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J. R. Nf BELL, - .- Editor.
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. (xEffEBAL DIBECTOSY-
Orovee Cleveland. ?re?uuJ'
Tnos. F. Bayard Secretary of fetatc
Daniel T. MASSixc.Secretary of Treasury.
L. Q. C. Lamati . .Secretary of the Interior.
Wh. C.Esmcott..,.;... Secretary o yr
W. C. Whits et. ..... .Secretary of Navy.
VV. T. ViiAi...... ..Post Master General.
A. H. Garlakd.. ....... Attorney General,
Morrisox R. Waite. .... .. :. Chief Jnstice.
STATE OF OCfcGON.
J. N Doira. . -. , I TT. S. Senators.
J. II. Mitchell J
Binder Hermass. ......... .Congressman.
Z.F. Moody::..... ... .......Governor.
E. P. Earhart.. . . . ..'..Secrotaryof State.
Edward Hirsch State Treasurer.
E.B. McELROY,,..Sui,t. Fob. Instruction,
W. . Byaes. .. . . ,
J. B. WAtDO, C.J.,) ,
W.M. P. LoP.U, : . . .
W. W. TlUTLS, )
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
It S. Bkak..;.. ...,:. i ."i.. Jurtxe,
J, W- Hamilton .... Prosecuting Attorney.
POUGLAS COUNTY. ' .
J. H. Suite, j "
Wm. Maxsixu, i
IlKSRy IlOGEKB, f
G. W, RruDL, ( '
C. B. Wilcox, )
Tnos. R. Sheridan
Ben. C. Ac ee......
. , ..Roprea ntatives.
D. S. West....
G. T. Russell. . . . .School bupenntcnUcnt.
Jas. A. Sterlinc; Assessor.
J. S. FrrainwH ... -County Judge.
J. Hall, C. A. McGek, . . . .Commissioners.
iSS. L. CRI T . . .outttjw. i
UK' O. O. .UAKSItli. ,.viui.w
rRicisc r officers:
T. L. Gannon. : .
I AS. IlARI'HAM 1 ' I
Peter Tt-NOER ........Constable. 9IARUS Jfe- CO
CITY OF ROSEBURG. 1
II. C. Stastox, t j
John Rast, 1
tP. Sheridan', ....; Trustees. !
. C. Wheeler, . I
P. Benedict. ;
T. Ford ..Recorder.
G. ). Lasgedbekg Marshal.
John Chase... Treasurer.
TJ. S. LAND OFFICE ROSEBURG,
CllAS. W. Johxston. Register.
A. C. JoXES Receiver
L F. (AXE, . - JOHN LANE
JANE & LANE,
Attorneys at Law.
Main street, opposite Cosmopolitan llotel.
J C. FULLERTON,
Attorney at Law.
OtBce in Marks' brick, up stairs.
. I'll VSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Oakland, 7 - Oregon-
R. C. HUNTER M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
. K. L. MILLER, M. D
Oniicc up stairs in the ' old Sheridan
Brick, on Jackson Street, Roseburg,
Chronic diseases a speciality.
F. G. (EHME, M. D.
& Gradnalc Of The
Of Leipzig Germany.
Office fe Residence at the house of
Geo. W. Day, near R. R. track, Rose
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS-
; BilLFY'S HOTEL
Board per Day; Single Meals, 25 cents,
ITIhit -houso lua lately changed hands and la
oronjhly renovated audreturnisbed. The gravel
ng public will find the best of accommodations
No Cliliiamou. Employed.
fRS. D. C. McCLALLEN,
Proprietor of the .
3IcCL ALLEN HOUSE.
Large Sample Rooms for Commercial
Coach to and from the bouse '
BasgpifC dolivere Irce ol charge.
IlioUaril XJUomas, Prop.
ASB THE .
Table supplied with the Best the Market affords
llotel at the Depot of the Railroad.
(Prlncipaal Business Street.)
MEALS 25 CENTS, LODGING 25 CENTS
We Keep the Best the Market Aflords,
S. HARKS & Co.
HAVE CONSTANTLY" ON HAND .
Wool and Produce
tion Bought !
AND THE VERY HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR THEM.
Keeps a full line of Dress Good a of eveiy varit-ty and Shade.
A full lino of Silks. j
A full line of Satins, Brocades and Velvets.
A full line of Fancy Dress Goods!
- A full lmo
A full Hue of
A fall line of Furnishing Goods.
A full line of Hat3 and
A full line of Staple and Fancy
A full lino of Crockery and Glassware.
