. L. Gannon ,
Tas. Harpiiam. j J
Peter Junger Constable
CITY OF ROSEBURG.
II. C. Stanton, !
John Rast, I
J. P. Sheridan, Trustees,
O L. Willis, V
P. Benedict. ;
T. Ford ; Recorder.
John Howard Marshal.
Will H. Fisher .Treasurer.
U. S. LAND OFFICE ROSEBURG,
Chas. W. Johkston Register.
A. C. Jones Receiver
B. S. Paoub Observer.
L P.. LANE, - .JOHN LANE
JANE & LANE,
Attorneys at Law.
Main street, opposite Cosmopolitan Hotel.
Attorney at Law.
Office in Marks' brick, up stairs.
Ii. U. HUiNTEK M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
VV. Fo WALKER, M. D.
ROSEBURG, - OREGON.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE WITH J.
M. Carl on Main Street, First Block
North of the M. E. Church.
K. L. MILLER, M. D
Offiice up stairs in the old Sheridan
Brick, on Jackson Street, Roseburg,
Oregon. Chronic diseases a speciality.
Dr. THOMAS G1MILOI,
Of the University of Pa. at Philadelphia and of the
ROYAL COLLEGE OF SORGEONS. and ROYAL
COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, LONDON ENGLAND
has located l Ui practice of his profession in
fence and residence, Washington street opposite
th Catholic Church
F. G. (EHME, M. D.
& Graduate Of The
Of Leipzig Germany.
Office & Residence at the house of
Geo. W. Day, near R, R. track, Rose
Roseburg - - - Or,
J lion as a Dentist isjbased on the merits of my j
work. Prices reasonable and to suit the times. '
ffi.tjk nrm In Msrlr.' Iinil.llnn V.
a-OOLD FILLING A BPECIALTY.-E
W. S. Hamilton.
Suec33ur to S. Hamilton.
Rosbbcrc - - - Oregon.
Obtained, and aU PaUnt Busineu in the n s
Pent,5fflce atUnded to for MODERATE FEF?'
Our office is opposite the U. 8. PaUnt Offlce and
we can obtain Patents in less time than thoie
mote from WASHINGTON re
Snd MODSI- OB BEAWIXO. We adriss as to
to,i ""f1"' advice. and referent
wwto U"enUm fwo State or eonntv,
Opposite Pate Office,- WasbingtoB.D.c
. ; Practical
VYaubniakrr, Jeweler and Optician.
ALL, WORK WAUUAXTED.
Dealer in - Watches, Cluck, Jewelry,
Spectacles ami Eyeglasses.
A FULL, IJNK OF
CIOIARS, TOBACCO & FANCY GOODa.
THE ONLY RELIABLE OPTOMEH IN TOWN
for the priifwr adjustment I Sp-ctacles. Depot
of the Centime Brazilian Pebble Spectacles Mid Ejo
glasses. Office in Haniiltuu a Brick. Block.
NEW YORK LUMBER
Co To M , It Howell's
East side of track one block south of
depot is where you will find number
otk dry 4nmbrSugartvpino;' Cedar,
Fir, and all' Dimention lumber for
buildings, sawed and shared cedar
shingles, Sash Doors, Blinds, Screen
Doors, Mouldings,7 Wall and Stair
railings, Balusters, Brackets, Newel
posts, Ceiling, Rustic, Flooring, and
all kinds of Finishing lumber, sawed
and split Cedar posts, 1 inch plank
sawed expressly for sidewalks. I
represent the Sugar Pine Door &
Lumber Co. of Grant's Pass Or. which
from personal inspection I believe to
be the finest establishment on the Pa
cific coast, it employes -seventy men.
The Proprietors and Overseers are all
Eastern men and experts in the busi
ness, the machinery is hew and put
up in the best manner, and all under
srtict discipline and order. Their
work is all done by number one me
chanics and is equal to any work of
the kind done in New York or the
East Fruit boxes, Picket fences and
Gates complete. I also represent a
number one mill at Yoncolla wliere I
have sawed all Dimention lumber to
order on short notice. All guaiantecd
as represented or no sale. Call and
see stock and prices before purchasing.
Stove wood constantly on hand at
HARD TIME PRICES.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
OREGON AND CALIFORNIA R. R.
