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SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1885.
The Leading Oity of Southern Oregon--A
Land' cf Prosperity, Sunshins and
From tlis Daily Oregonian of the
27th we clip the following: "A person !
from the eastern or northern states vis
iting Southern Oregon in the -winter
season cannot V)ufc wonder that this gr-
den spot of. nature's domain has not
long years ago been more thickly set
tled up and developed, for it would be
difficult to conceive of a more plex3aut
or desirable couutrv. The climate is a
happy medium between the extreme
heat and cold to be found in all the
thickly populated eastern states. The
mercury in winter rarely goes below the
freezing pcint and the average heat in
summer is not above G5 to 73 degree3.j
Then the lover of pleasure andevery-l
one wants soma kind of recrcratioh
can find ,11 he wants, here. The
varieus, numerous and real ' attrac
tions of city life in the way of amuse
ments, churches, schgob, lodges-and ll
m inner of fraternal societies are af
forded in Koseburg while ' the field
sportsman who is fond .of the rod and
gun coma not una n u,ui iau, u .
Endless quantities ox Mirer saimou ana
: ? . ii ...it Li I
trout are to oeioum in ui norui aim
i i it. tt I
soutn branencs o uie
end User creeir, . wane, wicnin a aays
walk the mountain forests teem with
all kinds of wild, game, including a plen
tiful quantity of deer. .'.What more
could he wish fori As to the stern real
ities of life the task of providing for
one's self and family shelter, food and
clothing; and th.t great goal, pursued
wiu sucn aviaicy oy tne average mer-
ican cit'zen, the accumulation of the
mighty dollar, this locality offers'' the
most flattering opportunities. Surroun
ding this little city there are fertile val
leys extending in every direction, along
the north and south branches of the
Umpqua river and Deer creek, ccm-
'pessd of a rich black soil which pro
duces immensa crops of oats, corn, pota-
toe, etc., ana wincu is ssirteu on ma!-
side with table lands with a soil of ex-
ceiienr quamy tor tue production or
j i i i i.i . ii
iruus ana wnear, ou more especiauy
adapted for grazing purposes. An im-
portant industry of this particular sec-
won is weal-crowing ana stocK-raisinix,
stock being able to thrive without care
the year round. The. annual product
of wool for. Dotiylas county is about
660,000 pound. The wheat product
or the country , which is the -principal
trop, Is about 500,000 bushels. An
other indnstrjf that could bo made im
mensely profitable here is fruit raising.
Prunes ,apples, peas and peaches thrive
well prices-are remarkably fine, and
the present: opportunities for markeing
them would make them "a very jro
Is located on the line of the Oregon &
California railroad, 197 miles south of
Portland, and 150 miles from the Cali
fornia line. It was founded in 1852
by Aaron Rose, who has done much for
the devolopment of the place, and is
still living here to enjoy the results of
his hard work and good fortune.
Among the many generons acts to be
credited to him is the donation of three
acres of land and $1000 for building
the first court house, and also the land
and $1400 for the establishment of the
fine public school building which now
adorns the place. At one time the
town of Winchester was a rival of
Reseburg, but finaly succumbed to tie
superior lecatien and advantages of the
latter, and in 1859 was moved bodily
across the river. In 1872 the Oregon
and California railroad was completed
to this piac, and in October of the
same year the town was incorporated.
These were two most important events
for Roseburg, and since that timo the
population has steadily - increased, un
til now it has reached somenhinjj like
. 1700, anid with its various; advantages
will no doubt continue to advance
rapidly. - , .-.,
The business establishments embrace
seven general mercantile houses, two
hardware stores, two flouring mills,
four hotels, ene bank, three blacksmiths
shops, two drug stores, four variety
stores, two jewelers, three milliner
sheps, two livery stables, two cabinet
shops, three groceries, two restaurants,
twelve saloons, one brewery, two bar
ber shops, two bakeries, six physiciaiiSj
two dentists, ten lawyers,one foundry,
one photograph gallery, two shoemak
ers, one marble cutter, one furniture !
Store and cabinet shop, and two week-1
Jy newspapers. P
There are three schools, one public
and two private, and five churches, iiz.:
Two Methodist, one Episcopal, one
Presbyterian, one Catholic, beside one
Baptist to be built the coming summer.
- Improvements were made during the
past year in the shape of a bridge across
the South Umpqua, and the erection
of several substantial brick business
blocks. At least two more brick busi
ness blocks and several private resi
dences will be erected during the com
ing summer, and a renewed effort made
to secure tho building of the proposed'
lailrord.from Iloseburg to Coos --Bay.
