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THURSDAY, SEPT. 19,1889.
BaItist Sunday school at the Baptist church
every Sunday jnurnlnjr at 9:15. A cordial invtuttion
extended to everybody. J. w. JJiu.ta, Snit.
Pmmttkriax Bandar ehwjl at the Preabyicrian
church every Sunday at 12 o'clock. A cordial invi
tation extended to all to sttenl. O. (i addia, Suiit.
Auction Sale. On S.v.i;
2 1st, at Marks' stable, at I f. :
colt and riding pony, -a
harness reaver, new stove ar
: by, Sei-tetiibt-r
of Tour hnise-s,
agon, n hack,
1 other effects.
Term cash, also for private sale.
Farmers Attention; I). S. West is"
now canvassing the county in the interest of
the Vancouver Nuraery and villi take orders
for all varieties of Fruit Trees, fie will also
replace according to agreement all trees fron
said nurseiy sold last year, which have died.
The trees from this Nursery are warranted
true to name and as represented.
The "Cosmopolitan." The "Cosmo
politan Hotel now under the management oi
J. J. Fleit ts made first-class in every respect.
Mrs. Cot will have charge of the culinary
department and this means a palatable meal.
Clean beds, wholesome meals and gentlemanly
attention will make the Cosmopolitan the lead
ing hotel in the City.
- Cheap Accommodations for Students.
Board can 1 had with families in Roseburg
for $j per week rooms furnished. Tho-e
desiring t board in clubs can 1 accom
modated at $1.50 per week. Houses to rent
ran lie found if application is made in time.
Roseburg possesses educational, social and
1i11anoi.1l facilities unequalcd by any other city
in Southern Oregon. :
The-Water Works. The work of ex:
eavating ir- finUhvd on the roscrx-oirs ol the
new city water works, and cementing has
been commenced. Pipe lias l.etn strung
from Rosi Hooks' mill In Moshir street
nnd p that street almost t. the reservoirs.
Mr. O'Comu-r, of the tirm of l'.ant.-ll & Co.
Portland, will be here in a few days to super
intend laying the pipes. Roseburg v. ill
soon have a plentiful supply ol water.
IJfARTEKt.v Meetinc The Ouartcr'y
meeting held aL,Ten Mile, last Saturday ar.d
Sunday was cnwyahlc, .profitable, and in-
icrestmg. Rev. S. P. Wilson i'. 1., I
Eugene district was on hand, preached Siinl
day, llo'elock from 2 Cor. 4: lS. 'Tori
wo look not on the things that are seen.'' j
The house vats fd'.'-d to overflowing and the
Elder known and esteemed as a representa
tive man, aliened the gate, lifted the ved
and gave us a view of the eternal. Many
took diur.er on the church grounds. The
afternoon preaching service was largely at
t .-nd and immediately after preaching the
people lep-.ired to Ten Mile creek and 19
were bapiiied. The Presiding Elder and
Pastor officiating. One accession to the
church, it was a qiand day for Ten Mile.
W. E. Moore.
A NEW Firm. Messrs. II. S. French and
Alva Laraut have formed a co partnership and
opened a first class harness shop on Oak
street below Abrahams store. This location
is only temporary however, and as soon as
the building is completed they will move
their business permanently into cne of Sheri.
dan Bros.' new brick stores. These gentle
men have employed Mr. Wilson, an ex
perienced, harness maker, and will make re
pairing a specialty. They have also a large
and complete stock of harness, saddles, whips,
etc., and heve marked prices right down to
bedrock. The public are respectfully invited
to call and examine their stock. Messrs.
Fiench & Laraut will no doubt do a large
business. See their advertisement under
New to day."
Will Sell Their Lands. The com
mission, consisting of General lien Simpson,
Hon. N. B. Humphrey and Hon. J. 11.
-J-lffiIU, Willi their ele.ik,-M.r. M. L. Monueth,
who left in August to treat wilh the Cieur d'
Alene Indians for the purchase of mineral
and timlier lands and navigable waters con
fined within their reservation, returned to
Portland Thursday evening; having satis-
factonly succeeded in the object of their j
mission." The land bargained for is prin
cioallv mineral and will make a fine addition
to the Cteur d'Alenc mining district. There, !
are already 140 mining claims marked out on',
it. There is some agricultural land at the!
northwest comer, but not of any great ex-ij
tent. In the Fourtti of July canyon andjj
near there Is some very fine timber land !
covered with splendid cedar, tamarack and !
sugar pine. The commission will be occu
pied for a few days longer in making their ,
report which will be taken tn Washington by1
General Simpson. I
Roiiiir.li 11 v A Girl. Last week a man
and his family traveling in a covered wagon,
camped at Mr, Thomas Condon's place at
Cold eieek. The weather was .stormy, and
Tom invilc-l them to sleep in the house. The
daughter, aged alxwt seventeen, askeil per
mission to comb her hair and primp up a
little, which was, of course, granted. The
next day Tom bad occasion to use some silver
and went into the bedroom alter his purse,
which had lieen lying on the bureau. He
didn't find it at once, but alter a careful
search discovered i' , empty, under the bureau.
Mrs. Condon, at the same time, in assisting
him, discovered that she had lust a diamond
pin, a gold pencil and various other light arti
cles. Condon very naturally connected Ike
disappearance of the articles with his late
visitors, and, mounting his horse, followed
them. He made the cirl get out of the wagon,
and began to search her, soon finding the
monev (about $So) and the pencil 'n her
stocking; the pin he found in the top of her
shoe, a baby's cap was hidden in her bosom,
and was gently renjpved, and sever.d yards of
lace and other icta-s were Mound in her bustle.
After concludiug his search of the giri s
clothing 'he examined the contents of the
wagon, and was rewarded by finding a whip,
dindle, curry combs and numerous other ani
cles which the old man had pulled from the
bain while his buxom daughter was working
the houss. Pendleton Tribune.
The "Union" Party. The conference;
of the different parties and societies of a re
form tendemy was hetd in Salem last Mon
day. Its object was to harmonize the differ
ent parlies and unite them all in one organiia
tion. Dr. J. 1".. Ilendrix was made chairman,
and f. M. Payne and J. P. Shepard, secre
taries. The platform adopted after much dis
cussion contains a preamble and eight planks,
rmlxklying the following declarations:
Alarmed by the aggressiveness of giant trusts,
monopolies ami the liquor traffic, working for
the pauperization and degradation of the pro
ducing masses, they propose to have all class
legislation in the interests ol capitalists re
pealed; that the eovernment should prohibit
the liquor traffic; should issue money in nec
essary quantity without intervention of banks;
shculd regulate corporations and prevent un
just exactions and discriminations; should re
ftore to the public domain all unearned land
firant", to 1 reserved for actual settlers, pre
vent corporations Irom holding .and and aliens
from acquiring it; sh-xi require ten years'
residence and'a knowledge of our institutions
as condition of citizenship, character and in
tell:gence should be the qualifications of voteis;
should declare trusts conspiracies and runish
them accordingly: should provide for arbitra
tion to prevent strikes, protect employes, pro
" vide equal pay for equal work for both sexes
and foster labor, agricultural and co operative
associations and should not permit the issu
ance of non-taxable lionds. The "Union"
' party will be the name of the new party and
Dr. J. F. Hendrix is chairman of the state
central committee. -
LOCAL BJtB TXT J E3.
Waite'p meat nnrket.
