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J. R. N. BELL, - - Proprietor.
r . . HAS TH5 . ;
FIN EST JOB OFFICE
Df DOUGLAS COUNTY.
CASES, BILL HEADS, LEGAL BLAKIS,
And ether Fdsttna tnolwitng
Iirgc am Esau Fcstsrs a:I Si: it Eni-Ems,
"j ,: NetaadaapedlUoasJycseatted
Six Months -Three
These are the tsnns of those paying to advance The
Rkvicw offers fine Inducement to advertisers. Terms
ROSEBUEG, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1885.
AT PORTLAND PRICES.
LANE & LANE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office on Main street, opposite Cosmopolitan
J. C. FULLERTON,
A HP" T n T? "NT TP V AT T A TTT
A-. A W M.H J-i M MJ A VV
! ' Office In Marks' brick, up staire.
A. F. CAMPBELL,
ATT OR N E Y AT LAW,
Office Next door to Hogan's Store.
W. N. MOORE,
General Insurance -Agent,
O fllce at Court House,
. ROSEBURG, : : : : : OREGON'.
lineal Instate Cerent,
Office with Lane & Lane, oppoaite the
Itesebuxg, Douglas County, Oregon.
ALL KINDS OF REAL ESTATE AND CITY
property Bought, Sold or Leased on Com
mission. Exchanges of Real Kotate effected.
Watckaler. Jeweler anl Optician,
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Dealer In Watches, Cloeks, Jbewelrj-,
Spectacle and Eyeglasses.
AND A FULL LIKE Of
Cigais, Tobacco & Fancy Goods.
Tht ouly reliable Optomer m tows for the proper adjust
ment of Spectacles ; always on hand.
Depot ef the Genuine Brazilian Pebble Speo
tacles and Eyeglasses.
Office In Hamilton Brick Block,
Boot and Shoe Store
On Jackson Street, Opposite th Post Office,
Keeps on hand the largest and best assortment of
Eastern and Sinn Francisco Roots and
Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers,
auu OTUkuuig All wo XXJUb ttUU Oil CXI 1UJO, via
SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH.
Boots and Shoes Made to Order, and
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
I use the Best of Leather and "Warran all
my work. -
Repairing Neatly Done, on Short Notice.
I keep always on hand
TOYS AND NOTIONS.
Musical Instruments and Violin Strings
. THE SPECIALIST,
No. 11 Kearny Ht.,San Francisco, Cal.
Treats all Chronic, Special and Private
diseases with wonderful success, i
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
l3 A NEVER FAILI.VG
cure lor Nervous De-
jility, Seminal Weak
ness, Exhausted Vital
LOST HA.HH llOOO,
Prostatorrhoea, and all
the terrible effects of
telf-abuse.youthf ul fol
iesaad excess in ma
urer years, such as
I-iosa of Memory. Las;.
tude, Nociupnal jumsssions, aversion to society,
T)mniica f Viann 7fiaAa in fIA a v
cesses In drinking intoxicating 1 i .
uors, the vital fluid passing unobserved in
the urine, and many other diseases that lead to
insanity and dealh.
lr. Jlintie, who is A Regular Phymi
slan. Graduate of the University of
Pennsylvania, will agree to forfeit Five
Hundred Hollars for a case of this kind
the Vital Restorative (under his special
advice and treatment) will not cure, or for any
thing impure or injurious found in it. lr.
Mlutle treats all private diseases successfully
without mercury. Consultation Free.
Thorough examination and advice, including
analysis of urine. $5.00. Price of Vital Re
storative. $1.50 a bottle, or four times the
quantity, $5.00; sent to any address upon re
ceipt of price, or C. O. D.. secured from observa
tion, and in private name if desired bv lr.
Hflntle, 11 Kearny Street, Nan Fran
cisco. Cal. Send f'jr lists of questions and
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE,
Will be sent to any one apply ing by letter.stating
symptoms, sex and age. Strict secrecy in ro
gards to all business transactions.
Iir. Mlntie's Kidney Remedy, XE
PIIItETICUM, Cures all kinds of Kidney
and Bladder Complaints, Gonorrhoea, Gleet,
Leuchorrhoea, etc. For sale by .all druggsitB; $1
a bottle or six bottles for $5. -DR.5IIXTIE
H DAXIELIO PILLS
are the best and cheapest 1YSPEPSIA and
HILIOITS cure in the market. For sale by
all druggists. - .