And last, but not least, a full lino of Ostrich Pluru'es and Tips, with all
kinds of Ladies Hat Trimmings and Hat Shapes of latest pattern.
All Kinds Of Fancy Groceries,
Statio ner . : ; ; Photograph and
Perfumery, . Autograph albums
Crockery and Stand, Hand, and
Queens Ware, Hanging Lamps
TARLU CUTLERY AND SILVER
OTHER THING S TO NUMEROUS TC MENTION .
- Call And See Me At The
Post Office Stand.
BUTTER AND EGGS BOUGHT.
JL Successor to
DRUGS and PATENT 'MEDICINES
Cheaper tLan the Cheapest, i
They .would announce that they have just received and now have on
hand one of the largest stocks of
Ever Brought to Douglas, and, wlicu aJJe to their
Stoves of all Patterns and Ready-made Tinwar
They are prepared to declare they have tie best supply in their line ofny house in -e...i,.m
nR!i bior. tlipv-nronose sellinsr Cheaper than can be pnrchasea elsewhere
In the shape of BUILDING MATERIALS, in the way ol Locks, Butts, etc., we can
oflersnperior inducements to purchasers ;y
Ve can ffive you bargains in uu iuuuhwk . , -1
:k's bonanza, faemeb's ctility, dexteh, pacific, wide west,
An1 nt.hor Siovea and RansresJ
The best of workmen are constantly
ana buyers &nouiaiouuAv . fTVft
We have also Dargwus w oua
rJLS ft -
which we sell at th lowest rates ana warraui.
We can also supply
The best n the market at lowest rates.
. . . ricts, and we promise
Dr. THOMAS GKAUA3I,
Of the University of Pa. at rhllaaelphia and of the
ROYAL COLLEGE OF SUBGEONS, and ROYAL
COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, LONDON ENGLAND
has locaud for tlie practice vt hb Trofeseiii in
ROSEBURG - OREGON.
Office and resi.letice,'wMhiii3t'" street opposite
the Catholic Church
, - . : :
Boots and Shoes.
of every Descrip
Cups, Boots and
Groceries and Tobaccos.
UARE. and TEN THOUSAND
J. D. JOHNSON.
IN : '
BOOTS ami SHOES,
I; HATS and CAPS
OCCIDENT, IKON al.v,
employed in the manufacture of our TIN WAR
. . rvjWer. Sharo and other
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tta - d Nw Home SEWINU MACHINES,
Give us a call, inspect our stock; inquire a to
to suit you it any one cau.
260 PAGES. lUuoatr3, in Cloth ana CH BimiiDfiU!.
ir.ofwy or tittup. Hm?, paper rver, Tnw Book eon-
ftxina a i.i. th rtirinstt. dnuluful or Imuisitive want to know.
Full of vry interest In e and valuable iuforniattoa. HEALTH,
Wight hom to jon. WWwdrhil rHTl KKH,true
tn lift. Vounf at nltl. marripd ortrjnffte, tick orweU,houi
K.remMi vy UK. W mil tcnot sUQDi mm
CT XLiiS OVT ADD OXAD wna vxvt n
v Sam Young Prop. '
Opposite (jARLOX'S STABLE.
Douglas County Bank,
HUMPHREY & FLINT, t
Roabnrg . - - - - Oregon-
TRANSACT A GENERAL' ,
Sigkt Drafts Drawn on - -
Portland. San Francisco, New York and
other points. Bills of exshange on the
principal cities of Europe. Deposits re
ceived subject to chock. Collections made
on all accessablenointa at reasonable rates.
JOSEPH SHINDLER, .
-Of The - " "". '
CITr ;bakeii Y
Jl V W - - )
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON ILVND A
-full stock of Bread, Cakes, Pics, J'lain
and Fancy Crackers, etc. Also a fine selection
of French and American Candies and Choc-
ate Goods. '
OREGON PACIFIC R.R
Willamette Valley to San Francisco Via.'
Yaquina. - - "
; DAILY TRAINS,
TRAINS I.EAVK COUVALLIS '
Daily, except Sundays, at 2 V. M.
LEAVE VACCINA -
ball) , except Sundays, nt 7:10 A. M.
The Company to rijflit to 'cbause
ailius tUyg. Furvi arid Fruiylit at reduced and
River Brats mi t'12 Will.uivjttc eon cell n
J. 0. SHERIDAN
II. S & J. C SHERIDAN,
Stoves and Tinware, ;
undcrsjfjned takee pleasure in an
. nouudug to the public that be selling
ovcrythiDg in his Hue at prices that
-IF YOU WANT-' .
