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' FRIDAY, JUNE, 24, 1887.
Wanted. A girl or woman who is a good
cook. Inquire of Mrs. Moore at Moore's res
Half Change. Hon. W. F. Benjamin has
bought one half interest in the riaindealer.
ve welcome you to the tripod. Euick,
Benjamin and Bell, make an editorial allit
eration, that will astonish the next presi
dential candidates, and dont you forget it.
Returned. Rev. V. A. Smick returned
last Friday from an extended trip east.
While there he visited several large cities and
attended the General Assembly held at Oma
ha. He has been absent about six weeks
and was heartily welcomed home again by Ins
Board of Equalization . The Board of
Directors of School Dist. No. 4 of Douglas
county Or., will st as a. board of equalization
j n my office in Roseburg at I o'clock p. m.
Thursday, June 30th, i887. Done by order of
said board this 23rd day of June, 1SS7 at Rose
T. L. Gannon, O. I Willis,
Fine Barns. Messrs Eggcrs and Clem
ents navin-just finished a fine barn for Mr.
, Conn, are now at ' work on R. B. Dixon's
barn, and when completed will no doubt be
the finest barn in the county. W. B. Single
ton, who has a fine barn will now have to
come to the front or the shadows of the
Dixon barn will eclipse anything in this
county. This barn building enterprise is a
commendable one in our citizens. Who next.
Bishop Foster Coming Bishcp Foster
of the Methodist Episcopal church, is to pre
side at the next session of the Oregon con
ference. His first and only visit to Portland
was in 1872, soon after his election as a bishop
when there was but a single conference in the
northwest. The Advocate ays: "His ser
mons and speeches at that conference were
among the greatest ever heard on that coast.
He will be gladly received again among us."
Now or Never. "Don't let your best
opportunities pass you like the sunbeams'
No, when you see the sample casket of Flatcd
Silver Ware from the Standard Silver Ware
Co. of Boston, Mass. with all statements
about the ware printed by the aforesaid firm,
or those interested in the growth of Method -
ism, see our fine Illustrated I listory of Method
ism, or see the ju.st merits of the Talent
fence, carefully deliberate and quickly decide,
it you can, and let M . J udkins take your
order. I cease my silver ware line of work
until further notice. Yours for honor.
M. E. Judkin.s.
Traveling. Hon. Binger Hermann, M
C, returned from a trip to Portland last Sat
urday and left the first of the week for Lake
icw, Baker City and other points in eastern
. Oregon, He has been and is spending niost
of his time in visiting various places of inter.
est in the state, examining into the many
needs of this commonwealth. The differtnt
Indian reservations will be visited, also the
' various frontier mail routes so that necessary
"imprvemcts may be suggested to the postal
department. In short he intends to thorough
ly post himself as to Oregon's various wants.
The Saunders Case, The jury in the
case of Cant. W. W. Saunders last Saturday
brought in the verdict of murder in the sec
ond degree after being out .about forty-eight
hours. They came in different times for in
structions from the Judge, and about thirty
five ballots were taken before a verdict was
agreed upon. Saunders was in court when the
jury came in. When the verdict was an
nounccd his face twitched nervously, but his
countenance instantly resumed its usual de
meanor, .He was remarkably cool through
out. Tho penalty for murder in the second
degree is imprisonment for life. He was sen
tenced Wednesday by Judge Boise.
Amendment League. The meeting was
called to oreder by the president Mr. S. I
Floed, reading the minutes of the previous
meeting, after prayer by Rev. E.G. Michael
the Junior band rendered one of their selec.
tions, Rev. S. P. Wilson of Eugene was then
introduced who gave us a most thrilling ad-
prcss, showing beyond a doubt that prohibi
tion docs prohibit. Reading by Bertha Rich
Ardson, Mr. Dorwin of Iowa, favored us with
a few remarks showing us what effect prohibi
tion has in Iowa, also Mr. Judkins of Eugene
made a short speech. Hon. Binger Hermann
was elected speaker for the next regular meet
tng. With a piece by the band the nieecting
adjourned . Lee Bell,
Teachers. At a regular meeting of the
directors of sebjool district No. 4, some weeks
since. J. B. Horner was re-elected principal
of the Roseburg public school . On last Mon
day afternoon, Miss Alice Mosher, a gradu
ate ot the Roseburg public school and Miss
Frances Howell formerly of a normal school
in the east, were elected assistant teachers to
begin their work at the opening of the next
term of school . Miss Mosher has hitherto
assisted in our public school and Mis9 Howell
has also taught in Roseburg. Both ladies
come highly recommended from the different
places where they have- tanght . Though
there were many applications, the board wcr
unanimous in their choice and while more
teachers will probably be needed, they de
cided to defer hiring any more till later in
T.L.Gannon, O. L. Willis,
Free lecture to-morrow evening.
Malheur county starts out $30,000 in debt.
Mexican hammocks $1 at J. Jaskulek's bar
First class ice cream at the City Bakery
North Yakima, W. T. will build a $10,000
Frst-class soda water at Thompson & Gil;
ham's near the depot.
Pure, cold, delicious ice cream at the City
Bakery every day. Try it.
Coinage at the U.S. mint, San Francisco,
during May was $1,600,000.
Prof. Morris has delivered several good lec
tures in Roseburg this week on Phrenology.
Dr. Geo. II. Flett has located at Eerryvale
California, for the practice of his profession.
The memorial services of Miss Lydia Walk
er were largely attended last Sunday at Oak
Mr. Hint, Chief ckrk of the mail depart
ment of San Francisco was in town this
The Sabbath school at the Methodist church
win meet on babbath morning next at 10
Rev. F. H. Post of this city has been elec
tea to the pastorate of the Episcopal church
Kev. b. G. Michael was in Roseburg thia
week and went to Coquille to hold a quarterly
Hon. J. W. Hamilton returned from Cur
ry county Wednesday where he has been at
1 he old school house in this city is being
torn down and removed to give place for the
Rev. S. P. Wilson preached some excellent
sermons m the Methodist church last Satur
day and Sunday.