MEN WHO ARE 8CFFER-
ing from Disease and
Weakness b -ought on by
early imprudence or ex
cesses, causing nervous debility, premature
decay, lost manhood, etc.. having tried in vain
every known remedy, should procure immedi
ately Dlt. LIEBIGS IN VIGOR ATOR NO?2
THE DOCTOR will agree to forfeit $1000 'for
a case undertaken., not cured. The reason why
bo many cannot get cured of weakness and
above diseases is owing to a complication railed
PR03TATORRHEA with Hyperesthesia;
which requires special treatment.
DR. LIEBIGS INVIGORATOR NO. 2. under
our advice and special treatment, is the only
positive cure for PROSTATORRHEA.
DIwLIKBlG &CO. for the oast ninfctnen
have made an exclusive specialty of the treat
ment oi aiseases oi men.
If nim nles apnear on the face, if rou hefnm
listless and despondent, look out for the compli
cation with Scmiaal Weakness and loss of Vi
tality known as Prostatorrhea. Hundreds of
lives nave been lost, and thousands have lost
their property and pleasure in life from its ef
fects, v ancoceie, or wormy veins ot me scro
tum, often the unsuspected cause of Lost Alan
hood, Debilty, etc. DR. LIEBIG S Invigorator.
iio. 2, is thetonly known remedy for the above
complication, and a perfect and permanent
cure will be guaranteed la all cases undertaken
node our special advice and treatment. .
Most Dowerful electric belts free to patients.
To prove the wonderful power of the INVIG-
, Call or address.
Dr. Lleblg & Co's Private Dispensary,
400 Geary St., San Francisco. Cal.
L. F. LANE.
CZABKS & CO.,
- HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
ciotiii, 1 1
Boots and Shoes.
Wool and Produce of Every Description Bought
AXI) THE VERY II I II EST CASH PRICES PAID FOR THEM.
S. MARKS CO., -
HITCH "LTJP I
J3u.t befoi'e yon do tliat come 'i;otiiicl to
W. G. WOODWARD'S
Buy a New Set of Harness
OH A SADDLE.
On of tho Biggest and Best Stock of Goods ever Brought to Town. I use nothJnK
f ' r , . but the best leather, and have got
EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE. DONT FAIL TO CALL ON ME!
W. Gr. Woodward, H-osebnrg" Or.
SHERIDAN BROTHERS, ROSEBURG, OREGON.
They would announce that they have just received and now hare on
4iand one of the largest stocks of
Ever brought to Douglas,
Stoves of all Patterns and Ready-made Tinware,
They are prepared to declare they have the
ern Oregon, wh ich they propose selling Cheaper than any one can purchase elsewhere.
In the shape of BUILDING MATERIALS, in the way of Locks, Butts, etc., we can offer
superior inducements to purchasers. Try us.
We can (rive you bargains in the following
The best of workmen are constantly employed
buyers should learn our prices-
We have also bargains to offer in GUNS,
well as in Shotguns and Pistols. , . ,
We are also Aeents for the White. Peerless
we sell at lowest rates and warrant as complete
-Averill and Rubber I?aint35
The best in the market, at lowest rates. Give
pi ivcs, (uiu c uluic uj
Home Hade Furniture,
DPHOLSTERY, SPM MATTRESSES, ETC,
. Constantly on band.
have the Be
STOCK OF FURNITURE
South ef Portland.
And all of my own manufacture.
9io Two Prices to Customers.
Residents of Dowlas County are requested to Eire me a
call before purchasing elsewhere.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
The BeTrEEff" GUIDE is Issued Sept.
and March, each year : 224 pages, 8 x 1 1 J
inches, with over i,300 illustrations
a w hole picture gallery. Gives wholesale
prices direct to consumers on all goods for
personal or r'. family use.
Tells how to -toNiJ ' order, and
gives exact f f coat f ev"
erythingyou t i 1 I nse, drink,'
eat, wear, or . JSW- have fun
with. These invaluable
; 1 looks contain Information gleaned from
the markets of the world. We will mail .
a copy Free to any address upon receipt
of the postage 8 cents. Let us hear
from you. Respectfully,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
t 4t t WsbMk Avena-v Ckleaca, 1U.