STOVES, AGSIOULTIIliiL TUOLS
TfiON, STEEL, If AILS, -
HOE3E3H0ES, TIETWlilE,- UUTLEfiY
Or anythino; in my line, call and examine my
stock and learn prices before purchasing else
where, as I am selling lower than erer.
J C. SHERIDAN
Watchmaker, Jeweler and OpUeiao.
ALL yOKK WARRANTED.
Dealer In Watches, Clock, Jewelry,
Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
A FULL LINE OK
CIUARS, TOBACCO A FANCY GOODS.
mUB ONLY RELIABLE OPTOMER IX TOWN
A for the properailjuiitiiient of Spectacles. Depot
Bhisscs. Offiea in Ibiuiltou's Brick Uluelc
I fields are nctnt, bot Hiom ho write to '
8 Udsob a Co. , Portland, Malat,win rtcefT
fre. full informfttion mhaml mh vkbh
I thcrran do. and Unit bome,thlt will par
' IhAm from Ift tn IK n d. Rmm h.
earnedoTtrtsfliaadaf. Either nx. yoongocold. Capital
not required. Too are ttarted froa. ThoM wbo rtart at oaea
are atxotatel iara of nag little fortaaca. All If sew.
ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE!
A., orders from the country QlloU on tliort -uutiuo
from . '
Every Class or Kind of Goods from
First-Class Stock.. ,
Absolutely Tno charges or commission
will be charged for filling onler!.
OFFICE: 107' first .street,
i At D. W. Prentice's ' I'urilamLOr
I ronoueni 01 grivin sauHiacuuu in nu
I mrusieu to uie lu watches, clocks, ana jrwair,
i aiso repair musical instruments.
" I have tle CounU natcnt rk'ht for aale of Concrete
Cement Pipe for coiivcyin water to any llacc ile-
I will also teach anv kinil of itistnimcnul music
Anyone desiring instruction will call on me at my
atvnuiakiiig- shop. . - Jj. liKLniiH.
DONE WITH DISPATCH. -
('ALL OX -:
JOHN VAX BUREX.
- - Ooi-valliis Oroffou. .
The next Session will begin on Sep
tember 8 th, with a full Faculty
as last year.
D L. ArnoW, PRE?.
-Fit: "T-r, AUGUST 20, 1886,
.-Uarming Increase in" Baking
" i . ' nt important discoveries by the food analysts
is 1 rrofl MoTT, U. S. GoTernment Chemist, of large
r cf lime and alum in the cheap baking powders It
is .itling fact that of over one hundreddhierent grands
'of . i wvJcr so for analyzed," ccmprln all those soa
Baking .Powder, was- found free from both lime and alnm.
The use of alum is to produce a cheap balung powder. It
costs less than two cents a pound, whereas pure cream of
! tartar costs forty. Its effect upon the system has been ascer
tained to be poisonous, and overdoses have been attended with
fatal results. Lime is the most useless adulterant yet found
in baking powders It is true that when subjected to heat a
certain amount of carbonic acid gasls given off, but a quick
lime is left, a caustic so powerf ul that it is used by tanners to
eat the hair from hides of animals, and in dissecting rooms to
more quickly rot the flesh from the bones of dead subjects.
, The effect of lime upon the delicate membranes of the
stomach, intestines and kidneys, more particularly of inlants
and children, and especially when taken into the system day
after day, and with almost every meal, is pernicious in the
extreme, and is said by physicians to be one of the chief
causes of indigestion, dyspepsia, and diseases of the kidneys.
Chemists have found 12 per cent., or one-eighth of the weight,
of some of the baking powders prominently sold in this vicini
: ty, to be lime. The wickedness of this adulteration is apparen t.
The absolute purity and wholesomeness of the Koyal
Baking Powder now affirmed by every chemist and food
analyst of prominence and conceded by all manufacturers of
other brands arises from the exclusive use of cream of tartar
specially refined by patent processes, which remove totally
the lime and all other impurities. These facilities are pos
sessed by no other manufacturer. The Chemist of the De
partment of Health of Brooklyn, N. Y., in which city the
works cf the Royal Baking' Powder Company are situated,
after recent numerous experiments, reports :
. '', "I subjected several samples of the Royal Baking Powder,
purchased from dealers in Brooklyn, to chemical analysis,
and I' take pleasure in stating that this powder has attained
a most remarkable purity. I am unable to detect the slightest
trace of lime tartrate in it, while all its constituents are pure
and of the highest quality. The 'Royal' is a baking powder
undoubtedly of the greatest leavening 'power, and perfectly
Central Hotel !