. Iking in your job wr.r!:.
The State fair opened Monday.
J. ikuVk the Reliable lewcier.
New watches and icvvelrv at Tritcliard's.
Job work a specialty nt The Review
Vresh oysters nt Farqu.ir's Park Saturday
The hop rairket is repmt'-d as very quiet
at present. -. -
Cigars, toliacoo, candies and notions at the
A good fresh mil :h cow wanted. Inquire
at this office.
New sidewalks and new crosswalks is the
order of the day.
Hope deferred makelh the lieart
sick. Simon Caro.
A new stock of watches and jewelry just
received at Pritchard's.
Nice cottage to rent near the depot, by the
Hendricks-Review Real Estale Co.
The Cosmopolotan hotel is now itinning a
bus to all night trains, (let alxwird.
Services in the Episcopal church in this city
next Sabl-ath, morning and evening.
lo you expect to find lower prices in Hard
ware than at Jaskulck's? Well, you wont.
Impossible lor any one toscll watches cheap
er than J. T. Bryan at Langcnberg's brick.
The Douglas county fair will meet on the
2nd of Oetoler, 1SS9. Kemember this date.
The Cosmopolitan Hotel for best meals'nnd
best rooms at 25 cents. Strictly all white
5 The "Perfection" hammock at J. Jasku
lek The lst hammock in the market.
Fresh meats, corned and smoked meats,
hams, bacon, lard, shoulders, etc.. at, Waite
The depot restaurant will hereafter keep
fresh eastern oysters constantly on hand.
Served at all hours.
Messrs. Diliard & Dowden are now in
chirge of the market formerly conducted by
V. It. Ilobrer & Co.
Jin n"t forget to brijyonr job work annind
to The Urview oi'iicev The - finest, neatest
work at the lowest rates.
Simply perfect, perfectly simple, the light
running New Home sewing machine. Ii is
the best. For sale by J. Jaskulek.
Hams, Shoulders, Side meat. No. 1 quality,
also old and new potatoesconstantly on hand.
( II. Eastox.
We acknowledge receipt of complimentary
tickets to the North Pacific Industrial fair
which opens in Portland, September 26, 1SS9.
;. M. Miller, of the Pacific Express, seems
to be a success at writing up a town. Cottage
Grove is the litest one to get a Ivin-culamn
Read he state and general news published
on the outside pages of to-day's Review.
All the nfws of the d;y is given there in a
Season tickets have licen reduced to $1.50
by the directors of the Southern Oregon
District Fair to be held at Central Point,
commencing September 23.
Fr.mk Bell, a dissolute painter of Salem,
committed suicide by shooting himself through
the head .111 that city last Saturday evening.
Jealousy prompted the deed.
W. G. Woodward has his own tombstone
carved out of Douglas county marble, ami is
still prepared to sell everything in the har
ncs line cheaper than the cheapest.
J. J. Flett is having the Cosmopolitan
hotel re papered and renovated throughout .
He is a success as a landlord. Give the Cos
mopolitan a call. No Chinese employed.
The city is having a number ( new cross
walks put down in various pirts of the city.
This shows that our city board are anxious
to keep peace wilh the march of improvement.
The Aquarium car with
its collection of
nalmal curiosities and stuffed whale,
hibiied in Rosuburc , J'tiday, and
visited bv a 1 irrie number of people. It
wen worth seeing.
Dn the outside of this issue of The Review
r the rci.uar ic(ter of our Washington
cone-.ponuent. It is iirini-lull ot news notes
and political gossip anil is very interesting.
Io not fail to read it."
David McXally, a day laborer, recently
from California was after the usual medii-.l
examination declared insane last Thurida;.
and taken to the tasy!um that niht. The
catfse was alcoholism.
The state fair is now in session at Salem,
and the attendance promises to he very large
before the closing day. The exhibit is cood,
and the races .uncommonly well contested.
A full report next week.
Dr. J. W. Shangle writes to The Review
that he was called to Ft. Worth, Texas to
attend. the bedside of his father who was
dying. AmTthat he will shortly return to
Koseburg to resume his practice.
The Oregonian came out Monday'niorning
wilh a large" manufacturing edition, and a
handsome lithographed supplement wilh pict
ures of the manufactories of Portland and
Oregon City. It is an interesting number;
A musicstorc will be opened in Roseburg
as soon as a suitable room can lie secured.
Organs now for sale at the photogiaph gallery.
j Call and see them
Repairing and cleaning a
II. A. Ei.WEl.1..
J Parlies wishing to make payment to us
! will find their notes at IJoiigfas county bank,
t When deeds are wanted apply to Lane &
Brook & Bki.df.n,
O. address, Spokane Falls, W. T.
Rev. II. B. Johnson will preach at the
Boggess school house on the fourth Sunday ol
this month at II A. M. On the fifth Sunday
at the Giuney school house at Sugar Pine at
:VII A. M. All are cordially invited to at
The educational column, edited by Prof.
J. B. Horner, is an especially interesting
feature of The Review, and should be
closely watched by all interested in public
school work. It will appear regularly each
The Grants Pass Courier has put in. a new
power press, moved into a bow brick building
and enlarged fiom a seven to an eight column
paper all m one week . Brother Curry seems
to be pushing things anil his enterprise deserves
The use of calomel for derangements ol the
liver has rained many a fine constitution.
Those who, for similar troubles, have tried
Ayer's Pills testify to their efficacy in thorough
ly remedying the malady, without injury to
Strong & Alexander will give Great Bar
gains in Furniture for the next week, as they
will move their stock into the hardware
brick adjoining Sheridan's.. Give them a
call and take, advantage of their special re
moval sale. ! v .
It is astonishing how rapidly the feeble and
debilitated gain strength and vigor when tak
ing Ayer's Sarsaparilla. For what are called
"broken-down constitutions," nothing else has
prcved so effective as thh powerful but p;r
feclly safe medicine.
Eight hundred acres of land, the'finest bar
gain erer offered on good easy terms is a spec
ial bargain offered this week by S. 15. Hen
dricks. If you want a fine farm or a safe in
vestment which will realixe you a handsome
profit call and see this great bargain. '
Two acres in Coquille city. Containing
nice cottage ol four rooms, small barn etc.
1 One acre of which is in orchard, apples, pears,
! prunes, peaches and bonus. , Will either tell
or trade for property in or near Boseburg,
! also futures in hotel. Hendricks-REVIEW
Real V.KiM:- C".
1 ha Corvallla Baptist Association oi Oregon
i n iw holdin; an interesting session in this
! city, having convened yesterday morning.
Business meetings during the day and inter
esting services each evening this week. We
will "give full report next week.
A communication from county physician
Sharubrook concerning the commitment of an
aged woman to the asylum by Salem physi
cian, after lieing pronounced cane by Douglas
rouniy physicians, through inadvertance was
not in type in time for this issue.
Waits Bros, are already doing a rushing
business at their meat market which they
supply from the stock on their own ranch,
and .thua furnish the public with only the
best quality ol meats. Their slaughter house
is at the ranch and stock is not killed while
heated from being diiven.
Do not (ail to read the clubbing offers
published regularly in Thi' Review. All
the leading newspapers and magazines of the
country may be secured at a big reduction
by subscribing for The Review. The
offers are permanent and can be taken ad
vantage of at any time.
Go to Page & Dimmick's, Oakland, and
see their new stock of jewelry, clocks and
watches, at bedrock prices. They have ar
rangements with one oi the best watchmakers
in the state whereby they can have watches
repaired promptly and at reasonable pnecs.