W. I. Friedlander.
- Roseburo;, Oregon.
and, when added to their
best supply in their line of any house in South
brands of STOVES not equaled elsewhere :
Stoves and Ranges.
in the manufacture of our TINWARE, and
such as Winchester. Sham and other Rifles, as
and New Home SEWING MACHINES, which
in every respect. We can also supply
us a call, inspect our stock, iaquire as to our
sun juu u au une can.
CHINESE WASH HOUSE
SAM YOUNG, - - Proprietor.
mlUS POPtTT.AR T. A ITVOPVlf 1 XT uc
X again opened business at his old stand in
Roseburg. on Main street; two doors south of
Bo wen's blacksmith shop. He is prepared to
. And furnish
Or Chinese Labor of any description on,short
L. OELFILS, '
HAVING HAD 28 YEARS' iEXPERIENCK
as watchmaker in Oregon. I feel confident
of giving satisfaction in all work entrusted t
me. i also have a large stock of Watches
Clocks and Jewelry which will be sold very rea
I have the Countv-oatent rizht for the sale ef
Concrete Cement Pipe for conveying water to
any place desired- L. BKLib XLS.
. GRANGE .
W. F. OWENS, ; : : : Manager.
Wool and Grain
Also, AGENTS FOR
Of All Kinds.
7E TRANSACT A GENERAL BUSINESS
m In our line and pa the Highest Market
Prices for Wool &ud Graia. A full line of
Agricultural Implements kept constantly on
hand, or furnished on short notice, at Lowest
Prices. Office and Warehouse OPPOSITE
THE DEPOT. Give us a call.
W. P. OWE.
H . C. 3 T A H TO PJ ,
Itaple Bry G-oods,
Keeps constantly on band a general assortment f
Extra Fine Groceries,
WOOD, WILLOW AND GLASSWARE,
CROCKERY AND CORDAGE,
A full stock of
Such as required by ths Public County Schools.
All kinds or Stationery. Tsyi aid
T SUIT BOTH rOUNO AND X.9.
Buys and Sells Legal Tenders, furnishes
Cheeks on Portland, and procures -Drafts
on San Francisco.
CLARK & BAKER, Props.
Having purchased the above named mills of
E.Stephens & Co., we are now prepared to fur
nish any amount of the best quality of
ever offered to the public in Douglas county.
We will furnish at the mill at the following
No. 1 rough lumber $12M
No. 1 flooring, 6 inch ; 824 M
No. 1 flooring, 4 inch... .. .S26 V M
No. 1 finsihinsr lumber. S20 M
No. 1 finishing lumber dressed on 2 sides $21 M
No. 1 finishing lumber dressed on 4 sides $26 M
CLARK & BAKER. 4
S. HAMILTON, Agent, Roseburg, Or.
Geo. W. Jones:" r-
Dear Sir I hare delayed answering your letter in
order to send you the enclosed certificate. Mr. Bart
Reeve declines to give a testimonial at present for the
reason that he has been under tho treatment of a num
ber of Physicians and thinks that they might not like it
if be were to make the affirmation of the effect tout
Mineral Water had upon him. I will describe the case
to you as near as I can : He had been sick about two
years and an unnatural belt had formed around him
just below theribs. He drank your Mineral Water
three or four dajw and the belt went off in such a way
as to cause his legs and feet to swell, but that noon dis
appeared, and he is now in comfortable health. The
doctors had all given up that he could not get well.
There are a number of persons here who have spoken to
me for some of the water to use iu "various cases, and I
woulu like to use a little myself. I think it is the best
nervous remedy I ever knew. Please send me five
gallons of the water. Respectfully,
E. A HANSEE.
ALL KINDS OF THE BEST DUALITY.
Promptly attended to and goods shipped
1IACIIENY A BEXO,
RICHARD THOMAS, Proprietor.
This Hotel has been established for a num
ber ef years, and has become very pop
ular with the traveling public.
FIEST-CLASS SLEEPING. ACCOMMODATIONS
Table implied with the Best the Market affords
Hotel at the Depot of the Railroad.
Proprietor of the " .
Ml CADDY FACTORY.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL
stock of Bread. Cakes. Pies. Plain and
Fancy Crackers, etc. Also a fine selection of
rench and American uandies and Chocolate
Roseburg Soda Works.