Fare from Portland to San Francisco, Limited 30
Close connections made at Ashland with stages of
the California, Oregon & Idaho Stage Company
Only SO MUvs of Staging
Time between Roseburg and San Francisco,
CALIFORNIA KXPRKJJS TRAINS DAILY.
South I From May 1, 1S37.
4:00 r. x. I Leave Portland Arrive 1 10:10 A. M.
1:50 A. M. 1 Leave Rosehnnr Leave I 12:15 A. M.
9:00 a. ji. i Arrive Ashland Leave 5:00 r. x.
PTJLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CAES
Daily between Portland and Ashland.
The O. and C. R. R. Ferry makes connection with all
the regular trains on East Side Di v. from footof F St.
West Side Division.
BETWEEN TORTLAND & CORVALLIS
MAIL TRAIN DAILY (EXCKIT SIXDAT.)
LEAVE. I ARRIVE.
Portland 7.30 A. M. Corvallis 12.25 P. M.
Corvallia 1.30 P. M. Portland 6.15 P. SI.
At Corvallia connect'with trains of Oregon Pacific
for Taquina Bay.
EXPRESS TRAIN DAILY (EXCErt SUNDAY.)
LEAVE. " I ARRIVE.
Portland 4.50 P. M. McMinnville. . 8.00 P. M.
McMinnville.... 5.45A.M. Portland 9.00A.M.
Local tickets for sale and baggage checked at com
pany's up town office, cor. Pine and Second streets.
Tickets for principal points in California cau only be
procured at company's office.
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
R. KOEHLER, E. P. KOGERSr
Manager. G. F. & Pass Agent.
McGregor's old stand,
Jackson Street : Roseburg.
W. B. Kolst cr, & Co
HICHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR HIDES.
THIS MARKET is always supplied with
the choicest quality of
Of all kinds, including beef, pork, veal and
mutton; also, corn beef, sausage, lard, etc.
The most favorable inducements offered to
patrons, and no effort will be spared toward
BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT
Having dissolved the copartnership exist
ing between Bunnell & Bo wen Bros, and
are now prepared to do all work in the
line in a
MANNER, ASD AT REASONABLE RATES.
DONE WITH DISPATCH.
0.3VC 2Z" TJJSTGr.
WASHING & IRONING
OPPOSITE CARLON'S UVERT STABLE.
My Charges For Surveying Will Be
$3 A MILE; MILEAGE 6 A MILE
Until June the 1st. all necessary help to be furnish
ed by the employer
I n.AVE a full set of plats, fieldnotes of all section
nes and of over 100 donation?.
. - . Wsi.TfJIEL, Oakland
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS-
Board $1 per Day; Single Meals, 25 cents,
Aimiis house has lately changed hands and Is
orouhly renovated and refurnished. The travel
ng public will find the best of accommodations
No CJiiuamcu mployod.
BMP II BAILET.
Richard Thomas, Prop.
X . ... 4r-Am THE ...
Table supplied will, the Best the Market affords
Hotel a Jib Depot of the Railroad.
Central Hotel !
OPPOSITE CARLON-S LIVERY STABLE.
Boar.l and Lodging per day $i .00
" " week.... 5.00
" Without Lodging 4.00
Meals, 25 cents. Lodging, 25 cents-
Thorough satisfaction is promised to travel
ers and the public generally.
MRS. E. GARRISON, Prop.
No Chinese employed .
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON
cern that I have appointed D. W.
Steams of Calapooia Precinet, Inspec
tor of Stock for said Precinct, Post
office address, Oakland. Also Ralph
Smith of Wilbur Precinct, Postofficu
address, Wilbur and others will be"
added as parties interested make their
desires kaown to me.
Inspector of Stock for Douglas Co. Or.
Wilbur, Or, April 13tb, 1887.
(Principaal Business Street.)
MEALS 25 CENTS LODGING 25 CENTS
We Keep the Best the Market Affords.
CIVIL 13EMD STORE
Dry Goods Groceies etc
All Kinds of Produce Taken in Exchange
CIVIL BEND, DOUG. CO , OUEGON.
would respectfully inform the public that he
has on hand a fine assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries
and in fact everything usually kept at
fiist-class store. . Give him a call.