THE LEADING BUSINESS MCs''
Of Rossbur" have always shown a com
mendable spirit of enterprise, among
whom may mentioned S. Marks fc Co.,
dealers- in general merchandise,"-. Taey
occupy- a very handsome two-story
brbk building, 3Gxl00 feet in size,
which they built in 1878. They carry
a stock valued at $50,000 to $75,000;
an-1 also buy wool, grain and produce.
,11. C. Stanton, the venerable and popu
lar postmaster, has been a resident of
Roseburg since 1865, and has held the
position or postmaster since 1S68, but
is waiting patiently now to hear tho
horn cf Cleveland blow. Mr. S. al30
carries on a general meichandistf busi
ness occupying a ona-story brick build
ing, which be .put up in 1874. Sheri
dan Bros., a couple ot very energetic
ana popular young men, guttered a
heavy loss by. fire last Augiistbut they
immediately erected a very handsome
ono-story brick block, 34x100 feet in
size, which they now occupy wirhja,,,
jsLuuK-vtr-unrirvf art, stoves, etc carrv-
ing an average s'ock of from 10 000
to $20,j000. One of the most extensive
business institutions of the place is the
Gy e Business Association which,
imJer tje aU man:iemfmt of m
w R Owens,' ha,s reached an inimensa
business. Last year he bought and
shipped 400,000 pounds of wool and
over 500,000 bushels Ot whoat, besides
other grain and farm products. J. Jas-
kulek, the jeweler, now occupies a stor
in one or. tue new brick. buikiin"s
recently erected, and has one of the
largest and most complete stocks cf
drj watches, opiical goods, etc; to
be foun(J -n the
The'United States land office, form
erly at Winchester, is now located at
Roseburg, with Colonel J. C. Fullerton
as receiver and W. F. Benjamin reg
ister, They are disposing of an average
of 2000 acres per month as homesteads,
1600 acres per won,th by pre-emption
and 300 to 400 acred per month under
'timber act. Still they have thousands
i) MrM Jfcf fc yefc
valuable and desirabe and very cheap
to actual Beiihrs
Altogether, Roseburg is a clever lit-
tle cit de8tined to increase with
becoming rapiditvin future years.
The High Ofime of not Insuring.
Extract from a sermonof Rev. DeWitt Talmage, D.
; ' D., of Brooklyn. " -
. V ' " f- ,. -
? TTTI TTr 1 ' ' .1
vvijen JtiezeKian was ciyinjr, tue in
junction came to him, ".Set thy houso
in order, for thou shalt die, and not
live,",. That injunction in- our day
vouid mean, "Make your will; settle
tip your accounts; make things plain;
don't deceive your heirs with rolls of
Jay Cooke's Northern Pacific railroad
bonds; don't leave them notes that have
been outlawed, and second mortgages
on property that won't pay the first;
set thy house in order." .
That is fix up things so that your
going out of the world may make as
little consternation as possible.
The difficulty is, when men think of
theirdeath, they are apt to think of it
only in connection with their spiritual
welfare and not of the devastation in
the household which will come because
of their emigratien from it. It is
meanly selfish for you to be so absorbed
in the heaven to which you are going
that you forget what is to becoaie of
your wife and children after you aie
dead. You can go out of this, world
not leaving them a dollar, and yet die
happily if you could not provide for
them;yo'i can trust them in the hands
of the God who owns all the harvests
and tha flocks, but if you could pay the
premium on a policy and neglect them,
itis a mean thing for you togo to heaven
while they go into the poorbouse. You
at death, move into a mansion, river
front, ami they move into two rooms
on the fourth story of a tenement house
on a back street. " When they are out
at the elbovs and knees, the "thought-
of your splendid robe in heaven' will
not keep 4hem warm. The Tninistcr
may preach a splendid sermon over
your remains, and thequartetmay sing
like four angels alighted in the organ
left, but your death will be a swindle.