Rev. W. A. Smick will preach in the Ties
bytenan church in this cify next Sunday
morning and evening.
ivosa uusney returned last week irom
Portland where she has been for the past win
ter attending school.
Thirty bushels per acre is what the farmers
arc guessing the average wheat yield in Mor
row county, Oregon .
Virgil Conn of Taislty, Lake county, for
uierly of this city was in town this week look
ing as well as of yore.
A large two story dwelling house pleas- j
antly situated; with large grounds, is lor rent.
Apply ta Lane & Lane.
Go to Prichard the jeweler to get your
watches and clocks cleaned cheaper than
any where else in town.
Schiller Hermann's first attempt nt poetry
will be seen in this issue of The Review,
and we pronounce it good.
Anyone wishing first-class soda water should
order from the Roseburg soda works, Thomp
son & Gliham proprietors.
Rev. T. P. Hayncs left last Tuesday for
the Coquille city on a visit to his family, and
will begone about ten days.
Brigadier General Siglin passed through
Rqjjpburg this week on his way to Salem and
while here gave The Review a call.
Mr. Wm. Thiele, the surveyor, will leave
for Klamath county abaut the 5th of July
where he has a government contract for sur
veying. Watches, Clocks & Jewelery, of the latest
styles and at lowest prices, at J. Jaskulek's
Bargain store, a new lot just received. Go
and see it.
The Hcrvey boys brought a fine lot of wool
from Clarks Branch this week and got the
coin, and then they made the printers heart
Hon John P. St, John, the great prohibi
tion leader, is announced for a trip to Ore
gon from the 25th, of October to the close of
Dr. Crawford has now sufficiently recovered
his health to resume his office and city prac
tice. Any needing his professional service
will give him a call .
Revs. Michael and Ilaynes f,ave THE Re
view office a veiy pleasant call last Monday
also Revs. Wilson and Miller called the same
day. All come again.
Anyone subscribing for The- Review now
will receive as a premium a book of over 0
pages entitled "The complete Poultry Manual'
which every farmer should have.
Stoves! Stoves! Stoves!'
Yes, real cooking stoves & ranges, and of
the best makes too: fully warranted at J. Jas
kulek's Bargain Store.
A Mistake. Last Saturday a man bcarintr
a resemblance to Tete Olsen passed through
Wilbur when Cam Cox and Will Otey think
ing it was him started in pursuit to arrest him.
When alout two and one half miles beyond
Wilbur they can.e in about 200 yards ahead of
s him on the railroad track and when he was
about 100 yards distant from them, he seeing
them put his hand in his back pocket and
Walked on up and when he was about 10 cr
5 steps distant they thinking it was Fete
Olsen, ordered him to throw up his hands
when he instantly drew a revolver, and on be
ing told to drop it or they would shoot him
he started to run, making for a brush thicket
when Cam Cox fired off his Winchester think -ing
to scare him that he might stop, but he
kept on when Cam fired a second shot the
. ball taking effect in the calf of his leg, he fel1
and they started to run up to him when he
turned over and drew his pistol again when
he was ordered to'drop it or they would shoot
him, he threw it to one side. lie was then
taken, and when upon close examination they
lound they had captured the wrong man. He
gave his name as Bates and said his people
lived below Portland . He is being cared for
at Wilbur, and will be sent home as soon as
possible. His w;und is not considered seri
Prof. Morris will give a free lecture at SiO'
cum s hall rriday. For ladies only at 2:30
p. m. Forgeutlcmcn only at 8 p. m.
Saturday evening, on True Love, Honest
Courting and Happy Marriage. Front seats
reserved for ladies. .
Please leave your orders at Marstcr's drug
store for the high arm, light running Singer
machine also for oil, needles, attachments, and
repairing of all kinds of machines.
1). 15. Reame
S. F, Floed is on the sick list and under
the doctor's care. As soon as he sufficiently
recover-; he will make a canvass of the coun
ty in the interest of the prohibitory amend
ment . .
Mrs. 11. T. Strike of Los Angeles Cal
and the mother of Mrs. T. F. Terry is now
at her daughter's residence in this city, to re
main until tall, and she is delighted with our
Miss Edith Callahan returned home thi
week from Myrtle Creek where she has been
teaching school. The school was closed one
week sooner than was expected on account
of scarlet fever .
Mr. W. E. Rohrer who has been attending
the school at the Agricultural College at
Corvallis the past year returned to Rose
bum last week and will remain here dur
ing the summer.
Mrs. S. Smith of Portland, organist at Tay
lor street church, is visiting Mrs. D. Moore
of this city. Mrs. Smith is a lady of high
standing in Portland society, and has dispersed
The fire bell in this city was broken this
week and stens should be taken to have it
fixed at once or replaced with a new one
For in case of a fire now the company could
not be called out.
Call at The Review omce and get your
blank deeds and mortgages with the note
printed in the mortgage. All kinds of blanks
on hand cheap. Call and see us before pur
We understand the organ used uy Mrs
Smith for the M. L. ice cream lestival was
kindly lent by Mrs. Geo. Beath. Mrs
Smith pronounced it a good instrument. W
also learn it is for sale.
There is 93 prisoners in the penitentiary
at Walla Walla, and they are doing absolute
ly nothing to pay for their support.
D. S. West sold the pioperty ol J. W. Ea
ton deceased, at Round Praine last Saturday.;
There not being enough property to justify
appointing an administrator it became the
Treasurers duty to seil it at public auction, j
The Ladies Aid Society gave an ice cream
festival in Slocum's hall last Tuesday evening
which was a success in every particular. The
receipts of the evening were about $75. The
ice cream, cake, cherries, and lemonade were
all delicious. .