JOIIX XEV1LLE, Prop'r.
MANUFACTURES A SUPERIOR QUAL
ity of Soda Water, Sarsanarilla -and
Ginger Ale. OrderB from abroad filled with
promptness and at reasonable rates.
llllfl mors money than stjanrthlng elsa by takln an
I J j aeency for ths best Billing book out. Begin-
' s nrs sced grandly. None fall. Tanns f re.
jiALLXZtr Book Co., Portland, Mains.
A story is told of a Naugatuck man
who purchased a load of wood of ono cf
his neighbor. The wood was of su h
poor quality and so crooked that he
complained bitterly about it Finally,
after eshaust'ng his' vocabulary, he
said: 'If I ever see a meaner load of
.wood than this I'll apologize to you for
what I have said." ; The man who
bought the wood moved to Westport,
and after several years had passed
came home one night and looked ov;r
a load of woo.i that had been left in his
yard during the day- He walkei
around it a few times," and finally went
into the house and said to his wife: "I
have got to go to Naugatuck right
away. "Wh.t have you got to go to
Naujratuck now for?" inquired his wife.
Why I told Mr. So-and-So that if 1
ever found a meaner load of wood than
the one that sold mo I would apolo
gize ,Jo him for what I sard about it; I
EaveTound it and am going." And he
at once took the train for Naugn tuck
and apologised to the man according
to his promise. Bridgeport " Conn.)
"Why a man laughs at a joke in
stead of weeping, and why one weepa
at a stroke of pathos instead of laugh
ing, are questions," says a recent Ger
man writer in discussing the positive
results of science in the department of
psychology, "which are just as blind as
ever they were in Parmenides or Plato;
but the man who should reverse the
process would be voted mad by his
gar Pi Mil
Twelve Miles from Roseburg. on
the Coos Bay Wagon Road.
IV0B W r MILL!
Any amount ef LumberSngar Pine,
Cedar, Yellow Fir, Flooring. Rus
tic, Mouldings, Etc.
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
We have appointed A. J. BELLOWS
andHENRY GATES agents for Roseburg,
who will have Lumber always on hand.
Will deliver to any part of the city from
the Mill at reasonable rates.
PRICES AT MILL:
Rough Lumber. 9 09 M
Flooring. 18 M) M
Rustic 18 00 M
Fancy . Goods,
ROSEBURG, : : : : : : OREGON
Ladies will find my Stock Large and Com
plete. Prices Moderate.
MRS. H. E. HOOVER.
THE CENTRAL HOTEL
HAVING AGAIN ASSUMED THE MAN
agement of this well known House, of
which we are the owners, we take this method
of informing the public that it will be
First-Class in Every Particular!
Meals and Lodging per day.
Free Coach to all Evening Trains. . '
T. E. Garrison,
O. H. FLOOK
HAS JUST OPENED A NEW AND NICE
stockof Family Groceries in the Belflls
Building, where he will be elad to see all want
ing Goods in his line. Country produce taken
in exchange. Orders from the country will
receive careful attention. ,
BUNNELL & BOWEN BBOS.,
Machine Shop, "Wagon Shop,
CAN MAKE CASTINGS FROM 1 OUNCE
to 3 tons weiffht. Small Cunola for small
Castings. Money refunded if work is not the
best. Portland prices! Save telegrams and
D. C. McClallen
PROPRIETOR OP THS
Large Sample Booms for Commercial Travelers
Free Coach to and from the house.
Baggage delivered free of charge.
J. H. O'KIALLEY,
Tombstones, Tablets, Etc.
Shop Kearof Hoa-an's Store.
F1e reliant Tailor,
First right-hand room, up stairs, orer Marks
Bepairt and Alterations Neatly Bone.
Printers Strike at Last Every
Prospect that they will
For some time past it has been gen
erally conceded that the firms who, in
order to secure and hold their trade
are obliged to resort to the system of
sending drummers on the road, are
not the firms for a business man to
deal with, unless he is satisfied with
seventy-five cents for a dollar. A
business man (and printers and pub
lishers are generally good business
mea) can readily understand that a
traveler's expenses have to be paid,
and out of the profits of his sales. A
drummer's expenses average about ten
dollars per day, when upon long trips
of three and four months. That means
simply ten per cent, added to price of your
goods. The drummer figures- in this
way : He calls upon a publisher, who,
we will say, wants a power press, and
has made up his mind to buy the best,
thinking (and rightly, too,) that the
best is, in the long run, the cheapest.