You had the means to provide for the
comfgrt of your household when you
left it, and you wickedly neglected to
'I JJont Feel Ltee Work."
ft makes no difference what business
you are engaged in: whether you are
a preacher, a merchant, a meceanic, a
lawyer or a common laborer, you can't
do your work well whUe you re half
sick. Thousands, try to, but all . in
vain. How much better to keen vour
organs in good order by taking Parker's
Tonic when you feel "a little cut ef j
sorts." It would be money in youi 1
pocket. One hour of good, rejoicing J
, ... : , , , , ,
neai m is worm nan a aoaen noars iuu
of languor and pam. : J
Of Men and' Thing3f as Seen : Through
Our Own Colored Glasses-
Peculiar combinations have arisen
whereby the Democratic situation in
Ohiqjs one of particular delicacy. The
trouble with the State is that th re is
too much brains and a too anxious de
sire tor leadership. A State tnat
boasts of such men as TnuRMAN, Payxe,
IIoadly, Ward and . Pendleton and
ail active in uartv maaaement cannot
hope for a quiet and peaceful running
of the party machinery. That this
state of affairs will do more to embar
rass the administration of President
Cleveland than any other one item
must be admitted. If he calls one of
the abiivc named statesman as one of
his advisors, certain it is that a cool
ness will spring from some at least of
the balance. But if he slights them all
the affai" becomes no less cemplicated.
3 hve great confidence in the i ld fash
ioned horso sense which Cleveland
evidently possesses and befieve that
there is no shirking of - if sponsibility
with him. Right and not expediency
must be the giiiding Star of the incom
ing administration. I beg leave then
to express (and deem it not altogether
too presnmptious) a plain, simple and
absolute fact; ip-wit: There is no man
who is so dear to the old guard of the
Democracy and who is so venerated by
the yousger members as that honest
man, . upright Judge, nuble Senator,
leader of leaders, the gallant, grand,
old Statesman, tho noblest Roman of
them all Allen G. Thurman. He
does not belong to Ohio, the nation
claims him as its own. I do not think
that at any time in the pabt sixteen
years a Democratic administration has
bean imagined by any one without
Thurman as. a member of its cabinet.
Certain it is that the gieat heart of the
American people has not changed to
wards the eminent statesman, and ex
pediency or no .expediency, it would be
well to remember that in the hours of
its triumph the Democracy is untrue
to itself, unfaithful to the people, un
grateful to the men who have paved its
way to success unless it calls Allen
G. Thurman to the Chair of State.
The American people second the
motion. ' DkWolf
A Letter From St. John-
I have just received a letter from
Mary B. Willard of Evanston, Ills en
closing to me your's of the 26th. ult.
also clippings from Ithe Oregonian of
Nov. 22nd. 1884. Among these cli
pings is found what purports to be a
special despatch dated Washirgton D.
C. Nov. 16th. in which 1 am charsrod
with selling and attempting to sell out
the Prohibition Party. ,
:: -.K- ....
Whenever the Oregonian, or any in
dividual asserts that I ever sold, or
attempted to sell out either directly or
indirectly the Prohibition party to the
Democrats or Republicaus or any body
else, or ever had or offered to do any.
thing for the purpose of lessening the
vote of the Prohibition party, or in
creasing the vote of either of the old
parties, or that I did otherwise than
make an honest, conscientious, faith
ful fight for the cause of Prohibition
tells an infamous and malicious false
hood and 1 challenge any individual or
political pai ty, to produce a single line
or word of evidence tcs prove to the con
tiary.v If the Republican party had
been in possession of any facts that
would have tended to show that 1 had
sold or offered to self my demotion to
Prohibition it would have waited until
just a few days before election, as it
did in relation to a number of other in
famous falsehoods and published them
broadcast over the country.
While the old parties are abusing
each other, and the Republicans are
burning and hanging Prohibitionists in
effigy let us press forward in the good
fight against the liquor traffic appeal
ing always to the heart and conscience
of the people,'.ever looking toGod and
not q the politicians for guidance and
in due time, He, to whom we are all
eventaally to answer, will give us tl.o
victory. Very truly, your's '
- John P. St.John.
The above was received by a lady ot
this county, fromMrs. Nash ot Cor
vallis, and we are asked to publish the
same, which we do cheerfully.
Too Much Surplus. -According
to the report of the Sec
retary of State there is a surplus of
$300,000 in the State Treasury. There
is no justice nor use in collecting such
arge excess of revenue from,, the peo
ple, and the legislatute now in session,
ought to reduce the S'ate tax so that
the people will not be taxed to keep a
large surplus in the Treasury. The
State offioers almosc always over draw
their estimates, and insist on lavish
appropriations but the times demand
that taxation be reduced to the lowest
possible demands of ln efficient and
economical administration; and it is
the sponsible duty of our law makers
to see that the interests of the people
couslllted thia matter.-Yamhill
How He Get a Position.