A long needed want in our midst, is sup
plied by D . B. Reame, being a good machine
repairer and he is certainly hones!, for he
offered to put another agent's machine in
good trim so that the lady could try it before
she would buy his. j
Henry Woodward gave us some medicated
soap this week for removing grease, paint and
pitch from clothing without injury to the
goods, It is of his own manufacture and is
warranted good. The Review extends
thanks for the piece received.
Rev. E. Gittens will preach at Wilbur
next Sunday morning and in Garden valley
at 3 p. m. the same day. 1 he lourtn quar
terly conference will also be held at Oakland
July 2 and 3,, Elder Wilson will preach.
Quarterly conference at 2:30 P. M. j
Bro. Buick is constantly troubled about the
K. K. commissioners ability to judge of
bridges, road beds, rolling stock etc. Now
perhaps the Governor made a great mistake
in not appointing the editor of the Plaindealer
to oversee this whole business for them.
However they will try and jog along.
Over three quarters of all the machines sold
throughout the world annually are singers,
why? Beccuse they are the best. Hence their
salesman need not import an expert from
another state to divert their customers at
tention from defects of their machines by
their glib tongue and useless operations.
Last Sunday as Mr. Shrum's folks of Mt
Scott were going to Oak creek to church, the
team became frightened and came near run
ning over the grade near the forks of the river
when Miss Ruda Shrum jumped out of the
hack and sprained her ankle although not
seriously. No other damage was done.
Mr. W. B. Singleton who has been suffer
ing with neuralgia and toothache for some
time came to town last Monday and Dr. Mill
er gave him chloroform and he had all his up
per teeth extracted. Mr. Singleton has been
quite unfoitunate, having lost one of his eyes
in a severe spell of sickness about two years
Volkman & Shepherd wish to announce to
tho people of Douglas county, that they have
opened a drug store at Wilbur and will keep
a full line of drugs, patent medicines, cigars
etc. Mr. Volkman is a physician and surgeon
and will be found at the store ready to attend
to the wants of suffering humanity when
called upon. Give them a call.
Trof. U.S. Strange, Secretary of the State
Temperance Alliance, called on us Tuesday.
Mr. Strange has accepted the principalship. of
one of the public schools of Corvallis, and will
remove to that city at once. We congratulate
the people of Corvallis upon this acquisition
their educational forces. Prohibition Star.
The Review joins in extending congratula
The Junior Band gave an open air concert
in the band stand last Tuesday evening to
celebrate the anniversary of the fiftieth
year of the reign of Queen Victoria. Great
demonstrations of rejoicing are being
shown throughout the whole country. The
Queen has been reigning since she was eigh
teen years old and she is now sixty-eight,
The Queens jubilee is being celsbrated all
over the world,
J. A. Cardwell agent for the American
hit,e bronze monument company of Chicago
was in Roseburg this week and showed us
some desicrns for monuments which were
beautiful. Mr. Cardwell is a rustler for so
small a man as he is, and his shadow grows
no less as time rolls its unwearied round
Mr. Cardwell has appointed P. Benedick of
this city, local agent for the bronze monument
and anyone wishing a monument will do well
to give him a call . Remember they are just
as represented, and all work warranted.
We take pleasure in calling the attention of
our readers to the new advertisement of the
Beethoven riano-Organ Company cf Wash
ngton, Warren county, N. J., displayeJ else
where in our columns. We are perfectly sat
isfied of the reliability of this firm and advise
all intending purchasers to write them for
their handsome Illustrated Catalogue and
their terms before purchasing either an organ
or piano elsewhere. They can save all such,
money, and give tnem me very uesi.
Rlee Hill Item.
Crops looking fine.
Farmers smiling about the present rain.
Everybody and the school children garden
Mr. Cap. Hall oi Oakland has moved his
family to Rice Hill section house, where they
expect to remain during the summer.
The bridge carpenters of the O. & C . R. R-
under foreman Van Buren are at Rice Hill
where they will be for some time building a
new bridge for the company.
We heard of a party going out to hunt bees
last Sunday in the rain. They report having
found a bee which was loaded clown with
Lafayette Tower has a very fine carp pond
which he made by embankment. It is fed by
a spring. Many farmers have much better
facilities than this and it is strange that more
of them do not have fish.
Judging from the number of dogs to be seen
at the average farm house, we think the ex
pression (putting on dog) must have originated
in this vicinity. It reminds one of the story
of the Arkansaw traveler.
The Rice Hill horse tamer has concluded
that the Rarey system is hard on a mans sys
tern, and is going to try raising rice (which by
OENEEA.L TELEGftAPH NEWS.
Ldl-ES OF GJIA1X JIVRXED.
Disastrous Fire Unniun in Calafornin
Wheat FLlds near Anderson.
ASDERSON, Cal., June 19. A destructive
fire broke out to-day, in a grain held on the
Redding grant, three miles southeast of this
place . The fire is supposed to have caught
from a spark from A. B. Humphrey's house.
There are burning about twelve or fourteen
humjred acres of wheat, barley, and a large
amoimt of hay. It is burning in a southeas
terly direction. The wind is blowing a gale
from the north and it is thought before the
fire can be controlled that it will burn several
thousand acres of grain yet .
THE PRESIDING ELDER TALKS
IX MEMORY OF MRS. X. F. RAIT.
Cleveland TFfll Xot Go to St. Louis.
Washington, June 19. President Cleve
land feels the oppressive ness of the atmos
phere, owing to the excessive heat of the past
few jdays, and in consequence he said to have
ai ranged for another trip to be taken early
next month. He will probably be absent
with Mrs. Cleveland three or four weeks. It
is practically settled that the trip to St . Louis
will be abandoned.
That body will meet on the 6. 7. 8. and 0, of
July in the Representatives hall in Salem.
the way is a very extensive business in this Th Statc Supt. is arranging a good pro
gramme, ine Association in an us depart
ments promises to be ahead of anything of its
kirn eyer held hitherto on the Pacific slope.