Leave your work with them.
Rev. J. R. N. Bell will preach at Myrtle
Creek the 5m Sunday in this month instead
of the 1st Sunday in October, inasmuch as
the Southern Oregon Presbytery will convene
October 4th in Koseburg, continuing over
Sunday. Also he will preach at Riddle on
the 4th Sunday in Septemler.
Dr. S. Hamilton is preparing to have an
eight foot concrete walk laid from Joseph
son's corner to Barker's grocery store a dis
tance of ono hundred feet. This will be one
of the most substantial improvements made
on Jackson street during the year, and will
add much to the appearance of that part of
our principal business street.
Several interesting communications from
different parts of the county are crwded out 1
this week. We wf!l smn be ;cu.n J .0 puL
lish all the news our eurresondciits can send
us, so do not get discouraged if your items are
delayed a week, but let us have a little core
time to increase our space for local matter.
A. E. McGee, who lately returned from a
visit to the East, has decided to become a
resident of Douglas county once more, having
purchased the farm ol Wm. Rose in Look
ing Glass valley. It is a fine farm and Mr.
McGee is fortunate to secure it. The Hen-dricks-Review
real-estate agency made the
A. Salzinan, who has spent his time in the
East to good advantage in perfecting his
trade of watchmaker, is now in charge, of
that department in J. Jaskulek's jewelery
store. Mr. Salzman is skilled workman
and brought with him several pieces of fine
improved machinery used only in first class
Mr. F. J. Smith, Editor of the Ft, Aber
crombie, Dakota. Herald, says: "The most
wonderful medicine. I have ever met with, is
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. In case of colic it gives speedy
relief. On hunting trips I have found it in
dispensable. Put in alkali "water, it imparts a
pleasant taste and prevents the painful diar
rhoea, which alkali water produces.' I could
not feel safe without it in my house." 35 and
50 cent bottles for sale by A. C. Marsters &
The only jEh-v.'r of Life" for all the ills
that flesh is heir to tics in the ability to suc
cessfully treat them. A life time devoted to
the study of the causes and, cures of womb
trouble and femate weaknesses, warrants a
permanent cure in nearly every case at home.
Many derangements and complications of the
svstem arise from womb troubles, when the
sufferer does not know what the tronble really
1 Is. AH correspondence strictly confidential.
Medicines packed and sent with specific di
rcctions for use. Address: A. L. COLE,
M. D-, Specialist," 162 First St. Portland,
OI.YMPIA S. MURRAY, M. D.t Fe
male Specialist. Has practiced on the
Pacific Coast for the past twenty-five years.
A life time devoted to the study of female
triMil.Ifs, their tauses and cures J' have
i'i ii amis of testimonials of permanent cures
fr.iin the best people on this coast. A
;;sitive guarantee to permanetly cure any
- e '.f female weakness, no matter how long
s! nding or what the stage may be. Charges
re.vionable and within the reach of all. For
the lcnefit of the very poor of my sex
who are suffering from any of the great
multitude of ailments that follow in the
train ot that terriblf disease known as female
weakness, and who are not able to pay for
treatment, I will treat free of charge. Con
sultation by mail, free. All correspondence
strictly confidential. Medicines packed,
boxed and sent by express with charges pre
paidfor "home" treatment, with specific
direction for use. If you are suffering from
any female trouble, periodically or constantly.
OLYMPIA S. MURRAY, M. I).,
East Portland, Oregon.
We need an Oregon mist to lay the dust.
Misses Emma and Katie Farnsworth are
visiting relatives in Oakland this week.
W. M. Johnson left lor Tennessee on the
15th, he wjli return this fall with his parents.
G. W. Gorrell will move to Eugene in a
few days where he expects to reside for a
while to educate his children. We are sorry
to lose htm.
James Ellison, of Calapooia. purchased of
Farnsworth Bros, in Happy valley 40 head of
fat hogs averaging in weight three-hundred
nd ten pouiulr. r
Rev. Smith, our circuit rider, preached an
interesting sermon at the Day school house
on the IS. Helen an appointment for ihe
third Sunday in next month.
W. P. Nichols who arrived here a few
weeks ago for his health, is so well pleased
wilh our climate, that he will start for
Kansas city Mo. j on the JO, to bring his
4, family out here.
G. W. Stephens received an order from
Washington territory for 1 00 barrels of
apples at $1 .25 per bushel, that beats prunes.
Farmers should not neglect their apple
orchards for smaller fruits,
Ouile a number of our people attended the
picnic in Coles valley Irom here. All were
well pleased . We think ol having one in a
short time, if Pro. Bell will come down and
talk to us.
Lee and Jas. Cook have rented two acres
ot fine land from Charles La mint in Garden
Bottom, which, they expect to plant in sweet
potatoes next season. They have engaged
seed of X. T.Day, and G. V. Gorrell,
raised here on Calapooia. ' -
In the combination, propertion, and prepara
tion of its ingredients, Hood's Sarsaparilla
accomplishes cures where other preparations
entiiely fail. Peculiar in its good name at
home, which is a "tower of strength abroad,"
peculiar in the phenomenal sales it has attained
Hood's Sarsaparilla b the most successful
medicine for purifying the blood, giving
strength, and creating an appetite.
Hon. Geo. W. Riddle is in the city to dayl
. . r n -ii : . : :ii N
jar, ar. ix . 1 . ounwu a ruj acituus.j
Ed Ruckles was in from Oak Grove yester
Miss Anna Mosher has returned from Curry
James Chenoweth came over from Oakland
to day. '
Mrs. T. Ford is visiting friends in fialem
Mrs. II. T. McClallen has return! from
Mrs F. W. Benson is visiting relative in
II. B. Reed, the patent fence man, was in
the city this week.
J. T. Cooper, of Wilbnr, made The Re
view a business call Monday.
Miss Esther Owens has been added to The
Review's force of compositors.
Mrs. B -S. Fague is visiting in the city,
the guest ol Mis. L. F. Mosher.
Dr. P. M. Brower left for a week's visit to
Coquill City Wednesday morning.
B, F. Dorris, city recorder and real estate
agent of Eugene, is in Roseburg to day.
Mists Lillie Moore has returned from an
extended visit with relatives in Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Good, of Cleveland
looked through The Review office Monday.
John Miller his so far recovered from his
latt illness as to be able to attend to busi
ness. Sargeant B. S. Fague, of the U. S. Signal
Station at Portland, was in the city last
J. NT Davis, who has taught school in this
county for some time, is now teaching near
Lieutenant Alfred M,Fufler, of Vancouver
Barracks, spent a few days in Roseburg and
vicinity this week.
F. W. Chausse, editor of the Cottage
Grove Leader, made.Tiis Review office a
pleasant call last week.
C. A. Sch'.hrede went down to Salem
yesterday morning on basinew and will at
tend the State fair al.o.
T. G. Owen, Wm. Palmer and John
Josephwr., of Murhiield, were Koseburg
this week on land ufiice bu-iness.
J. V. Thomison, of Oak Creek, was m the
yesteiday, making final proof on bis
homestead before the U. S. land .fiice.
Mrs. Albert Cioxton, who has been visit
ing relatives ami frjepiU in this county, left
for her home in Spokane Y a'ls last week.