"I applied for a position in a bank,
ing house in Wall street six months
ago, and although I proved my com
petency, they would ' not take me. I
had been down on my luck and looked
old and shabby. An idea struck me,
I got up a new growth of hair with
Parker,s Hair Balsam, raised a decent
suit of clothes, applied again, and thoy
took me in a minute." So writes a
clerk with $2,000 salary. Tne jmoral
is plain. Parker's Hair Bah-ami gives
a person a new free
Ladie3 Medical Adviser.
A Complete Medical Work for
Women, handsomely 'bound in cloth
and illustrated. Tells how to prevent
and cure all diseases of the sex, by a
treatment; at borne. Worrh its weight
in gold to every lady suffering from any
of these dis-ases. Over 10,00Ui sold
alieady. Postpatd only 50ct-. ji Pos
tal note or 2 cc. stamps. Address
NUN DA PUBLISHING CO Nnnda,
N. Y. Nov. 1st 3-in
Bucklen's Arnica Salve- '
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, .Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped.
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. Itis guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by H. Hamilton. j
THE REV. GEO. I . THAYER, of Bonr
boa, Ind., says; "Both myself and wife
owe our Jives to SHILOH'S CONSUMP
WHY WILL YOU cotigh when '.-hilolra
Curb will give immediate relief. Price 10
eta. 50 cts. and $1.
' DEALERS IN
MIIiIjI HE RY
Next door to the New Bakery.
CIVIL BEND STORE
V. Ii. ARRINGTON,
Ail Kinds of Produce Taken in Exchange.
CIVIL BEND, DOUG. CO., OREGON.
D Rik SECOE
Cur s all Chronic DienseH. Catarrh,
Asthma, Consumption, Neuralgia
Kheumatism, Paralysi?, Briguts D'u--ase.
Dropsy, White dwelling, Stif
This txeatment thoroughly purifle?
the blood. Jri vi g all imuutities an i
corriip; mater f.oia the whIr-syeteni
and briuga eac and evrry nerve and
muscle to a healthy ttate and ii3 natur.. 1
work. .. ;
All who are sufleiinjr from Chron c
Diseases are requested to call. There
will be no charge tor consu lting with
the patient, terms in all cusea reno li
able. A. tsECOBD.
Roseburg. Ore r n
Eldorado Mineral Water.
CHIMICAL lABORVTOitY, ASSAY OFK1CK, BULLION
Kooms asd Ohjs K(K.ua524 craiueutu Ktieut, San
Fiancisco, Nov. 23,1ii3.
Messrs. Holbrook, Merrill and Stitson. Gentlemen.
I Vu.rA aiihllltt.tAii fcn nllAlit.f.i VA VS1H tliM bqiimiI.
A " M - - "'IJ IP
of KldoraUo water handed me tor examiuatiou and
find it to consist oi the following substancas: Cblo,
rine, Iodine, Carbonic Acid, iron, Alumina Lime
Magnesia, tioda and orifamo mutter.
Julian Joseph, of the well ki own firm of Hoffman
and Joseph, ot Albany, bears the following tesii
uionv: ALBAAY, OGN., December 20, 1SS3.
Geo. W. Jones. Dear Sir: 1 would here stale to
you that a year ago I suffered untold agonies on ac
count of files (blind) and went to fo rtland to et re
lief from doctors there. I met Mr. Apple of Kose
burg, who advised me before seeing the doctors to
try your Eldorado. Mineral Water. I did so and tmd
one dozen bottles sent to me by A. K. Champagne.
I used one-half dozen bottles, taking right beiure er
ery meal, one small glass full. 1 not only was re
lieved, but 1 am certainly cured by what 1 used, and
thauVful forit, because I Buffeted more than I can
express. I would advise any one suffering from this
disease to try. your Mineral Water, bhould you
have any occasion, do UbC this statement do so. You
are at liberty on my account. 1 think this is the
least I can do for yov, as I, was cured by it. K.
spectfully yours, JULIAN JOSEPH.
KOSEBURG, Dec. S, 1SS3.
GEO. W. JONES: Dear Sir. From sheer curiosit
I was induced to try Eldorado Water and wns not et
ly surprised but highly gratiflei with the result. 1
have for many years been a sufferer from dyspepsia
and have tried every kind of pepsin known to
pharmacy and without result. The coutrary was my
experience trom the use of your mineral water. Ta
ken according to directions it jproduced immediate
relief and iu a short time, if ontinued, would secure
permanent cure. To any who will avoid irritating
stimulants, 1 am satisfied it will prove of valuable
comfort and benefit. As a general regulator I found
it most excellent. L. LANE.