It 'ill be composed of a public school
teacher's department, a Supt's. department
and a college department. The departments
section,) but we are afraid if he is not careful
Rice will raise him.
There was quite an excitement about here
and Drains this week over the murderer, Ol
sen. A gentleman by the name of Olsen
lives near Yoncolla, and has a boy which he
claimed was at school at Grant's Pass, Some
one started the report that two men had been
run from a camp out in the mountains west of
Drains and that one of them was Olsen's son.
This aroused suspicion that Pete Olsen was
with him. Parties were formed and some of
them about to arrest the fugative, when a card
from Prof. Benson set all things to rights by
stating that the boy was really in Grant's Tass.
All farmers are busy haying.
Hon. Thos. Banks has finished his coaf pit
Mr. O. Hutchinson and family has moved
near Nonpareil .
Chcrrys are getting plentiful and the little
boys and girls rejoice.
Mr. Wm. Ilanna and W. S. Ilogan are cm-
ployed in work at the cinnabar mines.
Prof. G. V, Boggs' school at Nonpareil will
close July I, and the pupils are all ycry sorry
Two young ladies of Nonpareil made a fly
ing visit to English settlement, Tuesday eve
H. C. White and family have moved on
the Jas. Rice place which he lately purchased
from Mr. Frank Raymond.
nc .-unuay scnooi at xsanpareil is pro
gressing nicely under the management of Mr.
Oteous Hutchinson and Wm. Hogan,
Mr. Worth White, son of Hon. 11. C
W lute, lately purchased a cow from Warren
McCawlt-yand she isn't very easy tamed.
Mr. Jos. B. Tipton and his daughter, Mary
are the guests of Mr. John- Tipton and family,
Come again Mary it brings smiles on George's
Terry Kilbern, one of the oldest and most
highly --espected settlers of upper Calapooia
died on the 6th of June at the residence of
Warren McCawley, Esq., and was followed
to his resting place at the small church yard
by a few relatives and a large circle of neigh
bors and friends. Loved dear one. farewell.
until we meet in the hereafter, farewell.
Hard 'tis to lay you,
Within the cold and silent tomb
Yet we shall meet you "
Where care and sorrow never come
Earthly treasures perish
With loved and dear ones .
To meet you in our heavenly home.
willjbe led by men of high standing in these
various lines of work. All leading educators
beaj testimony to the usefulness of the insti
tutes, and the stale has wisely expended large
umj of money and donated vast tracts of land
or educational interest: and the thing to be de
plored is that not more of our teachers look
iigh to their intrcsts to improve such crand
onnbrtunilies afforded them. There are as
marly teachers in Douglas county alone as there
are members of the State Association. If you
intend to make a life work of teaching, make a
success of it by throwing your entire weight one
way. You will hurt no one, and will likely
prove to your patrons that you are heavier than
they anticipated. Increase your weight and
strength as a teacher by attending teachers'
meetings of all kinds, and then practice what
Elk Head Items.
Shoestring will not celebrate.
Haying has not commenced yet in this val
Mr. Woodsen and family will soon mve
Mr. Edd Long and wife have returned and
taken up a homestead in our little valley.
Shelby Churchill and E. Bradford arc en
gaged in cutting saw logs for Henry Bryant.
Mrs. J . Brown and Frank Brown of Sum
ner Coos Co. have len visiting relatives at
We are sorry to say that our school closes
next week Mr Lane is a No. 1 teacher as the
progress will testify.
Young ladies are very scarce in Shoestring
the married ladies have to take the lead in all
thej entertainments and concerts.
TheyoungDr. of Shoestring seems to be
rustling now the old white mare can be seen
moist any day going along the road.
A grand entertainment the fourth given by
Tojdd's, Lane's and Brown's only twenty five
ce"rtts admission to see the performance.
The mine seems to be on a stand still at
present the boss has been working out at the
Cinnabar mine near : Oakland rather a bad
shining for the mine Bro. T .
Editor Review: Will you please allow me
a little space in your columns to correct a few
errors into which you have fallen. In your
editorial quoted from April 8th in reply to
my communication in The Review of June
10th and also to call your attention to some
mistakes in your further remarks. We do
not ask you to '-retract a word," if "The Re
view will give both sides of the question a
fair hearing" no one ought to complain. But
is it "a fair hearing" to misstate the answers
given by Day, McCall, Burkhart and Ledger
wood, so as to destroy the sense and then pub
lish as mutilated. We do not object to verbal
abridgements in ordci to save space, but we
will submit it to these gentlemen if their com
munications have not been unfairly dealt with.
You say ''The Bishop appointed on the board
men whom he was assured he knew would
carry out his wishes." The editor of The
Review knows the Bishop am not appoint
a single man on that board, has no authority
to appoint, has no vote in the Annual confer
ence, the editor 01 ihe keview naci more
to do with the appointment of the board than
Bishop Keener did, for there are several 01
those whom he named out as having been ap
pointed and paid for their vote by Bishop
Keener who were appointed on the recom
mendation and by the vote of the editor of
The Review when he was on the board of
education in the conference. But you say
"Bishop Keener did insist on men on the
board being turned out because they wanted
the college turned over to the state," that is
true, and as you say "what sense" would there
be in leaving men on the board who had de
clared that they were "from principle consci
entiously opposed to the church conducting a
state institution, when the church had con
scienciously determined on a different course.