S. B. I lend nek , manager of the Hendricks
Review real estate agency, made a business
trip to the northern part of the county Mon
Lee Bell and Miss Ora Bell, who have long
been connected with The Review typo
graphical force, have resigned their cases and
will shortly enter school.
A. W. Strange, of Hilgard Oregon, who
has been visiting his parents at Wilbur,
called at'THE Review office this moming.
He will leave for home to night.
Mrs. E. Wimberly was called to Portland
Sunday night by telegram announcing the
serious illness of her son, Ira. We regret
to learn that he is yet but tittle improved.
B. F. Ramp went down to Salem Friday
night to attend the Union party conference
as delegate from Douglas county. He will
take in a lew days of the state fair More
Dr. II. J. Boughton, a well known and
highly successful physician ot Oakland, Cal.,
will arrive in Roseburg in a few days to
locate permanently for the practice ol his
Schiller Hermann left last week for Lexing
ton, Va., where he is a student of the Wash
ington Lee university.. Schiller is a good
student, and will well maintain Oregon's
honor at this famous institution.
Ex. Gov. S. F. Chadwick spent Friday in
Roseburr;. He promised to give ,lhe readers
of The Review some interesting facts about
the old 4th of July banner recently presented
to this office by Mr. Ed Sheridan.
J. E. Wilson, formerly of Oakland, but
now of Centralia, Washington, made The
Review a business call yesterday. He in
tends to reside permanently in Centralia and
returned only to look after his real estate in
Harry McClallen returned last Friday from
The Dalles where he has been for several
montns. He says that Eastern Oregon is
very dry, and that crops were very light.
Harry is glad to get back again, and his friends
are glad to see him.
The M. E. Church South Conference
came to a close Sunday evening, after five
(lays of hard labor. We had hoed to give
the proceedings in fuil, but owing to a mis
understanding the secretary departed early
Monday morniug carrying wilh him his
book of proceedings. We were fortunate
enough however to catch a list of appoint
" J. W. Craig, Presiding Elder; Albany
Station, I). H. Cowan; Corvallis Station, D.
Atkins; Independence Circuit, E. Wrood;
Dallas Circuit, J. Kelsay; Lafayette Circuit,
P. A. Moses; Tillamook Circuit. D. M.
Conway; Oregon City, Circuit, R. C, Mar
tin; Tangent Station W. H. Howard; Browi.s
ville Circuit, W. L. Molloy; Junction
City Circuit, D. C. McFarland; Roseburg
and Oakland Circuit, W. B. Smith; Myrtle
Creek Circuit, T. P. Haynes; Grants Pass
"Station, E. E. Phipps; Applegate Circuit
H. B. Swafford; Jacksonville Cncuit, R. C.
Oglesby; Coquille Circuit, C. Derrick; Co
quille Station, G. S. Hanleiter. Lebanon
Circuit to be supplied. D. Atkins, presi
dent Corvallis college, juinkvule Mission,
J. W. Bryanf
E. G. Micael, Presiding Elder; Western
Circuit, B. F. King; Wallace Milton, to be
supplied; Dayton, to be supplied; Grande
Ronde, supplied by II . f. Dennis; Summer
ville., R. R. Crego; Powder River, D. W-.
Yoakum; Heppner Circuit, F. C Atkms;
Pendleton Station, M. V: Howard, ' Q
I Compton, Presiding Elder; Spokane
Falls, R. B. Swift; Big Bend, R. A. Brass-
field; Oakdale, A. Y. Skee, Potlach, to be
supplied; Palonse, J. W. Shreve. Observer.
The Wonderful lira ting propertirt of
Darbpe Prophnlartif Fluid in rat
of AeeUlenU, for Burnm, Cult,
Its prompt use will invariably relieve pain,
promote healing ami prevent Erys'P125"
Gangrene, or Proud Flesh. Owing to the
cleansing and purifying qualities of the Fluid
the most obstinate Ulcers, Boils, Carbuncles,
and Running Sores are rendered pure and
healthy andspeepily cured, no other applica
tion leing necessary.
It has been demonstrated beyond cavil (hat
the Insurance companies which go through
fire and live are bona fide and reliable. The
Farmers and Mechanics F'ire Insurance Com
pany at Albany, Oregon, has just passed
through four heavy fires with considerable
loss, and have paid every dollar promptly,
The last loss of $9,000 at Spokar e Falls was
paid within five days ol the fire. The Com
pany had every dollar in money in the tank
with which to pay these losses, and hence
there was no delay. This Company only in
aires what it can pay and no more, therefore
the Faroes and Mechanics Fire Insurance
Company cannot burn out. Moral: Insure
when you are certain of your fulWpay without
The Oregon Exhibit at JW I, rati km
Croimitift Snecett.Caitt. Cook anil
i'oiMtMUMder MeElroy" Uome.
' Oregon, the promised land! Tab sentence
will be uttered by thousands and thousands of
people who attended the G. A. R. Encamp
ment at Milwaukee.
Commander McElroy accompanied by his
wife and son and Mr. and Mrs. B S. Cook,
returned hume la evening fron. Milwaukee,
and when seen this morning were looking in
the best of spirits, and have y? the "hand
shaking" down so fine that they can outdo the
president. . -
The .Orccon - exhibit was the crowning
ten ; lire of the whole encampment. The "gen
tlemen having the thing in charge understood
what they ere doing, and their efforts were
well rewarded. During the week they were
there it is estimated that over 30,000 people
visited ihe headquarters of this wonderfurshow
and were completely carried away by the won
derful display. ' Thousands of people have
lasted ol Oregon fruit and have samples of
Oregon grain that never would have h.-ppened
only for this tiip.
The Oregon delegation for three days pa
raded the principal streets of Milwaukee
headed by a fine band. The delegation
followed the band in cabs loaded with fruit
which was scattered among the surging crowd
of people on either side of the street, who
scrambled to secure a prune, peach or pear
from Oregon as if it were worth its weight in
gold . In each of the cabs was a good speaker
who addressed the ciowded streets telling of
the display 011 exhibition at the headquarters
and also other matters relating to Oregon.
The whole thing was a pcifecl success. Texas
and Wisconsin had a display on each side of
the Oregon lieadquarters but as both showed
up so badly to the side of the Oregon exhibit j
they, as the sayg goes "shut up shop," and ;
drowned their sorrows by mingling with the '
The Oregon exhibit will remain where it is
under the charge of G.- W. Mitchell, of Yam-
hill, until Oct. 5th, when it will be removed '
to the reading room of the Board of Trade at
Chicago, where it will remain.
This is the first time that any exhibit of any
description has been allowed in this room but
as the board was so completely surprised at
the mngniiicencc of the display they cheer
fully consented to allow it th space men
tioned. The word "Oregon"' was in the mouth of
every visitor at the encampment and it was
the best advertisement the state ever had.
I ii,- ri!irt-in of that city did everything in
their power to make everything comfortable
for the visitors and no cut throat prices were
demanded. Mr. CoU and Mr. McElroy
are loud in their praise of the treatment re
ceived. Salem Journal.
riKll E IT IS.