Goods at Low Prices.
All kinds of Produo
Taken in Exchange for Goods.
taAll orders promptly attendtd to.
MRS. S. A. HUTCHIXSOX,
t ADIES WILL P.KD MY STOCK LARGE AND
V Complete. Prices moderate.
Cr'iTH M 9 Call. Wbs. S. A. Hutchinson
Malaussene and Clements
New Furniture Store
IN FLOED'S OLD STORE.
A full line of first class Furniture.
A ny thin; repaired or made to order.
Humphrey & Flint.
And get your property insured, for
they represent reliable companies, such
Of California And
LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION
Humphrey & Flint
The Entire Stock of
-o of o-
L R. DAWSON
EOOIS, T ; I
Etc. Etc Etc. Etc. Etc!
Am now ulli'i ing the same
At Prices That Defy
Riddle r- Oregon.
A LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES IN
JA. deh'cd to Noah Ornutt will plsase call at my
onice at uiuuics at tno store ana sot tic at once.
THE !RA1BE CURE.
Wl'IHOUT THE EXPFNSE OF AN
The crrstalized salts, as obtained in a pure state
from grapes and choice fruit, in a portable, palat
able, simple form, are now presented to the public of
America as the grandest resolvent of impure blood,
corrector of the liver and regulator of the bowels
the natural promoter of
HEALTH AND LONGEVITY.,
Eminent physicians claim this achievement a new
era in the allied science of medicine, as it furnishes
the blood with its natural salines that are lost or
eliminated c cry day ,
A POSITIVE, NATURAL
SICK HEADACHE A2?I
DYSPEPSIA CURE. !
Sal-Muscatelle is Nature's own product. It sup
plies to the system tho want of sound, ripe ((rapes
and fruit; it is the simplest and best preventive and
cure for all functional derangements of the liver and
kindred ailments; prevents theabsorpt: mi of mal ari.
at diseases fevers vt alL kinds: conutrract tho ;
fecU of bad air, poor drainage and impure water; nil
powerful oxydizer of the blood; a natural sj.if,c'j
nervousness, mental depression, and will remove the
effects of accidental indigestion from excessive scat
ins and drinkincr. Have it in vour hnm ....1
your travels. It to speciflc for the fagged, wearr
and wnrn-nnt 00 '
Prepaired by the
London Sal-Mcscateile Co.
Beware of imitotious. The genuine in
3T3eud forcinmlars G. EV NOVITCH, General
American Minagerr V. O Box 155, New Vurk citV
Mention this piper. For sale by S. Ham Ron R,"c!
bury Oregon. 1
New York Coffee House
And Oyster Saloon!?
Leading Chech Restaurant
in the City.
8IF0RD 2 ftACKNEY, PROPRIETORS
132 FIRST STREET,
"Private Rooms of the Latest Designs for Ladies
OPEN DAY KSD MGUT.
From Roseburg to Looking Glass . .$ L75
" j root of mountain. . .. 2.00
"' " i Dora 5.00
" i F&irview S 5
, " " j Sumner.. ... 6.50
' j Marshficld 7.00
" j Empire City 7. so
:: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
For Particlars Inquire at the Tost Office.
Jas C. MclULLOCU, Prop
JrE EPS A FI LL STOCK OK NAILS, t'l'TLEUY
L Shelf and ISuilders ll.inlwsirc. AIho Utvnlvers.
Guns and Ammunition. All kinds of
Tinware JIade ti Order.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE,
The Red Corner
Keeps Constantly on hand the
Finest Cigars, Tobacco
Everything usually kept in a FIRST
CLASS Notion and Candy Store, j
6. A. TAYLOE
Will soil by the motto j
"LIVE AITO LET LI YE"
Call and Examine our Stock
THE OLD RELIABLE
Established in 1867 j
Douglas County Bank,
HUMPHREY & FLINT, j
ftosebnrg m m m m Oregon-
TRANSACT A GENERAL
Sight Drafts Drawn cn
Portland, Sau Francisco, New York and
other points. Bills of exchange on the
principal cities of Europe. Deposits re
ceived suhject to check. Collections made
on all accessablcpoints at reasonable rates.
ON HUBBARD CREEK.