So far as we know no one of these men whose
names are so flippantly handled by The Re
view has ever questioned the right of those
men who were removed from the board to
their conscientious principles, or impugned their
motives, but it was a question of being "con
sistently against us." But alas! alas! that a
man standing high in the community as a
christian gentleman cannot allow his fellow
men to act on their conscientious principles
without styling them as "criminally ignorant"
and charging men who have always stood
above reproach wjth having been bribed by
their expenses being paid. You may receive
the above as a compliment, but not "unwit
tingly paid." You "infered" these men were
paid, because Oglesby did not say they were
not. Now you infer that "Oglesby, Michael,
Compton, Craig and those oi the Clergy did
get their pay." We have not communicated
with Oglesby and Compton on the subject,
but we tare with all the rest of those referred
to and are authorized to say not one of them
received one cent on that score but all paid
their own expenses. What kind of a rule is
this that men who have never been accused of
crime before, must all come out in the pub
lie prints and aver their ignorance or it will be
"inferred" that they are guilty. You say
"Mr. Michael acknowledged that $100 of this
sacred fund is thus spent." We did not, but
disputed it and demand the proof. As to
your suggestion in reference to taking up the
missionary collections, we respectfully decline
on the ground that we have followed your
suggestions to often already and have gotten
ourselves into trouble by so doing. Please
excuse us, and we will try to manage our own
affairs and assume all responsibility.
ours X ruly
E. G. Michael.
We give space gladly to Bro. Michael, and
have only to say that we did not "mutilate,"
the manuscript is on file, come and see. We
did, however, correct some very badly "mu
tilated" English spelling and composition, in the
MSS. of the gentlemen referred to in the above
letter. You say the "Bishop has no authority
to vote etc," that is true, and you would use
this as a ruse to shield the Bishop from what
he absolutely did, that is he wrote resolutions
for the conference, and persisted in dictating
who should, and who should not be on the
board. No use to try to elude the hierarchical
dictation in all this work. The guardians of
the Columbia conference arc certainly east ol
Tb night was bright and cheery;
The stars lit up the sky;
But gloom bang over the town that night;
And I'll tell you the reason why.
Ai the village clock wag striking nine
And the moon rose o'er the hill,
Death had visited a happy home;
And all was hushed and still.
A few days ot sickness were passed,
And such suffering none can tell;
And she closed her eyes in the last long steep,
As we all kuow too well.
Little "Dotsie" the baby,
For his Mamma does anxiously call,
But, she's gone and left him for all time,
And in other hands be now must fall.
When the Lord will appear to Judire the world,
And the angels with him shall come,
One of them shall be Magcgii-;
Yes, coming to welcome you home.
Pear friends, weep not for your loved one',
"They are better off," wc ean say.;
And wo will all watt gladly
Forthe grand old Judgment Day.
Schiller B. IIrkuixx.
Notice is hereby given that I liave the bank
notes and accounts of Gates & Critcser, in
my hands for collection and settlement. All
that are indebted to said firm will please come
forward immediately and settle the same and
thereby save costs.
Thos. L. Gannon, J. r.
Roseburg, Or., June 24,
Order Indian War Veterans.
There will be a meeting of Umpqua Camp
No. 6 Indian War Veterans at the Court
House Roseburg, Oregon July 4th, 1SS7 at
9 o'clock a. m, to elect a Captain vice L. F.
Mosher promoted .
Roseburg June 21, 1SS7.
W. S. IIOTCHKISS,
Amended School Laws. The school
laws as amcDded Fourteenth Legislation As
sembly and completed by State Supt. E. B.
Mclilroy by direction ol Secretary of State
has been received. It contains I SO paces of
laws, rules and regulations, recent school law
decisions furnished by the Bureau of educa
tion, Washington D. C. and a synopsis tf
the decisions in the Department of Tublic
Instruction. The mechanical work by State
Printer Frank C. Baker is first class; and the
arrangement of the contents reflects great
credit upon the wisdom of the Compiler.
Blank forms are furnished so that School
Boards will not have to go wrong. This item
itself is a valuable addition to the laws as
LANGENBERG. In thia city Wednes
day, June 22, 1S87 to the wife of Geo. Lan
genberg a daughter weight eight pounds.
We extend congratulations.
John L. Smith of Elkton was in town
Tuesday on business.
Hon. J. II. Shupe is greatly improvinn
his already beautiful home.
Master Joseph Brown has returned from .
his extended visit at Elkton .
Dr. Henry Little has just returned from his
professional trip to Cottage Grove.
James Maupin of Roseburg was in Oak
land Tussday calling on acquaintances.
Mrs. Leatherwood is spending several days
in Oakland the guest of Mrs. W. T. Turner.
Bishop Hargrove preached here last Sat
urday night and Sunday morning. Both ex
The question of prohibition is being freely
talked on every hand and by nearly everybody
talk less and pray more.
Mrs. Dr. Venable who has been quite
sick for the past two weeks, we are glad to
hear is now improving.
Geo. J. Stearns Esq. has the material on
the ground for one of the finest and most
tastily arranged dwellings in our city.
Miss Maggie Medley's school will close
next week. Her patrons are highly pleased
with the progress of their children.
The friends of M. Fickle, Esq . will be
pleased to learn that he has secured an impor
tant position on the North Pacific R: R.
Hon. J. C. Hutchinson has returned from
his tnp to Portland. He was present at the
late session of the Grand Masonic Lodge.
Hugh Cole Esq. son of Dr. James Cole of
the Calapooia precinct has been appointed
deputy assessor. We wish Hugh access.
Mrs. Whitmore is here visiting her daughter
the estimable wife of A. G. Young Esq., we
wish her a pleasant time while in our village.
Mr. W. B. Hammitte is the, happy man
this week. Its a ten pound boy. May the
richest blessings of a divine master abide with
Mrs. Pitzer Smith and her daughtcr-in- :
law, Mrs. Willie Smith, are in our city
visiting relatives and friends, and are the
guests of Mrs. Mary Smith.'
Young & Hammitte opened on Tuesday
the largest lot of tinware ever brought to
this city, in one lot. These goods they
bought in the east and can sell at the low
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will give
a strawberry festival at their reading parlors
in Oakland on Saturday evening June 25. .
Come one and all and we guarantee you w ill
have a pleasant lime.
Rev. Joseph Ensley has gone to Eastern .