OPPOSITE CARLON'S LIVERY STABLE.
Board and Lodging per day ... . . . . .
. week ......
: .' 'Without Lodyinj;
Heals, 25 cents. Lodging, 25 cents
Tborouirh satisfaclion is promised lo travel
crs ami the public generally.
MRS JB. GARRISON. I ron.
John Kenkdy, Clerk.
t . u. t... rF.RKi.s, hiewara.
No Chinese employed. . .
Blacksmith .Shop and Wagon
Lot 40 feet bv 110 feet, Hituatcd on
Main,Strct, Eoseburg, also' tvo lots
One new dwelling liousc : and tlireo
acres of land. , House 2G by 30 feet
two stories Jiigli, situated in the sub
tubs of. tho City. Commanding i
beautiful view of tie Town.
For further particulars call at the
Blacksmith Shop o Eowen Brothers,
Roseburg Or. -
" " Carriage, "
and' all kinds ;
Call on Win. Davis at Floed's old
corner, Roseburg Or.
Tke BUYERS' GUIDE 1
laracd Uarch and Bepu,
Ut 11 UUMkWtUI orer
- GIVES Wholenle Prices
dtreel f wammen ma 11 goodi tor
personal or hmlly ue Tellilww to
order, and glTea exact cot of rrerr
thiar yew aw, eat, drtaafct wear, or
have fas wltH. Tlieae ISVAIXABhB
BOOBLS contain iBforcaattoa gleaned
from tho Buurkcta o tho world. We
vrlU mail a copy FBEB to oar
dresa upon receipt Of lOct. to defrar
erpenae of mailing. Iiet wm hear from
MONTGOMERY WARD A'CO.
2T to m WftftMk ATCfti CWcfi IU.
TT 7" i
Dr.. O. GROTHE,
Department cf IleaUIt, Brooklyn, N. Y.n
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
OREGON AND CAUFORNIA R. R.
Atid Connection s.
TIME, 2i DAYS.
'ortlaud to Bail Francisco to Sacra
' moiito 30. .
Close councutiong made at AntUaud with slaves of
llio California Oregon J Idaho Stage Company-
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
East Side Division. ;
BETWEEN PORTLAND & ASHLAND
Koscburg..,.fl.lS P. M.
Ashland. ....4. IS A. M.
Koseburg. . . .5.25 A. M.
Portland.. ...4.25 V. SI.
Portland 7.:A. SI
Roseburg...... .0.25 P. M.
Kostburj,'.. 5.0 A. M.
Albany Express Train
LEAVE. . I ARRIVE.
P irtland..., ...4.0T P. M. Lelwnoii...,.0.M P. M.
LcUauou.... ....4.45A. M. I Portland 10.05 P. M
PULJIAN PALACE SLEEPING OAES
" Daily between Portland and Ashland. '' ,
Tliu O. and C. li. R. Ferry niakce connection with li
. 1 - . i i' ' i T . r . . .... . ...
die rcuiur uiunvou ckwsiuBL'iv.irou tuoioi r cv
West Side Division-
BETWEEN PORTLAND & CORVALLIS
Vail Train. "
LEAVE. ' I ARRIVE.
Portland 7.S0 A. M. 1 Corvallin. 12.85 P. it,
C'omillin.... ..1.30 P. M. I Portbuid.... . 6.15 P. 11.
At Corvallis eomieetlwith traini of Oregon Tacifie
for Yaouina Bar. Excursion tickcte on sale from
Kmwlmcv to I aquina - ana return via Aioany, at
9 "5. Tickets good to return until Sept. 80, 1SS6.
Express Train. v
l.KAVE. I ARRIVE.
P..rtl:md ....... .M P. M. I McMinnvillo.. 8.00 P. M.
JlcJiiunville... .5.45 A.M. 1'ortlaod 9.00 A.M.
Local tickets for sale and baccaze checked at coin'
nanv'a un town office, cor. Htarkaud Second streets.
Tickets for principal points in California can. only be
procured and basrtracre checked at company s otnee.
Freiirht will not be received for shinntent after 5
corner r ami i rout bis., roraana. or.
ociock r. m. on eitnertne tastor nest mu uiv.