CLARKE & BAKER, Proprietors.
Wo are now prepared to furnish lumber o the
best quality iu quantities to suit the purchase?,
always having on hand the largest stock of any mil
in Douglas County. j
We will furnish lumber at our mill at the following
j PRICES. ;
No 1 rough, lumber.. $3 to 10 M
No, I flooring, 6 Inch D & M $16 M
No. I flooring, 4 Inch D & M 813 H
No. 1 finishing lumber..., $10 M
I CLARKE & BAKER.
fM BESLPiAHOS and ORGANS!
Are manufactured and sold for the least money
NQTOHrVrAf- (H COf N.V
mrtnn tbm ruau
. tM II II
i 1! 'I
.. c) Is
- ' "rag
N. P. BUNNELL,
CAN MAKK CASTINGS FKOM ONE
ounnc to three tons weight. Small Cu
pola for small castings. 3Ioney refunded if
work is not satisfactory. Portland prices !
Save telegrams and expresaage.
Corner First and Alder Street Portland, Or.
C. W. KNOWLES,
ST, CHARLES HOTEL,
C. W KNOWLES, Proprietor.
tIEST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
Good Restaurant Connected With The House
Fire proof Brick Building
In the Center of the City
COU. FRONT ASD MORRISON STS., PORTLAND
W- F- BENJAMIN
f) EAL ESTATE,
It Translcrrini;, Collectinj
in the Red Front, next door to A. C. Marks
Repairs aiul Alterations neatly done.
Hoineopathic and Patent Medicines,
Perfumes, Satchet powder, Combs,
Toilet articles, etc. etc: Stauonprr. ink
spectucles, dtisters, memoranda and
school hooks, mucilage, pencils, erasers,
shoulder braces, sponges, trusses, drug-
gist sunt' ries, etc.
And chemicals, paints, oils and var
nishes, window glass and putty, wall
paper, cement, a full line of brushes.
Perscriptions and family receipts care
fully compounded. All of which, and
much more can be found at our
Brewster's Potent Re In Holder.
Yonr lines are where jtm put them not
nndcr horses' feet. One aEent sold 1 Act. In
A daV. nnA riff1P mnlA R Arvm In t W.h
Samples worth M rsia Write for terms.
E. Eo EREWSTEE, Holly, Mich.
Will he given any man
who w ill nroduce a i-i.
cntist of large experi
ence, and widely known
to he an honerahlc man,
who Will assert that re
fiued cast zinc is not im.
of the most enduring .f
an known materials to
withstand the actions of
J1ALCardwellt Agent, -
Hold on There, Where are you Going?
T am Going
Wish to Announce that they have just received the Finest Stock
- OF ' -
Hardware Stoves Tinware
A i.d are Prepareil to Give Customers
SUCH BARGAINS AS DEFY COMPETITION.
. Tliis powder never varies. A marvel of r.uritv
trencth and who.esomeneas. ifora economical
man the ordinary kinds, and eanitut be sold In com
petition with the multitude of low test, short
weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold ouly in
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 108 Wall
H. C. Stanton
DEALER . IN
STAPLE DRV GOODS!
THE BEST QUALITY.
HOSIERY, TRIMMING Jbc.
Boots & Shoes
OFTHE BEST QUALITY,
Wood And Willow
SCHOOL BOOKS, '
Subscription received for all Eastern
and European Publications.
I feel Confident rf rrtx-srr ttiofnAIAn in .11
entrusted to me iu watches, clocks, and Wclrr
1 also reair musical instruments.
I have the Pnnn - i . r. .
K ,toT oonejm water to any place de
sired in Douglas Couuty;
!lacn.an' mstrumenUl music.
slrf"K mstrucUon wiM call on me at my
watchmaking shop. - L. Bklfos?
.nu rv i
1 8 8.4 . S
to Say That
x . TSUPtRlOFlTa
COM MI VITICJL TJOX.
: V a-hixgton, May 8th, IS67.
The event of the past week was the
visit to Washington of ihe Queen of
the Sandwich Islands and her suite.
All sorts of obsequious attentions were
naid to hcv mawsiv at. r.liA fQniti-l nf
this great Republic, for although Ko
piolani has the 'complexion of a mulat
to and the Egyptian cast of feature,
she is a royal personage, and there is
only one way to treat visiting royalty
in this country s well a3 in any ether.