The fi tt copy of the illustrated weekly of
the Pacific Coast has reached our table, and
we must say that it surpasses all our ex
pectations. No pictorial journal in the
world is superior to this elegant number of
the West Shore, and the thought that it L
to be a weekly visitor is a very pleasant
one. The number before us r .r.t,;,
graphic sketch, in color;, entitled ' Running i
a Gauntlet of Fire in the' Cascades," and is
a very striking and artidic picture of a rail
way train dashing riirougtt a forest fir
j There are a number of other illustrations and
illustrated articles, but by far the finest pic.
lure we have seen ia any journal b the
beautiful engraving which occupies two
pages fn the centre of the number, with '
thelilleof "Last Day of the Season." In'
Its drawing, grouping and coloring it is
simply superb. II this is what the West
Shore is going to give us, and we are
promised such a treat every week, we will al
ways look forward to its coming with pleas
ant satisfaction. Such an elegant ind artis
tic journal as this will be in g:cat demand
everywhere, especially with thi r-e who feel an
interest in the grand scenery ot the West and
the graphic sketches of Pacific Coasi inci
dents it will contain. F01 sale at nil news
stands at 10 cents a copy. $t.coa year.
L. SAMUEL, publisher, Portland, Or.gon.
n iti.ic school u- nosiivjtfi.
Mrs. S. C. Flint has polished the piano
Miss '1 (attic Teney, of Winchester, was
registered with the Fifth Grade last Monday.
Georgia, Lulu, aud Vernon Palters in re
cently from Rochester Minnesota arc at
Among the visitors during the past week
were Mr. Read, ol French Settlement, Mrs.
B. S, Pague, of Portland, and Mrs. L. F.
Mosher of this city. . -
Two of the dircctois and tlio clerk were
once teachers; theother member of the board
while not a teacher, ha had the advani.-ges
of a finished education.
The : tnii 1 ri,..:i;,u.
On the 26th of September, the greatest ex
position ever held on the Pacific oast will be
opened in I ortland, and wi'l continue for a
full month. The Association has expended
$250,000 on the building and grounds, and
every available inch of t:ie six an 1 one half
acres of floor spr.ee in the mammoth building
has been taker by exhibitors. Libernti, the
greatest living curni-tUt, with a band nf fifty
of the best musician of New York, will fur
nish, the fm&st nvtiMcjtt heard on the coast.
A reduction of "railroad fares on all lines has
been secure.!, and no doubt thousands of
people from all over the Northwest will take
this opportuuily to visit Portland and fee its
mammoth exposition. The great livestock
show, which will Ijc held from October 14th to
19th, will also attract a preat many people.
ITS KXVKt.LKXT ) VA 1.1T1 ES.
Commend to public approval the Cali
fornia liquid fruit remedy . Syrup of Figs.
It is pleasing to the eye, and to the taste
and by gently acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, it cleanses the system
effectually, thereby prnm.-tmg the health
aud cnmfoit of all who use it.
The State Weather v rf.au. The
Oregon Stale Wcathtr Repot t f..r the month
of July, issued by Sirgeant B. S. Pague,
Assistant Director, contains much useful and
interesting -information. There are reports
from the signal ofTice.i every part of-the
stale. The Oregon State Weather Bureau is
doing a good and great work and deserves
credit. Mr. Pague spends a great deal of time
in traveling over the stale c illecling data for
his work, .
For Sale. Nice collage of five rooms.
Barn, carriage, house, store room, fine well
with pump, lieautiful flower yard, etc., nice
locaiVn. Enquire of Ifendricks-REVIEW
Real Estate Co.
A BIO DROP.
A Thailand Jlatlarm Off of thr Priee 0
that Pine Stork Farm.
bI offer for sale on terms lo suit, the Hen
dricks estate larm in Walker or Elk Head
valley, 14 miles north of Oakland on the
Coast Fork road, and 8 miles cast of Yon
colla. The farm contains 520 acres of land,
at least 200 of which is now capable of culti
vation, and all except about 100 .acres clear.
Two good orchards, fair house and barn, al
fenced, two mountain streams .through the
place, most of it the richest sort of bottom
land, and unlimited stock range the best
and cheapest stock farm in Sotrttrem Oregon.
Will be sold with all farm implements except
wagon, tot $5500; former price $6500. This
offer is until pctobcr 1st when the farm will
be rerked if jftot sold. Call on or address R.
J, Hendiick,, $alctr, Oregon.
The March of Impmmnmt qom Almdftff
: oik Jfavy Jfew Building.
While Roseburg may not be experiencing
a regular building boom, yet there has not
been a time during the present year when
there were not a number of buildings in
ecursr of construction. Probably so far
fifty new houses have been built in Roseburg
this year and they are springing up on all sides.
A Review reporter the other day could not
refrain from jotting down a few building
notes, and while his list is very far from
complete, it will give some idea of the im
provements which are constantly going on in
Trie brick work on Sheridan Bros, and
II. C. Stanton's stores is finished and the
work of finishing the inside is being pushed
s-j that tbey will soon be ready for occupancy.
The walls of Marsters & Co'a two story
brick and Parrott Bros., one story building
are going up rapidly.
Carl Hoffman and John Steele are each
building neat cottage residences on Woodward
J. Jaskulek has the lumber on the ground
for four houses to be built on his lots on
Mosher street. The contract has already
been let ami work will soon be begun.
John Bowen has commenced the erection
of a house on Ins property on the hillside
east of town.
Hubert Graves new photograph
and residence on Jackson street is
C A. Sehlbrede's new house at
per end of Oak street has been painted
outside, and is very pretty.
G . A. Taylor's new residence will soon be
entirely completed. It is one of the most
handsome houses in Dauglas county.
Mrs. N. L. . Owens 'is laving a neat
collage built on one ol her vacant ''lots on
Marion Wimberly has put up a hand
some house on his lots in north Roseburg.
S. ll. Hendricks has about completed a
large addition to his house near the foundry,
and it adds much to the appearance '.hereof.
M rs. Wilson is greatly improving her prop
erty hear ihe corner of Washington and
Stephens streets by liaving a large new house
Mr.; Strong, of the firm of Alexander &
Strong, is placing material on the. ground
for a house on his lots aljoining G. A.
Taylor's on Main street,
L. j D. Carle is building a cottage cn
Parrott street near his residence.
A PERFECT MACBZXE.
A (rtiy of Xotburff Jlunlnrf
Huff Ihe Stale Eivh:
Mention lias been made in these columns of
the Ladies' Laundry Machine, which has lieer
introduced here by Messrs. Cornett & Wood.
This Machine for washing clothes is sa perfect
as to have attracted the attention of every one,
and a company of prominent business men of
Roseburg and vicinity, who know a good
thing when they see it, have purchased the
sole right 1 r the manufacture and sale of the -
Machine for the state of Oregon. . Jep. Green, '
W. q. Winston, T. R. Sheridan and JJR.
N. Bell are prominently identified whh the
new company, and will commence operations
with their well known energy and push. ""Get
a good thing and then let the people know it,"
is P. T. Ikirnum's famous advice ol how to
get rich. The gentlemen yarned above are
following his advice. They have secured a
perfect machine that is a household necessity,
and it will push to the front by the force of
its own merit.
j HAVE YOU SEEN
the Ladies' Laundry Machine? If not, you
should look it up at once. It means an end
to the dreary drudgery of washdays and the
ceaseless irritation of wash day dinners. The
old fashioned boards and machines will now
be relegated to the rear, an.d wilh a Ladies'
Laundry Machine ia every bouseho'd, wash
day will pass into a mith, as it will be a pleas
ure and not a laborous undertaking to put out
the family washing.