Mb. Go- W. Jose Dear Sir: I have been
troubled with neuralgic pains in my, head aud cheek
bones, for several years, and had give up all hopes of
ever getting cured. 1 went to- your medical springs
with my son James and got some of the water, aud
drank it freely and found that it was a mild physic
1 used it three times a day for a little more than two
months, and the pain.' leit me aud I have not felt
them since, and that has been 17 months ago.
H. CO.NN, SR.
Roseburg, Jan. 25, 18S4
DALLAS, Dec. 2, 1S33.
From Mr. M. W Parsons, last August, l received
one bottle of the Jones Eldnralo water, from Dr.
Hamilton of Roseburg. Used half a bottle for ca
tarrh and can fully recommend it for that dreaded
disease, as I have not ben troubled with the com
plaint since. " D. T. SEARS.
I have also used the Eldorado spring water from
Jones' spring, uglas county, Oregon, snd am fully
ntisfted with ras emit, as I was bothered with ca
,tafe. W. C. BfcO WH, Bierehatt.
Strictly One P2?ic.
G- roceries gtTica,
Dress Goods, .
Hats & Caps,
Trunks and Valicea.
Everything in the Iiisc of tiSXEZML MSini2I3S
will be sold from this date on, at 10 per cent a!)vc cost.
Give us a .call ami convince yourself of our Gil S3 AT
at the SKICTLY OXE PRICE
Would Kespectfully Announce to the Public that Tiiey are Better
Than Ever Before to 1 uknish
. nEVERYTIIIiNG IIV TIIKII SO.-i-
HAVTNO lately added a New J. A. Fav Moulding and Matching Machine we will keep an immense stock
of the VEiiY BEST '
Flouring and Eustio oa Eand-S
A FINE STOCK OF MOULDINGS ! WELL SEASONED CEDAR
AND SUGAR PINE LUMBER!
FINE CEDAR RUSTIC, GRAIN SAWED FLOORING FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE. BARN
LUMBER and FENvJINvi furnished at HAUD TIME PRIONS. Oood sound CEJJK POSTS, HAILING,
PICKETS, &c, for FINE FENCING a specialty.
FOR Reference see Residence of Cy. Smith, 4 miles above town or Dr. Hamilton's, Roseburg. We are
bound to make the best Lumber and to give satisfaction. Oive us a trial.
11 orders left with Thos. Sheridan will be promptly filled, and all Lumber delivcrt.1 on short notice
atter May 1st. All orders should bo Addressed
W. G. WOOBWAEB'S
m n m p
AND BUY A
fmmm WW W 'mr
of the biggest and best stock of
nothing bur the best
m rm m
LYTHING' IM THIS LINE.
. . .
jOont Fail to See IfSe!
SHERIDAN BROTHERS, ROSEBURG, OR'GN.
They would announce that they have jast received and novr have on hand one f the
Largest Stocks of Goaorar Hara.7rara
Ever brought to Donlas, nd when adled to their STOVES OF ALL IMT
TKRNS and READY MADE TIN WAli., they arm prepared to declare t!iy have th
b-s sujply in their line ot aiy hause la Souwhern Oregon, which they propose
ElMiSHS WASH- TBAH MFT ITS!
can purchase elsewhere.
In Aiv shape ot huildiusr materials . the ay i locks, butts,' etc, we can o8i
n nurinr i nH iiMmnn l r tn nhrr.liaMera. Tl U1.
We van jou bargains in the fo". jwinp; brands of stoves, not t-qnal
wht-re Back's. Brmanza. Farmer Utility. Dexter, Pacific, 'A He West. C
Occidei Irou King, Euipire City, and other stoves and ranges.
The bst of workmen ai'-constantly employed in the manalactnrs ' u'
We have also taraains to offer in gons.
i ji we'd as in Shot -j; tin and Pinto's
We ai also Ajrems for tli White Peerles and New Home Sewing Mac!
aesell atlowest rates and warrant as cou) ol te ! every respecu .
We can alo supply'
AycriU and Rubber Paints,
H e best in tlis market, at. lowest rates. . f
Gve as a call, inspect mc stock, inquire as t? onr prices, and we promise t s- a.1
ny ene can.
LOO EI KG OLASS, ORISON.