Oregon to visit his sons, who are thrifty farm-
ers and stock raisers in that country. Wo
trust Father Ensley will have a very pleasant
visit and a safe return to his Umpqua home.
Wheat, 1 bu
Burr Flour, I? sack
Beans, I? It)
Butter, t? Ib
Cheese, I lb
Eggs, ? doz
Oatmeal t R
Cracked Wheat. I? lb
Potatoes, t bu .
You have reversed the order of Oats, t bu . . . .
Central J'olnf Itrms.
Machinery. Thos. L. Gannon keeps the
Osborne machinery the best in the world and
will not be undersold by any standard machin
ery. Come and see me.
Take Notice. -VII persons having any
business with this paper will always direct
their communications to "Roseburg Re
view," and not personally to any member of
the firm. This observed, will prevent the
delay of correspondence.
A Treat. The Statesman Corps was yes
terday treated to a case of fine soda water and
ginger ale by Johnny Chase, proprietor of the
Salem soda works. Mr. Chase is now mak
ing a very fine article, that can't be beaten in
any country. It is a wholesome, healthful.
temperance article, and should be very pop
Time Chang ed Etc. The north bound
train passes Roseburg now at 12:50, and go
ing south at 1 :45 . Time changed last Sun
day. Tickets on Sale at Roseburg depot for
San Francisco and Sacramento. First-class
unlimited to S. F. $27.85, limited to three
days first-class, $22.00, immigrant ticket for
continuous passage, $15.00. To Sacramento
same as above prices except first-class unlimi
ted is only $25.15.
Hretesler Valley Xotrs. .
Hills are looking dry.
Haying is in full blast.
Grandpa Benedict was quite sick last week
Wool is rating at 25 cts. or better in this
J . M. Stark was at Portland last week at
tending the Masons Grand Lodge
Born on June 4th near Elkton to the wife
of James Bunch a son, usual weight.
Aiaupin tiros, o; miui s saw mill will . pro
bably be ready to run sometime in July
Miss Addie Smith is teaching a very suc
cessful term of school in the Brown district.
Miss Dora McCallistcr's school in the
Haines district will close on Thursday, June
Joseph Robinson has moved his house in or
der to be more convenient to water and good
Misses Mollie McCallister and May Boots
of Drain are visiting friends and relatives in
Charley Hcnderer and family of Drain were
visiting his "parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
I tenderer in this vicinity last week .
A gentleman from Wisconsin was in this
part a couple of weeks wanting to buy im
proved land for several parties in his state.
Mr. John Heddin and wife nee Miss Fannie
Hendcrer, of Scottsburg were visiting her pa
rents in this neighborhood last Saturday and
The closing exercises of Prof. B. D. Smith's
school at town last Friday evening weie so far
the crowning event of the season. The house
was crowded, standing room even being at a
premiumt 1 he programme was quite lengthy
and all parts were well rendered, but space
forbids us nivine each a special notice. The
recitations, dialogues and tableaux were in
terspersed with excellent music and the oc
casion was long to be remembered by those
present . Much credit is due Prof. Smith in
hi3 effort to make the evening a pleasant one,
R. E. Porter.
Sunday school is now banc held in new-
Mrs. D. S. Catching of Riddle is visiting
relatives and friends in this place.
The theremometer stood at 1040 on the 20,
and 21, ult. at 5 o'cock in the evening.
Kincaid and Rippey received a new lot of
goods on the last two freights. Call and see
IJ. J. J tinkle has a lew express wagons
for sale. Anybody wanting such will do well
to see them.
L.. ... .. .
the school ot this place had a tine picnic
on the river on last Friday, fine dinner of
strawberries and cream.
Our friends Mr. and Mrs. Patterson of
Grants Pass are here and will stay a few days
He is sheriff of Josephine county.
There was a temperance lecture held in the
Alpine hall on Thursday evening June 1.6th,
by Rev. Walton Skipwprth of Ashland.
1 C. T.
Tlenty of sunshine and showers.
Mr. Jas. Laird is making hay.
Mr. Ack McCulloch is visiting parents in
Staee is makiwr regular trips from . Rose
burg to Empire.
las. McCullach intends buildinc a new
house in Brewster soon.
Collie Harry, Lee Wright, and Willie Cox
killed a bear which they caught in a trap.
Mr. Lonzo Applet on passed through on his
way to Coos city. 'There seems to be some
Mrs. Jas. Laird of this place has returned
home from Sugar pine where she has ben
visiting her daughter and friends.
John McCulloch and Schuyler Ireland went
to Roseburg, Saturday night, they being the
stage drivers between Brewster and Coos city,
Messrs. McCurdy, Sanctuary, Flournoy and
Green Roseburg hose boys and Frank Oggier
of the hooks returned home from the firemen's
tournament last Sunday. They looked not
the least bit fatigued but on the contrary
seemed delighted with their trip. The fire
man of Vancouver received them in grand
style and the people ot that city extended
every possible courtesy and kindness. They
pronounce Chief Wintworth of that depart
ment not merely a gallant fireman but also a
gallant gentleman in every respect . They
speak of Mayor Smith in highest terms of
praise adding that only good people like those
of Vancouver could have so good a Mayor
The "boys" enjoyed the courtesy of the army
officers, had the pleasure of witnessing a dress
parade and altogether had a jolly good time,
Good for our "boys," good for Vancouver and
good for the firemen of Oregon and Washing'
facts my Bro. we did allow you to differ from
us, and never thought of turning you out be
cause thereof, but the very first opportunity
you had to decapitate McFarland, Emery,
Osborn, McElroy, Bell and others, you did it,
and for no other reason under the sun than
that these gentlemen differed from the policy
of some of the members of the church. Were
these men not honest, and capable of running
a college? They were the true friends of the
Southern Methodist, and why did you put
them off the board, and put on others who
were not superior in any particular to the gen
tlemen named. Your bad logic is also seen
carried into your work all along the line.