He has decided upon a Campbell, or
perhaps a Cottrell press (and couldn't
have made a better choice), and figured
carefully upon the freight, etc. for
getting, of course, the drummer's ten
per cent. ; but the drummer doesn't
forget it. He talks all round, nibbles
first on one press and then upon
another, until he at last finds a
machine that may be $100 or $200
less in price than the publisher's
choice, and finding that the publisher
is not familiar with the price, make o"r
working qualities of the press, he then
exerts his entire chin-power upon
eulogizing this power press. Perhaps
it is a "Prouty" it will grind out
anything, from quartz to sausages, in
three colors. The publisher orders a
press gets a quartz crusher; drum
mer makes ten days' expenses hur
ries along to - reach some pleasant
loafing town thinks he's smart has
not time to see this publisher next
trip. In short, the drummer for second-class
houses, (for such are they
that will foist inferior type and ma
chinery upon printers and publishers,
under the plea that they are " cheap,"
knowing that they must get ten per cent,
more than any o(her house, in order to
pay the drummer) aims to make his
expenses by plausibly representing
goods for what they are not, at a re
Now, there is a difference between
this second-class firm's drummer and
the first class. You take the. largest
house, for instance, in the business.
They figure that they have four-fifths
of all the trade ; they make more sales,
though on smaller margins ; they are
reliable; they don't lose customers;
their aggregate profits are larger ;
they say, "We can afford to devote the
profits of a portion of our business to
securing new business, or to estab
lishing a branch where it will be an
accommodation and & help tp ur
customers;" or, if the trade is limited
and will not support a branch house,
they can send out their traveler. The
firm handles only the best type, presses
and machinery in the world. Their
traveler is required to sell only the
best and always at one price. There
is no chance for publishers being im
posed upon if they are determined to
buy the best. Then buy from the best
firm in your line of business, and you
will buy from Palmer & Key. ;
If you are located in Oregon or
Washington Territory, buy from the
Portland house, where you can pur
chase lower than the drummer can sell
you by ten per cent.
A CONSUL'S DILEMMA.
Hie Unfortunate Position In Willed a Brlt-r-
!ttli Officer Wtw Placed During the War
a d ills Happy Deliverance
Colonel Edward CantwelJ, who is at
present one of the professors at the
Georjria Military Academy, in Savan
nah, was military Governor of Norfolk
under the C. S. A., in" 1862, and or
dered the British Consul to report for
duty on the home guard. But the lat
ter was more willing to serve his coun
try in the paths of peace and pleasant
ness, and objected on ths ground of be
.ng Consul at Norfolk. r
"Consul to what Government, sir?"
To the United States Government."
"But. sir. vou are not in the United
States; you "are n t :e Confederate
States, and vou must show me papers
ic;redi tins you to the Confederate
States of America."
"But my Government don t recognize
you as a Government."
4,Verv well. then, my Government
don't recognize you as a Consul. You
must shoulder your musitet ana jo n
your company, was the laconic an
swer o.f Colonel Cantwell.
However, the unwarlike Consul
threatened to have a gunboat come
and bombard Norfolk before he would
O ' sa-d the Colonel, "that is iust
what I would like to see, for then the
tln'.tml Kf.atoa will oy to work to nrht
you, as it claims that Norfolk is still
yart of the Union, and then, between
you and theUnited btates fighting, we
shall go free.
However, the ena oi it was me von
ml flrmpftlpd to Mr. Beniamin. Confed
erate Secretary of War, who ordered
his exemption from military duty, ana
sr thp thrpp-cornered war that Colonel
f!nnt.wp.ll wanted to see did not arise.
and consequently the u. . A. aia mot
. A - l T , .. . .
o0 iree. oavunnuii views.