K. KOEULER, ', E. P. ROGERS,
JJanajer. , G. F. & Pa! agent
MRS. S. A. IIlTtUIXSOX,
? . - ) ",:.. ".
T ADIES WILL T.SD MY STOCK LARGE AND
U Complete. Prices moderate. .
Oi-f i" in!!. Mr. S. A. Hrrcuissos
II : Mx-rchaU Tailor.
t the Red Front, next door to A. C . Marks
j. store. '
Repairs and Alterations neatly done.
.1 ItlSFEXSElESS VOVSTUr
It is an amazing fact that the de
fenseless coirdition of our se;t coasts
and the certainty of attack upon our
principal cities in case - of wip. even
w ith any thirJ l-ate power do not move
coDgress to take proper action for na
tional protection. v -
It is doubtful whether any" one of
our ports has a single gun which would
be really serviceable in case "of attack
by the armored vessels of a foreign
power, New Voi k, Boston or San
Francisco, would be at tho merer ff a
single ironclad-.Modern guns have " a
range of about leu miles, and a vessel
carrying" such guns could ho oS the en
trance of San. Francisco harbor, if ' it
didn't caro to enter, and dro shells in-
streets. The same-no doult could be
done at other cities.
A board of engineers, after a long
investigation and labor, has prepared
a plan for putting the principal ports
of the country in coudition of defense.
To make a proper; beginning of this
necessary work appropriation aggrega
ting 21, 000, 000 were , requested.
Congress has responded by appropria
ting $020,000. ; . ;
: Three or four days ngo Senator
Dolph, one of the few men in congress
who have a just conception of tho ne
cessi ties of the case, made an effort to
get this appropriation raised to $2,000-
000, but even this small . amount was
disallowed. Mr! Tilden, at the opening
of the session of congress, in ' a strong
letter to Speaker .Carlisle, ? set forth
the necessity of making provision for
defense of our unprotected coasts, and
in a more recent letter to Senator
llawley lie has urged the same thing.
But congress is stolid and immovable.
Gen. Howard, who now commands the
military department of the Pacific,
with headquartois at San Francisco,
says it would not be possible to make
any defense of that city against an
enemy who could send a modern war
vessel to bombard it or levy tribute
upon it; and the same is true of all the
principal cities on the Atlantic coast.
Nowhere in the - world has 60 much
projterty ever before been so exposed.
Not only is there not a "fortification on
the entire Atlantic and Pacific coasts
that could oppose the approach of an
armed vessel, but the lake coasis also
m e al the mercy of any vessel that the
British government might send
through the Welland canaL And,' as
the Chicago tribune says, "we are now
having a quarrel with Canada and are
compelled to submit to her insolence
and indignities, to the seizure of onr
vessels and the mulcting of our fisher
men because we have not the power
to resist. We are literally helpless,
without JJarms, without a navy, and
without any coast defense worthy to
be called a fortification." ; "Again:
"The tory party is coming into power
in England, and will unquestionably
support the extreme position Canada
has taken and the outrageous bill
which has been rushed through . her
parliament. In that case we must
yield every point demanded, as we
iave not a gun nor a vessel with which
to resist." "; .
J.tiltnriii'j With 1'rohibitionist.
Tho Republican organs are vcrv an
giy with tho Prohibitionists for going
into business on , their own account
anu accuse tnem ot inconsis
tency. "ou know that the Demo
cratic party as a whole opposes temper
ance lejjislation," they sayv "and you
expect that party to vote against all
such legislation and against allowing
people to express their opinions on tho
subject. -Yet you help the Democracy
to power by taking yourselves but of
the Republican party.'!
The Prohibitionists have been inside
the Republican organization for many
years. Y liat liave tuey gamed by the
association? Where tho temperance
partv has been in the ascendancy it lias
found Republican politicians ready to
go to the utmost extremity of a fanati
cal warfuie against beer and' liquor,
"Where it has had a hard struggle be-
fore it to establish its principles, it has
found Republican politicians prepared
to win its support by promises and to
betrav it after having used its votes
as a stepping-stone to power.
- The Democratic party is opposed to
all sumptuary laws which inlefere with
the natural rights of the people." But
it believes in the people and is always
willing to allow them to express their
opinions on any subject. The Repub
lican party, when it wanted the Prohi
bitionvotein 1884, solemnly pledget!
itself in this State to submit tho ques
tion of constitutional prohibition to the
people, and altliough it had the power
to redeem this pledge through the Re
publican Legislatures of 1885 and 1886
it refused to do so. Which is the
creater enemy of Pt"oliibiiionl The
Democracy, which is its open and man
ly opponent, or Republicanism, w hie
1 IN DOUGLAS COUNTS
CARDS, BILL HEADS, LI GAL DLAf- KS
And other Printicg, Ijicludiiig-
Urge and Heavy Poster$.and Showy Hand-Bills
Ke)Iy and Exr-editiously executed
' AT PORTLAND PRICES.