The Queen first called at the White
House, and her visit was returned by
Mrs. Cleveland and the ladies of the
Cabinet in legs than two hours, accord
ing to the royal etiquette. Then fol
lowed a good deal of sightseeing
around the city under the pilotage of a
committee frecention, a dinner at
the Hawaiian Legation, a review and
and parade of troops in her honor, a re
ception of masons at her hotel (King
Kalakaua, the Queen's husband, is a
member of the fraternity) a visit to
the circus, another to the races, a trip
to the tomb of Washington on the U.
S. Dispatch escorted by an impos
ing company of foreign Diplomats and
representatives of our own Govern. ;
mcnt,and a banquet at the Whit
. The conjunction of royalty and dem
ocracy was especially interesting as pre
sented at lhe State dinner. The presi
dent of nearly sixty millions of free
men led out the queen consort, Kapi
olani, of little more than sixty-thou
sand people, and sat at one end of his
uoara witn tne dusky lined
queen on his right and the dusky prin
cess accomnanvin'r her on f.ia loft
m o w va
For once, at least, since the besinninw
of his Administration, Mr. Cleveland
found himself flanked by two women
who could not talk back to him. Nei
ther of them had sufficient command
of English for general conversation.
At tho other end of tho table sat Mrs.
Cleveland and Minister Carter, who
represents tho little kingdom in the
Pacifis ocean to this Government.
Mrs. Cleveland laughed gaylv as she
talked to her escort and was evidently
enjoying the President's situation
while she was concealed from his view
by large floral decoration in the pen.
ter of the table.
The banquet was a most elaboratn
atTair and in perfection of every detail
was thought to excel any entertain
ment given at the Execative Manslnn
during Mr. t Cleveland's ; occupancy.
The State apartments were nrr.fnl,
decorated with flowers, among which
the Hawaiian colors were prominent,
and the East Room euriiassed the oc.
casion of the President's wedding, not
in number, perhaps, but in the selec.
tion of the flowers used.
When visiting the Treasury Depart
ment Kapiolani was taken down into
the subterranean vaults vbm ilm
money is kept, and seemed to take .
deep interest in the loads of gold and
silver stored away there. When told
how much money she stood in the
midst of, she was filled with wonder.
She left the. capital delighted with her
visit, and thinking that this is a great
people, and that they Lave a big Navy,
apd immense dinners, Rnd big taffy
mines and liandsome President's wives.
But let it bo said of Hawiiag Queen
that notwithstanding the fact that hers
is only a little kingdom and that her
skin is colored brown, royalty of the
highest degree could not. have do
ported itself with more becoming lady
ike grace than she exhibited during
her visit to Washington. She showed
herself to be a Ionian of J good sense
and good manners. She was unob
strusive modest, self-poised, dignified
and even stately. Not speaking En
glish she was at a disadvantage, but
she was intelligent looking and appar
Probably the silliest of all tho silly
stories that have been told of Secret
ry Lamar was that one to the effect
that ho would not attend the State
dinner given to the Queen of tha
Sandwich Islands on account of hex
color. It seems lediculous to take
time to contradict so preposterous a
report, were it not for the ftet lhat
so:i-. people mi-ht lo jlIst silly
cnoiiHi to U-SIhVff it. Th.
was ;..ti;'n..-.l to hticlf.nxo b,- s-ickm-s
il -liiii". n I ti:i-u-iHr,4iu-i t
t-MH H I Miu-r tin (!;e al ovtt intn-
li -II il .1 c.ti.. uax MtlliliUtHbh to
tll -t l ull f : l:lt'.
Bucklens Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in th w.n ii r...-
Cuts. Bruises. Sores. Ulcers. Suit
Rheum, Fever Soros, Tetter, ChapiHjd
lianas, tJlulDlains, Corns, and all akin
Eruptions, and positive!? cures Piles.
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or mane?
reiunaetr irnce 20 eta "t box.
Fw saleby Marsteb & Co f
This paper is kept on file at E. C Met
atlvertising agency, 64 and 65 Merchants' Ex
change, San Francisco, Cal., where contracts
for advertising can bn made for iu