-Mem parent "Here, my son.
what is th s? lou wer? not av schoo,
nil last wet-k." Astoa'shed boy "How
do vou know?" Indignant father
Your teacher told me so." Wary
b jv "iid he see mer rathful pa
pa "No. not once'." Triumphant
bo" "The:i how c'oss he know I
wa n't there? h tchanac ;
A Noted Journalist &xt& Ant&or.
t ST V t
' -win,- i- iSvr
COL. DOSK PIATT.
lAdecendant of one of the early French
settlers, his grandfather a distinguished of
ficer of the Revolution, and bis father a
merchant and banker of Cincinnati, Donn
Piatt retains many of the characteristics of
the Frenchman, - A native of Ohio, be
studied law, was admitted to the bar, and
shortly after placed on the beach from which
he was appointed to the diplomatic service at
Paris by President Pierce. Ac the outbreak
of our civil war he entered as a private, and '
soon after accepted a position on the staff of
Gen. Robert C. Schenck, serving with honor
through Ihe war. In 1865 CoL Ptatt was
elected from Logan county to the Ohio legis
lature, here he made himself obnoxious to
the politicians by his advocation of reform
measures. Sickening of politics, with an
experience that has since proved invaluable
to him, he turned his attention to journal -ism.
For three years Washington correspond
ent of The Cincinnati Commercial he sup
plied that paper with a letter a day during the
sessions of congress. These letters were a
tremendous success, the reason for which
Col. Piatt says was that "the American
public longed for personalities and I catered
to that taste. In Washington I found the
house a cave of the winds, and the senate a
preposterous fog-bank. My holding a solemn
old pump of a senator up to ridicule was as
startling as it was delicious to the public.1'
At the end of his three years worTi as cor
respondent he joined with George Alfred
Townsend in starting The Washington Cap
itol. Townsend shortly afterwards retmd
from the paper, as did Mr. Piatt i- time.
, iTloreitce Pools a Hotel Cleric.
- L New York Sun.
Florence, the actor, got a little fun out of
the anti-Jewish crusade at a summer hotel.
His jovial face has Iruh lines in it, but no
lineament could be construed as J ewish, Ht
had read about the situation, and it cam
ini o his mind as he walked up to the registry.
Ee wrote in the book "S. Isaacs, New York."
The clerk looked at the signature "in sudden
alarm, and then gazed, earnestly into the
coimodian's visage. "Is that your name,
xiip. to stammered, quite thrown eflt his
aial steaiy balance.. "Dot ish my name,
yes," was the reply, in excellent dialect
"i socks Solomon I-socks." 'Than I am
Rorry to say that we can't give you a rooM.'
uiis point the bystanders laughed, an:.
i .ib actor's joke was. duly noted fer publica
The river of Jay-liTfe-See.
EDWIN D. B1THER.
This now famous jockey was brought up
on the stock farm of Mr. Case, the owner of
Jay-T5ye-See, at Racine, Wisconsin Though
but thirty years of age he has already shown
remarkable judgment as a trainer, ana cool
ness and patience as a driver.
' Not Too Proud.
From Texas Sif tings. 1
A gentleman who owns a fine tract of
cedar land not far from Austin, Tex., a few
days ago was told that some negroes were
cutting down the timber, so he roae oat to
see about it. To bis astonishment he found
a wealthy white neighbor, with a team and
wa?on, hauling on! the timber.
"Why, I am astonished, colonel," said the
owner of the land. "I heard that a lot of
negroes were stealing nry timber and here I
find you, a white man, cutting my timber.
You ought to be ashamed of yourself."
"Well,to tell the truth," responded the
other party. "I do hate to steal the timber
like a darkey, but these cedar trees nake
such bully fence rails that 1 concluded to
drop all pride of race."
The Editor orTbe Irlslt World.,
PATRICK rORD. '
Patrick Ford began newspaper work ai
printers boy on Garrison's Liberator ia Bos
ton. He afterward published a paper in
Charleston, S.C. With his present paper he
wields a large influence among our ciSzena
of Irish birth. He has raised funds as great
as $250,000 for various patriotic purposes.
Mr. Ford is ot an extremely retiring deposi
tion. He lives in Brook '.yn, "N. Y and is not
seen at the office of his paper in Kew York
more than once a year.
Tht Way to tho Journalistic Heart.
. " Oil City (Pa.) P.Iizzard.
The editorial heart was gladdened through
the editorial stomach to-day by a gift of
some excellent apples and luscious peachss
from the store of John LlcCun9. .