NEW SET OF
goods ever brought to town.' 1 use
leather and have got
x h suri aci. aoi. l
such as "Winchester. tharp and
v IN" FACT
Evex'ytliins: ii tliat Lino.
AND MU8P BE
Sold Olieap for : Cassli.
Call ad S33 mo Befoz'O
ALSO AGENT FOR
STEEL-WIIEEL HAY RAKE3
(Successors to Thus. I', heridiu)
DEALERS INnAKDWARE, TINWA RS, STCTE3
UUNJ4, CU fLKUV, AN D TiS'NEilS tX t-
TIN STOIiH, KOSEiiUItSJ, Or.
Harm? seourcd ths aoove busi:ie3s, we are
pared to keep up its termer good name for work an
prices. We have the best oi malarial and always
full stock of good ou haiiil unlit is our aim to fur
nish customers with firnt-diss ariicle at livs and let
ive prices. A full stoc of
Ii2i niifl Steel JPar' Sio,
Dealers from abroad will rfl?eire proBrt att
k. s. &. J. j. siie;u
THE CENTRAL HOTEL
.- - s
Coruor ef Cals and IIoso Straats
Board 1 per Day; Sinb Msa!3, 25 csstj.
3TThis house ha lately CiiangeJ html
audi tliorou:ily reuovats-l an-.l reHiraisi-!
The traveiiiiij uliiio will liuj befct
NO C HTN A M E N E M P LO Y E 3.
Free-'Sas anA from tho
Ilavinj- hid 23 jeirs" experience as waichmalcer in
Oregon, I foel uonii-iont .f irivnivr utisfaot.iin iu all
woi'K euirustoii to ii:e. I alio liave a luif vtok. o I
VatUies, clocks and Jewelery wnijli will be soil
very reasonably. fw'Q'--,:
. 1 hs.ve tiie c'ountr patent riitf jr s., T;oi
crets Comsat i'ipj for coajyu; w.iter tj a:iy jdaje
uesiitfd. L." BiiLi'ILy.
L. F. Laxe.
Joh.h La us.
-tVrTrX"OIJ at LAW,
Officic. Ou Main Street, opposite Cei
'.'Manufacturer and Dealer in
Keens on hand a well selected stock of ef.s'. La-
diea" .ind children's Roots, hoes and &i;x;8; also
Musi'nil IriKtruioent', ijhet .Iasi, Noii.nij.
AJ'ttcirjirmg ucjtiv done. Her briv'k store.
T11Y.SICIAN a:, 1 SUJIGEON.
Oi riCE:-Cor. Muin a.l Washiimtoa Ss.
OFeek - Hills.
HAVING PUnCHASEU TIIK A30VE NAMB
mills of fc. Bii-iiciis ana Co., we ire How pre
pared to farniaU au aiiiouut oi ilie Lest qmxlitj
ever offered to lh )ublie iu Douglas coucty. We
w.il lumu.li at tliu im.l at tiie 'ltoin j ri.-.s: ,
No. 1 routfh lumber. .$12 per M
No. 1 fl-irin,j, ieh. 24 per H.
No. 1 Uoori.ijj, 4-tuon , S2u r M
No. 1 fiuisliiux lumber.. ... .' ,.$20 per H
No. I fiuisniii lunibtr drc.?cd vn xue..f zi per H
No. 1 ftaiolu.i- lumber dressed ou 4 iJcg..2(5 er M
CLARKE & BAKER.
Wishes to inform thj public that ha ka a number e
ewin miichiiies for (sale at hi store at reduce
The Eldridge, Springfield and Singer,
THE LATEST IMPSO'ED K1ACH.1 ES
Call and nee at Louis BalfiU' Wa;ubmaking Store a
Ifood bar'iiu to every one wis!u to buy fcewiaj
Who hsve Spring Water to introduce into their W
and housea, lor loiuily use or irrigation, should ase
THt C3HG3tTt CMTISJS'JS PIPE. .
llavirg the County Right I em soli to farmers
CHEAP, itri a machine to do the work. Will lay
the same by contract or by the foot, as may be de
Riied. Warranted to do good work or no pay.
Thousauds of feet ha-, e been laid in (-"alifornia and '
working satiafactoritly. Jt is superior to any pipe,
good for years, don't rust, and keeps the water clear
and pure Call aai se
WILL YOU SUFFER with jDyspepsia
and Liver Complaint? Shilob's Vitaluer is
guaranteed to cure yon.