You tried to put Trof . Arnold out of the fac
ulty, not because he is not a scholar and in
structor without a superior in Oregon, not be
cause he is not a gentleman of exemplary hab
its, and all that goes to make up a first-class
president and teacher, but because he did not
side with the church trustees in their insane
folly, prompted by an unpardonable prejudice,
determined as they are to cripple every pros
pect that they might have had for the success
of the church, and because he contributed
$500.00 to the new college building. Indeed
Mr. Michael you preach good doctrine in your
letter, but you fail to practice. We are the
dearly beloved-ones who are not allowed a
voice unless we agree with you. We did not
hinder yon, but you did shut our wind off,
and you know why. You demand proof as
to the expenses being paid by the board.
Hay, t? ton
Wool, t ft
I Iain and Bacon, Ib.
Dried Apples t lb. . .
Bran, t ton
Chickens, t? doz
In the Circuit Court of the state of Oregon
in and for Douglas county.
Sol Abraham plaintitt.
George Tarrant and Anna J . Tarrant defen
Suit in equity to foreclosure a mortgage.
Vf OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i under and by virtue of an execution and
order of sale issued out of the circuit court of
the state of Oregon for Douglas county on the
20th day of May 1887 in the above entitled
cause directed and delivered to me in pursu
ance 01 a judgment ana decree by loreclosure
ol a mortgage dated January 21, Ibbo, said
judgment and order was given and entered of
record in said circuit court on the 9th day of
May 1887 in tavor ol the above named plain
tiff Sol Abraham and against the above named
defendants George Tarrant and Anna J.Tar
rant and against the nerem alter described
mortgaged land and premises, whereas said
execution and order of sale commands me to
levy upon and sell said mortgaged land and
premises as by law directed, and the proceeds
arising from such sale le applied first in the
payment ol the cost herein taxed at $90.75
and expenses ol this sale, second to the pay
ment and satisfaction of the judgment in favor
"Hackmetack" a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents, Sold by W
Shiloh's Cl're will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
For sale by W. S. Hamilton.
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents.
For sale by W. S. Hamilton.
Shilohs Catarbh Remedy A positiv
cure for Catarrh. Dipthcna. and Canker
Mouth. Sold by W. S. Hamilton.
Why Will. You cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Trice 10 cts.,
50 cts., and $1. For sale by W. S. Ham
For DvsrErsiA and Liver Complaint, you
have a printed guarantee on every bottle of
Shiloh's Vilalizer. It never fails to cure.
Sold by W. S. Hamilton.
The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind., says. "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cuke.
Sold by W. S. Hamiltonf
Are you made miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizcr is a positive
cure. Sold by W. S. Hamilton.
When the appetite fails, and sleep grows
restless unrefreshing, there is trouble ahead.
The digestive organs, when healthy, crave
food the nevous system, when vigorous and
tranquil, gives its possessor no tmeasincss at
night. A tonic, to be effective, should not
be a mere appetizer, nor are the nerves to be
strengthened and soothed by the unaided ac
tion of a sedative or a narcotic What is re
quired is a medicine which in vigorates the
stomach, and promotes assimilat.on of foe d bv
the system, by which means the nervous sys
tem, as well as otner parts ol the physical or
ganism, arc strengthened. These are the
effects of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a med
icine whose reputation is founded firmly in
public confidence, and which physicians com
mend for its tonic, anti-bilious and other
properties. It is used with the best results
Drain Item 3.
Well here it is ill your own language in your of the plaintiff herein amounting to Fourteen lever and ague, rhcu ma tism, kidney and
letter of The RevieW June loth, "I under- Thousand and Eighty dollars and Ninety Two ulerl,ne weakness, and other maladies.
G. W. Dimmick of Elkton is
A new lot of choice perfumes at
S. A. Miller of Astoria was in town
Ellis Blackwell of Gardiner was m town
C. F. Iloltzof Oakland paid Drain a visit
this week. 1
G. W. Merrill wool buyer for a portland
firm is here.
i R. A. Booth will deliver the oration at
Snowdcn on the 4th.
Liss Minnie Coats ot ten .Mile is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Cheshire.
i Mis? Etta Seymore of Comstock is the
guest of Miss Anna Drain.
! Mrs. Edith Earle (nee Edith Palmer,) of
Latham is visiting friends in town.
Mrs. Hancock of Elkton was the guest of
Mrs. A. W. Hart durinr? the week.
I Miss Libbie Towell of Cottage Grove came
up to assist in the graduating exercises.
Mrs. u. v. t-stes of Roseburg is visiting
her mother, Mrs, Jackson ol this place.
Mr. Henry Taylor and bride (nee Belle
Powell) leave for Eugene Monday night.
The Misses Mollie McAllister and May
Boots paid a flying visit to Elkton last week
Frof. and Mrs. F. W. Benson leave Sun
day night for a summer's sojourn in California
Samuel Hogue and daughter, Mrs. Tully,
whose husband was a victim f the recent dis
aster at Nanaimo, B. C, passed through town
recently en route to Coos boy.
j The number of pupils in attendance at the
Normal school during the past year is esti
mated at i76the largest number yet enrolled,
The previous year undei the successful man
agement 01 1'rof. F. Yv . Benson is the most
prosperous known in the history of our school,
nd our gentlemanly professor deserves tin
limited praise for his good works.
take to say that it did not cost the missionary
treasury $100. 00. Furthermore no member
of that board received one cent from the
treasury, except the ministers in charge of
regular work under the auspices of the mis
sionary board." Now I leave the inference
to any fairminded reader, if he would not come
to the conclusion that $100. CO or thereabouts
were not spent by the board for expenses on
reading your letter. You know "we did not"
receive one cent. Why did you mislead us
then in your former communication? Mv
Bro. this dodging around smacks of dissimu
lation, which we told Bro. Craig was an "ug-
ly thing in a christian minister." You all
have told so many tales about the matter that
we are becoming confused. You say again
that our advice got you into trouble, you en
tirely mistake, if you had followed our advice
and had let the college remain where you, and
all had honestly put it, where it belonged, in
the hands of the state, and had not crawfished
as the records will soon show, then you would
have hail no trouble. our trouble comes
because you did not follow our advice.