MaaataMaaaaaaawawoaaoooao Bsawwa a
is its treacherous and forsworn ally!
The Ptxihibitionists know their busi
ness. - They urethe- chrmpiocs cf
principle, -ns the criginal Abolitionists
were. They may not suocced in carry
ing a Presidential electicn at present.
But they desire lo exteiid their influ-"
onco over men so as to win converts,
and tliey find their . reward in the ap
proval of their own conscience. Even
those who cannot agree with their doc
trines admire their hutranity and ac
knowledge their sincerit'.'. They can
net hope to ninke their Teat piinciplo
resjiected if they allow themselves to
be used as the political tials of a party .
which etieats and betray i them, as they
can if they show lb tnlves to bo ; an
tnuei'-ontlcnt orgamati )ti with a rc
spcttalle and r:-' 1 11 v im uun fallow-
ir2 .t;. vri if;; ;y
pcriinental work in thii liaa will lj
very great in Pennsylvania thLj year.
N. Y. -World.
Dcaix, OIL ; Aug. 1 f.
A "private letter received by one of
our citizens conveyed the sad news of
the death of Mr. Robert A. Pcarse at
Chilthorne, Yeovil Somersetshire Eng
land. Mr. Pearse will Ije remembered
by many citizens of Douglas county as
he lived for some years among us. Ho
was a man of sterling worth and integ
rity, honest, and upright in all things,
He left here for Englaud, the latter
part of November 1896 his intentions
beinj; to reach home in time for tho
Christmas dinner of which ho had not
partaken for ten long years, his desires
wm-e gratified having had a safe and
uneventful jouruey across the stormy
Atlantic, lie had hoped to-return to
America and to Oregon in May last
but the, grim destoyer laid his icy
hand upon him and called him away
from earth, e'er; his hopes were real .
ized. Just in the midst of all his
hichest ambitions, i us t in life's bright
est hour, just in the flush of earnest
noble manhood. . He had never been
stout, being troubled with asthma, and
believed that a trip to his old home
would prove beneficial, but alas, vain
hopes, how soon destroyed, having been
home but about one year and seven
months when he departed this life.
Mr. Pearse, w-as at one time largely
interested, and connected with manu
facture of cheese, and was a partner
of Mr. Hall of Oakland in that capacity. .
Wherever he was, in whatever business -he
might be ideatified as a true man,
as a friend unequalled, loyal to tho '
bottom of his heart, no deception no
betrayal of the confidence placed in'
him by his friends, light was his motto
and right royal did he in the fulfillment
thereof. Thi intelligence of his death
as a sad blow to his friends, in Drain
no wing his excellent qualities how
could it be aught else. He died of
disease of the lungs aged 31. years,
he leaves no family as he never married.
An aged father and mother survive
him, awaiting alike, the summons which
robbed their household of one of its
number. . May his soul rest in peace
beside that bright and beautiful river ,
that flows by the throne of God: That
smilo has faded from our sight and
silence now enamored of his voice,
ocks its mute musio in her rugged
cell' It has been said that a merciful
rovidence confers ' on man a most
gracious boon when he conceals from
him the time that he thall cease! to be,
spared the wan spectre of anxiety and .
anguish, the relentless warning of the
pale messenger, ho receives unhei-alded
the final stroke, To those who br
ieve may be comfort in the death of
our friend whose earlv summons we
all so much deplore. His call was so
sudden, so unexpected that even yet
it is difficult to believe that the seal of
death has really been placed upon him
that he has crossed the dark Styx and
that all there is of earth to him has
passed forever away. ; "
"Ne'er gathered the reapi r fruit more fairt :
Never the shadows of d. irk despair,
Fell on a deeper woe.
Cone from his tasks half complete,
Gone from eare&ses, kind and sweet.
into Leain arms oi snow. .
The Crater Lake Sitkvev. The
engineers have completed "the survey :
of Crater lake, but the . surrounding
country is yet, much of itj unsurveyed.
TheU. S. squad of troops returned on
Monday to Vancouver barracks, and
W. G. Steele went down yesterday.
The matter of making a public park
will corce before the next Congress.
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