: THE MACHINE
consists of tub rest, washer, wnpger and
clothe rack in one patent and needs only to
be seen to be appreciated. These Machines,
wherever introduced in the Eastern states
have sold on their merits by the carload, every
family in various counties having bought one, j
and wherever tried they have stood the test
as pre-cminenlly the greatest labor saving in
vention of the age.
j TIRED WOMEN,
who know the terrors of the old fashioned wash
day, can now rejoice. Help is at hand. The
Ladies' Laundry Machine means a revolution
in household affairs. It can lie used without
instruction, cleanses the garments perfectly
and without injury the finest fabrics can be
washed as easily as the coarsest, and it saves
time and labor.
i . THE MANAGEMENT
have several colums of recommendations from
those who have used the machine, but it is
not necessary to take space to publish the
same at this time as it will speak lor itself
wherever introduced. County rights wiil be
sold by the new proprietors and the Machine
will lie placed on sale in every county in th
c, as it is a boon to humanity.
Heart disease is developed by modern civil
ization, and is increasing to an alarming ex
tent.' Let him who suspects the existence of
this cause of sudden death take Dr. Flint's
Remedv, and let all persons read his treatise
on "Heart Disease," which will ' be sent on
application by Mack Drug Co., N. Y.
Htrrpt by the Tide of Popularity.
To the topmost pinnacle of success. Hos
teller's Stomach Bitters stands a shining
proof of what genuine merit, backed by the
living force of proven facts, can attain. The
North and South American continents. ' Eu
rope,' Australsa, the West Indies, Gautemala
and Mexico have all contributed wide patron
age and testimony of the most favorable kind
but unsolicited to swell the reputation of
this sterling remedy. Among the maladies
for which the most convincing public and
professional testimony proves that it is a be
nign curative, are chills and fever, bilious
remittent, dumb atfue and ague cake, dyspep
sia, liver complaint, nervousness, debility,
kidney and bladder complaints. It mitigates
the infirmities of age, hastens convalescence,
has a tendency to prevent ill contequences
from exposure and exhaustion. Persons of
sedentary habits and laborious occupations
will find it an ever useful tonic.
A Rare Bargain. A fine farm contain
ing 300 acres, six miles from railroad station
and within short distance of Roseburg, half of
which is tilable valley land with some rich
ash swale and" timber, balance pasture, fine
house, large barn, old and young orchards
abundance of water, etc. Hay, grain and
farming implements will be fold to purchaser
very low aud on easy terms. .
j Hendricks Review Real Estate Co.
1 Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that sealed plans,
specifications, strain diagrams and bids will
be received at the office of the County Clerk
nntit Thursday, the 7th day of Xovemljer,
1SS9, at twelve o'clock M. of said day for the
construction of a wagon bridge over the
Umpqua river at what is known as Umpqua
Ferry at or near the residence of George
Shambrook. Bidders will be required to
deposit five per cent, of the amount of their
bids County reserves the right to reject any
or at) bids.
By order of the County Roasd.
Sept. 7, I889. ). S. FlTZHL'GH, V
. - Judge.
NOTES OF INTEREST TO DOUGLAS
J. B. Horner, a. m. -
. Miss Abbie Parrott is teaching at Olalla.
R. E. Daniels is engaged to teach in Shoe
J. C. Twitchell commenced his school work
at Fall creek on the 2nd lost;
Miss Maggie Wiley has been engaged as
assistant teacher at Canyon ville
R. C. Hutchinson began a term of school
at Rice Hill last Monday, the 16th.
The new school building at Myrtle creek is
to be of neat design and very commodious.
Vocal music and physiology will be taught
more this year in the public schools than
Elmer McBroom, an experienced teacher
from Dakota, opens a term of school near
Dillards next Monday.
The French Settlement School Board is
about to purchase some apparatus for class
use. A good example.
Mr. Lee Barker began a term of school at
Bitter creek last Monday. Mr. Barker is a
graduate ol the public school of this city. .
Miss Lucy Hay will teach school in Medford
luring this year. Miss Hay has taught sev
eral years very successfully in this county.
The county tward of examiners have recom
mended J. K. Kendall and Miss Rhoda
Hudson to the stale board for state certifi
The people of Canyon ville have generously
offered to give the teachers free transporta
tton from Riddle, the nearest railroad station.
We hope to have a large attendance. -
If. A Elwell, who has taught considerably
in Washington territory, has opened a music
store in : Roseburg. Mr. Elwell is a .fine
vocalist, and performs well with a piano. "
Miss Mary Rice read a poem entitled, "A
Pile of Alder Poles," before the last teachers
institute that portrays very clearly what teach
ers have 10 do when they have no janitors.
It is nearing winter, and the matter of
music can be . encouraged by the teachers.
Each community can afford an orchestra.
But this is more than most towns have. More
glee clubs, and choirs and orchestras and we
shall have more anthems and operatic music.
Some difficulty arose at Nonpareil from
some ot the pupils calling others "Indians."
The dhectors adjusted the matter. Everyone
should be courteous under all circumstances.
Nothing is ever lost by so doing not even
when the other side ist fault.
The Douglas county Teachers' Association
will meet at Canyonville, Sept. 2S, 1S89.
We shall at that time be at the Dedicatory
Scrvic-.-s of the new school building in Browns
ville. The Association Secretary will please
furni-h this department with a copy of the
proceeding. .. . - -
Miss Al.bie Miils writes: "The- fall term
of the Oakland- school commenced Monday
last tinder the supervision of Prof. Hani,
as-isied by Miss Eva Basset. Both teachers
cuoie well recommended. About sixty names
were enrolled at the opening of school and a
number of new ones since added to the list.
We need a wide-awake Literary society."
The new school law is being distributed.
State Sup;. McElroy compiled the first
annotated school law of Oregon; which like
this one is a credit to our beautiful state.- If
school lioards will see lo it that these are kept
safe, there will not be the general scarcity ot
these valuable volumes about two years from
now, that there is usually just previous to
The following teachers have kindly con
tented to furnish correspondence for this col
umn: Miss Lucy Hay, Miss Sarah Adams,
Miss Mary V. Rice, Miss Dora A Irish, Miss
Abbie Milk, Edward Eccleston, I. P. Mc
Kay, J C. Twitchell, W. C. Hawley, R. C.
Daniels, E'mer McBroom, J. B. Ford, J. A.
Davis, J. N. Davis, Geiwge II. Dunn. C
W. Wonnac'jtt, Thomas Wilson, J. R. i,'m
dall, Archy Adams, . Douglas Waite, J. F.
We once conducted a church paper that
was "bac'ed up" by two large conferences
and seventeen corresponding editors who
were, as slow to contribute as have been the
correspondents to this column and as a result
we got about $1000.00 worth of very unen
viable newspaper notoriety. This column be
longs to you, the teachers of Douglas county,
and if you want to see interesting correspon
dence in it you will lie under the painfnl ne
csssity of doing your part of the writing.
Supt. Hutchinson writes: "The time of
the exchange of readers has been extended to
Oct. 1st. Let no one fail to take the benefit
of the free exchange. Some teachers are
asking pupils to provide themselves with
"youth's spellers." These books were not
re adopted, two books being thought to he
sufficient, the "child's speller," and the "com
plete speller." So teachers please govern
yourselves accordingly. The exchange price
f of Fish's Arithmetic No. I isl? cents and of
No. 2 is 60 cents. If any dealer charges you
more than these prices he is simply swindling
you, either ignorantly or intentionally. An
j arithmetic of a lower grae can be exchanged
-for one pf a higher grade. Please note this
fart Th rMnlnr rj.tiit nrW rt K trtthl
inetics after the introduction is completed is
for Fish's No. I, 35 cents and No. 2, 75 cents.