A CM BO OF TtlAXKS.
cents in pursuance thereof I have levied up
on and will on
THURSDAY the 30th DAY of JUNE 1887
between the hours of 9 o clock a. m. and 4
o'clock p. m. to-wit at 2 o'clock p. m. of
said day sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash in hand at the court house
door in Roseburg Douglas county Oregon all
the right title and interest the said defendants
has in and to the tollowing described mort
gaged land and premises situated in Douglas j m
county Oregon to-wit; an undivided one half a? ,
Cure tor riles.
Piles are frequently precededby a senas
of weight in the back, loins and lower part
of the abdomen, causing the patient to sup
pose he has affection of the kidneys or neigh
boring organs. At times, symptoms of in
digestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
of the stomach, etc. A moisture, like pers
piration, producing a very disagreeable itch
ing, after getting warm, is a common attend-
Bund, Bleeding and Itching Piles
interest in all that portion of the N W of
the N W the S y2 of the N YV and the
S W and tho W of the S E of Section
No 4 in Tp 33 south of range 6 est lying
south of the line of the track of the Oregon
and California railroad company containing
330 acres more or less, also the W j of the
w L 01 section 31 in ip 32 soutn 01 range
6 West containing 105.94 acres the E A of
the S W and b h. of Section 31 the N
yt of the S W and 5 IS of S W of
Section No 32 south of range 6 W containing
160 acres, also the s W ol the b W l the
N E '4 of the S W the S W of the N E
X and East half of the N E of Section 3
the West half of the W of Section 10 in Tp
33 south of range 6 West containing 361.21
acres, also the N W the W 'A of the N E
yield at once to the application of Dr.
Eosanco's Pile remedy, which acts directly
upon the parts effected, absorbing the tu.
mors, allaying the intense itching, and ef
fecting a permanent enre. Price 50 cent.
Address, Ihe Dr. Bosanoo Medicine Co..
Piqua, O. Soli by Dr. S. Hamilton.
Aettee, Pushing and Reliable.
Marstcrs & Co. can always be relied upon
to carry in stock to the purest and best Roods,
and sustain the reputation of being active,
pushing and reliable, by recommending ar
ticles with well established merit and such as
are popular. Having the agency for the cel-
The ladies Aid of the Methodist church of
Roseburg takes this method to express their
thanks to the young ladies whose liligence
on Tuesday evening last at the ice cream fes
tival and to those who gave us their patronage
which made it an occasion of social friendship
and financial success.
Mrs. M. Stanton, Mrs. E. Miller,
euiatcu nr. rang s iew discovery lor con-
the East half of the S W and W of sumption, colds and conghs, will sell it on a
surely cure any -
lungs, or chest,
N y2 of S E of Section $ in Tp 33 south of and in 0T(kr t0 Prove our claim e ak y" to
range o vtesi containing 100 acres, also lot 1 -uii miu iiiui uumc r ree.
4 " z r 1 -""t" '1 -
S E of Section 2 in Tp 33 south of range positive guarantee. It will s
?f lh.e N. M. th5 L. f S W X ?"d j
Oakland Oregon June 22, 1SS7 .
The Fair Oaks base ball club will play
j any club in the county from $1 .00 up at Rose
burg, July 4th, 1SS7. Come to the center ye
gallant base ball players.
Jr. : 11 11 n's Improved Liter Pill.
Removes constipation, prevents malaria
cures dyspepsia, and gives new life to the sys
tem, Only one lor a dose, rree samples at
W. S. Hamilton's.
No 1 of Section 8 and lots 3 and 4 and the
S W M of the N W H of Section o in Tp
south of range 6 West containing 160.71 acres
also lots 1 and 2 and S '4 ol N E , of Sec
tion 5 in Tp 33 south of range 6 West con
taining 160.01; acres, also the N lA of S E xl
the S E of N W and the X E of the
S 51 ol section o in! p 33 south of range
6 West containing 160 acres, also all that
portion of the N W ol the r W of
Section 4 in Tp 33 south or range 6 West
lying north of the track of the Oregon & Cali
fornia R. R. Co. containing 30 acres more or
less and also all that part of the N E ll of
the N W of Section 4 in Tp 33 south of
range 6 est Willamette Meridian lying and
being south of the line of the track of the Ore
gon and Lauiornia railroad company all
said land and premises are situated in Doug
las county Oregon and m all containing Two
Thousand Three Hundred and Forty acres
more or less and embrace their interest in the
heretofore named town property at the town
of Julia sometimes called Glendale and also
the saw mill situated at that place.
, Witness my hand this f B. C. Agee,
27 day oi May, 188 sheriff,'
W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and Relai
Druggists of Rome, Ga. say: We have been
selling Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric
Bitters and Bucklen's Arnica Salve for two
years. Have never handled remidies that sell
as well, or give such universal satisfaction.
There have been some wonderful cures
effected by these medicines in this city. Sev
eral cases of pronounced Consumption heve
leen entirely cured by use of a few bottles of
Dr. King's New Discovery, taken in connec
tion wnn iiectric liitters. We guarantee
them always. Sold by Marsters & Co.
Xout Has Faith.
I had been troubled all winter with cold and
pain in the chest and got no relief from reme
dies reccommended by druggists and physicians.
ai 1 ue same time 1 w as advertising Dr. Bo
sanko's Cough and Lung Syrup. I had little
faith, but thought to try 'it as a last resort,
now I believe even mori than they tell me of
its curative qualities. From The News,
Elizabethtown, Ky. Sample bottle $ cent
at W. S. Hamilton