HaveYoi- Heard It? -Have you heard
wnat Mr. G. L. Weast, ol Cambridge City
Ind says of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedv? If noi, here it is:
"During last summer I was troubled very
much wilh severe pains in the stomach and
bowels, and was induced by a friend to try
this remedy. I took one dose, as per direc
tions, and it gave me almost instant relief.
I cheerfully recommend it to the afflicted."
25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A C. Mars
ters. : ,
How to Get A Home. Several handsome
building lots are for sale by the Hendricks-
Review Real Estate Co. on the installment
plan. You can get two lot; for $250, only
$50 down, balance on easy terms; or two lots
for $373, only $75 down; or three handsome
lets for $360, only $60 down, balance easy
payments. These are bargains and the time
given for payments are such aa to place them
within the reach of any one. Call and see
these bargains before purchasing.
; llRATiPTIXO TO ALL.
The high position attained and the universal
acceptance and approval of the pleasant
liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs as the
most excellent laxative . known, illustrate the
value ol the qualities on which its success
based and are abundantly gratifying to the
Cal. F"ig Syrup Company.
A Fixe Mill. A splendid, new Cyclone
wind mill, all in first-class working order,
for rale at The Review office. A 16 foot
wheel, a 5175 gallon tank, the scaffolding and
all complete for a low price. Just the thing
for house, barn and stock. ' We will sell this
mill on time, with approved security. Call
- We have a speedy and positive Cure lor
Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker Mouth, and
Head-Ache, in SHILOH'S CATARRH
REMEDY. A Nasal Injector free with each
bottle. Use it if you desire health and sweet
breath. Price 50 cents. Sold "by W. S.
Try the Cosmopolitan Hotel for geod meals
and clean beds at twenty-five cent..
a itExjitKAtitF. zxroxr.
Eudrarortna 10 Introilre a. f.altug Paa
rfer bfl Kngn t-:4ornmnThe ,Tr
tl.mnt Jui.: lllu. fnilrrrire
The people of the Pacific Coast re inter
ested in mire food. TV"- unnwiim
as any people on czn'.i t . i , .;.
Whenthe manufacturer of an unu
to go into the stomach as food comes
fore tbem in the newsrapers with adverse-
ments of his wares, they demand that he shall
be both truthful and honest in his represents
tions. It goes without saying that the manu
facturer who' will willingly or ' fraudulently
misrepresent as to endorsements which he
claims to have received, can lay no Claim to
the patronage of the people whom he has
thru sought to deceives "False in one, false
ih all," is the watchword in such a case.
Housekeepers have no doubt noticed that
the Price Baking Powder Co. have published,
in lheir various advertisements throughout
the country, statements representing that the
National Baard of Health, at Washington,
had favorably reported npon and- endorsed
that brand of Baking Powder. It appears
that these satements were incorrect; that the
Price advertisements were direct misrepresen
tations, dishonestly used for the purpose of
seeking patronage of the public, and prejudic
ing consumers against other well known brands
and that the National Board of Health never
endorsed or commended the Price Baking'
Powder in any way whatever. The following
extract is given from a letter recently addressed
to the Royal Baking Powder Company, of
New York, by the Secretary of -National
Board of Health, and will serve to make plain
the deception attempted to be practiced:
National Board of Health,
! Washington, D. C, April 25, 1SS9.
"I have read the papers with astonishment
at the unbounded assurance displayed by the
noe Baking Powder Co in attempting to
use the National Board of Health for the pur
pose of giving credit to Dr. Price's cream
baking powder. I am unwilling .that this
Board should lie used 'for the purpose of mis
leading the public in ihe slightest degree. I
have to say, therefore, that this Board never,
in any manner, shape, or form, 'commended,'
indorsed,' or 'favorably reported on, Dr.
Price's Baking Powder or declared that 'with
the exception of Dr. Trice's Baking Powder
every sample was found to be more or less
drugged or tainted, and any statement that
conveys such an impression, directly or in
directly, is wholly untrue.
. W. P. DUNWOODY,
"Secretary National Board of Health."
The Price Baking Powder Co. stem to be
equally unfortunate in their claim of endorse
ment by the Canadian Government. The
figures they publish showing strength are just
double those given in the official report. The
Canadian Government report also says:
"Dr. Price's Baking Towder contains mat
Jer insoluble in water, 24 16-100 per cent.
consisting nt starch and tartrate of lime a
mixture adulterated 20 per cent."
In the examination of baking powders and
official tests made by the Ohio State Food
Commission,' Price's Baking Powder was
shown to contain 12.6(5 per cent residuum or
THK It EST AnVERTMSlSO.
The most efficient advertising in behalf
of Hood's Sarsaparilla is that which comes
from the medicine itstlf. That is, those
who are cured by it, speak to friends
suffering similarly, who in turn derive
tenefit and urge others to try this success
ful medicine. Thus the circle of its popu
larity is rapidly widening from this cause
alone, and more and more are Incoming
enthusiastic in behalf of Hood's Sarstpanlla
as it actually demonstrates its ; absolute
merit. All that is asked ior Hood's Sarsa
parilla is that it be given a fair trial. II you
need a good blood purifier, or building up
medicine, try Hood's Sarsaparilla. ';
MELVIX FULLFRTON. At the rest-
tlence of tfie bride s parents in Canyon-
Sept.! 12, 18S9, Mr. M. M. Melviaj'
Jr., and Miss Delphine Fullerton, Rev.
Wm. Manning, officiating.
The 'contracting parties are both well
ani favorably known in this county, and have
the best wishes of a host of friends.
McKINNEV. Joseph McKinney, an old and
respected citizen of Douglas county, died
at the residence of his daughter in Garden
valley last Thursday, fter a lingering ill
He was a consistent christian and was for
several years prominent in church work. He
was laid to rest in the Masonic cemetery at
Roseburg last Friday, and will lie sincerely
mourned by those who knew his patient,
We ofter One Hundred dollars reward for
any case of Catarrh thai, cannot lie cured by
taking Halls Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo,
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years and believe Him
perfectly honorable in all business transactions
and financially able to carry out any obliga
tions made by their firm . - '
West & Traux, Wholesale xlraggists, To
ledo, O. -
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
druggists, Toledo, O.
K. II. Van Hoesen, Cashier, Toledo Nat
lonal bank, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucus sur
faces of the system. Testimonials sent free.
Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by A. C. Mar
sters & Co. . k
We the undersigned land holders, o( Nortn
Canyonville precinct, hereby forbid any per
son or persons from running deer wilh dogs on
our premises. :
: J. F.Gazley,
j John Jackson,
J. L. Clongh,
. : Ike Boyle, ; . t
North Canyonville, Or., Sept., 16, 1SS9.
Wln ISaby wm sick, we care bar Cantoris,
When aha wm a Child, she cried for C'Mloria,
Wbea site bieKAXa, ! dang to CMtarta,
Whea she bad CliUdna, she gate tbem Caetoria,
SrroMd Annual Fruit E-rhlhlt.
The southern Oregon fruitgrowers' annual
fruit exhibit will be held at the fair Grounds
near Central Point, on Monday, Sept 23,
18S9. Members of the asaociation and friends
are expected to being sample of their fruit.
vegetables berries and other like prducts of
the district (or exhibition. Memlicrs rl the
horticultural and fruit associations throughout
the northwest are earnestly invited to be present.-
The exercises beginning at 10 o'clock
a. ra., wnl ton:st of adore by Hon. Geo.
W. Riddle.'president of the Donglas coun'y I
fruitgrowers association. President B. I.. At j
nold and l"rof. E. R, Lake of the stale agii j
cultural college, and others.' EverjUly is 1
invited to bring a basket and participate in an t
old fashioned basket dinner. No chaises f.u; i
admission to the grounds on Monday, Sept
23,1889. Evtrbody invited.
By order oi the president,
Robert A. Mili.ee, Sec
At a meeting of Umpqua Crsp o? I-. " .0
War Vetersns held at Kusebarg,' Sp;e-rir
2nd. 1N89. Capt. II. II, Wa-U-J
pwMdiitg, when the death i comrade .V.-.S
Wenihcrty was formally annocnrd.
V-. hen the foil. ing reu.lulifti was f- e-
j j.-iiled and 'adopted.' - -4 ,
j Resolved, That we ha ieari wkh dc?
, -p.r.t of the death ,mr late
arms Lieut., A el W'eaibetTjT' We tr
in mind in the early settlement of Of;;",
whea he ras in Ih; prime 01 life, tr
hopeful and buoyant in sptnj mii.h t3i
alacrity he sprung to arms when the tcJa
of war was sounded, ever rallying to to
front when danger and peril were nigh, a-
with the ardor and enthusiasm that ma.ktd
his character as a citizen soldier he rendered
aid to his country in ' its trying hour, never
ainching when duty called him to the field,
where he won a hero's glory which met
with poor reward, save in the hearts of a
greatful pioneer people inhabiting a wildner
ness that now blooroetb like a Jose fur the
enjoyment of coming posterity. His .memory
is cherished by the lew remaining comrades
that (ought by his side when he served as
2nd Lieu!, of Co., "I" 2nd Regt. of Orrg.m
mounted Volunteers under Col., W. V.
Chapman in thj Rogue river war, 1855-56.
And the heartfelt sympathy of this. Camp of
Veterans is extended to the family f the
deceased, a'ld as a mirk of respect members
of this camp wear the usual badge o mourn
ing for the period of thirty days. ; ,
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions
be transmitted to the family of our deceased I
Henrv II, Woodward,
' Capt. Camp No. 6; j
Roatf rt Easton, v - - I
-- - xoTtvm. f
ily taxes must be paid immcd'iaielv or ihcy
will be declared delinquent. T. Foau,
' ; Mainhal.
A SAKE B ABU A MS. , -For
thirty days we will offer 240 acres of
land, with some improvements and fruits for
the very low price, ol three dollrrs per acre.
Hendricks Review Real Estate Co.
Sugar Pino Door ami LmuUr
Uur -Mill ana factories are nowm (uil op
e ration and we are prepared to fill orders fu,
Lumber, Doors, Windows, Frame , Casings
Moulding, Brackets, Turned work;. Lath
Pickets and feftee work better than ever 1
fore. We make a specialty of House Finis',
ing Material, Counter Filings, Church l"rw'"
Pulpits and finish in natural woods. Box
of all kinds furnished on short notice'. - Cat 1
logues, moulding sheets end prices furnish
on application. ' .. 1
Socar Pine Door and Lixm Co. 4
-..,.:- . : Grants PasOrf
STATE XOBMAL HCHOOI.,
The Ashland State Normal school or k
the public every advantage that iren b
practical institutions of learning, g"
tion to the usual advantages of a go?
it has a model training school in 13
student teacher is required 10 worfiT
skillful direction. Ashland also 1
finest climate in the State tor he.
comfort. Its pure cold water from i;
tains. Us while sulphur and soda sp
a delight to the health seeker. W y
be glad to receive students from all : .'
the State. Ask your Senator or I j
tative for a free scholarship, or addr "'
J. S. SWEET A. ; j
Ashland, Oregon. J f
The Blockade Kaih d.
The long needed want of lumber in Kose
burg is now supplied at the New Vsrk Lum
ber Yard by M. R. Howell, from two large
No. 1 steam mills located on railroad.
'jt4-Btfr 1 Water mui BifJ BmiiU.
I have no.v on hand the largest finest
stock of lnmucfrCEr Rose bur
furnish you a good hctuc in 44 uuu:
and see me, I will save you mosey.
w" "; . . M. R. Howfil. -
Fruit boxes uf all kinds tede om
thoroughly seasons! pm", fumLshedn W
notice at lowest rates ! f
Spgae Pine IhxjraxdLl-meeCo
Grains Pass," Ciegon.
I hereby give my son Edward rulman
aged 19 years hi; tinw and will not clairs
of his earnings, nor will be responsi
any of his debts . -
Chas. Bealman. ;
Wasted.-Two or three good rr-
solicit orders for standard works,
plan. Apply to). R. Hill at Myrtle
All pei sons are hereby warned agains
hunting on my premises in Coles valley
Cumtux George Shambrooi:.
Hhiloh'e Conenmption Cvrr.
This is beyond question the most success -
ful Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a few
doses invariably cure the worst cases of Cough,
Croup, and Bronchitis while it s wonderful
success in die core of Consumption is without
a parallel in the history o! medicine... Since
it s first discovery t has been sold on a guar
antee, a test which no other medicine can
stand. If you have a Cough we eamemly ask
you to try it. Price 10 cenu, 50 cents and
$1.00. If your Lungs are sore. Chest or
Hack lame, use Shiloh's Poroin Plaster.
Sold by W. S. Hamilton. -
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Answer this Quemtton. T -Why
do so many people we see around us
seem to prefer to suffer and be made miser
able by Indigestion. Constipation. Diwinras,
Lots of Appctitr, Coming up of the Food,
Yellow Skin, when lor 73 cents we will sell
them Shiloh's Svstem Vitalises gaarainted to
cure ihem. Sold by V. S. Hamilton.
Shiloh'o t atarrh Metmrdp
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, a marvelous ire
for Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker Moiih, and
Headache. With each bottle there i"an in
genius Nasal Injector for the more successful
treatment of these complaints without extra
charge. Price 50 cents Sold by W. .
When You Hood
An Alterative Medicine, don't -forget
that everything depends on the kind
nse.L Ask for Ayer's Sarsaparilla and
ta5:a no other. For over forty years thi
preparation has bad the endorsement of
reading physician arid druggists, a rut
it has achieved a eucrese unparalleled
in the history of proprietary medicines.
- For a raah, from whtrh I had nf.
fered some months, my father, an M. !.,
rKcummended Ayer's 8rieaiUa, it
effected a cure. I am still taking thi
medicine, as I rind it to be a most pow
erful blood-jwriner." i. E. Cocke,
-"Celt. Hot, Drnrarfst, EvansTllte.
Ind., write : "I have been Wiiu
rur'a Karsaparill for many ream. It
x intains its popularity, while -uiaar
other preparations, formerly a well
known, have long been forgotten."
" I have always recommended Arer'
fsarsapjyrll a superior to any r;ir
pre pa moon for purifying the bioori."
. ii- KnykendaiL M. D., Poroerov.W.T.
1 1 m.
rCEMEID ST "
Dr. J. C. Ayer It Co Lowell, Mass.
Price tl; ta bottles, &. TOma 44 a bout.